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BOCA RATON NEWS

Vol. 15, No. 60

Sunday, March 1, 1970

48 Pages 10 Cents

Legal hazard cleared

City golf course out of the rough By PETE PEPINSKY Don't be surprised if you hear the people in.City Hall shouting "Fore!" as they go about their duties next week. . .because the last hazard in the path of the municipal golf course has been cleared. All that remains is City Council approval of the land purchase. "The anticipated jeopardy of a ' reverter clause' is conspicuous by its absence," City Attorney John Ruff wrote Friday in a memorandum to the City Council He referred to the quit claim deed to a 36-acre portion of the Harrison Tract, the proposed site for the city owned and operated golf course. The deed will be presented to the city by the State Internal Improvement Fund, which held easements in the area. Ruff, Mayor Emil Danciu and City Engineer Jean Vansant traveled to Tallahassee two weeks ago to ask the Internal Improvement Board for a clearance of the title to 36- acre's sector in the tract. The owner of the land, Gelon F. Harrison, has given the city an option to purchase the property at the price of $2,500 per acre. The option extended several times, must be acted upon by Friday. The Harrison tract comprises 195 acres of land west advice she's getting is timely since this week is Save AC-DC a furry mascot for the local Optometric Assn., of the Florida Turnpike and north of Your Vision Week. For a story on how people and felines is all ears and eyes as she reads up on how to save her Glades Road. can safely watch the eclipse next weekend, see Page 8A eyes while watching the eclipse March 7. The purr-feet The "reverter clause" mentioned by Ruff referred to an anticipated stipulation in the deed that the city could not use the 36-acre portion for any other than municipal purpose nor could the city ever sell the property, 1970 197O MARCH without the interests going back to the S M T W T -F s state. 6 '7 ll !2 3 4 5 In i- p memorandum, the City At8 9 10 11 12 13 14 torney continued, "the usual rever15 16 17 18 19 20 21 sions for oil, minerals and right-of-way 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 BD 30 31 easements are always included in these deeds, but they present no problem. In due course, and after plans for improvement of the affected 36 acres are formalized, request will The County Solicitor's office doubts for a report from the operator of the be made for waiver of same; no that any criminal prosecutions will Somahul to begin his investigation. By Polo won't be the only sporting problem is anticipated in this come out of the case involving the the motorboat laws, the report to state activity going on at the Royal request." boating death . of Mrs. Barbara authorities is due Sunday. Palm Polo Grounds Sunday Ruff told the Councilmen that the Sheaffer Feb.19. afternoon when the Milwaukee written confirmation of what the city The investigation conducted by John Paul Jones, the assistant team travels to Boca Raton to will receive cleared the title to the county solicitor, after taking sworn Police Chief Hugh Brown placed Day, take on the local fellows. Gary property for marketability. He added Stevenson, Mrs. Sheaffer and Miss testimony Friday from the three Dolphus, who teaches the judo that "several prominent people have Bedard aboard the Somahul, which persons who were aboard the 41class at the Community Center contended that the city should accept Stevensan had borrowed, from 11 p.m. footcruiser Somahulthe Feb. 18 and 19, will bring 10 of his students out to stated that he was having trouble Feb. 18 through approximately 5 a.m. title to these 36 acres without this II put on a judo exhibition at 2:30 Board deed, but the legal department determining who was at the helm of Feb. 19 Stevenson and Miss Bedard p.m. in the afternoon, half an has not agreed with this contention the vessel when Mrs. Sheaffer, 37- were still aboard when the police hour before the polo match is because of basic legal conclusions as td boarded the vessel at 6:30 that year-old divorced mother of three, was scheduled to begin. the definition of 'marketability' of morning. struck by the propeller of the boat. title, which is not the same as 'inMrs. Sheaffer's lacerated body was The persons answering to subpoenas surability.' " found in another boat late in the at the County Courthouse in West Palm He stood behind his actions in opafternoon of the 19th. Day was found Beach yesterday were: Weather: Partly cloudy and mild position to the acceptance of a title not an hour earlier sitting in the Lake Boca Robert F. Day, 43, of the San-Mar through Sunday, with a slight considered marketable. Ruff felt that Raton section of thelntracoastal Apt., North Ocean Boulevard. William chance of showers. Low the delay caused by the clearance of Waterway 1,500 feet from the boat R. Stevenson, 35, of the Boca Mar Saturday night 62, high the title will be "well justified" in the Apts., North Federal highway; and where the victim was found. Sunday 78. Miss Ann Marie Bedard 37 of Boating: Seas three to five feet. Deerfield Beach. Inland waters will have a Jones reported no discrepancies moderate chop. among the three testimonies. One Fishing: Some kingfish and point that the three agree on is that dolphin are still running out in "nobody know who was behind the the Atlantic, and bass fishing wheel of the yacht when Mrs. Sheaffer continues^ to be good at was killed," according to Jones. Loxahatchee. Florida motorboat law requires that Television: The Doral Open Golf in a case involving the Tournament is televised on "disappearance of any person from CHICAGO (UPI) —A federal The five who were found guiltyChannel 4 Sunday, and for on board under circumstnces which appeals court today ruled that all David T. Dellinger, 52; Rennard those who missed it the first indicate the possibility of death or members of the "Chicago conspiracy" Davis, 29; Thomas E. Hayden, 29; lime, "The Man Hunters," a injury," the operator must report to group may be freed from jail on bail. Abbott Hoffman, 32, and Jerry C. special on the evolution of the State Board of Conservation or Five of the seven men brought to Rubin, 31— were jailed on the modern man, is being other authority. The state issues a trial for conspiring to incite riots contempt charge before the jury rebroadcast over channel 5 at copy of the report "auomatically " to during the 1968 Democratic National verdict was rendered. So were the 4 p.m. Sunday. the Coast Guard in these cases, a Convention were convicted last week other two defendants—John R. Movies: "The Kremlin Letter," spokesman at the Coast Guard's and sentenced to five years in prison. Froines, 30, and Lee Weiner, 30. with an all-star cast, conMarine Inspection Office in Miami The lawyers, William M. Kunstler Those five and the other two plus tinues at the Boca Raton stated, and an investigation is made their lawyers earlier had been handed and Leonard Weinglass, were told they Theatre. Shows at 2, 4, 6, 8, when a boating accident results in a stiff sentences for contempt of court. did not have to begin serving contempt and 10 p.m. Rated GP. death. Appeals were made of both the jury sentences for a few weeks. Lt. L.A. Johnson of the Marine verdict and of the judge's contempt The U.S. Appeals Court ruling Inspection office said he is now waiting citations. means that each of the seven would be

future. The City Attorney reminded that a quiet title suit must be filed to assure the marketability of Tract 16 of the propery, as well as applications for releases of reservations concerning

oil, mineral, road and canal right- of ways, ditches and other easements from the Lake Worth Drainage District and the I& I Board. He considered these tasks, to be performed

YOUR DAY Prosecutor sees no charges in boat fatality Sports

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Lt. Gov. Ray C. Osborne inspects petroleum asphalt which washed ashore in St. Marks Game Preserve.

Spill Kirk spreads trouble on oily waters JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPI) —The Coast Guard sounded an all clear today for northeast Florida's beaches, threatened by an oil spill in the St. Johns River. Only small patches of oil could be

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Building value up The city Building Department closed out the month's business Friday with fewer permits than January but triple the valuation of last month's permits. The department estimated February's 129 permits represent $3,682,300 in building values. In January, 141 permits valued at $1,105,650 were issued. This brings the

total figures for 1970 to date to 270 permits and $4,787,950. February's figures breakdown like this: Single family dwellings, 37 for $800,700; multiple family dwellings, one (108 units) for $2,500,000; businesses, four for $243,000 and miscellaneous permits, 87 for $138,600. The $2.5 ipfflion multiple family

permit was issued to a condominium, Boca Real, at 1000 Spanish River Road. The average value per single family residence stayed slightly under $22,000 the same as last month. The Building Dept. price estimates do not include the price of the land.

eligible for bail immediately. If the ruling stands up the lawyers may not have to go to jail at all. The Appeals Court said Dellinger, Davis, Hayden, Hoffman and Rubin could go free on $25,000 bail each. Bail for Weiner and Froines was set at $15,000, as it was for the lawyers. Ten per cent of the bail amount is necessary for the prisoners to go free. Presumably their supporters have the money available. It was not immediately determined when the prisoners would be let out of jail. The Appeals Court rejected a government contention that releasing the prisoners would "pose a threat to the community." The government had called the appeals "frivolous."To this the Appeals Court said, "we disagree." The appeals panel said there appeared to be "no risk of flight" on the part of the defendants. The Appeals Court quoted a 1950 Supreme Court opinion in support of the decision to order bail for the men. ' "We are not persuaded," the Appeals Court said, "that existing laws are inadequate to deal with any danger which the appealants might pose to the community." (See related story on Page 2A of today's News).

seen on the river by morning and officials reported a skimmer barge and three tank trucks with vacuum attachments were making significant progress in clearing up the oil, spilled Thursday when the Danish freighter Merc Buccaneer collided with a barge. The 7,000 gallons of oil dumped into the St. Johns six miles from the ocean was the third instance of mass pollution of Florida waters this month, and Gov. Claude Kirk vowed "to put a stop to this." "It's giving us a bad name up North," Kirk said.

Can you please tell me where one has to turn in the license and registration numbers issued for a 14-foot boat that has now been destroyed? In section 371.101 of the Florida Motorboat Law, the State Board of Conservation states that "The owner shall furnish theboard notice of the transfer of all or any part of his interest other than the creation of a security interest in a boat numbered in this state pursuant . to this chapter or of the destruction or abandonment of such boat, within fifteen (15) days thereof. Such transfer, destruction, or abandonment shall terminate the certificate for such boat. . ." In other words, write to the State Board of Conservation in Tallahssee to terminate the registration.

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Briefly, please... VIETNAM: Military spokesmen in DaNang said an accidental U.S. artillery salvo killed three Vietnamese civilians and wounded 19 Wednesday in the same area where a Marine patrol is alleged to have murdered 16 civilians. . .And in Los Angeles, a 22 year old former Army medic who served in Vietnam claimed he saw at least 25 South Vietnamese civilians killed by American soldiers because "they were there for no other reason." James D. Henry told a news conference' 'after you lose a lot of men and you have nothing to show for it, you have to take it out on somebody, and the soldiers take it out on the civilians."

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CALIFORNIA: French President George Pompidou told a San Francisco luncheon the worldwide revolt of youth was the symptom of a deeper malaise, "a crisis of civilization". . . .Meanwhile, "youth revolters" at the University of California Santa Barbara campus were being cleared from the streets by riot-trained National Guard troops armed with rifles and fixed bayonets. At least 70 persons were arrested. . . . *

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WASHINGTON: Railroad and union negotiators will resume talks Monday in a last minute effort to agree on a contract and avert a possible nationwide shutdown of rail service. . . Four members of the Senate Judiciary committee — Sens. Edward M. Kennedy, Birch Bayh, Philip A. Hart and Joseph D. Tydings — said Supreme Court nominee G. Harrold Carswell has been "openly hostile to the black, the poor and the unpopular." Score so far: 19 senators publicly committed against Carswell's nomination, and 14 in favor. . .

President Nixon admires a model of the U.S.S. Constitution presented to him by various veteran's group at the White House Friday. The reproduction is a tribute to all veterans of American military actions. (UPI Telephoto).

CHICAGO (UPI)—Attorney William M. Kunstler says U.S. Attorney Thomas A. Foran now must ask for a reversal of convictions of five of the "Chicago Seven" because he has admitted police "got even" with antiwar youth during the 1968 Democratic national convention. Kunstler said Friday that Foran has "completely contradicted" government evidence in the riot conspiracy trial with a speech in which Foran referred to the "seven" as "fags" and their lawyers as "mouthpieces." Foran's comments were made Thursday night in a speech to 200 members of the Loyola Academy Boosters Club in Wilmette. In it, Foran expressed contempt for the "Seven" and their attorneys and charged they attempted to use Black Panther Bobby G. Seale—severed fromhthe trial— "as though they were masters of the plantation." Foran—saying the nation's youth is being lost to "a freaking fag revolution"—described a bloody confrontation between police and antiwar demonstrators in front of the Conrad Hilton Hotel Aug. 28, 1968. "For 18 minutes the police moved in and got even for what they had been taking from the demonstrators for three days. After that, the police felt great. They were smiling and waving and you could see it was a great psychological thing for them."

Bill passed HONOLULU—The Hawaii legislature passed and sent to Gov. John A. Burns a bill removing virtually all curbs on abortion. Burns, a Roman Catholic, is expected to let the bill become law without his signature. The measure would permit any abortion provided that it is performed in a hospital by a doctor during the first four or five months of pregnancy on a patient who has lived in Hawaii for at least 90 days.

• * * INTEGRATION: Resistance to "racial balance" school integration in the South gained strength Friday with a new state law in Alabama, progress on the same kind of legislation in Mississippi, and a delay granted by a federal judge in "integration now" orders at Birmingham. . .At the same time, a school board in Charlotte, N.C. announced it had quit trying to comply with a federal court order calling for the most massive busing program in the South. . .



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AGE AND YOUTH: "If you want to live to be an old lady, don't plan tomorrow because it never gets here. Enjoy people, all kinds. And stay out from under the wheels of automobiles." That was the formula for longevity for Tatzumbia Dupea of Los Angeles, who died Thursday at an age, by her own calculations, of 120. . . Doctors at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York had a few anxious hours Friday when one of the Kienast quintuplets developed breathing difficulty, and later cleared up. "Her condition is improving," a later statement said. . . :;

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WASHINGTON (UPI) —The Civil Aeronautics Board Friday approved an international airline proposal to drop the roundtrip 5 per cent discount on first-class and coach flights across the Atlantic. The board also approved the International Air Transport Association's Caracas agreement extending the 14-21 day excursion fare to 28 days and setting up new fares for affinity groups of 80 or more persons. *

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SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI)— Charles Ralph Rhea, 19, lost all of his hair but he was back in the Navy today after a short stint with the Marines. Rhea, of Urbancrest, Ohio, arrived here Tuesday night with orders to report to the Naval training center, but he boarded a Marine Corps recruit depot bus accidentally. "Some guy yelled 'all you recruits fall in over there,'" he said. "Well, I'm a recruit so I lined up with the rest of the men." One of Rhea's first stops was a Marine barber shop, where he got the standard onion haircut. Later, someone noticed the word "Navy" stamped on his service jacket and he was moved to the Naval training center. *

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CONTROVERSY stirs over site of a proposed new Atlanta airport. Should the present field be enlarged? Or a new one built north of the city — closer to most customers — or in southern Fulton county, where land is less expensive? The Federal Aviation Administration will hold public hearings on the question. . Farm prices rose to a 17-year high in midFebruary, but it was a "barren prosperity for farmers. Agriculture department rejjords showed that farmers were comparatively better off in 1952 because costs then were much lower. . .

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FORT WORTH (UPI)—A Tan-ant County woman sued a beauty shop Friday for allegedly turning her hair purple, causing it to fall out and leaving her scalp blistered and scaly. The suit said the beauty operator left a permanent wave solution on the woman's head for 40 minutes. When it was rinsed the hair turned "a brilliant purple." The plaintiff seeks $300 for wigs, $500 for medical treatment and $20,000 for "humiliation, embarrassment, pain and suffering."

Kunstler, from his home in Mamaroneck, N.Y., said Foran's comments "completely contradicted" government evidence during the nearly fivemonth trial. He said Foran had "an obligation to both the defendants and the law" to ask a federal appeals court to reverse the convictions of five of the seven. The seven were in Cook County Jail awaiting a ruling by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on a petition that they be granted bail. U.S. District Court Judge Julius J. Hoffman had jailed them for contempt of court without granting bail. Five of the seven were convicted by a U.S. District Court jury of individually crossing state lines to incite a riot. Judge Hoffman sentenced each to five yers in jail with $5,000 fines plus court costs on the convictions. The contempt and conviction sentences were to run concurrently. The judge sentenced Kunstler and defense attorney Leonard I. Weinglass to contempt sentences, but stayed them until May 4 so they could handle appeals. In his speech Thursday night, Foran referred to Abbie Hoffman as "scummy but clever"; David Dellinger as a "sneak"; Jerry Rubin as a "baby," and Kunstler and Weinglass as "mouthpieces." He had kinder words for Seale, who was severed from the trial and sentenced to four years in jail for contempt. Seale is to be tried separately on the convention charges. "Bobby Seale had more guts and more charisma than any one of them, and he was the only one I don't think was a fag," Foran said. "They used that kid as though they were masters of the plantation. They used him so grossly and so callously that I can't see how the news media couldn't see it." He said the gagging and binding of Seale—who had demanded to be his own attorney—was "the most horrible sight I've ever seen in a courtroom." Foran told the audience, "We've lost our kids to the freaking fag revolution and we've got to reach out for them.'' "Our kids don't understand that we don't mean anything by it when we call people niggers," he said. "They look at us then like we're dinosaurs when we talk like that."

Security police formed a line between demonstrators in background and the entourage of French President Georges Pompidou on a visit to inspect Stanford University's linear Accelerator Center. (UPI Telephoto).

Nixon labor proposal gets lukewarm reaction

PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI)Passion has no place in the courtroom and when open rebellion sets in all hope of justice vanishes, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew said Friday night. Addressing a Republican fund-raising dinner, Agnew said the trial of the Chicago Seven degenerated into a "perverse display of arrogance, vilification and childish braggadocio." The trial could have been "a significant test" of the constitutionality of the federal antiriot law," he said. "As it happened, the outrageous courtroom conduct totally obfuscated the constitutional question." The trial was the nation's first for violation of a section of the 1968 Civil Rights Act prohibiting the crossing of state lines to incite a riot. Citizens "may howl and yowl and tax our patience, but when they move open rebellion into the courtroom, they remove from our midst all hope of justice," Agnew said. He said the courts do not need "lectures from selfappointed social criticis ... the antics of the guerrilla theater ... and lawyers who confuse themselves with

Democratic leaders and committee chairmen declined to comment, indicating they wanted more time to study the proposal. The Nixon proposal submitted Friday to Congress would empower the President to extend provisions of the TaftHartley act for an 80-day, nostrike and no-lockout eooling-off period for an additional 30 days if a settlement were imminent in the transportation industry. A second option would enable him to require partial operation of a carrier that is struck or under management lockout orders to minimize national health or safety risks. But the heart of the plan ATLANTA (UPI)—The citizens were kept informed. Southern Regional Council In many cases, loose or- would provide machinery for reported Saturday that ganizations of business and arbitration of a deadlocked successful s c h o o l civic leaders played a vital dispute. desegregation efforts in role in transition... In the event of a bargaining recent weeks showed "most "In Mississippi, Georgia, impasse, both sides would be white Southerners would Alabama, South Carolina and given three days to submit rather integrate than see Louisiana, these efforts one or two "final" offers to their public school systems sometimes were the key the Labor Secretary and an abandoned." factors preventing outright additional five days to reach The council, a pro civil abandonment of the public agreement. rights organization, summed school system by whites If the additional bargaining January and failed, a neutral panel of up' the picture in its during This was three persons chosen by both publication, "South Today." February. By DOUG ANDERSON true in sides— or the President if It said the increased particularly United Press International integration ordered by Mississippi where school sys- necessary— would select one The North Vietnamese federal courts went most tems in communities with of the "final" offers as army was on the move in smoothly where "careful poor leadership sometimes binding settlement of the Laos this week, and groundwork was laid and were resegregated overnight; dispute. indications of growing U.S. involvement in the landlocked jungle kingdom caused concern in the Senate. The forces which overran the Plain of Jars—North Vietnamese troops supported by local Communists — were probing government positions south, west and northeast of the strategic plain. U.S. B52 bombers, diverted from Vietnamese targets for the first time since the United States undertook large-scale operations in Vietnam, were pounding the advancing Communists. Lighter U.S. aircraft were attacking from bases in Laos itself. Though there are believed to be only about 400 Americans in Laos, their influence is greater than their numbers would suggest. Maj. Gen. Van Pao's "secret army" of guerrilla hillmen, the most effective French President Georges Pompidou holds his wife's hand as they viewed San force on the government side, Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate bridge during their brief tour of the area this is directed and advised by the week. (UPI Telephoto) Central Intelligence Agency

WASHINGTON (UPI) Initial reactions in Congress to President Nixon's proposal for greater emergency powers in dealing with labor disputes in the transportation industry have been lukewarm. The AFL-CIO has already rejected the plan, which includes provisions for a binding settlement that union leaders have denounced as compulsory arbitration under a new name.

Sen. Jacob K. Javits of New York, ranking Republican on the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee which will consider the legislation, voiced doubts about the arbitration provisions. "I'm still deeply concerned over any legislation that contains mandatory agreement language," Javits said Friday. But he described the Nixon proposal as "a very interesting idea."

Rather integrate than abandon the schools

disciples of a new cult. "They do need skilled advocates to be catalysts to the cause of justice and reporters who have not predetermined the guilt or innocence of the accused," he said. Speaking of the riots at

Santa Barbara, Calif., Agnew said, "Those who burn banks can bank on being burned." He said he meant the remark figuratively, in the sense of the Chicago trial. To capitaulate to the mob, he said, endangers the fabric of society.

Flu deaths up, but peak over ATLANTA (UPI) — Thethe epidemic threshold, the National Communicable NCDC said. But Dr. Allan Brodsky, Disease Center (NCDC) reported an unexpected jump acting chief of the NCDC's in deaths from respiratory respiratory disease unit, ailments across the nation stood by his prediction of last today but stuck to an earlier week that the flu outbreak prediction that the Hong had reached its peak in most Kong flu outbreak has regions. "The mortality figures peaked in most areas. After dropping for the last probably reflect the fact that two weeks, the number of there is generally a threedeaths caused by pneumonia- week lag between the time of influenza increased to 817 incidence of the disease and last week. Of this number 285 the time of mortality," he were attributed to the Hong said. N e v e r t h e l e s s , two Kong flu. It was the eighth week that additional states, Virginia the number of pneumonia- and Mississippi, reported influenza influenza deaths reported widespread from 122 cities in the United activity, moving them into States has remained above the epidemic category.

The week in review

Laos in center stage and supplied by the U.S. AID organization. Newsmen who penetrated Pao's headquarters at Long Cheng this week reported there were dozens of Americans in civilian clothes there and scores of U.S. warplanes and helicopters operating from the airfield. In response to senatorial questions, Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird assured lawmakers that there are no American ground troops in Laos and that none will be sent without congressional permission. Sen. Charles McC. Mathias Jr., R-Md., complained that operations in Laos "violate the spirit" of congressional efforts to insure that no U.S. ground forces take part in the fighting. He cited reports that. the CIA is hiring hundreds of former Green Beret soldiers for service in Laos. SANTA BARBARA, Calif.— Some 400 "hard-core agitators" battled police near the campus of the University of California at Santa Barbara in a nightslong orgy of burning and window-smashing. The

violence followed a rally at which "Chicago Seven" attorney William Kunstler exhorted some 5,000 youths to "show the socalled establishment a voice that's strong and clear." Gov. Ronald Reagan ordered 300 National Guard troops into the area Friday. GENEVA— An avalanche bored a Swiss army camp at Rackingen, taking a toll of 30 persons —17 known dead and 13 oficially missing. At Val d'Isere, another avalanche killed seven persons and injured five. WASHINGTON—French President Georges Pompidou toured the United States, heckled at some points by demonstrators protesting France's sale of warplanes to Libya. In a speech to Congress, Pompidou suggested that the United States should adopt a flexible policy in Vietnam and urged Israel to accommodate itself to the Arab world. SAIGON - F i v e U.S. Marines were charged with murdering 11 South Vietnamese . women and 5 children while on patrol south of Da Nang last week.

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Unusual birth

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TEHRAN (UPI)—A 31year old woman gave birth to Siamese twins joined at the chest and to a third child born normally last Wednesday, a hospital spokesman announced today. All three babies are girls and were reported in satisfactory condition.

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Twenty-nine students at St. Joan of Arc School won prizes in the annual science fair last week. The fair, for grades four through eight, was under the direction of the school's science coordinator, Mrs. Leah Davidson. Judges were Miss Nancy Wells of Cardinal Gibbons High School andP Philip Martin of St. Andrew's School. A total of 98 students participated. Awards were presented to: Grade four: first, Neyda Fernandez, "plants Need Water"; second, Greg Wept, model and home; third, Tim Dighton gas thermometer. Honorable mentions were awarded to Cynthia Schultz and Gary Malone. Grade four: first, Emily

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Garbage can is big Overcrowding ahead Palm Beach County officials have run into a problem which many cities and counties have from time to time with their recreational facilities. The county's trouble is that John Prince Park west of Lake Worth is too popular. It was reported to the commissioners that in the 1,640 acre park, out-of-county campers are crowding out Palm Beach County people. That doesn't set well, since the park is supported by taxpayers of the county. Out-of-county and out-of-state residents are plentiful all over Florida, especially at the popular recreational areas, in the winter months. Now the county commissioners would like some way to give preference to Palm Beach Countians who want to use John Prince Park. One suggestion, by Commissioner George Warren, was that stickers indentifying incounty campers might be the answer. Commission Chairman E.W, (Bud) Weaver felt the park might be expanded to take care of everybody who wants to use it. The problem is to be studied and the County Recreation and Parks Dept. will make recommendations. Boca Raton faces the same sort of difficulty in Spanish River Park, in which the parking has been crowded already. Even with the planned expansion of the city's municipal beaches and the park, time and population is going to catch up with the facilities. The development to the west of the city limits, Boca Raton West, where 10,000 persons eventually will live; the mobile home com-

munity at Sandalfoot Cove; plus other area developments, present and future, will be sending residents who are looking for beaches to the municipal public beach in Boca Raton. The overload eventually could be considerable. The city obviously would rather not regulate such recreational facilities. They are public, and should be available to anyone who cares to enjoy them. But when the time comes that the facilities are over-crowded; when Boca Raton residents aren't able to enjoy their own park and beach, there will be tremendous pressure to do something to give preference to local residents. The problem has been discussed, at least tentatively, by councilmen. The only practical suggestion offered so far has been issuance of an auto sticker to Boca Raton residents, and charging everybody else to park in the parking areas. Even with the expansion ahead for Spanish River Park, the additional beach the city taxpayers have just authorized, and the possible help of the county, our beaches are going to be crowded in the years to come. We hope restrictions on who can use our recreational facilities never become necessary. There is something especially open and exhilarating about a sandy ocean beach. The something special would have a lot taken away from it if we need a law that causes signs warning: "Boca Raton residents Only. Others keep off."

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A few months ago, referring to the disastrous oil spills in California's Santa Barbara Channel, ;we said,". . .and it can happen here." It is happening. First in Tampa Bay, now in the St. Johns River at Jacksonville. The incidents vary only in detail and in amounts of oil spilled. The results are always the same: thick, black scum fouling everything in and close to the water for miles around, wildlife destroyed, and massive, usually ineffective cleanup efforts. The hue and cry has been raised for government regulation and inspection as a

preventative for such oil spillage. But inspectors and government red tape won't do the job, and there is no practical way to prevent all such oil spills. What will do the job — as nearly as it can be done — is swift, decisive action in two directions: First, to make the owners of tankers and barges and other oil carriers fully legally liable to pay for any and all damage from spills, along with appropriate penalties. Second, to conduct research to find better methods of dispersing such spills.

the group wants to SEE: the following records for 1969." 1—The city's balance sheet. It never does explain what or whom 2—A record of all purchases made the "taxpayers organization group" is. for I seriously doubt if there is any the city. 3—A record of all specific line items, organized group at all but rather the whole thing stems from the mind of whether they be capital or specific one defeated candidate for city consumer goods purchased by the city. council. At any rate you might be in- 4 A record of all bids, whether they terested in the questions. Keep in mind be sealed bids or open bids on all items purchased by the city and any prime contract or sub-contract work. 5—A record of the time, the sealed bids were received and the date they were opened and the order in which they were opened, i.e. first, second, third, etc., and the time of day that they were opened. (Ridiculous!) 6—Whether the contract bids were regular or fixed fee or research and development or renegotiation contract bids or cost plus contracts. 7_Who were the paid consultants on any project that the city undertook? What was their background as to physical contact with the actual work or was it just theory without experience. By what authority are these people or any other appointees made? What was their fee and expenses? Farther down in this mess, the author states "the citizen and taxPITHECANTHROPUS MAN payer has a right to know the answers! These are public records." He's absolutely right and any citizen can get the answers simply by going to city hall and asking for them. A taxpayer can even see the cancelled checks from the various departments if he wants to although the author of this flyer would probably be discouraged if he showed up at city hall. To continue: 8—The taxpayers organization would like to know why the city fathers stall at taking in the area west who are enjoying the environment that city taxpayers are paying for? (He really lost me on that one. Environment?) 9_Why do the city fathers want only approximately 15,000 single family homes in a city which is on the way to a population of 100,000? Also, the working man wants to know will he get any of the municipal bonds before the bankers and the wealthy gobble up all the high interest rates. Disappointed? Disgruntlee? Mad at the world? Write a letter to the newspaper. That's why we've got the biggest THE DARK. AGE garbage can in town.

ByJIMRIFENBURG I received a hand-printed flyer in the mail the other day that is wild almost beyond imagination. Some of the questions may have merit, others really don't make any sense. The letter starts with the following sentence: "The taxpayers organization group would like to see

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A week at camp for all

to have men and women who have Dallas Cowboys and Al Denson of the By MALCOLM JOHNSON We shouldn't let any boy (nor gone from Tallahassee to professional Broncos. Kim Hammond of the Boston careers in athletics and entertainment Patriots passing to Fred Biletnikoff probably any girl) grow up without return to participate. and Hewritt Dixon of the Oakland having at least one week at a summer The FAMU and FSU presidents, Raiders and Ron Sellers of the camp. athletic directors and football coaches Patriots. There are others, but that's a And we're going to try to see that no were enthusiastically willing to pit the few names to savor. youngster in our part of Florida will Seminoles and Rattlers against each lack the opportunity this summer, or Probably no town our size in the other for the first time in a quarter of nation can muster as much musical the summers to follow. full-scale fnothall and stage entertainment from its own We're going to raise a fund to send But we can't do that. A call to the institutions as Tallahassee — bands, needy children to camps, and we're National Collegiate Athletic choruses, circus acts, ensembles, going to have fun doing it. Two weeks of camp is better for a Association headquarters in Kansas demonstrations. City brought nothing but "no" answers boy or girl than one week, but only a The program committee is at work for requested permission to let any two — not so much trying to obtain the acts By DICK WEST would consult if I wanted to know It probably is reasonable to assume week provides an enduring experience college teams compete in any type as to select the best available. that of the 150,000 copies now in print, in discipline, sociability, incentive, WASHINGTON (UPI) - T h e bigsomething about sex. There have been times, indeed, when about 125,000 copies were purchased achievement and broadened interests football exercise during spring It costs about $20 to support a boy or surprise in the book business this training. that will serve for a lifetime. season is a bestseller entitled a couple of them have asked me by other doctors. girl in camp for a week. We must have The tipoff is the title's tagline: "But "Everything You Always Wanted to questions about it. Even lining them up opposite each a thousand in our Big Bend area who Our prisons and reform schools are The impression I get that doctors as Were Afriad to Ask." Know About Sex—But Were Afraid to other and letting them shake their fists would like to go but can't afford it. full of young men and women who had a group are pretty much in the dark on Ask." would violate the rules, the man said. We're going to try to send them. You'll Doctors naturally are reluctant to no such experience — never played It was written by Dr. David Reuben, this subject is not, I might add, an ask questions about sex, lest it damage ball, nor learned to swim, nor tooted a They can't compete in passing or be hearing more. Much more. who is being hailed in advertising isolated one. kicking the ball for distance, not even their image. They are regarded as horn, nor had to take turns doing the Not so long ago I read an article in blurbs as "the new apostle of sanity in experts by the layman and must try to play a little bit of tag football. chores in cabin, tent or dining hall. which two psychiatry professors sex." keep up appearances. So they muddle They're getting their first taste of it as asserted that the average physician Well, God knows if there is anything along, doing the best they can with the inmates to be rehabilitated. But we can, and will, have them both that needs an apostle of sanity it is sex. "is far from expert in his sexual information at hand. out there on the field doing their knowledge, despite his community One week at camp, per boy, In recent years, sex has become so separate things in intra-squad ridiculous that thousands of persons image as an authority." There are many other sex manuals staggered through the summer, can The article went on to say that who have a high regard for rationality available, of course. But most of them wreck the street gangs and hot scrimmages. interviews with doctors' wives were written by doctors, too. In weather idlers who might be led to have given it up entirely. Also, the coaches are trying to round Mar. 1, 1965 The surprising thing, therefore, is indicated that "doctors, both as consequence, they are unlikely to be mischief and vandalism for lack of up the former Seminoles and Rattlers not that such a book would become a husbands and as lovers, leave a great very informative. A "sea van" portable oceanographic now playing professional football to anything better to do. national bestseller with 150,000 copies deal to be desired." return and take part in the scrim- laboratory for use aboard ships in We have some fine camps in the area already in print. The surprising thing I don't know how Dr. Reuben found around Tallahassee, but few of them research and teaching arrived today, mages. AU of which might give you a clue as is that it was written by a doctor. to why Dr. Reuben's book has been out so much about sex, but I suspect he run the whole summer. Eight weeks It could be an imposing array — enabling FAU to step further into the goes to a lot of Swedish movies. I number several physicians among selling so well. Steve Tensi of the Denver Broncos, for development of its ocean engineering has been the Boy Scout camp term my personal friends and I must say instance, throwing to Bob Hayes of the department. and only 18 per cent of the Scouts in that they would be the last persons I this council attended last year.) The ;.:.:.::w.;.;.:::::::*:ro^ Girl Scout camp operates only half as long.

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The Boca Raton News United Press International welcomes letters to the United States. editor, especially on matters Today is Sunday, March 1, the 60th In 1932 the 20-month-old son of of general interest to the day of 1970 with 305 to follow. Charles Lindbergh was kidnaped near community. We will not The moon is between its last quarter Hopewell, N.J. The boy's body was undertake to condense letters and new phase. found on May 12. Bruno Hauptmann without the consent of the The morning stars are Mercury and was electrocuted in 1936 for the kidnapwriters, but reasonable Jupiter. murder. length is advised to assure in 1954 five congressmen were The evening stars are Venus, Mars publication. Our only and Saturn. wounded as Puerto Rican nationalists restriction on content are fired wildly from the gallery of the On this day in history: letters be free of libel and in 1781 the colonies adopted Articles House of Representatives. that they not violate good of Confederation paving the way for a taste. Unsigned letters will federal union. A thought for the day: Henry David not be published. In 1803 Ohio was admitted to Thoreau said, "It is characteristic of statehood, becoming the 17th of the wisdom not to do desperate things."

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So we have plenty of camping facilities, but too few campers. That's what The Tallahassee Democrat, with cooperation from various youth groups and officials of our two universities, is going to try to do something about. We have engaged FSU's Doak S. Campbell Stadium for the night of Saturday, April 18, for presentation of a top grade variety show from which all profits will go to a helping hand fund for campers. The program hasn't been settled yet, except that it is going to be roughly the equivalent of two quarters of football with a novel touch and five quarters of half-time type entertainment. We hope

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Road board revival seen in this session TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) — Leading members of the legislature are convinced that the State Road Board is going to be reestablished by the 1970 session. "The people are clamoring for i t , " said Rep. Ted Randell, DFort Myers, chairman of a subcommittee studying this phase of the big department that took over the function of the old Road Board. Sen. Verle Pope, St. Agustine, chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee, has already filed a bill to recreate the board. The committee will consider it next week. Rep. Quillian Yancey, DLakeland, was the only one to defend the present set-up when the House committee took up the bill this week. "The present system has not had a chance to work," Yancey said, adding there were many things about the old board he did not like. Randell, Sen. W. E. Bishop, D-Lake City, and a host of

other legislators claim they did not know the board was being abolished until the bulky governmental reorganization bill had passed the legislature. "I doubt if even some of the board members knew their jobs were being eliminated," Bishop said. Most of the cry to restore the board stems from the need for a "buffer" between the people and the head of the department — called the secretary of transportation. There is dissatisfaction with this position too — some of it stemming from an investigation that resulted in Senate refusal to confirm Michael O'Neil as secretary. Bishop is pushing a bill that would require the secretary to be a civil engineer with 10 years experience in road building. Surprisingly, Jay Brown, now director of road operations and a civil engineer, raised some questions as to feasibility of so rigid a requirement. Brown was head of the

Advisers advised to stick to advising that "direction, not force, is the key to all our assistance of education in Latin America." "Any attempt to foist the U. S. college patterns on another country simply will not work," he added. "Our policy should be 'take it or leave it.'" Dr. Rudolph P. Atcon, Atcon warned against based with the OAS in advisers "who meddle Washington, said the officially in the internal American advisers should affairs of societies dissimilar stick to advising "instead of to their own." He counseled doing the dirty work for oth- the advisers to avoid the ers and paying their bills to entanglements of "minutiae boot." and inane intrigues" and Atcon told the 20th annual "try to define the problems Latin American Conference that bother us all and offer at the University of Florida solutions."

GAINESVILLE, F l a . (UPI)— The1 actions of American educational advisers who visit Latin American nations to meddle in internal affairs has raised the dander of an official of the Organization of American States.

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department in the early days of the Claude Kirk administration when Kirk boasted he took politics out of road-building by putting a career engineer at the top. However, when the new position of secretary was created Kirk picked O'Neil as the operating head. O'Neil was a former Road Board chairman and executive of a tire company. Brown pointed out that the U. S. Secretary of Transportation, John Volpe, is not an engineer, but a former governor and a construction man. His predecessor, Alan Boyd of Florida, was an attorney. "If we can operate at the national level without an engineer, who are we to say we can't in Florida?" Brown asked. The House group agreed to take as a vehicle, conceding many changes would be made, a bill setting up a fivemember Board of Transportation who would pick a commissioner of transportation who must be a registered engineer with 10 years experience in highway engineering and administration.

Navy Read Adm. Max Harnish greets Gov. Claude Kirk and Lt. Gov. Ray Osborne Thursday as they complete an inspection trip of the 7,C00-gallon oil slick in the St. John's river near Jacksonville. (UPI Telephoto)

4.9 Billion Likely in '85 GENEVA — United Nations experts estimate that the world's population will rise from 3.6 billion in 1970 to 4.4 billion in 1980 and 4.9 billion in 1985.

CAPE KENNEDY (UPI)— The Kennedy Space Center is fighting for its life. The key to its survival as a major spaceport in the 1980's and beyond is the selection of the site for the main base of operations for the space shuttle orbital transport now on the drawing boards. The shuttle is planned to serve as an all-purpose, economical space transportation system that

Game wardens of the Florida Natural Resources Department inspect damage caused by petroleum asphalt which washed ashore along an eight-mile stretch of the St. Mark's Wildlif e Preserve. Source of the spill is unknown, but the Department said it would file suit against the responsible parties when the cause is determined. (UPI Telehpoto)

will replace most of the costly rockets and spaceships of today. If the shuttle is not based here, the Space Center and its billion dollars worth of facilities could end up without a program in 10 years or so. One of the requirements for the shuttle is to use existing facilities wherever economically possible. This is the big advantage KSC has, along with its highly skilled pool of manpower. The shuttle is expected to be flying around 1978, and its main job will be to ferry men and supplies to and from orbiting space stations. It is expected to be able to carry a dozen men in almost airlinerlike conditions or transport 25,000 to 50,000 pounds of supplies. The shuttle will take off vertically like a rocket and will return to earth like a jetliner, ready for use again in a few days. The idea is to greatly reduce the cost of spaceflight. As presently conceived, the shuttle will consist of two sections, a booster and an or biter, with both units returning to airport-type landings. This is what raises the possibility of locating the shuttle base in another part of the country. A coastal

launch site is needed for current "throw-away" rockets that drop spent stages into the sea and which always pose the danger of falling debris if something goes wrong. But the shuttle will be a new breed of space transport and engineers expect it to be safe to launch over land areas. Thus the neighboring Atlantic Ocean is no longer an advantage for the Cape as far as the shuttle is concerned. They say it would be nice to have landing strips available several hundred miles in all directions that could be used by the shuttle for emergencies or to fuel its jet engines for airplane-like flight back to the launch site.

Body recovered JACKSONVILLE (UPI)— The Navy has announced the recovery of the body of a New York Naval Air Reserve pilot who crashed while attempting to land at the Whitehouse Training Field here. The body of Lt. Harold V. Peter sen, 32, of Coram, N. Y., was found 300 feet from the wreckage of his A4C jet

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TALLAHASSEE, F l a . (UPI)— Mental , health programs intended to rehabilitate prison inmates should not neglect their sexual drives, a Mississippi sociologist said Friday. "Surely our prisons do not have to be places where men rape young boys and sexual abberations become the norm," Dr. Columbus Hopper said during the 15th annual Southern Conference on Corrections at Florida State University. "It is the lack of hope for normal experiences which makes prison inmates so vulnerable to homosexuality." Hopper, a University of

M i s s i s s i p p i sociology professor, said his state allows conjugal visits of wives and occasional short trips home for married inmates. He said single prisoners also benefit from the program because their asso elation with married men living normal lives "helps them to retain a normal perspective." "I do not favor allowing prostitutes to visit prison inmates," Hopper said. "In the first place, it is illegal." He added that "instead of increasing self esteem, relationships with a prostitute reinforce feelings of inadequacy as a person."

Why not come here? TALLAHASSEE (UPI) — Lt. Gov. Ray C. Osborne sees no reason for the nation's top businesses to make their headquarters in "such urban atrocities as New York" when they could come to Florida. "What is the magic of a fouled city that holds you there?" he asked in a speech to the Florida Council of 100 today. "There is no reason why we can't have a Wall Street on Biscayne Boulevard, or a Madison Avenue in Florida or be(^ come the publishing center of the nation." Osborne told the council "there is no logical reason left today for the continued existence of such urban atrocities as New York City."

Strike strikes golf MIAMI (UPI) _ The contract between strike plagued National Airlines and the National Broadcasting Corporation for television the 1970 National Airlines Golf Tournament has been cancelled. The airlines, which has been crippled by a strike by 3,500 members of the Airlines

Employes Association, announced the cancellation Friday of the tournament. A spokesman said the contract was cancelled because there was uncertainty over whether the tournament would be held. He said a decision was expected "in the next few days."

Jet contract here WASHINGTON (UPI) — Pratt and Whitney, a division of United Aircraft, has a $3 billion contract to develop and produce 90 new high performance jet engines for the new Air Force F15 and

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Travel briefs FLAMINGO, Fla (UPI) — In the strange and topsyturvy world of Everglades National Park, bird watchers are sometimes started to see wood ibises turn over and glide short distances upside down. Only member of the stork family in North America, this large wading bird with snowy white body plumage, bare head, and stilt-like legs can be seen in the Flamingo visitor complex on Florida Bay. Iguazu Falls — Brazil

The 'discovery of Brazil' tempts local travelers By A. DURON PLESHER Among Boca Raton's many travelers there are those who may declare the Orient the

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most fascinating place to venture. Others most emphatically extol the wonders of Europe. And happily, there are those travelers who find enchantment in as many corners of the world as there are cardinal points to be found on the compass! As varying as these favorite "travel grounds" may be, the point upon which our travelers would be in absolute accord is one which often plagues and torments

the restless wanderer. All too soon it becomes evident that there is far more world to see, to enjoy, than time will ever permit. Actually, this is not too pessimistic a thought. How much sadder, how dull, it would be to exist on a planet of limited travel possibilities! The limitations dictated by time actually give the travel game an exciting sense of urgency and serve to indicate the necessity for a wellorganized travel schedule. Holding high priority among many traveler's plans would be one of the greatest adventures of all — the "discovery of Brazil". This very adventure was the choice of Boca Raton's world travelers, Mr. and Mrs. C. Russell Mahaney. Their journey to Brazil will be shown to travel enthusiasts eight o'clock the evening of March 4th at the Art Guild of

Boca Raton. The program is open to the public with an entrance fee of $1.00 for non-members. The Mahaneys will be presented by Mr. Howard Wall, Chairman of Press Relations and Photography, whose inimitable style in making introductions should get the evening off to a merry start. Through the medium of color slides the fascinating Amazon will be navigated. This mighty river, stretching 3,300 miles in length, overpowers the ocean turning it fresh for 200 miles offshore. It is the only great river in the world whose general direction is east and west. At high tide the current of the Amazon is reversed for 400 miles inland. So great is the rush of the tide that frequently a "bore", a wall of water, 12 to 25 feet high is created. Never a dull moment on the Amazon!

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The Mahaneys will also include pictures of their visit to the beautiful waterfalls of Iguacu, in southern Brazil. These falls form at a point where Brazil borders Argentina and Paraguay. If the traveler stands upon Brazilian territory he refers to the name of the falls in Portuguese. However, once across the borders in the land of the two Spanish speaking nations, the name becomes "Iguassu". Perhaps mentioning this fact may deny certain travelers the dubious pleasure of engaging in that form of "battle" which so frequently occurs as a result of differences in spelling of geographic names. The color slide collection of the Mahaneys is said to be most interesting. Famed photographer, Anton Breuhl, known to be a severe critic, has acclaimed them as excellent. The chairman of the Travel and Photography Committee, who happens to be your travel editor, hopes you will be with ns at the Art Guild that Wednesday evening — bound for Brazil.

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90 per cent eclipse will be visible here ByKATHIEKEIM A total solar eclipse, which of relativity, and proved move over the sun about fascinates today astronomers there is no planet orbiting the noon, though within a short just as it fascinated star- sun inside the orbit of time the ragged edge of the earth's satellite will be gazers eons ago, will attract Mercury. Residents of Boca Raton casting a shadow as it takes observers again March 7 when the shadow of the total and south Palm Beach a sizeable chunk out of the eclipse falls across northern County who will be remaining sun's surface. behind, though, will still be Florida. Standing under a leafy tree, Among the officials able to view a partial eclipse. such as the seagrape you'll be According to officials at the able to see the patches of observers expected to travel Beach County sunlight on the ground to north Florida to view the Palm eclipse is Dr. Clyde R. Planetarium in West Palm become more crescentBurnett, a professor and Beach, persons in this area shaped. Sunlight will become chairman of the department will see an eclipse that is more orange-colored as the of physics at Florida Atlantic about 90 per cent total. A moon moves across the sun, University, who will be going crescent similar to the and the sky will turn a navy to Perry later this week to shape of a new moon will be blue. take part in official studies of all that shows of the sun get dark enough to where the moon moves seeIt may the eclipse. a few stars in the sky Eclipses, especially total between it and the earth. during the early afternoon. The height of the eclipse The planet Venus will almost eclipses, are natural attractions for astronomers, will be 1:19 p.m. Saturday, certainly be visible, and will physicists, and other though the moon will actually be found bout even with the scientists, who have learned begin to move in front of the sun and a little east (left) of quite a few things by sun about noon. It takes about it. Mercury might be seen to 80 minutes for the moon to the west (right) of the sun observing eclipses Eclipses according to move in front of the sun, and and possibly a little lower. astronomers and physicists, about the same amount of It may even get a trifle have shown what the upper time to clear it again. Observers probably won't cooler — and don't be layers of the sun are made of, surprised if your chickens are supported Einstein's theory see the first edge of the moon fooled into going to roost during the eclipse. Many birds are when an eclipse darkens the sky. Four Florida Atlantic majoring in mathematics; There is one word of R. Bettich, University students have won Heinrich however — looking national recognition as majoring in English; Gail G. warning, directly the sun, even Woodrow Wilson Designates Margolis, majoring in during a at total solar eclipse, in the annual Woodrow French, and Richard G. can seriously and Wilson F e l l o w s h i p Nitcavic, majoring in speech. permanently damage the In addition two other FAU eyes. competition to select future college professors in the U.S. students received Honorable Looking throug binoculars, Mention. They are Gary M. telescopes, and Canada. on Farmer, majoring in history, cameras, viewfinders and even The four senior students and George J. Poprowski, sunglasses and smoked are Robert D. Beavan, majoring in German.

glasses is unsafe since these items do not completely block out the infra-red rays given off by the sun. Not even the moon blocks these rays completely when it moves between the earth and the

sun. Some do recommend developed film, which is a little better than using sunglasses and smoked glass. Undeveloped film, if overexposed over its entire

surface, is a little better than developed film for adulteyes, according to the East Coast Optometric Assn. A double layer of overexposed film may be safe for adults who cannot resist the

temptation of watching an eclipse directly, but not necessarily for children, since children's eyes are more easily damaged than adult's eyes. A safer way of viewing an

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edipse — for children and adults — is the indirect method, using simple cardboard, make a pinhole in one, and with the sun at your back, focus the image of the eclipse through the pinhole in tht: one piece of carboard onto the second sheet of cardboard. You can change the size of the image by moving the two pieces of cardboard closer together or farther apart. An even safer way of viewing the eclipse would be to sit indoors and watch it on television, since all three major networks will be televising live reports of the eclipse. NBC (Channels 5 & 7 in this area) which will be televising the total eclipse from a small village in southern Mexico, will begin its 90-minute broadcast at noon. ABC (Channels 10 and 12) and CBS (Channel 4) will have hourlong broadcasts beginning at 1 p.m. Whatever means you use to watch it — and remember, to be completely safe, use the indirect cardboard viewer or watch it on television — the eclipse will be an impressive sight. At least persons in Boca Raton will get an eclipse that is 90 per cent total. Persons in Portland, Oregon, will get only a partial eclipse — only 19 per cent of the sun will darken.

Auto engineer says Nader, manufacturers both ivrong The man who invented the Bendix brake and has spent some 60 years in the automotive engineering business said here yesterday that there's no sound reason for not removing the

pollutants from gasoline. Roy S. Sanford who heads an engineering firm bearing his own name in Seymour, Conn., is a regular winter visitor to Boca Raton. And after more than a half-

century of dealing with automotive and aircraft engineering problems, he feels that the major automobile manufacturers and Ralph Unsafe-at-anyspeed Nader are all barking

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up the wrong tree. reluctant to make On the specific question of engineering changes, even the air pollutants caused by though they may result in leaded gasoline, Sanford better automobiles. rejected auto manufacturers' Sanford said that some claims that it would require years ago, he invented a sweeping changes and higher copper cylinder sleeve which costs to convert cars to use was chrome plated on the non-leaded gasoline. inside and then etched to The American Oil Co., retain a coating of oil. He said Sanford noted, has been that tests over a year's time marketing lead-free gasoline of a motor using these for many years. cylinder sleeves showed that "Any car on the road the otherwise conventional today," Sanford said, "can be automobile was capable of filled with Amoco and will getting up to 50 miles per operate properly — maybe gallon of gasoline. even better — with no adjustments and no changeover whatsoever. "It's been my experience that if you don't change your WASHINGTON (UPI) — spark plugs, they'll be cleaner after running on One hundred fifty-eight persons died in commercial Amoco." The man who invented the airline accidents in the Bendix brakes and was the United States last year, the first to propose using brakes lowest death toll for one year on airplanes, disagreed with since 1957, according to the Nader on the Corvair which National Transportation was taken off the market in Safety Board. the aftermath of much The general aviation criticism. category, which includes Sanford said he had driven private and business flying, a Corvair for many years and however saw an increase in found them safe, good han- deaths. There were 1,388 deaths in general aviation dling cars. He also charged that the last year compared with 1,374 major manufacturers are the year before.

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Breaking bread among the clouds The Utimate ... Breaking bread among the clouds is certainly no novelty to yours truly. For I have partaken of the tasty viands and sipped the cooling libations in numerous lofty establishments of fine dining across this land of ours. These include the Tower Suite, that plush penthouse on the Time-Life building high above the lesser minarets of midManhattan ; the Top Of The Six's, another smart eating house in the heavens above 666 Fifth Avenue; the Rainbow Room, another of New York's fabled restaurants which gazes down upon Rockefeller Plaza; the popular quarters called Top Of The Rocks sky-high over Chicago's lake-front in the ^udential-Life edifice; and that cozy little eatery tucked away beneath the rafters of the Terrace-Plaza hostelry in Cincinnati. I've also filled the 'tummy in such ground floor level rooms as Sardi's, the Four Seasons, Toots Shor's, the Algonquin, and the Forum of The VII Caesers in Father Knickerbocker's domain, the Vine Street Brown Derby, Dave Chasen's and the Sportsman's Lodge (where you can catch your own entree if it be fish) in filmdom's Hollywood, the London Chop House in Detroit and, of course, the choice places of Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. I've batted well in the knife and fork league, I believe. But it wasn't until the other evening I discovered I was yet to my ultimate.

Windows providing a wondrous view of the twinkling lights of Boca Raton after nightfall (I imagine on a clear day one can see the green felt dice tables in the casinos of Freeport) are all about you. Subdued lighting from burning candles on table tops and from handsome crystal chandeliers in semiprivate like corner nooks enhance the scene. Of course, superb service and cuisine in the Boca Hotel and Club tradition, are other attributes. And as if this were not . enough, an attractive cocktail lounge is located along the ocean side of the tower. Do you remember the lyrics of Cole Porter's "You're The Top?" It's my opinion the Boca Hotel and Club's The Top has everything Mr. Porter mentioned. Explanation... I hear a Boca housewife has confessed she has a whole library of dirty books in her home. Explains she never dusts. Praise ... Tom Field, who lives here in Boca Raton, made his debut as an actor in the recent production of the musical, "Guys and Dolls," at the Delray Playhouse. Tom portrayed the role of Benny Southstreet, a Runyanesque character, and was given no little praise in the area press for his depiction. One review concluded: "Miss Everitt, Simon, Joannes and Field give such warm, winning performances that the show is a success." While on the subject of theater I'd like to call attention to Florida Atlantic University's presentation of "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," which winds up its engagement with performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. I saw this hit musical in New York with its original cast headed by Bobby Morse, Rudy Vallee and Dyhan Cannon (the recent Mrs. Cary Grant). A hilarious lampoon of business success I rate it as one of the best musical shows of all time.

Sky High ... This ultimate was attained when I dined in the Boca Raton Hotel and Club's spanking new The Top, a posh restaurant 27 stories in the air above the environs of this community. The Top is a room, or series of rooms, of subtle elegance, a richly tasteful rendezvous of dignity and beauty with a faint touch of French motif. Yet the decor is never austere and an air of gaiety is always present. Its spell is captured the moment one steps off the rapidly rising elevators onto the lush white carpeting and is greeted by maitre'd Rocque in ^white tie and tails.

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John Roberts, photographer and traveler, will present a lecture and film on "Holland and the Amazing Dutch" Tuesday, March 3, at 4 p.m. in the auditorium of the Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach. Born in New England, Roberts was a student at Hebron Academy in Maine when he met Lowell Thomas.

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Tuesday, March 3rd 8:00 p.m. Concert Program SAY IT WITH MUSIC (Theme) Berlin-Azzolina STAR SPANGLED BANNER (Anthem) Key-Barker MARCH OF THE GOLDEN BRASS Cacavas TOCCATA FOR BAND Erickson ALTO MOOD (James Serbaugh, Soloist) Bunton FOLKSAY FOR BAND Schaeffer CHITTY, CHITTY, BANG, BANG! (Selections from)Sherman BRASILIA Sandidge TRILOGY Osterling INTERMISSION Special Guests — Bill Prince with the Florida Atlantic University Stage Band ... BLUES FOR SAMANTHA Bob Montgomery RAINDROPS — KEEP FALLIN1 ON MY HEAD Burt Bacharach (Fluegel Horn & Trombone section arrangement by Bill Prince) MERCY, MERCY, MERCY Joe Zawi nu I MIDNIGHT IN MOSCOW Kenny Ball BYE BYE BLUES (Banjo solo, Ron Blanchette) Ron Blanchette IN A SILENT WAY (Bill Prince, Soloist) Miles Davis THE END (arrangement by Dave Sulzinski)

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Roberis was preparing a series of f ilms based upon ski competitions held in New England and Thomas was engaged in his favorite sport, skiing. After being discharged from the Armed Forces, Roberts became actively associated with Thomas and accompanied him on several movie-making projects. He worked with him on producing a film of a scientific expedition in Alaska and later worked with Lowell Thomas Jr. on filming a documentary on the Middle East with later footage along the borders of Tibet. A pioneer in the field of 16 mm film production, Roberts 'joined Clayton Ballou in 1948 to found the Associated Film Producers, Inc., a firm that has specialized in the production of informational and commercial films. Theatre films produced by the company include "Westward Ski" and "Born to Ski" which were released by Warner Brothers. A four part documentary, "Spirit of the Vikings" has been recently released to National Educational Television network for nation-wide viewing. Tickets for Roberts' lecture can be obtained at the door.

Bibeau's unit earns award Doctor (Captain) Robert A. Bibeau, son of Mrs. Clare E. Bibeau of Boca Raton, is a member of a unit that has earned the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Doctor Bibeau, an optometrist in the U.S. Air Force Hospital, Tachikawa AB, Japan, will wear the distinctive service ribbon to mark his affiliation with the unit. The hospital was cited for meritorious service from January 1967 to January 1969. During this period hospital personnel fulfilled their assigned mission while responding to a dramatic surge in patient flow generated by increased activity in Vietnam. It is part of the Pacific Air Forces, headquarters for air operations in Southeast Asia, the Far East and the Pacific area. The doctor, a 1954 graduate of Gardner (Mass.) High School, received his degree in optometry in 1959 from Massachusetts College of Optometry. Lees lead HONOLULU (UPI) — The Honolulu telephone directory shows the most numerous surname is Lee, with 1,144 listings. The Lees are followed by the Wongs at 907. In descending order after that come Chun, Young, Chang, Chin, Nakamura, Smith, Lum, Yamamoto tied with Johnson, Higa, Tanaka, Kim, Lau, Watanabe tied with Kaneshiro and Oshiro, Williams and a four-way deadlock of Ho, Miller, Sato and Chong.

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peats "People That lime Forgot," a study of Australia's aborigines. "The Marionettes" on ABC's "Land of The Giants" gets the earthlings involved with a circus. NBC's Disney Hour has the first half of a two-part film Details for March 1-7: advanture, "Menace on the Mountain." dealing with a SUNDAY "NBC Experiment in Tele- youngster's task of being the vision" has "This is Al man of the family during the Capp," a candid profile of the Civil War. cartoonist creater of "Ii'l The Beatles, Dionne Abner " who is something of a Warwick, Steve Lawrence, controversial character. In Eydie Gorme, Peggy Lee, addition to Capp himself, Duke Ellington and such personalities as William orchestra, Peter Gennaro F. Buckley J r . , David and Edward Villella are on Susskind, Douglas Fairbanks Sr. Milton Caniff and John Ed Sullivan's CBS hour. Canaday are on the program The Glen Campbell show to discuss him. on CBS offers Raymond Burr, Ella Fitzgerald, Neil NBC's "Wild Kingdom" re- Diamond and Charlie Manna.

ABC again screens 1965's "The Sons of Katie Elder" in which four brothers seek to clear the family name. John Wayne and Dean Martin star. MONDAY "In "It Takes a Thief" on ABC Mundy meets an old nemesis as he seeks to steal a certain painting. On "Gunsmoke" for CBS an outlaw holds Kitty, Doc, Festus and Newly as hostages while awaiting arrival of a train with a gold shipment. Danny Kaye is guest star on "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" for NBC. The ABC movie is "The Heroes of Telemark," starring Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris in a 1965 film about Norwegian saboteurs in World War n . NBC's movie is 1966's "Ambush Bay," starring

Hugh O'Brian and Mickey Rooney in a tale of Philippines fighting in World WarH. TUESDAY Godfrey Cambridge and Pat Carroll help out with the comedy on Red Skelton's CBS hour and Jackie De Shannon sings. ABC screens "Mister Jerico," a new video film with Patrick MacNee, Marty Allen, Connie Stevens and Herbert Lom in the cast. A con man tangles with a crooked millionaire. NBC preempts the movie period for the twohour "First Tuesday" news feature program. Among the items are an examination of the career of French mimic Marcel Marceau and a report on Brazil's Stone Age Indian tribes. The "60 minutes" news feature program on CBS includes a look at the work of a London woman mystic. WEDNESDAY Singers Sonny James and Wanda Jackson are guests on "Hee Haw" on CBS. Comedian Alan King is host on NBC's "Music Hall" with comedian Paul Lynde and singer Michele Lee on the scene.

The "Medical Center" drama on CBS has a married woman tour director falling in love with Dr. Gannon while he's vacationing in Mexico. Guests of Johnny Cash for ABC include Roger Miller, Pete Seeger and Brenda Lee. THURSDAY Tom Smothers is guest star on "Pat Paulsen's Half a Comedy Hour" for CBS. NBC's Daniel Boone poses as a river pirate to capture a con man who has "sold" Boonesborough to two brothers. Kaye Stevens and Bob Newhart are guests on the Jim Nabors hour for CBS. The CBS movie screens 1951's "The African Queen," starring Katharine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart in a tale of adventure in Africa during World War I. Tom Jones on ABC is host to Bob Hope, Bobbie Gentry and Billy Eckstine. FRIDAY NBC's "The Name of the Game". Gene Barry is head man in an episode about a wealthy leader of a MexicanAmerican community who is suspected of bribing city officials. The NBC Friday night movie is 1965's "The

Sandpiper," s t a r r i n g Miahuatlan, on Mexico's Elizabeth Taylor and Rich- southern coast. ABC and CBS ard Burton in a love story in- will have hourlong shows volving a nonconformist starting at 1 p.m. EST. woman and a minister. NBC carries two firstround ABC's "Here Come the games of the NCAA Brides" has "How Dry We championship basketball Are," in which Lottie's place tourney. "Wonderful World runs out of liquor because of of Golf" is preempted. a distillers' strike. "CBS Golf Classic" has a SATURDAY quarter-final match in which NBC plans a noon-to-l:30 Julius Boros and Don p m . EST live colorcast of the January play Al Geiberger total solar eclipse. Coverage and Dave Stockton. originates in the village of "ABC's Wide World of

Sports" covers the world professional skiing championships in Switzerland and the surf classic at Oahu. Judy Carne, the First Edition, Ray Stevens, Smokey Robinson and the Osmond Brothers are on Andy Williams' NBC hour. The NBC movie is 1966's "The War Lord," starring Charlton Heston as an 11th century knight who rules a village on the North Sea.

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Pompano Beach man found dead incar A Pompano Beach man of one-inch plastic hose, "the was found dead in a parked type used in vacuuming automobile here Friday, pools," ran from the vehicle's Boca Raton police reorted. exhaust pipe through the left Officers were called to a front vent window. construction site in the 600 No letter or note was found. Dr. Kenneth Fulton, county block of South Ocean examiner, boulevard at 12:32 p.m. m e d i c a l where they found a car, pronounced Buck dead on motor idling, and a man, arrival at the Boca Raton apparently dead, in the front Community Hospital at 1:05 seat. The victim was later pjn. He attributed the death carbon monoxide identified by his wife as to James Garfield Buck, 52, of poisoning. Pompano Beach. Patrolman John C. Johann, investigating officer, reported that a 28-foot length

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PHOENIZ, Ariz. — A selfilluminating traffic sign here is one of the newest applications of atomic energy. A lane-control sign, which contains a phosphor activated by a chemically inert radioactive form of krypton gas, is being tested here. The self-contained unit requires no electrical lines, poles, transformer or replacement parts.

City golf course (Continued from page 1) by his office "administrative or routine." "Accordingly, it is the opinion of this department that there is now no legal impediment, because of title marketability, to obfuscate any Councilman's consideration or deliberation on the question of the Harrison option for the golf course," Ruff concluded. Although city plans call for development of the tract as a municipal golf course,

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Section B BOCA RATON NEWS

Sunday, March 1, 1970 Page One

McLean hurls four hitter

Seahawks beat Cats, 4 to

Cecil Connor takes a healthy cut at a pitch. He missed.

By score of 100 to 73

Dillard tops Cats The luck of the draw went against Boca Raton High School in district basketball competition. Coach Garry Ghormley pulled Dillard High School out of the hat. And that's all she wrote. Dillard took it easy on the Cats Friday night, posting only a 100 to 73 victory. It could have been 150. Kicking off the first quarter with 37 points, the Panthers began clearing their bench in the second quarter. Every man on the Dillard team went into the ball game and before the three quarter mark and almost every man scored. For Boca Raton, George Sparling came up with seven field goals and four at the line for an 18-point total on the evening. Tom Miller and John Hughes each had 12 points. John von Stetten added 10. Ronald Wilson was the big gun on the Dillard squad with 23 points. Woodard had 17, Smith and Butler each came up with 14. The box score: BOBCATS Sparling Jones Miller

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Cecil Connor followed on a pitching error and Eric Bath waited out a walk. With only one out and the bases loaded, it appeared the Bobcats might push home a run. A strikeout and unassisted out at first base put out the fire and ended the threat. The Cats put men on first and second in the fourth on back to back hits by Connor and Bath but couldn't move them. No threat came up in the last three innings. Tuesday the Bobcat will travel to ForestHill in the second of five road games in a row. BOBCATS Baez, If Keith,ss Wentworth,2b McLain,p Knopp,c Connor,cf Bath.lb Balint,3b Barlow,3b O..Rinaldi,rf Graham,rf Totals

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Gibbons Connolly Schutzen Hanrahan Werstlein Crocco Kain Ranagan Stocker Smith Horna Totals BLANCH ELY Cook Walker Hooks Thurston Stevens A. Jones O.Jones Mohorn Thompson Cherry Phillips Clayton Totals Gibbons 14 Ely 18

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The Boca Raton recreation department will sponsor its first surfing meet on Sunday, March 15 at 10 am at the north municipal beach. Only Boca Raton residents will be allowed to participate in the event. There will be a $2.00 registration fee to cover the expense of trophies. There will be five divisions for a person to enter, and entry blanks may be obtained from the community center or from lifeguard stands at the north beach.

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Seacrest's Johnston twirled a three-hit ball game yesterday in taking a 4-0 win from the Boca Raton High School Bobcats. Tex McLain went to the hill for the Bobcats and was tagged for four hits. He gave up five bases on balls while striking out three. Johnston worked slow on the hill, something the Bobcats were not used to seeing. As a result they were swinging ahead of the ball and knocking little bloopers down the right field line Six Bobcat batters struck out. Only one walk was given up by Seacrest. Seacrestgot off on the right foot when catcher Franklin waited out a full count then knocked the sixth pitch into left center field for a home run. The second run of the game came in the second inning. McLain walked Orr and Pignato hit into a fielder's choice catching Orr as the play went to second. A one base hit by Olivella pushed Pignato to third and he went home on a throwing error. It was pretty much the same story in the third inning when Deen reached the base paths on an error and crossed home plate the same way. Back to back singles pushed the final run of the ball game across home plate in the sixth inning for the Seahawks. Boca Raton threatened in the second inning of the ball game. George Knopp went to first base on an error at third.

George Sparling whips ball past Dillard defender.

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. . . cheerleaders, players and coaches all got into the act during the district basketball tournament here Friday night.

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UCLA Bruins stung by defeat start aneiv By United Press International The natural thing for a team stung with a rare defeat

game win streak snapped by Oregon a week ago, but rebounded with vengeance Friday night, demolishing hapless Stanford, 120-90, and moving a step nearer the Pacific Eight Conference title and another NCAA Tournament berth. Coach John Wooden's UCLAns oppose California tonight, then wind up their regular season campaign a match on default over Jauffret and Bernard Paul of week later with a pair of France. Bob Carmichael of games against crosstown France and Terry Addison of rival Southern California. The victory over the Australia defeated Edlefsen Indians left the Bruins with a and Gorman 6-3, 10-8. 10-1 conference mark and Ashe, though limping from a bothersome calcium pushed their overall mark to deposit on his left heel, 22-1. Forward Curtis Rowe hit a teamed with Lutz to win over career high of 30 points in Primjit Lall of India and Franulovic 6-1, 6-2, and leading the Bruins to victorv. In the big game on the East Richey and Clark Graebner Coast, Pennsylvania clinched of New York defeated Gerald Battrick and Peter Curtis of the Ivy League championship and an NCAA Tournament England 5-7, 10-8, 6-2. spot by downing Columbia, 71-57. The triumph earned the Most valuable twice Quakers a spot opposite BALTIMORE (UPI) — Outfielder Frank Robinson of Niagara in first round the Baltimore Orioles is the tourney play. It was seventh-ranked only major league player Penn's first Ivy League title ever to be named Most since 1966 and improved the Valuable Player in both major leagues. Robinson was Quaker record to 24-1. In the SOUTHERN Confernamed major league topper tournament at for the Orioles and the Cin- ence Charlotte, N.C., 13-th ranked cinnati Reds of the National Davidson swept past William & Mary, 78-54, and Richmond is to start a new winning streak. That's exactly what the topranked UCLA Bruins are doing. The Bruins saw their 25-

Art Ashe and Bob Lutz in tennis semi-finals

Penn's Ken Cohen drives with the ball in PennColumbia action Friday night. Penn won, 71-57 to capture the Ivy championship . UPI Telephoto.

MACON (UPI)—Topseeded Arthur Ashe of New York takes on fourthseeded Bob Lutz of Los Angeles and No. 2 ranked Cliff Richey of San Angelo, Tex. meets Chile's Jaime Fillol in semifinal action today of the third annual Ma con International Tennis Tournament. Ashe fought back in the third set Friday to dispose of Zeljko Franulovic of Yugoslavia 7-5,6-9, 6-2, while Richey eliminated Tom Edlefsen of Berkeley, Calif., 6-4, 6-4. Lutz won over Tom Gorman of Seattle, Wash., 75, 64 and Fillol took Onny Parun of New Zealand 6-1, 57, 6-2. Francois Jauffret of France had to pull out of the doubles when he suffered an appendicitis attack and underwent surgery. Ilie Nastase and Ion Tiriac of Romania were awarded the

upset George Washington to advance to the finals of the tourney. Davidson and Richmond tangle tonight, with the winner earning the right to meet St. Bonaventure March 7 in a first round NCAA Tournament game at the St. John's University gym in New York In the Middle Atlantic Conference playoffs at P h i l a d e l p h i a , Temple crushed Rider, 107-74, and St. Joseph's toppled Lehigh, 6563. The winners tangle tonight for a tournament spot. In the small college division, top-ranked Stephen F. Austin downed ninthranked St. Mary's of Texas, 84-83, in the first game of a best of three series for the NAIA District 4 championship. Elsewhere, Duquesne took an easy 81-51 triumph over Steubenville, Southern California stopped California, 9-83, Princeton beat Cornell, 65-58 and Seattle walloped Denver, 7961. Big games today send leagueleading Iowa against Purdue in a Big 10 Conference showdown and Utah against Texas El Paso in a key Western Athletic Conference contest.

ike new golf pmdise in beautiful Boa Rtfo George Washington's Mike Tallent (left) drives past Univ. of Richmond's Kenny Foster during first period action. UPI Telephoto.

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Call work of crank SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (UPI)— First baseman Ernie Banks dismisses a threatening telephone call as the work of a prank. The incident was reported to FBI agents here and in Chicago, where the call was believed to have originated. "I've got a gun and I'm going to use it on Ernie Banks," the caller told Cubs' pitching coach Joe Becker. Although the call was made Thursday night, the incident was not made public until ^riday after observers noted that Banks had been removed from the practice field here and ordered to remain secluded. in the clubhouse. Becker answered the tele-

Tricky MONTREAL (UPI) — Maurice Richard of the Montreal Canadiens has more "hat tricks" — three or ^rnore goals in one game — than any other player. In 18 seasons, he has 23 three-goal games, two four-goal games and one five-goal game for a total of 26.

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phone call after the caller first asked for manager Leo Durocher and then for club president John Holland. The caller told the hotel telephone operator he was Larry Jackson, the former Cubs pitcher who has retired from baseball. But when Becker took the collect call he knew it was not Jackson. Although Banks felt the call was the work of a crank, he recalled he had received a similar threat last year when the Cubs were playing at Cincinnati.

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Industrial display planned Products and services of Boca Raton business and industry will be exhibited at the Boca Raton "Industrial Show 7 0 , " a three-day

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There are three good reasons why you will get more enjoyment out of Florida living in an Arvida condominium. The first is Boca Raton. Why? Because Boca Raton is an unspoiled community, blessed with magnificent architecture, manicured gardens, unique cultural advantages and as fine social and recreational facilities as you'll find anywhere in Florida.

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Back in 1926, Addison AAizner set the stage for the character of Boca Raton when he built the Cloisters of the Boca Raton Hotel & Club. Its charm has been preserved over the years. Even Boca's modern new shopping center is reminiscent of the style of the legendary architectural genius. Boca Raton has handsome palm-lined boulevards and the castle like grounds of the famous Hotel & Club. It has an impressive array of educational institutions. Marymount College for Girls. St. Andrews Preparatory School for Boys. And Florida Atlantic University, one of the most advanced educational institutions in the state. And just 30 minutes to the north and south are Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale with legitimate theater, fine museums...and nightlife. The social and recreational center of Boca Raton is the world famous Boca Raton Hotel & Club. With the completion of its $14,000,000 expansion and refurbishing program and Boca Raton West members will enjoy unsurpassed social and recreational facilities. Among other things, six golf courses. Probably the largest concentration of courses, not only in Florida, but anywhere. There is tennis, the famed Cabana Club, even high-goal polo on Sundays. Yachtsmen and fishermen can be out the Boca Raton Inlet in a matter of minutes. There are other reasons why you'll enjoy Florida living more in an Arvida condominium. One is the location of Arvida's condominiums in Boca Raton... on the ocean and on the Lake, near the inlet to the sea. Arvida properties in Boca Raton are the most desirable in the city. And finally you can trust the quality Arvida builds into all of its developments. For the past eleven years, Florida's largest owners and developers of fine properties have built an enviable reputation for doing what they promise and doing it right. Look for the Arvida Hallmark, your guarantee of quality. Before you make the big decision, let us show you condominium residences in Sabal Shores on the Ocean and Lake House South on Lake Boca Raton, We believe you will find the apartment you want at the price you want to pay, from $35,800 to $162,000.

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No PhD, but investor is doing pretty well stock tomorrow morning. "All those investment terms" you don't understand can be confusing, of course. However, there are various booklets especially designed to explain them which you can get free of charge by writing to the N.Y. Stock Exchange, Dept. SU, Box 252, New York City 10005. Ask for "Understanding the N.Y. Stock Exchange," "Investment Facts," "Investing on a Budget," "Investors Notebook." After that you can try the public library where you will find similar texts. I judge by now you're D's envy your knowledge of smart enough to avoid business, so let's not erect wasting your time with the any u n w a r r a n t e d "double-your-money" psychological barriers. It overnight "fiction." And never forget this: seems to me that one test of an educated man is his ability There is no formula in Wall to cope with this complex Street which takes the place world — and you're certainly of common sense and you coping, judging by the figures seem well endowed with that. Your envelope is bringing you give me. Let's start with the you a list of growth-type assumption that if this in- corporations — merely as a — and a vestable money could be suggestion employed profitably in your discussion of mutual funds. Since you are selfown business you wouldn't be looking to buy stock in XYZ employed, ask your attorney Corp. run by people in New or accountant to investigate York, Chicago or San the possibility of investing under the Keogh plan which Francisco. The next step is to decide will give you a tax advantage. whether — using what Q. — Would you please knowledge you have of large corporations — you want to comment on the use of revocable living trusts? invest in their stock. A. — Only to say that this It would seem to me that any successful operator of a should be discussed with an business — garage, retail attorney and tax expert to establishment, service in- whom you can explain your dustry — would have some particular problem. knowledge of the companies Mr. Shulsky welcomes whose products he handles. If they are corporations with written questions, but he will stock in public hands you can be able to provide answers probably find something only through the column. For investment lists, please about them and their history in the financial manuals at include a self-addressed, any large library or get a line stamped envelope. Address on them by writing directly to your equests to Sam Shulsky the corporation secretary, or in care of Boca Raton News, by asking for an analysis and P.O. Box 580, Boca Raton, financial history "of the Fla., 33432. company at any brokerage Scoring teammates firm. And if these studies still INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — leave you undecided, there's no reason why you can't turn Minnesota teammates Mel to a growth-type mutual fund Daniels and Don Freeman or closed-end investment scored 22 and 20 points company and let professional respectively to lead the East management seek out capital to a 126-120 victory over the growth opportunities for you. West in the first American Basketball Association AllA few rules can be laid Star game, Jan. 9, 1968. down at the very start: There's no need to rush into any investment. Take your time and make sure you know FRONTAGE the story. If you're ever in doubt — ON stick to quality. You won't INTRACOASTAL double your money over. night, but it's not likely you'll With the trend Boca find yourself with a worthless Raton is presently certificate in six months, taking this tract has either. an excellent Markets fluctuate. That's potential and one of Wall Street's shortest flexibility worth and best proven rules. So take exploring. your time investing. Just 3 Blocks from Proposed because you thought of the Downtown Shopping Mall Ph. 395-4957 idea today doesn't mean you Or See your Broker should move $50,000 into

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Appointment of Norman L. Park as director of public relations with the local advertising and public relations firm of Nicholas Willoeks & Assoc. was announced by Willocks. Park is a former newspaper and public relations man. In his new post, Park will supervise public relations accounts for the agency here.

JOHN B. DOLAN Telephone Area Code 305 395-9355 399-8284

Vice Pres.-Mgr. Bateman & Co. Realtors 1299 So. Ocean Boulevard Boca Raton, Florida 33432

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Bancstock changes name to General Financial Bancstock Corporation of America changed its name to General Financial Systems, Inc. at last week's annual stockholders' meeting. "The name change," said Jerry Thomas, president of the Riviera Beach, Florida holding company, "More clearly reflects the t ..^diversified activites of the company."

Thomas also reported that net earnings had risen 88 per cent over last year, from $266,270 to $567,199 or 50 cents a share compared to last year's 39 cents per share. Retained earnings for year end had increased from $664,552 to $1,236, 349 and stockholders' equity increased from $4.2 million to $6 million.

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CINCINNATI (UPI) Iodine is not only an excellent treatment for cuts and bruises; it's the best thing yet for disinfecting your backyard swimming pool. "Iodine is very effective in pools," claims Dr. Riley N. Kinman, associate professor of civil engineerings at the University of Cincinnati. "It is more stable, stays longer and doesn't cause eyeburn like chlorine. "And it isn't necessary to balance the acidity and alkalinity by using soda ash." Kinman knows whereof he speaks. He was the first in the field to win his doctorate at the University of Florida by designing, installing and operating iodination equipment for three correctional institutions in that state. He said iodinated water supply systems have the advantages of not requiring experienced personnel and that theiodine can be dispensed and metered with chemical pumps from open containers. "Iodine is a remarkable element." the 1962 University of Kentucky graduate said. "Its solubility is temperature-dependent, but it can be fed with chemical pumps. Kinman conducted iodine experiments on the water supply systems of the three Florida institutions over a six-year period with a group of 167 persons. This was only the second time such a study had been undertaken. The first was on flourides. The final result of the Florida experiment was to recommend continuance of iodination of water for the three institutions. Since then, several states, including Ohio, have approved iodination of pools and water supplies.

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lower left. San Remo, named after an Italian city, covers a 13.5 acre site between the ocean and the Intraeoastal Waterway. The Mediterranean atmosphere is captured with fountains, colonades, statuary, gates and gardens.

Proposes exemptions WASHINGTON (UPI)— With hopes of encouraging smaller families, Sen. Robert W. Packwood, R-Ore., has proposed a bill that would grant income tax exemptions only for families with three or fewer children. Packwood said Monday his legislation would let families deduct $1,000 for the first child, $750 for the second and $500 for the third. Children born before Jan. 1, 1973, would continue to rate the present $600 deduction, Paekwood said.

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Sunday, March 1, 1970 BOCA RATON NEWS 9B

Real estate transactions key to city growth »! Recent Boca Raton real '^estate transactions as compiled for the News by the Lawyers Title Insurance Corp. are listed below. Documentary stamps, listed by amount, indicate the approximate sale price in many instances. They are computed on $3 per $1,000 value; in other words a $10,000 sale would require $30 in stamps.

and Lois A. DeSisto his wife, ss TROPIC ISLE, Pl.Bk. 24-246; subj to rests, etc of record, with $114.60. Lots 40, 41 and 42, blk 47, rip. and lift, rights; W-D $10.00, VILLA RICA, in pi bk 14-73, Edward B. Breen and Anna M. Breen, h-w to Carl A. Spinnler with Improv. etc. Subi to restr etc of rec. W-D $10.00, George and Irma A. Spinnler, h-w. ss D. Kneip and Jane P. Kneip, h- $52.50. w to Henry R. Gibson and Undiv. i.-2 int. in Lot 22, Blk. 4, Frances M. Gibson, h-w. ss Replat of COUNTRY CLUB $72.60. VILLAGE, SEC. " A " , Boca LotS, blk 7, BOCA ISLANDS Raton, Pl.Bk. 25-149. Adm. deed 510.00. SEC 3, in pi bk 27-13. With improv etc. subi to restr etc of Kenneth M. Dix, as Adm, of Est rec. W-D $10.00, Leonard C. of David Rose, deed., to Bruce and Evetyne Julian and Mary A. Julian to E. D a r r e l l Kenneth C. Smith and Evan Darrell, h-w. ss S21.90. Nadine Smith, h-w. ss $97.50. Undiv. ! 2 int. as a tenant in Lot 13, Blk. 7, ROYAL OAK common in Lot 22, Blk 4, Replat COUNTRY CLUB HILLS, 1st SEC Boca Raton of pl.bk. 26-218 with imp. subi. to VILLAGE, SEC. A, PI. Bk. 25rest. etc. of rec. W-D 510.00, 149, subj to rests, etc of record Evelyn G. Kehane, and to mtge. in O.R. Bk. 854unremarried widow to Fred 1005 grantees assume. W-D $10.00, Sue Mosser Rose Herrigel, Jr. ss $84,00. KDoepper, form Sue Mosser Lot 2, Blk. 14, COUNTRY CLUB VILLAGE SEC. " B " Rose, joined by her husband, pl.bk. 26-85 subj. to rest. etc. of KermitK. Kloepperto Bruce E. rec. W-D $10.00, Arthur E. Darrell and Evelyne Darrell, Etter, single to Robert B. his wife, ss $21.90. Williams, ss $12.00. Lot 4, Blk 14, VILLA RICA, Pl.Bk. 14-73; subi forests, etc of Apt. 4, UNIVERSITY rec. W-D 510.00, Dorotha H. APARTMENTS, Decl in O.R. Bk. 1142-250 with common Downs to Mary Alice Young, ss S2.10. prop; subi to rests, etc of Lot 4, Blk 14, VILLA RICA, record and mtge. O.R. Bk. 1489593 grantee assumes. W-D $10.00, Frank Cusumano and Marcia Cusumano, his wife, to Dimitra Krstev. SSS39.00. Lot 14, Blk 3, UNIVERSITY H I L L , 2ND SEC, Pl.Bk. 27-135; subi to rests, etc of record. W-D $10.00, Don-rrow, Inc. to Russell R. Thompson and Kay A. Thompson, his wife, ss $9.00. Lot 88, TROPIC ISLES, Pl.Bk. 24-235; subi to rests, etc of record. W-D $10.00, Ralph D. Longboftom and Phyllis J . Longboftom, his wife, to Muriel McLain, married woman, ss $27.00. Lot 19, blk 7, SANDALFOOT COVE, SEC. 2, Pl.Bk. 29-15; subi to rests, etc of record and in O.R. Bk. 1729-285. W-D $10.00, United Utilities Corp. of Florida to John E. Munro, single man. ss $11.40. Unit 238 TROPIC HARBOR COND. PART FIVE, Decl in O.R. Bk. 1772-1273 with common elements and pkg. space 120; subj to rests, etc of record and lease. W-D $10.00, Tropic Harbor Development Corp. to Robert H. Smith and Helen M. Smith, his wife, ss $73.50. Lot 3, Blk. 8, L A K E FLORESTA PARK, SEC. 2, pl.bk. 26-162 subi. to 6 ft. ease for utilities and rest. etc. in OR BK. 546-780. W-D $10.00, Earl C. Blouin and Gladys M. Blouin.hw, to George S. Blodgett 111 and Nancy H. Blodgett, h-w. ss $86.40.

Lot 28, Blkl 8, SANDALFOOT COVE, SEC. 2, Pi.Bk. 1770-1749, subj. to reserv. etc. of rec. and , t r e s t . in OR BK. 1729-285. W-D **$10.0Q, United Utilities Corp. of Florida to Vincent N. Corso and Lolita M. Corso, his wife, ss $11.40. Lot 14, Blk. 5, SANDALFOOT COVE SEC. 1, Pl.Bk. 28-225 subi. to reserv. etc. of rec. and decl. in OR BK. 1729-285. W-D $10.00, United Utilities Corp. of Florida to Benjamin M . Roberts and Joyce D. Roberts, his wife, ss S12.00. Lot 13, blk 4, SANDALFOOT COVE, SEC. 1, in pi bk 28-225. Subj. to reser. etc. of rec, and to Decl. of restr. etc in OR 1729285. W-D $10.00, United Utilities Corp. of Florida to Robert Bruce and Elizabeth B. Bruce, -.»% h-w. ss $12.90. Lot 14, blk. 2 PALMETTO PARK TERRACE Unit 5 PI. Bk. 27-125 subj. to rest. etc. of rec. W-D $10.00, Jaron Homes Inc. to Peninsular Properties, Inc. ss S21.90. Lot 5, Blk 1, BEL LIDO, Pl.Bk. 25-97; subj to rests etc of record. W-D $10.00, Engineered • Products, Inc. to Joseph DiMauro and Lucille DiMauro, his wife, ss $49.50. Lot 8, Blk 66, Unit 14 BOCA RATON SQUARE, Boca Raton, Pl.Bk. 28-165; subi to rests, etc of record. W-D $10.00, Michael Gagliano, single and Frederick A L. Bunting and Elizabeth A. » ™ Bunting, h-w to G. Frederick Kuhn and Julianne Beth Kuhn, his wife, ss $23.70. Lot 20, blk 4, and Lot 6 blk 5 BEL LIDO SD pi bk. 25-97, subj to rest etc of rec and purch money mtge given by grantee to Jo Anne Kelley 1-2-70. W-D $10.00, Jo Anne Kelley, joined by her husband, Walter L. Kelley to Coastal Caribbean Corp. ss $77.10. Lot 40, T R A D E WINDS ESTATES FIRST ADD. PI. bk. 22-44 subj. to rest. etc. of rec. WD $10.00, Francis A. Macaulay and Florence'L. Macaulay, his wife to Vernon C. Bland and Lot 30, Blk. C, BOCA HARChristine Bland, his wife, ss BOUR 1ST SEC. pi. bk. 26-123 $34.50. subj. to rest. etc. of rec. and to / <^ Lot 6 blk 4, BLUE INLET, in t / f # pi bk 26-5, subj to restr etc of mtge. in OR BK. 1130-6 which rec. W-D $10.00, Herbert F. grantees assume, W-D $10.00, Myers and Bertha K. Myers, h- Harry R. Lockyer and Alice A. w to Kenneth C. Heisinger and Lockyer, his wife, to David Ruth Heisinger, h-w. ss $30.00. Edward Bone, ss $81.00. Lot 23, Blk. 4, BEL MARRA, Lot 19, Blk 7, UNIT 1, BOCA RATON SQUARE, Pl.Bk. 25- Boca Raton, pi. bk. 25-30 subj. 160, sub to rests etc of record. to rest. etc. of r e c ; W-D $10.00, W-D 510.00, Armando J . Ferrari Frank C stone and Myra B. and Viola M. Ferrari, h-w to Stone, his wife to Odilon Snow Construction, Inc. ss Huyghebart and Phyllis Marie $14.40. Huyghebart, his wife, ss $29.40. Lot 20, blk 11, CHATHAM Lot 24, Blk 56 BOCA RATON SQUARE UJMfpX pk&kaT-lOl... HILLS, S-D of Boca Raton, in pi bk'24-244. Subj to Mtge in OR subf to rest etc of rec and mtge in OR 1469-596, grantees 1736-1793, grantees assume, assumel W-D S10.00, Frank G. Subi to ease of rec.; W-D $10.00, Wonderly and Dorothy S. Leonard J . Koslow, joined by h. i Wonderly h-w to Melvin D. w, L u d m i l l a Koslow, a-k-a 9 McOmber and Dorothy M . Lydia Koslow to Catherine R. Koslow. ss $123.00. McOmber h-w. ss $86.70. Lot 18, blk 65 UNIT 17 BOCA W'2 of NWV4 Of SWVi Of NWVi „ Of SEC. 11-45-42 except N 25 ft, RATON SQUARE S-D Boca ] the S 30 ft and W 40 f t for road Raton PI. Bk. 28-215 subi. to 1 and canal purposes and o-d-a rest. etc. of r e c ; W-D $10.00, Construction I Lot 8, Blk 6, PALM BEACH Coral Manor i RANCHES (unrecorded; subi Company to Joseph Brown and to rests, etc of record and Alma H. Brown, his wife.< ss • reserv. as noted). W-D $10.00, S22.50. Lots 215 and 216, 2nd SEC. Palm Beach Ranch Lands, Inc. to Sumac Tropical Fish Hatchery, Inc. ss $12.00. Lot 5, Blk. 4, PARADISE PALMS UNIT 1, pi. t>k. 26-174 subj. to rest. etc. of rec. W-D $10.00, Bibletown Community Church, Inc. to Edward J. 'Griffin Has The Floor" t Bieber and Dorothy M. Bieber, V his wife, ss $15.00. Lot 2, Blk. " F " BOCA HARBOUR 5th SEC. Pl.Bk. 26163 subj. to rest. etc. of rec. W-D $100.00, Kathryn H. Schaumberg, unremarried widow to Charles J. Westrich and Alice B. Westrich, his wife, ss $178.50. Lot 3, Blk. 3 UNIVERSITY HILL 2nd Sec. Pl.Bk. 27-135 subj. to rest. etc. of rec. W-D S10.00, Don-Arrow Inc. to Joseph F. Herman and Hollie R. Herman, his wife, ss $9.00. Lot 5 bik. 7 UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 1st A D D I T I O N Pl.Bk. 25 153 subj. to rest etc. ^ and mtge. in OR Bk. 1750-1499 138 N. Federal Hwy. ^.ty grantees assume. W-D S10.00, S.L.M. Development CarDel ray Beach s' porafion to Rocco N. DeSisto 391-4555

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Pl.Bk. 14-73, subi to rests, etc of rec. W-D $10.00, Mary Alice Young to J. J. Harrington 8. Co. ss 52.10. Lot 5 Blk 17 UNIT I I I , BOCA RATON SQUARE p! bk 26-38, imp. subi to rest etc of rec. W-D S10.00, Foundation Investment Co., Inc. to Richard Claret and Elana M. Claret, h-w. ss $80.70. Lot 21, Blk 4, L A K E FLORESTA PARK 2ND SEC, Pl.Bk. 26-162, subj to rests etc of record and mtge. in O.R. Bk. 1736 343 grantees assume. W-D $10.00, Florida Construction Company, Inc. to Leslie Derfler and A. Gunilla Derfler, h-w. ss $110.10. Lot 19 Blk 5 SANDALFOOT COVE Sec one pi bk 28-225, W-D $10.00 United Utilities Corp. of Florida to Marie M. Johnson, married SS $11.40. Lot 2 blk 8 SPANISH RIVER LAN D CO. Unit 3 pi bk 26-91 WD $10.00 Itvenus Development and Industrial Corp. to Thomas Koch and Patricia A. Koch, his wife SS $174.00. Lot 15, Blk A-1, UNIVERSITY PARK COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES University Park, PI. Bk. 26-148 W-D S10.00 Roy Barrett and Ruth Barrett, h-w

to Howard P. Lambert and Marjory A. Lambert, his wife SS $59.70. Lot 10, Blk 4, BEL-AAARRA, PI bk 25-30 W-D $10.00 Frank J. Spalla and Josephine Spalla, hw to Dorothy T. Albright, married SS S26.40. Lot 30 thru 33, incl. less N 35 ft. of Rd R-W Blk 79 P.B. FARMS CO. PLAT No. 10 NORTH DEERFIELD, PI. Bk 6-11 W-D $10.00 George B. Henneberg and Ruth E. Henneberg, his wife to James R. Kaminski and Sharon E. Kaminski, his wife SS S25.20. N 100 f t of Lot 4, Blk 10, SPANISH RIVER LAND CO.'S UNIT 1, Boca Raton PI Bk 16-90 W-D $10.00 James L. Emerick and Grace K. Emerick, h-w to Irma F. Bender SS S124.50. Lot 10, Blk 4, BEL MARRA, pi bk 25-30 W-D $10.00 Frank J . Spalla and Josephine Spalla, hw t o Dorothy T. Albright, married SS $26.40. Lot 1 Blk 48 BOCA RATON SQUARE UNIT IX pi bk 27-101 W-D $10.00 Robert E. Hamblin and Ruth N. Hamblin h-w to Claude T. Bush and Mary Bush h-w SS S109.50. S 75 ft lot 9 Blk 23 CAMINO

GARDENS Sec. 3 PI Bk 28-103 W-D $10.00 Camino Gardens, inc. to Hamilton M. N\cCroskery and Rudith L. McCroskery SS $24.90. Lot 32, Blk. 25, ROYAL PALM YACHT AND COMPANY CLUB S-D, pl.bk. 26-57 subi. to rest. etc. of rec. W-D 510.00, Kathryn Owens, exec, of Est. of Earl R. Spencer, deed, to Terry W. Kuhn and Jewel Baker Kuhn, his wife ss $196.20. Lots 29 8. 30 Blk 41 PALM BEACH FARMS CO. PLAT OF NORTH DEERFIELD Plk Bk. 6-14 subi to rest etc of record W-d $10.00 Martha L. Welden, joined by her husband Wallace 'B. Weldon to Frances C. Fox, widow & Margaret E. Thomas single, SS$7.50. Lot 27, Blk 2, ROYAL OAK HILLS, 1st SEC, Boca Raton, PI. Bk. 26-218 W-D S10.00 Cranfil C. Shaw and Lucille T. Shaw, hw to Albert Fitzgerald and Elena R. Fitzgerald, h-w SS $105.00. Lot 11 Blk 17, BOCA WOODS Boca Raton pi bk 25-17 Exec deed $3200.00 Dorothy K. Dyer, exec of est. of Robert T. Kinch, Sr. to Sun Del Corp. SS $9.60.

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Sandalfoot Cove is unlike any community you have ever seen. Planned on a scale never before attempted, it establishes a trend for large, full-facility communities designed for mobile and modular home living. Size alone does not guarantee quality, but the trend-setting size of Sandalfoot Cove is important because it can provide a broad, unmatched range of full facilities and features.

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Looking for better living Floridastyle? All these reasons and more are why we say Sandalfoot Cove is your "Answer." Did you realise iiwuiit-lwiue living cuuid be like ihisC BEFORE SANDALFOOT COVE, mobile/modular home living was never like this! Here is the atmosphere of the finest residential country club area. Here you can choose a waterfront or golf course location in an all-adult or family section. Your home will occupy a double-size lot completely landscaped and maintained on a winding, paved, lighted street. Come choose your home and lot today while there is still a good selection.

Sandalfoot Cove offers two great golf courses—18 championship holes plus a smart 9-hole executive course — that will satisfy high and low handicappers. Both were created by worldfamous course architect, Robert Von Hagge, working with Australian pro star Bruce Devlin. A magnificent BahamaColonial club house is golf headquarters at Sandalfoot Cove.



Big homesites-6,000 square feet



Fully sodded and landscaped



Maintained and watered for you



City water, sewer, gas



Power and phone underground



Two paved parking spaces per lot



Wide paved streets with curb and gutter

Fishing is great at Sandalfoot Cove on the Hillsboro Canal. A marina and boat launching ramp are part of the million dollar recreational complex of this mobile/modular home country club community. Residential areas are interlaced by waterways leading into the canal and its 10 miles of uninterrupted fresh water fun for outdoorsmen.

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Think of the thrill of moving into a home in which everything is new — furniture, carpets, drapes, appliances. You'll find new home models at Sandalfoot Cove which provide as much room — and more comfort — than most apartments and many of today's conventional homes. Here is beauty and convenience to satisfy the woman; with durability and freedom from maintenance to satisfy the man.

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IF YOU CAN'T COME OUT TODAY, phone 399-6700 . . . (from Miami use toll-free line 944-5930); or mail the coupon at right for full information. DIRECTIONS: Sandalfoot Cove is on the east side of U.S. 441 just north of the Palm Beach county line and west of Boca Raton. Take any artery west to U.S. 441 and turn north (from Broward) or south (from Palm Beach). From Turnpike use Exit 6.

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Entrance boulevards with mercury-vapor lighting



Charming gas lights on residential streets



Choice of waterfront, golf course, standard lots



You own your own lot no rent increases



Two golf courses — Championship 18, Executive 9



Million-dollar fun facilities



Beautiful 2-story full-service Club House



No country club entrance fee



Swimming pools, shuffleboard by Nidy, tennis, saunas



Motor Lodge and marina



Great fresh-water fishing



On Hiilsboro Canal — at entrance to Loxahatchee Preserve



"Showcase" of more than 30 models



Home & lot "package" With Convenient Financing



Separate neighborhoods for senior citizens, families with children, pets



On U.S. 4 4 1 , convenient to shopping, schools, churches



Planned shopping within community itself



Designed by specialists — developed by experienced public company

If you are looking for ways to spend less for living...save more for fun . . . these are reasons why Sandalfoot Cove is your "Answer."

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Bath Indust 280 -191/4 59 65 +8 2 65 18 — % G Aldpf 3.15 dl W, CunDrug.48 X35 19V2 18 40 34 Kopper pf 4 112 44 4 2 % 43V2+ *4 NoCentRy 4 313/4 34 + 2 Bath I pf l'A 8 471/2 45 3 531/2 52V2 52V2—2V2 I6V4+ % Glen Aid p f 3 B0 16*4 16 Z50 58 Koracorp In 474 25 57V2 57V2 24 241/2+ Vs 571/2—8V2 BauschL .80 1200 59'A 55 NollIGS 1.68 32V2+ % 281/4— 1 / 4 32'/2 2 32*4 Curt Wr A 2 28% S T A N D A R D & POOR 500 S T O C K I N D E X GlenApf 21/4 28V4 Kraftco 1.70 53 10 9% 9*4— VB NolnPS 1.14 524 28V4 27 28V4 + I1/4 Baxter L .10 1077 3 3 % 31V2 32%+ % CutlerH1.20 245 17*4 15*4 17 + 1/4 Kresge S .40 432 39 H i g h L o w Close C h g 27 26'/e 261/2— % Global M a r 37 VB 39 + 1 %NoNtGs2.60 90 29V2 2 8 % 29V2+ *4 % Cyclops 1.90 Bayuk C .50 9% 31 10V2 425 i n d u s t r i a l s 96.01 96.57 98 0 1 + 1.34 60 16% 153/4 16V8+ 1/2 34 32'A 31 '/2 32 + % GlobeUn .80 Kroehlr .80a 711 571/4 55 5 7 ' A + 2 Z350 73 71V2 71V2 .11 4W% 47V2 Bearings 1 NONGpf 5.60 31*4+ % 20 R a i l r o a d s 37.99 36.43 37 9 9 + 1 44 291 31*4 29% 671/B Goodrh 1.72 211/2 Kroger 1.30 25 2OV2 2 I V 2 + I 29B 39 37*4 BeatFoods1 205 2 0 % 19 201.4+ Va NoNGpf 6.B4 27V2+1 55 U t i l i t i e s 58.44 56.43 58.64+ 1M 797 27V2 25% GoodyrT .85 -D, D714 31V4 30Va 31 + % N0NGpf8.48 Z1790 102*4 102 102 4 102 100 BeatFd pf 4 10B 39 3 7 % 39 + 2 % 24Vi— *4 500 Stocks 89.50 87.99 89.50+ 1.47 24 53 25 j " . ' ' * DanRiv ,2Sd lOVe 11 + % GordonJ .24 L. L — 114 11 411 43*4 41 Beckm .I2d 1097 3 7 % 36 37V4 + 1 31V4+ % No Pac 2.60 172 40% 38% 311/4 X46 32 Dana C p l ' A X179 23 2PA 23 +1 Gould In 1.40 Laclede 1.40 220 20*4 19*4 203/4+lVe NoStPwl.60 — Va BectonD.30 X410 58*4 57 X9D 18% ISVa 1 8 % + 1 231/4+ % D a r t In .30g 437 50*4 49*4 50*4— 1/4 Grace W VA 502 23*4 22 16 22*4 221.4 22Va+ Vs NOSPpf3.60 LamsonSn 1 86 15% 14*4 ' BeechAr .75 X1532 23V2 20*4 23*4+21/2 65 38Va 36*4 38 + % LaneBr 1.20 Dartlndpf 2 64 54V2 53V4 54VB+ VB Granby 1.60 78 36V4 35V4 3 6 V a + % NoSPpf4.08 Z90 2 6 % 26 Beech C r k 2 27V2+1 'A X77 28V2 26V4 28V2+2*4 97 2 1 % 21 2 T / 2 + 1/2 Grand U .80 336 28V2 LanvinR .68 824 3 7 % 36V2 3 7 V 4 + 1A BelcoPet .50 283 31 291/a X99 35V2 311/2 35V2+4% NoSPpf4.10 332 15% 14V4 15%+1*4 LanvRpf .80 Daycopf4>A Z200 76'/2 76 7 6 V 2 . . . . . GraniteC Stl 9 46V2 46V2 46V2— 1/2 N0SPpf4.11 107 2 1 % 19 BeldgH .6O3 3 1 % + 1/4 29 15*4 15'A 15V2 LatrobeS .60 263* 2 5 % 26=A 28 14V2 14V8 32% 331/2—1/4 DayfonH .50 x96 32 31V2 2 4 % + 1/2 Granitvlle 1 Bell8.HH .60 233 35 NoSPpf4.56 1387 50V2— 1/2 Lear Sie .50 266 20 5 1 % 49 11 _ v, D a y P L t l . 6 0 444 24% 23% 1BV4 Grant WIV2 34% 31*4 33*4+ % 484 1 4 % 12% Beil Ipiercn IJ n NgateE.50b 51 51 DPLpf A 3*4 z70 53'/a 52'/253V2+1V4 Grant pf 3*4 Z350 51 4 5 % 49 +3% LearS pf I'A 24 49 65 54Va 59%+1 , Bemis Co 1 47 22*4 21 NorthropC 1 24*4— VB DPLpfB3*4 z30 51W511/4 511/2 17V4 18%+HA Leasco Dta 48 25% 24*4 GrayDr 1.20 925 19% 57V2 52V4 531/2—4 Bendix 1.60 264 3 0 % 29*4 'A 31Va 32%+l% N t h r p p f i . 4 5 Z70 97 9 6 % 97 +1 NEW YORK (UPD—Bonds traded on GrfA&P 1.30 204 26 508 33 I8V4 17V4 18 25V4 25%+ 1/4 Leascpf 2.20 47*4 491/2+V^ Bendix pf 3 16 50 NwstAirl.45 13 + 1 / 4 Deere &C02 26% Leaswy .50g 41%+ % x63B 42 the New York Stock Exchange this week, t '• 40% 62 27V2 GtN Ir 1.35b 38V2 36% 38Vs+ *4 Ban Fin 1.60 392 47*4 441/s 47Vs+2 12 13V4 12*4 46VS+?/B Leeds&N .50 W E E K L Y BOND SALES * * DelP8.Ll.12 23 18% 19*4+ *4 IBS 19*4 23V2 46V2 GrtNPa1.60 418 31*4 2 3 % + Va 31 31%+ % 45V2 31V2 32 + 1/4 Ben F pf 2Va 7390 32 94 N w s t indust Total for the week s 63 999,000 12%+ 1/4 Leesona .40 Del M n t l . 1 0 IBVa 1354. 23%+l 121 24*4 22% 48 19 G N P a p f .40 201/4 20 20V4+ 1/4 12V2 135 141 + 6 Nowstlnpf5 Ben F pf 5'/! X18 13 15 141 Week ago '.$68,387,300 4 1 % 44%+2V4 LehPCm .60 Delta A i r .40 1287 341A 31'A 341/4+2*4 G t N o r R w y 3 13% 15 94 38 38 + 2 36Va 44*4 Nwstlpf4.20 391/B+ 139 36 75V2 73 75Va+l*4 Deltec Intnl Ben F p f 4.30 Year ago s 71,842,500 71/4 8V2 9% 9V4 119 9V2+ i/a Gt West Fin 5213 24V2 21*4 22%+ % Leh Val Ind 549 54 + VA NwstlnpfCS 5214 521/2—1 10V4 Ben F pf4V2 zl70 57 55'A 57 . . . Two years ago s 64,400,300 20 22%+2*6 Lehm 1.47d Dennisn .60 17*4 206 211/2 19'/2 2VA+1*4 381 1 9 % 3 3 % 32*4 33V2+1% + Vs N w s t steel 2 Gt WsUn .90 1283 23 27%+ 1/4 Benguetlnc 2371 11'A 10Va 10%— ' 4% 26%

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Interest reduction helps generate demand By HOWARD LUXENBERG UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UPI)—Demand for stocks boiled over this week following a reduction in the prime interest rate by a few of the nation's small banks. The Dow Jones industrial average, the closely watched barometer of blue chips, scored its best weekly advance in four months with a rise of 20,13 to 777.59. Other major indicators also turned in strong performances. The UPI market indicator, measuring all stocks traded, shot up 1.92 per cent to 94.95, while the New York Stock Exchange index mirrored a rise of 90 cents to $50.10 in the average common share price. Standard & Poor's 500 stock index rose 1.47 to 89.50. The Dow Jones transportation average moved up 6.82 to

177.58, with DJ utilities ahead 5.08 to 115.25. Turnover amounted to 48,477,566 shares during the four-day week (the exchmange was closed Monday in observance of Washington's Birthday) compared with 55,574,840 shares the previous week, and 53,272,160 shares which changed hands during the year ago period. Of the 1,728 issues crossing the tape, 1,165 advanced, 416 retreated. There were 641969-70 new highs set, and 62 new lows. Three small banks sliced the prime rate—that charged business customers with a grade A credit rating—to 8 per cent from 8% per cent. Tight credit and record high interest rates have pressured the market for over a year. Although major banks attached no importance to the move, Wall Street interpreted it as "a sign that the days

of tight credit may be numbered." Herman Roseman, vice president of Argus Research Corp., an investment advisory service, said "this is what people have been looking for, but we stillhave to see if the larger institutions will follow suit." "It is a definite sign of an easing in money rates if it is followed by major prime rate banks in New York, Boston and Chicago," Saul Smerling of Standard & Poor's noted. Fred Anschell, analyst for Shearson, HammUl brokerage, said "my initial reaction is that it is still too early for major banks to lower interest rates." He added that until there is clear indication that larger banks will join the ranks, the move must be regarded as a short term factor. Newton Zinder, analyst for W. E. Hutton & Co., noted

"it is a strong straw in the wind of what is coming." He added that it suggests that the next move in interest rates is down. New York bankers, meantime, were quick to point out that the prime rate cuts were made by small banks not subject to the same money market conditions as the larger banks. They noted, moreover, that not all the small commercial banks around the country followed the big banks up to the record 8V4 per cent level last June. In addition, Under Secretary of the Treasury Chads E. Walker cautioned that the prime rate action "should not be taken as an indication" that the big commercial banks are going to follow suit. Among the stock groups in higher gear were chemicals, rails, airlines and motors.

Complete American Stock Exchange listings 1 121/4 121/4 121/4— 1/4 F: . F — S18 1 2 % 1 1 % 1 1 % — V2 Fab Ind Inc 33 13% 13Vi 65 121/2 1 1 % 12V4+ 1/4 Fabien .40g 7% 7% 18 5Ve 11 5 % 5Vs— VA Fabrics Nat 83/4 6 9V8 150 1 1 % IOV4 10%— 1/2 FairNol .16g 87 63,4 63A 8 2 2 % 22Vs 22V2+ % Fairmn .12b 53/4 7 5'A 3 71 2 2 % 221/4 22%+ % Falcon Sbd 47 10 A lOVa 6 5'/2 7 5V2 5V2 7 FamRec .60 6% 651 7 5% FedMrt .40g 7 +1 28 15V4 143,4 323 17% 16 16%— % Fed Resour 5% 6Vi 435 21 6 5% 6 . . . Federal Inc 9VB 9V2 38 32 1 2 % IP/4 12 IIV2 10% 11 — % Felmont Oil 122 I8V2 15% 1 7 % + P A Felsway .32 215 293/4 2 7 % 2fl 4 5 % 451/B 4 5 ' / B — % Fibrebd wfs 60 12V4 11V4 48 41,4 223 133* ld'A 4 4 V B + i/a Fields Plasf 167 13V8 111/8 87 121/4 1 1 % 121/4+ % : Filmwy .20b 70 15V2 1 4 % 504 19V2 17% 18 + 1/4 FiltrDy ,01b FinCpSB .20 107 2 2 % 2 0 % 9Ve 91/2 5 9V2 All sales in hundreds (00) omitted 13V2 FinGen ,24g 150 W e C.C— except for those designated (z? which are Cabfecom 10 1 6 % 153/4 122 14V2 13V2 133/1+ 1/4 Fst Conn .60 traded in 10 share lots and carried in Caldor In 5k 43/4 5V4 44 First N Rlfy 25 17V4 1 6 % 171/4+ 3,a f u l l . DIVIDENDS: are annual rate unless Cal Comptr IVA 3 67 5B8 3 2 % 29V2 29%—13,% First NR ws otherwise identified: (a) plus extra; !b) Campb Chib I6V4 18 98 FstS Ln .10d 920 l l t B 9tl3 Ilt4 +1 paid last year; (c) payment on CampMh .30 205 24V2 211/2 163 13V4 101/4 12 +21/4 FischerPt3i accumulated dividends; (d) declared or Cdn Ex Gas 2 14'/2 14V2 Fishman .40 18B 5t6 5 5 t l — t5 paid so far this year, no regular rate; Can Gridoii 646 2 1 % 193/4 111 10% 91/2 9'/2— 3/4 FleetEnt .16 (e) cash p!us stock; (g).annual rate plus CdnHmsted 5198 14V4 7 25% 25Ve Flight Safty 10 IIVB—2V2 stock dividend; (h) paid this year—latest Can InP 1.80 4% 4V2 25 10 2 4 % 23% 2 4 % + % Fla Capital dividend omitted; (i) per cent in stock; Cdn Javelin 19 14V4 13% 150 1 3 % 12% 12%— 1/4 Flowers lnd (k) per cent in stock paid last year; (q) Can Marcon 6 103/4 IOV2 Fluke Jon3i 172 4 % 41/2 4 % in bankruptcy-receivership or reorganiza- Cdn Sup Oil 143A 28 15 Foodrm .30 69 31 30V2 3 0 % + 1 tion; (s) capital distribution; (x) ex- Canavral 3k 121 9 8 8 — % Ford Can 2 Z470 56V4 55Va dividend; (wi) when issued. Canoga Inds 312 2 2 % 18% 127 6V2 5% 5=A + 1/4 For City .25 FRACTIONS: (f) indicates following Cap ind .16d 159 213,4 20V4 ForestLb 2k 26 4 8 % 473A 483A+1 figure is fraction in 32nds; (i) indicates CapProd .15 Four Seasns 2193 45V2 351/2 56 16% 16% 16%+ % following figure is fraction in 64ths; (r) Career Ack 667 433/4 39V2 FklnMnt .10 757 2O'/a 17% 17%—2 following figure is fraction in 256ths) (t) Caressa Inc 8% 91/2 43 23 10% lOVa 103,4+ 44 FrankR .64b indicates following figure is fraction in Carnatn 1.60 FranksN .60 27 23VB 2 1 % 34 110% 110 1 1 0 % + 1/4 16ths. 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Wnfwth .10d SelgLatz .80 17 143* 7.40 7.50 7.60 + .07 14V4 17 191/2 18% 19V2+1 1 WestChP .90 Eqt Gr 17.76 17.52 -17.76 4 .29 Sovr In 1U/2 1 1 % 122 8 % . . 13.40 13 10 13.40 4 .32 8V4+ VB Sequya Ind 275 27V4 23V2 27V4+3 WstlntHI .20 Essex 16.83 14.42 16.75 + .10 Spectra 5% 6V2— Va 8.65 8.67 8.7. . -- .01 64% 65V4+ 1/2 Servisco .38 106 69 9 8V2 197 8V2— 1/2 Everst 12.61 12.49 12.61 4 .07 St Farm . . 133/4 133/4— % Westate Pet 5.20 5.17 5.19 -I- .03 122 34 32% 33V4— % Servo Corp 5VB 5% 45 5% Westb Fash Fairfld 10.65 10.52 10.65 4 . 1 0 State St 5Va 5V4 45.25 44.75 45.25 + .75 142 7 6%— % Seton Co .45 53/4 4V2 89B 5%+ % Fm Bur 10.57 10.40 10.54 4- .20 844 8%+ % Westec Cp 11 10V4 IOV4— % shaer Sh .36 23 181/8 171/s 17V2+ Va West Fin Cp Fed Grth 13.03 12.75 13.03 + .30 53A 5 % + VB STEADMAN FUNDS: 16 153,4 16 — Va Shahmoon 7% 8V4 49 Fid Cap 11.19 10.96 11.19 + .29 8 A m Ind 10.39 10.15 10.39 + .24 6% 63,4— % Wst Nuclear 241/4 2OV2 2 1 % — % shattuck Dn 302 Fid Fund 15.20 14.90 15.20 + .34 6 6V4+ VB 6% Frdcy 4.54 6.47 6.54 + .05 5 5%+ % Westn Orbis 26V2 23% 26>A+2V8 sheffldW.50 Fid Trnd 23.25 22.91 23.23 + .31 48V2 503A 51 50%+2 Sci Gr 4.24 4.14 4.24 + .0B 10 10%— % West Un Inf 6Va 5% 6 — Va sherwd M e d FINANCIAL PROGRAMS: 414 42VA 4 0 % 40%—2Vs 561A 5 6 % + 1/4 Whlbrtr.60a 273,4 27 271/2+ 1/4 siboney Cp Dyn 6.37 6.22 6.37 + .14 S T E I N R O E FDS: 9Va 9V4 8 9Vi+ VB Whippny .60 2% 3 + 1/4 3 7t8 6tl3 716 + t6 s i e r r a p a c i f Ind 4.03 3.98 4.03 + .05 % 9 % lO ^ 92 11 Va 831 18.91 18.68 18.86 + .20 13 14%+ % WhitCab .50 Inc 6.19 6.10 6.19 + .11 Cap 3% 3V2 13.44 13.34 13.36 P .03 3%+ Va 55 6Vs 5% 6VB Sierracin 133/4 1 4 % — Va White Eagle Vent 8.32 8.05 8.32 + .26 Stock . . . . 13.39 13.18 13.34 + .07 544 6 5% 54 59% 591/4 593A— 1/4 s i F C O .50g 10 10 — 1/4 Whitehal El 1st Inv Ds B.59 8.53 8.56 — .03 Sup Inv 6.85 + .11 6.85 6.74 16 20 1 9 % 193,4— 1/4 53,4 5 5 % + 3/4 s i g m a 1 5pg W h i t i n g IV2 93/, !<) _ VJ, 1st F Va 10.42 10.25 10.42 + .25 Sup Insm . . 9.63 + .19 9.63 9.45 4% 5V4 120 5Va— Vs 16 14% 1 4 % - 1 ' A s i g n e t c p . 6 0 8 81/4+ V4 W h i t a k e r w t 1st In G 9.13 9.02 9.13 4 .13 Syncro 10.66 10.31 10.66 ?T .34 73 544— 1/8 5% 5% Wichita Ind 8V2 9%+l% 14.93 17.10 /s .02 TMR Ap .. 17.10 1st In 5 8.58 8.51 8.58 + .16 WillcoxGibbs 59 16% 16 45% 393A 40 -2i/4 I K s Y H S 5% 5%— Va 9.38 + .23 9.3B 9.19 Fst Multi 9.16 9.05 9.16 + .10 Tchers 75 4 0 % 383/4 39 + % ^9% 844 B%+% HSwnfnju 9.38 + .23 9.19 ....'. 9.38 9 9 V 4 + i/s Willhouse Fst Nat 7.48 7.40 7.47 + .09 Technic 2B6 7% 7V4 73A+ % Simp In ,25g 5.89 6.01 Technic 6.01 +..15 17V2 1 7 4 4 — 1 % WilshireOUi Fst Sierr 42.68 41.86 42.68+1.10 6% 27Ve 63/4+ Vi Wilson Bros 23 6Vi Simplex Wir 7.01 7.16 + .15 7.16 Tech Fd . . . 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Community school answers demand for 'relevant' education ByJOHNOPEL John Dewey, the American philosopher who laid the foundation for today's public education system, would probably be right at home on today's campuses ... regardless of the dissent and protest. Dr. Ernest O. Melby — recipient Friday of the annual distinguished service award of the John Dewey Society — thinks Dewey would have welcomed dialogue on any educational subjects, but would have drawn the line at orderly protest. "He would be strong for giving everyone a hearing," Melby said, "and for dialogue and consideration of these problems." Melby, who holds the title of distinguished professor of education at Florida Atlantic University, is a veteran of more than a half-century in education, starting out as a classroom teacher. The John Dewey Society is one of the most distinguished groups of educators in the country and devotes itself to the study of education and culture. It gives one award each year. Melby also sees the current emphasis community school programs, such as that at J. C. Mitchell School, as an outgrowth of Dewey's philosophy and a direct answer to some of education's most biting critics. The community school program, he notes, is directed specifically to being "relevant" to the needs of the community. And that goal is consistent with Dewey's demand that public education be relevant to live in America.

Here are some other thoughts on Dewey and education by the award winning educator: Q. Just who was John Dewey? A. He probably is America's best known philosopher. He laid the foundation for an American philosophical approach to life. It was very closely integrated with American political ideas ... he took the position that education ought to help people understand the American idea and translate it into the reality of education for all of our children and all of our people. Q. Much of what we think of as free public education owes its origins to John Dewey, doesn't it? A. Yes. He sort of interpreted the meaning of American public education ... gave it a philosophical foundation. Q. You're working with the center for Community Education here at Florida Atlantic University. How did you arrive in this field? A. The longer I worked in education, the more I began to see that formal education in schools and colleges — the three R's — often didn't do very much for people as far as citizenship or thenown character development is concerned. And I began to see what a large'rolejcommunitiesplay ^specially in American where we have incomparably rich community resources, resources ... in education. Q. What are some of these community resources which Boca Raton might have? A. Look at the people we have. For example, I live in Camino Gardens ... I've never taken an inventory, but the

people who live there, a great majority of people who live there, have been executives in corporations; they've been doctors, they've been lawyers ... everything you can think of. If anyone could figure out how to tap these resources .... The thing that really strikes me is that the educational problem is a tremendous problem, but the resources are also tremendous. How do we bring the need and the resources together? That is what we're trying to do in the Center for Community Education ... in the J.C. Mitchell Community School here in Boca Raton. We're trying to broaden the dimensions of education so that it is not only the schools but the mobilization of all the resources of the community. Q. Did John Dewey's philosophy anticipate this broadening of education? A. John Dewey probably did not sense all of the things we see today in this direction ... but he sensed the philosophical background, and in a way laid a foundation in the realm of ideas. He anticipated this kind of thing. Q. What specifically were some of the ways in which Dewey anticipated this? A. He emphasized the importance of people; the stress on the importance citizenship; the stress on the success of the democratic form of government and the education of the people. Q. What about vocational training? A. Well, of course, vocational training is part of the picture. At the present time ... unskilled labor is

disappearing in America at a frightful rate. We're getting to the point where there isn't anything for uneducated people — or unskilled people — to do. You have to have a saleable skill today ... if you don't, you're in a bad way in America today. There is no dirt to shovel anymore, no ditches to dig. What we're really up against is that we have to educate everybody. Q. Is that possible? A. We can't counterance educational failures. Some how or other, every child has to be given an education and it should leave school either with a saleable skill or an education that will enable him to go on to further studies. The job we've got to do in education is rooted in our economy, in the nature of our technological society ... which has moved in such a direction that unskilled people have a dark outlook. This is a brutal fact, but it is a fact of our society. Q. What do you mean by a dark outlook? A. They're going to have to spend their lives in odd jobs, intermittently unemployed, low income. What a tragedy it is for any person today to enter what should be the productive part of his life without the saleable skill that will make him a selfsupporting individual at a decent level. Q. How does one go about getting these saleable skills ... where can persons without them turn? A. In many instances, the best people to provide vocational education are the industries themselves. But there is basic education that the person needs to avail himself of what they can

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do. And so schools can do something to help persons to read and write, learn simple mathematics, perhaps more important is to develop the kind of person who can be trusted... can work with other people. Q. How can education cope with some of the pressing ghetto problems? A. Basic to this whole (education) is that the child develop a good self image. The trouble in the ghetto with our poor today is that so many of the children develop a bad self image: they fail in school, they make up their minds they can't learn; they develop a negative attitude toward the whole economic establishment; toward people ... one of the most discouraging things when they quit school is not only the fact that they didn't complete their education ... the worst thing is that they learned they can't learn. Q. It seems that education for saleable skills is easier for girls — typing, bckkeeping, etc. — than for

boys to get in our high schools? A. School has always fitted girls better than boys. Girls mature more rapidly than boys. They do better in the early grades. Boys are always up against it in school... it isn't until after they get through high school and get to college that the boys really make the grade. A boy that doesn't get through high school and get into college is lost. And when you face the fact that even in America ... the lowest 20 per cent income group produced less than 4 per cent of the college students. The terrible thing in education is to be poor ... the important thing in getting an education is to come from a middle class home. Children who come from middle class homes get along well in school for the most part, but children who come from poor homes have trouble in school We have not learned how to educate the poor.

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Latin America ivaits for the good life By R, J.ALLEN London Financial Times-UPI BUENOS AIRES—For most Latin Americans, life is spent waiting. On the land, they wait for the crop to grow; in the town they line up for a job and a home; the man sits waiting for his luck to change, the woman for another child. Over 25 per cent of Latin America's adult male population is unemployed. About 25 per cent of the entire population is under ten years of age. The continent's population, about 260 million today, will increase by 85 million before the end of the decade. With the population rising faster than any other region in the world and migration from countryside to town steadily increasing, the traditional structure of Latin American society is fast disintegrating. Ironically, it was one of the oldest bastions of society—the Roman Catholic Church—that began to change itself first. During the 1960s, many of the changes in the Latin American church were internal, with progressive priests and bishops struggling against centuries of conservatism. But by the end of the decade the church had committed itself to provoking change and its impact in the 1970s will undoubtedly be enormous. In the 1960s, most established political parties, including the Communists, failed to react to the urgent needs of the fas Changing regions and unknowingly have

probably condemned themselves to extinction. In place of them, assorted groups of extremists have emerged. In many cases, there guerrillas are being aided by leftist priests, since their mutual interests are obvious. The guerrillas and the progressive priests demand immediate agrarian reform, sweeping nationalizations of foreign companies and public utilities, crash education and housing programmes and drastically reduced military spending. Over 42 per cent of the active population of Latin America still works on the land, yet the continent cannot feed itself adequately. Feudalism and a lack of gainful employment is driving millions of people into the city slums year after year. Land reform is needed in many cases to break the stagnation of centuries. It is often uneconomical to parcel the land for distribution to peasants. The cooperative system adopted last year in Peru seems more likely to bring the personal incentive of ownership to the workers, while retaining economic size units. However, more pressing is the need to introduce modern methods to develop both Latin America's natural agricultural wealth and somehow slow the pace of migration to the cities. Vast and growing slums will provide the largest obstacle to the continent's

1960s in a state of political and reforms and popular support. ideological exhaustion yet still restless It was at this point that the leftistto find a way out of the cul-de-sac of nationalist military government came backwardness. Two movements emerged: In Brazil, to power in Peru, offering a new ideological alternative to the continent the army overthrew President Joao and bringing about the biggest Goulart and imposed an authoritarian political change in Latin America regime which, under three presidents, since the Cuban Revolution nine years :*:-:*:^:*S£:S^^ has already lasted six years and could earlier. Now, just 15 months after the last many more. Within two years the overthrow of President Fernando second largest country in Latin Belaunde Terry's government, the America —Argentina —followed entire panorama of political thought Brazil's example. That government is has changed in the continent. EDITOR'S NOTE: Underdeveloped also still in power. and overpopulated, Latin America looks with hope to the 1970s for Peru's junta, headed by President But in Chile, also in 1964, another Juan Velasco Alvarado, began with a solutions to its problems. In this movement reached fruition. Latin typically nationalist and populist move dispatch, a veteran British observer of the Latin American scene sizes up the America's first Christian Democrat of expropriating a large United States government came to power under company area's challengers—and chances. —Standard Oil's President Eduardo Frei and behind International Petroleum Company — the catching slogan of a "Revolution in which had been a thorn in the country's liberty." In the following few years, side for over 40 years. Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela houses. formed a loose ideological ailians of When the United States began to Family planning remains officially moderately progressive governments threaten sanctions if satisfactory and religiously taboo in most countries trying to stave off the forces of compensation were not quickly paid, and abortion and infant mortality are revolution by economic development Peru was surprised to find itself with consequently higher here than within the capitalist system. the diplomatic support of many other elsewhere. Latin American governments. Education in the continent suffers, All these governments, however, like so many other social ills, from the found their congresses could easily Eventually, the United States lack of money, trained personnel and block their reform plans and relations decided not to impose formal sanctions governmental priorities. between the two branches of against Peru, but restorted instead to On the political scene, Latin government were often tense. pressuring most American companies America is entering the 1970s on a against investing or lend there. The right-win military governments wave of nationalism that could as The importance of Peru's socalled easily turn towards communism as that ruled over 100 million people in Nasserite movement (after Egypt's Argentina and Brazil had achieved fascism. financial stability, but at the cost of Gamal Abdel Nasser) was reflected by Latin America emerged from the more urgently-needed structural unrest in the armies of other large social development and stability in the 1970s. Some governments have launched urgent low-cost housing programs, but invariably the migration rate is greater than the number of new

countries, notably Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Venezuela. As the 1970s begin, the pressure for change is mounting in each country and the continent's armies are increasingly seen as the only instruments capable of instituting urgent change. Washington has already felt the pressure of this new unity. This February's meeting in Caracas of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council illustrated the change. No longer did Latin America wait on Washington's charity. It demanded free entry to the United States markets for its goods and claimed compensation for violations of their agreement with the United States. The United States heard the demands and agreed to the creation of new negotiating units in which the United States could be called to account for any new restrictions on Latin American goods. It rejected any suggestion of compensation. The two regions, one fighting for its life and the other fighting for its interests, have gone into a Japanese stranglehold with neither likely to move for some time. But in point of fact, without help from the developed world —and particularly the United States —in the shape of open markets, stable and just commodity prices and low-interest credit — Latin America cannot begin to save itself economically.

Is it really a woman s world?

By SANDY WESLEY It's increasingly a woman's world. At least that's what the U.S. Government says. However, Dr. Claire Gilbert, sociology professor at Florida Atlantic University, has something else to say. According to woman's bureau of the labor department, there were 31.4 million women workers by the end of 1969, accounting for 38.5 per cent of the nation's labor toree. This was more than double the 18.1 per cent share of the work force women had at the turn of the century, according to the labor department. However Dr. Gilbert's rebuttal to that is, sure they mention the percentage of women employed, but they fail to say what kind of employment the women have. During the last 25 years the rate of men professors has doubled, but the percentage of women professors has stayed the same. "The percentage of women working has doubled," she continued, "but the women are earning less in relationship to what the men are earning." "A comparison of historical data between the sexes is crucial to understanding the status of women," she added. She added that studies have shown that when more

women enter a certain field the relative income in that field declines. The women's bureau attributed the rise in female employment to two main factors — women continue to outnumber men and the barriers to female employment continue to fall. Dr. Gilbert could not dispute the first factor, but she has her doubts about the second factor. She would like to see more opportunities for women in such fields as administration, medicine, even as bricklayers and gardeners if that's what they want. Dr. Dorothy Stetson, political science professor at FAU and another advocate of more equal rights for women, added "Even if the rate of employed women doubles in certain fields, there were so few to begin with that you're still talking about only a few women." She pointed to medicine as an example. The bureau says that the number of women physicians has increased about 26 per cent since 1960, but the actual number of practicing physicians has remained unchanged at about seven per cent of the total. Dr. Gilbert admits that even in her field of sociology there is discrimination. "Women are the workhorses of sociology," she

told a mostly male second conference of sociologists in Gainesville a few weeks ago. "They get the heaviest teaching loads which allows less time for research and other activities leading to better positions, and the prize plums of scholarship in graduate departments go to male students." However this hasn't stopped Dr. Gilbert. She has been invited to spend the coming academic year at the University of Birmingham, England, as a Leverhulem Trust Visiting Fellow. She is to work with Dr. Kenneth Newton, internationally recognized expert, in a city politics project of the English University. Sociologically speaking, Dr. Gilbert says, that women are a minority group, even though they outnumber men. "It's very difficult for a woman to organize since most women are in the home, and they don't have a community of women." Dr. Gilbert laughed. "They say that the reason women can't organize is because they live with men against whom they are organizing." This hasn't stopped Dr. Gilbert and Dr. Stetson from organizing, though. Nor has it stopped other women in Boca Raton from joining the

today fight discrimination? Dr. Gilbert's answer is through knowledge and awareness. & The two women traced the history of women's rights movements back to the suffragette movement at the turn of the century. "But in so many cases it stopped there," they said.

organized movement for women's rights here. The group calls itself "Women's Caucus". It's a loosely organized group which meets about once a month for discussion of women's rights. It's only been in existence since October, but already it has gotten the university placement bureau to eliminate all mention of sex from job application blanks. Members of the Women's Caucus, they said, do not have to agree politically or on other issues. All they have to agree on is the women's cause. Dr. Gilbert then went on to discuss the tag that has for some reason been placed on to women's rights groups.

In the 1920's and 30's it picked up again and women began to smoke in public and gain more jobs. Then after World War II everything went back. Now the women's movement is moving forward*! again. Back to the labor department's report. According to the women's bureau, in the professional category, teaching continues to be the most popular. The 1.7 million women teaching at the below college level represented 42 per cent of all professionals, the report says. Dr. Gilbert and Stetson's answers were teaching h a s ^ always been known as a™ women's field because it's safe. Read on in the report, they add. Here's the clincher. There is a decline of women teaching at the college and university level. The report didn't say why.

"Women's rights does not mean sexual promiscuity," she said. "There isn't one women's rights group in the country that advocates that. This should be made clear, because this is what seems to frighten the men about women's rights movements. Women aren't asking for that." Men also choose to believe that women have never had it so good, but if you take a good look around you'll find that the men have even more goodies than- they used to have too. How can the women of

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Last night she came downstairs with her wig on sideways. The guys cracked up. Then she went into a routine they thought was hilarious. I wanted to die. Mom knows how I feel but it doesn't stop her. She says I am too sensitive, that a

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Dear Torn: I find it hard to believe that a mother would encourage her daughter to behave so heartlessly. And •your fiance sounds like a creep. Ditto his best man. Stick by your principles, honey. You are right and they are wrong.

Dear Ann Landers: My wife and I work together in our own business. We eat out five nights a week. My brother owns a small cafe with a great dance combo. We eat there most of the time. Rosie loves to dance. The minute the music starts Rosie Dear Ann Landers: I am rolls her eyes, snaps her getting married soon. My fingers, swings her head — mother and my fiance are anything to advertise the fact giving me a hard time. that she has rhythm. I asked my best friend to be Naturally guys come over my maid of honor. Bessie and ask her to dance. She'll always ha^ r. bu.1 complexion dance with anybody. but in the last few months it I don't think this is ladylike has gotten worse. After my and have told her so but she mother saw Bessie three says it's okay because I'm weeks ago she said to me, along and no harm will come "Please get somebody else to from it. What do you say? be your maid of honor. Her —Two Left Feet skin is a mess. She'll ruin the Dear Leftie: If you don't bridal party." I was shocked. approve, that should settle it. My fiance agreed with Mom. On occasion, however, invite I refused to drop Bessie and another couple along so Rosie we got into a big hassle. can get some dancing in. The next day my fiance called and said his best man had met Bessie at a party and Ann Landers will be glad to refuses to stand up with her help you with your problems. because "she is such a dog." Send them to her in care of When I reminded my fiance Boca Raton News, Box 3346 that his best man was not Chicago, 111., 60654, enclosing exactly Mr. America, he a stamped, self-addressed bellowed, "Well, at least he envelope. won't kill anybody's appetite." I am heartsick and don't know what to do. Mom says if Bessie is a real friend she'll understand. My fiance called me a stubborn mule. —Torn Up

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Rotary Club, Ramada Inn, noon Tole paintile, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Crushed foil class, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Crushed glass, Community Center, 1 p.m. Welfare Council case worker, 11 N.E. 8th St., 1 p.m. Division of family services, neighborhood center, 1-2:30 p.m. Tap and ballet instr., Community Center, 2 p.m. Girl Scouts, Scout Hut, 3 p.m. Stamp Club, Community Center, 4 p.m. Judo instr., Community Center, 6:30 p.m. Yoga instr., Mitchell School, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Adult organ, Community Center, 7 p.m. Basic clothing constr., Mitchell School, 7 p.m. Cartooning, Mitchell School, 7:30 p.m. Creative writing, Mitchell school, 7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts, scout hut, 7:30 p.m. Oil painting, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. Elks Lodge, 140 N.W. 11th St., 8 p.m. Chess Club, Mitchell School 8:30 p.m. Optimist Club, Mitchell School, 8 p.m. Square dancing class, Community Center, 8:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, First United Methodist Church, 8:30 p.m. Guidance counselor, Boca Raton Junior High School, 'till 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 5 Sunrise Kiwanis, Sehraffts, 7:30 a.m. Vocational rehabilitation counselor, Neighborhood, 9 a.m. Tennis beg., tennis courts, 9 to 10 a.m. Royal Oak Hills board meeting, Community Center, 9:15 a.m. Lingerie class, Community Center, 9:30 a.m. Oil painting, Community Center, 9:30 a.m. Boutiques, Scout Hut, 9:30 a.m. Royal Palm Woman's Golf Association, golf course, 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, University Bowl, 9:30 a.m. Dog obedience, Community Center, 10 a.m. Design 1, Community Center, noon Board of Realtors, New England Oyster House, noon Exchange Club, Pal's, 12:15 p.m. Patio painting, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Welfare Council case worker, 11 N.E. 8th St. 1 p.m. Novice duplicate bridge inst., Community Center 1 p.m. Brownies, Mitchell School, 2:30 p.m. After school program, Mitchell School, 2:30 p.m. Violin, Community Center, 4 p.m. Fraternal Order of Police, University Bowl, 7 p.m. Ballroom dancing, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. Adults volleyball, Memorial Park, 7:30 p.m. Twilighters, Community Center, 7 p.m. Weight Watcners, First Fed. bldg., 7:30 p.m. Beg. Bridge, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Boca Raton Jr. High School 8 p.m. Coast Guard Flotilla 35, Boca Inlet, 8 p.m. Jaycees, Chamber of Commerce, 8 p.m. Lady Lions, 366 N.W. 35th St., 8 p.m. "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" FAU Theatre 8:30 p.m. Tunison Palms homeowners, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 6 Clothing, Community Center, 9 a.m. Gold Coast Rec. Assn., Community Center, 9 a.m. Catholic Welfare Bureau, neighborhood center 9 a.m.-l p.m. Design 2 class, Community Center, 9 a.m. Enameling on copper, scout hut, 9:30 a.m. Ceramics, Community Center, 9:30 a.m. Slimnastics, Community Center, 10 a.m. Duplicate bridge, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Novice duplicate bridge, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Mental Health Assoc, neighborhood center, 1-5 p.m. Liquid embroidery, Community Center, 1 p.m. Design workshop, Community Center, 1 p.m. WWI Veterans, scout hut, 1:30 p.m. WWI Auxiliary, Community Center, 1:30 p.m. Veteran's Service, American Legion Hall, 2 p.m. After school program, Mitchell School 2:30 p.m. Billiard instr., Community Center, 3:30 p.m. Scuba diving, Community Center, 7 p.m. Golf instr., Scout Hut, 7:30 p.m. Babysitting clinic, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying FAU Theatre, 8:30 p.m. Sea Explorer Ship 307,414 N.W. 35th St. 7:30 p.m. Kiwanis travel series, Community Center, 8 p.m. Parents without Partners, Community Center, 8 p.m. "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" FAU Theatre 8:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7 Tennis instr. Children and teens, tennis courts, 9-11 a.m. Drum lessons, Community Center, 9 a.m. Elementary band instr., Community Center, 9:45 a.m. Pre-band instr., Community Center, 10:45 a.m. Organ (children), Community Center, 11:30 a.m. Adv. tennis, courts, noon Guitar instr., Community Center, 1 p.m. Judo instr., Community Center, 1 p.m. Chess instr., Community Center, 1:30 p.m. "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying", FAU Theatre 8:30 p.m. At the gallery: 19th annual Art Guild Show, Art Guild, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.1 p.m.; Sunday, 2-5 p.m. Daily: Shuffleboard courts, 1-5, 7-10 p.m. (Sunday: 6-10 p.m.); tennis courts, sun-up-10p.m.; beaches, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tennis match — FAU team and Univ. of Penn. FAU tennis courts 2 p.m.

Real Estate principles, Community Center, 9 a.m. Family service agency, neighborhood center, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Assoe. for retarded children neighborhood center 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Mental health assoc, neighborhood center, 9 a.m.-noon Enameling on copper, Scout Hut, 9:30 a.m. Women's Choral Group, First Methodist Church, 9:45 a.m. Beg. bridge instr., Community Center, 10 a.m. Corsage class, Garden Center, 10 a.m. Sketch class, community center, 12:30 p.m. Royale Women's Club, Community Center, 1 p.m. China painting, Community Center, 1 p.m. Welfare Council case worker, 11 N.E. 8th St., 1 p.m. Vocational Rehabilitation, neighborhood center, 2 pjn. After school program, Mitchell School, 2:30 p.m. Brownies, Scout Hut, 3 p.m. Art program (child), Mitchell School, 3 p.m. Oil painting, Mitchell School, 7 p.m. Lion's Club, 399 N.W. 35th St., 7 p.m. Boy Scout troop 313, St. Paul Church, 7 p.m. Basic clothing constr., Mitchell School, 7 p.m. Basic music theory, Mitchell School, 7:30 p.m. Securities, investments, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. Progressive bridge game, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. St. Margaret's Guild, St. Gregory's Church, 8 p.m. Balmar Homeowners, Mitchell School, 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 3 Adult tennis, tennis courts, 9—10 a.m. Dressmaking 1, Community Center, 9:30 a.m. Decoupage instr., Community Center 9:30 a.m. Rug hooking, Scout Hut, 10 a.m. Sketch group for members, Art Guild studio, 10 a.m. Slimnastics, Community Center, 10 a.m. Kiwanis Noontime Club, Chez Joey, noon. Fabulous fakes, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Dressmaking, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Needlecraft, Community Center, 12:30 p.m. Welfare Council 11 N.E. 8th St. 1 p.m. Hospital tours, BR Community Hospital, 1:15 p.m. Legal Aid Society, neighborhood center, 1:30 p.m. County health nurse, neighborhood center, 2 p.m. Piano lessons, Community Center 2:30 p.m. After school program, Mitchell School, 2:30 p.m. French Club, Mitchell School, 3 p.m. Baton Twirling, Memorial Park, 3:15 p.m. Cub Scouts, scout hut, 5 p.m. Boy Scout troop 333, First Presbyterian Church, 7 p.m. Dress design 1 Community Center, 7 p.m. Pinochle game, Scout Hut, 7:30 p.m. Coast Guard Aux., Small Boat Class Addison Mizner, 7:30 p.m. French instr., Mitchell School, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix Club, First United Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m. Adult volleyball, Memorial Park, 7:30 p.m. Liquid embroidery, Community Center, 7:30 p.m. Municipal band concert, Community Center, 8 p.m. Sisterhood of Boca Raton Hebrew Congregation, 8 p.m. Junior Woman's Club, First United Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 4 Antique Wood prints, Community Center, 9:30 a.m. Int. Bridge inst., Community Center, 10 a.m. County welfare, neighborhood center, 10 a.m. Men's Bridge Club, Scout Hut, noon

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Panelists will answer parents questions about use of drugs Apparently there is an Danf orth, director of the drug The program will be held at Addison Mizner and Mrs. answer to the teenager's rehabilitation foundation, 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, Joseph Miner, Boca Raton accusation that adults apply "rehabilitation." in the junior high school Junior High. A question and double standards when they Moderator will be H.V.cafeteria. answer period with written talk about marijuana and Hanson. Co-chairmen for the questions will follow the onealcohol. program are Bob Cooke, hour panel presentation. The answer is one used by Dr. Frank Kucera and it goes something like "There are 80 Buy with confidence from million people who drink Americas largest jewelers alcohol and 8 million 500 stores coast to coast alcoholics, let's not add to Plans for the upcoming Diamonds to $5000 that number 8 million drug covered dish luncheon will be addicts." Watches to $1300 finalized at the meeting of 60 Day money back guarantee if not Dr. Kucera will be one of Ladies Auxiliary, World War satisfied on any purchase four panelists who will I Barracks 2855 Friday, discuss the use of drugs, March 6, in the Community Expert watch repair Shoppers marijuana, LSD, and heroin Center. Haven by students at a joint meeting The meeting will begin at 2 Open til of Addison Mizner and Boca p.m. following a joint coffee Pompano 9P.M.Nitelv Raton Junior high schools with the Veterans at 1:30 p.m. 941-5710 PTA. Kucera's topic will be the medical aspects of drugs. Other panelists and topics will be S. Bruce McDonald, principal at Boca Raton Junior High School, "Education and Use of Drugs in the Schools", Al Nahrstedt, detective with the Boca Making hair history — Raton Police Department, "law enforcement," and Dan

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FAU student is crowned Queen of the Americas She's the Queen of the Americas and as such ought to be quite an ambassadress when she goes abroad to study in France and Spain. But that's almost two years off for Donna Lynn Smith of Miami Shores, 20-year-old elementary education major at Florida Atlantic University. Donna has just been awarded a $2000 scholarship for a year of study abroad. The scholarship is a plum one — good just about any time, ' in any counj^gr of the recipient's choice. The money is donated by the McArthur Dairies and is awarded through the Aliancia Interamericana, Coral Gables. Donna was chosen Queen of the Americas by the Aliancia last month. Already proficient in French (she teaches French to fifth graders) Donna has started on Spanish at FAU and expects to have both of these at her fingertips after

graduation when she wants to Her ultimate goal is a pick up her scholarship and teaching job in Florida. spend a semester in Paris and a semester in Spain (she Donna is the daughter of Mr. hasn't chosen the city or and Mrs. H. Wallace Smith, Miami Shores. university yet).

School menus BOA RATON and ADDISON MIZNER Monday: Jiffy burger, potato chips, cole slaw, cherry cobbler, milk. Tuesday: Ham, green beans, potato casserole, carrot curls, corn bread and butter, chocolate pudding, milk. Wednesday: Braised beef and rice, buttered broccoli, hot biscuit and butter, strawberry shortcake, milk. Thursday: Porcupine balls, mixed vegetables, tossed salad, yeast roll and butter, ice cream, milk. Friday: Macaroni and

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vsomen toured got a mark of approval except Australia which was described as not "in the least impressive." Florida, of course, came in for its share of praise. "Beautiful, modern, colorful, clean" were some of the descriptions. As part of their stay in Boca Raton the two women attending the St. David's Day ' ) celebration with the WelshAmericans of the Cambrian Society of Palm Beach and Broward counties Saturday evening. Mrs. Gurr was born and raised in Wales. Only real problem the two women encountered on their tour was the inacceptability of English currency in certain countries.

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"authoritarian" adult. All patients in any age group need to be listened to and heard, if their physical complaints are to be treated and controlled. The adolescents who are in a state of volcanic emotional eruption, with complex hormone changes, will be vastly benefited by a better understanding of their needs. Physicians specially trained in the art and science of adolescent medicine may yet be a dominant force in narrowing a gap which I believe is more artificial than real.

Speaking of your health: Household pets must have their nails trimmed to prevent scratches and infections of the skin of owners. Dr. Col em an welcomes letters from readers, and, while he cannot undertake to answer each one, he will use questions in his column whenever possible and when they are of general interest. Address your letters to Dr. Coleman in care of this newspaper.

Psoriasis, the chronic inflammatory condition of the skin that causes red, itchy scaling of some parts of the body, still refuses to yield the secrets that cause it. So unpleasant is this condition, especially in its entensive form, that it virtually dominates the lives of those who, unfortunately, have it. Dozens of methods have been tried with moderate success. Sufferers fall prey to every form of compelling advertising in their anxiety to controrT-this irritating condition. ---. A drug, anthralin, is being used in a specially prepared paste by Dr. Eugene M. Farber and Dr. David R. Harris of the skin department at Stanford University with remarkable success. This may not be the total answer, they say, but the drug is effective in carefully chosen cases. The drug deserves

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tour Dec. 1 to see friends and relatives and the world which has taken them across half the world into such places as Geneva, Athens, Rhodes, Cyprus, old and new Delhi, Agra, Khatmandu, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, FiJi Islands, Honolulu, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami and Boca Raton. They'll leave sometime in March to complete their tour in Washington, Detroit, Cleveland and New York. And they plan to be home in

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It has been five years since I first began to write, in my newspaper column, about the need for specialists in the field of adolescent medicine. It has always been apparent to me that the adolescent presents problems that are Enough about fashion. totally different from any Let's find out what's other age group. They present, in many cases, an happening in Boca Raton. Let's go west first to adult body and a relatively Marymount College and find immature set of emotions. out what's going on out there. They need guidance until the Sunday, March 8 while emotions and the physical Boca Raton residents are growth come together to form busy attending a champagne the mature young adult. It is with great pleasure, brunch at Boca Raton Hotel and Club for scholarships for therefore, that I learn a adolescent Marymount girls, the girls society for will be entertaining medicine has been created to handicapped children on concentrate full attention on the special needs of this campus. The entertainment, which group whose ages range from will include a barbecue on the 12 to 18 years. The need for special incampus, is the first of such projects planned by the terest in this group is parStudent E d u c a t i o n ticularly evident in a world of Association of Marymount conflict, confusion and rebellion that is not clearly for the handicapped child. Dr. Frederick Adams, defined by the adolescent or by . the Florida Atlantic University, understood who is encouraging the girls Lake for Slave from SEAM, will be there to BRASILIA — Diamond help. And if all goes well, the merchant Fernandes de Oliveria lost his heart some 200 years ago to a slave girl, Chica de Silva, in the Brazilian mountains. He bought her freedom, married her and built a great house surrounded by a garden. But she yearned to live by the water's edge and sail in a vessel. So he built a lake in the highest town in Brazil, launched a ship on it and put it at her disposal with a crew of 10.


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By SANDY WESLEY Is there no rest for the weary? It has taken me exactly three years, and I'm sure it's taken other Boca Raton women that length of time too, to get up enough nerve to shorten all my skirts to above the knee. Now President Richard Nixon comes along and puts his stamp of approval on midcalf skirts. To top it all off, Mrs. Nixon follows her husband's line of thought with "the longer skirt has always been a favorite of mine, but you have to go with the style." The whole flap about long vs short skirts began in Paris during the couture showings there a few weeks ago. Then Madame Pompidou comes to the U.S. decked out in what the French call "the longuette look". The American woman might have just ignored the so-called new look and gone on wearing what she pleased, but when the President and the First Lady voice their approval of longer skirts, well fashion ought to be rather interesting, to watch for awhile. The President and his wife, of course, have a right to comment on fashion or whatever they wish. And if it means the end of mini-mini's it's all right by me. Possibly the most sensible solution to the whole problem would be for the women of the '70's to stand up and be counted. The woman of today, who is constantly battling for women's rights, would do well to first unlatch that chain that ties her to the so-called fashion dictators and, as the teenagers say, do her own thing, whatever it might be. Maybe then the length of dresses will be reasonable. By reasonable I'm inclined to say just below the knee, but then someone else might say something different. The solution to the problem? Do what the Boca Raton woman has been doing right along, wear what looks and feels best on her and forget about what President Nixon, Madame Pompidou or the Kennedy clan say.

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More ->> meat in 1970's WASHINGTON (UPI) — Government food experts believe Americans will be eating more red meat and poultry in the decade of the 1970s — along with more food substitutes such as, "steaks" made from soybeans. A reasonable guess about typical diets a decade from now would include more beef, more poultry, and more processed fruits and vegetables, according to Rex F. Daly of the Agriculture Department's Economic Research Services. But there likely will be less milk, fewer eggs, and smaller amounts of animal fats like butter and lard, Daly added. He made the forecasts in a recent report on the longrange food outlook. Looking through the 1970s down to the end of the century, Daly said gains in the average consumer's consumption of meat probably won't match theirig increases of recent years. While there is no reason to expect a revolutionary change in U.S. diets unless the world population explosion is unchecked or if U.S. production fails to rise as expected, Daly added: "Synthetic foods and substitute vegetable proteins and oils will become more widely used in place of animal proteins and fats." Daly said prospects are good that food supplies can meet rising needs in the decade ahead. The economist said U.S. agriculture now is operating under wraps, with millions of acres currently held out of production under government supply-control programs. In fact, he said, i farmers a decade from now *7 may still be worrying about surpluses. But Daly cautioned that there are at least two factors which could affect future expansion of food supplies and the cost of those supplies. National concern over pollution of the environment by chemical is growing, he pointed out, with the result that new anti-pollution controls "may increase (food) production costs and slow the present upward trend in yields." He also said there is some question whether overall gains in farm efficiency can be as great in the future as in the past. What about food prices in the coming decade? Prices probably will be higher. But consumers probably will be earning more, too. Discussing this in an interview, Daly said prices for *j foods will continue to push upward in comparison with crop prices. The gap between steak and oatmeal, in other words, may continue to widen. But Daly said that with total farm productivity continuing strong, the odds are that retail food price increases of the decade ahead, likely will mostly reflect changes in general >^L price levels and the steadily 'i r • r i s m 8 cos * ; °f processing / ] distributing food. •< The economist added that . current projections also indicate that consumer income is likely to advance faster than food prices. "If food prices increases at about the same rate as those of other goods — as they have over the past 35 years, spending for food will have to shrink as a percentage of consumer neome," Daly said. The. share" of the typical consumer's paycheck spent on food has dropped from 20 per cent in 1960 to a recordlow 16.5 per cent this year. In the 1970s the percentage may go even lower. What about the coming 12 months? Other Agriculture Department specialists predict that food prices probably will average about three per cent higher in 1970 than in 1969. The forecast is based on the ?<•£) assumption that the govern''i ment's anti-inflation camI paign will help produce a slowdown in general economic activity during 9 1970. If inflation continues * unchecked, the food price forecasters might have to change their tune, as they did this year. Early in 1969, Agriculture Department economists were A predicting food prices this ' ' year would average two to three per cent above 1968. The final figures show a gain of nearly 5 per cent.

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6C BOCA RATON NEWS Sunday, March 1, 1970

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A Chistian paradox: in weakness there is strength' By LOUIS CASSELS UPI Religion Writer One of the most astounding paradoxes of Christian teaching is the assertion that in weakness there is strength. Conventional wisdom takes exactly the opposite view. To be weak, it says, is to be

helpless, ineffective, frustrated and despised. It is to invite trampling by the strong.

Yet it was Paul who said: "When I am weak, then I am strong." No casual observer would have described Paul as weak. Moreover, he knew himself to be extraordinarily gifted.

The world in which the Apostle Paul lived—the world of the first century Roman Empire—was even And that is why he needed more ruthless, more oriented the experience of weakness toward power, than our own. in order to become truly

people get well when he laid infirmity away," he told the his hands upon them and Corinthians. But the Lord's prayed for their recovery in answer was: the name of the Lord Jesus "My grace is all you need; Christ. But whem he sought for My power is strongest healing for himself, he got no when you are weak." "To keep me from being for an answer. Paul finally was able to puffed up with pride ... I was accept the answer. He came given a painful physical ail"Three times I prayed to to realize that he needed his ment," he said. the Lord about this, and handicap to keep him from Paul had seen many sick asked Him to take my thinking that he could make strong. Paul explained it in one of his letters to the church at Corinth with his usual blunt candor.

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Squares on wheels crowding out rat pack

deserts, at mountain retreats ByJOHND.LOWRY beach LOS ANGELES (UPI) - or at isolated The accent is on safety in hideaways. motorcycling. The "in" thing now is trail The sport has outgrown the biking. Getting away from loudmouthed, leather- the beaten path with a trailer •. jacketed, beer-swilling, or camper truck with the I unkempt rat pack that trusty lightweight cycle .. raucously swarmed through tethered on the front or back, _ small towns with their un- sometimes as many as four . mufflered powerful cycles. so that the whole family can California, always an in- participate. novator, leads the way in this Doctors, scientists, . transition with a half million b u s i n e s s executives, i registered two-wheelers and students, all have joined the •f an equal number not on the fraternity. They dress in ..• tax rolls because they are casual pastels, smart slacks ." homebased in cabins on the with lightweight wind-

breakers, capris for the ladies, and all with the prerequisite for safety — the sturdy visored helmet. But a lack of concern for the safety of the motorcycle rider is evidenced in the negligible training the novice receives when first he straddles his new possession. As an example, California has nearly 10 million registered automobiles, and annually spends more than $23 million in state and local funds for driver education and training. That is $23 million more than it spends

on education for the state's to replace a spark plug or motorcycle riders and they, remove a wheel. This does like auto drivers, contribute not include personal tutoring. The keys in both instances to the program through either gasoline taxes or traffic fines. are handed to the buyer. He is Automobiles are purchased shown how to start his newly off the showroom floor with purchased machine, the no credentials asked by the braking, accelerating, gearseller as to how the new changing gadgets are pointed owner will pilot his powerful out and he is on his own. Nothing about emergency 3,000-pound juggernaut. The same procedure holds situation. One manufacturer, Japan's true for the cyclist ... with trivial exceptions. One Yamaha, decided the time manufacturer m a k e s was ripe to begin an inavailable a 40-50 hour structional program that program for learning that would benefit the entire inincludes such training as how dustry. It began by hiring a

own a cycle, don't have to specialist, a veteran Los schools and service clubs. Angeles Police Department His appearances in behalf promise to buy a Yamaha. Fatal accidents involving motorcycle officer who of motorcycle safety took him already had demonstrated across the nation, to safety motorcycles were down in his ability as a teacher in demonstrations at univer- 1969 for the second year in a sities including Michigan row. cycle safety. Roxy Rockwood had State, Ohio State and schools Automobile clubs are on the participated in his depart- in his own area of Southern ment's training program and California, site of the largest bandwagon on the basis that of two- any safety training, whether he immediately put into concentration automobile or motorcycle, is practice his own theories of wheelers in the country. safety for the novice rider. Yamaha provides the a benefit. While teachers of He compiled a Basic Rider program free through its driving in schools are enTraining Course, prepared 1,200 dealers. They offer it to thusiastic, some principals his education program and interested groups of 12-16fear parental opposition, began a continuous series of persons, provide the cycles, similar to that once enby driver speeches to civic groups, the helmets and the in- countered scouting organizations, structor. You don't have to education programs.

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wm SOME PEOPli! 1969 CHEVY Nova 4 door sedan, factory a i r , V8, automatic, power steering, push button radio, heater, tinted glass, premium white sidewalls, deluxe wheel covers, full vinyl interior and loaded. 4700 actual miles, l i k e new thru-out. Full 5 year or 50,000 mile factory warranty. Will finance any or all of $2188 full sale price. Family Chevrolets Inc., 940 S. F e d e r a l Hwy., P o m p a n o Beach. Open Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. 943-6400. 1969 CHEV 9 p a s s e n g e r deluxe Kingswood station wagon factory ' air V8 automatic, power steering and brakes, chrome luggage rack tinted glass, premium whitewalls, push button radio, h e a t e r and fully loaded. J u s t like new throughout and in 5 year or 50,000 mile factory warranty. Will finance any or all of $3288 full sale price. Several to choose from. Family Chevrolets, I n c . , 940 S. F e d e r a l Hwy., Pompano Beach, 043-6400. Open Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM.

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n. '68 CHEVY MALIBU P r i v a t e l y owned, power brakes, steering, air conditioned $2200 Call 395-5263. 1969 CHEVROLET finpala custom hardtop sport coupe, factory air V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, push button radio, heater, tinted glass, deluxe wheel covers, premium white sidewall tires, vinyl top and full vinyl interior. Absolutely loaded 5,100 actual miles, like new thru-out. 5 year or 50,000 mile factory warranty. Will finance any or all of $2788 full sale price. Several to choose from. Family Chevrolets Inc. 940 S. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach, 943-6400. Open Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. '68 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 door V8, Air conditioned, radio, power steering, new tires $2175. Call 391-1119. 1969 CHEVELLE Malibu 4 door sedan, factory air, V8, automatic,' power steering, power brakes, push button radio, heater, tinted glass, deluxe wheel covers, p r e m i u m white sidewall tires, full vinyl interior and loaded. 5,100 actual miles and just like new thru-out. 5 year or 50,000 mile factory warranty. Will finance any or all of $2488 full sale price. Several to choose from. Family Chevrolets Inc., 940 S. F e d e r a l Hwy., Pompano Beach, open Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. 943-6400. 1969 OLDS Luxury Sedan. Just 12,000 miles, 1 Owner, Loaded with everything. Take over p a y m e n t s , no money down or best cash offer. No dealers please. Call 390-1880 or 942-9931.

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5 D Instructions, Tutoring

PROFESSIONAL All ages. All problems. M.I.T. Honor grad. Harold Selleck, 395-3303 10 A Help Female

NEED AJ5ITTER

FULL OR PART TIME DAY WORK ONLY APPLY COLLEGE INN 1929 N. Fed. Hwy., Boca. Nophone calls please. Typist for rotating shift, 8AM-4PM and 4PM-12. Also experienced front office Cashier. Boca Raton Hotel & Club, Call 395-3000 Mr. Bast. SEAMSTRESS Experienced with drapery work preferred but will train. Full or Part time. Call Boca 399-1775. Womans largest chain of REDUCING SALONS, now hiring assistant MANAGER and part time help. Call 3914890 Apply at 1976 N.E. 5th AVE.- 5TH AVE. SHOPPING PLAZA, BOCA RATON. MEDICAL OFFICE PERSONNEL Nurse or medical assistant to work in physicians office. Experience preferred but not essencial. Willing to train .right person. Call 391-5565 or 390-1222 after 5 PM Interview appointment.

'69 HONDAY 90 LOW MILEAGE $150. as is. CALL 395-9121... HONDA 90 7.5 BHP, 600 Miles $190 FIRM. Call 391-4009 after 5 PM. S A Lost S found

LOST: LADIES PRESCRIPTION GLASSES. SAT. F E B . 21. TORTOISE SHELL RIMS. Call 391-0680 after 5 PM LOST: Boca Raton area. Billfold containing credit cards. Call John Weidt 3911073 REWARD. 5 B Personals Back - to the BIBLE BROADCAST has a message for you today and every day. Dial this p r o g r a m over WWOG-FM 99.9 at 8:30 AM MONDAY thru SATURDAY. Dependable lady to babysit in your home. Days or evenings. Reasonable. Call 391-4089. Mother will do babysitting in her home days or evenings. Near St. Joan of Arc school area 391-5410.

Man wanted from 11 PM to 7 AM. Frank's Shell Service Station —1930 N. Fed. Hwy., Boca Raton. One of the most up and -) corning moving company, A-l Transfer and Storage Co. of 900 NW 1 Ave., Boca Raton, Agents for North American Van Lines, need good experienced furniture men to help pack china, etc., help load trucks and pallets, move machines and office equipm e n t a t IBM and our warehouse. Good wages with chances for raises according to ability. Call in person a t our office, between 8 AM and 5 PM Monday thru Friday, •>

Full time credit clerk. Various office duties. Experienced preferred but not necessary. Apply W.T. Grant Co. 5th Ave. Shopping Plaza, Boca Raton. WAITRESSES Day or evening shift open. Year round employment. Fringe benefits. 5 or 6 day experienced week available. Top Ocean Thoroughly Front Spot. Apply in person HAKER wanted at once. Joe's new Holiday Inn 2809 S. Apply in person Ocean Blvd. Highland Beach Hakery. ."5720 N. Fed. Hwy., I,t House Point, or call after 8 AM-4:30 PM. 7 :>.O PM :«K>-".V719. ASSISTANT COOK & KITIOC Help, Male or Female CHEN HELP needed at once. A-l PERSONNEL Fringe Benefits and paid vacation. Good Starting Our fee 1 week salary. 500 S. Cypress Rd., Pomp. 946-1240. salary. Call 395-7510. WAITERS & WAITRESSES High school girl to babysit F r i d a y and or Saturday For our NEW COUNTRY nights. May include a few CLUB, year around. Noon hours during the day on meal only. Good pay, fringe weekends. Must be depen- benefits. BOCA RATON HOTEL & CLUB, Call 395dable. Call 391-1727. 3000-EXT. 274 Mr. Bast. BARMAID

1969 IMPALA convertible, factory air, V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, push button radio, heater, toted glass, deluxe wheel covers, premium white sidewalls, full white vinyl interior white top. l i k e new thru-out. Only 6,700 actual miles and full 5 year or 50,000 mile factory warranty. Will finance any or all $2788 full sale price. Several to choose from. F a m i l y Chevrolets Inc., 940 S. Federal Hwy., 10 B Help Male Pompano Beach. Open Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. 943- MANAGER, experienced, for 6400. small private luncheon and dinner club in Boca Raton. BANK RE-POSSESSIONS Must furnish experience Looking for a good 2nd Car? record and references. Write Low Bank rate financing to Boca Raton News, available. Call Gene Frere Classified Dept., Box BR6, 395-8610. Boca Raton, Fla. 1969 CHEVROLET Impala 4 Sales Representative door hardtop, factory air, V8, Exceptional opportunity for automatic, power steering, an ambitious and personable power brakes, push button real estate salesman in the radio, heater, tinted glass, Boca Raton area. Three-todeluxe wheel covers, four-year condominium p r e m i u m white sidewall project assures continuing tires, full vinyl interior and high-earnings potential. loaded. 5 year or 50,000 mile Liberal draw against sales. factory warranty. Will First-phase construction is finance any or all of $2588 full u n d e r w a y . Previous sale price. Several to choose experience in condominium from. F a m i l y Chevrolets, sales desirable but not Inc., 940 S. Federal Hwy., necessary if you have Pompano Open Sunday 10 AM successful record in other to 4 PM. 943-6400. residential selling. Replies will be held in strict 1 A Trucks, Tractors & Trailers Private '68 Chevy \k Ton long confidence. If interested and bed, V8 Heavy duty springs. qualified, please mail resume Perfect condition. 581-2694 F t . to Boca Raton News, Boca Raton, Fla., Classified Dept. Lauderdale after 6 p.m. Box BH 5. t B Motorcycles, Bicycles

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TIC TOC Private School. Infants to 7 years. Open all year. 273 N.W. 15th St. Boca 395-5044 Including Sats.

DESK CLERK 12 midnight-8AM. Some clerical experience needed. Boca Raton Hotel & Club, Call 395-3000 Mr. Bast. LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESMEN! As you may know, one out of every five homes change hands every year in the South Florida Real Estate Market, generating millions of dollars in real estate commissions. As a licensed real estate salesman you are entitled to your share! Now ONLY Royal Palm Realty can offer in the North Broward Palm Beach County areas the $250,000 Ray Smith Institute Copyrighted Training Program. This program costs in excess of $2,500 to train you to sell real estate PROFESSIONALLY! At no dollar cost to you. If you have a real estate license or plan to pass your test in the next month or two please contact Royal Palm Realty 395-1661 for a confidential interview.

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Men and Women in Boca Raton and Delray Beach APPLY BY TELEPHONE 942-9088 Monday-Friday 9 AM to 4:30 PM Equal Opportunity employer.

Superb v Dining ^ on The Gold Coast ANDERSON HOUSE SMORGASBORD 4340 N. Federal Hwy. Ft. Laud. 563-9242

BOCA TEECA COUNTRYCLUB N.W. 51 St. 8.2 Ave. Boca 399-5120

DELRAY HEIDELBERG SHOW & Dancing 330 S. Federal Hwy. Delray 278-0755

LECHANTILLY FRENCH CUISINE 2440 N. Fed. Hwy. DELRAY BCH. 278-2528

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BOCA RATON CAREER JOB OPENINGS Electrical Inspector I $7,342 — $8,673 Annual Plumbing Inspector I $7,343-$8,674 Annual Salary Commensurate With Ability LifeGuard I $5,637-$6,718 Annual Apply Personnel Office City Hall 8 AM-5PM

PUBLIC NOTICE DEPARTMENTOF TRANSPORTATION SPECIALTRAFFIC REGULATIONS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That the Department of Transportation at its meeting of February 17, 1970 gave consideration To the requests relating to special traffic regulations and in each case made a review of the traffic investigation report, along with the recommendations of the engineer at the location or locations described below: COUNTY Palm Beach

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Section 93010 — At intersection with Royal Palm Way in Boca Raton

Full actuated Sicnal

Traffic

On motion duly made and seconded, the above traffic and speed regulations were determined to be reasonable and necessary upon the basis of the engineering and traffic investigations, and authority was therefore given for the establishment of same and the placing of the proper marking and signs as indicated; also, for the elimination of existing controls where this is indicated. John W. Cashin, Acting Secretary Department of Transportation Publish: March 1. 1970 . Furnish proof of publication

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Sunday, March 1, 1970 BOCA RATON NEWS 9C THE proven carpet cleaner 22 F T . '63 ISLANDER Exclusively furnished large 1 2Bedroom 2 Bath Ocean. $265 35 6 Co-ops & Condominiums Sale • 35 B Co-ops & Condominiums Sale ~U 35 C Apts, Motels, Hotels-Sale Blue Lustre is easy on the Fiberglass Inboard Out- bedroom apartment. East of month. Furnishings for sale. budget. Restores forgotten board. 140 HP Merc Cruiser. Fed. Air and heat. Walking Call 395-1615. EASTWAY VILLAGE Spanish type 4 large ATLANTIC colors. Rent electric Like new $2250 Call 3914825. distance to Royal Palm Young mature male share beautifully furnished 1 MASSACHUSETTS CLOISTERS shampooer $1. Belzer's Hdw. '68 26 Ft. STAMAS Twin 160's Plaza. Weekly, monthly, comfortable air conditioned 2 bedroom apartments. Right BUILDING REDUCED $4,000 3198 N. Fed. Hwy. Boca. Merc Cruiser. Excellent yearly. Call 395-9578. bedroom 2 bath Boca apart- A large two bedroom plus den 1 BR- 1 Bath Immediate in the heart of Boca, east of Unclaimed Freight now has Condition. Many extras. Unfurnished 1 bedroom-den 2 ment with same. After 5 PM apartment in this luxury low occupancy. 5th floor view of Federal, zoned R3. With or TV's. Unclaimed Freight, $10,800. Owner 395-1421. without additional lots. Call Call 395-3098 density condominium. Ocean, Intracoastal and 395-9578. 2003 US Hwy. 441 S., Ft. '69 SEABIRD V-24 runabout full baths, wall to wall carpet HAMPSTEAD VILLAGE" Fully equipped kitchen. Air Available for immediate Yacht Basin. Many extras. Lauderdale. 155 OMC Immaculate con- conditioning APARTMENTS For Fast Results 10 D Situations Wanted included. occupancy, the owner has This apartment is a rare find. OFFICE FURNITURE dition $5000. 391-1460. MATURE BOOKKEEPER Heated pool. Available April 660 Glouchester St. North reduced price to $52,000. The MLS No. BC 106WP Only Use The 5 J Yachts Shorthand, typing, and Secretarial Desk, Wing type 1 — 2851 S. Ocean Blvd., Boca Boca. Deluxe furnished Atlantic Cloisters is a $19,900. Call Bill Nichols Boca Raton News apartment 1 bedroom Vh prestige address on Ocean Associate. general office. Excellent Executive Desk, Executive '69 31 Ft. CHRIS CRAFT Call 391-1282 or 391-2240 35 D. Business Property-Sale local references. Call 395-0639 swivel chair, 3 office chairs, 4 Fiberglass sedan. Equipment A large 1 bedroom furnished baths. Monthly or yearly. Blvd. in Boca Raton. The 13 FIRST REALTY CORP. INVESTMENT PICKUP 25 C Houses lor Rent Before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. swivel barrel chairs. Call 391- to numerous to mention. apartment. Radiant heat — acres include a pitch and putt Realtor Office Building leased untU 5222 or Eves 942-7303 Ask for 2-1 Florida room, carport, $24,900 Call 395-0146. golf course, pool, club, IS A Miscellaneous Sale air conditioned, unusual 20S.E.lstAve. 1973. Maintained by lessor. Paul. screened porch. Available professional management 15 H Marine Repairing STEREO CONSOLES closet space. Quiet area. CaU anytime 395-8600 Corner Dixie and Boca Raton HOMELITE ? BOAT ON THE BOTTOM? We have just received a Seasonal or monthly thru Oct. immediately. Yearly basis. and excellent neighbors. No Chain saws and construction We are now taking orders for $200 month. Call 391-2590. pets or smaU children. This is Ocean front, TIARA EAST, 1 Rd. MLS B-Cornm 25. Call shipment of 7 brand new 1970. Adults. Call 395-3287. equipment. Sales-rentalsa home with the convenience bedroom 1M> bath. Furnished GaU eves. 395-1217. NEAR BEACH dredging in the Boca Area. 1-2 bedroom, deluxe, furstereo consoles. Some still in service. The Chewning Co., of an apartment. MLS B- or unfurnished. For sale or Completely furnished 2 OVERLAND DREDGING cartons. These 1969 nished apartment. To March 3333 S. Dixie Hwy., Delray 391-0012 after 6 PM. bedroom, 2 bath, air- Condo 220P. Contact Jack rent. 399-8365. nationally advertised models 15th. 1 block to Beach. 217 N. condition, heat, dishwasher, Dolan, to inspect. GEORGE VAN Z E E , Beh. 278-7676. are in beautiful walnut finish 3 BEDROOM Realtor Use News Classified Andrews, Delray Beach, Star disposal, refrigerator, stove, BATEMAN&CO. with four speaker system and Danish 2 piece sectional, NEWTH 307 Golfview Drive Lite Villas 9 to 5. IS Q HOUSEHOLD GOODS washer and dryer. Screened Realtors world famous BSR turntables corner table and chair $25 GARDENS 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH porch, garage, part time Pair heavy low upholstered 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. and powerful solid state complete. Call 391-5141. BONANZA FEDERAL HIGHWAY 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH maid, gardener, no children, red oriental style chairs $45 Boca Raton chassis. They will be sold on a IS D Pels For Sale This apartment is complete BEST 1 BEDROOM 1 BATH no pets. April 1st to Dec. 1st. gach 391-4379 Eves. 395-9355 399-8284 with plus almost new car- 220'x250' — combined parcels "first come — first serve" AKC Registered Dalmation Apartments for Rent in Boa $250 per month. CaU 395-7874. TIARA EAST basis for only $88 each or at stud for information call NORGE FREEZER 16.2 Cu. peting and drapes. Unob- only $90,000 - Only a few 2 bedrooms and 2Ms baths. structed ocean view over steps to new causeway in the Feet. Excellent Condition $75. Raton. Call Snow Consmall monthly payments. We 395-0612. struction 399-5922. Available early April 1970. Boca Inlet. Covered garage, heart of Boca Raton's have records available so you AKC DALMATION P U P - Call 391-0618. SEASONAL Garage apartment, MLS Condo-245P. CaU GaU lots of extra storage. Heated beautiful new development. ELECTROLUX can test each set before you PIES 8 WEEKS OLD $60. eves. 395-1217. 4 Electrolux vacuum gentleman preferred. buy. They may be inspected CALL 395-1644. pool. Club house. Plenty room distance to RENTAL at Unclaimed Freight, 2003 POODLE AKC. Black, cleaners and all atachments Walking both inside apt. and spacious everything. 395-5040,136 Boca Beautiful 3 bedrm.-2 bath on U.S. Hwy. 441 South, Ft. female, Mini Toy, 6 weeks to be sold for $39.95 each or grounds outside. $55,000 price Raton Rd. GEORGE VAN Z E E . Canal to Intracoastal Lauderdale. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. old. Call 395-3450 after 5 PM. monthly payments available. is way, way under Realtor Unclaimed Freight 2003 U.S. Zoned Businessroom and Waterway. Air-Cond. & Heat. Mon.-Fri. Sat, till 1 P.M. replacement cost. Check aU 307 Golfview Drive 5' Walnut Secretarial Desk TOY POODLES 1 SILVER 5 Hwy. 441 South, F t . efficiency. Call 395-5040, 136 $850. mo. Feb.-March. $375. this today with F R E D Boca Raton 395-1661 BLACK. 30 HERSEY Lauderdale. month after April 15th. and chair. Good Condition Boca Raton Rd. CAREY, Associate. MLS BHARBOUR EAST HOUSE FIRST REALTY CORP. $100. 921 Cypress Way 395- DRIVE, OCEAN RIDGE, Single bed and frame, Red " NEW—LUXURIOUS Condo 272 P.. 2 bedroom, 2 bath spacious, DELRAY BCH. Realtor 7953. BOCA SOL APARTMENTS 35 E Real Estate Rent BATEMAN&CO. living room chair, 8 Ft. round cheerful and bright. Beautiful Large Pony Mare 4 years old. aqua r u g , student lamp, 20S.E.lstAve. Realtors 200 NE 20 ST. Boca office and warehouse by view of Intracoastal and Red Roan, Flaxen mane and Bamboo bar stool, wrought Call 25 anytime F Miscellaneous for Rent395-8600 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. 1-2 Bedroom Unfurnished or March 1. Air, Foreman ofpark. Boat dock. Heated pool. ORIGINAL OIL. tail. Call 395-0453. OFFICE SPACE iron patio table with glass Beautifully furnished Boca Raton fice, 3 phase wiring. Kodel carpeting and drapes. PAINTINGS . . 15 G Merchandise Wanted Available in Boca Raton, PICTURE FRAMING . top, Antique framed oval —SCREENED PATIOS 399-8284 Showroom location, off B-Condo 2 5 3 W P . 395-9355 BARGAINS Winfield Professional Bldg Coconut Palm Trees, 6' to 14', mirror, beveled. And Mirror -W-W CARPETING THE ART SCENE BARGAINS! Palmetto Road paraUel with UNBELIEVABLE at $39,500. 40 No. Fed. Hwy. 2351 N. Federal Hwy. 395Clear trunk, curved. Turner 36x48. SACRIFICE Call 395- —DISHWASHER We have several Boca Teeca Dixie Highway. CaU 399-8907 Boca Raton 4254. Nurser and Landscape Co. 3798. apartments a t real good or evenings 3914183. —HEATED POOL DRUMMOND BLDG. Call 395-3636. buys! Call Lynda DeLisi, 35 G Real Estate Wanted ^SHUFFLEBOARD Chest of 6 Drawers, Rattan DEERFIELD BEACH under Assoc. MLS BCondo 250P, (CAN'T SELL) Cocktail and 2 end tables, —RECREATION ROOM new management prestige BCondo 236P. We have some cool buyers, Convertible Bridge- Game —LAUNDRY FACILITIES office space available size to local and northern, or we table, Mirror, lamps, Call From $180 unfurnished per suit. Immediate occupancy. AIR CONDITIONING PAINTING month. Model Open 12-6 or by have outlets, 80 or 90 per cent 395-1512. and HEATING INTERIOR & appt. CaU 391-5777 at above Call resident mgr. 399-1193 mortgages to those who need REAL ESTATE.inc. SLIGHTLY SCRATCHED AIRTECH HEATING & EXTERIOR Brokers protected. it. Realtor In shipment. 7 new 1969 hours. AIRCOND. J.RUSSELL OFFICE & WAREHOUSE APARTMENT 104N.E.2ndSt. zigzag sewing machines. Prompt personalized 391-1695 COLONIAL C O U R T ~ BOCA RATON - By March 3-EXPOSURES 391-5700 Nationally advertised brand economical service Call 3952 bedroom apartments HOUSE PAINTING 1st. Show room location off $35,000 SUNSHINE 9465. with full factory guarantee. unfurnished-air-heat GENERAL REPAIRS Palmetto Pk. Rd., parallel FRESH SEA AIR $35 each or small monthly $190 per month yearly lease with Dixie Hwy. Foreman The ideal apartment with ALTERATIONS TODD'S PAINTERS PROPERTIES REALTOR STRUCTURAL payments. These machines perfect location. It is at the 315 N.W. 20th St. Boca Raton DRUMMOND BUILDING EXCELLENT TAILOR AU LICENSED & INSURED office. Air cond., 3 phase 201 N. Federal Hwy. may be inspected in SOUNDNESS end of the building on the Open daily — 399-7911 kinds of Ladies & Men's _ BOCA 941-4000 wiring. Phone 399-8907. Eves. Deerfield Bch. 390-1880 warehouse at Unclaimed 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. second floor with a south Alterations ... Barton & Quality Indoor-Outdoor Private room and bath or 3914183. facing patio, aU of which is Walk-in closets in select club Miller Cleaners & Laundry, Painting done by experienced Freight, 2003 U.S. Hwy. 441 share apartment with youth25H Duplei for Rent South, F t . Lauderdale. 9 located right on the In- with all the advantages of a IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 2600 N. Dixie Hwy. at 5 college student. Call Bruce ful mature woman. Seasonal Furnished 3 bedroom 2 bath, ANNUAL RENTAL A.M.6 P.M. Mon.-Fri. Sat. Points. Wilton Manors 566- 395-5100 Ext. 2229. or annually 3914379 or 395- Available April 1st. 2 tracoastal Waterway. The home and the facilities of a Winfield Park. Large utility club. MLS BC-108WP CaU Gal vista is a source of never till 1 P.M. 4314. 4216. PLASTERING room, heat, sewers, sprinkler bedroom duplex, un- ending delight. This char- eves. — 395-1217. SINGER ALTERATIONS Plastering & Stucco system. Large corner lot. furnished. 2 baths, large ming 2 bedroom, 2 bath Touch & Sew Sewing Ladies and mens wear. Fast New or repair $30,000. CaU owner 391-5731. screened patio. Separate residence has many extras as service, Phone PoUy 391-1896. Free estimates—Fast service machines (7 of them) all are utility room. Walk to shop- well as covered parking. The BY OWNER GEORGE VAN Z E E , slant needle models and are Licensed &Insured-391-5Q88 ping. $225 per mo. 391-5700. ocean is only a short walk Realtor CAMERA SERVICE Winfield Park 3 Bedroom 2 fully equipped to zigzag, Brand new luxury rental Eves. 399-5092. 307 Golfview Drive 19 cents COLOR PRINT. PLUMBING bath, Florida room, carpet, away. The fine carpeting and make buttonholes, and fancy apartments — with every , Boca Raton 395-1661 Camera Repair, Free est. Plumbing & Sewer repairs 24 stitches. These machines deluxe feature, immediate 35 A Lois S Acreage Sale reverse cycle air. Fenced drapes are included in the LARGE 2—2CONDO Passports photos. The Photo Hr. Service. Free Estimates. carry full guarantees and will occupancy. 1 and 2 bedrooms, Delray Beach, 180 ft. frontage above price. To view these back yard. $26,000. CaU 395views of 7578 145 N.E. 21st., Boca Mart. 942-6043. Boca 941-4000 Mr. Todd. be sold on a "first come-first- includes carpeting and on US1. Together with 2 in- delights, phone BiU Kincaid, Panoramic CARPENTRY ROOF CLEANING OWNER OFFERS served" basis, only $39.95 deluxe appliances, pool, come producing duplexes—in Associate. MLS B-Condo intracoastal and ocean. New building, Apartment on 6th Oversized 3 bedroom 2 baths. 269WP. Improvements and repairs AND PAINTING each. Monthly payments recreation area, on water, the very heart and center of floor, Uved in only 3 months. Extras, plus many more than ., ;. REASONABLE. FOR FREE BATEMAN&CO. DON & JOHNS available. They may be in- beautiful grounds, private the business district. Ideal for Includes d r a p e r i e s , usually found in custom built 7 ESTIMATES CALL 3954883 Roof, house or trim, Pressure spected and tested at Un- patios, near Golf courses. A any type franchise. IRV Realtors carpeting, papered and home. Finest residential or 391-1385. 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. Cleaning & Painting. claimed Freight, 2003 U.S. residence to be proud of 600 GREAR, Associate, BOGEN mirrowed foyer. Papered INC. REALTOR. CaU 942Boca Raton area. Priced in 30's. 391-2571. Licensed Ins. Free Estimate Hwy. 441 South, F t . LINDELL BLVD. DELRAY ALTERATIONS395-9355 399-8284 baths and kitchen. Sun Lauderdale, 9 AM-6 PM BEACH (off Fed. Hwy. 1 - 9550 or 941-3828 Evenings and 946-1000. ADDITIONS ROYALPALM shades on screened patio, Mon.-Fri., Sat. til l PM. No just north of Boca Raton). Sunday. ECONOMICAL... AND HOW heated pool, club room. REMODELING YACHTCLUB SLIPCOVERS $16,000 ...ANDONLY BY OWNER FREE ESTIMATES. rlattan cushions re-made. sales to dealers. Write or call for brochure. Waterfront 100 ft by 115 ft in Easement to ocean beach. CaU Boca 390-0770 Your fabric or ours. Foam Early American bedroom 399-2222 or 278-3902. Models BelLido $16,800 By owner. $20 per month assessment for Immediate possession. Just Beautifully landscaped golf this lovely 1 bedroom 1 bath course home. Over looking 4 rubber in stock. Call Paul 399- set, double bed, mattress, open daily 9 AM-5 PM. Warren Forsman 391-0599., apt on waterfront with direct $30,000 MLS BC 276 WP fairways. Lot 100 x 150.3 General Contractor 5152. springs, triple dresser, chest, Corner Residential Lots — bedroom 3% baths. Maids For fast service call Herman TV SERVICE Completely furnished 1 126 ft. By 135 ft. Located 2nd view of the Intracoastal. Bmirror $185. Call 391-2780. Condo 259W quarters, pool, stero, 5% per Rissolo: Paneling, t r i m , STAR TV SERVICE Carpeting for fraction of cost. bedroom apt ... Available street and 3rd A.VE Boca doors, jambs, closets, Appraisal & Realty, Inc. cent mortgage. Vacant Below REPAIR ALL MAKES 60 Sq. yards red velvet Nylon. seasonal — beginning in Best offer over $9500 Taxes, window in kitchen Yes market price. Call 395-3992 or shelves, bookcases, utility COLOR, BLACK & WHITE 50 sq. yards blue loop weave. March. TIFFANY APTS., 431 accepted 391-0570. Realtor window in bath Yes 395-1222. . k cabinets, rotted facures and ZENITH SALES & SERVICE Now in new home, COME & W. Camino Real., Apt. 18 Call 450 E . Palmetto Pk.Rd. BOCA WOODS central heat & air Yes BOCA RATON soffits, partitions, termite 2174 NE 1 Ave. Boca 399-2266 GET IT—for your apartment, 395-6420. 3994440 Subdivision—Boca Raton carpet & drapes Yes Boca Raton ESTATES SECTION damage etc. Call 399-0378. store or motel. Cuts easily to Part furnished, large, 2 2 Lots for sale. For more dock FURNISHED HOUSE TYPING SERVICE Yes Air conditioned 4 bedroom bedroom, screened porch. information CaU 399-5922. HOME IMPROVEMENTS" Typing done at home by room size. Call 391-5620. HEATED POOL other extras Yes family room, utility room, Keystone Patios — Cleaned former Executive Secretary. Green Bahama bed with Air^ieat Children OK. Apt. 4 BOCA RATON DUPLEX LOT — Sealed — Patched — Excellent References. Call Bolsters. Good Condition $50. —199 S.W. 15th St. Boca. Call 2 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, quah'ty drapes and carpeting. BOCA RATON CALL TODAY SUNDAY 943-1629. Resurfaced. No job too small. 390-1267. utility room, Large living New washer and dryer, Choice Location JOE MARKARIAN, Realtor call 395-4805. and Concrete work of all kinds. room, kitchen and dining f r e e z e r - r e f r i g . type, furnished, Priced for Quick Sale 3914507 UPHOLSTERY Walnut Dining room set, Executive dishwasher. 2 car garage Estimates cheerfuUy given. ocean front apartment. New 2 area. A U furnishings and ATLANTIC CLOISTERS SERVICE table, 6 chairs, hutch, Also bedroom, 2 bath, living room, Phone 395-0954. pool, 4 weeks old. AU car- with electric door opener, IN BOCA RATON Don't throw that old chair 100 per cent human hair wig, dining room and kitchen, screened patio and pool. Five room condominium peted, air and central heat. Many extras. 1 year old 2 ADRIATIC away! Get our price first. never worn. Reasonable. Call Private beach and pool. Inside aU newly painted. New apartment completely furPAINTING Quality workmanship. All 391-4073. 201 N. Fed. Hwy. Deerfield blocks from ocean. 727 Monthly or yearly-under $500 Realtor - Appraiser - Consultant nished, on ground floor facing washer. Furnished $33,000 Malaga Dr. 395-0450. * WALLPAPERING work guaranteed. FREE KENMORE W A S H E R - per month. Call 5874802. unfurnished $31,900 62 N.W formal garden. Craftsman's -•"' % Only the very best, trained in estimates, pick up and DRYER COMBINATION Get A LOT BY OWNER Village furniture. W.W. 12th Ave. CaU 391-2279 - • the old country. Licensed and delivery. Call 395-3230 ask for Used 6 months. Best offer. Unfurnished or furnished in while you're young Lovely large 2 bedroom 2 Carpeting including kitchen. - . - , « SANREMO! insured. Best references, Call Dan. Del Rio Apts, 480 W. Camino Call 391-1647. bath and Family room. Near BuUt in Hi-Fi and Record Offl PENTHOUSE Tony 943-0994. USED FURNITURE Bibletown. Utility room, Huge family, Refrig-Freezer, and in Brand new Del Rio Player, T.V. Air Conditioned. .Realtor BUY-^SELL—TRADE carport, large screened patio. PAINTING Ice-maker, frost-free admiral South, from $150 per month. 2 Marble baths, 2 walk-in Z800N.Fed.Hwy. ARVAN t h e PAINTMAN Boca Quality Used Furniture deluxe, year old $425 Cheery Call 395-7363. Location — Location! Just Air-conditioner, central heat, closets. Deluxe utility room WATERFRONT BOCA RATON & Thrift Shop 117 NW 11th St. provincial grand piano $1150 House & roof painting — ice water. Built in washer- listed, the largest of the two Refrigerator-freezer. Washer 395-0000 anytime 391-3580. WALLPAPERING matching provencial color New 3 bedroom 2V2 bath. dryer. GE Range & bedroom apartments on the and dryer. Draperies, W-W WATCH REPAIR 391-0399 TV 25" screen $399 Boys Completely and beautifully Waterfront lots in Boca Refrigerator. Dishewasher, top floor of ViUa Raphael. An carpeting thruout. ONLY Seasonal or ocean view and Intracoastal $24,900. 149 N.W. 6th AVE. MILLS PAINTING SER- JOHN REDDING — Fritz bedroom set, double bed, furnished. longer. Boat dockage. Raton. Direct access to In- garbage disposal. Two car view that is beyond VICE INTERIOR AND Carlson — Dora Yodonis. bookcase, 2 dressers $125 2 Complete tracoastal $8900 and up. Boca. garage. Luggage room. recreational EXTERIOR. F R E E BEACON LITE JEWELERS fireside chairs $90 pair. facilities. Hillsboro Cove. Guest parking. Storm description. Absolutely new A 6 per cent assumable $25,000 Spanish love seat, avacado carpets, drapes, decorating Beacon Lite Shopping Center. ESTIMATES. 3954786 or 395Shutters, Recreation center mortgage exists on a two year leather, matching chairs. Call Owner 390-1698. 6974 — heated pool, Shuffleboard, and furniture that are color old Camino Gardens Eastport THE GOLFVIEW Call 390-1222. coordinated by a j Appraisal & Realty, Inc. 9 hole pitch and putt course. RENTAL APARTMENTS 25 A Rooms for Rent G a r a g e model 3 bedrooms 2 baths No Pets. Low Maintenance. p r o f e s s i o n a l . Realtor •double garage, electric doors, 1 & 2 bedrooms with Twin beds, lovely quiet home. 450 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd. APRIL 1ST OCCUPANCY parking, of course. If you carpets, drapes, appliances balconys. Conveniently want the best of a one of a near Bibletown. Call 395-1185. Boca Raton 399-4440 SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT kind location — this is it. San included in price of $51,000. 35 6 Co-ops S Condominiums Sale Seasonal or Annual — Room located across from First CALL OWNER 395-7091. Bank and Tust, overlooking Remo has private beach, Annual savings some $700 on and Bath or will share PENTHOUSE NORTH tax and maintenance because the picturesque Boca Raton apartment with m a t u r e On Intracoastal, free boat Uf r » 7£J EXECUTIVE'S APT. pool, security — all the of no pool. Occupancy pronto Hotel. Heated pool. 200 E. amenities. A desirable youthful woman. Walk to dock. 2 bedroom 2 bath 3rd BOCA RATON! mortgage can be assumed as to seven months. Drive by shopping and center of Boca Royal Palm Road Call 399- floor. Close to stores, short W 7121. part of the purchase price. 1201 SW Mulberry and if Raton. Call 3914379 or 395walk to ocean, beautiful park Two apartments were MLS B-Condo 271WP. Contact interested phone ownerDELRAY BEACH 4216. like grounds. Perfect combined to make this more Jack Dolan, Realtor, to view. occupant John Dempsey, 391Fully furnished 1, 2 and 3 location, one look and you'U 25 B Aparlmenis for Rent 1526. bedroom apts. in Ocean Front buy. $26,500 unfurnished or than 2000 sq. ft. luxury home. He lives in San Remo. Divided bedrooms plus a Furnished 1 bedrm and effic. Villas. Private balconies, OPEN HOUSE!! BATEMAN & CO. apts. Air conditioned. 450 private beach, heated pool, $31,500 furnished MLS Key in family room, plus a 36 ft. Realtors Saturday, February 28 private porch and a separate F t . to Public beach. luxurious grounds, Feb. and our office. 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. 1:004:00 PM office. Color coordinated Beautiful. Seasonal, 3994453. March, weekly rate $300 up. Boca Raton Sunday, March 1 furniture, carpets and drapes 1 bedroom — 1 bath. Fur- Less after April 1 Call 278395-9355 399-8284 1:004:00 PM are included. A dream kitnished or partically fur- 4494. a full 18 ft. long. A 35 C Apts, Motels, Holels-Sale nished. OCEAN VIEW APTPROPERTIESREALTOR chen 1329 N.W. 6th Street, BOCA TEECA RENTAL garage, of course. Private BY OWNER DRUMMOND BUILDING S., 2519 N. Ocean Blvd. Call . . . greatly reduced for Boca Raton 201 N. Federal Hwy. beach, security, and aU the 16 Unit Apartment Bldg. 1 399-8290. Deerfield Bch. 390-1880 remainder of season. 1 bdrm amenities. For the astute and 2 bedroom. On 170 Ft. lot. plus den will easily DELUXE CLOISTER BEACH purchaser in the $80,000 plus East of U.S. 1, Boca Raton. A- A lovely home in prestige accommodate 4 adults. Move INTRACOASTAL TOWERS range wanting an apartment 1 Condition. 4 years old. Boca Raton. Ideal as a second right in and use all club Choice 2 bedroom 2 bath on (hat is a home. MLS B-Condo Gross over $40,000 — Can do home during winter months RENTAL APARTMENTS facilities. MLS BCondo 248P. 12th floor. Lovely waU to wall 266 WP. Inspection by ap- better. Priced at $298,000 or year round. WELCOME! FURNISHED One block from Boca Raton Call Lynda DeLisi, Assoc. carpeting and drapes pointment only. CaU John B. FIRM, Cash or 29 per cent MLS BR2487. $24,900. Hotel & Club, overlooking included. I m m e d i a t e Dolan, Realtor. down. Assume 1st mortgage Royal Palm Yacht & Country possession. Offered at $45,500 at $72,000 at 6V4 per cent. BATEMAN&CO. B.-f-Condo 239WP For Club. Owner will carry 2nd. Show to Realtors REAL ESTATEJnc. REAL ESTATE.inc. inspection, call Mrs. Seasonal & Yearly qualified buyer by a p 1299 S. Ocean Blvd. Realtor Realtor Ernestine Shawley, evenings Models open Daily pointment only. Call Boca' Boca Raton 104N.E."2ndSt. 104N.E.2ndSt. and weekends at 395-6775. 1075 Spanish River Rd. 395-9355 399-8284 391-1502. 391-5700 391-5700 BREAKFAST COOK Full time year round employment. Fringe benefits. 6 day week. New Holiday Inn 2809S. Ocean Blvd., Highland Beach. Apply in Person 8 AM4:30 P.M. „ MAIDS & HOUSEMEN Boca Raton Hotel & Club, Call 395-3000 Mr. Bast.

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BUY LINES 202 ACRES Of tremendous land buy — Ideally situated for apartments, only Vi mile west of city limits. Will show by appointment. CAMINO GARDENS WATERFRONT MLS-BR-2395WP — 3 bedrooms, 2Vi baths with pass-thru from kitchen to family room and oversized screened patio-pool area. $69,500 includes w-w carpets, drapes, 2 car auto, garage, sprinklers, dock with water and lights. Only a little over a year old — and true value. ASANREMO CONDO. Beautiful ocean view from top floor. MLSBCondo 256. Club house, heated pool, private beach. $42,500 includes large garage space, luxurious w-w carpets and drapes — Compare!

BOCA SQUARE OPEN SUNDAY 1:30-4:30 AALS-BR-2496 - 3 bedroom, 2 bath, family room and foyer. $39,900 includes carpets, drapes and the specimen lansscaping includes exotic garden with waterfall. A BEAUTY for EASTER.

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ROYAL PALM YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB WATERFRONT MLS-BR-2383W. On a wide 150' waterway, this 3 bedroom, 2'/2 bath home has a huge screened porch with built-in barbeque. The beautiful landscaped lawns have auto, sprinklers and the $89,500 price includes w-w carpets, drapes and so many extras. BOCA SQUARE AALS-BR-2296 — 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air and heat, complete electric kitchen and loads of closets. Be sure to see this value — furnished or unfurnished — $35,900 — $33,900 THIS EASTER BE A WISE BUNNY Hop out and see this gorgeous waterfront home in ROYAL PALM YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB. 2 bedrooms, 4Va baths, den with real fireplace. Beautiful large screened patio overlooks dock and water — AALS-BR2389W. Extras, Extras, Extras. Be wise and see for oniy $125,000. BUY OF YEAR Perfectly delightful 2 bedroom, 2 bath home plus large family room and all electric kitchen with pass-thru to extra spacious screened porch with southern exposure —- radiant heat — air conditioning — priced at $29,500 for quick sale — MLS-BR2322.

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BOCASQUARE 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carpet, drapes. Large family room, built in barbecue, central air and heat, sprinkler system, storm shutters. Call 395-3972. JUST LISTED ONLY $6000 DOWN and no closing costs if you qualify to buy this roomy 3 bedroom 2 bath air-cond. home in Boca. GOOD terms GOOD home GOOD neighborhood. Need we say more?? ? Ask for .-2493.

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395-9100 ROYALPALM YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB

It must be seen to be appreciated. This 2 bedroom, 2% bath home is beautifully located on a large, well landscaped lot. A very livable house with an abundance of closets. MLS BR2019G $67,500. Call Alta Knight, assoc. 3951890 or 395-1850 FLORIDA SITES, INC. REALTOR 26 S.E. 4th St. Boca Raton, Fla. WATERFRONT BOCA ISLANDS 3 Bedroom + guest room +2 bath + new wall to wall carpet (living room & dining room area) + 12'x40' screened patio + central gas heat + dock + 6 per cent MTG. $35,000 firm. Call 3914825.

WATERFRONT 3 bedroom 2 bath, Guest room, new wall to wall carpet in lining dining area. 12x40 screened patio dock, sprinklers. Large 6 per cent mortgage. $35,000 Call 3914825. Did you miss the 5 bedroom pool home that Bebout is advertising ... Check again. BOCA VILLAS This is a Family home in a nice Family neighborhood, located on a large corner lot. It includes 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, patio, and chain link fence around the rear of the property. The owner has just repainted. MLS BR-2479. XS«"JS^

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3-2 POOL HOME WITH FAMILY ROOM This beautiful newer home is in a lovely residental area of fine homes and has desirable, S.E. exposure for pool. Addison Mizner School district. MLS BR 2495 P.

CARLEN Appraisal & Realty, Inc. Realtor

450 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd. Boca Raton 399-4440

COMPLETED SOON Boca Sq. 3-2 with Family room, on sewers, carpeted, sprinklers, near school, good financing. Buy now, choose colors. Price $29,500 By owner 395-2571. BOCA SQUARE Clean as a whistle, Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath with family room. Pool, large patio with water fall. Carpeting & drapes. Fully equipped GE Kitchen. Breakfast nook'. Radiant heat plus reverse cycle. Custom built June 1968 MLS BR 2472P For information Call MADDOX REALTY, 399-0200 or 395-2900 SPARKLING NEW OPEN HOUSE ROYALPALM YACHT CLUB Here is a home you must see! So many personal touches. Nautral brick patio surrounding a sparkling Gothic pool. Ceiling fan turning lazily in the dining patio. Built in vacuum system. A large 3 bedroom tVz bath luxury residence, ready to move into. MLS 2437. OPEN DAILY 1:00-5:00 293 Sabal Palm Terrace REALTY 95 E. Palmetto Park Rd. 395-2421 Anytime EXTRA INCOME Completely furnished 2 Br. 2 Ba. Rent 3rd Br. for $120.00 Per Mo. Sun- Eve. call 3959278 MLS-2408 Total $23,200

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36 S.E. 6th St. M.R. Rodger, Realtor 391-0990 WATERFRONT WITH POOL Newly listed on the waterway - boat dock and swimming pool - two bedrooms, two baths- immaculate condition bring your boat and bathing suit and start to live a little $38,500 MLS BR -2460 WP.

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757 S. Fed. Hwy. Coloaial Bldg Boca Raton 395-4044 IDEAL VACATION or YEAR ROUND HOME For Northereners who would like a sub-tropical home as a second residence during the colder months, this immaculate, modestly priced 2 bdrm. home is ideal. Price is $24,900. Financing can be arranged. If desired, owner will sell his home completely and attractively furnished at a sacrifice price of $1,000 — less than just the cost of shipping fine furniture South. This house is also ideal for a retired couple who have decided to take advantage of Florida living rear round. MLS BR2487. Call John Van Horson, Assoc.

BRIGHT AND PRECIOUS 3 bedroom, 2 bath family home in school area available early May. MLS BR-1567. Call Gall eves. 395-1217.

GEORGE VAN ZEE, Realtor

307 Golfview Drive Boca Raton 395-1661 GARVY'S HOWD JA LIKE GOT A DUPLEX WITH IT!

a swimming pool and right of way to the ocean and intracoastal? With a mite of alteration we've got it at less than $40,000. Hurry MLS 2366P ED GARVY Realtor 701E. Palmetto Pk.Rd. 391-0900 Anytime PALMETTO PARK TERRACE Year old Mediterranean custom lakefront pool home surrounded by beautiful TREES TREES TREES. 3 bedroom plus beautiful panelled den with built in cabinets ... and a tremendous family room, plus carpeting and draperies. MLS BR 2501 WP. Call Ed Ronan

EXCELLENT DOCKING FACILITIES Only $ 10 Per Day Per Person The Finest Costs No More at the MAYFAIR MANOR HOTEL 244 Venetian Way — Only 2 blocks from the Beach — on Atlantic Ave in * Delray Beach, Fla. 276-6375

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OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY FEB. 28, 10 TO4 SUNDAY MARCH 1, 10 TO 4 RAINBOW HOMES $22,500.00 2105 S.W. 13th St., just west of Sherwood Park Shopping Center. Follow the signs from Atlantic Ave. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, completely reconditioned, new paint inside and out. Ideal area for commuter. Perfect arrangement for family. (MLS R-294-S) LOOK FOR THE ARROWS

FORD R. CARTER, INC. REALTORS 612 East Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, Florida. 276-7481

3 bedrooms 2 baths — on a corner lot ... immediate possession... cable heat... air conditioned ... garage ... sprinkler system .. Mizner Use News Classified School District .. Large LITTLE HARBOR rooms with enormous south ONTHEHILLSBORO facing patio. MLS 2318. For details call IVAN HAACK ... Split 3 bedroom 2 bath home, large family room, spacious Associate. master bedroom. Central airWEIR REALTORS Weir Plaza Bldg 855 S Fed Hwy heat. Very nice carpeting and drapes, washer and dryer. Boca Raton Ph:395-4000 This is one of the loveliest THE SPARKLE OF CARE areas in Deerfield Beach. Shows in this 3 bedroom 2 Only $38,900. MLS. bath pool home. You'll enjoy • RALPH C. the quiet seclusion of towering pines ... Right in your own fenced yard. Don't wait ... Better see MLS BR2259P Today for just $31,500. REALTY, INC. •

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Since then, the interest rate went from 6!4 to 8% per cent. The same house went up 40-50 per cent. We will say again, "Buy or Wait?" Common labor fust went from $3.25 to $6.11 an hour. Stop by and see us.

80-90 Per Cent Mortgage available. 15 Homes available from Immediate Occupancy to 90 Days.

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757 S. Fed. Hwy. Colonial Bldg Boca Raton 395-4044 OVERLOOKING CAMINO GARDENS This beautiful 4-2 waterfront pool home is located on a exceptionally large lot. Ideal family home, built in 1968, includes among many extras,

carpeting, draperies, refrigerator and dishwasher. Central air-heat. 2 car garage. MLS BR 2269wp.

CARLE Appraisal & Realty, Inc. Realtor

450 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd.

2800 N. Fed. Hwy. Boca Raton 395-0000 anytime

Boca Raton 3994440 VOTED THE BEST VALUE! A charming 2 bedroom home perfectly situated for your young family ... including a large fenced yard to play in. Even a wood burning fireplace and best of all — Just $22,300 Buys MLS BR2347.

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OFFICE SPACE On US 1, Boca Raton Will Divide to suit tenant Winfield Professional Bldg. 395-4254

APARTMENTS FOR SALE WHY? By John B. Dolon, Vice President I am often asked, "Why are there so many apartments for sale in San Remo, Cloister Beach Towers, Newth Gardens, etc.?" I'm also asked "Why are there so many homes for sale in Camino Gardens, Royal Palm, Boca Islands, etc.?" The answer is relatively easy. It doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with any apartment or subdivision. A review of our records indicates that the average minimum turnover in any condominium or subdivision is from 10 per cent to 15 per cent per year. The reason for this rate is also relatively easy to explain. The median age group is high and consequently the mortality rate is a factor. Personal economics are also a factor. The desire for more prestige and social life or less social pressures in other cases are factors. People are more transient — not so deeply rooted to any one environment. A great many people today move from a home to an apartment, then back to a home, then back to an apartment just as they

trade cars and move from one manufacturer and model to another. Seldom, if ever, do we have a listing where the owner is selling simply because he doesn't like his home or apartment. Incidentally, I checked with brokers I know in Atlanta, Georgia and Toronto, Canada and their findings parallel my own. There just isn't any place better to live than in the Boca Raton area of South Florida. If you are interested in reviewing the best possible values in this 10 per cent to 15 per ctnt turnover of apartments and homes, I'm sure we can help you. You can generally effect a substantial saving by purchasing a resale apartment or home. We keep our records and comparable sales up to date. If you are buying we can guide you to the current values we consider best. If you are selling we can assist you in determining the current market figure. We are members of Multiple Listing Service, of course. Contact John B. Dolan — Realtor.

BATEMAN & CO., Realtors Boca Raton 1299 South Ocean Boulevard 395-9355 399-8284

EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE RENTAL APARTMENTS From '170 Per Month

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Large corner in Boca Raton Industrial Park zoned M-l with 240 Feet on N.W. 2 Avenue. Total plot contains 41,990 Square feet. Handy to railroad siding and all truck routes. Only $48,000. This is exclusive with us.

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Informal, tasteful elegance throughout these provide you with Floridian living at it's finest.

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Wall-to-wall carpeting —- Spacious walk-in closets. — Formica vanities — luxuriousiytiled kitchens and bathrooms — Dressing room — Refrigerator and range — Dishwasher — Disposal — Plus many more featuresto make you a proud resident.

An immaculate and charming three bedroom home with perfect exposure. The kitchen-family room, focal point of the home, is a homemaker's dream, vinyl floor, double self-cleaning ovens, ice maker refrigerator-freezer. Pass-thru to a delightful patio area with heated pool, built-in barbecue and vinyl awning. The luxurious carpeting, exquisite draperies, marble Roman master bath with gold fixtures all add to make this house a home. 15' built-in storage in the electric eye garage with a separate utilitylaundry room. Roof and exterior just Permatexed and guaranteed for 15 years. Outside a concrete circular drive and fine landscaping with fruit trees and illuminated fountain. AALS BR-2492P. Call Daily or Sunday 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. 395-1661.

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OPEN DAILY 10:30-5:00 P.M. ROYALPALM YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB See this lovely home on Golf Course - 3 bedrooms or 2 bedrooms & den, 3 gorgeous marble baths - large living room - many custom features, etc., Vacant - MLSBR-2301G.

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Realtor Brand new 3 BR 2 bath home 104N.E.2ndSt. with pool. MLS BR-2440WP 391-5700 PLENTY OF ROOM! "SEE FOR YOURSELF" For the growing family. This 4 bedroom 2 bath pool home is 511 Philips Dr. East of N.E. located within walking 5th ave between Palmetto distance to all schools. Shows like new! MLS BR-2304P. Call park rd & 20th street Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM — 395JOE MARKARIAN, Realtor 1661. 391-4507 OPEN HOUSE DAILY From 10-3 PM (•FORGE VAN Z E E . Realtor 1170 S.W. 19th St., Boca 307 Golfview Drive New 4 bedroom, 2 bath, ideal Boca Raton 395-1661 location for children. ImCOUNTRY CLUB mediate occupancy. Can be FURNISHED BEAUTY bought FHA-VA. Fresh as a daisy in this newly ALSO furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bath Waterfront New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, pool, home with huge Florida carpets, AC, etc. Beautiful room. Choice easterly NEW POOL and permanent view of In- HEATED patio just t r a c o a s t a l W a t e r w a y . screened completed. Price reduced to Builder 964-4034. $31,900. This spacious TREES TREES TREES bargain will not last. BR3 Bedroom 2 bath, extra large 2368P living room and bedroom. This is a MUST see BR 2459. Call Ed Ronan

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Realtor 104N.E.2ndSt. 391-5700 UNIVERSITY PARK CLOSE TOIBM 3 Bedrooms '2Vz baths, spacious cherry wood panel family room, large screened patio, utility room, double garage. Beautifully landscaped lanai entrance. Reverse cycle air and heat, w-w carpet-drapes. All electric kitchen. Sprinkling system, storm panels. 3955014.

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SNEAK PREVIEW Mont Clair Builders, Inc. are now displaying their new BENTLEY model at 1099 Marble Way-Sun & Surf Community. For inspection call 942-7761.

Near everything — Ideal for a couple who wants shops, theatre and restaurants nearby ... GE built-in kitchen ... screened patio & Florida Roaltor room... 2bedrooms2 baths ... 2800 N. Fed. Hwy. Priced right! BR 2464 ... For BOCA RATON inspection call TOM RAINES 3954)000 anytime ... Associate. PERFECT FOR THE WEIR REALTORS YOUNG FAMILY Weir Plaza Bldg 855 S Fed Hwy Large 2 bedroom (12' x 15%'), Boca Raton Ph :395-4000 2 bath home near FAU, IBM OWNERMUSTSELL! and all schools. Carpets and draperies included. Priced to POOL home with 2 or 3 bdrms sell! MLS BR-2426 Call (den easily converts) & 2 Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM — 395- baths. This house has lush Ko el carpeting,a marble tile 1661. foyer & central air & heat. Priced at $32,500 but we can talk! MLS BR2336P. Call GEORGE VAN ZEE. Lynda DeLisi, Assoc. Reoltor

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DELRAY 3 bedroom 2 bath, double carport, 100x120 lot. Terrace and Patio. $32,500. Call 278-2290.

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BOCA VILLAS New home at pre-inflated BY OWNER -price $29,000. 3 bedroom 2 3 bedroom 2 bath. Large baths, panelled dining and screened porch, panelled family rooms. Select colors family room. Large back on painting, appliances and yard, palms and climbing carpet before1 finishing — trees. Well and automatic NOW. Large corner lot fully sprinklers. $28,500 Call 395- sodded. Abutting corner lot available for building to your 0100. taste. 900 N.W. 5th Ave., Boca 4 BEDROOM-POOL 2% bath - $33,500 Call 391^ Raton. PETE MATTEODO 5193, 4 p j n . to 6 p.m.

Sunday, March 1, 1970 BOCA RATON NEWS 11C 35 K Duple* A1 LOCATION Flexible 2 bedroom, 2 bath, only 2 blocks to ocean and beach. Prime rental area. Large rooms and closets. Sprinkler system. $50,000 MLS. Call 399-3132.

SWEETHEART! 3 Bedrooms, immaculately Boca Woods 2 bedroom 2 ' 0 A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY bath. Excellent condition. clean home completely furn. AT Furnished or unfurnished. $39,500 Ready to move into right away. Modern space $31,500 Call 395-1210. age pass-thru kitchen with • RALPH C. YOU SAVE APPROX. $4,000 breakfast nook leading to DEERFIELD (No pilings required) patio. Privacy in yard BV-494WR1 guaranteed with fish tail CONTRACTOR palm t r e e hedge. Sound CALL TODAY SUNDAY FAMILY HOME IF YOU WANT TO LIVE 391-0871 Nights elegant? Call FRED CAREY, JOE MARKARIAN, Realtor REALTY, INC. • IOC South Fedtrtl Highway -2—Pool —$44,900 ON THE NICEST SPOT Associate, today and come 391-1068 Days 391-4507 __, OMrfidd Beach, Fla, JM-31J2 ON THE INTRACOASTAL see. MLS BR2255. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP CARIBBEAN KEYS Change of family plans Use News Classified then this lovely 3-2% home is SINCE 1925 BATEMAN&CO. Custom built 4 bedroom 3 makes this never-lived-in Realtors LOVELY HOME bath POOL red tile roof and for you. On dead end street, 2 JUST COMPLETED - NEW home available .. GE ap1299 S. Ocean Blvd. ONLY $65,000 Chattahoochee patio home, car garage, patio, leisure DUPLEX Best location on 5th pliances included .. Lawn & Boca Raton ROYAL PALM on the water. Excellent ex- room, vast lawn stretching to Ave in Boca. Within walking ( plantings established .. Step YACHT & COUNTRY CLUB 399-8284 'j\ posure — less than 100 ft. water's edge, dock, and all 395-9355 distance to Theatre, down living room w-graceful See this spotless, 3 bedroom, facilities of a modern home. HYPOLUXO * from intracoastal. Located at Restaurants and shopping. FEDERAL REALTY 3 bedroom, larger house. front exposure bay window. 4 2V2 bath - all rooms are large 5550 Rico Dr., Boca MLS BR sets of sliding doors open to especially master bedroom & OF FLORIDA Central heat and air. Approx. 2476 WP Open 11 a.m. to 4 2 Bedrooms 2 bath, large patio-pool area. Close to living room. Unusual " L " 391-2235 Eve.&sun.391-2801 $5,000 down, 6 per cent p.m. screened patio, utility room, schools .. A home built for a CONDOMINIUMS shaped Florida room - Ex- Dishwasher, refrigerator, mortgage. Price open. Call growing family .. MLS 2497P cellent buy - call for more M.L.S. Save time, thumb thru 683-7284. stove, wall to wall carpeting. For inspection .. call details - MLS-BR-2407 our picture listings, fantastic Realtor YOU'LL BE PROUD! Reverse cycle air cond. each waterfront views. All price Anyone could be proud of this GEORGE KNOBLOCK 2800 N. Fed. Hwy. kMOTHERWELL side, beautifully landscaped, Associate. ranges, some elegantly home. It's like new. Some of BOCA RATON sprinklers $225 a month. nft REALTOR WEIR REALTORS furnished. P o m p a n o , the features are 3 bedrooms, 395-0000 anytime 757 S. Fed. Hwy. Colonial Bldg Yearly for rent ea. side or Weir Plaza Bldg 855 S Fed Hwy Deerfield, Boca Raton. See 2 baths, Family Room, RARE OPPORTUNITY Boca Raton 395-4044 $52000 Selling Price. Call 395our Marie Pond, Assoc, central air conditioning and Boca Raton Ph: 395-4000 IN CURRENT MARKET Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath 0781 Boca. BY OWNER In Camino Gardens, a Condominium expert. You heat, screened patio with 2 bedroom, 2 bath home. home for sale by owner, room for a pool, wall to wall Separate dining room, en- excellent condition in prime 2 bedroom 2 bath with prestige Boca community, a 2 couldn't be in better hands carpeting, drapes, ample closed garage, including Boca Raton Square location. g a r a g e . All built in a p bedroom 2 bath home in closets and storage space, reverse cycle air conditioning Ideal for retirement couple. pliances, central a i r and choice location. Well landdeluxe kitchen cabinets, and and heat. Sprinklers, some Call 395-1377 for appointment heat. East of Federal, in scaped with plenty of room Also drapes, $29,000. north Boca area. Call 391-4606 for privacy. 56 foot covered PROPERTIES REALTOR automatic sprinkler system. furniture. 9 DRUMMOND BUILDING washing machine, new ice MLS-BR2467, or 943-2008. porch and patio with ideal JUST MARRIED 201 N. Federal Hwy. 395-4711 maker refrigerator. $25,000. You'll love this 2 bedroom 2 HARD TO FIND exposure. Spacious interior Deerfield Bch. 390-1880 399-6711 Call 395-5697. BUILDERS MODEL with extra closets and bath home ... It's spacious J.C.J^JlTCHELL&SONS NEW BUILDERS MODEL 3 bdrm-2 bath each side. cabinets. 2 car garage with with separate dining room REALISTICALLY PRCIED •* <-i 22 S. Federal WATERFRONT Located in No. Pompano in radio door. Carpeting, Spacious 3 bdrm-2 bath just and screened porch and huge REALTORS j Boca' Raton, F l o . BEAUTY draperies, other extras in- completed with central air & fenced yard. MLS BR-2397 is excellent rental area. Built in BEST BUY PRICED REDUCED 1969 — central air & heat. cluded in realistic price. Call heat. Large eat-in kitchen REALTO a great place to start your REALTORS $1,400 Priced at $35,000 with large 395-4049. Completely Lovely 3 bedroom home with f a m i l y . with 30 ft. living & dining mortgage. Call Lynda DeLisi, Exceptionally well con- unique LIFE TIME OF QUALITY furnished, too, so just bring lot, providing area. East of Federal-best of This 3 Br. 2 Ba. extra fine all you can walk to shopping, structed 3 bedroom 2 bath protected dockage on quiet your stereo. Available at Assoc. home in one of our best Su- entertainment & restaurants. home. Addison Mizner school canal, plus a thrilling view $25,900. Divisions c o m p l e t e l y Priced at only $31,900. MLS district. Features include 100 out across the Intracoastal furnished with refined BR2283. If down payment is a ft. x 100 ft. lot, Florida room, Waterway. Home in excellent REAL ESTATEJnc. furnishings. Large Patio, problem, owner will discuss a laundry room as large as a condition with many REALTOR Realtor solid roof, Sun. Eve. 395-9278 FHA which requires a bedroom, sprinkler system. desirable features. Owner 140 N. Federal Hwy. Boca 104 N.E. 2nd St. Complete storm shutters, MLS 2306 $39,500. has real compulsion to sell. 395-8155 minimum deposit. Call Lynda 391-5700 carpeting and drapes. For a $ 4 2 , 5 0 0 ! BR-2424W. DeLisi, Assoc. real bargain, much of the MacLaren & Anderson, Inc. furniture can be purchased 135 E . Palmetto Pk. Rd. Ph: for only $400 extra. Now only 395-1333. Call Mrs. Raynal rREALTY of Boca Raton Inc. $28,500. Immediate oc- evenings or week end at 36S.E. 6thSt. cupancy MLS BR 2279 Realtor Ph: 395-7689. M.R. Rodger, Realtor 104N.E.-2ndSt. 391-0990 CAMINO GARDENS 391-5700 FURNISHED HOME ULTRA DELUXE \ YACHTSMANS DREAM IN TOP CONDITION WATERFRONT In Beautiful new shopping com3 bedroom, 2 bath, north — •I Appraisal & Really. Inc. $57,000 3 BEDROOMS—2 BATHS facing home on intracoastal Realtor plex under construction on Boca Owner will consider selling This luxurious home could 450 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd. unfurnished. This CAMINO water way. An unsurpassed not be duplicated for this Raton's main artery to beach. 200 399-4440 offering: All large rooms, GARDENS home h a s 3 view—due south—down this Boca Raton block of E. Palmetto Pk. Rd. bedrooms 2 baths ... double water way. Plus additional carpeting, drapes, Family Phone 564-0269 FROM garage. Complete a n d 100 ft. canal to rear of this Room, east facing heated charming ... MLS 2400. For property, with protected pool on large patio, double 'THE YEUOW appointment to inspect call dock. 6 per cent assumable boat dock on wide canal, DOOR" HAL HAYNES ... Associate mortgage. Open 10 to 4-870 beautifully landscaped, 2 car WEIR REALTORS g a r a g e , and many other Havana Drive, Caribbean CHARM & LIVABIUTY extras. BR-2499WP. Offered Weir Plaza Bldg 855 S Fed Hwy Keys. MLS-BR2410W. 2 bedrooms and a convertible; at $77,500. Shown by Boca Raton Ph: 395-4000 den, screened patio, wrought appointment only. Call Mrs. 4 bedroom homes for March aluminum trim, and PLUSH Ernestine Shawley evenings Realtor occupancy. Choose colors, 2800 N. Fed. Hwy. carpeting and draperies are and weekends at 395-6775. now. Mizner School District. BOCA RATON just a few of the features of Maximum financing avail. 395-0000 anytime this lovely home in a quiet $41,850 plus mortgage cost. area convenient to shopping WATERFRONT HOME See furnished DeMarco centers. $29,900 homes model — 40q S.W. 9th IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY PLASTRIDGE INC. Ave. Boca Raton, Phone 395REALTOR 4BR Yes 4300 or 399-1281. 21) S.E.lstAve. 5th BR or den Yes Royal Palm Plaza, Boca Raton WATERFRONT 426 E a s t A t l a n t i c A v e . , D e l r a y Family room Yes Deluxe 3 bedroom 2 bath home with Boca 395-1433, D e l r a y 278-2811 POOL HOME Pool YES DEERFBELD HOME den. Complete with carpeting, Yes Waterfront pool home — 3 Carpet drapes, and numerous extras. Call Nl Yes bedroom, Vh bath with very A GEM on the INTRA-COASTAL BR-2047WP for appointment. AALS 2415W large family room — nice carpeting and draperies with $64,900. in BEAUTIFUL BOCA RATON CALL TODAY SUNDAY 2 car garage with automatic JOE MARKARIAN, Realtor door — patio with southeast MAGNIFICENT WATERWAY VIEW. QUALITY 391-4507 exposure—Let's see it — BR2 Bedroom V-k bath home. Spotless move in SPECIAL 2390WP. $44,900. condition. Large open terrace Plot 97 ft. by 150 ft. HEATED POOL HOME Deluxe 2 or 3 bedroom, 3 bath with KMOTHERWELL $53,000. Existing 5% per cent Mtg. MLS 2429W. $27,500 large Florida room. Complete with '** REALTOR Large corner lot with citrus carpeting and drapes and some 757 S. Fed. Hwy. Colonial Bldg trees — 3 bedroom 2 bath with F. BYRON PARKS 21 ft. Living room, 21 ft. furniture. MLS 2434W $64,900. Boca Raton 395-4044 Via Mizner Royal Palm Plaza Family room + 11x26 porch. NEW NEVER OCCUPIED Central air and heat, 2 car Tel. 395-3700 garage — 2 outside storage If No Answer Call 395-0611 Change of owner's plans shelters. Carpeting and creates a n opportunity to draperies. New double door Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath home move into this fine home refrigerator and disposal. with beautiful carpeting, drapes, immediately ... Three MLS 2508P bedrooms 2 baths — central sunken living room and split heat & air ... carpeting ... Dishwasher, disposal, bedrooms. MLS 2434W $64,500. GEORGE VAN ZEE, double garage ... Family Refrigerator, some carpeted Realtor room ... all for $37,500. MLS 307 Golfview Drive 2402 ... For appointment to Boca Raton 395-1661 see ... callJIM MC DONALD BETTER THAN NEW ... Associate ... Beautiful 3 bedroom 3 bath home CAMINO GARDENS WEIR REALTORS This 3 yr. young house is with family room and heated pool. Weir Plaza Bldg 855 S Fed Hwy about as perfect as a poolMany deluxe features and large lot Boca Raton P h : 395-4000 waterfront home can b e . 3 TRY AND BEAT THIS with beautiful landscaping. Big bedrooms, 2 baths. $17,500 HUGE living room, formal Carpeting, draperies, etc. etc. MLS FULL PRICE dining room, fabulous kitchen special consideration to people buying 2185WP $75,000. r For this like-new 2 bedroom and family room. A really houses C.B.S. home. Circular drive luxury home — for those that with attached carport. Large want the best and can afford back yard with many fruit it. Call Winnie Teats, Assoc. trees. Low taxes. Owner will 565-9303, or wkends & eves GENERAL' ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION lit. give possession in 30 days. 771-0177. Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with lPPl.lUif EJ. SI PPLIhD i SHOULD BY CONSTRUCTION Hurry ... this won't last. BRIRELAND REALTY, INC. den and pool. Make reasonable 2500. Complete furnished. Realtors Call 395-1183 offer. Asking $46,500. MLS 2320WP. 3032 E . 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Lovely golf course home with a view overlooking 16th fairway in Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club. Built in fall of 1968, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath residence offers the ultimate in gracious living for the golfer who wants to be near his first love. East facing screened patio and pool area surfaced with Chattahoochee stone. Gak paneled family room, exquisite carpets and draperies. Cement circular drive, electric 2-car garage door, automatic sprinklers. Many, many extras. By appointment only. BR-2456PG. $85,000.

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TUNISON PALMS Easy and comfortable you'll be with all the big and little extras built right in this charmer. Three bedrooms, 2 baths — Chattahoochee patio and large pool — big family room and 2 car garage. Separate utility room — Mizner school district. BR-2380P. $41,500

OPEN SUNDAY 11-4

INTRA COASTAL BEAUTY

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1,2,3 Bedroom, 1,2,3 baths ONE MONTH FREE RENT 3 MONTH to YEAR

ISLAND POINT

ESTATE ATMOSPHERE in BEAUTIFUL RIVIERA

A lovely large 2 bedroom 2 bath + home contains big 2 car garage. This handsome place has a beautiful screened porch, picturesque circular hedge surrounding patio. A perfect location — a few blocks from ocean and Intracoastal. Better see today. May be gone tomorrow. BR 2384, only $41,900.

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

GOLDEN HARBOUR TEENAGE HEAVEN 5 BEDROOMS—3 BATHS INTHEMID30's Add to that a formal dining room, sunken living room, family room, screened patio and self cleaning pool... Need we say more. Grab the phone and ask for MLS BR-2430P. Oh, an attractive mortgage, too!

AN ALL WATERFRONT COMMUNITY IN BEAUTIFUL BOCA RATON

GENERAL! >ELECTRIC

ONLY A FEW LOTS LEFT (WILL BUILD TO sum *East of Federal Highway with direct access *Underground utility service to the intracoastal *Seawalls '''Approximately 1 mile to Boca Inlet *No need for expensive pilings *City Sewers

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One of the finest available in Boca Raton. MLS 603WP1B $21,900. OPEN SATURDAY 9-5 p.m. SUNDAY 1-5 p.m.

INTRACOASTAL

A beautiful home on the waterway — three bedrooms, two baths and huge Florida room overlooking exquisite view. Tropical back includes large open pool 18 x 30. BR 2143 Anxious seller

Stephen J.

While at the model inquire about our

Visit our model in Golden Harbour 501 H.E. 14th St. & N.E. 5th Ave.

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