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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, March 24, 1998
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THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1998 9C Baseball 1 Classifieds Announcements 1-56 Legal Services BANKRUPTCY $125 - $349 Fla's Largest Paralegal Ftrrrl ' CORPORATION $90 , DIVORCE $125 $349 f "' WILLS $60 Filmg Fees Extra NO ATTORNEY'S FEE (661) 731 0092 , i I 9 to 7 Monday - Friday -. With Brock's love of game, 1-05 Cemetery Lots ) Employment Fi MEMORIAL GRDNS Lifetime Care. Meditation Sec. Asking BANKRUPTCY FROM 1100. f NO Q - S90O. 561 '433-2398 an Bpm P B. MEMORIAL PARK making a living was a steal Lawn crypt for 2 In Veterans Garden I20OO 561-626-9166 CROSS WOjR D DIVOHOfc t-HUM $120. CORP. FROM $75. " Will $60. . , Other Typing Services . (561) 734-1815 58 1 Introduction Services lial Merchandise Q Real Estate Hel Automotive 1-40 Special Notices 1962 record with 118 stolen bases ADOPTION in 1974. 1-888-81 Adopt In 19 years, Brock also collect INDEX Some Classifications Require Prepayment. ed 3,023 hits, and led the Cardinals to the World Series in 1964, 1967 CARING WOMEN ATTYS Living A medical expenses pd. FREE counseling & trensp. CALL 24hf9 7davs Michelle Hausmann tt 845655 and 1968 (the only year they lost it). But with modest leads off first ABORTION 5-22 WEEKS Asleep or Twilight Anesthesia urN bervicesriiv testing Outoatient Tubal Liaation ALL NEW . Florida's 1 DatelineTalkline DIAL 711 ending with rapid-pop-up slides into second, Brock pioneered PRESIDENTIAL WOMEN'S CTR. CALL 561 -6Hb modern base stealing. FREE Pregnancy Test CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTER It wasn't easy. He said he knew little about good base run Mon. appt only, Tues-Fri Walk-in IO f FINANCIAL & fin COMM. REAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Ww BUSINESS OP. 03 ESTATE SALES 1A )C COMMERCIAL "fA M EDUCATION QJ RENTLEASE f U CONDOMINIUMS 1 5 EMPLOYMENT 40 ReS 75 MOBILE HOMES 1 BUSINESS Ert HOUSE QA I PERSONALS 3U RENTALS OU MARINEBOATS MEC0THERRESID- OB MERCHANDISE 33 RENTALS OO AVIATION OC PETSS Crt RESID. REAL tt A3 LIVESTOCK OU ESTATE SALES 5JU AUTOMOTIVE ma a. nagier ur, oouf Abortion Alternative ADOPTION 7 ning. For the next few years, he carried an 8mm camera and aimed it at the mound, shooting reel after Medicalliving expenses paid. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE t - . reel of pitchers. Atty Charlotte Danciu Call 1-800-395-5449 25$min. j $1.00 1st. min. 1 Ladies Call ; FREE! ! "I probably knew as much about the human anatomy as any 24 Hours BarS 307084 Are You Fed UDl To find oul how to achieve vour financial S scientist m the world. I was able to lifestyle goal call 000-664-9916 determine when a pitcher moved, TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD CALL: (561) 227-LIVE j what he was going to do. 1-48 Personal Announcements Credit Card Billing... ' 820-4343 In this fashion, Brock became a professor of the game. For that Jupiter to Boynton Beach 1-800-CITY-FUN ! By Joe Capozzl y Palm Beach Post Staff Wter JUPITER Nearly 18 years after retiring, Hall of Famer Lou Brock can remember his first game, his first hit, his first home run, even his first strikeout. But his first stolen base? A pause. Laughter. "I can't remember," Brock the "Sultan of Swipes" whose 938 stolen bases are a National League record said Monday at Roger Dean Stadium Stadium. "I think it was against the Cardinals. At least, that's what somebody told me." For the record, Brock was a rookie outfielder for the Chicago Cubs on April 13, 1962, when he beat St Louis catcher Gene Oliver's throw to second for his first stolen base. While Brock went on to refine the art of base stealing after he was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals, he says he never intended to forge his career by tormenting catchers. His base stealing came about as a matter of job security, not long after he arrived in St. Louis in June 1964 as an unproven 24-year-old outfielder. The Cubs traded him for pitcher Ernie Broglio, who had been 18-8 the year before. (Bob Gibson thought it was the worst trade he'd ever heard of.) After finishing second to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1963, the Cardinals wanted to revive the scrappy-play philosophy of the old Gas House Gang the fabled Cardinals team that won the 1934 World Series with, among other things, daring base running. When manager Johnny Keane ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS For help and information call PB-B6UU or OOr-IBOl ANN'S PRIVATE STUDIO TT req. Health ! reason along with his anable personality he has been the Cardinals' special instructor since 1994. Before that, he held the Martin and St. Lucie Counties . . . 223-3502 All other areas in Florida toll-free (800)392-7023 Garage Sale Hotline 930-SELL " 439-7551 DEENIES HIDEAWAY Physical Fitness j A private retreat. BYOB. same position with Montreal, Los Sunbathing. 954-426-3336 A1A MASSAGE 2014 ' Angeles and Minnesota; each of Nr Northlake a 1-95. Hrs 10-7 H P BCH: 648-8160 i 820-4340 FAX Fax your classified ad to us 24 hours a day . . 1-51 Tickets AAA Atlantic Massagt-Lisa ' MSB Ualla maiijoj ' JUPITER STUART A About Mas-age 8MM4348 ' Stress busters, ins. accepiea. MC-Visa. BelvMil. 471-7775 t AIRLINE TICKETS-NOTICE Many travel ticketscoupons are not transferable Some restrictions may apply. Buyers should check with travel carrier before making their purchase to ensure transfer- AAHH MASSAGE- Great MARK MIRKOStaff Photographer Lou Brock never intended to revolutionize the art of base stealing. But given the assignment, he did. called a team meeting, Brock remembered thinking "Maybe Johnny's telling us we're going to get Maury Wills (the Dodgers shortstop who set a record in 1962 with 104 stolen bases)." Brock was almost right; Keane wanted another Maury Wills. Brock remembered catcher Bob Uecker volunteering for the job but Keane said: "Brock, you're it." Brock described the exchange: "Keane said, 'You do want to steal bases.' And I said, 'Yes, sir.' " Ten years later, Brock crossed paths with Wills again when the Cardinals outfielder obliterated his hands friendly smile. Helieve stress. 586-6542 MA 19605 ' AMANDA Full Body Massage. . aoimy. SPORTSENTERTAINMENT TICKETS-NOTICE Inout calls. Helieve stress a 0020897 I those teams increased its stolen base totals the year after Brock's tenure. Brock whose No. 20 is retired said he enjoys his role, especially if his 1985 induction into Cooperstown inspires players to succeed. (He works with two other Cardinals Hall of Famers Gibson and Red Schoendienst.) "Young players know the words 'Hall of Famer' mean you perform well and you're capable of handling most situations," Brock said. "And they talk to us more about game situations than the actual mechanics of the game." With the exception of licensed ticket brokers who are allowed to charge a fee for their services, it is prohibited by law to sell sporting AN ANGELS TOUCH 24 Hour . 1436 . . 64 1 -9566 i BALLY'S LIFETIME Member ' ana entertainment event iick-ets for more than St. 00 above snip tjyr annual uuo- SBtX). L.BII so 1 -D4ie-oo J I the retail admission price BEST MASSAGES Delray 9-6 S4050 mtn. 561-Z'fO-U ' .00519, Now interviewing! i BOYNTON MASSAGE Mon. -bat. 9-6 LIC. WbtHM Added staff! 561364 1199 I DEBORAH'S BODY SHOP cnargeo by ine original seiier. Buy & Sell All Events Elton-WCW ClaptonDylan DevilRayMarlinNCAA Panthers HeatUpton OFFICE HOURS 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday DEADLINES 1 p.m. for Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Thursday's deadline is Tuesday at 2 p.m. Sunday and Monday are 5 p.m. Friday. Change, correction, or cancellation deadlines are the same as placement deadlines. CANCELLATIONS AND CHANGES To cancel or make changes to an ad - or to report an error - call the appropriate number shown above. PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS. REPORT ERRORS AT ONCE. Note: Since our office is closed Saturday and Sunday, we will cover the cost of an ad starting and running on Saturday, Sunday andor Monday provided you call by 1 p.m. Monday to report the error. The Publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors nor for omission of copy beyond the cost of the ad. The Publisher reserves the right to edit, reject, cancel or properly classify any advertisement at any time. Copy changes during schedule. constitute a new ad with new charges. All ads are subject to a credit check. MONITORING: A small percentage of calls between our customers and employees are monitored to assure quality service. These calls are selected at random and are not recorded. Professional Reoutable . PGA & 1 624-9685 3034 DELRAY MASSAGE CTR l Serving PB county for 7 years DIAL: M'AS-S'AGE 2982 I Mr Stf, Est. I960, WplStm I I Steve MillerShowboat Karros to miss 3-6 weeks; Cordero signs uial: p f-f J European Best in Palm Beach, t NfcW: Jeanie. in & out. Mr- i it 641-6333 16696 ' JAN's Best Massage lor your ' money. ju4o mm. wro, M-Sal. 9am. 471-3900 84132 ' Palm Beach Post Wire Services LOS ANGELES Los Angeles first baseman Eric Karros will John's Massage Therapy , Aretha FranklinRent Amy GrantIce Show FusionLord of Dance VI MCDIAX e DELIVERY 840-8499 Licensed S Bonded NATB Fl Seller of Travel 21704 A prof i toucn lUHb ist visit 10-10 7dys 478-1379 0024136 JUPITER MASSAGE Open 7 , 9 510 off. Hou KAREN A LINDA MASSAGE THERAPY 464 N. Lake Blvd 644 9111 . MA74I Klmberly Relieve stress in hoi i tuo. relax neao to loe wrmas- ' Elton, Dylan sage. 588-6542 MA 19605 I LARRY'S MASSAGE Call We Accept: now for the best in Defray I WCW, Champs on Ice Clapton, Heat, NCAA (561) 279 4505 It 18840 MAGIC TOUCH 4 Handed Full 1 Body Massage. 7 days. In out i Lord-Dance Devil Rays Calls UUUP9f. 4J9-0U I Steve Miller, Rent MASSAGE $4090 minutes. 24 hrs. Dennia 561-731-2457 ' , undergo arthroscopic surgery on ' his left knee today and is expected to be out 3-6 weeks, ending his t streak of 267 consecutive games 5 played for the Dodgers. Dr. Ralph Gambardella examined Karros on Monday and decided to proceed with the surgery because he suspects cartilage damage. Karros has had persistent pain in his left knee this spring that hasn't responded well to treatment, team physician Dr. Frank Jobe said. Karros returned to Los Angeles on Friday from the Dodgers' camp in Vero Beach Rookie Paul Konerko will likely play first base in Karros' absence. Konerko hit .323 with 37 Sr'a welcome. He. MA0016563 ' admitted that a minor league coordinator invited Rose to address the players March 11. Kansas City Royals: Ace Kevin Appier will undergo arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder today, the team said. An MRI exam on Monday revealed the problem, and his status for 1998 will be determined after team physician Dr. Steve Joyce performs the operation. New York Mets: While the team kept on talking with other clubs about trades, Armando Reynoso had an important discourse with his right elbow. It told him that he's just not ready to start ballgames. And that communication could make their pitching conundrum both clearer and cloudier. "I think maybe I'm not 100 percent ready," he said after four nondescript innings in the Mets' 3-2 exhibition victory over the Montreal Expos. for a team since Boston dropped him for wife beating, finally found one when Chicago agreed to a $1 million, one-year contract. Cordero received a 90-day suspended sentence and was ordered to attend regular counseling sessions after pleading guilty in November to beating and threatening his wife last June. "I realize what I did was wrong," Cordero, 26, said in a statement Monday. Atlanta Braves: John Smoltz, who underwent surgery on his right elbow in December, made his second appearance of spring training, working two strong innings in an 8-4 loss to the Los Arigeles Dodgers. Cincinnati Reds: Pete Rose's little talk to team's minor leaguers this month resulted in a reprimand, not a fine. NL President Len Coleman, acting at the behest of acting commissioner Bud Selig, told the Reds of the decision Monday. The Reds had Aretha, Showboat 683-6788 MASSAGE FOR MEN ; ALL MALE STAFF COME RELAX WITH OUR GUYS 1 795 4316 NOW HIRING 14393 ' FL Seller of Travel 825555 MIRTA'S MASSAGE Whole Body. Call betw 8 .10-7'30Dm, Mon-Sat ffMA0004flS0 Call 561 272 0203 ORIENTAL MASSAGE STEAM SAUNA; 10am-10pm -Lie SMA1736I 561-393-0045 ALL EVENTS 'DYLAN UPTON WCW NITRO HEAT , ELTON CLAPTON MAIL BOX REPLIES Individuals with personal ads and some employers rent private mail boxes from The Palm Beach Post. To reply to their ads, address your letter to: Box number given in ad, CO The Palm Beach Post P.O. Box 24700 West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4700 CLASSIFIED CUSTOMER SERVICE If you have questions concerning your classified advertising bill, call our customer service representative at (561 ) 820-31 1 0 or 1 -800-432-7595, ext. 3110 toll-free in Florida. Customer Service hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. To place an ad, call the numbers shown above. ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES The Palm Beach Post offers businesses a wide variety of classified advertising opportunities that reach special audiences. Call our classified advertising representatives to place your ad. SERVICE GUIDE ADS The SERVICE GUIDE appears daily in the Classified section and carries ads for professional services for homeowners and businesses. Deadline PAUL'S MASSAGE Relaxing. Soothing. Therapeutic. In out calls 10-10. 969 3787 H752I S. MILLER O ARETHA THE PERFECT TOUCH Massage by David $40' in. $45 Out MA20146 964 5299 BEST SEATSIII 800-881-TIXX Fl. Seller ot Travel 2174 - home runs and 127 RBI at Class-AAA Albuquerque last season, r. B Cordero signs with White Sox: Wilfredo Cordero, searching TOUCHED BY ANGELS ' 24 Hour . 1436 .966-0325 ' ConctmSporlsTheafer Clapton-WCW-E John 1-60 Bands & Entertainers Lord of Dance Rent INTIrVlAriFS Show Boat e Lipton Call BANDS OR MUSICIANS to olav in club atmosphere Call American Lingerie ill' 963-0070 Dave, Demse or April. 795 0403. 1i 5 i 42 lot . ., IH 104 7 DAYS 9AM-2AM ; Private Modeling Ji as Body Shampoos L'-s 684-9343 T5l. 2424 N. Congress At H.vk N.irh of BAfto f ;he Dog Trxt Si Ainvm 1-75 Adult Care 1 ANN A on 7CC4 i ANr I I LOVE Front A Center Entertainment Fl. Seller of Travel 0 12484 NVffik 625-9060 2946 Forest Hill Blvd. 3 lights W. of 1-95 OALLO CHEAP V 642-8843 mwmnM 10WI S ItteryTr KVPBit Cor -m I MMary NOTICE Retirement homes offering room, board A personal services must be licensed by the slate as an Adult Congregate Living Facility. To verity licenses within the 6 county district Palm Beach, Merlin. St. Lucie, Indian River a Okeechobee, call the Aging a Adult Services office: 407-837 5138 EVENTS U . BODY SHAMPOOS PRIVATE MODELING I ti " II inviimniUQiiiTPS ' games 737-8580 Sm Wn Ki SE Com. Military Trail 1 Boriior7Sacr pniiATF a w k r MUUCLinU 0-' is 1 1 a.m. Monday through Thursday, two days prior to tirst day your ao appears and 1 0 a.m. Friday for ads first appearing on a Sunday, Monday or Tuesday. DISPLAY CLASSIFIED ADS For information and deadlines call: (561 ) 820-3129 or 1-800-432-7595, exl. 3129 toll-free in Florida. YELLOW PAGES ADS IN SUNDAY'S TV POST Ads for professional services for homeowners and businesses also appear in the center yellow pages of The Post's weekly television guide, TV POST, that is published on Sundays. Deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday 12 days prior to publication. Ads are sold under four-week contracts with a three line minimum at $6.22 per line. BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS ADS IN MONDAY'S INSIDE BUSINESS Ads for investment opportunities and commercial and industrial properties appear in a special bannered section of The Post's Monday business tabloid, INSIDE BUSINESS. Deadline for these ads is 3 p.m. Thursday for the following Monday publication. LEGAL ADVERTISING To place a legal notice in The Palm Beach Post, please call our legal advertising clerk at (561) 820-3106 or 1-800-432-7595, ext. 3106 toll-free in Florida. Deadlines for legal ads are 3 p.m. two business days prior to first day ad is published. Ads starting on Monday or Tuesday must be placed by 3 p.m. Friday. (561)439-3117 lM" ' I " w ' ' 800-784-8633 TODD'S TICKETS BOCA TOWNCENTEH Fl Seller of Travel 820340 NURSING HOMES Are not for V 969-0468 3952 S Congress N E Com Lake rtorth 4 toogrws r 689-7974 Wym5ie rv.o-'r'fiuT 478-1595 ; MODEL t 4 everyone! Affordable care in my home near lake Also 1 Restpit, rets 954-67Q-665B AIR AWARDS BOUGHT We sell discount R - T or 1 Ways. USA or Int't. sny class, no sdvance 800 943 0101 1-80 Lost & Found ALL SPORTS 4 CONCERTS e ALL EVENTS' a.'v unci ina a, CAT, LOST cream color Persian. Palm Bch Country i Estates Cat! 747 7998 vip PHOTO STUDIO Modeling Private Suites 561-638-0852 e 800-422-6339 rr innnv CLAPTON HEAT ROPY WORKS PRIVATE Sl'ITFS 863-7337 ZS 727 Northlake Blvd. 1 block east ot Prosperity Farms Rd NPB NOW HIRING b- v LORD OF DANCE B LIPTON Steve Miller Rent Heat HEAT Panthers 800 881 7676 FOUNO: COCKER SPANIEL on South Dixie A Southern. Female, golden brown No tags 561 832 2903 LOST: BIG DOG Mull, color, curly tail ElOery-needa medication REWARD! 832 5336 5HS0 W. AtUmbc Ave., Drlrav Beach acHfion mktih 1-54 Palm Readers Psychics LOST CAT Bleed male, front declawed, m Lake Charleston, goes by Dave 357-8675 Map Cki Can ATM Aeeeetesl 432-9252 PSYCHIC STUDIO I II LOST COCK A TOO Lerge white m Lohe tehee ' area Pis Call 793 2651 M " r 1 3485 Lake Wo Road Card. Palm. Psychic Readings. Studio I 744 33:18 Jupiler Studio rl B40 9905 North Pstrn CATCH US OH THE NET (across Irani Onw-m) PRIVATE MOMENTS ! 637-4299 ' S MS W Aflwrtk Ave Wnt ABSOLUTELY EDEN 963-6161 St Un ml HnMa M MU If (lVUKWotk LOST: Lhasa Apso w Pink Collar Golden 8'onde name "Butch". REWARD Lost w L W area 561 496 080 1-56 Legal Services f ANN 294S Forest Hill Blvd. LOVE Just 3 UgM9 W. Of I-S5 LOST LULU Sm white Mai lese Red collar A bett V Pomsetta A 5?th 644 1742 LOST WALLET on 3 21, Burdine s Dept store Boynton Reward' 561-737-0 -B4 1-99 Miscellaneous Announcements NOTICE The hiring o a tawvef m an important decision thai should not be bsseO soteiy upo advertisements Boe you oe-ckm as us to send you tree written nfwmet'On about Our QuaMicatKMia ano eKpefience Under Florida law. nortawyeta ae permitted to sell legal forme and h'tt end type tt teclual ntormftoe provided by the customer They may not. however, onre legal ad vice Trr. If SEEKING Aneetnta P Please , Contact E Grant (56 1) 832 5003 ((V.r.ning 'A C'"rt VW MOST OUTRAGEOUS PRIVATE DANCING! J -1 2 HAPPY HOUR 5 2 FORI (2PM-6PM) Open Mon-Wed - 2pm-2am PggaLpgcals EVERY Hour Midnight Madras Private tvery Tints. A Chmmpagry Thun. Lounge CLASSIFIED SPECIALS AH pncs arc FLAT RATES - No refunds tor early cancellation Non-commercm advertisers ONLY We reserve the nght to km quantities Education A.B.A. MEMBER BANKRUPTCIES FREE CONSULTATION $100 to 4O0 Wt HELP DIVORCE-Simpf $95 Coin et'S Eee Set pot WB .i2T22 Boca 7 5i7 ATTORNEY AT LAW Sat-3pnv3amSun-3pm-2am i. 421 Northlake Blvd. N. Palm Beach Call For Info 881-6999 10-10 Schools-Technical MINI FAMILY WANT AD SUPER FAMILY WANT AD ACADEMY This Week at... - i fa 3 lines 10 days BANKRUPT? DOfl'T ntSSTKIS fvcm? 1'lD.MMrf.n SKM 3 bne&'5 days 0 Oe eWAftoe 9 cmn mrvviM mmc r nv am me a 2 We Filed 1.060 Cases s5700 rE $1875 LAST vf AO" .-X- "-T0 rvoo.i SavtPlC $.'00 M"i re 30 Devs REAL ESTATE GARAGE SALE LE LEARN BARTENDING PLAOEUENT AS&.STC 561-369-3110 THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PROFESSIONAL ARTS Corp $V5 $VI OLA $400 4 lines. 2 days 5 tmes15 days ) p-r be w me to mngn Vtar.pnodw- musnuDt SOUTHEAST s U.J.fl. 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