The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 18
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November 3, 1968

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 18

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c Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968B5 I : Surfs Up, Kids! Beach Gets Work Out On A Fall A fternoon Staff Photos by DaveTatham V l" At ; J L- ".at--' ""flattop. ' T -UBt . 4 j& WAVES ROLLING IN It may not have been :he air had a chill and that meant the surf would midsummer, but that didn't stop the young be up. But there was more to do than just sur- people from enjoying the north beach at Boca fing. Above, an energetic quartet races along as Raton this past week. There was a brisk breeze, the sudsy spray of the Atlantic Ocean rolls in. 'V -,.-.v.w,. - - ' "Kef t VI pi V pi "' 7. . - ......... . .. ' : I f - .'-: w TT;. ... - A,f liMmti, mi mi iMiriin in jimi ii hi I in i SURF'S "UP" Robert Fraker, 10, rides an eight-legged surfboard powered by, from left, Dan Fraker, 13, Paul Nolan, 13, Craig Oldrey, 14, and Ken Ronan, 11, of Boca Raton. LOST BOARD Nancy Malito, 19, left, of Pom-pano Beach, was among the more energetic surfers at the north beach. Here, she gets some help from her brother, David Malito, 16, after she "wiped out" fell off her board and watched the finely honed board jet into the beach. r 1 J li Jr 7rf' "Shidl " V if up with Larry Trott, 16, left of Pom-pano Beach, or her brother David, 16, right, at any surfing trick. try, it's almost Impossible to keep from gulping down at least one swallow of the salty sea, and a bottle of fresh water comes in handy. KEEPING A COOL HEAD - Ken Ronan cools off with a face full of bottled water after a vigorous surfing session. Hard as a surfer may SHIP SHAPE SURFERS Needing no help managing her surfboard is Nancy Malito, an accomplished surfer who has no trouble keeping Ml . ,,;V hJ aA -s V , C -4 7 1, Jt: - .. ' ' 2 ' ' :r- the surf behind at Boca Raton's north beach is hot and heavy. About a three foot sea is running. snapped Max resting on his surfboard, waiting for some big waves. The young surfer is well bundled in jacket and wet suit. WAXING IT DOWN - Nancy Malito gets some help in waxing down her surfboard from brother David, left, and Larry Trott. The action in TLME OUT - Max Horchler, 14 of Boca Raton, really doesn't have feet that big. They just showed up that way when the photographer AiMlhBirtrtiiif r--t iiMdfrrniiillaiiilyiiiiiit i iifli

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