The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 8, 1968 · Page 25
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 25

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 8, 1968
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Palm Beach Post Friday, Nov. 8, 196825 Chip Shots Game Fish Head South To Aid Local Anglers Marine Weather Small boat loreca-st for the Florida lower east coa-st through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Friday: Seas increasing four to five feet. Inland waters choppy. OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow 4 DOG RICIIIG WEST PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLl'B - Bob Watkins. pro from Hollywood Lakes, captained the winning team in the weekly Pro-Am. With Mike Konar, Sr., Larry McGarrahan and Dr. Tom Rudder, he was in with a best ball of 59. Two teams tied at 61 pro Joe Benevento of Massachusetts with amateurs Col. John Hutchinson, Dick Geyer, and Don Ehrlen: pro Sam Harvey of Hollywood with Bob Lawson, Al Fier and Gerry Bartlett. Bob Dolci of Miami was low pro with a two under 70, Benevento had a 71 and host pro Dub Pagan a 73 ... In the blind bogey tournaments winners, at 77, were Ronie Hartman, K. C. Jones, Col. Hap Sterns, Dick Murphy. Rock Rider, Dave Minton, Riley Moore and Percy Hopkins. And at 79 Emie Dauenbauer, Dick Kelly, Joe Mackey, Karl Lindner, Harold Monchick, Alice VanBrunt, Dot Downey and Mel Foster . . . LAKE WORTH GOLF CLl'B - The Nineolers of the Men's Golf Association played a poker hand tournament, Leon Atwood winning with four 3s. There was a three-way tie with four 4s among Sid Leonard, Harry' O'Neill and Rudy Renker. In Class B. Roy Petrie won with four 3s. Jim George had a full house with two 4s and three 3s, and Griff Butler a 2 3 4-5-6 straight. Class C was won by Ken Worthy with four 4s. Milton Lindbloom and Forest Pifman had three 3s . . . BREAKERS GOLF CLl'B Three teams tied at 61 in a Ladies GA best ball of foursomes tournament. The teams were: Foy Reinus, Edna Archer, Billie Rowland and Mildred Gale: Helen Fiogdanski, Vivian Mirth, Peggy Saurman and Ruth Astholz: Virginia Dodge, Jan Schmid, Ruth Astholz. (whose card was used as a blind i and Francis Thomas. POST TIME 8:00 PM St'HOOI of mackerel and bluefish were located tiom the Port Salerno area to Sebastian Inlet at'ain Thursday, and the local Weather Bureau reiter ated its forecast of the kind of weather that will move concentrations of small migratory Kami-fish southward. Meteorolifiisl Wayne Self said the leading edjje of the cold weather system will push through here early this morning, followed by northerly winds of 12 to 2(J knots on the waterfront. Self added that winds will he northerly all the way from New England to Key West, and that due to this long; fetch there may he ground seas running on this part of the coast hy Sunday. So many blues have been taken in the Port Salerno and Kurt Pierce areas that many of the fish houses just won't take any more. A catch of 1UX blues was Cl Ml 9 tvNOV NO MINOtS FEATURING THE V.J if I 'A Golf Course Sets Tuesday Closings Sailfish and a variety of other fish were taken off Palm Beach Inlet during the day. Capt. Fred Hastings' boat Pepper returned to Bill's Marina with a mixed catch that included a sail, barracuda, kingfish and dolphin. The private boat Hello Central pulled into Palm Beach Shores with three sailfish pennants flying. Carlton Chappell, game biologist with the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, said Thursday that hunting prospects for wild hog, deer and quail look good for the Saturday ooener in the .I.W. Corbett Wildlife Area, west of here. HE SAID the commission and the Wildlife Conservation League stocked 2(12 hogs in the Corbett Area since the end of the last hunting season, but he pointed out that some of these have strayed out of the area. He said mostly does and young deer were lost in Conservation Area 3 due to high water, but that some ducks died also. Chappell speculated that one of the best deer hunting areas would be the territory north of Conservation Area 3 and west of the Miami Canal. This is the area has been so productive during the past two years. brought in to the f'ishin' Hole at i'ort Salerno during the day by Walter Kuck and Orell Camaron. They took the fish trolling spoons just south of St. Lucie Inlet. Commercial net boats returned to Port Salemo with large catches of mackerel that weighed up to four and five pounds. BLl'EFISH were taken at the large span of the Riviera Beach causeway Wednesday night, and blues again were caught in the Sun Parlor on the north inshore turn from St. Lucie Inlet. .lohnny Crawford, operator of the Snook Nook at Jensen Beach, said some blues and a lew mackerel were pulled out of the surf in that area during the day. but that most o! the fish were too far out to be reached by average casters. I'ompano fishing fell off on Lake Worth, and there was little action at area fishing piers and in the surf locally. This situation may he expected to change late today and over the weekend if the northerly winds materialize as advertized. However, fishermen will have to allow those schools of mackerel and hlue-fish to the north of here some traveling time. The winds should deliver some pompano also. .5 Jk,i. t . the Clewiston Country Club is closed on Mondays and this would enable golfers from both municipalities to play without interruption. Schrieber said he would continue to give instructions to his pupils on the day the course is officially closed. The restaurant and cocktail lounge will also be closed the day the course is shut down. BELLE GLADE The remodeled and improved Municipal Country Club golf course, which was officially reopened Nov. 2, will be closed each Tuesday until further notice, it was announced by Bill Schrieber. club professional. Decision to close the club on Tuesday came at a meeting of club members Sunday, at which time it was explained DOG TRACK i l' Wircpnuoi GRIMY GRIMM Jockey PhU Grimm has mud everywhere except in his eyes he was wearing glasses after finishing behind the leaders in Thursday's first race at Garden State Park in Cherry Hill, N. J. Grimm was aboard Eleven Indians. The winner was Tandy's Dandy. ffl&W TfV'':V'V'l kSw J .r..'"k;'ji.".. I III 'lEff I f vpl JUST Of F THE NORTH SOUTH X WAY II Kl EXIT AT 1!5 OR 103 STREETS BROWARD 524-0747 Daily . . . Weekly .or. Monthly CAR RENTALS Maybe Sponsors Sell Blades RAMBLER AMERICAN 00 PER DAY for Short said. "That will be s5 PLUS 9 A MILE GRIFFITH TIRE Military Tr. Near 10th Ave. LAKE WORTH RETREADS ALL SIZES each club to decide." He added that the regulation could be interpreted to mean some type of supervision of long haircuts for players. "it's something that has to be worked out by the individual clubs," he said. 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