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Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 20. 1968-25 I 1963 Continental 41.000 Actual M.kn. One Owno OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow 1200 Ab.olut.ry $ like new t llVUI.IK Alki: nS N. Military at SOUTHERN Seacrest-Yero Film To Be Shown Friday DELRAY BEACH - A film of Seacrest High's dramatic 20-13 football victory over Vero Beach will be shown at 7 p.m. Friday at the Seacrest gym. A nominal admission will be charged for the benefit of the school's athletic department. The film is sponsored by the Keep Seacrest First" club. little Goes a lonq Way! Al sim;i: 101 KSM i.Y liOUWl,d U Ion - til 10 w7kFo7ou7c7r r V - I J- When Shopping I'se P-T Classified Suggs Pro-Am Thursday DELRAY BEACH - Thirty-eight lady pros and 114 amateurs will tee off Thursday in a Pro-Am that will precede the annual Louise Suggs LPGA tournament at the Pine Tree Golf Club. The pro field is a bit smaller than was anticipated but this can be blamed on the weather in Corpus Christi, Texas, where the proettes played in the Civi-tan Open two weeks ago. Rain drenched that tournament and held it to nine holes on opening day. The girls played 27 to make up the next day and finished in a dreary 18 on the third. As a result some of them caught colds. Mickey Wright was hospitalized and will not SPORTS & HARDWARE liJlfell GARDEN SHOP CANADIAN LOOK ALIKES - Here for the Canadian Pro-Am at Lost Tree Club starting today are Willie Lamb (left) six-time Canadian PGA champion; and C. Ross "Sandy" Somerville, the first Canadian ever to win the U.S. amateur title. He did it in 1932. All-Canada Golf Starts play here. Others who had to withdraw because of illness were Carol Havnie. Marv Lou HARD PLASTIC AND n ..." "... TONIGHT INDESTRUCTIBLE YOU CAN Daniel, Renee Powell and Gloria Eh ret. The big guns will be playing Kathy Whitworth, who has increased her tour winnings this year to $56,572 as the result of a PAINT THEM ANY COLOR YOU LIKE DECOYS 1.00 win at Pensacola. and her clos . LOST TREE VILLAGE -There were some fine Canadian golfers of a couple decades ago. and also some good shot-makers ol a newer vintage, testing the wind-swept Lost Tree Club Coursei Pompano Keeping LW Anglers Busy POMPANO CONTINUED TO HIT m a suicidal way in Lake Worth Tuesday, and mackerel and bluefish schools are expected to arrive in the Juno Beach and possibly the Singer Island areas by this afternoon. The pompano run in the lake is the best and longest in years, and northerly winds may hold the fish in the lake for at least a few more days. Pompano cathces checked in at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood during the day ranged up to 30 . 40 and more per angler. Drift fishermen returned to Bill's Marina with sizable catches of pompano. Mr. and Mrs. John Darula took 24; Herman McCurdy boated 15; Jim McCurdy came up with 13, and Joe Winsor caught a couple of dozen in less than three hours. Most of the action was south of Peanut Island. Yesterday's 14-18-knots northerly winds caused a strong southbound current that is expected to move the mackerel and bluefish southward today. North to northeast winds of 10-15-m.p.h. were forecast for today. No blues or macks were taken at the Juno Beach Pier Tuesday, but they should show there today. Jensen Beach is another likely hot spot. FCC Opposes Xeic Highway The directors of the Federated Conservation Council Monday night voted to oppose a proposed new highway across Conservation Area 3. and the Wildlife Conservation League will consider the same issue at its meeting tonight at 8 at the Mounts Building, Military Trail. The FCC. with 25 member organizations representing about 12.000 persons, decided to support the position of the Flood Control District in opposing the proposed highway. The highway would link Miami to the projected jet airport, about 50 miles west of Miami. The FCD favors an alternate route 8-9 miles to the south along Tamiami Trail. This alternate route along Tamiami Trail is also favored by the FCC. Letters reporting on the FCC's action will be sent to (iov. Claude Kirk, members of the State Cabinet and others. The FCC also decided to send letters to federal and state government officials in support of a proposed Federal Highway Administration regulation that would require two public hearings prior to the establishment of new highway routes, and would take into consideration esthetics, conservation and natural landmarks in the planning of highways. Corbel t Area Produces Hunters in the J. W. Corbett W ildlife Area had harvested 37 deer and 148 wild hogs through last Sunday, according to the local office of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Walt Brandon, of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, pointed out that the deer harvest last season totaled 47. which indicates improved hunting for this species this year. A total of 148 wild hogs have been taken in the area to date, and 224 quail, 148 snipe and six wild turkey have been tallied at the checking station. The number of hunters checking in and out of the area since the season opened stands at 2,910. Frank Coty has bagged a buck deer in the Corbett Area both weekends since the season opener, according to his hunting sidekick. All Upthegrove. The last buck was a six pointer. Al says Frank's hunting method is to park his jeep beside the road, walk off a short distance into the woods, and wait for the traffic to run a buck in front of his gun sights. est rival. Carol Mann, who now has $52,841. Marilynn Smith of Tequesta, a REDWOOD FISH CLEANING BOARD Tuesday in a warm-up lor the start of the All-Canada Pro-Am here this morning. former winner, will be playing with amateur Alice Dve of Del- Wi" l""t ,rlay fla iXV? ray, a top flight player. Other proettes with local affiliation will be Sybil Griffin of 3 98 Cypress Creek CC and Barbara Romack of Atlantis CC. C. Ross Sandy i Somerville of the London Hunt & GC in Ontario, the first Canadian ever to win the l .S Amateur championship, was among them. Sandy defeated Johnny (ioodman of Omaha. Neb . 2 and 1 in the 1932 final at the Baltimore CC. Now B7 years old. he toured the course in a few shots over par The celebrity foursomes of hostess Louise Suggs, with Per-rv Como, Tonev Penna. and THE PERFECT GIFT Pete Makris will tee off at 12:35 from the first tee. The field will tee off from both the first and 10th tees simultaneously. Pro-Am Pairings Today First Tm SiUxpe QUALITY REEL WITH 1 Pc. fibre glass 8:00 a.m. Merle Lindstrom, Dr. Frank SPINNING OUTFIT Spin Rod and Line Kucera, Ted Gumpert, George Wilde 8 08 Linda Craft, Wm. Tiernan, W Crotty, Mrs. R. Dinailo. 8: )6 Jane Woodworth, Ray Hayden, J Foster Crumley, Wm Beck. 8 25 - Kathy Cornelius, John Moltett. Roger Linsin. Luigi Mirisola. 8 33 - Kathy Whitworth, Al Compo. Dale l flft If 1.00 WILL Dowling, Frank Weber. 8 41 - Beth Stone, Richard Dinailo, Buck HOLD Kinnard, Wm. DeCamara. 8 50 Lesley Holbert, Truman Connell Paul Long, Mildred Thorne. NEW PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE TIRES 8:58 Pam Barnett, Mrs. W. Tjiermen, John Kidde, Harry Newett. 9 06 Betsy Cullen, Marcia Bernet, Whitman Tilton, Robert Evans. 11:20 Carol Mann, Charles Mullan, Philip Moreno. Lucille Donohue. 11:28 Sharon Miller, Ted Billingsley, Mrs. B. Nigrelli, Frank Tabano. 11:36 Sandra Spuiich, Jonathan with the same effortless swing that made him tops in his era. And there was William Lamb of the Lambton G & CC in Toronto, who won the Canadian PGA championship six times. Others in this field, which includes 24 Canadian pros who will team with "2 amateurs from their clubs, include: Pat Fletcher of the Montreal GC. a past president of the Canadian PGA and a former Canadian Open champion, and his son Ted. who is the pro at the London Hunt and GC. Gordon Brydson of the Missis-siaugua CC in Port Credit. Canada, who won the Canadian PGA twice and was runner up in the Canadian Open, and is also a former president of his country's PGA. Willie Richardson, of the Brampton GC in Ontario, current president of the PGA. Dick Borthwick. of the Hamilton G and CC, in Ancaster, Ontario, a former open winner and his son. Bob. a pro at the same club, who is married to the former Gayle Hitehin, a member of this year's Canadian women's team in the World Cup matches in Australia. She's here. too. Murray Tucker, former winner of the Ontario Open and a past PGA president from the Rosedale CC. Toronto. The Lost Tree Club has several Canadian members, which is one of the reasons this novel tournament, for Canadian players on a I'nited States course, came into being. Among them are Connie Smythe, the grand old man of professional ice hockey who has a home here; Leonard Wheatley who is playing out of the LaSalle GC, Verdun, Quebec, and Lewis J. H. Gunn ol the Toronto GC. Play in this event is at 72 holes with the pros playing at scratch, and their three amateur team members at handicap, for a best ball of Thorne, Gene Moore, Kathy Rodgers. 11:45 Sharon Moran, Rod Bullen, Mrs R. L. Nunn, Dr. Chas. Nichols. 11:53 - Debbie Austin, Ed Galloway, Joe FULL RETREADS PENNSYLVANIA TREAD RUBBER NARROW WHITE ANY SIZE PASSENGER .., if TILL XMAS I A t AWAY III b - 3?- - Rose, Jr., wm. Godwin. 12:01 Gloria Armstrong, Robert Kier-sky, Lester Clark, Warren Grimes. 12:09 Gloria Wilcox, John Mirisola, Tom Weber, Helen Schneider. 12: IB Joyce Kazmierski, Bill Lipsky, Don Shook, Adria Quirk 12:27 - Lucy Warden, Bill Mustachio, Carolyn Ross, Percy Merton. 12:35 Louise Suggs, Perry Commo, Pete Makris, Toney Penna. Tenth Tee Horse Racing . Miami's Tropical Park 4 syioo 8:00 a.m. - Peggy Wilson, Harold brown, Gary oodder, Mrs. L. Later.a. 8 OB Sandra Palmer, Ed Youngs, Dr Alan Foley, Cathy Jarvis. Entries TIRES 8:16 - Candy Phillips, Dr. Jerry Cox, 7th $3,100 clmg 2 yo 6 fur (10) Sadies Spice 116 Sliver Moyking 108 Ridan Plus 113 King Aurora 118 Beware Wolf 1)3 Lady Chatterly 110 Ring Of Valor 114 a-Miss Creole IIS Miss Dee 109 a-Far Polizon 116 a-Polirzl-Handelman entry Tropical entrlts for Wednesday Clear and fast. Post 1:15 p.m. EST By United Press International Maior Helen us prey, waiter Horn. 8 25 Sherry Wilder, Homer Baker, Paul Knowles, James Ritterbusch. B 33 Sybil Gntfin, Dorothy Linsin Fred Quick, Al. VanHouten. BLACK WALL SPECIAL FULL RETREADS 8 41 Marlene Hagge, Al Harris, Mary Stewart, William Baran, POTTED 8 50 Sandra Post, Nick Fassano, Bob 1st J2,600 clmg x Out Ol Mlschf x May Queen x Red S Crssng x Trulfling Cool Wampum Houston B Lorda Lorda x Ynot Gerry Painted Doll 2 yo mdn f 6 fur (18) 110 Queen For Oy 119 114 Nashmont Lady 119 114 Com-A-Long prl 119 114 Intervener Miss 119 119 x Princess Pndr 114 119 Jenevan 119 119 Blue Trent 119 114 Ambouquet 119 119 Moon Struck 119 8th S3 000 clmg 3 & 4 yo mi 8, 70 yds (8) Swamp Rabbit 114 Show Talk III Bold Ship 117 Fairway Jack 114 x Firesltich 109 Make Certain 108 Tahitian Dancer 117 Bey Mahmoud 114 EVERGREEN BUSH Green, Don Robertson, 8:58 - Judy Kimball, Mr. B. Niggrell Mrs. C. Caravell, David Moran. MUMS 9 06 Betsy Cullen, Marcia Bernet, 750-14 800-14 Whitman Tilton, Robert Evans. 11:20 - Jan Ferraris, Ed Yonkers, Wil bur Hawkins. Jere Parry. 9th 15,000 hdep 3 t. 4 yo f i, m 6 fur (12) L- All a-Este Noche 113 Fly The Green 4 $ 36 Regal Hostess Lady Ebony Peqgys Lii COIORS 174 110 117 113 112 112 120 Whirlaround 114 Gaylordt Touch 117 Distonia 114 Mamber Song P; 2 FT. TALL $1144 TIRES a-Needle Pearl 2nd tiJOO clmg 3 yo f 6 fur lit) Monlabow 1)4 Jamandy 114 Palace Portal 114 Gold W 114 Mother Hubbard 114 Our Soca 114 Sylamore 114 xx Never Bluff 107 Mrs Mehle 114 Hustlin Miss 114 Miss Apollo 114 Little Miss Mauir 114 2 You Cant Tell 109 Sy-Bee 114 3rd tt,700 clmg 3 yo 6 fur (II) II :28 - Marylynn Smith, Alice Dye, Jim Scheitfley, Larry Oawes 1136 Jo Ann Prentice, Joe Acneson, FredGurke, Alice Youngs 11.45 Donna Caponi, Jean Hopkins, George Uhe, Chas. Krumenaker. 11 53 - Kalhy Farrar, Merle Merchant, Edwin Dodge, Mrs. Ed Dodge. 12 01 Barbara Romack, Carl Herrud, Oebbies Trousse 113 Alyce Clover $69 a-Liese-Newberg entry PLUS SALES TAX AND THE OLD TIRES FROM YOUR CAR jtoMjEf El 3 & up ml 8, 70 8, 70 yds Meiio f-orte 113 Polly Lome Hm 114 Esprit De Mrch 113 Chiefs Pride Paul Gringle, John Burnham. 12:09 Janet Caponi, Joe Lee, Curt Joa, Mrs.C.Joa. 12:18 Cynthia Sullivan, Loyd Benson, Ben Reynolds, Dr. Ed Roiak 12 27 Mary Hills, James Breedlove, OtzieCaroaniano, William Rebuth. GOOD USED TIRES PASSENGER 8 TRUCK 111 a-Red Jess 114 Eliiondo 119 Nemah Sea 116 xx Turf Flash 114 Bold Fella 114 Endow 114 x Seventh Hevn 114 Loco Bracero 10th $2,700 clmb !I8) x Bold Milargo Bigamo Hill Haste Blarney Song Empty Net Wounded Knee Play Fill a Ute Khal xx Turkey Lake 1-3, x-S, xx-7 12 35 - Linda Galloway, Martin Blad, Wm. Hardwicke, Helen Hesse. All Magic 114 Robust Fox 117 a-Judson S 117 Hello Gibson 113 a-Sweyn 120 Grand William 117 Vacant 113 a-Stiner-Resseguet-Hong-Resseguet entry 4th S2S00 clmg 2 yo f 6 fur 114) Sun Genie 114 Home To Stay 114 x Fabs Joy 106 Kay Ress 111 Neark III Cycladic 114 Im For Love 114 Ojo Avenue 1)4 x Encuntress 109.Matara 111 CaretreeCalhy 114 xx Jims Pretty Girl 107 x April Co-Ed 109 x Veiled Charm 106 Slill In Hospital HOUSTON i UPI I Defensive tackle George Rice and linebacker Ron Caveness remained hospitalized today with knee injuries suffered in the Houston Oilers' 38-17 win over Denver. 104 Such Fuss lbs aac. Listed to post. CHAIR WEBBING BURKETT & WARE 3l3 5lhSl. W. PALM BEACH 832-5923 Selections 5th 2,700 clmg 3 yo f 6 fur (14) P01YPR0PYLINI Simpson Nears Record THANKSGIVING SPECIAL I - 11' Native Witt 114 Sister Marcy 114 Lily C 114 M D Wim 114 Fan My Brow 114 Madame Heller 114 Two Anns 114 So ARrogant 114 Nice Landing 114 Villainous Vamp 114 x Winsome Devi 109 Laura Winston 114 Bleys Queen U4 Speedle Needles 114 LINOLEUMS 6th $2,800 clmg 3 8, up 6 fur 116) ALL COIORS AND DESIGNS Limited Time Only FREE METAL WORK 1- Red Sea Crossing, Truffling, Out of Mischief 2- Monlabow, Sylamore, Jamandy 3- Robust Fox, Meizo Forte, Judson S 4- Fab's Joy, Sun Genit, Carefree Cathy 5- Winsome Devil, Bley's Queen, Native Witt 6- C U Later, Tall Marshal, Lo Kid 7- King Aurora, Far Polnon, Beware Wolf 8- Bold Ship, Tahitian Dancer, Bey Mahmoud 9- Fly The Green, Regal Hostess, Peggy's Lii 10- Bold Milargo, Wounded Knee, Ute Khal Best Bet -Fly The Green No Results, Track Closed Nades Girl 113 a Tall Marshal 118 $ 118 Even Better 2nd 116 PLASTIC ELECTRICAL INSULATING TAPE 1 a-Third Lane Carlstoe Lieuf Treb Lo Kid 116 C U Later 118 118 Heathers Girl 113 114 Naturalist 118 115 Kippax 116 Sweet Frima NEW YORK (UPD-Only an injury seems likely to prevent O.J. Simpson of Southern California from eclipsing the major college, season rushing record set only last Saturday by Eugene Morns of West Texas fH f m WITH PURCHASE OF ANY COMPLETE AUTO PAINT JOB b-Admlral Clove 116 Greek Lime 112 x Mountain Clod 106 b-Golden Cap 116 a Dodson-Scott-Bouse entry b-Steiner-Derosa-Resseguet entry H W W M. 6x9 3.98 19' M x 66 ft. State. 25 FT. TROUBLE LITE Simpson, with games against UCLA and Notre Dame still remaining, trails Morris by 123 yards. PER FT. IN 150 FT. ROLLS vwL Total OHtme g plays yds 1)0 FT. HULLS 4 i Cook, Cincinnati Hixson, SMU Horgett, Ten. AIM Ramsey, No. Tex. St. 9 4512,831 9 496 2.664 9 3 78 2,177 9 360 2,121 SARAH O.Ui Rushing g plays yds Ids Morris, W. Tex. St. Simpson, USC Johnson, Mich. Owens, Okla. James, N. Mex. St. 10 267 1,571 17 8 294 1,449 18 9 234 1,300 17 782 1,244 15 9 205 1,183 10 Passing art cmp yds tds k. HI vAKKT unr AnicnriAa FOR CHANNEL 23 ciiai:::il MASTER Hixson. SMU Cook, Cine. Siade, Davidson Ramsey, N. Tex. St. Pharr, Miss. St. 417 2397,755 18 359 IBB 2,865 22 277 170 1,939 10 304 161,2293 22 291 160 1,690 7 AlLCHAKXILAHTimS Chip Shots NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB - Kvelyn Strauss' and Hosemarie Vecchione fashioned a net best ball of 69 to win a Member-Guest tournament sponsored by the Ladies GA. Tied with 71s were the teams of Lillian Benda and Joan Runkel, Gwen Anderson and Barbate Wiley Tied with 711s were three teams Donna Andrews and Helen Griffith. Jo Day and Carol Cohen, Marge Davis and Sophie Konidas. Audrey Bolt and Billie Lewis were in with a 74 and tied at 75 were the teams of Peg Greuling and Laura F.vans. Betty Bray and itty Dew. Flo Stevens and Adelaide Dyer. Nita Michelson and Fran Wesley. Pat Dinsmore and Irene Trapnell. Ruth Lee and Gcrt Bellamy, Kleanor Kirste and Marv Wurtz. In the Nineoler group, it was Stephanie Febel and Sue Storey. Catherine Dixon and Goldie Runner, tied with 40s WEST PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB - Before the pros and amateurs took over for the West Palm Beach Open, Jewell Herron. Elsie Jacobson and Nicki Kraft tied at Plus-3 in a point quota tournament of the Ladies GA. Tied with I'lus-2 were Ada Falco. Marge Leonard, and Ethel Bergman and at Plus-1. Neen Rott. Elbe Manning and Pat Lombardo ... On Thursday, the Association will hold its qualifying round for the handicap championship which Kitty Dew will defend . . ATLANTIS COUNTRY CLUB - The player with the most 4s on her card won the Class A tournament of the Ladies GA. and she was Gertie Black. Doris Shechan had the most 5s to win Class B. and Martha Hay good the most 6s to win Class C. Bobbie McFall had low putts -31 . . . PGA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB - John Jordan and Bill Brown had a net best ball of 60 to win the Men's Senior GA team competition. Tied at 61 were the teams of George Mahonev and Charles Wilson, Sid Greenberg and Harry Wisoker. Larry Clough and Bob fatten were alone at 62 and Harry Kramer and Dr. Richard Saunders were alone at 6.1. Tied with 64s were Leonard Clark and Clarence liodgin. Bob Bovce and Jack Lloyd. Hugo Gloeekler and Gordon Stoop. Al Pavey and Walter Morris. Gerry Voshardt and Karl Schrade . . . LAKE WORTH GOLF CLUB - In a best nine hole tourney of the Ladies GA, Marie Bodemer and Gladys Rav tied with 36s in Class A. i maiUr antaxvta T.V. WIRE 2 Ft. W ctsrry d the) -CMIIftol mm Brown, Jacobs Luncheon Guests Football coaches Len Brown of Palm Beach High and Jerry Jacobs are scheduled to attend Tuesday's luncheon meeting of the South West Palm Beach Exchange Club, slated for 12:15 p.m. at Stouffer's Restaurant. Brown and Jacobs will offer their predictions on the traditional Thanksgiving Eve battle between Palm Beach High's Wildcats and Forest Hill's Fal-rons. Jav Solomon and Jim Gallagher of WEAT-TV (Channel 12) will be guest speakers. 20 FT. 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