The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 22
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 22

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Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1968-23 Migratory Fish Run Continues OUTDOORS By Ed Bockow Lake Worth and the Indian River are teeming with pompano; commercial net fishermen hit mackerel off Singer Island and Port Salerno; bluetish were taken in the surf at Jensen Beach and in the St. Lucie estuary; sailfish are available offshore and snapper and grouper were taken aboard the drift boats off Palm Beach and Boynton Beach Wednesday. There seems to be no end to the pompano action in Lake Worth, and there are more of them to move down this wav. 'ft Horse Racing Miami Tropical Park ENTRIES By Tht Associated Prtss First Ptst 1:15 EST 1st 3300, Cl,2YO, 4f. xPavot Miss Mi Plact BMiiiaMMLaHHaBBaMMBBaMMiiMaiHMMaa. xxBorn Poor xClosing Punch Sports Final Rocket Destroyer Blue Trent Maxwelton Miss Wink Swiss Master ItiVeirside GDsbelf bgroeg idasGem Note Word Bucksnort Flapdoodle Devil Encanto Arturito Flying Dolt 2nd-J,50O, cl,2YO,4f. Shannon Express Sinful Prince Impropriety Justoitsred Deiong Pike Vai. xPrincess Ponder LirdChip Pacs Ahead $ Ohio Indian Jena van Transmission Stockade FabledCount x Bet Set Ma handler Miss Brett xxSweet Voice 1 SECOND TIRE ONLY With first 6.50-13 blackwall at reg. price plus l.tl F.E.T. each. Catches of pomps received ai Lake Side Tackle and Seafood ranged from 10 to 50 per fisherman Wednesday. Most of the fishing activity took place south of Peanut Island. Capt. Bob Soltysik and Joe Winsor returned to Bill's Marina with a catch of 36 pompano, all of them taken drift fishing south of Peanut Island. Coates Johnson came in with 23 pompano, Jim McCurdy came up with 32, and there were many catches of eight to 12. Pompano have flooded into the Indian River near Port Salerno. One commercial net fisherman took 1.000 pounds in the river Tuesday night, and another boat returned to Port Salerno with 500 pounds. The mackerel made it as far south as Manhattan Beach. Singer Island, Wednesday afternoon. Al Bowe, of Hudgins Seafood, said the net fishermen failed to make good catches because there were so many sharks. He said the fishermen killed a few sharks and fed their livers to the others. He said the sharks would eat the' livers, become sick, and would leave for three or four days. Clinton Pinder. of Pinder's Seafood at Jupiter, agreed that this was the way to handle ths shark problem. Spanish mackerel were plentiful in the vicinity of St. Lucie Inlet. One commercial net fisherman took 14,000 pounds of mackerel south of the inlet. With northerly winds forecast through this morning, the mackerel could advance farther southward, and some of them may enter Lake Worth. The macks and blues failed to put in an appearance at the .Juno Beach Pier during the day. but some blues were taken ifarther northward at Blowing Rocks on Jupiter Island, accord-ling to a report from the pier. Tom Goldmeir and Al Shoup took 109 bluefish trolling Tony Accetta mop lures off St. Lucie Inlet, and Bill Nelson and Robert Gibson caught 47 mackerel trolling spoons south of that inlet. Bluefish were taken again on cut bait in the Sun Parlor area, inshore from St. Lucie Inlet, according to a report from the Fishin' hole. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kerry took 36 and Edward Ward and Sam Cole boated 30. Johnny Crawford, of the Snook Nook at Jensen Beach, said surf fishermen hit blues there late in the afternoon. Dick Hoke and Dot Hillier took 45 on cut mackerel, and other catches were made casting plugs and metal squid-type lures. Elsewhere on the inshore fishing scene, large blues and trout were taken on plugs in the north end of Lake Worth yesterday morning, and a few cobia and kingfish were hooked at the Lake Worth Pier. Capt. Frank Ardine's Sail Ahoy returned to Bill's Marina with a sail, two kings and a dolphin yesterday, and fishermen aboard the Blue Sea drift boats at Riviera Beach scored well on snapper and grouper. The big kingfish schools have not yet arrived for the drift boat fishermen, but they are headed southward for this area. At last report there were plenty of school kings being taken at Cape Kennedy, and some were being caught at Fort Pierce. There are Jrd-2,700,cl,3YOup,lmi. a-Lambrino Restore a-LenapeRoad xxBierut Sam s Pacemaker xOneKmg R,lcal xb-TigerSage Pova' Uie Bete Jr. xxb-Turf Flash a Roncaglione-Moore entry. b-Capriotti-Calumel entry. A WORM SQUIRMS, TIRES SHOULDN'T 2 fiber glass belts stabilize the tread so it won't squirm like ordinary tires do. Gives 40 longer wear. 2 cross plies of nylon cord increase stability and resistance to heat, impact, and flex-fatigue. 30-month treadwear guarantee. FREE MOUNTING NO MONEY DOWN TUBELESS 1ST TIRE I SECOND I PLUS BLACKWALL REG. PRICE TIRE F.E.T. SIZES EACH ONLY EACH 6.50 13 $20' $10.00 I81 S 7757.50 14 J25. 2.19 7.756.70 15 " lrS0 2 21 , 8.258.00 14 2.35 8 157.10 15 U 13-50 2 36 8.558.50 14 i29. 2 56 8.457.60 15 1 "9 1 14-50 1 2 54 I 'With trade In tire off your car. Whitewalls S3 more each. J Riscal, Boto Jr, Lanapt Road 4 Tht Moans, Win Jac, Oancinq Toy 5 Singing Fortst. Fighting Phil, Mip-oggio l-Dttault, Lucky Gussy, Dotty Twist 7-Bnan Ktlly, Miss Morriman, Laura Winston l-Flonda Castlt, Landholdtr, Windy Road -Groat Brother, Mailor, Ptrltct Picas-uro 10 Hoy Irish, Rhumb Lino, Stttltyco BostBtt-BtttJr RESULTS Woatnor Cnwr, Track Fast Ist-UM, cl. 3YO mdns, 4 I. Red Sea Crossing (Tennenbaum) 5 60 3 40 0D Intervener Miss (Porret) 12.40 7 40 Painted Doll (Maple) 7H Time 1:13 15 Out of Mischief, May Queen, Truftling, Cool Wampum, Lorda Lorda, Ynot Gerry, Queen tor a Day, Nashmont Lady, Com-ALong April also ran. lnd-1,700, cl, 1YO, I. Miss Apollo (Noble) 9.20 4 H 3 00 Sy Bee (Stone 4.00 2 K Gold w Keisler) 3 40 Time 113 1-5. Palace Portal, Syla-more. You Can't Ten, Jamandy, Never Bluff, Hustlin' Miss, Little Miss Mauler also ran. Daily Double 3-4 paid S22.40 3rd-2,700, cl, 3YO,4f. Robust Fox (Maple) 3 60 2 80 2 40 Grand William (Marquez) 4.00 2.80 All Magic (Despirito) 3.00 Time 1 11 4-5 Polly Come Home, Chief's Pride, Hello Gibson also ran. 3th-2,100,cl,2YO,if. April Co-Ed (Hole) 12.60 8 00 5 60 Jim's Pretty Girl (Morales) 9.40 5.80 Fab's Joy (Tennenbaum) 6.00 Time 1:13 1-5. Sun Genie, Neark, Encan-tress, Carefree Cathy, Home To Stay, Kay Ress, Cycladic, Matara, Veiled Charmed aisoran. Sth-2, 700, cl, 3YO,I. Nice Landing (Harrison) 5 20 3.60 2.60 Bley's Queen (Kelly) 5 60 4.20 Fan My Brown (Marquez) 3.60 Time 1:12 2-5. Native Witt, Lily C, Two Anns, Winsome Devil, Sister Marcy, M D Wim, Madame Heller, So Arrogant, Villainous Vampalso ran. 6th-2,800,cl, 3YOup.tf. C U Later IMaplel 5 60 3 60 3 00 b-Golden Cap (Arroyo) 4.80 3 60 Even Better II llonnelli) 5.40 Time 1:11 1-5. Third Lane, Carlstoe, Lieut Treb, Lo Kid, Sweet Frima, b-Admirai Clove, Heather's Girl, Naturalist, Kippax also ran. b-Stiner-Deroa-Resseguet entry. 7th-3,IOO,cl,2YO,6f. Lady Chatterly (Waida) 16.80 9 60 6 00 Sadies Spice (Despirito) 8 20 5 20 King Aurora (Hole) 4 20 Time 1:11 3-5. Ridan Pus, Beware Wolt, Ring Of Valor, Miss Dee, Silver Mayking, c..o-,..," Big Perftcta (5-7, 8-1 ) paid 15266 Bth-8,000, cl, 3&4YO, 1 m0 yds. Bold Ship (Hole) 5.80 4.00 3 20 Fairway Jack (Perret) 14 60 8 B0 Bey Mahmoud (Depalo) 4 40 Time 1 42 2-5. Swamp Rabbit, FiresHch, Tahitian Dances, Show Talk, Make Certain a'so ran. 4th-2,00, cl.2YO.ftf. Dancing Toy Gypsy Cards The M eans Alice s Fault W n Jac Troy King Tom McEwen Rim Fire Jr KxEvelyn's Pride xPolar Park Chink Mr McDermott Beater B'SC't Sth-2,700,el.,3YOup, ftf. Any Calls Stoney F xM.ipoggio a Singing Forest Dish Washer Smiting Nancy xPert Beth b-Pretty Dee Dee Fighting Phil FireCity Bagpipe a-Zumbador3rd b-Frosty Dew Tuiyandy kk Astra Nova also schools of mackerel in the Fort Pierce area. a Cherivitch-Butler entry. b-J CP entry. oth-2,900, ct,2YO,ol. Lucky Gussy Our Cyclops Super Allergy a-Samira Default Dotty Twist a-Bfawny Lad Lorelei Miss Boaster ' a-Elias Bros. Farm entry. th-2,700,cl,3&4YO,6f. Laura Winston Jim Ryan Stoneland j Qixon ThickandThin Superliner MissMerriman Greek Lime Aqua vl xxvan Curler Special Artist xEdandal jrian)elly th-Vm f'.VQup mt 7I)vfk .. xLandholder Windy Road Ona Stage KenoBid Florida Castle xPocolody Acniico Mh-3,600,alC.3A4YO,6. Clear wither Bump You incumbent Great Brother Perect Pleasure Mailer Akio Estarde Southern Charmer Winds at War IOth-2,800, cl, 445YO, 1ml. 70 yds. 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