Fort Lauderdale News from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on January 24, 1970 · 103
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Fort Lauderdale News from Fort Lauderdale, Florida · 103

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Saturday, January 24, 1970
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PV - -- . .T; . ' vkiM..u 3-. . " " . 4 ' . v - V , '...., .... w"; . ; ..... . ., ........ , V i FORT LAUDERDALE NEWS AND SUN-SENTINEL, Siturdav. Jan. 24, 1970 43E CLEANING BRUSHES Success of future painting and Lacquer Assn. suggests jobs depends on the condition immediate cleaning - wash of your brushes. If you have , used fast drying latex paint, the brushes with soap and the National Paint, Varnish water and rinse thoroughly. rjir l it J - 1 nwnMUm' AlWrKTn rTTIJTT7V nprrni',n . . . . .... .... - ii.xuiu urrLAiivus ims Meaner- duplex venture in Plantation. All ot tne duplexes rooted screened porch, ine duplexes are going up ranean - flavored design featuring arches as a part being built have three bedrooms and two baths on off NW 70th Ave., just to the north of the sales of- of its front facade is among the duplex variations each side, and offer a choice of family room or fice, at 70th Ave. and 11th PI. being offered by H. Miller & Sons, Inc., in its new Seagate of Highland CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS intracoiwtal-To-Oevan Forever 360 ft. of Private Ocean Frontage t TOO ft. of Intraconstal Frontage 12 acres of "Gold Coast" land only 12 covered with buildings. Ground will have 2 twimming pooh it par alt clubhoum pruale boat dockage thujUtboard. from $20,250 Visit our model at 3250 S. Ocean BUd., Highland Beach. Oixn Daily f:N S:M, Mon. thru 111. Phone 399-9424 or Delray Beach 278-4566 OtfftTMf fev Nava fnvatmnt Cmn. alM iavalAMit Court Sinks Plan For fReef ' Nation MIAMI. CD In an era when man's insatiable conquest of land has turned to planets and stars, two groups dreamed of creating a country out of a coral dot submerged in the Atlantic four miles off the shore of the United States. Thursday, a federal appeals court in New Orleans squelched hopes of a new nation, which both groups had pursued since 1964. The "Grand Capri Republic," which was to come to life on a coral waste which lies 20 feet below the Atlantic surface near the deep blue waters of the Gulf Stream "must perish, like the lost continent 'Atlantis', beneath the waves and waters of the sea which constantly submerged the reefs," ruled the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The court, which called the plan "fantastic," found that Triumph and Long Reef, within sight of Florida's heavily poulated Gold Coast, are part of the continental shelf and therefore are "natural resources" and subject to United States jurisdiction. Atlantis Development Corp., Ltd., and Louis M. Ray and the Acme General Contractors, Inc. laid claims to the reefs, and filed the appeal to overturn an earlier decision which ruled the companies had no right to develop the land. The district court suit was filed by the United States, alleging that the dredging of material in building caissons on the reefs was causing irreparable injury. The latest ruling clears the way for the federal government to propose adding the two reefs, which lie at the entrance of Biscayne Bay, to Rollaways Are Handy For Guests Rollaway beds, hidden by day, pulled out by night, are an answer to many a homemaker's problem of too few bedrooms for unexpected overnighters. Two single beds are the solution, plus a combination of built-in cabinets which provide space for the beds and otherwise serve for storage. The lower cabinet is desk high providing clearance fort he beds. Its top surfaced with prefinished Marlite paneling, makes a fine countertop during the day. Extending up to a point near the ceiling are other cabinets, fronting the wall. Their lower reaches are empty so that there's room for day storage of the beds. Their fronts can be handsome doors of a plastic-finished hardboard paneling such as Marlite textured carved leaf planks bonded to a wood framework. the plans for Islandia National Park. "The evidence overwhelmingly shows that the government has a vital interest, from a practical as well as an aesthetic viewpoint, in preserving the reefs for public use and enjoyment," the appeals court said. The two separate groups envisioned different methods for the same end to avoid taxation by the United States. The reefs' proximity to the advantages and luxuries available on Florida's nearby-shores heightened the promoters visions of mansions and pleasure spas perched on coral points protruding from the ocean. According to previous records, Ray and investors in Acme spent $100,000 in a preliminary project to build up the reefs in 1964. But Hurricane Betsy, which socked its winds full force onto the Florida mainland in 1965, demolished the piled up sand, and the 500 by 2,000 feet reefs were once again under water. Acme's development program was aimed primarily at providing a resort area with home sites. However, promoters for the Atlantis group sought to make the reefs an entity unto themselves. Atlantis backers dreamed of a foreign country to be named "The Isle of Gold" a country that would issue its own stamps, distribute its own currency, and even form its own defense department in the shadow of the United States. All these plans were disclosed in 1964 by Larry Vita, a Miami Beach developer involved in the Atlantis venture. Vita also stressed that the reefs would be beyond the three-mile territorial limits and therefore outside the bounds of U.S. jurisdiction over gambling. NEW LOCATION LARGER SHOWROOM Security Safe Sales AFFILIATED WITH Ccll L. Rolwrti ft AtMClittt 244 So. Dixie Highway (Eatt) POMPANO BEACH Phone 946-8347 Large Display By MOSLER. MEILINK & STAR IN A FLOOR CHESTS Sounds like multiplication? Guess again. It's newspaper talk for a one column by 2-inch ad. Too small to be effective? You're reading this one! AN INVITATION TO VISIT Brigfaesl in Qlorlla M mWm -mm .r-iw.r';? RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Moelight t Starlight .Designer Originals THE LIGHTING CENTER, INC. 2740 NORTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY, FT. LAUDERDALE 1561 H W TTH Vf MIAMI , , atOTH-SOUIM UMEUftAr AT N.W. MTM ST. 563-6294 The majestic New River. Florida's deepest stream. Exotic birds skim over its surface and fish lurk in its depths. Moss laden oaks, palms and pines paint the river banks with their glistening plumage. Large estates grace the river's shores. It's on this idyllic waterway, near the heart of Fort Lauderdale, that a new island paradise is being created. River Reach. A quaint bridge. Staffed gatehouse. Three swimming pools. Two tennis courts. A nine hole pitch and putt golf course. Modern docks with no fixed bridges between you and the ocean. This is River Reach with its 5-story condominium residences isolated from intrusion but only 12 minutes from the ocean beach. See this new condominium island estate now with its breath-taking apartment residences priced from . . . $10,750 to $38,000. There are eight different floor plans ranging in size from studio apartments to 3-bedroom, 2-bath residences. Open 10 am to 6 pm. THE NEW RIVER ISLAND CONDOMINIUM 1111 S.W. 9th Avenue Fort Lauderdale Telephone 522-6733 Directions: take Southwest 12th Street (Davie Boulevard) to S.W. 9th Avenue. River Reach is just a few hundred yards north of Davie Boulevard at 1111 S.W. 9th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale (V2 mile east of 1-95). 1

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