April Stones

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and meat prices, according to game com- com- SEE HUNT 4B SEE JUVENILES 4B EAHLY MSB I" "Sri. $1 V-A. V-A. V-A. V i : i J . - S FLOCK W V . i Staff photoPHIL SKINNER Left to right, Paula Polyanski, Eric Cullen, Glen Mathews and Mick Monforte wait to buy Rolling Stones tickets near Boca Raton. Fans line up days in advance to purchase Rolling Stones concert tickets. By AMY DePAUL and STEVE NICHOL Stiff Writers The fans camping out to buy tickets for the upcoming Rolling Stones concert concert might have been humming the refrain refrain of a song made famous by their favorite band: "I know it's only rock and roll but I like it" . Mick Monforte likes it enough to sleep in a lawn chair outside an Eck-erd Eck-erd Eck-erd drugstore west of Boca Raton for four days. Deborah Wilker's complete concert rundown. SHOWTIME! "I've been waiting nine years to see these guys," said Monforte, 20, who began his vigil on Tuesday. "I was only 12 when the Stones were here last," he said. "I used to pray. Seriously, Seriously, I'd go to bed and say, 'Bless grandma, let the Stones come.' " Montforte was one of about a dozen lined up outside the store by late Thursday. Tickets costing $29.50 plus service charge will go on sale at 9 a.m. on Saturday for the Nov. 16 concert, to be held at the Orange Bowl in Miami. Some of the buyers, like college student student Sam Haber, were born after the band formed in the early 1960's. But Haber says he is 21 going on 41 when it comes to his tastes in music. Late Thursday afternoon he and his girlfriend, April Trent, 16, were stretched out on yellow and green lawn chairs outside the Carefree The ater in West Palm Beach, waiting to get tickets. "I have three of their albums. I like them 'cause I love the '60s music," Haber Haber said. "I've seen Pink Floyd, The Who and The Grateful Dead. When the Stones come down, I have to see the Stones," he said. "It's like I'm seeing Woodstock in pieces," said Haber, a Palm Beach Community College student. "I wrote SEE STONES 4B

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  1. South Florida Sun Sentinel,
  2. 18 Aug 1989, Fri,
  3. Other Editions,
  4. Page 18

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