The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 14, 1986 · Page 182
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 182

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Th Post, Friday, March M, 1984 B3 M STL LO Cartoon Characters Add Life To Museum Animation Exhibit ! JL 4 ni ' I , i' ,'rl : t4 J if - . - )m - ZZ c c t 1 A v-. - i 9 i 1 ... -- iM i'IB HiiMMj lilMII iwllHI TOM KANE Stall PhofograpMr Road Widening Stays on Schedule EMILIO VAZQUEZ J(t Staff Photographer Joshua Taylor, of Loxahatchee, makes some new friends By Linda Lyon Cartoons will be in the spotlight at the South Florida Science Museum this weekend when Yogi Bear and Scooby Doo show up for the annual Fun Fair and opening of the museum's new animation exhibit Children will study the secrets of animation and "claymation," experiment with lights and shadows, operate a giant marionette, and make their own animated cartoons. "This exhibit is lighter than some we do," museum Director Ed So bey said, "but there is some good science in it and it is participatory. It will be good for families." "Claymation" is animation using figures of clay. The technique was developed as an alternative to hand-drawn animation because it permits some shortcuts and some interesting effects, Sobey said. The clay figure of Mark Twain, used to produce a full-length movie soon to be released, will be on display. ' Visitors will learn how to make a zeo trope, a drum with slits in it that can be rotated to produce an animated image. What makes such animation devices work is the one-tenth-of-a-sec-ond delay the eye needs to adjust to a new image. The old image lingers in your brain long enough to blend right in with the next image, Sobey said. There will be strobe lights, shadow games, puppet shows, displays of cartoons from the 1920s and 1930s, a Workers install sewer pipes at East Ocean Boulevard and Martin Avenue as part of the ongoing project to widen East Ocean. The construction should be finished by June, a state Department of Transportation spokesman said. This coincides with the original target date despite some delays to move utility installations. By June, everything is expected to be done, including stripping and landscaping. All four lanes will be open to traffic in late April or early May. The road improvements extend from the Krueger Creek Bridge to a point just west of the Cedar Point Project. p m. and 3 30 p in. Saturday and Sunday. Admission for the fair and for the animation exhibit through May 26 will be $3 for adults, $2 for senior citizens and $1 50 for children between 4 and 12. Also this weekend at Dreher Park, which is on Dreher Trail in West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach Ballet Center will perform at 2 p.m. Saturday near the zoo's nature trail. Sunday will be "Sheriff's Day" at the zoo with special exhibits, including the K-9 and mounted police units. Admission to the zoo is $2 for adults and $1 for senior citizens and children under 12. Children under 3 are admitted free. photo description of how an idea for an animated film develops into the finished product and a computer visitors can use to create sound effects for animated films. The giant marionette was designed by the museum to give visitors a chance to see how a marionette operates without the frustration of tangling strings. "Marionettes are usually a disaster," Sobey said. "Kids can operate this and even be a little rough with it." The Fun Fair on museum grounds includes carnival rides and games. Scooby Doo, Jabber Jaws, Quick Draw McGraw and Yogi Bear will perform at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 Speckled Perch Festival, Orchids, Tennis Tourney Highlight Week Diversions Services Held for Stuart Jewelry Merchant have played in the state and regional handbell festivals. Thursday, the Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach presents the musical Godspell at 8:15 p.m. Performances will continue March 21-22 and March 28-29. Show time is 8:15 p.m., with matinees March 22 and March 29 at 1:30 p.m. Godspell is a modern rock adaptation of the Gospel according to St. Matthew. Call the box office at 231-6990 for more information. Services were yesterday at the Ay-cock Funeral Home Chapel, Stuart. Survivors include her husband Al-don Whiteside of Palm City; daughter Marcia Whiteside of Palm City; and brother Leon Franklin of Birmingham, Ala. years after moving from Ashevillc, N.C. Whiteside, of 1759 Dyer Point Road, was a member of the Downtown Business and Professional Association and Downtown Redevelopment Advisory Committee. STUART - Gaynelle Whiteside, who owned and operated Gay's Jewelers on Osceola Street, died Monday at Martin Memorial Hospital. She was 70. A native of Gadsden, Ala., Whiteside lived in Palm City for the past 29 By Dean Yobbi Staff Writer The 18th annual Speckled Pearch Festival at the Downtown Flagler Park in Okeechobee Saturday afternoon is the highlight of this week's activities. The event, which takes place each year on the third weekend in March, features a fish fry, armadillo racing, country music and an auction. It is sponsored by the Okeechobee Chamber of Commerce and begins at 10 a.m. with a parade. Along with the fried fish, hush puppies, baked beans, potato salad and iced tea, the festival will offer exhibition booths displaying arts and crafts, baked goods and Seminole Indian wares. The Speckled Perch Queen will be crowned tonight at 7 at the American Adventure Resort on U.S. 441 South. Also included in the festival is the Okeechobee Cattlemen's Association rodeo Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 at the rodeo arena north of Okeechobee on U.S. 441. The chamber of commerce will sponsor a festival dance Saturday night at 8 at the Shrine Club on Highway SR 78 West. Elsewhere, the Martin County Orchid Society presents its "Orchids on Parade" show at the Ocean East Mall on East Ocean Boulevard Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The society will have hosts there to answer questions about growing orchids. The Ocean East Mall Merchants Association will donate three orchid plants that will be offered in a free raffle drawing. There also will be orchids for sale. Sunday, the first Holly Creek Doubles Invitational tennis tournament will begin at 2 p.m. at Holly Creek's two synthetic clay courts. Participants include seven pros from tennis clubs in the area, featuring Frank Froehling, the 1971 Davis Cup champion and No. 1 ranked 35-and-over singles player in Florida. A free clinic will be conducted at 1 p.m., and the finals begin at 4. Also Sunday, the Jubal Ringers Handbell Choir will perform at the Jensen Beach Community Church at 4 p.m. in the final concert of the 1986 Lenten series. The group, which is under the direction of Tim Harden and the sponsorship of the First Baptist Church of Lantana, features eight musicians, ages 13-19. They ring a four-octave set of handbells and combine for a total of 49 bells. The Jubal Ringers have performed primarily in Palm Beach County and WEEKEND CELEBRATION Join in the fun of Okeechobee's "Speckled Perch Festival" at Seminole Cove this Saturday and Sunday March 15 & 16, 9:00AM to 6:00PM Father, Daughter Rescued From Boat, Set Sail Again :, free mmw . w . jr Rodeo .... H a Vhl $AlM 5fc . j ; ' l ' 4 . . f", mi"" i" "i-r- '- .' f M , ' ' . I I , ' . " a ' r " "'nrr" i i, l '"'Ml t I V"IM 1 P'4 , v - If, .,; , : -r ' l ' . . .. ... i received a distress call about 3:20 a.m. yesterday from the Arnesens, Coast Guard Chief Bob Baeten said. Because signals from the boat's radio were unclear, Coast Guard officials were initially unable to pinpoint the craft. The Broward County Sheriff's Office was contacted and a helicopter was dispatched to assist in the search. Baeten said Fort Lauderdale Coast Guard crews, Lake Worth Inlet Coast Guard crews and several auxiliary Coast Guard units participated in the search. At about 7:40 a.m., a patrol boat from the Lake Worth Inlet station was dispatched to a site just north of the Lake Worth pier to make the rescue, Belanger said. An emergency medical technician and a Coast Guard crewman boarded the sailboat and tried to immobilize Arnesen to ease his discomfort while the sailboat was being towed. Arnesen was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in West Palm Beach, where he was treated and released. His daughter remained at the Coast Guard station until he returned in the By Sallie James ' Staff Writer ; Getting lost for seven hours off the coast of Palm Beach yesterday didn't . stop a retired schoolteacher and his daughter from setting sail again in their 34-foot sailboat four hours after they were towed ashore by a U.S. ; Coast Guard patrol boat. John Arnesen and his 9-year-old daughter Kirsten had been traveling on the sailboat from Nassau, when Arnesen became confused about their ! direction, dropped anchor and radioed for help, the Coast Guard said. A spokesman for the Coast Guard station on Peanut Island said Arnesen was suffering back pain and indicated he was unable to captain his boat. The two were rescued early yesterday by a Coast Guard patrol boat and taken to the Port of Palm Beach in Riviera Beach. They set sail about 2:18 p.m. yesterday but planned to remain in the Palm Beach area for medical reasons, according to Coast Guard Petty Officer Larry Belanger. 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