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THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1992 CQ 'Brady Confidential' shows family's 'dark side' TRUTH & TRASHfrom 10 results from a biopsy of a tumor! Holy cow. For those of you who weren't paying attention in January, Anything But Love was canceled by mutual agreement of ABC and producer Twentieth Television because it wasn't projected to earn enough profit. The farewell party's at your house. Wayne's world ... WPTV-Channel 5 (NBC) promotions director Wayne Cunningham is headed for Hollywood. He is one of two station promotion directors from NBC affiliates picked from the 150 who entered to be a Jay Leno guest on a Tonight Show test program. Leno will be doing test programs this weekend as he prepares to take over the late-night NBC institution May 25. He'll need test guests in addition to celebrities such as actor Ted Schackelford. Cunningham tapes with Leno Saturday afternoon. The same age as 41-year-old Leno, Cunningham grew up 5 miles away from the comedian in Massachusetts. And, if that wasn't chatty material enough, WPTV boss Bill Brooks' brother-in-law was Leno's high school history teacher. The best thing about all this is the NBC fax Cunningham received telling him he'd won. The fax explains that Cunningham will stay at the Universal Hilton and will get a rental car to use. "And as an added bonus, dinner at a local hot spot Saturday evening with those two provocative promo-sexuals . . . M.J. and Martha." That would be those promosex-uals (don't you just love it) Martha Stanville, NBC v.p. of affiliate promotions, and her assistant, M.J. Rouike iley, those two NBCers should be programming the network, not only promoting it. If Wayne can't have fun with those two, he'll never have fun. Brady Crunch ... TBS airs the Brady Confidential beginning Monday. The five Brady Bunch episodes promise to show "the darker side of America's perfect family." Yeow! It's meant to coincide with publication of Barry Williams' upcoming book Growing Up Brady: I Was A Teenage Greg (HarperCollins). The episodes, running 7:05-7:35 p.m., Monday through Friday, include Carol (Florence Henderson) fearing Mike (the late Robert Reed) is having an affair and Greg (Williams) getting caught smoking. Reed's death Tuesday won't cancel the planned week. Heard It on the grapevine ... The CBS comedy Grapevine, filmed in Miami, has been given a June 15 start date (9:30-10 p.m.). Make a note in your viewing date-book, it's worth a look. Mickey, Mlnny, this Is Ed ... I Mar Search is one of those syndicated shows no one admits watching, yet it's going into production of a 10th season. Ed McMa-hon is and always has been the show's host. McMahon and May 22 he retires from The Tonight Show with pal Johnny Carson. His big gig will be Star Search, which is moving to Florida with a new name. Beginning June 16, Ed McMa-hon's Star Search will call Orlando's DisneyMGM Studios home. The show tapes June 16, 19, 23, 26, then shuts down production July and August and renews taping in September. All 156 searches will be taped each year on two Disney MGM soundstages and throughout Walt Disney World. For audition I mm I instructions on tape you can call 213-462-7827. SheilaScarlett O'Connor O'Hara . . . WPBF-Channel 25 (ABC) news anchor Sheila O'Connor now has a New York City agent to help guide her acting career. O'Connor plans to audi tion for the role of Scarlett O'Hara in the planned CBS miniseries Scarlett. A re- u uonnor cent trade press story that actress Valerie Bertin em naa oeen cast as Scarlett is bogus, said a spokeswoman for pro ducer Robert Halmi. Auditions will be held in June or July with more details announced as early as next week. And, finally ... WPEC-Channel 12 (CBS) has scheduled a news special called Excellence In Edu cation: The 1992 Dwyer Awards, 7:30-8 p.m. Saturday. WPEC newscaster Chandra Bill will host the program devoted to winners and finalists for the public and private school educators awards present ed by the Economic Council of Palm Beach County. Parents should set study rules, teens say RULESfrom ID Herkov said. "But the child needs to be able to make a lot of their own decisions. "It's a tough role for parents to play. On one hand they need to let their children develop, while at the same time putting them in the right direction so they can choose their own path. "Rules should operate like a safety net so the child knows he or she has flexibility, but that there is someone overseeing them." Terrence Lovett, 15, a Palm Beach Lakes student, said his mom and dad constantly monitor his school work. "Every night they ask, 'Got any homework or tests tomorrow?' " Lovett said. "And they're always waiting for that report card." Still, Lovett said he has no problem living up to their rules. "Even the one about no loud music," he said. "I can live with that. Sometimes I can't take it myself." High school sophomore Karen Jackson of King's Academy said parents' rules and involvement mean that they care, "that I'm important to them." Robert Cooper, 15, of Palm Beach Lakes said sometimes those rules are "annoying" and feels his parents treat him "like a little kid." Cooper said the rule at his house is "no remote control stuff" until all homework is completed. But overall, these teens say rule-setting is an integral part of life. Lenai Montgomery, 17, said without rules there would be "total chaos." Montgomery, a King's Academy student, said her parents don't impose as many restrictions as they once did. The reason? Trust. "In the beginning my parents pushed me to study. Now I just do it myself. I used to have a curfew, now I don't. "In the beginning, when I got my car, they had rules about telling Hair samples can detect drug users The Associated Press WASHINGTON - Law enforcement officers may soon have a new weapon in their efforts to pinpoint illegal drug users human hair samples. According to government scientists, the examination of hair samples may join urinalyses as a method of establishing reliable drug abuse evidence. Researchers say studies have shown that after use, drugs can be detected in hair, giving law enforcers a promising approach for detecting long-term drug abuse and spanning months instead of the few days urine methods allow, . The research is being conducted at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, an agency of the Commerce Department's Technology Administration. ujfi A Church For All People Affirming The HlL-rr""1"" Love of Christ To The Gay Community METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH I 3500 45th Str., Suite 2A Rev. Julia Seward (407)687-3943 "Commiled to the Clear and Accurate Teaching of Cod's Word" GRACE EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH PAI.M BEACH LAKES COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 3505 SHILOH DRIVE W EST PALM BEACH East side of Military Tr. Juki So. of 45th Street 9:00 AM SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 REFRESHMENTS 10:30 AM WORSHIP SERVICE I CALL 622-2525 first UNITARIAN church SPIRITUALITY WITHOUT DOGMA Unitarian Universalist May 17, 11:00 A.M. MINISTER: ROGER A. COWAN SERMON: WHO THE DEVIL'S THE DEVIL? NURSERY & RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM 635 PROSPERITY FARMS RD. NORTH PALM REACH, 33408 627-6 1 05 CHURCH of the PALMS CONGREGATIONAL tj United Church of Christ SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE 10:30 AM CHURCH SCHOOL and NURSERY 10:30 AM 6 MINISTERS Rev. JAMES W. ATCHISON Rev. NORMAN HALLIDAY V N --S QV-V-i. MUSIC DIRECTOR r-fTpsfS? BRIAN W. DAVEY!2?) IMm MM V IU II r " - X II 1960 N. Swlnton Ave., Delray Beach 276-6347 LOOKING FOR A WAY TO MEET LIFE'S CHALLENGES? CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES CAN HELP Our services are designed to commemorate the words and works of Christ Jesus. In our Sunday Schools, pupils up to the age of twenty are taught the truths about God from the Bible. Our Reading Room is a full Christian Science Library. WEST PALM BEACH NORTH PALM BEACH LAKE WORTH I'D 30 AM WON iT UU HWD TO toi rmm Turn Strxfev ScJW i Owen 1 10 0B AM 111 1 UH Ox SXBt S0O I CM 1 10 3D Ml U3S i0 9l lWa WON-StT 11MIIPW soon ItaA 10UIB2PM sa wti; them who I was with, where I was going and what time I would be back. "As I got older they became more lenient. But I had to earn' their trust." Trust is something Minna Si-pila, an exchange student from Finland, says is missing in the American school system as she sees it. She said in Finland schools do not have supervisors patrolling the hallways with walkie-talkies, and students do not need passes to get out of classes. "School is very strict here. People in Finland think things are more free here, but it's not that way." Sipila is a senior at Palm Beach Lakes High School. She will return to Finland in July. She said her host family has not imposed too many rules about studying, and said she is self -motivated when it comes to homework. Cassdre Ernest, 18, of Palm Beach Lakes, said she excels in school without study rules from her parents, but would like more guidance and time with her mother just the same. "My mom knows I do my homework and I get good grades," she said. "But I'd like her to be more involved. "My mother works a lot she is a nurse I don't see her in the morning or when I get home from school. "I think parents today don't have enough time to spend with their kids. , That's the situation for Randy Wiley, 15. Wiley lives with his grandmoth er who has terminal cancer and his grandfather. A bad relationship with his mother and an absentee father has led Wiley to take on the role of being his own parent, he said. "I take my grandmother to the doctor, do the shopping and clean house because they're not able but I don t mind. When I m done I get to do normal things, like band practice. "My grandparents have some rules, Wiley said. But mostly I just do what I have to do. Joseph likened the rule situa tion to the animal kingdom. "Parents set rules to protect their voung like animals who pro tect their cubs," he said. "Of course there are some animals that eat their young." THE LAKE WORTH METAPHYSICAL CHAPEL Service Sunday Evening Healing 7 p.m. - Worship 7:30 p.m. 6073 Summit Blvd., West Palm Beach SPEAKER Rev. Mary Pompeo 686-0217,833-3997: J ORTHODOX CHURCH OF ST. HERMAN OF ALASKA 7099 S. Military Tr. PH. 968-5343 SUNDAY LITURGY 10:00AM Serving All National Backgrounds FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH Worship 8a.m., 9:30a.m. (Contemporary) & 10:45a.m. NURSERY at all Services Coffee Fellowship 9:00 A.M. Educational Hour (All Ages) 9:30 AM Day School After School Camp Programs Available Weekdays Rev. John L. Frerking, Pastor North Palm Beach, Fla. 555 US. Highway One North of North Lake Blvd. (407)848-4737 n LOOKING FOR A NEW CHURCH? First United Church of Christ is an exciting fast growing church for all ages meeting in a beautiful Sanctuary on Indian Creek Parkway. Join us this Sunday morning! Bring your family and friends. You'll be glad you did! INDIANTOWNHO :irrriUKV JUPirEH P TONEY PENNA PR H 8 J E CHJfiCH jiH jupirifi. f lOflto Si FIRST UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 147S Indian Creek Parkway Jupiter, Florida - Church 8 15, 9:30 & 1 1 a.m. Church School A Child Cera at both services Rev. Ned Barnes, Minister 747-8340 Let the BIBLE Speak by Dan Jenkins How Wide Is This Page? How wide is this page? Very few of us actually know ihe answer, but we know how to find it. We might guess, but at best it would be simply an estimation. We might ask our friends their opinion, but again, we could have no certainty that we have the precise answer. We might think that our parents could give us the correct answer, but even they are not always right. How do you find the answer? Get a ruler and measure it. What must I do to please God? How does He want to be worshiped? How do I decide what is right and what is wrong? We might guess, but at best it would still be a rough estimate. We might ask our friends their opinion, but again, we could have no certainty that we have the correct answer. If we asked our parents, we would have the same problem even they are not always right. How do you find the answer? Get a ruler and measure it. However the problem is, what "measuring rod" shall we use to find the answer? Since we are seeking to find God and to do His will, consider these words spoken by His son. "He who rejects Me . has that which judges him the word that I have spoken will judge him in the last day" (John 12:48). Here is the answer. God's "measuring rule" of judgment will not be myself, my friends, my parents, my church it will be the Bible. If He is going to use that rule at the end, shoukjm we be using it today? Come, let us study the ruler together. Published the first and third Fridays of each month by PUM BEACH LAKES CHURCH Of CHRIST 1111 36th Street, West Pelm Beech, FL 33407 Stmday worship: 10:00 e m. end 6:30 p m. TeWc Mfl-1111 INTERDENOMINATIONAL THE ROYAL POINCIANA CHAPEL 60 Cocoonut Row. Palm Beach Worship 10:30 A.M. Nursery Provided Guest Speaker John C. Randolph "Don't I orget Whose You Are1' Dr. Thomas W. Kirkman, ' Minister Dr. J.uk Jones, Director of Music VICTORY IN JESUS CHURCH - (A Full Gospel Charismatic Word Church) -" SfnU Svwice tO:30 .. 4t "xUUU 7w Wail Preochina the same Dynamic Word of ' Poitor John McCoy fa;fa as Kennefa Copeland & Kenneth Hogin (Joi'k oar prayer ftt this Sunday, ifijfou haw a fpetaf nuJ, ' ?- Directions: 4585 Charlotte Street. Charlotte St. is on the west side ' of Military Trail (one street north of Belvedere Rd.) Home Fellowship Bible Study, Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. 965-0460 '' WHERE'S A CHURCH FOR ME? "It's such a friendly church" a board member. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH United Church of Christ 1415 No. 'K' St, Lake Worth Between Dixie & Federal Hwy., Just North ,x of 13th Ave North, 382-6691 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 9:30 Church School Nursery Provided Rev. Bruce Sylvester, Pastor Robert Hebble, World Renowned Organist 1 mil FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BOYNTON BEACH Cordially invites you to celebrate the Installation of the Rev. John D. Wiley as Pastor "Praise our God, O peoples, let the sound of His praise be heard..." Psalm 66:8 s 3 p.m., Sunday, May 17, 1992 : First Baptist Church 301 N. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach For more information call 732-5151 Member: Southern Baptist Convention THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU WORLDWIDE ANGLICAN SUNDAY SERVICES PALM BEACH Bethesda-By-The-Sea - 655-4554 South County Rd., Barton Ave. Holy Eucharist 8, 9 1 1 1 am Morning Prayer 2nd ft 4th, 1 1 am Ch. School I Adult Forum 10 am PALM BEACH GARDENS St. Mark's - 622-0956 3395 Burns Rd. 8 & 9 am Holy Eucharist 10 am Church School 11 am Holy Eucharist BOYNTON BEACH St. Joseph's -732-3060 3300 S. Seacrest Blvd. 8 am Holy Eucharist 10 am Choral Eucharist 10 am Church School GREATER WEST PALM BEACH Holy Spirit -833-7605 1003 Allendale Rd. Holy Eucharist 8 & tOam Christian Ed. I Ch. School 9 am Holy Trinity -655-8650 600 S. Flagler Dr. Holy Eucharist 8 10 am Adult Ed. & Nursery 9 am Church School 10 am ' ' St. Patrick's - 833-1903 418SapodlllaAve. 8:00 am Holy Eucharist 9:20 am Church School DELRAY BEACH St. Paul's -276-4541 188 South Swinton Ave. 8 am Holy Eucharist 1 0 am Holy Eucharist, 1st, 3rd, 5th ' Morning Prayer 2nd& 4th 5 pm Guitar Folk Mass, 2nd, 4th 1 0 am Chuch School & Nursery 1 .11 - - '"( -W1tnv United Methodist Churches (Nursery Provided At All Services) DELRAY BEACH t CASON 276-5302 Corner of Lake Ida and Swinton Ave. Worship 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Children's Church 8:30 a.m. service Sunday School all ages 9:50 a.m. Wednesday Family Night 7:00 p.m. Robert H. Finch, Pastor Alan S. Brewster, Pastor BOYNTON BEACH t FIRST 732-3435 101 North Seacrest Boulevard Worship 8:30-11.00 a.m. Sunday School all ages 9:45 a.m. Youth Fellowship 7:00 p.m. Daily Pre-School Rev. George P. Lutz, Pastor BOYINTON BEACH WEST t FAITH 738-1W2 Congress Middle School Gymnasium Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday School all ages 9:30 a.m. Max Wilkins, Pastor LAKE WORTH t CALV ARY 585-1786 Fed. Hwy. at 1st Ave. South Prayer 8:45 a.m. - Worship 1 1 00 a.m. Sunday School all ages 9:30 p.m. Youth Group 1st 4 3rd Sun. 5 p.m. Holy Land 2nd & 4th Sun. 5 p.m. Hymn Sing 5th Sunday 5 p.m. WEST PALM BEACH t GOOD SHEPHERD 965-4311 2341 South Military Trail Praise 815 a m. - Worship 8 30 a m Sunday School an ages - 9 45 a m. Praise 10 45 a m. - Worship 1 1 00 a.m. Praise 6 45 pm. - Worship 7:00 p.m. Kenneth Roughton, Pastor Nek Thompson, Pastor t UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF THE PALM BEACHES 687-5411 900 Brandywine Rd. Sunday School all ages - 9:30 a.m. Worship: 8:15 410:55 a.m. Wednesday Evening 6 p.m. Program for all ages Rev. John Gatewood, Pastor t WACG MEMORIAL UMC "The Friendly Church" 655-3075 4401 Garden Avenue, W.P.B. From So. Blvd. south on Lake to Kaye St., Left 1 Block Sunday Worship 8:15 & 10:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 9:15 a.m. Miriam H. Holland, Pastor PALM BEACH GARDENS t TRINITY 622-5278 9625 N. Military Trail Worship 8:15, 9:30.11:00 a.m. Saturday Worship 5:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. for all ages Dr. B. Hugh Lake, Jr., Pastor Rev. Grant Siegfried, Pastor JTPITER-TEQI'ESTA t FIRST 746-81 16 815 E. Indiantown Rd. 9 00 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 10:15 a.m. Worship Service with Children's Church Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Dr. Robert M. Brittain, Pastor Rev. Carlos R. Otero, Assoc. Pastor Jl NO BEACH t OCEWYIEW 626-2500 looking Toward the Son Rise' 701 Ocean Drive Worship 8 30 & 10 45 a.m. Sunday School all ages 9.30 a m. Rev. Stephen Ruegg. Pastor

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