The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on April 4, 1994 · Page 113
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S THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1994 .3D fashion confessions TODAY The Caldwell Theatre Company presents Later Life, a comedy, that runs through May 8 at Levitz Plaza, 7873 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton. Tickets are $24. Call 241-7432. A fashion show and luncheon to benefit the Center For Children In Crisis will be at 11 a.m. at the Ritz Carlton, 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan. The cost is $55. Call 364-5713 for more information. SOUTH PALM BEACH COUNTY COMING TUESDAY Registration for Marlins Night Out at the Ballpark must be made by Tuesday for the 7:35 p.m., April 15 game at Joe Robbie Stadium. Buses for the game leave at 5:30 p.m. from the Sheraton Inn in Boca Raton. The cost is $45 for adults with bus ride, $40 for adults not riding the bus, $33 for children under 12 with bus ride, $23 for children under 12 with no bus ride. Call 233-1015. Can Can, the musical, will be performed Tuesday at the Royal Palm Dinner Theatre. Tickets are $35. Call 499-5911. LOOKING AHEAD A carnival to benefit Atlantic High School's Project Graduation runs from 5-11 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 4 p.m.-midnight Friday, 11 am.-midnight Saturday and 1-10 p.m. April 10 at Builders Square on Linton Boulevard at Interstate 95. Call 737-3777. B A pop and jazz dance band "The Twi-lighters" will perform at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Boynton Beach Community Center, 3625 S. Congress Ave. Call 737-0746. Enter Laughing, a trip to the Miami play, will be at 2 p.m. April 10 with dinner at 5 p.m. at Billy's on the Bay, hosted by Papanicolaou Woman's Corps for Cancer Research. The cost is $39.50. Call 499-2382 or 278-8613. B The Serenity Stroll and Concert to benefit the Hanley-Hazelden Center's Lifesaver Patient Aid program is from 5 p.m.-9:30 p.m. April 9 at Trinity Park, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 211 Trinity Place, West Palm Beach. The cost is $15. The event is free for children. Call 848-1666. B Variety Revue, musical entertainment to benefit Vetsville Case Fire House for veterans, will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Boynton Beach Women's Club, 1010 Federal Highway. The cost is $10. Call 655-7063 or 655-0400. B A Chocolate Affair, a chocolate tasting benefit for Hospice By The Sea's in-patient unit oxygen fund, is from 1-6 p.m. April 10 at Old School Square Gymnasium on Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach. The cost is $3 for adults and $2 for children. Call 395-5031. B The Richard Terry Muslcomedy Show is at 8 p.m. April 10 in the Temple Anshei Shalom auditorium, 7099 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. The cost is $7.50. Call 495-1300 for more information. You won 't see pastel flowers or little white socks on pro golfer Deborah McHaffie. She prefers clothes that reflect her personality. Clubhouse Couture 'X'-. 1 4ii- V v, 7;i :" , ;,:V.. . 4 i SCOTT WISEMANStaff Photographer 'I try to dress to be myself,' says Deborah McHaffie about her unique style on the golf course. By CHRISTINE KEATING Palm Beach Post Fashion Editor Pro golfer Deborah McHaffie turned a clubhouse faux pas into a fashion statement. McHaffie, who once thought golf was for "old men who tool around in little carts," showed up for her first tournament seven . years ago in street clothes. She stuck out like a fluorescent buoy in a sea of white shorts and pastel polo tops. "I just wore what I had in my closet. I wasn't interested in wearing golf clothes, so I didn't," McHaffie, 35, said."I was just concerned with being myself." Her self a former fourth-grade teacher who didn't sink a putt until she was 23 has been seen on the green wearing leopard and lace bike shorts, chunky earrings and a granny type of golf boots. "The people who made (the boots) laughed when I asked for them," McHaffie said. "Then after the first week I wore them, they got about 500 calls from people who wanted a pair." McHaffie has been in the Ladies Professional Golf Association seven years and is ranked about 80th pretty good for someone who wasn't weaned on a 3-wood. She has a fan club whose members call themselves the McHaffie Marauders. They travel to most tournaments wearing her face on their shirts. "The bottom line to this whole thing is, I try to dress to be myself, to be comfortable," she said. "It wasn't a plan to change the tour." But the women's golf tour has changed in the past decade at least the look of it. Beverley Willey, an LPGA image consultant agrees, and said McHaffie has helped open the closet doors of women's golf fashions a little wider. "The look has become more relaxed, and some of the girls are even shopping outside of the pro shops," Willey said. "She (McHaffie) is a trendsetter." MARKfiltRKOStaff Photographer M Don't carry your wallet in a picnic basket. Wfiife these square weave baskets enjoyed a popular run in the preppy days, they look outdated arid frumpy in 1994. c Q Q. A, What is considered "casual attire?" 1 4uti never sure what is expected when an invitation calls for casual. The kind of event, the place and time are all things to take into consideration when ,;,; " choosing what to wear, of course. Factoring, all that in, if the invitation calls for casual ; attire, Palm Beach Post society columnist -Thorn Smith says: For men, a jacket is OK but optional. Sport shirts and polo shirts are fine. And if you feel like it, ties are acceptr able. For women, slacks, cocktail dresses JM and pant suits are fine. Stay away from shorts, sequins and tiaras. Where can you find a "prom-type" dress this early before the event? Tricky question because there's no way': to make a comprehensive list of stores. '" Someone is going to feel left out. However; 1 I'll take the risk by saying that during a recent trip to Stein Mart west of Boca Raton I saw a nice collection of cocktailprom dresses at discounted prices. Same goes fox, Loehmann's. And every major departments store will have a selection of party dresses year-round. Check out a secondhand store for something different maybe vintage ' -glamorous. CHRISTINE KEATING For answers to those nagging fashion questions, please call 820-4725, or write Christines Keating, fashion editor, The Palm Beach Post, 2751 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33405. NO. 728697 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The following Ordinance will be placed on Second Reading at the Regular Session of the City Commission of the City of West Palm Beach, Florida to be held on the 1 1 th day of April, 1 994, at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible at City Hall, 200 Second Street, West Palm Beach, Florida. ORDINANCE NO. 2688-93 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, ANNEXING A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND OF APPROXIMATELY 560.7 ACRES GENERALLY La CATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF JOG ROAD AND OKEECHOBEE BOULEVARD; DECLARING THAT THE VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION PETITION BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF THE OWNER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ANNEXED HEREBY; DIRECTING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO DO ALL THINGS NECESSARY TO EFFECTUATE THIS ANNEXATION; PROVIDING A CONFLICTS CLAUSE; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Should any interested party seek to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, such person will need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which an appeal is to be heard. Interested parties may appear at said meeting and be heard with respect to this Ordinance. A detailed legal description of the subject property is available at the Planning, Zoning and Building Department or the Office of the City Clerk during normal office hours. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COMMISSION AGNES E. HAYHURST PUBLISH: March 28, April 4, 1 994 CITY CLERK CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH J J WATER I I CmTCKMENT ! I I AREA I I i n. i j Jltf- xiT) ""j" y J I i 1 ORDINANCE NO. 2688-93 HA ft i c-5 ; 'I , nu wa iraaintw ura i mJ njr II SHU Sf rm 1 I '( gH VtIic 1'alm Hcncli IVwt) to the 1994 Candidates for Brooks Brothers' MAN and WOMAN OF THE YEAR BOB BURG lurg Communicolioro JIM COLBERT floglw Till BOB CRITTOK Burmon 1 Crillon, Pi. KATKRYN C. DANEllA Boca Point Community Assoc. ERIKA DOUGLAS PGA National Resort t Spa YVONNE DUCHENE Sterling Careen CHERYL DUNN Dufxon Theatre KENT EHXHARDT WnVNewOwrmelS LEN FERRARA SprlnlUnlled Telephone CARU FOREMAN IBM Bill FOUNTAIN Downtown Development Authority WAYNE FRECHETTE Fidelity federal RON GACHE Brood and Cossel JACQUIE GOLD Unrfersol Loud Tide ANTHONY GRAVETT Moore, Caler, Donlen I levin SHERRY A. 'Sam HOBSON Interim Health Care CAROLYN HODGE K Laser AUDREY HOFFMAN MassMutual MARK HOLMES Century 21 Homes Realty GAYTHA HUH Prime lank BETH KETCHAM HellmontMehr.Pi. JOE KULUNAS August 1 ComHer JOHN McCOlSKEY Alex Brown I Sons SANDRA MEIENDI Padfk Mutual Ufa Insurant Co. ARIENE MONTI Investment Equity Cor. JOSEPH NASSER, D.D.S. Joseph Nosser, D.D.S. RHONDA NASSER, D.D.S. Rhonda Nosser, D.D.S. BOBBI NETTIES AJtstatej IUDWIG ODIERNA JFM Business Technologies ERYN PERRY Smith Barney Shearson DEBBIE PIEGARI Fawn lewis I Associates BERT PREMUROSO Barnett Bonk FRANCINE RAMAGLIA XPMG PeotMorwick RICHARD RAMPEll, C.P.A. Rampefl ( Romped, PA MITCH RUBIN Stnpro JOHN RUSSEll Russel Communkatlom ALSANTORO Wright Superior PETER VENZARA Prudential Securities VICKI VIICHEZ YkkiYilchii.PjL SHERRI RENNER WELCH Welch t Co. The Winners will be announced at a gala Grand Finale Wednesday, April 20, 1994 at 6:00 p.m. Poinaana Club, Palm Beach Tickets for the Grand Untie ire milable for $25 in (he form of i donation to (he Leukemia Society. All unit rniW bj the mndidnla will be uted to support mkmia rrstarch and inpwjinanaai aid to local unikmia patunu. For more information, Call 478-8550 j j cms " " I

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