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The Palm Beach Post WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3,1997 SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION CIFALM" :BEMI:OUJNTY ' ") TAT TABLES ft.fV!-il iJltfi.-Mi.fi"-: I B ' t " "fV J V ' Wir ' ist . ' "v,.. 5" Legends tourney, brunch to serve up Hope House support The Virginia Slims Legends tennis tournament will return to the Del-ray Beach Tennis Center Saturday and Sunday for the tour's season finale. The finale will benefit Hope House of the Palm Beaches Inc., which will host a champagne brunch from 10 a.m. to noon Sunday at Old School Square in Delray Beach. During the brunch, tennis champion Billie Jean King will auction tennis memorabilia, with proceeds going to Hope House. The tennis tournament will feature King, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Tracy Austin, Pam Shriver, Zina Garrison, Evonne Goolagong, Virginia Wade, Rosie Casals and liana Kloss. Evert and Navratilova will be team captains of the two-day event, which will include doubles and singles matches. They will compete against each other in singles matches both days. Please see HOPE2 'r : Hi -J:... rrst i l ,S L ,. Vi : From left, Louise Farrand, David Walker, Pant Shriver, Sharon O'Connor and Zina Garrison I !'."'"" ill if .'up, .Ll.JiWf.iii 1 A f ".- " - ? ' h - i I - J - -J "S , I s i ""V I J ... I ' f til ' i Boca Museum benefits from golf tourney The Boca Raton Museum of Art's third annual Golf Tournament will be Monday at Polo Trace Golf Club in Delray Beach. The tournament will benefit the Boca Raton Museum of Art and its efforts to move to a new site in Mizner Park. Stuart Flaum and Joseph Mi-kita are tournament co-chairmen for the second year. Registration is $175 per person and includes green and cart fees; golf gift packages; refreshment carts during play; raffle tickets for prizes; and a luncheon and awards ceremony in the club house. The day will start with a continental breakfast at 7:30 a.m., followed by an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. The format will be a modified four-person scramble. Prizes will be given to the top three finishing foursomes; From left, Joe Gamarano, Steve Malone, Elaine Weber and Chris Malfitano Cafe Joshua honors volunteers at party Joseph Mikita, Stuart Flaum straightest and longest drive; clos-est-to-the-pin on a designated hole; and a circle game on a designated Par 3. The hole-in-one is sponsored by Braman Motors of Palm Beach. The prize is a 1998 BMW Z3. For reservations or more information, call (561) 392-2500. meals, Cafe Joshua provides resources for personal growth and encouragement to help restore dignity and self-esteem. and table companions. Cafe Joshua is a nonprofit organization serving homeless men and women who are committed to attaining better-quality lives. In addition to offering Cafe Joshua Inc. celebrated its second anniversary by honoring its volunteers at an appreciation party. More than 75 volunteers have donated 10,480 hours to date, as waiters, waitresses For more information, call (561) 832-5446.