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Friday, December 5, 1997
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THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1997 5F 'I turn the page and move on with my life' THE ROYAL POINCIANA CHAPEL 60 COCOANUT ROW, PALM BEACH Interdenominational Worship at 10:30 a.m. December 7, 1 997 The Sacrament of Holy Communion at 9:30 a.m. Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Sermon "SOME SONGS OF CHRISTMAS: II. Gloria in Excelsis Deo: "A SONG TO SING THIS YEAR" Dr. Richard M. Cromie will preach Dr. Jack W. Jones, Director of Music A DODD ROAD Greenacres 439-0968 6240 Dodd Road Sunday Bible Study 9:30am Worship Servce 1 0:30am m 1 l" J by actress Kate Winslet Peterman won't say who bought the gown, only that the woman an American does have other dresses "from notables." She paid $11,500 for the one-of-a-kind frock, which very well may still contain essence of Winslet: the size 6-8 dress has not been cleaned since the actress wore it. I, for one, think the buyer was simply rendered helpless by the Peterman prose: "Imagine an evening gown made to be worn one night only. During the maiden voyage of the Titanic. Imagine a beautiful clear-skinned upper-class girl in it. Chiffon, satin sash, antique lace, faux pearl buttons. And music." Can you blame the woman? Who doesn't want clear skin? Who doesn't like music? If I could have contacted her before she dialed the 800 number, though, I could have talked her down. "It's a lavender gown with fake pearls," I would say, "steeped in a British actress' sweat It does not include a title, a new family crest or a tube of Clearasil. And when was the last time you heard the melodious ' strains of a full orchestra? Admit it. The soundtrack of our vapid American lives is more likely the hungry-baby-bird sounds of a Spice Girls anthem. "Now get a hold of yourself." Of course, there's always the thrill of being leered at by a Circle K clerk. The Dodd Road Church of Christ will celebrate its Tenth Anniversary on Sunday December 7, 1 997. Our worship service on that date will be at 1 0:30am, a potluck dinner at noon, and anniversary services at 2:30 in the afternoon, with fellowship hour after the anniversary ceremony. Since we are a bilingual congregation, all services will be in both Spanish and English. We would be honored to have you join us for this special occasion. Benny Santiago, Jr. I Minister Elcws kme Macon &Bev$aiogo$i Deacons flecko Jordan 4 vVaren Sparks Misk Benn, Sortoao Sr & Benrv Suroge PISCOPO From IF ing.'") Rather, the catalog is offering props from the much-touted movie, opening Dec. 19. John Peter-man says he approached 20th Century Fox last summer to discuss buying the props faithful recreations of the bounty from the ill-fated liner. . Oh, Mr. Peterman. Why must you taunt me? Only recently by economic necessity have I learned to resist you. To talk myself down, so to speak, when your catalog arrives. - I have learned to deconstruct the weedy Peterman-esque prose and reduce the items to their lowest common denominator: "The catalog," I tell myself, "may say that this quilted alpine parka is available in midnight or scarlet. "But it's really just a nylon jacket in black or red. "It may say it will remind everyone of the coat worn by a certain Swedish actress while skiing in Gstaad (which, by the way, is a resort village in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland). "But it comes with neither an airline ticket nor a cosmetic surgery voucher." -.1 turn the page and move on with my life. . Before I learned that skill, I was more susceptible. More vulnerable. As a result, I own several outfits that have never covered my body while I danced in a fountain with Jordan Baker. (That would be my "Zelda Dress.") I have never posed for a French Fauvist painter in my "Matisse Pants." And I have never drawn appreciative glances from shy country boys while buying thread at a notions store in my "Prettiest Girl in Town Dress," though I did once receive a lascivious stare from a 7-Eleven clerk. . I can only imagine the approving looks if I slapped a jaunty little White Star Line Titanic Crewman's Cap on my head! Peterman promises booty from other flicks in the future, though he's not saying which 7iiy tniiajAULaiiiiij v v i mm mil iiNjg i Evening Warship 6;00pm Wedne-day Bible Suly 7 30pm West Palm Beach MEMORIAL 832-3631 Downtown 1300 So. Olive Ave. 11 a.m. WORSHIP 9:30 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL 11a.m. KOREAN WORSHIP LAKESIDE 833-3756 4601 So. Flagler Drive 8:45 fc 11 a.m. WORSHIP 9:45 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL FIRST 655-1707 Downtown 301 So. Olive Ave. 10:30 a.m. WORSHIP 9:15 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL Delray Beach FIRST 276-6338 33 Gleason Street 9 k 11a.m. WORSHIP 10 a.m CHURCH SCHOOL (youthadult) 11 a.m CHURCH SCHOOL (youth) Boynton Beach FIRST 732-3774 23S S.W. 6th Avenue 11 am. WORSHIP 9:45 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL Palm Springs FAITH 967-1930 275 Alemeda Drive 11 a.m. WORSHIP 9:30 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL Need something special for a dull front lawn? Try this fiberglass replica of the Titanic's anchor used as a film prop. Thirteen feet tall, $25,000. gests. "Position it between the front porch of your weekend house and the sea.") But I'm keeping a level head. I remind myself that I have only a weeklong house, and my neighborhood association is so uptight that we must all have identical mailboxes. I'm sure somewhere in the 600-page covenant is an edict forbidding enormous fiberglass anchors as decorative devices. Nor do I have a desire to discover that one of only 20 Ti tanic-the-movie wicker chairs ($650) has been masticated to a slimy glob by my dog. Nonetheless, Peterman says the Titanic bounty is moving well. On Tuesday, he sold the Edwardian lace and chiffon dress worn and wrinkled, though not stained ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA Eucharist: 10:00 am - Nursery Available Sunday School: 10:15 am-Noon Advent Service: 7:00 pm Wednesdays Confirmation Class: Mondays 5:30 pm 2 929 S. Seacrest Blvd. slo Woolbright s Boxnton Beach 732-2929 METR0P0UTA.N COMMtMTY CHtRCH of the Palm Ekaches V1CC Wfuam 3500 45th St, Suite 2A, WB Affirming The Lave of Christ SUN worship I iam To The Gay Community WED. WORSHIP 7:00PM Rev Marion C. Harrison P t Atm nam nnin teaching Science of Mind mill ilium Ulifni LAKE WORTH METAPHYSICAL CHAPEL 127 SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE SPEAKER REV. BRIAN LACOUR, UMC HEALING 6:30PM, WORSHIP SERVICE 7:00PM S REV. PAULA HILIAN-MCLAURY. PASTOR P073 SUMMIT HVD., 561 -ISA-OS 17 COMMUNITY OF H0PE&. 793-8484 for more info S"? Sunday Morning Celebration 10:15 a.m. Royal Palm Beach High School Auditorium for something new, something refreshing, something filled with hope. UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIS! CHURCH or the Treasure Coast Center for Art & Soul 333 Tressler Dr. Stuart 10a.m. Dr. Robert Forbes, Anesthesiologist "Abolishment of Pain" Wf relfbrale divrrutx ..All art welrotnr FIRST UNITARIAN r'TTTTDr'ii JJ OfPalmRparhCiMinrv f ? 635 Prosperity Farms Road, North Palm Beach, 627-6105 Religious Education & Nursery Care Available Magnets relieve pain in postpolio patients EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU ANGLICAN COMMUNION SUNDAY SERVICES Kate Winslet's gown is gone, but you've still got a shot at Leonardo DiCaprio's outfit. Wool vest, cotton shirt, corduroy pants, $9,000. A Titanic crewman's cap worn as a prop during filming will set you back $150. Small price for an emblem that 'sums up an entire .era,' according to the J. Peterman catalog. ones. ("To conceal," he said from his Lexington, Ky., office "is to excite. He even talks like the catalog!) But for now, we must content ourselves with such items as the cap ($150 each, only 32 available). Or Titanic-the-movie burlap mail bags ($295, 21 available). Or Ti tanic brandy snifters ($225 each, 23 available). There's even the 13- foot fiberglass anchor only one, at $25,000 used in the final scene of the movie. ("Make your neighbors faint, the catalog sug' were treated with a dummy magnet. Furthermore, among those who reported improvement, the average decrease in pain score was 7 for the magnet group and only 4 for the dummy group. "We cannot explain the significant and quick pain relief reported by our study patients," wrote the researchers, from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, in the November issue of the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. They speculated that the magnets might have caused changes in pain-receptor cells, provoked an indirect response in the brain or affected the release of pain-diminj ishing body chemicals called enkephalins. They noted that "similar responses to magnetic fields have been reported in patients" who had different diseases. In calling for further study, they also remarked "that none of our patients reported any discomfort resulting from the use of magnetic devices and that no complications have been reported in the literature" from the use of such low-intensity magnetic fields. . City . I Fund Total amount $ Partial contributions of any amount are welcome. Faith Lutheran Church 555 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 848-4737 Sunday Celebration: Worship wEucharist 8 & 10:45 am Christian Education: 9:30 am for all ages N PGA North lake S Hearing Impaired Devices Nursery Available All Are Welcome! presentea oy jews The Washington Post Using a magnet to treat pain may not be as wacky an idea as it Sounds. In a recent study of 50 patients, application of a small magnet to painful muscles and joints was far more effective than application of an identical but non-magnetized device. ; Participants in the study had Significant pain for at least four weeks because of postpolio syndrome, the name given to the muscle weakness, fatigue, pain and other symptoms that can occur in adults who had severe polio when young. They were asked to assess their pain on a 10-point scale when a sensitive area ("trigger point") was touched. ; ' A small magnet or a placebo device (neither doctors nor participants knew who got which until after the study) was taped to the area and left for 45 minutes. When it was removed, they were again asked to gauge their pain. ; Twenty-two out of 29 patients (76 percent) who were treated with a real magnet reported im- iirovement, compared with only our out of 21 (19 percent) who WEST PALM BEACH Holy Trinity 655-8650 600 S. Flagler Dr. 8 & 10 am Holy Eucharist 9:00 am Adult Ed & Nursery 9 45 am Church School St. Patrick's 833 -1903 418 Sapodilla Ave 8:00 am Holy Eucharist 9:20 am Church School LAKE WORTH St. Andrew' 582-6609 North Palmway Lucerne Ave. 7:30 -10:00 am Holy Eucharist 10:00 am Church School Nursery . BOYNTON BEACH St. Joseph's 732-3060 3300 South Seacrest Blvd. Sat. 5 PM, Contemp. Mass & Nursery. 8 00 am Holy Eucharist - Rite 1 8:45 -1 1 :1 5 am infant Nursery 9:00 Adult Education, Church School 10:00 am Choral Eucharist, Church School DELRAY BEACH St. Paul's 276-4541 188 South Swinton Ave. 8:00 am The Holy Eucharist 9:15am and 11:00 am Holy Eucharist, 1st, 3rd, 5th Morning Prayer, 2nd S 4th Sundays 9:15 am Church School & Nursery CHURCH OF SCIENTIST Tequesta FIRST 746-5161 432 Tequesta Drive 9 fe 10:30 a.m. WORSHIP 9 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL (all North Palm Beach FIRST 622-8818 717 Prosperity Farms Road 8:15, 9:30 fc 11 a.m. WORSHIP 9:30 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL Palm Beach GardensLake Park GARDENS 848-3414 Moeta at Palm Beach Gardens High School 4245 Holly Drive 8 am WORSHIP 10 ajn. WORS BP k CHURCH SCI KL 9 a.m. ADULT BIBLE STUDY Lake Worth FIRST 582-7755 231 N. Federal Highway 11 a.m. WORSHIP 9:30 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL Royal Palm Beach PALMS WEST 795-5465 Meets at Crestwood Middle School 64 Sparrow Drive 10:30 a.m. WORSHIP 9:15 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL JUPITERTEQUESTA Good Shepherd 746-4674 400 Seabrook Rd. 7:30 am Holy Eucharist and Homily 9:05 am Sunday School 9:15 am Holy EucharistFamily Service 1 1 :00 am Holy Eucharist and Sermon PALM BEACH GARDENS St. Mark's 622-0956 3395 Burns Rd. 7:45 am Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:00 & 1 1 00 am Holy Eucharist Rite II 9:00 am Church School & Nursery 1 1 00 am Nursery for ages 2 and under PALM BEACH Bethesda-By-The-Sea 655-4554 South County Rd., Barton Ave. 8:00 am Holy Eucharist and Homily 9:00 am Holy Eucharist and Sermon 10 am Church School and Adult Forum 1 1 am Holy Eucharist and Sermon (1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays) 1 1 am Morning Prayer and Sermon (2nd & 4th Sundays) 'Nursery care is provided for children under 5 from 8:30 am to noon RIVIERA BEACH St. George's -844-7713 21 West 22nd Street 9:00 am Church School 10:00 am Holy Eucharist Noon - Mon. - Fri. Noonday Prayer DELRAY BEACH if CASON 276-5302 Corner of Lake Ida & Swinton Avenue Contemporary Worship 8:30 a.m. Traditional Worship 1 1 :00 a.m. Children's Church 8:30 & 1 1:00 a.m. Sunday School all ages 9:50 a.m. Wednesday Family Night 5:45 p.m. Dan Cassclbcrry, Pastor BOYNTON BEACH J FIRST 732-3435 101 North Seacrest Boulevard Worship 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday School all ages 9:45 a.m. Youth Fellowship 5-7:00 p.m. Rev. Robert A. Halm, Pastor LAKE WORTH LAKESIDE 585-7519 1801 12 Ave. S. At Lake Osborne Drive Contemporary service 8:30 AM Traditional service 1 1:00 AM Sunday School for all ages 9:50 AM Wednesday Family Night 5:30 PM Youth Choir and Fellowship 5:00 and 6:00 PM Sunday Rev. Carmen Delker, Pastor UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF THE PALM BEACHES 687-5411 900 Brandywinc Road, West of I 95 off P.B. Lakes & Village Blvd. Sunday School all ages 9:45 a.m. Worship: 8:00, 9:30 & 1 1:00 a.m. UMYF 6:00 p.m. Rev. W. David McEnlire, Pastor 4- THE WORLDWIDE United I Advent Program Featuring tne jewisn t-easts 5 For Jesus" Dec. 10, 7pm. WTO 809 South Flagler Reading Room, 134 .flrVh CHURCH OF THE FIRST CHRIST, Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561-655-8182 Lakeview Avenue (adjacent to church) 561-655-2343 PALMS CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 1960 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach 276-6347 Sunday Worship & Children's Church School 10 a.m. Rev. James W. Atchison, Senior Minister Dr. Glen D. Arfsten, Music Director Visitors are warmly invited to join us! Season To Share Methodist Churches DONATION FORM Donor's name (please print) . Address State Zip Code . Phone Unity of the Palm Beaches J 1 957 South Flatter Drivft WPR Please give my donation to... Amount UKALliaCLiVU 04A Barbecue Lunches both Days ! Saturday & Sunday December 6th & 7th 9am-3pm Crafts Boutiques Baked Goods Candy Raffles White Elephant Jewelrv Books & More Photos with Santa on Sunday ! JDl OJJ.tW-OJ Make checks payable to: Season to Share Mail to: Season to Share The Palm Beach Post ; P.O. Box 24696 West Palm Beach, Fl 33416 WEST PALM BEACH GOOD SHEPHERD 965-431 1 2341 South Military Trail 12 mile So. of Forest Hill Blvd. Worship 8: 15, 1 1:00 a.m. & 7 p.m. Hispanic Ministry 64 1 -6423 Sunday School all ages 9:45 a.m. Bill Conistan, Arnold Prater, Willard Schick, Pastors PALM BEACH GARDEN'S TRINITY 622-5278 9625 N. Military Trail P.B.G., FL 33410 Worship 8: 15, 9:30 and 1 1:00 a.m. Sunday School all ages - 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship - 5:30 p.m. Wed. BuffetClasses - 5 p.m. Dr. E. Wayne Spcakman, Sr., Pastor Dr. J. Marion Braden, Exec. Asst. Pastor Rev. Rick Thompson. Assoc. Pastor Rev. David G. Broadbent, Pastor JUPITER-TEQUFSTA i FIRST 746-8116 815 E. Indianlown Road Sunday Sclnxil for all ages 9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. w ith Children's Church Dr. Robert M. Britiain. Pastor Dr. James D. MacLauchlin. Pastoral Care JUNO BEACH if OCEANY1EW 626-2500 "Locking Toward the Son Rise " 701 Ocean Drive Sunday Worship 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday School all ages 9:30 a.m. mm The Palm Beach Post Season To Share Fund, Inc., is a nonprofit charity set up to disburse holiday donations. Donations are tax deductible. Duplicate donations for the same gift will be used by a nonprofit agency for similar cases. Please do not mail cash or merchandise. If you have merchandise to donate, please contact the agency directly. Names of donors of $25 or more will be published in The Palm Beach Post unless you wish to remain anonymous. Address and phone numbers will not be printed. If you do not want your name published, check here: Q I960 North Swinton Ave. Delray Beach, Florida 33444 Holiday Bazaar-Crafts Baked Goods Friday, Dec. 5th 6:30pm - 9:30pm (coffee and dessert served) Saturday Dec. 6th 8:30am to 2:00pm (Lunch served 1 1:00am to 1:00pm) Attic treasures, books and jewelry "1 A SMALL ADS GET READ. TOO fail (561) 820,4300 to advertise. TheJPalm Beach Post

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