The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 7, 1997 · Page 1103
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 1103

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M SI THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1997 3D THOM SMITH'S TODAY B 56th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day, the Veterans Council of Indian River County ceremony, 7:55 a.m., Memorial Island, Vero Beach. There will be posting of the colors, a moment of silence, placing of a wreath, sounding of a ship's bell, taps and a 21- gjn salute. The honored guests will be the Treasure oast members of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association. Call 770-5035. B 10th Annual Sights and Sounds on Second, 1-6 p.m., Main Street, Fort Pierce. Annual holiday event which includes carolers, church choirs, clowns, crafters, petting zoo, puppe iSlliiif fr7 ' Are Are you Cagney t v or Lacey? Actress Sharon Gless with owner Charlie Palmer at the new Aquaterra. DAVIDOFF STUDIOS High school reunion. When Heather Harlan graduated from Boca Raton High School a decade ago, she was determined to make a hit on Broadway. She did, but not the way she expected. Although they were separated in age by half a century, she and Tony Randall, best known as fastidious Felix Unger of Odd Couple fame, hit it off big . . . really big. They got married. Less than nine months ago she gave birth to Julia. Back in town while Randall performed in The Sunshine Boys in Miami, she came back to Boca High to renew old acquaintances. Drama teacher Joan Benedix and economics teacher David Robbe recalled old times and took turns holding Julia. No doubt Heather will be back. She's 11 weeks pregnant with Randall No. 2. V t teers and pony rides. This year's event will also include the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the reopening of "Tickle Tummy Hill" and the lighting of the new tree, which will be placed in the Indian River Drive round-about. For information call 466-3880. B Judaica Gift Bazaar, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 2359 U.S. 1, Stuart. Merchandise for Hanukkah and gifts for all occasions. Call 286-1531. B Plant Martin BeautifulAandscape Fair and Plant Sale, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Memorial Park, East Ocean Boulevard, Stuart. Features one-stop shopping for landscaping. Free classes will be taught by experts, and vendors will sell everything from aquatic plants to topiaries. Call 781-1222. B Jensen Beach Main Street presents Santa Claus, 6 p.m., Town Square, downtown Jensen Beach. Features tree lighting, music, refreshments and other activities. uv. t j&a Heather Harlan Randall (center), wife of Tony Randall, shows off 8-month-old daughter Julia to former teachers David Robbe and Joan Benedix at Boca Raton High. COMING MONDAY MM Jo Pfeiffer and Ron Noe take a turn as Fred and Ginger at Unity School's 'Lights! Camera! Auction!' fundraiser at the . South County Civic Center in Delray Beach. UNITY SCHOOL THE HARID CONSERVATORY , The kid in all of us. Harold Toppel enjoys a ride on the carousel at a party for Harid . Conservatory benefactors at ; the Boca Raton home of Mary ' Ann and Paul Milhous. .; B Presentation and book signing by Nancy Allen, author of Fair Seafarer: A Honeymoon Adven- - ture with the Merchant Marine, 7 p.m., Main Library Meeting Room 124, North Indian River Drive, Fort .. Pierce. The book is a saga of the sea and modern mariners who sail it, told from a woman's perspec- , tive. For information call 462-16153. hi i nrinr. MORT KAYE STUDIOS LOOKING AHEAD Maestro, he's making eyes at me. Pianist Slawomir Dobrzanski has some fun with Ann Syring during a Sunday afternoon concert at The Four Seasons hotel. T Hi I 1 i 41 B Pioneers of Ocean Science, 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Seward Johnson Conference Center at Harbor -. Branch Oceanographic Institution Inc., 5600 U.S. 1 . N., Fort Pierce. Features a special presentation by Craig Young, who heads the Department of Larval Ecology at HBOI. The public is invited to attend. , There is no charge. He has published more than 100 scientific papers and books, including several articles ., on the history of oceanography. Call 465-2400. B Free Blood Pressure Checks for Seniors, 8 a.m.-noon Wednesdays, Log Cabin Senior Center, - 2369 N.E. Dixie Highway, Langford Park, Jensen , Beach. Call 334-2926. B Alligators and Crocodiles Alive!, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Hobe Sound Nature Center, 13640 S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound. Join naturalist Tracy Bothby and learn about the life history of these Florida reptiles. Call 546-2067. r -: mm a . Mr if Original Tonight show Stjf&. . L conductor Skitch il Henderson (right) chats with John Brogan, whose son John is principal writer for current Tonight host Jay Leno. ' LUCIEN CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY LUCIEN CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY Actor Robert Urich, a cancer survivor, compares notes with Bishop Keith Symons at the dedication of the Cancer Institute at Good Samaritan, , LUCIEN CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY George and Harriet Cornell listen intently during the announcement of their $5 million gift to the Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park at a dinner in their honor in the home of Tiffany Boswell (center). H E A K I D S L T H Y Lecture Series . It's Hot, It's New, It's a Bargain and... jlpf il ; lt,SHere! Each Month, The Children's Hospital at St. Mary's Medical Center presents a Healthy Kids Lecture featuring pediatric specialists and subspecialists from The Children's Hospital. Please join us on December 1 1th for this free Healthy Kids Lecture. The Medical Aspects Of bur Child's First Year presented by Gerald Kilpatrick, M.D. Thursday, December 11th, 7:00 P.M. Jewish Community Center of the Greater Palm Beaches 3151 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, Florida Free Parking R.S.V.P. Required Call (561) 689-5747 ext. 349 About Dr. Kilpatrick: Gerald T. Kilpatrick, M.D., is in private practice with North Palm Children's Physicians. He has more than twenty years of experience in a large pediatric group practice. Dr. Kilpatrick is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and Emory University Medical School. He completed his residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. He is a frequent speaker in schools and churches on pediatric topics. He is an American Academy of Pediatrics Fellow and a member of the Florida Medical Society, Horida Pediatric Society, Palm Beach County Pediatric Society and the Southeastern Pediatric Educational Conference. plus beds, housewares and furniture for great savings too! Grand Ops: lltursdav, December 1 1 IBS '9am-5pi The Goodwill Outlet Store 800 10th Street Lake Park between Park Avenue & Northlake Boulevard open Monday - Saturday 9am-5pm Revenue from purchases and donations help Goodwill in assisting people with disabilities and economic disadvantages become self-sufficient, working members of our community. The Children's Hospital AT ST. MARY'S MEDICAL CENTER An affiliate of Intracoastal Health Systems, Inc. Intracoastal Health Systems, Inc. is Palm Beach County's largest, community -based, not-for-profit health system. v

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