Palm Beach Daily News from Palm Beach, Florida on March 25, 1988 · 2
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B Page 2 Palm Beach Daily News, Wyatts And Erteguns Will Visit Trumps On Weekend The Store for Children Classic Spring Clothes for Boys & Girls Infant to Baby Botte Sandals Paramount Center J 39 N. County Rd. Palm Beach, Fla. 655-7995 New Issue March 25, 1988 775,000 Shares Island National Bank of Palm Beach (IN ORGANIZATION) 440 Royal Palm Way Palm Beach, Florida 33480 Common Stock, Par Value $5.00 : . Price 20.00 Per Share Organizers and Directors: Gustave T. Broberg, Jr. E. Anthony Newton Donald Carmichael Alan L. Shulman Paul L. Maddock, Jr. E. Rodman Titcomb, Jr. Submitted for regulatory approval "This announcement is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy ; any of these securities. The offering is made only by the Offering Circular. For further information and a copy of the Offering Circular, contact: , ' E. Anthony Newton . . President Island National Bank of Palm Beach (IN ORGANIZATION) 326-M Royal Poinciana Plaza Palm Beach, Florida 33480 (305) 832-7298 MIDT0WN PALM BEACH LAKEFR0NT RESIDENCE PARC REGENT - ON THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY You must 184 Bradley Friday, March 25, 1988 Uptown, Downtown Billy Norwich size 14 Little Ones Furniture Town Square 11924 Forest Hill Blvd. Wesllington, Fla. 793-6990 11 I. frffinrii me ".fawn. Only 18 select apartments share this European elegant setting Easy to walk everywhere. Reminiscent of a classical European estate the Pare Regent offers 24 hour concierge doorman - spacious apartments -boat docks cabanas heated swimming pool and jacuzzi tennis court walking garden with fountain and statues. Just a few residences remain from $690,000. Penthouses over 7,000 sq. ft. for $2 million - Only one penthouse Facing south is still available. Pets are welcome! see! jxuvfieoenta Place, Palm Beach, Florida 33480 It will be a weekend of almost togetherness for Houston businessman Oscar Wyatt and his jet-setting wife, the fanatically fashionable Lynn Wyatt. Along with Ahmet and Mica Ertegun, they'll be Trumpized in Palm Beach. The Wyatts and the Erteguns are Donald and Ivana Trump's house-guests at Mar-A-Lago for the weekend. The Trumps will give a dinner in their honor on Saturday night. Guests will include Estee Lauder, Ann Downey and Guilford and Jane Dudley. C.Z. Guest is giving a dinner that same night for the former king and queen of Romania. Perhaps they'll roll over to the Trump's after dinner. Michelle Phillips and singer-songwriter Geoffrey Tozer are engaged. Michelle popped the question Feb. 29 Sadie Hawkins Day and she pinned Geoffrey with a diamond tie tack. Yes-siree, that's how it happened. The duo are living together already, and they're trying to pick the perfect date for the marriage. Such blissful news from the New Hollywood Society, which is convinced the wedding will be quite a bash. Love blooms. Dinah Shore and author Sidney Sheldon are having a marvelous time of it . . . Kirk Douglas' youngest sprig, actor Eric Douglas, and Sachi Parker, daughter of Shirley MacLaine, are heavy dating . . . romance also runs deep between Cathryn Harrison, granddaughter of Rex Harrison, and Jason Connery, son of Sean Connery. Society live-wire Whitney Tower Jr. really has settled down. He and heiress Pamela Franzheim continued their chic hibernation in woodsy Bedford. The couple's little heir, baby Whitney Tower "Serving the finest Northern Italian Dishes in the Palm Beaches" Open Seven Days 5:30-11:00 p.m. 251 Sunrise Avenue, P.B. Far Reservations (305) 6SS-39S0 11 j A.' (305) 833-6007 r Ivana and III, had his first birthday the other day. Grandma Frances Train hosted the country do at her fine nest nearby, and even grandpa Whitney Tower came, as well as assorted members of the patrician clan. Speaking of glamorous tots, writer Michael Daly and Dinah Prince have a brand-new baby girl named Sinead. Bright Lights, Big City will be screened in downtown New York next Tuesday night by Mirage Productions and United Artists Pictures. The show, and a supper afterward at Canal Bar, honors director James Bridges and author Jay Mclnerney. Tony Tho-mopolous and his wife, Cristina Ferrare, are co-hosting the bash. Among the expected guests are Jay Mclnerney's main date, tip. SENIORS EVERYONE 55 OR OLDER ADMITTED FREE TO MATINEES. LADIES NIGHT EVERY TUESDAY ALL LADIES RECEIVE FREE RESERVED SEATS GROUP RATES AVAILABLE FOR RESERVED PARTIES OF TWENTY OR MORE PALM mm :&mi'.vm Sorry, no one under 18 admitted. Admission from $.50. THE NORTON GALLERY AUXILIARY presents The Fine Art of Cooking Call Lorelta-Anne D'Arcy 626-2514 Bea Reiser 842-2505 COOKING Enrollment is limited to 1 50 students in each session. Your check will confirm your reservation. Check the sessions you will attend. March 29 An outstanding dinner March 30 A spectacular lunch March 31 An elegant dinner ENROLLMENT FEES NORTON NON MEMBER MEMBER 1 session 40 45 2 sessions 75 60 3 sessions 100 I05 Name (please Address City '" ii I ' ': ' Dinah Shore r--cl ! . V I fc- I Ifvi I V. i Donald Trump Maria Hanson, Patricia Kennedy Lawford, Sonney and Gita Mehta, Morgan Entrekin, Gary Fisket-john, George Plimpton, Joel and Ethan Coen, Jann and Jane Wen-ner, Tama Janowitz, Claudia and Ronald Perelman, Morton and Linda Janklow, Jennifer Beals, Carrie Fisher, Lauren Hutton and biz wiz James M. Clark. Actress Tracy Pollan, the fin-ancee of Bright Lights star Michael J. Fox, also will attend the screening. The film's star, however, is otherwise engaged. Mr. Fox and young actor Sean Penn are now filming Casualties of War in bug-infested plains east of Bangkok. David Rabe has written the script, based on Daniel Long's book of the same title. It's being directed by Brain De Palma and produced by Art Linson, the duo who gave us The Untouchables. If V World famous I H 0 Palm Beach Jai Alai with 13 action packed matches Nightly Tues. - Sat; Post time 7:15 pm Matinees Wed., Fri. and Sat Post time 12 Noon. Eight bars and a Gourmet restaurant! Two Guinness Book World Records: ' Lrgsst payoff wer-S968.325.00 Fattest ball ever thrown-188 miles per hour. BEflGIl JAI ALAI 45th Street, v. mile east of I-95, West Palm Beach. For reeervatlona call: B44-2444. Toll tree (South to Pompano) 427-0009 March 29-31, 1988 During each session a different menu will be demonstrated. You will be treated to entertaining ideas featuring new approaches to creative cooking, beautiful presentation and menu concepts. The enrollment fee covers cooking demonstrations, food samples and a packet containing demonstrated recipes. Tuesday, March 29 . 9:30 am 1 2:30 pm An outstanding dinner "Northern Meditenanean Cuisine" by Chef Oswaldo of Cafe Granada. Jackie and Hal Stankard and Scott Pickett owners. Wednesday, March 30 . 9:30 am 12:30 pm A spectacular lunch "Food of the Provence" by Carol Katzenberg, chef-owner Cafe Cocoanut. Thursday, March 31 . 9:30 am 12:30 pm An elegant dinner "California Cuisine" by Frank Eucalitto. chef of Cafe Chardonnay. Frank and Gigi Eucalitto, owners. To enroll in The Fine Art of Cooking, complete (he registration form indicating those sessions you wilt attend and return with your check. AT THE NORTON print) , Telephone Zip- Make checks payable to the Norton Gallery Auxiliary and mail to Norton Gallery Auxiliary, Attention: Loretta Anne D'Arcy 1451 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Proceeds from The Fine Art of Cooking will benefit the Norton Gallery of Art Expansion Fund. Sidney Sheldon , ' 1 v $ . ! C.Z. Guest Houses BOALT PROPERTIES, INC. Open 12-2 p.m. 345 Seaspray Ave. MARTHA A. GOTTFRIED, INC. Open 3-5 p.m. 315 Chapel Hill LINDA B. SCHUMACHER, INC. Open 12-2 p.m. 345 Seaspray Ave. LEGAL NOTICE NO. 816481 PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING ON DESIGNATION OF LANDMARKS AND LANDMARK SITES TO ALL CITIZENS, RESIDENTS AND PROPERTY OWNERS OF THE TOWN OF PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Landmark Preservation Commission will hold Public Hearing on the 27th day of April, 1988, at the hour of 9:00 o'clock a.m. In the Council Chambers In the Town Hall, Palm Beach, Florida to consider the following properties for landmark designation, to wit: LANDMARK PRESERVATION COMMISSION PROPERTY LISTINGS Item 1: 151 Grace Trail Bienestar 151 Grace Trail Palm Beach, Florida 33480 LEGAL: Grace Trail Addition, Lots 4 4 5 All persons Interested In or affected by the proposed landmark designations may appear before the Landmark Preservation Commission at said time and place and be heard. Any objections, protests, or comments may be filed prior to or at said Hearing and such shall be made a part of the record of such proceedings. Said Hearings may be adjourned from day to day until all matters to be considered by the Landmark Preservation Commission are concluded. By direction of the Landmark Preservation Commission. Timothy M. Frank, AICP PlannerProjects Coordinator PUBLISHED: March 25, 1988 Posted: March 25, 1988 ' M i : Michael J. Fox Open

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