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Palm Beach Daily News from Palm Beach, Florida • 2

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Page 2 Palm Beach Dally Newt, Tueiday, June 9, 1981 PB Players Set Stage For Next Year "Guys and Dolls" that's the word from the Palm Beach Players about the next production by the group. Helene Tuchbreiter, board chairman, and Jim Dyas, director, made the announcement following Sunday afternoon's annual meeting. The musical will be produced at the Royal Poinciana Playhouse for three days in November. Introduced at Sunday's meeting was Doris Downey, the new Palm Beach Players president. Also speaking to the members was Barbara Gault of the Playhouse staff, who explained the renovation work under way at the theater.

The Players will be the first group to stage a production once the work is complete. The Palm Beach Players, a community theater group, produces one production each November. Last year's selection was "The Boyfriend." kvX xx(v' 1 I -r I i s- Emil Nataluk, left, treasurer of the players, talks with Jerome Zel, right A Hj. ji ii n.i i in iiiii ill'" yJ t) 'ill I i i i I Xf- -v i Daily Ntws Photosi By KIM SARGENT tT. 4 r' in txn.

3tJ Ct 0 I Helene Tuchbreiter and director Jim Dyas Doris Downey, president Chalice Barrett-Paul attended the meeting of the Palm Beach Players 41 1. Captioned T.V. Offered V7 I I 1 only are visible to viewers with special decoders that reveal the caption on screen. These decoders are available from Sears-Roebuck Co. under the brand name, "Tele-caption." The captions appear on the bottom of the viewer's television screen much like subtitles in a foreign language film.

Showtime, a joint venture of Viacom International Inc. and Teleprompter has approximately two million subscribers in more than 1,100 cable systems throughout the United States. The service is offered 24 hours on weekends and 12 hours on weekdays. As of July 4, Showtime will be offered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Showtime will be the first pay television service to offer closed-captioned films for the hearing impaired, according to Mike Weinblatt, president of Showtime Entertainment, and Tony Lynn, vice president and general manager, Columbia Pictures Pay Television.

Showtime's program guide and on-air promotion will designate the showing of all closed-captioned films with the official captioning symbol. The first showing of the closed-captioned "Chapter Two" was scheduled for 5:30 p.m. June 3. The National Captioning Institute (NCI), a non-profit organization based in Virginia, encodes the captions which -X Daisy May Clark hi tivl L. i Broadway Crowd Celebrates 'Tony's' Birthday true, with a new spot in which to eat, drink and be merry.

The cafe restaurant and bar is called Delices La Cote Basque, since it will be run by Guy Pascal, who owns the Delices La Cote Basque Patisserie on uppper Lexington Avenue along with Albert, son of Madame Henriette, who inherited La Cote Basque Restaurant from its founder, Henri Soule. Other than the name, the new restaurant has no connection with La Cote Basque, and its menu is priced more moderately- It has the same appeal that the sidewalk cafe at the Patisserie has had for fans such as Jackie Onassis, Lee Radziwill, Brooke Shields, Diana Ross, Dustin Hoffman, Paloma Picasso, Jacqueline Brynner, Francoise and Oscar de la Renta and Grace, Lady Dudley. married Count Nicholas Wenckhel in Maryland in May. The ceremony was sandwiched between two openings of Dorothea's paintings it the Bodley Gallery. The couple will divide their time between New York and the Hamptons.

Wlien the Olympics Towers opened, the story was that the long, wide pass between 51st and 52nd Sheets, complete with a waterfall, would be turned into the last word in restaurJnts. The prediction now las come the cafeteria of the New York Central Park Zoo recently. It was all her husband's idea. The cafeteria has just been decorated and still was closed to the public. Tatiana and Alexander Liberman celebrated Francine's new book the other night at their East Side townhouse.

Their guests included leading members of New York's art and fashion world. The guest list for the zoo party was fun, too, including Norman Mailer, Joyce Carol Oates, Kurt and Jill Vonnegut and possibly Woody Allen. The better French fabric houses had to wait another week for Pauline Trigere to make her choices for her new collection. Instead of going about business as usual, Pauline hosted a birthday party for her granddaughter, Karen, at her home, La Tortue, in Louisboro, N.Y. La tortue is French for "tortoise," and there are always a if WITS END multitude of turtle "objets" chez Trigere.

Some live turtles were not only around, but were off and running in a tortoise race that Karen and her friends got to bet on with play money doled out by grandma. For those who prefered furrier friends, there also were pony'' and donkey rides. The children were served hot dogs from a real New York hot dog after their swimming race in, Pauline's giant pool. Isabel Hyde, the daughter of Mimi de la Grange and Henry Hyde, and sister of Lorna de Wangen, was married recently in the beautiful garden of the Street Club in Washington. Her husband, Jerome Jasinowski, is an economist and they met when Isabel was working in the economics department of the Carter administration.

They will live in Washington. Just to keep you up on the latest marriages, Dorothea Blum WITS END WITS END LAST CHANCE SALE EVERYTHING GOING FROM 12 OFF TO 34 OFF! By EUGENIA SHEPPARD Daily Naws Corraspondanf Sunday, May 31, the American Theater Wing's annual "Tony Award Time" dinner party at Sardi's commemorated the 35th anniversary of the Wing's Antoinette Perry Awards. The dinner was attended by 1981 Tony Award nominees and previous winners plus a galaxy of theater personalities, socialites and friends and members of the Wing itself. President Isabelle Stevenson welcomed, among others, Mrs. Thomas Amory, the Donald Chipmans, Melanie Kahane, Mr.

and Mrs. Jerry Berns, Arlene Dahl, Celeste Holm and Maureen Stapleton. Some lucky guests won prizes that included a weekend for two in the Executive Suite at Washington's Watergate Hotel, tickets to top Broadway shows and a weekend for two at London's Dorchester Hotel. Speaking of London's Dorchester, reservations have already been made there for the evening prior to and the night of the July 29 royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, by several members of the bride's family, including Lady Di's father, Lord Althorp, who became the eighth Earl Spencer in 1975 and was remarried the following year to Raine, the former countess of Darthmouth and daugher of romantic novelist Barbara Cartland. Lady Di's mother married Peter Shand Kydd and they live on a farm on the island of Seil on the west coast of Scotland.

All will be ensconced at the Dorchester in various suites on different floors. Franeine du Plessix Gray, daughter of Tatiana Liberman, had the launching of her second novel, "World Without End," at iff. 'Mllr DEALERS AND DECORATORS WELCOMED (pi no phon. call,) I 317 WORTH AVENUE ffw'flll ff wits end wits end wits end IX- xY fi 1 1 For a distinguished buyer a previously owned STUTZ BlACKHAWK You can own this automobile for a fraction of the of a new one 2301 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach Phone 683-8500 Celeste Holm Pauline Trigere.

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