Tipper to help Goldstein blow out his 80 candles


April 30, 1993|By SYLVIA BADGER

Tipper Gore, wife of VP Al, doesn't drop by just anyone's birthday party. But she's expected to make an appearance Wednesday to celebrate State Comptroller Louis Goldstein's 80th at Martin's West.

President Clinton will be there, too, though by video.

Although Goldstein celebrated his birthday March 14, his friends have organized a Salute to Service and Birthday Celebration from 6 to 9 p.m. Gerald Donovan, mayor of Chesapeake Beach, and J. Dennis Murray are co-chairs.

If you'd like a ticket, for $150 each, call (301) 855-1055 or (410) 535-0500.


It's not everyday that you bump into a Hollywood star in Baltimore County. Elizabeth Carberry, an evening receptionist at the Residences at the Colonnade, was definitely surprised to run into Kathleen Turner in her Towson neighborhood last week.

Turner was filming a few scenes for the new John Waters movie, "Serial Mom."


Students packed Tagart Chapel at McDonogh School on Monday to hear Judy Woodruff, chief Washington correspondent for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour.

Woodruff's an old friend of McDonogh Headmaster Bo Dixon, who asked her to talk to the inductees into the National Cum Laude Society.

For 34 years, on the last Saturday in April, members of the Waters and Woods Club have boarded Capt. Buddy Harrison's fleet of boats for a day of fishing.

Last weekend was show time, and several dozen people joined the club's founder, Bill Burton, on Friday night for cocktails and a delicious dinner at Harrison's Chesapeake House on Tilghman Island.

Anglers on board this year were Dr. Joe Palmasino; Dr. Larry Stafford; Dr. Daniele Rigamonti, who caught the first fish of his life; Dr. Harry MacCalley; Bill Kane, retired beverage distributor executive; Joe Bernard and Mike Rossbach, Wye River seafood spice executives; Don MacLauchlan, retired head of the Department of Fish and Wildlife; Navy Cmdr. Rand LaBouvier; Brian Wilson, morning drive talk show host for WRC-AM radio in Washington; Bill Boston, McDonald's restaurant owner; Bill Greene, jewelry store owner, first mate John Vicchio; and the two women in Burton's life -- wife Lois and daughter Heather.

It was an early night for most, because the fishing boats left bright and early Saturday for a great day on the bay.


How would you like to talk baseball with Jim Palmer, football with Art Donovan, theater with Hope Quackenbush, art with Bennard Perlman and Tom Everhart, music with Ed Polochick, sports with Chuck Thompson, television with Beverly Burke and Tony Pagnotti, or newspapers with Michael Olesker and yours truly?

You can at Celebrity Small Talk, sponsored by the United Support Against Multiple Sclerosis, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. tomorrow. It's a lot of fun and gives you an opportunity to meet and share stories with media, sports and arts people. The cocktail reception will be held at the USF&G Life Building in Mount Washington, 6225 Smith Ave. Call (410) 561-4411 to reserve tickets, which are $50.

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