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28 THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1998 S , PALM BEACH INTERACTIVE Up to 20 stories from 56 area communities at www.GoPBl.comYourTown Marlinda Mitchell, the 16-year-old Boca Raton girl who police say confessed to driving the car that killed 13-year-old Tylee McLeod, was charged as an adult Thursday, Broward County Assistant State Attorney Alex Urruela said. Mitchell is charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving a death, a felony, and driving without a valid driver license in the Feb. 27 crash in Deerfield Beach. If charged as a juvenile, she could have faced detention in the juvenile center for up to 36 Silk Noile Short Set from Stunt 40 Off A beautiful silk noile camp shirt in natural, rose, sand, fuchsia, chamois, denim blue, coral or lemon to wear with a dyed-to-match pull-on short. Sizes S-XL. Camp Shirt, Reg. $28 ; i Thirty free slash pine seedlings per person 2 are ready for the taking at the county's De-- J partment of Environmental Resources Man-Ij agement nursery. The county paid $720 for I 18,000 seedlings last month from the state's ' I Department of Forestry. About 5,000 have ;J been potted and will be planted on public ' J conservation land. Slash pine is a native Flor-' ida species and grows well in sandy soil. The seedlings can be picked up Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. To get to the nursery, take Interstate 95 to Belvedere Road in West Palm c1v $ 3 Jf t i : $1 QQ Now Matching Short, Reg. $22 $11 QQ Now JLJL.y y months. Charged as an adult, Mitchell could face up to 15 years in prison, Urruela said. WEST PALM BEACH Sheriff's deputy Mark Kolakowski sued Sheriff Robert Neumann on Thursday, saying the sheriff did not abide by the findings of a termination review board and tried to fire him. The lawsuit, filed in circuit court, says Neumann did not review the record of Kolakowski's internal review hearings before deciding to fire him, thereby denying Kolakowski his rights. Neumann fired Kolakowski in November, saying he had lied to superiors. Neumann has since reinstated Kolakowski, but he is on paid leave. Neumann filed his own lawsuit challenging the review board's power to reinstate deputies. The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the latest appeal from Death Row inmate Paul William Scott. Scott, who was convicted in 1979 in the beating death of Boca Raton florist James Alessi, said scheduling conflicts put him at a disadvantage at a 1996 hearing at which he tried to find new evidence that his codefendant delivered the fatal blow. Though Scott's lawyer, Martin McClain, missed part of the hearing, another lawyer was there, and the high court said the hearing was proper. The court also affirmed its previous decisions not to remove Circuit Judge Marvin U. Mounts Jr. from the case, as Scott has requested seven times. STORE HOURS: Daily 10 to 7, Saturday 10 to 6, Sunday 11 to 5 mm tt.kv .?t j m s i Juno -622-2924 JupiterTequesta - 747-0006 Palm Springs - 965-6591 West Lake Worth - 965-4665 Boynton Beach in Sunshine Square - 369-1773 Stuart in Cedar Point Plaza - 220-8066 Stuart Center - 287-7123 Vero Beach -562-0480 MASTERCARD VISA AMERICAN EXPRESS DISCOVER Beach and go west past Congress Avenue. Make a right on Fifth Street, and the nursery is at the end of the street. For information, - call Monica Perez-Bedmar at 233-2496. WEST PALM BEACH A survey of elderly ; Jewish resident in Palm Beach County is under ; way to determine their needs and preferenc- - es for housing and health care services. The ; Joseph L Morse Geriatric Center, which is ; mailing the survey to 8,500 homes, plans to ; use the responses to improve or expand its services. "Older adults today are different ; from previous generations and what they ; want in living environments, services and ; amenities (has changed)," said Drew Gack- - enheimer, center executive director. Seniors ; will fill out their survey answers anonymous- : ly. BOCA RATON A new editor-in-chief of Florida Atlantic University's student newspaper, the University Press, is expected to be named next week. One of four candidates is acting editor James "Jake" Richardson, 24, under whom the weekly resumed publication Monday after not having published on March 16 when student government President Mike Miller fired Editor Jennifer Goddard. God-dard and other staffers were accused of sabotaging the newspaper's computers because the student government had taken control of ' hiring and firing at the paper. Goddard has met with student affairs administrators, but she must fight her dismissal through student government, said assistant dean of students mnounees New Pricing Plazszl i E ' Allen Ward. J V Three musicals, two of them Tony Award winners, are on the Mastercard Broadway Series of Palm Beach in the 1998-99 season. Scheduled for the Kravis Center are Tony winners Chicago Jan. 5-10 and Bring in 'Da NoiseBring in 'Da Funk March 24-28, 1999. The other at the Kravis is VictorVictoria Nov. 24-29. At the Royal Poinciana Playhouse, the series will feature Two Pianos, Four Hands Jan. 12-24, and The Gin Game March 2-14. Subscriptions for all six shows range from $133.50 to $333, depending on dates and seat locations. New subscriptions are available by calling (800) 520-2324. 2 GHVOOCG A?yy"D aaWa PSriflSh dPlk aWWSfe flRtfB HfeSHh M m a- r w - m BB You Pay Only And You Receive v - ' s 30 routes KJ W Der month! per month! DELRAY BEACH The Community Redevelopment Agency took the following action Thursday: Spady House: Selected Thaddeus Cohen as the architect to renovate the Solomon D. Spady House. The building at 170 N.W. Fifth Ave. between First and Second streets will be home to a new museum focused on the city's African American History. Staff must now negotiate a contract with Cohen, who would lead the $440,000 project. Chairman John Weaver abstained from the selection, citing a conflict. Swap shop: Recommended approval of a new design for Delray's Lost Drive-in swap shop on North Federal Highway. The design includes apartments and buildings moved closer to the street with parking in the rear. The planning and zoning board will consider the issue next month. Historic building: Recommended approval of the Rectory Park project at the corner of Swinton and Atlantic avenues. The project includes a historic building, formerly known as the Rectory Building, as well as a new three-story building with upper-level apartments and lower-level retail shops and offices. The item will go to the planning and zoning board next month. Pineapple Grove: Approved a neighborhood plan for Northeast Second Avenue and the surrounding streets, just off Atlantic Avenue. The plan includes more than 100 outdoor sculptures. Planners for the neighborhood hope to attract area cultural institutions, such as the Miami City Ballet to open schools for children. DELRAY BEACH City commissioners voted Ken Dlingsworth vice mayor during the annual organizational meeting Thursday. Commissioner David Schmidt was named deputy vice mayor. The posts hold no more duties than regular commissioners unless the men are called upon to serve as mayor. You Pay Only And You Receive f-llfftf vr i.n ii rfKj """N""" 'W per month! fMZM"0 You Pgy 0nly """'. jfc i f, l V-per month! 1 Vou Pay 0n,y ' 1 , ; And You Receive nph- . Also Available' bllitii.iniltCS Ai Low As 9C Per Minute - u uiuwiiiuu laym v iccncfiua Authorized Agent of Home Rate Roaming! Phone Prices starting at 1 C (wmonthly service plan) BELL SOUTH Mobility The father of a Florida Atlantic University student found dead behind a Fort Lauderdale restaurant in September 1997 has offered a $5,000 reward for information. Amie Hanes was reported missing on Sept 21, when her roommate discovered she had not returned to their Pompano Beach apartment. Her body was found a day later behind the Steak and Ale at 6300 N. Andrews Ave. and some of her belongings were found along the 4600 block of Northeast Fifth Avenue in Boca Raton. Anyone with information is asked to call Fort Lauderdale police at (954) 761-5541. Deputies took a 16-year-old Spanish River High School student to the South County Mental Health Center Thursday after he called the school from his home and threatened to kill himself, officials said. Deputies sent to the Boca Palms Apartments at Southwest Third Street and 66th Avenue spotted the boy armed and taking the screen off a window, sheriff s spokesman Paul Miller said. Negotiators persuaded the boy to come out peacefully. The teenager had taken four shotguns, two .22-caliber rifles, a BB eun. a machete LBCH BOYNTON BEACH BOCA RATON POMPANO BCH7FT. LAUD WESTON FT. LAUDERDALE PEMBROKE PINES ucu.nuDt:t;l.u OUTNIUNbtAUIBLVU Wtbl UlAUfcS HOD 1481 S FEDERAL HWY WCCTflkl vun 19 F mUMFBTIAIHI VD VUTH I MUCPCITV nPIUF 561-687-8888 561.737-6400 561-477-5885 954-788-1000 9544854884 954-493-8646 954435-2021 FT. LAUDERDALE DADELAND SUNRISE DEERFIELD BEACH MIAMI 2406 N0WH FEDERAL HIGHWAY SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY NORTH UNIVERSITY DRIVE HILLSB0R0 BLVD BIRD ROAD 954-5684666 305470-0440 954-746-7199 954-7254200 30K69-8442 KENDALL MUS DRIVE 305-275-2502 WlMliW Hf mom ok gumma Pm CuMoman Of ffw ta M VkSM pMn m mmm M M iKnm MM 9 'I M am nw m durmg any ww m atuefi a cat BM Sou UoM aceauni courM CM WMfKMM ; '. and three handguns from his father's gun IWiVgf flSF0f?tf WEST PALM BEACH County commissioners, sitting as the zoning commission, unanimously approved a zoning change Thursday for a .75-acre expansion of BE Aerospace, a Boynton Beach airline food-service equipment manufacturing plant that is located in a residential area. The board also postponed until April 23 a decision on whether to eliminate a road that would link the Melrose development west of Boynton Beach with a new development being built next to it r " " WORKSHOP cabinet, Miller said. The boy s parents are getting a divorce and he had recently been punished for skipping school. Miller said. BOCA RATON Two Delray Beach teens confessed to seven auto burglaries Wednesday after an officer on bicycle patrol spotted the pair in a car police say had been seen at auto burglaries. Officer Debbie Landoskey arrested Irvin Shorter, 18, and Acey Patterson, 17, in a parking lot at 1377 W. Clint Moore Road after finding stolen credit cards, a briefcase, a pager and stereo equipment in the late-model Cadillac, reports said. Shorter is being held in lieu of $15,000 bail at the Palm Beach County Jail. Patterson was released to his parents, police said. TEACHERS! The Educational Services Department of The Palm Beach Post is having a Native American History workshop at Riverbend Park on Saturday, April 25. 1998. About 45 members of the Estelusti Seminole Tribe, dressed in native costume, will be joining us where the Battle of Loxahatchee took place. These tribe members are the descendents of the original Seminole Tribe which was led on the "Trail of Tears" from Florida to Oklahoma. Participating teachers will need to dress comfortably because there will be lots of walking, very hands-on! Payment and registration deadline is Friday. April 17. 1998. Component 517-395-00. 1 5 in-service points. $30 fee. For more information, call 800-432-7595 ext. 4648 or 561-820-4648. A Delray Beach man died Wednesday after he lost control of his motorcycle at Federal Highway and Griffin Road in south Broward County, Florida Highway Patrol officials said. Randal Ely, 37, of 14539 Woodpine Drive lost control of his 1997 BMW lOOOcc motorcycle on a curve and hit the curb at the south edge of Griffin Road, reports said. The motorcycle hit the "Welcome to Dania" sign and two palm trees before it caught fire and burned. Ely was thrown 179 feet police said. Pakn Beach County Circuit Judge Harold Cohen has approved a pay plan for lawyers in the state's tobacco lawsuit that would give the attorneys $100 million in fees half from the state, half from cigarette makers up front and send them to arbitration by Nov. 1, the judge told the lawyers in a letter Thursday. Cohen's decision to adopt language from the tobacco industry's settlement I Name: I Home Address: J CityStateZip: . Phone: with Texas will be frozen at least until next week by an appeal filed by attorney Bob Montgomery. Montgomery is among a group of the state's trial lawyers who are seeking to be paid under a contract with the state giving bchool Name: I Please mail with your payment to: The Palm Beach Post. them 25 percent of the settlement 1 1 Educational Services Dept.. PO Box 24700. West Palm Beach. FL 33416 j St k

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