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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 21

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, March 27, 1998
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W s C THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1998 SB TTT!S Ml State infuses cash into area youth groups ARE BACH! Caii1-800-TM-RAIL average crime rate. In addition to an array of counseling services, the program pays for the students to spend a week at the Sheriffs Youth Camp. Youth Court serves up to 800 first-time juvenile onenders, who are arrested for non violent crimes. Teens hear the cases and issue verdicts. The grants from the Department of Juvenile Justice totaled more than $254,000. By David Abel Palm Beach Post Staff Writer ) Florida's Department of Juvenile Justice Thursday boosted the efforts of three Palm Beach County programs that offer a variety of youth services from after school sports programs to alternative judicial forums. t The Juvenile Justice Department awarded $100,000 to the Parent-Child Center Inc's Project Respect, $88,165 to the Palm Beach County School District's Youth Court and $66,424 to The Urban League of Palm Beach County's Minority Over-Representation program. "These programs will aid in the fight to reduce truancy, suspensions and expulsions, enhance school safety, reduce juvenile crime and establish direct services for at-risk or delinquent youths," said Calvin Ross, secretary of the Juvenile Justice Department. Ross said the grants are necessary to prevent an increase in juvenile crime, as the number of county youths between ages 10 and 17 is expected to increase 22 percent by 2010. Project Respect targets 90 high-risk students at five middle schools with an above Minority Over-Representation serves 300 ot the county s underage minonties by walking them through the juvenile justice system and supervising their participation in after PUBLIC AUCTION URGENT DISPOSAL BLHLCUBOM70701672 GROSS WT.: 12.329 LBS. -FOREIGN PORT OF LADING: MUMBAI 72297 CARRIER: NOL-RISSO - RELEASED 81697 NEW YORK CARGO CONSISTING OF 34 BALES PLUS ADDITIONS HANDMADE ORIENTAL CARPETS and RUGS ORDERED LIQUIDATED BY CONSIGNEES TO MEET IMPENDING BILLS OF EXCHANGE. U.S. GOV'T CUSTOMS CLEARED, CERTIFIED HANDMADE IN HIGH VALUE KNOTTED SILKS AND WOOLS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH U.S. GOVT REGULATIONS EACH CARPET WILL BE LABELED WITH COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND FIBER CONTENT. ALL IMPORT DUTIES, TAXES AND FREIGHT PAID. GOODS RELEASED ONLY FOR IMMEDIATE DISPOSAL, PAYMENT AND REMOVAL ONE DAY ONLY Sunday, March 29th school programs. The grants help us help those children that fall through the cracks," said Thyra Echols-Starr, president of The Urban League. Palm Tran candidates narrowed to eight Few knew suspected fake doctor Transferred for Convenience to: OMNI WEST PALM BEACH HOTEL 1601 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, Across from Airport AUCTION 2:00 P.M. BALES OPENED FOR INSPECTION 1 :00 P.M. Terms: Visa, MC, AMEX, Cash, Check with I.D., 10 Buyer's Premium Raymond Miller, of Columbus, Ohio, is assistant general manager of the Central Ohio Transit Authority. Mark Pritchard, of Tulsa, Okla., is general manager of the Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority. He was director of Gainesville's regional transit system from 1984 to 1985. Elliott Shepherd, of Philadel phia, is director of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. Robert Finke, of Webster, N.Y, is vice president of operations for the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority. Danny Ours, of Richmond, Calif., is manager of bus transportation for San Mateo County. By Cara Anna Packing and forwarding facllrtlaa available for thou wIsMng to ra-axporl thatr ruga. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This mol unusual sat of cfrcumatancas crsatss a unlqus opportunity for . Palm Beach Post Staff Writer - inoiu. , wKi ui uanvrai runic iu acquire exiramaiy rars ana unusual, K and wool oriental carnata and ruoa. AUCTinNFFRf FL Lie :.MU234,AB144. IN l EHNAHUNAL AUCTIONEERS OF RARE ORIENTAL CARPETS. Even a few doors down from their Indian River Plantation apartment, the names "Timothy Mc-Namee" and "Patricia Zam-belli" don't rinz a bell with By Rebecca Goldsmith Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Eight men are vying to become Palm Tran's new director, beating out 43 other candidates to the first cut. Only one of the finalists lives in Florida. County officials expect to interview the candidates in the coming weeks, and to hire one next month to replace Irving Cure, who headed the county's bus system for 19 years. Cure plans to start work May 18 as director of transportation in a Pennsylvania county. Perry Maull, of Gainesville, is director of the city's regional transit system. He formerly worked for the Center for Urban Transportation Research, the consulting group that recently recommended the cuts to Palm neighbors. WE SHIP ANYWHERE!!! -i NO MINIMUM, NO RESERVE : llien it clicks "Oh, the doctors." But that's not ' quite right. McNamee told his ' Hutchinson Island neighbors he worked at a hospital, and indeed he did . until he was arrested Wednesday in New York and charged with practicing medicine without a license. If convicted, he could spend up to four years in prison. New York authorities say that for 18 months, McNamee commuted from his Florida home to Brooklyn Hospital, where he worked part time as an emergency- - . -' A it 1 fc . I I :( il l it" I r "JH I t I Tran that commissioners approved. Barry Bland, of Indianapolis, is president and general manager of the Indianapolis Public Transit Corporation. He previously worked for private bus companies. Joseph Petrocelli, of Thorn-wood, N.Y, is transportation commissioner for Westchester County, where he has worked for "Chapter 11 Bankruptcy" After Over a Quarter of a Century WERCO Persian & ORIENTAL RUGS has filed Chapter 11. Over 1.8 Million Dollars of handmade PERSIAN & ORIENTAL Rugs to be Liquidated to Satisfy Vendors. Over 2000 Fine Rugs PERSIAN, OUBOSSON, including Owners' Private Collection. The Majority to be Sold to tTie Highest Bidder, Piece by Piece, Regardless of Original Value. TO FURTHER OUR BANKRUPTCY! Tum-of-the-Century Antiques, New & Semi-Antiques Collected Since 1910 from All Over The Work) in every color and pattern from scatter to oversize absolutely every rug comes with a certificate of authenticity. DON'T MISS THIS HUGE ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY I NO EXTENSION ? 'No minimum. No reserve on majority of rugs room doctor. McNamee's mother, Nancy, lives in Jupiter. She more than 20 years. 212 U.S. Hwy 1 at Northlake Blvd.,: said her son called Thurs PERSIAN & since ORIENTAL RUGS 1970 of Atlanta, GA (404)237-2584 Open Mon.-Sat. 1 0-7 Sun. 12-5 (14 Block South of Northlake, Next to Papa John's Pizza)- (561)840-8586 day. "He thought he had until 1998 (to renew the permit), not 1996," she said. It breaks my heart." Neighbors at the Indian NO. 430932 NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS 0m River Plantation had differ ent impressions of the 34- Is it better to give year-old, who lives with his wife, Zambelli, in a $175,000 condo. The Lake Park Baptist School, 625 Park Avenue. Lake Park, Fl. 33403 admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic oriain in all the "He said they were both working at a hospital. Not rianrs, privileges, programs, ana activities generally accorded or the hospital. A hospital," said John Kelly, who lives in the condo above the couple. made available to students at the schoo . It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national That's quite a trip." Staff writer Jill Taylor and and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan ! i j: i Oil . h. .. staff researcher Sammy Alzo- or receive qyr Two phones. Two incredible deals. First, consider the Motorola StarTAC for just $49, our lowest price ever. It's super-slim and super-lightweight. Yet, it's loaded with high-tech features. Like a 99-number memory. And a Smart Button that simplifies everything from accessing menus to ending your call. 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