The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 27, 1998 · Page 169
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 169

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, March 27, 1998
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A MSL THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1998 5B Tl Officials want to know what wife knew ARE BACK! Caiil-SOO-TRI-RAIL 'He said they were both working at a hospital. ' JOHN KELLY Neighbor McNAMEE From IB "He said they were both working at a hospital. Not the hospital. A hospital," Kelly said. "That's quite a trip." The couple owns three units in Indian River Plantation and have lived in each. They now rent out two, which were bought for $128,000 and $160,000. One former neighbor said he thought McNamee made trips to New York to teach. He said he him." Officials have said they were investigating whether Zambelli knew what her husband is accused of doing. Mark L. Furman, a Garden City, N.Y., attorney for the couple, said Thursday that "any suggestion she had any knowledge is not correct." And her husband? "I'm not going to discuss Dr. McNamee." Staff writer Jill Taylor and staff researcher Sammy Alzofon contributed to this story. met him once at Palm Beach International Airport. Another former neighbor said McNamee told him he was an emergency-room doctor in the area, possibly Fort Pierce. Others had heard McNamee worked in the emergency room of Martin Memorial. Officials at those hospitals had no record of him working there. Neighbors described the couple as quiet. "I'll speak to him, and he just never stops," said Joan Kelly, John's wife. "We never really see PUBLIC AUCTION URGENT DISPOSAL BLHLCUBOM70701672 GROSS Wt: 12.329 LBS. - FOREIGN PORT OF LADING: MUMBAI 72297 CARRIER: NOL-RISSO - RELEASED 81 697 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. GOV'T 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 Residents complained about liens Ex-president Bush visits with students Transferred for Convenience to: OMNI WEST PALM BEACH HOTEL 1 601 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, Across from Airport will be able to fine the hauler if too many complaints are lodged. Commissioners said they received a lot of service complaints when Kimmins Recycling Corp. had the contract. They later sold the operation to Jennings Environmental Services. prices on collecting garbage one time per week in rural areas west of Florida's Turnpike. The county came close to having no garbage service there after the franchise for unincorporated areas east of the turnpike was awarded five years ago. The county administrator I AUCTION 2:00 P.M. BALES OPENED FOR INSPECTION 1:00 P.M. 7 Terms: Visa, MC, AMEX, Cash, Check with I.D., 10 Buyer's Premium Pscklnq and forwardina facilities available tor those wlshlna to re-exoort their ruae. i HAULERS From IB unpaid garbage service bills. "The biggest complaints we got were about the liens," Commissioner Ken Sattler said. The legality of that procedure is being fought in circuit court where several property owners AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This most unusual st of circumstances creates a unique opportunity for Collectors, Investors, Dealers end the General Public to acquire extremely rare and unusual, new and antique, silk and wool Oriental csrmts and rugs. AUCTIONEER: FL Lie. HAU234, AB144. INTERNATIONAL AUCTIONEERS OF RARE ORIENTAL CARPETS. are in a class-action suit against the county. Despite that, bidders will be asked to give a price for continuing that system. Other alterna tives include putting garbage bills on property tax bills in 1999 or allowing haulers to file hens only after getting a Small Claims Court judgment. The money would be WE SHIP ANYWHERE!!! P inn nr. mm rir . mm i Mffln.m.ynMiianiip j , m i , "'Xrv " :t , . . ; - ,'. A. . w collected only when the owner NO MINIMUM, NO RESERVE sells the property. Haulers also will be asked to give prices on a three-year vs. five-year contract. Proposed changes include: Residents wont have to pay for a full-year's service if "Chapter 11 Bankruptcy" After Over a Quarter of a Century WERCO Persian & ORIENTAL RUGS has filed Chapter 1 1 . 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 the 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 World 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 NO EXTENSION 5 "No minimum No reserve on majority of rugs AW JIL. Ul PERSIAN & they're not here part of the year. The current requirement By Tim O'Meilia Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH What do 11- and 12-year-olds know about George Bush, who was elected president when they were still in high chairs? "No new taxes," said Donald Wright, 11, of Calusa Elementary School. "Saddam Hussein?" asked an uncertain Robyn Daniel, 15, of William T. Dwyer High School. The former president fleshed out those fragments of recent history Thursday when he toured the Boys & Girls Club of West Palm . Beach and answered questions from 100 kids gathered from the nine clubs around Palm Beach County "You owe me a vote of thanks. Otherwise you'd have to be in school," Bush said, earning applause.. Bush later attended a $200-a-plate luncheon in Palm Beach Gardens to help raise $100,000 to $125,000 for the county's Boys & Girls Clubs. The kids asked about how tough it is to lose an election, whether he lived in a mansion and how hard it is to lose one's privacy. "I was president for four years. Then I lost and it hurt. But I got on with my life," Bush said. "If something goes bad in life, don't give up. That's one of the missions of the Boys & Girls Clubs too." Bush impressed his young audience. "I thought he would be grumpy and boring but I was proved wrong," said Trishana Seabrook, 12, of Roosevelt Middle School. that yard trash be stacked neatly, be no more than 6 feet long and weigh no more than 50 pounds j will remain in the new proposal. 212 U.S. Hwu 1 at Nnrthlake BlvH..i Haulers will be asked for (14 Block South of Northlake, Next to Papa John's PiaahJ Open Mon.-Sat. 10-7 Sun. 12-5 WWW S Since ORIENTAL. 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