The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 4, 1997 · Page 174
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I 68 THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1997 MSL I i OKI 111 MALI: OIKC 11 ll - 4f Orchid Acres, Inc. ANNUAL ORCHID SALE December 4-7, 1997 9:00-4:30pm Marilyn Home ( , yy it mezzo-soprano with the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra Jose Molina conductor MONDAY DEC. 15 8 PM You're invited to our 3rd annual December Sale at the nursery. Enjoy a great variety of quality vandas, dendrobiums, mokaras & I lots more. Orchid Acres, Inc. 4159 120 Ave.S Lake Worth, FL 33467 (561)795-9190 5ft- ' .V. . 0 , Lin- fa 1 vt ea . . . V . AC" Hef V "TV. If A program of Songs and Opera Arias including "Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix" from Samson et Dalila - - XX The Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County Hereby invites you to a SHERMAN ZENTStaff Photographer Manuel de la Rosa shapes hollow terra cotta tile as he builds the KRAVIS CENTER JL MEETING Presents with IS j8-ton bread oven at the Old School Bread Co. in Delray Beach. i IPelray shop has plans !to raise a lot of dough Limited Remaining Tickets from $20 (561)832-SHOW 22?! rior 1 snm kravis 1 KRAVIS CENTER B0X 0FFICE 1 -(8UU)-IV.KAVi:-1 701 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach Senator Bob Graham Senior U.S. Senator from the State of Florida Everything You Ever Wanted To Know From A United States Senator, But Never Had The Opportunity To Ask. Now's Your Chance. December 8, 1997 a small company outside Barce lona, John said. The ovens 12:45 p.m. -2:00 p.m. YOU CAN'T MAIL A HUG BUT equal in weight to nine hippopot amuses are quite popular in Europe, but there are only 12 at the Harold & Sylvia Kaplan Jewish Community Center Gruber Hall 3151 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach r others in this country, he said. The oven's secret is in the bricks lining the hearth. Manuel tnaiM) rUI IIIUIV IIIIUIIIICUMI, Lctll HO-UUU, tXl. IU ; The Old School Bread l Co. is building a 28-ton ijoread oven that will have a 4-ton hearth. By Chuck McGinness Palm Beach Post Staff Writer DELRAY BEACH - Rising from a storefront under construction on East Atlantic Avenue a 9-foot-tall, 28-ton baking machine drew stares from passers-by Wednesday afternoon. Once completed, the monster oven, made with terra cotta bricks and other materials imported from Spain, will turn out a variety of specialty breads the head chef promises will titillate the taste buds of shoppers on the trendy avenue. The Old School Bread Co., slated to open next month, is the lifelong dream of Boca Raton doctor Larry Charme. Samuel John, ' who has worked seven years at five-star hotels, is the head baker. Charme spent about $70,000 to buy the gas-powered oven from raj de la Rosa, who is building the oven by hand, won't say what the bricks are made of, but John said its contents let the breads "take on a different personality." About 220 loaves can be baked at one time on the 4-ton hearth, which will be suspended from a pedestal and hand-turned. The entire assembly will weigh 32 tons. "It's specially designed for the types of old-fashioned breads we're going to be baking," John said. "It's crtide, but it's the truest form of heat." The oven is what the Old School Bread Co. is all about. It will sit in front of a large picture window facing the avenue. "This is our showpiece," John said. YOU CAN SEND A SQUEEZE! Navel Oranges Mixed with Grapefruit... Sun & Surf. Before you head out, get the beach and boat conditions, fishing reports, tides and sunburn index. Or, if you have no idea where to head out to, we've got Florida's best recreational options all organized and ready for you to pore over. : 12 Mel ...126.95 J 54 bu&fjel . .534.95 ( LZril Ibuspd . . . .540, Obituaries Your window into the Palm Beaches. www.GoPBI.com 1 GROVE STORE 793-2813 Mon -5af 9om-S:30pm KW&3flpm S675 Ws fyad 7aA (44l Wsjl Palm IWy , Endicott Peabody, ex-Mass, governor r.tf ' WEST PALM BEACH STORE 832-2940 football team and was named an viusftB fas mms& Oarn 5j)KWpm 2200 tli.i. ny W.jl PJmBwcK FL 33401 , All-America in 1941. Mr. Peabody joined the Navy . in World War II and was assigned as torpedo and fire-control officer aboard a submarine, the Tirante, in the Pacific. After the war, Mr. Peabody entered Harvard Law School, and on graduation in 1948 joined a law firm. Before President Harry Tru man ordered the integration of NO. 413789 STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY , AFFAIRS ! NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE , CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT IN COMPLIANCE DOCKET NO. 97-2-NOI-5038-(A)-(l) the armed services, Mr. Peabody led a successful campaign to de segregate the Massachusetts National Guard. He was elected to a local office in Cambridge, Mass., in 1955 but was defeated in races for attorney general in 1956 and 1958, for BUSINESS Research facts about the ' competition, growth trends, people in the news. PLEASURE Reviews of vacation spots, automobiles and more. HOME Recipes, health reports, home & garden and other great stuff! One article or a list of published articles ' shipped to you " within 48 hours. Additional articles, only s2 - s4 each. Fax, overnight and rush service available. PostFacts governor in 1960 and for the U.S Senate in 1966, all in Massachu G)mprehensive Plan for the City of West Palm Beach, adopted by setts. After moving to New Hampshire, he lost a race for the Senate in 1986 and the state Leg islature in 1992. wrainance ino. zroo-ro on ucrooer o, i yy, in LUMrLIAINlt, pursuant to Sections 163.3184, 163.3187 and 163.3189, F.S. The adopted City of West Palm Beach Comprehensive Plan Amendment and the Department's Objections, Recommendations and Comments Report, (if any), are available for public inspection Monday throuah Friday, except for leaal holidavs. durino normnl hiKinp Knnr Mr. Peabody was named to a post in the Office of Emergency Research Sen-ices from The Palm Beach Post Call or Fax PostFacts Today! (561) 820-4000 Fax (561) 837-8409 Prices stmt tit sf. 8 , orders must be prepaid. fe Major credit curds accepted. Planning by President Lyndon Johnson in 1967 and practiced law at the City of West Palm Beach, City Hall, 200 Second Street, West Palm Beach Post Wire Services " Endicott Peabody, the scion of two old American families who served just one term in a major elective office but ran frequently for others and led a quixotic campaign to elevate the importance of the vice presidency, died Tuesday at his home in Hollis, N.H.;at77. The cause was leukemia, his son, Robert, said. Mr. Peabody came of age at a time when most people of his social class in Massachusetts were rock-ribbed Republicans, but he was a liberal Democrat. It was as a Democrat that he won his only major election: In 1962 he was elected to a two-year term as governor of Massachusetts. In 1964 he was defeated in the Democratic primary by his own lieutenant governor, Francis Bel-; lord. But Bellotti lost the election ; to the Republican candidate, John Volpe, who had narrowly lost to Mr. Peabody two years earlier. Of his own accomplishments, Mr. Peabody, in an interview in October, pointed to "breaking up the racial and religious holds of the parties and making them , truly parties of reform." Mr. Peabody was singularly unsuccessful in reforming the way the political parties choose their candidates for vice president. "Hi, I'm Chub Peabody. I'm running for vice president," he would say in 1972 as he campaigned for the Democratic nomination for that post, The Washington Post reported. A frequent response was, "Chub who?" Mr. Peabody's contention was that the party, not the presidential nominee, should choose the vice-presidential candidate. Mr. Peabody was a direct descendant of John Endicott, a founder of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and the state's first colonial governor. After graduating from the Groton School in 1938, Mr. Peabody entered Harvard College, where he was a lineman on the raim Beach, rlorida JJ4U I for a brief time in Washington. Pioneer pilot W. Addems ATHERTON, Calif. Avia Any affected person, as defined in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a' right to petition for an administrative hearing to challenge the proposed agency determination that the Amendment to the City of West Palm; tion pioneer Walter Addems. whose oilot license was siened bv Deacn comprehensive rlan is In Compliance, as denned in Subsection 163.3184(1). F.S. The petition must be filed within twenty-one (21) days after publication of this notice, and must include all of the informa- 4!nn nn J 1 L. J 1 n I ft It M -TI f k " tI Orville Wright, died Nov. 21 of huh uiiu .uiiieni uescriDea in Kuie yj-i i.uizjj, r.M.v.. ine petition, pneumonia. He was 98. Mr. Addems was a member of must be tiled with the Agency Clerk, Department of Community Affairs, 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100. and a copy mailed or delivered to the local government. Failure to timely file a Petition shall constitute a waiver of nnv rioht in reniiMt nn nrlmimcfrn. the Early Birds, pilots who flew solo before Dec. 17, 1917, the 13th anniversary of the Wright brothers' first flight. tive proceeding as a petitioner under Section 120.57, F.S. If a petition The last surviving member of is meu, me purpose or ine aammisrrative neanng win De to present evidence and testimony and forward a recommended order to the Department. If no petition is filed, this Notice of Intent shall become final agency action. : r If a petition is filed, other affected persons may petition for leave to intervene in the proceeding. A petition for intervention must be filed at least five (5) days before the final hearing and must include all of the information and contents described in Rule 60Q-2.010, F.A.C. A pet!-' tion for leave to intervene shall be filed at the Division of Adminktmfiuov i the group is George Grundy, 99, who lives in Leesburg, according to aviation historian Carol Osborne. Mr. Addems, who carried United States Pilot's License No. 101, flew solo for the first time in a glider in Oakland on July 15, 1916, Osborne said. He eventually became chief pilot for United Airlines with the rank of captain. He barnstormed the country in World War I surplus planes during the early 1920s and from 1927 to 1930 flew airmail for National Air Transport. Hearings, Department of Management Services, 1 230 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1550. Failure to petition to intervene within the allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any right such a. person has to request a hearing under Section 1 20.57, F.S., or to participate in the administrative hearing. .' Afrar nn nriminietrntlwA LMrinn naIrt i:mL. t'A I I i . available pursuant to Subsection 1 63.31 89(3)(a), F.S.. to any affected person who is made a party to the proceeding by filing that request with the administrative law judge assigned by the Division of Adminis- trative Hearings. The choice of mediation shall not affect a party's right to an administrative hearing. , Area deaths mammm -s-Charles G. Pattison, Director , Department of Community Affairs Division of Resource Planning , and Management 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard ; Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100 THE TAMPA TRIBUNE Ti U NHWS! PUBLISH: December 4, 1997 Wallace, Daisy, 60, of Delray Beach. Straghn and Son Tri-City Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral Saturday. Weisberg, Seymour, 75, of Lake Worth. Menorah Gardens & Funeral Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Woodard, Louise, 81, of Delray Beach. Fred Hunter's Cremation Memorial Center, Lftuderhill. AREA DEATHS From 5B Friday. Troy, Harry, 92, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Vazquez, Eloina, 89, of Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Friday. I

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