The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 5, 1997 · Page 185
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 185

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28 THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1997 w Send your Tax Deductible check to: 1 liSJA3Ej Association For Abused Women Shelter Snow Show 2549 No. Dixie I Lake Worth, FL 33460 561-586-1888 f D PALM BEACH INTERACTIVE Up to 20 stories from 56 area communities at www.GoPBI.comYourTom Sunday, December 7th 3:00 pm John Wllmerding, Bellows scholar and Princeton Professor presents an illustrated slide lecture. $5 for Members and $10 for non-members which includes general museum admission Includes leather, aluminum wheels, tinted glass, AMFM cassette, keyless remote and much more! jM t LEASE V MITSUBISHI MOTORS ROYAL PALM BEACH Mayor Tony Masilotti presented national championship rings to the Royal Palm Beach Youth Athletic Association Panthers at Thursday night's village council meeting. The Panthers, a girls softball team whose members are under 10 years old, recently won a playoff tournament in Auburndale, billed as the world series of youth baseball. The Panthers beat out teams from California, Texas, Florida, and Canada. The village council Thursday night Radios: Approved spending $25,603.36 to buy 32 portable radios for the village's police force, fire department, and parks and recreation employees. The radios will replace about half of the village's decade-old radios. Police: Approved a three-year labor deal with Royal Palm Beach's police. The contract will adjust raises to the U.S. Bureau of Labor's regional Consumer Price Index instead of a customary 2 percent raise for cost-of-living increases. The contract also requires the village to help any police officer who wants to quit smoking by giving them $250 for stop-smoking programs. Also approved was an amendment to the mutual-aid agreement with the sheriffs office. Built For Living.- 42 mo lease, $999 cashArade down, first pymt, $J75 refundable security deposit, $347 50 dir. fee, bank fee, tax and tag due at Inception. Includes an leoaies ana incentives. SCHUMACHER MITSUBISHI 3720 NORTHLAKE BLVD (Just East Of 1-95) 8 30AM-9PM Mon-RI 8:30AM-6PM Sat Closed Sun George Bellows. Winter Afternoon. 1909, oil on anm. Collection ot Norton Museum of Art Palm Dcach County's Lsposst Indoop Sponsored by: SmvTRUSTand American Express Company December 6. 1997 - February 8. 1998 WEST PALM BEACH Owners of mobile homes have until Dec. 31 to register their homes as vehicles to save money on taxes, according to the tax collector's office. If you rent the land on which your mobile home sits, you should register it as a vehicle at any of the tax collector's offices. If you don't have the vehicle decal on the home by Jan. 1, it will be taxed as personal property. That tax can run hundreds of dollars a year, depending on the value of the home, tax collector spokesman David Brose said. In comparison, the average cost of an annual vehicle registration is $46, he said. If you own the land on which your home sits and it's your primary residence, you can't register it as a vehicle and you have to pay property taxes, Brose said. If you've already registered your home as a vehicle in 1997, you have to renew the registration, but the county gives you a grace period of 30 days, or until Jan. 30, to get it done. IST i 1 Coniot SI nncl FREE sai.. it.Viu" u.ircuSecll Hourlv Stiff G'veaways ,0l,Weeliend( i Barber 35,000 FARMERS MARKET square NORTON MUSEUM OF ART iomA a r, u PaJuTi Beach County Floida 1451 S. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach THEBEsrofEVERyiJki 561-832-5196 http:www.norton.org ATamDmuMNrowaRiwiiflET '.r'f "" "' Fresh Fruit & reet CI8KCW Veg.Now UP jpen Dec. 11-18 from 10AM-8PM Dec. 19-23 from 10AM-9PM M TO Dec. 24 from 10AM till last customer! Dec. 26-Jan.4from 10AM-6PM WEST PALM BEACH Police charged Clarence Newberry, 16, of West Palm Beach on Wednesday with setting off two acid bombs Nov. 24 at the old Roosevelt Middle School, now the Roosevelt Service Center. The first bomb went off just after 7:45 p.m. in a hallway of the school, 1601 Tamarind Ave., and minutes later the other went off in a recreation room where three counselors and 16 students were only 25 feet away, according to a West Palm Beach police report Witnesses saw Newberry shaking a soda bottle shortly before the explosion, the report said. He is charged with discharging a destructive device on school property, making a destructive device and aggravated assault. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! ( 1 m MM wwik1 iniixv 'V -u Him HI IfcjfcJ 'lit .f.J I H' ' W L Open New Year's Day 10 AM -6 PM Free classes on caring for someone at home are being offered by the College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic University over the next six months. "Because there are a great number of individuals in care-giving situations in our community, we think health care classes for at-home givers will be very helpful," said Anne Boykin, FAU's dean of nursing. The classes, which will be once a month on Saturdays from 9 to 11 a.m., is in Room 206 in the social science building of FAU's Boca Raton campus. Nursing professor Debera Thomas will lead the first class, which will cover care for urinary catheters and feeding tubes and will be held Saturday. Future class tonics are: Trarhenstnmv ran Tan m- Poring f- : wounds and changing dressings, Feb. 7; Nutrition, March it, cancer screening ana examining breasts, prostate and skin, April 11; and proper use of medication, May 9. Reservations are required. Call Boykin at 297-3206 or Carol Krause at 297-3887. 50 Off Monthly Access' Convenience Security Thoughtful Gift - J' ..v..v. u iiiuuv Mlt lUllUTTUl UllOIJUilUUS ; decisions Thursday on zoning issues: 1. Community hockey: Approved an agreement to allow two in-line hockey rinks and one ice rink to stay open until mid night on weeknights and 2 a.m. on Fridays and Satur- i. ;;u'7n - - K V i ' 1 lit P 'I. 3 - r ' r '- iir mm fousiIihiombif 4 IwtfftHiftri i days. Commissioners Karen Marcus, Carol Roberts and Warren Newell were absent 2. Salvation Army: Postponed until Jan. 8 a decision on whether to approve a shelter whose clients would include federal work-release prisoners. Commissioners asked for more information on who ; would be admitted to the shelter. Roberts was absent 3. Linton medical center Approved plans for a medical center on 4.1 acres i with three one-story buildings and one two-story building totaling 50,000 square feet and 250 parking spaces. Roberts was absent 4. Over the Rainbow Daycare: Approved a 125-child Flip-style mini "smart" cellular ($339.99 value.) $1J99 Easy-to-read display Z7 Sqq'm Any button answer $309.99 without.) 50 minutes talk time, 10 hours standby Reg. S39.99 with activation. (S339.99 without) 17-1168 p 5flB -? P'r' fir is hay STAFF GRAPHIC Sm day-care center in a 6,000- square-foot building on 3 acres. There will be an outdoor play area and 25 parking spaces. Roberts was absent 5. Gateway gardens: Approved 123 zero lot line units and a 120-seat church on 27 acres of agricultural land. Commissioners OK'd 47 transfers of development units at $5,575 each. Roberts was absent rt Call. : The art of no deal ? Sheriff Bob Neumann is ready to go mono a mano with Donald Trump over any designs the deal-maker has on land - reserved for the sheriffs motor pool. Trump has inquired ,' ; about the possible lease of 87 acres next to his new golf This holiday season, RadioShack and BellSouth Mobility are making cellular simple to have and simple to give. Get 20 Local Minutes per Month for Only $25.00 a Month! Plus, Get 50 Off Monthly Accesslt course ior a secona, smaller course. Groundbreaking is today on the larger " course, which is adjacent to the sheriffs Gun Club Road headquarters. Neumann ; wrote to county administrators this week reaffirming his plans to locate a motor ; pool and purchasing offices on part of the 87 acres Trump sought County officials say they have no written offer from Trumo and are cointr forward with nlano cellular service by BELLSOUTH Mobility' RadioShack. You've got questions. We've got answers Authorized Retailer ; for the motor pool and a supervisor of elections storage building on the property. The sheriffs motor pool and purchasing offices are now miles away from headquarters. Bill Douthat ifr Advertised price requires a new activation and minimum service commitment (usually 1, 2 or 3 years), upon credit aDDfoval with the RaHirAhark anthnoH ii.,i3r . vation fee may be required. Like vour home phone a monthly service fee, long-distie fees, Ji charge's to -!ff seek. If you terminate service before completion of your minimum service commitment, your carrier may impose a flat or prorated termination fee. 9 P y0U ' n!!l!T hV T 5 0nHleC,ed 'a!e PT '? 90 da',S Ge' 2, mm Pe' mWth ,0' "'y 525 00 3 m0Wh' 0,,ef 900d ,or BellSouth Mobili,y cust0rs signing a minimum 12 month aqieement on a Qualified puce plan. Subject to credit approval and early cancelation fee. Certain restrictions may apply. These minutes are use or lose, non-transferable and for the first three months oTEZ use and do not include long distance or roaming charges. See store for qualifying rate plans and further details. Offer ends December 31, 1997.0 may vary and may be a S in 7S Prices apply at participating RadioShack stor and dealers. Independent RadioShack dealers and franchisees may not be participating in this ad or stock or special-order every item advertised.

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