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June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Happy Father’s Day! Happy Father’s Day!

Volume 28, No. 6 Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB) June 2009
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New
Transponder
From the Desk
of President
Station at the Insurance
George UCO Office Dan Gladstone
By Pat Blunck
Loewenstein UCO has installed a new
Transponder Installation Sta-
tion behind the UCO office
Our request to use some space in the back of our office for located at 2102 West Drive. Here we are again, just a Village to go up North, leaving
long term parking when residents go on trips has been turned This new installation station few days before the month us “to face alone the storms
down by Palm Beach zoning. We obviously were disappointed will give UCO more flexibility of June, which is the official and the tempests ahead.” Be
by their decision. in the making of appointments beginning of the Hurricane sure to remind them to shut
We have been working with the staff of Comprehensive Home for the installation of transpon- season. Although I am a great the main water valves for the
Health Care to develop training and review sessions for our ders on the resident’s vehicles. believer in luck (good or bad), period that the apartments are
CERT group. As we approach the upcoming hurricane season, We will also be eliminating it is always wise to help it a empty and have it inspected
it is our goal to have the CERT team well trained to deal with the once a month closures of little. It is wise to protect the twice a month to avoid the
health and safety issues in case a hurricane affects the Village. the Okeechobee Gate and the openings of your apartment by devastation that might await
Our team is also being trained on dispensing antibiotics to our hiring of a sheriff for traffic installing shutters, it is smart them, when the water valve
residents in case of a pandemic attack of a biological nature. As control at a cost of $126. The to have none perishable food is not shut off. It is worth the
always, we are seeking volunteers who are willing to take the new equipment will give UCO and drinks, it is reasonable to cost of the few dollars to open
CERT course and even those who do not take the course can valuable replacement parts to keep enough independent en- it upon their return. The dif-
serve in CERT as scribes, etc. Please let the UCO office know help us eliminate down time ergy sources (batteries, cook- ference can be between a few
if you are interested. when we experience equip- ware — camping style, etc.) hundreds of dollars damage
I have been informed that the Village Pharmacy is closing ment failure at the two gates. and of course suitable home- when shut, to tens of thou-
on the 15th of this month. It is expected that the Walgreens UCO Begins Street owners insurance policy. sands of dollars destruction
Pharmacy will open in that space on May 18th.  As I write this Sign Upgrade People intend to have short when Mold and Bacteria set in.
article, I do not have the information as to how prescriptions UCO will begin to replace memory when it comes to re- Once again, we remind you
can be filled between those dates. See notice on page seven of the street signs, stop signs and membering traumatic events, that each unit owner should
this issue for more information. the directional signs around the for instance; the destruction personally look for a Mitiga-
A few days ago, Vice Presidents Jerry Karpf, David Israel, Perimeter Road. This project after the storm. Otherwise, I tion Report for his unit. These
Bob Marshall, Treasurer Dorothy Tetro, and I met with the will include the intersections cannot understand the argu- reports can save up to 50% of
owners of the golf course to learn firsthand what their plans are. of the Perimeter Road where ments between unit owners the premiums of the home-
Many residents asked us about rumors that they heard (some the streets or parking areas and the Board of Directors owners policy. With a onetime
unfounded) and so we felt that we needed to hear the facts. In meet West Drive, North Drive, about the limits of the sums cost of $25, you can get a
the briefing, they told us that they had been meeting for the past East Drive, and South Drive. insured of their properties. cost reduction for the coming
two years with a small ad hoc committee of residents from the The old 24 inch stop signs I still have vivid memories of five years or more. So do not
Village, but since we were never a part of those meetings, it will be upgraded to 30 inch the grim faces of residents that delay. Call the UCO office for
was important that we educate ourselves. reflective signs and will be were badly hit by the Hurricanes details.
The owners (Mr. and Mrs. Waldman) explained that they have placed on the poles at a height in 2004 and 2005 and had no Florida Gov. Charlie Crist
been losing money since less and less people are playing the to meet county code require- insurance at all or in many other says he’ll sign legislation that
course. They will keep it open as long as the income is sufficient ments. New street signs and cases, not enough coverage. We increases property insurance
to pay the salaries of their employees. They will evaluate this directional signs will be white all know that sometimes some- rates by 10 percent on more
on a week to week basis. Their aim is to build between 500 and letters on a blue background where somehow, we are going than 1 million customers of the
550 housing units on the property consisting of single family and they too will be reflective. to be hit again and you don’t state-backed Citizens Property
homes, town houses and several three or four story apartment We will only be doing the Pe- have to be a prophet to realize Insurance Corp.
buildings. The average selling price they estimate at $225,000. rimeter Road at this time with that we are in the midst of the Crist said that stabilizing
They would like to work with our residents in designing the the intention of completing the Hurricane zone. the marketplace by helping
layout to include the wishes as expressed by them. They would entire Village as budget monies The premiums for home- Citizens reach actuarial sound-
like to meet with as many residents as possible. o are appropriated. o owners policy have become ness offsets the rate hike.
quite reasonable in the recent Supporters of the legisla-

Delegate Meeting
months: $450 per year for tion (HB 1495) said Citizens
coverage of $35,000 dwelling, customers would have been
$25,000 personal contents and looking at rate increases be-
$300,000 liability to others, tween 40 and 55 percent on
was common cost among the Jan. 1 if lawmakers didn’t

Fri, June 5, 9:30 am


insurance companies. These produce legislation that allows
policies cover also the as- 10 percent hikes spread over
sessments costs of the Asso- several years.
ciations that become more and Florida State Catastrophe

Clubhouse Theater
more frequent as the buildings Fund has been lacking funds
give way to age. since 2004 after the State was
Many of our friends and hit badly by Hurricanes in
neighbors are leaving Century
Continued on Page 2
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porter. Insurance
New Business: President Continued from Page 1 Channel 63
Loewenstein can appoint eight
At the Delegate additional members to the
2004-5. This time the storms
hit all over Florida and the
Memo
Executive Board with the The Channel 63 lineup
Assembly approval of the Delegate As-
damages siphoned all the
reserves of the Catastrophe is as follows:
Betty Lapidus sembly. They are as follows:
Fund. The State has been put- All UCO, Special and
• Ken Davis, Chair, Com-
ting levies on all the policies Town Hall Meetings ap-
puter and Channel 63 Com-
but they only managed to col- pear at 56 minutes past
mittees
lect less that $3 billion out of
• Claudette LaBonte, Chair, the hour until 6 minutes
This meeting was called a problem with the attitudes of $30 billion that is needed.
Transportation after the next hour.
to order by President George some bus riders and this is be- The bill also reduces the
• Al McLaughlin, Chair, Security Odd Hours show An-
Loewenstein at 9:30 a.m. in ing taken care of. Eagle Ship- state’s $20 billion exposure on
• Michael Rayber, CoChair,
our Clubhouse Auditorium. ping Center with their postal the Florida Hurricane Catas- nouncements and Classes.
Safety
Pledge of Allegiance: Re- services will come into CV trophe Fund by phasing out the Even Hours show Clubs
• Myron Silverman, Chair,
cited by all and led by Lt. on Mondays and Wednesdays upper levels of a state backup and Organizations.
Welcome
David Kronsperger. starting in about one month. pool by $2 billion a year over
Motion by George Loewen- The recorded Delegate
Quorum: One hundred and For details, see her column a six-year period.
stein, seconded by Jerry Karpf, Assembly will be shown
seventy-nine seated delegates in the UCO Reporter. Next
to confirm these appointees, for five days at 9:00 am
were present. Transportation committee
discussed, voted, one opposed,
Minutes of the April 3, meeting: May 18, 2009. Say you saw and 6:00 pm.
motion was carried.
2009 meeting had been distrib- Security: Al McLaughlin All requests for your in-
New Business: Motion by
uted and read by all, moved to reported there were 19,800
Phil Shapkin, seconded by
it in the UCO formation to be shown
accept as corrected. cars thru our gates this past Reporter —
Louise Gerson re the distribu- must use the provided
Treasurer’s Report: Doro- month. There were 15 gates
tion of the Comcast doorway
thy Tetro was ready for Q&A. broken: The cause is tailgat-
fee — (A) to pay off loan for
it’s good for form at the UCO office. In-
There was none. She said she ing. There was a problem with structions are on the
is always available in the UCO rudeness in the Clubhouse and
the building at 2102 and (B) business! form.
pay lawyer’s fee for review
office. Report has been filed. at the pools. See his column in
of new contract. Discussion,
President’s Report: Pres. the UCO Reporter.
voted, passed. Are You On the List?
George Loewenstein reported Safety: George Franklin The following associations had no representation at
Motion by Ted Silverman,
re the land behind the UCO and Michael Rayber reported the Delegate Assembly 5/1/09:
seconded by Phil Shapkin, to
office, to be used for additional with reference to a shredder ANDOVER A-B-D-E-G-I-J-K-L-M
cap the legal fund. Discussion,
long-term parking spaces for truck for people who want to BEDFORD B-C-E-F-G-I-J
vote taken, no opposition, vote
our residents. The County has use it; this will be checked BERKSHIRE A-B-C-E-G-H
passed.
turned us down. There is no out. Re sanitary masks: They CAMBRIDGE A
George Franklin announced
avenue of appeal. are considered to be useless CAMDEN B-C-F-G-H-I-J-K-M-N
that on May 5, Humana is
Good news: Eagle Shipping — please remember to keep CANTERBURY B-C-H-I-J-K
sponsoring a shoot. For de-
Center will come into CV to washing your hands. George CHATHAM D-J-L-P-U
tails, please see George.
handle our postage needs — announced there will be an COVENTRY A-B-G-H-I-J-K
Phil Shapkin reported that
selling stamps, etc. at no extra important Town Hall meeting DORCHESTER A-B-C-D-H-I-J-K
he is president of an inde-
charge. We will try this out. on November 12, 2009. EASTHAMPTON A-B-C-D-F-G-I
pendent group re the golf
They will be right outside our Cable: David Israel report- HASTINGS B-F-H
course. This is a registered
Clubhouse. ed that the Comcast contract KENT B-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K-L-M-N
not-for-profit organization and
CERT is alive and well. We has been signed by UCO and KINGSWOOD A-C -E-F
has nothing to do with UCO.
will have training and review Comcast will sign and return NORTHAMPTON A-C-E-F-G-H-I-J-K-L-N-Q
Please see him personally for
sessions to keep us up to date. it in about two weeks. NORWICH C-F-H-I-K
details, etc.
If necessary, CERT will be Insurance: Dan Gladstone OXFORD 100-300-400
Motion to adjourn passed.
trained as a Point of Distribu- urges every association to SALISBURY C-E-G
Meeting was adjourned at
tion of antibiotics. For details, check out empty apartments SHEFFIELD A-B-C-D-E-F-H-I-J-O
10:50 a.m. o
please read the column in the and to look for water leaks. SOMERSET E-G-H-I-L
UCO Reporter. The mitigation letters are very Wear something STRATFORD D-L-O
Committee Reports — useful. Read his column in the white when walking at SUSSEX B-D-E-F-G-I-J-K-L-M
Safety: Lt. Kronsperger re- UCO Reporter. night; carry a flashlight WALTHAM A-B-E-G-I
ported that there was little or Maintenance: Jerry Karpf so you can be seen all WELLINGTON A
no crime in CV. reported on the upcoming right. WINDSOR A-B-D-E-F-G-H-J-M-Q-R
State Attorney’s Office meeting of May 12 — impor-
Representative: Mr. Edmund- tant. Please pick up a flyer. Scheduled Meetings
son reported on the use of the Community Relations:
Date Day Time Group Location
Internet to track pedophiles, Centenarian Celebration is
there were Q&A. scheduled for October 29, 5/19/09 Tuesday 9:30 am Irrigation 2102
Striping in CV: Pat Blunck 2009, from 1 to 4 p.m. in our 5/20/09 Wednesday 11:00 am Beautification 2102
reported on road striping be- Party Room. Avis Blank has 5/25/09 Monday Closed Memorial Day UCO
ginning the week of May 4. donated a $40 Gift Card as a
5/26/09 Tuesday 10:00 am Operations 2102
This will not include parking prize. Area vendors are con-
spaces. See Channel 63 for de- tributing generously. 5/28/09 Thursday 10:00 am Officers 2102
tails. He then reported on the Investigations: Louise Ger- 5/29/09 Friday 1:00 pm Safety TBA
street sign project which will son reminded us to please 6/01/09 Monday 1:00 pm Executive Board Room B
be going on inside of CV. They make sure there is someone in
will start at the Okeechobee each Association to take over 6/05/09 Friday 9:30 am Delegates Theater
entrance. Q&A. during the summer months — 6/05/09 Friday 1:00 pm Editorial 2102
Shoreline: Sal Bummolo re- and to have the Association’s 6/09/09 Tuesday 9:30 am Irrigation/Infrastructure 2102
ported on the restoration started corporation stamp available as
6/09/09 Tuesday 10:00 am Maintenance Room C
at Northampton and then went well as their checkbook.
on to the Chatham area and Landscape: Sandy Cohen 6/10/09 Wednesday 11:00 am Beautification TBA
Somerset. This will continue reported that the most beauti- 6/11/09 Thursday 10:00 am Community Relations Card Room B
for the rest of the year. ful building in CV is Berkshire 6/12/09 Friday 2:00 pm Security 2102
Transportation: Claudette A. For details, see her column
6/15/09 Monday 1:30 pm Transportation Room B
LaBonte reported that there is in the upcoming UCO Re-
June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

Open Clubhouse New Physicians


By Courtney Olsen
I hope all had a wonderful
and Services
From the Desk of Mother’s Day. You know the at the
summer has begun when holi-
Vice President days such as Memorial Day and
Four Corners
Independence Day come along.
Bob Marshall You also know when many of
Doctor in the Condo
By Melissa Buckmaster
your friends return back north.
On Monday, April 27, residents of Century Village at-
However, there are still ac-
tended a “Meet the Doctor” reception for Dr. Sandra San-
tivities in the clubhouse that you
Some Improvements Are to walk on rather than a grassy chez. Dr. Sanchez, who is a General Surgeon, will join
can enjoy during the summer.
Coming To Town area that in some cases can be the multi-specialty group on May 19, located right here in
This month, we have a
Roadway Striping quite uneven. Century Village. Her services include the treatment of the
“Health Chat” meeting pre-
As you read this, the strip- Street Signs Gastrointestinal Tract, Hernia Repairs, Breast Disease and
sented by the Century Village
ing that I discussed briefly last Still another improvement Wound Care. Dr. Sanchez is fluent in English and Spanish
Medical Center. This meeting
month should be in progress. project is about to be imple- and accepts most major insurance.
will be held in Meeting Room
The start date has been sched- mented. The roadway signs on In addition to Dr. Sanchez, several other specialists will be-
C at 10 a.m. on June 18.
uled for Monday, May 18. the perimeter road will be up- come available to Century Village, including a Gynecologist,
Every Thursday a group
Please watch for the workers, dated to current code. The stop Audiologist, and a Cardiologist. For additional information or
gathers to practice “Ballroom
as they will be working in the signs will be larger, the direc- to make an appointment, please call Renee at 561 697-3131 or
Dance.” If you are interested
streets. tional signs will be updated, and visit the Century Medical Plaza, second floor. Free transporta-
in attending the dance prac-
Hopefully, this will be a mi- the street signs will be changed tion is available. o
tice, you do not have to regis-
nor inconvenience, and once and will all look alike. ter; it is a free group practice
completed, the Village will be Condo Documents session that any resident can
a safer to place in to drive. If, It has been brought to my at- attend. They meet at 7 p.m.
of course, we follow the rules! tention again that some of the every Thursday night in the
By the way, this only applies new unit owners are not get- Party Room.
to roadway striping and does ting a copy of their documents A new class has been estab-
not include parking spaces. at the closing. All presidents lished called General Lifestyle
Bus Stops should be certain that the seller preparedness. This class is
Another improvement about has a copy and that copy of designed to plan budgeting,
to begin is the improved ac- the documents gets to the new expenses, and savings in ev-
cess to some of the bus stops. unit owner. After all, how can eryday life. The cost of the
The intent here is to have pav- we expect the new owners to class is $20 for four weeks,
ers installed so that bus pas- follow the rules if we neglect and will be held on Saturdays
sengers have an even surface to inform them? o at 2:30 p.m. To register for
this class, please come to the
Calling All Columnists Ticket Office.
Bingo will stop for a sum- George Loewenstein, UCO President, Adele Dube, CV resident
It is really more efficient to work with mer break on June 10, and and prize winner of food basket, Dr. Sandra Sanchez, General
resume on August 12. Surgeon, Jorge Lopez, Director of Physician Relations for
email; send your Reporter article to The next Metro Traffic Tenet Health.
ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net. If you School course will be June 26;
don’t have a computer, use a friend’s. Do it is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with
a 30-minute lunch break, so
not attach your article; write it directly on bring your lunch! To register,
the email message. please come to the Ticket Office
with a $15.00 check written out
CLUBHOUSE MOVIES to “DOTS” and your driver’s
license. This course will help to
SECRET LIVES OF BEES (PG-13 • 110 min)
Dakota Fanning, Queen Latifah, Jennifer Hudson
reduce your car insurance.
To escape her lonely life and troubled relationship with her For clubs and classes re-
father, a 14 year old girl flees with her caregiver and only turning next season, please
friend, to a South Carolina town that holds the secret to her
late mother’s past and finds solace in the mesmerizing world
come to the Ticket Office to
of beekeeping. fill out a Room Reservation
Thu, 5/28, 6:45 pm; Sun, 5/31, 1:45 pm; Mon, 6/01, 6:45 pm; Request to guarantee your
Tue, 6/02, 1:45 pm; Thu, 6/04, 6:45 pm
meeting days for next season.
MARLEY & ME (PG • 120 min) A reminder to all classes and
Owen Miller, Jennifer Aniston, Kathleen Turne, Alan Arkin clubs: When using any of the Vivian Carta Sanchez, Nurse Practicioner, Dr. Sandra Sanchez,
Heel the love! A family learns important life lessons from General Surgeon, Dr. Henry Katz, Internal Medicine Physician
their adorable, but naughty and neurotic dog.
rooms in the Clubhouse, the
Sun, 6/07, 1:45 pm; Mon, 6/08, 6:45 pm; Tue, 6/09, 1:45 pm; door must remain closed for
Thu, 6/11, 6:45 pm; Sun, 6/14, 1:45 pm the duration of any event due The Century Village Orchestra is looking for musi-
SLUM DOG MILLIONAIRE (R • 120 min)
to air conditioning and fire cians to fill our string section (violin, viola, cello and bass).
Dev Patel, Anil Kapoor code issues. We will provide We also need French horn, percussion and bassoon
The story of the life of an impoverished Indian teen Ja- a sign to place on the door to players. Call Rickie at 683-0869 for more information.
mal Malik, who becomes a contestant on the Hindi version of
“Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?”, wins, and is then suspect-
let people know what meeting

Condo for Sale


ed of cheating in this Academy Award Best Picture of 2008. is going on and where.
Mon, 6/15, 6:45 pm; Tue, 6/16, 1:45 pm; Thu, 6/18, 6:45 pm; If you have not already, come
Sun, 6/21, 1:45 pm; Mon, 6/15, 6:45 pm
to the Ticket Office to pick up
FROST/NIXON (R • 122 min) the “June Happenings” and the
Frank Langella, Michael Sheen June class list. The movies for Biggest 1 bedroom, 1½ bath in Prestigeous Oxford
400 million people were waiting for the truth. A dramatic
this month are as follows: Colony. Size of a 2 bedroom. Ground floor. All
retelling of the post-Watergate television interviews between upgrades: Designer Kitchen and Baths, W&D in unit,
British talk-show host David Frost and former president The Secret Life of Bees, Mar-
Richard Nixon. ley & Me, Slum Dog Millionaire newer AC and Water Heater, 18" x 18" Custom Tiles,
Tue, 6/23, 1:45 pm; Thu, 6/23, 6:45 pm; Sun, 6/28, 1:45 pm;
(subtitled) and Frost/Nixon. To all Maytag appliances. Must see...
Mon, 6/29, 6:45 pm; Tue, 6/30, 1:45 pm Call Joyce (Owner-Realtor)
receive additional information
NO ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED about each movie, please read 561-478-0504 t 954-540-5475
the “June Happenings.” o
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER June 2009

Cable From the Desk of


David Israel Vice President
Jerry Karpf

Don’t Tune Us Out — Your Cable Committee Responds In the past month, we have for assistance.
It is interesting to note that the signer of the “Mail Bag” letter, “Don’t Tune Us Out,” made many events. The Com- As I had mentioned in my
cannot be verified as a unit owner in Century Village, and hence, the article is “un- cast contract has been signed, last article, it’s time to start
attributable.” The letter shows misunderstanding of the process, but we have chosen to which took several months of getting ready for hurricane
respond to it nonetheless, as an information vehicle for our unit owners. The response will work by the Cable Committee season. All association presi-
be intermixed with the original and my entries will be in a bold type. and by the Officers of UCO. dents should start making a list
********** This contract will bring a re- of all the people who will be
“I went to the last Delegate Meeting and sat through a tremendous amount of discussion about duction to your 2010 mainte- staying here over the summer.
the Cable Committee’s review and decision about the need to sign a new cable contract. I had nance for one year, plus some Make sure you have a contact
attended previous meetings where there was discussion about why we needed a new contract other changes, which I will list for all of those people in
— but for the life of me, I can’t remember why. Our current one doesn’t expire till 2011.” leave to the head of the Cable case of emergency. Get a land
********** Committee to report to you. line telephone; in the event
When the original cable contract was signed with Adelphia Cable in 2005, we had a The restoration of the lake we lose electric power, these
channel lineup consisting of 74 channels, over recent years, arbitrary removal of channels has started in the Northampton phones are the only phones
by Comcast has reduced this to 67 and Comcast advised that this removal to the digital tier area under the supervision of that will work.
would continue. If we simply let the current contract play out, by 2011 we could be facing a Sal Bummolo and Pat Blunck. I will give a lecture on how
channel lineup of 30 channels or less, with consecutive increases of 5% in January of 2010 This is a start in the right direc- to prepare for a hurricane in
and January 2011. When the contract expired, we would have no other competitor ready to tion to solve our problem with June, but in the meantime,
pick up the service, as there would be no time for them to place their new infrastructure. soil erosion around the lake. by the beginning of June,
We would have to simply rollover the Comcast contract with ever reducing service and You should also be aware there will be copies of a list
there would have been no signing bonus. of any offer to donate money of things that you can do to
********** to any organization. Check the prepare for the hurricane sea-
“I can understand us not liking Comcast removing stations at will — theirs, but if you read the organization out; ask to see a son. Everyone will be able to
disclaimer at the bottom of the sheet that was handed out at the meeting, nothing has changed financial statement so you can pick up a list of things to do
in that regard; they can still remove stations at their own discretion.” see how the monies are being in order to prepare for the hur-
********** used, like what their officers ricane season.
Actually, we have had language inserted into the contract stating that Comcast may are being paid, how much of I would like to wish our
only remove channels from our lineup, if they remove the same channels from all custom- the collected monies are used all-season residents and snow-
ers in our Franchise area. This effectively precludes arbitrary redaction of content from to help the people that applied birds a great summer. o
Century Village product only.
**********
“Do we really think they’re going to add programming and not charge us?” What’s Your
**********
Actually, if indeed they add programming, there will be no change in cost; the most Responsibility?
probable course of events will be a swap of equivalent programming. This has already oc-
curred; Comcast has taken away “Movieplex” and substituted “Lifetime Movie Network.”
Association Presidents are responsible
I would call that a reasonably equivalent swap. for making sure that copies of the UCO
**********
“What I think was that decisions were made at committee meetings that no one knew any-
Reporter are distributed when they are
thing about. It seems to me that there was a royal stink a few months ago about transparency published.
and openness. I’m a regular viewer of Channel 63 and always read the Reporter, but I saw no
notification of Cable Committee meetings. I can go to Security, Maintenance, Transportation,
Delegates, etc. meetings as a resident and time constraints considered, be heard or question any
items discussed or commented on. Why no notification of the Cable Committee? We are talking
about a new contract, worth a tremendous amount of money to Comcast and us and we were
told take it or leave it, without as much as a clue of what was going on.
“I am not complaining about the new contract. How could I? I have no idea what the other
companies were offering. But I was told that this was the best. What am I? Am I a child that
won’t understand the big words?”
**********
Yes, indeed, there was a major brouhaha over “Open Meetings,” of which I was a major
proponent. However, your Cable Committee was hearing from four major providers simul-
taneously, and none of them wanted the other to know what they were offering. This is very
typical in contract negotiation, the offerings and proposals are all marked “Proprietary
and Confidential.” The Cable Committee made every effort to release information in as
timely a manner as possible. Every meeting that could be open was open, but some had to
be limited to the principals involved. Some of our unit owners have come to the UCO Office
to inquire about the other Companies and their proposals; and the Cable Committee has
prepared a Decision Matrix chart showing the key components. This chart is available to
any unit owner of Century Village. Drop by the UCO Office and ask for Dave Israel; just
do not blab it to Golden Lakes.
**********
“From what I can see, UCO will be getting a $2.3 million signing bonus, plus $27 thousand
for the loss of the two remaining HBO channels — they already looted the third one.”
**********
Actually, the exact numbers are confidential and UCO has signed a Contract with a specific
confidentiality clause. However any Unit Owner may have the numbers if they so desire; just
Continued on Page 7
June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

Two Different
Doctors’ Offices
Two patients limp into two
Investigations different medical clinics with
Louise Gerson the same complaint.
Anita J. Cruz
David Frankel Both have trouble walking VP, WPRF, Inc.
and appear to require a hip
replacement.
The first patient is exam-
ined within the hour, is X-
The Investigation Depart- knowledgeable volunteers rayed the same day and has a As you begin your plans for Sailing Area Steps — In
ment has been very busy with who take care of this Inves- time booked for surgery the a restful summer, our staff re- place of wood and sand, any-
sales, rentals, deed transfers tigation Department. Many, following week. mains busy with maintenance one visiting the sailing area
and occupancies. many thanks to Charlie, Henri, The second sees his fam- and repair issues at all WPRF now have safe, paved steps to
Our hours are Monday Jack, Sid, Ed, Abe, Cynthia, ily doctor after waiting three facilities. With fewer residents go from the grassy area down
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to Sandy, David and me for giv- weeks for an appointment, here over the next few months, to the beach. This area, once
12:45 p.m. and Fridays, 12 ing their time for our Century then waits eight weeks to see we try to take advantage of this an eyesore and a potential
Noon to 3:45 p.m. We use the Villagers. a specialist, then gets an X- time to make repairs and work safety hazard, now provides
time afterwards to complete Please make sure that any- ray, which isn’t reviewed for on improvements with the safety to those using the steps
paperwork before we leave for one living in your Association another week, and finally has least amount of inconvenience and a splash of beauty on the
the day. has been investigated and his surgery scheduled for six to our residents. beach for all residents.
Please come early to allow received a Certificate of Ap- months from then. Projects: As you travel Theater Tickets: We are
yourself plenty of time before proval. Do not use selective Why the different treatment about the community, please still accepting forms for the
we close for the day. It can enforcement. Whatever you for the two patients? take note of these recently mailing of season ticket bro-
take 15 minutes to a half hour approve for one, you should The first is a Golden Retriever. completed repairs and im- chures for the 2009-10 season.
to take care of you. approve for all!!! The second is a Senior Citizen. provements: Next year’s shows promise
We have very dedicated, Have a “cool” summer. o Next time, take me to a vet! Tennis Courts — We have to be as diverse and enter-
From the Internet resurfaced the practice/pad- taining as this past season’s
dleball court and Court #4. were, including a wonderful
The Century Vil- Thank you for your patience selection of comedy, music,
NEW Security #: 502-8103 lage Orchestra is while we made arrangements dance, Broadway, classical,
for these necessary repairs. contemporary and nostalgic
looking for musi- Theater Carpeting — Just rock and roll. If you would
In Pain? cians to fill our string as we professionally cleaned like to receive next year’s
the Card Room carpeting in brochure by mail, be sure to
Depressed? section (violin, viola, April, we had the carpeting drop off your completed form
Want Change? cello and bass). We throughout the Theater profes- at the Staff/Ticket Office no
It’s Never Too Late! sionally cleaned and Scotch later than July 17.
also need French Guard protected this month. One very unpleasant sub-
Fran Post, dom, lmt horn, percussion Any. commercial building ject has reared its ugly head
Accupunture Physician and bassoon play- needs to maintain carpeting on numerous times over the past
Licensed Massage Therapist a regular basis, but once again several months, and that is
ers. Call Rickie at we should not be cleaning up the behavior of many of our
CV Resident • Lic. #AP1665 • MA36521
HOUSE CALLS • 561-632-0098 683-0869 for more drink spills from the floor and residents and the objection-
gum from the undersides of able actions of some residents
information. the seating (no food or drink to others. WPRF has recently
June Classes is permitted in the Theater). had to suspend several resi-
All Classes Are Not Final, and Are Subject to Change Please be considerate so oth- dents once they took their
ers will not have to clean up actions to an unacceptable
Monday Classes after you and this community level on our property, with
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher will not incur unnecessary disruptive behavior at times
No Mon classes expenses for cleaning. causing bodily harm or injury
Resident Pool — We have to others. Please be courteous
Tuesday Classes completed draining, acid to your neighbors and treat
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher washing, cleaning and repair- others as you would have
Conv Span 6/2 no refund $20/4w + sup 1:00 pm Card B Celina ing the Resident Pool. Thank them treat you — it’s an over-
Ceramics 6/2 $36/6w 9:30 am Ceramics Gert you for your patience while worked and familiar saying,
the pool was closed. but it really works!
Plas Canvas 6/2 $20/4w 1:30 pm Sewing Dot
Shuffleboard Lights — We We welcome the long sum-
Real/Abs 6/9 $25/4w 3:00 pm Art Schwartz have completed replacement mer days ahead and hope you
Wednesday Classes of the rusted and partially in- will frequent our Clubhouse,
operative lights on the shuffle- Fitness Center and pool fa-
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
board courts. In their place, cilities regularly. Our staff is
Draw to See 6/3 $18/4w 9:30 am Art Schwartz you will now find we have in- ready to assist you with classes,
Line Dancing 6/3 $15/6w 10:00 am Party Charlotte stalled energy-efficient double shows, dances, movies and
fixtures on each new lamp meetings which continue unin-
Thursday Classes post. We’re happy that our terrupted throughout the sum-
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher players now have well-lit and mer. Enjoy the many activities
Line Country 6/18 $14/6w 10:00 am Party Sylvia safe courts. we offer, and be well. o
(Beg) L/C 6/18 $14/6w 11:00 am Party Sylvia
Tai-Chi 6/4 $16/4w 10:00 am Hastings Ziffer
Paint Wkshp 5/28 $18/4w 9:30 am Art Adler If you have a transponder and
Friday Classes you sell your car, of if you move
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Ceramics 6/12 $36/6w 9:30 am Ceramics Gert
within the Village or outside the
Learn Music 5/22 Free 10:00 am Music Rm B Sonja Village, please notify UCO.
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just $100, we would be one-


halfway to beginning. Our
thanks to all of you who have
Personals
donated your time or your Thank You
The official newspaper of Century Village money or both to help. I want to extend a great big
In today’s world, we can no thank you to all those friends
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417
longer depend on government who visited me in the hospital
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830 and to all those who sent me
but must return to the days
Email: ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net when neighbor helped neigh- their best wishes by card and
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri bor. Century Village could be telephone.
a model community where we Irv Lazar
Editor: Irv Lazar.............................. Co-Editors: Syd Kronish,
care for each other. Reach out
Dot Loewenstein, Joe Saponaro, Myron Silverman and help us to help them!!! Thanks
Editorial Board.......................All Editors, Pres and Vice Pres Who Is Frieda? Jean Dowling To all my friends in Century
Frieda is a composite of Village for your sincere concern,
Production....................................................... John Saponaro all those in the Village who your cards, phone calls and vis-
Critique of Critique
Editorial Associate.......................................... June Saponaro need financial help. Frieda has Dotty Lowenstein, I’m sorry its during my stay at Columbia
many faces and many ages. you missed out on the praise Hospital and Manor Care Rehab,
Advertising Staff.............. Don McDonough, Mindy Weingart
She could be your next door of the soloists and dancers that as well as the person who hung
Consultant................................................................. Ken Graff neighbor or your best friend. up the balloon noting “Happy
deserved mention and praise for
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler You will probably never know their outstanding performances. Valentine’s Day!” See you all
because she will remain anon- The rehearsals were long and again in the UCO Reporter.
Circulation......................... Len Cohen, Jack Eisen, Bill Karp,
ymous. tiring; the dancers wore out the Syd Kronish
Dave Rabinowitz, Paul Skolnick, Mindy Weingart Your donations are care- taps on their shoes.
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. fully advanced to those in The Dancers were Rho- What Do I Like Best?
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: need, usually in the payment da Weber, Gerry Fogelman,
By Dot Loewenstein
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed of WPRF or maintenance bill Marguerite Goldstein, Dolly
Recently, Frank Cerabino, of
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge. after a detailed investigation Heit. The Soloists that outdid
the Palm Beach Post, asked read-
(Submit on 8.5” by 11” paper.) and verification of need. themselves were Louis Awee,
ers to list five things that make this
Submissions & Articles....... Please type in caps and lower case We also will try to reclaim Leon Aronson, Frank Cohen,
area special (not just the weather).
letters, double spaced, any item. On a “space available” basis. funds advanced at the sale of Bernie Dunitz, Wolf Eisen-
My response follows:
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems).
the recipient’s property at any berg, Gerry Midman, Chuck
What do I like most about
Visit your Century Village web site: centuryvillagewpb.org time they leave the Village. Otterson, Marty Ruderman,
where I live? Century Village
An attorney on the Board is Lillian Goldstein, Ruth Mu-
is the home of such diversified

OFFICERS refining a document to do this.


After passing investigation
to live in the Village, how did
raskin, Adele Ruderman, Sim-
wildlife, and all I have to do
one Pepperman, Rose Mazza,
is walk out my front door to
Nora Brown, Sylvia Leighton,
see which has come to visit
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 Frieda get into this predica- Ellie Podberesky Palmisano,
each day. Today it was one
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm ment? There are many sce- Carmen Watson. BettyLouks.
blue heron and one tricolor!
narios but the most common is The supporting cast mem-
Yes, I can identify them with
President: George Loewenstein the death of a spouse, usually bers are also deserving of a
the book I bought at Mounts
Vice Presidents: Frank Cornish, claiming one-half of the fam- mention of praise. Botanical Garden — a must
David Israel, Jerry Karpf, Bob Marshall ily income. In these economic The past Repertory Shows
for every resident.
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro times, just relying on stock
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank were always well received,
Last week, there was a
market income, is enough to including the last year’s show,
mother duck with six duck-
Recording Secretary: Betty Lapidus
cause the crisis. Health prob- which was the first since the
lings in a row following her.
Community Assn. Mgr.: Pat Blunck
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton lems, high medical bills, loss Clubhouse was redone. Our
I fear the resident alligator
Co-Office Managers: Mary Benton of a job or illness can cause Villagers can look forward to
enjoyed a meal, but didn’t see
Edie Levine loss of income. an exciting show early next
him actually scoop them up.
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, We need about $60,000 to year with many of their neigh-
May is the season to watch the
Maria Levy, Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, begin the program. If all of bors performing. fish in their fish nests, circling
Irv Small, Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy the Associations contributed Victor Kane
around, keeping out intruders.
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin, A few months ago, there
Rhea Cohen, Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman, were about 40 wood storks
Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, Marilyn Pomerantz congregating in the Reclaimed
Executive Board Water area next to our house.
Then there are the red-headed
Dave Bernstein Irv Lazar
Randall Borchardt Dot Loewenstein Sand Hill Cranes. If you get
Sal Bummolo Al McLaughlin close enough you can see
Sandy Cohen Haskell Morin the red portion of the head is
Ken Davis Marie Oliver heart shaped! My favorite is
David Frankel Michael Rayber the anhinga with his wings
George Franklin Joe Saponaro outspread, drying.
Louise Gerson Phil Shapkin While we don’t miss the
Dan Gladstone Myron Silverman Backstage workers Babe Bernstein and Ann Mongelli. barking dogs and meowing
Jackie Karlan Ted Silverman
Syd Kronish Lori Torres cats, we could do without the
Claudette LaBonte Jeanette Veglia raccoons raiding the dump-
Olga Wolkenstein sters and the opossums cross-
ing the street at night. But we
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published must remember: they were
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village,
West Palm Beach, FL. here first — this is their space,
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a not-for-profit and we are the visitors.
organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any Because it is so quiet and
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They
peaceful here, we have the op-
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, portunity to just sit and listen
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which to the multitude of melodies
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or L-R, front row: Geri Fogelman, Lillian Goldstein, Norma sung by the birds. Sometimes
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of Brown, Ursula Brodek, Sydelle Banks; back row: Chuck we think we hear them saying
the product or service. Otterson, Ellie Palmisano. Photos by Howard Silver “uh-uh” and we respond! o
June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

Cable
Continued from Page 4

come in to UCO and ask for


Dave Israel. To correct one
Walgreens Frankly Speaking:
misconception, we were com-
pensated for the loss of one
HBO channel from the time
Comes to CV Vice President
Frank Cornish
it was pulled by Comcast in May 12, 2009 — Walgreens
September 2008; it is virtu- is pleased to announce the
ally unheard of for Comcast
to pay compensation for opening of our new location Since my election, in 2008, I, for one, will do everything
Channel realignments.
**********
in Century Village. We will be many issues have crossed not
only my desk, but the desks
within my power, not only as
your representative, but fellow
“If you read the Treasurer’s operating at the former Village of my fellow board members, resident, to see the “offenders”
report, you can see that the none as disturbing as one re- prosecuted to the full extent of
signing bonus is one year’s Pharmacy location and offering cent issue involving racial and the law, whether it be “Village
budgeted amount. So we get many of the same services and religious intolerance. or Civil.” Therefore, it is im-
one year free basically. For We are a multicultural soci- portant to immediately contact
the remainder of the time, more. ety, involving many nationali- Security if you feel threatened
we’ll pay an additional $4.12
per unit x 7,500+ units x 12
Walgreens will have all of your ties, customs and languages. by another’s action.
None of which, I believe, I would like to close my col-
months x 5% annual increase. former prescription records on include rudeness, which of late umn on a positive note. We do
That’s a lot of money without has been exhibited by some have many more appreciative,
residents’ input and hoping
file and nothing will need to be residents, not only to Secu- concerned, considerate and
that Comcast will keep their done in order to continue filling rity Personnel at the Entrance loving residents than the “bul-
word and not remove channels Gates, Clubhouse, Fitness lies” mentioned. It is evident
because they’ve got a newer your prescriptions at this loca- Center, pools, at the theatre, at both karaokes (Tuesday and
and cheaper technology.” tion. This Walgreens location to Ushers, WPRF employees, Friday). It is not uncommon
********** and last, but not least, to many for our “family” to embrace
Actually, there was ex- will provide delivery service to of their neighbors, some of the celebration of birthdays
tensive opportunity for unit
owners to be heard at the
the Century Village residents, which volunteer their time,
here at UCO, whose only
or anniversaries with refresh-
ments, cards and gifts, given
Delegate Assembly; and will be capable of providing purpose is to make each and with love!
many came forth and were every moment spent here, as As always, I can be reached
heard. The issue of the cost is your flu shots for the upcoming pleasant as possible. during business hours. o
of course important; the ini- flu season, as well as provide a
tial cost of the new Bulk Ca-
ble Contract will be $22.95 full array of medical equipment
per month plus Taxes and services.
fees; this will be reduced by
approximately $18.00 per The pharmacy will be closed A Good Handyman
month for the first year. The
from Friday, May 15th and will Reliable, Dependable and Affordable
same product off campus at
No Job Too Big or Small !!!
retail rates would cost $55.00 re-open on Monday, May 18th Quality Work, Reasonble Rates,
per month, and in some mar-
kets more. This is a bargain to satisfy all your prescription Prompt Service
in any market. needs. We look forward to ser- Call for FREE Estimates
Our new lineup brings us
back the missing channels, vicing all your healthcare needs Steve 561-722-6087
except for HBO, and adds
some 18 additional channels.
and being “The Pharmacy Cen-
In particular, we will receive tury Village Trusts.”
the Video on Demand chan-
nel which includes some 200
free movies, and other pro- Marianne Smith Erwin, Broker-Associate, Keller Williams Realty of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
gramming from HBO, Mov- 2901 PGA Blvd., Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 • email: msmith720@aol.com • website: www.kw.com
ieplex, Lifetime, Sundance Looking to Buy or Sell? Call the “Condo Specialist” for Century Village!
and other major providers. Everything I List Turns to “Sold”
In addition, our Bulk Chan- Inventory Needed NOW For This Season • The Most Professional Service with Proven Results!
nel Rate includes a Standard
Set Top Box and two ad- FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT
Chatham M 2/1.5, 1st fl cnr, spec Norwich K 2/1.5, 2nd fl, OS cnr,
ditional special Digital Con-
verters. The concern over a
lkvw fr all wndos & encl pat, comp comp tiled, updated appls in kit, Sussex A, 1/1, 2nd fl,
new technology is a good one,
tiled, remod & updated, furn, mint
cond New Price: $69,900
updated baths, fresh paint, accordion
shuts thruout, gdnvw, xcel unit at ter-
lovely unit, compl furn
common sense would sug- Windsor S 1/1.5, 1st fl cnr, fab, nr rific price! $49,900 w/updated kit appls &
gest that if such new science W-gate, all tile thruout, updated kit, baths $500 ann
x

or art were to emerge, that CAC, lovely furn, rentable, mint Norwich N 2/1.5, IS cnr, 2nd fl,
Comcast would deploy it at cond New Price: $38,000 immac & MIP, furn, updated apps &
bas, small pet OK in this friendly bldg
Sheffield J, 2/1.5, 2nd
their discretion; there would
be no impact on our cost dur-
Andover G 1/1.5, 2nd fl, immac
gdn, new unit, updated kit, new Reduced Price: $39,900 fl outside cnr, immac,
ing the contract period. It is furn, roof, front dr, rentable bldg Norwich K 2/1.5, 1st fl, unfurn, up- nuer cptg, nu tile, furn,
dated appls & baths, CT, new gdnvw,
the considered belief of the New Price: $39,000
Camden P 1/1.5, 2nd fl cnr, im- bring all offers New Price: $35,000 gdnvu, walk to Fit Ctr
Committee that when our unit
owners become familiar with mac, all tiled thruout, CAC, updat- Cambridge I 1/1, 2nd fl, updated & Synagogue
the new channel lineup and ed kit & baths, encl, balc, gdnvw,
superb unit $41,000
& furn, gdnvw, close to Dorchester
pool, make offer New Price: $20,000
$1,100/mo sea
with Video on Demand, they
will be very pleased with the
entertainment value available
to them. o
Call Today to List with a Proven Professional!
I Have Buyers Calling to Buy Everyday! Phone 561-371-3311
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Beautification
Contest
Committee From the
Safety By Edythe Pekin
Listening Post
Pleasant Adventure:
George Franklin Choosing Best Appearing Syd Kronish
Building
Assigned by the Beautifica-
tion Committee to check all
the buildings in the Village to
Swine Flu Pandemic bacteria might linger. see which ones deserve to be Thanks for the Memories TV comedy series. My story
The very word “pandemic” Most face masks will not singled out, Kay Marvin and Century Village residents can scooped the rest of the media
is meant to frighten us. There work, and you will be wasting Edythe Pekin had this fun task. rest easy now. The TV cable that Jack had such intentions.
is no reason for anyone to your money. For a mask to We noticed on our ad- problem has been all but settled, It is hard to believe that
panic. work, it must be rated N-95, venture ride throughout the due to the magnificent efforts of radio was so deeply imbedded
When we think of the flu, it and fit your face snugly. If it is community that the ground VP David Israel and his enlight- in American homes. So let me
is important to remember that not an exact fit to your face it maintenance on the majority ened cable committee — as we list some of the all-time favor-
it has visited us every year will not work. The snug fitting of the buildings, even though all have noted in the last edition ites of radio: The Goldbergs,
for most of our lives. The flu N-95 mask will restrict your some plantings were very old, of the UCO Reporter. Hobby Lobby, Bob Hope,
last year accounted for 36,000 breathing and most of us will were well kept. Ha! My mind wanders back Our Gal Sunday, Fibber Mc-
deaths. The reality is that the not be able to breath thru it for Although there were many to yesteryear before televi- Gee and Molly, The Shadow,
flu does not cause a major more then a few minutes. favorite plants repeated sion (there was a time before Major Bowes’ Amateur Hour,
problem for us here in Century The most important thing throughout the Village, we TV?!?). Those were the days, Father Knows Best, Burns and
Village. With flu shots and our to remember is that this is not also saw a variety of differ- my friends, when nearly every Allen, Duffy’s Tavern, Kate
open environment, we do not Mexico. Our hospitals will ent plants. home had one radio, as com- Smith, The Lone Ranger, and
have a major flu problem. be able to treat you with very We had been instructed pared to today’s “videots,” The Andrew Sisters.
The current flu is affecting few problems. Remember to make our judgment on whose every home has at least It’s a new world today, a new
young people, not seniors. The that next year, it will be very the overall look, including four or five TV sets of various versatile variety of competitive
best way of contracting the important to get your flu shot. the painting and placement sizes — sometime depending programming, a new invasion
flu is in enclosed places, not Your health and safety com- of flora. on how many children are in concerning computers with its
large places like Publix, or our mittee receives all updates We recommend as a good the family. YouTube and Google with a
Clubhouse. To avoid the flu, it from County Health as well idea before planting to go The jump from radio to more personal impact.
is best to use antibacterial hand as the CDC. We will be sure around and look at what other video came shortly after World So, hats off to President
cleaner or wipes after touching to let you know when it is OK plants have been used and how War II. But some movie stars George Loewenstein and Vice
items such as handrails where to panic. o they look at different times of and entertainers were skeptical President David Israel for
the year. to try the new medium. their knowledge of the kind
FAQ from AARP wrinkles? Don’t forget to check out I can personally recall my of programs best suited for
Q: Where can men over the age A: Take off your glasses. the Mounts Botanical Gardens special interview as a feature CV residents — for the lowest
of 60 find younger, sexy women Q: Why should 60+ year old as well. o writer for the AP in New York prices available.
who are interested in them? people use valet parking? with entertainer Jack Benny, As Bob Hope would say in
A: Try a bookstore under A: Valets don’t forget where Gate Pass: $3.25 for 90 who had just arrived in the his signature song Thanks for
fiction. they park your car. days. New Transponder: Big Apple to sign a special the Memories, we conclude
Q: How can you increase Q: Is it common for 60+ year contract with CBS to do a new with “Amen Bob, amen!!!” o
$26.75. Replacement
the heart rate of your 60+ year olds to have problems with
short term memory storage?
Transponder: $16. Please,
old husband?
try to have the exact

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A: Tell him you’re pregnant. A: Storing memory is not
Q: How can you avoid that a problem, retrieving it is a change. We cannot take
terrible curse of the elderly problem. anything higher than a
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have also been many changes


to the Behr Paint line, like
better manufacturing process-
es, constant experimenting Transportation
Maintenance to develop environmentally
Claudette
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Jerry Karpf smell, allowing Behr Paints to LaBonte
be competitive with the rest of
the outdoor paint industry .
One of the services that
this company gives is when
As usual, I started the meeting to any stranger who wants to a painter uses their paints the We are continuing our ef- will provide a mobile pack
off with several announcements. gain entry to your apartment or people that have contracted to forts to provide the best ser- and ship service in our Vil-
The first item was about one making you an offer that seems have their buildings painted vice possible. You will notice lage. Tentatively, the van
of the companies who provide too be to good to pass up. can ask to have a representa- that our drivers are doing a would be at the Clubhouse
services to the unit owner in I then read our disclaimer: tive of the paint company to ridership survey so we can on Mondays at 10:00 a.m.
Century Village in the field of UCO and the Maintenance come out at various stages of include new stops by re-ar- until noon and Wednesdays
drying out apartments. This Committee does not endorse the paint job, and inspect the ranging our schedules. Also from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m.
company has been charging or approve of any vendor, way their paints are being ap- ongoing is our Test Control to The start date is unknown at
very high prices. If you are manufacturer or product. plied, and if there is any kind obtain information regarding this time since the new van is
having any water problems Comments from any lecturer of problem, they will make the savings in gas consumption. being refitted for full service.
where floods and water dam- are strictly their own and not painter redo any area that does At issue is whether or not it Watch Channel 63 for further
age has occurred, you should those of UCO and The Main- not meet with their approval. would be economical to shut updates.
try to get several prices before tenance Committee. After the paint job has been the buses down rather than All stamps will be sold at
proceeding. If you need the Our guest speakers were completed, the representatives leave them idling. USPS face value and parcels
names of any companies deal- Mr. Mike Barbara and Mr. of the paint company will issue A combination of the rid- up to two pounds will be
ing with cleaning up flooded John Seidensticker; both are a written seven-year guarantee ership inventory and the test included at the USPS rates.
apartments, call me or come representatives of Behr Paints, against peeling, chipping, and control may enable us to in- Thereafter, on items over two
into the UCO office. one of the most popular paint change of color. stitute a summer schedule. We pounds, we would be able
The next announcement manufacturers in the United In June, we will have a suggest you watch Channel to select a more competitive
had to do with a product that States, as confirmed by the workshop dealing on how to 63 closely in case there is any option, such as UPS, FedEx,
I had found for sealing cracks recent issue of Consumer Re- prepare for the hurricane sea- sudden change. DHL and road freight. This is
in cement. This product is ports and by the Paint Manu- son and some new changes in At last, “Good News”: to be a full service opportunity,
great, it comes in a tube and facturer Institutes. the insurance laws. Remember, We have received a letter of except for money orders.
is applied with a caulking gun. Mr. Seidensticker went on the June meeting will be held intent from Eagle Shipping We are all looking forward
The only problem is it must be to tell everyone about a paint on June 9, 2009, at 10 a.m. in Center. They indicate they to this service. o
purchased from a supply store his company makes which is the Clubhouse in Room C.
and you have to buy it by the one of the best paint primers In the meantime, enjoy this
case. If anyone is interested in in the paint industry at this great weather, and I will see
purchasing this product, con- time, which is called Kilz. you at our next meeting. o
tact me and I will give you the This paint now is now being
name of the product and where made in colors and is getting
you can buy it.
I also gave another warning
very high marks in quality and
the way it covers old paint and
Alzheimer’s In
about a new scam. A man is water spots and is very easy to Your Home?
going around to random apart- apply. Memory loss? Inconti-
ments trying to gain entry by Mr. Seidensticker went on nence? Same questions
claming he is a representative to describe the development of asked over and over? Al-
of Comcast saying he is trac- another paint that is now in the zheimer’s support group
ing a problem in the cable market; it is a spot primer, and meets every Tuesday, 1:30
line. Do not allow this person is used to cover up blisters and p.m., at the Baxter Build-
in your apartment; ask to see cement patches that develop ing, 800 Northpoint Park-
identification first and call on an Association’s catwalk. way, Suite 101B (one block
Comcast to verify if the man The name of this paint is Behr north of 45th Street). Call
is supposed to be doing what 436 and it comes in, and I kid Jo-Ellen Smith, 561-683-
he claims. If he has no ID, call you not, a pink can which 2700, or email jsmith@
the Sheriff at once. Remember, should help you find the paint zcare.org. No doctors! No
you must stay alert at all times on store shelves easily. There sales!

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Clubhouse you. Thank you! a Scrabble board.


Please do not be dismayed Among our Foreign Lan-
Library over the “loss” of so many guage books we have French,
By Dot Loewenstein
Yesterday I saw an amazing
books. We have one volunteer Spanish, German, Dutch, He- Your Theater
who works in a public library brew, and one or two that
feat in our library — a 1,000 and knows more rules than we. really surprised us in Nor- Claudette
piece puzzle that had been in
progress on “table two” had
One rule: “there will always wegian! A couple who had LaBonte
be more books.” Some books recently been traveling asked
been completed. So what, have been there for more than if we had anything in Swahili
you ask? Well, I’m not sure a year, untouched, and were (I kid you not). Unfortunately,
how it was accomplished, but removed, some to recycle bins, our answer was “not yet, but
the puzzle had been moved to some to the V.A. (thank you, we never give up hope.” Do you know what you are three different styles of their
“table one” without any pieces Jean and Leslie), and others The center of attention missing? The Theater is now talent, including some cos-
missing. Yes, it was placed on into your home by our request. since our opening is a paint- considered off-season, but we tume changes), they came
a table that already had a fin- Many of you read our flyer, ing by Helen Zeigler, our have been pleasantly surprised down from the stage and an-
ished puzzle on it! This table asking you to take items home 90-plus artist, whose work at the quality of entertainment swered questions and spoke
is not really that big, and those prior to cleaning day, lighten- can also be seen downstairs we have had. to the patrons who wished to
who moved it must have real- ing our burden considerably. in the exhibition by Tom On the last Saturday of stay and talk with them. They
ized how important it was for Thanks! Jones, our famous artist who April, we had the Motown- really stirred this audience and
visitors to see two completed Newcomers may not be has continued with a tremen- ers, who of course, were out- looking stage front, the scene
puzzles of such a tremendous aware we have specific tables dous undertaking to enhance standing. The surprise of all was like looking at a small
size. Applause!!! (two only) for puzzlers and our clubhouse with works by was on May 2, when Richard family reunion.
By the time this is in print, two tables (back right and our many professional and Terry presented his “Friends Many times I have written that
your library volunteers will front left) for lap toppers — amateur artists. The display Review.” Mr. Terry brought even if you don’t know the “No
have removed every book did I just invent a new word? is rotated from one hallway with him five of the nicest, Name” performer, take a chance
from every shelf, and the The remaining four tables are to another, so you don’t have young, talented entertainers. and join us. These performers
housekeeping staff will have cleared three times daily by to stroll the entire building at They were way beyond what go overboard in their efforts to
cleaned each shelf. This pro- a volunteer who recently lost one time — just wait, and the some might consider a year- entertain and please us.
cess is being repeated for the his seriously ill son. If you art will come to you (such as end recital. The variety of So I say it again, take a
second year, and really re- see him working, feel free to the bus waiting area). their talent and presentations chance on the following:
quires a lot of cooperation on offer your condolences. If you Please remember our slogan: were memorable. He included • Sat, June 6, 8:00 p.m., Shel-
all sides. Since, at this date, we wish to donate items other “Return or replace whatever a singer, an interpretive ballet ley Kulor
have no idea which volunteers than books and puzzles, it’s you borrow” This gives us a dancer, a harpist who was 18 • Sat, June 13, 8:00 p.m.,
will be helping, we must use OK — we have, in the past, wonderful turnover of inven- and had been playing since she Dana Paul
this space to simply say thank received talking books, vid- tory, always of interest and was five, duo violinists and • Sat, June 20, 8:00 p.m., Tom
you to each and every one of eos, playing cards, and even never boring. Welcome! o a pianist that could certainly Stallone
challenge Michele LeGrand • Sat, June 27, 8:00 p.m.,
on the 88s. David Wayne
Karaoke continues every Tuesday night The nicest part of the eve- For details on the opening

from 6:30-9:30 pm at the Guest Pool and


ning was how receptive the acts, and the above perform-
audience was to these young ers, please pick up a copy of

Friday night from 6-9 pm in the Clubhouse people. As an added feature,


following their performances
The Happenings at the ticket
office.

Party Room. Come join the fun — music, (they each did approximately See you at the theater. o

dancing and singing. Road rules at intersections: Making a turn,


you are required to signal. This is not only the
law, it is essential for safety. The first vehicle to
reach the intersection has the right of way. If
more than one vehicle reaches the intersection at
the same time, the vehicle on the right has the
right of way. Do not assume that any other driver
knows these rules. Pull out of an intersection
cautiously and, if possible, signal with a gesture
to the other driver(s).

Wear something white when


walking at night; carry a flash-
light so you can be seen all
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Rolling Out the Boxes — Cable, That Is and DVDs at the time of in- Dvice local and blow the rest on food.
By Antoinette Salometo stallation. Any problems will The site dvice.com, pow- The Acer Ferrari 5000 lap-
There’s been a lot of talk about the new cable contract with Com- be taken care of at that time. ered by the SciFi Channel, top is so-called because it uses
cast and I was curious to see what was going on and when we could However, for most of the in- fuels our vice for gizmos, gad- the same carbon-fiber casing
expect the changes. So, I attended the Cable committee meeting on stallation period in the Village, gets and other devices. Here’s as Formula One race vehicles.
May 8 and got a lot of useful information. Let me share with you. Comcast will have a tech — so just a sampler of the science And it’s pretty fast under the
As you are probably aware, the rates will be going up about if there’s a problem, there will nonfiction seen: hood, so don’t use it while
five dollars a month for cable programming. It’s not possible be someone available to help. So you think the iPhone is driving.
for UCO to change the rates we are currently paying, because Change is sometimes difficult, an overpriced pretentious cell- You’d have to be cuckoo not
coupons have already been printed and distributed for the year. but for some of us, this is our first phone with too much stuff and to want the Chococlock! This
So UCO will be paying the additional rates for those connected step into the “Digital Age,” let’s not enough phone. Wait’ll you cuckoo-style clock dispenses
with the new boxes until the New Year. In 2010, the additional consider it an adventure. o hear that Wal-Mart is selling candy (or anything around that
monies will be included in our maintenance fees. the iPhone! There’s a catch: size) on the hour. It’s only $35,
What do we get for the additional money? A digital box and It’s not only underpriced, it’s plus shipping from Europe, which
remote will be installed, so that we can receive 83 channels of Channel 63 Memo undermemory. Unless you’re brings the final total to…can I
Basic and Expanded Basic, Digital Starter, Video on Demand The Channel 63 lineup is as follows: David Hume Kennerly, you settle for a Mickey Mouse watch?
and 48 music channels. They have kept most of our Basic and All UCO, Special and Town Hall Meetings should get by on four gigs. Wanna listen to the radio
Expanded Basic channels and included a few more (see schedule appear at 56 minutes past the hour until 6 Eazo, a Chinese computer but don’t wanna hear jocks or
in the May Reporter), but the additions are interesting. minutes after the next hour. company, puts something in ads? Now you can: Catch the
I checked out what Video on Demand was and found it to be Odd Hours show Announcements and Classes. their setups no American com- PopCatcher radio, which will
an interesting mix of new and vintage movies (they say 6,000), Even Hours show Clubs and Organizations. pany does — luxury. For up scan through stations and, as
documentaries, shows, etc. My personal favorite will be the The recorded Delegate Assembly will be to $50,000, you can buy a a bonus, record the songs on
48 music channels — which run the gambit from classical to shown for five days at 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. desktop with wood paneling, your MP3 player. They finally
hip-hop, a little something for everyone. All requests for your information to be Swarovski crystals or magne- invented a VCR for FM!
We’ve lost HBO, but this can be added individually or if
shown must use the provided form at the
sium casing. Or you can buy From the Internet
UCO office. Instructions are on the form.
there was 100% participation at a cost of five dollars a month
per unit. In addition, the equipment will be upgraded so that
any changes in the broadcast signals will be received on our
analog TVs. Comcast has also agreed to supply Channel 63 with ARTHRITIS PAIN?
upgraded equipment, which they will repair as needed. This is
important, as 63 is our communications tool in the Village — NOW THERE IS
the place to go for updated information.
Now, you are going to want to know about boxes for your A SOLUTION!
additional TVs. Our current cable will continue to broadcast
the Basic and Expanded Basic that we have. However, we will RECENTLY APPROVED TREATMENT
receive up to two additional boxes later in the year or early
January. These boxes will not offer the enhanced package, but
will assure that the current programming on Channels 2 thru
AT NO COST, IF YOU QUALIFY.
100 can be received by analog TVs. Once again, if you would
prefer additional programming — tell the representatives when
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL:
you make your appointment. There is no additional charge for
these two boxes.
561-312-0912
When can we expect to see some changes? The plan is to
start distributing and installing new cable boxes as early as
OR 561-762-7672
June. Representatives of Comcast, Christine Saxon and Larry
Lewis, stated that they were heading a group at Comcast to plan
and initiate the installations. The plan that they brought to the
Cable Committee, for their input and agreement, was the topic
of the meeting.
A-1 A-1 Plumbing
Beginning in early June, specific Associations will be advised
that their unit owners can come to the Clubhouse to set up an Const & Design No Service
Charge!!
appointment for installation of the boxes. This process will be
ongoing and continue till every unit has been hooked up. The
notification will be on Channel 63, billboards, calls, etc. The 22 yrs Plm Bch Cty
unit owner is responsible for setting up the appointment with
Additions
13730896

the tech, and also discussing with Comcast at that time any
special programming they want or currently have. There will HONEST
Roofing
be representatives available to answer questions, concerns,
and problems. Any unit owners physically unable to get to the
Clubhouse to make this appointment will be advised of a number Remodeling AFFORDABLE
to call and the tech will assist you in making the changes.
At the time of installation, the Comcast tech will train you Kitchen/Baths Stop-ups,
on the new equipment, but should you need more help or have
questions, there will be ongoing training in the Clubhouse. Repairs Water Heaters
Comcast will be responsible for servicing and repairing their
equipment at no charge to the unit owner, but should your FREE IN-HOUSE Repairs
problem be in your equipment (TV, VCR, DVD), there will be
a charge. Calling a service representative to walk you through DESIGN Remodeling
a problem could save you this charge.
Now, for the question of “Snowbirds” — how will they get We do it all!!!
hooked up? Starting in June, those residents who are here will Member
receive their new equipment and training. Comcast is aware that
possibly 50% of our residents will not be here till late autumn
or early winter. They will be scheduling additional installations
for November and January. As the residents come back, they
561-374-8533 561-714-1072
will make their appointments with the Comcast representatives. Lic/Ins CGC043324 Lic/Ins CFC1426833
Their TVs, etc. will work, but will not have the enhanced pack-
age till the boxes are installed.
Comcast techs will assist you in hooking up your VCRs
Page 12 THE UCO REPORTER June 2009

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Only $95.00 and up with this Coupon
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Car must be in before Noon…

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June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 13

Tips to Prevent Take inventory of your

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possessions, such as jewelry,
Burglary TV, weapons, stereo equip-
Lock your doors when you ment and computers. Photos
go out. 60% of residential bur- and descriptions will help for
glaries occur during daylight insurance purposes and iden-

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cupied. photos in your safety deposit
Don’t leave your name and box. Update periodically.
address on your key ring. If If you are burglarized, call
you lose it, a dishonest person the police immediately and do
could gain entry to your home. not touch anything or attempt
Leave a spare key with a to straighten up while you wait
trusted neighbor or friend, not for the police to arrive. You
under a doormat or planter, on may ruin important evidence.
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The Guards have requested


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When attending live shows at the
building up both sides with
asphalt, more gates have been
residents. Also, all WPRF
property require a Village ID
It will be on Friday, June 12 at Clubhouse, shorts are not allowed;
1 p.m.; we will be happy to see
broken each month. There or Guest ID to enter or use. you there. o all patrons must wear long pants or
were 15 broken gates in the That means the Clubhouse,
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Cambridge H - Seasonal rental bldg w/12" ceramic tile in kitchen / hallway, hardware upgraded......................................$22,000
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Canterbury F - Beautiful and spotless...................................................................................................................................$26,000
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Kent L - Nicely furnished; carpeted throughout...................................................................................................................$29.900
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Northampton Q – Partially furnished; ceramic tile and carpeting........................................................................................$15,000
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Northampton S – Nice, neat apartment across from Kent pool; close to entrance. Priced right!.........................................$29,900
Norwich A – New kitchen countertops. Close to east gate and clubhouse..........................................................................$32,900
Sheffield A – Nice corner apt in rentable bldg with newer appliances.................................................................................$35,000
Sheffield B – Drastically reduced to sell. Beautifully refurbished throughout. On water. Ready to move in....................$27,900
Somerset G – Beautifully decorated corner unit. Near pool and tennis center....................................................................$49,900
Southampton B - A must sell w/ patio overlooking golf course...........................................................................................$29,900
Sussex A – Nice apartment. Priced to sell!..........................................................................................................................$29,900
Windsor M – Motivated seller. Clean. Shows well.............................................................................................................$29,900
Windsor Q – Corner unit. New a/c, close to pool, great location; new appliances and enclosed patio with fan.................$37,900
Windsor R – Beautifully decorated. Move-in condition......................................................................................................$29,900
2 Beds/ 1 - 1.5 Baths
Canterbury A – Updated corner unit apartment. Hurricane shutters by Sunshine. Cat, bird or fish allowed......................$49,900
Canterbury G - Nice quiet area w/ new a/c...........................................................................................................................$39,900
Chatham B – Beautiful sunset views from enclosed patio. Scenic water views. 1st floor..................................................$59,900
Coventry F – Pet friendly bldg. Rare Find!!!........................................................................................................................$39,900
Dorchester A – Great Value! Ceramic tile throughout. Light and bright............................................................................$36,100
Dorchester B – Clean, pretty apartment. Central a/c...........................................................................................................$39,900
Dorchester D – Corner unit. Next to Dorchester pool. Great price; taking offers..............................................................$39,900
Hastings B – Corner unit. Near Health Club. Open kitchen. Shower stall.........................................................................$49,900
Northampton M – Corner unit; central a/c; ceramic tile. On canal.....................................................................................$39,900
Norwich A – Beautifully furnished. Remote Control fans & a/c. Hunter Douglas in front................................................$45,300
Norwich B – A must see!......................................................................................................................................................$29,900
Norwich C - Nice, clean; new appliances; stall shower; tiled throughout. Rentable building............................................$35,000
Norwich E – Furnished. Central a/c. Rentable bldg. Enclosed patio; tiled........................................................................$42,000
Sheffield A – Lots of potential in a corner unit apartment in a rentable bldg with water view............................................$35,000
Sheffield D – Corner apartment on canal. Newly installed stall shower. Mexican tile throughout....................................$52,900
2 Beds/ 2 Baths
Cambridge B – Professionally decorated corner unit. Move-in ready. Enclosed patio. Garbage disposal........................$58,000
Greenbrier B - Nicely furnished. Beautifully furnished; a/c compressor new. Great view................................................$60,000
Greenbrier C – Corner apt w/ golf view, updated kitchen and bathrooms...........................................................................$75,000
Oxford 400 – Beautifully maintained and furnished. Hurricane shutters on porch...........................................................$89,900
Plymouth A – By appointment only....................................................................................................................................$120,000
Salisbury H – 1st fl. Corner unit. New central a/c. Home office. Lots of storage.............................................................$68,000
Stratford K - Anxious owner.................................................................................................................................................$51,900
Wellington J – Lovely lake view..........................................................................................................................................$85,000

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Consumer Traps • Few leases address the received an email offering her to pay you for something, Trap
need to move for a job. Mi- a job she could do from home. insist on a cashier’s check Brad’s Lake Worth home is
and Tips chael should make his move She would be a secret shopper for the exact amount, pref- upside-down. He now owes
By Dennis Moore known to the landlord in helping the business evaluate erably from a local bank. more than it is worth, and even
Palm Beach County writing as soon as possible. various companies. She agreed • Why can’t the bank tell if worse, he is one month behind
Consumer Affairs Division Working amicably with the and was sent her first assign- the check or money order is on his mortgage. In the road
********** landlord will give Michael ment along with a check. Edna fake? With current technol- median, he saw a sign for a
Topic: Know Your Lease the best chance to minimize was to cash the check and wire ogies crooks can make very company that claimed they
Before You Break It! lease-breaking penalties. the bulk of the money using convincing fake checks could reduce his mortgage
Trap • If Brenda’s request for two different money transfer which can take weeks to payment, modify his loan and
After a long period of unem- repair is ignored by the companies. She was to keep be discovered. You are re- reduce the amount he owed.
ployment, Michael finally got landlord, her next phone ten percent of the money as sponsible for any funds you Brad paid the company $1,400
a job offer in North Florida. call should be to Code En- payment. Edna followed the withdraw against a check up-front to start the process.
He needs to relocate in order forcement for Palm Beach instructions only to later dis- presented to the bank. Don’t Now, when he calls the com-
to be employed. Brenda is a County or her municipality cover the check was a fake assume a check is good un- pany all he gets are excuses
single mom whose electricity to request an inspection. and the bank was holding her less you know the person or and delays.
keeps going out. A roof leak Code violations will result responsible for the full amount until the bank can confirm Tips
was repaired but Sam’s water- in mandated repairs by the of the check. the check has cleared. Loan modifications are
damaged furniture was not. property owner. She should Tips • Resources: www.fake- complex and more difficult
What do these three have in also call Consumer Affairs. How to recognize fake checks.org; www.ftc.gov; to achieve than advertised.
common? They want to break Giving the landlord the op- check scams: www.nclnet.org; www. Whether a loan can be modi-
their leases by vacating their portunity to make repairs • Variations: It can start with fraud.org. fied depends on variables
apartments early. will save Brenda a lot of an offer to pay you to work ********** including property type, em-
Tips trouble. Breaking her lease as a “shopper.” You could Topic: Loan Modifications
Carefully read the entire should be her last resort. receive an “advance” on — Not So Easy Continued on Page 23
lease agreement before mak- • Sam’s lease likely has a sweepstakes you’ve “won.”
ing a decision you may regret. clause stating the landlord is This might be the first “pay-
What you don’t know may not liable for any damage to ment” from the millions of
I’m cleaning apartments
cost you! Just like a signed personal property. Renter’s dollars promised to you for in your neighborhood
contract, failure to honor a
lease could result in financial
insurance provides addition- agreeing to transfer money and can do yours.
al protection. If Sam breaks from a foreign country to
penalties. In this economy, his lease over this issue, he your checking account. Call me for my old-
no one can afford debts that will probably incur costly • You are sent a check but
may be avoided. The Florida fashioned personal service.
penalties and perhaps a trip are required to wire money
Landlord/Tenant Act requires to court to enforce the lease. back. There is no legitimate Not an agency.
written notice to landlords ********** reason for someone who is
when vacating, whether early Topic: Fake Check Scams giving you money, to ask Lorena
or at lease end. Many leases Trap you to wire money back to 561-585-3256/561-503-7515 cel
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Basic Disaster Supply Kit


Everyone needs to prepare that have had milk or juice in • Plastic eating utensils Your Property: Special Needs Shelter:
for emergency situations, but them. • Tissues Before hurricane season, The county special needs
shopping can be expensive Sanitize the bottles by add- • 2 rolls of paper towels make a complete inventory shelter only accepts resi-
and strenuous. Shopping for ing a solution of one teaspoon • 4 rolls of toilet paper of your valuables and per- dents with a physical con-
items a little at a time before of non-scented liquid chlorine • Liquid dish soap sonal property. Take a photo dition requiring medical or
an event can reduce the stress bleach to a quart of water. • Mosquito repellent inventory and mail a copy nursing care.
of recovery by avoiding long Swish the sanitizing solution • Sunscreen to your out-of-town contact. • Need nursing assistance
lines and empty shelves. in the bottle so that it touches • Matches/lighter This will be very important with medications or medi-
Food: all surfaces. After sanitizing • 2 pairs of latex gloves should you need to make an cal care assistance
• 1 gallon of water* per per- the bottle, thoroughly rinse • Broom, mop and bucket insurance claim. • Monitoring vital signs or
son per day for at least 5 out the sanitizing solution with • Unscented liquid bleach Be sure you put all your medical condition or activi-
days, for drinking and sani- clean water. Health: important papers together in ties of daily living, but do
tation Fill the bottle to the top with • 1 bottle of shampoo a waterproof bag or plastic not require hospitalization
• Sandwich bread (freeze regular tap water. If needed, • 1 box hand sanitizer wipes container: Photocopies of • Need constant electrical
until needed) add two drops of non-scented • 1 tube of toothpaste credit cards, insurance and power for medical equipment
• 2 cans of ready to eat soup bleach to the water. Tightly • Deodorant Social Security cards. Don’t Pre-registration is required
• 1 box of crackers and/or close the container with the • Extra supply of prescrip- forget your insurance prop- for individuals needing to use
granola bars original cap. Be careful not tions erties and other documents, the special needs shelter.
• Dry cereal/Pop Tarts to contaminate the cap by • Oxygen such as birth and marriage Have Patience
• 4 cans of fruit (2-4 pack) touching the inside with your • Contact lens solution certificates, three years of Damage after a hurricane
• 5 cans of meat (tuna, chick- fingers. Place a date on the • Extra pair of glasses your IRS returns, mortgage, is unpredictable. It can take
en, Vienna sausages, corn outside of the bottle — replace • Extra hearing aid batteries and wills, to name a few. several days — this is why
beef hash) every six months. • Items for denture care Other Disaster Supplies: you need supplies for at least
• 4 cans of vegetables (beans, Storage: First Aid: • Battery powered lantern five days, preferable to have
baked beans, corn, peas) • Large plastic zip-lock bags • Antiseptic • Battery powered radio 7-10 days of supplies. In some
• 1 jar of jelly or jam • Plastic wrap • Anti-diarrhea medicine • Flashlight(s) cases, it can take several days
• 1 jar of peanut butter • Aluminum foil • Aspirin and/or acetamino- • Extra batteries (correct to restore power, phone, wa-
• 1 large can of juice (4 pack) • Assorted plastic containers phen sizes) ter and cable television. You
• Instant coffee/tea/powdered with lids • Adult vitamins (if needed) • Extra flashlight bulbs should have a landline phone
drinks • Heavy duty garbage bags • Hydrogen peroxide • Portable camp stove or grill — cell and portable phones
• Powdered or boxed milk • Waterproof portable con- • Band-Aids (assorted sizes) — do not use inside may not work.
* If you choose to use tainer with lid (to store • Roll of gauze or bandages • Fuel for stove and grill Prepare. Plan ahead.
your own storage containers, disaster supplies) • First aid tape • Video or disposable camera Ask your neighbor from
choose two-liter plastic soft Other Supplies: • Petroleum jelly • Fire extinguisher — know upstairs to join you and keep
drink bottles — not plastic • Paper plates • Rubbing alcohol where it is in your building you company. Don’t forget
jugs or cardboard containers • Plastic or paper cups • Tweezers • Extra change of clothes your out-of-state contact. o

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Rep. Pafford believes that Details About Asprin


legislators have a moral and There are other symptoms of a heart attack besides the pain
a constitutional obligation in the left arm.
From the Desk of to provide our citizens with One must also be aware of an intense pain on the chin, as
State adequate health care and our well as nausea and lots of sweating; however, these symptoms
children with a quality educa- may also occur less frequently.
Representative tion. Unfortunately, this bud- Note: There may be no pain in the chest during a heart
Mark S. Pafford get has too many critical cuts attack.
to both our healthcare system The majority of people (about 60%) who had a heart attack
and our educational system. during their sleep, did not wake up. However, if it occurs, the
Therefore, Rep. Pafford will chest pain may wake you up from your deep sleep. If that hap-
Budget Update children with disabilities such be unable to support a budget
This week, the Florida as the Florida School for the that dramatically cuts those pens, immediately dissolve two aspirins in your mouth and
legislature debated our state’s Deaf and Blind. With regard to important programs. o swallow them with a bit of water.
budget for Fiscal Year 2009- higher education, our colleges Afterwards, phone a neighbor or a family member who may
2010. The proposed budget is and universities will likely see live very near by and say “heart attack!!!” and that you have
approximately $65.1 billion, a seven percent base tuition taken two aspirins.
which is a significant decrease increase and Bright Futures Take a seat on a chair or sofa and wait for their arrival. Do
from previous years. Scholarships will likely be cut
The proposed budget cuts by $384 million. Seasonal not lie down!!!
A cardiologist has stated that, if each person after receiving
this e-mail sends it to 10 people, probably a life can be saved.
nearly $1 billion from educa- The FY 2009-2010 bud-
tion. With regard to grades get also deals a harsh blow
K-12, over the past two years, to our health care system. Residents From the Internet

Florida has cut public school The proposed budget cuts You may access the UCO
spending $1.4 billion or $445 Medicaid reimbursements to Reporter on the Internet at
per student per year. The FY county health departments by
2009-2010 budget does not $1.5 million and eliminates centuryvillagewpb.org.
replace those funds and con- 478 positions from the De- Those without comput-
tinues the trend with additional partment of Health. It cuts ers may leave 10" x 13" en-
cuts. The budget also elimi- “Minority Health Initiatives”
nates funding to programs nearly in half and cuts area velopes at the Reporter
which serve disadvantaged health education centers by office, pre-addressed and
children, such as the Boys and one-third. The budget also pre-stamped at the rate
Girls Club and Best Buddies, eliminates $16 million from
and significantly cuts fund- Mental Health and Substance of $2 for each issue re-
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ship in the Palm Beach County done later in the fall. For thosewe have remained strong and
Recreation Tennis
Jerry
Senior League and our trophy
is on display in the clubhouse.
residents who wish to join the
Tennis Club, see Tom Speerin
our Club has grown. More
people have been coming
Goldberg Our other team playing on at the Somerset Tennis Center down to the docks and are
Ladies’ Golf hard courts in Division 2 of during weekday mornings. learning how to sail under the
Sylvia As the height of this tennis the South Palm Beach Se- direction of Helga Lieb.
Whiting season draws to a very suc- nior League ended the season Sailing We encourage anyone in-
cessful conclusion, the mem- in second place. Gail terested in learning to sail to
The Turtle Bay Ladies’ Golf bership of the Tennis Club, Fei
The Club’s concluding come out and give it a try,
League season is again coming which now consists of 85 Men’s Tournament held last you will enjoy the experience
to a close. Fifty-seven mem- residents, would like to thank As we bid a fond farewell and will be welcomed by
month, with the entry of 14 of
bers played and celebrated all those who have devoted to the snowbirds, we now all the Club members. Sum-
our resident players, was won
at our end-of-the-year Tour- their time and effort toward take time to reflect on the past mer doesn’t mean sailing is
by Alan Cutler, our Club Presi-
nament Luncheon/Meeting making it so. From our “Wel- season and be thankful for the over, rather it means, come on
dent, and myself. The finalists,
on March 31. President Dot come Back” breakfast to our wonderful club that we have down and step into the nauti-
who also were awarded cer-
Rogers chaired the meeting closing “Club Picnic,” and all here in Century Village.
tificates and prizes, included cal world of Sailing Sunfish.
and thanked the members for the tournaments in between, Although we have gone Happy Sails to You!
John Margalotti, Richard Mie-
their help and support. The we have all enjoyed the ac- through some difficult times
zianko, and Vladamir Vidov.
League Tournament winners tivities at our Tennis Center. A adjusting to the cutbacks and
were announced by co-chairs special thanks goes out to Tom
Our Tennis Center will re-
other inconveniences, the Snorkel Club
main open to all our members Pat
Pat Mongiello and Barbara Speerin, our Center Director, Century Navy is raising their
and new players during the Izzo
Cornish. The three day tourna- who sees to it that all of our masts and still doing a lot of
hot summer months. It would
ment featured special gifts for players’ needs are met. smooth sailing. From the Fan- As I sit to write this final
be preferable to use the courts
each day of play and competi- We are also very proud of tastic Breakfast, to the Luau, piece, I am reflecting upon
during the early hours of the
tion for longest drive, closest the accomplishments of our monthly pot lucks, Tuesday a highly promising season
morning as we have no lighting
to the pin and best score. A Tennis Teams this season. Our races, Thursday Regattas, Fri- which turned sour by a very
for evening play. The resurfac-
highlight for play is “Most “traveling soft court” team day Navigational Races, and
ing of those courts that are in
Honest.” won the Division 3 Champion- our Enthusiastic Cheerleaders, Continued on Page 23
poor condition is slated to be
Tournament winners in the
18 Hole category were Class
A: First Place, Barbara Cor-
nish; Second Place, Pat Mon-
giello. Class B: First Place,
Carol Bannister, and Second
Place tie, Julie Lasalle and
Lolly Pollack. 9 Hole Win-
ners — Class A: First Place,
Rosemarie Vitullo; Second
Place, Anna May Lopiccolo.
Class B: First Place, Marilyn
Radonski; Second Place, Lou-
ise McPartland.
Special Tournament Com-
petitions were held on each
day of the Tournament. March
3 winners were 18 Holes: Edie
Reiter — Closest to Pin; Pat
Mongiello — Longest Drive.
9 Holes: Marilyn Radonski
— Longest Drive. March 10,
18 Holes: Maxine Bodman
— Closest to Pin, Barbara
Cornish — Longest Drive. 9
Holes: Rosemarie Vitullo —
Longest Drive. March 17; 18
Holes: Betty Libby — Clos-
est to Pin, Barbara Cornish
— Longest Drive. 9 Holes:
Juggie Gaum — Closest to
Pin; Faye Rosseti — Longest
Drive. Special recognition was
given to the “Most Honest,”
Beverly Klein and Carolyn
MacAllaster. Congratulations
to all our tournament winners.
Captain’s Choice play on
March 31 winners: First Place,
Cornish, Klein, Radonski; and
Second Place, Zeino, Rudnic,
Vitullo. Our league will con-
tinue as long as the course is
open. Summer play begins
at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesdays.
Information about the league
is available in the office (see
Debbie) or the Membership
Committee, Renee (471-8856)
or Edie (686-5143). Please
join us for supportive and fun
league play.
June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 23

Recreation Traps & Tips • Call the Homeowner Pres-


Continued from Page 22 Continued from Page 17 ervation Foundation at 888-
cool winter that caused us ployment status and the com- 995-HOPE, or go to www.
to cancel many snorkeling pany servicing your loan. hopenow.com.
outings. Mortgage loans are usually **********
However, we did manage sold into investor pools, and For more information, call
to stay active, and overall, the the investor plays a big role Palm Beach County Con-
season was quite pleasant. in whether your loan can be sumer Affairs at 561-712-6600
Our April meeting was not modified. If you are only be- (Boca/Delray 888-852-7362
well attended, reflecting the hind a month or two, a loan toll free) or visit www.pbcgov.
flight of the “early birds” to modification will probably not com/consumer to see if other
their scattered destinations. be an option. Here are some consumers have filed com-
Plans were made for next ways to avoid a loan modifica- plaints against the company
season’s activities and final tion nightmare: you are considering. Please
discussions were made for our • Loan modification scams note that Florida has a broad
coming trip. use a variety of tactics to public records law, and that
The highlight of April was find distressed homeown- all correspondence to me via
our yearly out-of-country jour- ers: public records, the In- email may be subject to dis-
ney for snorkeling. ternet and posters in median closure. o
This year, we went to Turks strips, to name a few.
Caicos, which is one of the
islands in the Bahamas at the
• Beware of statements
such as “Stop Foreclosure
LLLL
resort Club Med. Now!,” “We guarantee to
Club Med is an all-inclusive
resort, including all food,
stop your foreclosure” or
“We have a special relation-
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and snorkeling trips.
ship with your bank.”
• Keep communicating with
GENERAL DENTISTRY
The food was great, the your loan company.  Speak Conveniently located where you shop
snorkeling just fair, and with the Loss Mitigation
the nightly entertainment
merely fair.
Department or write a cer-
tified letter to your loan Crosstown Plaza
The ladies from our group company’s chief officer. Between Publix and Blockbuster Video
participated in daily activities • Never quit making your • Exams, Cleanings Call
and won medals: Estelle Step- mortgage payment, regard- • Crown and Bridgework

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pler won a medal for consis- less of what you are ad- • Implant Bridgework
tent exercise and Beth Baker, vised. • Partial and Full Dentures
Sandra Beaty, Horty Litter, • Call the Federal Trade Com- • Same Day Repairs, Relines 2885-H N. Military Trail
Kate Odoardo and Linda Mar- mission at 877-382-4357 • Other Phases of General Dentistry Hours by Appointment
cella won medals for tennis. for more options, or go to
See you by the sea. o www.ftc.gov.

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MARY JEAN MASTERS, LIC. BROKER


Office: 561-804-9603 • Fax: 561-228-6216
2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 107, WPB, FL 33411
www.maryjeanmasters.com • maryjeanmastersre@yahoo.com
Directions to Office: Okeechobee Blvd. W., over the turnpike to Vista Parkway. Turn
w w w . m a r y j e a n m a s t e r s . c o m right to 2101 Vista Parkway (Crexent Building suite 107, West Palm Beach, FL, 33411)
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH WINDSOR G - carpet, ceramic tile, shower stall only new H2O $32,000
CANTERBURY C - new furniture, ceramic tile, new appls $48,000 ANDOVER G - furnished, carpet, rentable $49,000
CHATHAM A - new furn,carpet, tile, central air $33,000 CAMDEN E - furniture neg, carpet, ceramic tile $42,000
CHATHAM D - beautifully furn, lots of light, waterview, ca $35,000 WINDSOR E - unfurnished, ceramic tile, carpet waterview $70,000
SUSSEX B - furnished, carpet, rentable, neg $45,000 SHEFFIELD C - partly furnished, washer/dryer in one, WV $75,000
DORCHESTER D - furnished, parquet floors, near pool $35,000 WALTHAM I - furnished, ceramic tile, carpet $45,000
GOLF’S EDGE E - unfurnished, ceramic tile, encl. patio $38,000 BEDFORD H - furnished/unfurnished, ceramic tile, carpet $45,000
BEDFORD E - unfurnished, lift!!!, carpet, lots of light $27,000 DORCHESTER B - furnished, CT, carpet, new AC turn-key $57,240
WALTHAM C - furnished, newer refrigerator and counters $44,000 SHEFFIELD O - furnished, beauty, quiet area, near Hastings $75,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED/1.5 OR 2 BATH NORWICH H - furnished, beauty, rentable, best offer $50,000
NORWICH F - handyman special, need lots of TLC $15,000 CAMBRIDGE H - stunning! furnished, new hurricane windows $69,900
CAMDEN L - furnished, near pool, rentable, shower stall $39,333 WALTHAM I - partly furnished, lots of light, new a/c, east gate $41,900
BERKSHIRE B - upgrades galore! shower stall CT, H2O vw $43,000 EASTHAMPTON F - furn, new a/c, nr east gate, priced to sell $35,000
BEDFORD G - hardwood floors, new vanities in bath $28,000 WALTHAM A - furnished, carpet, rentable, near CH - neg $35,000
BEDFORD J - unfurnished, porcelain tile, redone kitchen $35,000 HASTINGS B - unfurnished, carpet, lift, light and bright $44,000
NORWICH M - furnished/unfurnished, carpet, east gate $25,000 CANTERBURY C - new water heater, enclosed patio $59,000
NORWICH O - unfurnished, ceramic tile, near east gate $50,000 WALTHAM A - furnished, rentable, near amenities $68,000
SUSSEX A - furnished, ceramic tile, rentable $29,900 NORWICH L - furnished, rentable, great location $69,000
SHEFFIELD M - sweet and cozy, near Hastings FC $30,000 SHEFFIELD O - ceramic tile, pretty, garden view $75,000
WINDSOR M - furnished, central AC, garden view $49,000 GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED/1.5/2 BATH
CAMBRIDGE G - lots of upgrades!! ceramic tile, near pool $27,000 WINDSOR D - furnished, ceramic tile, garden view $45,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED/1.5 BATH EASTHAMPTON I - unfurnished, new a/c, carpet $0
NORWICH L - unfurnished, carpet, rentable $20,000 SOMERSET E - unfurnished, all brand new, 2 bath, water $64,000
SOUTHAMPTON A - wood floors, unfurn large patio $23,500 WELLINGTON G - unfurnished, ceramic tile, waterview, 2 bath $85,000
GOLF’S EDGE C - furnished, drive right up to, near east gate $26,000 NORWICH L - furnished, ceramic tile, rentable $44,500
BEDFORD F - furnished, pretty, great deal $35,000 SOMERSET D - furnished, ceramic tile, redone, waterview $99,900
GOLF’S EDGE B - handyman special, near east gate $32,000 PLYMOUTH K - ceramic tile, upgrades galore!! beauty $179,500
DOVER B - waterview, beauty, near clubhouse $65,000 NORWICH J - furnished, near east gate, great price!!! $30,000
CAMDEN E - furnished, waterview, near pool, rentable $35,000 COVENTRY E - furnished, ceramic tile, pets ok, near clubhouse $55,000
WINDSOR N - beauty, near pool and west gate $46,900 KENT D - new everything, tenant in place $75,000
NORWICH - rentable, newer appl. carpet, unfurnished $16,000 NORTHAMPTON J - very pretty, rentable, waterview $89,900
UPPER 1 BED/1.5/2 BATH UPPER FLOOR 2 BED/1.5/2 BATH
STRATFORD O - furn/unfurn, wd, wood fl, all new 2 baths $49,900 WELLINGTON E - furn-neg, c/a, waterview, carpet, ceramic tile $59,900
DOVER A - fabulous, furnished, waterview, upgrades $58,900 WELLINGTON L - unfurn, waterview, 2 baths, bamboo floors $95,000
PLYMOUTH F - furnished, carpet, not rentable, drive up to $23,000 GOLF’S EDGE - furnished, carpet, golfview $35,000
WALTHAM I - furniture - neg, carpet, ceramic tile $35,000 CANTERBURY G - unfurn, c/a ceramic tile, carpet in bedrooms $33,000
WINDSOR L - unfurnished, redone, new kitchen and bath $25,000 COVENTRY D - furnished, CT/carpet, new refrig., & H2O $28,000
WELLINGTON A - partly furnished, ceramic tile waterview $40,000 WALTHAM B - furnished, carpet, rentable, near east gate $39,000
DOVER C - partly furnished, ceramic tile, Berber carpet $45,000 STRATFORD B - 2 baths, ceramic tile, lots of light $52,500
HASTINGS F - furnished, carpet 2 AC units, newer water heater $25,000 NORTHAMPTON J - furnished, very nice, carpet, rentable $33,000
GREENBRIER A - unfurnished, new refrigerator, golf view $62,000 BEDFORD H - partly furnished, waterview, storm shutters $40,000
BEDFORD F - furnished, pretty, great deal $35,000 WELLINGTON J - nicely decorated with furniture, granite tops $149,000
CHATHAM U - heart of community, 6 months free maintenance $35,000 SUSSEX E - unfurnished, upgrades, ceramic tile $52,000
SALISBURY D - furnished, lift included, walk to east gate $25,000 OXFORD 100 - furnished, waterview, steps to pool $49,999
GREENBRIER A - partly furnished, absolutely gorgeous $83,900 WINDSOR G - furnished, ceramic tile, gardenview $35,000
STRATFORD N - furnished, nice location $23,000 GREENBRIER A - partly furnished, renovated, golfview $103,500
GOLF’S EDGE G - carpet, ceramic tile beauty $45,000 GROUND FLOOR 2 BED/1.5/2 BATH
DOVER C - central air, elevator bldg, near clubhouse $29,000 NORTHAMPTON M - furnished, ceramic tile, waterview, beauty $38,000
EASTHAMPTON D - lovely furnished condo, near east gate $35,000 SOMERSET C - partly furnished, ceramic tile, and extra storage $68,000
NORWICH H - lots of upgrades, near east gate $42,000 NORTHAMPTON M - furnished, CT, carpet, waterview 2 bath $45,000
WELLINGTON F - furnished, waterview, elevator in building $73,000 STRATFORD A - furnished, near east gate, close parking, 2 bath $48,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED/1BATH CHATHAM D - unfurnished, ceramic tile, waterview $58,000
CAMDEN L - unfurnished, rentable, knock down kitchen $25,000 CHATHAM Q - furnished, carpet, waterview, shower stall only $42,000
WINDSOR F - furnished, walk in shower, enclosed patio $26,000 COVENTRY G - furnished, ceramic tile, new vanities, pet friendly $34,000
KINGSWOOD D - furnished, carpet, garden view $20,000 OXFORD 200 - furnished, ceramic tile, new kitchen $73,500
WINDSOR E - furniture-neg, carpet, waterview $19,000 WELLINGTON C - furnished, ceramic tile, new a/c $60,000
ANDOVER B - new kitchen, 2 a/c units, carpet, ceramic tile $28,000 NORWICH H - unfurnished, rentable, upgrades $65,000
BEDFORD G - furnished, ceramic tile, carpet $25,000 HASTINGS C - ceramic tile, across from Hastings pool!!! $39,000
NORTHAMPTON S - beautiful, ceramic tile , upgrades galore $28,000 NORTHAMPTON H - furnished, waterview, rentable $39,000
CANTERBURY H - wow! 50 in TV, CT in kitchen and dining $30,000 NORWICH L - furnished, rentable, private area, neg $37,500
BERKSHIRE F - furnished, great buy, just walk right into $28,000 CONDOS OUTSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE
CHATHAM S - furnished, beautiful waterview $25,000 VINE TREE TRAIL - 2/2 fully furnished, washer/dryer, waterview beauty
CHATHAM K - unfurnished, rentable, very nice area, lake view $27,000 1200 ann/2000 sea
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH CRESTA CIRCLE - 4/2.5, single family home, incredible lakeview,
CAMDEN I - unfurnished, near pool, great garden view $29,900 burglar alarm, tile floors, furnished, hurricane shutters, community
BERKSHIRE J - furnished, wood flooring, great deal $19,900 activities, and amenities. absolutely gorgeous!!! $295,000
CAMDEN C - furnished, ceramic tile, beautiful $26,000 MYLA LANE - 2/1 bath, unfurnished, very clean, rental
WINDSOR N - furnished, beauty, near west gate $31,000 $700 ($1,000 deposit)
BERKSHIRE G - furnished, carpet, near west gate $18,500
DORCHESTER E - furnished, ceramic tile, rentable after 1 year $23,000
CAMBRIDGE A - furnished, ceramic tile, carpet, enclosed patio $27,500 SPECIAL FEATURES
CANTERBURY K - furnished, ceramic tile, upgrades $23,000 GREENBRIER
SUSSEX C - furnished, carpet, new appliances, redone $19,900 This 2 bedroom 2 full baths is completely ready to walk
DORCHESTER A - furnished, carpet, new a/c unit $18,000 right into. Partly furnished, no couch, no den or master
NORWICH M - furnished, Berber carpet, 3 ceiling fans $33,000
SUSSEX M - beauty, furnished, lift included $33,000 bedroom furniture. Fantastic golf view. Pool view in front.
NORWICH L - partly furnished, rentable, carpet, near Hastings $16,000 $103,500
WINDSOR D - furnished, waterview, near west gate $37,000 WELLINGTON
BERKSHIRE G - ceramic tile, carpet, rentable $27,000 This 2 bedroom/2 full baths is the state of the arts. Archi-
BERKSHIRE G - rent to own, close to west gate $28,900 tecturally design that includes a spectacular waterview,
CAMDEN J - new bathroom utilities, new water heater $19,900
KINGSWOOD C - pretty, rentable, close to amenities $55,000 hard wood flooring throughout, completely renovated,
COVENTRY E - new furniture, central a/c, mirror walls $39,900 kitchen featuring granite countertops, extra storage, built-
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED/1.5/2 BATH in shelving, custom closets. All this for $149,900!!!
CAMBRIDGE E - carpet, partly furnished, CA, garden view $43,000
COVENTRY K - walk-in-shower, pet friendly, furnished $52,000
June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 25

www.maryjeanmasters.com • maryjeanmastersre@yahoo.com
Office: 561-804-9603 • Fax: 561-228-6216
2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 107, WPB, FL 33411
Directions to Office: Okeechobee Blvd. W., over the turnpike to Vista Parkway. Turn right
MARY JEAN MASTERS, to 2101 Vista Parkway (Crexent Building suite 107, West Palm Beach, FL, 33411)

Kurt’s LIC. BROKER
• • • ANNUAL RENTALS • • •
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED/1 BATH
Opinions SHEFFIELD Q carpet, redone kitchen and bath $550
NORTHAMPTON R furnished, ceramic tile, beautiful $500
Kurt Weiss CAMDEN I unfurnished, carpet, gardenview $550
WINDSOR B furnished, carpet ceramic tile $525
ANDOVER C furn., carpet, encl tile porch, glass top range $550
CHATHAM S furnished, carpet, waterview $500
CAMBRIDGE B furn/unfurnished, ceramic tile $350
NORTHAMPTON R furnished, new carpet, freshly painted $475
The Golf Course — Again? lished in the UCO Reporter EASTHAMPTON B unfurn, green carpet, new appliances $400
When in the mid-summer BERKSHIRE G furnished, carpet, ceramic tile $400
(issues May, June, July, and SALISBURY G furnished, carpet, ceramic tile $595
of 2005, the owner of the August 2005). UCO was in- SUSSEX A unfurnished, redone, carpet, ceramic tile $600
golf course and his prospec- formed that the owner of the BERKSHIRE G furnished, near west gate, rent to own $400
tive buyer, D.R. Horton, fi- GROUND FLOOR 1 BED/1 BATH
golf course would apply for a CHATHAM S furn, carpet, waterview $500
nally gave up, many among us zoning change, which would KENT G furnished, ceramic tile, carpet, own pool $475
thought that this was the end. enable him to sell it to D.R. CAMDEN L furnished, carpet, near west gate $600
It now appears that we are in KENT I furnished, carpet, next to laundry room $450
Horton, who then would build  CAMDEN L unfurnished, ceramic tile, near pool $525
for a return bout. hundreds of housing units. SUSSEX D furnished, ceramic tile, 2 a/c units $500
Many of our neighbors may The Village areas, which KINGSWOOD D furnished, carpet, gardenview $500
have forgotten what occurred KINGSWOOD A furnished, carpet, ceramic tile $550
are adjacent to the golf course, CANTERBURY I furnished, carpet, stall shower $600
in 2005 or did not live in the are Southampton, Golf’s Edge BERKSHIRE G furnished, carpet new appliances, near west gate $500
Village at that time. and Greenbrier. When this SALISBURY F furnished, ceramic tile, carpet, gardenview $575
Let me repeat the pertinent CANTERBURY H furnished, ceramic tile, new appliances $550
became known unit owners NORTHAMPTON R furnished, carpet, near pool $550
facts of this episode, all of in Southampton, joined later NORTHAMPTON N unfurnished, carpet, waterview $495
which were previously pub- DORCHESTER J furnished, new carpet, new appliances $500
Continued on Page 42 ANDOVER E furnished, carpet, ceramic tile $600
CHATHAM N furnished, carpet, linoleum $500
Wet Dreams Charters, LLC KINGSWOOD D unfurn, ceramic tile, carpet, new app. 1 mth free
CANTERBURY F
CAMDEN B
furnished, new bathroom, wood floors
sweet with lake view, newer appliances
$500
$600
$550
SHEFFIELD F furnished, near Hastings fitness center $525
Largemouth and SHEFFIELD D furnished, near fitness center, garden view $600
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED/1.5/2 BATH
Peacock Bass Fishing SOUTHHAMTON B furn, carpet , large patio $500
STRATFORD O furn/unfurn., carpet, ceramic tile, waterview $650
in South Florida SOUTHAMPTON B furnished, carpet, golfview $575
SOUTHAMPTON A furn, carpet, development has own pool $550
Call Doug Harris 954-914-9439 CHATHAM U unfurn., ceramic tile, carpet
WELLINGTON A furn/unfurn., carpet, ceramic tile, waterview
$400
$650
or wetdreamscharters.com WALTHAM I
EASTHAMPTON D
furnished, ceramic tile, carpet, near east gate
furnished, carpet, near east gate
$550
$700
HASTINGS B furn/unfurn, pergo floors, gardenview $575
EASTHAMPTON F furnished, carpet, near east gate $495
NORWICH C furnished, carpet, gardenview $500
SALISBURY F furnished, new appliances, ceramic tile $525
NORWICH H upgrades galore!! ceramic tile, furnished $550
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED/1.5 BATH
NORWICH L unfurnished, carpet $450
SHEFFIELD N furnished, very clean, carpet/ceramic tile $600
KENT I furnished, near Kent pool $550
813 N. Military Tr. W.P.B. Fl. 33415 SUSSEX B furnished, carpet $550
CANTERBURY F furnished, lower set back, near pool $550
“We’ll pick you up” GOLF’S EDGE C furnished, ceramic tile, drive right up to, water incl. $550
50% off for weekend specials UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
WELLINGTON L 2 baths, bamboo floor, tile $850
Great weekly rates COVENTRY H furnished, ceramic tile, carpet $650
ask about our senior discounts CANTERBURY G unfurnished, ceramic tile, carpet, c/a $600
COVENTRY B unfurnished, 1 bath, central air $650
Call us today (561)-616-3799!!! HASTINGS B furn/unfurn, ceramic tile, redone, lift $700
WINDSOR F furnished, ceramic tile, gardenview $600
STRATFORD K furnished, larger patio, ceiling fans $600
WALTHAM B furnished, carpet, new roof $600
WINDSOR G partly furnished, ceramic tile, garden view $575

WILLS, TRUSTS,
COVENTRY A furnished, wood/carpet floors, nice patio $800
NORTHAMPTON J furnished, waterview $600
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED1.5/2 BATH
CANTERBURY E furnished, ceramic tile, new cabinets $500
ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE, ANDOVER E furnished, carpet, ceramic tile $600
REAL ESTATE LAW WINDSOR M furnished, carpet, central air
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
$550

NORTHAMPTON N unfurnished, carpet, ceramic tile $600


OXFORD 300 unfurnished, new kitchen, carpet tile, pets allowed $850
GEORGIANA F. DAMBRA GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED/1/1.5 BATH
COVENTRY A furnished, hardwood floors, carpet in bedrooms $700
KAREN LEVIN ALEXANDER GOLF’S EDGE F furnished, ceramic tile, golfview $700
COVENTRY E furnished, carpet ceramic tile, c/a $750
Attorneys at Law NORWICH H unfurnished, ceramic tile, carpet, near east gate $700
CHATHAM D furnished, ceramic tile, new kitchen $850
ALEXANDER & DAMBRA EASTHAMPTON F
WINDSOR E
furnished, new a/c, near east gate
unfurnished, carpet, ceramic tile, waterview
$600
$700
CANTERBURY G furnished, ceramic tile, linoleum keeps cool $575
5737 OKEECHOBEE BLVD. CAMBRIDGE D furnished, carpet, dishwasher $750
WALTHAM A furnished, cook island, central AC $700
SUITE 201 SHEFFIELD O beautiful, extra clean, cul-de-sac $650
(561) 471-5708 CHATHAM K newly redone
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED/1.5 BATH
$725

WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33417 CAMDEN H


NORWICH F
furnished, carpet/linoleum, ex storage, near pool
furnished, carpet
$480
$600
LOCATED IN THE WINDSOR J furnished, ceramic tile, garden view, beauty $750
NORWICH C furnished, carpet, garden view $575
BANK ATLANTIC BUILDING SALISBURY F
NORTHAMPTON B
furnished, near east gate and clubhouse, clean
furnished and waterview
$525
$650
1/4 MILE EAST OF THE TURNPIKE UPPER FLOOR 2 BED/1BATH
NORWICH L furnished, ceramic tile $500
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A True New Password Failure up the computer so the boy


Gary the Geek ordered the can play a game. Out of adult
Yorker program FreePass online so sight, the boy clicked on the
Understands that he didn’t have to memo- Internet icon and clicked on a
There is no north and rize passwords when he went bookmark representing a porn
sou th . It’s “up to w n” or on various web sites. He fol- site. Hearing telltale sound ef-
“downtown.” And east or lowed the standard advice to fects from the site, Gary raced
west is “cross-town.” not have the same password to the computer, clicked on the
You ride in a subway car for every site, but it’s a chore FreePass icon and ordered it to
with no air conditioning keeping track. Now, with the forget all his stored passwords.
just because there are seats new software installed, he Gary is going to go back
available. doesn’t have to worry. to his old method of writing
You take the train home One day, his brother, who down passwords on an index
and you know exactly where brought his wife and son card. It’s not foolproof, but at
on the platform the doors will along, came over. Gary set least it’s kidproof.
open that will leave you right From the Internet
in front of the exit stairway.
You know what a “regular”
coffee is.
It’s not Manhattan — it’s
“the city.”
You cross the street any
where but on the corners and
you yell at cars for not respect-
ing your right to do it.
You move 3,000 miles
away, spend 10 years learn-
ing the local language and
people still know you’re from
Brooklyn, Long Island or the
Bronx the minute you open
your mouth.
You return after 10 years
and the first foods you want
are a “real” pizza , a “real” ba-
gel, and “real” Chinese food.
You are not under the mis-
taken impression that any
human being would be able
to actually understand a P.A.
announcement on the subway.
You’re not the least bit
interested in going to Times
Square on New Year’s Eve.
Your internal clock is
permanently set to know
when alternate side of the
street parking regulations
is in effect.
You know what a bodega is.
Someone bumps into you
and you check for your wallet.
You don’t even notice the
lady walking down the road
having a perfectly normal
conversation with herself.
You cringe at hearing peo-
ple pronounce Houston St. like
the city in Texas.
The presidential visit is a
major traffic jam, not an honor.
You can nap on the subway
and never miss your stop.
That’s New York, baby! Ya
gotta love it.
From the Internet

Social Security
Office Location
1645 North Congress
Avenue, West Palm Beach,
FL, 33409, 1-800-772-
1213.
Half mile south of Okee­
cho­bee on the right side of
the road, right next to a
Citgo gasoline station.
June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 27
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Organization News Hadassah, Judith Epstein


Chapter at CVWPB: Meets
in private homes. Troim, 684- the language, this group is
8686. under the guidance of Edy
Call the Rover:
3rd Wed at 11:45 am for mini- Sharon. Meetings are held 1st 502-8103
lunch, 12:30 meeting at Cong Yiddish Culture Chorus: 50 and 3rd Sun from 1:30 to 3:00
Amit Rishona Chapter: In-
Anshei Sholom. Suzanne, members, men and women. pm year-round. For info, call This is the new
vites you to join us 2nd Tue at
Aitz Chaim (Bess, 478-0735).
686-4241. Leader is Shelley K. Tenzer. Edy, 687-4255. o
Knowledge of Yiddish not
number to call due
Holocaust Survivors of the necessary. Edy, 687-4255. to the change of se-

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B’nai B’rith Century: We
Palm Beaches: Yom Ha’Shoah
meet every 4th Sun, 9:30 am,
(Kathy, 689-0393). Yiddish Vinkl: An informal curity firms to the
for breakfast meetings at Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom. For
group of Yiddish lovers who
Irish-American Cultural gather to speak, hear and sing
Weiser company.
more info, call Arnold Rimm,
Club of CV: Meets 1st Tue in
689-1918.
CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For
info, call Robert, 917-704-
If You’ve Fallen ...
Brooklyn U.S.A.: Meets 2
Never Be Alone Again !!
nd
0223.
Wed 1:30 pm in CH Party
Room. We are a social, vol-
Italian-American Culture A+

unteer organization, open to as low


Club: Meets 3rd Wed, 2:00 pm, as $14.95
former or present residents of
Party Room of CH. Member- a month
Brooklyn, as well as spouses
ship open to all. Lots of great
and significant others.
activities.
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Lots of great activities. Betty, TM MADE
continental breakfast is served in the
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at 9:00 am, followed by our “NATIONWIDE COVERAGE”
Madelaine, 684-5595. 1.888.435.7915
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OUR SYSTEM CAN BE RELOCATED SEASONALLY
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creating welcome kits for the
Century Village Comput-
veterans at the VA Center at
er Club: Meets 1 st and 3 rd
Military Trail and various po-
Thu, Nov-Apr (1st Thu only
sitions at the Center. We find
May-Oct), 1:00 pm, CH Par-
our volunteer work helpful and
ty Room. You must have a
rewarding and welcome new
computer or WebTV to be
members. Dorothy, 478-6521.
a member. Dues are $12/yr
($18/couple) and entitle you
Knights of Pythias: You are
to attend lectures, register for
invited to join Palm Beach
classes. Meetings consist of
Rainbow Lodge #203, meet
Q&A period, business session,
2nd and 4th Mon at North Coun-
occasional speaker, drawing
ty Senior Center, Northlake
and door prizes. For more info,
Blvd. We welcome new mem-
visit cv-computerclub-wpb.
bers, duals, reinstatements and
com or call 615-4094.
transferees from out of state.
We are a fraternal brotherhood
Christian Club: Meets Wed,
fostering the credo of friend-
1:00 pm in Room C.
ship, charity, benevolence.
Mike, 615-0218.
Deborah Hospital Founda-
tion: Now meets 2nd Fri in CH
Na’Amat USA (Pioneer
Party Room at 11:00 am.
Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00
pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi-
Duplicate Bridge at Hast-
torium for mini-lunch and
ings Clubhouse: Every Mon
interesting programs, guests
at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00
welcome. For info, call Rhoda,
pm. If you need a partner,
478-8559. Coming events: Jun
call Mimi, 697-2710, leave
2, card party at Kings Chinese
message.
Buffet (Florence, 683-8453;
Rhoda, 478-8559); Jul 14, sail
Evangelical Christian Net-
on the Palm Beach Princess
working Club: Meets 1st Fri,
w/Vegas gambling, buffet
6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH.
lunch, entertainment (Rae,
We share relevant info among
242-5181; Sylvia 686-5350);
ourselves and with our com-
Oct 13-27, deluxe 15-day trip
munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve,
to Israel, space is ltd (Sylvia,
389-5300.
686-5350); Dec 4-13, 9 nite
Caribbean cruise on the NCL
Exploring Life’s Situations
Dawn incl round-trip trans
with You: Meets 1:30-2:30 pm
to Miami (Sylvia, 686-5350;
every other Wed for 3 mos. Fa-
Marlene, 684-8357).
cilitated by Dr. Marilyn Ducati
and Les Rivkin (psychothera-
Yiddish Advanced Reading
pists). Limited capacity of 12.
Group: Menke Katz Reading
For more info or to register,
Circle invites readers to join
call 687-3935 or 616-5942.
group headed by Troim Han-
dler. Currently reading Night
Greater Philadelphia Club:
by Elie Wiesel in Yiddish.
Elaine, 615-6697.
Meetings are twice a month
June 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 29

Safety to be removed in emergency We want to wish you all ers license is a privilege, not Office’s Crime Prevention and
By George Franklin situations, this can save time a very healthy safe summer a right. Your license can be Fraud Units, The Palm Beach
Well, folks, I guess the sea- and costly repairs. Have you season and will be looking for taken away from you for many County State Attorney’s Office
son is wrapping itself up now; removed valuables? It is a very your return in the fall. Until reasons by the DMV. You and some of our committee
the snowbirds are starting to good idea nowadays, with GPS next time, be safe out there! must drive with caution at all members speaking on hazard-
leave and things seem to be a and other electrical items that ********** times. Be a defensive driver, ous materials, driver safety and
bit quieter here in the Village. are used. These are attractive Well, folks, as you know not an offensive one. Serious emergency medical informa-
Now, what safety tips am nuisances and could lead to this article is written every accidents as this one can and tion. Many persons were taking
I going to speak about in this car breaking and entry, and the month to help protect all of our must be avoided at all costs. notes and many questions were
issue? Let’s start with persons loss of a valuable product, not residents by explaining many The car appeared to me to asked of our guest speakers.
leaving for the season. Have to mention the vehicle damage. different options to help keep be totaled from what I saw and After the meeting, speakers
you left a key to your unit In the event you need to be our residents safe and secure. the costs of the Fire Rescue I stayed and made themselves
with the President or a neigh- contacted, you should always Over the course of this past am sure was expensive. The available to our residents for
bor and asked that the unit be sure someone in your build- year, I have written many ar- hospital bills for four people further questions and answers.
be checked periodically? If ing has your emergency contact ticles on Driver Safety what to will be monstrous I am sure, Folks, I know that there are
you have left a car here, have information at all times. We all do and not to do to avoid motor and a palm tree possibly is many of our residents that now
you removed all valuables? know how hot it gets here in the vehicle accidents. Yesterday, ruined and will have to be re- will not be victims of crime
Locked it? Left the key to the summertime. Driving with the April 14, 2009, I was watching placed. This is what happens or accidents. This was a very
car with a friend? Do your windows up, air conditioner on the six O’clock news and low with motor vehicle accidents. successful program. We are
friends and the Association and radio going could possibly and behold, Century Village Now, if this accident was looking forward to our next
have your summer address be a problem. You must be alert was in the headlines. caused by anything other than meeting to be held sometime
and phone number? Emer- at all times while driving. For those of you that did a medical condition, it could in November. Look for the in-
gency contact information? Check your rear and side view not catch this news item, it have been avoided. Please, formation that will be coming
Let’s look at some of these mirrors constantly. Keep right at seems one of our residents in please pay attention to what out and don’t miss the meet-
suggestions. In case of wa- all times unless passing another the Somerset area drove into you are doing when behind the ing! It promises to be another
ter pipes bursting or fire or vehicle, keep your eye on the three people and then a palm wheel driving. good one! Until the next time,
other problems, the key to traffic flow — and very impor- tree and almost into the lake! On another more pleasant be safe out there!
your unit should always be tant — the law that says if there is A very serious accident as all note: Our Third Annual Safety **********
available to the Association an emergency vehicle on the side four persons were taken to the Committee Town Hall Meeting Folks, well I hate to write
and or a neighbor or friend. If of the road, you must move over local hospitals. Not knowing was held April 14 and a total of what I am going to write, but
a problem should occur and into the next lane. This is very all the facts on this accident 63 persons attended. Not a bad it seems that it is a necessary
entrance must be gained to the important, as a traffic accident but just seeing the news report showing, but it could have been evil and needs to be done.
unit, having a key can avoid or traffic stop-by, officers can be lends me to believe that either better. There was some won- On April 15, I wrote about
costly repairs from breaking distracting. By moving over, you the driver was not paying at- derful speakers from agencies the serious motor vehicle ac-
a window or door to gain are helping to keep the area clear tention to their driving or was in our area, such as the Senior cident here in the Somerset
entrance. Your vehicle that and will avoid accidents. You can in a medical situation. vs. Crime project of the Florida area. The morning of the 16th,
you have left here…is the key be cited for failure to move left; I cannot impress upon all Attorney General’s Office, it was reported to me there
available? Again, in case it has this is the law. of our residents that a driv- Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Continued on Page 34

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clubhouse, central a/c................................................ 24,900 LUXURY 2/2’s
WINDSOR H Corner, new a/c furnished near gate & pool, WELLINGTON D Great exposure, wonderful
GREAT DEAL!!!...................................................... 24,900 association, tile on cul-de-sac................................... 59,900
WINDSOR E Poolside, furn on water, great price.. 24,900 WELLINGTON K lovely oversized patio, tile, like new
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updates throughout.................................................... 54,000 GREENBRIER B Corner, terrific building, views of pool
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GOLF’S EDGE F Pristine freshly painted lovely view GREENBRIER C All new kitchen & baths, new a/c &
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GOLF’S EDGE E Turnkey nicely furnished, walk to NORWICH D 2/1.5 2nd fl. furnished, pristine cond ...............................................550
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GROUND FLOOR 2 BEDROOM/ 1 ½ BATH CANTERBURY I 1/1 2nd fl laminate fl, like new clean as a whistle......................550
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As of May 1, 2009
detector in
Committee..................................................................... Chair G OT
Advisory......................................................Randall Borchardt
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Beautification......................................................Sandy Cohen
ment and
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Benches & Signs............................................... Haskell Morin change the Air Conditioning • Portable/Windows
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Cable.....................................................................David Israel battery once a Licensed & Insured
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Community Relations.......................................Ted Silverman


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Safety
Continued from Page 29
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in the Plymouth area where a
vehicle drove into the laundry
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Relations Best Buy for our centenarians. Window Springs Repaired
Ted Silverman Thank you, Avis. Wallpaper Removal
Hope that you had a good
spring and have an even better Small Repairs of Any Kind
summer. o CV Resident
The Community Relations
Committee, comprised of
This means that just like last
year, Riverside Bank will pay Don’t drink and 561-319-1012
members Leslie Darrigan, for the printing and mailing drive in Century Vil-
Phyllis Frishberg, Jackie Kar- of our invitations, the large lage: Stay safe on our
lan, Betty Lapidus, Eileen birthday sheet cake honoring roads!
Pearlman, Myrna Schecter, our guests of honor and an
Maria Levy, Lori Torres and individual small birthday cake
myself, have started prepara- for each centenarian. When I
tions for this year’s Dessert thanked her for this support,
Buffet, honoring our centenar- Blanca said, “You are forget-
ians. This year’s celebration ting something important.”
will take place on Thursday, “What?” I replied. “Once
October 29, from 1:00 p.m. to again on party day, Michael,
4:00 p.m. in the Party Room Crystal and I, and one or two
at the Clubhouse. more volunteers, will be there
To date, we have thirteen to help you at the celebration.”
Century Villagers of 100+ Patrick McMaster, general
years of age, and each will manager of the Golden Corral
receive an invitation and reply Restaurant, will once again
card to this event. Each cen- contribute desserts to this
tenarian will also be entitled festive occasion. Last year
to bring two guests, be they it was Jello, brownies and I
family members, health aides am hoping that this year’s
or friends. contribution will include their
Ms. Blanca Perez, branch unbelievable banana pudding.
manager of the Riverside Phyllis Frishberg and I have
Bank, has informed me that composed letters to those who
once again they will be happy supported last year’s festivi-
to support our Dessert Buffet. ties to attract additional new

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Temptations, The Supremes,


Tony Bennett, Wilson Pickett,
Connie Francis, The Drifters,
Arts & The Four Seasons and more!” This & That
I almost hate to say it but, by
Entertainment golly, it sounds like a Century Dr. Marilyn
Irv Rikon Village show. So much so, that Ducati
to me it would make sense if
Florida Stage were to stage
a few preview performances
at Century Village. We have
Locally, at this time of the passion he personally feels for knowledgeable, hep audiences Where have all my friends injustice by his belief in as-
year, things come and go. Heat the works of Mr. Albee. here who would surely be gone? I’ll tell you — they are sisted suicide.
comes. Snowbirds go. Arts The play runs through June receptive to such a thing. (It snowbirds and some of them Throughout his career, he
and Entertainment continue 14 and is followed July 17 by won’t happen this season, so snowflakes. Century Village has been a selfless believer
for those who remain here, Noel Coward’s Private Lives. the theater’s telephone number is quiet once more. in death with dignity and has
albeit in abbreviated form. Two divorced people acciden- is 585-3433 or online: www. More room in our theatre, sacrificed his medical license
The schedule for incoming tally meet at a swanky French floridastage.org). less crowded restaurants and I toward that cause.
Century Village shows has hotel. Their love is rekindled Kravis on Broadway (Kra- see it also as re-election time. The topic is definitely
not yet arrived as I write this, until they start fighting again: vis Center, West Palm Beach) Although I’m having a knee re- thought provoking and I be-
but outside the gates, here are “You can’t live with ’em; you brings back Mamma Mia! placement in June, I’m hoping lieve there will be many differ-
some A&E highlights: can’t live without ’em!” This August 4-9. This of course to make it to my This & That ent approaches and attitudes to
Theater classic comedy runs through is the popular musical based group every other Monday. a man that society has labeled
Fifty years ago, Edward Al- August 16. (For reservations on the songs of ABBA. For The topic for Monday May 4 “Dr. Death.”
bee wrote a one-act play, The and additional information, subscribers, the 2009-2010 is Dr. Jack Kevorkian and his I would sincerely hope to
Zoo Story, which catapulted telephone 514-4042 or online: season contains other exciting battle to legalize euthanasia. hear from Century Villagers
him into the top ranks of play- www.palmbeachdramaworks. hit musical offerings: Grease Dr. Kevorkian has always about any ideas they may have
wrights. Now in his 80s, Mr. org). opens the season November been my personal hero, al- for forthcoming discussions
Albee has written a first act, Florida Stage (Manalapan) 10. The Tony Award-winning though there are many people at This & That — all ideas
but as the old adage says, “If has the World Premiere of revival of Rodgers and Ham- who do not see him as I do accepted with Irving Lazar’s
it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.” Yankee Tavern by acclaimed merstein’s South Pacific sails and feel he commits a social permission. o
Being given its Florida playwright Steven Dietz. The in January 5. A Chorus Line
Premiere by Palm Beach Dra- publicist has this to say about dances in February 2. Jersey
maworks (West Palm Beach),
At Home At the Zoo has two
stylistically mismatched acts.
it: “A dramatic thriller set in a
crumbling tavern in New York.
A young couple is caught in a
Boys, the story of Frankie Valli
Continued on Page 40
{ { { { { {
In the original Zoo Story, a web of conspiracy theories
man named Peter sits alone surrounding the 9/11 attacks
reading on a New York City
park bench. He’s approached
by another man, Jerry, who
when, in an instant, outlandish
hypothesis becomes danger-
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a riveting monologue, which Some Kind of Wonderful and
eventually leads to physical
confrontation and bloodshed.
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problem: While Act Two is
written in the language of fifty
years ago, Act One is written
in contemporary language,
including much use of the
“F” word accompanied by a
lurid description of perverse
sexual intercourse. And Peter
seems to be a different man:
Relatively passive in Act Two,
he appears to be something of
an aggressor in Act One. In
short, there’s a fundamental
disconnection between the
two acts: And as in most of
Albee’s plays, his people are
not the sort you’d want to
invite to your dinner parties!
On the other hand, you should
see Todd Allen Durkin and
his portrayal of Jerry. That’s
award winning acting! Wil-
liam Hayes directs with the
Page 40 THE UCO REPORTER June 2009

The Reader’s Arts & Entertainment gust 30. A final time for the scheduled to co-star with Gor- The economy: Ballet Flor-
Continued from Page 39 publicist: “A badly wounded don McConnell in the open- ida ended this season early
Corner and The Four Seasons, plays confederate soldier returns to ing show of Florida Stage’s for lack of funds. The dance
By Lenore Velcoff a three-week run beginning his Jewish plantation on the 2009-2010 season. It’s a World company is still struggling
I read the book Multiple March 10 (all other shows are last day of the Civil War. He Premiere by Seth Rozin en- to obtain additional mon-
Blessings by Kate and Jon one week only), and Burn the encounters his former slaves, titled Two Jews Walk into A ies. Palm Beach Opera has
Gosselin and Beth Carson Floor, a dazzling display of also Jewish, and begs them War. “Hysterically funny and scheduled a thrilling 2009-
because during the summer, ballroom dancing, stirs all the to take care of him. The final amazingly poignant,” to return 2010 season that includes
when I am away from my hec- juices May 4 (832-7469 or climax, set to the backdrop of to the words of a publicist, “in Verdi’s Otello, Mozart’s Don
tic life here in Century Village, www.kravis.org/broadway). a Passover Seder, will resonate a dilapidated old synagogue Giovanni and Bizet’s Carmen,
I watch their TV show Jon & The Caldwell Theatre with you long after.” (877- in Kabul during the final days but it opens with non-operatic
Kate Plus Eight and enjoy it. Company (Boca Raton) has 245-7432 or www.caldwell- of the Taliban regime, the one performances of Beethoven’s
The show is about a couple two summer shows: Vices: theatre.com) thing that binds the Jewish Choral Symphony, probably
who have twins and then sex- A Love Story is a World Pre- Additional Notes community together is — they as a means to cut down on the
tuplets. miere musical. Says the pub- The Kravis Center pres- hate each other’s guts.” The expenses necessary for oper-
The sextuplets are ador- licist: “The pastiche musical ents a dance show, Celtic play was inspired by a true atic sets. o
able and fun to watch grow. style encompasses Manhattan Woman, which has become story. I myself was in Kabul
However, the book is not about Transfer, Queen, Celine Dion very popular thanks to Public in pre-Taliban days. Although Do not hire any handy-
them or their twin sisters — it and Patti LaBelle, with 30s Television. May 29 and 30 are Afghanistan’s population is men, contractors or paint-
is about Kate Gosselin, their musicals tossed in for good the dates. overwhelming Muslim, I met ers without seeing a copy of
mother. She shares her per- Elsewhere, the economic Afghans who believe that they their license and insurance.
measure. The dance style will
spective on the pregnancies, downturn has hit the local are descendents of “the lost Remember, if the work-
be instantly recognizable to
births and early months of the ers do not have insurance
fans of So You Think You Can entertainment industry hard. tribes of Israel.” Afghanistan
lives of her eight children. The and are injured on your
Dance.” I couldn’t have said Avi Hoffman’s New Vista was, and I’m certain still is,
book covers the part of the property, you can be sued
that better myself! Running Theatre is busily fund-raising an interesting place. I’ll have
Gosselin’s life that watchers and may also be held re-
dates are July 8-August 2. The but may not take in enough more to say about Florida sponsible for any damage
of their show are not familiar Whipping Man by Matthew to carry on to next season. Stage’s next season is a future that they may cause to
with — the early years of their Lopez runs August 12-Au- Meanwhile, Avi himself is column. your Association.
life together, the twins and the
entire sextuplet pregnancy
experience.
The book is narrated by
Kate, though Jon’s name is
listed as one of the authors. It
is also obvious that Kate told
her story to Beth Carson who,
in turn, wrote the book. Kate
states that she is “godly,” but
she hardly shows any action
to support this. There is lots of
talk of God and lots of thanks
to many people, but I did not
find her sincere and I did not
believe much of what she
wrote. Throughout the book,
she seems to defend her ac-
tions, yet you get the feeling
of her “sense of entitlement.”
Kate Gosselin is a control
freak and her husband has the
patience of a saint. While we
learn about Kate, we learn
little about Jon and just a bit
about their families.
This is a “grandma” book.
It is easy reading and keeps
your attention, but I could
have done without the heavy
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I have completed a full I am working with Boca
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Office and have implemented Asher, former Attorney Gen-
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the leadership of the local Consistent with my pledge
gangs. We also are designat- to make this County the safest
ing one of our prosecutors as place to be a child, I have cre-
a special prosecutor in the U.S. ated the Special Victims Unit
Attorney’s Office to handle (SVU) which will investigate
our gun cases. Currently, we and prosecute crimes against
can obtain tougher sentences children and sex offenses. I
in federal court for many of have assigned senior prosecu-
those cases. tors to this Unit who share my
Additionally, I have estab- vision that there is no higher
lished a Public Integrity Unit calling than to protect our chil-
to investigate and prosecute dren and to vindicate the rights
official corruption and mis- of victims of sexual abuse.
conduct matters. I have staffed Finally, we face a continu-
that section with a senior ing financial crisis. That means
prosecutor and an experienced we are being required to do
investigator. I hope to be a more with less. We remain
leader in restoring a climate of committed to keeping you safe
accountability to this county. I, by holding those who harm us
however, remain mindful that responsible and accountable.
we have hundreds of elected That commitment does not
and appointed officials who change with economic cycles.
serve selflessly and without I love my job. Thank you
any glory to better our com- for allowing me to contribute
munity. to the community as the State
As I promised, I have de- Attorney.
veloped and started a Spe- Contact Mr. McAuliffe at
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Kurt’s Opinions with D.R. Horton were unpro- about 220 buildings (up to Let me assure you that Jeff’s Movies at Home
Continued from Page 25 ductive. three stories) — a density akin replacement will see things There’s a site called hulu.
by owners in Golf’s Edge and It should be stressed that our to a densely populated housing our way, as will the majority com that you can see full length
Greenbrier, organized a “Pro- County Commissioner, Jeff project. (four members) of the County movies on the Internet at home,
active Committee for Century Koons, made it quite clear that The “revival” of the failed Commission. legally, without a catch. Noth-
Village” to fight the zoning he does not back the proposed attempt to bring about a radi- Precondition for our future ing to buy or download. All you
change. zoning change (See his letter cal change in our way of life success in preventing any zon- have to do is have broadband
The reasons for our op- in the UCO Reporter, June requires — again — a clear ing change of the golf course DSL and sit through commer-
position were clear: When 2005 issue, Page one). decision by UCO and its Presi- adversely effecting us, is that cials every few minutes. While
we purchased our units, it No further attempts were dent to once again stand up we all stick together, present a you can, check out:
was evident the golf course made to bring about a zoning and do what is necessary to common front and do not get The Manhattan Project:
was one of the amenities we change and this episode came maintain and preserve our way entangled in anything which It’s a weird science project.
should be able to use and that to an end late summer-early of life and to ascertain what is not in the best interest of It’s the 80s. It’s (not) a bar-
it should not be zoned for any autumn 2005. It was not to was promised to us — is kept. Century Village. o rel of laughs when a student
other purpose, but as a golf end then, however, and we Rumor has it, that this new makes an atomic bomb as
course in perpetuity. Many now witness a renewed effort attempt for a zoning change UCO Office his homework. John Lithgow
owners purchased their units to bring about a zoning change is made now, because our
because we could enjoy large
Hours: Monday (Footloose) plays the teacher.
which would permit the course County Commissioner Jeff Missing: Sissy Spacek (Car-
green open areas in the back owner to build 600-plus hous- Koons cannot run for reelec- thru Thursday, 9:00
rie) in a real horror story: A father
of our buildings.  ing units. tion (term limit) and whoever am-1:00 pm; Fri- searches for his lost son in South
The Pro-Active Commit- Let me stress that the Vil- would replace him should be
tee’s viewpoints were adopted
day, 12:00 noon- America (don’t laugh: Jack Lem-
lage and UCO, its elected easier to “persuade.” Ours is mon, The Odd Couple).
by the rest of the Village and a representatives and admin- a Democratic voting district. 4:00 pm.
From the Internet
public gathering of well over a istration, joined the areas
thousand made it clear that this adjacent to the golf course,
attempt to change the zoning not just out of sympathy, but
would be fought before the for reasons which have direct
zoning commission, and if impact on our way of life.
necessary, before the County The contemplated new
Commission, and — as a last housing project will not be an
resort — in court. Many who adult community for people 55
wished to participate in the and older. It stands to reason
gathering had to be turned to assume that in such a com-
away. There were no parking munity there will be many
areas left around the Temple, children, among them many
which had to be used since the authorized to drive. There
Clubhouse was destroyed. would be between 600 and 800
A motion in the Friday, May additional cars, which would
6, Delegate Assembly meet- add a heavy additional bur-
ing overwhelmingly backed den to the already overloaded
the rejection of D.R. Horton’s traffic around Haverhill, also
proposals. This led to a deci- Okeechobee and Military
sion by UCO to take the lead in Trail, one of the foremost
the fight and UCO’s President accident-prone intersections
made this position known, in the County.
publishing it in the UCO Also consider this: The to-
Reporter issue of June 2005 tal original combined area of
(Page one — from the Desk Century Village and the golf
of President Bob Marshall).  course is 640 acres of which
He also created an “Advisory the golf course area amounts
Council,” whose task it was to to 70 acres, or one-ninth of
consider any future attempt to the total area. In the 570 acres
bring about a rezoning of the of the Village there are 315
golf course. Future meetings buildings. They intend to erect

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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: February 1, 2009


Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Dover 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Somerset 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 D 1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
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Berkshire 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
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Camden 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
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Windsor 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
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UCO Office (When Open) 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 Except Saturday and Sunday
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Wellington L & M 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 s
1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
Wellington Circle 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 '
1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Andover 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Kingswood 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 L 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Building 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 c 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 h 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' 6:35 7:35 8:35
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner 6:45 7:45 8:45
Internal Bus Route #2
Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Plymouth 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Sheffield E 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Chatham 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 D 1:06 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Kent 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 r 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Northampton 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 i 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
Sussex 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 v 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Canterbury 8:15 9:15 10:15 11:15 e 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
Cambridge 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 r 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Dorchester 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 s 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Oxford 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 ' 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Stratford 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22
Sheffield 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 L 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 6:23 7:23 8:23 9:23 10:23
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Coventry 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 n 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
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Medical Building 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
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Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner
Please Note: On Sundays Only the #2 Bus will do a loop around the perimeter drive after going through Coventry.
Internal Bus Route #3
Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Bedford B 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
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Greenbrier 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
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Southampton 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
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Bedford C 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
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Golf's Edge 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10
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1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
Coventry 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 r
1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
Norwich 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 s
1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
Salisbury 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 ' 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Waltham 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Easthampton 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 L 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Building 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 c 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 h 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner
Please Note: BY REQUEST ONLY - All Buses will go around the perimeter drive at 11:45 am prior to the bus drivers taking their lunch breaks.
Shuttle Bus Route
Perimeter Drive
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
12:45
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Please be at your bus
Morse Home Drop off
Post Office Drop off
Tuesday & Thursday
Tuesday & Thursday
1:04
3:04
stop 10 minutes before
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Salon 27
Library
9:04
9:07
10:04
10:07
11:04
11:07
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1:06
1:07
2:06
2:07
3:06
3:07
4:06
4:07
your pickup time.
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Humana / UCO Office (When Open) 9:10 10:10 11:10 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10
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Walmart Supermarket 9:16 10:16 11:16 r 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16
Century Plaza 9:22 10:22 11:22 s 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 Please be Prepared to Show
Emporium Shoppes 9:26 10:26 11:26 ' 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26
Lowes 9:27 10:27 11:27
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1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 the Bus Driver Your Century
Baby Supermarket 9:29 10:29 11:29 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29
Morse Home Pickup Tuesday & Thursday
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Village ID When Boarding
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Post Office Pickup
Perimeter Drive
Tuesday & Thursday
On Request
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3:33
On Request
ALL Buses
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45
Mall Bus Route
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Jewish Comm. Center 9:05 10:05
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The Holiday bus will
Pine Trail Square D 4:07 5:07
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K-Mart 9:13 10:13 11:10 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10
Church 9:20 10:20 11:17
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1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17
RUNS ON Day, July 4th,
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Palm Beach Mall 9:24 10:24 11:24
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1:24 2:24 3:24 4:24 5:24
ONLY
Village Commons 9:29 10:29 11:29 r h 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
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and Christmas Day.
Jewish Comm. Center 9:40 10:40 11:40 s
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45
Express Bus Route Excursion Bus *Monday* (Excludes the 2nd Monday)
Perimeter Drive 8:45 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM 10:35 AM Pick Up Times
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 Washington Mutual On Request
Walgreens 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 Wellington Mall 10:05 AM 1:15 PM
Pine Trail Square 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 Home Depot On Request
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Albertson's 9:09 10:09 11:09 r L
1:09 2:09 3:09 Target 11:05 AM 2:05 PM
Deal$ $5 & Less Store 9:14 10:14 11:14 i u 1:14 2:14 3:14 Wal-Mart 11:10 AM 2:10 PM
Winn Dixie 9:18 10:18 11:18 v n 1:18 2:18 3:18 Excursion Bus *Wednesday* (Excludes the 4th Wednesday)
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Publix 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM Pick Up Times
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Washington Mutual On Request
s City Place 10:05 AM 2:00 PM
Perimeter Drive 9:38 10:38 11:38 1:38 2:38 3:38 Gardens Mall 10:35 AM 1:30 PM
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 Return Clubhouse 2:30 PM

Sundays & Holidays Bus Route (Combo)


Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 The Excursion Bus will go
Walgreen's 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04
Albertson's 9:07 10:07 11:07 D
1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07
to Lake Worth Beach on
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Pine Trail 9:09 10:09 11:09 i 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 the 2nd Monday (Leaves 9:30 am -
Deal$ $5 & Less Store 9:12 10:12 11:12 v 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12
IHOP 9:15 10:15 11:15 e 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 Picks Up 2:05 pm) and to the
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Cross County
Church
9:16
9:22
10:16
10:28
11:16
11:22
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1:16
1:22
2:16
2:22
3:16
3:22
4:16
4:22
5:16
5:22
Carnival Flea Market in
Palm Beach Mall 11:28 L 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 DelRay on the 4th
Village Commons 9:34 10:34 11:34 u 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34
Emporium Shoppes 9:40 10:40 11:40
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1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40
Wednesday (Leaves 9:35 am - Picks
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Lowes 9:41 10:41 11:41 h 1:41 2:41 3:41 4:41 5:41 Up 1:45 pm) of the Month.
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48
Page 44 THE UCO REPORTER June 2009

Hastings Fitness Class Schedule


Effective: May-October
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Dance Aerobics Advanced Aerobics Low Impact Aerobics Advanced Aerobics Dance Aerobics
8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am

Weight Training Pilates Weight Training Aerobics with Weights Weight Training
9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:50 am 9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:50 am 9:25-10:00 am

Hatha Yoga Water Aerobics (Pool) Hatha Yoga Pilates Hatha Yoga
10:00-11:30 am 10:00-10:45 am 10:00-11:30 am 9:45-10:30 am 10:00-11:30 am

Water Aerobics (Pool)


10:00-10:45 am

Facial Gymnastics Tai-Chi (Paid Class)


11:15-12:00 noon All Levels 10:00-11:00 am

Lunch Lunch Lunch Facial Gymnastics Lunch


12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 11:15-12:00 noon 12:00-1:00 pm

Consultation Lunch
1:30-2:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm

Sit and Fit Beginners’ Yoga Sit and Fit Consultation Administrative/
2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 1:30-2:00 pm Office Duties

Beginner’s Yoga
2:00-3:00 pm

Free Exercise Classes Provided at Hastings Fitness Center by Zhanetta Babayeva


Free Water Aerobic Classes Provided at Hastings Pool by Dolly Heit

Tai-Chi Classes by Jerry Ziffer


Class Registration at the Main Clubhouse Class Office
All Classes Are Subject to Change and/or Modification

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