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October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Volume 28, No.10 Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB) October 2009
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From the Desk


of President Insurance
George Dan Gladstone
Loewenstein

It has become an epidemic. you a lot of unpleasant issues. Because of ignorance, lazi-
Webster’s Collegiate Diction- will affect everyone’s pocket-
In the past two months, This telephone call will give ness, selfishness of the resi-
ary defines the word “Rumor” as: book next year, it is important
the number of water damage you the expertise of profes- dents or maybe saving $35
• Talk or opinion widely dis- that all 309 Associations be
claims has doubled while sionals, will eliminate a lot (shut off cost) are the reasons.
seminated with no discern- represented at that meeting. I
writing these comments. In of the monetary burden, will Whatever the reason is, the
able source or have noticed that certain As-
many cases, the damage is so engage a public adjuster at no outcome is damages in the tens
• A statement or report with- sociations consistently have
intense, that the whole apart- cost to you and will give you of thousands in each building.
out known authority for its not been represented at the
ment has to be stripped to “a shoulder to cry on.” We should all look for
source monthly Delegate Meetings
the ground and rebuilt from A scholar once said “In the solution to the problem.
I call attention to this defi- and the unit owners in that
scratch. every bad thing there is some- Things are not going to be
nition because two stories Association have had no voice
During our dealing with the thing good.” The outcome of better because the buildings
reached me in Israel recently in the policy decisions made at
insurance issues, we some- such devastation is that many are getting older and so are the
that fit this definition. The these meetings, nor are they
times face unnecessary diffi- apartments that were nothing pipes, the water heaters and
first concerned the passing informed by the reports given
culties. Because they lack the but damp became a brand new the toilet tanks.
of a former UCO vice presi- by the various committee
knowledge of the 718 Condo- up-to-code dwelling. An interesting solution that
dent (completely untrue and chairpeople.
minium Law and/or because The first reaction that we is being checked is to bypass
unfounded) and the second We now have several As-
they do not like “condo living” hear whenever water dam- the main water supply pipe
one concerned a resident who sociations who are delinquent
or maybe they just want to be age occurs is “…I am going with an outside feasible and
fell at a pool and was injured. in their dues to UCO. We are
difficult, some unit owners do to sue the person upstairs…” visible valve near the exist-
The rumor mill stated that considering notifying these
not cooperate with the Asso- Although it is frustrating and ing meter. If the board knows
she was mugged, beaten up Associations that unless they
ciation and take matters into annoying that all the damage that the unit is empty, anyone
and even raped (all untrue become current, it will be nec-
their own hands. in your apartment is happen- can shut it off with a quarter
and unfounded). It seems that essary to take the unit owners
Although the Association is ing because of someone else turn. This is so practical that
some of our residents have of these Associations out of
responsible “to undertake all beyond your control, it is not you can turn the water off
nothing better to do than to the call-in system as well as
the repairs in the unit after an easy matter. even when you are going on a
gossip and make up stories to invalidate their transponders.
insurance casualty…” and The insurance company short cruise. (In some cases it
make themselves feel impor- Further, we will suspend the
although “…the unit owner of the unit above will fight takes hours to flood a place.)
tant. Please verify your facts investigation service which
may repair his unit only diligently to avoid paying. Considering the deductible on
before passing on information we provide for them. We
after a written permission The magic word to deal with water damages, it is very eco-
you might have heard. would take this action very
from the board…” some such a lawsuit is negligence. nomical and money saving.
Last month, I mentioned reluctantly, but unlike the As-
decide to take over the repairs In almost every case when Look for legal advice to
that Pat Blunck, our Com- sociations, we cannot vote a
with or without the permission the problem is discovered, make a “no shutting the
munity Association Manager, special assessment on our own
or the knowledge of the Board the pertaining sides are taking main water valve” a neg-
is leaving at the end of Sep- to make up for the payments
of Directors. immediate steps to minimize ligent matter (updating by-
tember. We have just hired that we are not getting while
Such moves create confusion and repair the damage. One laws, general & board meeting
a replacement whose name our financial obligations must
and complicate matters. The cannot expect an elderly (or minutes etc.)!
is Rodger Carver. Rodger is be paid. Please, if you are one
insurance company of the As- even young) person to move We also have to depend on
a CAM with many years of of those Associations currently
sociation is not the same as the the stove daily to check the the insurance company to pay
experience and we are looking in arrears to UCO, call our
insurance company of the unit condition of the water heater. the numerous claims in the
forward to working with him. Treasurer, Dorothy Tetro, and
owner. Each is using his own ad- So where is the negligence? It Village. The frequency of the
As most of you know, bud- make arrangements.
justers and the insurance policies hardly ever exists…! claims show that it is not if it
get time is here. Delegates will Finally, I would like to wish
are not the same. In some cases, An important topic in this will happen but when. Our
be asked to vote on UCO’s those residents who are about to
the Association was notified after question is the issue of shut- insurance company has been
budget at the October Del- celebrate the New Year, that it be
the repairs were completed and ting the main water valve. very “patient” so far, but wait
egate’s meeting. Since this a healthy and happy one. o
by then it was too late to issue the There is no doubt that if the for the renewal….
“proof of loss.” main valve is shut, there can This article is for informa-

Delegate Assembly Reminder: When you ex- be no damage because there tion only, not to be used in any
ercise an insurance casualty, can be no water flow. So why legal matter.
call UCO first. This will save so much damage? See photos on Page 10. o

Fri, Oct. 2, 9:30 am Save the Date: Sunday, March 14, 2010
Clubhouse Theater UCO Installation Luncheon
Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER October 2009

Northampton. Q&A.
Old Business — Motion by Are You On the List?
Honey Sager to ask WPRF to The following Associations had no representatives at
the September 4 Delegate Assembly:
At the Delegate hold a Town Hall Meeting re
ANDOVER A-B-C-D-E-G-H-I-J-K-L-M
golf course. Seconded. Dis-
Assembly cussion, voted, unanimously BEDFORD B-C-D-H-I-J
BERKSHIRE A-C-D-E-G-H-I-J
Betty Lapidus accepted.
CAMBRIDGE A-B-C-G-H
New Business: Dorothy
Tetro reported on the transfer CAMDEN B-E-F-G-I-M-N
of one item from one line CANTERBURY B-C-E-H-I-J-K
to another line. At the Bud- CHATHAM D-I-J-P-S-T
September 4, 2009 call in our guests and deliv- get Workshop scheduled for COVENTRY A-B-D-E-G-H-I-J-K
This meeting was called to eries. The fence for the golf September 15 at 9:30 a.m. DORCHESTER C-E-G-H-J-K
order by Vice President Frank course is estimated at about in Room C, they will discuss EASTHAMPTON A-B-C-E-F-G-H-I
Cornish at 9:30 a.m. $154,000. All guards wear line 5050 to 5040, $20,000 to HASTINGS B-E-F-G-H
Pledge of Allegiance: Led an ID with their name on it. be moved from one line to an- KENT B-C-E-F-G-H-I-J-K-L-M
by Lt. Kronsperger; was re- WPRF controls the swimming other line. From beautification KINGSWOOD C-D-E-F
cited by all. pools — please have your ID to landscaping — made by Sal NORTHAMPTON A-B-C-D-F-G-H-J-K-L-M-N-O-Q-R
Quorum: There was a quo- ready to be shown at the pools. Bummolo and seconded — no NORWICH A-C-D-E-F-H-I-K-M-N-O
rum of 142 Delegates. Visitors must show their ID at further questions. This was OXFORD 300-400-700
Minutes of the August 7 the Entry Gates.
th
unanimously accepted. PLYMOUTH V
meeting had been distributed and Investigation: Louise Ger- There was a question of SALISBURY A-C-D-E-G
read. Motion to accept as read. son reported on a new form street lighting: In some areas, SHEFFIELD A-B-D-E-F-H-I-J-K
Treasurer’s Report: Dorothy for renters. The Association the lighting is very bad. This is SOMERSET C-E-K-L
Tetro reported on attached re- will fill it out and give it to In- the responsibility of the Build- STRATFORD A-B-C-D-G-H-K-O
port; there were no questions. vestigation. If you have ques- ing Associations. SUSSEX B-D-E-F-G-I-J-K-L-M
Vice President’s Report: tions, come to our office and The swimming pools are WALTHAM A-B-E-F-G-I
Frank Cornish reported that we will answer them. There closed after dusk as per Palm WELLINGTON G
the 2010 budget will be re- were 34 sales, 27 rentals, 5 Beach County code. o WINDSOR A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-J-K-N-P-R
viewed and discussed on Sep- deed transfers, and 3 requests
tember 15, 2009 at 9:30 a.m. for occupants last month. She
in Room C; please attend. repeated that they are here to Late September/October Meetings
Committee Reports — help you.
Transportation: Claudette Safety: George Franklin re- As of 9/21/09
LaBonte reported that on ported on the Town Hall meet-
Tuesdays and Thursdays, there ing scheduled for November Date Day Time Group Location
will be a 2 p.m. bus to the post 12, 2009. He advised us that if
office. The next year’s budget you are involved in any motor
9/28/09 Monday Closed Yom Kippur UCO Office
will include one special trip; vehicle accident, please report
selection will be based on cost it immediately. Mike Rayber 9/29/09 Tuesday 1:00 pm Executive Board Room B
of transport — many events reminded us to get our flu shot
are free. Re the postal van: — it’s very important. 9/29/09 Tuesday 9:30 am Operations UCO Office
They do certified mail, but CERT: Jackie Karlan re-
for the U.S. mailings only. Re ported that the sub-committee 10/02/09 Friday 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Theater
hurricanes — our Chevron has been meeting all summer
station has a generator and will and she thanked the commit- 10/02/09 Friday 2:00 pm Security UCO Office
open special lanes for speed tee members. She discussed
service to CV residents. For the “Neighbor helping neigh- 10/07/09 Wednesday 1:00 pm Editorial UCO Office
details, see her column in the bor” and discussed the form
Reporter. that was given out. Their 10/08/09 Thursday 10:00 am Community Relations Room B
Frank Cornish introduced next meeting is scheduled for
Mark Pafford, who reported September 21 at 3 p.m. in the 10/12/09 Monday 10:00 am Operations UCO Office
on the proposed amendment Clubhouse Art Room. Please
that will redraw the boundar- attend. 10/13/09 Tuesday 9:30 am Irrigation/Infrastructure UCO Office
ies in our district. He can be Maintenance: Jerry Karpf
reached at the Florida Fair reported the next meeting will 10/14/09 Wednesday 10:00 am Maintenance Room B
Districts Organization — 682- take place on September 9 at
0156. There were Q&A. 10 a.m. in Room C. There will 10/19/09 Monday 1:30 pm Transportation Room B
Mike Edmondson, Execu- be a meeting on the Election
tive Assistant, reported on the Process. 10/19/09 Monday 3:00 pm CERT Art Room
functions of the Prosecutor’s Community Relations: Ted
Office. Silverman reported on the 10/27/09 Tuesday 10:00 am Operations UCO Office
Insurance: Dan Gladstone preparation for our Centenar-
reported on water leak dam- ian Celebration scheduled for 10/29/09 Thursday 10:00 am Officers UCO Office
ages. Six apartments have October 29.
been devastated to the cost Cable: Dave Israel reported
of $75,000. The statute states Comcast dates for helping our UCO Financial Statement Available
that all reconstruction shall be unit owners are listed on Chan-
undertaken by the Association nel 63. HBO was voted down The audited financial statement for y/e
of the building. If you have at our last meeting. Q&A.
any questions, call him at Infrastructure: Sal Bum- 2008 is available at the UCO Office. If
712-1923, his home number, molo reported that all the
or at the UCO office. See his pumps are on and working. you would like to have a copy, please
column in the upcoming Re- There is an ongoing project of
porter. upgrading our pumps. Shore stop in at your convenience or call and
Security: Al McLaughlin line work is one-third done at
reported that 16,000 people Chatham, then they will go to
we will mail it to you.
passed thru our gates last the Somerset area, and then Dorothy Tetro, Treasurer
month. He reminded us to to Wellington, Berkshire and
October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

Money, Money,
Money
By Syd Kronish
From the Desk of Dorothy Tetro, UCO Trea-
Safety
Vice President surer, conducted a comprehen-
sive session on the proposed George Franklin
Jerry Karpf 2010 Budget. Approximately
50 attended, including UCO
President George Loewen-
stein, officers, executive board
As many of you know, Sena- UCO. There isn’t a week that members, members of the Hi folks: those of you that There are many types of
tor David Aronberg was at our goes by when one doesn’t hear Finance Committee and inter- don’t know it — there is a war bikes from exercise to just
August UCO delegate meet- of some Association having ested residents. plain pleasure riding. Do you
on! Yup, right here in Century
ing, to discuss the problems unit owners in arrears and the Items discussed were proposed know that bicycles are subject
that were caused when Gov-
Village! We have been experi-
Association having trouble budget income and expenses, al- to the same rules and regula-
ernor Crist vetoed S.B. 718. paying their expenses. As- encing an exceptional amount tions that motor vehicles are?
located to specific items.
Senator Aronberg gave every- sociation boards must follow These items include trans- of traffic accidents lately...and Now of course this excludes
one a general outline of what the rules of their documents, portation (buses), security, am- we are not even in season! motor vehicle registration and
problems the Governor’s veto which state clearly what they bulance, cable, irrigation, UCO We had a head on crash in July licensing.
had caused and then advised must do with a unit owner who Reporter, and General Fund. right here! Folks, while driving, First and most important
that the Senate and the House does not pay the maintenance Maintenance fees for Trans- you need to pay attention — not are the traffic rules. Yes, you
were already at work trying to or assessments. portation have increased gabbing on a cell phone. must come to a stop at a traffic
draft a new bill to correct some The boards must send a de- slightly from last year ($.36) Another problem: There stop sign, and no, you may not
of the problems in H.B. 995, mand of payment letter after per unit, per month. Security is run a red light as you will be
are some folks here driving
which was a major revision of 30 days, and if payment is not up slightly from 2009 ($.25), subjected to a citation should a
on suspended/revoked driver
Chapter 718. My thanks go out received by the end of the next etc and Irrigation is up ($.05) police officer see you and want
to Senator Aronberg for taking 15 days, the board must turn
licenses and some that have
per month, etc. General Fund, to enforce the law. Always
the time out to visit Century the matter over to a lawyer to which included the office and
licenses that should not be ride with the flow of traffic
Village, to keep us informed start the lien process. miscellaneous expenses has driving at all! Now, we all de- staying as close to the curb of
about what has been going on All Association boards risen the most — $.35. pend on and need our mobile the roadway as possible or use
in Tallahassee. should remember that they Good news for residents. freedom, but there comes a any prescribed bicycle marked
Next, I would like to discuss are running a business, which Ambulance fees have de- time in life when you have to lane. Please use hand signals
a major problem we are start- carries a responsibility of pay- creased by $.39. Thanks to our say, for the safety of myself so that other drivers may know
ing to have in Century Village. ing bills on time, maintaining new contract with Comcast, and others, give it up already! your intentions.
The problem is Associations their buildings and taking care our cable fees have decreased We have been very lucky no Those of us riding at night
that don’t keep track of unit of their grounds. This takes $5.11 per unit per month, should do the following: Ride
one has been killed yet...that’s
owners that fall behind in money that comes from the and as usual, we are glad to wearing light colored cloth-
paying their maintenance or one reason we have a bus line
monthly maintenance that is report that the UCO Reporter ing; equip your bike with
assessments. In a few cases, collected. If some unit owners will continue to subsidize the
here — use it. I know of an reflectors; and also one of
the unit owner may be one or don’t pay, the problem is com- UCO general fund from excess instance of a drunk driver the best items on the market
two years behind, and this is pounded over a period of time income. involved accident...but he was would be a “blinker light”
putting a large financial bur- and can leave the Association The net proposed change not arrested...very lucky for that you can attach to yourself.
den on the Association. In one bankrupt. The consequences will be a reduction of $4.49 that person. How many of you know the
situation, where a previous of an Association bankruptcy per unit per month. This is Property damages have serial number of your Bicycle?
board failed in their fiduciary are dire. So please, keep on good news. gone up and that costs every- Each bike does have a serial
responsibilities, a unit owner top of all your accounts re- At the meeting, we were one here. Your money pays for number. You should look for it,
fell behind four years and ceivable. pleased to thank Pat Blunck write it down and keep it with
repairs and could be used for
the new board was having a I will write to you next for all his hard work over the your important papers. Some
problem paying their dues to
other things.
month, signing off for now. o past 10 years. Pat is retiring bikes can be very expensive to
What has been discussed is replace if stolen. Another way
this month and his replace-
having a Sheriff’s Deputy pa-
If you are having a problem, call the ment is Rodger Carver, who is you can help yourself would
now working with Pat to learn trol inside the community and be to use a Dremel tool. If you
UCO Office at 683‑9189 and ask for the strictly enforce traffic rules.
the ropes. do not own one or can’t borrow
Vice President that is covering your Dorothy thanked all for at- UCO will pay for this — that’s one, take a sharp nail, engrave/
Association. tending this session and will right, exclusive use of a Depu- scratch your driver license
Frank Cornish Jerry Karpf be glad to provide any further ty for traffic enforcement. This number into frame area of your
information at her office in the is no joke: It is for real. This bike. Do not use your Social
Cambridge Coventry
UCO building. is how bad things are getting... Security number! If your bike
Canterbury Easthampton Delegates: Please remem- should be stolen, make a report
please!!! Drive safely before
Chatham Norwich ber to vote on the proposed
there is a bigger problem. Take
to the proper police agency,
Dorchester Plymouth 2010 Budget on Friday, Oc- and if recovered, they can get it
tober 2nd at 9:30 a.m. in the the driver safety course of- back to you quickly. Contrary
Kent Salisbury Clubhouse Theater. o fered at the Clubhouse. Make to what is believed, police can-
Northampton Sheffield arrangements to go shopping not find you by Social Security
Sussex Waltham PUBLIC NOTICE with others, car pool — there number alone.
Distribution of the UCO Reporter
has changed, since many of those who
are many ways to cut down on When approaching walk-
have been picking up for their area are
dangerous driving situations. ing pedestrians, do not wait
David Israel Bob Marshall currently unable to do so (usually due
until you are on top of them
to health considerations).
This is not the first time I
Andover Berkshire In prior months, no one has picked
up papers for Andover, Bedford and
have reported on driver safety. to sound your bell or shout
Sheffield areas. We understand that
Bedford Camden the sheer volume is intimidating. Now
For those of you on suspend- that you are coming by. Please
be courteous and give ample
you can pick up for just your building/
Golf’s Edge Dover association (about 16/24 copies).
ed/revoked licenses — do you
All papers will be available to
warning as not to scare a
Greenbrier Hastings know that if caught, you can
all residents, and we ask you to
take papers for your entire building/
person, which could cause a
Kingswood Somerset
association when you come in to pick
up for your own issue. Since we have be put into jail? And that ticket serious accident.
is a go before a judge ticket
309 separate associations, this method

Oxford Wellington will require a lot of individuals to visit When crossing at an intersec-
in court. Not just pay a fine…
our office at the Camden pool between
tion stop, look all ways, cross
Southampton Windsor
the hours of 9:30 am and 12 noon.

this is very serious! Until next


Those who still prefer to pick up
papers for their entire area (such as with the green light, and walk
Stratford Chatham or Sussex, for example) may
continue to do so. time...be safe out there!!! o your bicycle across the street. o
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER October 2009

Courtney
Has Class
By Courtney Olsen
Investigations Welcome to the snowbirds
Security
that returned this month, we
Louise Gerson are very happy to have you Al McLaughlin
back! During the season, the
Clubhouse is full of activities,
holding more than 40 Classes
and over 60 Clubs.
your Association to fill out and There have been new addi- On October 1, 2009. ID pools. Your help, by show-
A lot of our snowbird Asso-
put on their seal. This renewal tions to the classes this year. will be necessary at all WPRF ing your ID to the guard, will
ciation Officers will be coming
Certificate of Approval is then You will see classes like, pools and facilities. ID has al- make it more pleasant for
back soon. It has been very
taken to the ID office in the “Learning to Sew,” “Pan Card ways been required to use the you and all around you. The
difficult for some Associations
Clubhouse. Please allow your- Game,” “Watercolor and Oil pools, club, health club, boats, guards are doing the job that
to conduct business with no
self a week or two before the Painting,” “Art History,” and tennis courts and etc. Security they have been asked to do,
one here to take their place.
expiration of your ID card. Do “The Jewish Kabalah.” A new has been checking IDs at the enforcing Club Rules.
Hopefully, when you have
not wait until the day of!!! Class that began in September pools, as requested by the own- So far, July has been the
your annual meeting, you will
You may have trouble getting is “Self-Defense.” This class ers. The signs stating that you lowest number of visitors
make better arrangements to
in and out of here if your ID is taught by a former Judo in- must have an ID or a Guest ID this year. The new season is
take care of sales, rentals, etc.
date has expired. structor, and he sure has tricks are presently posted, but new about to begin and the visitor
People are still buying, renting,
A special thanks to Ed Black up his sleeves. For peace of signs will be in place soon. numbers will go back up rap-
changing deeds and request-
for getting all of the new forms mind and personal security, The guards have been asked idly. We should have a good
ing occupancies. Would you
in our computer and helping to this class will teach you the to check IDs and will ask you winter with some fine shows
like it if you couldn’t move in
update our paperwork. Also, fundamentals of defending to show your ID or leave the and good things happening at
because no one in the building
thanks to Ken Davis for his help. yourself. This class is held at area. The residents pay for the the Clubhouse. Our work is
would take responsibility to
For the month of August, The Hastings Fitness Center use of the pools monthly, but to keep the Village safe and
make it happen?
we took care of 34 sales, 27 on Wednesdays at 1:25 p.m.-2 the visitors over 16 years old without problems; we would
We have updated our forms
rentals, 5 deed transfers and 3 p.m. Registration is required. must have a Clubhouse ID. appreciate your help by being
to make things easier for ev-
occupants to live with owners. Metro Safety School will Please get your visitors a pass polite to everyone.
eryone. All Certificate of Ap-
Any questions, please come have a class on October 9, at the Club Office and then We are presently making up
provals are now printed out of
into our office with your ID. 2009 at 9 a.m. in Meeting they can enjoy our facilities the budget for next year and we
our computer.
We cannot give you any in- Room C. Comcast will be also. Children may only use hope that some of the planned
If you need to renew your
formation over the phone on meeting October 15 for reg- the Guest Pool at the main improvements will make your
rental (lease) or occupancy,
pending applications as every- istrations and distribution of Clubhouse, not the satellite life more enjoyable. o
please come to our office and
thing is confidential. o boxes and on the 16th for tech-
we will give you a form for
nical help and instructions.
They will be in Classroom
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Conducting a
Survey
Visit local museums/special
From the Desk of events.
Your Theater
Vice President Are you interested in vis- Claudette
iting the local museums or
Bob Marshall special events?
LaBonte
The excursion buses now
go to Malls and a Flea Market
and the beach.
These seem to be popular. Went back to Massachusetts same Saturday evening, while
A Gentle Reminder twenty four unit building
Would there be a similar re- for a couple of weeks and went working at the Theater, I met my
It is time to begin the pro- twenty two apartments will
sponse if trips to museums straight for the newspaper. former neighbors from Cypress
cess of preparing for the 2010 be paying what should be paid 
were offered? One thing I looked forward Lakes who were attending our
budget for your Association. by twenty four. The worst that
Please call Ruth at 640- to every summer is the live performance as guests. They
This year may be a little might happen in this example
7943. Advise your name and shows at the Melody Tent in told me that they could no longer
different for those who have is that one or both of the units
telephone number (two times, Hyannis. I found their ad and afford the weekly live perfor-
units in the collection and/or pay in full before the end of
please), how many persons in started to check for something mances due to lack of participa-
foreclosure processes. If you 2010 and the amount over col-
your group, which museums appealing to see. The only tion. They are a community of
are one of the many with units lected could be put into your
would you go to, what special show worth the ticket price approximately 900 units.
in the collection process you reserve funds.
event, would you be willing/ was Tony Bennett and he was We are so lucky: Our per-
need to do an assessment to If you have questions, just
able to pay a fee? o appearing after I would have formances this summer have
determine the chances of the give me a call at the office and
returned to Florida. Every- been the best ever, but our
delinquency being corrected I’ll try to help.
thing else was unknown bands audiences have been the small-
during 2010. If the chances I have recently asked some
or really unknown entertain- est. The coming season will be
are good then you should pre-
pare your budget as you have
in the past.
of the people I’m talking with
if they are aware of the Bilat-
eral Agreement, and with few
Important ers. What a disappointment.
We are so lucky: Back
an extraordinary one. Join us
so we can continue having the
in the Village, I had a little best entertainment around. I
However, if you are one of
the many that have delinquen-
cies that will probably not be
exceptions, the answer is no.
When one stops to reflect
it has been approximately ten
Numbers catching up to do with the
local news. I started with the
“Neighborhood” section of
have said so many times “take
a chance” and be pleasantly
surprised.
corrected this year, you need to years ago that this agreement Emergency.............. 911 Here are your choices for
prepare now in order to have was drafted and most of the Saturday, August 8, and my
the money to pay all of your current crop of building of-
Senior Helpline......... 211 eyes drifted to a picture and October:
the extra large print: “Neigh- • Sat., Oct. 3, 8:00 pm: A
bills next year. Your mainte- ficers were not in residence at Security........... 502-8103 borhood of the Week: Ocean Tribute to Diana Ross
nance company should be able that time, I’d like to suggest
to help with this process. that if you do not have a copy
Guest Call-In..... 689-1759 Royale.” It went on to state • Sat., Oct. 10, 8:00 pm:
that it is the epitome of luxury Broad­way Blues
I recommend adding an or can’t find it, just stop in the Reporter........... 683-9336 and caters to a different kind of • Sun., Oct. 11, 8:00 pm: Cav­
amount equal to the monthly office and request a copy.
shortage into the budget on a We should all keep current UCO Office......... 683-9189 clientele: millionaires who like endish Review
to be pampered. (Sounds good • Sat., Oct. 17, 8:00 pm:
special line just for this pur- with this document and the Hastings CH........ 687-4875 to me.) The picture showed a Sha­ron Daniels and Ralph
pose. For example, if you have Millennium Agreement. You
WPRF (Anita Cruz).. 640-3111 “Million-Dollar View from Marino
two units, both one bedroom say “What is that?” This a
the 11 th Floor Overlooking • Sat., Oct. 24, 8:00 pm: Al­
and one bath and the monthly copy of the amendment of the Seacrest........... 697-4990 the Community’s Pool (one ston Blair
charge for these is $200 each long term lease that we live by
Florida Power..... 697-8000 pool??).” They have a billiards • Sat., Oct. 31, 8:00 pm:
per month, then you need to with WPRF.
room and a library (What? No How­ard Lear
add the $400 per month to the Stop in and get a copy and/ Palm Beach Water... 740-4600 spa or state of the art gym?) Pick up your “Happenings”
budget. or stop in and let’s chat about
AT&T......... 1-888-151-6500 and a 30-seat cinema. (Our at the Clubhouse for further
Yes, this means that in a these documents. o
shows would certainly sell out information on performances.
Comcast........... 847-4792 here.) I never felt so good, for Don’t let what happened at
UCO officers, volunteers and Palm Beach Post.... 820-4663 I must be living the best life Cypress Lakes happen to us.
perhaps of a billionaire. We are very lucky.
Reporter staff offer their condo- Tri-Rail..... 1-800-874-7245 We are so lucky: On this See you at the Theater. o
lences to Vice President David Homesteaders...... 355-2650
Israel on the death of his mother
on September 10.
Sheriff’s Office.... 766-2000
Police (non-emerg).822-1900 % % % % %
DAD’S DOOR & WINDOW, INC.
“Dad Gets It Done!”
• Patio Enclosures • Hurricane Shutters • Windows
• Sliding Glass Doors • Front Entry Doors • Custom Mirrors
• Shower Doors/Tub Enclosures
Matt Mynahan Tel: 561-355-8331
U-19958 U-20177 Fax: 561-333-1037
Page 6 THE UCO REPORTER October 2009

In a letter from the present had to adjust but have done so


owner, he promises utopia. If to keep expenses down.
he, in fact, creates meandering As an aside, the Post had an
walkways for our enjoyment, article “Palm Tran to cut four
The official newspaper of Century Village the residents of his develop- Link routes citing low ridership.”
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 ment will have unlimited ac- We are your business, Cen-
cess to our Village. We will tury Village, and will continue
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830
say “goodbye” to the safety our efforts to serve within the
Email: ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net and security we now enjoy. As budget.
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri far as traffic is concerned, how Claudette LaBonte
can he expect us to believe
Co-Editors.....................................Irv Lazar, Dot Loewenstein
that the development will not
Senior Editor.........................................................Syd Kronish
add more traffic? Those six Morry Blank
Associate Editor.............................................. June Saponaro hundred units will have to It is with great sadness that
Good Luck, Pat Blunck
Layout............................................................ Myron Silverman use Haverhill Road, adding to we have learned of the pass-
As a former resident of Cen-
Editorial Board.......................All Editors, Pres and Vice Pres the mess that now takes place ing of Morry Blank. Having
tury Village, I can remember
every day. known him for so many years
Production....................................................... John Saponaro the time that Pat Blunck came
This construction, if al- in the Village, he was the fin-
Bookkeeper............................................. Antoinette Salometo to the Village as an employee
lowed, will negatively affect est of gentlemen whose great
Advertising....................... Don McDonough, Mindy Weingart of a maintenance company
every resident of our Village. interest was in serving the
and later went on to become
Consultant................................................................. Ken Graff
We cannot, we must not, allow community.
UCO’s Property Manager. I
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler that to happen. We will remember him very
would venture to say that the
Circulation......................... Len Cohen, Jack Eisen, Bill Karp, Al Thomas fondly and wish to express our
first meeting must have been
Dave Rabinowitz, Mindy Weingart deepest condolences to Avis in
at least 15 years ago.
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. the hope that she will find the
Having learned that he will
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: From the strength to cope with her loss.
be leaving his employ in the
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed
Village at the end of Septem- Transportation Phil and Ruth
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge. Chairman Bernhard Dreiss
ber and unsure of what his
(Submit on 8.5” by 11” paper.) In response to “Bus Rider’s
future plans are, it is our wish
Submissions & Articles....... Please type in caps and lower case Lament,” I will defer the HBO
letters, double spaced, any item. On a “space available” basis.
that he be successful in what- Thank You
ever his endeavor and to wish comment to David Israel, who Thanks to my Century Vil-
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems).
him good luck. is the Cable Chairman. lage family, who offered their
Visit your Century Village web site: centuryvillagewpb.org Before I make further spe-
It was our pleasure to have support in the trying times
worked with Pat in UCO and cific comments, I would like to before and after my husband,

OFFICERS to sometimes meet him on


occasion afterward when un-
expectedly our paths would
remind everyone that we are a
“small city.” While cities col-
lect taxes to cover expenses,
Morry Blank, was laid to rest.
Avis Blank
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 cross. We will always remem- we collect condo fees. Each
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm ber him with the kindest of chairman and committee must An Open Letter to
thoughts. submit an operating budget. Jean Dowling
President: George Loewenstein Transportation’s budget for
Phil and Ruth I take a personal offense
Vice Presidents: Frank Cornish, David Israel,
Bernhard Dreiss 2009 is $1.7 million dollars, a to the first paragraph of your
Jerry Karpf, Bob Marshall
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro
sum we are trying desperately letter in the September issue
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank not to exceed. In the present of the UCO Reporter in which
Recording Secretary: Betty Lapidus economic climate, we must you said:
Community Assn. Mgr.: Pat Blunck A Tale from all adjust our lifestyles to ‘Four years ago, we went
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton Cambridge B: Part II keep costs down and I person- into a frivolous lawsuit be-
Co-Office Managers: Mary Patrick Benton There were several state- ally believe the Committee cause of the yelling and rant-
Edie Levine has worked very hard to stay ing of several people who
ments in last month’s Reporter
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy,
that I must address. within our parameters. also did not listen to the other
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small,
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy One letter said that the Regarding the Committee: information that would have
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin, golf course has been a losing There are eleven members, saved us all of the problems
Rhea Cohen, Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman, proposition for many years. of which seven are bus riders, and money.’
Claudette LaBonte, Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, In fact, at the time the present and one has just returned to I, along with Myron Solo-
Marilyn Pomerantz, Ron Massa owner bought the course, it driving a vehicle, but still rides mon, took the initiative to in-
Executive Board was a profitable business. In
conversation with the former
the bus. Remember, the Chair-
man does not vote unless there
stitute that suit with Mr. Levy
because, under the Millen-
Dave Bernstein Dot Loewenstein
owner, he said that the income is a tie and there have been nium Agreement, the residents
Randall Borchardt Al McLaughlin
from the driving range was none in the past two years. were entitled to pay 30% of
Sal Bummolo Haskell Morin
enough to cover major expens- Afternoon Publix: We still the recreation fees while the
Sandy Cohen Marie Oliver have the Mall bus and Express
es, including payroll, fuel for Clubhouse was damaged.
Ken Davis Michael Rayber bus that still make their after-
the golf carts and maintenance You said our suit was “friv-
George Franklin Joe Saponaro noon stops should it be vital olous.” I beg to differ with
equipment and taxes. Most of
Louise Gerson Phil Shapkin that someone return from Publix you. Because of this “frivo-
the income from the golfers
Dan Gladstone Myron Silverman was profit. after the 1:35 PM pick up. lous” lawsuit, the residents
Jackie Karlan Ted Silverman When the present owner Your reference to the Medi- gained three million dollars
Syd Kronish Lori Torres took over, he did so with the cal Building for UCO: We minus ninety three thousand
Claudette LaBonte Jeanette Veglia express purpose of closing it would have needed financial for expenses…and you do the
Irv Lazar Olga Wolkenstein and using the land as a con- approval from the Delegates math, the residents gained
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published struction site. He dismissed to purchase it. two million nine hundred
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village, We constantly monitor rid- and seven thousand dollars.
West Palm Beach, FL. the professional groundskee-
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a not-for-profit per and left the maintenance ership and as people buy and Had we not instituted this so-
organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any of the course to a couple of sell units, the riders’ capacity called “frivolous lawsuit,” the
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors changes and we adjust fpr it. I residents would have gotten
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They
men whose only knowledge
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, of agronomy was how to run am very pleased with the hard bubkus — zip — nada.
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which the lawn mowers. In a very work this Committee has done My only regret is that the
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the short time, the course became in 2009 with the many issues Delegates voted to settle the
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of unplayable, and the business that have been put on their suit just at the time we were
the product or service. went to other golf courses. plates. They themselves have Continued on Page 11
October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

At the Library
By Chuck Waugh Know the Warning Signs for
October is Health Literacy

Cable
Month and the Palm Beach
County Library System is here
Heart Attack and Stroke
David Israel
to meet the health informa- Heart Attack Warning Signs Stroke is a medical emer-
tion needs of the community.
The library provides free ac- Some heart attacks are gency. Know these warning
cess to top quality, easy-to- sudden and intense, but signs of stroke and teach
understand health information
through books, DVDs, and most of them start slowly, them to others. Every sec-
Last month we published a nal Adaptor) box; we expect online resources. They find an- with mild pain or discom- ond counts.
Survey form requesting that those in the January 2010 time swers to diagnoses and treat-
you tell the Cable Committee frame. ments, drug interactions, and fort. Here are signs that can • Sudden numbness or
about problems you may be For any TVs beyond three, get more in-depth, up-to-date mean a heart attack is hap- weakness of the face,
having with the Cable Box. take no box at all. This pro- information in the latest medi-
Despite all of the complaining cedure will result in the mini- cal journals. Specially-trained pening. arm or leg, especially on
that seems to be circulating, mum cost. librarians can help patrons • Chest discomfort. Most one side of the body.
find what they need and also
at the time of this writing, Finally, we on the Cable
assist in looking up licensed
heart attacks involve • Sudden confusion, trou-
we have received exactly five Committee regret that Com-
completed forms; please, if cast has chosen to use aggres- doctors in Florida. Computer discomfort in the center ble speaking or under-
terminals are available at the standing.
you are having problems, fill sive sales persons to instruct
library for patrons to access
of the chest that lasts
out the form and return it to the Education sessions. Please
health information on the In- more than a few minutes, • Sudden trouble seeing in
any Guard Station. resist every effort that they
There has been one repeat- make to “up sell” you to higher
ternet. Visit the library today! or that goes away and one or both eyes.
October Programs
ing problem for those of us cost options, unless you really • Fri, Oct. 2, 10:30 a.m. — comes back. It can feel • Sudden trouble walking,
that had a pre-existing cable want them. Keep the instruc-
box. Namely, if you take the tor on point as to your ques-
Adult Book Discussion Series like uncomfortable pres- dizziness, loss of balance
• Sat, Oct. 3, 3:00 p.m. —
new cable box, you are seeing tions on the Box and Remote Chile en mi recuerdo/Re- sure, squeezing, fullness or coodination.
a charge of $6.50 per month Control. It is planned that the membering Chile or pain. • Sudden, severe head-
for an Additional Outlet fee. Cable Committee will con- • Mon, Oct. 5, 6:00 p.m.
We continue to discuss this duct classes in the future to — Ki Sa Yon Odinate Ye? • Discomfort in other ar- ache with no known
charge with Comcast, and assist those unit owners that (Computers — Creole) eas of the upper body. cause.
until we resolve this issue, one continue to experience prob- • Tue, Oct. 6, 8:30 a.m. —
way or the other, the following lems with the Cable Box and Mousing Around Symptoms can include If you or someone you’re
procedure is suggested: if you Remote. • Tue, Oct. 6, 12:00 p.m. — pain or discomfort in one with has any of these signs,
Movie (PG, 146 min.)
have a pre-existing box, do not **********
• Tue, Oct. 6, 4:00 p.m. —
or both arms, the back, don’t wait longer than five
take the new box. Then, you Due to a misunderstand-
will receive a small credit on ing, the Sign Up and Training Explore Military Careers neck, jaw or stomach. minutes before calling for
• Tue, Oct. 13, 8:30 a.m. — help. Call 911. Get to a hos-
the bill for your pre-existing schedule published in the
Browser Basics
• Shortness of breath. This
box. For your second and third September UCO Reporter was
TVs, wait for the deployment incorrect. Following is the cor- • Tue, Oct. 13, 12:00 p.m. — feeling often comes pital right away.
of the DTA (Digital Termi- rected schedule:
Movie (PG, 134 min.) along with chest discom- Calling 911 is almost al-
• Tue, Oct. 13, 4:00 p.m. —
Explore Military Careers fort. But it may occur with ways the fastest way to get
Bring Your Remote Control to Education Sessions • Thu, Oct. 15, 2:30 p.m. —
Internet Tips & Tricks
• Tue, Oct. 20, 12:00 p.m. —
or without chest discom-
fort.
lifesaving treatment.
For more information,
Sept. 17 Thursday 9:00 am-4:00 pm Signups Movie (PG-13, 97 min.)
• Thu, Oct. 22, 2:00 p.m. —
Senior Rider Assistance
• Other signs. These may
include breaking out in
contact your nearest
American Heart Association
office, or call 1-800-AHA-USA1
9:00-11:00 am, a cold sweat, nausea or
• Mon, Oct. 26, 6:00 p.m.
— Ki Sa Yon Odinate Ye?
(Computers — Creole)
lightheadedness. (1-800-242-8721), or online
Sept. 18 Friday 1:00-2:30 pm; Education • Tue, Oct. 27, 12:00 p.m. —
Movie (PG-13, 120 min.) o
Learn to recognize a Stroke at www.americanheart.org

3:00-4:30 pm Please Do Not Feed the Critters


I recently had a lady call me at the office, telling me about a neighbor who was feeding the
Oct. 15 Thursday 9:00 am-4:00 pm Signups squirrels.
Now, this may seem to be a fun endeavor, and while I think they are cute little critters, the

9:00-11:00 am, outcome for this individual was anything but fun.
The following information was given to me, and for the sake of this article, I’ll accept it a

Oct. 16 Friday 1:00-2:30 pm; Education


factual, while readily admitting that I’ve not confirmed the information.
It seems that an upstairs occupant was feeding the squirrels by throwing peanuts to the ground
directly in front of the lady who talked with me. Seems harmless at this point, doesn’t it.
3:00-4:30 pm Now, to fill in a few blanks. The person on the first floor must use a walker for mobility. She
had occasion to be outside, and while trying to gain access to her unit, she had to confront the
Nov. 12 Thursday 9:00 am-4:00 pm Signups squirrels who were trying to get access also. On this occasion, one of them was successful. It
was the squirrel.
Not wanting to be confined in the apartment with the squirrel, she attempted to help to exit.
9:00-11:00 am, In this process, she was finally successful, but in the process, fell and hit the floor with her face.
The point in writing this is to remind us that what may be a “fun” activity for some could be
Nov. 13 Friday 1:00-2:30 pm; Education a very scary and painful activity for another.
Please, do not feed the squirrels; be kind to all of our neighbors.
3:00-4:30 pm If you see someone feeding the critters, just call Animal Control at 233-1200.
Bob Marshall
Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER October 2009

Price Survey
Helps Prevent
Transportation Hurricane Price From the
Claudette Gouging Listening Post
In preparing for the hurri-
LaBonte cane season most consumers
Syd Kronish
will find small generators,
chains saws and tarps are less
expensive this year. Batteries
Information discussed at Road #7 and roof felt are more expen- Love, Your Magic Spell Is Skies, The Best Thing For You
our last meeting is that guests • New City Bagel now open sive. These were some of the Everywhere Would Be Me, You’re Just In
may ride free. The guest IDs in the Village Commons findings from the Palm Beach Love songs have been the Love, I’ve Got My Love To Keep
will be their ticket for the bus. Guest Edythe Pekin sug- County Consumer Affairs’ re- mainstay, mystery and mar- Me Warm, Cheek To Cheek.
The bus drivers, when accom- gested we consider a special cently concluded price survey vel for folks of all ages. Ever How about the delightful
panied by a resident, will also events bus. The Committee of commodities most likely to since Adam serenaded Eve toe-tapping tunes of Rodgers
accept the Temporary passes received this in a positive be needed for a hurricane or with a plea of Our Love Is and Hart: Isn’t It Romantic,
used on weekends. A free bus manner and the 2010 Budget other emergency. Here To Stay (thanks to the My Funny Valentine, Falling
pass may be obtained at the will be reviewed to include Since 1996, the Consumer Gershwins), the haunting lyr- In Love With Love, and Thou
UCO office for a maximum of such an event. Affairs Division has annually ics of love and romance, have Swell.
two weeks. Residents must be Bus Driver of the Month is surveyed a variety of Palm permeated our tell-tale hearts We can’t forget those songs
present to get a pass. Ralph Fox. Beach County retailers sell- and imbedded in our souls. by other noted: You Made Me
Bus Stop: Additional stops For further Transportation ing goods likely to be used We music mavens know and Love You (Garland to Gable),
effective 9-7-09: information, please refer to the should a hurricane threaten applaud such songs by George Unforgettable, Love Me Ten-
• On request: Beall’s on State “Mail Bag.” o the region. The survey is used and Ira as Somebody Loves der, My Devotion, What I Did
in conjunction with a county Me, Embraceable You, Just For Love, and The Nearness
Price Gouging Ordinance ef- The Way You Look Tonight, Of You (my personal favorite).
Do not give your resident pass to a fective when a state of emer- How Long Has This Been Go- Said to relate, however, there
relative or friend. It will be confiscat- gency is declared. ing On, The Man I Love and are many melodies based on
ed and there will be a charge for re- This year, 75 commodities Lady Be Good. Unrequited Love — romance
were surveyed among 40 small Then there are the beautiful gone astray, an unstable rela-
placement. and large retailers operating melodies of Irving Berlin: Blue Continued on Page 13
throughout the county.
Under a state of emergency,

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October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 9

Main Clubhouse: October Classes The World of Are You


All Classes Are NOT Final, and Are Subject to Change Nature Interested?
By Edythe Pekin By Dot Loewenstein
Monday Classes
The fall season has started Have you considered at-
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher at the various nature centers tending a group support ses-
Latin Ballroom 10/5 $20/4w 6-7 pm Party Sylvia and parks. sion to which you do not have
Some have not (at this writ- to drive? Experts will provide
Tuesday Classes ing) finalized their October printed matter you can take
schedules, thus it will be nec- home, and will answer your
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
essary for you to contact them. questions, such as:
Conv. Spanish 10/6 $20/4w 1:30 pm Card B Celina Okeeheelee Nature Cen- • “What is the difference
Line Dancing 10/13 $15/6w 10:00 am Party Charlotte ter, Forest Hill Blvd., 233- between dementia and
1400. Their first program in Alzheimer’s?”
Ceramics 10/27 $36/6w 9:30 am Ceramics Gert
the Science for Seniors series • “Is there any respite care
Wednesday Classes is a fall bird walk. Oct. 27, available nearby?”
meet at 9:00 a.m. at the Center, • “At what point should we
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher fee $5.00. Be sure to pick up consider Hospice care?”
Self Defense 10/7 $16/4w 1:25-2:00 pm Hastings Tepper the series flyer. • “Are any expenses cov-
Mounts Botanical Gar- ered by Medicare or Hu-
Thursday Classes dens, 531 N. Military Trail, mana?”
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher WPB, 233-1757. Oct 18, 11:00 Before we commit to the
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Family Fall experts coming to us, and ar-
Tai-Chi 9/24 $16/4w 10:00 am Hastings Ziffer Festival, especially of inter- range space in the Clubhouse,
Paint Workshop 10/1 $18/4w 9:30 am Art Adler est to children under 10 (free we need you to respond and
Canasta 10/1 $17/4w 10:00 am Card A Passman admission), adults $3.00. Eve- let us know you are interested.
ning walk with Director 6:00 Although non-drivers are our
Line/Country (Beg) 10/1 $15/5w 10:00 am Party Sylvia
p.m., Sept. 23, meet front main objective, this will of
Line/Country (Adv) 10/1 $15/5w 11:00 am Party Sylvia entrance. (There may be an course be open to all residents.
Ballroom 10/1 $20/4w 7:00 pm Party Sylvia October walk.) Please call. The Medical Center is work-
Water/Oil Painting 10/1 $25/6w 1:00 pm Art Rosman Fee $5.00 (non-members of ing with us on this project, and
Friends). hopes to move the meetings to
Friday Classes John MacArthur State their location by early 2010 —
Park, Singer Island, 624-650. our buses stop at the door!
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher Daily walks at 10:00 a.m. Oct. We will follow up before the
Ceramics 10/30 $36/6w 9:30 am Ceramics Gert 3, 11:00 a.m. Butterfly walk. end of October and keep you
Learn Music 10/2 Free 10:00 am Music Rm B Sonja Other activities include Blue- informed of our progress.
grass Concerts, Bird Walks, The group will likely be
Kayaking, Snake lecture. Most limited to 25 participants, so
are free with Park Admission. please respond quickly.
Other Nearby Areas Please Kindly provide your name,
call for programs: phone number, and preferred
Pine Jog Educational day of the week.
Center FAU, Summit Blvd., Would you like monthly or
just East of Jog, 686-6600. weekly meetings?
Nice walking trails. Check Either phone Courtney in
with office. the WPRF ticket office at 640-
Wakodahatchee Wet- 3120 and give her the above
lands, Jog Road, Delray info, or complete the survey
Beach (between Woolbright form and drop it in the Sugges-
and Atlantic), East side of tion Box at the Ticket Office.
Road, Boardwalk over open Thank you!
water ponds, lots of water
birds. No schedule, just visit, NAME
bring binoculars.
Green Cay Nature Center, _____________________
12800 Hagen Ranch Road,
Annuity Owners Could Pay Up Boynton Beach (just south
of Flavor Pict Rd.), 561-966-
PHONE
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village. Not a week goes by


without a complaint of apart-
ments being flooded. This is
becoming a disaster, and if
Maintenance we can’t bring it under con-
trol we may see some very
Jerry Karpf large increases in our building
insurance fees. In most cases
the problem is preventable.
All that is needed is for the
unit owners to take a few
First of all, if you missed the A reminder: We still have precautions by shutting off
September 9 meeting, please about two months to go until their water (have the water This toilet leak caused $75,000 in damage.
make a note that future main- the end of hurricane season, so company do this) whenever
tenance meetings will now be don’t let yourself be lulled into they are going away, even if it
held on the second Wednes- a sense of false security. You is only for a couple of weeks.
day of the month. As a result, never know when a storm will By doing this, we could prob-
articles will be printed in the form, or change direction and ably stop about 75% of the
following month, meaning come our way. Be prepared. water leaks we have at pres-
they will be one month behind. Make sure you have your hur- ent. A flood can leave behind
Even though this month’s is- ricane supplies on hand. several thousands of dollars of
sue is October, the September Our September meeting damage. If the unit owner is
meeting info will show up in will host a manufacturer of not insured the damage can be
the November issue. Confus- hurricane windows and sliding ten times worse. Remember to
ing? Just read whatever you hurricane doors. In the past we obtain homeowners’ insurance
see, or better yet, attend the have had several other makers as soon as possible. See you This tank overflow caused $50,000 in damage.
meetings. Now, on to business: give a presentation; however, October 14th. o Photos by Dan Gladstone
Our policy with regards we find that this one uses a
to manufacturers and anyone heavy duty aluminum frame
who lectures at any main- with a very high impact glass
Save the Date
tenance meeting: UCO and that is sealed with one of the The UCO Installation Luncheon is scheduled for Sunday, March 14, 2010 at the Marriott Hotel in West Palm Beach. This is a good
the maintenance committee best corking that is available time to notify your Association so that they may put the price of your tickets in their 2010 budget.
do not endorse or approve of today. They also offer payment We will be installing a new UCO President, Vice Presidents, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary, and Recording Secretary. The
any manufacturer, product, or terms for as long as 25 years.
contractor. All opinions of any A full report will appear in the Executive Board will be installed too.
lecturer are strictly their own November issue of our paper. A delicious brunch will be served as well as music for dancing.
and not those of UCO. This We must advise everyone The good news is that we have been able to keep the cost per person to $35. More information will follow as we get closer to 2010.
article cannot be used in any about an epidemic here in our
legal matter.
Mary Patrick Benton, Chair
October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 11

Solutions for The Mail Bag that clause. All UCO monies
Continued from Page 6 belong to all of us and that
Living ready to go to arbitration. What certainly makes sense that we
www.JFCSonline.com a shame. We may have won the are told, let us say quarterly,
Since 1974, the award-win- whole eleven million dollars. how much there is and the
ning Alpert JFCS has helped Next time you decide to investment details, bearing
families of all faiths through- write a letter, make sure you in mind that these would not
out most of Palm Beach Coun- get your facts straight before have been audited.
ty, FL, via counseling, seniors you accuse someone of some- Kurt Weiss
services, residences for the thing they not only are not
disabled, mentoring children, guilty of, but maybe we should
support groups and a lot more.
A significant number of
get a big hug and a thank you Do You Own a
from the residents for being
adults with disabilities are brave enough to stand up to Prius?
dependent upon their aging Mr. Levy. Century Villagers only: We
parents. Many of the caregiv- And by the way, I do not would love to have an article about
ers have not accessed and do rant and rave. I get angry and your experiences, between 75-100
not have knowledge of the become verbal; and I put my words, sent to ucoreporterwpb@
myriad of benefits and ser- money where my mouth is. bellsouth.net. Thank you. See article, page 38.
vices available to them and Olga Wolkenstein
their children. To bridge the
gap, Alpert Jewish Family and About the Budget
Children’s Service (AJFCS) I enjoyed the town hall
has been funded by United meeting dedicated to the 2010
Way of Palm Beach County budget.
to create the LifePlanning Our yearly budgets are usu-
Program. The kickoff event ally presented in a professional
is a LifePlanning Resource manner, and though there
Fair for the families of adults might be different opinions
with disabilities, which is to about this or that line item,
be held on Thursday, October by no means would indicate
15th, 2009, from 9:30 a.m. – dissatisfaction with the over-
12:30 p.m. at the Therapeutic all handling of this important
Recreation Complex, located procedure.
at 2728 Lake Worth Road, There is one area, how-
Lake Worth, FL 33461. ever, which has been ignored
In addition to the Fair, we in the past. I do not recall a
will be offering a Seminar time when we were presented
series of 5 workshops for fam- with a list of all UCO monies,
ily members which cover the where invested and under what
topics of: You’re Not Alone!; conditions.
Bridging the Benefits Gap; Such a requested list should
The Roadmap to Legal and Fi- also include the doorway fees
nancial Security; “There’s No we received as part of the
Place Like Home”; and Arriv- contract we signed recently
ing at Optimal Independence. regarding future television
The series of seminars will be screening in the Village.
offered twice during the year I am aware that there is a
in the southern part of Palm confidentiality clause in that
Beach County and twice in the agreement, but this should
northern part of Palm Beach not prevent inclusion of these
County. The LifePlanning monies without mentioning
Program also offers individu- details which are covered by
alized planning meetings with
the family consultant, support
groups for the families, and a Marianne Smith Erwin, Broker-Associate, Keller Williams Realty of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
socialization program for the 2901 PGA Blvd., Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 • email: msmith720@aol.com • website: www.kw.com
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October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 13

Clubhouse Library CV Grandma Listening Post of such songs — Always, Be-


By Dot Loewenstein Continued from Page 8 cause I Love You, All Alone.
This month, I choose to deviate from my normal “rules of
Proud of tionship, or dreams that never Our Century Village resi-
come true. In that group would dents probably can add many,
the library” to tell you a story. You will not find this story in Her Hero be Let’s Call The Whole Thing many more to this list. If so,
our library. By Syd Kronish
Off, One For My Baby and One write me at the UCO Reporter
A library volunteer was taken by ambulance to the nearest Heroes are beloved by all
More For The Road (Sinatra) and we will hum along togeth-
hospital, but when we phoned the hospital we were told he/she — especially their families,
and Don’t Ever Leave Me. er. My last thought is that Love
had been there but was not admitted. Did you see him/her leave? friends and the press. Here’s
Irving Berlin had a bevy Is a Many Splendored Thing. o
Did you know where he/she went? Many residents were con- a hero story with a CV con-
vinced he/she had just up and left on his/her own, while others nection.
thought perhaps he/she may have been transferred to another Two weeks ago, three col- CLUBHOUSE MOVIES
facility. Truth: He/she was transferred, and a few phone calls lege age students were fish-
GREAT BUCK HOWARD (PG • 90 min)
resulted in finding him/her. ing from a boat off the coast Colin Hanks, Tom Arnold, Tom Hanks
A resident was found on the ground, bleeding profusely, and of Boynton Beach: Mathew Get ready for the comeback of a lifetime. A young man, much
in a matter of moments everyone “knew” he/she had been beaten Porter, Anais Roque and Keith to the chagrin of his father, becomes the new assistant to an
illusionist in decline.
within an inch of his/her life, and was left for dead. Thus the rumor Monz. They came upon and Thu, 10/01, 6:45 pm; Sun, 10/04, 1:45 pm; Mon, 10/05, 6:45 pm;
mill began and within an hour the entire Village was on alert to rescued two survivors from a Tue, 10/01, 1:45 pm
watch for predators. Were you there? Did you see the attacker? sunken vessel, pulling them
CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC (PG • 104 min)
Did you ask how he/she got hurt? Truth: He/she fell off his/her to safety; then called the U.S. Isla Fisher, Hugh Dancy, John Lithgow, John Goodman
bike — there was no attack. Coast Guard, informing the All she ever wanted was a little credit. A college grad lands a
Most recently we arrived at a Delegate meeting to the “news” government patrol of their job as a financial journalist in New York City to support where
she nurtures her shopping addiction and falls for a wealthy
that a friend had just died. When questioned, it appears an rescue efforts. entrepreneur.
announcement had been made by someone who spoke with One of these young men, Thu, 10/08, 6:45 pm; Sun, 10/11, 1:45 pm; Mon, 10/12, 6:45 pm;
authority. No one asked: “Did you see the body?” Finally, some Keith Monz, is the grandson Tue, 10/13, 1:45 pm; Thu, 10/15, 6:45 pm
intelligent people got the idea that perhaps he/she had been of Carol Conti, a long-time DUPLICITY (PG-13 • 125 min)
transferred to another facility, and we immediately got on the resident of Hastings C. For Clive Owen, Julia Roberts
phone to the various hospitals in our area until we spoke with their acts of heroism, the Coast Outwit. Outspy. Outsmart. Outplay. Then get out. A pair of
corporate spies who share a steamy past hook up to pull off
an operator who said “Yes, he/she is here, in ICU.” Guard presented the young the ultimate con job on their respective bosses.
While all of this may be amusing, or at least interesting, I lads with awards for “Merito- Sun, 10/18, 1:45 pm; Mon, 10/19, 6:45 pm; Tue, 10/20, 1:45 pm;
sincerely hope no one writes a novel with this plot. It drains us rious Service.” Carol, like any Thu, 10/20, 6:45 pm; Sun, 10/25, 1:45 pm

of our emotions, not knowing what is true and what is false. other grandma, was elated and THE SOLOIST (PG-13 • 117 min)
How would you feel if this story concerned your relative or excited in telling us about her Jamie Foxx, Robert Downey Jr.
Life has a mind of its own. A Los Angeles journalist befriends
friend? “heroic hero.”
a homeless Julliard trained musician while looking for a new
So I’m using my column this month to ask you one simple The complete story was article for the paper.
question: “Did you see with your own eyes?” The best reaction reported on local TV and the Mon, 10/26, 6:45 pm; Tue, 10/27, 1:45 pm; Thu, 10/29, 6:45 pm
would be to ask the person giving you the story if they saw it Palm Beach Post. o (TO BE CONTINUED NEXT MONTH)
themselves. If not, please do not pass on these fairy tales. Re-
peat: if you do not have personal knowledge, such as seeing
with your own eyes, then just assume it is a rumor and don’t
pppp NO ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED

pass it on, please. o

List of UCO Committees & Chairs


As of September 1, 2009
Committee.................................................................. Chair
Advisory...................................................Randall Borchardt
Beautification...................................................Sandy Cohen
Benches & Signs............................................Haskell Morin
OVER 20 YEARS IN HOME MONITORING
Cable................................................................. David Israel Lif
Channel 63........................................................... Ken Davis eSi
gn
al 9
11
Community Relations....................................Ted Silverman
Elections.................................................... Hershel Sarasohn
Finance........................................................... Dorothy Tetro
Infrastructure.................................................George Dupley
Insurance....................................................... Dan Gladstone
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Investigations.................................................Louise Gerson .
(Co-Chairs)
Irrigation.........................................................Sal Bummolo
LifeSignal 911

Lifts........................................................................ Irv Small


Maintenance........................................................Jerry Karpf
Ombudsman......................................................Phil Shapkin
Operations............................................George Loewenstein
Programs & Services...................................... Frank Cornish www.LifeSignal911.com
Reporter......................................Irv Lazar/Dot Loewenstein
(Co-Chairs)
Safety............................... George Franklin/Michael Rayber
(Co-Chairs)
Search/Nominating....................................Roberta Fromkin
Security........................................................ Al McLaughlin
Transportation......................................... Claudette LaBonte A+
Welcome........................... Haskell Morin/Myron Silverman
(Co-Chairs)
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I read with much interest the Waldman ad and the letter to the editor “Here We Go Again.”
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their plans for elaborate landscaping, they mention that we in Century Village will be more
secure, since our “common boundary will no longer be vulnerable.” This, of course, does not
include security between their planned development and our Village. Their presumption that
SPECIAL NOTICE
this project will not add more traffic is baseless. To all Presidents, Board Members and Unit Owners:
What would have made more sense than this comparison to a modern day Shangri-La is to There has been a rash of ads, notices and
cards being placed on our bulletin boards from
publish relevant information about “Reflection Bay,” such as:
unlicensed contractors advertising their services.
• Will this be a development for seniors, 55 and older? Remember! Never hire any contractor, electrician,
• How many units are planned? Single homes or multi-story buildings? or any handyman without first seeing their
• If rumors are correct about 600 units, what will traffic look like with over at least 600 ad- license and a copy of their insurance. Remember,
ditional vehicles, some of them with teenage drivers? unlicensed people, who do plumbing or electrical
• What security is planned, not on our common boundaries, such as Haverhill Road, but be- work without a permit, could cause floods or fires
tween our Village and “Reflection Bay”? and other problems in your building. You will
be held responsible for any problems that
These are just some basic initial questions which require answers. unlicensed workers may cause.
As to the letter to the editor in the September issue, I am somewhat perplexed: I wonder whether
the first half of that letter pertains to our Village or to the health care town hall meetings with orga-
nized (sometimes “armed”) opposition.
Let me remind the writer that the golf course controversy is indeed a “here we go again”
situation.
We went through this about three years ago. The renovated change in the zoning for that area
into a multi-unit development was then thoroughly discussed and roundly rejected by the Vil-
lage. Nothing has changed since. That the golf course lost money for years is not our concern.
In today’s economy, with bankruptcy and foreclosures a daily occurrence, this is just one of the
businesses which shut down.
The assumption that because Jeff Koons is term-limited, there is a better chance that the
zoning will be changed is completely unfounded. The County Commission consists of seven
members. We need four to defeat any proposal for a zoning change and I believe we have those.
I wish to see more involvement of UCO in this matter. Apparently, the letter, sent to the
Waldmans, by UCO, declaring that we are against the conversion of the golf course into a 600
unit development, is not referred to, either in the Waldman ad or in the letter to the editor.
In the final analysis, what should be decided is what is best for the Village, not the county’s
tax base, nor the Waldmans’ financial affairs. o

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Organization News Century Village Symphony


Orchestra Annual Concert:
We will perform The Poet
era and My Fair Lady on Thu,
Mar 13, 8:00 pm at the CH
Theatre. Tickets are on sale
Plaza at 9:00 am and Casino at
3:00 pm, price incl driver tip,
lunch buffet at Fresh Harvest,
and Peasant Overture, Con- now at the ticket office. free play tickets. Rose, 641-
Amit Rishona Chapter: Meets 2nd Tue, 7:00 pm, Class- certino for Piano in A Minor, 0014; Grace, 640-5229.
Come to our monthly meet- room B. You don’t have to The Russian Sailors’ Dance, Christian Club: We meet 1st
ing on Tue, Nov 20, at 1:00 own a weapon. Everything is El Relicario, And the Angels Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of Congregation Anshei Sho-
pm (collation at 12 noon). free. This fall, we have a great Sing, New World Symphony CH. Coming event: Oct 27, lom: We welcome you to our
Other coming events: Dec 12, lineup of speakers. We were (4th Movement) and selections Seminole Coconut Creek Ca- temple family. Attend our
luncheon and games at CV CH sponsored by Humana Insur- from The Phantom of the Op- sino, bus leaves College Park Continued on Page 25
(Bess, 478-0735); Jan 13, 2-5 ance for free range time at the
pm, Israeli film at the CH (El- Gator Gun Center on Sep 9.
lie, 471-4935); Mar 7, ann din- Ladies are invited. George, Mark B. Grumet, D.M.D.
ner at Aitz Chaim (call Bess). 471-9929.
GENERAL DENTISTRY
Congregation Anshei Century Village Orchestra:
We practice every Mon, 1:15- Conveniently located where you shop
Sholom Adult Education
Congregation Anshei Sho-
lom will have two adult edu-
3:45, in the CH, Room C (Oct
26-Mar 20). We play 3 con- Crosstown Plaza
cation courses beginning in certs each year. We welcome Between Publix and Blockbuster Video
November. all pros and amateurs who en-
• Exams, Cleanings Call
Sara Farkas, an Israeli na- joy playing with a group. We
• Crown and Bridgework

683-0903
tive and member of the con- would like to add a conductor,
more violins, violas, cellos, • Implant Bridgework
gregation, will lead a course in
bass, bassoons and percus- • Partial and Full Dentures
conversational Hebrew. Sara is
• Same Day Repairs, Relines 2885-H N. Military Trail
an accomplished teacher. sion players to our orchestra.
• Other Phases of General Dentistry Hours by Appointment
Those members of the con- Rickie, 683-0869.
gregation who took the course
last year were very impressed
by the caliber of the teaching.
No prior knowledge of He-
brew is required.
Rabbi Michael Korman will
lead a course entitled “Great
Jewish Thinkers: Their Impact
on Judaism.”
Rabbi Korman, the spiritual
leader of the congregation,
is an experienced education
administrator and college pro-
fessor.
Both courses will run from
November to March on Mon-
day mornings at the Temple.
They are free to members only
(nonmembers pay).
For further information,
contact the Temple office any
weekday morning 684-3212.

B’nai B’rith Century: We


meet every 4th Sun, 9:30 am,
for breakfast meeting at Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom. For
more info, call Arnold Rimm,
689-1918.

Brooklyn U.S.A.: Will meet


on Wed, Oct 14, 1:30 in the
Party Room. Coming events:
Oct 16, dessert social for paid-
up members; Nov 15, Italian
lunch & entertainment; Dec
17, BBQ and boat trip on the
Jungle Queen; Jan 17, mys-
tery bus trip; Feb 21, annual
luncheon/dance; Mar 16-18,
3 day/2 nite trip to Key West.
Elayne, 688-8151; Steve, 242-
0481; Rose, 683-1564.

Canadian Club: Meets 4 th


Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00
pm. Membership open to all.
Lots of great activities. Betty,
684-0766; Franne, 478-9526;
Madelaine, 684-5595.

Century Village Gun Club:


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BERKSHIRE F Great loc, patio on garden, nice.24,900 furnished & rentable..............................................44,900
UPPER FLOOR 1 BEDROOM/1 BATH CHATHAM D CORNER on Chatham Isle, Tile,
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CAMBRIDGE A Rentable, friendly association, needs furnished, walk to gate...........................................39,900
TLC........................................................................17,500 NORWICH O Walk to eastgate from lovely furnished
WINDSOR H Beauty, all redone, tile, new a/c’s & condo, nice view....................................................28,500
more.......................................................................24,900 SHEFFIELD M Corner, great opportunity just foot
GROUND FLOOR 1 BEDROOM / 1 ½ BATH steps to health club.................................................29,900
SOUTHAMPTON B Park at your door, oversized patio 2 BEDROOM/2 BATH
on golf course.........................................................17,500 GOLF’S EDGE 8 Ground fl, park at your door, walk to
WINDSOR H Corner, new a/c furnished near gate & clubhouse, new kitch & baths, HR shtrs................59,900
pool, GREAT DEAL!!!..........................................19,000 OXFORD 100 Furnished, oversized on water, excellent
STRATFORD O 2 patios, beautiful new flooring and price, furnished......................................................39,900
updates throughout.................................................48,800 OXFORD 100 All tile, new Trane air conditioner
WINDSOR H CORNER, New kitchen& baths, patio on waterfront, lovely unit............................................49,900
garden, wlk to pool................................................29,900 SOMERSET Ground on the lake completely and
UPPER FLOOR 1 BEDROOM 1 ½ BATH tastefully remodeled...............................................79,900
WELLINGTON A Next to pool on cul-de-sac, great ELEVATOR 2/2’s
exposure.................................................................32,500 WELLINGTON F Tile, long lake vws, pristine..59,900
SALISBURY C Walk to gate and clubhouse, priced to GREENBRIER C All new kitchen & baths, new a/c &
sell..........................................................................19,900 appl, part furn.........................................................79,000
COVENTRY E Pet friendly, clean & bright.......24,900 WELLINGTON E Pristine updated lakefront
DOVER C Georgeous views of lake, great location, condominium.........................................................59,900
elevator...................................................................34,900
ANDOVER H Cnr, tile new bath, on preserve.....39,900

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GOLF’S EDGE F Pristine, freshly painted lovely view,
great price...............................................................26,900
EASTHAMPTON E Corner, rentable central a/c Walk
to eastgate...............................................................23,500
ANDOVER C Gorgeous new kitchen & baths, stunning CAMBRIDGE A Corner 2 1/5 clean, move in ready..............................................................550
unit, all done for you..............................................39,900 NORWICH 2/1.5 2nd fl. furnished, pristine cond...................................................................550
SHEFFIELD L Walk to Hastings, furn, great CANTERBURY I 1/1 2nd fl laminate fl, like new clean as a whistle.....................................550
opportunity.............................................................26,900 STRATFORD O 1/1.5 Ground fl CAC 2 patios, on water......................................................650
SOMERSET F 2/2 2nd fl on water, new carpet fresh paint oversized....................................725
BEDFORD F Corner, new a/c, carpet, freshly painted,
STRATFORD O 1/1.5 2nd fl, Tile, granite, all renovated on water........................................650
walk to club............................................................29,900 STRATFORD I 1/1.5 2nd fl all new construction, stunning...................................................600
GREENBRIER C Lovely golf views, elevator & Pool STRATFORD 1/1/5 2nd fl Stunning, renovated, washer/dryer...............................................750
furnished nicely......................................................49,900 WINDSOR B All new kitchen, step in shower, nr pool very pretty........................................550
GOLF’S EDGE E Turnkey nicely furnished, walk to SUSSEX B Corner 2/1,5 ground fl, furnished, tile...................................................................550
clubhouse & pool...................................................29,900 SHEFFIELD A CORNER, waterfront walk to Hastings club.................................................700
GROUND FLOOR 2 BEDROOM/1 ½ BATH
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Organization News working Club: Meets 1st Fri, Hashoa. Kathy, 689-0393.
Continued from Page 17 6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH.
daily Minyans and Shabbat We share relevant info among Irish-American Cultural
services Fri eve at 8:00 and ourselves and with our com- Club of CV: Meets 1st Tue in
Sat morn at 8:45. Sisterhood munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve,
Recipes mini-luncheon every 3rd Tue. 389-5300.
CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For info,
call Robert, 917-704-0223.
Avis Blank Other events: Sep 28, Break
the Fast, holiday seats avail Greater Philadelphia Club: Italian-American Culture
@ $10. Rae 478-3221; the Elaine, 615-6697. Club: Bowling at Verdes Lanes
Temple, 684-3212 starting Sat, Oct 31, 9:00. Join
Hadassah, Judith Epstein your friends for a morning of
During the Depression oil, raisins and spices in a Deborah Hospital Founda- Chapter at CVWPB: Meets fun. Fran, 616-3314.
years, families had to be thrifty saucepan, and boil for three tion: Now meets 2nd Fri in CH 3rd Wed at 11:45 am for mini-
in order to survive. minutes, stirring frequently. Party Room at 11:00 am. lunch, 12:30 meeting at Cong Jewish War Veterans Post
I remember the tantalizing Take pan off heat and let cool
Anshei Sholom. Suzanne, #501: Meets 1 st Sun, An-
scents of the special cake that for ten minutes. Dissolve Democratic Club of Century 686-4241. shei Sholom. Breakfast at
mother baked. When anyone baking soda and salt in two Village: Meet in Party Room, Sep 9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets
in the family was feeling blue, teaspoons of water and add to 22 at 1:30 pm (note new loc). All Holocaust Survivors of the from Sep to May with guest
or it was a snowy or rainy day, raising mixture (it will foam). Democrats are welcome. Palm Beaches: Meet 2nd Wed, speakers. Activities include
mother baked this particular Blend in the flour and baking
9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom. servicing VA patients. Ralph,
cake. The aromas that filled powder. Mix well. Duplicate Bridge at Hast- Our first meet of the season 689-1271; Howard, 478-2780.
the house made everyone feel Pour batter into a greased ings Clubhouse: Every Mon will be Oct 14, then Nov 11.
happy and uplifted the spirits. nine inch square pan and at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00 On Sun, Dec 20, we are hav- Jewish War Veterans Post
I have followed mama’s bake for 55 minutes, or until pm. If you need a partner, ing our Chanukah Party, a #520: Meets 4th Sun at Elks
tradition. When family mem- a toothpick inserted in center call Mimi, 697-2710, leave kosher meal and dancing. We Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Con-
bers prepare the cake together, comes out clean. Let cake cool message. return to regular meets on Jan tinental breakfast at 9:00,
it brings us very close. It is for about 10 minutes before
14 and Feb 11. In Mar, it’s a followed by general meeting.
a time to chat and confide in serving. Serves 10 to 12. o Evangelical Christian Net- Purim Party. In Apr, it’s Yom- Continued on Page 29
each other. Try it just once and
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• 2 cups dark raisins
• 2 teaspoons cinnamon
• 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
• 1/2 teaspoon ground nut-
meg
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
• 1 teaspoon salt
• 2 teaspoons water
• 2 cups flour
• 1 teaspoon baking powder
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SUSSEX D FURNISHED, CARPET, PRISTINE CONDITION, FRESH PAINT $500
CAMDEN H FURN/UNFURNISHED,CERAMIC TILE, NEW A/C IN LIVINGROOM $625
KINGSWOOD A
NORWICH I
FURNISHED, CARPET, SCREENED PATIO
UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WALL UNITS, WELL KEPT
$550
$550
I’m cleaning apartments
SALISBURY A
WINDSOR H
CARPET, FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE
TILE FLOOR, FURNISHED, CLOSE TO GATE AND POOL
$500
$550 in your neighborhood
CAMDEN L FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE $450
KINGSWOOD D
CANTERBURY H
FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDENVIEW, NEAR EAST GATE
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW APPLIANCES
$500
$550
and can do yours.
Call me for my old-
NORTHAMPTON R FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR POOLAND WEST GATE $550
CAMDEN B FURNISHED, CARPET, LAKE VIEW, NEWER APPLIANCES $500
SHEFFIELD F FURNISHED, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $525

SUSSEX A
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH
UNFURNISHED, REDONE, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $600
fashioned personal service.
EASTHAMPTON G FULLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $650
SOUTHAMPTON B
SOUTHAMPTON A
FURN, CARPET, LARGE PATIO, NEAR POOL
FURNISHED, CARPET, DEVELOPMENT HAS OWN POOL
$500
$550
Not an agency.
EASTHAMPTON D FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $700
HASTINGS B
NORWICH H
FURN/UNFURN, PERGO FLOORS, GARDENVIEW
UPGRADES GALORE!! CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED
$575
$550
Lorena
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
NORWICH L UNFURNISHED, CARPET, GARDENVIEW, NEAR EAST GATE $450 561-585-3256/561-503-7515 cel
NORWICH I FURN/UNFURN, CERAMIC TILE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $475
CAMDEN E FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL $525
SUSSEX B FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE, 24 HOUR SECURITY $500
SHEFFIELD N FURNISHED, VERY CLEAN, CARPET/CERAMIC TILE $600

FOR SALE
SUSSEX B FURNISHED, CARPET, QUIET AREA $600
CANTERBURY F FURNISHED, LOWER SET BACK, NEAR POOL $550
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
CHATHAM K FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW STOVE AND NEW REFRIG. $650
NORWICH F FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN, WALL UNITS $600
CANTERBURY G UNFURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEWER APPLIANCES $600
STRATFORD B FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE, CERAMIC TILE $650
HASTINGS D FURNISHED,NEW KITCHEN, UPDATED ELEC. STEP IN SHOWER $700

2 burial niches
SUSSEX C FURNISHED, CARPET, TILE, CENTRAL AIR $750
STRATFORD K FURNISHED, LARGE PATIO, CEILING FANS, 2 BATHS $600
WALTHAM B FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW ROOF, NEAR EAST GATE $600
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH

at Royal Palm
CHATHAM D UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, CENTRAL AIR $600
DORCHESTER I FURNISHED, CARPET, KITCHEN REDONE, TRANSPORTATION $700
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1/1.5 BATH
COVENTRY FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, C/A NEW KITCHEN, IMMACULATE $600

Memorial
CAMDEN L FULLY FURN, SHOWER ONLY, CARPET $550
WINDSOR M FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $550
ANDOVER E UNFURNISHED, CARPET, TRANSPORTATION, CORNER $550
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH

Gardens in West
COVENTRY H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $650
COVENTRY A FURNISHED, HARDWOOD FLOORS, CARPET IN BEDROOMS $700
GOLF’S EDGE F FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GOLFVIEW $700
NORWICH H UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $700

Palm Beach
CHATHAM D FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW KITCHEN $650
WINDSOR E UNFURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW $650
CAMBRIDGE D FURNISHED, CARPET, DISHWASHER $625
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
WELLINGTON G
CHATHAM K
UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, LG PATIO, 2 BATHS
NEWLY REDONE, FURNISHED, COVERED PATIO
$650
$725
Contact Arnold Yelin at
203-322-4302
NORTHAMPTON N STALL SHOWER, WATER VIEW, BEAUTIFUL CERAMIC TILE $750
COVENTRY E FURNISHED, PET FRIENDLY, CERAMIC TILE $700
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 BATH

or Email
COVENTRY E FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $600
CANTERBURY E FURN/UNFURN, CT, TILE PATIO, ENCL PATIO, NEW BR FURN $480
CAMDEN H FURNISHED, CARPET/LINOLEUM, X-STORAGE, NEAR POOL $480
NORWICH F
WINDSOR J
NORWICH C
FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW,CLUBHOUSE , FITNESS CENTER
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTY
FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW
$600
$750
$575
imyelin@optonline.net
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1 BATH
WALTHAM I FURN/UNFURNISHED, CARPET, C/A, NEAR EAST GATE, GARDEN $650
COVENTRY B NEAR FITNESS CENTER, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, UNFURNISHED $650
SEASONALS
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
COVENTRY A CERAMIC TILE, QUEEN SIZE BED, BATHS REDONE, CARPET $1,200
NORWICH H NEW APPL. IN KITCHEN, NEW A/C, CERAMIC TILE $1,050
DOVER A WATERVIEW, CERAMIC TILE, LARGE PATIO $1,100
CHATHAM H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE ,WATERVIEW $1,100
SOUTHAMPTON A GOLF VIEW, CARPET, NEAR POOL $1,000
EASTHAMPTON D NR CLUBHOUSE, CARPET, NR E. GATE, 24 HR GATED COMM. $1,000
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
SALISBURY F NEW KITCHEN, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, VERY CLEAN $1,150
SUSSEX C CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEW KITCHEN,NEAR POOL $1,200
COVENTRY A NR EAST GATE, HARDWOOD FLOOR, CARPET IN BEDROOM $1,200
SHEFFIELD J NR HASTING FITNESS, CARPET, PRISTINE CONDITION $1,200
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 BATH
COVENTRY E PARTLY FURNISHED, 6 MONTHS ONLY, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $1,100
NORWICH O CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NR EAST GATE AND CLUBHOUSE $1,000
WINDSOR J NR WEST GATE, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $1,150
SUSSEX B NR POOL, PRIVATE AREA, CERAMIC TILE, 2 TWIN BEDS (4 MTHS) $1,000
SUSSEX A NR POOL, PRIVATE AREA, CERAMIC TILE $1,000
SALISBURY F NEAR EAST GATE, CARPET, CORNER UNIT $900
NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, FULL SIZE BED & SOFA BED $1,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
COVENTRY E NEW FURN, PET FRIENDLY, NEAR EAST GATE, C/A $975
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
COVENTRY H CARPET,CERAMIC TILE,NR EAST GATE AND CLUBHOUSE $1,200
STRATFORD K CARPET, 2 BATHS, C/A, LARGE ROOMS $1,200
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
CAMDEN H WOOD FLOORS, NEAR WEST GATE, NR POOL $1,100
SHEFFIELD N CARPET,CERAMIC TILE, CLEAN, NR FITNESS CENTER $1,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
CHATHAM R CT, CPT, WTRVW, OUTSIDE CNR, REDONE, CLOSE TO PKG AND POOL $1,250
CHATHAM K CERAMIC TILE, COVERED PATIO,CARPET $1,200
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
CAMDEN B CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEWER APPLIANCES, NEAR WEST GATE $1,125
SHEFFIELD F NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER, CLEAN AND FRESH $950
CAMDEN G CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, SCREENED PATIO $1,200
SALISBURY G CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION $1,125
CANTERBURY H NEW APPLIANCES, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL $950
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
SOMERSET D HW FLOORS, 2 BATHS, NEAR POOL AND TENNIS COURT $1,200
STRATFORD K CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEWER APPLIANCES $1,250
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH
COVENTRY CERAMIC TILE, C/A NEW KITCHEN, IMMACULATE $1,100
CAMBRIDGE B CT, INSIDE CORNER, GARDEN VIEW, SHOWER STALL 2 BATHS $1,050
October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 27

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
www.maryjeanmasters.com right to 2101 Vista Parkway (Crexent Building suite 107, West Palm Beach, FL, 33411)
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH CAMDEN I - UNFURNISHED, NEAR POOL, GREAT GARDEN VIEW $11,000
COVENTRY E - PARTLY FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, CA $30,000 CAMDEN C - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, BEAUTIFUL $22,000
CANTERBURY C - NEW FURNITURE, CERAMIC TILE, NEW APPLIANCES $34,900 WINDSOR N - FURNISHED, BEAUTY, NEAR WEST GATE $31,000
CHATHAM D - BEAUTIFULLY FURN, LOTS OF LIGHT, WATERVIEW, C/A $29,000 DORCHESTER E - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE AFTER 1 YEAR $23,000
SUSSEX B - FURNISHED, CARPET, RENTABLE, NEW HEATER, REFRIG., A/C $45,000 CANTERBURY K - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADES $15,000
DORCHESTER D - FURNISHED, PARQUET FLOORS, NEAR POOL $35,000 SUSSEX C - FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, REDONE $19,900
GOLF’S EDGE E - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, ENCL. PATIO $38,000 SUSSEX M - BEAUTY, FURNISHED, LIFT INCLUDED $20,000
BEDFORD E - UNFURNISHED, LIFT!!!, CARPET, LOTS OF LIGHT $27,000 WINDSOR D - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, NEAR WEST GATE $37,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH CAMDEN J - NEW BATHROOM UTTILITIES, NEW WATER HEATER $19,900
NORWICH F - UNFURNISHED, TOTALLY RENOVATED, CERAMIC TILE $28,000 KINGSWOOD C - PRETTY, RENTABLE, CLOSE TO AMENITIES $55,000
BEDFORD G - WOOD FLOORS,UNFURN.,NEW VANITIES AND TOILETS $25,000 COVENTRY E - NEW FURNITURE, CENTRAL A/C, PET FRIENDLY $33,000
CAMDEN L - FURNISHED, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE, SHOWER STALL $31,000 UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
BERKSHIRE B - UPGRADES GALORE! SHOWER STALL CT, H20 VIEW $43,000 SOMERSET A - UNFN, PGO FLS, 2 BATHS, HUR SHUTS, STN ST APPL, WTRVW, NR PL
NORWICH M - FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED, CARPET, EAST GATE $25,000 & TN CTS $79,900
NORWICH O - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR EAST GATE $40,000 EASTHAMPTON G - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, TILE, NEAR WEST GATE $39,500
SUSSEX A - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $29,900 GREENBRIER B - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, CT, NEWER APPLS $55,000
SHEFFIELD M - SWEET AND COZY, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $30,000 SALISBURY F - NEW KITCHEN, FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $43,000
WINDSOR M - FURNISHED, CENTRAL AC, GARDEN VIEW $49,000 WELLINGTON G - UNFURN, NEW CARPET, NEW KITCHEN , NEW A/C $49,000
CAMBRIDGE G - LOTS OF UPGRADES!! CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL $15,900 GOLF’S EDGE F - FURN, CERAMIC TILE, CORNER UNIT $65,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH CAMBRIDGE E - CARPET, PARTLY FURNINSHED, CENTRAL AIR, GRNVW $43,000
NORWICH F - UNFURNISHED, TOTALLY RENOVATED, CERAMIC TILE $28,000 COVENTRY K - WALK-IN-SHOWER, PET FRIENDLY, FURNISHED $52,000
BEDFORD G - WOOD FLOORS,UNFURN.,NEW VANITIES AND TOILETS $25,000 CAMDEN E - FURNITURE NEG, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $42,000
CAMDEN L - FURNISHED, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE, SHOWER STALL $31,000 WINDSOR E - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET WATERVIEW $57,900
BERKSHIRE B - UPGRADES GALORE! SHOWER STALL CT, H20 VIEW $43,000 BEDFORD H - FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $38,000
NORWICH M - FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED, CARPET, EAST GATE $25,000 DORCHESTER B - FURN, CT, CARPET, NEW A/C TURN-KEY $45,000
NORWICH O - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR EAST GATE $40,000 NORWICH H - BEAUTY, RENTABLE, BEST OFFER $40,000
SUSSEX A - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $29,900 CAMBRIDGE H - STUNNING! FURNISHED, NEW HURRICAN WINDOWS $69,900
SHEFFIELD M - SWEET AND COZY, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $30,000 WALTHAM I - PARTLY FURNISHED, LOTS OF LIGHT, NEW A/C, EAST GATE $33,000
WINDSOR M - FURNISHED, CENTRAL AC, GARDEN VIEW $49,000 HASTINGS B - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, LIFT, LIGHT AND BRIGHT $37,000
CAMBRIDGE G - LOTS OF UPGRADES!! CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL $15,900 WALTHAM A - FURNISHED, RENTABLE, NEAR AMENITIES $68,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH NORWICH L - FURNISHED, RENTABLE, GREAT LOCATION $69,000
NORWICH L - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, GARDENVIEW, RENTABLE $20,000 SHEFFIELD O - CERAMIC TILE, PRETTY, GARDEN VIEW $75,000
COVENTRY L - PTY FURN, CPT, SHOWER STALL, 2 AC UNITS, NWR APPLS $18,000 GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
DOVER A - ENCLOSED PATIO, TENANT IN PLACE, WATERVIEW $60,000 NORTHAMPTON N - FURN, CT, SHOWER STALL, WATERVIEW $45,000
DOVER A - CARPET, NEW REF. HURRICANE SHUT, LINOLEUM, FURN. $49,000 COVENTRY F - NEW REFRIG, CARPET, PARTLY FURNISHED $35,000
GOLF’S EDGE B - HANDYMAN SPECIAL, NEAR EAST GATE $28,500 WINDSOR D - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $45,000
DOVER B - WATERVIEW, BEAUTY, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $65,000 EASTHAMPTON I - UNFURNISHED, NEW A/C, CARPET, $25,000
CAMDEN E - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE $32,000 WELLINGTON G - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, 2 BATH $45,000
WINDSOR N - BEAUTY, NEAR POOL AND WEST GATE $46,900 NORWICH L - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE $44,500
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH SOMERSET D - FURN, CT, REDONE, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS $99,900
STRATFORD I - PARTLY FURN, CT, COMPLETELY RENOV, LAKEVIEW $45,000 PLYMOUTH K - CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADES GALORE!! BEAUTY, 2 BATHS $179,500
SOUTHAMPTON B - FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $24,000 NORWICH J - FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE, GREAT PRICE!!! $28,000
SOUTHAMPTON C - NEWER CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED $25,000 COVENTRY E - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, PETS OK, NEAR CH $42,000
DOVER A - FABULOUS, FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, UPGRADES $58,900 KENT D - NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE $75,000
PLYMOUTH F - FURNISHED, CARPET, NOT RENTABLE, DRIVE UP TO $18,500 UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1/1.5 OR 2 BATH
WINDSOR L - UNFURNISHED, REDONE, NEW KITCHEN AND BATH $25,000 SALISBURY H - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, 1 BATH, WALL UNITS, RENTABLE $29,000
DOVER C - PARTLY FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, BERBER CARPET $45,000 CHATHAM R - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, C/A, WATERVIEW $37,500
GREENBRIER A - UNFURNISHED, NEW REFRIGERATOR, GOLF VIEW $35,000 CANTERBURY G - UNFURN, CARPET, CT, NEWER APPLIANCES $33,000
CHATHAM U - HEART OF COMMUNITY, 6 MONTHS FREE MAINTENANCE $35,000 STRATFORD M - HURR WINDOWS, CARPET, CT, UNFURN, CHAIR LIFT $44,000
SALISBURY D - FURNISHED, LIFT INCLUDED, WALK TO EAST GATE $25,000 HASTINGS D - NEW KITCHEN, NEW BATH, STEP IN SHOWER $39,000
GREENBRIER A - PARTLY FURNISHED, ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS $79,900 WELLINGTON L - UNFURN, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS, BAMBOO FLS $95,000
GOLF’S EDGE G - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE BEAUTY $35,000 WALTHAM B - FURNISHED, CARPET, RENTABLE, NEAR EAST GATE $39,000
DOVER C - CENTRAL AIR, ELEVATOR BLDG, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $29,000 BEDFORD H - PARTLY FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, STORM SHUTTERS $40,000
EASTHAMPTON D - LOVELY FURNISHED CONDO, NEAR EAST GATE $30,000 WELLINGTON J - NICELY DEC W/FURNITURE, GRANITE TOPS, 2 BATHS $149,000
WELLINGTON F - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING $46,000 SUSSEX E - UNFURNISHED, UPGRADES, CERAMIC TILE $52,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH OXFORD 100 - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, STEPS TO POOL, 2 BATHS $49,999
ANDOVER E - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE GARDEN VIEW $15,000 GREENBRIER A - PARTLY FURN, REN, GOLFVIEW, 2 BATHS, NEW A/C $103,500
NORTHAMPTON I - RENTABLE, CARPET, TRANS, ACTIVE CH $19,000 GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
ANDOVER D - PARTLY FURNISHED, FITNESS CENTER $15,900 STRATFORD A - CERAMIC TILE, 2 NEW BATHS, HURRICANE SHUTTER $53,000
WINDSOR F - FURNISHED, WALK IN SHOWER, ENCLOSED PATIO $26,000 WELLINGTON E - FURNISHED, NEW A/C, CPT, CERAMIC TILE, 2 BATHS $50,000
KINGSWOOD D - FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW $16,500 SOMERSET C - PARTLY FURN, CERAMIC TILE, X-STORAGE, 2 BATHS $44,900
BEDFORD G - BEST OFFER, FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $20,000 WELLINGTON H - UNFURN, WALK RIGHT IN , WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS $65,000
NORTHAMPTON S - BEAUTIFUL, CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADES GALORE $28,000 CHATHAM D - UNFURN, CT, WATERVIEW, RENTABLE $58,000
CANTERBURY H - WOW! 50" TV CERAMIC TILE IN KITCHEN AND DINING $25,000 COVENTRY G - FURN CT, NEW VANITIES, RENTABLE $34,000
CHATHAM S - FURNISHED, BEAUTIFUL WATERVIEW $20,000 OXFORD 200 - FURN., CT, NEW KIT, PET FRIENDLY, 2 BATHS $65,000
CHATHAM K - UNFURNISHED, RENTABLE, VERY NICE AREA, LAKE VIEW $20,000 WELLINGTON C - FURN, CT, 2 BATHS, NEAR POOL, BEAUTY $55,000
NORWICH B - NR EAST GATE, FURNISHED, CARPET $28,000 NORWICH H - UNFURN, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, UPGRADES $65,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH HASTINGS C - CT, ACROSS FROM HASTINGS POOL!!! $39,000
BERKSHIRE J - FURN., CT, CARPET, HW FLRS, NOT RENTABLE $16,500 NORTHAMPTON H - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, RENTABLE $39,000
KENT B - UNFURN, SHOWER STALL, BR REDONE, CARPET/CT $30,000 CONDOS/UNITS OUTSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE
WINDSOR K - PT FURNISHED, NEW REFRIG AND DISHWASHER $21,000 GOLDEN LAKES WEST PALM BEACH
CANTERBURY H - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE $24,000 LAKE CAROL - FURNISHED, LINOLEUM, HANDYMAN SPECIAL $28,000
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few years ago, for example, workshops and staff reports welcome your comments and
a series of cuts had been ten- by clicking on the “Proposed suggestions. Please feel free
tatively recommended for Budget FY 2010” link on to contact me or my staff at
From the Desk of the Cooperative Extension our home page. As always, I 355-2202. o
Service. A wave of supporters
Commissioner came out to our first public
Jeff Koons hearing, and there were so
many people we had to set
up chairs in the lobby. They
passionately pleaded to keep
their gardening, landscap-
FY-2010 Budget: Speak September 8 (preliminary ing and 4-H youth programs
Now or Forever… adoption) and September 21 intact. After several hours of
As expected, preparing (final adoption). Both hear- comments and discussion, we
next year’s county budget has ings will begin at 6 p.m. in the
CALL TO ARTISTS
did some juggling and kept
The Century Village Art Committee
been one of our most difficult commission chambers on the Cooperative Extension fully
Is Requesting Your
challenges ever. Time and sixth floor of the County Gov- funded. But it would not have
Original Artwork
again our staff was sent back ernmental Center. If you can’t happened without that strong
For Display in the Main Clubhouse
to make more cuts and/or find attend both hearings, please showing of support.
Artwork Will Be Displayed on a Rotating Basis
new sources of revenue. But try to attend the first one on Again, the budget public
no matter how many times the September 8. Historically, this h e a r i n g s a r e Tu e s d a y, Please Bring Your Art to the Clubhouse On:
numbers were crunched, we is the hearing where the board September 8 and Monday, Monday, October 19, 2009 — 9:00 am to 11:00 am
kept coming back to the same gives final direction to staff on September 21 at 6 p.m. If you in Meeting Room C
conclusions: We were going what to keep and what to cut. cannot attend in person, you Additional Information:
to have to lay some people If there is a particular coun- can watch the proceedings 1) 1 or 2 original pieces can be submitted per Century Village artist.
off, leave vacant positions ty program or service that’s live via our Channel 20 Web 2) Frame or gallery wrap your art and wire it so it is ready to be hung.
3) Please include your name, address and phone on the back of each piece.
unfilled, grant no pay raises, important to you, please tell link at pbcgov.org. You may
Questions: Beth Baker — 684-3166
and reduce some less critically us — it makes a difference. A also review archived budget
needed services. We also used
one-time funding resources to
pay for some ongoing costs.
I’m pleased that our staff
came up with a couple of
never-before-used strategies
to help ease the pinch. Ap-
proximately 70 long-time
employees accepted an early
retirement offer, and boaters
will be helping to pay for boat
ramp construction and mainte-
nance via a new trailer parking
fee. I think $35 per year is
reasonable for the privilege
of using our excellent county
facilities, and it’s less than
half the original recommended
amount.
In July, the Board of County
Commissioners tentatively
agreed with our county admin-
istrator’s recommendation to
raise the property tax rate from
3.7811 to 4.3440 mills. Notice
I said “tentatively.” The final
tax rate can be lower, but not
higher, than 4.3440 mills, and
I expect a substantial amount
of discussion before we settle
on a final figure.
Keep in mind an increase in
the millage rate does not mean
a budget increase, nor does it
necessarily mean your tax bill
will be higher. That depends
on several factors, including
whether property values go
up. The millage rate we tenta-
tively approved is the rollback
rate, the break-even point to
collect the same amount of
property tax revenue next year
as this year.
As the FY-2010 budget cy-
cle heads into its final stages,
there are many tough choices
still to make. That’s why it is
so important for you to attend
one or both of our upcom-
ing budget public hearings:
October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 29

Organization News events: Oct 13-27, fabulous


Continued from Page 25 15-day deluxe trip to Israel,
Come as our guest and see space is ltd (Sylvia, 686-
what we’re all about! Walt, 5350); Dec 4-13, special 9 nite
478-6521; Phil, 686-2086. Caribbean cruise on the NCL
Dawn incl round-trip bus trans
Jewish War Veterans Ladies to Miami and 6 exotic ports of
Auxiliary Post #520: Meets call (Sylvia, 686-5350; Mar-
3 rd Mon at The Classic. A lene, 684-8357).
continental breakfast is served
at 9:00 am, followed by our OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal-
meeting. Our efforts go to Seniors): Come to our meets
creating welcome kits for the every 2nd Mon, 3:00 pm, Party
veterans at the VA Center at Room; see what we have
Military Trail and various po- planned.
sitions at the Center. We find
our volunteer work helpful and Yiddish Advanced Reading
rewarding and welcome new Group: Menke Katz Reading
members. Dorothy, 478-6521. Circle invites readers to join
group headed by Troim Han-
Knights of Pythias: You are dler. Currently reading Night by
invited to join Palm Beach Elie Wiesel in Yiddish. Meet-
Rainbow Lodge #203, meet ings are twice a month in private
2nd and 4th Mon at North Coun- homes. Troim, 684-8686.
ty Senior Center, Northlake
Blvd. We welcome new mem- Yiddish Culture Chorus: 50
bers, duals, reinstatements and members, men and women.
transferees from out of state. Leader is Shelley K. Tenzer.
We are a fraternal brotherhood Knowledge of Yiddish not • Appliances • Electrical Contractor • Air Conditioning / Portable
fostering the credo of friend- necessary. Edy, 687-4255. & Window • Full Service Remodels • Electrical Design Installation and Service
ship, charity, benevolence. • Indoor Light Fixture Installation • Landscape Lighting • Recess Lighting
Mike, 615-0218. Yiddish Vinkl: An informal • Security Lighting • Additional Outlets and Switches • Pool Equipment Wiring
group of Yiddish lovers who • Outdoor Lighting & Surge Suppression • Electrical Panel Upgrades • Ceiling Fan Installations
Na’Amat USA (Pioneer gather to speak, hear and sing
Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00 the language, this group is Serving Palm Beach County Since 2001
pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi- under the guidance of Edy Resident For Over 30 Years

561-575-2653
torium for mini-lunch and Sharon. Meetings are held 1st
interesting programs, guests and 3rd Sun from 1:30 to 3:00
are always welcome. For info, pm year-round. For info, call
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both Pattersons are all authors CV Fund this year, which did not go
who collectively sell millions By Lanny Howe smoothly and sidelined her for
of books and make millions of “Out of Adversity Grows several weeks. Not long after
The Reader’s dollars, I try not to buy their Strength” this, there was the grief of her
books. Instead, I frequent the A quote from “Click and beloved brother’s passing,
Corner libraries on Okeechobee Blvd. Clack, the Tappet Brothers,” which required time spent out
Lenore Velcoff and in Guilderland, NY (where on the popular radio program of town. Then, troubles with
I summer) though sometimes I “Car Talk,” to a woman be- Jean’s home computer, in-
have to wait weeks for a par- moaning having to buy her cluding, with the changeover
ticular item. In the end, most sons an old car, because it to Comcast, a complete loss
I read the newest biogra- victim’s demeanor and actions of their stories, but not all, are would undoubtedly break of her e-mail. Most recently,
phy on Lena Horne, Stormy are implausible, the relation- worth the wait instead of the down a lot, requiring her or there have been some snags
Weather by James Gavin. ship between the detectives money. o her husband to go out and (to be expected, really) in pro-
predictable, the reason for the rescue them. gramming the new computer

UCO Office Hours:


Quick review — don’t bother
kidnapping (not revealed until The CV Fund hasn’t had the gifted to the CV Fund.
— very boring.
the dénouement) is a surprise, easiest of beginnings, some- But there has been fruit
On the other hand, devotees
from our CV Fund labors. Get-
Monday thru Thurs-
of the detective genre will at least to me. thing a lot of us can identify
Baldacci also includes some with in life. The Fund was ting the new computer was a
find the latest David Baldacci
White House trivia. Did you the vision of Jean Dowling, milestone, and now Ed Black
novel First Family enjoyable.
day, 9:00 am-1:00
know that President Warren who has long had a heart for has worked up a spreadsheet
This is the 16th book he has had
Harding’s wife was a suspect those in tough circumstances to keep track of donations,
on the New York Times Best
in his untimely death or that in Century Village. A number using the program Microsoft
Seller list.
The plot centers on the
kidnapping of the niece of the
Dwight Eisenhower named
the presidential retreat Camp
pm; Friday, 12:00 of people have been helping
Jean, but she has been the
Excel. Plus, Ed reports, in ad-
dition to his and Dave Israel’s
expertise, a friend, Emanuel
David after his grandson? prime mover of this endeavor.
First Lady. She immediately
calls on former Secret Service
agent turned private detective
Even though Baldacci,
Kellerman, Grisholm and
noon-4:00 pm. So, what has happened?
Well, for starters, Jean had to
Ridgeway, will be donating
his time to assist. Emanuel
Sean King, an acquaintance undergo knee surgery early Continued on Page 35
(or more) from the past. She
asks him to do what she be-
lieves neither the FBI nor any
other government agency can
do — find the missing eleven
year old. King and his partner,
Michelle Maxwell, whose
subplot, while interesting, is
distracting and unnecessary,
uncover many secrets about
the First Family as they search
for the young girl.
The personality of the kid-
napper, who we are introduced
to early on, makes him one
of the more interesting char-
acters in this tale. Though he
is a killer, he is not always
cold-blooded and his motives
do evoke some sympathy, but
certainly not forgiveness for
his actions. Baldacci fleshes
out his protagonists and an-
tagonists in this fast paced
political thriller. While the
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scrs, 3 fans, cpt & HW tank 6

Classified Ads
yrs old, 2 new toilets, $4,000
53” Sony TV, sleeps 4 adults,
Community 2 steps to pool, outdoor bldg
pat, laundry & bus stop, very
Relations Classified ads are printed inst: new roof, AC, HWH.
motiv seller. Redu price al-
Ted Silverman on a space available basis. Must see: $29,900. 689-3019;
ready by $5,000 to $50,000;
Ads should be submitted by make offers. 845-246-4319;
779-4573
the seventh of the month in 561-687-9324; 845-246-2060
which they are to appear. Somerset C, 2/2, lksd, elev,
Articles must be resubmitted For Rent
On August 28, Celia Koss efforts of committee members every month if they are to be updated kit/baths, encl porch.
of Windsor I celebrated her Leslie Darrigan, Phyllis Fr- repeated. 471-1942
Camden I, 1-1½, fully furn,
100th birthday. Happy Birth- ishberg, Jackie Karlan, Betty All Classified ads must be 4 ceil fans, 2 ACs. Must see:
day, Celia, and welcome to our Lapidus, Eileen Pearlman, on a full sheet of paper (8½ x Stratford C, 2 BR, 2 ba cnr on
$550/mo. 914-471-6197
exclusive Club of Century Vil- Myrna Schecter, Maria Levt 11). Scraps of paper will not lk, upstairs. 686-9561
lagers who are 100 plus years and Lori Torres. be accepted. Sheffield P, 1-1½, new CT,
of age. I can proudly make the fol- All items submitted must Wellington G, spec 2/2, up-
HWH, stove & paint, unfurn,
She joins our honor list of lowing report to you: per fl lksd condo, comp furn,
include name and address of bot fl, empty & ready to move
centenarians, which include: This year’s Desert Buffet is contributor. Name and ad- pvt pool & BBQ area. Asking
into. $600/mo. 704-634-0903
• David Cohen, Stratford B: being supported by contribu- dress will not be printed; this $74,900. See photos at lrda.net
101 tions from: or call 856-287-6542 for appt.
is for our information. The Waltham D, grt loc, Haverhill
• Emma Feller, Wellington L: • Riverside Bank Classified ads are a service gt, 1st fl, 1/1 w/encl pat, walk
103 • Publix Supermarket Wellington J (one of the larg-
for UCO members only. to CH. Monthly: $525 unfurn,
• Sylvia Haskel, Cambridge • Home Depot est 2/2 in the development),
$575 furn; $950 sea. 817-313-
H: 101 • Golden Corral $87,500. This 2/2 condo has
For Sale 3579
• Miriam Maddux, South- • Starz Bakery remod bath counters & mirrs,
hampton A: 100 • Flowers-To-Go all brand new kit/cabs and
Very lg 2/2 + Fl rm, grt vw, Waltham D, lg cnr apt, 1-1½
• Abraham Moskowitz, Berk- • Cin Ceil’s Florist counters/dome ceil & all new
lux furn, ren, hurr prot, CAC unfurn, CA 2nd fl. $550/mo,
shire J: 102 • Cookies In Bloom appls, tile/cpt/mirr, 1,092 sq
+ heat + fans, new appls. Red: $975/sea. 805-965-2540
• Evelyn Palermo, Waltham • Party City ft, scr in porch w/mag vw of
$98,000, negot. 786-473- lake. Maint $296.70/mo, taxes
E: 102 • Community Transportation Waltham D rental: Grt loc:
2682; 561-473-6564 homesteaded $400/yr. Come
• Pearl Pfeffer, Wellington J: • Winn Dixie Supermarket 1-1½ gr fl apt, encl pat, walk
102 • Duffy’s Restaurants take a look, it’s free. 346-2077
Dorchester B, 2 nd fl, 2/1½, to main CH. Furn, $600/mo.
• Louis Roth, Plymouth K: • Belante’s Italian Pizza and Unfurn, $550/mo. Yearly rent,
CA, cust mirrs, WD on fl, rec Short Sale
101 Buffet $550/unfurn. Sea, $975/mo
• Sylvia Roth, Plymouth K: • Island Jack’s Restaurant unfurn. 536-8488
102 • Edible’s Oxford 500, lg 2/2, 2nd fl, new
• Lillian Rubin, Sheffield F:
102
• WPRF
• The Village Songbirds
HOWIE’S kit & bath, 7 closets, tile fl, lg
encl pat. $50,000. 615-9909
Wanted to Buy

• Al Weiskopf, Sheffield F:
100
Our Centenarians will be
Commissioner of Elec-
tions Susan Bucher and State
Representative Mark Pafford Fr i e n d l y Sale or Rent
2 BR, 1st fl CV condo in any
cond. Please call 640-5443

receiving invitations for them- have informed us that they For rent or sale: Furn, 1-1½,
Miscellaneous
2nd fl, new 23 cubic side by
selves and two guests to the
Desert Buffet on Thursday,
will attend the Desert Buffet
honoring our centenarians. CAR side Whirlpool fridge, nu Tap-
pan stove, nu door lock, new
Haier refrig, “new cond,” apt
October 29 in the Party Room We would like to take this
at the Clubhouse, honoring opportunity to thank each of SERVICE roof, clean & painted, new
flrg, new pat tile, wndos &
size, $75; small upright piano,
oak, Hamilton by Baldwin,
and celebrating their achieve- our centenarians for making $300 OBO. 536-8488 o
ment. this celebration possible by
to and from
Thanks to the outstanding attaining 100 years plus. o
Bad Hair Day (No More)
Airport, Mr. Stanley, Hairdresser to the Stars,
CRAIG THE HANDYMAN Doctors and Sutton Place, Plaza Hotel, NYC, owned a shop in
Riverdale until moving to the Washington, DC area,
Shopping
No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small, One Call Does It All.
Georgetown, then Columbia, Maryland, managed
• Locks • Lightbulbs Changed • AC & Water Filters • Phone and worked ’til moving to CV.
& Electronic Hookups and much more
Honest, Reliable & Dependable Service Guaranteed
Call Will now precision cut your hair at your home
(at area prices).
309-9994
Call Stanley 561-242-1103

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West Palm Beach, FL 33417
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Andover H – Renovated, 2nd floor--------------------------------------------------------------------------$18,000 Easthampton I – Nicely furnished, 2nd floor-----------------------------------------------------------$45,000


Andover I – Beautiful apt.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$28,000 Northampton L – Near bus stop, hurricane shutters------------------------------------------------$25,900
Cambridge I – 2nd fl, carpeting/vinyl------------------------------------------------------------------------$22,750 Norwich B – Near laundry room---------------------------------------------------------------------------$19,500
Canterbury F – Beautiful and spotless---------------------------------------------------------------------$26,000 Sheffield O – Carpeted, wall a/c unit---------------------------------------------------------------------$17,000
Canterbury K – Washing machine, fans-------------------------------------------------------------------$23,900 Sheffield Q – 1st Floor, tiled floor, nicely furnished---------------------------------------------------$18,000
Chatham B – 1st fl, waterview--------------------------------------------------------------------------------$21,900 Sheffield Q – 1st Floor---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900
Chatham B – 2nd fl, gorgeous waterview------------------------------------------------------------------$19,500 Sussex J – New a/c in bedroom. Carpeted------------------------------------------------------------$18,000
Chatham U – Ground floor location-------------------------------------------------------------------------$19,500 Sussex L – Nicely furnished--------------------------------------------------------------------------------$19,900
Easthampton A – Furnished. Ceiling fans----------------------------------------------------------------$27,000 Sussex L – Nicely furnished--------------------------------------------------------------------------------$19,900
Easthampton I – Furnished. 2nd Fl, ceramic tile--------------------------------------------------------$40,000

1 BED / 1.5 BATHS

Andover H – Corner unit, gr. floor.---------------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Golf's Edge B – Remodeled kitchen, ceramic tile----------------------------------------------------$39,900
Andover M – Water view. New a/c units.------------------------------------------------------------------$19,900 Golf's Edge D – Great location----------------------------------------------------------------------------$28,000
Bedford D – Building has lift to 2nd floor.------------------------------------------------------------------$19,900 Greenbrier B – Nice golf view. Large balcony---------------------------------------------------------$69,900
Bedford K – Furniture negotiable.---------------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900 Hastings F – Near health club, washer/dryer----------------------------------------------------------$29,000
Berkshire B – Lakeview, 1st fl, ceramic tile---------------------------------------------------------------$38,500 Kent L – Nicely furnished, well maintained-------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Camden I – Corner unit. Central a/c.-----------------------------------------------------------------------$28,000 Northampton N – Corner unit, canal view--------------------------------------------------------------$34,900
Camden I – Corner Unit. Great location.------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Northampton S – Nice unit near Kent pool-------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Camden J – Corner unit, 1st fl, central a/c----------------------------------------------------------------$26,500 Norwich A – New countertops near East gate---------------------------------------------------------$32,900
Canterbury A – Corner, 2nd fl, ceramic tile---------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Plymouth R – Laminate flooring, new kitchen---------------------------------------------------------$58,900
Canterbury J – Bright corner unit; furn---------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900 Sheffield O – Corner unit, 1st floor-----------------------------------------------------------------------$24,900
Chatham J – 1st floor, furnished condo--------------------------------------------------------------------$34,900 Sheffield Q – Owner will hold mortgage 4% int-------------------------------------------------------$35,000
Chatham T – Nice lake view, 2nd floor---------------------------------------------------------------------$35,000 Somerset G – Nicely decorated, building has lift-----------------------------------------------------$39,900
Dorchester E – Porch w/door out, rentable---------------------------------------------------------------$21,900 Southampton A – Unfurnished but negotiable--------------------------------------------------------$36,900
Dover B – 1st floor, lakeview----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$45,000 Sussex A – Nice apartment. Priced to sell!-------------------------------------------------------------$21,900
Dover B – Lakefront, ground floor unit.---------------------------------------------------------------------$69,000 Windsor D – Waterview, ceramic tile, 2nd floor-------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Dover C – Lakeview, penthouse location------------------------------------------------------------------$34,900 Windsor L – 1st floor-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$24,900
Easthampton C – Corner unit, tile, CAC-------------------------------------------------------------------$32,000 Windsor M – Motivated seller, clean---------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Easthampton I – Corner, 2nd fl, ceramic tile--------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Windsor R – Beautifully decorated-----------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Golf's Edge B – Golf view, 1st floor-------------------------------------------------------------------------$23,900 Wellington C – Waterview----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900

2 BEDS / 1 or 1.5 BATHS

Andover K – Water view, tastefully furn, 1st floor--------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Hastings B – Corner. Near Health Club----------------------------------------------------------------$38,000
Cambridge B – Corner, quality updates--------------------------------------------------------------------$55,000 Norwich A – Beautifully furnished------------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900
Camden E – 1st fl, laminate floors, canalview------------------------------------------------------------$54,900 Norwich B – Corner unit, 2nd fl, ceramic tile-----------------------------------------------------------$34,500
Canterbury A – Corner; Hurricane shutters---------------------------------------------------------------$45,000 Norwich C – New appliances; tiled. rentable----------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Canterbury G – Nice quiet area w/new a/c ---------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Norwich E – Furn. Central a/c. Rentable bldg.-------------------------------------------------------$42,000
Chatham B – Water views from patio. 1st fl---------------------------------------------------------------$56,950 Norwich K – 1st fl, ceramic tile, pets okay--------------------------------------------------------------$36,000
Chatham E – 1st fl, laminate floors, canalview-----------------------------------------------------------$49,900 Sheffield A – Corner; central a/c; Rent. bldg-----------------------------------------------------------$35,000
Chatham O – Corner; laminate floor/carpet---------------------------------------------------------------$38,100 Sussex D – Bright corner unit on 1st fl-------------------------------------------------------------------$36,500
Dorchester A – Corner, ceramic tile, 2nd floor-----------------------------------------------------------$34,900 Windsor D – Corner unit with water view---------------------------------------------------------------$65,000
Dorchester B – Clean, pretty unit; central a/c------------------------------------------------------------$29,900 Windsor G – 2nd floor, ceramic tile-----------------------------------------------------------------------$34,500
Dorchester D – Corner, near pool---------------------------------------------------------------------------$30,000

2 BEDS / 2 BATHS

Greenbrier B – 4th floor (elevator)--------------------------------------------------------------------------$44,000 Stratford C – Corner, lakeview, wrap porch------------------------------------------------------------$90,000


Oxford 400 – Nicely furn, hurricane shutters--------------------------------------------------------------$89,900 Wellington G – Waterview----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$69,900
Oxford 100 – Waterview, walk to Temple, 1st fl----------------------------------------------------------$68,500 Wellington J – Lovely lake view---------------------------------------------------------------------------$85,000
Plymouth A – Corner, by appointment only-------------------------------------------------------------$120,000 Wellington M – Nicely furn; lakeview, cent AC--------------------------------------------------------$59,900

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Find Florida Words in the Puzzle


Answer on Page 37

This & That


Dr. Marilyn
Ducati

Coming from New York, it truly is carless.


is impossible for me to under- The potential for making
stand how I have put up with friends in Century Village is
this humid weather. But the limitless, although it takes
good news is that my snowbird time to choose people who
friends are almost here. I really have a commonality with you;
have missed them. but we know that friends, like
There is Julian Wolfe, family, increase your chances
Scrabble-player par excel- of a longer life.
lence; Les Rifkin, who is my Only baby-boomers have
movie date and motorcycle been reluctant in many cases
transportation; Edward, a to consider their own aging
pastor, whose intelligence and process. Giving up my inde-
Scrabble skills keep me alert; pendence is frightening for
Maurice Cohen in Canada, me at times, but of late I have
who takes me flying in his thought of alternatives and
two-seater plane; and not some of my friends have left
forgetting Zelda, who kindly this year for independent and
takes me to such good theater assisted living homes. Have
and discussions, since yours you given it any thought? o

Clues to Above Puzzle


• Citrus • Marlins
• Confederacy • Miami
• Disney World • NASA
• Dolphins • Orlando
• Everglades • Palm Beach
• Heat • Peninsula
• Hurricanes • Ponce de Leon
• Keys • SeaWorld
• Key West • Seminole
• Lightning • Sunshine
• Manatee • Tallahassee
October 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 35

CV Fund • Mittleman Eye Center Have you ever listened to


Bagels & More “A Full Service Restaurant”
Continued from Page 31 • Jack and Nizria Morgulis Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the
has a great amount of business
experience, especially in ac-
• Jimmy Oswald Car Talk show hosts, on the Breakfast Special
• Peterson Rehabilitation, radio? They are on PBS (90.7) 2 Eggs & Oatmeal or Grits or Home Fries + Bagel
counting, and will be helping Inc. at 10:00 on Saturday morn- or Toast + Coffee or Tea — Only $3.75
set up the computer programs
Quickbooks and Establish.
• Lilly Roberts
• Seacrest Services, Inc.
ings for an hour. They’re very
funny (a riot, in fact), enjoyed
Lunchtime Special
There has been further fruit Salami, Tongue, Lox, Nova, Corned Beef,
• Goldie Shapiro by the women as well as the
in contributions that continue Pastrami, Chopped Liver, Egg Salad, Whitefish
In addition to the above, $83 men, and have good solid ad-
to come in, from individuals, and Much More at Better Than Reasonable Prices
was received in contributions at vice on car problems. I think Coffee or Tea Free with Each Special
clubs, associations, and busi- the Health Fair on August 10. they had some good applicable Open 7 Days a Week, 5:30am-2pm • 561-688-9590
nesses. We listed the names of We have been humbled by general advice for us in saying 5770 Okeechobee Blvd., WPB, FL 33417
donors in the August issue of the donations to the Fund. recently that out of adversity
the UCO Reporter. Further An anonymous donor gave a can come good things. o
donations are listed below. very large amount. In only the
But first, our apologies to first year of the Fund, without

M M M M M
some contributors who should any pressure from us to do so,
have been named in July. several donors have given two
Thank you to these three: and three times. I said earlier
• Berkshire B that Jean has had a heart for the
• Elaine Brown poorer among us. You donors
• Ernest Dube have had a heart, too.
Recent donors: Peace of Mind...How Much Is It Really Worth?
The Fund still has a way to
• Action Accessibility — el- go. We are getting calls asking Don’t Want to Make Your Own Funeral Plans?
evator company for assistance. Hard though it Have Pre-Need Arrangements but Not Sure If It’s Complete?
• American Legion, Ladies is, however, we must wait un- A Loved One Has Passed and All You Want to Do Is Grieve;
Auxiliary til we have enough to begin Call Me, I Will Lovingly and Compassionately Take Care of Everything.
• Anonymous limited assistance. You No Longer Have to Cope with All the Heartache of Dealing
• Anonymous Contributions to the CV with the Death of Loved Ones; That’s What I’m Here For.
• Berkshire F Condo Associa- Fund are tax deductible and
tion should be mailed to: The CV When a Death Has Occurred, Call Me 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week,
• Randy Borchardt Fund, Inc., 207 Salisbury I,
and Leave Everything in My Very Capable Hands.
• Elaine Brown West Palm Beach, FL 33417.
Don’t Leave It Up to Your Children. They Need to Grieve As Well.
• Norma Burton If you have any questions or
I Have Been Dedicated to Assisting Families in Our Community
• Ken & Betty Davis With These Arrangements for Almost 25 Years.
feel you could assist in any
• Helen Fisherman way, do not hesitate to call us
Arlene Leavitt
• Mark Grumet, D.M.D. at 640-7606. Friends, we ap- Independent Funeral and Cemetery Advisor and Advocate
• Dave Israel preciate your help. Call 561-373-3622 or 561-967-3937
• Judith Maisonneuve

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Getting to Know rel friends. They rarely carry God’s divine will.
the disease, so much so, that In the Baptist Church, the
Our Neighbors the Florida Health Department squirrels had taken up habita-
Eastern Gray Squirrels only recommends rabies shots tion in the baptistery. The dea-
By Jean Dowling in extreme cases where the cons met and decided to put
I hope to make this a month- animal is acting very strange. a cover on the baptistery and
ly column to acquaint Villag- In the case of the Village drown the squirrels in it. The
ers with all of the non-humans squirrels, they are territorial squirrels escaped somehow
that co-exist here. This month and rarely come into contact and there were twice as many
we will take a look at one with species from other areas, the next week.
of the most entertaining and therefore eliminating the pass- The Methodist Church got
intelligent members of the ing of the disease from one to together and decided that they
animal world — the Eastern another. Watching them at play were not in a position to harm
Gray Squirrel. and gathering food can be a any of God’s creatures, so they
These little entertainers can fun experience. humanely trapped the squirrels
figure out how to tap the most There were five houses and set them free a few miles
protected bird feeder to grab a of religion in a small Flor- out of town. Three days later,
snack. I don’t think they have ida town, The Presbyterian the squirrels were back.
invented a feeder that they Church, The Baptist Church, But...the Catholic Church
haven’t conquered yet. They The Methodist Church, The came up with the best and
range from Maine to Florida Catholic Church and the Jew- most effective solution. They
and spend most of their time ish Synagogue. baptized the squirrels and
in trees. They like nuts, seeds, Each Church and Syna- registered them as members
mushrooms and other vegeta- gogue was overrun with squir- of the Church. Now they only
tion. When an abundance of rels. One day, the Presbyterian see them on Christmas, Ash
food is available, they bury Church called a meeting to Wednesday, Palm Sunday and
some for a day when food is decide what to do about the Easter.
scarce. squirrels. After much prayer Not much was heard about
Most of the people I know and consideration, they deter- the Jewish Synagogue, but
in the Village are fearful of mined that the squirrels were they took one squirrel and had
rabies however, there is no pre-destined to be there and a short service with him called
need to worry about our squir- they shouldn’t interfere with circumcision and they haven’t
seen a squirrel on the property
since.
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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: June 15, 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 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 D 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Berkshire 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 r 1:06 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
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Camden 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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Windsor 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 e 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
UCO Office (When Open) 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 r 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 Except Saturday and Sunday
Wellington L & M 8:15 9:15 10:15 11:15 s 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
Wellington Circle 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
Andover 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
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Kingswood 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25
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1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Medical Building 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 n 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
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 Drivers' 6:35 7:35 8:35
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 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 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 D 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 r 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
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Sussex 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
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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
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Sheffield 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23
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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 n 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 c 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
Medical Building 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 h 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
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 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 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
Greenbrier 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 D 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Southampton 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 r 1:06 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
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Bedford C 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09
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1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
Golf's Edge 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 e 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
Coventry 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 r 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
Norwich 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 s 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Salisbury 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 ' 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
Waltham 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
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Easthampton 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
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.
Please Note: On Saturdays Only the Internal Bus Routes #1 and #3 will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9 AM run.
Please Note: Monday thru Friday Only the Internal Bus Routes #1 and #3 will drop off at the Hastings Fitness Center on the 8 AM and 1 PM runs.

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 stop 10
Salon 27 9:04 10:04 11:04 D
1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 minutes before your pickup time.
Library 9:07 10:07 11:07 r 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07
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Humana 9:10 10:10 11:10
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1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10
Walmart Supermarket
Century Plaza
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9:22
10:16
10:22
11:16
11:22
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1:16
1:22
2:16
2:22
3:16
3:22
4:16
4:22
Please be Prepared to Show
Emporium Shoppes 9:26 10:26 11:26
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1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 the Bus Driver Your Century
Lowes 9:27 10:27 11:27 L 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27
Baby Supermarket 9:29 10:29 11:29
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1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29
Village ID When Boarding ALL
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Perimeter Drive On Request c
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On Request 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
D 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Morse Home Drop off 9:05 r
K-Mart 9:13 10:10 11:10 i 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 ** The Holiday bus will
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Church 9:20 10:17 11:14
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1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 5 PM MALL BUS run on New Year's
Palm Beach Mall 9:24 10:21 11:21 r 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 RUNS ON Day, July 4th,
Village Commons 9:29 10:26 11:26 s 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 SATURDAY Thanksgiving Day
Publix 9:34 10:31 11:31 1:31 2:31 3:31 4:31 5:31 ONLY
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and Christmas Day.
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Morse Home Pickup n 1:40
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 c 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45
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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
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1:00 2:00 3:00 Washington Mutual On Request
Walgreens 9:04 10:04 11:04 r 1:04 2:04 3:04 Wellington Mall 10:05 AM 1:15 PM
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Pine Trail Square 9:08 10:08 11:08
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1:08 2:08 3:08 Home Depot On Request
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 e 1:09 2:09 3:09 Target 11:05 AM 2:05 PM
Winn Dixie 9:18 10:18 11:18 r 1:18 2:18 3:18 Wal-Mart 11:10 AM 2:10 PM
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Publix 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 Excursion Bus *Wednesday* (Excludes the 4th Wednesday)
Washington Mutual On Request L On Request Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM Pick Up Times
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Perimeter Drive 9:38 10:38 11:38 n 1:38 2:38 3:38 City Place 10:05 AM 2:00 PM
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 c 1:48 2:48 3:48 Gardens Mall 10:35 AM 1:30 PM
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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
Walgreen's 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 The Excursion Bus will go to
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Pine Trail 9:07 10:07 11:07 r 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 Lake Worth Beach on the 2nd
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Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09
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1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 Monday(Leaves 9:30 am - Picks Up 2:05
Cross County 9:14 10:14 11:14 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14
pm) and to the Carnival Flea
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Church 9:22 10:28 11:22 r 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22
Palm Beach Mall 11:28
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1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 Market in DelRay on the 4th
Village Commons 9:34 10:34 11:34 L
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1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 Wednesday(Leaves 9:35 am - Picks Up
Emporium Shoppes 9:40 10:40 11:40 n 1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40 1:45 pm) of the Month.
Lowes 9:41 10:41 11:41 c 1:41 2:41 3:41 4:41 5:41
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Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48