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November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Volume 28, No. 11 Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB) November 2009
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organization is opposed to a
housing development on the
property. I feel that it still has
From the Desk an obligation to the members
of President of UCO (the unit owners) to From the Desk of
George
provide a forum for them to Vice President
hear for themselves and to see
Loewenstein the proposed plans presented Jerry Karpf
by the golf course owners. At
the same time, the committee
that has, I believe, seen the
As we approach the end of revenue is under $100,000 plans and is opposed to them
the calendar year, associations need only prepare a Report As many of you know, Dan Gladstone and I have been
should be given equal time to
should be busying themselves of Cash Receipts and Ex- working on developing water cut-off valves, which could be
present their reasons for their
preparing their budgets for penditures. The three types installed in every unit in the village, because of the vast amount
opposition and give their rec-
2010. In doing so, please con- of financial statements men- of flooded units we have had so far.
ommendations as to what they
sider adding a line item called tioned above are prepared This year, the installation of this valve is of the utmost
would like to see done with the
something like “uncollected by Certified Public Ac- importance; if we don’t do something soon to prevent these
property. Hopefully, through a
maintenance fees” resulting countants. Please also note floods, we may find that our insurance will increase consider-
series of town hall meetings,
from non-paying unit owners that by a vote of all the unit ably. One thing you should remember is that for every flood
we can accomplish this, but we
whose units are in foreclosure. owners, these requirements a unit has, the Association must pay a $5,000 deductible.
need everyone’s cooperation
There are several provi- can be waived for up to two The cost of installation will be $155 per unit for a standard
in this effort.
sions contained in Chapter years. setup. Only Licensed plumbers, who will get a permit for the
Lastly, please note that my
718 (the Florida statute per- 3 — when it comes to taxes, entire Association, will do the installation.
day seems to consist of one
taining to condominiums) that most associations file an If you wish to have these cut-off valves installed, you can
meeting after another. It is a
I would like to remind board 1120H Federal form and reach me at 683-9189 to set up an appointment for a plumber
rare moment that I can sit at
members of: a Florida Corporation an- to come to your Association retrofitted with cut-off valves.
my desk and stare at my com-
1 — within 90 days after nual report. Condominium Any time you go away, all you would have to do is shut off
puter. Therefore, I ask that if
the year end the associa- records must be kept in your water outside your unit. o
anyone wants to meet with
tion shall compile a finan- Palm Beach County and no me, please call Mary Patrick
cial statement for the past more than 4 miles from the Benton at the UCO office
year, and, no later than 120 association. (who has my schedule) and Dan Gladstone’s Advice:
days after the year end, the I would also like to remind make an appointment. That
board shall provide each those unit owners who rent way, I will be able to devote Many Associations have responded to the idea that a main
unit owner with a copy of out their apartments that any the time to address your issue. water valve next to the water meter, in a visible and feasible
the financial statement or rental less than six months is Remember — all the officers location, is an urgent necessity (see picture). Furthermore, the
at least make it available to considered by Florida statute are there to help. o location must be in a convenient place where everyone can see
them at no charge. to be a short term rental sub- it at any given time. If you put it in a remote place it will not
2 — financial statements ject to Florida room tax. Long be practical.
of associations whose to-
tal revenues are between
$100,000 and $200,000
term rentals (in excess of six
months) are not subject.
I came into the office of
Save the Date
The UCO Installation Luncheon is sched-
This valve must alert everyone in the building that the water
valve in a vacant apartment is open. This person can shut it off
easily with a quarter turn. There is no need to call the water
need have prepared a com- President almost 4 years ago, company. You can shut it or open it at will. The reward is huge.
piled statement. If the rev- having to deal with an unfin- uled for Sunday, March 14, 2010 at the So do not wait, call Jerry or me at the UCO office to re-
enues are between $200,000 ished clubhouse and theater serve a place for your Association. o
and $400,000 a reviewed and a lawsuit against WPRF.
Marriott Hotel in West Palm Beach. This is
statement and those whose Now, as I enter the last 4 a good time to notify your Association so
revenue exceeds $400,000 months of my presidency, I that they may put the price of your tickets
will need an audited fi- am again dealing with a con-
nancial statement. Those troversial subject — the golf in their 2010 budget.
associations where gross course — which UCO as an We will be installing a new UCO President,
Vice Presidents, Treasurer, Corresponding

Delegate Meeting
Secretary, and Recording Secretary. The
Executive Board will be installed too.
A delicious brunch will be served as well

Fri., Nov. 6, 9:30 am


as music for dancing.
The good news is that we have been able
to keep the cost per person to $35. More

Clubhouse Theater
information will follow as we get closer to
2010.
Mary Patrick Benton, Chair
Photo by Dan Gladstone of shutoff valve. Also see Page 3.
Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

Search/ The New Guy in on many of the projects be-


ing undertaken. He has been
Nominations the Village particularly impressed with
By Toni Salometo
At the Delegate Committee the integrity and pride that the
By Roberta UCO volunteers take in their
Assembly Boehm Fromkin jobs and how much they enjoy
Betty Lapidus The Nominations Commit- them and how proficient they
tee is now called the Search/ are at them.
Nominations Committee. He is a person who dislikes
The committee will no longer negativism and confronta-
select only certain nominees tions, preferring to listen to
Opened: This meeting was Town Hall meeting scheduled to become candidates, but will complaints and defuse situ-
called to order by President for November 12, 2009. now serve the administrative ations and rectify problems
George Loewenstein at 9:30 Investigations: Louise Ger- function of compiling a list of where possible. A morning
a.m. in the Clubhouse Theater. son reported there had been 56 all eligible nominees. person, Rodger prefers to do
Pledge of Allegiance: Led sales, 42 renters, 2 deed transfers, The positions to be elected the bulk of his work at that
by Phil Shapkin; was recited. 8 occupants. Questions? Every- this year are: President, two time, getting an early start on
After 10 successful years
President Loewenstein an- thing is confidential; come to Vice Presidents, the Treasurer his projects for the day.
working in Century Village,
nounced there will be two their office for any help. and 20 members for the Ex- Pat Blunck created the job
Pat Blunck decided to return
motions — one on a follow-up Beautification: Sandy Co- ecutive Board. All eligible and Rodger wants to make the
to his home state of Okla-
on budget town hall meeting, hen reported they are working nominees may run for any job his by creating more con-
homa. UCO was fortunate to
and the other on a town meet- on the idea of beautifying the office providing they meet the sistency and harmony in the
acquire the services of Rodger
ing regarding the golf course. Okeechobee entrance sign. following requirements. way residents deal with UCO.
Carver as Pat’s replacement
UCO is to run this meeting Cable: Dave Israel remind- For Officers, the require- He would also like to open the
as LCAM.
with a moderator or facilita- ed us to register for the instal- ments are: Membership in lines of communication and
Rodger brings 12 years
tor, with the golf course owner lation of Comcast boxes. UCO, domicile and in resi- reduce the number of rumors.
of experience in building
and the Proactive Committee. Maintenance: Jerry Karpf dence in the Village for a Rodger is a people person,
management, mostly with
UCO will publicize this. We reported on the meeting re period of not less than nine with a desire to help those who
55+ communities. Working
will have more meetings. storm windows, etc. The next months a year during the term have some problems or com-
in the Village is a natural
Minutes: As per attached, meeting is scheduled for Oc- in which they serve. plaints. With his background,
progression from managing
Q&A. Minutes were accepted. tober 14th in Room C. For Executive Board, the he’s very knowledgeable of
individual Associations- to
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro Infrastructure: Sal Bum- requirements are: Member- the workings of Associations
being responsible for a whole
reported that this is a pro- molo reported on the ongoing ship in UCO, domicile and in and is looking forward to shar-
community. His philosophy is
posed budget for 2010. It was care of each pump site. The residence in the Village for a ing his knowledge with those
that the “buck starts here” and
discussed and analyzed with shoreline restoration is being period of not less than nine who avail themselves of it. He
that it’s his job to see that the
Q&A. Discussed possibility continued. We are waiting for months each year in which also appreciates the challenges
individual residents are get-
of taxes on the Comcast Door- the water to recede. they serve, and must declare that working in the Village
ting the safety and quality of
way Fee. Monies have been set CERT: Jackie Karlan made his readiness to serve on at will be, but looks forward to
life that they anticipated when
aside. Discussion followed. a plea for new members. We least two committees. them. If you’re at UCO, stop
they bought in the Village.
President’s Report: Presi- need 20 people to start a class. We will have a form, ready by and say “Hi” and introduce
Rodger feels strongly about
dent Loewenstein introduced They meet on Monday, Oc- by November 10, to be picked yourself. You’ll enjoy the ex-
keeping up his LCAM (Li-
our new CAM — Rodger tober 19 at 3 p.m. in the Art up at the UCO office for each perience. o
censed Community Associa-
Carver. Room. Please note: We don’t candidate to sign stating that tion Manager) credentials with
Committee Reports — do CPR. Call her at 478-8679. he agrees to the above require- at least 20 hours every two
Insurance: Dan Gladstone Community Relations: ments. In addition to that form,
reported that the building as-
sociations are responsible for
Ted Silverman reported prepa-
rations for the Centenarian
each candidate will have to
submit a biography stating his
years in continuing education.
In addition, he enjoys sharing
the information that he has
Bus
Schedule
all repairs after a catastrophe. Celebration on October 29 are name, address, phone number, acquired from lawyers and
Call your insurance carrier re progressing very nicely. a short history and UCO and insurance agents with Board
713.22. He then demonstrated New Business — Motion: Century Village experience. of Directors and Officers so
a shutoff water valve system
that can be installed. For com-
Made and seconded — to
accept the 2010 budget as
presented. Discussed, voted,
The phone number will not be
published, but used only in case
they can better run their As-
sociations.
on Page
plete details, see his column in we have to get in touch with the
the Reporter.
President Loewenstein
3 opposed — motion passed.
Motion: Made and sec-
candidate. A picture accompa-
nying the bio is necessary.
Rodger believes in the
team concept of manage-
ment and looks forward to
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announced there will be an onded — the meeting re the The method in which a working with the UCO VPs
Election Search Committee golf course will be chaired by Continued to Page 4
chaired by Roberta Fromkin. an impartial facilitator; both
He then announced there sides will be heard. Discus- November/December Meetings
will be a Senior Academy sion followed. This will be As of 10/6/09
consisting of six weekly ses- publicized. Our residents want Date Day Time Group Location
sions on Topics for Seniors. to be able to hear both sides 11/02/09 Monday 1:00 pm Executive Board Room B
See Channel 63. Flyers are at of this story. More discussion
11/06/09 Friday 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Theater
the UCO office. followed. Vote: 4 opposed —
He reported that we have com- motion passed. Scheduled for 11/06/09 Friday 2:00 pm Security UCO Office
pleted work on the WPRF budget. October 15th at 2 p.m. in the 11/10/09 Tuesday 9:30 am Irrigation/Infrastructure UCO Office
Transportation: Claudette Clubhouse. 11/11/09 Wednesday 10:00 am Maintenance Room C
LaBonte reported that the win- Motion: Made and sec-
11/11/09 Wednesday 1:00 pm Editorial Board UCO Office
ter bus schedule is now in effect. onded — that in the future,
Security: Al McLaughlin paid employees of UCO not 11/12/09 Thursday 10:00 am Town Hall: Safety Room C
reported that people are not be CV residents, except those 11/16/09 Monday 1:30 pm Transportation Room B
being called in. There have that were grandfathered in. 11/20/09 Friday 1:00 pm Officers UCO Office
been ten broken arms and Discussed, voted, 35 for the
motion — the motion was 11/26-27 Thu-Fri Closed Thanksgiving UCO Office
common cause is tailgating.
Pools at the Clubhouse will be defeated. There were sugges- 11/30/09 Monday 9:30 am Operations UCO Office
checked for IDs. tions re new employees to be 11/30/09 Monday 1:00 pm Executive Board Room B
Safety: Mike Rayber re- computer literate.
12/04/09 Friday 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Theater
minded us to get the regular flu Motion to adjourn this meet-
shots, also to attend the regular ing — adjourned at 11 a.m. o 12/04/09 Friday 2:00 pm Security UCO Office
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

Are You
Interested?
By Dot Loewenstein
Details were in our October
Maintenance Insurance issue, inviting those interested
Jerry Karpf Dan Gladstone in a support group for caregiv-
ers of dementia/Alzheimer’s
victims.
Several responses have
been received, but we can ac-
Before I start my article, He described the type of pa- be coming back in a month or comodate up to 25, so it’s not
Note: This article has photos.
I must state our policy with tio door his company makes. two. Do not wait for them to too late to reply. Final arrange-
The epidemic of claims is
regard to manufacturers and Even though it weighs over find water devastation in their ments will be made at the end
still striking. Since my last
anyone who lectures at any 200 pounds, it can be moved unit upon arrival; check it for of November.
report, more water damages
maintenance meeting: with two fingers and will sus- them today. Before we commit to the
have occurred, devastating
UCO and the maintenance tain the force of the strongest Last month, the insurance experts coming to us, and ar-
the unit owners and the As-
committee do not endorse or hurricane, and also prevent companies denied four claims, range space in the Clubhouse,
sociations. In some cases, the
approve of any manufacturer, water from coming into your two belonged to Associations we need you to respond and
problem is noticed relatively
product, or contractor. All unit. It was pointed out that and two to home owners. Only let us know you are interested.
quickly and thus “the pub-
opinions of any lecturer are this company only does entire with the intervention of UCO, Although non-drivers are our
lic enemy number one” (i.e.
strictly their own and not those buildings, not individual units, these claims are now being main objective, this will of
Mold) is avoided.
of UCO. This article cannot be because you can do one apart- paid. It is important to focus on course be open to all residents.
At the Delegate Assembly
used in any legal matter. ment downstairs, and if the the importance of the profes- The Medical Center is work-
and on channel 63, I alerted the
We advised everyone pres- upstairs unit has no hurricane sionalism that UCO provides ing with us on this project, and
Universal Property & Casualty
ent about the amount of wa- windows the downstairs unit in many ways and variety of hopes to move the meetings to
Insurance Co. policy holders
ter damage claims that have can still be destroyed by water subjects. Some residents find their location by early 2010 —
that they should check their
been occurring in apartments from an unprotected unit. it hard to believe that all this our buses stop at the door!
policy for form number 1732
here in the Village. As of this Our next guest was the presi- fruitful work is carried on by Kindly provide your name,
0491R.This form widens your
writing, we have had over 55 dent of operations, who ex- volunteers, yes, only volun- phone number, and preferred
coverage from “named perils”
claims submitted to the insur- plained the installation process, teers. The committees that day of the week.
to “All Risk” at a cost of ap-
ance company. If this type of which is done entirely by their UCO runs consist of enormous Would you like monthly or
proximately $36 a year.
loss continues, there is a very employees. They do not sell skills and motivation. o weekly meetings?
Our northern neighbors will
good chance that Associations their windows to any other Either phone Courtney in
will face a very large increase outlet or distributor. This line of the WPRF ticket office at 640-
in insurance rates, unless we hurricane windows carries a ten 3120 and give her the above
act proactively to do some- year warrantee on the windows, info, or complete the survey
thing to prevent apartments paint, and on the installation. Ev- form and drop it in the Sugges-
from water damage while unit erything about these hurricane- tion Box at the Ticket Office.
owners are away. proof windows is top of the line. Thank you! o
Note my article on the front At my request, this company has
page, which refers to cut-off designed a patio enclosure that
valves. They will permit any meets all Miami/Dade codes. NAME
member of the Association
Board to shut off the water
It is far less expensive than
any enclosure we have seen to
_____________________
when a unit is unoccupied.
A manufacturer’s agent was
date, with cost running between
$3,600 and $7,000, depending
PHONE
our guest, who described all
the superior features of their
on the size of a patio.
I have saved the best for last:
_____________________
windows. These include: all This company offers time pay- Preferred day of week
moving parts are stainless ments for up to 25 years. Over Top view of shutoff valve. See side view on Page 1.
steel, 9/16” tempered hurri- the next several months, the Photo by Dan Gladstone (circle one)
cane-proof glass, and many company will be in the Village
other outstanding features. to check the various buildings Are You On the List? Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
The following Associations were not represented at the
Most people apparently for-
get the patio door — having
that are interested in installing
windows. Any Association that October Delegate Assembly: any day is acceptable
ANDOVER B-D-E-G-H-I-J-K-M
windows installed but doing
nothing about a patio door
is interested in seeing a presen-
tation on the hurricane-proof BEDFORD B-C-E-F-I-J We prefer
that can be easily lifted out
of its track — it is one of the
windows, patio enclosures, and
patio sliding doors, feel free to
BERKSHIRE A-B-C-E-G-H-I
CAMBRIDGE A-C-E-G-H (circle choices)
most vulnerable points into contact me in the UCO office CAMDEN B-D-F-G-H-I-L-M
CANTERBURY C-E-G-H-I-J-K
Weekly meetings
your unit during a hurricane. at 683-9189. o
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Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

Frankly Speaking: From the Desk of


Vice President Vice President
Frank Cornish David Israel

Here we are heading into bait traps in place to prevent New Century Village The new site uses a BLOG UCO open meeting schedules,
fall and hopefully, we will sub-terranium infestations. Web Site format, which allows for the Shows, Movies, Dances and
continue, for the next two Where there is dead wood or In a previous issue of the publishing of information and Classes at the Clubhouse, a link
months, until December 1, dry rot type damage left un- UCO Reporter, I wrote an the hands on interaction of our to the CV Computer Club and
to be spared yet another year treated, it will quickly invadearticle on our Community In- registered readers. Anyone Links to every UCO Reporter
of Nature’s wrath. However, the entire building requiring formation Television Channel can read the information on edition published in the last 20
for those of us “year round” evacuation and tenting or 63. There are three main chan- our new Web Site, but only months. Of particular interest is
residents, I would like to re- new types of treatment sug- nels of Information serving registered users may publish a page consisting of many links
mind you, there is a group of gested by some experts in the our little Village; they are, as a Post or Comment on an ex- to County, State and Federal
volunteers, committed to your field. Also, should you bring noted; channel 63, The UCO isting Post. Any unit owner of sources of Legal information on
well-being, under adverse any antique wood furniture Reporter newspaper and the Century Village may register Code, Statutes, Taxation, PBSO
circumstances called “CERT,” into your home, make sure to Century Village Website. by sending an Email to Dave Arrest information, Court cases,
currently chaired by Jackie double check to see that there The Website, by the very Israel at: (nsasigint@comcast. and more; at which serious
Karlan. are no tiny holes anywhere on nature of INTERNET com- net). Your request should con- researchers may find data on
They meet monthly in the the surface. munications, has global tain your name, address, tele- Condominium Law, Arbitration
Clubhouse, the third Monday In closing, once more I ask reach. A small dedicated phone number and Email. You decisions, Board of County
of the month, in the afternoon you to become involved in group of bloggers is currently will then receive an invitation Commissioners meetings and
(usually follows the Transpor- your Association. The end of constructing a new Website, with simple instructions for much more related data.
tation meeting). I know they the year is fast approaching, and it is already chock full registering on the site. There The new CV Web Site,
would welcome all interested and elections are just around of useful information for our will be no anonymous posting unlike the previous CV Web
residents. I urge you to read the corner. Submit your name unit owners. If you own or on the new Web Site. Page, allows any user to pub-
Jackie’s column appearing as a candidate for your Board have access to a computer, Currently the New Web lish not only textual messages,
elsewhere in the Reporter. of Directors, volunteer to you may view this work in BLOG Site contains a num­ but also to upload still photos
In addition to preparing serve as your building’s alter-progress by clicking on the ber of labels which link to and full motion video material,
for hurricanes, we also have nate representative (replac- following URL (Uniform a collateral document and thus bringing our Village into
to look closer to home to ing an absent officer) at the Resource Locator). The blog- information repository site the 21st Century.
see yet another threat to our Delegates Assembly monthly ger team consists of the fol- (http://cvbitbucket.blogspot. In closing, your Web Site
communities — termites. meetings. Become informed; lowing persons: Dave Israel, com/); this approach provides team invites you all to come
Unfortunately, they exist all you live here, you owe it to Ken Davis, John Saponaro, for a crisper site appearance, and browse, register and hope-
over the country. We are not yourself! Dorothy Elaine Brown, Ed and leaves the main Post panel fully ask a question, provide
exempt, but we can takes steps As always, I can be reached Black and Randall Borchardt. available for our unit owners an answer or simply read and
to prevent invasion. Every at the UCO office during busi- They bring diverse threads of to Post information or ask enjoy. In this formative period,
building should have ground ness hours. o experience, not the least of questions. The site opens with a we seek suggestions on any
which is hands on work on beautiful slide show of selected and all phases of this project;
Search/Nominations the UCO Reporter team and views of Century Village and forward such to any of our CV
a compiled list of those who
Continued from Page 2 the Channel 63 team. numerous links to such items as; Website Team, whose Email
are eligible according to the
nomination may be given http://century-village-wpb. Bus schedules, CV information, addresses are listed in the
above stipulations.
from the floor of the UCO blogspot.com/ Delegate Assembly Video, Sidebar of the Site. o
Upon completion of all your
Delegates meeting has also
documents bring them to the
UCO office. Should you have How to Dispose of Unwanted Medications
been changed. Besides the per-
son nominating the candidate, Please use these practical guidelines when disposing of prescription and over-the-counter medicines:
any questions, call me at 712- • Keep the medicines in the original container. This will help identify the contents if they are accidentally ingested.
only one person has to second
0259 between 9 a.m. and 5 • Mark out your name and prescription number for safety.
him. Each of those nominating
p.m. • For pills: add some water or soda to start dissolving them. For liquids: add something inedible like cat litter, dirt or cayenne pep-
must be delegates. All the re- per.
We encourage UCO mem- • Close the lid and secure with duct or packing tape.
quirements stated above must
bers who are ready, willing • Place the bottle(s) inside an opaque (non see-through) container like a coffee can or plastic laundry bottle.
be followed by the nominee.
and able to become a candi- • Tape that container closed.
Again, the Committee no • Hide the container in the trash. Do not put in the recycle bin.
date and run for office.
longer nominates, but reports Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection
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November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

Open Clubhouse
By Courtney Olsen
The winter residents return-
From the Desk of ing this month will be glad to Your Theater
know that there are many more
Vice President classes and clubs available for
Claudette
Bob Marshall the winter. You will see these LaBonte
advertised on Channel 63 and
in the Ticket Office. For those
who do not watch Channel
63, I will list a few that begin
Those of you who read and pany, they should already It seems like I have been Carnegie Hall and has been
this month. All classes re-
remember last month’s article know the amount to be added waiting forever to share in- performing around the
quire registration in advance;
will see something very simi- to the budget; however, if it formation with you regarding world ever since.
Mah Jongg, Pan Card Game,
lar here this month. is to be an attorney firm, for the great performers that will • Tues., Nov. 17, 8:00 p.m. — The
Bridge, Crocheted Handbags,
This month has continued example, be sure you make be coming to our stage this Tony Pace Show: “The Man
Dancercise, Folk Dancing and
the parade into my office of them aware of these arrears. season, while in reality, only with the Voice” (and funny too)
Stained Glass. These classes
folks that have some serious If some folks are behind with a few months have passed. direct from Las Vegas.
build your knowledge, strat-
situations in their Associa- their payments and there is Opening night entertain- • Sat., Nov. 21, 7:00 p.m.
egy, and technique. The clubs
tions. Some have people who little hope this money will be ment should be perfect for me — Let’s Hang On: Sing-
starting this month are as fol-
have moved into units that paid in 2010, this line needs to as I will just be returning from ers, dancer and band join
lows: The Irish club, Chorus
they now own but acquired be included so the board has a Caribbean cruise and we together and pay tribute to
Tamalou, Fellowship and Get-
by non-traditional means. enough money to cover all the are opening with “Hot Latin the sounds of Frankie Valli
ting Younger, Getting Better.
One that comes to mind is/ bills that will be due. Rhythms,” featuring the beat and the Four Seasons.
Ballroom Dance Practice
was inherited (by a charitable If you have other situations, of the Islands. • Tues., Nov. 24, 8:00 p.m.
is a gathering for all of those
organization) then sold to the stop by the office or call. I’ll Opening night is always — Cavendish Classics:
who enjoy Ballroom dance
present occupant. Neither par- meet with you or set up an ap- special, so talk it up with Featuring great moments in
and have nowhere to practice.
ty was apparently aware of the pointment at a convenience to your friends, wear your col- Opera including “The Bar-
This group meets every Sun-
rules and regulations applying both parties, to attempt to help. orful outfits or Hawaiian ber of Seville,” “Carmen,”
day at 6pm in the party room;
to Condos. The new owner is Please check Channel 63 for shirts and enjoy. “Pagliacci,” “La Traviata”
registration is not required,
now living in the unit without further dates to make an ap- • Sat., Nov, 7, 8:00 p.m. — and more.
and you may show up at any-
benefit of investigation. pointment to have your cable Hot Latin Rhythms: Pulsat- • Sat., Nov. 28, 8:00 p.m. —
time. This & That discussion
Several Association Offi- box installed if you have not ing rhythms of fiery Latin Mark & Clark: Twin broth-
group has changed their meet-
cers have come into the office yet done so. Also check for music with festive dancers ers on baby grand pianos.
ing day; they will now meet
to discuss what should happen the instruction dates if you and singers in brilliant col- Remember: There are
the last two Tuesdays of every
when the outstanding mort- are having difficulties operat- orful costumes. two (2) 7:00 p.m. shows in
month, unless notified other-
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In Memoriam
Pearl Roth Pfeffer passed
away peacefully on September
Call the
The official newspaper of Century Village
1, 2009, a few months short of Rover:
her 102nd birthday.
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Pearl was an extraordinary 502-8103
caring and influential mother, Remember, call 911 first
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830
grandmother, great grand- for any emergency, then call
Email: ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net mother, great aunt and great- the above number to sum-
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri great aunt. She was born on mon our security car.
Co-Editors.....................................Irv Lazar, Dot Loewenstein
the East Side of New York and
grew up in Brooklyn. She was
Senior Editor.........................................................Syd Kronish
Associate Editor.............................................. June Saponaro
The Prius Is Great a graduate of Eastern District Channel 63
It all started in April 2006. High School and while attend-
Layout............................................................ Myron Silverman
We returned to New Jersey ing high school, put herself Memo
Editorial Board.......................All Editors, Pres and Vice Pres through the Woods Business The Channel 63 line-
from Century Village and after
Production....................................................... John Saponaro School for Accounting. up is as follows:
spending 30-40 dollars every
In 1933, she married Morris All UCO, Special and
Bookkeeper............................................. Antoinette Salometo time we stopped for gas, we de-
David Roth and bore one son, Town Hall Meetings ap-
Advertising....................... Don McDonough, Mindy Weingart cided it was time for a change.
Stanley, in 1937. During her pear at 56 minutes past
Consultant................................................................. Ken Graff We had a 2004 van which
early career, she worked as an the hour until 6 min-
we thought we needed for the
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler accountant during the Great utes after the next
trip up and back every year.
Circulation......................... Len Cohen, Jack Eisen, Bill Karp, Depression, and then with her hour.
After careful consideration
Dave Rabinowitz, Mindy Weingart husband, opened two restau- Odd Hours show
we purchased a 2006 Toyota
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. rants in Brooklyn from 1940 Announcements and
Prius. We have nothing but
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: through 1959. Classes.
good things to say about this
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed On her 100th birthday, she Even Hours show
car. It has lots of room because
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge. received many acknowledg- Clubs and Organiza-
it is a hatchback and the seats
(Submit on 8.5” by 11” paper.)
ments from many Congress- tions.
Submissions & Articles....... Please type in caps and lower case
fold down. It is a “fun” car to
men, Senators, Governors and The recorded Dele-
letters, double spaced, any item. On a “space available” basis. drive and we were getting 45
the President. gate Assembly will be
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems). mpg. We kept the car for three
Margaret Hume shown for five days at
years putting about 35,000
Visit your Century Village web site: centuryvillagewpb.org 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.
miles on it and never had a bit
A Personal Note All requests for your

OFFICERS
of a problem. In fact, we liked
Thank you to my friends information to be
the car so much that in July
and neighbors for their expres- shown must use the
of 2009, we bought a 2010
sions of sympathy on the death provided form at the
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 beautiful bright red Prius. The
of my beloved son Wayne. UCO office. Instruc-
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 car has been improved and we
Eleanore Schwartz tions are on the form.
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm now get 51 mpg.
That is our experience with and Family
President: George Loewenstein
Vice Presidents: Frank Cornish, David Israel, the Prius. If more people Has UCO Forgotten Edie Levine cried out, “are
Jerry Karpf, Bob Marshall would buy these hybrid cars, you bleeding, are you bleed-
Its Mission?
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro our gas and emission situation ing?” Indeed he was, the blood
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank
My heart is heavy as I recall
would be greatly improved. stained pants can testify to that.
Recording Secretary: Betty Lapidus the events that took place at the
Herb Wilk The Sheriff’s office was called
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver UCO office on Thursday, Sep-
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton tember 24, 2009 about 3 p.m. and a report was made. Later
Co-Office Managers: Mary Patrick Benton Editors’ Note: Kurt My husband was told that that afternoon (early evening)
Edie Levine Weiss submitted a he could go into the Presi- bleeding began again and we
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy, letter to the editors. dent’s office to meet with needed medical attention.
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small, him. An appointment had I feel violated to think that
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy However, it came in
been arranged for 3 p.m. He mature adults would bring
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin, too late for the Re- themselves down to this low-
Rhea Cohen, Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman, was greeted at the doorway to
porter to verify the the President’s office by two est level and in my own home
Claudette LaBonte, Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver,
Marilyn Pomerantz, Ron Massa
facts contained. thugs who proceeded to push community. It boggles my
and shove him into the door. mind and try as I might to get
Executive Board “Often it is said that if you By the time he made his over this incident, I’m still
Dave Bernstein Dot Loewenstein do not embrace growth, exit, about five minutes later, having a very hard time doing
Randall Borchardt Al McLaughlin you are not progressive. he was escorted by Dan Glad- so. We don’t always agree with
Sal Bummolo Haskell Morin I suggest that embracing stone who took him into the one another but this behavior
Sandy Cohen Marie Oliver growth reduces the quality men’s room and attempted to was despicable. Shame on you!
Ken Davis Michael Rayber of your life, it is prudent not tend to his bleeding injuries. Barbara Shapkin
George Franklin Joe Saponaro to be progressive.”
Louise Gerson Phil Shapkin Submitted by
Dan Gladstone Myron Silverman Martin Ruderman
Jackie Karlan Ted Silverman Author Unknown
Syd Kronish Lori Torres A Very Special Thank
Claudette LaBonte Jeanette Veglia You to Sam Cohen
Irv Lazar Olga Wolkenstein All the Canterbury Associa-
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published tions thank you for your years
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village,
West Palm Beach, FL. of getting the UCO Reporter
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a not-for-profit to us. Every month you would
organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any pick up all the papers for Can-
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They terbury and then bundle them
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, for us to distribute. We all
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which wish you the very best. Again,
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or thanks Sam!
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of Louise Gerson and All
the product or service. Your Canterbury Neighbors Page 2 of Sheriff’s report may be found on Page 16.
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

The 2010 UCO Budget, as approved at the Delegate Meeting on October 2nd
Income on this page
Expenses on Pages 8 and 9
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November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 9
Page 10 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

At the Library
By Chuck Waugh
November at the
Okeechobee Branch CERT:
Safety Library Community Emergency
Sponsored by the Friends Response Team
George Franklin of the Palm Beach County
Library System, this season’s
Jackie Karlan
adult book discussion series
is entitled “Express Yourself.”
Ok, folks, it finally hap- person had not reported that Dr. Carole Policy will again bers have sold or moved on.
Team Members Wanted!
pened — “Signal 4” — that is crash to their insurance com- be leading the popular discus- The number of active mem-
No Experience Necessary.
the police dispatch signal for a pany. You may also be inter- sions each month. Sign up at bers is small when compared
We Will Train.
motor vehicle crash. ested to know that there are the reference desk and receive to our resident population. We
In 2003, the Federal Gov-
Today (not mentioning real three (3) types of crashes that a copy of the book to check need to train new members.
ernment selected the CERT
date), while I was heading are classified as non-prevent- out. Join CERT, share your skills
program as one of the vol-
north in the rain on South able. The First is stopped at The following is a schedule and interests via the CERT
unteer programs that would
Military Trail at 1:30 P.M. near the direction of a Police Of- of the 2009-2010 “Express Group. (On site classroom
help to make communities
the intersection of Forest Hill ficer; the Second is stopped at Yourself” Book Discussion; training is available.)
safer and better prepared to re-
Blvd., I was stopped in the a Traffic Signal; the Third is the discussions will start at Often heard are these com-
spond to disasters of all kinds.
right lane for a red traffic sig- being struck while Properly 10:30am on the days listed:  ments: “I would have helped
Century Village has a CERT
nal. All of a sudden, wham!! I and Legally Parked. Anything • Audacity of Hope, by Barack but I didn’t know what to do or
(Community Emergency Re-
was struck from behind. I was else and your insurance com- Obama, November 6 where to go”…“Nobody told
sponse Team).
hit so hard that the ash tray in pany will hammer you with • The Jungle, by Upton Sin- me about”…“I have some mo-
After three hurricanes, it
my car popped out! premium increases or drop you clair, December 4 bility limits, what can I do?”
became apparent that a com-
I got out in time to see the all together. Now, if you are • Devil in the White City, by Everyone can help. CERT is
prehensive plan for the entire
driver of the vehicle that hit involved in a crash and before Erik Larson, January 8 about training you to be of as-
Village was needed. The Cen-
me lowering their hand with you leave the scene, check the • Infidel, by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, sistance and doing so safely.
tury Village CERT program
a cell phone in it. This driver paperwork given to you. Note February 5 CERT meetings are held the
was established. The CERT
never braked and just drove to the officer: If anything he • Loving Frank, by Nancy third Monday of each month,
Team provides support for
right into the back of my car wrote is wrong, have it cor- Horan, March 5 3:00 p.m., in the Clubhouse.
public safety by providing
that I had for four weeks and rected at the scene. The Okeechobee Boulevard Many thanks to the CERT
community education as well
four days exactly. Stop with the cell phones Branch Library is located next Sub-Committee for their time
as acting as an additional
As of this time, I am writing already; Pay Attention and to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours and efforts. Committee Mem-
resource during emergency
this article. I do have a small Drive Safely!! Until next time, are: Monday, Tuesday, and bers: George Loewenstein,
situations. CERT volunteers
pain in my neck above the be safe out there!! Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. Ed Black, Rhea Cohen, John
are not intended to replace
right shoulder — no lie. Now ********** to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Fri- Hess, Claudette LaBonte, Lori
emergency responders. We
what I can tell you is this: I Hi folks, we are getting day and Saturday from 10:00 Torres, Lea Zimmerman. Spe-
provide basic care until emer-
was very lucky to be driving very close to the season again. a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  All Village cial thanks to John Hess for his
gency responders arrive on the
a very large vehicle while the Please note that November 12th residents, including seasonal research and collaboration.
scene.
other driver had a compact car. at 10:00 a.m., Room “C” in residents, are eligible for a For further information call
Since the inception of this
The damage to that vehicle the Clubhouse, there will be free library card with proper 561-478-8679. o
program, several of our mem-
was quite a bit. Mine, again a “Safety Town Hall Meeting.” ID. Visit the library today!
from what I can see, seems to
be superficial. Not yet sure, as
We have secured four of the
best speakers in the area to
November Programs
• Mon., Nov. 2, 6:00 p.m. — CRAIG THE HANDYMAN
Fichye ak Katab (Files and No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small, One Call Does It All.
the car has to be put onto a lift talk on Safety Issues that affect
and checked for undercarriage your daily lives here in Palm Folders) Hands-on
• Locks • Lightbulbs Changed • AC & Water Filters • Phone
damage. The rest is the Service Beach County. These speakers • Thurs., Nov. 5, 10:30 a.m.
& Electronic Hookups and much more
Aide that did the crash report are very dynamic individuals — Morning Cinema (1942) Honest, Reliable & Dependable Service Guaranteed
messed it up so badly that I had and will cover Fraud, Crime (NOT RATED, 102 min.)
to go to the Sheriff Headquar- Prevention, Prosecution, and • Fri., Nov. 6, 10:30 a.m.
ters on Gun Club to report the Not Being a Victim of Every — Adult Book Discussion
errors and he was called in and Day Scams. Trust me on this, Series 561-333-8961
you won’t fall asleep listening • Sat., Nov. 7, 10:30 a.m. — Fully Insured FREE ESTIMATES
had to redo the entire report.
Ok, what’s the point in telling to them! Resume Basics
you this tale? Put the phone You do not want to miss this • Mon., Nov. 9, 6:00 p.m. —
down and drive!!! meeting! If just one person is Fichye ak Katab (Files and • SCREEN REPLACEMENT
Now, because someone was saved from being a victim, this Folders) Hands-on • WINDOW REPAIR • GLASS TINTING
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not paying attention and talk-
ing on a phone (allegedly) an I do suggest that building a.m. — Mousing Around
entire half a day was wasted officers attend. Feel free to (Hands-on)
by this writer, not to mention bring a guest with you. This • Thurs., Nov. 12, 10:30 a.m.
— Morning Cinema (1957) ANY SCREEN REPLACEMENT
vehicle damage to both cars,
a Sheriff’s employee could
is an open meeting for all!
For further information, watch (NOT RATED, 130 min.) OR WINDOW REPAIR
WINDOW TINTING
have been doing other more Channel 63 and/or call George • Wed., Nov. 18, 3:30 p.m. —
important business, and so, at 471-9929. Looking for- Music, Music, Music! Are your windows difficult to open or close?
three persons had their entire ward to seeing you all there! • Thurs., Nov. 19, 10:30 a.m. We carry your window parts.
Come One, Come All, Come — Morning Cinema (1942)
afternoon wrecked.
(NOT RATED, 126 min.) 
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As of 4:30 p.m., the other Early!! o
• Sat., Nov. 21, 10:30 a.m. — window screens
Porch screening Waterproof screening
Movie Buffs Wanted! E-mail Basics (Hands-on) 
• Wed., Nov. 25, 10:30 a.m.
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lieves, from the old equipment registered vehicles and could the residents to expand their
at the airport which pulled the not leave the Village. travel to Publix, Kmart and to
luggage carts. The trams were After a period of time, old the Palm Beach Mall after it
Transportation open air carts (a la Disney) city buses, known in the Vil- was constructed.
but they could be covered if lage as the “Blue Bombers,” Other transportation that
Claudette rain was predicted. They had were purchased. Apparently came to the Village during
LaBonte limited mobility and could tip. there was an area of land on the formation years was the
However, this was the travel of Okeechobee that was owned County Bus Route #4 and Co-
choice on Saturday nights to by Mr. Levy that had a gas Tran, which is now Palm Tran.
go to the Clubhouse and attend station on it. There was a I hope you have enjoyed
the theater performances. On mechanic on duty to service your trip down memory lane.
Rather than speak about this was the place to come show nights, they would dou- and repair both the trams and The nostalgia picture shows
new restaurants or bus routes, I for retirement and, by word ble up the routes so everyone buses. They also bought very Steve Schwartz, Al’s son, driv-
am going to share a little trans- of mouth, approximately six could get to the Clubhouse. old buses and put them on the ing the second Jeep from the
portation history with you. other transit employees fol- The tugs were then replaced back lot of the station in order left. If you recognize any of
For the new residents, you lowed him to what he called by two Cushman carts and to cannibalize them for parts the other drivers, you may for-
may find this very interesting, “his little paradise.” also Jeeps. The transit retirees to keep the “Bombers” run- ward your information to the
and for those of you who go Al met Mr. Levy, who was became the village drivers. ning. When the buses were Mail Bag and we will include
back to the beginning times on the premises at that time, The trams, however, were not introduced, this now allowed it in our next issue. o
of Century Village, please following the various con-
reminisce with me. But first, struction sites and Mr. Levy
did you know that the UCO thought it would be a great
Reporter was once known as idea for him to set up a transit
“The Village Voice”? system for the Village.
I recently met a very inter- During this period, Haverhill
esting gentleman by the name North was nothing more than
of Steve Schwartz. His mother farms. The biggest adjustments
had recently passed and he from New York were that the
came to my home for me to area that had no idea what a
bring the Sales Agreement to bagel was, couldn’t even re-
the UCO office and I took the member when pizza came to
time to listen to his story which the area and there was relatively
I am now sharing with you. no place to go and eat. (Can you
The story is about his father, imagine?) The Village was the
Al Schwartz, who came to the most exciting place around.
Village in the “Red Buttons Al and his friends began
Era” of the 1970s and re- setting up a tram system. The
tired from the New York City trams were actually pulled
Transit Authority. He decided by old tugs purchased, he be- File photo: Tram ride to history.
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 13

Clubhouse
Annuity Owners Could Pay Up
quietly, or work on a jigsaw
puzzle, if you notice someone
Library coming in and straightening
By Dot Loewenstein out the books, feel free to ask

To 40% to the IRS in Taxes!


October has arrived and if they are today’s volunteer.
some of our snowbirds have Take a moment to say thanks.
returned. We have a new vol- We often compare our li-
unteer at our library, and as brary to the Public Library
always, when we add a new where jigsaw puzzles are not
Many annuity owners are positioned to lose a significant portion of their annuity’s value to taxes, and
volunteer to the list on display invited, nor are chess players.
most are not even aware of the problem. The IRS is not required to notify annuity owners about
there, we highlight the name. Yet, sometimes our residents
an exemption to the tax code that could save thousands of dollars in income and estate taxes.
It always thrills us to stop in don’t realize how lucky we are
and see how neatly our books to have these facilities at our
and magazines are arranged.
A complimentary booklet is available that shows current annuity owners how to avoid mistakes
fingertips. Occasionally some and possibly save thousands! This complimentary booklet creates an awareness around the most
For myself, I’m lucky if I can take advantage and break the
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rules, which results in every- hard-earned assets.
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November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 15

Special Commentary Section on the Golf Course


Plans for the Old Turtle have an even nicer view with Waldman be able to present A Grimm’s Fairy Tale village...but we see through
Bay Golf Course the lakes and surrounding his plans to the officials of the There she lay looking so the stories. We want our Vil-
Recently I was invited to a grass areas. It seemed too Village and enter into discus- beautiful that he could not take lage to remain the same para-
meeting in someone’s home that with this buffer zone, sions with them. I understand his eyes off her. The prince dise it is.
to meet Drew Waldman, the we might not have to be as there has been an ad hoc “golf bent down and gave her a kiss. Sandy Cohen
developer of what was the for- concerned as we were with course committee” in the Vil- As their lips met, sleeping Member of the Committee to
mer Turtle Bay golf course. Mr. Village break-ins. The plans lage for some time. This is beauty opened her eyes. She Save the Golf Course
Waldman and two of his assis- are not for this to be low- fine, and it is quite natural, looked up and smiled. They
tants shared his plans with us, income housing, which might given that these people abut lived happily ever after.  A History of the Pro-
showed us a large, color-coded well bring in a bad element. the golf course. But neither Here is another fairy tale: If Active Committee to
map of what his development It is possible that not only the they nor groups like the one I the golf course is developed,
attended represent the Village
Save the Golf Course
would look like, gave us an lakes, but their village as well we will have citrus trees,
On April 5, 2005, represen-
opportunity to express our will provide our Village with as a whole, and the whole Vil- parks, lakes, added security
tatives of D.R. Horton, a large
concerns about this property a buffer zone from crime. lage has a concern about what and no traffic problems.
national real estate developer
which adjoins the Village, and I know nothing about the replaces the golf course. After How can we trust the Wald-
made a presentation to the resi-
allowed us unlimited time for legal aspects of this, but I Mr. Waldman and his assis- mans who have been telling
dents of Century Village to de-
questions. This was an enlight- believe Mr. Waldman seemed tants have met as many times the golf course committee
velop the property on the Golf
ening and helpful time, because amenable to our putting up a as they need to with a legally for years that they didn’t buy
Course. More than 1,200 peo-
until then, despite the fact I had fence if we wanted to have representative committee of the golf course to develop it,
ple were in attendance. There
been to many Delegate Meet- one. Perhaps in whatever ne- Village officials, then there when in fact, the year Wald-
was tremendous opposition to
ings, I really didn’t understand gotiations are involved, this could be a presentation at a man bought the golf course is
the development. The UCO
what was going on relative to could be written in as okay to Delegates Meeting. the same year that he and the
administration at that time did
the old golf course. Others who do if we felt in the future we Lanny Howe builder, D.R. Horton attempt-
not support the opposition to
attended felt the same. wanted it. There is no fence ed to develop the property.

U
the development, therefore
Mr. Waldman’s stated now, I might note for those Was the golf course intention-
several days later a group of
plans are to have moderate- who don’t know. I understand ally run into the ground so that
residents who live facing the
ly-priced housing, varied that many Golf’s Edge resi- Waldman could ask the county
golf course and several golfers
in style, a maximum of 550 dents like their view without a to change the zoning?!?
called a meeting to plan how to
units in all, in a village-type fence being interposed. Plus, a The truth is, we will have:
handle a united effort to force
setting — that is, with some fence would be expensive, as • 800 more cars on our local
the developer to discontinue
small shops and stores for use Dave Israel pointed out at this roads
any plans for development.
by the residents. These shops meeting, costing maybe well A Tale from • Garbage trucks
This was an ad-hoc committee
would not be there for use by over $100,000. Cambridge B: Part III • School buses
of concerned residents. It was
the general public, but Mr. Something has to be done On Monday, October 5, my • Teenagers rowing across the
established and registered then
Waldman would welcome an eventually about the former wife and I hosted Mr. Andrew lakes and climbing fences
as a Not For Profit Corporation
arrangement whereby people golf course land if what I’ve Waldman and Mr. Greg Du- • No run off for our rain water 
with the State of Florida with a
in Century Village could pa- been told is true, that Turtle Boise in our home. • Extra costs for the Village
full compliment of Corporate
tronize them. In fact, Mr. Bay was a losing proposition Mr. Waldman is the owner residents to maintain parks
Officers.
Waldman made it clear several and another golf course simply of what used to be our golf and lakes
This strong opposition was
times that he looked forward is not in the cards. It seems to course. We spent a pleasant • Higher taxes to pay for the
successful in driving a power-
to doing almost anything co- me that what Mr. Waldman hour and a half discussing his changes to our infrastructure 
ful developer away. Over the
operatively with the Village. plans could very well be a plus plans for the property. As I The Waldmans bought this
years this committee acting
I was puzzled when I first for the Village and the general stated in previous articles, our golf course to “flip it’’ as they
on behalf of all the residents
saw the large map showing his area in which we live. As one greatest concerns are security did down the road on Belve-
was able to keep the owner of
development and the edge of person at the meeting pointed and traffic problems. dere. Sorry, they have made a
the golf course from pursuing
our Century Village property. out, the best overall solution for Mr. Waldman presented a bad investment.
plans with other developers.
There were two large lakes high-crime areas in decline is to glowing picture of the com- We have the Plat 14 and
Now that the golf course is
— were they ours? No, they step-by-step improve them with munity he hopes to build on the property is deeded “rec-
closed the owners are once
explained, these were lakes good neighbors. This person the property. It would be a reational use only” — in per-
again attempting to plan a
on their property that they described how this was done in beautiful development of five petuity. We, the Village, have
housing development on that
would build, which would Hoboken, NJ, a successful ef- hundred to five hundred fifty defeated one of the largest
property. 
not only provide some pleas- fort which then spread to some residences. He described his builders in the united states
Recently at a Delegates
ant scenery, but also form a surrounding towns. vision of a self-contained, gat- who was looking to build on
meeting a motion was made to
kind of buffer zone between The one thing I am uneasy ed community. We found his the golf course. He was forced
have the present UCO admin-
their housing and our Village. about is the added traffic. presentation very interesting; to walk away, and we can do
istration support the residents
In other words, the lakes, not Mr. Waldman did not have however, he failed miserably it again. The Waldmans’ hands
in opposition to the own-
their housing, would abut most an answer for this, saying to address our most serious are tied and the “pie in the sky”
ers plans. Therefore, Town
of our property.  this would be a matter for the concerns. If and when Mr. promises fall on deaf ears. We
Hall meetings are planned to
I was heartened by what I county or town to work out. Waldman can totally assure are all together in this — and
discuss how to continue the
learned at this informal meet- I would guess at the least, it me that the traffic and security don’t forget —we the people
opposition to any housing de-
ing. It seemed from the plans would mean another traffic issues have been properly sat- have the power!!!
velopment on the golf course.
that those Villagers who live light on Haverhill between our isfied, I would feel better about Sorry, Waldmans...you can
Honey Sager
with a nice view of the golf entrance and Okeechobee. his project. have all the sandwich and cof-
Vice President
course would now perhaps I would like to see Mr. Al Thomas fee meetings at a condo in the
Pro-Active Committee

CALL TO ARTISTS Artwork Will Be Displayed on a Rotating Basis

Please Bring Your Art to the Clubhouse On:

The Century Village Art Committee Monday, October 19, 2009 — 9:00 am to 11:00 am
in Meeting Room C
Is Requesting Your Additional Information:

Original Artwork 1) 1 or 2 original pieces can be submitted per Century Village artist.
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.
For Display in the Main Clubhouse Questions: Beth Baker — 684-3166
Page 16 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

The Mail Bag Open Clubhouse paper, there will be a Town


Continued from Page 6 Continued from Page 5 Hall Meeting on Safety on
Thursday, November 12 at
Club will now meet the first 10 a.m. in Meeting Room C.
and third Thursday beginning Metro Traffic School has
this month. scheduled their next course for
The monthly Health Chat November 20 at 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
meetings will be on Novem- and registration is required.
ber 3 at 10 a.m. and again on The next Comcast meetings
November 17 at 2:30 p.m. will be Thursday, November
Both meetings take place in 12, and Friday, November 13
Meeting Room C. As you at 9 a.m. in Classroom A.
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Recreation Fishing Petanque


Ellie
Wilk
Jerry
Karpf WILLS, TRUSTS,
Bowling ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE,
Sam We are looking forward to A Game of Ground Bowling
a great season of fishing and To all players, the season REAL ESTATE LAW
Rosen
socializing. has started; come to the courts
The season of 2009-10 Our first meeting of the on Wednesday and Friday. GEORGIANA F. DAMBRA
started September 10. Come year will be on January 6th at People wishing to learn an
and join us. New teams will 3 p.m. in Classroom B. At this easy fun game that anyone KAREN LEVIN ALEXANDER
meeting, we will reintroduce
be formed.
Our league is a mixed league ourselves and discuss fishing
can play. Come to the Pet-
anque courts, located by the
Attorneys at Law
with every team having male days, social events and plan Somerset tennis courts and ALEXANDER & DAMBRA
and female bowlers. We have our 2010 season. pool. Playing starts 9:00 a.m.
handicaps, so all teams are We hope all members and Wednesday and Friday. Call 5737 OKEECHOBEE BLVD.
competitive. new members will attend. Any Jerry at 684-1487 for any ad- SUITE 201
If you enjoy bowling, come input will be appreciated and ditional information. o
and join us. Good or bad, join we will consider all sugges- (561) 471-5708

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us to socialize and meet new tions. Come! Bring a friend WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33417
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Tropicana. For information, a bang-up start. LOCATED IN THE
call Sam Rosen, 478-3079. That’s all for now. Any BANK ATLANTIC BUILDING
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good fishing.
This is to let you know
what a treasure we have in the
CV Drama Workshop Club.
Sydelle Banks, who has quite
a background as a musician
and in the theater, started the
Drama Club.
On Monday, Labor Day,
9/7/09, Temple Anshei Shalom
of CV sponsored a barbeque
as a fundraiser. The Drama
Club volunteered to be the
entertainment.
The event was held in the
Social Hall, consisting of two
rooms and 22 tables. They
were set up from front to back
and wall to wall. The day be-
fore, Gerry Medman and Leo
Aronson spent several hours
setting up the sound system
of several mikes to make sure
everyone could hear, wherever
they were seated. Everything
worked perfectly.
The next day — after 200
people were fed — the Drama
Club presented several skits
and a short play. They were
funny, amusing, interesting,
clever and entertaining. The
16 performers did an excellent
job. Unfortunately, the micro-
phones did not work well, but
Gerry and Leo managed to
get them working properly.
In spite of this setback, the
performers were professional
and came through.
I advise anyone who has
had secret desires to act and
perform on the stage — join
the Drama Workshop Club
— everyone is welcome. It’s
never too late — have fun.

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Recipes
Avis Blank

My mother was at her wits all the fussy breakfast eaters in


end when I was five years old. your family. I am sure it will
“How was she going to get please them.
Avis to eat breakfast on school Jam ’n’ Cream French Toast
days?” The transition from • 2 thick tablespoons cream
kindergarten to first grade cheese, softened
was very difficult for me. I • 2 thick slices cinnamon-
was more interested in getting raisin bread
ready for school than to take • 2 tablespoons strawberry
the time to eat breakfast. jam
Mother tried to entice me • 1 egg
with all kinds of delicacies • 1 tablespoon butter
without results. A glass of • Maple syrup, optional
milk was all I could manage Spread cream cheese on
to swallow before heading out one slice of bread. Spread
for school. jam on the other slice; place
A private consultation with a jam side dawn over the cream
dietician didn’t change my mind. cheese. In a shallow bowl,
One morning, mother was beat egg. Dip both sides of
exceptionally creative. I tasted bread into egg.
her new creation, loved it and In a skillet, melt butter;
the family applauded when cook bread for 3-4 minutes
I ate every bite of my first on each side or until golden
“school breakfast.” brown. Serve with syrup if
Try this simple recipe for desired Yield: 1 serving. o
Betty White Facts Betty White reads the dic- Woodstock — it’s just that
Betty White ain’t afraid of tionary constantly — you what she performed wasn’t
playing games. never know when she may be exactly musical.
Be Kind to Your Neighbors Betty White had no children needed for a quick game of
because she was spayed and Password.
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If you walk around the perimeter road before 7:30 neutered. Betty White brakes for ani- because Jack Nicholson was
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centuryvillagetheater.com, NOW BUYING:
which is being modified to al- Art, antiques, collectibles,
low you to subscribe online. art glass, fine crystal,
Anita J. Cruz Rumors have been running
sterling, china, silver, gold.
rampant about cancellation of
VP, WPRF, Inc. the WPRF Halloween Dance,
All things of value purchased.
One piece or entire estates.
and I have been the recipient
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to me as having “Gestapo-like Richard Steckler
Even as activity increases and the Men’s Bathroom was tactics,” so please read this to Phone: 561-688-0357
every Fall in our Clubhouse, the next target with glossy dispel any myths that have
Hastings Fitness Center and at black spray paint graffiti all been circulating. Yes, it is true
our pools, we continue on with over the tile walls. Cleaning
maintenance of the WPRF up after vandalism and/or
that WPRF is not sponsoring Stressed • Depressed • In Pain
the Halloween Dance this year
facilities. Our goal is to make making repairs when needed (October 2009). This decision Chills, Fever, Sore Throat, Nasal
pulls our staff away from their
your visits to our facilities
assigned tasks and ultimately
was made by the UCO Opera- Congestion, Body Aches, Sciatica,
pleasant, safe and comfortable. tions Committee shortly after
Our staff is at work daily do- costs you, the residents. Please last year’s event. Costuming Head, Neck, Shoulder, Back, Feet Aches
ing those things that are never report any suspicious behavior
to security.
was discussed, including three Frances Post, lac, lmt
noticed when taken care of, but costumes that were brought Acupuncture Physician
are obvious when forgotten. I Our 2009-10 season is just to the Committee as “inap-
getting underway with a won- Cold Laser Therapy, Massage
trust that you find our facili- propriate.” At the time of that
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scheduled a Thanksgiving
Despite our diligence with ment. We would be happy 2009 Dance to replace Hal-
to provide you with regular

Frank Faline
normal, continuing mainte- loween 2009, and that Thanks-
nance, one of our maintenance updates by e-mail to keep giving Dance is scheduled
staff’s most difficult and dis- you abreast of show changes for Saturday, November 21.
heartening tasks is cleaning up as well as provide you with WPRF will be decorating HANDYMAN
after acts of vandalism. During information about upcoming and providing entertainment
shows and performers. If you Windows, Screens, Springs Repaired, Lock, Bulb,
the past two months alone, we for the Thanksgiving Dance
have responded to and cleaned would like to receive these just as we did for Halloween.
Filters, Toilet Seats Replaced, Wall Paper Removed,
up after two separate vandal- email updates, please fill out In addition, attendees will Porch Clean Up
ism incidents, both at the a request form in our Ticket receive table prizes and door No Job Too Big or Too Small
Somerset pool area. Someone Office and your updates will

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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---------------------------------------------------------------------------$15,000
Canterbury F – Beautiful and spotless---------------------------------------------------------------------$26,000 Norwich B – 1st floor, rentable building-----------------------------------------------------------------$19,900
Canterbury K – Washing machine, fans-------------------------------------------------------------------$23,900 Sheffield O – Carpeted, wall a/c unit---------------------------------------------------------------------$15,000
Chatham B – 1st fl, waterview--------------------------------------------------------------------------------$19,500 Sheffield Q – 1st Floor, tiled floor, nicely furnished---------------------------------------------------$18,000
Chatham U – Ground floor location-------------------------------------------------------------------------$19,500 Sussex L – Nicely furnished--------------------------------------------------------------------------------$19,900
Easthampton A – Furnished. Ceiling fans----------------------------------------------------------------$27,000 Windsor Q – 2nd fl, Berber carpet, rentable building------------------------------------------------$26,900
Easthampton I – Furnished. 2nd fl, ceramic tile---------------------------------------------------------$40,000
1 BED / 1.5 BATHS
Andover H – Corner unit, gr. floor---------------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Hastings F – Near health club, washer/dryer----------------------------------------------------------$29,000
Bedford D – Building has lift to 2nd floor-------------------------------------------------------------------$19,900 Kent L – Nicely furnished, well maintained-------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Bedford K – Furniture negotiable----------------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900 Northampton N – Corner unit, canal view--------------------------------------------------------------$34,900
Berkshire B – Lakeview, 1st fl, ceramic tile---------------------------------------------------------------$38,500 Northampton S – Nice unit near Kent pool-------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Camden I – Corner unit. Central a/c.-----------------------------------------------------------------------$28,000 Norwich A – New countertops near East gate---------------------------------------------------------$32,900
Camden I – Corner Unit. Great location.------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Plymouth R – Laminate flooring, new kitchen---------------------------------------------------------$58,900
Canterbury A – Corner, 2nd fl, ceramic tile---------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Sheffield O – Corner unit, 1st floor-----------------------------------------------------------------------$24,900
Canterbury J – Bright corner unit; furn---------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900 Somerset G – Nicely decorated, building has lift-----------------------------------------------------$39,900
Chatham J – 1st floor, furnished condo--------------------------------------------------------------------$34,900 Southampton A – Unfurnished but negotiable--------------------------------------------------------$36,900
Dorchester E – Porch w/door out, rentable---------------------------------------------------------------$21,900 Southampton B – PH, unfurnished, golf view---------------------------------------------------------$18,500
Dover B – 1st floor, lakeview----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$45,000 Sussex A – Nice apartment. Priced to sell!-------------------------------------------------------------$21,900
Dover B – Lakefront, ground floor unit.---------------------------------------------------------------------$69,000 Waltham C – Corner, ceramic tile, CAC-----------------------------------------------------------------$38,500
Dover C – Lakeview, penthouse location------------------------------------------------------------------$34,900 Wellington C – Waterview----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Easthampton C – Corner unit, tile, CAC-------------------------------------------------------------------$32,000 Wellington D – Lakeview-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900
Easthampton I – Corner, 2nd fl, ceramic tile--------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Windsor D – Waterview, ceramic tile, 2nd floor-------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Golf's Edge B – Golf view, 1st floor-------------------------------------------------------------------------$23,900 Windsor L – 1st floor-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$24,900
Golf's Edge B – New kitchen, ceramic tile----------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Windsor M – Motivated seller, clean---------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
Greenbrier B – Nice golf view. Large balcony------------------------------------------------------------$69,900 Windsor R – Beautifully decorated-----------------------------------------------------------------------$29,900
2 BEDS / 1 or 1.5 BATHS
Andover K – Water view, tastefully furn, 1st floor--------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Dorchester A – Corner, ceramic tile, 2nd floor--------------------------------------------------------$34,900
Cambridge B – Corner, quality updates, 2nd floor------------------------------------------------------$55,000 Dorchester D – Corner, near pool------------------------------------------------------------------------$30,000
Camden E – 1st fl, laminate floors, canalview------------------------------------------------------------$54,900 Hastings B – Corner, near health club-------------------------------------------------------------------$38,000
Canterbury A – Corner; Hurricane shutters---------------------------------------------------------------$45,000 Norwich A – Beautifully furnished------------------------------------------------------------------------$39,900
Canterbury G – Nice quiet area w/new a/c - -------------------------------------------------------------$39,900 Norwich B – Corner unit, 2nd fl, ceramic tile-----------------------------------------------------------$34,500
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 Sussex D – Bright corner unit on 1st floor--------------------------------------------------------------$36,500
Chatham O – Corner; laminate floor/carpet---------------------------------------------------------------$38,100 Windsor D – Corner unit with water view---------------------------------------------------------------$65,000
2 BEDS / 2 BATHS
Oxford 400 – Nicely furn, hurricane shutters--------------------------------------------------------------$89,900 Stratford C – Corner, 2nd fl, lakeview, wrap porch---------------------------------------------------$90,000
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

M o r e N AT I O N A L a n d I N T E R N AT I O N A L a d v e r t i s i n g t h a n a n y o t h e r B r o k e r.
To l l - f r e e 1.800.654.2832 or 561.471.9677
w w w . c e n t u r y v i l l a g e . c o m
C e n t u r y V i l l a g e ® Re a l E s t a t e , I n c . B e n G . S c h a c h t e r, L i c e n s e d Re a l E s t a t e B r o k e r. Pr i c e s / I n v e n t o r y s u b j e c t t o c h a n g e w i t h o u t n o t i c e .
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ADVANCED MUFFLER & BRAKE


Classified Ads OF WEST PALM BEACH
Classified ads are printed toilets, $4,000 53" Sony TV, A Full Service Automotive Repair Facility
on a space available basis. sleeps 4 adults, 2 steps to pool,
Ads should be submitted by outdoor bldg pat, laundry & 2774 OKEECHOBEE BLVD., WEST PALM BEACH
the seventh of the month in bus stop, very motiv seller. (Just east of Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.)
which they are to appear. Redu price already by $30,000
Articles must be resubmitted to $50,000; make offers. 845- (561) 684-6882
every month if they are to be 246-4319; 561-687-9324
repeated. Come In and Allow Us to Be Your Friendly,
All Classified ads must be For Rent
on a full sheet of paper (8½ x Trustworthy Neighborhood Mechanic!
11). Scraps of paper will not Dorchester: Sea/ann rental, 1/1
be accepted. upper, fully furn and modernized, • Cooling Systems • Transmission Services
All items submitted must strictly kosher. 212-721-3434 • Air Conditioning • Brakes
include name and address of
• Charging Systems • Exhaust Repair W ING E
TO L
contributor. Name and ad-
• Tune Ups • Shocks & Struts
A I LAB
Northampton S: Very nice • Driveline Service • Oil Changes AV
dress will not be printed; this renov 1/1 condo, you will like • Fuel Induction Service • Tires
All of Our Technicians are ASE Qualified Mechanics
is for our information. The kit & bath, new refrig. Rent
Classified ads are a service only $525/mo; owner will
for UCO members only. refund $100 after approval. FREE SPECIAL 10%
502-4583 Engine Diagnostic Scan $21.95 Oil Change
For Sale With 25 point courtesy check Senior Discount
Most Cars Must Present Coupon Must Present Coupon
Sheffield P: 1-1½, new CT, Must Present Coupon Most Cars - Excludes Synthetic
Greenbrier C: By owner, very Not valid with any other offer Not valid with any other offer Not valid with any other offer
lg 2/2, Fl rm, lux furn, ren Continued on Page 28
CAC + htr, hurr shtr & tile
fls, ceil fans, new appls. Red:
$98,000 negot. 786-473-2682;
561-478-6564

Oxford 200: 2/2, 2nd fl cnr, appl,


contr thru 09, qual kit w/Kraft
Maid cabinetry, Corian ctrtps,
WD, bldg has lift; pet friendly
bldg. Details at buyowner.com
#FTL72151. $59,900. Come
see and make offer; owner
motiv. 314-913-2026

Oxford 500: Lg 2 BR/2 ba,


unfurn, 2nd fl cnr apt, comp
tiled, 7 closets & super lg
porch, next to pvt heated pool
& CH, new CAC, new mast
ba w/shwr. $71,500 negot.
683-6392 or grammypat317@
aol.com

Oxford 500: Short sale: 2nd fl,


2/2, new kit, bas & tile fls, lg
encl pat w/access to pat fr BR
& LR, bldg next to pool, lg
laundry & card rm. $50,000.
645-9909

Sussex B: 1/1, upper balc w/


scenic vw, furn or unfurn.
Make offer. 697-2390

Wellington G: Spectac 2 bed 2


ba, upper fl lksd condo, comp
furn & impec décor, pvt pool
& BBQ area, don’t miss this
one. $79,900. See photos at
lrda.net or call 856-296-6550.

For Rent or Sale

Furn, 1-1½, 2 nd fl, new 23


cubic side by side Whirlpool
fridge, nu Tappan stove, nu
door lock, new roof, clean
& painted, new flrg, new pat
tile, wndos & scrs, 3 fans, cpt
& HW tank 6 yrs old, 2 new
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 23

Stamps in
the News
Syd Kronish

The Big Parade Is Coming Bob Hope, Diana Ross, Sammy


The bands are marching. Davis, Jr., Tony Bennett, Barry
The festive balloons featuring Manilow and Shania Twain.
favorite comic characters are The new quartet of stamps
blowing in the breeze. Nu- dedicated to the Thanksgiving
merous floats showing well- Day Parade are now available
known theatrical performers at your local post office. For
are joining the celebration. further information on first
Yes, it’s the Thanksgiving day covers, you may call
Day Parade seen by millions 1-800-STAMP-24. o
on TV and many thousands of

Call the
cheering bystanders along the
route.
To help hail the fun and
frivolity of the parade through- Rover:
out the nation, the U.S. Postal
Service will issue four attached
stamps, displaying the sites as
502-8103
Remember, call
mentioned above. Illustrated are 911 first for any
marching bands and balloons as emergency, then
well as happy onlookers. call the above
Big parades are held every number to summon
year in many cities in the our security car.
country on the fourth Thurs-
day in November, participat-
ing in the traditional day of
togetherness, when Americans
of all backgrounds sit down
to the holiday dinner and give
thanks for their bounty.
The most famous of Thanks-
giving Day Parades, of course,
is the one sponsored by Macy’s
Department Store in New York
City. For over 75 years, this
store has displayed a tradition
which both celebrates America
on this day and calls for an
upcoming Christmas. Santa
Claus on his sleigh enters the
parade at the end.
The first Macy’s Parade, in
1924, was called “The Macy’s
Christmas Day Parade,” but
in 1927 it was re-named the
Thanksgiving Day Parade.
With many marching bands
from all over the country, it
has also included live ani-
mals, such as camels, goats,
elephants, and donkeys.
The route of the parade
started at 145th Street and trav-
eled almost 5.5 miles to 34th
Street and Herald Square, the
sight of the store.
The parade was cancelled
during World War II, but re-
turned in 1947. In 1948, TV
began its broadcasting of the
event.
Onlookers were happy to
see new balloons each year
with Walt Disney characters.
In the past 77 years, the
parade has attracted a sea of
celebrities. The years have seen
Harpo Marx, Jackie Gleason,
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November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 25

List of UCO Committees & Chairs


As of October 10, 2009
Committee......................................................................Chair
Advisory...................................................... Randall Borchardt
Beautification...................................................... Sandy Cohen
Benches & Signs................................................Haskell Morin
Cable..................................................................... David Israel
CERT...................................................................Jackie Karlan
Channel 63...............................................................Ken Davis
Community Relations....................................... Ted Silverman
Elections........................................................Hershel Sarasohn
Finance............................................................... Dorothy Tetro
Infrastructure.................................................... George Dupley
Insurance...........................................................Dan Gladstone
Investigations.................................................... Louise Gerson
Irrigation.............................................................Sal Bummolo
Lifts............................................................................Irv Small
Maintenance............................................................Jerry Karpf
Ombudsman......................................................... Phil Shapkin
Operations................................................George Loewenstein
Programs & Services..........................................Frank Cornish
Reporter..........................................Irv Lazar/Dot Loewenstein
(Co-Chairs)
Safety...................................George Franklin/Michael Rayber
(Co-Chairs)
Search/Nominating....................................... Roberta Fromkin
Security............................................................ Al McLaughlin

'''''''
Transportation.............................................Claudette LaBonte
Welcome.............................. Haskell Morin/Myron Silverman
(Co-Chairs)

THOMAS FEISTMANN, M.D., P.A.


INTERNAL MEDICINE - CARDIOLOGY
DIPLOMATE OF THE AMERICAN BOARDS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
AND CARDIOLOGY
5405 Okeechobee Blvd.
Suite #306 (3rd Floor) West Palm Beach

Century Village Residents can take


the Shuttle Bus, which stops
at the Okeechobee Blvd. entrance
MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT ACCEPTED
By Appointment Tel: 561-683-8700
Accepting New Patients
Page 26 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

Is Proud to Provide You With


• Fast and accurate service
• Friendly Staff
• Most Insurances accepted
• Same co-pay as the chain pharmacies
• Free Delivery
• Automatic refills available
• Free Consultation
• Free Blood Pressure Monitoring
• Free Fax & Copy Service for our customers
• Large selection of Health & Beauty Aids
• Senior Citizen 10% discount
• Durable Medical Equipment
• Diabetic Supplies
• Blister packaging for facilities
• Compounding

45th St.

Roebuck Rd.
Inside
Palm Gate
Plaza
Post Office
95
Haverhill Rd.

Okeechobee Blvd.

3951 Haverhill Rd. N. #120-121


West Palm Beach, FL. 33417
tel: (561) 616-9000 • fax: (561) 616-9087
email: united3951@gmail.com

Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

“Get more with an independent...”


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get 1 free with any 3 $5 off
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Get a free roll of
paper towel or 4 rolls of
toilet paper with any
Price of the second vitamin must be prescriptions prescription
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This coupon may not be used
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November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 27

Dr. Tomas Rodriguez-Molinet – Gastroenterologist

Dr. Rodriguez-Molinet is Board Certified in


Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology and
is now serving the community of Century
Village. He is fluent in Spanish and Russian.

DR. RODRIGUEZ-MOLINET SPECIALIZES IN:


• Colonoscopy
• Disease of the Colon, Intestine, Liver
and Pancreas
• ERCP
• Gallbladder
• Hemorrhoids

Walk-ins welcome or call for appointment • M–F 8am-5pm

561-697-3131
LOCATED INSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE
110 Century Blvd • 2nd Floor
Free shuttle transportation to Century Medical Care Center and also to
Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Diagnostic Center

Hospital Affiliations: Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center
Page 28 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

Classified Investigations number as proof of your age. $2,500 for a married couple. owners in that building must
Continued from Page 22
By Louise Gerson For buyers and additions to Because of foreclosures of pay for them.
We do investigations for deeds we still need a picture apartments, the Associations Everything here is strictly
HWH, stove & paint, unfurn, sales, rentals, and requests for ID for proof of age, plus proof should be made aware what confidential.
bot fl, empty & ready to move occupants to live with owners of your financial income and income is high enough to meet Welcome back snowbirds!
to. $600/mo. 704-634-0903 and deed transfers. your Social Security number. your monthly obligations for A big thank you to all those
Please keep your Associa- If you are a married couple maintenance and clubhouse who took care of their As-
Waltham D: Rental, one free tions advised when you have with different last names, fees, besides your own day to sociations and kept things
mo, great loc in CV, walk to added names to your deed. please show us a marriage day expenses. together during the summer. o
main CH, gr fl apt, encl pat, A picture ID is needed for license with both names on it. When some owners are not
1 BR, 1½ ba. $595 furn; $550
unfurn; $950 sea; “option to
rentals and occupants along
with your Social Security
The earnings minimum is
$1,750 for a single person or
paying their monthly assess-
ments, then it means all other G G G G G
purchase unit.” 536-8488
Marianne Smith Erwin, Broker-Associate, Keller Williams Realty of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Waltham J: Nr Haverhill gate 2901 PGA Blvd., Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 • email: msmith720@aol.com • website: www.kw.com
& main CH, 1 BR, 1 ba, encl Looking to Buy or Sell? Call the “Condo Specialist” for Century Village!
pat. $525 mo; $900 sea. 817-
313-3579 Everything I List Turns to “Sold”
Inventory Needed NOW For This Season • The Most Professional Service with Proven Results!
Miscellaneous FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT
Chatham M 2/1.5, 1st fl cnr, Northampton L, 2/1.5, 1st fl cnr, Northampton L, 2/1.5, 1st
Selling out entire jewelry spec lkvw fr all wndos & encl tiled, cptg, updated kits, baths, new
collection, over 4,000 pieces, pat, comp tiled, remod & updat- central AC, great gdnvw, close to fl cnr, tiled, cptg, updated
90% off: rings, necklaces, ed, furn, mint cond swmg pools, fully furn. $38,000 kits, baths, new central AC,
braces, brooches, etc, both New Price: $49,900 Waltham G 1/1, 1st fl, good great gdnvw, close to swmg
new & vintage costume jew- Windsor S 1/1.5, 1st fl cnr, fab, cond w/newer cptg, HWH,
elry, also sterling rings & nr W-gate, all tile thruout, up- pools, fully furn.
refrig, fr dr, AC unit lovely
pendants. Nov 14, Expo Flea dated kit, CAC, lovely furn, rent- gdnvw, park outside your door $500/mo ann or $850/ann
Market, Booth #270. 640- able, mint cond $18,900 Sheffield J, 2/1.5, 2nd fl
5443 New Price: $35,000
Sheffield O 1/1.5, 2nd fl cnr,
Sheffield A 1/1, 1st fl unit in outside cnr, immac, nuer
wtrfr bldg, clean, updated kit/ cptg, nu tile, furn, gdnvu,
Can somebody patient teach gorg unit, mint cond, updated
bath, fully furn, close to Syna-
a really dense geezer how to cptg, baths, kit, elec, plbg, step-in
gogue & fit ctr, wtrvw fr LR, gr walk to Fit Ctr & Synagogue
adjust rim brakes and gearshift shwr, CAC, sec balc, spec gdnvw, $1,100/mo sea
unfurn but furn negot $25,900 pr for unit $18,900
on a lightweight 10-speed
bicycle? Please call Dave,
mornings. 712-0693 o
Call Today to List with a Proven Professional!
I Have Buyers Calling to Buy Everyday! Phone 561-371-3311
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 29

Organization News up members; Nov 15, Italian 0481; Rose, 683-1564. Century Village Computer join, renew your membership,
lunch & entertainment; Dec Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu, or register for free hands-on
Amit Rishona Chapter: 17, BBQ and boat trip on the Canadian Club: Meets 4 th Nov-Apr (1st Thu only rest classes.
Come to our monthly meet- Jungle Queen; Jan 17, mys- Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00 of year), 1:00 pm in Class
ing on Tue, Nov 20, at 1:00 tery bus trip; Feb 21, annual pm. Membership open to all. Room 103, and incl 30 min Century Village Gun Club:
pm (collation at 12 noon). luncheon/dance; Mar 16-18, Lots of great activities. Betty, Q&A, biz portion, presenta- Meets 2nd Tue, 7:00 pm, Class-
Other coming events: Dec 12, 3 day/2 nite trip to Key West. 684-0766; Franne, 478-9526; tion, 50/50 and door prizes. room B. You don’t have to
Arrive by 12:15 if you wish to Continued on Page 31
luncheon and games at CV CH Elayne, 688-8151; Steve, 242- Madelaine, 684-5595.
(Bess, 478-0735); Jan 13, 2-5
pm, Israeli film at the CH (El-
lie, 471-4935); Mar 7, ann din-
ner at Aitz Chaim (call Bess).

Congregation Anshei
Sholom Adult Education
Congregation Anshei Sho-
lom will have two adult edu-
cation courses beginning in
November.
Sara Farkas, an Israeli na-
tive and member of the con-
gregation, will lead a course in
conversational Hebrew. Sara is
an accomplished teacher.
Those members of the con-
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 adminis-
trator and college professor.
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-

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 30 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

Call 561-401-8704 561-340-1980 Fax
susanwolfman.com • #1  REMAX  @  Century  Village • wolfieremax@aol.com

GROUND FLOOR 1 BEDROOM / 1 BATH furnished and rentable............................................44,900


CAMDEN I Across from pool, patio on greenway. SOMERSET B two-slash-two, stunning, lakeview, all
rentable...................................................................16,900 upgrades.................................................................79,900
COVENTRY E Pet friendly, Central a/c all tile, stall UPPER 2 BEDROOM / 2 BATH
shower, new appl’s.................................................22,500 NORWICH O Walk to eastgate from lovely furnished
EASTHAMPTON A Clean & bright from gate...25,000 condo, nice view....................................................28,500
BERKSHIRE F Great loc, patio on garden, nice.18,500 SHEFFIELD M Corner, great opportunity, just
UPPER FLOOR 1 BEDROOM/1 BATH footsteps to healthclub...........................................29,900
SHEFFIELD K Oak kitchen, new A/C & flg.......19,900 NORWICH D Exquisite tile, hurricane shutters,
CAMBRIDGE A Dog friendly, rentable, friendly furnished, walk to gate...........................................39,900
association..............................................................19,500 2 BEDROOM/2 BATH
WINDSOR H Beauty, all redone, tile, new a/c’s & GOLF’S EDGE B Ground fl, park at your door, walk to
more.......................................................................19,900 CH, new kitch & baths, HR shtrs...........................54,900
GROUND FLOOR 1 BEDROOM / 1 ½ BATH
WINDSOR H CORNER, New kitchen & baths, patio
SOLD
OXFORD 100 Furnished, oversized on water, excellent
price, furnished......................................................39,900
on garden, walk to pool..........................................26,900 OXFORD 100 All tile, new Trane air conditioner
UPPER FLOOR 1 BEDROOM 1 ½ BATH waterfront, lovely unit............................................39,900
WELLINGTON A Next to pool on cul-de-sac, great SOMERSET Ground on the lake, completely and
exposure.................................................................27,500 tastefully remodeled...............................................79,900
SALISBURY C Walk to gate and clubhouse, priced to ELEVATOR 2/2’s
sell..........................................................................19,900 WELLINGTON F Tile, long lake vws, pristine..54,900
SOLD
COVENTRY E Pet friendly, clean and bright......24,900 GREENBRIER C All new kitchen & baths, new a/c &
DOVER C Gorgeous views of lake, great location, appl, part furn.........................................................79,000
SOLD
elevator...................................................................34,900 WELLINGTON E Pristine updated lakefront
ANDOVER H Cnr, tile new bath, on preserve.....29,900 condominium.........................................................55,900
GOLF’S EDGE F Pristine, freshly painted lovely view, GREENBRIER C Lovely golf views, elevator and
great price...............................................................26,900 Pool, furnished nicely............................................49,900
EASTHAMPTON E Corner, rentable central a/c Walk WELLINGTON D Waterview, tile, great assn.....49,900
to eastgate...............................................................19,900

RENTS!
ANDOVER C Gorgeous new kitchen & baths, stunning
unit, all done for you..............................................39,900
SHEFFIELD L Walk to Hastings, furn, great
opportunity.............................................................19,900
BEDFORD F Corner, new a/c, carpet freshly painted, CAMBRIDGE A Corner 2 1/5 clean, move in ready............................... 550
NORWICH D 2/1.5 2nd fl. furnished, pristine cond................................ 550
walk to club............................................................29,900 CANTERBURY I 1/1 2nd fl laminate fl, like new clean as a whistle...... 490
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
GROUND FLOOR 2 BEDROOM/1 ½ BATH SUSSEX B Corner 2/1,5 ground fl, furnished, tile.................................... 550
CHATHAM U CORNER, great location, hurricane SHEFFIELD A CORNER, waterfront walk to Hastings club.................. 650
protection...............................................................32,500 ANDOVER D 2nd fl, corner, central AC, furnished................................. 550
WELLINGTON A elev, oversized, poolside............................................ 600
SOLD
KENT A Waterfront beauty, across from pool, This one
won’t last................................................................32,500 MANY MORE, SEASONAL TOO!
ANDOVER L Water front with tile completely
Happy Thanksgiving Century Village!
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 31

Organization News at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00 our volunteer work helpful and B. We are a group who enjoy cruise on the NCL Dawn incl
Continued from Page 29 pm. If you need a partner, rewarding and welcome new singing at various nursing round-trip bus trans to Miami
own a weapon. Everything is call Mimi, 697-2710, leave members. Dorothy, 478-6521. homes. We’re looking for new and 6 exotic ports of call
free. This fall, we have a great message. members, so if you enjoy mu- (Sylvia, 686-5350; Marlene,
lineup of speakers. We were Knights of Pythias: You are sic, contact GiGi at 689-6092; 684-8357).
sponsored by Humana Insur- Evangelical Christian Net- invited to join Palm Beach the feeling of giving joy to
ance for free range time at the working Club: Meets 1 Fri, Rainbow Lodge #203, meet others is so rewarding. OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal-
st

Gator Gun Center on Sep 9. 6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH. 2 and 4 Mon at North Coun-
nd th
Seniors): Come to our meets
Ladies are invited. George, We share relevant info among ty Senior Center, Northlake Na’Amat USA (Pioneer every 2nd Mon, 3:00 pm, Party
471-9929. ourselves and with our com- Blvd. We welcome new mem- Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00 Room; see what we have planned.
munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve, bers, duals, reinstatements and pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi-
Century Village Orchestra: 389-5300. transferees from out of state. torium for mini-lunch and WOW: All welcome to the
We practice every Mon, 1:15- We are a fraternal brotherhood interesting programs, guests following: Nov 19, trip to
3:45, in the CH, Room C (Oct GiGi’s Group: Monthly trip fostering the credo of friend- are always welcome. For info, Bayside (Miami), incl boat
26-Mar 20). We play 3 con- to the Mardi Gras Casino. Jan ship, charity, benevolence. call Rhoda, 478-8559. Coming ride, bus; Dec 4, card party,
certs each year. We welcome cruise to the Caribbean. Con- Mike, 615-0218. events: Nov 10, card party links at Madison Green, lunch
all pros and amateurs who en- tact GiGi at 689-6092. at Bellante’s (Florence, 683- and cash prizes; Dec 10, trip
joy playing with a group. We Merry Minstrels: Meet Thu, 8453; Rhoda, 473-8559); Dec to Flagler Museum, high tea
would like to add a conductor, Greater Philadelphia Club: 10:00-11:00 am, Music Room 4-13, special 9 nite Caribbean Continued on Page 32
more violins, violas, cellos, Elaine, 615-6697.
bass, bassoons and percus-
sion players to our orchestra. Hadassah, Judith Epstein
Rickie, 683-0869. Chapter at CVWPB: Meets 3rd
Wed at 11:45 am for mini-lunch,
Century Village Symphony 12:30 meeting at Cong Anshei
Orchestra Annual Concert: Sholom. Suzanne, 686-4241.
We will perform The Poet
and Peasant Overture, Con- Holocaust Survivors of the
certino for Piano in A Minor, Palm Beaches: Meet 2 Wed,
nd

The Russian Sailors’ Dance, 9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom.


El Relicario, And the Angels Our first meet of the season
Sing, New World Symphony will be Oct 14, then Nov 11.
(4th Movement) and selections On Sun, Dec 20, we are hav-
from The Phantom of the Op- ing our Chanukah Party, a
era and My Fair Lady on Thu, kosher meal and dancing. We
Mar 13, 8:00 pm at the CH return to regular meets on Jan
Theatre. Tickets are on sale 14 and Feb 11. In Mar, it’s a
now at the ticket office. Purim Party. In Apr, it’s Yom-
Hashoa. Kathy, 689-0393.
Christian Club: We meet 1st
Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of Irish-American Cultural
CH. Bowling every Mon, 9:30 Club of CV: Meets 1 Tue in
st

am, Verdes Tropicana, starting CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For info,
Nov 9. Other events: Dec 4, call Robert, 917-704-0223.
Christmas dinner dance, bring
an unwrapped toy; Feb 14, Italian-American Culture
Valentine dinner dance (both at Club: Bowling at Verdes Lanes
Mary Immaculate Hall). Rose, starting Sat, Oct 31, 9:00. Join
MILITARY BRAKE & ALIGNMENT
641-0014; Grace, 640-5279. your friends for a morning of
fun. Fran, 616-3314. 24 Years In Business And Still Growing!
Congregation Anshei Sho- Let Me Prove It!
Jewish War Veterans Post
VILLAGE

lom Sisterhood: We are hold- Bruce Jacobs, Owner And Opera- 12th ST
MILITARY TRAIL

BLVD

ing the following activities: #501: Meets 1 Sun, An-


st
CHEVRON
tor, Will Personally Check Your
Nov 4, luncheon and card par- shei Sholom. Breakfast at COMMUNITY DR.
9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets Car’s Problem And Explain In
ty at Bellante’s, Okeechobee PBL
Blvd and Haverhill Rd, now from Sep to May with guest Detail The Work Which Needs To OKEECHOBEE
BLV
D

you can play your favorite speakers. Activities include Be Done. At Military Brake And
games, you do not need to be servicing VA patients. Ralph, Alignment, You Always Talk With 4449 - 12th Street
a member to attend (Anita, 689-1271; Howard, 478-2780. The Owner. “It’s The Way I’ve Done West Palm Beach

684-1323
688-2767; Rae, 478-3221); Business Since 1985. It’s The Only
Nov 15, arts and crafts show Jewish War Veterans Post
Way I Know How.” BRUCE JACOBS - OWNER
and flea market at the temple #520: Meets 4 Sun at Elks
th FL Reg. #MV-00045
with many vendors and lunch, Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Con-
free admission. tinental breakfast at 9:00,
• COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE •
followed by general meeting.
Deborah Hospital Founda- Come as our guest and see Wheel Alignment Disc or Drum Brake
tion: Meets 2nd Fri every other what we’re all about! Walt,
mo in CH Party Room, 11:00 478-6521; Phil, 686-2086. Special Special
Install new brake pads or shoes, resurface
am. Next meet Dec 11. Call Adjust caster & camber, set toe in front rotors or drums, repack inner and outer
Bea 688-9478, Claire 684-5659, Jewish War Veterans Ladies
& out, road test car. Front wheel front wheel bearings, inspect calipers or wheel
Marge 687-3991 for info on Auxiliary Post #520: Meets cylinders, fill master cylinder and road test
our special Holland America 3 Mon at The Classic. A
rd drive, foreign cars, Corvettes, car. Front wheel drive, foreign cars, Corvettes,
Westerdam Southern Caribbean continental breakfast is served pick-ups, and vans slightly high- pick-ups, and vans slightly higher. Metalic pads
Cruise Jan 24-31; call Michele at 9:00 am, followed by our

89
er.

59
extra where necessary.
561-914-8659 or 800-741-9429
to reserve a cabin.
meeting. Our efforts
creating welcome kits for the
go to
$ 95 $ 95
veterans at the VA Center at
Duplicate Bridge at Hast- Military Trail and various po- W/Coupon Only At Time Of Service Valid W/Coupon Only W/Coupon Only At Time Of Service Valid W/Coupon Only

ings Clubhouse: Every Mon sitions at the Center. We find


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WPRF Meet Your people from the building startled with a rusty-barred breast and a Organization News
Continued from Page 20 her and she flew to the landing of small conical bill. They are not Continued from Page 31
mittee has recently voted to
Neighbors the stairs, where she remained the quite as large as a crow. The lunch and docent tour. Lenore,
By Jean Dowling rest of the day. My husband, who larger of the hawks, I have not 683-4166; Marjorie, 687-3991.
reinstate the Halloween Dance
There are many species of had raised pigeons in his youth, been able to identify yet. He
effective with October 2010
birds residing in Century Vil- said that she was a female, had is about twice the size of the Yiddish Advanced Reading
Halloween. It was impossible
lage, but the ones in our yards probably just gotten away from Coopers Hawk and very dark Group: Menke Katz Reading
to add the dance to this year’s
are probably the most familiar. someone and was not able to fly with a very large wingspread. Circle invites readers to join
schedule (2009) because of
It seems that the doves are the well. Each day she continued to In addition to the doves, group headed by Troim Han-
pre-existing contractual obli-
most prevalent, but there are come back to feed and took up we have the raucous voices of dler. Currently reading Night by
gations with entertainers and
two types that frequent the Vil- with the Ringed Turtle Doves the Blue Jay to start the day Elie Wiesel in Yiddish. Meet-
budgetary limitations result-
lage. The first, and most com- which I thought was a nice, safe demanding peanuts, which one ings are twice a month in private
ing from the Committee’s
mon, is the Mourning Dove, group for her. However, as soon hides in the windshield wiper homes. Troim, 684-8686.
decision. However, this year
so named for the mournful as she was worldly enough to area of my car for a “rainy
Halloween falls on a Saturday,
cry they make. They are the be a little more independent, the day.” Blue Jays must have Yiddish Culture Chorus: 50
which is a regular dance night
smaller of the two types and little hussy was seen on a wire some redeemable qualities to members, men and women.
— free of charge you may
a brown/gray color. The other over Okeechobee cavorting with make up for the noise they Leader is Shelley K. Tenzer.
attend the dance in whatever
type is the Ringed Turtle Dove. a bunch of street pigeons! I guess make so that is why they are Knowledge of Yiddish not
costume you choose, deco-
These are larger, lighter in color you do the best for them, but some a beautiful bird. They sport a necessary. Edy, 687-4255.
rate your own table and bring
and have a black ring around wind up in the streets anyway. crest; have a black neck band
whatever food and drink you
their necks. Their habitat is The Dove population has and a blue back, tail and wings. Yiddish Vinkl: An informal
and your guests would enjoy.
limited to a few Florida cities. been depleted largely lately as They have white spots on group of Yiddish lovers who
WPRF looks forward to once
Recently, as I was bringing we have two hawks who regu- wings and tail and a dull gray gather to speak, hear and sing
again sponsoring the Hallow-
plants from the car, I heard a larly dine on dove meat. One is underbelly. If they are given the language, this group is
een dance in 2010.
fluttering near me. Thinking I a Coopers Hawk, who swoops nuts with a shell, they will sit under the guidance of Edy
Effective October 1st, WPRF
had startled a dove, I turned to down fast and grabs lunch on on a branch with the nut held Sharon. Meetings are held 1st
has implemented a more dili-
see a beautiful white pigeon land the run. This hawk is smaller between the feet and hammer it and 3rd Sun from 1:30 to 3:00
gent check of the facilities
near me and walk toward me. than the other, and has lovely with their beaks until it is open. pm year-round. For info, call
to ensure that all guests are GS-16654 Robotics Ad CVR:Layout 1 10/7/09 5:16 PM Page 1
She continued toward me until markings. The back is dark Enjoy your world. o Edy, 687-4255. o
authorized to use the facilities.
You will find new signage add-
ed to the Clubhouse grounds
to alert those attempting to
bypass security and go directly
R O B O T I C S U R G E R Y:

Less pain. Faster recovery.


to the pool areas that they will
be required to show proper
WPRF IDs. This measure
has been taken to ensure that
you, the residents who pay the
maintenance fees to maintain
the facilities, are not also pay-
ing for your neighbor’s friends
and relatives who bear no part
of the cost of maintaining Get back to your life, faster.
these facilities. So please be
sure that you have your WPRF
ID card with you at all times
when enjoying the use of our
facilities, since you will be
Introducing the newest da Vinci SI HD Robotic Surgical System – with 3D HD vision.
® ™

subject to random ID checks.


Some of our residents have
been making photocopies of This amazing technology is designed
their WPRF ID cards and at- to offer surgeons greater precision, control
tempting to use these copies
and access to hard-to-reach areas, allowing Pinpoint accuracy for greater
to gain admittance through the precision in surgeries.
gates and/or to WPRF facili- extremely complex operations to be
ties. Whenever a photocopied performed through just a few small incisions.
ID is presented, our guards
Now, minimally invasive techniques can be
are instructed to confiscate
that photocopy and return it used for procedures whose complexity Surgeons perform minimally
to our ID office. WPRF then once demanded traditional surgery.
invasive surgery for less pain
maintains a record of those and trauma to the body.

who have chosen to use their Benefits may include:


own photocopied ID card(s)
• Small incisions
as part of that resident’s per-
manent record. I strongly urge • Less pain Cardiothoracic Surgery
every resident to refrain from • Faster recovery General Surgery
this practice, and simply pres-
ent the WPRF-issued ID card • Less scarring Gynecology Surgery
when requested to do so. • Faster return to normal activities Urology/Prostate Surgery
As we look forward to
the coming winter holidays,
please remember to be kind to For more information or to find a doctor
one another and go about your specializing in Robotic Surgery, call
days in a spirit of peace. These
past months have been replete
with random acts of aggres-
877.91.ROBOT
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Office: 561-804-9603 • Fax: 561-228-6216
2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 107, WPB, FL 33411
Directions to Office: Okeechobee Blvd. W., over the turnpike to Vista Parkway. Turn right
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Have Monthly Issues of the UCO Reporter Delivered to ANNUAL RENTALS
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
Your Building (16 to 24 units) for $30 (6 months prepaid) CAMDEN B UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL $475
WINDSOR I FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE $475
••• WINDSOR D FURNISHED, CARPET, LIFT, WEST GATE, WATERVIEW $650
Rebuild Your Recycling Bin Holders (with 3 Foot Anchors) BERKSHIRE
SUSSEX I
FURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEAR WEST GATE
FURNISHED, PERGO FLOORS, QUIET AREA, VERY CLEAN
$550
$525
So They Won’t Blow Away, $90 (Area Discounts Available) DORCHESTER A UNFURN, CARPET, NEAR FITNESS CENTER, SCREENED PATIO $550
WINDSOR K PT. FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW REFRIG AND DISHWASHER $500

Call Haskell at 683-1540


CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $475
CHATHAM P FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW BATH $525
WINDSOR B FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $500
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
SALISBURY G FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDENVIEW, 2 A/C UNITS $550
NORTHAMPTON L FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $575
KENT G FURNISHED, NEW CARPET, NEAR POOL, NICE LOCATION $600
SUSSEX A FURN. UNFURN. NEW BR, CT, WALK IN SHOWER, NEW KIT COUNTERTOP $550

Condo for Sale


NORTHAMPTON G FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDENVEIW, 24 HOUR SECURITY $495
SUSSEX D FURNISHED, CARPET, PRISTINE CONDITION, FRESH PAINT $500
KINGSWOOD A FURNISHED, CARPET, SCREENED PATIO $550
NORWICH I UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WALL UNITS, WELL KEPT $550
CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW APPLIANCES $550
NORTHAMPTON R FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR POOL AND WEST GATE $550
Biggest 1 bedroom, 1½ bath in Prestigeous Oxford CAMDEN B FURNISHED, CARPET, LAKE VIEW, NEWER APPLIANCES $500
Colony. Size of a 2 bedroom. Ground floor. All SHEFFIELD F FURNISHED, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $525
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH
upgrades: Designer Kitchen and Baths, W&D in unit, WELLINGTON L UNFURN, REDONE, PERGO FLOORS, SHOWER STALL NEW APPL $600
newer AC and Water Heater, 18" x 18" Custom Tiles, SUSSEX A UNFURNISHED, REDONE, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $600
EASTHAMPTON G FULLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $650
all Maytag appliances. Must see... SOUTHAMPTON B FURN, CARPET, LARGE PATIO, NEAR POOL $500
Call Joyce (Owner-Realtor) SOUTHAMPTON A FURNISHED, CARPET, DEVELOPMENT HAS OWN POOL $550
EASTHAMPTON D FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $700
561-478-0504 t 954-540-5475 HASTINGS B
NORWICH H
FURN/UNFURN, PERGO FLOORS, GARDENVIEW
UPGRADES GALORE!! CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED
$575
$550
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
CAMDEN L FURNISHED, CARPET, TILE, SHOWER STALL, NEAR WEST GATE $500
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
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
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
CHATHAM D UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, CENTRAL AIR $600
STRATFORD J FULLY FURN CERAMIC TILE, 2 BATHS, BEAUTY $800
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1/1.5 BATH
COVENTRY G FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, C/A NEW KITCHEN, IMMACULATE $600
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
DORCHESTER B PARTLY FURN, CARPET, LINOLEUM, 5 CEILING FANS, NEW A/C $600
COVENTRY H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $650
GOLFS EDGE F FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GOLFVIEW $700
NORWICH H UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $700
CHATHAM D FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW KITCHEN $650
CAMBRIDGE D FURNISHED, CARPET, DISHWASHER $525
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
NORTHAMPTON N FURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, CENTRAL AIR $600
CHATHAM K NEWLY REDONE, FURNISHED, COVERED PATIO $725
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
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, EX STORAGE, NEAR POOL $480
NORWICH F FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER $600
WINDSOR J FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTY $750
NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW $575
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
SEASONAL
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 WATER VIEW ,CERAMIC TILE,LARGE PATIO $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
SHEFFIELD J NR HASTING FITNESS, CARPET, PRESTINE CONDITION $1,200
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5  BATH
COVENTRY E PARTLY FURNISHED, 6 MONTHS ONLY, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $1,100
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
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
BERKSHIRE D CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE AND POOL $950
WINDSOR D CARPET, WATERVIEW, CLOSE TO WEST GATE $950
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
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
CANTERBURY F CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, CLEAN SEASONAL $1,000
DOVER B BEAUTY, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $1,150
CAMDEN H WOOD FLOORS, NEAR WEST GATE, NR POOL $1,100
SHEFFIELD N CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, VERY CLEAN, NEAR FITNESS CENTER $1,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
CAMDEN B CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEWER APPLIANCES, NEAR WEST GATE $1,125
SHEFFIELD F NEAR HASTING FITNESS CENTER, CLEAN AND FRESH $950
CAMDEN G CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, SCREENED PATIO $1,200
SALISBURY G CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION $1,125
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
CHATHAM H CARPET, LINOLEUM, WATERVIEW $1,200
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Office: 561-804-9603 • Fax: 561-228-6216
2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 107, WPB, FL 33411
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UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH CANTERBURY H - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE $24,000
KENT H - FURNISHED, CARPET, NEWER APPLS, A/C AND CPT $39,000 CAMDEN C - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, BEAUTIFUL $22,000
COVENTRY E - PARTLY FURN, CT, CARPET, CA $30,000 WINDSOR N - FURNISHED, BEAUTY, NEAR WEST GATE $31,000
CANTERBURY C - NEW FURN, CT, NEW APPLIANCES $34,900 DORCHESTER E - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE AFTER 1 YEAR $23,000
CHATHAM D - BEAUTIFULLY FURN, LOTS OF LIGHT, WV, C/A $29,000 CANTERBURY K - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADES $15,000
SUSSEX B - FURN, CARPET, RENTABLE, NU HTR, REFRIG., A/C $45,000 SUSSEX C - FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, REDONE $19,900
DORCHESTER D - FURNISHED, PARQUET FLOORS, NEAR POOL $35,000 WINDSOR D - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, NEAR WEST GATE $29,900
GOLFS EDGE E - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, ENCL. PATIO $38,000 CAMDEN J - NEW BATHROOM UTILITIES, NEW WATER HEATER $19,900
BEDFORD E - UNFURNISHED, LIFT!!!, CARPET, LOTS OF LIGHT $27,000 COVENTRY E - NEW FURNITURE, CENTRAL A/C, PET FRIENDLY $24,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
NORWICH F - UNFURNISHED, TOTALLY RENOVATED, CT $28,000 DORCHESTER B - PARTLY FURN, 5 CEILING FANS NEW C/A CARPET, LINOLEUM $33,000
BEDFORD G - WOOD FLS, UNFURN., NEW VANITIES & TOILETS $25,000 CAMBRIDGE D - FURNISHED, CARPET, STALL SHOWER, GARDEN VIEW $32,000
CAMDEN L - FURN, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE, SHOWER STALL $31,000 CHATHAM A - PARTLY FURN, NEWER KITCH, CARPET/VINYL, WTRVW $41,900
BERKSHIRE B - UPGRADES GALORE! SHOWER STALL, CT, H20 VW $43,000 EASTHAMPTON G - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, TILE, NEAR WEST GATE $39,500
NORWICH M - FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED, CARPET, EAST GATE $25,000 GREENBRIER B - UNFURN, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEWER APPLS $55,000
NORWICH O - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR EAST GATE $40,000 SALISBURY F - NEW KITCHEN, FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $43,000
SUSSEX A - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $29,900 WELLINGTON G - UNFURN, NEW CARPET,NEW KITCHEN, NEW A/C $49,000
SHEFFIELD M - SWEET AND COZY, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $30,000 GOLFS EDGE F - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CORNER UNIT $55,000
WINDSOR M - FURNISHED, CENTRAL AC, GARDEN VIEW, RENT TO OWN $49,000 CAMBRIDGE E - CARPET, PARTLY FURN,CA, GARDEN VIEW $43,000
CAMBRIDGE G - LOTS OF UPGRADES!! CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL $15,900 COVENTRY K - WALK-IN-SHOWER, PET FRIENDLY, FURNISHED $49,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH CAMDEN E - FURNITURE NEG, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $42,000
CAMDEN E - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS $19,000 BEDFORD H - FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $38,000
COVENTRY L - PART FURN, CPT, SHOWER STALL 2 A/C UNITS, NEW APPLS $18,000 NORWICH H - BEAUTY, RENTABLE, BEST OFFER $40,000
DOVER A - ENCLOSED PATIO, TENNANT IN PLACE, WATERVIEW $60,000 CAMBRIDGE H - STUNNING! FURNISHED, NEW HURRICANE WINDOWS $69,900
DOVER A - CARPET, NEW REF. HURRICAN SHUTTER, LINOLEUM, FURN. $38,000 WALTHAM I - PARTLY FURNISHED, LOTS OF LIGHT, NEW A/C, EAST GATE $33,000
GOLFS EDGE B - HANDYMAN SPECIAL, NEAR EAST GATE $28,500 HASTINGS B - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, LIFT, LIGHT AND BRIGHT $37,000
DOVER B - WATERVIEW, BEAUTY, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $65,000 WALTHAM A - FURNISHED, RENTABLE, NEAR AMENITIES $68,000
CAMDEN E - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE $32,000 NORWICH L - FURNISHED, RENTABLE, GREAT LOCATION $69,000
WINDSOR N - BEAUTY, NEAR POOL AND WEST GATE $37,000 SHEFFIELD O - CERAMIC TILE, PRETTY, GARDEN VIEW $75,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
SALISBURY D - CARPET, FURN-NEG, LIFT INCLUDED, WALK TO EAST GATE $25,000 SOMERSET A - UNFURN., PERGO FLOORS, 2 BATHS, HURRICANE SHUTTERS STAINLESS
SOUTHAMPTON A CERAMIC TILE, FURN - NEG, NEW KITCHEN, SCRD PATIO $28,000 STEEL APPLIANCES, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL AND TENNIS COURTS $79,900
WELLINGTON L - UNFURNISHED, PERGO FLS, SHOWER STALL, NEWER APPL. $45,000 NORTHAMPTON N - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, SHOWER STALL, WATERVIEW $45,000
STRATFORD I - PARTLY FURN, CT, COMPLETELY RENOVATED, LAKEVIEW $45,000 COVENTRY F - FURNISHED, CARP, PET FRIENDLY, RENTABLE, NEAR FIT CTR $35,000
SOUTHAMPTON B - FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $24,000 WINDSOR D - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $45,000
SOUTHAMPTON C - NEWER CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED $25,000 NORWICH L - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE $44,500
PLYMOUTH F - FURNISHED, CARPET, NOT RENTABLE, DRIVE UP TO $18,500 SOMERSET D - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, REDONE, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS $99,900
DOVER C UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, BERBER CARPET $35,000 PLYMOUTH K - CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADES GALORE!! BEAUTY, 2 BATHS $179,500
GREENBRIER A - UNFURNISHED, NEW REFRIGERATOR, GOLF VIEW $35,000 NORWICH J - FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE, GREAT PRICE!!! $28,000
CHATHAM U - HEART OF COMMUNITY, 6 MONTHS FREE MAINTENANCE $35,000 COVENTRY E - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, PETS OK, NEAR CH $42,000
GREENBRIER A - PARTLY FURNISHED, ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS $79,900 KENT D - NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE $75,000
GOLFS EDGE G - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE BEAUTY $35,000 UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1/1.5 OR 2 BATH
DOVER C - CENTRAL AIR, ELEVATOR BLDG, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $29,000 COVENTRY A - CARPET, TILE, PARTLY FURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW $25,000
EASTHAMPTON D - LOVELY FURNISHED CONDO, NEAR EAST GATE $30,000 SALISBURY H - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, 1 BATH, WALL UNITS, RENTABLE $29,000
WELLINGTON F - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING $46,000 CANTERBURY G - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEWER APPL $33,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH STRATFORD M - HURR WDOS, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, UNFURN, CHAIR LIFT $44,000
WINDSOR E - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, DISHWASHER, RENTABLE $16,000 HASTINGS D - NEW KITCHEN, NEW BATH, STEP IN SHOWER $39,000
KENT C - FURN, WATERVIEW, CERAMIC TILE, UPDATED BATH NEWER APPLS $29,900 WELLINGTON L - UNFURNISHED, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS, BAMBOO FLOORS $95,000
NORWICH I - PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET/LINOLEUM, NEAR EAST GATE $12,000 WALTHAM B - FURNISHED, CARPET, RENTABLE, NEAR EAST GATE $39,000
ANDOVER E - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE GARDEN VIEW $15,000 BEDFORD H - PARTLY FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, STORM SHUTTERS $40,000
ANDOVER D - PARTLY FURNISHED, FITNESS CENTER $15,900 WELLINGTON J - FURN, GRAN TOPS, 2 BATHS, WD FLS, OWNER HOLD MORT $125,000
WINDSOR F - FURNISHED, WALK IN SHOWER, ENCLOSED PATIO $18,000 SUSSEX E - UNFURNISHED, UPGRADES, CERAMIC TILE $52,000
NORTHAMPTON S - BEAUTIFUL, CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADES GALORE $28,000 OXFORD 100 - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, STEPS TO POOL, 2 BATHS $49,999
CANTERBURY H - WOW! 50 IN TV, CERAMIC TILE IN KITCHEN AND DINING $25,000 GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
CHATHAM S - FURNISHED, BEAUTIFUL WATERVIEW $20,000 NORWICH I - PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $20,000
CHATHAM K - UNFURNISHED, RENTABLE, VERY NICE AREA, LAKE VIEW $20,000 STRATFORD A - CERAMIC TILE, 2 NEW BATHS, HUR SHUT $53,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH WELLINGTON E - FURNISHED, NEW A/C CARPET, CT, 2 BATHS $50,000
SUSSEX I - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEW A/C $31,500 CHATHAM D - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, RENTABLE $58,000
CAMDEN J - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, 2 A/C UNITS, CEILING FANS $13,000 OXFORD 200 - FURN., CERAMIC TILE, NEW KIT PET FRIENDLY 2 BATHS $65,000
BERKSHIRE J - FURN., CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, HW FLRS, NOT RENTABLE $16,500 NORWICH H - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, UPGRADES $65,000
KENT B - UNFURN, SHOWER STALL, BR REDONE, CARPET/CERAMIC TILE $30,000 HASTINGS C - CERAMIC TILE, ACROSS FROM HASTINGS POOL!!! $39,000
WINDSOR K - PT FURNISHED, NEW REFRIG AND DISHWASHER $21,000 NORTHAMPTON H - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, RENTABLE $39,000
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Numbers
CROSSTOWN PLAZA
2885 N. Military Trail, Suite J
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
689-0303
Conveniently Located Near Publix on Century Village Bus Route
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• Diabetic Foot Care

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• Diabetic Shoes Dispensed in Office
• Fungal or Ingrown Nail Problems
• Heel or Arch Pain

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The World of Bagel Restaurant and More Broadway Musical Wordhunt


Answers on Page 43
Nature Breakfast Special
By Edythe Pekin 2 Eggs & Oatmeal or Grits or Home Fries + Bagel
I attended the Green Expo or Toast + Coffee or Tea — Only $3.75
at PBCC, LW on October 3.
Found some interesting items. Lunchtime Special
Were you ever a Girl Salami, Tongue, Lox, Nova, Corned Beef,
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Jupiter) is gathering alumni Coffee or Tea Free with Each Special
names for the 100th year cel- Open 7 Days a Week, 5:30am-2pm • 561-688-9590
ebration. Please contact Mary 5770 Okeechobee Blvd., WPB, FL 33417
Ann Paris at 427-0188 or
mparis@gssef.org.
Audubon Birding Walks,
Nov. 14; McArthur Beach
I’m cleaning apartments • Aida • Hair
• Annie • Hairspray
SP, Nov. 16; Okeeheelee Park in your neighborhood • Applause • Hello Dolly
Nature Center, Nov. 21; Lox​ • Avenue Q • Jersey Boys
and can do yours. • Boy From Oz • Kismet
ahatchee NWR, please call • Cabaret • Legally Blonde
588-698 or 655-9779 or write Call me for my old- • Camelot • Lion King
audubon@auduboneverglades. fashioned personal service. • Cats • Mary Poppins
org for details. • Chess • Music Man
• Dreamgirls • Nine
Sierra Club Hike, Nov. 14, Not an agency. • Evita • Oliver
Ocean to Lake Trail — Donna • Fosse • Raisin
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— Ron Haines, 561-315-0528, • Grease • The Wiz
Contact leader for details. • Gypsy • Two by Two
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Nov 4, 11, 18, 25 10 a.m.,  LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) Assurance Management
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Okeeheelee Park Nature  HHA (Home Health Aid)
Center — 233-1400. Science organization, by developing
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We offer a competitive Salary and members, by hiring qualified employees
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“WE CARE” HOMECARE SERVICES


All UCO, Special and
Town Hall Meetings ap-
pear at 56 minutes past Skilled Nursing Visits
the hour until 6 minutes License Nurse Assistant
after the next hour. CONTACT US AT: Home Health Aid
Odd Hours show An-
nouncements and Classes. Tel: 561-767-4355 Home Maker
Personal Care Service Provider
Even Hours show Clubs
and Organizations. 561-880-0131 In Home Day Care
The recorded Delegate
Assembly will be shown
Fax (877) 883-4509 Sleep In
for five days at 9:00 am Companion
and 6:00 pm. Errands
All requests for your truecare@tcpfla.com
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November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 41

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Vivian Carta-Sanchez, ARNP Dr. Tomas Rodriguez-Molinet Dr. Sandra Sanchez


Geriatrics/Internal Medicine Gastroenterology General Surgery

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Se acepta el Medicare y la mayoría de los seguros
Se ofrece transportación gratis dentro de Century Village

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Page 42 THE UCO REPORTER November 2009

Hastings Fitness Class Schedule


Effective: November-April
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

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

Weight Training Aerobics With Weights Weight Training Aerobics With Weights Weight Training
9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:45 am 9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:45 am 9:25-10:00 am

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

Hatha Yoga Hatha Yoga Hatha Yoga


10:00-11:00 am 10:00-11:00 am 10:00-11:00 am

Resistance Pool Exercise Resistance Pool Exercise


10:45-11:30 am 10:45-11:30 am

Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch


12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm

Consultation Self Defense (Paid Class) Consultation


1:30-2:00 pm 1:25-2:00 pm 1:30-2:00 pm

Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Administrative/
2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm Office Duties

Free Exercise Classes Provided at Hastings Fitness Center by Zhanetta Babayeva

Tai-Chi Classes by Jerry Ziffer


Class Registration at the Main Clubhouse Class Office
All Classes Are Subject to Change and/or Modification
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 43

Answer to Puzzle from Page 40


A Good Handyman Save the Date
Reliable, Dependable and Affordable
The UCO Installation Luncheon is sched-
No Job Too Big or Small !!!
uled for Sunday, March 14, 2010 at the
Home Repairs Including:
Marriott Hotel in West Palm Beach. This is
A/C - Electrical - Plumbing - Tile -
a good time to notify your Association so
Quality Work - Reasonble Rates - Prompt Service
that they may put the price of your tickets
Call for FREE Estimates in their 2010 budget.
We will be installing a new UCO President,
Steve 561-722-6087 Vice Presidents, Treasurer, Corresponding
Secretary, and Recording Secretary. The
Executive Board will be installed too.
A delicious brunch will be served as well

Lady Buyer as music for dancing.


The good news is that we have been able
will pay the best prices for your antiques — to keep the cost per person to $35. More
sets of china — costume jewelry — real jew- information will follow as we get closer to
elry — sterling — figurines — colored glass 2010.
— paintings — perfume bottles — men’s old Mary Patrick Benton, Chair
watches — old evening purses — prints —
sconces — pairs of lamps
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• Light Housekeeping • Home Health Aides
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• Shopping • Companions
471-9647 • Homemakers
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Thank You,
Syd Kronish
From the Desk of I would very much like to Kurt’s
thank you for being our guest
Commissioner speaker at our September 28th Opinions
Jeff Koons meeting. I would like to com- Kurt Weiss
mend you on the presenta-
tion you gave. Your veteran’s
service and knowledge of the
Chanukah stamp. A.W.O.L. hassee and Washington would
Tri-Rail: A Model for general road maintenance. You had the attention of all decide to continually ignore
In the September 4th meeting
Central Florida Like us, Orlando needs the meetings of the body to
of us, also very interested with of the Delegate Assembly, 178
You’ve heard the expres- a dedicated funding source which they were elected.
your becoming a columnist Associations were A.W.O.L.
sion, “there’s strength in for rail, such as a two dollar The October meeting of the
and your interest in sports. (Absent without Leave). This
numbers.” Well, that’s the surcharge on rental vehicles, Delegate Assembly is one of
The naming of all the Jewish is almost sixty Associations of
approach I’m taking in trying something our county lobby- the most important, when the
baseball players that you inter- Century Village.
to persuade state lawmakers to ists and I have been touting in 2010 Budget was decided.
viewed came to mind. Quite a This is not a new phenome-
approve a dedicated funding Tallahassee for several years. If your Association or your
non. We are kidding ourselves
source for our commuter rail Although Tri-Rail continues to lot of them.
when we declare that this Vil- delegates are again A.W.O.L.,
system, Tri-Rail. Recently, set ridership records, it can’t I am sure you felt very you will have to forego the
lage is run democratically and
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer function on fares alone. Palm comfortable with the response we the owners or our represen- right to complain and the plea-
paid us visit. He is chairman Beach County is subsidizing you received with the ques- sure to criticize.
tatives make the decisions.
of the Central Florida Region- Tri-Rail to the tune of $6.7 tions too. This is not something that
Bear in mind that even the
al Transportation Authority, million this year and $4.3 mil- Again from the JWV Post can be changed by an edict. It
forty percent of Associations
which is planning to launch lion next year. Unfortunately, #520 and myself, a Big is something that is up to you
who participate in Delegate As-
its own 61-mile commuter rail it’s easy for lawmakers to say and the understanding — or
Thank You. sembly meetings are not always
system, SunRail, in 2011. no to providing state dollars lack thereof — that this Vil-
Samuel Rosen represented by all their delegates.
As chairman of the South for a “local” service far re- lage in which you live requires
Sr. Vice Commander I wonder how you would
Florida Regional Transporta- moved from the state capital. your active participation in the
Jewish War Veterans react if your elected represen-
tion Authority, I was more But suppose it becomes a re- decision making process. o
Post #520 tatives and senators in Talla-
than happy to give Mayor gional request: South Florida
Dyer a transit tour so he could plus metro Orlando, along
see for himself what makes with maybe Tampa and Jack-
Tri-Rail so successful. This sonville — four major met-
was my fourth tour in the past ropolitan areas that represent
month with elected officials more than half the state’s pop-
interested in expanding their ulation. Those are the kinds of
transit services. We spent the numbers that get lawmakers’
day meeting with legislators attention.
and business leaders discuss- I firmly believe that regional
ing everything from the need transportation systems are the
for a dedicated funding source, future of urban public transit.
to coordinating support of the We can no longer do it on a
federal government, to receiv- city-by-city or county-by-
ing stimulus funds for Amtrak county basis. SunRail officials
and high-speed rail throughout were very impressed with how
the Eastern Seaboard and efficiently Tri-Rail moves
Central Florida, as well as commuters between Miami
reviewing unresolved issues and Mangonia Park, approxi-
relating to last year’s filed state mately the same distance they
legislation. are planning with SunRail.
A cohesive rail network is Several said they appreciated
essential for future growth and our sharing some of the pitfalls
development in Florida. Ap- they should expect as they get
proving some type of dedicat- up and running.
ed funding source will result I am looking forward to
in the creation of hundreds of a great working relationship
thousands of jobs in construc- with Mayor Dyer and the
tion, transit operations and transportation officials of Or-
other ancillary businesses that ange County, as we help move
will benefit from the growth Florida toward becoming a
of transit. Most importantly, more transit-friendly state.
linkage of rail systems will We’ll be traveling together
take more vehicles off our con- with similar messages, going
gested roads, making Florida through the same permitting
a cleaner, greener place. process to receive federal
Palm Beach County con- dollars, maybe even buying
tinues to demonstrate its com- insurance together at a cheaper
mitment to support public rate. The time is right for this
transportation. Out of the $44 type of partnership. We have
million of gas taxes we antici- an administration in Washing-
pate collecting in 2009, $30.5 ton that recognizes the value
million (69%) is going to mass of public transportation, and
transit, with $13.5 million if we pool our lobbying re-
going to the Road Program, sources effectively, there are
which, in addition to road con- unprecedented opportunities
struction includes pathways, for expanded rail intercon-
street lights, beautification and nectivity. o
November 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 45

Well, Are They?


The site amiannoying.com
ranks celebrities, public fig-
Community ures and weighs them as to This & That
whether they’re annoying.
Relations Among their pronouncements:
Dr. Marilyn
Ted Silverman They were the “Fab Four” Ducati
of the 60s: John, Paul, George,
Ringo — the Beatles! Why
they’re annoying: They were
together for less than ten years. I just finished reading Be- time approaching, most of our
We are on schedule for the I am happy to report that Why they’re not: Their Ameri-
Roberto of Robert’s Painting trayal: The Life and Lies of boys and girls will come home!
Dessert Buffet honoring our can debut was among the high-
and Pressure Cleaning gave Bernie Madoff by Andrew Without writing anything po-
Centenarians on October 29, est rated shows of all time.
us a $50 check in support of Kirtzman. litical (Irv Lazar will censor
2010, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Jessica Simpson, famous
this function. Harry Freedman, Wow! I couldn’t put it down. me), let’s pray our politicians
Party Room at the Clubhouse. for her pants (she wore Daisy
Community Relations Officer It had me wondering how we make the right decisions.
The party will be a success Dukes in the movie The Dukes
for Walgreens Pharmacy will know the people surround- Seen a good movie lately?
because of commitments by of Hazzard), her singing, and
attend our party and give ing us, and our relationships May I suggest Eccentricities of
committee members Leslie Dar- her shoes ($50 at department
each Centenarian a gift from with them. In Madoff’s world, a Blonde Haired Girl? No! It’s
rigan, Phyllis Frishberg, Jackie stores). Why she’s annoying:
Walgreens. Greg, manager of money was the key to happi- not about me. It’s a recession-
Karlan, Betty Lapidus, Eileen After claiming to not know the
the Publix Supermarket, Com- ness. I’m pretty sure that if we age fable which revolves around
Pearlman, Myrna Schecter, difference between tuna and
munity Drive, has given us a asked Century Villagers what love, work and family pres-
Maria Levy and Lori Torres. poultry, the company behind
$100 Publix Gift Card. He has they would rather have—lots sures, it’s worthwhile to watch.
Leslie Darrigan sends a Chicken of the Sea hired her
informed me that when Myrna of money or good health—they My next topic at This & That
Happy Birthday Card from as a spokesmodel. Why she’s
Schecter and Jackie Karlan go would choose the latter. will be loneliness. Meeting oth-
UCO Community Relations not: Because she’s hot.
to the store to purchase fresh Ah! It’s the end of sum- er people with similar problems
to each Centenarian. Jackie Now in its 20 th season,
cut fruit, he will give it to them mer — how nice — weather should have a healing effect. I
Karlan and Lori Torres re- NBC’s Law and Order lays
at the sale price, whether or not cooling and snowbirds and say that not as a therapist, but
ceived a $50 contribution down the law by way of its
it is on sale. snowflakes returning, which a woman who has spent many
from Seacrest Services. Eileen internal order of police investi-
Century Village is a very means our choices of clubs hours of loneliness.
Pearlman has been working gation followed by courtroom
fortunate community, fortu- and activities have expanded, I found by sharing, you are
with State Representative prosecution. Why it’s annoy-
nate to have an active and such as my discussion group with many others who find
Mark Pafford relative to local ing: Stories are “ripped from
charitable business commu- “This and That” the last two their lives impacted with the
media and press coverage of the headlines.” Why it’s not: It
nity who contribute to our 100 Thursdays of every month. So, pain of loneliness, we are far
our Dessert Buffet. spun off two additional shows.
plus celebration. o let us hope that with holiday from unique. o

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SPECIAL Excursion Bus Trips


Excursion Buses run Mondays & Wednesdays, every month.
The Reader’s
Corner
NOTICE The Monday bus normally goes to Wellington Green at 9:30 a.m.
and returns at 1:15 p.m. This same bus makes a second trip at 10:30
a.m. to Wal-Mart, returning at 2:10 p.m.
Lenore Velcoff To all Presidents,
EXCEPTION: The 2nd Monday trip is to Lake Worth Beach,
Board Members and Unit leaving at 9:30 a.m. and returning by 2:30 p.m. This is a big bus
Owners: holding 48 passengers. The November trip is on November 9th.
There has been a rash of
Loving Frank by Nancy destroyed because she acts like The Wednesday bus normally goes to CityPlace at 10 a.m. and
ads, notices and cards continues on to Gardens Mall, arriving about 10:30 a.m. This bus
Horan is a beautifully written an “unnatural mother.”
novel based on the true story Horan brings attention to
being placed on our leaves the Gardens Mall at 1:30 p.m. and picks up at CityPlace
about 2 p.m.
of the noted architect Frank Mamah the woman, the wife, bulletin boards from
Lloyd Wright and Mamah the mother, the intellectual, unlicensed contractors EXCEPTION: The 4th Wednesday trip is to Delray on November
Borthwick Cheny. the feminist and, of course, advertising their 25th, leaving at 9:30 a.m. and returning by 2:30 p.m. The destination
This book has something is the Carnival Flea Market, and Beall’s Outlet is within walking
the lover and adulterer. Cheny services. distance.
for everyone — a romance, is a strong willed woman and Remember! Never hire
a history of architecture and Horan spends most of the story any contractor, This 48 passenger bus is usually full, so it makes sense to arrive
a philosophical debate on the trying to justify her actions.  She between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. to be sure of getting a seat.
electrician, or any
role of women in the early does not sugar coat the damage
twentieth century. It also pro- Mamah’s decisions made about
handyman without
vides glorious descriptions of her relationship with her chil- first seeing their
art and the culture of the time.
It is the story of the ill-fated
dren, her sister and her friends.
The conversations the author
license and a copy
of their insurance.
v v v v v v
affair which started in Oak invents between Mamah and Remember, unlicensed
Park, Illinois in 1907 and lead Frank, as between all of the people, who do plumbing
to several cities in Europe and
then back to Wisconsin, to
“Taliesin,” the home Wright
built for Mamah. Horan sticks
characters, can hardly be actual
but she makes them believable.
Additionally, this book adds a
human dimension to Wright, the
or electrical work
without a permit, could
cause floods or fires
Mayflower’s Produce Market
closely to the facts that she great American architect that and other problems New-Fresh Produce Market in Lake Park
gathered from old newspapers, you won’t find in history books. in your building. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
letters and from Mamah’s diary. I found this novel to be an You will be held We Deliver Daily to Your Home
She relates how the couple is engrossing and compassionate responsible for
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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: October 1, 2009


Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Dover 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Somerset 8:04 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
Camden 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 i 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
Windsor 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 v 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 e 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 r 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
s
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
Kingswood 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 L 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Hastings Fitness Center 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 u 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27
Medical Plaza 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 n 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
c
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30
h
1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' 6:35 7:35 8:35
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner 6:45 7:45 8:45
Internal Bus Route #2
Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Plymouth 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Sheffield E 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Chatham 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 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
i
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
v
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
L
Sheffield 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 u
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 Plaza 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 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner
Please Note: On Sundays Only the #2 Bus will do a loop around the perimeter drive after going through Coventry.
Internal Bus Route #3
Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Bedford B 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
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
Bedford C 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 i 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 v 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 e 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
r
Norwich 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
s
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
Easthampton 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 L 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Hastings Fitness Center 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 u 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27
Medical Plaza 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 n 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
c
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 h
1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner

Please Note: 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.

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
i
Humana 9:10 10:10 11:10
v
1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10
Walmart Supermarket
Century Plaza
9:16
9:22
10:16
10:22
11:16
11:22
e
r
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
s
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
u
1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29
Village ID When Boarding ALL
n
Perimeter Drive On Request c
h
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
v
Church 9:20 10:17 11:14
e
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
L ** and Christmas Day.
Post Office Drop off / Pick Up Tuesday & Thursday Only 2:35 3:35
u
Morse Home Pickup n 1:40
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 c 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45
h
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
D 1:00 2:00 3:00 Chase Bank On Request
Walgreens 9:04 10:04 11:04 r 1:04 2:04 3:04 Wellington Mall 10:05 AM 1:15 PM
i
Pine Trail Square 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 Home Depot On Request
v
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 Excursion Bus *Wednesday* (Excludes the 4th Wednesday)
s
Publix 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM Pick Up Times
Chase Bank On Request L On Request City Place 10:05 AM 2:00 PM
u
Perimeter Drive 9:38 10:38 11:38 n 1:38 2:38 3:38 Gardens Mall 10:35 AM 1:30 PM
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 c 1:48 2:48 3:48 Return Clubhouse 2:30 PM
h
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
D
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
i
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09
v
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 e 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14
r pm) and to the Carnival Flea
Church 9:20 10:20 11:17 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17
Palm Beach Mall 11:28
s
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 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 Wednesday(Leaves 9:35 am - Picks Up
u
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
h
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48
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CLUBHOUSE MOVIES
HOWIE’S THE SOLOIST (PG-13 • 117 min)

l y
Jamie Foxx, Robert Downey Jr.
Security
Al McLaughlin Fr i e n d Life has a mind of its own. A Los Angeles journalist befriends
a homeless Julliard trained musician while looking for a new
article for the paper.
Mon, 10/26, 6:45 pm; Tue, 10/27, 1:45 pm; Thu, 10/29, 6:45 pm;
Sun, 11/01, 1:45 pm; Mon, 11/02, 6:45 pm

CAR THE READER (R • 124 min)


Ralph Fiennes, Jeannette Hain, Kate Winslet

On October 1, 2009, new only allows one car at a time, SERVICE Unlock the mystery. Post-WWII Germany: Nearly a decade
after his affair with an older woman came to a mysterious end,
law student Michael Berg re-encounters his former lover as
signs were installed at the • New owners not remem-
to and from
she defends herself in a war-crime trial.
swimming pools of the Club- bering how to use the tran- Tue, 11/03, 1:45 pm; Thu, 11/05, 6:45 pm; Sun, 11/08, 1:45 pm;
house telling everyone that sponder lane and the “must Mon, 11/09, 6:45 pm; Tue, 11/10, 1:45 pm
ID will be necessary at all stop” rule.
We had the 365 people that
Airport, EVERY LITTLE STEP (PG-13 • 96 min)
WPRF pools and facilities.
Doctors and
Marvin Hamlisch, Donna McKechnie
This is not a new rule; just a were unable to enter the Vil- The journey of “A Chorus Line.” Follows the plight of real-life

Shopping
reminder of the rule that has lage on their first try because dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway
revival of “A Chorus Line.” Also investigates the history of the
been in existence since the the resident did not call them show and the creative minds behind the original and current
pools were built. The guards in (including one by me!). incarnations.
have been asked to check IDs Please call in all guests and Call Thu, 11/12, 6:45 pm; Sun, 11/15, 1:45 pm; Mon, 11/16, 6:45 pm;
Wed, 11/19, 1:45 pm
and will ask you to show your service people (ie: A/C repair)
ID or leave the area. because the time delay you 309-9994 THE PROPOSAL (PG-13 • 108 min)
In an effort to find out why cause can hurt you and those Sandra Bullock, Mary Steenburgen, Craig T. Nelson,
Betty White
so many people break the tran- in following vehicles waiting
Here comes the bribe. A pushy boss forces her young
sponder gates, we found: to get in.

(
assistant to marry her in order to keep her Visa status in the
• Tailgating (following too Finally, we all have our U.S. and avoid deportation to Canada.
close to another car), name on a separate badge now Sun, 11/22, 1:45 pm; Mon, 11/23, 6:45 pm; Tue, 11/24, 1:45 pm;
Sun, 11/29, 1:45 pm; Mon, 11/30, 6:45 pm
• A nonresident driving a and I would be very happy to
resident’s borrowed car and hear some of the nice things (TO BE CONTINUED NEXT MONTH)
claiming that they did not that the guards do for you.
NO ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED
know that the gate computer Please, feel free to call me. o

Jerry Karpf Bob Marshall


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