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April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB)


Volume 29, No. 4 April 2010
See recent back issues at century-village-wpb.blogspot.com

New CV Leaders UCO Election Results


Are Installed **********
From the Desk By Syd Kronish
It’s a new day for Century Candidates for President
of President Village!! (The First One Was Elected)
David Israel A new administration has • Dave Israel........................................................................145
been elected and a festive • Dan Gladstone..................................................................143
luncheon was held March 14th
at the Marriott Hotel in West
**********
Palm Beach to install the in- Candidates for Vice President
Thank you for electing me the goal of placing people on coming men and women who
as your President, I will restore
(The First Two Were Elected)
our committees based on their will be the leaders of UCO for • Frank Cornish...................................................................144
your confidence in UCO; what resumes of life experience, the coming year. • Sal Bummolo....................................................................128
I must say to you all is that rather than on friendships and Mary Patrick Benton, chair- • Phyllis Richland................................................................113
whatever our differences, my social interactions. I herewith person for the event, welcomed • Jerry Karpf........................................................................105
UCO Administration is here call for any person who may the assemblage and introduced • Dot Loewenstein.................................................................51
for all of the Residents of wish to volunteer for one or Commissioner Jeff Koons,
Century Village; whether you more of our Committees to who gave the invocation. **********
voted for me or for my op-
ponent. In other words, while
submit a short resume that is in
consonance with the functions
Outgoing President George Candidates for Treasurer
Loewenstein thanked the more (The First One Was Elected)
expecting no honeymoon of the committee upon which than 250 attendees and re-
period, I do expect that those • Dorothy Tetro...................................................................180
they wish to serve. marked that it had been his
with good will and good ideas • Ed Black.............................................................................93
UCO Reporter distinct honor and pleasure to
will coalesce for the mutual We will reshape the UCO serve as President for the past **********
benefit of all. Reporter to serve our unit
Healing owners needs. There will be
four years and wished incom- Candidates for Executive Board
ing President David Israel the
Let us set out an agenda of a more enlightened editorial (The First Ten Were Elected for Two Years)
best as he assumes the leader-
healing and well considered policy; the era of arbitrarily • Randall Borchardt.............................................................202
ship together with his new
change; let us consider what rejecting articles simply be- • George Franklin................................................................163
Vice Presidents, Officers and
must be done. For a number cause they do not comport • David Bernstein................................................................161
Board.
of complex reasons; as yet not with UCO policy will be over. • Claudette LaBonte............................................................161
State Attorney Michael
fully known, some of our senior There will be an increased • Lori Torres........................................................................159
McAuliffe discharged the
residents are out of their homes; distance between UCO and • Joe Saponaro.....................................................................155
outgoing officers and asked
some for many months. First the UCO Reporter as regards • Louise Gerson...................................................................153
that they stand up and be rec-
of all my priorities, is that they control of content; I am a strict • Jeanette Veglia..................................................................147
ognized. Then he installed the
must be returned to their homes constructionist as regards • Haskell Morin...................................................................147
incoming officers and board.
in the most expeditious manner Freedom of the Press and • Roberta Fromkin...............................................................145
Special presentations were
possible; this is a very complex the rights of our residents to given to outgoing Vice Presi- (The Second Ten Were Elected for One Year)
task. I am pleased to report that express themselves. Again I dent Jerry Karpf and President • Jackie Karlan....................................................................142
there are dedicated and skilled herewith call for those with George Loewenstein. Another • Barbara Cornish................................................................142
unit owners who are vigorously Newspaper experience in any very special presentation was • Honey Sager.....................................................................141
investigating this entire affair; field; Reporters, Investigative given to Betty Lapidus, who • Ted Silverman...................................................................138
I will dedicate all resources Reporters, Columnists, Edi- was retiring as Recording Sec- • Dom Guarnagia................................................................136
of UCO that can be lawfully tors, Compositing and Layout, retary after 27 years of faithful • Howie Silver.....................................................................132
directed to enabling this group Fact Checking; to submit a service. • Syd Kronish......................................................................127
to accomplish this task. short resume reflecting such Following these presenta- • Myron Silverman..............................................................123
Committees and Volunteers experience. tions, new President David Is- • Sandy Cohen.....................................................................122
Next, or more accurately si- • Carol Castro......................................................................121
multaneously, the Committee
system will be examined; with
Continued on Page 3 Continued on Page 4 **********
• Marie Oliver.....................................................................116
• Olga Wolkenstein.............................................................111
• Kurt Weiss........................................................................108
• Bettie Bleckman...............................................................106
• Michael Rayber................................................................103
• Phil Shapkin........................................................................96
• Eileen Pearlman..................................................................83
• Sarah Farkas.......................................................................76
• Suzanne Byrnes..................................................................67

Delegate Meeting
UCO Officers taking the oath of office. UCO President David Israel.
Fri, Apr 9, 9:30 am, Clubhouse Theatre
Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER April 2010

Retraction
Acting on the legal advice from UCO’s attorney, Rod Tennyson, P.A., the article which con-
tains self-help remedies for Associations appeared in the March issue of the UCO Reporter,
At the Delegate Page 3, center column, entitled “Is SB 780 Unconstitutional,” is hereby retracted as follows:
Assembly
“... There are remedies that the Associations can institute to avoid problems later,
Betty Lapidus such as:
• Accept only fully invested buyers, no mortgages.
• Increase reserves by assessing new owners a one-time Abandonment/Foreclosure
fee. ...”
March 5, 2010 a violation, it must be cor-
Two hundred and fifty-five rected before a permit can be His written response, in part, reads as follows:
Delegates were signed in. issued. Many of these viola- “... the article is clearly giving legal advice to Associations which in my opinion is
George Franklin led the tions were electrical, having bad advice. I do not believe Associations have the authority to reject all mortgage
Pledge of Allegiance. to do with fans and some finance sales. And I do not believe Associations have the authority to assess only new
Minutes were accepted as plumbing. owners a Foreclosure fee. ....”
presented. Randall Borchardt dis-
Treasurer’s Report was ac- cussed the proposed UCO The UCO Reporter, under advice from our attorney, hereby prints this
cepted. Bylaw amendments which retraction of that article, and further asserts that such article is not UCO’s
President Loewenstein in- were attached to the agenda. opinion.
troduced the guests invited to Changes appeared the in the
attend the meeting: Paulette UCO Reporter and were voted
Burdick, who is running for on. After Q&A discussion, the Valentine’s Dance
County Commissioner; Sara, changes were passed with one By Claudette LaBonte
from the State’s Attorney negative vote. Yes, you can dress a man and did they ever look suave. This may be a little late to write
General’s office, who will There was lengthy discus- about the Valentine Dance held on Saturday, February 13 at the Clubhouse. The Party Room
be replacing Mr. Edmonson sion regarding the CV Blog was adorned with white tablecloths with contrasting red centerpieces and napkins and ceiling
some date in the future; Chuck being the official site for decorations which together lit up the room.
Knudsen from Plastridge In- information in the Village. Music was provided by Peter Dino and the dance floor was jamming. We swung, we cuddled
surance was introduced. Many opinions regarding and we rocked but most of all everyone looked great. Happy and glowing faces circled the dance
Mr. Knudsen discussed bias, freedom of speech, and floor. The best part was that the dancing never stopped. Peter Dino took no breaks because the
some changes regarding the open discussion were ad- crowd was such a pleasure.
insurance coverage in the dressed. Honey Sager pro- So kudos to all of you who were entertained and in turn entertained us, the volunteers. You
Village. He will be visiting posed a motion to be voted on made it fun for all us also.
different associations as re- by the assembly which was: We are looking forward to seeing you next year. By the way, thank you for all your good
quested and each association Motion: I make a motion to wishes to Joe and me on our sixth anniversary, which we celebrated at the dance. o
will be getting an individual cancel the current Century
set of policies. Regarding Village Blog and replace it
claims, the agency has a full with an official Century Vil-
time employee, Kathy Edge, lage website to be used for
630-4955, who works on our informational purposes only
claims. He discussed the pre- and to display the amenities
mium situation, etc. of Century Village to resi-
President Loewenstein dents and potential buyers.
then thanked the delegates The vote was 112 for a new
for voting for him and al- website and 45 for the Blog.
lowing him to serve them The motion was carried and
for the last four years. He the Blog is no longer the of-
discussed some insurance ficial Century Village site.
issues. He discussed the Committee reports were
closing of the Okeechobee attached. Some not included
transponder gate, which was were the possibility of using
caused by a sink hole under the buses to take residents
the visitor’s gate which threw to cultural affairs in the sur-
off the transponder arm. Re- rounding areas, the invitation
pairs should be completed of some Centenarians to the
by Monday-Tuesday at the Installation Luncheon and re-
latest. He also discussed the minders about Investigations
hold up in getting permits to and Maintenance committees.
repair damaged apartments. Good & Welfare: No dis-
If an apartment is found with cussion. o

Comcast Training Notice


By Dave Israel
There will be a training session conducted by
Comcast as follows:
Date: March 24, 2010
Day: Wednesday
Time: 9am-4pm
Class schedule:
• 9am-10am
• 11am-12 noon
• 1pm-3pm
• 3pm-4pm
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

At the Library
By Chuck Waugh
The Book Thief at
Okeechobee Branch
Frankly Speaking: Library Security
Vice President The Book Thief by Markus
Al McLaughlin
Frank J. Cornish Zusak has been selected as the
book to read in 2010. Every
two years, one book is se-
lected by Palm Beach County
residents to read together.
I would like to take this continued support of my efforts. The countywide reading cam- It is now my pleasure to sin- in device. Forms must be
opportunity to thank each and Along with my fellow Of- paign, Read Together Palm cerely thank all the people that completed, a Board vote and
every Association for their ficers, both newly elected, re- Beach County: One Book, have made my time as Chair procedure completed, but it
participation in this year’s elected and carry over, headed One Community, was first of Security so satisfying. The can be done. (*: See below.)
election, and to those who did by our former Vice President, held in 2002. In the past, last few years have passed fast At our monthly meeting, we
not, now is the time to begin and now elected President Da- thousands of people have and I am proud of the accom- have representatives from the
preparation by selecting two vid Israel, we will take every participated by reading “the plishments the Security Com- PBSO, the State of Florida,
people (one regular and one opportunity to enrich the daily book,” joining book discus- mittee and Security Company UCO officers and our own
alternate) to represent your in- lives of our residents, by utiliz- sion groups and attending spe- has made. We have reduced CAM to advise us of other
terests, here in our community, ing all of the resources, avail- cial Read Together events. The our expenses by combining condominiums that have had
at not only the next election, able, within the Village and off Okeechobee Branch Library the Clubhouse guards with similar problems, and they
but year round — remem- campus (Dave’s expression). will be hosting two Read To- the gate guards, reduced the suggested methods for im-
ber, the Delegate Assembly Being a diverse community, gether book discussions about number of broken gate arms, provement. These suggestions
monthly meetings are your life we are privileged to have indi- The Book Thief. If you have instituted an annual gate pass and advisories have been
line — use it or lose it! viduals from all walks of life not been to your local public and approved a procedure to very important to the Security
While on the subject of elec- and I will continue, along with library in a while, make it a enable buildings to allow some Committee; they give us infor-
tions, I am honored to once my fellow officers, to encour- point to visit during the 2010 cell phone use, and more. mation about problems in our
more represent our residents, age them to come forward, of- Read Together Palm Beach When we placed speed area of the county that require
and wish I could thank each fer their services, be it advice County campaign. You’ll be bumps at the transponder gate, us to watch our property more
Association’s President, their or hands on, regardless of their glad that you did! some people were unhappy. As carefully at times. Please ac-
residents personally, for their previous affiliations. o The Okeechobee Boulevard a result of speed bumps, Stop cept my thanks.
Branch Library is located next Sign, and a sign reminding us Most important in this secu-
to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours that the gate is for a “Single rity equation is the good work
From Pres. Israel Executive Board is a crucible
Continued from Front Page are: Monday, Tuesday, and Vehicle Only,” we have re- of our Weiser Security staff,
Seasonal Volunteers in which new talent may be duced the number of times Major Jeff, the Captains, the
introduced to UCO service. I Wednesday from 10:00 a.m.
This call for Committee to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Fri- that the gate was broken and Officers, and the guards. They
members extends fully to our myself started my first period traffic was slowed while they exhibit a great attitude. Resi-
of UCO service due to my day and Saturday from 10:00
seasonal residents, the era of a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Village repaired the gate. dents have called to give me a
disenfranchising 50% of our being appointed to the Execu- You can buy one $13.00 pass guard’s name and tell me the
tive Board by President Bob residents, including seasonal
unit owners is over! Those residents, are eligible for a free (per person for 12 months) for good things a guard has done.
who have applied before and Marshall. So, I will indeed a family member so that they I even get calls just telling
seek prospective thinkers to library card with proper I.D.
have been arbitrarily rejected, Visit the library today! only need to show the guard me how nice “the young lady
please try again. come to UCO service in an their driver’s license and they (or man)” was to greet them
important position. April Programs:
UCO Office Services • Thu, April 1, 2:30 p.m.: can enter the Village. One of when they enter. This informa-
My Administration will Better Communication and the last things done is that tion I turn over to the Weiser
Finances Beginning Computers
deconstruct and rebuild the • Mon, April 5, 6:00 p.m.: there is an approved method Company and they frequently
operation of the UCO of- Finally, at least for this ar- for a building (Condo Associa- honor their employee.
ticle, is the matter of how I in- Creole Computer Class
fice; we will work to provide • Tue, April 6, 6:30 p.m.: tion), allowing them limited Thanks for being there
Transponders on-demand. Do tend to communicate with you, use of a cell phone as a call with us. o
our unit owners. There are four Read Together Book Dis-
you need a copy of the UCO cussion
Reporter, just ask. We will channels of communication
that I consider critical; they are • Wed, April 7, 2:30 p.m.: in residence.
look at a “one stop shopping”
The UCO Reporter, Channel Movie (114 min, Not Rated) * The Big Cell • Notification must be given
approach to all forms of passes
and ID cards; wherein we 63, the unofficial Internet Site • Thu, April 8, 2:30 p.m.: E- Phone Question to every Unit Owner (best
known as the Century Village mail Basics is in writing) advising of
will work with WPRF, Inc. to
BLOG, and the channel con- • Mon, April 12, 6:00 p.m.: Resolved this vote and new policy.
achieve issuance of all passes Creole Computer Class by E. Brown per UCO Office
and IDs and even Transpon- necting UCO to WPRF, Inc. Residents must also be
• Tue, April 13, 2:30 p.m.: The procedure approved at
ders in one place. The matter My philosophy is to provide advised that the first viola-
Beginning MS Word the last Security Meeting for
of any rudeness in UCO will ever expanding transparency; tion of this procedure will
• Wed, April 14, 3:30 p.m.: Call-In System Cell Phones
be examined; but remember, as regards Activities, Projects be cause to remove that cell
Family Origami is that each Association may
pleasant interaction is a two and most importantly the ex- phone number, used for
• Thu, April 15, 2:30 p.m.: take action as follows:
way street. Buildings that wish penditure of unit owner funds. call-in for the unit, from the
Mousing Around  S.O.P. for Use of Cell
to enable cellular phone call in UCO is a key component in Security list.
• Fri, April 16, 10:30 a.m.: Phones to Call-In System
of guests will be encouraged to the advisory governance of the A letter must be written to
Read Together Book Dis- January 2010
do so without a lot of adminis- small city known as Century UCO confirming that these
cussion Considering the fact that the
trative filtering. My intention Village, West Palm Beach. things have been accom-
• Wed, April 21, 2:30 p.m.: Associations are responsible
is that UCO says yes as often The aggregate cash flow of plished. The letter must be
Movie (124 min, Rated G) for their guest policy, UCO
as possible in support of our UCO operations and WPRF, signed by two Board Officers
• Thu, April 22, 2:30 p.m.: has established the following
residents needs. Inc., another key component, and the Association Seal must
Browser Basics  procedures necessary to allow
Executive Board exceeds $15 million yearly. be affixed.
• Wed, April 28, 2:30 p.m.: Cell Phone use when calling in
During my campaign, I I shall ensure that every unit Please bring this letter with
Movie (103 min, Rated their guests.
stated that I would not use my owner, who so desires will be a copy of the Minutes of the
PG-13) o • There must be a meeting
eight statutory appointments “in the loop” as to how these above referenced meeting to
of the Association Board at
to the Executive Board; be- funds are allocated. UCO to have your Association
which a Quorum is present.

&&
cause I felt it was in essence I look forward to hearing listed as a Cell Phone Use As-
• There must be a majority
packing the Board with “yes from you, as regards how we sociation. o
vote taken to allow Cell
persons.” I now realize that might do better and what ideas
this was a mistake because, the you may have to make it so! o
Phone use to call in guests
only when the residents are ( ( (
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER April 2010

If It’s Wednesday,
It Must Be Bingo;
From the Desk of If It’s Bingo, From the Desk of
Vice President It Must Be Vice President
Bob Marshall Wednesday Sal Bummolo
By Isabelle Scherel
The season is here and
there are about 50 people
waiting for the bingo volun-
Hurrah!! The election is Please document your cre- teers to start selling bingo I would like to take this integrity and honesty this posi-
over as I write this and by dentials and send them to the packages. By the time 6:45 opportunity to thank all of the tion requires.
the time you read it the Lun- Office. As I write this, I’m not rolls around, there are at least delegates who voted for me. Remember, my office door
cheon will be history and the sure what individual this data 200 Villagers on their way It gives me great pleasure to is open for you. If you need
new group of officers will be should be directed to, so send into the Party Room, going see how people feel about me any help, feel free to come in
hard at work. hopefully mak- or bring this data to me and I’ll to their favorite tables wait- becoming one of your next and see me.
ing UCO a friendlier place to find the proper custodian. ing for 7:00 p.m. when play Vice Presidents. I have served Again, I want to thank you
transact business. The Bylaws mandate that begins for the evening. two previous times as a VP and for allowing me the pleasure to
As time goes on you will most committee assignments Bingo Chairperson is Isa- have the experience to fulfill serve as a Vice President of the
hopefully find modifications terminate at the Installation belle Scherel and her large this position with the upmost United Civic Organization. o
of procedures in several areas Luncheon. devoted group of volunteers:
and hopefully these modifi- Some of the committee Babe Bernstein, Irene Bon-
cations will make life in the chairs assignments will hap- cors, Sydell Bushairen, Phyl- Call for Talent and Experience
Village more welcoming. pen fairly quickly as will as- lis DeFeo, Cynthia Kronish, By David Israel
I hope to see changes in signments to those committees Sandy Levine, Maria Levy, Hi all,
several areas but will not name so submit your requests for Ron Massa (a caller), Marilyn As you may know, the Bylaws of UCO assign the re-
the areas for now as these assignments soon. Perroni, Flo Pires, Nita Robin- sponsibility of appointing Committee chairs, and indeed
changes must be agreed upon The financial condition son and Elaine Stromfield. populating the committees, to the President of UCO.
by the Officers and any pre- within the Village has not im- Our bingo players are most It is the intent of my Administration to assign such chairs
announcement should not be proved. If you are still having loyal and we thank them. Our based on experience and talent.
done. a problem with collections, volunteers are exceptional To start, I herewith call for brief resumes of any unit
I request that any time any- please come into the office and people and we thank them. owner who has practical work experience, and is willing to
one is not treated respectfully I’ll try to help. Come and join us, win some volunteer, in the following fields:
that that person see and talk Some of the Seasonal Resi- money, and most of all, have • Computer Operations, programming, software design,
with an officer or come to the dents will be leaving us soon a good time on Wednesday, it computer repair, Information Technology.
office and ask to see me. and I’d like to wish them well is bingo, and if it’s bingo, it’s • Insurance Operations, Agent, Underwriting, Claims ad-
When available I’ll be hap- on their trip to wherever that Wednesday. o justment.
py to try to find a good solution journey may take them. I’m • Newspaper Operations, Reporter, Investigative Reporter,
to your situation. sorry that this winter season Business management, Compositing and layout, Fact
I believe we will need sev- was so cold but at least there IMPORTANT checking.
• Television Operations, in front of or behind the camera.
eral volunteers in addition to was no snow to shovel. Have
the volunteers now serving. a good trip and hurry back. o NOTICE • Small town Operations and Management; Engineers,
Infrastructure, Planning; and Government.
President David Is-
• Receptionist and Customer relations.
Contact UCO rael held his first meet- • Background Investigations; Criminal and Credit.
ing with his officers on • Information research.

683-9189 Monday, March 15, to


discuss the recommen-
• Law and legislation.
• Grant writing.
• Law enforcement.
Mon-Thu 9am-1pm dation of the vacant I may have missed some fields, but I think our readers will
Fri 12 noon-4pm V.P. post. The officers get the idea. If you have such skills and have some time to
recommended Phyllis volunteer to help run our small city; please step up and be
New CV Leaders WPRF Vice President Anita Richland, who received counted.
Continued from Front Page
Cruz and her staff had a spe- the highest votes at the
rael spoke briefly thanking all
who had voted for him as well
cial table for the luncheon. recent election. This Calling All Columnists
Political luminaries attend- It is really more efficient to work with email; send your
as those who had not, urging recommendation is sub-
ing were State Representative
that we must all work together ject to ratification of the Reporter article to ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net. If you
Mark Pafford, Palm Beach
in harmony for the betterment don’t have a computer, use a friend’s. Do not attach your
candidate Paulette Burdick, Delegate Assembly.
of the Village. He assured the article; write it directly on the email message.
Florida House of Representa-
audience that his new adminis-
tives Mary Brandenburg and
tration would work diligently
to give new impetus to UCO
State Senator David Aronberg. Don’t Like to Fly?
A special “Surprise Guest”
and provide the latest informa-
was Lois Frankel, Mayor of Blue Dolphin
tion and assistance to all via Casino Club
West Palm Beach, who com-
the UCO Reporter, Channel
plimented the new leaders and
63 and any other means of
she was most pleased to attend
Mother’s Day Trip
communication. Biloxi / New Orleans
this gala function.
Those assisting Mary on $
379* ppdo – May 9th - 14th
Also in the audience were
her committee were San- 5 Nights - 6 Days
representatives of Seacrest and $50 Casino Rebates
dy Levine, Isabelle Scherel,
Capri Bus Company. 5 Meals / 6 Casinos
Claudette LaBonte, Louise *
Hollywood Hotel Casino in Bay St. Louis
During the entire afternoon Extended Side Trip to New Orleans French Quarter
Gerson, Lori Torres and Wen-
the popular Al Matos and his including the new Harrah’s Casino
dy Bummolo. Bingo on Bus
band provided entertainment *Includes hotel accommodations, baggage handling and taxes.

The names of the new of- 7th Year Running This Trip
with music and song. The
ficers and Executive Board
dance floor was crowded with Call:
can be seen in the adjacent
guests dancing throughout the
Claire (561) 637-3922
column. Stu (561) 715-1276
afternoon. o
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April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

ning, stopping there at 6:30,


7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Three other busses referred
to informally as the external
Transportation buses. They are identified as Insurance
Express, Shuttle and Mall.
Barbara Cornish The names can be found on the Dan Gladstone
schedule and it tells you ap-
proximately where the buses
stop. Take a ride on the busses
for the external and you will
Well, here we are at the end in the Clubhouse. It is also definitely see where they go. This article concludes 11 unin- hearts and telephones were
of my four months of being printed each month in the Changes are made constant- terrupted years that I have served open 24/7 to listen, guide and
chair of the Transportation UCO Reporter. Nevertheless, ly to benefit our riders. The on the Insurance Committee. help and almost 70% of our
Committee. It has been a won- newcomers or seasonal resi- external buses run only six During these times, we knew time was dedicated to that.
derful experience. I have met dents may find the following days a week, Monday through many interesting periods some During the last election,
some lovely people and they helpful: Saturday. On Sunday, there is of which were involving excit- politics has penetrated the in-
have given me some great Century Village has twelve an external bus identified as ing and electrifying situations. surance arena and matters that
advice. I will give all input bus routes. Don’t panic! Five the Combo. Besides serving the Associations, we lived by for many years
received from our residents to of them concern Monday and Some newcomers have two the Committee introduced the were not important any more.
the new chair (at election time Wednesday excursions on a 48 problems with our buses. One “helping hand” which assisted the The trend to renew and refresh
all chairs are considered re- passenger big bus. Since they is major and the other is minor. unit owners with their personal the system might have some
signed until asked by the new are exceptions, let’s discuss The major problem is that insurance problems. advantages but does not give
President to stay or not) and I them later. newcomers are accustomed This was an astronomical an answer to many important
will be glad to advise them on First, let’s discuss the daily to urban bus systems which success. Apparently many of aspects that still exist.
what plans I had envisioned buses. All the small buses ar- buses stop automatically at ev- our vulnerable residents had I am hoping that the new
for the future. rive at the Clubhouse at ten ery bus stop. Here in Century no other place to go for help administration will find the
We have a wonderful trans- minutes before each hour Village, the only automatic and our Insurance Committee path to deal with the maze of
portation system, the best (approximate). In that way, stops are Publix and the Club- did wonders in that area. Our the insurance industry. o
in Florida. Again, I want to the drivers get a break; and house. Therefore, riders must
thank my committee, which then all leave the Clubhouse pull the yellow cord to signal
I hope the new chair will keep exactly on each daytime hour. when they are getting off. We
most. Below is a letter that I Three buses, identified as must not yell out to the drivers
received from one of our bus 1, 2, and 3, are informally since they have to concentrate
riders. referred to as internal buses. on their driving. The minor
Welcome to Century Vil- Every day, Monday through is sometimes drivers will ask
lage. We’re happy to have you. Sunday, they go to the west- if people want the perimeter
Long-time residents enjoy ern, central, and eastern parts road. I will discuss the excur-
a one-page description of our of Century Village, then stop sion buses in another letter.
wonderful free bus system, at Publix before returning to Bernard Rackmales wrote
which is on the board and at the Clubhouse. Only the #1 this to help our fellow resi-
the front desk (by the guards) bus goes to Publix in the eve- dents. Thank you, Bernard. o

Above: Outgoing Recording Secretary Betty Lapidus Above: President Israel poses with the Above: The United Civic Organization Executive Board is
is honored for her 27 years of service. city’s Mayor, Lois Frankel. sworn into office.

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village nationwide to allevi- rael, in response to a question


ate the shortfall that WPRF from me, earnestly noted Dan
is suffering. You mentioned Gladstone’s substantial exper-
how this wonderful Paradise in tise in matters of Insurance.
The official newspaper of Century Village West Palm Beach with all its When Dan next spoke, he read-
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 amenities would draw people ily expressed his appreciation
from all walks of life if they of Dave’s comment and said
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830
only knew about it. However, something like “who knows
Email: ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net since one of the major ameni- we may be friends,” to which I
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri ties we had at one time, the blurted out, it should only be so.
golf course is no longer avail- I say this not out of any
Acting Editor-in-Chief..........................................Syd Kronish
able, it diminishes the impact sense of compassion, but as
Business Manager.................................. Antoinette Salometo The “Mail Bag” sec- of marketing this village. what I feel is best for our
Pre-Press Coordinator....................................John Saponaro tion of the UCO Re- The reason we are writing community. I hope that after
Layout Coordinator...................................... Myron Silverman porter represents the this directly to you is to ask the election that all of our
OPINIONS OF THE you to assist us in finding ways Officer and Executive Board
Photo Editor, Consultant..........................................Ken Graff
to reinstate this Golf Course. candidates, elected or not,
Associate Editors............................. June and Joe Saponaro AUTHOR ONLY. UCO Your expertise and marketing will continue to offer their
Advertising.................................................... Don McDonough supports the publication ability is a power that we wish expertise and best effort to the
Circulation......................... Seacrest, Pruitt, Prime, Gallagher of the diverse opinions to draw from. benefit of all our residents.
(your property managers)
of our residents, and will Thank you for your at- Then there are the remarks
endeavor to continue tention to this situation. The you almost always hear claim-
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. Pro-Active Committee can ing wrong decisions or unlaw-
to continue to publish
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: be reached at any time that is ful acts on the part of a UCO
opinions which may be convenient to you. Officer, an Executive Board
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed
consider inflammatory Honey Sager member or UCO as a body.
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge.
but not defamatory. Sandy Cohen With respect to wrongful deci-
(Submit on 8.5" by 11" paper.) Officers of the sions, these may simply be a
An Open Letter to
Submissions & Articles...... Please type in caps and lower case, Pro-Active Committee difference of opinion. We all
Irwin Levy are entitled to our opinions,
double spaced, any item. “Space available” basis. Email preferred. Mr. Levy, we commend
Regarding the UCO but unless you are the one(s)
Deadlines........... 7 of each month (call about special problems).
th
you for the vision you had charged with making deci-
in developing a wonderful Election
Visit your Web site: century-village-wpb.blogspot.com
opportunity for seniors to Century Village unit own- sions, you may not be in the
ers, I’m writing this article to best position to do so. Still,

OFFICERS
enjoy their “Golden Years” in there will be times when you
Florida. Your sales brochure let you know your rights.
those many years ago gave a We just had an election may be right. You might then
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 glowing picture of the lifestyle for UCO positions. My As- want to get involved with the
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 that would be available for all sociation Kent G didn’t have governing of our community.
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm residents. a meeting so each unit owner If not, that’s OK, you will still
President: David Israel One of the greatest ameni- can have a voice in this elec- be entitled to your opinion.
ties offered was an 18 hole tion; the board took it upon With respect to unlawful
Vice Presidents: Sal Bummolo, Frank Cornish,
Executive Golf Course. Over themselves to vote for whom- acts, we should await to see if
Bob Marshall there is any official inquiry and
the years it was a gem of a ever they wanted!
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro
course and one of the most I called Chapter #718 possible determination. Having
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank
popular. Things don’t always Florida Statues, The Condo- said this, I add that any resident
Recording Secretary: Rhea Cohen
remain as one would like. Af- minium Act in Tallahassee, or group of residents seeking
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver
ter several years the ownership Phone 1-800-226-9101. Con- official inquiry is always free
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton
of the course has changed for firmation #2-6001-7353 if to do so, if so minded.
Office Manager: Mary Patrick Benton you would like to call them to George R. Pittell
various reasons. Now the pres-
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie Levine confirm!
ent owner, Andrew Waldman
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy,
(Fairways LLC), after years If you have the #718 book, The King of Blog
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small, check out page 96 (718-501) au- Has Won
of neglect to the golf course,
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy thority, responsibility and duties!!! Congratulations to David
has closed it and is trying to
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin, Rhea
plan a housing development Burt Artzt Israel; he won the election for
Cohen, Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman, Claudette on that property. At the Del- UCO President by (2) votes.
LaBonte, Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, Ron Massa egate Assembly and presenta- Cell Phone Use He now has the mandate to
Executive Board tions given by the Pro-Active
Committee, the residents of
In his Security report at continue his vicious campaign
the last delegate meeting, Al for freedom of speech and he
David Bernstein Syd Kronish McLaughlin said a procedure wants to use the UCO Re-
Century Village have over-
Randall Borchardt Claudette LaBonte was “approved to enable build- porter to do this.
whelmingly shown their op-
Carol Castro Haskell Morin ings to allow some cell phone Mr. Israel believes freedom
position to this idea. Since
Sandy Cohen Honey Sager 2005 a Pro-Active Committee use.” I would like to know of speech is a God given right
Barbara Cornish Joe Saponaro of Century Village has been more and I hope he or someone and shall be accorded to all
George Franklin Howie Silver able to keep this developer at else could enlarge on this. individuals. Shall I accept this
Roberta Fromkin Myron Silverman bay. However, we are looking Sy Lutto belief and take the attitude that
Louise Gerson Ted Silverman for ways to redevelop a golf Editor: See page 3*. I can write Dirty Little Lies
Dom Guarnagia Lori Torres course on this property and not about David Israel and this
Jackie Karlan Jeanette Veglia allow a housing development.
A Matter of Opinion would be acceptable? Under
As anyone who knows me, this new freedom of speech
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published Obviously this would be
and how I have supported the dictum are Mr. Israel and his
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village, advantageous to the current
West Palm Beach, FL. position of the U.S. Govern- cohorts going to check our
residents and to you Mr. Levy.
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a Mutual Ben- ment on every war our nation credit reports and criminal
efit Organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any
It will bring the value of our
has been engaged in (or may records and create a monthly
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors units up and will hopefully
soon become engaged in), I report for his newly created
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They fill the empty units that are
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, now state my opposition to “David Israel Blog” and put all
plaguing our village. At an
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which the war declared in the March this information in his column
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the Executive Board meeting sev-
UCO Reporter. headed “Freedom of Speech”?
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or eral months ago you asked us
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of At the Chatham Federation
to assist you in marketing the
the product or service. meeting on 2/20/10, Dave Is- Continued on Page 38
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

A Special Guest
By John Saponaro
Abraham Moskowitz is not
Your Theater only one of the Centenarians CERT:
of Century Village, he is the Community Emergency
Claudette oldest living citizen of Palm Response Team
LaBonte Beach County. It is in that lat- Jackie Karlan
ter capacity that I interviewed
him for this article.
As a Centenarian, Abraham
is 102 years old; he will be 103
Can you believe another • Sat., April 17, 8:00 p.m.: this coming July. He was born On February 15, 2010, Phil Levenstein, Govern-
season is over? However, 07/07/07. CERT cosponsored a free ment operational consultant
Man of Many Faces
our entertainment continues. • Sat., April 24, 8:00 p.m.: Before coming to our Vil- H1N1 swine flu vaccine health in charge of health prepared-
Much thought is expended in lage, he was a corrections clinic with the Palm Beach ness, presented a workshop
Richard Williams
the selection by Abby Koffler, As usual, our “Saturday officer in a federal prison. Health Department. It was a on March 15, “Mass Antibi-
our entertainment “guru” so I Night Dances” at 7:00 p.m. Since coming to CV, he huge success; 108 residents otic Dispensing in Case of an
hope to continue seeing you off will continue with music pro- worked for the Palm Beach received free H1N1 flu shots. Emergency.” A “POD” housing
season or our northern friends vided by Debby Massey, Bill County Sheriff’s Office; he Many thanks to my CERT these medications will be on
through the month of April. was its first volunteer. committee: George Loewen- site during an emergency. (My
DeRenzo, Ruth Davis and
• Sat., April 3, 8:00 p.m.: Mike Henry. You certainly He and his lovely wife were stein, Ed Black, Marcia Zic- next article will include more
Cavendish Presents married 65 years; it would cardy, Lori Torres, Dorothy information on this issue.)
cannot go wrong with any of
• Sat., April 10, 8:00 p.m.: these entertainers. have been longer, but she Breier, Carol Messina, Rhea Volunteers are needed to
Jimmy Chapel passed on January 17, 1995. Cohen, Claudette LaBon- help in an emergency. If in-
See you at the Theatre. o
Abraham concluded the te, Maria Levy and Eleanor terested, please call me at
interview with one last quote: Schwartz. 478-8679. o
April Meetings “I’m glad to see so many
young folks here.”
Thanks to Ted Silver-
Date Time Group Location man and Lori Torres of the
Community Relations Com- UCO Installation Luncheon
4/1/10 10:00 am Officers UCO Office mittee for arranging this UCO thanks the following supporters of the UCO Luncheon
interview. Abraham was and Installation, which was held on Sunday, March 14, 2010:
4/2/10 Closed Good Friday UCO Office among other Centenarians as
invitees of the Committee at • Comcast • Rod Tennyson
• Weiser Security • WPRF
the Installation. o
4/5/10 1:30 pm Executive Board Room B •

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use them to get to know each sets of china — costume jewelry — real jew-
other. Even boys have some-
elry — sterling — figurines — colored glass
thing to say if you listen long
enough.” Lynnette, age 8 — paintings — perfume bottles — men’s old
“When is it okay to kiss watches — old evening purses — prints —
someone? When they’re rich.” sconces — pairs of lamps
Pam, age 7
“The law says you have Call 561-865-2009
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• Chase • Russell “How would the world be upgrades: Designer Kitchen and Baths, W&D in unit,
• DeGeneres • Sales different if people didn’t get newer AC and Water Heater, 18" x 18" Custom Tiles,
• Goldberg • Seinfeld married? There sure would all Maytag appliances. Must see...
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Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER April 2010

Consumer Traps
and Tips
From the Office of
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Congratulations to all of change is received and how it came law on February 22, CALL DEBBIE @ 561.502.2939
the newly-elected officers and improves the parking issues, 2010. Among many sweeping
members of the Executive the Committee will then de- changes, it protects young
adults from digging them-
Board of UCO. I trust that I cide whether or not to continue
selves into debt. According to
Stressed • Depressed • In Pain
will continue to have the same this policy year-round. So if
good working relationship you like to dance, please join a recent Sallie Mae study, the Chills, Fever, Sore Throat, Nasal
with those who sit on the Op- us on Sunday nights and let us average college student gradu- Congestion, Body Aches, Sciatica,
know whether or not you like ates with over $3,000 owed to
erations Committee as I have
this change. credit card companies. Some Head, Neck, Shoulder, Back, Feet Aches
in the past, and together we
will accomplish much good The renovations to the Hast- fs for college-age consumers Frances Post, lac, lmt
for the residents who enjoy the ings resistance pool took much to consider: Acupuncture Physician
WPRF facilities. longer to complete than origi- • Many young adults will Cold Laser Therapy, Massage
It’s hard to believe that an- nally anticipated. However, I have less access to credit CV Resident • Lic. #AP1665 • MA36521
other “season” is coming to a know that when that pool is as card issuers and lenders
HOUSE CALLS • 561-632-0098
close. Judging from the com- reopened, all who use it will be must impose stricter rules
ments I have received from so pleased. Not only will the pool which require proof of in-

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many, you have been pleased meet all Code requirements for come or savings.
with the entertainment offered the drain system, but we have • If a person under 21 wants a
this year — the shows have taken advantage of the down- credit card it will be neces-
been widely praised, and com- time to make additional needed sary to obtain a co-signer HANDYMAN
ments such as “outstanding” repairs and improvements. older than 21 or prove an in-
Windows, Screens, Springs Repaired, Lock, Bulb,
and “this year’s shows were New pool chairs, lounges, dependent means of income.
• Certain elements of the law Filters, Toilet Seats Replaced, Wall Paper Removed,
the best ever” have been re- tables and umbrellas have
peated to me over and over.  I all been delivered and put in will make credit more dif- Porch Clean Up
would like to personally thank place. From the comments I ficult to acquire and could No Job Too Big or Too Small

561-319-1012
Abby Koffler, WPRF’s enter- have been receiving, WPRF push some to consider pay-
tainment director, for such a and the Operations Commit- day lenders or pawn shops.
wonderful lineup of shows. tee made a wise decision in Instead, establish a check-
On a trial basis, the Opera- the type and appearance of ing or savings account.
tions Committee has decided this furniture. We hope that Although not reported to
to move the Saturday night it will provide many years of credit bureaus, account CLUBHOUSE MOVIES
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who attends one of his seminars, only to learn he hasn’t yet
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UCO Office
H o u r s :
Stamps in
the News Monday thru
Syd Kronish Thursday,
9:00 am-1:00
pm; Friday,
always played the western
12:00 noon-
Back in the day (20th Centu-
ry, that is), when movie mati- hero with strong values.

4:00 pm.
nees were a must for young Born as Leonard Sly in
boys, it was the cowboy heroes Cincinnati, Ohio, but moved

The UCO
who were tops in popularity. in his early years to southern
As tribute to four extra- California. He signed a con-
ordinary s, who helped make
the American West a favorite
tract with Republic Studios
in 1938 when he changed his O f f i c e
for all ages, the U.S. Postal
Service is issuing a quartet of
name to Roy Rogers.
His horse Trigger and side- Address:
stamps entitled “Cowboys of
the Silver Screen.”
kicks George (Gabby) Hays
joined with his wife Dale Evans in
2102 West
These film stars from select
eras through the singing eras
most of his films and TV shows.
He died at his ranch in California
Drive, West
are William S. Hart, Tom Mix, on July 6, 1998 at age 86.
Palm Beach,
Gene Autry and Roy Rogers.
William S. Hart (1864-
1944) was the first on that
First Day covers may be
obtained from the USPS by
phoning 1-800-STAMPS-24. o
Florida 33417 ((((((
list of cowboys. His powerful
performances to every western
film were exciting. He became
one of the most popular lead-
ing men in the days of silent
film. He frequently played the
stalwart, tough cowboy. His fa-
vorite horse was named Fritz.
He was born December 6,
1864 in Newburgh, NY, but
spent most of his youth in the
Dakotas. He died on January
23, 1946. He made 60 films Primary Care Services in Century Village
during his career.
Tom Mix (1880-1940) was
one of the most celebrated film
stars of the 1920s. He wowed
audiences with his daredevil
riding, expert rope handling
and rugged good looks. He
rode “Tony the wonder horse,”
who also became a celebrity.
He made his movie debut
in 1909 in a bronco-buster
Real Life in the Great South-
west. He made more than 800
action-packed films. He died
in a car accident on October
12, 1940.
Henry A. Katz, MD Vivian Carta-Sanchez, ARNP
Gene Autry (1907-1998)
Board Certified in Internal Medicine Specializes in Geriatric Care
entertained a myriad of movie Se habla español
audiences and won the hearts
of millions with his distinctive Walk-ins welcome or call for appointment • M–F 8am-5pm • Accepting new patients
singing style and easy-going

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personality. Fans also loved
his horse Champion.
Autry fans include those
who enjoyed his hit records,
long-running radio show and
a successful TV series. He re-
corded over 600 songs includ-
ing his favorite “Back in the LOCATED INSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE
Saddle Again” and “Rudolph,
the Red Nosed Reindeer.” He
110 Century Blvd • 2nd Floor
died in his home in Studio
City, CA on October 2, 1998 Free shuttle transportation within Century Village and also to
at the age of 91. Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Diagnostic Center
Roy Rogers 1911-1998 was
a silver screen cowboy who Hospital Affiliations: Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center
sang his way to stardom. He
Page 10 THE UCO REPORTER April 2010

Day of Dance
Century Medical Care Cen-
ter and Good Samaritan Medi-
The Reader’s
Corner
cal Center brought Day of Recipes
Dance “Dance Your Health
Lenore Velcoff Avis Blank
Out” to Century Village on
February 16.
With their dancing shoes
The Humbling by Philip
on more than 500 residents of
while. But he gives a hostile What a difference a month d’oeuvres or together with a
Roth is something different. and unflattering portrait of Century Village attended one salad, beverage and dessert to
makes. Mother nature can be
Though only 140 pages long, lesbians that left an unpleasant of 68 Day of Dance events depended upon to set mat- make a light lunch or dinner.
this novel or novella by one taste in my mouth. held across U.S. cities, men, ters right. Because of last The following recipe con-
of America’s greatest living There is one main character women, and children danced month’s lingering, freezing, tains egg yolks. I have a recipe
authors, is like most of his in this book, a lonely man. temperatures, the majority for No-Yolk Deviled Eggs
together in an effort to cel-
recent work, about fame, sex, Roth tells us of his quiet trag- of Florida’s vegetation lost and Spinach Deviled Eggs if
aging and death. edy and the sad consequences ebrate community, dance, anyone is interested.
leaves and blooms. Today,
This is the story of Simon of his aging. Unfortunately, and good health. Residents they are sporting new dresses Deviled Eggs (serves one)
Axler, who is growing older age does not bring wisdom were treated to good music, of green, thanks to moth- Ingredients
and is faced with his loss of to Axler, and jealously and dance demonstrations, free er nature. Sooner or later, • 1 hard-boiled egg
spontaneity and his inability betrayal are inevitable. she always comes through • 1 teaspoon pimentos
health screenings, and health
to act. Roth deals with the ’s Now in his mid-70s, Roth for us. (Note: My begonias • ¼ teaspoon dry mustard
breakdown, his stint in a men- may be waiting for another
information. Professional • 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
were untouched by the cold
tal institution and then his big masterpiece to come into dancers from Fred Astaire weather and kept blooming • ¼ teaspoon pepper
affair with a much younger his mind. But he never stops Dance Studio performed and profusely.) • paprika (sprinkle)
lesbian in his typical manner. working and he has already gave lessons, along with Cen- This month, Passover and Preparation
Though he is a wizard at lan- written another book about • Cut egg lengthwise and
tury Village’s own dancing Easter coincide and tradition-
guage and a master of tragic death. The Humbling is not a ally, new clothes are the order remove yolk.
pleasure, the author shares great deal of fun to read, but
residents, Elly Hamburg and • Mix yolk, pimentos, dry
of the day. Special delicacies
with us, as he does in Every- it will linger. It may be the Marilyn Bloom. Cabot Cheese are enjoyed by young and old. mustard, mayonnaise and
man and Exit Ghost his preoc- most entertaining depressing gave out samples of cheese Lots of eggs are used during pepper.
cupation with sorrow, illness book you will read this year. and even the daVinci* surgical these two holidays. Delicious • Place mixture inside egg
and the loneliness of old age. At 76, having written his 30th whites in equal parts.
robot (minimally invasive op- deviled eggs are easy to pre-
The sex in this book is as book and his seventh novel pare and can be served as hors • Sprinkle eggs with paprika. o
blatant as you’d expect from this decade, Roth still has the
tion for complex surgical pro-
Roth and some of the raun- ability to astonish and enrage cedures) made an appearance Calling All “Snowbirds”
chiest he has written in a long his readers. o and gave demonstrations. o Keep up to date on all the doings in the Village.
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Andover I – Beautiful, well maintained apt ceramic tile $22,900 Salisbury D – 2nd floor, corner unit, unfurnished, carpet $20,000
Bedford J – 2nd floor, on lagoon, ceramic tile, furnished $25,000 Salisbury G – 1st floor, part. Furnished, rentable unit. $19,900
Cambridge I – 2nd floor; carpeting/vinyl, unfurnished $17,000 Sheffield O – 2nd floor; carpeted, wall a/c unit. Make Offer $12,000
Camden I – 2nd floor, unfurnished, carpet, Beautiful unit. $19,900 Sussex F – 1st floor unit, furnished $19,900
Canterbury F – 2nd floor. Beautiful and spotless $19,900 Waltham A – 1st floor, fixer-upper; no appliances; bare flrs. $14,000
Chatham B – 2nd floor, carpeted, unfurnished $15,000 Windsor G – 2nd floor, unfurnished, clean, bright & breezy $16,900
Chatham D – 1st floor, carpet, furn. neg. Serene water view $19,900 Windsor H – 2nd floor – carpet - furnished $16,900
Dorchester H – 2nd floor-unfurnished-carpet-on canal $14,900 Windsor N – 2nd floor - carpeted $22,000
Easthampton I – Furnished, 2nd fl, ceramic tile; central a/c $40,000
Easthampton I – Nicely furnished; 2nd floor; central a/c $45,000

1 BED/ 1.5 BATHS


Andover H – Corner unit, 1 floor, central a/c
st
$29,900 Kent L – Nicely furnished. Well maintained $29,900
Bedford D – Furnished apt; 2nd floor $15,000 Northampton C – 1st floor, carpeted, unfurn, on canal $19,900
Bedford K – 1t floor; furniture negotiable; water view $19,000 Northampton N – Laminate floors, cent a/c, corner, canal $29,900
Berkshire B – Lakeview, 1st floor, ceramic tile $38,500 Northampton N – tile floors - water view - barbecue $21,000
Berkshire K – 1st floor, corner unit, unfurn., concrete floors $23,900 Northampton S – Nice unit near Kent pool; Priced Right! $29,900
Cambridge H – 1st floor, upgraded, all tile floors, beautiful! $29,500 Norwich D – 2nd floor, central a/c; lift; ceramic floors $31,000
Camden H – 2nd floor, carpeted and unfurnished $26,000 Norwich H – 1st floor, upgraded kitchen, storm shutters $29,900
Canterbury A – 2nd floor, unfurnished $14,900 Norwich H – 2nd floor, central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile $31,800
Canterbury A – Corner, 2nd floor, ceramic tile $24,000 Plymouth R – 2nd fl., lam. flooring, new kitchen, central a/c $58,900
Canterbury F – 2nd floor, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile. $22,900 Salisbury D – 2nd floor, corner, carpet, central a/c $29,900
Chatham T – 2nd floor, central a/c, lake view, turnkey $34,900 Sheffield C – 2nd floor; corner unit; rentable building $26,900
Coventry L – 2nd floor, bright/sunny. Lift to 2nd floor $19,900 Sheffield I – 2nd floor, corner unit, central a/c $29,900
Dorchester D – 2nd floor, ceramic tile; washer; furniture neg $34,900 Sheffield N – 2nd floor, furnished, central a/c $33,000
Dorchester H – 1st floor. Murphy bed in living room $22,900 Somerset G – Bldg. has lift, central a/c, water view $39,900
Dover B – 1st floor, lake view, ceramic tile, central a/c $42,500 Southampton A – 4th fl.-central a/c-ceramic tile-lovely view $24,900
Dover B – 1st floor; lakefront with central a/c $69,000 Southampton B – 4th floor-central a/c-DIY Special $18,500
Dover C - Lakeview $23,000 Sussex A – 2nd floor, unfurnished $29,900
Dover C – Lakeview, Penthouse location; central a/c $34,900 Sussex F – 1st floor, central a/c, furnished $38,000
Dover C – 4th floor, central a/c, lake view, furnished $49,900 Sussex M – 1st floor, corner, ceramic tile, central a/c $24,000
Easthampton C – Corner unit; tile; central a/c $27,500 Waltham D – 1st floor, corner unit; ceramic tile, central a/c $30,000
Easthampton I – 2nd floor, central a/c, corner unit 434,900 Wellington C – On canal, cent a/c, very friendly complex $29,900
Golf’s Edge B – 1st floor, central a/c, rentable building $23,900 Wellington F – 1st floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, lake view $48,900
Golf’s Edge B – New kitchen; ceramic tile, central a/c $39,900 Windsor B – 1st floor $23,000
Greenbrier C – 4th floor, hurricane shutters, new a/c $59,900 Windsor C – On canal. Ceramic tile, granite countertops $39,900
Hastings F – 1st floor furnished $29,000 Windsor D – Water view; ceramic tile, 2nd floor $29,900
Windsor L – 1st floor, close to pool, transportation $19,900
Le Chateau Royale – 3rd floor – oceanfront $180,000 Windsor M – Motivated seller. Clean, furnished. $29,900
Le Chateau Royale – 4th floor – ocean view $210,000

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Andover K – Water view, tastefully furnished, 1 fl st
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Camden E – Corner, remodeled; water view $54,900 Dorchester D – 2nd floor, ceramic tile, washer in unit $34,900
Camden E – 1st floor-central a/c-ceramic tile floors $44,900 Dover B – 2nd floor, central a/c, lake view $69,900
Canterbury A – Corner; Hurricane shutters $45,000 Easthampton G – Corner unit; cent a/c and ceramic tile $28,000
Chatham E – 1st fl, laminate floors, on canal $49,900 Easthampton I – Corner unit with central a/c; upgrades $29,995
Chatham G – 2nd floor, furn., central a/c, lake view $34,900 Hastings B – Corner; ceramic. tile; open kitchen; C a/c $38,000
Coventry F – 1st floor, partially furnished $38,500 Norwich B – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished $32,900
Kingswood D – 2nd floor, central a/c, unfurnished $32.900 Norwich K – 1st floor, ceramic tile, cat or dog okay $29,000
Windsor D – Corner unit with water view $55,000

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Coventry A – 1st floor; ceramic tile, central a/c $46,900 Plymouth A – 2nd floor-corner-central a/c. By appointment $90,000
Oxford 400 – 2nd floor; Hurricane shutters, washer/dryer $89,900 Wellington A – 1st floor, central a/c, hurricane shutters $69,900
Oxford 100 – 2nd floor, central a/c, ceramic canal view $47,900 Wellington M – 3rd floor, central a/c, lake view $69,900
Oxford 100 – 1st floor, central a/c, washer/dryer in unit $59,900 Wellington J – Lovely lake view $85,000
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November-April
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Dance Aerobics Advanced Aerobics Low Impact Aerobics Advanced Aerobics Dance Aerobics
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10:45-11:30 am 10:45-11:30 am

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Consultation Self Defense (Paid Class) Consultation


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Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Administrative/
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Zumba (Paid Class)


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Free Exercise Classes Provided at Hastings Fitness Center by Zhanetta Babayeva

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Fire! Fire! cooperating very well. One


By E. Brown smoky unit was sufficiently
On March 11, Thursday cleaned by Rolyn that the fam-
evening, there was a two- ily is back in residence.
alarm fire (needs double num- Fire Station 23 is the busiest
ber of units) in the Oxford 400 in the area. They average 25
block, a downstairs end condo. to 30 calls every 24 hours. I
Captain Robert Tugby of visited the Fire Station for 15
our Fire Station 23 outside the minutes and while I was there,
gate gave me some informa- two calls took them away from
tion about his team’s response their breakfast.
to the fire. Lessons from this Fire:
Thirty-seven units were no- • Do help to get people out of
tified, of which 21 arrived on their condos and then stay
the scene — everything from far away from the action.
the ladder truck with several • The professionals cannot
firemen, and fire engines, res- give information while
cue vehicles, paramedics, to working in heat.
investigators with one worker • Call 911; leave it to the
per vehicle. Units came from professionals.
as far away as the Quint lad- • Do not open doors to fire
der truck from Jupiter. (Quint area, keep it contained. Less
refers to the five functions that air to a fire is better.
it provides: pump, water tank, • Century Village is an area of
fire hose, aerial device, and concern for fires because of
ground ladders.) the number of less mobile or
The fire call was received handicapped people.
at 6:12pm and the 23 Team • Condos would be better
was there in six minutes. They with sprinkler systems.
were out on another call and • Make sure your smoke
had to travel from the Con- alarm is working.
gress and Westgate area. Our • Ignore all rumors. The only
own Weiser Security handled thing spreading faster than
all the traffic control. the fire were the rumors! o
The President of Oxford
400 and other active residents
did a good job assisting and Calling All
getting less mobile people out
of their condos. They were
“Snowbirds”
Keep up to date on all the
fortunate that people were not
doings in the Village.
asleep at that time. A later fire
Get your UCO Reporter
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good result was that no-one No more stops at the Post
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It was a high heat fire with Get your UCO Reporter
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ly fire-involved by the time envelopes along with a check
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and the fire was also leap- our office at 24 Camden A.
ing through windows to the We’ll take care of the rest. We
upstairs unit. Polyurethane look forward to serving you.
foam in furniture and beds is
pure fuel for a fire. This was
a particularly hot fire that
burned the sheetrock to ash.
Our concrete construction
also holds heat. That made
the work difficult for the Fire
Department. Can you imagine,
they worked in that torrential
storm contending also with
thunder, lightning, fire and
smoke! Great guys. The main
force left around 9:30 p.m.
and investigators and helpers
stayed until 1 a.m.
The fire is under investiga-
tion, the cause of the fire is not
known, and the official report
will not be out for a couple of
weeks. Two condos had total
damage; six others in the same
block had extensive smoke
damage.
Two families have gone
to a hotel, one to rental, one
temporary in empty unit. The
President said everyone was
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Recreation News peted in an exciting race held Wordfind Answers


HOWIE’S
on Tuesday, March 2 under Puzzle on Page 7
very challenging gusty con-
Ladies’ Golf ditions. Jan Roszko came in
Sylvia
Whiting
first followed by Horst Fei in
second place and Ron Helms
Fr i e n d l y
in third. The final race for Di-
Even though the Turtle Bay vision B was held on March
course is closed, the Turtle
Bay Ladies are still playing
9. Results will appear in next
month’s UCO Reporter. Jan
CAR
golf. Our group has moved to
the Lone Pine Golf Course on
Roszko earned the most points
for Division A and Kathy SERVICE
Military Trail. Forness for Division B. As
Play begins at 8:00 a.m.
on Tuesday mornings. We
always, the Century Village to and from
Cheerleaders helped fill the
continue to have an enthusi-
astic group of players, enjoy
sails of all our competitors Airport,
Doctors and
throughout the season. Con-
the early morning air and the gratulations to one and all!
camaraderie of our group. The
course is in good condition
On March 2, a highly suc-
cessful pot luck dinner was Shopping
and we’re enjoying nice fast held at the Somerset pool
greens at Lone Pine.
Tuesday morning tee off
supervised by Purser Fina Call
Cucalon. We will close out the
runs from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m.
The League cost is $25 with
winter season with our annual 309-9994
picnic bash at Duck Island
a cart, and $15 to walk the on April 6 from 3 to 6 p.m.
course. Join a foursome or at which time awards will be
make your own. Anyone in-
terested in playing with the
Ladies Golf Group, please call
distributed. Mr. Karaoke, Jack
Continued on Page 22 ? ? ?
Carol at 712-1822 or Lolly at
689-0219. We’re looking for
returning players and any new
players interested in joining
our League. Play nine holes or
eighteen, Lone Pine is the place
to be on Tuesday mornings.

Petanque
Jerry
Karpf

A form of ground bowling


By the time you read this
article, Court #6 will have been
redone. If this new combination
of materials works out in the
next few weeks through actual
playing, I will have all of the
rest of the courts redone, work-
ing with Dan Cruz of WPRF.
I hope the courts will have a
few more years of enjoyable
playing for all the Petanque
players. I hope everyone will
have a great season of playing
Petanque. To the players that
have been away, come on back
and have some fun; we have
missed seeing you.
Remember: we play every
Wednesday and Friday, start-
ing at 8:45 a.m. For additional
information, call Jerry at (561)
684-1487 or Toby at (561)
712-9190.
Come on down! Learn a new
game! Meet some new friends,
and above all, have fun!

Sailing
Christine
Mohanty
We’ve had a whole lot of
sailing presided over by Com-
modore Ray Mullen. Some
results are in for the winter
season championship races.
Our A Division sailors com-
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 21

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ANDOVER F Stunning all tile in pristine GR FL 2 BR / 1 ½ BATH
cond, patio on garden MUST SEE... 19,900 CHATHAM E CORNER Chatham Isle on
COVENTRY I Tile and new shower,walk to lake, tile Extra special location........ 49,900
club with patio on garden................. 16,900 NORWICH A CORNER, New kitchen &
SHEFFIELD O GREAT nicely maintained baths, all tile must see...................... 39,900
leather furn, walk to club................. 17,500 BEDFORD H waterfront, all tile, furnished,
CAMDEN I Across from pool,patio on lovely................................................ 38,000
greenway,rentable............................. 16,900 CAMDEN E CORNER, Waterfront, newly
EASTHAMPTON A Clean & bright across renovated, walk to pool.................... 49,900
from gate, Tile................................. 19,000 CHATHAM U CORNER, great price,
GR FL CNR 1 BR / 1 ½ BATH hurricane protection.......................... 29900
NORWICH O CORNER, light & bright, ANDOVER L Water front with tile
close to gate, central A/C................. 24,900 completely furnished & rentable...... 37,900
CHATHAM U Corner, tile, open kitchen, NORWICH A pristine perfect corner all new
newer appl. new porch,easy access.. 29,000 very pretty........................................ 34,000
WINDSOR H CORNER, New kitchen & UPPER 2 BR 1½ BATH
baths, patio on garden,wlk to pool... 26,900 BERKSHIRE H great opportunity for two
UPPER FLOOR 1 BR / 1 BATH bedroom, needs TLC........................ 24,000
CAMBRIDGE A Rentable, friendly EASTHAMPTON G CORNER, walk to
association........................................ 19,500 Egate, immaculate, central a/c, tile.. 34,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BR 1 ½ BATH COVENTRY G CORNER, ALL TILE FURN
NORWICH D Complete w/lift key, newer VERY PRETTY like new appl......... 39,900
appls, needs TLC GREAT DEAL.... 13,900 KENT A CNR, on wtr tile, new kitchen, new
WINDSOR G PRETTY Designer carpet and baths, hurr shtr, across from pool..... 59,900
paint, walk to gate & pool................ 19,500 NORWICH D Exquisite tile, hurr shtrs,
GREENBRIER B Stunning Tile throughout furnished, walk to gate..................... 39,900
and oversized floor plan WOW........ 39,900 2 BR / 2 BATH
GREENBRIER A Georgeous pool & SOMERSET D Wonderful opportunity OS
Greenway vws, redone, tile, beauty. 52,500 waterside condo at tennis center...... 44,000
GOLF’S EDGE F Pristine freshly painted SOUTHAMPTON A CORNER, new
lovely view great price..................... 24,900 kitchen,new baths, freshly painted, like 3
WINDSOR S Love this one!!! Turnkey bedrooms.......................................... 49,900
condo, tile, like a model................... 40,000 GOLF’S EDGE B Gr fl, park at your door,
GREENBRIER C Lovely golf views, walk to CH, new kit/baths, HR shtrs.54,900
elevator & Pool furnished nicely...... 39,900 GREENBRIER C All new kitchen & baths,
UPPER CNR 1 BR / 1 ½ BATH new a/c & appl, part furn.................. 68,000
SHEFFIELD K CORNER great opportunity WELLINGTON D tile throughout, new
to own in this assoc, Needs TLC...... 14,500 drywall , needs TLC......................... 49,900
WINDSOR S CORNER, Laminate flooring, WELLINGTON D GROUND fl, on the cul
furnished, turnkey with newer appl.. 24,000 de sac, like new, tile, furn................. 68,900
SHEFFIELD H CNR TILE thruout, updated,
shows true pride of ownership......... 29,900
REMAX ANNUAL RENTALS
EASTHAMPTON C CORNER, Clean as a CAMDEN E 2/1.5 CNR GROUND UNFURN WTRFRT WALK TO POOLS......800
whistle, near to gate & club.............. 27,500 WALTHAM F 1/1 GR FL CHARMER TURNKEY WALK TO AMENITIES.......600
ANDOVER H Corner,very pretty All tile ANDOVER D 1/1.5 CNR 2ND FLOOR TURNKEY UNIT, CENTRAL A/C........500
new bath,on preserve........................ 24,900 BEDFORD A 1/1.5 CNR TILE, NICELY FURN,WITH LIFT WALK TO C.H.....650
CANTERBURY I 1/1 2ND FL LAM FL, LIKE NEW CLEAN AS A WHISTLE.. 500
EASTHAMPTON E Corner, rentable central WELLINGTON A 1 1/2 POOLSIDE, OS TONS OF CLOSETS, PART FURN.....650
a/c Walk to eastgate.......................... 23,500 COVENTRY G 2 1/1 CNR 2/1.5 SPOTLESS, FURN, UPDATED.........................800
BEDFORD F Corner, new a/c, carpet freshly SOMERSET H 2/2 GROUND, ALL TILE UNFURN OS ON WATER..................700
Page 22 THE UCO REPORTER April 2010

Recreation News Helga Lieb, is available to $5.00 for members and $7.00 to contribute food items for Again we want to thank
Continued from Page 20 help newcomers catch the for guests, make reservations all to share. Prizes were to be Tennis Center Director Tom
Kasven, will have us kicking wind. She’s on duty Tuesday by calling Kate Odoardo at raffled off and music provided Speerin for maintaining our
up our heels. through Friday from 11 a.m. to 561-478-9921 before Monday, by a DJ. courts and running our Club
The social highlight of the 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 March 15. Our two tennis teams com- tournaments. Those wishing
season was our very well at- a.m. to 1 p.m. Certified sailors Our meetings are the third peting in the Palm Beach to join in should contact Tom
tended American Bandstand may get the equipment storage Friday of the month at the Club- County Senior Doubles during weekday mornings and
sock-hop on Sunday, March key from the Clubhouse office house at 10 a.m. Come join the League are nearing the end he will arrange to pair you up
14 from 6 to 10 p.m. in the to sail at any other time using fun. For additional information, of this season. As of the sub- with others at your level of
Clubhouse Party Room. A the buddy system, so come on call out President, Rosemary mission of this article, our ability. A practice court, ball
sumptuous buffet dinner was down and sail away! Maude, at 561-684-0116. Division 2 Team, co-captained machine, and tennis lessons
catered by Dennis Buss fol- by Jan Roszko and myself, are available to help you im-
lowed by scrumptious des- Snorkel Club Tennis is just seven points behind prove your skills. o
Sandy Jerry
serts contributed by our very Jupiter Bay, who is in fourth
Wynn Goldberg
own cheerleaders. Musicians/ place. Our final match is at
Your Channel 63 Team has
singers Bunni and Bruce Gelb- Yes, we did it. The weather Activities at our Somerset BallenIsles which is battling
modified the way Channel 63
man of Coney Island Baby held out for us and on Febru- Tennis Center are in “full with PGA for first place. Our
Division 6 Team, co-captained
displays all information.
furnished live music which ary 2, 14 people left for Crystal swing” this month with more
by Bob Kaufman and Sid Ein- We are currently running
had us all rocking and rolling. River. The long drive was defi- than 100 paid up members. A
Our cheerleaders performed recently held “round robin” binder, is in third place with all information within a 25
nitely worth it. Watching my
four routines choreographed mix doubles tournament was one match left and just 12 minute schedule that repeats
son’s face as he interacted with
by Leader Gail Fei, including the large Manatee was a thrill enjoyed by a few dozen play- points behind the first place all day.
“Come Go With Me,” “Rock for me. He gently scratched ers. In the final match of team, Ocean Trails. They have This includes the Village
Around the Clock,” hand jive, the mammals back when sud- the day, Cindy Maxwell and made a very good showing Report, The Happenings, All
and the stroll. Ron Helms and denly it turned over wanting its Jacques Lagueux defeated this year in their first League Classes available currently, all
Theo Martzoukos contributed belly rubbed, which of course the team of Michel Denis and appearance. In order to honor Clubs/Organizations, UCO
a comedic skit followed by my son accommodated. It was Lucyne Lagueux to take top our top team for winning their meetings and all public service
Michael Pierno’s karaoke the first time for most of the honors. Certificates and cans Division Championship last announcements.
rendition of “Angel Baby” and snorkelers to be in the water of tennis balls were presented year, a banner was recently Please take time to view
Chris Mohanty’s “Teenager in with the Manatees and it was to all the finalists. Also on our installed at our Tennis Center
this NEW approach and then
Love.” A fabulous time was thoroughly enjoyed by all. schedule are tournaments for for all to see.
give us your critique.
had by one and all! Thanks to Our snorkel trip near the both men and women’s dou- Congratulations to Jean Fly-
nn, Susan Maldonado, Rhoda All suggestions will be re-
Fina Cucalon for pulling it all Breakers Hotel is once again bles and the winners and other
together. Nadell and Valery Roszko, viewed and we hope to imple-
was planned for March 21. finalists will be announced
Our next Sail Club meet- in my next column. Another who played for the Riverwalk ment any new recommenda-
Our annual picnic is now
ing will be held on Friday, scheduled event is our annual “B” Senior Ladies Team. They tions that we receive from you.
planned for Friday, March 19
April 9 at 10 a.m. in the Club- at Ocean Reef Park on Singer Club Picnic held at Duck Is- represented Century Village Thanks for your participa-
house. All year long, our dock Island from 12 p.m. till 4 p.m. land. Along with a BBQ lunch, well placing second in their tion.
attendant/sailing instructor, for all members at a cost of the members were encouraged division. Your Channel 63 Team

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From the Desk of Annuity Owners Could Pay Up


State
Representative To 40% to the IRS in Taxes!
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our country, sizable as it is


today, will grow threefold
by 2050. Their influence will We Can Sell it
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grow accordingly and it is not
Kurt’s impossible that they will lead
Opinions an ever-growing opposition,
which might put “whitey’s”
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man arrangement now may be
easier to agree to rather than
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were no laws then forbidding who toil in agriculture, who sive law. Call: (561)
the entry of people seeking work below minimum wages,

640-2990
Cute: In the meanwhile,
a new life; they came, they who have no health coverage. we anyway pay when illegal
settled, period. No legal bar- They won’t leave on their own immigrants go to emergency
riers, therefore, no illegal en- to go back to their country of rooms — the only way they
tries. Some were even shipped origin and the US cannot “es- indefinitely. There is another a substantial reduction, in the
can get medical assistance. aspect to this ever-growing number of additional illegal
here by the crown to get rid of cort” them there. We are talk- Come to think of it, we also
them. ing about fifteen million plus calamity: the further influx newcomers. One thing is sure:
pay for their kids’ education in of additional “illegal immi- the longer we procrastinate
When the United States people. Which means, we are our schools (after all, many of
came into being, the influx of stuck with them, or to put it in grants.” in firmly facing this problem
them are US citizens by birth). It seems to me that we could without attempting to solve it,
people increased, especially a more acceptable definition, I do not know whether there is
from Europe. Still, no certifi- we may as well accept them find a solution. What comes the harder it will get to find a
any solution which would be to mind is transferring U.S. solution — any solution. o
cates or Visas required. What as citizens of this country. agreeable to the majority of
I am trying to say with this Their children, if born on U.S. forces from the useless, un-
U.S. citizens on the left and on winnable war in Afghanistan
shortened version of a his- soil, are U.S. citizens by birth

R R
the right. I do know, however, and putting them along the
tory lesson is that great-great anyway. that a problem involving mil-
grandfathers of those among Also bear in mind that the porous borders, thus practi-
lions of human beings living cally putting an end, or at least
us who so adamantly, even legal Latino population in among us cannot be ignored

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New stove, dishwasher on Camden E, for annual rent, Convenient location, walk

Classified Ads
way. Info: email dbgross@hot- unfurnished, 2 bedroom, 1½ to main Clubhouse. 1st floor,
mail.com or call 717-780-4946 baths, 1st floor corner, water 1 bedroom, 1 1/2 baths, en-
view, central air. Just remod- closed patio, furnished or un-
2 bedrm, 1 bathrm, beauti- eled, new kitchen counter tops, furnished. Yearly lease $550,
Classified ads are printed Oxford 500, 2nd fl, 2/2, new fully furnished, great location. new dishwasher & water heat- Short lease $800. Call (561)
on a space available basis. kitchen, baths & tile floors. Annual rent $650 monthly, er, walk-in shower, mirrored 536-8488
Ads should be submitted by Large enclosed patio with ac- Seasonal rent $1,100 monthly. closet doors and laminate
the seventh of the month in cess to patio from bedroom Option to purchase. Call 954- closet shelving, new carpets Monticello, NY, summer rent-
which they are to appear. and living room. Building is 218-2789 & vinyl. Must see, $700 per al 5/1/10-9/15/10 1BR unit
Articles must be resubmitted next to pool, large laundry month, Call 688-7979 Town & Country Resorts
every month if they are to be room and card room. Fur- Sheffield F, 1/1 ground flr, $4350. Email GRP102PINE@
repeated. nished $52,000. Call 615-9909 near Hastings Rec Center. Large corner apartment, AOL.com or call (561) 471-
All Classified ads must be Fully furnished ceramic floors, ground floor unit, 2 bedroom, 9934 or 845-794-3263
on a full sheet of paper (8½ x For Rent updated. Annual: $565 mo. + 1 1/2 baths, near Haverhill
11). Scraps of paper will not util. Winter only $865 mo. + Gate. $695 monthly. Call Misc for Sale
be accepted. “Sign lease now for Novem- util. Call 734-994-4300 (561) 536-8488
All items submitted must ber” Ground floor, corner, 1 Sterling Silver. Selling out at
include name and address of BR, 1½ baths. Two blocks Seasonal Dec, Jan, Feb, & For rent for non-smoker. 1 wholesale prices, rings, brace-
contributor. Name and ad- from Clubhouse. Owner on Mar. 2 bdrms, 2 baths. Fully bedroom, 1 bath, ground floor lets, pendants, vintage and
dress will not be printed; this premises (561) 686-6854 furnished. Newly painted, apartment, furnished , near new. Please call 640-5443 o
is for our information. The Walk to Clubhouse, Walk to Haverhill Gate. Walk to Medi-

b
Classified ads are a service Berkshire 2/2 ground flr. Mod- Temple, private pool. Nice cal Bldg and Clubhouse. Year-
for UCO members only. ern furniture. $625/month neighbors, Nice view. By ly rent $525 per month. Short
annually or $4,000 for season. owner 516-659-1315 or 516- lease $700 per month. Info call
For Sale Has patio, central air/heat. 678-2791 817-313-3579

Must be seen: 2 BR, 1½ bath, 2nd


fl cnr, brand new tile baths, brand
new CA, brand new HWH,
fridge, stove, all new cptg & tile
thru, will pay all closing costs!
Rentable. 712-8720

Oxford, SE cnr, 2BR w/2


windowed baths, kit & tiled
sunrm, 18” tile thru. Call own-
er 686-6372 or 732-922-4523

Greenbrier C by owner, re-


duced from $155K to $88K
negotiable. 2/2 + Fla room,
extra large size luxury furni-
ture, remodeled and tile floors,
central A/C + heat + fans, hur-
ricane shutters, next to laundry
room, penthouse floor, new
elevator, beautiful view front
of swimming pool. Call (561)
448-6564 or 786-473-2682

Dover C, grd flr, 1 BR, 1½


bath, 8x18 encl patio, great
water view. New CAC, HWH,
fridge & stove. Part furnished,
must see. Call 712-1829

Norwich G by owner, ground


floor end unit, bright & sunny!
1 BR, 1½ baths, LR, DR, Kit.
new granite & tile, new sink
& faucet in kit. Nice laminate
wood floors, LR, DR, & kit.
Nice Berber carpet in bedrm.
Excellent central air, range
& refrigerator - about 5 yrs
old. Master bath in BR. Walk
in closet. Screen porch with
new screen door. Priced to sell
$23,000. Call (561) 598-9059

For Sale or Rent

Sussex, 1/1 upper scenic


screened-in balcony, fun or
unfurn. Make offer. 697-2390

Short Sale
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 27

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GROUND FLOOR 1 BED & 1 BATH UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1 & 1½ BATH FARBER ANNUAL RENTALS Century Village
Salisbury D - Walk to Clubhouse/Temple 12,900 Camden D - Furnished Lift Waterview 25,900
Easthampton B - Furnished 12,900 Sussex C - 1/1 2F Furnished Exc $$$ 400
Canterbury A - Central Air Unfurnished 15,000 Coventry H - Corner Tile 29,900
Chatham N - Tile Corner Furnished Enclosed Patio 44,900 Andover C - 1/1 2F Furnished 425
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED & 1 BATH
Norwich N - Completely Renovated 13,900 Camden I - 1/1 2F Unfurnished Top Condition 450
Canterbury K - Furnished 14,900 GROUND FLOOR 2 BED & 2 BATH
Sussex C - Best Buy Furnished 17,900 Golf’s Edge 21 - Tile WD Excellent Condition 49,900 Canterbury H - 1/1 2F AC Unfurnished 450
Hastings H - Furnished Upgraded Across Spa 27,500 Plymouth D - Rare Villa Furn Lg Patio Near Pool 69,900
Windsor M - 1/1 2F Furnished Tile 450
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED & 1½ BATH
Bedford F - Unfurnished 2 Air Conditioners Good Value 15,900 UPPER FLOOR 2 BED & 2 BATH Sussex D - 1/1 2F Furnished Tile 450
Cambridge H - Corner TIle Hurricane Shutters 16,900 Stratford M - Ceramic Tile Unfurnished Near Egate 34,500
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Seasonal Condo • Dry foods should be dis- look at your condo every that your water tank is full From Rep. Pafford
carded or stored in tightly two weeks to be certain before you turn on electric- Continued from Page 24
Closing Checklist sealed containers. You do you have no roof leaks, ity. This prevents you from cial districts include the Indian
By Elaine Brown not need reminder to dis- flood, mildew, or any other accidentally burning out the Trail Improvement District
and Jim Hart card perishables. problems. heating elements inside the and the Lake Worth Drainage
A checklist for CV snow- • Open cupboard doors, clos- • Close main water valve, use tank. District.
birds and others. Keep your et doors, turn up cushions. best way for your area. Choose whatever tasks ap- House Bill 1167, Renal Dis-
condo clean and dry or mil- More air circulation helps • When you return next fall ply to you. The best thing is ease, would provide easier ac-
dew and insects will move in. prevent mildew. Some peo- the first thing you do is turn to return and find everything cess to dialysis to those living
• Notify the post office of ple like to use Damp Rid on your main water valve so in excellent condition. o with End Stage Renal Disease,
your change of address. but it may damage floors if a condition that is irreversible
Cancel newspapers. spilled. and fatal without chronic life-
• Notify your Association of-
ficials, make sure they have
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A reservation is required for gregation Anshei Sholom there are limited tickets. That
Organization News the Israeli type breakfast and will hold a theater party on may be made by calling Nita at
Please note!!! DO NOT Each evening will have a can be made by calling the Wednesday, May 5th. They 688-2787 or Rae at 478-3221.
resubmit dates for events full course dinner in addition Temple office at 684-3212 any will be going to the play “Burn
already appearing in Orga- to a traditional Seder. weekday morning. the Floor” at the Kravis Cen- CONGREGATION
nization News unless there Reservations must be made ter. The afternoon will also ANSHEI SHALOM
is a correction. SISTERHOOD OF include a lunch. The attendees Sisterhood Mini Lunch &
by March 22nd, by calling the CONGREGATION will car pool at 2:00 PM from Meeting 4-20-10
Temple office any weekday ANSHEI SHOLOM the Temple.
AMIT WOMEN mornings at 684-3212, The Sisterhood of Con- Reservations are required as Continued on Page 37
CHAPTER
Meets every 2nd Tuesday MENS CLUB TO HOLD
w/collection at 12 noon and BREAKFAST At Century Village
meeting at 1:00 PM at Aitz The Men’s Club of Con-
Chaim. gregational Anshei Sholom John H. Merey, M.D., P.A.
will hold a breakfast and
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Aspirin and kidney failure, bleeding in the can lead to fever, blood clots, provided in the emergency Daily aspirin may be pre-
brain and some kinds of stroke, swelling or pain. When taken department, it has shown scribed after the physician
Heart Attack as well as nausea, vomiting on a daily basis, aspirin has to significantly improve the evaluates the patient’s medi-
Since aspirin was intro- and heartburn. Consequently, shown to lower the risk of chances of survival. Aspirin cal history, allergies, potential
duced as a treatment to relieve aspirin therapy should not heart attack, strokes caused should not be taken during a benefits and risks, and the
symptoms of rheumatism in begin before first consulting a by blood clots and other blood stroke because not all strokes use of other medicines (both
the late 1800s, it has advanced physician. flow problems. Aspirin itself are caused by blood clots. If a prescription and over-the-
from being not only a pain re- Aspirin works by halting will not treat a heart attack. stroke is caused by a ruptured counter), vitamins and herbals.
liever but also a life saver. In the body’s production of cer- However, when taken in con- blood vessel, taking an aspirin Not everyone is a candidate
1948 a California doctor who tain natural substances that junction with other treatments could make the stroke worse. Continued on Page 35
had been prescribing aspirin
to 400 of his patients started
recommending “an aspirin a
day” after he noticed that they
had not suffered a heart attack.
Forty years later, the Food and
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Daily aspirin use has shown
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WINDSOR N - BEAUTY, NEAR POOL & WEST GATE $37,000 NORWICH L - FURNISHED, RENTABLE, GREAT LOCATION $69,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH SHEFFIELD O - CERAMIC TILE, PRETTY, GARDEN VIEW $60,000
GOLFS EDGE G - BEST BUY AROUND, NEAR CLUBHOUSE & EAST GATE, FURNISHED $39,000 GROUND FLOOR CORNER
SHEFFIELD L - LOVELY CONDO, NEAR HASTINGS ,LOTS OF LIGHT CARPET, FURNISHED $17,900 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
CHATHAM G - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, CARPET & CERAMIC TILE $38,000 CAMBRDIGE H - CARPET, CENTRAL A/C FURNISHED $38,000
SOUTHAMPTON B - NEW CARPET, ELEV BLDG, ENCLOSED PATIO, FIT CNTR, CLUBHOUSE $31,000 CANTERBURY K - FURNISHED, CT, GARDEN VIEW, GREAT LOCALE, OUTSIDE CORNER, C/A $44,500
DORCHESTER C - GARDEN VIEW, NEAR DORCHESTER POOL, CERAMIC TILE $22,000 COVENTRY C - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION, UPGRADES $40,000
SOUTHAMPTON A - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $25,000 WINDSOR D - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $36,000
DOVER C - WATERVIEW, NEW CABINETS, FURNISHED NEGOTIABLE $45,000 NORWICH L - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE $40,000
WELLINGTON D - CA WTRVW, 3 CEILING FANS, NEWER KIT, CPT, LIN, LARGE WI CLOSET $39,900 SOMERSET D - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, REDONE, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS $65,000
CAMDEN B - UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL $15,000 COVENTRY E - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, PETS OK, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $45,000
ANDOVER A - FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE, $19,500 KENT D - NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE $75,000
EASTHAMPTON D - FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, NEAR EAST GATE $32,000 UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1/1.5 OR 2 BATH
DOVER B - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, LARGER PATIO $55,000 WELLINGTON B - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL, CUL-DE-SAC, BEAUTY $59,000
SOUTHAMPTON A - CERAMIC TILE, FURN, NEG, NEW KITCHEN, SCREENED PATIO $20,000 WINDSOR I - FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, $35,000
SOUTHAMPTON B - FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $24,000 CHATHAM K - NEWER APPLIANCES, CERAMIC TILE $35,000
SOUTHAMPTON C - NEWER CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED $25,000 SALISBURY H - CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, 1 BATH, WALL UNITS, RENTABLE $28,000
GREENBRIER A - UNFURNISHED, NEW REFRIGERATOR, GOLF VIEW $35,000 WELLINGTON L - UNFURNISHED, WATERVIEW, 2 BATHS, BAMBOO FLOORS $95,000
CHATHAM U - HEART OF COMMUNITY, 6 MONTHS FREE MAINTENANCE, FURNISHED $35,000 WELLINGTON J - FURN, GRANITE TOPS, 2 BATHS, WOOD FLS, OWNER WILL HOLD MORTGAGE $125,000
GREENBRIER A - UNFURNISHED, ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS $69,900 SUSSEX E - UNFURNISHED, UPGRADES, CERAMIC TILE $35,000
WELLINGTON F - FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING $40,000 GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH CHATHAM Q - ABSOLUTELY PRETTY, UPGRADES, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, WATERVIEW, $49,000
NORWICH H - RENTABLE UNFURNISHED, BRAND NEW KITCHEN & BATH $38,000 SOMERSET B - UNFURNISHED WATERVIEW TILE CENTRAL AIR & HEAT $79,900
SALISBURY G - FURNISHED, NEW APPL, CT, CARPET, CH, FITNESS CENTER $30,000 SOMERSET K - FURN, 2 SHOWER STALLS, CT, 1 BED W/CARPET CEILING FANS $49,000
SHEFFIELD Q - CERAMIC TILE, UNFURNISHED, NEAR HASTINGS $13,998 COVENTRY G $25,000
KENT C - FURN, WATERVIEW, CERAMIC TILE, UPDATED BATH NEWER APPL. $20,000 BEDFORD I - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, GARDENVIEW $49,000
ANDOVER E - FUNRISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE GARDEN VIEW $15,000 NORWICH I - PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $20,000
ANDOVER D - PARTLY FURNISHED, FITNESS CENTER $13,900 STRATFORD A - CERAMIC TILE, 2 NEW BATHS, HURRICANE SHUTTER $53,000
NORTHAMPTON S - BEAUTIFUL, CERAMIC TILE , UPGRADES GALORE $28,000 CHATHAM D - UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, RENTABLE $58,000
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 35

Open Clubhouse Aspirin & Heart Attack is taken once a day in dosages
A Good Handyman
Continued from Page 32 ranging from 75 mg to 325 mg.
By Courtney Olsen
for aspirin therapy. Medical If a dose is missed, it can be
We hope you have enjoyed
conditions that may prevent
a wonderful season of Yiddish taken as soon as possible. The Reliable, Dependable and Affordable
daily aspirin use include preg- missed dose can be skipped if it
Culture. This has been a fun- No Job Too Big or Small !!!
nancy, asthma, uncontrolled is almost time for the next dose.
filled, eventful season for you
free of charge.
high blood pressure, stomach Aspirin should not be taken as a Home Repairs Quality Work,
ulcers, liver and kidney dis-
For those of you who are double dose. Reasonable Rates, Prompt Service
ease, or bleeding disorders. For more information about
interested in learning Span- Call for FREE Estimates
Because aspirin is not labeled aspirin and heart attacks, talk
ish, we have a new instructor
who is devoting his time to
teach residents conversational
for use to reduce the risk of heart
attack or clot-related stroke, the
with your doctor or visit the
Century Medical Care Center
Steve 561-722-6087
correct dosage must be provided located inside Century Village
Spanish.
by a health care professional. or call 561-697-3131. o
In the past month there
Nonprescription aspirin usually
have been major changes to
the operation of Channel 63,
your closed circuit television
station. This channel is in-
formative and helpful to the
residents; I encourage you
to watch this channel peri-
odically throughout the day,
as there may be important
notices displayed that you
won’t find elsewhere. If you
have any constructive criti-
cism to improve Channel 63,
please come to the staff office
to leave your suggestions and
comments.
Applications for next sea-
son’s ticket brochure are now
available. Visit the Ticket Of-
fice to pick up an application.
A two dollar fee is charged for
the envelope, which includes
postage for mailing. o

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Org News Rhoda – 478-8559.


Continued from Page 31 April 13th – Card Party
and Luncheon at the Class-
Mark B. Grumet, D.M.D.
Mothers/Father ’s Day sic. Limited space so make GENERAL DENTISTRY
Breakfast 5-9-10 your reservation now. Call
Entertainment by :”Three Florence 683-8453 or Rhoda Conveniently located where you shop
Friends’. 478-8559
A Day at the Zoo 5-26-10 May 9th-23rd Turkey and
All are welcome. Bring a friend. Jerusalem of Gold. Enjoy
Crosstown Plaza
Between Publix and Blockbuster Video
Call the synagogue office exotic Turkey and spend Sha-
for info: 561-689-4417 vouth in Jerusalem. Call Syl- • Exams, Cleanings Call
• Crown and Bridgework

683-0903
via 686-5350
• Implant Bridgework
GIGI’S GROUP
• Partial and Full Dentures
Trips to the Mardi Gras Ca- WOW 2885-H N. Military Trail
• Same Day Repairs, Relines
sino every third Monday of the What a Party! • Other Phases of General Dentistry Hours by Appointment
month. August will be on the How time flies when you
second Monday. On February have fun. On Super Bowl
6, 2011, I’ll be having a trip to Sunday, February 2nd, WOW
the Southern Caribbean for 11 (Women of Wellington) held
days on the Holland America their 7th Annual Block Party MD Now Urgent Care Walk-In Medical Centers • Open 8am to 8pm 365 Days a Year • Call 1-888-MDNOW-911
Noordam, several ports, with at the Wellington West Pool.
prices starting at $1174.15. Over 250 residents of Wel-
Call me at 689-6092 for more lington feasted on a variety
information. of delicious dishes, cakes and
cookies, snacks ad soft drinks
ITALIAN AMERICAN all compliments of WOW.
CULTURE CLUB The weather was cool but as
The Italian American Cul- the music played (provided
ture Club of Century Village by Around Town DJ Alan Lit),
has scheduled a day trip to the the air was filled with laughter
Mardi Gras Casino for Mon- and good cheer as everyone
day, April 12th. Cost is $5.00 got to spend time with old
per person—receive $5.00 friends and had the opportu-
back in bonus play and $3.00 nity to make new ones. Kudos
food voucher. Bus leaves to President Judy Ryan, V.P.’s
from Drexel Plaza at 9:30 AM. Marjorie Marx and Lenore
Contact Dolores @ 688-0876 Velcoff and their crew of vol-
for more information. unteers (including Dom Guar-
nagia) for all their hard work.
NA’AMAT USA The 2 Super Bowl Pools (one
(PIONEER WOMEN) could not contain all those
Meets the 4th Tuesday of who wanted to participate)
the month at 1:00PM at the were won by eight football
Cypress Lakes Auditorium. enthusiasts. Congratulations
Mini-lunch and interesting to all of them. All attendees
programs; guest always wel- agreed – another wonderful
come. For information call WOW extravaganza. o

Peppino’s Italian Restaurant


1290 N. Military Trail • 681-6575
Owners Agnes and Danny welcome you to Peppino’s

Early Bird Everyday


including soup and salad, entree, rolls,
beverage and dessert from $9.95
Lunch special: 10" sandwich with free drink
and chips — $5.95
COUPON COUPON

$2 OFF EACH DINNER


BUY 1 ENTREE
GET 2nd 1/2 OFF
EXPIRES FEB 28, 2010 EXPIRES FEB 28, 2010

UCO Office Hours: Monday thru Thursday,


9:00 am-1:00 pm; Friday, 12:00 noon-4:00
pm. Wellington/Royal Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens Boynton Beach Lake Worth Boca Raton/Delray
11551 Southern Blvd 9060 N Military Trail 2272 N Congress Avenue 4570 Lantana Road 7035 Beracasa Way
The UCO Office Address: 2102 West Drive, Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Lake Worth, FL 33463 Boca Raton, FL 33433
West Palm Beach, Florida 33417 Phone (561) 798-9411 Phone (561) 622-2442 Phone (561) 737-1927 Phone (561) 963-9881 Phone (561) 361-1515
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The Mail Bag Stay in Touch: Watch Channel 63


Continued from Page 6
To all the delegates who Your Channel 63 Team has modified the way Channel 63 displays all informa-
cast their vote for Mr. Israel, I tion.
hope you have a clean record We are currently running all information within a 25 minute schedule that From the Desk of
because if you don’t, your vote repeats all day. Commissioner
may come back to bite you. This includes the Village Report, The Happenings, All Classes available cur-
In the 1960s, I exercised rently, all Clubs/Organizations, UCO meetings and all public service announcements.
Jeff Koons
Mr. Israel’s freedom of speech Please take time to view this NEW approach and then give us your critique.
during the Vietnam War when All suggestions will be reviewed and we hope to implement any new recom-
many young and poor middle mendations that we receive from you.
class men were dying while Thanks for your participation. Census 2010 — We’re important.
Senators and Congressmen’s Your Channel 63 Team Counting on You! For those who fail to return
children were sent to college It’s crunch time for the their census survey, a census
to be exempt from serving. 2010 U.S. Census. The once- field worker will be assigned
The government Mr. Israel per-decade, nationwide head to visit the home. Field work-
secretly worked for decided count is crucial in terms of ers go door-to-door in neigh-
to shut us up with teargas us- divvying up more than $400 borhoods, hospitals, nursing
ing the excuse the mob was billion in federal monies to homes, mobile home parks,
unruly. I was there. It was an fund local social services and half-way houses, homeless
amazing peaceful demonstra- grant programs, and to build shelters, under bridges and
tion and did not require the use roads, schools and hospitals. in wooded areas to locate
of teargas to break it up. Census data is also used to set residents. Even inmates in jails
Freedom of speech: legislative boundaries and de- and prisons must be counted.
Does this mean, if I over- termine how many seats each Census workers operate
heard a rumor on a bus saying, state gets in the U.S. House under the “3 P’s” — be polite,
David Israel held secret meet- of Representatives. The more professional and persistent.
ings with Comcast Executives residents are counted in Palm They may stop at the same
and I printed this, it would be Beach County, the bigger our address up to six times if
Okay? slice of the federal pie. So necessary to find somebody
Is this Freedom of Speech? please do your part. home. And don’t be offended
Olga Wolkenstein If you have already filled if your neighbors are asked
out and mailed back your cen- for information about your
sus form, good for you. If not, whereabouts and schedule.

O O
please make it a point to do so. If a census worker knocks
It takes just a few minutes to on your door, treat them
answer the 10 questions, the with respect. He or she is
information is confidential
and, as mentioned, it’s very Continued on Page 39
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 39

From Comm. Koons on you! Who You Gonna shrink. “Come talk to me three three times a week for a year
Continued from Page 38 As always, I welcome your times a week and we should be is an awful lot of money! A
there only to help you to comments and questions. Listen To? able to get rid of those fears.” bartender cured me for $10.
complete your form. If you Please feel free to contact me Ever since I was a child, “How much do you charge?” I was so happy to have saved
d o n ’t u n d e r s t a n d s o m e- or my staff at 355-2202. o I’ve always had a fear of “Eighty dollars per visit,” all that money that I went and
thing, just ask. You are not someone under my bed at replied the doctor. bought me a new pickup!”
required to provide any in- night. So I went to a shrink and “I’ll sleep on it,” I said. “Is that so?” with a bit of an
formation other than what is Road rules at inter- told him I’ve got problems. Six months later, the doctor attitude he said. “And how, may
on the survey. Non-citizens sections: Making a turn, “Every time I go to bed, I think met me on the street. I ask, did a bartender cure you?”
and undocumented resi- you are required to sig- there’s somebody under it. I’m “Why didn’t you come to “He told me to cut the legs
dents will not be arrested nal. This is not only the scared. I think I’m going crazy.” see me about those fears you off the bed! Ain’t nobody un-
or deported for filling out a “Just put yourself in my were having?” he asked. der there now!!!”
census form. law, it is essential for hands for one year,” said the “Well, eighty bucks a visit From the Internet
The door-to-door campaign safety. The first vehicle

ILONA’S
Ladies’ Hair Cut $16 - Style $17 & Up
will continue into early sum- to reach the intersec- Ladies’ Cut & Style $26 (& Up for Long Hair)
mer, and additional census tion has the right of Men’s Haircut $13 - Senior Men’s $10
workers may be needed. If you Full Service Salon
are interested in some part- way. If more than one
2010 Special Pampering Package $79
Total Time 2½ Hour (reg. $115) Tuesday-Thursday 9:00 am-4:30 pm
time work, please call 866- vehicle reaches the in- 1 Collagen or Seaweed Facial
1 Manicure, 1 Spa Pedicure
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-7:00 pm
5772 Okeechobee Blvd, WPB, FL 33417
861-2010. Census takers are tersection at the same 1 Hairstyle or Haircut Century Plaza South
Paraffin Hand Treatment
paid about $15 an hour plus time, the vehicle on Across from Century Village
55 cents per mile. Job candi- Manicure/Spa Pedicure $29 561-721-0002
dates must pass an exam and the right has the right Manicure/Spa Pedicure French $35
Hair Services
a criminal background check. of way. Do not assume Color, Cut, Style Special $53 (Matrix) Skin Care
Highlight Lowlight Special $65 (Matrix)
The exam has 28 multiple- that any other driver Perm, Cut, Style Special $55 (Matrix)
Nail Care
choice questions that measure knows these rules. Pull Including FREE Deep Conditioning Waxing
clerical, number, reading and Se Habla Español
organizational skills. Practice out of an intersection Make Up Application/Consultation $23
(Your chance to learn how to look your best)

tests are available online at cautiously and, if pos-


Updos for $29
Waxing Special: Second Is Half Off
www.2010censusjobs.com, sible, signal with a ges- Mini Facial Special for $25 (Minus Coupon) $2 OFF Any Hair Service
Back Facial Special for $23 (Minus Coupon) $4 OFF Any Facial Service
and the test may be taken more ture to the other
than once. Gift Certificates Are Also Available! Coupon Expires 4/30/10
As with any successful driver(s).
public information campaign,
the message has to be simple
BESS FOOT & ANKLE CENTER
Dr. Michael S. Bess
and direct and reinforced of- Podiatric Physican & Surgeon
ten. Palm Beach County has Board Certified in Foot Surgery by ABMSP
been promoting Census 2010 CROSSTOWN PLAZA
with public service announce- 2885 N. Military Trail, Suite J
ments and special segments West Palm Beach, FL 33409
on programs such as “On 20” 689-0303
and “County Connection.” Conveniently Located Near Publix on Century Village Bus Route

Palm Tran, the county’s transit • Specializing in Treatment of Foot or Leg Wounds
system, has message banners • Diabetic Foot Care
in three languages inside and
outside its buses, as well as
• Diabetic Shoes Dispensed in Office
specially printed bus passes. • Fungal or Ingrown Nail Problems
We have also held a series of • Heel or Arch Pain
public meetings with faith- • Foot and Ankle Injuries, Broken Bones
based community leaders to • Corns and Calluses
help get the message out. • Bunions, Hammertoes, Bone Spurs
Remember, Census 2010 is
an opportunity to receive fed-
• Custom-Made Arch Supports and Orthotics
eral funding we’re entitled to, • House Call Visits
but we have to be able to prove • Urgent Problems Seen Same Day
how many people are actually For Appointments Call 689-0303
living in Palm Beach County. Medicare and Most Insurance Plans Accepted
Please fill out and return your House Calls Are Available
census form — we’re counting

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
U-19958 U-20177 Tel: 561-333-1036
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Jukeboxes in on a single side, they evolved to www.maryjeanmasters.com • maryjeanmastersre@yahoo.com


Office: 561-804-9603 • Fax: 561-228-6216
reflect this new fact of life.
Restaurants While 1950s-style restau- MARY JEAN MASTERS,
2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 107, WPB, FL 33411
Directions to Office: Okeechobee Blvd. W., over the turnpike to Vista Parkway. Turn right
to 2101 Vista Parkway (Crexent Building suite 107, West Palm Beach, FL, 33411)
Since around the 1940s, the rants have retro-style juke- LIC. BROKER
American jukebox had been ANNUAL RENTALS
boxes, most eateries today UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
part of the American restau- prefer to have multiple TVs as CANTERBURY B CARPET, TRANSPORTATION, CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER $450
rant scene. A descendant of the ANDOVER D BEAUTYFULL, FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $525
background noise, especially NORTHAMPTON L CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $500
nickelodeon showing “what if they play sports. CHATHAM U FURN, NEAR AMENITIES, CENTER OF EVERYTHING, FIT CTR, CLUBHOUSE $400
the butler saw,” they would NORTHAMPTON S CT, CARPET, FULLY FURNISHED, APPLIANCES NEW $500
Those restaurants that do ANDOVER M CARPET, CT, FURNISHED, NEW A/C CORNER UNIT TRANSPORTATION $600
provide songs, one for a dime, opt for music may just turn on KENT F UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL, GARDENVIEW $550
three for a quarter. COVENTRY E FURNISHED-NEW, CENTRAL A/C, PET FRIENDLY $550
a radio set to a mellow station. CAMDEN B UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL $475
Traditionally, jukeboxes held If they encounter attorneys WINDSOR I FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE $475
“singles” — vinyl records hold- WINDSOR D FURNISHED, CARPET, LIFT, WEST GATE, WATERVIEW $475
from music royalty agencies BERKSHIRE D FURNISHED, CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEAR WEST GATE $475
ing one song on each side. With demanding payment, they may SUSSEX I FURNISHED, PERGO FLOORS, QUIET AREA, VERY CLEAN $525
the advent of compact discs, WINDSOR K PT. FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW FRIDGE & DISHWASHER $500
prefer to cease and desist. CANTERBURY H FURNISHED CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $475
which contained an entire album From the Internet GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
SHEFFIELD F FURNISHED CERAMIC TILE CARPET NEAR HASTING CENTRAL AIR $500
NORWICH H UNFURNISHED, NEW BATH & KITCHEN, CERAMIC TILE C/A $600
 BERKSHIRE G
KENT G
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET
FURN/UNFURN, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, ALSO SEASONAL
$550
$450
 SALISBURY B FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDENVIEW, 2 A/C UNITS $500
 NORTHAMPTON L
KENT G
FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW
FURNISHED, NEW CARPET, NEAR POOL, NICE LOCATION
$500
$550
 SUSSEX A FURNISHED, NEW BEDROOM, CERAMIC TILE, WALK IN SHOWER $550
NORWICH I UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WALL UNITS , WELL KEPT $550
 CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW APPLIANCES $550
 SHEFFIELD F FURNISHED, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $525
CHATHAM N FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTER OF EVERYTHING, TRANSP, FITNESS $510
 CAMDEN E FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, TRANS, CLOSE TO GATE, $550
 UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH
KENT N CT, FURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTIFULLY REDONE, TRANS $625
 ANDOVER A FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE, $550
 DOVER B FURNISHED, LARGER PATIO, BRAND NEW KITCHEN, SHOWER STALL $800
 SOUTHAMPTON A PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, GOLF VIEW
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH
$450

SUSSEX A UNFURNISHED, REDONE, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $500


EASTHAMPTON G FULLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $650
SOUTHAMPTON B FURN, CARPET, LARGE PATIO, NEAR POOL $500
SOUTHAMPTON B FURNISHED, CARPET, DEVELOPMENT HAS OWN POOL $550

WILLS, TRUSTS, NORWICH H

WALTHAM H
UPGRADES GALORE!! CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
CERAMIC TILE, NEW KIT W/GRANITE TOPS, NEW VANTIES IN BATH
$550

$575
ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE, NORTHAMPTON A
CAMDEN E
FURNISHED, NEW APPLIANCES, 2 A/C UNITS
FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, NEAR POOL
$600
$525
REAL ESTATE LAW CANTERBURY F FURNISHED, LOWER SET BACK, NEAR POOL
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
$550

OXFORD 300 WTRVW, FIT CTR, CH, TRANS, CT, CLEAN, DEVELOP HAS OWN POOL $850
WINDSOR I WATERVIEW, NEAR GATE, BEAUTYFULL, FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE $650
GEORGIANA F. DAMBRA WELLINGTON L
GOLFS EDGE E
UNFURNISHED, NEW EVERYTHING, NEAR WEST GATE
FULLY FURNISHED, CARPET, LINOLEUM, NEAR CLUBHOUSE
$900
$750
KAREN LEVIN ALEXANDER CHATHAM K
NORWICH F
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW STOVE & NEW REFRIG.
FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN, WALL UNITS
$650
$600
STRATFORD B FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE, CERAMIC TILE $650
Attorneys at Law STRATFORD K FURNISHED, LARGE PATIO, CEILING FANS, 2 BATHS
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
$600

ALEXANDER & DAMBRA SOMERSET J


SOMERSET K
CT, TRANS, CH, FITNESS, NEW APPL, WATERVIEW
UNFURNISHED, REDONE, NEAR WEST GATE
$750
$700
CHATHAM D UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, CENTRAL AIR $600
5737 OKEECHOBEE BLVD. STRATFORD J FULLY FURN CERAMIC TILE, 2 BATHS, BEAUTY
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1/1.5 BATH
$800

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BEDFORD D
FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE
NEW TILE, A/C FURN/UNFURNISHED, WALK IN SHOWER
$550
$600
(561) 471-5708 EASTHAMPTON D
COVENTRY G
FURN, NEW BATH, CA, CARPET, SHOWER STALL NEW KIT
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, C/A NEW KITCHEN, IMMACULATE
$600
$550
WINDSOR M FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $550
WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33417 UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
DORCHESTER B PARTLY FURN, CARPET, 5 CEILING FANS, NEW A/C, GARDENVIEW $600
LOCATED IN THE NORWICH H UNFURN/FURN, CT, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE UPGRADES $600
SALISBURY G CERAMIC TILE, NEW APPL $595
BANK ATLANTIC BUILDING CANTERBURY E
CHATHAM D
NEW BEDROOM, CERAMIC TILE, CORNER UNIT
FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW KITCHEN
$480
$650
1/4 MILE EAST OF THE TURNPIKE GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
SOMERSET K UNFURN, CT, TRANS, CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER $700
CHATHAM K NEWLY REDONE,FURNISHED, COVERED PATIO $725
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 BATH
NORWICH F FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW,CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER $600
ANDOVER A PT. FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR, GARDEN VIEW $550
CANTERBURY CERAMIC TILE, LOTS OF LIGHT, ENCL PATIO, CUL-DE-SAC, NEAR POOL $480
WINDSOR J FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTY $750
NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW $575
ANDOVER M FURN, CARPET, CT, NEW AC, CORNER UNIT, TRANS $600
15 YEARS IN CENTURY VILLAGE UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1 BATH
NORWICH O FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDENVIEW $600
WALTHAM I FURN/UNFURNISHED, CARPET, C/A, NEAR EAST GATE, GARDEN $650
COVENTRY B NEAR FITNESS CENTER, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE,UNFURNISHED $600
SEASONAL
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
Call Ed Wood for Your DOVER B
COVENTRY A
CERAMIC TILE, LARGE PATIO, NEW KITCHEN, SHOWER STALL
CERAMIC TILE, QUEEN SIZE BED, BATHS REDONE, CARPET
$1,200
$1,200
NORWICH H NEW APPL. IN KITCHEN, NEW A/C , CERAMIC TILE $1,050
Household Repairs WINDSOR J
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 BATH
NR WEST GATE, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $1,150

Including Verticals
NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, FULL SIZE BED & SOFA BED $1,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
BERKSHIRE G WOOD FLOORS, NEWER APPLIANCES, 2 CEILING FANS $1,000

Mailbox Locks BERKSHIRE D


WINDSOR D
CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE & POOL
CARPET, WATERVIEW, CLOSE TO WEST GATE
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
$950
$950

Patio Plastic Windows STRATFORD K


GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
$1,200

Ed Wood
DOVER B BEAUTY, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATERVIEW, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $1,200
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
WALTHAM B CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, EXTRA PATIO, BEAUTIFUL SEASONAL $1,200

(Senior) Handyman
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
KENT G CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL & WEST GATE $1,000
SHEFFIELD F NEAR HASTING FITNESS CENTER, CLEAN & FRESH $950
CAMDEN G CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, SCREENED PATIO $900
SALISBURY G CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION $1,125
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH
COVENTRY G FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, NEW KITCHEN $1,200
LICENSE # 23676
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 41

Consumer Traps duct cleaning service for just myfloridalicense.com) or price without providing **********
$99! Sounding too good to be Palm Beach County Contrs details as to what the price Check on the company you
and Tips true, she decided she would Certification (561-233- covers.  Are the workers are considering by going to the
By Dennis Moore get more information before 5525, http://www.pbcgov. experienced? A careless Palm Beach County Consumer
Palm Beach County calling the company. com/pzb/Contrs) to verify technician can damage your Affairs Web site: http://www.
Consumer Affairs Division Tips the contr’s license status is ducts. Ask for references, pbcgov.com/consumer or call
********** Here are some tips to con- active. and get quotes from at least at 561-712-6600 (Boca/Delray
Topic: Dietary Supplements sider before hiring a duct • Be wary of businesses that three licensed companies.  1-888-852-7362 toll free). o
Trap cleaning company: want to clean ducts without If they pressure you into
Health-conscious, 52-year-
old Mary was looking to slow
• According to the U.S. Envi-
ronmental Protection Agen-
inspecting them first or of-
fer services at a very low
0
buying additional services,
find another company.
0 0
the effects of aging and im- cy (EPA, http://www.epa.
prove her overall health. She
ordered a free trial of a prod-
gov), there is no scientific
evidence that duct clean-
AVIA-CARE, INC./NURSE REGISTRY
uct she saw on the Internet. ing improves air quality or “Where Quality Care and Service is our Aim”
It promised to increase her prevents health problems.
energy and help her sleep at However, the EPA does Our Services Are Affordable:
night too. After taking some recommend duct cleaning
pills for two weeks, she started • Bathing • Register Nurses
when mold is visible or the
having headaches and chest ducts are clogged with dust • Dressing • Licensed Practical Nurses
pains. Her doctor told her to that can be released into • Medication Supervision • Certified Nurse Aides
stop taking the supplements your home.
immediately. What should • Light Housekeeping • Home Health Aides
• A license is required for
Mary have done? cont­r s who provide duct • Shopping • Companions
Tips cleaning services. Check • Skilled Nursing • Homemakers
Many online companies of- with the Florida Dept. of
fer dietary supplements, and • Diabetic Teaching • Live-Ins
Busi­n ess & Professional
while supplements can be used
safely by most people, some
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can be harmful. Some impor-
tant tips to consider before
purchasing supplements are:
• Don’t be influenced by
celebrity endorsements of
a product. Check with your
doctor first as some supple-
ments may interact with
your prescription drugs.
Catwalk Beautification Specialists
• Shop around before you
buy from an out-of-state or
foreign company. You may
Destiny, Inc. has applied decorative resurface coatings on Condo Catwalks
be able to find comparable for 22 years.
products locally.
• Read all the terms and con-
ditions of the purchase sale. Our Coating is a True Decorative Cement Resurfacing for Catwalks &
A free trial may obligate
you to buy additional prod-
not a PAINT BASED COAT, which is often applied to imitate the look of
uct with automatic monthly a TRUE Cement Coat.
billing and deliveries or
convert to a membership if
not canceled within the trial We have applied our Decorative System to, literally,
period.
• Be skeptical of “miracle”
Hundreds of Condo Buildings.
supplements, “wonder”
cures or any product of- From: (City)......................................... (Community Example)
fering a “quick fix.” If it West Palm Beach........................... Palm Club – 24 Buildings
sounds too good to be true,
it probably is. Greenacres..................... Pine Ridge North III – 17 Buildings
• Do your own research with Lake Worth............................. Poinciana Place – 9 Buildings
agencies such as National Delray Beach &..................Huntington Lakes – 42 Buildings
Institutes of Health, http://
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlin- Vicinity..................................Huntington Point – 8 Buildings
eplus/dietarysupplements. ...............................................Lakes of Delray – 20 Buildings
html, the U.S. Food and Boca Raton............................ Century Village – 25 Buildings
Drug Administration, http://
www.fda.gov, and the U.S. Deerfield Beach....................... Century Village – 5 Buildings
Department of Agriculture,
http://www.nutrition.gov.
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Topic: Air-Conditioning
Also we have Completed Multiple Commercial and Municipal
Duct Cleaning Buildings: From W. Palm Bch. (Example: Palm Beach International
Trap
Linda suffers from allergies Airport) to Key West (Example: Duval Square)
and wondered if duct cleaning
would improve her health and Destiny, Inc. West Palm Beach, FL
increase the efficiency of her

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She saw a glossy advertise-
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“Phony Vets” Actors and Their Roles


Name the actor who played the following roles: • SCREEN REPLACEMENT
Soliciting 11: Thomas Edison, Henry M. Stanley, Father Flanagan
• REPAIR WORK • GLASS TINTING
12: Hamish Bond, Rhett Butler, a boxer named Cain
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13: George Bailey, Monty Stratton, Charles Lindbergh
Non-Veterans Dressed 14: Stanley Kowalski, Terry Malloy, Don Corleone
In Fatigues Fool Public 15: Billy Mitchell, Will Kane, Longfellow Deeds
Into Giving Money, Real 16: Peter Blood, Philip Gailey, Gentleman Jim Corbett
17: Rocky Graziano, Ben Quick, Butch Cassidy
Veterans Say ANY SCREEN REPLACEMENT
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. —
18: Rick Blaine, Mad Dog Earle, Sam Spade
19: Atticus Finch, Capt. Horatio Hornblower, Ahab OR REPAIR WORK
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Veterans call it disgraceful. 10: Moses, Ben-Hur, El Cid

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Sen. Dan Gelber wants to Answers: 1: Spencer Tracy; 2: Clark Gable; 3: Jimmy Stewart; 4: Marlon
Brando; 5: Gary Cooper; 6: Errol Flynn; 7: Paul Newman; 8: Humphrey
make it a felony. Bogart; 9: Gregory Peck; 10: Charlton Heston. Grading: 0-3: You’re no
The problem, men dressed film buff; 4-5: Not half bad; 6-7; You’ve got a good memory for movies
Replace: Vinyl Windows: Torn or old looking
in military fatigues at intersec- and names; 8-9: Outstanding; 10: Roger Ebert and Gene Shalit should be window screens
tions and grocery stores, solic- getting pointers from you. Chuck Otterson
iting donations for veterans.
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Real military vets say non- Frank Ferrante 2008-07499 2008-07498
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“Why do they need to wear “All Electrical Work” 561-968-7520
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Don Rickard, Treasurer of the $10 OFF Service Call • Family Owned • Professionals
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“It galls me. Words can’t
describe it,” said Harry
Ahrens with The Veterans of
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Foreign Wars.
Senate Bill 1824 — which
earned a 10-0 vote in the com-
mittee — would make it a
felony to misrepresent oneself
as a veteran or member of the
U.S. Armed forces in order NEUROSCIENCE CENTER
to collect donations from the
public.
In many of Florida’s major
cities, paid solicitors asking
motorists and shoppers for
contributions.are dressed in
military combat uniforms and
stationed on street corners and
at retail stores.
“This is a critical first step
toward passage, and I thank
my colleagues for joining
me in standing up for our
veterans all across Florida,”
Gelber said. “The unanimous
vote just goes to show that
impersonating our veterans
for personal enrichment won’t
be tolerated.”
The bill next heads to the
senate criminal justice com-
mittee for a hearing.
“Do you get any money?
How much money do you
get?” Weinsier asked “Brian,”
a non-veteran who was wear-
ing fatigues and soliciting Comprehensive Stroke Center
on Hillsboro Boulevard and
Federal Highway for an or- From left to right: David Petruska, MD – Neurosurgeon; Ali R. Malek, MD – Interventional Neurologist;
ganization called Veterans in Renee Scharf, MD – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Jacques Farkas, MD – Neurosurgeon; Jeffrey Rubin, MD – Neurologist
Need Foundation.
“Sir, I have no comment,” For stroke victims, the best place for the greatest chance for survival is at a Comprehensive Stroke
the man replied. Center. The Neuroscience Center at St. Mary’s has earned that coveted designation and offers
Weinsier asked Josh Riley, the most advanced stroke treatment and technology. Plus, our dedicated specialists are with you
the Chief Operating Officer 24/7, from the moment a stroke occurs through recovery. A return to a normal life doesn’t take
for the foundation, how much
a miracle, just a stroke of genius from St. Mary’s.
money collected actually goes
to veterans. For more information or physician referral, please call 561-882-9100.
“We don’t have a figure to
give to the public at this time,” Faith, community and healthcare for more than 70 years.
Riley said.
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Depression in feeling sad, “blue” or “down in be taken in the proper dosage portunity to talk with specially ting better will take time, but
the dumps.” It is a medical ill- amount, on the right schedule trained professionals who can with the support of profession-
Seniors ness. Some steps can be taken and for the duration of time help the elderly deal with de- als, family and friends, seniors
The golden years are sup- to lower the risk of depression: prescribed by the physician. pression, suicidal thoughts or can enjoy their later years and
posed to be a time to rest, relax • Maintain friendships and Counseling in the form of other problems.   live life to the fullest.
and enjoy the fruits of a lifetime family ties to help ease the support groups may be rec- Persistent depression that For more information or
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many seniors have the opportu- • Develop a hobby to keep the develop new coping skills tivities is not a normal part of specializes in psychiatry, con-
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PalmTran Bus West Gate/Okeechobee CV to Community Drive/Bank of


entrance. Cross Okeechobee America stop. Cross Military
Information for Blvd. and wait for the Shuttle, Trail and walk to Publix.
Century Village or enter CV and take the CV Regardless of where you
#1 bus to the Clubhouse. may be, if you can get or
Bus Passengers Wal-Mart Supercenter/ transfer to the PalmTran #43
Submitted by Belvedere Road: Walk across and/or #3 buses, you can get
Shirley Olivera the parking lot to the corner to Century Village West Gate
PalmTran Passenger Infor- of Belvedere Road/SR-441 entrance or from Publix at
mation and Customer Service: and take #43 East to the CV Community Drive.
561/841-4287 or toll-free West Gate entrance. Cross PalmTran bus schedules
1-877-930-4287. Okeechobee Blvd. and wait are available at the Public
Occasionally CV bus pas- for the Shuttle, or enter CV Library. Both the #43 and
sengers miss the last external and take the CV #1 bus to the #3 run every half hour on
CV bus to the Village. If Clubhouse. weekdays. The #43 route runs
this should happen to you, Wa l - M a r t G r o c e r y / from Wellington Mall/West to
do not despair or call a taxi. Okeechobee and Jog Road: the downtown Intermodal Bus
You can get back to Century Cross Okeechobee Blvd. at Depot/East. The #3/Military
Village via PalmTran bus, as Jog Rd. to the stop in front Trail/North route runs from
follows: In all cases, alert the of Home Depot and take the Gardens Mall/North to Boca
PalmTran bus driver of your #43 East to the CV West Gate Raton Mall/South. It also stops
destination if you’re not sure entrance. Cross Okeechobee at the VA Hospital transfer
where to get off. Blvd. and wait for the Shuttle, point. Do not board any bus
Note: PalmTran #43 no or enter CV and take the CV if you do not know or are un-
longer stops at the Palm Beach #1 bus to the Clubhouse. sure of where it stops! Do not
Lakes Mall. Cross-County/K-Mart hesitate to ask the driver if the
Gardens Mall: Exit the Shopping Center: Turn left bus stops at your destination.
Mall from Sears Automotive at Ross’s Dept. Store, cross If not, the driver will tell you
Service, turn right and walk to the street to Deal’s Discount which bus to take. o
the PalmTran bus depot. Take Store. Walk to Military Trail
the #3 South to the Commu- PalmTran bus stop and take

v
nity Drive stop in front of the the #3 North to Community
Bank of America branch. Walk Drive/Bank of America stop.
over to Publix for the CV bus. Cross Military Trail and take
Wellington Mall: Exit the the CV bus at Publix.
Mall from Macy’s rear doors. Palm Beach Lakes Mall:
Walk across the parking lot Take the #33 South to Cross-
to the PalmTran bus depot County Mall/Military Trail
and take the #43 East to the stop. Transfer for the #3 North
April 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 47

Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: January 1, 2010


Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Dover 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Somerset 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03
D
1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
Berkshire 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 r 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Camden 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 i 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
Windsor 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 v 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
UCO Office (When Open) 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 e 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 Except Saturday and Sunday
Wellington L & M 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 r 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
s
Wellington Circle 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 '
1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Andover 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Kingswood 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 L 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Plaza 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
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Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30
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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
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Sussex 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
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Canterbury 8:15 9:15 10:15 11:15 e 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
Cambridge 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 r 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Dorchester 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 s 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Oxford 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 ' 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Stratford 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22
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Sheffield 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 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 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' * Only Friday, from 6:00pm on, will stop at Anshei
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner Sholom; on request
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 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 D
1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
Southampton 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 r 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
Bedford C 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 i 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Golf's Edge 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10 v 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
Coventry 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 e 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
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Norwich 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
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Salisbury 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 ' 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Waltham 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Easthampton 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 L 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Plaza 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
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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 12:45
Please be at your bus stop 10
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 minutes before your pickup
Salon 27 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04
Library 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 time.
Humana 9:10 10:10 11:10 D 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10
Walmart Supermarket 9:16 10:16 11:16 r
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Century Plaza 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22
Emporium Shoppes 9:26 10:26 11:26
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Baby Supermarket
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Village ID When Boarding
Perimeter Drive On Request On Request ALL Buses
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45
Mall Bus Route
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Morse Home Drop off 9:05
K-Mart 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 **
The Holiday bus will
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Church 9:20 10:20 11:17 r L 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 5 PM MALL BUS run on New Year's
Palm Beach Mall/Target 9:23 10:23 11:23 i u 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 RUNS ON Day, July 4th,
Village Commons 9:28 10:28 11:28 v n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 SATURDAY Thanksgiving Day
Publix 9:33 10:33 11:33 e c 1:33 2:33 3:33 4:33 5:33 ONLY
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Post Office Drop off / Pick Up Tuesday & Thursday Only 2:35 3:35
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Morse Home Pickup 1:40
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45
Express Bus Route Excursion Bus *Monday* (Excludes the 2nd Monday)
Perimeter Drive 8:45 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM Pick Up Times
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 Chase Bank On Request
Walgreens 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 Wellington Mall 1:15 PM
Pine Trail Square 9:08 10:08 11:08 D 1:08 2:08 3:08 target , Golden Corral Leaves clubhouse 10:35AM 2:05 & 2:10
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 r L 1:09 2:09 3:09 walmart 2:15pm
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Winn Dixie 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 Excursion Bus *Wednesday* (Excludes the 4th Wednesday)
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Publix 9:28 10:28 11:28 e c 1:28 2:28 3:28 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35PM Pick Up Times
Chase Bank On Request r h On Request City Place 10:05 AM 2:00 PM
Perimeter Drive 9:38 10:38 11:38 s 1:38 2:38 3:38 Gardens Mall 10:35 AM 1:30 PM
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 Return Clubhouse 2:30 PM

Sundays & Holidays Bus Route (Combo)


Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Walgreen's 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 The Excursion Bus will go to Lake
Pine Trail 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 Worth Beach on the 2nd
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 D 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 r L 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14
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pm) and to the Carnival Flea Market
Church 9:20 10:28 11:25 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25
Palm Beach Mall 11:28
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Village Commons 9:34 10:34 11:34 r h 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 Wednesday (Leaves 9:35 am - Picks Up
Emporium Shoppes 9:40 10:40 11:40 s 1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40 1:45 pm) of the Month.
Lowes 9:41 10:41 11:41 1:41 2:41 3:41 4:41 5:41
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48
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