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June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Volume 29, No. 6 Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB) June 2010
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Hurricane Check List


The President’s Below is a list of things you should do before, during and after a hurricane. This short list was put together from all
the information the Emergency Committee could find. See Page 4 for a hurricane kit check list.
Corner: Things to Do Now
01. Review your insurance policy.
David Israel 02. Call the UCO Office if you must depend on electricity for your life support in any manner. Example: oxygen, refrigera-
tion for insulin, etc.
03. If you want to install shutters, speak with your Association President. Storm panels are recommended. (Note: Century
Village is not an evacuation area. Our buildings and our area are considered very safe in a hurricane.)
By the time this issue of the Reporter goes to press and is 04. If you are leaving for the hurricane season, remove or secure all items on your patio. Take them inside. Remember, it
distributed, most of our snowbirds will have said their good- is not the wind that destroys, but the objects the wind throws around that causes destruction.
05. Trim all your trees.
byes to their permanent resident neighbors and gone north for
06. Select a safe room in your apartment, away from windows and doors and all flying debris. Example: Use your bathroom
the summer. Our annual spring migration leaves about half our
if it has no windows, or a hallway.
population, approximately 7,000 persons, in residence in the 07. Check stair lights and emergency lights on building.
Village. 08. Make arrangements to secure awnings.
It is quieter here in the summer, but we are still busy on Things to Do One or Two Days Before the Storm
many fronts. The following is an update on some of the things 01. Remove all patio furniture.
that are now going on. Please read my separate article on the 02. Install your shutters — lower awnings.
changes in Investigations. We are on the threshold of making 03. Remove recyclable containers to your laundry room and secure your Dumpsters. Tie down lids.
this whole process faster and more efficient. 04. Fill your car’s gasoline tank.
Teaching an old dog new tricks: 05. Turn your refrigerator and freezer to its coldest settings and freeze water in plastic jugs. They will keep food colder
Yes, it can be done — with patience and one-on-one instruc- longer, if electricity goes off, and when thawed out can be used for drinking.
tion. I’m talking about learning how to operate your TV with 06. Wear your Medic Alert tag.
the new Comcast box and remote. Don’t despair — even if you 07. Clean your bathtub and then fill with water for sanitary purposes. This is not for drinking.
attended one of the major training sessions by Comcast sales 08. Place all your valuables, such as treasured pictures, personal papers, insurance papers, etc., in waterproof containers or
plastic garbage bags. Store them on the top shelf of the closet. Also wills, contracts, deeds and bonds, passports, Social
personnel held earlier at the clubhouse and came away still
Security cards, bank accounts, immunization cards, birth certificates, etc.
scratching your head.
09. Secure checkbook, cash, ATM card. Do not leave valuables in a home safe during the hurricane.
Bob Marshall has overseen small training classes during 10. For those on electric assisted oxygen: Get the necessary portable tanks for their needs (two-hour, six-hour or seven-day
April and May at the UCO building in the conference room supplies) in case of prolonged power outages.
there. These will be continued through the summer and for as 11. For those on insulin: Get a small insulated cooler and ice packs so you can keep insulin cool during outages without
long as needed. These sessions — where you get individual many trips to the refrigerator.
one-on-one attention—have been very successful. Dates and 12. For all emergencies: Call 911.
times for them are on Channel 63. Call Bob at the UCO office During the Hurricane
(683-9189) to get your name on the list to attend. 01. Stay in your safe room or hallway.
Perimeter road drainage and upgrades: 02. Close and stay away from all windows.
You have probably seen this work going on — a clean out 03. If electricity goes off, use only flashlights during the storm.
of the main drain pipes around the perimeter roads. This has 04. Keep on your person at all times keys to home and car, driver’s license, cash.
been completed, and we are now implementing an ongoing 05. Bring into the safe room a pillow or mattress in case you need to cover yourself from flying debris. Also bring in as
program to keep the drains unblocked. Can you imagine—we many items from the hurricane list as you can — especially water.
found two drains that had been covered over with asphalt! They 06. If no electricity, use your battery-operated radio and tune in to FM 100.7 Y-100; 107.9 WIRK; 102.3 WHLG; AM 1290
WBZT; 1450 WSTV. Don’t listen to rumors. Get the truth from the radio.
were cleared, of course, and we then experienced an immediate
After the Hurricane
reduction in the flooding.
01. Stay tuned to the radio for instructions.
Soon to commence is an engineering study to determine the 02. Don’t use the telephone, unless you have a life-threatening emergency.
upgrades needed in order to reverse the deterioration of roads 03. Don’t use electrical appliances until they are dry.
throughout the Village. You will be hearing more about this 04. Don’t drink tap water unless you are told it is OK. Boil the water for five minutes before using.
in the future. Special thanks are due to Sal Bummolo and our 05. Do not refreeze thawed out food. If electricity is out, try store foods in freezer compartment.
CAM, Rodger Carver, for their efforts in regard to these drain- 06. Your Security and C.O.P. rover cars will be around to make sure all buildings are secure.
age and deterioration problems. 07. If you are able-bodied and would like to assist your troubled neighbors, report to the Command Post — the old UCO
An answer to overflowing file cabinets: Office by the Camden Pool.
A team effort led by Bob Marshall is underway to remedy 08. After the storm, if you have problems, call the UCO Office at 683-9189 and speak to the Emergency Committee.
the problem of overflowing file cabinets and cardboard boxes
of files on the floor at the UCO office; in the UCO Reporter of-
Beat the Clock
Delegate Meeting
fice at the Camden Pool; and in various other rooms and desks.
There are materials and records we would like to access, but
we are uncertain if they even exist! We will be determining,
The deadline for
first of all, what items for legal and historical reasons we must the UCO Reporter ac­

Fri, Jun 4, 9:30 am


keep; and then what items should be shredded. What remains cept­ing all ma­ter­i­al is
we will convert to searchable electronic format — that is,
onto computer files, CDs, and DVDs. The improvement in
the seventh (7th) of the
search-ability should help us to locate things, which will in month. Send articles

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turn certainly improve our productivity. to ucoreporterwpb@
If you have experience in records management and paper-
to-digital conversion of office files, you may be able to help us. gmail.com. Don’t be
late!
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Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

From Pres. Israel


Continued from Page 1
Please contact Bob Marshall,
at the UCO office, at 683- And Then
Condo Corner 9189, if you think you could There’s This:
Randall be of assistance.
Vice President
Cold weather damage to our
Borchardt palms: Phyllis Richland
Perhaps you have recently
noticed the large number of
fallen brown fronds from the
This month, I will introduce three important concepts related coconut palms in the Village. A great deal has happened indoor pool. On the second
to condominium living and permissible actions by the Board: Coconut palms are susceptible since I took office a month floor, phones are in the hall-
The Tiffany Exception; the De Facto Doctrine; and the Right to cold weather, and ours have ago. I have been involved way by Classrooms A and B
of First Refusal. sustained a lot of damage — as again (and happily) in the and the large music room, also
The Tiffany Exception evidenced by the fallen brown well-being of our residents. inside the card room by the
The courts have carved out an exception to the condominium fronds. The whole state of Along with “211 Sunshine North exit door, and of course
documents and to statute regarding the actions taken by the Florida has been so affected. Daily Calls,” we have orga- in the elevator.
Board relating to the alteration and improvement of the common The professional advice was, nized a workshop on Friday, We have also decided to
elements. Traditionally, the Board is protected by the Business at first, to not rush to trim May 21, 2010 in the Party keep the fountains on during
Judgment Rule when it undertakes projects which are related to brown fronds. Now, Palm Room at the Clubhouse. It will the hours that the Clubhouse
the Board’s duty to manage, maintain, protect, and preserve the Beach County authorities be from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon. is open. New folks looking at
common elements, even if the alteration and improvement con- have advised us to proceed The daily calls are made to you our campus should see how
stitutes a material alteration of the common elements. In other with trimming. By the time if you want them. Someone really good we look.
words, the courts will side with the Board of Directors which you read this, the trimming will call you at whatever time Some of our residents are
undertakes certain projects without putting such project to a work should be complete. We of day you want. The volun- still not sure with regard to
vote of the unit owners, since the courts will not substitute their will be fertilizing the palms teers from 211 can call from our ambulance service. We
judgment for the Board in a wide range of business decisions. every three to four months. 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 211 has no longer have a cabulance
For example, if the Association undertook a substantial window Let us hope that next winter’s folks that speak over 100 lan- service in our contract, but if
replacement project, even if the new windows were deemed to weather will be kinder to these guages, so everyone can take it is deemed necessary to be
constitute a material alteration to the common elements, such beautiful trees. advantage of this great service, transported by ambulance due
alteration would not require a vote of the unit owners where This brings up a need: UCO which by the way is free. to your physical condition,
the replacement of the windows is reasonably necessary to can use experienced horticul- Everything is confidential then our contract with Medics
maintain and protect the common elements, despite the fact turists and Master Gardeners and there is so much more that will cover that transport.
that that the new windows were a substantial upgrade to the on our Beautification Com- these folks can do to help you. I was invited to the Medi-
existing windows. On the other hand, if the improvement was mittee. If you have experience Please come to the workshop cal Center to see how they
to create an outdoor patio with a fountain and marble benches, in this field, please consider and learn more. Oh yes, re- are expanding the buildings
such an expensive improvement should be put to the vote of the volunteering for the Commit- freshments will be served. to be able to do better for our
unit owners as a material alteration of the common elements, tee. Contact UCO, with a brief We will be partnering with residents. Let me tell you I
since it did not implicate the duty of the Board to maintain and resume. CERT and between the folks was impressed with the scope
repair the common elements. Thank you, everyone, and a from 21 1 and our folks from of work. There will be x-rays,
The De Facto Doctrine special thank-you to those who CERT we will have a very bone density, lab tests of all
This doctrine is a legal failsafe which provides that Board are serving on our committees, helpful and enlightening kinds and more and more.
Members who were not qualified to hold office, or were elected giving of their personal time morning. It will really be a wonderful
illegally (through a faulty election procedure) are considered for the benefit of us all. I wish FYI: It is important that tool for our Village and our
under law to be Board Members until or unless removed by ap- you all, permanent residents everyone knows where the residents.
propriate legal process. The acts of a de facto Board within the and snowbirds, an enjoyable emergency phones are in the Finally, my new quadrant
scope of a Board’s responsibility as set forth in the documents summer. o Clubhouse. On the first floor includes the following Associ-
or in statute, cannot later be invalidated. The doctrine has gen- by the ladies room at the ations: Coventry, Easthamp-
erally been applied to individuals who are in possession of an guest pool, also in the hallway ton, Norwich, Plymouth,
office, are performing the duties of the office, and who maintain Receive Next between the Ping-Pong room Sheffield, Waltham and
an appearance of right to the office. What that means in clear Season’s and the I.D. office, still on the Stratford. I can be reached at
English, is that an improperly constituted Board has the full ground floor outside of the the UCO office daily during
rights to make the same decisions, in good faith, as a properly Brochure and building by the Shuffleboard office hours at 683-9189 or
constituted Board, and such acts cannot later be overturned.
The Right of First Refusal
Ticket Order bulletin board and also in the just come in and say Hi. o

The right of first refusal is solely vested in the Board of Di- Form By Mail CRAIG THE HANDYMAN
rectors and such power cannot be usurped by any unit owner or By Noreen Stead No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small, One Call Does It All.
other person. The Board of Directors may waive such right and Cenvill Recreation, Inc.
not vest that right to any unit owner or any other person, or may This year, we will be • Locks • Lightbulbs Changed • AC & Water Filters • Phone
choose to assign the right of  first refusal to a unit owner or any & Electronic Hookups and much more
sending out next sea- Honest, Reliable & Dependable Service Guaranteed
other person. It has been a long held fallacy that the notice of
a sale must be posted on the bulletin board so that any owner
son’s show brochure and
who wishes to purchase the unit under the same contract terms ticket order form only in
and conditions could do so. Every Board of Directors should our own envelopes (we
561-333-8961
be aware that it may be held liable if the substituted purchaser will supply the postage). Fully Insured FREE ESTIMATES
approved by the Board is not ready, willing and able to perform There is a $2.00 fee for
under the same contract terms and conditions as stated in the this service. If you would Cable Converter Box Return Safe
original contract. It is also worth mentioning that the Board like to take advantage of cast
For the convenience of our unit owners, Com-
should be very careful in assigning that right to any other person, has placed a large silver colored box across
if the original purchaser is a member of a protected class under
this service, please stop the parking area in front of the UCO office.
the Florida Fair Housing Act, as such action by the Board may by the Ticket/Staff Office ersThe purpose of this box is to save our unit own-
the cost of a technician visit in case you must
be viewed as a discriminatory housing practice. o to pick up an application. return your Cable Converter Box.
Anyone not wanting to Simply Why might you have to return your Converter?
bring your Converter to the safe, wrap it in
receive their brochure the bubble wrap provided and drop it in.
UCO regrets that the delegate min- by mail can of course ComcastIf the converter box return safe is not used,
will remove it. Then in order to return a
utes are not ready for publication this continue to pick up their converter, you will have to call a Technician which
brochure once they are will cost up to $39.00 or you will have to take it to
month. 1401 Northpoint Parkway, to return it in person.
available in July. Dave Israel
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

Improvements to
Our Investigation
Frankly Speaking: Procedures From the Desk of
By Dave Israel
Vice President As many of you are aware, Vice President
Frank J. Cornish our Investigations procedures Bob Marshall
have often been a real frustra-
tion to everyone concerned.
We are trying to remedy this,
and at the same time modern- Rats. It seems they have Think of the process like
Our slow down season has has requested that permanent ize and enlarge the scope of not gone away, at least not in this. Divide your budget in
begun, from traffic in and out seating be made available to these operations, so they are all of the Associations. Just the 12 pieces representing
of the Village, to attendance at accommodate our residents as more effective. We are making this week, a unit owner called the twelve months it covers.
almost every venue within the soon as possible. progress, but the full imple- to ask “what to do”? The As- You need to be collecting ap-
Village. As I have mentioned many mentation will take time. sociation has hired an extermi- proximately one-twelfth of the
We would like to encourage times in the past, we need Currently, our investiga- nator but the critters are being budgeted amount each month.
our year round residents to use more residents to take an ac- tory, or screening, procedures very persistent. If you have non-paying units
the extensive transportation tive role in their Associations. involve a criminal background With the seasons ending, be and do not have the bad debts
system we have in place when Far too many still do not have check for prospective owners sure that all empty units are expense line, how will you be
coming to the Clubhouse or representation at the “Delegate and renters; and a standard checked on a regular basis. If able to pay the November and
the Hastings Fitness & Pool Assembly” meetings. If your credit check only for prospec- not, there may be some very December bills?
center. It is a good time to be- Association is on the “No tive owners. unhappy seasonal residents Yes, you can use some of
come familiar with the sched- Show” list and you are in my Following are the steps arriving in a few months. For your reserve money but, if so, I
ules, and while you’re waiting quadrant, please feel free to that, until now, have been safety’s sake, the water to believe that you will then need
for your particular bus, you contact me, and perhaps to- taken to approve a new these units should be shut off, to do a Special Assessment to
can do so in the comfort of our gether, we can find a solution owner or renter: but if this is done, the toilet replenish those funds.
air-conditioned Clubhouse, to this on-going problem — • Prospective owner/renter or should be covered with seal- There continue to be train-
which will have additional whether it is seasonal or year real estate agent brings to able plastic so the water does ing classes for those folks who
seating in the corridors. round. Condo Association Board not evaporate. If the toilet is might be having difficulty
The Transportation Com- Once more, I encourage you Member signed contract dry, it can become the incom- operating the remote control
mittee, which is one of the to treat each other with Kindness and $100 payment made out ing and exit Turnpike! device for your cable. Call the
committees I oversee, along and Respect. As always, I can be to Condo Association. I’m sorry to report that the office and request an appoint-
with Ms. Cruz of WPRF, reached during office hours. o • Board Member looks over financial situation doesn’t ment.
contract, returns it to per- seem to have improved much Additionally Comcast has
son, takes $100 payment, if at all. It is becoming even scheduled a series of training
UCO Recording Secretary Resigns and issues a $100 Asso- more important to watch your classes on June 8. There will
Hi all, it is with regret that I announce the ciation check made out to accounts receivable file to be four classes in Classroom
UCO. This procedure has know who might not be pay- C. The times are as follows:
resignation of Rhea Cohen from the position of been required for some ing on time and the extent of 9 to 10 am, 11 to 12 pm, 1
UCO recording Secretary for personal reasons. time, because UCO has their arrearages. If you have to 2 pm, 3 to 4 pm.
Rhea will be missed. been willing to accept only non-paying units or expect to If you have any questions
the Condo Association’s have some by year’s end, be regarding any of the above,
We will now commence a search for a per- check — the result of UCO certain that you have a bad please come to the Office and
son to fill the unexpired term of the Recording having had checks from in- debts account as a part of your let’s talk about it. o
Secretary. If you have a working knowledge of dividuals bounce too often. expense budget.
Note, however, that in some
shorthand and are computer literate; please con- cases Condo Associations
sider coming to UCO and filling out a volunteer have been unwilling for the Call the Rover: 502-8103
application form. same reason to immediately Remember, call 911 first for any emergency, then
issue their check made out call the above number to summon our security car.
Dave Israel to UCO on receipt of a per-
sonal check. ATTN: BOARD PRESIDENTS & OWNERS
• Upon receipt of signed
Stressed • Depressed • In Pain contract and Association’s
$100 check, UCO issues a
Chills, Fever, Sore Throat, Nasal several-page application to
MOLD TESTING SPECIAL $99.00 each

Congestion, Body Aches, Sciatica, be completed by the pro-


License #2006-10355 — Lab Certified

Head, Neck, Shoulder, Back, Feet Aches spective owner/renter.


Samples evaluated by largest lab in the world
• This gets returned, not to
Frances Post, lac, lmt UCO, but to the Condo As-
Acupuncture Physician sociation Board Member, “Breathe Easy” Mold Inspections and Testing
Cold Laser Therapy, Massage who looks it over, signs
CV Resident • Lic. #AP1665 • MA36521 it, and gives it back, to be Jo Whitesell, Licensed Inspector 561-379-5175
HOUSE CALLS • 561-632-0098 brought to UCO by the real
estate agent or prospective
owner/renter.
Computer Nanny — In Home Training
CASH PAID FOR
• Application form is brought
to UCO and Investigation Full Technical Support
begins.

YOUR CAR!!! • UCO calls Condo Associa-


tion Board Member when
the investigation is com-
• Computer Introduction - Beginner
• Email and Security on the Internet
• Facebook Social Network
pleted. • Twitter Social Network
HASSLE FREE! • A Board Member (it must • Craigslist - Buying and FREE Selling
be a Board Member) picks • eBay: Buying or We’ll Sell It for You
up completed investigatory • Microsoft Word or Works
CALL DEBBIE @ 561.502.2939 paperwork at UCO and dis-
7th Lesson FREE Jo Whitesell: 561-379-5175
Continued on Page 4
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

Improvements forms and sale/rental contract If you have others, please let
Continued from Page 3 are brought to an Association me know, and we’ll print their
cusses situation with UCO Board Member, who looks names as well.
Investigations representative. them over and signs the appli- • Allan Battee Insurance 561-
• Board considers results cation, as in Step 4 above; and Insurance 640-5920
of investigation, conducts issues the Association check. • Peter Boykin (Allstate) 561-
interview with applicant, A lot of the initial back-and- Toni Salometo 422-7071
and decides to approve or forth is thus eliminated. • First Integrity Ins. 561-242-
disapprove sale/rental. Once we have evaluated 3603
• If approved, an approval this new process, we plan to • Plastridge (Bonnie/Lana)
form (having been provided upgrade the online forms I have 561-630-4955
In the last few weeks, I’ve must be covered by your own
by UCO) is completed, spoken of to “Interactive Adobe • Stonewall (Universal) 561-
been asked this question at insurance. You also need to
signed, imprinted with the PDF.” This simply means that 688-6292
least 20 times. Why do I need consider your personal prop-
association seal, and given the buyer, renter or real estate Have a safe and healthy
insurance? My Association erty, furniture, TVs, clothing.
to the owner/renter. agent will be able, instead of month. o
has it and I pay the premium Only you know how much
• The owner/renter brings the filling out the forms by hand,
approval form and contract
to WPRF first, and then to
to fill them out on a computer.
Real estate agents will be able
through my maintenance fees,
so why do I need to buy insur-
this property is worth and only
you can set a fair amount for HOWIE’S
ance for my condo? It’s a good insurance coverage. If there

y
UCO. WPRF issues an ID to do this much sooner than the
card. UCO records the in-
formation and takes steps,
average customer, so they may
well be assisting customers
one. Let me try to answer.
UCO and the Insurance
Committee are responsible for
is a covered loss, you will be
responsible for protecting your
own property. F r i e n d l
if appropriate, to register the with this online completion of
acquiring adequate insurance Please, if you don’t have
person’s vehicle and set up
guest call-in arrangement.
the forms.
Welcome to the 21st Cen-
for the individual Associa-
tions. This includes a multi-
Homeowner’s insurance cur-
rently, buy it NOW. If you do
CAR
You can see what a long and
convoluted procedure this has
tury! Our thanks to The In-
vestigations Team for the
tude of coverages, fire, wind,
water damage, slips and falls,
have insurance, look around
and make sure it’s adequate
SERVICE
been (it has driven real estate extensive information tech-
etc. This is the Association’s if you have a loss. Too little
agents crazy, since they do nology work which was put
building, common areas, etc. coverage may not cover your to and from
most of the legwork), and yet into this project. As I said
there has been a reason for earlier, this won’t all happen
However, it does not include
that portion of the Associa-
complete loss.
To help you find an insur-
Airport,
every step in the process. overnight. Yes, there will be
Under the new procedures some bugs to iron out—there
tion property that is owned
by the individual resident.
ance agent, I’m including a
few agents for you to consider.
Doctors and
we are implementing, the always will be when new ini-
application forms previ- tiatives are put into operation.
You own everything inside I, UCO or the Insurance Com- Shopping
the walls of your unit. Like I mittee neither recommend nor
ously kept only at UCO will But this gives you an idea of
be available online, that is, a part of what we are aiming
tell people, “You own from the
paint inward.” Every cabinet,
approve any specific agency
or company. These are just Call
accessible by computer to for, which we hope will make
real estate agents now, and the investigative process run
appliance, electrical fixture,
water heater, floor cover-
companies that said they will
write Homeowner’s Insur- 309-9994
possibly others, later. When more smoothly and efficiently
ing, etc. is your property and ance coverage in the Village.
completed, the application for all of us. o

Basic Disaster Supply Kit


Everyone needs to prepare for emer- Fill the bottle to the top with regular • Oxygen • Extra batteries (correct sizes)
gency situations, but shopping can be tap water. If needed, add two drops of • Contact lens solution • Extra flashlight bulbs
expensive and strenuous. Shopping for non-scented bleach to the water. Tightly • Extra pair of glasses • Portable camp stove or grill — do not
items a little at a time before an event can close the container with the original cap. • Extra hearing aid batteries use inside
reduce the stress of recovery by avoiding Be careful not to contaminate the cap by • Items for denture care • Fuel for stove and grill
long lines and empty shelves. touching the inside with your fingers. First Aid: • Video or disposable camera
Food: Place a date on the outside of the bottle • Antiseptic • Fire extinguisher — know where it is
• 1 gallon of water* per person per day — replace every six months. • Anti-diarrhea medicine in your building
for at least 5 days, for drinking and Storage: • Aspirin and/or acetaminophen • Extra change of clothes
sanitation • Large plastic zip-lock bags • Adult vitamins (if needed) Special Needs Shelter:
• Sandwich bread (freeze until needed) • Plastic wrap • Hydrogen peroxide The county special needs shelter only
• 2 cans of ready to eat soup • Aluminum foil • Band-Aids (assorted sizes) accepts residents with a physical condi-
• 1 box of crackers and/or granola bars • Assorted plastic containers with lids • Roll of gauze or bandages tion requiring medical or nursing care.
• Dry cereal/Pop Tarts • Heavy duty garbage bags • First aid tape • Need nursing assistance with medica-
• 4 cans of fruit (2-4 pack) • Waterproof portable container with lid • Petroleum jelly tions or medical care assistance
• 5 cans of meat (tuna, chicken, Vienna (to store disaster supplies) • Rubbing alcohol • Monitoring vital signs or medical
sausages, corn beef hash) Other Supplies: • Tweezers condition or activities of daily living,
• 4 cans of vegetables (beans, baked • Paper plates Your Property: but do not require hospitalization
beans, corn, peas) • Plastic or paper cups Before hurricane season, make a com- • Need constant electrical power for
• 1 jar of jelly or jam • Plastic eating utensils plete inventory of your valuables and per- medical equipment
• 1 jar of peanut butter • Tissues sonal property. Take a photo inventory and Pre-registration is required for individu-
• 1 large can of juice (4 pack) • 2 rolls of paper towels mail a copy to your out-of-town contact. als needing to use the special needs shelter.
• Instant coffee/tea/powdered drinks • 4 rolls of toilet paper This will be very important should you Have Patience
• Powdered or boxed milk • Liquid dish soap need to make an insurance claim. Damage after a hurricane is unpredict-
* If you choose to use your own stor- • Mosquito repellent Be sure you put all your important pa- able. It can take several days — this is
age containers, choose two-liter plastic • Sunscreen pers together in a waterproof bag or plastic why you need supplies for at least five
soft drink bottles — not plastic jugs or • Matches/lighter container: Photocopies of credit cards, days, preferable to have 7-10 days of
cardboard containers that have had milk • 2 pairs of latex gloves insurance and Social Security cards. Don’t supplies. In some cases, it can take sev-
or juice in them. • Broom, mop and bucket forget your insurance properties and other eral days to restore power, phone, water
Sanitize the bottles by adding a so- • Unscented liquid bleach documents, such as birth and marriage and cable television. You should have
lution of one teaspoon of non-scented Health: certificates, three years of your IRS returns, a landline phone — cell and portable
liquid chlorine bleach to a quart of water. • 1 bottle of shampoo mortgage, and wills, to name a few. phones may not work.
Swish the sanitizing solution in the bottle • 1 box hand sanitizer wipes Other Disaster Supplies: Prepare. Plan ahead.
so that it touches all surfaces. After sani- • 1 tube of toothpaste • Battery powered lantern Ask your neighbor from upstairs to
tizing the bottle, thoroughly rinse out the • Deodorant • Battery powered radio join you and keep you company. Don’t
sanitizing solution with clean water. • Extra supply of prescriptions • Flashlight(s) forget your out-of-state contact.
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

Magnetic
Sweepers to the
Rescue Safety
Investigations By George Franklin
Louise Gerson Hi Folks, well, for a change, George Franklin
I have some good news to Michael Rayber
report to you. Those of us
that drive will appreciate this
item. How many of us have
experienced flat tires when we Hi again, folks; this article electric plug, put the articles
I hope that all the Officers tions being done and needed least need them? Getting ready is going to deal with a few either in the glove box or trunk.
that went up North for the a place to live temporarily. to go out to dinner, shopping, items to keep yourself from When a thief sees the open
summer left someone respon- Realtors doing business here a doctor’s appointment, and being a victim while shop- socket or a wire to the dash,
sible to take care of business are all willing to help find you you come out and find your ping. I would like to thank they know you have some type
here. A board member needs a place. Come in to our office car with a big ole flat tire! Very Edie Levine from UCO for her of electric goody there and you
to sign off and approve sales, and we will help you. frustrating! input on one of these items. will most certainly become a
rentals, deed transfers and Some of our regular volun- Your UCO Safety & Se- There has been an email victim of car burglary. It’s very
request of occupants. If you teers are away on vacation, like curity units have found and circulating that is a Crime easy to smash the glass, take
were buying an apartment, Charlie, Abe, Jack, and Coralee. approved a device that will Prevention issue. It goes like the item and run.
you would want to close on We have some new helpers like help to stop the general causes this: You come out of a mall, Also very simple: Lock
it as soon as you could. That Carol, Max, Dave and Jean who of flat tires in and around the restaurant or from any other your car doors when park-
is why it is important to have are helping out with Sid, Ed, Village. We have purchased store. You get into your ve- ing. I don’t care where you
someone to take care of As- Mildred, Ken and myself. We from Shields Magnetics the hicle, start it up and notice a are; just do it!!! Car burglaries
sociation business. have a great Investigation team following product. Type Alt piece of paper/sticker on the are a crime of opportunity and
Apartments are being sold who are very dedicated to help- Magnetic Sweeper. rear windshield. You get out of seeing an unlocked car with
and rented. Prices of apart- ing this Village. Now what the heck is this??? your car to remove this paper items left on a seat is inviting
ments are on the rise. This is Again, we do the investiga- This product that we have or- and bingo: Someone either problems. If you must shop or
good news. tions and pass the results on to dered is a 48-inch industrial jumps into your vehicle and go out at night, park in well
We were able to help some- your Association Board. The magnet. We have ordered two drives off or grabs you and rips lit areas when possible and/
one rent an apartment on a Association is the only one (2). These products are at- you off. or in crowded lots. Crooks do
month to month basis. This that can accept or reject — tached to the front bumpers Now, I have not seen this not like lights and crowds of
person had needed renova- not UCO or investigations. o of our two Security Vehicles. happen in our area, but this people.
They are hung to within five does not mean it can’t happen. If you should become a
(5) inches off the roadway at
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What I would stress to you in
a situation such as this: When
crime victim, call 911 right
away. Do not drive home and
EVERYBODY’S FINE (PG-13 • 99 min) of the vehicles daily duties you get into your vehicle, then call the police; it does no
Robert De Niro, Drew Barrymore, Kate Beckinsale driving around the Village drive away. After you get to one any good that way. Try to
A widower who realized his only connection to his family was the magnet will pick up loose your destination, then get out, remember to stay calm (hard
through his wife sets off on an impromptu road trip to reunite with dangerous ferrous metals and remove the paper from the car as it may be) and look at what
each of his grown children.
debris such as screws, nails window. the bad guy was wearing at
Tue, 6/01, 1:45 pm
and other metal products that Once again, I am going to least; this will help police
(continued from last month) may fall from waste, contrac- remind you all: Do not leave track him down if he is armed.
tors, and other vehicles driving articles in your vehicle out Gun, Knife — do not ar-
UP IN THE AIR (R • 108 min) around in the Village.
(Rated R for Adult Situations)
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Page 6 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

Latest Update on the Applause


Golf Course Property Saturday night, April 17,
By the time you read this, 2010, at the Century Village
some of the situations may be Auditorium — entertainment
The official newspaper of Century Village resolved; however, as of this at its best!
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 writing on May 6, the follow- What a delight it was to see
ing exists: “The man of many faces.” Mr.
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830
The County Code Enforce- James Michaels was indeed
Email: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com ment agency has been in- “The man of many faces”!
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri formed by members of the The incredible talent left me
Acting Editor-in-Chief..........................................Syd Kronish Pro-Active Committee that a wanting more! Much more!
Editors..............................June Saponaro, Joseph Saponaro portion of the fence at the golf For the seven plus years I
Bookkeeper................................................. Phyllis Siegelman The “Mail Bag” sec- course has been removed. A have lived here, I have seen
Business Manager.................................. Antoinette Salometo tion of the UCO Re- violation notice has been sent many shows. This show was
Pre-Press Coordinator....................................John Saponaro to the owners from the agency the best I have ever been to.
Layout Coordinator...................................... Myron Silverman
porter represents the Whoever hired him deserves
and fines will be enforced if
Photo Editor, Consultant..........................................Ken Graff OPINIONS OF THE the fence is not restored. In almost as much applause as
Logistics.............................................................. Elaine Brown AUTHOR ONLY. UCO addition, the Landscape Divi- he received.
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler supports the publication I simply had to write this
sion has notified the owners
Advertising.................................................... Don McDonough and say a big thank you for
Circulation..................................... Seacrest, Pruitt, Gallagher
of the diverse opinions that the entire property of the
of our residents, and will course must be maintained having this wonderful per-
(your property managers)
on a regular basis, which was former here.
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. endeavor to continue to Sydelle Banks
determined to be four times a
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: publish opinions which year at this point.
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed
may be considered in- The Agency has informed
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge.
flammatory but not de- us that if the owners do not Important Numbers
famatory. comply with these violations,
(Submit on 8.5" by 11" paper.)
then a hearing will be set with
Emergency................................................911
Submissions & Articles...... Please type in caps and lower case, Super Seniors a Magistrate at the Code En- Senior Helpline........................................211
I attended the CV912 Super forcement Agency.
double spaced, any item. “Space available” basis. Email preferred.
Seniors meeting last month Security.........................................502-8103
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems). I thank all of the people
which was held in classroom A that called the Agency with Guest Call-In.................................689-1759
Visit your Web site: century-village-wpb.blogspot.com of the Clubhouse. What a great complaints as I am sure this
bunch and a lovely leader, Bar- Reporter........................................683-9336
encouraged them to act swiftly

OFFICERS
bara Samuells. Barbara lives as they understand the resi- UCO Office.....................................683-9189
in the Village and is active dents’ concerns. Hastings CH...................................687-4875
with the 912 Organization. The Pro-Active Committee
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 WPRF (Anita Cruz)......................640-3111
They will meet monthly on the will be holding a Workshop
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904
first Thursday of the month at event for residents to attend Seacrest.........................................697-4990
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm
10 am in the Clubhouse. Leave and discuss the golf course
President: David Israel your politics and parties at Florida Power..............................697-8000
property and make additional
Vice Presidents: Sal Bummolo, Frank Cornish, the door. This is all about our plans. We would like each Palm Beach Water....................740-4600
Bob Marshall, Phyllis Richland country and our Constitution.
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro Everyone should hear what
association to send at least AT&T....................................1-888-151-6500
one representative to this
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank they have to say! workshop. The workshop is
Comcast..........................................847-4792
Recording Secretary: Rhea Cohen Sandy Cohen scheduled for Thursday, June Palm Beach Post.........................820-4663
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver 10 in Classroom C at 2:00 pm. Tri-Rail............................. 1-800-874-7245
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton Notice Please make every effort to
Office Manager: Mary Patrick Benton No material attributed have your Association repre- Homesteaders..............................355-2650
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie Levine to pseudonyms or anony- sented. Sheriff’s Office............................766-2000
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy, mouses will be published. Honey Sager, VP
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small, Pro-Active Committee
Police (non-emerg)....................822-1900
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin,
MILITARY BRAKE & ALIGNMENT
Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman, Claudette LaBonte,
Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, Ron Massa
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Let Me Prove It!
Executive Board
VILLAGE

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June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

Clubhouse
Library
By Dot Loewenstein
Help! (No, not the Beatles Stamps in
Anita J. Cruz song.) Volunteers are needed! the News
VP, WPRF, Inc. A group that once consisted of
30 volunteers is now down to Syd Kronish
14, due to seasonal residents
returning North, some tak-
ing vacation, and others with
health problems. The Flags Fly High to a Congressional resolu-
Summer truly arrived with moved to Sunday nights for Requirements: Being able Most Americans know that tion, placed American forces
a bang this year! We can April and May, but as a re- to come into the Clubhouse the U.S. has one magnificent under George Washington’s
definitely tell that many of sult of a decision made at the once or twice each month, for flag — the Stars and Stripes — command. On that New Year’s
our residents are away for the March Operations Committee an hour, or longer if you can which represents all 50 states. Day, Washington ordered the
summer with the decrease in meeting, the dances are now spare the time. You have a But few are cognizant of the Grand Union Flag hoisted
attendance at all of our facili- returning to Saturday nights. choice of morning, afternoon, fact that each of our 50 states above his headquarters. The
ties. For those of you who re- There are still plenty of or evening — basically any has its own flag, too. flag had 13 alternating red and
main year-round, you will find good seats for the June shows. time of day. The only thing The U.S. Postal Service white stripes and the British
plenty of activities to choose Please refer to the June issue we ask is that you choose a recognizes the proud history Union Jack in the upper left
from, as well as enjoying one of the Happenings to learn particular day of the week of the various states and their corner.
of our 10 pools to cool off about our performers. Since and let us know (for example: separate flags. Thus, the is- That was the first flag of
from the summer heat. our attendance is low for Tuesday). suance of a series of stamps our country! In May of 1776,
For those of you who play the summers, remember that Rules: Just like at the pub- entitled “Flags of our Nation” it was reported (but never
tennis, you should be pleased we have open seating and lic library, books are brought divided into sets of 10 in al- substantiated) that Betsy Ross
with the newly refurbished you should have no problem forward to the edge of the phabetical order. sewed that first flag.
courts. I thank all of our tennis deciding at the last minute shelf. They are gently lined up The latest set, fourth in the Between 1777 and 1960,
players for their patience while to catch a show on Saturday so none are falling over. They series, features the states of Congress passed several acts
three of our courts were closed, night and still get a good seat. are not over-crowded on any Montana thru North Dakota that changed the shape, design
for first a water main break Please avail yourselves of all shelf, always leaving room for plus one for Old Glory. and arrangement of the flag
repair, and then resurfacing. that is offered here and enjoy more to arrive. Guidelines at Many CV residents are which allowed for additional
I trust that the wait was well the shows. the top of the bookcase (“au- originally from New York and stars and stripes to be added in
worth it and I look forward to If I can be of any assistance thors N-S”) are exactly that — New Jersey. They will see the order to reflect the admission
hearing your comments once to you, please feel free to stop they are guidelines. If there are flags of their states among this of each new state.
you’ve had a chance to play by my office anytime when more authors surnamed “M” group. Today the flag consists of 13
on the new courts. you are in the Clubhouse. Feel they can always be run over The New York flag is blue horizontal stripes, seven red
Remember that in June, free also to just stop by and into the “N” shelf. Notice that and includes the state seal alternating with six white. The
the dances return to Saturday say hello – my door is always authors surnamed “S” take up which shows “Liberty and Jus- stripes represent the 13 origi-
nights, so the first Saturday open to you. space in more than one book- tice” standing beside a shield nal states. The stars represent
dance will be on June 5. You Enjoy this beautiful South case, for example. Just keep showing mountains, a golden the 50 states of the Union.
may recall that dances were Florida weather, and be well. o them neat. sun, blue sky, and two sailing On the new set of stamps,
Donated books usually have vessels on a river. Snapshot in addition to the flag art, each
beautiful, shiny covers on art depicts fireboats spouting design includes artwork that
Are You On the List? them which attract attention
from residents and visitors.
water against a backdrop of
skyscrapers.
provides “snapshot view” of
the state. This snapshot art for
Duly registered Delegates sign in at the Delegate As- They also reflect light in the The New Jersey flag is buff these stamps was inspired by
sembly and vote on issues affecting their community. room. Those without covers colored and shows the state the opening line of “America
These Associations had no impact at the 5/7/09 meeting: are to be placed on the tables seal plus three plows on the the Beautiful,” written by
ANDOVER A, B, D, E, G, I, J, K, M outside the library — they shield portion of the stamp Katharine Lee Bates. The
absorb the light and make the which refers to the Garden 2010 design shows “purple
BEDFORD B, E, F, I, J library look dull and dingy. State’s agricultural history. mountain majesties.” Artist
BERKSHIRE A, B, D, E, G, H, I, J Annually, usually in July or Snapshot art depicts a sand Tom Engerman created the
CAMBRIDGE A, D, G August, we close the library culture on a beach in New highly detailed flag designs on
CAMDEN C, D, F, G, H, J, L, M, N, P for a day, and a few of us (you Jersey. the stamps.
CANTERBURY B, C, I, J, K are invited) remove every The U.S. Flag has a rich his- The beautiful new set in-
book so Janitorial staff can tory covering more than 200 cluding the New York and
CHATHAM G, H, J, L, N, P, S, U come in and dust the shelves years. On January 1, 1776, the New Jersey flag is now on sale
COVENTRY B, E, F, G, H, J off. That crew also accepts Continental Army, according at your local post office. o
DORCHESTER A, B, C, D, B, G, H, J, K quite a bit of trash on that
EASTHAMPTON A, B, C, F, G, I date, and they return the books Say You Saw It in the
HASTINGS B, F, G, H that are in the best condition
KENT A, B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, M, N
back to the shelves. For a few UCO Reporter
weeks, the Library will look It’s good for business — theirs and ours!
KINGSWOOD A, C, E, F bare, but donations will con- Support your village — the condo community
NORTHAMPTON A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I, J, L, M, N, P, Q tinue to arrive daily — they
and outside the gates!
NORWICH C, D, E, H, I, J, L, M, O seem to fall from the sky!
OXFORD 200
SALISBURY C, E, G, H
SHEFFIELD A, C, B, F, H, K, L
Please stop in the Admin-
istration office, across the
hall from the library, and give
Frank Faline
Marge or Noreen your name HANDYMAN
SOMERSET F, I, J, L and phone number. I will Windows, Screens, Springs Repaired, Lock,
SOUTHAMPTON A then call you to finalize your Bulb, Filters, Toilet Seats Replaced, Wall
STRATFORD B, C, G, H, J, L, O available time. Thank you for
volunteering! o
Paper Removed, Porch Clean Up
SUSSEX B, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L No Job Too Big or Too Small
WALTHAM A, B, D, E, F, I
WELLINGTON A, B
WINDSOR A, B, E, F, P, Q, R &&& 561-319-1012
Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

Open Clubhouse
By Courtney Olsen
I hope everyone enjoyed
Mother’s Day and Memorial CERT:
Recipes Day; these are the holidays Community Emergency
that remind you summer is Response Team
Avis Blank here. For our yearly residents,
I invite you to the Clubhouse
Jackie Karlan
to enjoy the many activities
WPRF, Inc. has to offer. Due
to popular demand, the Satur-
In the 30s, my sister and I would enjoy a beauty treat- day night dance will resume Post Hurricane Recovery called in to UCO, the sooner
looked up to our Aunt Frances ment on their day, especially starting June 5, so please enjoy CERT has re-organized CERT can help you.
(Franny) with great admira- if the woman of the family did these dances throughout the to be more effective in plan- Building presidents, if you
tion. She conducted a business the honors to their beloved. summer. ning disaster recovery after will not be available during the
from her own home (almost Avocado Facial Mask Great new clubs and classes a catastrophic event, severe storm season, please appoint
unheard of in those days). Avocados make a moistur- have started this summer at no storm or hurricane. We are a replacement to oversee your
Auntie graduated from an izing mask that’s nourishing charge: Buddhist Meditation implementing a new way of residents recovery and to re-
electrolysis and cosmetology for dry or sun-exposed skin. currently meets on Mondays reporting. We have developed spond to CERT in your absence.
school. She served an elite • 1 avocado, peeled and seeded and Thursdays at 4:30 pm, a Disaster Evaluation Form. The form will be available
clientele with great discretion. • 2 tsp. sweet almond oil or all that are interested are wel- This simple form asks each for pick-up in the UCO office
As her niece, I benefitted virgin olive oil come. building representative to call and will be distributed at the
from her knowledge. Mash avocado and add oil. Our free Spanish class the UCO office at 2102 West June Delegate Assembly.
Through the years the man- Apply mixture to face and has been a big hit, attracting Drive as soon as the disaster CERT Needs New Team
ufacturing of cosmetics has leave on 15 to 20 minutes. many people each month. If has passed. Members
grown and grown. Men started Rinse with lukewarm water you are interested in learning The form asks you to give “No Experience Necessary!
to use not only shaving toilet- and pat dry with a towel. a new language, feel free to the following information: We Will Train.”
ries, perfumes, skin softeners Salt Glow attend Tuesdays at 11 am. A building damage, number of Attend CERT meetings,
and hair dyes. Salt scrubs are very popular Doo Wop group has formed residents injured, and any which are held in the CV Club-
With a slow economy the home spa treatments. This to have fun. If you love Doo other building needs. Trained house Art Room.
trend is back to natural ingre- one leaves your skin soft and Wop and want to get involved CERT members will be man- Watch Channel 63 for dates
dients. glowing. don’t hesitate to attend the ning the phones. The quicker and time. For more informa-
June is one of the most so- • ¼ cup coarse salt (sea salt monthly meetings on the sec- this assessment is made and tion, call me: 561-478-8679. o
cializing months with gradua- or kosher salt) ond Wednesday at 3:00 pm.
tions, engagements, weddings, • 2 tbsp. virgin olive oil Another Mature Driver
proms etc., to look forward to. • 3-4 tbsp. lemon juice course will be conducted by
The following recipes are for Mix salt and oil. The Metro Traffic School
a mask and a glow using only Add lemon juice. sometime in June. Since the
natural ingredients and can Massage into skin while
be used by young or mature you shower.
date has not been scheduled PRESTIGE
yet, check periodically with Nursing Services, Inc.
people of all sexes. They will Rinse, pat dry and apply a the Class Office for updated
give your face a beautiful, natural moisturizer. information.
younger look if used about one I am sure you will receive The deadline for return- FREDRICKA “FREDDI” WILLIAMS
hour before that special event. many compliments on your ing the Next Season’s Ticket Services Coordinator
I am sure dads of all ages good looks. o Brochure Form is July 16,
2010. If you have not re- 631 U.S. Hwy. One, Ste. 200 NPB 845-7711
ceived the Ticket Brochure North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax 561-845-3869
Form for the 2010-2011 Sea- Lic. # HHA20958096
Frank Ferrante son, please fill out the form in
www.prestigenursingservicesinc.com
the Ticket Office on or before
Electric, Inc. July 16, 2010. o

“All Electrical Work” To report alliga-


$10 OFF Service Call tors: Call the Fish and
Wildlife Commission Century Village Residents
561-385-4424 at 1-866-FWC-GATOR
Licensed & Insured (1-866-391-4287) or Denied the Vote
U18703
visit myfwc.com/ One Condo – One Vote!
gators
There are 7,854 condominiums here in
June Open Meetings Century Village. Only 349 People are
Date Time Group Location
allowed to vote for who runs U.C.O.
6/01/10 1:30 pm Executive Board Room C
6/02/10 9:15 am Cable Training (by appointment) UCO Office Unfair? Unjust? Unequal?
6/04/10 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Theater
6/04/10 1:00 pm Editorial Committee UCO Office
6/04/10 2:00 pm Security Committee UCO Office Suggestion:
6/11/10 1:30 pm Cable Training (by appointment) UCO Office In February 2011, the Delegates should
6/15/10 10:00 am Insurance Committee UCO Office vote to alleviate this inequity.
6/21/10 9:30 am Transportation Committee Room B We the people
6/22/10 10:00 am Operations Committee UCO Office should have the right to
6/24/10 10:00 am Officers Meeting UCO Office vote for who will run U.C.O.
6/28/10 1:30 pm Executive Board Room B Paid for by Peter Amato
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 9

Ground Breaking stress testing, ultrasound,


and X-ray. Complementary
Ceremony Held in transportation is offered from
Century Village Century Medical Care Center
Century Medical Care Cen- to Good Samaritan Medical
ter held a ground breaking cer- Center for diagnostic testing.
emony on April 28, 2010 for In addition, complementary
the expansion of the medical transportation in the handicap
center, located inside Century assessable van is available to
Village. This expansion proj- and from Century Medical
ect will allow for an additional Care Center for the residents
6,000 square feet added to the of Century Village. Hospital
medical center. The objective affiliations include Good Sa-
is to modernize the existing maritan Medical Center, St.
medical center and expand Mary’s Medical Center, and
services offered to Centu- Palm Beach Gardens Medical
ry Village and its residents. Center.
This expansion will include a In addition to the medical
more than 2,000 square foot center located on the second
Therapy area where Good floor, the first floor is also re-
Samaritan Medical Center will ceiving quite a facelift. Vitas
continue to provide Physical, Hospice Care will be mov-
Occupational, Occupational, ing into Century Village and
and Lymphedema Therapy. Comprehensive Home Care
Completion of the more than is expanding their space. Sev-
14,000 square foot medical eral other tenants, including
center is scheduled for the end a coffee shop, are exploring
of 2010. opportunities in the medical
Century Medical Care Cen- building. The outside will be
ter is located at 110 Cen- receiving new landscape too.
tury Blvd., inside the gates of In attendance at the ground-
Century Village, West Palm breaking ceremony were repre-
Beach. The medical center sentatives of Good Samaritan
consists of multispecialty Medical Center, Tenet Florida
physicians including; Inter- Physician Services, Tenet
nal Medicine, Cardiology, Healthcare, UCO of Century
Dermatology, Endovascular Village, Vitas, Comprehensive
Specialist, Gastroenterology, Home Care, Walgreens, and
General Surgery, Gynecology, several residents of Century
Neurology, Ophthmalogy, Village.
Orthopaedics, and Podiatry. For more information on the
In addition, services offered medical center or a referral to a
include bone density, EKG, physician at Century Medical Care
echocardiogram, lab work, Center, call (561) 697-3131. o

Main Clubhouse: June Classes


All Classes Are NOT Final, and Are Subject to Change

Monday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Buddhist Med Ongoing Free 4:30-5:30 pm Class A/B Peter

Tuesday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Ceramics 6/1 $36/6w 9:30-11 am Ceramics Gert
Line Dance 6/15 $10/4w 10-11 am Party Charlotte

Wednesday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
All Medium Art 6/2 $18/4w 9:30-11 am Art Schwartz

Thursday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Paint Workshop 6/3 $18/4w 9:30-11 am Art Adler
Tai-Chi 5/27 $16/4w 10-11 am Hastings Ziffer
Canasta 6/3 $17/4w 10-12 pm Card Rm Passman
Line & Country 6/10 $12/4w 10-11 am Party Sylvia
Zumba Gold 6/10 $32/4w 3-4 pm Hastings Linda
Buddhist Med Ongoing Free 4:30-5:30 pm Class A/B Peter

Friday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Ceramics 6/4 $36/6w 9:30-11 am Ceramics Gert
Belly Dancing 6/11 $32/4w 4-5 pm Party Joyce
Page 10 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

PROPOSED expands upon the antiquated Assembly. Any vacancy of an C. FINANCIAL AND BUD- Your Comcast
Bylaw provision relating to approved selection to the Ex- GET COMMITTEE
UCO BYLAW unbudgeted expenditures. ecutive Board during the one 4. ... Expenditures not previ- Connection
AMENDMENTS Amendment #5 permits the year term, may be filled in the ously budgeted, in excess of Hello Residents of Century
Village. My name is Roseann
Amendments # 1, and #2 activation of the due process manner provided above, not- $1,000 $2,500, are required
replace the present improper procedures relating to the withstanding that the number to be approved in advance by Accardi and I am your Com-
term, “appointment” with “Removal of Officers” by a of selections may exceed eight the Officers’ Committee, the cast Managed Care Repre-
the legally appropriate term petition of not less than thirty (8) in number. Executive Board and finally sentative. I am dedicated to
“selection”. The Officer’s five (35) Delegates. AMENDMENT #3 by the Delegate Assembly; bringing you excellent ser-
Committee does not appoint The following five Proposed ARTICLE VII any such expenditures which vice for all of your cable TV,
a candidate to fill a vacancy Amendments to the UCO By- DUTIES AND RESONSI- are less than $2,500, but more phone and internet service
of an Officer’s seat, it selects laws are policy changes not BILITIES OF OFFICERS than $1,000, are required to needs. In the coming months,
a candidate. The President violative of applicable Florida A. PRESIDENT … He shall be approved in advance by I hope to meet with many of
does not appoint additional law, and were approved as be ex officio, a member of all a majority of the Officers’ you and welcome your com-
members to the Executive such by Rod Tennyson, Esq. committees, other than except Committee members at a duly ments and suggestions as to
Board, he selects candidates. AMENDMENT #1 for the Election Committee. called meeting at which a quo- how we can better serve you.
The act of ‘selection’ in both ARTICLE VI and the Ombudsman Com- rum is present. Requests for Living in Century Village,
instances then requires the OFFICERS mittee. expenditures not previously where your cable services
approval of the Delegate As- C. ….. In the event that the B. VICE PRESIDENTS … budgeted, under $1,000, shall are provided to the entire
sembly for such selection remaining officers fail to agree Vice Presidents are ex-officio be presented to the President community, you enjoy lots of
to become official. Only the on the appointment selection, members of all committees for his approval. ... wonderful TV programming
Delegate Assembly possesses or, the Delegate Assembly except for the Election Com- AMENDMENT #5 at a significant savings. I wel-
“appointment authority” in fails to approve the appoint- mittee. and the Ombudsman ARTICLE XI come the opportunity to show
such instances. Amendment #2 ment selection, a special elec- Committee. MISCELLANEOUS PRO- you how we can enhance your
also clarifies, that in the event tion by the Delegate Assembly C. TREASURER … The VISIONS services and help you save.
that a vacancy is created by shall be held to fill the va- Treasurer shall be ex officio, E. REMOVAL OF OFFICERS Please call or write to me
one of his approved selections, cancy. Such officer shall serve a member of all committees – Any Officer may be removed anytime. I look forward to
the President has the discretion for the unexpired term of the except for the Election Com- from office, for reason, based hearing from you!
to select or propose a replace- seat being filled. mittee. and Ombudsman Com- on submission to the President Roseann Accardi
ment candidate, notwithstand- AMENDMENT #2 mittee. of written and signed charges Comcast Managed Care
ing that he may have already ARTICLE X F. PRESIDENT EMERITUS by a petition of not less than Representative
selected eight candidates for EXECUTIVE BOARD …He shall be ex officio, a thirty five (35) Delegates, and 561-598-1908
Executive Board Membership. B. (1) The President may ap- member of all committees after inquiry into the charges by Roseann_Accardi@cable.
Amendment #3 eliminates point select additional mem- except for the Election Com- the following procedure: ... o comcast.com
the only four references to the bers to the Executive Board, mittee. and the Ombudsman
not to exceed eight (8) in Committee. Comcast Training will be conducted by Comcast on
Ombudsman Committee in the
UCO Bylaws, as this Commit- number, with each appoint- AMENDMENT #4 June 8 in Classroom C. Classes will be held at 9 o’clock, 11
tee has been dissolved. ment selection being subject ARTICLE VIII – COM- o’clock, 1 o’clock and 3 o’clock. If you are having trouble
Amendment #4 updates and to the approval of the Delegate MITTEES
with your cable, please attend one of those sessions.

Hastings Fitness Center Summer Class Schedule


May-October
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

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

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

Hatha Yoga Water Aerobics Hatha Yoga Tai-Chi (Paid Class) Hatha Yoga
10:00-11:30 am 10:00-10:45 am 10:00-11:30 am 10:00-11:00 am (all levels) 10:00-11:30 am

Water Aerobics
10:00-10:45 am

Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch


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

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

Sit & Fit Beginners Yoga Sit & Fit Beginners Yoga Administrative/
2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm Office Duties

Free Exercise Classes Provided at Hastings Fitness Center by Janetta Babayeva

Paid Class Registration at the Main Clubhouse Class Office


Mon-Fri 9:00 am-4:30 pm
All Classes Are Subject to Change and/or Modification
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 11

Caring For Your Skin’s Health

A Member of Integrated Dermatology Group

Specializing in the Detection


and Treatment of Skin Cancer

Dr. Barry J. Kuttner, m.D., ph.D.


Board Certified Dermatologist and Dermatopathologist

Kristen hafner, pa-c


Accepting Most Insurance Plans, Including

Medicare
Se Habla Español
Century Village Medical Clinic • Second Floor • 110 Century Village Blvd.

5 61-688-2550
Page 12 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

MARY JEAN MASTERS, LIC. BROKER


Office: 561-804-9603 • Fax: 561-228-6216
2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 107, WPB, FL 33411
www.maryjeanmasters.com • maryjeanmastersre@yahoo.com
Directions to Office: Okeechobee Blvd. W., over the turnpike to Vista Parkway. Turn
w w w . m a r y j e a n m a s t e r s . c o m right to 2101 Vista Parkway (Crexent Building suite 107, West Palm Beach, FL, 33411)

UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH ANDOVER E FURN, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $15,000
ANDOVER A STUNNING, LOTS OF LIGHT, RENTABLE, GARDEN VIEW $29,000 NORTHAMPTON S BEAUTIFUL UNIT, CT, UPGRADES GALORE $28,000
KENT H FURNISHED, CARPET, NEWER APPL., A/C, GORGEOUS, RENTABLE $39,000 CANTERBURY H WOW! 50 IN TV, CERAMIC TILE, MUST SEE $25,000
SUSSEX B FURNISHED, CARPET, RENTABLE, NEW HEATER, REFRIG., A/C $45,000 CHATHAM K UNFURN, RENTABLE BUILDING, NICE AREA, LAKE VIEW $13,000
DORCHESTER D FURNISHED, PARQUET FLOORS, NEAR POOL $25,000 UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
GOLFS EDGE E UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, ENCLOSED PATIO $38,000 CAMDEN B UNFURN, CARPET, WATER VIEW, NEAR POOL $15,000
CANTERBURY C NEWER APPLS, ACTIVE CH, 24 HOUR SECURITY $48,000 ANDOVER E WELL KEPT UNIT IN A RENTABLE BUILDING $17,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH EASTHAMPTON A NEAR EAST GATE, CLUBHOUSE, TRANS $14,000
ANDOVER C FURN, CT/CPT 2 A/C UNITS WITH NEWER APPLS $15,500 CHATHAM A WTRVW, RENTABLE BLDG, CLEAN UNIT, TRANS $16,000
WINDSOR J UNFURN, OUTSIDE CORN, CT, NEAR WEST GATE $28,000 EASTHAMPTON A FIT CTR, TRANS, POOL, ACTIVE COMMUNITY $25,000
BERKSHIRE K BOTH KIT/BATH REDONE, TILE FLOORS, GARDEN VIEW $49,000 WINDSOR N CPT, FURN, TRANS, FIT CTR, CLUBHOUSE $15,000
SALISBURY B FURNISHED ONLY, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $27,500 BERKSHIRE J FURN, CT, CARPET, HARDWOOD FLOORS $18,500
DORCHESTER F FURN, CARPET, NEW PATIO, NEAR POOL, GDNVW $24,000 WINDSOR K PARTLY FURN, NEW REFRIGERATOR AND DW $21,000
CHATHAM D UNFURN, CT, UPGRADES, NEAR WEST GATE $45,000 CANTERBURY H FURN, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE BLDG $21,000
NORWICH M FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, CARPET, EAST GATE $25,000 DORCHESTER E FURN, CT, RENTABLE AFTER 1 YEAR $23,000
NORWICH O UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR EAST GATE $40,000 SUSSEX C FURN, CARPET, NEW APPLS, REDONE $19,900
SUSSEX A FURN, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE, ACTIVE CH $29,900 WINDSOR D FURN, WATER VIEW, NEAR WEST GATE $29,900
SHEFFIELD M SWEET AND COZY, NEAR HASTINGS FIT CTR $25,000 CAMDEN J NEW BATH, NEW WATER HTR, LOVELY UNIT $19,900
WINDSOR M FURN, CENTRAL AIR, GARDEN VIEW, RENT TO OWN $49,000 UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH SHEFFIELD A GREAT WTRVW CONDO, CPT, CT W/CA $28,000
SUSSEX G UNFURN, CARPET, CT, NEW PAINT, NEWER FRIDGE $16,500 SALISBURY G ALL NEW FROM CEIL TO FL, HURR SHTRS, CPT, CT, C/A & HEAT $87,000
NORTHAMPTON S CPT, NEWER APPLS, 2 AC UNITS, RENTABLE BLDG $18,000 SHEFFIELD E UNFURN CT, CA, REDONE KIT AND BATHS $39,200
WALTHAM H FURND, CT, NEW KITCHEN W/ GRANITE TOPS $30,000 SHEFFIELD C CT AND PERGO FLRG, FURNI, WTRVW $70,000
KENT L UNFURN, NEW CARPET, GDNVW, MOVE-IN READY $17,500 WELLINGTON F CNR UNIT, CT, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING $68,000
CAMDEN E FURN, CARPET, CT, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS $19,000 ANDOVER G CNR UNIT, CPT, CT, TRANS, CLUBHOUSE $39,000
COVENTRY L PTLY FURN, CPT, SHWR STALL, 2 A/C UNITS, NWR APPL $18,000 KENT B UNFURN, WATER VIEW, NEEDS TLC, OUTSIDE CRN $53,500
DOVER A ENCLOSED PATIO, TENANT IN PLACE, WATER VIEW $60,000 DORCHESTER B PART FURN, CEIL FANS, NEW CPT, RENTABLE BLDG $26,000
DOVER A CARPET, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, LINOLEUM, FURNISHED $38,000 CAMBRIDGE H STUNNING! FURN, NEW HURR WNDOS $58,900
DOVER B WTRVW, BEAUTY, NEAR CH, FURNITURE NEGOT $40,000 HASTINGS B UNFURN, CARPET, LIFT IN BLDG, LIGHT AND BRIGHT $37,000
CAMDEN E FURNISHED, WATER VIEW, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE $25,000 WALTHAM A FURN, RENTABLE BLDG, NEAR AMENITIES! $68,000
WINDSOR N BEAUTY, NEAR POOL AND WEST GATE $37,000 NORWICH L FURN, RENTABLE BLDG, GREAT LOCATION $69,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH SHEFFIELD O CT, GARDEN VIEW, LOVELY UNIT $60,000
DORCHESTER F LOTS OF UGRS, NR POOL, NWR APPL., FURN $14,000 GROUND FLOOR CORNER
CHATHAM O UNFUR, CPT, CT, GAR VW,C/A, LOTS OF UPGRADES, RENTABLE $31,500 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
GOLFS EDGE G BEST BUY AROUND, NR CH AND EGATE, FURN $39,000 WALTHAM E NEW CABINETS, NEW KIT, NEW ALL! BAMBOO FLNG $59,900
SHEFFIELD L LOVELY CONDO, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, LOTS O’LIGHT, FURN $17,900 CAMBRIDGE H CARPET, CENTRAL AIR, UNFURNISHED $38,000
CHATHAM G FURNISHED, WATER VIEW, CARPET AND CERAMIC TILE $38,000 CANTERBURY K FURN, CT, GARDEN VIEW, OUTSIDE CRN $39,000
SOUTHAMPTON B NEW CARPET, ELEVATOR IN BLDG, ENCLOSED PATIO $31,000 COVENTRY C UNFURN, CT, TRANS, UPGRADES $40,000
DORCHESTER C GDNVW, NR DORCHESTER POOL, CERAMIC TILE $22,000 NORWICH L FURN, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING $40,000
SOUTHAMPTON A CPT, CT, FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SECURITY $25,000 SOMERSET D FURN, CT, WATER VIEW, REDONE $65,000
DOVER C WATER VIEW, NEW CABINETS, FURN NEG $45,000 COVENTRY E FURN, CT, PETS OK, NEAR CH $45,000
ANDOVER A FURN, CARPET, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING $19,500 KENT D NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE $75,000
EASTHAMPTON D FURN, CARPET. GARDEN VIEW, NR EGATE $32,000 UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
DOVER B FURNISHED, CT, WTR VIEW, LG PATIO $55,000 HASTINGS I FURN, CT AND CARPET, STEPS FROM POOL $44,500
SOUTHAMPTON A CT, FURN NEGOT, NEW KIT, SCREENED PATIO $20,000 WELLINGTON L FURN, CT, NEAR POOL, CUL-DE-SAC, BEAUTY $59,000
SOUTHAMPTON B FURN, CPT, CA, FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC $24,000 CHATHAM K FURNI, NEWER APPLS, CERAMIC TILE $35,000
GREENBRIER A UNFURN, NEW REFRIG, GOLF VIEW $35,000 SALISBURY H CPT, CT, WALL UNITS, RENTABLE BLDG $28,000
GREENBRIER A UNFURN, ABS GORGEOUS, 24 HOUR FIT, ACTIVE COM $69,900 WELLINGTON L UNFURN, WTRVW, BAMBOO FLOORS $95,000
WELLINGTON F FURN, WTRVW, ELEV IN BUILDING $40,000 WELLINGTON J MORTGAGE $150,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH SUSSEX E UNFURN, UPGRADES, CERAMIC TILE $35,000
CAMDEN CT, UGRDS, DRIVE UP TO, BLDG HAS OWN POOL, FURN NEG. $25,000 GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5 OR 2 BATH
WINDSOR FURNISHED, CARPET $13,000 WELLINGTON C FURN UNIT NR POOL, CPT, CT, WTRVW $55,000
ANDOVER F FURN UNIT IN RENTABLE BLDG, NEWER APPL., ENCL. PATIO $14,000 COVENTRY G HANDYMAN SPECIAL $25,000
NORWICH H RENTABLE, UNFURN, BRAND NEW KIT AND BATH $38,000 BEDFORD I UNFURN, CT, CENTRAL AIR, GARDEN VIEW $49,000
SALISBURY G FURN, NEW APPLS, CT, FITNESS CENTER $30,000 NORWICH I PARTLY FURN, CARPET, NEAR EGATE $20,000
KENT C FURN, WTRVW, CT, UPDATED BATHROOM $20,000 CHATHAM D UNFURN, CT, WTRVIEW, RENTABLE BLDG $58,000
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 13

Memorial Day 2010 ADVANCED MUFFLER & BRAKE


Congregation Anshei Sholom will
be honoring all armed service person- OF WEST PALM BEACH
nel at a special Sabbath service on A Full Service Automotive Repair Facility
May 29, 2010.
There will be a color guard from the 2774 OKEECHOBEE BLVD., WEST PALM BEACH
(Just east of Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.)
Jewish War Veterans. A contingent
(561) 684-6882
from J.W.V. Post 520 and Post 501
will be there. NEW SERVICE - FRONT END ALIGNMENTS
We will have a service for all vet-
erans that made the supreme sacrifice
Come In and Allow Us to Be Your Friendly,
and did not return. We will have a Trustworthy Neighborhood Mechanic!
“taps ceremony.”
All the honors of the Sabbath service • Cooling Systems
• Air Conditioning
• Transmission Services
• Brakes
will be given to the men and women • Charging Systems • Exhaust Repair ING
• Tune Ups • Shocks & Struts TOW ABLE
who served our country. IL
• Driveline Service • Oil Changes AVA
If you wish, you may want to wear • Fuel Induction Service • Tires
All of Our Technicians are ASE Qualified Mechanics
your service cap. If you do not reside
in the Village, then you must wear
your cap to come thru the Village gate. FREE SPECIAL 10%
$21.95 Oil Change
All veterans attending will be hon- Engine Diagnostic Scan
With 25 point courtesy check Senior Discount
Most Cars
ored by the congregation. This invi- Must Present Coupon
Must Present Coupon Must Present Coupon
Most Cars - Excludes Synthetic
tation is also extended to all former Not valid with any other offer Not valid with any other offer Not valid with any other offer

members of the “IDF.”


You do not have to be Jewish to at-
tend this day of remembrance.
u u u u u u u
Page 14 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

Transportation
Barbara Cornish

I want to thank all the bus Flagler Museum on June 5.


riders for their cooperation in This will not be happening
the reduction of bus engine since we only had nine people
idling. I know this is an in- interested. If you have any
convenience, but the fuel bill ideas for day trips in the fall,
for the month of March 18 to please fill out a comment sheet
April 17 was approximately from the ticket office or UCO.
$9,826.00. Hopefully, we will It takes time to arrange this.
bring this cost down. Please All suggestions are welcome.
remember to go in the air- Remember, our meeting for
conditioned Clubhouse while transportation will be on May
waiting for your buses. May I 17, 2010 at 9:30 am in the
suggest that riders think about Clubhouse. Hope to see you
purchasing insulated bags to there.
carry their groceries home, Please check the new bus
especially during the summer. schedule on Page 47 of this
Sorry, but we did not have issue; there are changes to
much of a response for the the routes. o

When attending live shows at the


Clubhouse, shorts are not allowed;
all patrons must wear long pants or
dresses. %%%%%%
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(Opposite Century Village on Okeechobee Boulevard)
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$5 Safety Check 24 HOUR


WATER DAMAGE RESCUE SQUAD
of Your Building
Water Heater Burst?
PREVENT FLOOD DAMAGE Toilet Overflow? Broken Pipe?
We will inspect each and every 
WE CAN HELP!
apartment in your building for  Aenean a magna
There are two parts to this job: 
vel pede vestibulum
Part 1:
rhoncus. Nulla cursus Dry out the apartment. We will do 
only $5 per apartment. You will  orci quis tortor.
this and try our level best to keep the occupant 
receive a complete computer  in their apartment. 
read out of the safety (flood)  Part 2: To bring the apartment back to its 
original condition. You pay the deductible, WE 
status of your building.  BILL THE INSURANCE COMPANY FOR THE 
BALANCE. If the insurance company pays a 
Includes:  lesser amount or refuses to pay, we will 
 Water Heater Inspection  [Date]
ABSORB the LOSS! If they pay us fair and 
square, we will refund 10% of the insurance 
 All Valves 
money back to your building. This also applies 
 Toilet Condition 
This also applies to the individual home owner.
     (these can easily flood a building 
WE HAVE AN ENTIRE TEAM
Burst Proof Houses on Your Laundry Room 
Washing Machines Makes Good Sense  STANDING BY

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The Construction Guys, CFC 053324 

How to tell how old your


Hot Water Heater is:
The fist four numbers in the serial 
number tell you its age. 
 The first two numbers are the   Painting
month.   Toilets Fixed
 The 3rd & 4th numbers are the year 
of manufacture.   Leaks Repaired
 Do not confuse the serial number   Drains Cleaned
with the model number.   Sinks & Faucets Replaced
TEN YEARS IS THE LIFE EXPECTANCY
 Kitchens Remodeled
OF A HOT WATER HEATER!  Bathrooms Remodeled
 Water Heaters Installed
REGULAR WATER HEATERS … and much more!
$595 Installed We are State Licensed
Includes Permit, Basic Electrical Work 
& Water Heater 
Plumbers

Call Peter 561-351-5003 Call Peter 561-351-5003


The Construction Guys, CFC 053324  The Construction Guys, CFC 053324 
Page 16 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

call Sam Rosen, 478-3079. cameraclubcv@gmail.com year), 1:00 pm in CR 103, and


Organization News — see you in Dec. incl 30 min Q&A, biz portion,
Please note!!! DO NOT Century Village Camera presentation, 50/50 and door
simple or elaborate. Our group Club: We are looking for Century Village Computer prizes. Arrive by 12:15 if
resubmit dates for events
includes those who remember members. For information, Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu, you wish to join, renew your
already appearing in Orga-
iconic TV shows, movies, w r i t e K e n G r a f f , Nov-Apr (1st Thu only rest of
nization News unless there Continued on Page 34
music, dances, and events of

DL Gold
is a correction.
the 50s and 60s. For more in-
Amit Women Rishona Chap- formation, email lynnsevan@
ter: Meets every 2nd Tue w/ aol.com
collation at 12 noon and meet-
ing at 1:00 pm at Aitz Chaim B’nai B’rith Century: We
on Haverhill; call Ellie 471- meet every 4th Sun, 9:30 am, at
4935. Anshei Sholom. Admission is
free to members ($3 to guests).
Anshei  Sholom: It’s sum- FMI, Dr. Levy @ 478-6865.
mertime, but we’re still here We buy gold jewelry in any condition, coins, school rings
running programs: May 29, Brooklyn U.S.A.: Will meet
Memorial Day, Special Sab- in the Party Room. Steve,
and earrings.
bath Service for our veterans 242-0481.
starting at 8:45 am, w/color We pay the highest amount in cash.
guard from JWV Posts 501 Canadian Club: Meets 4 th

and 520; Jun 9, the Sister- Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00 For your protection and privacy, we come to your home.
hood will run a luncheon/ pm. Membership open to all.
card party at the Synagogue; Lots of great activities. Betty, We evaluate, test and weigh your gold. We give you an
Jul 4, ann Independence Day 684-0766; Franne, 478-9526; estimate and you decide.
BBQ; Sep 6, ann Labor Day Madelaine, 684-5595.
BBQ; Dec 12, the Sisterhood We are licensed by the state of Florida.
and Men’s presents a 7-day Century Village Bowling
Eastern Caribbean Cruise on League: Our 2nd half of the
Certificate #60-8015001180-0
the NCL Norwegian Pearl season just started. You can
(FMI call 684-3212). Join us join us for the rest of the sea- With over 20 years in precious metal experience.
for daily minyans at 8:30 am son. The 1 half ended w/a tie
st
We are reliable, trustworthy and honest. References provided
(8:45 on Sat) and eve services for 1 place — a playoff will
st
upon request.
at 5:00 pm. follow with team #7 (Steve
Mussman, Letty McKay, Ber-
Baby Boomers Club: We are nie Kaufman, Steve Schoen-
looking for more members to brun) and #2 (Jack Posner,
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On a personal note: When I At the Library are eligible for a free library
was lucky to leave Vienna in By Chuck Waugh card with proper I.D. Visit the
December 1939, my escape Summer Reading at library today! 
took me to Trieste, Italy, where June Programs:
Kurt’s I spent ten days before leaving
Okeechobee Branch
• Tues, June 1, 8:30 am:
Library
Opinions Europe for good. The atmo- “Make a Splash” is the Mousing Around
sphere — then — was so com- • Tues, June 1, 8, 15, 22 and
Kurt Weiss pletely different from what I
theme of the Adult Summer
29, 1:00 pm: English Ex-
Reading Program at the Palm
experienced in the “Ostmark” Beach County Library. Library change
under Hitler. No pressure, no summer reading programs • Tues, June 1, 2:30 pm: Be-
anti-Semitism (no Nuremberg have long been the domain of ginning Computers
Democracy them equally. The main differ- laws). What a relief. • Wed, June 2, 10:30 am:
children, yet more and more
My college dictionary de- ence is that in our country, we Today, numerous countries Movie (Not Rated, 91min.)
libraries are hosting summer
fines democracy thus: “A form elect a President and he forms are ruled by dictators: Cuba, • Wed, June 2, and Thurs,
reading activities for adults as
of government by the people his government. In Europe Venezuela, most Arab states, June 10, 17, and 24, 2:00
well.
in which the supreme power is and elsewhere, countries have and of course, China. A dic- pm: Health and Nutrition
Additionally, branch librar-
vested in the people and exer- a head of state who names tatorship does not necessarily Series
ians will be leading a book
cised by them or their elected the leader of the party which have one dictator. It may well • Wed, June 2, 6:00 pm: Cre-
discussion once a month, June
agents under a free electoral obtained the highest number be ruled by a one-party sys- ole Computer Class
through September. Books
system.” Our country certainly of votes in elections as Prime tem, such as China. • Thurs, June 3, 12:00 pm:
discussed will have a water
qualifies as a democracy. Fur- Minister whose task it is to Democracies have either Cyber Security
theme. Sign-up and get a copy
ther definition also describes form a coalition government, two houses in their parliamen- • Mon, June 7, 14, 21, and 28,
of the book at the Informa-
such a form of government as which must be able to obtain tary system, such as the U.S. 6:30 pm: Family Origami
tion Desk. Lastly, the sum-
one which “maintains social a majority in their parliament, (Senate and House of Repre- • Wed, June 9, 8:30 am:
mer loan period at the Palm
equality” and we are slowly not always an easy task. sentatives) or Great Britain Browser Basics
Beach County Library runs
getting there. There is another way in (Commons and the House of • Wed, June 16, 6:00 pm:
through September. Books
There are different forms which countries are ruled with- Lords). There are many whose Creole Computer Class
from the general collection can
of democratic governments out the consent of their people parliament consists of only • Wed, June 23, 2:30 pm: Be-
be checked out for up to eight
which fall under the broad — dictatorships. We all wit- one (Israel, Egypt, states in ginning MS Word (hands on)
weeks. Ask at the Check-Out
definition of “democracy.” nessed the sad state of affairs Northern Europe, etc.). • Tues, June 29, 2:30 pm: Sum-
Desk for details.
Here we have a two-party when Hitler in Germany and No political system is per- mer Book Discussion o
The Okeechobee Boulevard
system, with some minor party Mussolini in Italy ruled their fect or foolproof, but like

L
Branch Library is located next
trying from time to time to countries with absolute power. I many other things in life, to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours
become a third major player would add to that the late Soviet we have to accept what we are: Monday, Tuesday, and
— not very successfully. In Union, where Stalin’s dictator- consider better than any other Wednesday from 10:00 am to
other parts of the world, there ship was thinly disguised by alternative. Our system also 8:00 pm and Thursday, Friday
are multi-party democracies: an “elected” one-party duma. permits us to fight for changes and Saturday from 10:00 am to
Great Britain, France, Germa- There are degrees of the opposi- when we see shenanigans, 5:00 pm All Village residents,
ny, India, Israel, etc. The defi- tion under which the people in such as we lately witnessed in including seasonal residents,
nition of democracy applies to such countries have to exist. the U.S. Senate. o
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 19

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GR FL 1 BR / 1 BATH a/c Walk to eastgate.......................... 23,500


ANDOVER F Stunning all tile in pristine BEDFORD F Corner, new a/c, carpet freshly
cond, patio on garden MUST SEE... 19,900 painted, walk to clubhouse............... 29,900
COVENTRY I Tile and new shower,walk to GR FL 2 BR / 1 ½ BATH
club with patio on garden................. 16,900 CHATHAM E CORNER Chatham Isle on
SHEFFIELD O GREAT nicely maintained lake, tile Extra special location........ 49,900
leather furn, walk to club................. 17,500 NORWICH A CORNER, New kitchen &
CAMDEN I Across from pool,patio on baths, all tile must see...................... 39,900
greenway,rentable............................. 16,900 BEDFORD H waterfront, all tile, furnished,
EASTHAMPTON A Clean & bright across lovely................................................ 38,000
from gate, Tile................................. 19,000 CAMDEN E CORNER, Waterfront, newly
GR FL CNR 1 BR / 1 ½ BATH renovated, walk to pool.................... 49,900
NORWICH O CORNER, light & bright, CHATHAM U CORNER, great price,
close to gate, central A/C................. 24,900 hurricane protection.......................... 29900
CHATHAM U Corner, tile, open kitchen, ANDOVER L Water front with tile
newer appl. new porch,easy access.. 29,000 completely furnished & rentable...... 37,900
WINDSOR H CORNER, New kitchen & NORWICH A pristine perfect corner all new
baths, patio on garden,wlk to pool... 26,900 very pretty........................................ 34,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BR / 1 BATH UPPER 2 BR 1½ BATH
CAMBRIDGE A Rentable, friendly BERKSHIRE H great opportunity for two
association........................................ 19,500 bedroom, needs TLC........................ 24,000
UPPER FLOOR 1 BR 1 ½ BATH EASTHAMPTON G CORNER, walk to
NORWICH D Complete w/lift key, newer Egate, immaculate, central a/c, tile.. 34,000
appls, needs TLC GREAT DEAL.... 13,900 NORWICH D Exquisite tile, hurr shtrs,
WINDSOR G PRETTY Designer carpet and furnished, walk to gate..................... 39,900
paint, walk to gate & pool................ 19,500 2 BR / 2 BATH
GREENBRIER B Stunning Tile throughout GOLF’S EDGE B Gr fl, park at your door,
and oversized floor plan WOW........ 39,900 walk to CH, new kit/baths, HR shtrs.54,900
GREENBRIER A Georgeous pool & GREENBRIER C All new kitchen & baths,
Greenway vws, redone, tile, beauty. 52,500 new a/c & appl, part furn.................. 68,000
GOLF’S EDGE F Pristine freshly painted SOMERSET B ground floor, beautiful, comp
lovely view great price..................... 24,900 remodeled, best view in village, too many
WINDSOR S Love this one!!! Turnkey updates to list!!!................................ 74,900
condo, tile, like a model................... 40,000 PLYMOUTH cnr villa, footsteps to pool,
GREENBRIER C Lovely golf views, new kitchen and updated, lovely oversized
elevator & Pool furnished nicely...... 39,900 Florida room................................... 145,900
UPPER CNR 1 BR / 1 ½ BATH WELLINGTON D ground floor, fabulous
SHEFFIELD K CORNER great opportunity building, great opportunity to own, all tile,
to own in this assoc, Needs TLC...... 14,500 new kitchen and baths, on lake........ 67,900
WINDSOR S CORNER, Laminate flooring,
furnished, turnkey with newer appl.. 24,000 REMAX ANNUAL RENTALS
SHEFFIELD H CNR TILE thruout, updated, CAMDEN E 2/1.5 CNR GROUND UNFURN WTRFRT WALK TO POOLS......700
shows true pride of ownership......... 29,900 WALTHAM F 1/1 GR FL CHARMER TURNKEY WALK TO AMENITIES.......600
ANDOVER D 1/1.5 CNR 2ND FLOOR TURNKEY UNIT, CENTRAL A/C........500
EASTHAMPTON C CORNER, Clean as a
BEDFORD A 1/1.5 CNR TILE, NICELY FURN,WITH LIFT WALK TO C.H.....650
whistle, near to gate & club.............. 27,500 CANTERBURY I 1/1 2ND FL LAM FL, LIKE NEW CLEAN AS A WHISTLE.. 500
ANDOVER H Corner,very pretty All tile WELLINGTON A 1 1/2 POOLSIDE, OS TONS OF CLOSETS, PART FURN.....650
new bath,on preserve........................ 24,900 COVENTRY G 2 1/1 CNR 2/1.5 SPOTLESS, FURN, UPDATED.........................800
EASTHAMPTON E Corner, rentable central SOMERSET H 2/2 GROUND, ALL TILE UNFURN OS ON WATER..................700
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seasonal. 1/1½ furnished. 2nd


floor, nice view, quiet build-
$700. Call 817-313-3579
Wanted to Buy
Watch Your
Classified Ads ing. Call 561-683-1540, after
May 1st call 508-752-5259
Large corner apartment 1/1½.
2-bedroom CV condo, 1st floor
or with lift. Call 640-5443
2 Bedroom 1st or 2nd floor with
Signs!
Attention CV Drivers:
Classified ads are printed 7 closets. Large enclosed patio Central air/unfurnished, walk to lift. Cash buy. Call 640-5443
on a space available basis. with access to patio from bed- synagogue and clubhouse. Month-
Please observe the
Lost
Ads should be submitted by
the seventh of the month in room and living room. Building
ly rent $525. Call 805-965-2540 Help! Lost 2 important address sign at the Haverhill
which they are to appear. is next to pool, large laundry Ground floor 1/1 furnished books approx 6”x7” each one Gate. No right turn on
Articles must be resubmitted room and card room. Furnished or unfurnished. Near main black cover, one yellow cover.
every month if they are to be $52,000. Call 615-9909. clubhouse and Haverhill gate, Call 561-640-0773, or 561- red!
repeated.
All Classified ads must be
For Rent great location. Yearly rent 683-6999. Will pay postage. Let’s make safe driv-
on a full sheet of paper (8½ x Northampton B, annual rent or $525. Short lease available Reward. o
11). Scraps of paper will not
ing a priority at CV.

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All items submitted must
include name and address of
contributor. Name and ad-
dress will not be printed; this
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Classified ads are a service
for UCO members only. Skilled Nursing - RNs and LPNs
For Sale
By owner 2/2 + large Fla • Certified Nursing Assistants
room, luxury furniture, re-
modeling tile floors, central • Home Health Aides
A/C/ + heat + fans. Hurricane
shutters, beautiful view, in • Companions
front of swimming pool, next
to laundry room. Reduced to
$88,000 negotiable. Call 786-
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dated bathroom / appliances.
Storm shutters, A/C units.
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• Monthly Bill Payments UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
• Medical Insurance Claims EASTHAMPTON B NEW APPLIANCES, UNFURNISHED, CARPET, 24 HOUR SECURITY $450
• Year-End Tax Reports SALISBURY G CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, NEW APPLIANCES $500
CANTERBURY B CARPET, TRANSPORTATION, CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER $450
• Cash Flow Maintenance ANDOVER D BEAUTIFUL UNIT, FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $525
• Record Organization NORTHAMPTON L CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, LOVELY UNIT $500
NORTHAMPTON S CERAMIC TILE, CARPET, FULLY FURNISHED, NEW APPLIANCES $500
ANDOVER M CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHEDM NEW A/C, CORNER UNIT $600
561-747-7023 KENT F
CAMDEN B
UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR POOL, GARDEN VIEW
UNFURNISHED, CARPET, WATER VIEW, NEAR POOL
$550
$475
25% Senior Discount 1st Visit WINDSOR I FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE $475
Licensed PBC WINDSOR D FURNISHED, CARPET, LIFT IN BUILDING, NEAR WEST GATE, WATER VIEW $475
BERKSHIRE D FURNISHED, CARPET, WATER VIEW, NEAR WEST GATE $440
SUSSEX I FURNISHED, PERGO FLOORS, QUIET AREA, VERY CLEAN $525
CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $475
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
CANTERBURY H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, NEW APPLIANCES $550
WINDSOR FURNISHED, CARPET $475
CAMDEN G CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, SCREENED PATIO $550
SUSSEX A NEW COUNTERTOPS, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE $550
ANDOVER F FURNISHED, CARPET, NEWER APPLIANCES, NEAR THE WEST GATE $550
CAMDEN J UNFURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW, WALK TO POOL, CARPET/CERAMIC TILE $550
WINDSOR Q WALK TO EAST GATE, GROUND FLOOR, FURNISHED, 2 WINDOW UNITS $550
ANDOVER E FURNISHED UNIT, CARPET, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER $475
NORTHAMPTON R FURNISHED, CARPET, 24 HOUR SECURITY, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $550
WINDSOR F SHOWER STALL, NEAR WEST GATE, 24 HOUR SECURITY $500
BERKSHIRE G FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET $550
SALISBURY B FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, 2 AC UNITS $500
KENT G FURNISHED, NEW CARPET, NEAR POOL, NICE LOCATION $550
SHEFFIELD F FURNISHED, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $525
CAMDEN E FURNISHED, WATER VIEW, CLOSE TO GATE $550
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5/2 BATH
DOVER B FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, LARGE PATIO $800
KENT N CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTIFULLY REDONE $625
ANDOVER A FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE BUILDING $550
SOUTHAMPTON A PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, GOLF VIEW $450
CHATHAM O UNFUR, CARPET, CER TILE, GAR. VIEW,C/A, LOTS OF UPGRADES, RENTABLE $475
SOUTHAMPTON A NEW APPLIANCES, PATIO STORAGE, CERAMIC TILE, CEILING FANS $550
SUSSEX A UNFURNISHED, REDONE, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE $500
EASTHAMPTON G FULLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $650
SOUTHAMPTON B FURNISHED, CARPET, LARGE PATIO, NEAR POOL $500
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
COVENTRY L 2 AC UNITS, SHOWER STALL, NEW COUNTERTOPS IN KITCHEN $525
WALTHAM H FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW KITCHEN WITH GRANITE COUNTERTOPS $575
NORTHAMPTON A FURNISHED, NEWER APPLIANCES, 2 AC UNITS, GARDEN VIEW $600
CAMDEN E FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, NEAR POOL $525
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
COVENTRY B UNFURNISHED CENTRAL AIR, CARPET, HARDWOOD FLOOR, GARDEN VIEW
COVENTRY A FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW $600
GOLFS EDGE FULLY FURNISHED, CARPET, LINOLEUM, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $750
CHATHAM K FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW STOVE AND NEW REFRIGERATOR $650
NORWICH F FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, WALL UNITS $600
STRATFORD B FURNISHED, NEAR EAST GATE, CERAMIC TILE $650
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
STRATFORD J
CHATHAM D UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, CENTRAL AIR $600
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1/1.5 BATH
WINDSOR J UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, OUTSIDE CORNER UNIT $550
BEDFORD D NEW TILE, AC, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, WALK IN SHOWER $600
EASTHAMPTON D FURNISHED, NEW BATH, CENTRAL AIR, SHOWER STALL $600
WINDSOR M FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR $550
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
SHEFFIELD E UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR, REDONE KITCHEN AND BATHS $700
CANTERBURY G FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE AND LINOLEUM KEEP THE PLACE COOL $600
DORCHESTER B CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED CORNER UNIT, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $650
DORCHESTER B PARTLY FURNISHED, CEILING FANS, NEW A/C, GARDEN VIEW $600
CHATHAM D FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEW KITCHEN $650
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
COVENTRY H NICE FURNISHED UNIT NEAR EAST GATE, ACTIVE CLUHOUSE $650
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 BATH
NORWICH F FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, CLUBHOUSE $600
ANDOVER A PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR, GARDEN VIEW $550
CANTERBURY E CERAMIC TILE, LOTS OF LIGHT, ENCLOSED PATIO, NEAR POOL $450
WINDSOR J FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTY $750
NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW $575
ANDOVER M FURNISHED, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, NEW AC, CORNER UNIT $600
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1 BATH
NORWICH O FURNISHED, CARPET, GARDEN VIEW $600
WALTHAM I FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE $650
COVENTRY B NEAR FITNESS CENTER, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, UNFURNISHED $600

Peppino’s Italian Restaurant


SEASONAL RENTALS
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
COVENTRY A CERAMIC TILE, QUEEN SIZED BED, BATHROOMS REDONE $1,200
COVENTRY H SEASONAL ONLY IF RENTED BEFORE 12/1/2010, THEN ONLY ANNUAL $1,200
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED 1.5 BATH
1290 N. Military Trail • 681-6575 SOUTHHAMPTON B FURNISHED, CARPET, DEVELOPMENT HAS ITS OWN POOL
WINDSOR J NEAR WEST GATE, CERAMIC TILE, CARPET
$950
$1,150
Owners Agnes and Danny welcome you to Peppino’s NORWICH C FURNISHED, CARPET, FULL SIZED BED AND SOFA BED
SHEFFIELD I FURNISHED, CARPET, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, TRANSPORTATION, CLUBHS
$1,000
$1,100

Early Bird Everyday


UPPER FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
BERKSHIRE D CARPET, NEAR WEST GATE AND POOL $950
WINDSOR D CARPET, WATER VIEW, CLOSE TO WEST GATE $950
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
WINDSOR I WATER VIEW, NEAR EAST GATE, BEAUTIFUL, FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE $650

including soup and salad, entree, rolls,


DOVER B WATER VIEW, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,100
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1.5 BATH
CAMDEN H NEAR POOL AND WEST GATE, VERY NICE SEASONAL RETREAT
NORTHAMPTON A FURNISHED, NEWER APPLIANCES, 2 AC UNITS, GARDEN VIEW $1,000

beverage and dessert from $9.95


DOVER B BEAUTY, CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, NEAR CLUBHOUSE $1,200
HASTINGS E CARPET, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER, 24 HOUR SECURITY $1,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
WALTHAM B CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, EXTRA PATIO, BEAUTIFUL $1,200

Lunch special: 10" sandwich with


CHATHAM K CARPET, FURNISHED, NEAR AMENITIES $1,250
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED 1 BATH
SUSSEX A NEW COUNTERTOPS, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE $1,000
CAMDEN J UNFURNISHED, GARDEN VIEW, WALK TO POOL , CARPET/CERAMIC TILE $1,100

free drink and chips — $5.95


NORTHAMPTON R FURNISHED, CARPET, 24 HOUR SECURITY, FITNESS CENTER $1,200
SHEFFIELD F NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER, CLEAN AND FRESH $950
CAMDEN G CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, SCREENED PATIO $900
SALISBURY G CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, TRANSPORTATION $1,125
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
COUPON COUPON

$1 OFF EACH DINNER $3 OFF $25 TOTAL CHECK


STRATFORD K BEAUTIFULLY FURNIHSED CONDO W/ CERAMIC TILE, CENTRAL AIR & HEAT $1,250
SOMERSET D WOOD FLLORS, LARGE WALK IN SHOWER, 2 BATHS, NICE UNIT $1,200
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED 1.5 BATH
SHEFFIELD J PRISTINE, FURNISHED, CARPET, ONE OF THE PRETTIEST IN CV $1,200
DORCHESTER B CERAMIC TILE, FURNISHED, CORNER UNIT, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $1,200
COVENTRY H NICE FURNISHED UNIT NEAR EAST GATE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $1,150
GOLFS EDGE F FURNISHED, NEWER APPLIANCES, RE-DONE BATHROOM, GARDEN VIEW $1,200
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 23

Preventing Falls horn it you have difficulty put- foods such as dairy products, The Century Vil- Arts & Entertainment
ting on shoes.  dark green, leafy vegetables, Continued from Page 38
for Seniors Watch where you’re going. and nuts, as well as taking
lage Orchestra is
the Spider Woman, a Kander
Submitted by Century Turn the light on when calcium supplements. looking for musi- and Ebb musical, likewise has
Medical Care Center entering a room and when Having a fear of falling cians to fill our gay overtones, but it doesn’t
Every year, more than 11 going up or down the stairs. should not rule your life. For
million Americans over the Avoid rushing to answer the more information about pre-
string section (vio- lack general interest. It runs
January 27-February 6. Blood
age of 65 fall, and injuries phone or door. Arrange your venting falls, talk with your lin, viola, cello and Brothers I’ve never viewed
related to falls account for closet and cabinet so things doctor or visit the National bass). We also need but I recall it as garnering
more than 1.6 million visits are within an easy reach. Keep Institute on Aging Web site at
by seniors to the emergency a flashlight handy in case of a www.nihseniorhealth.gov. For
French horn, per- good reviews in London where
it was produced some years
room. Falls are the leading power failure. a referral to a doctor within cussion and bassoon back. Twins separated at birth
cause of fractures, hospital- Use assistive devices. Century Village please call players. Call Rickie and what happens to them is
izations due to trauma, loss Canes and walkers can help Century Medical Care Center
of independence and injury you stay balanced and prevent at (561) 697-3131. o
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I’m Fine,
Thank You
There is nothing the matter
Your Theater with me,
The Reader’s
Claudette I’m as healthy as one can be! Corner
I have arthritis in both my
LaBonte knees
Lenore Velcoff
And when I talk, I talk with a
wheeze.
My pulse is weak, and my
blood is thin,
It is wonderful to see so row. We are required to have Some of the books I review regulation regarding animal
But I’m awfully well for the
many of you in line purchas- this area “Available.” There- are written by men but are abuse or spousal abuse during
shape I’m in!
ing tickets for the Saturday fore, no other seating should for women readers. Water for the time this story took place.
My teeth eventually have to
evening shows and from your be allowed in this area. A Elephants by Sara Gruen is There is an entourage of
come out
response you have been de- frequently asked question is the opposite. Though I found characters — Jacob, the “hero”;
And my Diet — I hate to
lighted with the performances. “Can I sit there and if someone it interesting, I feel it is more Marlena, his love interest who
think about!
June promises to be just as needs it I will move?” The of a man’s book. is another man’s wife; August
I am overweight and I can’t
exciting. answer is “no.” This becomes This is the story of a young and Uncle Al, his adversaries;
get thin,
In the meantime, however, disruptive to both the per- man studying to be a veteri- and of course, Rosie. Unfor-
But I’m awfully well for the
we must discuss the open seat- former as well as the patrons. narian when fate changed his tunately, I found the author’s
shape I’m in.
ing policy for the theater. Please respect the obliga- path. It is also his story at age description of Jacob’s life in a
I think my liver is out of
Theater Etiquette: tion of the ushers as they 90 as he remembers his days nursing home true to life and
whack,
The first two rows of Sec- perform their duties of Theater with a circus during The Great depressing. I could believe that
And a terrible pain is in my
tion B are reserved for the Etiquette. Depression. The reality of the none of his children wanted to
back,
visually handicapped. The In the meantime, please circus and the depression of move him out of that facility
My hearing is poor, my sight
WPRF office stamps the back enjoy the following, which the 30s make it easy to become and into their care.
is dim,
of the ticket to enable the ush- are all Saturday evening 8 pm involved in the story. The If, as a teenager, or as a
Most everything seems to be
ers to monitor proper seating. shows: hobos and unsavory charac- young man, you ever dreamed
out of trim,
Should they not have stamped • June 5 – Michael Aingel ters are accentuated by the of running away to join the
But I’m awfully well for the
your ticket, the WPRF issued • June 12 – Lu White & Iraida luxurious life of the stars of the circus, read this book and learn
shape I’m in.
card will allow you in this • June 19 – Bunny Osborn show. It was interesting to find how lucky you were to have
Arch supports I have for my
seating area. • June 26 – Hollywood Pop out about all the conflicts that never lived out that dream.
feet,
Another area which causes Variety Show Band go on behind the scenes. You I found the book realistic,
Or I wouldn’t be able to be
difficulty is the wheelchair See you at the Theater. o may be bothered by the abuse sleazy and horrific. But it
on the street,
that happens to both people touched my heart for the love
Sleep is denied me night
and animals in this book, but of humans and animals despite
after night,
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 Graduate of Boston University, BA, Political Science
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chasing eight ounce bottles tential flow of current to these and other pro-active pre-
of Build-Up Remover for individual units. Aluminum ventive maintenance activities
AC Drain lines (one per top wiring loosens, resulting in by disseminating the informa-
floor unit) from the local arcing and potential power tion to those who either did
Maintenance building supply store and failure to a unit or the entire not get the message or do not
emptying the contents into building. Every five years, understand the consequences
Dom Guarnagia the condensate drip pan, as a rule of thumb, a profes- vs. the benefits.
located behind the filter in sional/licensed electrician Next month’s meeting will
the top floor unit, allowing should inspect and tighten be held prior to the deadline
the contents to flow down wiring lugs in the Electrical for the maintenance article
thru the drain stack remov- Room at the T-box (trough), in the Reporter, so that the
There are several varying plated ball valves which re- ing algae and other potential the unit meters and the in- discussions and ideas can
definitions of preventive main- quire a mere quarter turn to obstructions, thereby pre- dividual unit panel boards. be reported, giving credit to
tenance. For the application to operate. The cost of this one venting back-ups that can After tightening the con- those who attend and engage
Century Village, my adapted time fix to the Association overflow during the owner’s nectors, an application of in dialog. o
definition is, “Action undertak- will be less than the liability absence causing mold/mil- an anti-oxidant inhibiting
en to forestall the anticipated deductible for a single oc- dew to grow and spread. agent should be applied to Stay in Touch: Watch Channel 63
failure of structural, plumbing currence. The benefits may The cost of an eight ounce. prevent further deteriora- Your Channel 63 Team has modified the
and electrical systems in our never be known since all bottle is less than $7.00 and tion of the existing wiring. way Channel 63 displays all information.
maturing buildings.” toilet fixtures can easily be is another pro-active proce- Costs vary depending on We are currently running all information
I am both a member of the removed from service sea- dure that can be reported to the number of units and within a 25 minute schedule that repeats all
new Insurance Committee sonally or in an emergency, the Association’s insurance contractor. Performing this
day.
and chair of the Maintenance without catastrophic con- This includes the Village Report, The
provider, potentially reduc- will insure the viability of
Committee, which places me sequences. Notification of Happenings, All Classes available currently,
ing the cost of the Associa- the electrical system help- all Clubs/Organizations, UCO meetings and
in a unique position. By apply- the work proposed should tion’s policy. ing to reduce occurrences all public service announcements.
ing new provisions and cost- be sent by mail to each unit • The electric feed to the indi- of costly power outages. Please take time to view this NEW ap-
saving measures introduced owner prior to commencing vidual buildings is provided These and other preventive proach and then give us your critique.
by the insurance industry, I can the remediation. by aluminum wire and dis- applications will result in your All suggestions will be reviewed and we
initiate new ways to reduce the • Several multi-story Build- tribution through copper Association paying less for in- hope to implement any new recommenda-
Association’s annual insur- ing Associations have been wiring. The aluminum wir- surance premiums than neigh- tions that we receive from you.
ance costs through pro-active pro-active in the past re: ing has oxidized (rusted) boring Associations. However, Thanks for your participation.
measures that greatly decrease central HVAC units, by pur- badly, impairing the po- we should be altruistic about Your Channel 63 Team
the potential occurrence of
catastrophic accidents while
maintaining a safer environ-
ment utilizing low cost up-
grading and replacement of
various components.
The May meeting will have
occurred after this article’s
printing, but discussion in-
volving a few low cost sug-
gested procedures will be
discussed as follows:
• Form a committee of at least
two people, preferably of-
ficers of the Association, to
survey the shut-off valves
below the toilets in each
unit’s bathroom within the
Association, noting those
that do not function prop-
erly. Hire a handyman or
plumber (a permit is not
required for existing com-
ponent replacement) and
for less than $50.00 per
toilet, replace the defective
valve(s) with new chrome-

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Recreation News Federal Fire Arms Licensed


Dealer ready to help you At Century Village
Gun Club and make your purchase go
John H. Merey, M.D., P.A.
George smoothly.
Every meeting has a cur-
Franklin
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Ophthalmology/Diseases
The Century Village Gun fied Police Officer fire arms of the Eyes
Club meets the second Tues- instructor in attendance. All
day EVERY month at 7:00 weapons brought to meetings Accepts Medicare
pm in Class Room “B” of the are checked for safety. Have and Most Insurances
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cluded Federal Agents, Sheriff
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We also have enjoyed a
Club Shoot; Gator Guns and Our winter season racing
Archery Center has given the results were announced and
members a “Club Rate” to winners honored accordingly
shoot — $4.50 all day!! If you with over 100 members and
do not own a fire arm, they will guests in attendance at our
rent you one. April 6 picnic on Duck Island.
You may also take the State Now, the spring races are in
of Florida Concealed Weap- full swing with a surprisingly
ons Class there on Thursday large number of competitors
nights if you so desire to carry remaining even after most
a weapon. Many of our mem- of our snowbirds have sailed
bers have done so already. away back north.
Want to purchase a fire arm?
We can help; the club has a Continued on Page 32
Page 30 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

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Page 32 THE UCO REPORTER June 2010

Recreation News Members are still raving


Continued from Page 29 about the success of our spring
Tuesday races are ongoing. picnic, the best yet, at Duck
Ron Helms won all four of the Island on March 24. We an-
regattas on Thursday, April 29 ticipate that next year’s will
as well as the navigational race top it. We’re especially glad
involving seven of our sailors that so many of our Canadian
on Friday. Kudos, Ron! members turned out for this
The last meeting of the event.
season will be held on May We wish all our snowbirds
14, and we will resume again a happy, healthy, and active
in October. First nominations summer and expect to see
for board members will be them back on our improved
held in November with second courts next season. Those
nominations and elections fol- remaining in the Village are
lowing in December. invited to coordinate with Mr.
As usual, our potluck din- Speerin for court time.
ners will continue to be sa- Submitted by Christine
vored on the first Tuesday of Mohanty, taking over for Jerry
each month beginning with Goldberg as UCO reporter. o
November 1. Our annual

O
breakfast to be organized by
the cheerleaders will be Janu-
ary 16. Thanks go to Evelyn
Mintz for all the breakfasts
she supervised in the past. Our
luncheon is slated for February
16 and our ever-popular dinner
dance for early March.
In the meantime, Helga
Lieb, our dock attendant and
sailing instructor will remain
on duty throughout the summer
season from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday, so
come on down and sail away!

Tennis
Christine
Mohanty

Our members wish to thank


UCO and Anita Cruz for ap-
proving our request for bad-
ly needed court resurfacing.
Nova, Inc., a widely respected
firm, will be working on three
of them throughout the month
of May. Courts #1 & 2 will
remain hard courts while #3
will be hard true, a surface that
should be easier on the knees
of our more senior players.
We hope our members will
patiently wait for this process
to be completed. Courts #4 &
5, remaining open for play,
should be sufficient in view of
the fact that most of our snow-
birds have flown back north.
This year’s membership
increased by 20%, and we
expect that the newly resur-
faced courts will attract even
more members next season. 
Our players participated in
three successful tournaments
in the village presided over
by Tom Speerin, our Tennis
Center Director. We thank him
for his invaluable supervision
and extend congratulations to
all who participated. Our men
have represented us well in Di-
vision B competitions outside
Century Village, and perhaps a
women’s team can be initiated
next year.
June 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 33

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nd
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Windsor G – 2nd fl, unfurn., clean, bright & breezy $16,900
1 BEDROOM/ 1.5 BATHS
Andover M – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, water view $25,000 Kent D – 2nd floor, furnished, carpet $26,000
Bedford K – 1t floor; furniture negotiable; water view $19,000 Kent L – Nicely furnished. Well maintained $29,900
Berkshire B – Lakeview, 1st floor, ceramic tile $38,500 Northampton A – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished $12,000
Cambridge H – 1 fl-ceramic tile-upgraded Beautiful!
st
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Camden H – 2nd floor, carpeted and unfurnished $26,000 Norwich B – 2nd floor, furniture negotiable, carpeted $20,900
Canterbury A – 2 floor, unfurnished
nd
$14,900 Norwich H – 1st flr, upgraded kitchen, storm shutters $29,900
Canterbury F – 2nd fl, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile. $22,900 Norwich H – 2nd floor, central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile $31,800
Chatham T – 2 floor, central a/c, lake view, turnkey Cov-
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entry L – 2 floor, bright/sunny. Lift to 2 floor
nd nd
$19,900 Salisbury D – Part. furnished, carpeted unit; dishwasher $22,000
Dorchester D – 2nd fl-ceramic tile-washer-furniture neg $25,900 Salisbury D – 2nd floor, corner, carpet, central a/c $1,900
Dover B – 1 floor, lake view, ceramic tile, central a/c
st
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Dover B – 1 fl-central a/c-carpet & cer tile, lake view
st
$39,000 Sheffield I – 2nd floor, corner unit, central a/c $27,500
Dover C – 4th floor, central a/c, lake view, furnished $45,00 Sheffield N – 2nd floor, furnished, central a/c $33,000
Easthampton E – 1 floor, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile
st
$35,900 Southampton A – 4th fl.-central a/c-ceramic tile-view $24,900
Greenbrier C – Richly furnished, new a/c, shutters $49,900 Sussex A – 2nd floor, unfurnished $29,900
Hastings B – 1 floor, partially furnished
st
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Hastings B – 1 floor, ceramic tile, partially furnished
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st
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Chatham A – 2nd floor, corner, central a/c, partial furnished $34,900 Hastings B – 2nd floor, central a/c, unfurnished $29,900
Chatham E – 1 fl, laminate floors, on canal
st
$39,900 Northampton P – 1st floor, central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile $38,900
Chatham T – 2 floor, corner, central a/c, lift in building
nd
$58,900 Norwich B – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished $32,900
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st
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nd
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Chit Chat Group: We meet
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3:30 pm, Classroom B (2nd fl).
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conversation, friendship and
fun. Topics are general and
deal with stress, nutrition and
how to cope, and jokes. The
program is free (note: will not
take place in Jul/Aug). Led by
Rhoda, formerly of the Senior
Lunch Bunch program at the
JCC; call her at 686-0835.

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Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of
CH. Bowling every Mon, 9:30
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Organization News pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi- WOW: Women of Welling- Yiddish Vinkl: The Village’s Comcast Training
Continued from Page 34 torium for mini-lunch and ton welcome you to events of unique and much-loved Vinkl
interesting programs, guests wonder. Lenore, 683-4166; will continue during the sum- Scheduled
Irish-American Cultural are always welcome (Rhoda Marjorie, 687-3991. mer and all-year-round, on the Comcast will conduct a
Club of CV: Meets 1st Tue in 478-8559). Coming events: 1st and 3rd Sun, 1:30-3:00 pm, training day at the Club-
CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For Oct 5-19, tour Israel past and Yiddish Advanced Reading Music Room of the CH. All house as follows:
info, call Robert, 917-704- future from Eternal Jerusalem Group: Menke Katz Reading are welcome. Knowledge of Date: June 8th, 2010
0223. to Eliat; Dec 5-12, Belize, Circle invites readers to join Yiddish is not required, as all Day: Tuesday
Honduras, Costa Maya and group headed by Troim Han- is translated to English. Edy, Place: Main Clubhouse,
Italian-American Culture Key West on the Norwegian dler. Currently reading Night 687-4255. o Classroom C
Club: Bowling at Verdes Pearl (Sylvia 686-5350). by Elie Wiesel in Yiddish. The Class times:
group meets 2nd & 4th Fri of ea 9am - 10am

III
Lanes starting at 9:00. Join
your friends for a morning of OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal- mo @ 10 am. FMI, call Troim 11am - 12 Noon
fun. Fran, 616-3314. Seniors): Come to our meets Handler, 684-8686. 1pm - 2pm
every 2nd Mon, 3:00 pm, Party 3pm - 4pm
Jewish War Veterans Post Room; see what we have
#501: Meets 1 st Sun, An- planned. Contact Mary Ann,
shei Sholom. Breakfast at 687-7575.
9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets
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Jewish War Veterans Ladies to beginning couples). FMI,
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intimate details of their lives,


“which eventually become
weapons used against each
Arts & other.” The relentless gin game From the Desk of
becomes a metaphor for life.
Entertainment The 2010-2011 season be- Commissioner
Irv Rikon gins with a revival of George Jeff Koons
Bernard Shaw’s Candida.
Quoting the publicist: “In this
witty exploration of marriage,
a beautiful Victorian woman
As in years past, we’ll take Rosendorf. Here’s the prem- finds herself caught in a ro- All Aboard for Amtrak/ of a key rail interconnection
the off-season to tell what ise: “In 1928, a farmer is los- mantic triangle between her FEC Passenger Service between the CSX and FEC
Arts and Entertainment will ing his land to rising water. In pastor husband and a young Recently I joined a contin- tracks in West Palm Beach that
be available soon and during 2010, the same area is days poet.” It runs October 6-No- gent of federal, state and local could lead the way for Tri-Rail
forthcoming months. Many away from having no water vember 21. transportation officials on a service being extended north
folks like to subscribe in ad- at all. Past and present are Freud’s Last Session, by sunny Saturday morning for a to Jupiter. Right now, Tri-Rail
vance, knowing that the best deeply connected in a story of award-winning playwright trip aboard a special Amtrak service ends in Mangonia
seats are assigned to those betrayal and bloodshed, water Mark St. Germain, follows train. What made it special Park.
who do. In this column, I’ll list and wind, family and fortune.” December 15-February 6. “On was not the train itself, but the Last year, the Florida De-
the incoming events for local This is the first play in “The the day England enters World fact we were riding on FEC partment of Transportation
theaters. In later columns, I’ll Florida Cycle,” a collection of War II, the legendary Dr. freight tracks. These are the applied for $268 million in
give the schedules outside the plays about our state commis- Sigmund Freud invites C.S. railroad tracks that parallel federal ARRA stimulus dollars
gates for music, dance, mu- sioned by Florida Stage. The Lewis to his London home, Dixie Highway and Quadrille for the Amtrak/FEC Corridor
seums and, of course, inside drama runs October 27-No- where they clash on the exis- Avenue through downtown Project, but it was deemed
Century Village. vember 28. tence of God, love, sex and the West Palm Beach. not “shovel-ready” and fund-
Theater Goldie, Max and Milk, by meaning of life.” Psychiatrist The “inspection run” from ing was denied. An estimated
Florida Stage headlines Karen Hartman, is a World Freud was a Jewish refugee Miami to Jacksonville was 2,100 new construction jobs
the local theatrical news. It’s Premiere comedy. “Max is a who moved from Vienna to part of a feasibility study to were put on hold, not to men-
moving from Manalapan to single lesbian who just gave London to escape the horrors reintroduce passenger rail ser- tion the financial boost it
West Palm Beach, where it birth.” She has problems ga- of Nazism. C.S. Lewis was an vice along the FEC corridor, would have provided for in-
will become the resident theat- lore. “Can Goldie, an Orthodox English Protestant writer who which was discontinued in state tourism and local busi-
rical company of The Kravis Jewish lactation consultant, wrote fiction and non-fiction 1968. The state wants to up- nesses.
Center. That’s good news for guide Max into motherhood? works, often on the subject grade the coastal FEC freight The Florida Department
Century Villagers, since The Or will conflicting family of religion. Many credit him lines from Miami to Jackson- of Transportation is working
Kravis Center, like Century values get the better of them with helping to explain and ville into a network capable on an updated application
Village, is on Okeechobee both?” Get your answers De- popularize Christianity in a of carrying Amtrak’s 90-mph for federal funding. As part
Boulevard. First, though, cember 15-January 16. way theologians sometimes trains. of the process, regional plan-
Florida Stage concludes its Ghost-Writer, by Michael fail to do. Currently, Amtrak runs on ning councils up and down the
long run in Manalapan with Hollinger, is a Southern Pre- Dinner With Friends, which CSX tracks that veer west to coast are holding public work-
the showing of a World Pre- miere. A novelist dies before won the Pulitzer Prize for Orlando, then back east. The shops to provide information
miere play, When the Sun he has finished his master- playwright Donald Margulies, trip from West Palm Beach to and obtain public input on
Shone Brighter, by Christo- work. “Somehow, his devoted runs here February 21-April Jacksonville takes about nine conceptual plans for the pro-
pher Demos-Brown. The play- secretary completes the story 7. The work “examines two hours. Amtrak’s higher-speed posed new Amtrak stations.
wright lives in South Florida, on her own in a voice that is married couples who have trains could make the entire I think these outreach efforts
and this work concerns Mayor unmistakably his. Or is it?” been close friends for years 326-mile run from Miami to and the test run from Miami
Jose Sanchez-Fars, Jr. of Mi- A tale of love, literature and and what happens when one Jacksonville in only six hours clearly indicate that state and
ami. The fictitious Mayor “is other sometimes unfathom- marriage falls apart.” The using the FEC tracks. In ad- local transportation agencies
a charismatic politician of able things. March 2-April 3 Beauty Queen of Leename, by dition to rail upgrades, new are ready and willing to move
unlimited potential, but when are the dates. Martin McDonagh, tells “the Amtrak stations would be built forward together to get the rail
he decides to run for the Sen- Carter W. Lewis’s The Cha- darkly comic tale of a lonely in Stuart, Fort Pierce, Vero improvements in place. I’m
ate, his own lust for power Cha of a Camel Spider, an- woman and her manipulative Beach, Melbourne, Cocoa, keeping my fingers crossed.
entangles him in a web of sex, other World Premiere, runs mother, whose interference in Titusville, Daytona Beach and As always, I welcome your
lies and ambition.” So says the May 4-June 5. “What happens her daughter’s only chance at St. Augustine. Commuters will questions and comments.
publicist. May 12-June 20 are when ‘soldiers of fortune’ love sets the stage for decep- be interested to know the proj- Please feel free to contact me
the running dates. outnumber our army troops? tion, secrets and betrayal.” ect would include construction or my staff at 355-2202. o
With the Company securely A young woman finds herself May 4-June 19 will inform
relocated in the Rinker Play- caught up in a frightening and you as to what happens next.

WILLS, TRUSTS,
house at the Kravis Cen- darkly comic journey with ( 5 1 4 - 4 0 4 2 o r w w w.
ter, Randall Mylar and Dan two rogue mercenary soldiers palmbeachdramaworks.org.)
Wheetman’s Low Down Dirty and a vaguely magical Aghani Let’s return to the Kravis ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE,
Blues will have the honor of cab driver who has a penchant Center and look at its Kravis REAL ESTATE LAW
being its inaugural produc- for Led Zeppelin.” Mr. Lewis on Broadway series. (832-
tion. Songs made famous by wrote the recently seen The 7469 or online: www.kravis.
Sophie Tucker, Pearl Bailey, Storytelling Ability of a Boy. org/theatre.) GEORGIANA F. DAMBRA
Ma Rainey, Muddy Waters, (For reservations and addi- Dreamgirls runs November KAREN LEVIN ALEXANDER
Howlin Wolf and others will tional information, telephone 23-28. Set in the 1960s, this
be featured. “Sizzling, sassy, 585-3433 or online: www. is the Motown story of an up- Attorneys at Law
sexy,” is how the publicist de- floridastage.org.) and-coming singing group that ALEXANDER & DAMBRA
scribes the songs, but mainly, Palm Beach Dramaworks, runs into personal and profes-
they have humor. The musical West Palm Beach, is showcas- sional troubles when one of 5737 OKEECHOBEE BLVD.
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duction of Cane, by Andrew a man and a woman share Continued on Page 38
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Arts & Entertainment current revival and received was riveting. The stage play lightfully silly plot revolving matters — or just what does
Continued from Page 36 criticism in some quarters for should be no less so. It runs around mistaken identity, but motivate him? This is both a
musical. The current revival having Latinos speak to each November 2-14. it also has some of the very thriller and a comedy to be
opened in 2009 at New York other and sing in Spanish. He Academy takes place at St. best songs written by George seen January 2-February 6.
City’s Apollo Theater. did this, he said, for greater Edward’s Academy, where two and Ira Gershwin, plus terrific To Be Announced comes
Disney’s Beauty and the authenticity. English-speaking seniors wager on whether they dance numbers; your head will along February 20-March 27.
Beast plays January 4-9. This, critics claim that the language can influence an unsuspecting hum and your feet will tap! A In the Next Room or The
too, was a film and long before change works well provided freshman to break a few rules. fun show! March 29-April 17 Vibrator Play by Sarah Ruhl
that a beloved French fairy you already know the story. Inspired by Goethe’s Faust, are the dates. is described by the publicist
tale. Belle, the beauty, falls The Color Purple is yet the publicist says this “is a pop ( 5 7 5 - 2 2 2 3 o r w w w. as a “romantic comedy,” but
in love with a beast, who is another stage musical based chamber musical about boys jupitertheatre.org.) several New York critics sat up
really a young prince upon upon a classic literary work learning to become men -- and Caldwell Theatre Compa- and took notice of this one. It
whom a curse was put by an and highly successful motion remaining true to themselves.” ny (Boca Raton) has a concert concerns a young doctor and
evil enchantress. The curse picture. Alice Walker wrote Judge for yourself December version of Stephen Sondheim his wife. “Dr. Givings,” the
will end if he can love and the Pulitzer Prize-winning 7-19. and James Lapine’s fairy- publicist continues, “is not ex-
be loved, but time is running novel that Steven Spielberg Rodgers and Hammerstein’s tale story Into the Woods. An actly sure how vibrators help
out. The musical, filled with adapted for the screen. The musical The Sound of Music is outstanding group of singer- the women he treats, but they
lavish sets and costumes plus story, about a young black one of the all-time greats. The actors has been assembled for do keep coming back.” His
dazzling production numbers, woman who finds her way singing von Trapp family be- this May 21-23 production. wife, though, is not sexually
has garnered rave reviews in in the world, was nominated comes trapped in Austria when Vices: A Love Story returns fulfilled. So she tries what her
many countries. for eleven Tony Awards in its the Nazis arrive to take over. November 7-December 12. hubbie prescribes for others.
Mel Brooks’ Young Fran- stage incarnation. The musical Sympathetic characters, truly A musical, which somehow Running dates are April 10-
kenstein is a musical adapted score, a mixture of jazz, gospel memorable score. Running I missed last season, it was May 15.
from Mr. Brooks’ 1974 film and blues, has also been very dates are January 11-30. apparently well received by (Call 877-245-7432 or on-
comedy. It won New York’s well received. Jolson at the Winter Garden other reviewers. “Innovative line: www.caldwelltheatre.
Outer Critics Circle Award Maltz Jupiter Theatre in enlivens the Maltz February dancing, driven by distinct and com.)
as Best Broadway musical Jupiter starts its season with 22-March 13. Al Jolson was eclectic music and injected The Slow Burn Theatre
of 2008. The work satirizes Twelve Angry Men. This is a to the early days of the 20th with an abundance of humor” Company in Boca Raton is
the story of an uncontrollable stage adaptation of the cel- century what Frank Sinatra, reports the publicist. new, and I’ve not yet seen any
monster created in a science ebrated TV drama and famed Elvis Presley and the Beatles Becky Shaw is a 2009 Pulit- of its productions. But it does
lab. It runs February 1-6. Henry Fonda movie. Twelve were later to become. Brash zer Prize finalist “psychologi- have an impressive 2010-2011
The Leonard Bernstein-Ste- jurors must decide the fate and talented, creator of song cal comedy” written by Gina schedule of plays, includ-
phen Sondheim-Arthur Lau- of a man on trial for murder. hits sung to this day, he also Gionfriddo, who is a writer ing The Rocky Horror Show,
rents musical classic West Side The case against him is strong. gained fame in motion pictures and co-producer of TV’s Law based upon what is probably
Story returns March 8-13. Mr. But one juror isn’t convinced (his was the first “talking” pic- and Order. Becky and Max go the most successful of all cult
Laurents, who wrote the book he’s guilty, eventually forc- ture,) but audiences also talked on a date. Becky is shaken by movies. (It’s funny and gay
based on Shakespeare’s tale ing the others to look inside about his love life. It should be the experience and clings to rather than horrifying.) That
of star-crossed lovers, Romeo themselves before they vote to a good show! Max for comfort. But Max is runs October 14-31. Kiss of
and Juliet, has directed the condemn or acquit. The movie Crazy for You has a de- more concerned with family Continued on Page 23

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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: June 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
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Wellington L & M 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 s
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Wellington Circle 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 '
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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
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 c 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 h 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' 6:35 7:35 8:35
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner 6:45 7:45 8:45
Internal Bus Route #2
Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Plymouth 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Sheffield E 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Chatham 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 D 1:06 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Kent 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 r 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Northampton 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 i 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
Sussex 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 v 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Canterbury 8:15 9:15 10:15 11:15 e 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
Cambridge 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 r 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Dorchester 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 s 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Oxford 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 ' 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Stratford 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22
Sheffield 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 L 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 6:23 7:23 8:23 9:23 10:23
Hastings Fitness Center * 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Coventry 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 n 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
Medical Plaza 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 c 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 h 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
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Norwich 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 s 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
Salisbury 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 ' 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Waltham 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Easthampton 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 L 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Plaza 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 c 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 h 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner
Please Note: BY REQUEST ONLY - All Buses will go around the perimeter drive at 11:45 am prior to the bus drivers taking their lunch breaks.
Please Note: On Saturdays Only the Internal Bus Routes #1 and #3 will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9 AM run.

EXTERNAL BUS NEW CHANGE EFFECTIVE 6/1/10


PALM BEACH MALL & TARGET ON SUNDAY COMBO ONLY
Shuttle Bus Route
Perimeter Drive
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
12:45
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Please be at your bus stop 10
Salon 27 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 minutes before your pickup time.
Library 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07
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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Clubhouse 9:45
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10:45 11:45 1:45
On Request
2:45 3:45 4:45
Buses
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 D 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 ** The Holiday bus will
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
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Village Commons 9:25 10:25 11:25 v n 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 SATURDAY Thanksgiving Day
Publix 9:30 10:30 11:30 e c 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 ONLY
Post Office Drop off / Pick Up Tuesday & Thursday Only r h 2:35 3:35 ** and Christmas Day.
Morse Home Pickup s 1:40
Clubhouse 9:40 10:40 11:40 1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40
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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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
The Excursion Bus will go to
Walgreen's 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04
Pine Trail 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 Lake 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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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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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.
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45