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November 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

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


Volume 29, No. 11 Visit us on the Internet at century-village-wpb.blogspot.com November 2010
Voting List for
November 2
The President’s In order to simplify your vot-
Frankly Speaking
ing procedures on November
Corner 2, we are listing the candidates. Vice President
David Israel The decisions are yours!
Frank J. Cornish
U.S. Senator (Vote for One)
Marco Rubio REP
Kendrick B. Meek DEM
Alexander Andrew Snitker LIB
IN A NUTSHELL Bernie DeCastro CPF
Well, where we are, ap- tion Committee, then headed
proaching the Holiday Season, by Sandy Cohen, neglected
Explained: WPRF, the Sue Askeland
Bruce Ray Riggs
NPA
NPA
with Thanksgiving a few short to take into consideration the
weeks away, followed by safety factor when plantings
Long-Term Lease, the Bobbie Bean
Rick Tyler
NPA
NPA
Christmas and New Year’s, were placed, obscuring one’s

Millennium Agreement, the Charlie Crist


Lewis J. Armstrong
NPA
NPA
an increase in traffic, both
pedestrian and automobile,
visions of the walkways. I
say, a truly magnificent job
Operations Committee U.S. Rep., Dist. 19 (Vote for One)
within the Village as well as
the outside area and twilight
was done throughout the
Village by that committee;
Joe Budd REP
coming earlier and earlier. however, we now must main-
HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHAT THOSE CHECKS Ted Deutch DEM
I am devoting this column tain them to provide acces-
YOU WRITE EVERY MONTH, PAYABLE TO WPRF, ARE Gov. and Lt. Gov. (Vote for One)
to “Our Well Being” to our sibility, safety and visibility,
ALL ABOUT?  Many of our unit owners have asked me and Richard Scott / Jennifer Carroll REP
“Seasoned” as well as “New first and foremost — and
asked others in UCO what exactly these funds are used for. Alex Sink / Rod Smith DEM
Residents.” Every community while we are on the subject
Let me first call your at- BEACH.” It is often referred Peter Allen / John E. Zanni IDP
has Rules and Regulations, of dwindling daylight, take
tention to this: The month- to in conversation as the Mil- Michael E. Arth / Al Krulick NPA
which are put into place not every precaution to make
ly checks, as you all well lennium Amendment or the Farid Khavari / Darcy G. Richardson
only for the comfort for all, but yourself visible; if you are a
know, are in the approximate Millennium Agreement. NPA
our Safety, whether it is on our walker, wear light-colored
amount of $100 — some a bit The statutory basis for Daniel Imperato / Karl C.C. Behm N PA
roadways, Clubhouse, Fitness clothing, carry a flashlight
less, some a bit more. So, do the Operations Committee C. C. Reed / Larry Waldo, Sr. NPA
Center, pools, etc. or a lighted string bracelet or
the arithmetic: 7,854 units lies in this amendment. The Attorney General (Vote for One)
It has come to my attention necklace. The same applica-
in the Village at $100 per following extract from the Pam Bondi REP
that the roadways are being tions are for bikers as well.
month comes to $785,400 amendment is the basis for Dan Gelber DEM
used as “walkways” when in Do not assume every auto-
per month, a veritable river the creation of the Operations Jim Lewis NPA
fact there are walking paths, mobile or golf cart driver is
of cash. Oh yes, and that’s Committee: Chief Financial Officer (Vote for One)
all along the East and West able to see you.
$9,424,800 per year! Jeff Atwater REP
Drives. All comments and sugges-
So (getting back to our “COMMITTEE. A Commit- Loranne Ausley DEM
Some say the Beautifica- tions are always welcome. o
question) what is this mon- tee shall be formed by UCO. Ken Mazzie NPA
etary Niagara used for? The Pursuant to this Agreement, Tom Stearns NPA
answer is RENT — for the the Committee shall perform Comm. of Agriculture (Vote for One)
Adam Putnam REP
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lease of the recreational functions related to the oper-
Scott Maddox DEM
Daylight Savings Time Ends Nov. 7!
facilities here in Century ation of the CV-WPB Facil-
Village. This includes the ity, including, but not limited Ira Chester TEA
main clubhouse, the Hastings to, the making of all policy Thad Hamilton NPA
clubhouse, the WPRF pools, and control of all budgetary State Senator, Dist. 27 (Vote for One)
the various game courts, and matters regarding Oper- Lizbeth Benacquisto REP
the lakes and canals. ating Expenses…………. Kevin Rader DEM
There is a name to the kind The Committee shall be State Rep., Dist. 88 (Vote for One)
of long-term lease we have. It selected and shall serve as Mark S. Pafford DEM
is called a Triple Net Lease. may be provided by UCO County Comm., Dist. 2 (Vote for One)
In this kind of lease, we, the or its successors or assigns Sherry A. Lee REP
unit owners, pay all taxes, in- in its discretion. Unless the Paulette Burdick DEM
surance and operational costs Committee and Manage- Port of P.B. Group 4 (Vote for One)
associated with the recreation- ment Company agree to Blair J. Ciklin DEM
al facility. About two thirds of the contrary in writing, the Cty Court Judge, Grp. 7 (Vote for One)
the money is base rent and one Committee may meet at least Marni A. Bryson
third is operational rent. monthly to consider the de- Laurie Stilwell Cohen
In 1999, a major amend- sires and needs of all lessees
ment was made to this al- as concerns the CV-WPB
ready existing long-term lease. Facility. In accordance with Delegate Meeting
Fri, Nov 5, 9:30 am
The amendment is called: the provisions of paragraph
“AMENDMENT TO LONG 4-G (1) hereof, the Commit-
TERM LEASES FOR ALL tee, or its designated repre- Remember to turn your clock back
CONDOMINIUM ASSO- sentatives, shall have access
CIATIONS IN CENTURY
VILLAGE, WEST PALM Continued on Page 2
Clubhouse Theater one hour on Sunday, November 7.
Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER November 2010

Delegate Assembly Minutes


October 1, 2010 OFFICIAL NOTICE
Save the Date: The UCO Installation
President Israel called the
meeting to order at 9:30 AM.
C.O.P. Capt. Spiegel asked
for volunteers for the CV
$250,000 line item for Road
Reserves.
and Luncheon will be held on Sunday,
He introduced Shelly Spiegel, C.O.P. program — just three MOTION: Ed Black moved March 13, 2011. This year, our gala affair
Captain of C.O.P. in Century
Village, who led the Pledge
hours per week.
Minutes were accepted
that the line item Road Re-
serves/Drainage — $250,000
will be held at the Airport Hilton. The
of Allegiance. Special guests as corrected. There were no be left in the budget and Clau- cost is still $35. It may be a good idea for
were Paulette Burdick, Sarah questions on the Treasurer’s dette LaBonte seconded the Delegates to ask their Associations to add
Alsofrom, Leslie Blackner, Report. There were 163 del- motion. Motion carried.
Capt. Calloway and Lt. Rich- egates in attendance. MOTION: Roberta From- this cost to their annual budgets. More
ard Dibarardino.  Phyllis Richland introduced kin moved that the UCO 2011 information to follow.
Capt. Calloway reported
that for the past month there
Andrew Greenspan, a TV pro-
ducer who would like to video
budget as presented be ap-
proved. Ron Massa seconded
Mary Patrick Benton, Chairperson
were no robberies or burglaries a project here in CV. He is the motion. Motion carried.
in CV, which was due in part to looking for about five fascinat- The Comcast HBO offer is

BULLETIN
our active C.O.P. volunteers. ing and interesting residents off the agenda for today. President’s Corner
Continued from Page 1
Sarah Alsofrom reported who would participate in a TV MOTION: Ted Silverman
that the State Attorney’s office series. While he has no net- moved that the appointment
is looking for volunteers work signed as yet, he would of Jean Dowling to the Execu- I am collecting un-
to the books and records
and directed our residents like to interview candidates in tive Board be accepted and Ed wrapped gifts for the
holidays this upcoming of Management Company
to their website: P.B.Co. mid-October. Anyone inter- Black seconded the motion. pertaining to the CV-WPB
StateAttorney/Volunteers ested should contact Phyllis After much discussion, the season. I will collect
all donations until De- Facility.”
program. at the UCO office. motion was defeated.
Leslie Blackner explained There was no UNFIN- Phyllis Richland announced cember First and take
everything to the fire These Operating Expens-
proposed amendment #4 which ISHED BUSINESS. that we are participating with es, which are addressed by
will be on the November 2nd NEW BUSINESS — The the Fire Department and will station for distribution.
Please do not forget the the Operations Committee,
ballot. This amendment will 2011 UCO Proposed Budget accept unwrapped gifts for encompass (as noted above)
give voters the final say wheth- was attached to the agenda. disadvantaged children for older kids. Thanks in
advance. the one third of our monthly
er zoning could be changed. If Dorothy Tetro, Treasurer, Christmas, Hanukkah and payments designated “opera-
passed voters would have final pointed out the new items: Kwanza. These items can be
Phyllis Richland
tional rent.”
say on plan changes.  Reserve for bad debt and 2102 dropped off at the UCO office. The Operations Commit-
Paulette Burdick, candidate building reserve. There will Meeting was adjourned at tee consists of all of the of-
for County Commissioner, be an $8.42 increase per unit 11:10 AM. ficers of UCO and a number
recommended that we vote yes per month. There was some These minutes were taken of members appointed by the
for Amendments #4-5 and 6. discussion concerning the by Mary Patrick Benton. o president of UCO. Currently,
four non-officer members sit
on the committee along with
the UCO Licensed Commu-
And Then Community
nity Association Manager
(LCAM). Also, at full meet-
There’s This... Relations ings of the committee, senior
managers of W.P.R.F., Inc. are
Vice President Ted Silverman in attendance.
Phyllis Richland There has been much criti-
cism of the Millennium Agree-
ment; however, one must view
the amendment in the light
Some of us see our fu- those of you who do. So, The recession has chal- Avis Blank, Belanti’s Pizza of the times in which it was
ture through our children and please, if you or someone lenged us with numerous and Pasta, Century Village forged. To put the matter sim-
grandchildren. Some of us see you know is financially chal- negative economic conditions, Real Estate, Community ply, unit owners wanted a say
our future from one meal to the lenged, contact me at UCO deep decreases in property Transit, Duffy’s Restaurant in how their money was being
next. But what do you do if and let’s see if we can help. values, high unemployment, of West Palm Beach, Duffy’s spent. To get this control, they
there is no next meal or if the All info is confidential. increases in our cost of living, Restaurant of Royal Palm took on massive responsibil-
next meal is uncertain? On another topic, we will compacted by no increase in Beach, Flowers-to-Go, Gold- ity for the recreational facility
For the past weeks, I have be holding Homestead Work- our monthly Social Security en Corral Restaurant, Home property. If one rereads the
tried to help some of our shops on the fourth Wednesday stipend. Depot, Hong Kong Wok, extracts from the amendment
residents get supplemental aid of each month, from Novem- The members of the UCO Longhorn Steak House, Mar- above, he can hardly deny that
with food stamps. (There was a ber through February in Room Community Relations Com- ty Farber Real Estate, Masters incredible control is afforded
small glitch with the program, C in the Clubhouse from 1:30 mittee prepare for the 2010 Real Estate, Mr. T’s Barber & the Village (the renter) over the
but it has been fixed.) We can to 2:30. There are many dis- Luncheon Buffet honoring Beauty Salon, Phyllis Rich- operational and financial affairs
type the applications using the counts available to seniors if our Centenarians, we were land, Publix Supermarkets, of the recreational facility.
computer at the UCO office. you qualify. New owners and confronted by the above eco- Remax Realty (Susan Wolf- Was it a deal with the devil?
Some of you have said that those of you who have had a nomic conditions and the man), Salon 27, Starz Bak- You decide — we asked for
if we do this, we are becoming change in status should attend. question, “Will our local busi- ery, Seacrest Services, TD control and now we have it.
an assisted living facility. The We have been very fortunate ness community and friends Bank (formerly Riverside Think about that before you
definition of assisted living is so far in not having to battle a be able to support this year’s Bank), Walgreens Pharma- start to complain. And always:
needing someone to help you serious storm, but remember, celebration?” cies, Weiser Security, WPRF. “Be careful of what you ask
with everyday normal func- the hurricane season is not over I am proud to report it is a Thank you, one and all, and for; you just may get it.”
tions that you cannot do for until the end of November. We resounding yes to this ques- bless you. o On another note: Thank
yourself. It has nothing to do are very lucky to have a CERT tion and that on Thursday, you, everyone — we’re told
with helping a neighbor by team here that has done a great October 28, at 1:00 pm, in the

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that crime in the Village was
adding a little extra to their job to see to it that if a storm Party Room, we will honor 12 almost nonexistent in Septem-
lives. Loosen up, people — does occur, we would be safe. Century Village Centenarians. ber, and our motorists have
there is nothing wrong with My hat is off to the entire team Permit me to express our been obeying the speed limits.
asking for help, and I salute and their good works. o thanks and appreciation to Keep up the good work. o
November 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

At the Library
By Charles Waugh
Book Discussion Sets at
Okeechobee Boulevard
Insurance Branch Maintenance
Toni Salometo As a follow-up to last month’s Dom Guarnagia
article on the Book Discussion
series, the Palm Beach County
Library System also offers
Book Discussion Sets. These
discussion sets can be used at
By the time you read this, our Committee have reviewed your community centers, club- Until September 29, it was As year-round residences,
we will be a little more than the last few years’ loss runs houses, etc. The sets include the a month of deficit precipita- we are, essentially, our broth-
two months before our 2011- and have identified those as- books as well as a folder with tion during our rainy season; er’s keepers. The situation
2012 renewals. We’ve been sociations with loss problems. critiques and reviews for each however, preparation is the presents us with a double-
working hard on getting the Into this mix, we are trying to specific title. Contact your lo- key word to avoid water from edged sword. Without the
best coverage’s we can, at the get the maintenance checklist cal branch and they will initiate a heavy rain from backing up financial input from the winter
fairest price. from those associations who the process. Once the branch to the sliding glass door with residents, who carry costs for
I’ve been asked what the have completed it. Or, as one receives your sets you will be two potential consequences. twelve months while residing
premiums will be. I don’t have association did — forward us notified for pick up. The list One, the accumulation of rain here for three to six months,
a definitive answer, but I will the list of work completed and of book titles for the discus- water could damage the porch the situation could be very
tell you what the Committee attached invoices. If you’ve sion sets (which includes the floor covering (carpeting). different. This symbiotic rela-
has been working on. We in- done any preventive main- quantity for each title) can be The flooding could also reach tionship, in order to succeed,
terviewed nine agencies and tenance on your association, viewed on our website. Span- the doorway and damage the requires the mutual input from
finally settled on three to offer please forward it to us at UCO ish titles and large print titles door track/rollers and perhaps both groups to provide a safe
us quotes. They don’t have Insurance Committee and we are available. Visit http://www. enter your unit. Two, gaps and affordable environment
the final answers, but these will make sure it gets sent to pbclibrary.org/outreach-book- between the floor/wall could with the burden of preparation
are some ideas of what’s been the company for consider- discussion.htm allow water to seep under the falling upon us and the efforts
happening. ation. I can’t say you’ll get a The Okeechobee Boulevard wall and drip down onto your of both.
First, the property cover- certain amount reduction, but Branch Library is located next neighbor’s porch. Viewing interviews on
age: We may be able to place it will all be part of the final to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours For the majority, screened Channel 63, reading articles in
our better associations with determination of your associa- are: Monday, Tuesday, and porches/patios have no tile on the UCO Reporter and attend-
an admitted carrier that has tion’s premium. Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. the floor and those holes pro- ing the monthly Maintenance
become available. This car- I’m aware that this article to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Fri- vided by the contractor during Committee meetings on the
rier, American Coastal, will will probably leave you with day and Saturday from 10:00 construction that are easily second Friday of each month,
write the property, DIC and more questions than answers, a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Village clogged are easily cleared. held at 10 A.M. in Classroom
Law and Ordinance coverages and for that, I apologize. How- residents, including seasonal Wire from a clothes hanger or A upstairs in the Clubhouse,
on one policy. They also have ever, we don’t currently have residents, are eligible for a free other rigid metallic object can will provide the information
the ability to reduce premiums the answers, only ideas of library card with proper I.D. be inserted into the hole at the necessary to successfully im-
for those properties that have where this will come out in Visit the library today! juncture of the concrete floor plement the tasks outlined on
had good loss experience and January. What we are hop- November Programs: and the aluminum extrusion, the inspection form, designed
have worked to reduce losses ing to do is to have a meeting • Wed, Nov. 3, 8:30 a.m. — to re-open the holes to allow by the Insurance Committee.
by good maintenance and up- when more of our residents Mousing Around proper drainage. If tile has This can be accomplished
keep of their properties. For are here and discuss what’s • Thu, Nov. 4, 2:30 p.m. — been installed, it becomes nec- by following three (3) steps.
those who do not qualify, the happening in the Insurance Beginning Microsoft Ac- essary to drill new openings, • Carry out the inspections as
option will be Citizens, with a market and to us in the Village cess especially the area where the outlined, keeping records
DIC and Law and Ordinance specifically. • Sat, Nov. 6, 2:00 p.m. — puddle is deepest. Take note of of expenditures, permits
policies. In the meantime, have a safe that low spot, have a handy- and contracts from profes-
Claudette and Thelma on and healthy month. o Continued on Page 4 man drill quarter inch holes sional tradesmen and oth-
through the aluminum strip, ers as well as reports for

Don’t Like to Fly?


spaced about three (3) feet professional inspections.
apart, to drain the water. Do The Maintenance Commit-
not attempt this with water tee, at its monthly meet-
on the floor; rather wait for ings will provide hand-out
Blue Dolphin the water to dry up.
On another issue, this is a
information and discussion
of the bidding and contract
Casino Club good time for those of us who
are here during the Summer
processes as well as the ap-
propriate payment schedule
months and early Fall to act along with items needed to
on those tasks outlined on the make necessary corrections

New Year’s Trip two-page inspection forms


and spend a little to save a lot
to eliminate deficiencies for
the lowest costs.
8th year running on your maintenance costs as • Have a professional in-
reflected in the projected in- spection of the roof and

Biloxi/New Orleans creases in association insurance


premiums and in WPRF, UCO
associated elements, i.e.,
gutters, soffits, downspouts
$439* ppdo - Dec 28-Jan 2 and Comcast costs for 2011.
The proposed insurance in-
and drainage pipes. Have
maintenance and repairs
if booked by Nov 30, there is $20 discount per couple crease is 10% on Citizens prop- performed, keeping a record
Includes 6 casinos, 7 meals including a erty policies ($1,000 X 10% (or of the receipts, contracts
$100)) = $1,100. Performing and permits for future refer-
New Year’s Eve dinner with champagne the tasks and joining the pool ence and proof. This should
and $50 in casino chip rebates of associations, as suggested occur on an annual basis
* Includes hotel accomodations, round trip transportation, by the UCO Insurance Com- and especially after severe
luggage handling and taxes mittee, could possibly yield wind storms.
Call: a drop in premium from this • With little time remaining
Claire (561) 637-3922 year’s rate of 15% ($1,000 X before insurance coverage
15% (or $150)), bringing the for your association must be
Stu (561) 715-1276 total savings of $250.
Continued on Page 4
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER November 2010

At the Library
Continued from Page 3

Harry Potter Movie


CERT:
Safety • Mon, Nov. 8, 6:00 p.m. —
Community Emergency
Creole Computer Class
George Franklin • Wed, Nov. 10, 6:00 p.m. — Response Team
Introductory Internet Jackie Karlan
• Tues Starting Nov. 9, 16,
23, 30 — English Exchange
program
• Sat, Nov. 13, 2:00 p.m. — September 2010 marked the tim Treatment Record Form,
Hi, folks! Well, today, I Hazard.
Harry Potter Movie seventh annual National Pre- groups were given descrip-
am going to tackle something If you want to help the
• Tue, Nov. 16, 8:30 a.m. — paredness Month (NPM). This tions of injuries. They had to
a bit different than normal: homeless, there are many
Browser Basics year focused on encouraging decide how to tag the injured
the “Will Work for Food charities in Palm Beach Coun-
• Tue, Nov. 16, 5:30 p.m. — Americans to work together people. For this exercise we
People.” ty you may donate funds to.
Writer’s Critique Workshop and take concrete actions used the following standard
As I was exiting the Vil- The only thing you do by giv-
• Wed, Nov. 17, 2:00 p.m. toward emergency prepared- tags: RED for immediate
lage today at the Okeechobee ing money to these people is
— Adult Book Discussion ness. The Century Village treatment, YELLOW for de-
gate, I saw what looked like help them buy drugs and beer
Series CERT team is prepared. We layed treatment, and GREEN
a person that had just rolled — that’s right — sure they
• Thu, Nov. 18, 2:30 p.m. — have been meeting all summer for minor treatment. A scribe
out of a gutter. The word filth have the right to solicit.
Beginning Microsoft Excel reviewing and refining our (recorder) filled out this re-
can’t begin to describe how he If you have been watching
• Fri, Nov. 19, 2:00 p.m. — disaster survival and rescue cord sheet with input from
looked. He was sitting on the the news the past few weeks,
National Family Caregiver skills so that we can meet post- the group. This sheet is given
curb with feet in the roadway; you have seen what problems
Month disaster needs. to the medical team of first
it’s dangerous, to say the least. these people have caused the
• Mon, Nov. 22, 6:00 p.m. — The CERT Team encourages responders. These are standard
So many cars were stopping county. You want them to hang
Creole Computer Class every building to assign either forms used by all CERT teams
and handing him money. around Century Village? Want
• Wed, Nov. 24, 10:30 a.m. a board member or resident throughout the United States.
First, I want you to know them by your home? I don’t.
— Movie Matinee to gather information using Procrastinators, were you
this is not your normal home- What happens if they should
• Tue, Nov. 30, 10:30 a.m. — our After-the-Storm Disaster inspired by my last month’s
less person. These types of somehow breach security and
E-mail Basics Evaluation Form. Call the article? I hope so!
individuals are drunks and/ enter the community? What
Okeechobee Blvd. Branch UCO office after a hurricane We are not out of the woods
or drug addicts. As I watched, then?
Library, 5689 Okeechobee and tell us your building needs. yet. We have been lucky so far.
this man could not stand up Bottom line here, folks:
Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL Our trained telephone staff will CERT Needs New Team
without wobbling all over. It’s Do not give money to these
33417, (561) 233-1880, www. be available to help you. Members — No Experience
a sure sign of being drunk or people!!! You are creating a
pbclibrary.org o It is vital to document infor- Necessary! Become a Friend
high on drugs. Safety and Security problem
mation about the disaster situ- of CERT. Attend lively, inter-
What’s wrong with this for our residents. We do not

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ation so that first responders active CERT meetings, which
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November 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

Clubhouse
Library
By Dot Loewenstein
Transportation Just a few moments ago, From the Desk of
Barbara Cornish
we met a lovely lady asking Vice President
for permission to donate a
complete set of World Book Bob Marshall
encyclopedia. Of course, our
answer was “Yes!” and our
plan is to have it on the Ref-
It has come to my attention ately. I am sorry riders are not erence shelf as soon as it is
brought in. New boxes from Cell
that some riders feel the test enjoying the new benches that
In your Public Library, ref- COMCAST phones
bus stop is too small. Please, were placed during the sum-
erence items are meant to be We have been notified of and the
remember it is not a bus depot, mer. I thought the benches with
used only in the library, not the availability of the new guest
but was put up during the hur- arms would help assist people
taken home. In our clubhouse digital to analog (DTA) boxes call in
ricane temporarily because the in getting up. Evidently, again
library, we are more lenient, from COMCAST. Each as- system
Clubhouse was down. I was mistaken, according to
and understand that sometimes sociation will be notified of C e l l
The Clubhouse is considered the transportation committee.
you absolutely must take that its scheduled date for going phones
the Bus Depot. I thought this If we need additional benches,
particular item home. If pos- to the clubhouse to make an m a y
awning would be a good test at our August meeting, Mr. Ed
sible, please return all refer- appointment for these boxes now be
for future covered bus stops Black asked the committee
ence items, especially when to be installed. Currently this used to
around to let us
they are part of a set. rollout is scheduled for Janu- call in
t h e Vi l - know and
Rumors, rumors: No, ary. Watch this paper, channel y o u r
lage. Evi- we would
absolutely, positively no, our 63 and the blog for your date. guests if
d e n t l y, put it in
Clubhouse library is not be- Any questions please call your association has approved
I was the next
ing closed. This rumor de- me at the office and I’ll try to this use. Just bring a copy of
wrong budget.
veloped because of the one help. The number is 683-9189. the meeting minutes showing
and peo- We d i d
day a year that we closed that the board has approved
ple feel not re-
the library (August 10) in Budgeting process this use. Have the seal put on
this bus ceive any
order to clean it properly. The I’m still hearing from asso- it and bring it to the front desk
stop is too feedback
shelves appeared empty for a ciations who are having finan- and the change will be made as
small. from the committee at the
few weeks since we donated cial problems. This is the time soon as possible.
We cannot have larger stops September meeting.
sixteen boxes of books to the to get all of the help you need
all around the Village. But Reminder: November 22,
V.A. Hospital, and these were in working these issues. If you Welcome
small ones would have been 2010, a bus will be leaving
greatly appreciated, as you can have unit owners who are not We are starting to see cars
acceptable and within our at 9:30 am to go to Sample
imagine. paying their fees, have units in with NJ, NY, PA, OH, MI
means. We had asked Mr. Rick Road, Festival Flea Market.
Now the shelves are refill- the collection process or even and Canadian license plates;
Capri at our September meet- You must have signed up
ing, and we can depend upon in foreclosure, come talk with the snowbirds are trickling
ing if any of the bus drivers for this trip in advance; any
returning snowbirds to donate us perhaps we can help. in for another sunny winter
had seen any one standing at waiting list will be first when
some. One resident constantly in Florida. Come to the Del-
the stops, Rick’s reply was we run it again (hopefully in
asks when the shelves will be Becker and Poliakoff egates meeting (first Friday
“not that he was aware of.” December). This is a test run
refilled, and we must point out presentation of the month at 9:30) and
If anyone has a complaint, to see how the people enjoy it.
that the refilling is not for any- Two attorneys from this find out what is new and get
please write a comment sheet All comments are welcome.
one to remove and resell. As firm will be in the clubhouse some answers to your ques-
and I will call you immedi- Happy Halloween! o
always, we really need more on November 19th to help us tions. Come to the movies,
Large Print books and thank better understand the changes shows, bingo, crafts and all
Gate Pass: $3.25 for 90 days. New in the law that the legislature the other activities that we
you in advance for them.
Transponder: $26.75. Replacement Tran- Volunteers’ names are passed in the last session. have. Enjoy your stay here,
sponder: $16. Please, try to have the listed on the side of the first Come bring another unit own- but also take an interest in
exact change. We cannot take anything bookcase as one enters. It er and learn with us about your association. See what
higher than a $20 bill. these changes and how they you can do to make it a bet-
Continued on Page 8 affect all of us. ter place. o

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Page 6 THE UCO REPORTER November 2010

A Warning to All Karaoke


Associations
Spring is the time of year
Rules at CV
By Bettie Lee Bleckman
when Century Village is flood-
The official newspaper of Century Village Karaoke, a form of musical
ed by unlicensed and unin-
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 fun in song, is held every Tues-
sured contractors who claim
day and Thursday night in our
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830 they can fix any problem you
Party Room. It features local
Email: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com may have at a better price
CV residents who sing along
than someone who is licensed.
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri with recorded music in the
Don’t fall for this kind of
background, usually pop tunes.
Acting Editor-in-Chief..........................................Syd Kronish scam.
Tuesday night song fest is
Editors.................................... Joe Saponaro, June Saponaro Remember: Never hire any
Business Coordinator, Advertising.......... Phyllis Siegelman The “Mail Bag” sec- unlicensed contractor, electri- hosted by Tommy and Delores
of Solid Gold Review, while
Pre-Press Coordinator....................................John Saponaro tion of the UCO Re- cian, or handyman until you Friday night is hosted by Jack
Layout Coordinator...................................... Myron Silverman
porter represents the see their license and insurance Kasdan, known as Karaoke Jack.
Editorial Consultant.............................................Lanny Howe coverage.
OPINIONS OF THE Both events are held in the Party
Photo Editor, Consultant..........................................Ken Graff If you are approached by
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler AUTHOR ONLY. UCO someone who you don’t know Room from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Ev-
Consultant......................................................... Toni Salometo supports the publication who says that your building eryone is invited to participate.
Circulation............Seacrest, Pruitt, Gallagher, CMC, Apogee of the diverse opinions needs work, call security to Participants may bring their
own discs or choose from the
(your property managers) of our residents, and will have him removed from CV. large selection which both
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. endeavor to continue to Please report that person’s hosts have amassed through-
name and telephone and ad-
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: publish opinions which out the past five years and are
dress to the Building Depart-
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed may be considered in- ment or Sheriff Department to forever adding to their collec-
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge. flammatory but not de- put a stop to unsolicited calls. tion of musical discs.
These evenings have pro-
famatory. Remember, more than
(Submit on 8.5" by 11" paper.) vided a wonderful opportunity
ever, there are some very
Submissions & Articles...... Please type in caps and lower case, for residents to socialize, es-
Re Involvement unscrupulous people trying
pecially for those who might
double spaced, any item. “Space available” basis. Email preferred. I read Kurt Weiss’ opin- to rip you off with all kinds otherwise be sitting home
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems). ion article in the October of scams, so think twice be- alone in front of a TV screen.
Visit your Web site: century-village-wpb.blogspot.com issue of the UCO Reporter fore hiring any contractor It is personally gratifying to
several times. He basically whose offer looks too good me when complete strangers

OFFICERS
wants greater participation to be true — because it usu- express their pleasure to those
and involvement by more ally is not. who have entertained them. o
unit owners and associations. Jerry Karpf
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Changing the structure will not
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 create greater involvement.
RESTAURANT REVIEW
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm An appetizing addition to the UCO Reporter by Lanny Howe
His recommendation number is this first restaurant review in our area. These reviews are
President: David Israel six, enforcement of delegates’ informative rather than solicitious invitations to attend.
President Emeritus: George Loewenstein participation in UCO meet-
Vice Presidents:

Sal Bummolo, Frank Cornish,
Bob Marshall, Phyllis Richland
ings, will get the desired re-
sults, if legal.
Ristorante Vino
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro Norman A. Bartell An unplanned trip
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank The other day my friend ner among a small group of
Recording Secretary: Carolyn and I decided to stores, was the Ristorante
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver eat out but had no particular Vino.
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton restaurant in mind. “Let’s The restaurant, opened
Office Manager: Mary Patrick Benton see where the car takes us,” a year ago, was clean with
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie Levine I said. So we went out the a pleasant wood-paneled
Office Assistants: Roberta Fromkin, Okeechobee gate, where decor. As soon as we were
Sandy‌ Levine, Maria Levy, Florence Pires,
the car made the first major seated, the waitress brought
Isabelle Scherel, Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy “Email” illustration by decision, to turn right. The us ice water, homemade
Receptionists: Rhea Cohen, Sonia Goldberg, staff artist John Saponaro
Longhorn Restaurant came bread and butter, and a com-
Natalie Hauptman, Claudette LaBonte, Mildred Levine,
up almost immediately on plimentary half glass of
Beverly Lyne, Ron Massa
the right. It’s good, but we wine for each of us. The
We Don’t Need No
Executive Board Steenkin’ Lawyers
had decided earlier to save wine was a red Chianti, deli-
David Bernstein Claudette LaBonte that for a future trip with cious and their special house
Bettie Bleckman Al McLaughlin How about a compromise some friends, so we passed blend, we found out later. I
Randall Borchardt Haskell Morin on such problems as the One
Carol Castro Michael Rayber it by as well as some sports ordered a full glass. Linen
Sandy Cohen Honey Sager Vote Per Unit issue that doesn’t bar restaurants. Nothing napkins were a nice touch.
Barbara Cornish Toni Salometo involve expensive lawyers and wrong with them, but we The menu was impres-
Ken Davis Joe Saponaro complicated changes in by-
George Franklin Howie Silver weren’t in the mood for sive — many chicken, fish
Roberta Fromkin Isabelle Scherel laws? First, issues to be voted noisy or watching football. and meat dishes; several ap-
Louise Gerson Myron Silverman on would be printed with pro To make a long story petizers; many pasta choic-
Dom Guarnagia Ted Silverman and con summaries and sent
Lanny Howe Lori Torres short, after meandering es; salads; cheese dishes
to the 309 presidents of the through a good part of Royal and sides. We figured with
Jackie Karlan Jeanette Veglia
Syd Kronish associations with a ballot to Palm Beach, the car took the name “Ristorante” the
be returned after attesting that us south on Royal Palm prices might be on the high
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village, he or she had considered the Boulevard and headed west side, but they were moder-
West Palm Beach, FL. issues at a board or association on Route 80 (Southern Bou- ate. Most of the choices
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a Mutual Ben- meeting.
efit Organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any levard). I knew this part of were in the $14.50 to $17.95
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors
These ballots would be 80 was getting built up and range. I chose the Veal Ro-
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They counted at the next delegates wondered if we might find a salia and Carolyn the Pollo
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, meeting. This would prob- good restaurant somewhere (chicken) Florentina. Both
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which ably also mean an increase in
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the along it. Sure enough — at were delicious. 
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or interest and participation. It’s the intersection of Crest- Our waitress and all the
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of worth a try. wood, in the northwest cor-
the product or service. Continued on Page 15
Sy Lutto
November 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

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Even as activity increases to keep dust and debris to a by going to our website www.
every fall in our Clubhouse, minimum as we work, and we 7th Lesson FREE Jo Whitesell: 561-379-5175
centuryvillagetheater.com and
Hastings Fitness Center and at will also try to schedule our you can subscribe online.
our pools, we continue on with work during off-peak hours WPRF is sponsoring a Hal-
maintenance of the WPRF which, hopefully, will not inter- loween Dance again this year NOTRIP TO
facilities. Our goal is to make fere with any of your activities. (Saturday, October 30, 2010). Wellington/Walmart
your visits to our facilities Our 2010-11 season is We will be decorating the on November 22
pleasant, safe and comfortable. just getting underway with a tables and room, providing
Our staff is at work daily do- wonderful lineup of shows
NO TRIP TO
entertainment for the dance, Delray Flea Market
ing those things that are never to please all tastes in enter- and light snacks for each on November 24
noticed when taken care of, but tainment. Please stop by the table (bring whatever food
are obvious when forgotten. I Ticket/Staff Office and pick up and drink you and your guests INSTEAD
trust that you find our facili- the current issue of The Hap- would enjoy). While you are WE WILL BE GOING TO
ties clean and well maintained penings to see what is coming not required to wear a costume FESTIVAL FLEA MARKET
whenever you visit; however, to our stage. It is important for to this dance, prizes will be on SAMPLE ROAD
please call me if you see any all theater goers to take note awarded to outstanding cos- on November 22,
area that needs our attention. of the TIMES of the shows tumes in several categories. 9:30 am
The UCO Operations Com- for the season, since eleven Tickets are on sale now, so
mittee has just approved (11) shows begin at 7 PM THERE WILL BE A
plan on attending and having SIGN-UP SHEET
WPRF’s budget for 2010-11. this season. Please be sure to a really spooky evening! AT THE SECURITY DESK
In the coming budget year check your tickets or consult As we look forward to the
we will be scheduling a lot of The Happenings to be sure you coming winter holidays, please (As of October 18,
maintenance-related projects arrive on time for the shows 2010, when we
remember to be kind to one an- reach 48, we will be
that will extend the useful life you have purchased. other and go about your days in taking a waiting list)
of many of your buildings and We would be happy to a spirit of peace. I truly believe
the equipment located in those provide you with regular that random acts of kindness will
buildings. We will do our best updates by e-mail to keep be returned to you tenfold. o SHOP - EAT - HAVE FUN!
Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER November 2010

About Clubhouse Library gotiate a particular date that


is best for your schedule.
Amendment 4
Continued from Page 5
will be noted that most peo- Rovers, as noted, are those
By Jean Dowling ple come in twice a month who come in any day that
Lesley Blackner, a Palm Your Theater to fulfill their duties. We can fits into their lifestyle, and
Beach attorney and sponsor Claudette LaBonte always use more volunteers, some come in more often
of Amendment 4, appeared which would cut down the than others.
at the Delegate Assembly on service of each person to Special thanks to those
October 1 to ask support for one day a month rather than jigsaw puzzlers who add
the Amendment which will ap- two. Just stop in across the beauty to our library. Any-
pear on the November ballot. hall and give your name and one passing thru is welcome
Our long awaited show Beauty and the Beast. He
While the full amendment can phone number to Noreen or to insert a few pieces, and
season is about to start at last. also starred in Victor/Victo-
be read on the web (Google Marge. They’ll pass it on to possibly make some new
We look forward to this busy ria and Hello Dolly. He will
“Amendment 4 Florida”), the me, and I’ll phone you to ne- friends. o
entertaining time and the op- feature Herman classics as
summary is:
portunity to see our returning “Mame,” “La Cage Aux
Establishes that before a
neighbors and friends.  Folles” and more.
local government may adopt
This season appears to be • Tues., 11/16, 8:00 PM — WordFind:
a new comprehensive land
one of the most promising. Cavendish Classics. An
use plan, or amend a com-
So let’s make opening night evening of operatic, ro-
Jack Nicholson
prehensive land use plan,
something special. mantic melodies. Always a
the proposed plan or amend-
• Sat., 11/6, 7:00 PM — crowd pleaser.
ment shall be subject to vote
Shake, Rattle & Roll star- • Sat., 11/20, 8:00 PM —
of the electors of the local
ring Johnny Petillo, former Amore. A tribute to Andrea
government by referendum,
lead singer of the Duprees. Bocelli and more featuring
following preparation by the
If in the past you attended Franco Corso, also known
local planning agency, con-
Tony Orlando’s perfor- as “the voice of romance.”
sideration by the governing
mance, Johnny was part of • Sat., 11/27, 8:00 PM —
body and notice.
his show. Tango Nights.” Delight your
While no one can estimate
• Thurs., 11/16, 8:00 PM — senses as you journey into
how much financial impact
Broadway Tonite. Beautiful the world of dance, seduc-
this will have on local govern-
costumes, dramatic singing tion, elegance, nostalgia
ment, costs will depend on the
and exciting choreography and emotion.
frequency, timing and method
who perform “White Way” Important — This season,
of the referenda and would in-
winners such as West Side mark or hi-lite your tickets
clude the cost of ballot prepa-
Story, Cats, Phantom of the where the show begins at
ration, election administration
Opera, and Les Miserables. 7:00 PM.
and associated expenses. If
• Sat., 11/13, 7:00 PM — Lee Remember — No admit-
this is a special election, it
Roy Reams sings Jerry Her- tance into the theater 10 min-
could be significant.
man. He starred on Broad- utes after the performance
County and City Commis-
way as my personal special begins. We use cellphone time.
sioners evaluate plan amend-
character, “Lumiere” in See you at the theater. o
ments after proposed changes
are reviewed by the local plan-
ning board, receive input from ANTICIPATED DIGITAL
the community in public hear-
ings, receive local government CONVERSION IS NEARLY HERE
recommendations, review and We are advised by Comcast Cable that the conver-
additional input from seven sion to digital of most of the channels from 2 - 99
state agencies and is approved
by Florida Department of (Digital basic) will be implimented on January 26, 2011. Wait’ll you get a load of this! Hidden among this river of
Community Affairs. In 2006, There will be about 25 channels remaining in analog letters are words related to the New York-born superstar.
Don’t forget it, Jake.
there were 6,406 amendments mode; all others in the range up to channel 99 will
to local comprehensive plans. require a Digital Terminal Adaptor (DTA) to be installed • Actor • Last Detail
All would require voter ap- • Batman • Little Shop
proval under Amendment 4.  on the line.
You, the voter, will decide The rollout of these DTA’s, up to two free boxes per • Chinatown • Oscar
the question on Tuesday, No- unit, will commence on or about December 27, 2010 • Cuckoo’s Nest • Shining
vember 2, 2010. o through January 25, 2011. • Hoffa • Tommy
A schedule will be published shortly. • Lakers • Wolf
Dave Israel Solution on Page 45

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THE CENTURY VILLAGE DEMOCRATIC CLUB SUGGESTS YOU VOTE AS FOLLOWS ON THE
AMENDMENTS WHICH WILL APPEAR ON THE GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT:
Amendment #1 Repeal of public campaign financing requirement Amendment #6 Standards for Legislature to follow in congressional redistricting
Ballot Summary: Proposing the repeal of the provision in the State Constitution that requires Ballot Summary: Congressional districts or districting plans may not be drawn to favor or dis-
public financing of campaigns of candidates for elective statewide office who agree to campaign favor an incumbent or political party. Districts shall not be drawn to deny racial or language
spending limits. minorities the equal opportunity to participate in the political process and elect representatives of
Effect of Passage: Would repeal the public campaign financing requirement in the Florida Con- their choice. Districts must be contiguous. Unless otherwise required, districts must be compact,
stitution. (article VI, Section 7, Fla. Const.) as equal in population as feasible, and where feasible must make use of existing city, county and
A YES VOTE ON AMENDMENT #1 geographical boundaries.
• would end campaign financing that requires expenditure of substantial public monies beginning Effect of passage: Would add a new section 20 to Article III, Fla. Const.
in the 2014 election cycle. A YES VOTE FOR AMENDMENT #6
• would increase the influence of special interests in elections. • Would set non-political standards for redistricting.
• would reduce the number of candidates who can afford to run for office. • Would reduce gerrymandering or the drawing of districts for political purposes.
• would eliminate what some believe is one of the most significant campaign finance reforms in • Would protect the ability of minorities to participate in the political process.
Florida history. • Would likely increase competition within elections.
• would end limits on campaign spending that some believe infringe on the First Amendment right • Could lead to filing of litigation in implementing the provisions.
to freedom of speech. AMENDMENT #7 REMOVED FROM BALLOT
Amendment #2 Homestead ad valorem tax credit for deployed military personnel Amendment #8 Revision of the class size requirements for public schools
Ballot Summary: Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to require the Legislature to Ballot Summary: The Florida Constitution currently limits the maximum number of students as-
provide an additional homestead property tax exemption by law for members of the U.S. military signed to each teacher in public school classrooms in the following grade groupings: for prekinder-
or military reserves, the U.S. Coast Guard or its reserves, or the Florida National Guard who re- garten through grade 3, 18 students; for grades 4 through 8, 22 students; and for grades 9 through
ceive a homestead exemption and were deployed in the previous year on active duty outside the 12, 25 students. Under this amendment, the current limits on the maximum number of students
continental United States, Alaska, or Hawaii in support of military operations designated by the assigned to each teacher in public school classrooms would become limits on the average number
Legislature. The amendment is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2011. of students assigned per class to each teacher, by specified grade grouping, in each public school.
Effect of passage: Would amend Constitution to provide added property tax relief to designated This amendment also adopts new limits on the maximum number of students assigned to each
military personnel. *Article XII, Section 31, Fla. Const.) teacher in an individual classroom as follows: for prekindergarten through grade 3, 21 students; for
A YES VOTE ON AMENDMENT #2 grades 4 though 8, 27 students; and for grades 9 through 12, 30 students. This amendment specifies
• would reduce property taxes for military personnel. that class size limits do not apply to virtual classes, requires the Legislature to provide sufficient
• would limit local property tax revenues statewide. funds to maintain the average number of students required by this amendment, and schedules these
• would place a limitation on revenue in the Florida Constitution where it will be difficult to revisions to take effect upon approval by the electors of this state and to operate retroactively to the
modify or remove. beginning of the 2010-2011 school year.
AMENDMENT #3 REMOVED FROM BALLOT Effect of passage: Would amend the Constitution to increase permissible classroom size. (Would
AMENDMENT #4 Referenda for adoption and amendment of local government create new Section 31 in Article XII, Fla. Const. that would increase permissible classroom size.)
comprehensive land use plans. A YES VOTE FOR AMENDMENT #8
Ballot Summary: Establishes that before a local government may adopt a new comprehensive • would provide more flexibility in meeting class size requirements.
land use plan, or amend a comprehensive land use plan, the proposed plan or amendment shall be • would allow limits to be increased (by no more than five) on the maximum number of students
subject to vote of the electors of the local government by referendum, following preparation by in a class.
the local planning agency, consideration by the governing body and notice. Provides definitions. • would provide more local level control of teacher-student ratios.
Effect of Passage: Would amend Fla. Constitution to require voter approval of development pro- AMENDMENT #9 REMOVED FROM BALLOT
posals that conflict with already established comprehensive land use plans. Comprehensive plans Referendum: Balancing the Federal Budget - A Nonbinding Referendum Calling for
are blueprints that cities and counties use to define how the lands in local communities may be an Amendment to the United States Constitution
developed. Article II, Section 7. Referendum Language: In order to stop the uncontrolled growth of our national debt and pre-
A NO VOTE ON AMENDMENT #4 vent excessive borrowing by the Federal Government, which threatens our economy and national
• would continue the current method of land use planning as established by the legislature. security, should the United States Constitution be amended to require a balanced federal budget
• would maintain the current level of public input. without raising taxes?
• would maintain the status quo for lobbyists to influence decisions of local elected officials on A NO VOTE ON THE REFERENDUM
land use plans. • would suggest that the legislature needs to be more specific as to where the federal budget will
Amendment #5 Standards for Legislature to follow in legislative redistricting be cut.
Ballot Summary: Legislative districts or districting plans may not be drawn to favor or disfavor SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS ON AMENDMENTS/REFERENDUM
an incumbent or political party. Districts shall not be drawn to deny racial or language minorities VOTE YES ON #1
the equal opportunity to participate in the political process and elect representatives of their choice.
Districts must be contiguous. Unless otherwise required, districts must be compact, as equal in
VOTE YES ON #2
population as feasible, and where feasible must make use of existing city, county and geographical #3 REMOVED FROM BALLOT
boundaries. VOTE NO ON #4
Effect of Passage: Would set standards for drawing legislative districts after each census to reduce VOTE YES ON #5
gerrymandering. (Would add a new section 21 to Article III, Fla. Const.)
A YES VOTE ON AMENDMENT #5 VOTE YES ON #6
• would set non-political standards for redistricting. #7 REMOVED FROM BALLOT
• would reduce gerrymandering or the drawing of districts for political purposes. VOTE YES ON #8
• would protect the ability of minorities to participate in the political process.
#9 REMOVED FROM BALLOT
• would likely increase competition within elections.
• could lead to filing of litigation in implementing the provisions. VOTE NO ON REFERENDUM
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CENTURY VILLAGE DEMOCRATIC CLUB SUGGESTS YOU
VOTE FOR THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES IN THE GENERAL ELECTION

UNITED STATES SENATOR SENATE SENATOR - DISTRICT 27


KENDRICK B. MEEK KEVIN RADER
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - STATE REPRESENTATIVE - DISTRICT 88
DISTRICT 19 MARK S. PAFFORD
TED DEUTCH COUNTY COMMISSIONER - DISTRICT 2
GOVERNOR AND PAULETTE BURDICK
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR PORT OF PALM BEACH - GROUP 4
ALEX SINK and ROD SMITH BLAIR J. CIKLIN
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
DAN GELBER JUSTICE JORGE LABARGA
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
LORANNE AUSLEY JUDGE CORY J. CIKLIN
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE COUNTY COURT JUDGE - GROUP 1
SCOTT MADDOX MARNI A. BRYSON

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shared a homemade tiramisu
for dessert.
We met the owners, Joe
and Mariann Billante, and
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The restaurant also prepares
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Down Memory Lane


By Syd Kronish
(Editor Syd Kronish is well known for his writing theatrical prose. He formally was a feature writer and editor for the AP in New York covering primarily
entertainment and sport subjects. Today he is beginning a new feature for the UCO Reporter highlighting one of his favorite subjects — dynamic actor Hum-
phrey Bogart.)

HUMPHREY BOGART — design.” scenes with Ingrid in Casa- Davis; he said, “Even when I In his casket, a gold whistle
FOREVER NO. 1 Humphrey DeForest Bogart blanca. He noted that when was carrying a gun, she scared was placed on his chest by his
“AS TIME GOES BY” was born December 25, 1899 the cameras moved in on the the begesus out of me.” wife Lauren Bacall.
Humphrey Bogart was a in New York City, the son of a pair and she is saying “I love He had a variable love life Some days, I glance at the
man for all seasons and all prominent surgeon. His father off the screen. He was married sky and reverently say, “Here’s
reasons, for all acting roles, called him “my Christmas four times; all were actresses. looking at you, kid.” o
receiving approvals and ac- boy.” His early years were The last was Lauren Bacall,
colades for his achievements spent in New York. His de- who appeared with him in
on and off the screen — from
New York to Hollywood to
sire was to become an actor
and not a doctor as his father
To Have and Have Not. Her
memorable line to him was Make News at
Casablanca.
Bogart was voted number
wanted him to be. He was
successful in obtaining some
“If you need me, just whistle.
You know how to do that. Just the Reporter
one by the American Film Insti- small parts on the New York press your lips together and Can you write arti-
tute’s list of the greatest movie stage. blow.”
actors. He was the winner of His friends in the acting Bogie was an avid baseball
cles? Can you provide
two Academy Awards. He was profession arranged for him fan; he said he would rather illustrations? Can you
honored on a 32¢ US stamp in to go to Hollywood where he have a hotdog than a steak answer the phone?
the “Legends of Hollywood” started his film career. From dinner at the Ritz.
series and special prize voted 1936 to 1940, Bogie appeared you, it would make anybody Bogart died January 14, Come on down to our
as the “Greatest Movie Star of in 28 films with roles ranging romantic.” 1957 at the early age of 57 office at 24 Camden A
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Bogart came into my picture
as a young reporter on special
assignment. I was excited to
do this story because Bogie
was my favorite of favorites.
We met on the set of a film
in progress as one of a series of
which he played Sam Spade.
I introduced myself and said
“Hi, I’m Syd Kronish of the
AP.” He quickly replied “Hi
Syd, I was expecting you.
Let’s sit down at this table and
have a cup of coffee and we Primary Care Services in Century Village
can chat along the way.” While
talking, he smoked cigarette
after cigarette.
We briefly discussed some
of his memorable films —
Petrified Forest (1930) The
Maltese Falcon (1946) Key
Largo (1948) The African
Queen (1948) and, of course,
Casablanca (1942).
Casablanca was his favor-
ite, he admitted. It is consid-
ered “the greatest love story
ever presented on the silver
screen.”
Starring with him was In-
grid Bergman, Paul Henreid,
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LifePlanning
for Adults with
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dependent upon their aging
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WAR AND PEACE services available to them and
their children here in Palm On Thanksgiving Day, beside the turkey we would
The U.S. is actively pursu- through this, the tenth year,
Beach County. To bridge the Thursday, November 25, look exactly alike. The famous
ing two wars: one fighting it, and probably the 11th and 12th
gap, Alpert Jewish Fam- 1954, I was carrying my family picture was then taken
the other trying to bring it to and — finally — we shall do
ily and Children’s Service first child. Being overdue of the turkey and I.
an end? what the British and the Sovi-
(AJFCS) has been funded by two weeks, had three false Included amongst the tra-
The war in Afghanistan en- ets did: get out.
United Way of Palm Beach alarms and was due any ditional food was a delicious,
tered its tenth year, the longest The other war, which the
County to create LifePlan- moment, I had to follow colorful, pleasing-to-the-eyes
in our history. U.S. is trying to bring to an
ning, a non-denominational doctors’ orders to be home- and easy to prepare dish of
Hopes to see this war come end, is in the Middle East: Is-
program, which offers, free of bound until giving birth. Vegetable Ribbons.
to an end soon are wishful rael versus the Arabs. This war
charge, a number of services We lived in a three room Vegetable Ribbons
thinking. There are differences has now a good chance to be
for families who are planning walk-up apartment on the • 3 medium carrots, peeled
of opinion on the highest level named “The Second Hundred
ahead for their adult child. fourth floor. If the baby had • 2 medium zucchini
as to what we really attempt to Year War” in history.
We have planned a Semi- arrived on time, it was our • 2 tablespoons butter
achieve. I am one of those who
nar series of five workshops plan to go to my mother’s for • ¾ cup reduced-sodium
I have no doubt that the truly believe that this is the
for family members, which thanksgiving dinner. Now, chicken broth
U.S. can bring this war to an last time a peaceful end can
cover the topics of: You’re what were we to do? • 2 tablespoons minced fresh
end — the military would be achieved. There are, of
Not Alone!; Bridging the My husband and I decided parsley, divided
require an all-out effort, in- course, problems which seem
Benefits Gap; The Roadmap that I would cook dinner and Using a vegetable peeler,
cluding a draft! After all, we to be insurmountable, but the
to Legal and Financial Secu- invite my twin sister and cut the vegetables lengthwise
fight this now with severely rise of Iran to become a major
rity; “There’s No Place Like her husband. The two men into very thin strips.
restricted manpower, relying power in the Middle East has
Home”; and Arriving at Opti- (who had been friends since In a large skillet over me-
on “surges” which, by their changed the attitude of Arab
mal Independence. The semi- kindergarten) would go to dium heat, melt butter. Add
very nature, can impact only states such as Saudi Arabia
nars will be offered in three the Chelsea/Everett football broth. Bring to a boil; cook
on the areas on which they are and others — with the excep-
different locations throughout game in the morning while until liquid is reduced to one-
targeted. tion of Syria — to an extent
Palm Beach County, in morn- the women made all the dinner third cup. Add the vegetable
Even an all-out military vic- that one can assume that a final
ing, afternoon and evening preparations. strips and one tablespoon
tory would not bring about a peace treaty and the establish-
sessions, from November When we did sit down at parsley; cook and stir for two
substantive change in Afghan- ment of a Palestinian state are
2010 through April 2011, and the table, my brother-in-law minutes or just until crisp-ten-
istan. Their government is a possible, despite Hamas and
are open to all family members remarked to me that the tur- der. Sprinkle with remaining
joke. Corruption is widespread Hesbollah.
who are caring for an adult key looks gorgeous, just like parsley. Serve with a slotted
and whatever “Marshall Plan” Easy? When has anything
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we would try to impose to help ever been easy in the Middle
this poor country — the fourth East? What is important to re- The LifePlanning pro-
poorest country in the world member is that the Arab states gram also offers individual- Joan Ensink, LCSW, at 561- helps people meet life’s chal-
— is doomed to failure. Like know they can never defeat ized planning meetings with 684-1991.  lenges. The organization’s
in the past, while the warlords Israel and that in a confronta- trained social workers, sup- Fred & Gladys Alpert Jew- sister agency, Melvin & Clair
would negotiate with the Tal- tion with Iran, Israel would be port groups for the families, ish Family & Children’s Ser- Levine Jewish Residential
iban, a modus Vivendi to both a possible major combatant and a socialization program vices (AJFCS) is a nationally and Family Service, offers
their liking and to hell with the along with Saudi Arabia and for the adults with disabili- accredited social service agen- services for adults with special
country. others who are more afraid of ties, all at no charge. For the cy serving Palm Beach County. needs. For more information,
No doubt, the citizens of Ahmedinejad than they have seminar schedule and more Through more than two dozen call 561-684-1991 or visit
our country are against the reason to be of Netanyahu. o information, please contact programs and services, AJFCS www.jfcsonline.com o
war and our involvement in
the Afghans. No doubt also,
that no U.S. politician has the
guts to say, “Enough.”
So it seems to me that
we shall continue to this ad-
venture in “nation-building”

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Organization News
Please note!!! DO NOT Philosophers”; Dec 26, the THOMAS FEISTMANN, M.D., P.A.
INTERNAL MEDICINE - CARDIOLOGY
resubmit dates for events a capella male chorus “The
already appearing in Orga- Hurricane Harmonizers,” per-
nization News unless there forming from All-American
is a correction. tunes to the Beach Boys, blow DIPLOMATE OF THE AMERICAN BOARDS
into town; For info, call the
Amit Women Rishona Chap- Temple at 684-3212. Daily OF INTERNAL MEDICINE AND CARDIOLOGY
5405 Okeechobee Blvd.
ter: Meets every 2nd Tue w/ minyans at 8:30 am Sun-Fri
collation at 12 noon and meet- (8:45 on Sat).
ing at 1:00 pm at Aitz Chaim
on Haverhill. Coming events: Baby Boomers Club: We are
monthly trips to Hard Rock looking for more members to Suite #306 (3rd Floor) West Palm Beach
Casino starting Nov (Ann volunteer to arrange an activ-
707-2096). FMI, call Ellie ity for the group. It could be
471-4935; Malca 688-2698. simple or elaborate. Our group
includes those who remember
Anshei  Sholom: Here is our iconic TV shows, movies, mu-
Temple calendar: Nov 1, Sarah sic, dances, and events of the
Century Village Residents can take
the Shuttle Bus, which stops
Farkas, a former citizen of 50s and 60s. For info, email
Israel, will begin teaching a lynnsevan@aol.com
class on “Conversation and

at the Okeechobee Blvd. entrance


Reading Hebrew”; Nov 14, B’nai B’rith Century: This
the Sisterhood presents a flea is B’nai B’rith International’s
market and arts & crafts show, 167th anniversary. We meet
admission is free, refreshments every 4th Sun, 9:30 am (except
are available; Dec 5, the mu- holidays), at Anshei Sholom.
sical play Hanukkah/Shma- The schedule: Oct 24, Peyton
nukkah is performed by the McArthur, political analyst; MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT ACCEPTED
Temple Players, as produced Nov 24, Israel consulate; Dec
and directed by Rae Spitalnic 19, Chanukah party. Admis-
and Leon Aronson (attendance sion is free to members (a
is limited to 200, call Rae at modest donation for guests).
By Appointment Tel: 561-683-8700
478-3221 or the Temple); Dec Dr. Levy @ 478-6865.
6, Rabbi Michael Korman, the
spiritual leader of the Congre- Brooklyn U.S.A.: Meets every
gation, will lead classes on 2nd Wed Oct-Apr at 1:30 pm in
Accepting New Patients
“The Great Jewish Women
Continued on Page 28
November 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 27

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Organization News
Continued from Page 26
Party Room. Our meets are
entertaining and informative.
We are open to former and
present residents of Brooklyn
and their significant others.
Our special events: Nov 10,
entertainment with Jeff Sacks,
vocalist/guitarist; Nov 30,
Kravis Center tour; Dec 19,
Polynesian dinner & show at
Mai Kai; Jan 26-27, 2 day-1
nite trip to Clewiston Sugar
Fields then off to Ft. Meyers
for a show at Broadway Palm
Theater w/overnite stay at the
Courtyard Marriott (meals/
tips included, call Rose 683-
1564); Feb 27, annual lunch
& dance (Estelle 478-0900).
FMI, Steve @ 242-0481.

Canadian Club: Meets 4 th


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

DON’T OVERPAY FOR


Century Village Camera
Club: We are looking for
members. For info, write Ken
Graff, cameraclubcv@gmail.
com — see you in Dec. Siemens-Starkey-Widex-Phonak-Oticon - Audina
Century Village Computer
Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu,
Nov-Apr (1st Thu only rest of
HEARING SYSTEMS!!
year), 1:00 pm in CR 103, and
incl 30 min Q&A, biz portion,
All Hearing Centers provide comprehensive testing, compassionate care,
presentation, 50/50 and door and a large selection of Hearing Aids.
prizes. Arrive by 12:15 if
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free hands-on classes.
charge you less!
Century Village Gun Club:
Meets every 2nd Tue at 7:00
pm in Classroom B of the

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speaker. Come listen to great
speakers; make new friends;
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George, 471-9929. • Open Fit Hearing Systems
$
619 00
Century Village Orches-
tra: Meets every Mon, Nov
1, 2010 to Mar 2011, in CH
Room C, 1:15-3:15 pm. We
would like to add a conductor,
Thru
June 30th
COMPARE
more strings (violins, violas,
cellos and bass), bassoon
and percussion players. Call
Rickie at 683-0869 or email
Only!
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Chit Chat Group: We meet


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7, Marc Shalloway, attorney,
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Upper Floor 1 Bedroom 1½ Bath Upper Floor 2 Bedrooms
SHEFFIELD M - Updated, great building................... 29,900 NEW! CAMDEN D - 2/1½, corner, water surrounds, walk to
WINDSOR S - Love this one! Turnkey, tile................. 29,900 pool............................................................. 29,900
GREENBRIER C - Lovely golf views, elevator and pool, NEW! ANDOVER E - 2/1½, corner, furnished, tile, MIC.. 39,900
furnished nicely............................................... 29,900 NEW! SOUTHAMPTON C - 2/1½, cnr, lite, brite, pool... 39,900
GREENBRIER B - Elevator, pool, clean, furnished........ 34,500 COVENTRY K - PET FRIENDLY! 2/1½, corner, nicely updated,
WELLINGTON E - Long lake view, many updates, too good to furnished....................................................... 39,900
miss............................................................. 34,900 WALTHAM D - 2/1½, furn, walk to clubhouse and gate. 39,900
SOMERSET H - 2/2, on water, lift, complete with stunning
DOVER A - 1/1½ updated lake- furniture........................................................ 79,900
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KENT H - 1/1, gr fl, tile, new kit, walk to pool......... 550/mo
STRATFORD O - 1/1½, ground floor on water, central AC, WD,
WELLINGTON O - great unit..................................................... 650/mo
1/1½, 2nd floor, turn- STRATFORD I - 1/1½, stunning 2nd floor, new tile, granite &
more........................................................... 650/mo
key, waterfront.29,900 CHATHAM O - 2/1½, ground floor, tile, fresh paint, central
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Upper Corner 1 Bedroom 1½ Bath ANDOVER E - 2/1½, cnr, 2nd fl, fully furn..........1,000/mo sea
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CAMDEN N - Furnished, nice floors, near pool............ 19,900
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Organization News the Mardi Gras Casino every Our next meet will be held Club: The situation: Nov 15, departs from Miami to Nassau,
Continued from Page 28 3rd Mon. Contact GiGi at 689- Nov 10, then Dec 8, Jan 12, card/game party at Bellante’s Tortola, Catalina Island and
Long Term Care without Go- 6092. Feb 9, Mar 11 and Apr 13, Yom ($4 members/$5 guests) from the Grand Turks, rate includes
ing Broke.” FMI, call Rhoda Ha’shoa — Remembrance 11:00 am-3:00 pm, bring your cruise/bus/insurance/port/
@ 686-0835. Hadassah, Judith Epstein Day. Kathy, 689-0393. own deck or game board taxes/tips (Michelina, 914-
Chapter at CVWPB: Meets (Anna, 684-5605); Dec 4, 764-8047). We also resume
Christian Club: We meet 1 3 Wed at 11:45 am for mini- Irish-American Cultural trip on the Jungle Queen, bus Sat bowling at Verdes on Oct
st rd

Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of lunch, 12:30 meeting at Anshei Club of CV: Meets 1 Tue in leaves Citibank lot at 4:00 30, 9:00 am (Fran, 616-3314).
st

CH. Also on our sked: Nov 3, Sholom. Rosetta, 689-2459. CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For pm, fee ($58 members/$60
meet at 1:00 pm in the Party info, call Robert, 917-704- guests) includes bus/cruise/ Jewish War Veterans Post
Room; Nov 8, bowling begins Holocaust Survivors of the 0223. meal/show/tips (Anna, 684- #501: Meets 1 st Sun, Cy-
at Verdes Tropicana (Grace, Palm Beaches: Meet 2 Wed, 5605); Feb 18-25, Caribbean press Lakes CH. Breakfast at
nd

640-5279); Nov 16, casino 9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom. Italian-American Culture Cruise on the Costa Atlantica Continued on Page 33
trip.

Deborah Hospital Founda- Home Delivery


The New York Times
tion: Meets 2nd Fri every other
mo in CH Party Room, 12:00
noon. Call Bea 688-9478;
Claire 684-5659; Marge 687-
3991.

Duplicate Bridge at Hast- (New Subscribers Only)


Save 50% to 80%
ings Clubhouse: Every Mon
at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00
pm. If you need a partner,
call Mimi, 697-2710, leave
message. 26 WEEKS
Evangelical Christian Net- Sunday Only.................................................................. $97.50
working Club: Meets 1st Fri,
6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH.
Friday - Saturday - Sunday......................................... $135.20
We share relevant info among Monday through Friday................................................. $96.20
ourselves and with our com-
munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve, Daily and Sunday........................................................ $192.40
389-5300.

GiGi’s Group: We travel to


Call Bob Wilson — 561-719-6054
November 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 33

Organization News

T&T Nursing Services, Inc.


Continued from Page 32
9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets
from Sep to May with guest
speakers. Activities include A Home Health Care Nurse Registry
servicing VA patients. Ralph, AHCA License 30211091
689-1271; Howard, 478-2780.
Providing Caring and Qualified Caregivers at Affordable Rates
Jewish War Veterans Post Every Day, 24 Hours a Day, Including Holidays
#520: Meets 4th Sun at Elks Serving Century Village Residents Since 2002
Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Con- Let T&T’s Qualified, Reliable, Caring and Screened Care Givers Take Care of You.
tinental breakfast at 9:00,
We Provide:
followed by general meeting.
Come as our guest and see • Registered Nurses with Over 30 Years of Experience • Licensed Practical Nurses
what we’re all about! Walt, • Certified Nursing Assistants • Home Health Aides • Companions
478-6521; Phil, 686-2086. We Will Assist You With
• Personal Care and Meal Preparation • Light House Keeping • Errands
Jewish War Veterans Ladies Our Nursing Director is Your Neighbor! She Lives at Century Village
Auxiliary Post #520: Meets The First
Visit by an

Call T&T Today (561) 688-5112


3 rd Mon at The Classic. A RN is Free
continental breakfast is served
at 9:00 am, followed by our
meeting. Our efforts go to 2790 N. Military Trail, Suite 7, WPB, FL 33406
creating welcome kits for the Website tntnurse.com
veterans at the VA Center at
Military Trail and various po-
sitions at the Center. We find
our volunteer work helpful and GS-18013 Heart Screenings Ad UCO_Layout 1 10/6/10 11:31 AM Page 1
rewarding and welcome new
members. Dorothy, 478-6521.
G O O D S A M A R I T A N M E D I C A L C E N T E R
Karaoke in the Village: Con-
T H E C A R D I A C & V A S C U L A R I N S T I T U T E
tinues every Tue (6:30-9:30)
and Fri (6:00-9:00) in the CH
Party Room. All are welcome NAUSEA OR VOMITING
SEVERE HEADACHE
to sing along with Jack. For
more info, call 616-0973.
NUMBNESS OF FACE,
Knights of Pythias: You are ARMS OR LEGS
invited to join Palm Beach
SHORTNESS OF BREATH
Rainbow Lodge #203, meet
2nd and 4th Mon at North Coun-
ty Senior Center, Northlake
Blvd. We welcome new mem-
bers, duals, reinstatements and DISCOMFORT IN CHEST
transferees from out of state.
We are a fraternal brotherhood
fostering the credo of friend-
ship, charity, benevolence. The warning signs of a heart attack or stroke
Mike, 615-0218. aren’t always easy to pin down.
Latin American Club: Thank
you all for supporting our For over ninety years, Good Samaritan Know the signs
Nov 8 dance, benefiting the Medical Center has cared for the hearts of our
HEART ATTACK SYMPTOMS
St. Mary’s cancer kids; we community. We’re proud to offer elective and
• Discomfort in Chest, Arm(s), Back, Neck,
raised $1,700. May God bless emergent angioplasty and stroke care. Jaw, or Stomach
you all! • Shortness of Breath
• Nausea or Vomiting
Merry Minstrels: Meet Thu, FREE Community Heart • Indigestion
10:00-11:00 am, Music Room
B. We are a group who enjoy
Health Screenings • Lightheadedness
for Cholesterol, Glucose, BMI and Blood Pressure
• Anxiety
singing at various nursing • Flu-Like Symptoms
homes. We’re looking for new Thursdays
members, so if you enjoy mu- STROKE SYMPTOMS
sic, contact GiGi at 689-6092; Nov. 11 & Dec. 9 Sudden:
the feeling of giving joy to 9:00-11:00 AM • Numbness or weakness of face, arm, or leg,
especially on one side
others is so rewarding.
Refreshments will be served. Time slots • Confusion; trouble speaking or understanding
fill up fast, so please call 561.650.6023 • Difficulty seeing in one or both eyes
Mind Spa Discussion Group: to register.
Meets 2nd and 4th Thu, 1:30 pm, • Trouble walking, dizziness, loss of
Please bring a self-addressed envelope for results. balance, or coordination
in CH, CR A. All are invited
• Severe headache with no known cause
for in-depth discussions of
significant issues. Allan, 587-
3602.

Na’Amat USA (Pioneer Corner of Flagler Drive & Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, West Palm Beach
Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00 561.650.6023 | goodsamaritanmc.com
pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi-
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1 BEDROOM/ 1 BATH
Bedford J – 2 floor, on lagoon, ceramic tile, furn.
nd
$25,000 Dorchester F – Carpet and ceramic tile, partial furnished $14,000
Berkshire B – 2 floor, furnished, lake view
nd
$15,900 Northampton G – 2nd floor, carpet, furniture negotiable $12,900
Berkshire K – 1 floor, furnished, carpeting
st
$14,900 Norwich B – Nice, clean 1st floor, new cabinets, rentable $17,900
Camden B – 1st floor, ceramic tile, furniture neg. $12,900 Salisbury D – 2nd floor, carpet, unfurnished, wall a/c unit $10,000
Canterbury F – 1 floor, ceramic tile, partial furnished
st
$20,500 Somerset G – 1st floor, furnished, ceramic tile/carpet, lakevw $26,900
Chatham D – 1st fl-carpet-furniture neg. Serene water view $19,900 Waltham H – 2nd floor, central a/c, totally updated $20,000
Coventry B – 1st floor, ceramic tile, unfurnished $21,000 Windsor G – 2nd fl, unfurn., clean, bright & breezy $16,900
Dorchester H – 2 floor-unfurnished-carpet-on canal
nd
$14,900 Windsor K – 2nd floor, ceramic tile, furnished, new a/c $19,900
Southampton B - 4th floor, central a/c, unfurnished $19,900
1 BEDROOM/ 1.5 BATHS
Bedford K – 1t floor; furniture negotiable; water view $19,000 Northampton A – 1st floor, ceramic tile, central a/c $35,900
Cambridge F – 2nd floor, central a/c, carpeted, unfurnished $23,000 Norwich B – 2nd floor, furniture negotiable, carpeted $14,900
Cambridge H – 1 fl-ceramic tile-upgraded Beautiful!
st
$27,000 Norwich B – 2nd floor, corner, furnished, central a/c $21,000
Canterbury A – 2nd floor, unfurnished $12,900 Norwich H – 1st flr, upgraded kitchen, storm shutters $29,900
Canterbury D – 1st floor, furniture negotiable, carpet $29,900 Norwich H – 2nd floor, central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile $25,900
Canterbury F – 2 fl, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile.
nd
$22,900 Oxford 200 – 2nd floor, central a/c, corner, ceramic tile $37,000
Coventry E – 2nd floor, central a/c, unfurn, rentable, allow pet $15,000 Salisbury D – 2nd floor, furnished, carpeted unit; dishwasher $22,000
Coventry L – 2 floor, bright/sunny. Lift to 2 floor
nd nd
$19,900 Salisbury D – 2nd floor, corner, carpet, central a/c $19,900
Dover A – 4th floor, central a/c, wood floors, lake view $64,500 Salisbury G – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, carpet $23,000
Dover B – 1 floor, ceramic tile, central a/c, unfurn, lakevw
st
$55,500 Sheffield I – 2nd floor, corner unit, central a/c $24,900
Easthampton E – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile $35,900 Sussex B – 1st floor, rentable building, central a/c $32,900
Greenbrier B – 4th floor, central a/c, view of creek, unfurn. $28,000 Waltham D – 1st fl, corner unit; ceramic tile, central a/c $29,900
Hastings B – 1 floor, partially furnished RENTED
st
$26,900 Windsor C – 1st floor, on canal, tile, granite countertops $39,900
Hastings B – 1st floor, ceramic tile, partially furnished $35,900 Windsor O – 1st floor, rentable unit, new a/c, furnished $24,900
Kent L – 1 floor, nicely furnished. Well maintained
st
$29,900 Windsor R – 1st floor, unfurnished, carpet, central a/c $55,000
2 BEDROOMS/ 1 or 1.5 BATHS
Bedford D – 2nd floor, central a/c, furnished $29,900 Dorchester G – 1st floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, unfurn. $49,900
Cambridge I – 2nd floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished $34,900 Easthampton G – Corner; cent a/c and ceramic tile $28,000
Cambridge I – 1st floor, corner, furnished $33,000 Hastings B – 2nd floor, central a/c, unfurnished $29,900
Canterbury A – 2nd floor, corner, carpet & ceramic tile, furn $45,000 Hastings C – 2nd floor, ceramic tile, furn. neg., central a/c $28,000
Canterbury A – 1st floor, corner, carpeted, furnished $39,900 Northampton P – 1st floor, central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile $38,900
Chatham D – 2nd floor, corner, unfurn., central a/c, lake view $42,900 Norwich B – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished $32,900
Dorchester B – 2nd floor, faux wd floors, Italian porc-kit. $54,900 Norwich K – 2nd floor, ceramic tile, central a/c $39,900
Dorchester E – 1st floor, central a/c, unfurn., tile, carpeting $26,000
2 BEDROOMS/ 2 BATHS
Oxford 100 – 2nd floor, central a/c, ceramic canal view $47,900 Plymouth O – 1st floor, ceramic & carpet, central a/c, furn. $68,900
Oxford 200 – 2 floor, central a/c, lift to 2 floor, unfurn
nd nd
$56,900 Windsor D - 1st floor, corner, central a/c, view of lagoon $49,900
Dorchester I - 1st floor, central a/c, corner, waterview $39,900
OUTSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE LISTINGS
Le Chateau Royale – 3rd floor – oceanfront $169,900 Le Chateau Royale – 4th floor – ocean view Pending Rental $210,000

AVAILABLE RENTALS
1 BEDROOM/1 BATH
Bedford B – 2nd floor, ceramic tile Seasonal $1,250/Mo. Canterbury I – 1st floor, carpet, furnished, wall a/c Seasonal $1,000/Mo.
Berkshire G – 2nd floor, nicely furnished Seasonal $900/Mo. Kent F – 2nd floor, ceramic tile, unfurnished $550/Mo.
Camden I – 1st floor, ceramic tile, unfurnished, new kitchen $700/Mo.
1 BEDROOM/1.5 BATHS
3540 S Ocean Blvd #315 – 3rd floor, ocean view $950/Mo. Le Chateau Royale #405 – 4th floor, ocean view Pending $1,050/Mo.
Seasonal $1,200/Mo. Seasonal $1,300/Mo.
Cambridge B – 2 floor, new central a/c, furniture negotiable
nd
$675/Mo.
Chatham C – 2nd floor, corner, lake view, ceramic tile, furn. neg. $650/Mo. Norwich J - 1st floor, carpet/ceramic tile, central a/c $1,200/Mo.
Seasonal $1,100/Mo. Kent D – 1st floor, furnished, carpet $550/Mo.
Kent D – 2nd floor, furnished, carpet $600/Mo. Windsor O – 1st floor, furnished, cozy and neat $525/Mo.
SeasonalHH $1,000/Mo.
2 BEDROOMS/1.5 or 2 BATHS
Chatham E – 1st floor, ceramic tile, central a/c, lake view, unfurnished $775/Mo. Sheffield I – 2nd floor, furnished, ceramic tile, central a/c $750/Mo.
Hastings B – 1 floor, steps from Fitness Center, ceramic tile/carpet
st
$750/Mo. Waltham H – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, furnished Seasonal $1,200/Mo.
Golfs Edge E – Seasonal $1,100/Mo.
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Page 36 THE UCO REPORTER November 2010

Please Do Your Part!


This is a plea to all who own
or reside in Century Village
by those who freely give of
their time to work at UCO.
out? Start small. Don’t make
the first thing you do be to run
Frank Faline
HANDYMAN
and who are physically able Are you one of those peo- for UCO president. You would
to do your part in keeping the ple who sit by and do nothing, be surprised how a little help All your handyman services and more, big
Village going. and then complain about this here or lending a hand there or small. There is no limit to my expertise,
Bus service to the Club- and complain about that? can have a wide influence. air conditioner filters to toilet fixes, bulbs,
house and Publix doesn’t hap- There is something very hol- It’s like tossing a pebble into paint that shelf.
pen automatically. The shows low about this. a pond — the ripples spread
and movies at the Clubhouse
don’t take place without people
arranging for them. The right
One of the first things one
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out over a wide area. And be a
positive person, not a constant
complainer. o
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Organization News Super Seniors Club:


Continued from Page 33 Interesting convo about current
issues affecting seniors at the ADVANCED MUFFLER & BRAKE
OF WEST PALM BEACH
torium for mini-lunch and CV 912 Super Seniors Group.
interesting programs, guests During the first two meets,
are always welcome (Rhoda the focus was on the changes
478-8559). Coming events: to healthcare with attendees A Full Service Automotive Repair Facility
Oct 5-19, tour Israel past and exchanging opinions. We meet
future from Eternal Jerusalem
to Eliat; Dec 5-12, Belize,
every 1st Thu, 10:00 am in the 2774 OKEECHOBEE BLVD., WEST PALM BEACH
CH as a forum for sharing (Just east of Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.)
Honduras, Costa Maya and knowledge, asking questions
Key West on the Norwegian and educating ourselves. (561) 684-6882
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(Nov 8, 3:00 pm in the CH), we and a piano player entertain
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684-8686.
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All dancers are welcome. No mer and all-year-round, on the
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684-2451 or Hugh 689-3466. 687-4255. o
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CL ASSIFIED ADS

Classified ads are printed kitchen and bath. Call (828)


on a space available basis. 734-5880
Ads should be submitted by
the seventh of the month prior
2/2 part furn condo, gr fl, encl
to the month of issue (e.g.,
porch and pvt outdoor patio
for Oct. issue, ad is needed
by Sept. 7). Articles must be on lake, active CH, multiple
resubmitted every month if pools, tennis, boating, shuffle-
they are to be repeated. board, etc.; many classes and
All Classified ads must be clubs, free movies and bus ser-
on a full sheet of paper (8½ x vice in and out of cmty; state
11). Scraps of paper will not of art gym and resistance pool,
be accepted. billiards, cards and mahjong.
All items submitted must Only $750/mo on 1 yr lease.
include name and address Close to door pkg in 24 hr sec
of contributor. Name and ad-
(55+) cmty. 615-9949
dress will not be printed; this
is for our information.
Kingswood A: 1/1 air cond
gr fl apt, walk to CH, newly
For Sale renov and comp furn, encl
patio, all rms have fans. Just
Oxford 300, 2/2, 1st fl, wtrvw, bring your food and clothing.
new AC, tile fls. $55,000. 688-8151
615-9909
Northampton B, 1/1½, 2 nd
1-1½ condo, 1st fl on the lake, fl, furn, wtrvw, handy to ev-
tot dec, new baths, new appls, erything the Village offers.
new wtr htr, new tile through- 683-1540
out. Must see! 712-8720
For Seasonal Rent
For Rent
Sheffield I, 2/1½ gr fl cnr,
Windsor O, 1/1 second floor, remod, furn, HDTV, tile, nr
furn or unfurn. New A/C, gym & pool. $5,000 for any
fridge, fans, tile, Remodeled Continued on Page 40

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UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH.

GOLFS EDGE H..................UGRDS TO INC. PERGO FLS, BEAUTI, LIFT AVAIL, NR EG & CH.............. $46,900 BERKSHIRE . ..............FURN , CPT, WTRVIEW, 24 HOUR SEC NR WESTGATE, MANNED GATE . .... $14,000
NORWICH O .......................RENTABLE, FURN, UGRDS, CPT, NEAR E. GATE AND FIT CTR.............. $24,500 COVENTRY J . .........FURN, GDNVW, NEW APPS, HURR SHTRS, WALK-IN SHOWER, 24 HR SEC . . $10,000
NORWICH K ...................PET FRIENDLY, NR EG, UNFURN, UGRDS GALORE, 24 HOUR SEC........... $17,000 NORTHAMPTON S . ............FURN, RENTABLE, CT & CPT, WARM & COZY, 24 HOUR SEC ............... $15,000
ANDOVER M . .........................WTRVW, RENTABLE, FURN, CPTED, CDS, 24 HOUR SEC.................. $20,000 KINGSWOOD D ...............RENTABLE BUILDING, FURN, CT, MOVE RIGHT IN, 24 HOUR SEC . ......... $12,000
SUSSEX B .......................FURN, CPT, RENTABLE, NEW HTR & FRIDGE, A/C, 24 HOUR SEC........... $45,000 SUSSEX I . .................. VERY NICE UNIT, NEWER APPS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ...... $25,900
DORCHESTER D . .................... FURN, PARQUET FL, NR POOL, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR .................... $20,000 ANDOVER B ........... NEWER APPS, NEW A/C’S, FURN, NEW CPT, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC .. $14,500
EASTHAMPTON B . .................. NEW APPS, UNFURN, CPT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH ...................... $9,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH NORWICH M . .........................UNFURN, CT, LOTS OF UGRDS, NR GATE, 24 HOUR SEC . .................$11,500
BERKSHIRE K ..........NEW CPT, BEAUTIFUL GARDEN W/ PATIO, NR WG, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . .. $20,000
SUSSEEX C.....................................UNFURN, CA, 24 HOUR SEC, REAL CUTIE, CPT........................... $17,000 ANDOVER E .......... WELL KEPT UNIT IN RENTABLE BLDG, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . $17,000
WINDSOR F . ............................FULLY FURN, CA, CPT, DW, RENTABLE, 24 HOUR SEC..................... $37,000 CHATHAM A . .............. WTRVIEW, RENTABLE BUILDING, VERY CLEAN, FURN, MIC, NEW CPT ...... $14,000
NORWICH O ................................FURN, PET FRIENDLY, CA, LOTS OF LIGHT, NR EG . ..................... $15,500 EASTHAMPTON A ..................24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAILABLE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ................. $25,000
DORCHESTER F ............FURN, CPT, NEW PATIO, NR POOL, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC . ........ $18,000 BERKSHIRE J . .............. FURN, CT, CPT AND HARDWOOD FLOORS, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS ......... $18,500
CHATHAM D .....................................UNFURN, CT, UGRDS, NR WG, 24 HOUR SEC ........................... $45,000 WINDSOR K . .................. PARTLY FURN, NEW FRIDGE AND DW, ACTIVE CH, 24 HOUR SEC .......... $21,000
NORWICH M . ..............................FURN OR UNFURN, CPTING, NREG, 24 HOUR SEC . ..................... $25,000 CANTERBURY H ............FURN, CPT, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR ......... $21,000
NORWICH O ................................UNFURN, CT, NR EG, 24 HOUR SEC, CH & FIT CTR . ..................... $40,000 DORCHESTER E . ..........FURN, CT, RENTABLE AFTER 1 YEAR, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR . ........ $23,000
SUSSEX A . ...................................FURN, CT, RENTABLE, ACTIVE CH, 24 HOUR SEC . ...................... $29,900 SUSSEX C ..............................FURN, CPT, NEW APPS, REDONE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . ................ $19,900
SHEFFIELD M . ........SWEET AND COZY, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE COMM . . $25,000 CAMDEN J ................. NEW BATHROOM, NEW WTR HTR, LOVELY UNIT, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ..... $19,900
WINDSOR M .......................... FURN, CA, GARDEN VIEW, RENT TO OWN, 24 HOUR SEC ................. $49,000 SALISBURY G .................. BEAUTY, PET FRIENDLY, NEW APPS, CT, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ............ $30,000
ANDOVER E ...............................CT, RENTABLE, DRIVE RIGHT UP, CA, 24 HOUR SEC . .................... $16,000
UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5 BATH
ANDOVER D ..........FULLY FURN, NEW KITCHEN, WASHER & DRYER, CT, GDN VIEW, 24 HR SEC .$39,000
DOVER B ...................... FURN, WTR VW, DRIVE RIGHT UP TO, LOTS OF LIGHT, NR EG & CH ........ $34,900 HASTINGS F . .................. FURN, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, OSI CNR, WELL TAKEN CARE OF ........... $35,000
NORTHAMPTON S .TILE, NEWER APPS, 2 A/C UNITS, RENTABL BLDG, NEW FRIDGE & WTR HTR .$22,500 WINDSOR E . ........ LKVW, NEW WTR HTR, A/C 5 YR OLD, ENCL. PAT W/TILE, PT FURN, NR POOL .$50,000
KENT L .......................... UNFURN, NEW CPT, GARDEN VIEW, MOVE-IN READY, TRANS AVAIL ........ $14,000 WALTHAM A . ...................... RENTABLE, NEW KITCHEN, CT AND CPT, FURN OR UNFURN .............. $47,500
CAMDEN E ......................... FURN, CPT, CT, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS, 24 HOUR SEC .............. $19,000 WELLINGTON B .............. PART FURN, HURI SHTS, LINOLEUM, NEW PATIO, 24 HOUR SEC ........... $73,000
COVENTRY L . .............PARTLY FURN, CPTING, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS, NEWER APPS . ..... $18,000 SHEFFIELD D .....................WTRVW, WOOD FLS, UGRDS, MIRRORED WALL IN LR, FURN . ............ $49,500
DOVER A . .................ENCLOSED PATIO, TENANT IN PLACE, WTR VIEW, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . .. $60,000 SALISBURY G ..............ALL NEW FROM CEILING TO FLOOR, HURR SHUTTERS. CPT, CT, CA . ...... $87,000
DOVER A . ............ CPT, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, LINOLEUM, FURN, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAIL .$38,000 SHEFFIELD E ..................... UNFURN CT, CA, REDONE KITCHEN AND BATHS, 24 HR SEC .............. $39,200
CAMDEN E .......................FURN, WTR VIEW, NR POOL, RENTABLE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . .......... $25,000 SHEFFIELD C .................... CT AND PERGO FLOORING, FURN, WTR VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC ............. $70,000
ANDOVER G . ................................ CORNER UNIT, CPT, CT, TRANS, CH, 24 HR SEC ......................... $39,000
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH KENT B .............................. UNFURN, WTR VIEW, NEEDS TLC, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH ............. $53,500
CAMBRIDGE H ......STUNNING! FURN, NEW HURRICANE WINDOWS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH .$58,900
HASTINGS F . ............FURN, CPTING, NEWER APPS, NEW BR VANITY, NEW TV, 24 HOUR SEC . ....$11,500 WALTHAM A . ............FURN, RENTABLE BUILDING, NR AMENITIES! 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH . .. $68,000
CAMBRIDGE F .........HANDYMAN SPECIAL, NR FIT CTR & POOL, 24 HOUR SEC, GREAT BUY!!! . .. $12,000 NORWICH L ............FURN, RENTABLE BUILDING, GREAT LOCATION, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH . $69,000
SHEFFIELD O . .....BEAUTI CUST WALL UNIT EXTNDS WALL 2 WALL, 2 AC UNITS, FURN, RENTBL .$12,000 SHEFFIELD O . ..... CT, GARDEN VIEW, LOVELY UNIT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR .$60,000
GOLFS EDGE G ............ FURN, ENCL PATIO, WD, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, LIFT INCLUDED ......... $35,000
CHATHAM N ................. CT THRUOUT, ENCLOSED REAR PATIO, NEWER A/C AND WTR HTR ........ $20,000 GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
SHEFFIELD A . .................... BEAUTY, WTRVIEW, NR FIT CTR, RENTABLE, CH, 24 HR SEC .............. $18,000
HASTINGS I ..............FURN, RENTABLE, NEW HWH, GARDEN VIEW, CUL-DE-SAC, NR FIT CTR . .. $18,500 SALSIBURY B . ......NEW CPT, WASHER AND DRYER IN UNIT!! UNFURN,1ST FLR CORNER UNIT, .$33,000
DOVER B .............. WTRVIEW, WOOD FL, CPT & TILE, NEW CABS & VANITIES, HURR SHUTTERS .$55,000 DORCHESTER K . ..........PARTIAL FURN, CPT AND TILE, 24 HOUR SEC, MANNED GATE, CH ......... $28,000
GREENBRIER A . .... UNFURN, NEW FRIDGE, GOLF VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR .. $35,000 WELLINGTON F ...HIGH RISE WITH ELEV!TILE AND CPT WITH A FANTASTIC WTRVW, 24 HR SEC .$49,500
WINDSOR G .................NR WG, FURN, EASY ACCESS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . ...... $15,000 NORTHAMPTON D . ....WTRVIEW, FURN, CPT AND TILE, SHOWER STALL, NR POOL AND WG . ..... $33,500
SOUTHAMPTON A ......... UNFURN, CA, CPT/TILE, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CLBHSE & FIT CT .......... $18,000 DORCHESTER H . ... WTRVIEW, ENCLOSED PATIO, NEW MASTER BATH, CA, NEEDAS CPTING ... $32,000
NORWICH J ....................FURN, GARDEN VIEW, TILE & CPT, RENTABLE, CA, 24 HOUR SEC .......... $32,000 WALTHAM E ...................UNFURN, BAMBOO FLG AND NEW KIT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH .......... $59,900
DOVER A . .............BEAUTI CONDO, CT WITH SPECTACULAR WTR VIEW, FURN, FREE LAUNDRY .$49,900 CAMBRIDGE H .......................CPT, CA, UNFURN, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . ................ $35,000
GOLFS EGDE G ......................BEST BUY AROUND, NR CH & EG, FURN, 24 HOUR SEC .................. $39,000 CANTERBURY K ................FURN, CT, GARDEN VIEW, OUTSIDE CORNER, 24 HOUR SEC . ............ $39,000
SHEFFIELD L . .......LOVELY CONDO, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, LOTS OF LIGHT, FURN, 24 HR SEC .$15,000 NORWICH L ................FURN, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . .... $40,000
CHATHAM G ...............................FURN, WTRVIEW, CPT & CT, 24 HOUR SEC, FIT CTR . .................... $38,000 SOMERSET D . .................. FURN, CT, WTR VIEW, REDONE, 24 HOUR SEC, FITNESS CTR ............. $65,000
SOUTHAMPTON B .. NEW CPTING, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING, ENCLOSED PATIO, 24 HOUR SEC ... $31,000 KENT D ................. NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR .$75,000
DORCHESTER C . ..........GARDEN VIEW, NR DORCHESTER POOL, CT, 24 HR SEC, FIT CTR . ........ $22,000
DOVER C .......................WTRVIEW, NEW CABS, FURNITURE NEGOTI, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ........ $45,000 UPPER FLOOR, 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
SOUTHAMPTON B ....................... FURN, CPT, CA, FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC, FIT CTR ........................ $24,000
GREENBRIER A . .......ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS, UNFURN, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, 24 HR SEC . ... $69,900 SHEFFIELD A . ............. 2ND FLOOR, WTRVIEW, UNFURN, NR HASTINGS ACROSS FROM CH ....... $28,000
WELLINGTON F ...... FURN, WTRVIEW, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING, 24 HOUR SEC, CH & FITNESS ... $35,000 DOVER B .................CAC CLOSE TO EG, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, GREAT VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC . . $54,000
GREENBRIER B ..UNFURN, POOL, HAS OWN DEVELOPMENT, NR ELEV & LAUND, 24 HOUR SEC .$73,000 SHEFFIELD D ......................CA CONDITIONING, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH AND FIT CTR . ............. $49,500
SOMERSET K . ....... CAC, ENCL PORCH, WTRVW, LIFT. FURN, DW & NEWER APPS! 24 HR SEC .. $49,900
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH SHEFFIELD C ........BEAUTIFUL, FURN, NR FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CLUBHSE & FIT CTR .$35,000
HASTINGS I .................CT AND CPT, REMOD KIT & BATH, STEPS FROM POOL, 24 HOUR SEC .. $35,000
HASTINGS F . ..................UNFURN, NR FIT CTR W/POOL, LOTS OF UGRDS, 24 HOUR SEC ............$11,900 CHATHAM K ............... FURN, NEWER APPS, CT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CLUBHSE & FIT CTR ...... $35,000
CAMDEN B .......................... WTR VIEW, CT, FURN, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ............... $16,500 WELLINGTON J . .................MORT, TRANS. AVAIL, 24 HOUR SEC., ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ............. $150,000
WINDSOR R .......... BEAUTIFUL, UPGRADED CONDO, NR POOL AND WG, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR . $15,000 SUSSEX E ........................... UNFURN, UGRDS, CT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ............... $35,000
SUSSEX A . ................GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, COMM LAUNDRY ..... $15,000
CAMDEN M . ..........CT, UGRDS, DRIVE UP TO, BLDG HAS OWN POOL, FURN NEGO., 24 HR SEC .$25,000 GROUND FLOOR, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
WINDSOR B . .......................... FURN, CPT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, POOL .................. $13,000
ANDOVER F ............. FURN UNIT IN RENTABLE BLDG, NEWER APPS, ENCL PATIO, 24 HR SEC .... $14,000 HASTINGS C ...................... FURN, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, UGRDS, CLOSE TO PARKING .............. $38,990
KENT C .........................FURN, WTRVIEW, CT, UPDATED BATH, 24 HOUR SEC, FITNESS CTR . ...... $15,000 NORWICH G ................................ UNFURN, CT, NR CH & EG, UGRDS, SHORT SALE! ....................... $28,000
ANDOVER E ............................. FURN, CPT, CT, GARDEN VIEW, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR .................... $15,000 COVENTRY G . ....................HANDYMAN SPECIAL, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ............... $25,000
NORTHAMPTON S . .......... BEAUTIFUL UNIT, CT, UGRDS GALORE, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR ............. $28,000 BEDFORD I . ..................................UNFURN, CT, CA, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC ......................... $49,000
CANTERBURY H .....WOW! 50 INCH TV, CT, MUST SEE, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR, 24 HR SEC.... $20,000 NORWICH I . .........................PARTLY FURN, CPT, NR EG, TRANS AVAILABLE, 24 HR SEC ............... $20,000
SUSSEX G .......................UNFURN, CPT AND CT, NEW PAINT, NEW FRIDGE, 24 HOUR SEC . ......... $16,500 CHATHAM D ........................ UNFURN, CT, WTR VIEW, RENTABLE BUILDING, 24 HR SEC ............... $58,000
SOMERSET K . ................WTRVIEW, NR FIT CTR, ACTIVE CH, CT, HANDICAPPED ACCESS . ......... $49,000
COVENTRY C . .........................UNFURN, CT, TRANS, UGRDS GALORE, 24 HOUR SEC . .................. $40,000
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am. We should have many of goals this year is to maintain Classified Miscellaneous

RecNews our Snowbirds back for this


meeting, myself included,
where all will be able to re-
our two traveling teams, which
have been quite successful in
the past.
Continued from Page 38
Sold my condo. Selling knick-
knacks, antiques, small tables,
4 mos of your choosing for
Petanque new friendships with those
members who stay in Florida
So come on down to our
courts, supervised as al-
the 2010-11 season. Info & chairs and loads of misc.
items. Buy before I advertise
Jerry pics at http://98b.spaces.
during the summer. ways by our very capable in the paper. Jewelry too! 640-
Karpf live.com/ Contact email
There were three Pot Luck Tom Speerin. We’re con- svsummerwind@hotmail.com 5443 o
It’s similar to Bocce, but a dinners starting with Memorial vinced that our club is quite Phone 561-452-8863
lot more fun to play. Day, then the Fourth of July, and a “racquet”! o
The Petanque season is lastly, Labor Day. A good time
about to start in mid-Novem- is always had by all whenever
ber. and wherever we are.
All new players are wel- The club carries a nice line
come. Playing hours are of sports clothes and different
Wednesday and Friday, 8:45 types of head coverings with
am to 12:00 pm for the Ameri- our snorkel logo.
can team, but all Canadians For information about our
are welcome. The courts are club, call President Rosemary
located by the Somerset pool Maude at 561-684-0116.
and tennis courts.
According to Ms. Anita Tennis
Pearce (Anita Cruz) and her Christine
assistant John, the courts will Mohanty
be rebuilt and should be in
great shape by the beginning
of the November season. We’re all looking forward
Any questions? Contact to the return of our snowbirds,
Jerry Karpf at 561-684-1487. some of whom are already
back on the courts. We hope
they all come back hale and
Snorkel Club hearty for another exciting
Sandy season. With the exception of
Wynn court 5, all have been resur-
faced, which will make our
Besides the usual ventures playing not only easier but
to Peanut Island, there was a safer. The remaining court will
trip to Red Reef Park, Del Ray be worked on at the end of this
for snorkeling in the ocean. As season.
we had dismal weather condi- Our
tions this past winter season, annual
our Calypso trip had been elec-
cancelled innumerable times. tion
Well, it finally got off the break-
ground and into the ocean on f a s t
Sunday, August 1, with eleven will take place the first week
members. The snorkeling was in January. We are hoping to
in the area behind the Breakers expand our activities which
Hotel. will culminate in our annual
Our first meeting of the picnic in March. Last year’s
new season will be the third involved more members than
Friday in October in the Main ever before, and we want to
Clubhouse, room A at 10:00 continue that trend. One of our
We have been very fortunate to replace La Cage
Aux Folles on Sunday, February 13 with Cabaret.

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New Homeless Resource Center (HRC) will On July 8, Goodwill workers


be opening in 2011. delivered the items to Store Self
Center Thanks to a unique public/ Storage in Palm Beach Gardens.
The Breakers, Goodwill and private partnership with The
Arts & Store Self Storage team up to Breakers, Gulfstream Good-
The Breakers donated the fur-
nishings from a recent 69-room
Entertainment support the homeless. Through will Industries and Store Self renovation at the landmark hotel.
the efforts of the Homeless Storage and Wine Storage,
Irv Rikon Advisory Board and imple- the county’s new facility will
All the items were wrapped and
moved by Goodwill personnel,
mentation of the Ten-Year be fully furnished with sofas, and Store Self Storage offered
Plan to End Homelessness in stuffed chairs, tables, and more the free storage space.
the county, a new Homeless than 200 pieces of artwork. From County E-News
FOLLIES, A CONCERT AT CALDWELL THEATRE

I write this on the afternoon early 21st century. He was a


of October 2, noting there contemporary of Rodgers and
are only three performances Hammerstein — Hammerstein
remaining to see A Con- was his mentor — and Lerner
cert Version of Follies at the and Loewe, but Sondheim
Caldwell Theatre in Boca turned the theater in new di-
Raton. Even in a “Concert rections (think Sweeney Todd
Version,” the James Goldman- and Sunday In the Park With
Stephen Sondheim musical is George) and musical theater
a delight to watch. I think you hasn’t been quite the same
would have really enjoyed this since. Meanwhile, have fun
performance. with this show: it’s worthwhile
What happens when the visiting. For reservations, call
Follies girls and their men 561-995-2327. o
meet for a reunion at a time
when the theater in which
they enjoyed their successes is
about to be torn down? What
happens when one of the girls
wants to rekindle a romance
with the man that got away and
married “the other woman.”
Also one of the Follies girls?
The cast voices are terrific,
as is the limited acting that a
“Concert Version” allows.
As for Stephen Sondheim,
I — and I am not alone in
this — firmly believe that he
was/is the single most im-
portant American composer/
lyricist in the latter half of the
20th century and now into the

Important Numbers
Emergency............................911
Senior Helpline.....................211
Security....................... 502-8103
Guest Call-In............... 689-1759
Reporter....................... 683-9336
UCO Office................. 683-9189
Hastings CH................ 687-4875
WPRF (Anita)..............640-3111
Seacrest....................... 697-4990 MIDTOWN IMAGING BUILDING, SUITE 202
Florida Power.............. 697-8000 5405 OKEECHOBEE BLVD., WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 33417
Palm Beach Water....... 740-4600
AT&T................1-888-151-6500
Comcast....................... 847-4792
Palm Beach Post......... 820-4663
Tri-Rail..............1-800-874-7245
Homesteaders.............. 355-2650
Sheriff’s Office............ 766-2000
Police (non-emerg)...... 822-1900
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Mark B. Grumet, D.M.D.


From the Desk of GENERAL DENTISTRY
State Representative Conveniently located where you shop
Mark S. Pafford
Crosstown Plaza
Between Publix and Blockbuster Video
• Exams, Cleanings Call
In case you didn’t notice… Okeechobee Blvd. Branch, • Crown and Bridgework
it’s election time!
In addition to candidates,
several ballot initiatives will
5689 Okeechobee Blvd.,
West Palm Beach, Phone:
790-6030
• Implant Bridgework
• Partial and Full Dentures
• Same Day Repairs, Relines
683-0903
2885-H N. Military Trail
be voted on this year. Often • Thurs., Oct. 7, 2:30 p.m.: • Other Phases of General Dentistry Hours by Appointment
times these can be confusing. Belle Glade Branch, 530
Come learn about the different S. Main St., Belle Glade,
initiatives from the County’s Phone: 996-3453
Legislative Affairs Depart- • Thurs., Oct. 7, 6:00 p.m.:
ment and get a clearer picture Wellington Branch, 1951
of what you’ll be voting on Royal Fern Dr., Wellington, • SCREEN REPLACEMENT • WINDOW CLEANING
come November. An educated Phone: 790-6070 • GLASS TINTING
voter is the best voter! The • Tues., Oct. 12, 2:00 p.m.:
time is 60 minutes. Preregister. Hagen Ranch Rd., 14350
• Tues., Oct. 5, 2:30 p.m.: Hagen Ranch Rd., Delray 20% OFF
Lantana Rd. Branch, 4020 Beach, Phone: 894-7500 SCREEN REPLACEMENT • REPAIRS • WINDOW TINTING
Lic. & Ins.: 2008-07499: 2008-07498
Lantana Rd., Lake Worth, (no preregistration neces-
Phone: 304-4500
• Tues., Oct. 5, 6:30 p.m.: Ju-
sary at Hagen Ranch Road
program) SAVE ENERGY
piter Branch, 705 Military • Wed., Oct. 20, 2:00 p.m.: • Lower Electric Bills with Window Tint
Tr., Jupiter, Phone: 744- Glades Rd. Branch, 20701 • Shatter-Proof Windows
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• Wed., Oct. 6, 6:30 p.m.: Phone: 482-4554 o Replace: Vinyl Windows • Torn or Old Looking Window Screens •
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• Family Owned & Operated
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ANNUAL RENTALS
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
SUSSEX G UPDATED, UNFURN, TCT,WOOD FLOORS!!, NEWER KITCHEN, CH $550
WINDSOR P FURN, CPT AND TILE, NR WG AND POOL, 24 HOUR SEC $550
CHATHAM I FURN, WTRVIEW, 24 HOUR SEC,MANNED GATE, CHAND FIT CTR $550
BEDFORD F BEAUTIFUL FULLY FURN CONDO WITH NEWER APPS, HURRICANE SHUTTERS $500
EASTHAMPTON B NEW APPS, UNFURN, CPT, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAIL $450
NORTHAMPTON S CT, CPT, FULLY FURN, NEW APPS, 24 HOUR SEC $500
BERKSHIRE K UNFURN, CPTING, GARDEN VIEW, ENCLOSED PATIO, 24 HOUR SEC $525
WINDSOR I FURN, CPT, NR WG, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $475
SUSSEX I VERY NICE UNIT, NEWER APPS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH, & FIT CTR. $525
CANTERBURY H FURN, CPT, CT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $475
WINDSOR A HARDWOOD FLOORS, OPEN KITCHEN, NR WG, WTRVIEW, 24 HOUR SEC $525
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
CAMDEN B CT, LOVEL, FURN, NR WG, 24 HOUR SEC, NR POOL $500
CANTERBURY H FURN, CPT, SERENE AREA, TRANS AVAILABLE, 24 HOUR SEC $475
SALISBURY B 24 HOUR SEC, CT, ACTIVE CH AND FIT CTR, TRANS AVAIL $525
KINGSWOOD D FURN, CPT, GARDEN VIEW, DRIVE UP TO UNIT, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAILABLE $550
CANTERBURY H FURN, CT, GARDEN VIEW, NEW APPS, ACTIVE CLUBHSE & FIT CTR $550
ANDOVER F FURN, CPT, NEWER APPS, NR THE WG, 24 HOUR SEC $550
CAMDEN J UNFURN, GARDEN VIEW, WALK TO POOL , CPT/CT, TRANSP AVAIL. $550
ANDOVER E FURN UNIT, CPT, ACTIVE CH, FIT CTR, TRANS AVAIL $475
BERKSHIRE G FURN, CT, CPT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $550
KENT G FURNITURE, NEW CARPET, NR POOL, NICE LOCATION, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS $550
SHEFFIELD F FURN, NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, ACTIVE CH, 24 HOUR SEC $525
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
BEDFORD F FURN, BEAUTIFUL, CPT, NEW APPS, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, 24 HOUR SEC $500
SOUTHAMPTON A UNFURN, C/A CPT/TILE, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $550
KENT N CT, FURN, GARDEN VIEW, BEAUTIFULLY REDONE, ACTIVE CLUBHSE & FIT CTR $625
ANDOVER A FURN, CPT, CT, RENTABLE BUILDING, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANSPORT $550
SOUTHAMPTON A NEW APPS, PATIO STORAGE, CT, CEILING FANS, 24 HR SEC $550
SUSSEX A UNFURN, REDONE, CPT, CT, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAIL. $500
SOUTHAMPTON B FURN, CPT, LARGE PATIO, NR POOL, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAIL. $500
GROUND FLOOR, 1 BED, 1.5 BATH
CHATHAM N PET FRIENDLY UNIT, CT THRUOUT, FRESHLY PAINTED, GARDEN VIEW $600
CHATHAM R WTRVIEW, CPT & CT, FURN, GREAT AREA, 24 HOUR SEC $600
KENT I FURN, NR KENT POOL, 24 HOUR SEC, CT & CPT $550
WALTHAM H FURN, CT, NEW KITCHEN WITH GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, 24 HOUR SEC $575
COVENTRY L 2 AC UNITS, SHOWER STALL, NEW COUNTERTOPS IN KITCHEN, 24 HOUR SEC $525
CAMDEN E FURN, CPT, CT, WTR VIEW, NR POOL, 24 HOUR SEC $525

RATS!
CAMDEN E FURN, TILE, WTR VIEW, CLOSE TO WG, 24 HOUR SEC $550
UPPER FLOOR, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
NORTHAMPTON Q FURN ,NR WG AND POOL OUTSIDE CORNER, 24 HOUR SEC $550
ANDOVER D WASHER AND DRYER IN UNIT!! FURN CT, DRIVE RIGHT UP TO, 24 HR SEC $650
NORWICH M FURN, CPT & VINYL TILE, 2 A/C’S, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $550
NORWICH O FURN, CPT, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAILABLE $600
WALTHAM I FURN OR UNFURN, CPT, NR EG, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $650
COVENTRY E UNFURN, CPT, GARDEN VIEW, NR EG & CH, 24 HR SEC $575
WELLINGTON G UNFURN, CPTING, WTR VIEW, LOTS OF SPACE, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS $700
NORWICH M FURN, NR EG, NEW COUNTERTOPS AND APPS, ENCLOSED PATIO $550
COVENTRY B UNFURN CA, CPT, HARDWOOD FLOOR, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HR SEC $550

RAT PROOF YOUR


COVENTRY A FURN, CPT, CT, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $600
GOLFS EDGE E FULLY FURN, CPT, LINOLEUM, NR CH, TRANS AVAILABLE $750
CHATHAM K FURN, CT, NEW STOVE AND NEW REFRIGERATOR, 24 HOUR SEC $650
NORWICH F FURN, CPT, GARDEN VIEW, WALL UNITS, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAILABLE $600

BUILDING
STRATFORD B FURN, NR EG, CT, NR ALL AMENITIES, LOTS OF SPACE $650
CAMDEN F UNFURN, OUTISDE ENCLSOED PATIO, CORNER UNIT, 24 HOUR SEC, CH $674
CHATHAM D UNFURN, CT, WTR VIEW, CA, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAIL $600
GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED 1/1.5 BATH
CAMDEN F FURN, CENTRAL A/C, CPT & CER. TILE, NEWER BATHS, PARKING AT PATIO DOOR $650
CHATHAM D BEAUTIFUL CONDO, LAKE VIEW, CT, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH $650
WINDSOR F FULLY FURN, CA, CPT, DW, RENTABLE, 24 HOUR SEC $595

25 Years Experience
ANDOVER B FURN, CT, CA CONDITIONING, BEAUTIFUL UNIT, 24 HOUR SEC $650
COVENTRY C CT, FURN, GARDEN VIEW, CAT FRIENDLY, NR EG, 24 HR SEC $575
WINDSOR M FURN, CPT, CA, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC $550
UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH

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WINDSOR E UNFURN, BEAUTIFUL LAKE VIEW, PATIO WITH TILE, 24 HOUR SEC, FITNESS CTR $600
ANDOVER D FURN, CENTRAL A/C, CPT & CT, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $650
COVENTRY A FURN, CT, CPT, NR EG, OUTSIDE CORNER, 24 HOUR SEC $675
GOLFS EDGE F BEAUTIFUL CONDO, LIFT INCLUDED, WASHER/DRYER, TILE, CPT, FURN, 24 HR SEC $750

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GROUND FLOOR CORNER, 2 BED, 1.5/2 BATH
CHATHAM K FURN, CENTRAL A/C, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, CT & CPT $600
UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED, 1.5 BATH
CANTERBURY C BEAUTY, CT, NR AMENITIES, NEW CA, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAIL $575
NORWICH F FURN, CPT, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $600

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NORWICH C FURN, CPT, GARDEN VIEW, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR, 24 HR SEC $575
ANDOVER M FURN, CPT, CT, NEW AC, CORNER UNIT, 24 HR SEC, TRANS $525
UPPER FLOOR, 2 BED, 1 BATH
NORWICH O FURN, CPT, GARDEN VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, TRANS AVAILABLE $600
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UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED 1.5 BATH
COVENTRY A CT, QUEEN SIZED BED, BATHROOMS REDONE, ACTIVE CH & FITNESS CTR $1,200
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DOVER A WTR VIEW, CT, TRANSPO, 24 HOUR SEC,FREE LAUNDRY, 24 HR SEC $1,100

FREE ESTIMATES
UPPER FLOOR CORNER, 1 BED 1.5 BATH
SHEFFIELD A BEAUTIFUL FURNISIHED, TILE WITH A WTR VIEW, 24 HOUR SEC, CH & FITNESS CTR $1,250
SOUTHAMPTON B FURN, CPT, DEVELOPMENT HAS IT’S OWN POOL, CH & FITNESS CTR $1,000
NORWICH C FURN, CPT, FULL SIZED BED AND SOFA BED, CH & FITNESS CTR, 24 HR SEC $1,000
SHEFFIELD I FURN, CPT, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, TRANS, CLUBHSE, 24 HR SEC $1,100
UPPER FLOOR, 1 BED, 1 BATH
CAMDEN H FURN, CT, TUB AND SHOWER, CPT, ENCL PATIO,MANNED GATE $950
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CANTERBURY H FURN, CT, GARDEN VIEW, NEW APPS, 24 HOUR SEC $950
NORTHAMPTON R 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH AND FIT CTR, 24 HOUR SEC $1,000
SHEFFIELD F NR HASTINGS FIT CTR, CLEAN AND FRESH, 24 HR SEC, TRANS AVAIL $950
CAMDEN G CPT, NEW APPS, SCREENED PATIO, TRANS AVAILABLE, 24 HR SEC $900
SALISBURY G CPT, CT, TRANS, 24 HOUR SEC, ACTIVE CH & FIT CTR $1,125
GROUND FLOOR, 2 BED 1.5/2 BATH
STRATFORD K BEAUTIFULLY FURNIHSED CONDO W/ CT, CA & HEAT, 24 HR SEC $1,250
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GOLFS EDGE F 2 FULL BATHS, LIFT, CPT, WASHER/DRYER, FURN, BEAUTY, 24 HOUR SEC $1,200
GOLFS EDGE F CA, CT, NR EG, CH, HAS IT’S OWN POOL $1,200
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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: June 14, 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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Windsor 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 v 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
UCO Office (When Open) 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 e 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 Except Saturday and Sunday
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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
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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
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Internal Bus Route #3
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