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INSIDE
Services: Safety................................. A22 Open Letter to the Republican Party.... B8
S E C T I ON A
REMINDER
Services: Maintenance....................... A23
The End of Ringling Bros. Circus......... A24
Politics and Peace.............................. B11
Father's Day in Italy........................... B14
Editorial.............................................. A2
Officer's Report................................... A5 MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGED B21
Library News..................................... A25
E LE G AT E M E E T I N G
A Shared Legacy................................ A26
Put Two Irishmen in a Room.............. B16
Recreation........................................ B17
Nominations....................................... A7 Friday 3/3/17
Entertainment.................................. A27 Political............................................ B19
Delegate Assembly Minutes................. A8
Legal: Tools for Board Members........... A9
Tennis/Pickle Ball News..................... A28 Nutrition and Health......................... B23 9:30AM in the Theater
Interview with Leo Delgado.............. A10 MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE
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B21 Classified.......................................... B25
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Services Listing................................. B28
Sports Page...................................... A11
Spring in Century Village................... A12
Local Dining: NCC.............................. B29 www.uco-reporter.blogspot.com
The Kravis Center and I........................ B1
Top o' the Mornin' to Ya..................... B30
The Reader's Corner........................... A20
Norton Museum: BIJOUX! 2017.......... A20
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March 2017
EDITORIAL UCO Monthly Meetings
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Friday, March 3 our Delegates Send photos to: ucoreporterpix@gmail.com
will meet to vote for either Office hours: 9 a.m. to noon, Mon.-Thurs. THURSDAY 9 COP ROOM B 9:30AM
Atlantic Broadband or Comcast Fri: By Appointment FRIDAY 10 CERT UCO 1:00PM
to provide our cable services. SUNDAY 12 INSTALLATION LUNCHEON PARTY RM 12-3:00PM
Your delegate casts the vote for Your Volunteer Staff
your building. Do you know TUESDAY 14 STUDIO 63 UCO 11:00AM
Co-Editor.........................................Myron Silverman
what provider they will choose? WEDNESDAY 15 NOMINATIONS CTTEE UCO 10:00AM
Has your board discussed this Co-Editor.................................................... Joy Vestal THURSDAY 16 BID COMMITTEE UCO 10:00AM
vote and the details of the two Associate Editors.............................. Anita Buchanan,
plans with your building? Dont
FRIDAY 17 COMCAST REP UCO 1:30-3:30PM
moan and groan after the fact Donald Foster, Lanny Howe TUESDAY 21 INSURANCE UCO 10:00AM
if the company you wanted was Office Manager......................................David Givens THURSDAY 23 OFFICERS UCO 10:00AM
not chosen. This is a democratic
Advertising Manager................ Debbie Hengstebeck MONDAY 27 EXECUTIVE BOARD ROOM B 1:30PM
process folks and the company
that receives the most votes from Asst. Advertising Manager...........Elaine Maes-Morey TUESDAY 28 OPERATIONS UCO 10:00AM
the delegates is the one that we Sports..........................Irwin J. Cohen & Sam Milham SENIOR VS CRIME MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 1-4PM
all live with. You may attend this FRIDAY 9AM-NOON
Copy Editor...........................................Andre Legault
meeting like all delegate meetings
it is open to all residents. Why not Copy Editor.............................................Jody E. Lebel
attend and see Century Village at Copy Editor.............................................. Bobbi Levin
its finest and yes, we mean at its
finest! Production...........................................................OPS UCO OFFICERS
Now onto another subject. Photography..............Frank Stagliano , Kate Odoardo
Before this meeting is the UCO President David Israel
Zoe Rubin
vote. This year we will be electing Vice Presidents
two UCO Vice-Presidents and 12 Circulation....................... Seacrest, Pruitt, Gallagher,
Joy Vestal Ed Black Barbara Cornish Fausto Fabbro
Executive Board members. There CMC
is a total of 17 candidates as of Treasurer Howard O'Brien
this writing, however there may Staff....................Diane Andelman, Nicole Boulanger, Corresponding Secretary Bobbi Levin
be some who will withdraw. Lillian Lam, Irv Rikon, Ginger Veglia,
Its important for our Recording Secretary John Hess
delegates to know that they Lenore Velcoff, Randi Wolk, Martha Campbell
DO NOT have to vote for
any candidate they may not
Ruth Bernhard-Dreiss, David Givens EXECUTIVE BOARD
know or that they feel does not Jack Adams Christine Armour
meet the standards that their Suzie Byrnes Milton Cohen
building requires. In other
Ken Davis Herb Finkelstein
words there are 12 candidates, the
maximum that you may choose George Franklin Dom Guarnagia
on the ballot and your building Jackie Karlan Jean Komis
has decided on eight then eight is The UCO Reporter is a monthly publication George Loewenstein Carlos Nunez
distributed within Century Village in West
all that you cast a vote for. YOUR Palm Beach. It is the official publication of George Pittell Mike Rayber
BALLOT WILL BE VALID. Century Village. For advertising information, Stewart Richland Myron Silverman
Good luck to the cable please call 561-683-9336. Editorial and
Advertisement submissions are welcome, but Lori Torres Ruth Bernhard-Dreiss
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forward to provide their services Toni Salometo
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and to all the candidates that are submission. Facts and statements expressed
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running. May the best company/
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MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A3

The
Presidents Cable and Internet
Report
By Dave Israel
offers begin to jell
We, with close cooperation of our you can give voice commands to the will have a dedicated Community there is an annual escalator of 4.5%.
technical consultants CSI, are now remote control, EG Channel 3 and Account Representative (CAR) and AB will provide one community
entertaining two serious bidders. the tuner will go to Channel 3. The bulk customer service call center. channel.
They are COMCAST and Atlantic DVR can record up to six channels Last but not least, Comcast will On an optional basis, AB will
Broadband - AB. CSI has, of course simultaneously. The X1 platform pay a signing bonus of $350.00 per provide telephone for $25.00 per
engaged other major providers depends on Comcast Internet, which unit. month. Also, on an optional basis
including AT&T and Hotwire. Both will be an option for $20.00 per one can elect for 25 Mbit INTERNET
serious offers present good points month. If you do not opt for Internet, Now let's look at the Atlantic for $29.00 per month or 100 Mbit
and not-so-good points. Let's take you will receive three HD outlets. Broadband (AB) offer. AB is offering INTERNET for $39.00 per month.
a closer look. Comcast offers their The cost of this service will be their HD value service, plus EPIX and AB is offering a signing bonus of
High Definition (HD) Digital $32.29 per month on a bulk subscribe HBO, this totals 316 unique channels, $400.00 per unit.
Preferred tier, and HBO, this totals basis. The length of the contract is 10 including 50 music channels. They Both companies will provide a
182 unique channels including years, and there is an annual escalator will provide 3 HD outlets, one of number of free video and INTERNET
Turner Classic Movies, a real favorite of 3%. We will have two Community these outlets will be equipped with outlets to selected
here in Century Village, additionally, channels, Ch. 63 and Ch. 95; which the TiVo T-6 DVR, which depends on Common areas, such as UCO and
there are 50 music channels. Comcast Comcast has already provided. optional Internet service. If you do the UCO Reporter.
hardware consists of three HD On an optional basis, one may not opt for Internet, you will receive Following are a number of
outlets, including their Infinity X1 select 75 Mbit INTERNET service for 3 HD outlets. The cost of this bulk comparison charts for the two offers.
Digital Video Recorder (DVR). The $20.00 per month, and/or Telephone video offer is $31.25 per month. The
X1 platform is unique insomuch as service for $25.00 per month. We length of the contract is 11 years, and

Century Village WPB Current Provider: Comcast Comcast Atlantic Broadband


HD Digital Preferred + HBO HD Value Service + EPIX + HBO
Level of Video Service SD Digital Starter
187 Unique Channels 115 Unique Channels
1 HD X1 DVR
1 SD Box 1 HD Box
Equipment Included 1 HD Box
2 SD DTAs 2 HD DTAs
1 HD DTA
Bulk Cable Rate $32.29 $32.29 $31.25

Term of Agreement Expires 6/11/2019 10 Years 11 Years

Annual Escalation 5% 3% (Capped) 4.5% (Capped)


78 Video or Internet
Common Area Wi-Fi Hot Spots
Wi-Fi Hot Spots
Courtesy Accounts 1 Community Channel
2 Community Channels

Blast! 75Mbps for $20/month (includes Wi-Fi)


Phone Service $25/month
Free Home Wiring Check Unlimited phone $25/month
Additional Considerations
Technology Clause Free Wire Maintenance
Dedicated Community Account Rep (CAR)
Bulk Customer Service Call Center

Infrastructure Type Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) Fiber to the Building (FTTB)

Access Fees Video $350/Unit = $2,748,900 $400/Unit = $3,141,600


800 West Cypress Creek Road, Suite 240 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
P 954.767.0185 | F 954.767.9572
www.convergedservicesinc.com

Century Village WBP


10 Year Rate Comparison
Proposed Atlantic Broadband Agreement
Year Escalation Amount Monthly Bill/Unit Yearly Bill
Year 1 $0.00 $31.25 $2,945,250
Year 2 $1.41 $32.66 $3,078,140
Year 3 $1.41 $34.07 $3,211,029
Year 4 $1.41 $35.48 $3,343,919
Year 5 $1.41 $36.89 $3,476,809
Year 6 $1.41 $38.30 $3,609,698
Year 7 $1.41 $39.71 $3,742,588
Year 8 $1.41 $41.12 $3,875,478
Year 9 $1.41 $42.53 $4,008,367
Year 10 $1.41 $43.94 $4,141,257
$12.69 $375.95 $35,432,536

Proposed Comcast Agreement


Year Escalation Amount Monthly Bill/Unit Yearly Bill
Year 1 $0.00 $32.29 $3,043,268
Year 2 $0.97 $33.26 $3,134,566
Year 3 $1.00 $34.26 $3,228,603
Year 4 $1.03 $35.28 $3,325,461
Year 5 $1.06 $36.34 $3,425,225
Year 6 $1.09 $37.43 $3,527,982
Year 7 $1.12 $38.56 $3,633,821
Year 8 $1.16 $39.71 $3,742,836
Year 9 $1.19 $40.90 $3,855,121
Year 10 $1.23 $42.13 $3,970,774
$9.84 $370.17 $34,887,656

Atlantic Broadband Agreement $35,432,536


Comcast Agreement $34,887,656
Savings to Community $544,879
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Century Village WPB


Comcast Savings: Current -vs- Proposed
Proposed Bulk Agreement
Year Annual Escalation Escalation Amount Monthly Bill/Unit Yearly Bill
Year 1 0% $0.00 $32.29 $3,043,268
Year 2 3% $0.97 $33.26 $3,134,566
Year 3 3% $1.00 $34.26 $3,228,603
Year 4 3% $1.03 $35.28 $3,325,461
Year 5 3% $1.06 $36.34 $3,425,225
Year 6 3% $1.09 $37.43 $3,527,982
Year 7 3% $1.12 $38.56 $3,633,821
Year 8 3% $1.16 $39.71 $3,742,836
Year 9 3% $1.19 $40.90 $3,855,121
Year 10 3% $1.23 $42.13 $3,970,774
$9.84 $370.17 $34,887,656

Current Bulk Agreement + Average Individual Bill (For Digital Preferred, HD, X1, DVR, & HBO)
Year Annual Escalation Escalation Amount Monthly Bill/Unit Yearly Bill
Year 1 0% $0.00 $44.29 $4,174,244
Year 2 5% $2.21 $46.50 $4,382,956
Year 3 5% $2.33 $48.83 $4,602,104
Year 4 5% $2.44 $51.27 $4,832,209
Year 5 5% $2.56 $53.83 $5,073,820
Year 6 5% $2.69 $56.53 $5,327,511
Year 7 5% $2.83 $59.35 $5,593,886
Year 8 5% $2.97 $62.32 $5,873,580
Year 9 5% $3.12 $65.44 $6,167,259
Year 10 5% $3.27 $68.71 $6,475,622
$24.42 $557.07 $52,503,191

Current Bulk Rate + Individual Bill $52,503,191


New Bulk 10 Year Agreement $34,887,656
Savings to Community $17,615,535

COMCAST


$32.29











ATLANTIC BROADBAND
CENTURY VILLAGE WEST PALM BEACH

VIDEO ONLY OFFER:

Value Programming including HD


One (1) HD Box $31.25
Two (2) HD DTAs
EPIX
HBO
Wire Maintenance No charge for service calls!!
$400 per unit for 11 years
$1.41 annual increase for term of agreement

OPTIONAL CHANGES:
Ability to add internet at later date with same discount percentage off of current retail pricing
Eligible property for Select Discount Program = Unlimited phone and 100 Mbps internet for $54.99 outside
of bulk agreement

BULK PRICE PER UNIT: $ 31.25


MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A5

UCO OFFICER'S REPORTS


storms when they occur. This effort BE A PRO-ACTIVE VOTER
will be completed shortly as FP&L is
There are four people running
removing the old poles and expect to
for Vice President of UCO. This is
have competed this by February 15.
a very important position and it
Transportation: SE Transportation
requires someone who cares about
has been experiencing some mechanical the Homeowners and has a working
problems with the buses currently in knowledge of how to use a computer
use. I have been assured the contractor to do research for purchasing and
is making every effort to take delivery be able to research any problems for
on our brand new, propane fueled the Homeowners when they come
buses. I will report on this when we in for assistance. The job calls for
have more information. This company
Joy Vestal Fausto Fabbro has already shown considerably more
about 20 hours per week; sometimes
you will be required to stay longer
concern in handling the complaints to help someone out, or for a special
Cambridge Canterbury Andover Bedford Dover
that we receive. meeting, or whatever it takes to
Chatham Dorchester Golf's Edge Greenbrier
I would like to acknowledge our perform your job properly. But one
Kent Northampton Kingswood Oxford two outgoing UCO Vice Presidents. of the most important qualities that
Sussex Southampton Barbara Cornish and Fausto Fabbro I look for in a candidate is simple
deserve our deepest thanks and compassion- caring for the benefit of
Okay, here we go again. I keep The time has come for me to leave respect for the job they did as VPs; the Homeowners of Century Village.
writing basically about the same UCO. The last two years have been they will surely be missed. We wish There are 18 people running for
subject every month. Why? Because I a great experience for me. I have them the best of luck in their future the UCO Executive Board. Check
feel as a resident of Century Village enjoyed working with the Officers endeavors. and see if any of these people were
I have an obligation to be as well and residents. The l biggest lesson I on the Board previously and if they
informed as possible on the many learned the people are always looking attended meetings. If a candidate
issues that this Village must deal for the easy way out and to blame has a previous history of non-
with. others for their mistakes. I will say participation, it is a sure bet that
Number One: Vote. Yes, its true over the last few months I invited this behavior will continue in future.
that only your delegate votes. But, residents to come to UCO and get an If a candidate is running for the
have you let them know how you feel, idea of what we do on a daily basis Executive Board for the first time,
are you well-informed on the issues NO ONE CARED ENOUGH TO check to see if they regularly attend
related to this vote, or are you relying CALL OR COME. any of the UCO meetings to become
on your neighbor, friend, or someone So remember, on election day to informed as to what is happening
at the pool or clubhouse to keep you ask the question WHO IS REALLY in the Village. A well-informed
informed? Does your board meet QUALIFIED to represent the candidate is very important, and
to discuss these issues and decide residents of this Village. participation in committee meetings
how to vote after polling you the IT HAS BEEN AN HONOR AND Barbara Cornish or volunteer service at UCO are good
indications of how a candidate will
residents? And if no, why not? Many A PLEASURE TO SERVE THE
Berkshire Camden serve if elected.
boards do but many do not. Work to RESIDENTS GOD BLESS
Hastings Salisbury A little check list as to what you
make sure youre not on the negative
Somerset Wellington should be looking for in a candidate:
of this question?
At the March meeting or before the Windsor
meeting itself the annual UCO vote - Attends meetings
will be held to fill two Vice-President I have one last request of you - Contributes time and talent to
positions and 12 Executive Board before I leave office. In less than 2 Community
candidates. The results of this vote weeks on March 3rd, we will be - Team player- works with others to
should be announced at the ensuing having elections. Im asking you to find consensus and solutions
Delegate meeting. Next question? take the time and watch the meetings
- Compassion- willing to assist
Do you know who will be voting on Channel 95. Observe how your
neighbors with problems that
from your building? Do you know money is being spent and also what
are often outside of usual
if someone from your association is is being done in the Village. Take
condominium business.
even going to vote? There are many note of who attends these meetings,
buildings that dont even vote! Dont Ed Black listen to what these people have to
say. Does what they say make sense
By carefully choosing candidates,
or making your preferences known
groan and complain after the fact if
not youre not happy with the votes Coventry Easthampton to you? to your UCO Delegate, you help keep
cast. Norwich Plymouth Let your Association delegate our Community strong. The time
Now next, its anticipated that our know how they should cast your that you put into this consideration
Sheffield Stratford
Broadband contract will be called vote in UCO elections. Actually, the is, in itself, an important community
Waltham service.
for a vote. The very same questions Associations should have a meeting
to discuss who they want to cast I thank you all for your support,
that I asked previously in this article Some time ago, a program was their vote for. and for allowing me the honor of
apply to this vote as well. Study the established a few years back that serving you.
facts and figures provided in this provides help for Associations that
edition of the UCO Reporter on the have delinquent units. Designed to
proposals being offered by Atlantic support a lower and refundable cost
Broadband and Comcast. Then

MEET OSCAR
for foreclosing on delinquent units,
speak your mind to your delegate. If WPRFs Asset Recovery Program
you dont then lump it if youre happy has, so far, helped nearly 30 CV
with the results Associations.
Voting on Century Village issues Board members can call me to
determines a good part of our lives. schedule an appointment to listen
Make sure youre a part of this to the presentation of this program.
process! Appointments can be made during
UCO hours or after hours as well. My
Cell # is 561-329-1410.
Security News: Recently we have
been impacted by new electric poles
being installed by Florida Power
and light. FP&L is installing much
stronger concrete poles to withstand
damaging winds and hopes to
experience less damage during
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Healthcare 110 Century Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 561-683-5012
COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER MARCH 2017
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
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10:30-11:30 Spanish Lessons w/ Patricia
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10:00am-11:45am Blood Pressure Check 9:00am-3:15pm Free Hearing checks, 10:30-11:30 Spanish Lessons w/ P. & T. 10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:45am
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Are You Smarter Than


Your Smart Phone ?
Join the Century Village Computer Club. We
have classes in phones, tablets, and computers
Lectures and classes every week on the
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Meets every
Contact us at cvccwpb@gmail.com
Monday at 7:00pm at the
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MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A7

Nominations ITS NO JOKE!


and Candidates for IT MAY BE APRIL FOOLS DAY
Election BUT THERES NOTHING TO
LAUGH ABOUT!
BY RUTH BERNHARD -DREISS
After anxiously waiting for weeks, Szepesi (Chatham). Concerned CV residents will march on
the Delegates meeting of February When Myron Solomon decided Saturday, April 1!
3 finally came the day that against running, that left 17 on the
nominations would be made from ballot.
the floor. Until then, there were just 9 Before nominations from the Keep the spirit of the recent Womens March alive!
candidates running for the Executive floor, there were two candidates Join us as we demonstrate our support for:
Board: Herb Finkelstein (Greenbrier), for Vice President to fill the two
Mike Rayber (Wellington), Mary open seats Stew Richland and
Justice Equality
Patrick (Golfs Edge), David Boas Bob Marshall. Nominations from
(Waltham), Louise Warner (Oxford), the floor brought two more: John Right of choice Equal pay for equal work
George Pittell (Chatham), George Gluszak and Olga Wolkenstein. Now Harassment free work place
Loewenstein (Hastings), Suzie Byrnes four candidates will be in a runoff.
(Stratford) and Phyllis Richland Unlike last years election for the ALL CENTURY VILLAGE RESIDENTS - AND THEIR
(Somerset). Executive Board, the number needed GUESTS - ARE URGED TO JOIN THIS NON-PARTISAN
With the passing of Jerry Karpf will not be elected by default. There
and Milton Cohen, and Stewart are enough candidates running for DEMONSTRATION .
Richland running for Vice President, office and therefore, some will be
enough candidates have to be eliminated by vote. Delegates need Light breakfast will be available in Clubhouse
elected to fill the open seats on the only to vote for whomever they wish,
20-member Board. as long as they do not exceed the
Party Room 9 a.m.
Nominations from the floor, number allowed for the seat. They
added 9 more making a runoff may vote for fewer than allowed, Walk around Century Village will begin at 10 a.m.
possible. They are: Ed Grossman but not more. That would invalidate Carry a sign! Walk a block! Walk a mile!
(Wellington), Murray Roter (Golfs the entire ballot which would
Edge), Myron Solomon (Camden), be discarded. After the election, Meet back at the Clubhouse at close of walk to
Eileen Pearlman (Camden), Marilyn President Israel, in accordance speak up and speak out.
Pomerantz (Chatham), Esther with UCO Bylaws has the option of
Sutofsky (Wellington), Gerry appointing up to 8 more members to
Sutofsky (Wellington), Marcia the Board.
Organized by concerned citizens and the United
Ziccardy (Chatham) and Carole Democratic Club of Century Village.
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UCO Delegate Assembly Minutes


F E B . 3 , 2 017
The meeting was called to order at are also using internet, and try not New Business
9:30 AM by President David Israel. to be scammed by telephone fraud.
Anita Buchanan, the chairperson Vice President (2): Stewart
PBSO, Captain Palenzuela, led NON Emergency Ph. 688-3400.
of the Nominating Committee for Richland, Bob Marshall
the delegate assembly in the Pledge Lt. Hill reported two attempted
the March Election is now taking
of Allegiance. burglaries, pry marks found, 5
nominations from the floor.
vehicle burglaries (all left unlocked),
Results of Nominations from Combined Totals, Bios and
and theft from Pickup trucks. Tax
Attendance season scams starting file your
the Floor and total numbers of Nominations from the Floor:
candidates.
David Israel - President taxes before scammers do. Be aware
Barbara Cornish - Vice President of phone scams calling for traffic Executive Board: 18, VP 4
Ed Black - Vice President ticket payment using gift cards. Nominations from the Floor
Fausto Fabbro - Vice President February 3, 2017 Thank You to all the nomination
Joy Vestal - Vice President committee for their hard work
Howard OBrien - Treasurer
Minutes
Executive Board (9):
John Hess - Record Sec. The minutes were accepted as Leo Delgado gave a presentation
Edward Grossman, Wellington
Bobbi Levin - Corresponding Sec. presented. of the proposals received from
Murray Roter, Golfs Edge
Comcast and Atlantic Broadband
Myron Solomon, Camden
This meeting is being videotaped for providing cable TV service to
by UCO, and recorded by Ed Attendance Eileen Pearlman, Camden
Century Village. The main points
Marilyn Pomerantz, Chatham
Grossman There are 181 delegates in are included in the packet and a copy
Esther Sutofsky, Wellington
attendance. Quorum met. of the presentation is being handed
Gerry Sutofsky, Wellington
out by CSI. The delegates area asked
Guests Carole Spezesi, Chatham
to diligently review these and consult
PBSO Captain Palenzuela, Lt. J. Treasurers Report Marcia Ziccardy, Chatham
with their fellow residents to come to a
Hill, and Leo Delgado, Bill Adams, The treasurer made his report , conclusion which proposal is wanted
and associates from CSI. Peyton being no correction, questions or Vice President (2): by them. A vote is scheduled for next
McArthur, Port of Palm Beach comments, the report was accepted meeting. The negotiations are and
John Gluszak, Salisbury
Commissioner and an assistant to as presented. will be ongoing, as we are looking
Olga Wolkenstein, North
Palm Beach County Mayor Paulette for the best possible contract. There
Hampton
Burdick, Mike Pratt from the were some lengthy and sometimes
Appraisers Office, and the I.G. of Presidents Report contentious discussions. CSI stayed
Palm Beach County, John Carey. The president brought attention Bios Previously Received: for any additional questions or
to Toxicity report on the Golf suggestion anyone may have.

PBSO course property which is included Executive Board (9):


in todays packet. He is awaiting a Herb Finkelstein, Mike Rayber,
Captain Palenzuela reported decision or ruling from the County Mary Patrick, David Boas, Louise Respectfully Submitted,
that traffic violations decreased Commissioners as to action will be Warner, George Pittell, George John Hess, Recording Secretary
with the Sheriff Department being taken, if any. Loewenstein, Suzie Byrnes, Phyllis
present. A reminder to lock your The Agenda has been changed to Richland
vehicles and be aware that hackers New Business

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Perpetuity yard with this ill-advised project
called Reflection Bay. Mr. Waldman,
WAKE UP EARLY
Much of Century Village's appeal
was the golf course, thus the legal
clause of "perpetuity," protecting the
I am sure, would not live there.
He lives in the country with open
space and clean air, free from any
MARCH 12
sprawl. He's willing to pave over your
golf course indefinitely. Yes, its that time again, Spring ahead, fall behind. We know
"paradise" but not his.
Mr. Waldman has two choices:
I urge all residents to support everyone in Century Village sets their clock ahead before
he can either restore the golf
course or leave it as open space. He
PRPC in their courageous effort to they go to bed. So whats wrong with that? Anyway enjoy
stop Reflection Bay. Hopefully, the the extra hour of sunshine. Its Daylight Saving Time.
cannot develop more sprawl for the
Federal courts will properly interpret
neighborhood, which will give us
"perpetuity."
more buildings, more blacktop, more
traffic and congestion.
Joseph Gustafson
What is amazing are the residents
who support polluting their back

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LEGAL
LEGAL TOOLS AT YOUR DISPOSAL TO
MAKE YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES AS A
BOARD MEMBER EASIER
BY MARK FRIEDMAN, ESQ.

I often find that there is an over- Unit owner audio and board by any unit owner desiring to of may adopt reasonable rules and
complication that some people seem videotaping meetings. The Florida utilize any audio or video equipment. regulations regarding the frequency
to believe goes hand-in-hand with Administrative Code provides that Requests for official records. The and manner of responding to unit
their responsibilities in operating any unit owner may tape record or association may adopt reasonable owner inquiries, one of which may be
a condominium. Most forget that videotape meetings of the board rules regarding the frequency, time, that the association is only obligated
the statute and administrative code of administration, committee location, notice, and manner of to respond to one written inquiry per
provide Boards with some basic tools meetings, or unit owner meetings, records inspections and copying. unit in any given 30-day period. In
to assist in day to day operations. subject to the following restrictions: The key to this type of rule is to such a case, any additional inquiry
This article will review some of those The only audio and video equipment ensure that the rule is reasonable and or inquiries must be responded to
tools. and devices which unit owners are permits access. There are a number in the subsequent 30-day period, or
Unit owner participation at authorized to utilize at any such of arbitration decisions dealing periods, as applicable. You may also
meetings. The Condominium Act meeting is equipment which does not with condominium associations limit the number of questions.
gives unit owners the right to attend produce distracting sound or light attempting to create rules that Use the tools at your disposal to
Board meetings and the right to emissions. The Administrative Code were too strict and unenforceable. help in operating the Association.
speak on any topic on the agenda. But also permits associations to adopt Therefore, I recommend that you
what do you do about the disruptive the following as a written rules in consult with your attorney before Mark D. Friedman is a shareholder in
owner? The association may adopt advance of the meeting: audio and finalizing such a rule. You can also the law firm of Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.
written reasonable rules governing video equipment shall be assembled charge a reasonable amount for This article is intended for educational
the frequency, duration, and manner and placed in position in advance of photocopies. That amount should purposes only and is not intended as
of unit owner statements. For the commencement of the meeting; be in the rule as well. a substitute for consulting with your
example, if you want to allow a unit anyone videotaping or recording a Written inquiries by unit owners. associations legal counsel. If you wish to
owner to speak for no longer than meeting shall not be permitted to On occasion you will have a unit contact Mr. Friedman he may be reached
three minutes on any topic on the move about the meeting room in owner send a list of questions to the at mfriedman@bplegal.com
agenda, the Board could create such order to facilitate the recording; Board. The Association can also
a rule as well other rules. advance notice shall be given to the control these inquiries. The board

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Interview with Leo Delgado


How CSI Associates was formed and how they have helped us
BY LANNY HOWE
Those who attended the February 3 the consumers, which included some answers:
Delegate Assembly saw a comparison very big customers, were getting short
on the big screen of contract proposals shrift and being trampled on. "The Q: What
by Comcast and Atlantic Broadband, unfairness of this really bothered are the most
and heard Leo Delgado explain the pros me," explains Leo. important
and cons of each. The following, from a So he took a daring step. He things to be CSI Owner Leo Delgado (2nd from left) and Associates
telephone interview with Leo while he was founded a new business, CSI sure are in a
on board a cruise ship to the Barbados, is Associatesthe first of its kind so far contract? communications companies, and
a short explanation of how he founded as he knowsthat functions as an A: The most important single they respect us.
Converged Services Inc (CSI), the first intermediary in negotiations between thing by far is ensured good customer
such business of its kind, enabling large- telecommunications companies and service. Q: On a lighter note realizing Leo
volume customers to deal with the giants "bulk" customers such as condo and was on a cruise: Are you incredibly
in the telecommunications industry. homeowner associations, hospitals, Q: Why do telecommunications busy all of the time or do you get
developers and student housing companies require such a long a break? Are you interested in any
"To begin the story, I earned my groups. contract, like ten years? sports?
B.S. in Accounting at the University "The telecommunications A: Because they actually lose A: I am very busy, but I have a
of Florida and then an MBA from industry is different," says Leo. money on average for the first four passion for and love what I do. Being
Nova Southeastern," says Leo. "In "Some big customers who have dealt and half years. Adding fiber and in the communications business,
1979 I began working for Broadcast with other major businesses think upgrading additional facilities goes of course (as you know!), I am
Westinghouse as Financial they can handle negotiations with on throughout the life of the contract, reachableeven on a cruise. I enjoy
Controller." telecommunications companies. but the upfront cost of getting cable watching baseball.
Then began a career, while gaining But they cannotor cannot do TO the home and installing the new
technical expertise in the burgeoning so successfullybecause the equipment initially can run $2000 Finally I said to Leo: This can be off
telecommunications field, of over communications field is not only very per home. the record, but how have you found
30 years of managingand later complicated but so fast-changing." dealing with our Cable Committee?
owningseveral larger and smaller CSI has now been in business for Q: What recourse does a bulk (Of course I didn't expect him to
cable systems in the U.S. and Puerto 20 years. Their headquarters is in customer have if the service becomes say he hated us!) His reply: "The
Rico. Leo eventually became general Fort Lauderdale and they have 12 unsatisfactory? Century Village Cable Committee
manager and regional manager for employees. Some of you who have A: We at CSI will intervene on the has been fantastic, just phenomenal.
one of the largest Cable Television attended UCO's Broadband-Cable customer's behalf. I don't get that everywhere I go. Your
systems in the world. meetings have met Bill Adams, an Committee members know their
But something gnawed at associate of Leo's. Bill has worked for Q: Even after the contract start stuff, and what they don't know they
Leo's gut. He was in the world of the company for 17 years. date? don't make out that they do know.
monopolistic businesses, where he I asked Leo some further A: Yes, definitely. We have Your 90-year-old Roy Roberts blows
knew from firsthand experience that questions, which follow with his a reputation among the me away."
MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A11

Take Two and Hit To Right

Around the Bases Sports of The


with CenturyVillage
Irwin Cohen Sam Milham
We said goodbye to some popular of frantic flailing around searching FOOTBALL: THE SUPER corner, the N.Y. Mets are going with
stars last season. for his mother, he rescued her and BOWL: the same team they had last season
David "Big Papi" Ortiz retired they made it to safety. Not only was except for Bartolo Colon. He won
Did you see it? Or did you go to
after a 20-year big league career. he a hero to the Cuban community, more games than any other starter
bed after that great performance
Stepping down from his role as but to everyone who appreciates a on the team the last two seasons and
of Lady Gaga? With the special
designated hitter of the Boston unique young man with a unique was a crowd favorite. Nevertheless
incentive of Roger God-dell in the
Red Sox, Ortiz had a great exit as talent who cared for others. they let him walk. Not a good move,
stands in Houston, first-ballot future
he hit .315 with 38 home runs and Later that same Sunday, Vin Jeff and Fred Wilpen. Other than for
Hall of Famer Tom Brady pulled off
127 runs batted in. Ortiz is a shoo- Scully called his last Dodgers home that, the Mets team that comes north
the greatest comeback in Super Bowl
in for the Hall of Fame based on his game. It had a Hollywood ending will certainly compete for first place
history. Down by 25 points with less
career batting average of .286 and a as Los Angeles won via a home in their division. It seems that any
than nine minutes left in the third
whopping 541 homers. run in the bottom of the ninth. I sports team needs to stay healthy to
quarter, Brady took control to lead
Prince Fielder, only 32, ended watched the happenings on the MLB win and have good backup players.
New England to the Super Bowl's
his career prematurely because of Network and was transfixed as the The Mets have that.
FIRST OVERTIME GAME.
herniated discs in his neck. Popular fans saluted Scully after the game. It The Yankees, in my mind, still
The Pats won 34-28, led by Brady
with fans and teammates, Prince was touching to hear the great Hall need a few more starters, but made
completing 43 of 63 passes with
loved to play and played hurt many of Fame broadcaster sing "Wind a few minor additions. Let's not
two touchdowns and great New
times missing only one game in the Beneath My Wings," to his wife, forget that they are in a rebuilding
England defense. It was a great game
five seasons prior to going to the Sandi. stage. Let's see what happens. They
to watchif you did not turn off
Texas Rangers in 2014. Fielder had The recording was made on a are in a tough division, especially
your set. Unlike last-year's winning
319 career home runs, the same karaoke machine and played over since Boston got Chris Sale, one of
quarterback, Peyton Manning, Brady
number his father, Cecil, had. Prince, Dodger Stadium's public address baseball's ten best hurlers. Baseball
has at least two years left in him.
though, had a .283 career average, 28 system. In my opinion, Vin Scully, will have many competing teams this
points higher than his father. could start a new career as a crooner. season. The Nats and Astros will be
I experienced all the emotions a Vin, who turned 89 in November, is BASEBALL: two of them. Opening day can't come
baseball-oriented person could feel some 18 years older than his wife. soon
on the third Sunday of September in The pair has been a married team The spring training season opens
2016. since 1973. at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches
The day started with the worst After watching the events from with the Astros hosting the Nationals GOLF:
news. Baseball's young superstar Dodger Stadium and the touching on Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Good
Tiger Woods did not make the cut
ambassador was killed in a boating tribute to the Scullys, I put away the newsthe first-ever CV bus to the
in his last tournament due to back
accident in Florida. Jose Fernandez Kleenex and focused on Team Israel ballpark is set up for March 23. The
problems.
had the greatest smile and personality and their game against Great Britain bus will hold 55 fans, will leave the
Oopsmy bad! Last issue I stated
in the game. The 24-year-old pitcher from the minor league home of the Clubhouse at 11:30 a.m. (so be there
that Jack Nicklaus won back-to-back
had a great future. He was a great Brooklyn Cyclones in Coney Island. at 11:00), and returns at 4:00 p.m.
Hondas in 1997 and 1998 when it
ticket-seller for the Miami Marlins as As you probably know, Team Israel I want to thank the Transportation
should have been 1977 and 1978.
fans came to watch him and came to won and will move on to the next Committee for voting for this, Joy
Till next month, folks. Take two
expect a great mound performance. round of the World Baseball Classic Vestal for a great presentation, and
and hit to the right!
He was very animated even when just in Seoul, Korea, next month. the 27 "guys and dolls" from the
sitting in the dugout cheering on his Camden pool for their support at the
Sam Milham hosts a Channel 63 Sports
teammates. He was the cheerleader. Eight players from the Team meeting. Sorry we didn't have enough
Show daily at 10:20 a.m. and 4:40 p.m., as
TV cameras focused on him and his Israel roster visited Israel last month. chairs for all of you. Enjoy the game.
well as a Computer Radio Show Monday
reactions to the goings-on. Besides the touring players, the Sorry, too, that I can't be there with
night at 5:00 p.m. on the WEI network.
Fernandez was pitching his way visitors included wives, parents, and you.
to the Hall of Fame. He struck out a a fiance. The squad visited famous With the regular season around the
whopping 253 batters in 182 and 1/3 sites and was followed most of the
innings in 2016. His best pitching time by a camera crew.
performance was his last against We'll get to see highlights of the
Washington as he struck out 12 in team and tour via a documentary
eight innings and only surrendered aptly titled, "Heading Home" which
three hits. His career home pitching will air in the future on the MLB
record was an amazing 29-2 with a (Major League Baseball) Television
1.49ERA. Network.
Cuban born, he tried to escape Author, columnist, public speaker
the oppressive Castro regime three Irwin Cohen headed a national baseball
times and failed. At 14, he spent publication for five years and had a
months in a Cuban prison. He tried supervisory position in the front office
escaping again and the choppy of a major league team earning a World
waters overturned the boat Jose and Series ring. He may be reached in his
his mother were on. After 15 minutes dugout at irdav@sbcglobal.net.
PAGE A12 | UCO REPORTER | MARCH 2017

TREASURER'S REPORT
CURRENT MONTH
2016 - 2017 YEAR TO DATE - THOUSANDS FEB. 2017
THOUSANDS
2016-2017 YTD YTD 11 Mos. YTD YTD 10 Mos. CURRENT
Annual Budget Actual Variance Actual MONTH
Budget 02/28/17 (Unfav.) 01/31/17 02/28/17
Expense:
Laundry $ 22 $ 20 $ 11 $ 9 $ 13 $ (2)
Reporter 96 88 89 (1) 80 9
Transportation 977 896 916 (20) 814 102
Security 1,415 1,297 1,160 137 1,135 25
Gen'l and Admin. 249 228 113 115 112 1
Ambulance 137 126 126 - 137 (11)
Howard OBrien Comcast 3,334 3,056 3,055 1 2,814 241
Reserves 700 641 641 - 583 58
TREASURER Millennium Legal Funding 50 46 46 - 42 4
At February 28, 2017 UCO has Irrigation 115 105 84 21 67 17
a cash position of approximately Maintenance 133 122 165 (43) 168 (3)
$3,246,000. Cash Surplus/Return to owners (200) (183)
- (183) - (167) (16)
-
For the eleven months of the Total Expense 7,028 6,442
- 6,223 219 5,798 425
-
2016-2017 Budget, Revenues were Revenues as per Below: 7,028 6,442 6,453 11 5,865 588
approximately $6,453,000 which is
Expenses in Excess of Revenue
$11,000 greater than the YTD Budget
(Unfavorable) $ - $ 230 $ 230 $ 67 $ 163
of $6,442,000.
Expenses for the same period were
about $6,223,000. The expenses were Revenue:
$219,000 less than Budget. Overall,
these variances produce a net Association Fees $ 6,868 6,296 $ 6,296 $ (0) $ 5,723 $ 573
Laundry 22 20 27 7 24 3
favorable variance of approximately
Reporter 96 88 100 12 90 10
$230,000 for the current budget year-
Rental Income 20 18 16 (2) 14 2
to-date 2016-2017.
Gate Passes 20 18 10 (8) 10 -
Expenses of February 2017 were
Transponder/Bar Code Sales,misc. 2 2 4 2 4 -
exceeded by revenues in the amount
of $163,000. This was caused by over Total $ 7,028 $ 6,442 $ 6,453 $ 11 $ 5,865 $ 588
accruals of expense in January and
continued savings in Security.

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United Civic Organization Sample Ballot


March 3, 2017
DO NOT FOLD

DO NOT FOLD
Vice President
Select no more than two (2)

fill in the oval to make selection

John Gluszak

Bob Marshall
DO NOT FOLD

DO NOT FOLD
Stewart Richland

Olga Wolkenstein

Executive Board
Select no more than twelve (12)
DO NOT FOLD

DO NOT FOLD
fill in the oval to make selection

David Boas Suzie Byrnes

Herb Finkelstein Ed Grossman

George Loewenstein Mary Patrick


DO NOT FOLD

DO NOT FOLD

Eileen Pearlman George Pittell

Marilyn Pomerantz Michael Rayber

Phyllis Richland Murray Roter

Esther Sutofsky Gerry Sutofsky


DO NOT FOLD

DO NOT FOLD

Carole Szepesi Louise Warner

Marcia Ziccardy

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YOUR BALLOT IS DISQUALIFIED
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VOTER GUIDE

UCO Vice President





John Gluszak
(Salisbury H)
Robert S. (Bob)
Marshall
(Coventry C)
Stewart Richland
(Somerset K)
Olga Wolkenstein
(Northampton R)


Education Century Village Resident 15 years -- 19 year resident of Century Village Education


HSG
Worked in Construction of tunnels building
them in NY.
full time

Education
Western Illinois University
Education
Masters Degree History, plus 60 additional
graduate credits
Washington Irving High School, New York City
Graduate, Berkshire Community College,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Youngest Supt. on some jobs. New York State University, Buffalo, N.Y.


Director of the union election for 18 years
Gold member of Local 147
UCO/CV Experience
Volunteer UCO/committees: Security, Finance,
Cable
UCO/CV Experience
Voting Delegate Somerset K; Member of the
Advisory Committee and Executive Board
Lee College, Houston, Texas

UCO/CV Experience

President, Northampton Association 15 years


UCO/CV Experience 2015-17; Bids Committee, Programs and
Vice President, UCO 2008-2013

Member of Board of Directors, Salisbury H


Association 2003 - present
President of Salisbury H 2008 - present
President Emeritus UCO 2006-2008
President UCO 2004-2006
President of Coventry C Association. (10 yrs)
Services, and Beautification Committee.
Contributor to UCO Reporter articles dealing
with history, culture and contemporary issues
Past Member of Executive Board, Bid
Committee, Finance Committee,
Programs and Services Committee


Year-Round Resident of CV

Accomplishment
Originated the petition to close the transpon-
der gate from 12 A.M to 6 A.M. for security
Career Experience
Capital Budget Committee for Town of Bourne,
MA:
Career Experience
4 Years United States Navy Korea 1951-1955
54 years as a Teacher: NYC School system,
Career Experience
Owned and operated a restaurant.


reasons. Los Angeles Unified school system, Palm Chef and Dining Room Manager at Brooklyn

Was on COMCAST Committee - got rep to talk Participated in budget planning for all Town Beach County school system- also taught College School of Performing Arts.
to instead of an 800# Departments English as a second language, Oldest active Indian Hill Campus
Prevented accidents by putting up barricades Finance Committee Town of Bourne teacher in Palm Beach County; retired Stockbridge, Massachusetts


along with Dr. Fernando Pieras; materials were Member of this committee for approximately November 2014. Participated in special
Built and renovated Homes

supplied by Salisbury H.

Contributions:
10 years, the last 5 as chair, $30 million budget
Town Assessor, Town of Stow, MA.:
Responsible for the accurate valuation of all
summer program in the Bronx working with
under privileged minority children age 4-12
Past Chancellor and Past Grand Master at Arms
Knights of Pythias.
Massachusetts Real Estate Brokers License
Inactive
Florida Real Estate Sales Associate License


Handed out Thanksgiving dinners to property and the issuance of all property tax
Inactive

homebound residents. bills. Elected position.


Retired U.S. Postal Service











MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A15

VOTER GUIDE

UCO Executive Board



David Boas
(Waltham C)
Suzie Byrnes
(Stratford A)
Herbert Finkelstein
(Greenbrier A)
Edward R Grossman
(Wellington A)
George Loewenstein
(Hastings A)


Full time resident of Century Village

Education
Hempfield High School
Year-round resident

Education
Graduated Christopher Columbus High School
I am a permanent resident of Century
Village, residing there for at least 9
months of the year.

Education
Residence in Century Village : 2007 to
present

Education
1960 - Graduated: Bernard Baruch School of
Year-round resident of Century Village

Education
City College of the University of the City of
New York BBA Degree 1957

York College of Pennsylvania

UCO/CV Experience
Board member of Waltham C Association,
residing since 201 3
UCO/CV Experience
Captain of COP Program -- 6 years
Member CERT
Building Association Secretary 4 years
Graduated Forest Hills High School - 1958
Graduated New York School of Printing - 1960

UCO/CV Experience
Business (City College of New York) B.B.A.
Certified Public Accountant: New York and
Florida
Member of American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants
Pace College Post Graduate courses in
Taxation

UCO/CV Experience

UCO Investigations UCO Executive Board Member Past president of United Civic Association of


Computer Club Secretary 4 years
Member of Finance Committee Century Village in West Palm Beach

UCO Committees: Programs & Services, Bids, Security Committee


Transportation, Advisory Member of Bid Committee UCO/CV Experience Past Treasurer of UCO
Programs & Services 2010: Board member and UCO delegate for
Member of Security Committee Current member of the UCO Executive Board
Clubhouse Usher Captain Wellington A Condo Assn.
Career Experience Member of Advisory Committee Started the CERT program in Century Village
UCO Reporter staff volunteer 2012 present: President of Wellington A


Seibert Inc. - Salesman of building materials Member of RFP Template Committee Member of the COP program and the Sheriff's
Condominium Association Inc. & delegate.

Brown Transmission and Bearing - Account Italian American Culture Club of Century Volunteer Emergency Response Team
Career Experience Founder and president of: The Century Village
Manager, Purchasing 23 years banking, NYC Village Messenger Club.
Kaman Industrial Technologies, York Pa. - Vice President 2013-Present Career Experience
Putnam Sheriffs Office as Dispatcher and Founder and publisher of: The CV Messenger Certified Public Accountant licensed in Florida
Operations Manager, Purchasing Director Corrections Officer Board Member (10 years) paper.


(1999) and New Jersey(1963)
Precise Building, LLC - Office Manager, Payroll Vice President Greenbrier A Association -- Sponsor of the only Century Village Memorial

2012, 2016 Retired partner in a 20-person accounting


and Receivables, Purchasing Community Service Day Celebrations. firm in New Jersey
Volunteer for Food Pantry Holy Name of Member of the American Institute of Certified
Past & Present Civic and Social Associations Jesus Church 6 years Career Experience Career Experience Public Accountants
Manor Ridge Lions Club Post Office 22 years -- Letter carrier in Fort Co-Publisher of three (3) weekly local Long


Lauderdale. Member of The Florida Institute of Certified of
Island newspapers.

Wheatland Sertoma Club Public Accountants (served on county chapter


Columbia-Middletown Elks Club Rockower Brothers District Sales Manager Chief financial officer of a jointly held Merrill Board of Directors)
15 years Lynch Inc. and Kay Corporation both public
Lancaster Commercial Travelers Assoc. Member of the New Jersey Society of Certified
Mens clothing and accessories for Woolco and well-known companies. Managed over Public Accountants (President of County
Prince Athletic Assoc. Department Stores. $50,000,000 in credit lines and over 1,000


Susquehanna Valley Chapter PA Sports Hall of Chapter 2000-2001)
Show Business Manager of Acts, Agent for employees worldwide.

Fame Musical Acts President of a national wall covering Volunteer Activities


Director for Musicals 30 years manufacturer.
Past president of Congregation Aitz Chaim in
Principal of my own auditing firm for over 20 West Palm Beach
years and I am still active.

Mary Patrick
(Golf Edge 7)
Eileen J. Pearlman
(Camden J)
George R. Pittell
(Chatham D)
Marilyn Pomerantz
(Chatham C)
Murray Roter
(21 Golfs Edge)



Resident of Century Village, residing at
least 9 months of the year.
Year-round resident of Century Village Full Time Resident of CV Unit owner for 41 years living in CV
permanently for the last 24 years.
Year-Round resident Golfs Edge


Education Education Education

Education High School Graduate James Madison H.S., Brooklyn, NY Education Graduate of High School of Music and Art,
Graduate Gratz College, Elkins Park, PA B.S. NYU School of Commerce Central Commerce High School, Hamilton, New York City
UCO/CV Experience Ontario Canada Graduate of Columbia University with BS
UCO/CV Experience Live in CV since 1994. Building President since UCO/CV Experience Degree


Past Elected to Executive Board of Golf's Edge 1996 -- still hold that position. CV Resident 12yrs UCO/CV Experience Graduate of Pohs Institute with completion of

Past Elected Treasurer to Golf's Edge UCO Delegate. Chatham D Association Board Member and Century Village Messenger Newspaper, Insurance Broker test
Board Elected President of Golf's Edge Served on Library Committee 4 years. Delegate Distribution 3 years Graduate of American College of Life
Association 5 times over the years Was one of the initiators of the Community Chatham D Association Past Secretary UCO Reporter Associate Editor 3 years Underwriters with CLU Degree
Office Manager-UCO Reporter Relations Committee that started the Party Chatham D Association Current President UCO Reporter Classified Advertising setup,


Secretary to UCO Presidents: Vivian Walsh, for the Residents of 100 years of age and Organizational News 3 years UCO/CV Experience

Member UCO Executive Board


Bob Marshall, George older. An active member until 2010. UCO Reporter Advertising Manager 3 months Treasurer of Golfs Edge Association -- over 6
Member UCO Programs and Services years
Lowenstein & David Israel-10 years with UCO Committee UCO Corresponding Secretary 2 years
UCO Executive Board for several years Career Experience UCO Board Member 2 years
Member UCO Advisory Board Career Experience
Worked for Federal Government (1956). UCO Overseer and Chairperson for Program &

Career Experience
Vice-President Cong. Anshei Sholom
Supervised approximately 20 people in the
Finance Dept.
Worked in Contracts Dept. as Supervisor
training personnel and assigning work.
Transferred to Florida in 1985 -- continued to
Career Experience
NYC Dept. of Probation 26yrs Supervisor
Made sentence recommendations to judges
for persons convicted of crimes.
Services 2 years
UCO Receptionist 1 year
President, Chatham C 12 years
Vice President, Chatham C 1 year
Insurance Broker and Life Underwriter -- over
50 years
Associate of the firm of Bradley & Parker --
over 20 years
Member of Million Dollar Round Table -- 2


work in the Contracts Dept. at Pratt & Supervised 5-7 Probation Officers with Board Member, Chatham C 3 years & Alt. years

Whitney Aircraft Company. hundreds of cases each. Delegate from Chatham C


Contract Administrator handling Millions of
Dollars of Federal Contracts for the manufac- Career Experience
ture of the F-16 Aircraft Engine. Supervised Property Management, Toronto, Ontario


14-20 people. Canada 30 years

Bank Leumi, Toronto, Ontario Canada 5 years


Department of Transportation, Florida
Turnpike 6 years
Center for Bone & Joint Surgery, Florida 4


years
PAGE A16 | UCO REPORTER | MARCH 2017

VOTER GUIDE

UCO Executive Board




Michael Rayber
(Wellington K)
Phyllis Richland
(Somerset K)
Carole Szepesi
(Chatham G)
Esther Sutofsky
(Wellington E)
Gerry Sutofsky
(Wellington E)



Third generation resident of Century
Village, residing here for over 13 years, full
time minimum 9 months per year.
20-year resident of Century Village

Education
Year- round resident of Century Village.

Education
Bought in June 1998, permanent year-
round resident as of June 30, 2003 my
only home
Bought June 1998, permanent residency as
of June 30, 2003.
Education


High School Graduate Point Pleasant Beach High School, NJ
Education Education


Ocean County College, NJ Masters Degree in Education and half of
College, Nassau Community LI, NY UCO/CV Experience Rutgers University Thru to Post Graduate Doctoral level Administration Degree
V.P of UCO for many years. Served under 5 Supervision and Administration degree
UCO/CV Experience administrations. UCO/CV Experience UCO/CV Experience


Current President, Wellington K Served on the following committees: President Chatham G 2005-2014 UCO/CV Experience Association board member as of 2003,


Co-Chair Health and Safety Committee Advisory, Officers, Operations, Insurance, Co-President Chatham G 2015 Worked with board of Wellington E President for 10 years;
Member UCO Security Committee Executive Board and one of the founding Chatham G Board Member 2016 Served as UCO delegate/alternate delegate for Vice President, President and President
Member UCO Executive Board members of CERT. four years. Emeritus of Congregation Aitz Chaim for 11
Two terms Executive Board years.
Volunteer UCO Office Chaired the Lift Committee for many years; Run a blog with observations and criticisms of
President CV Computer Club 6 years Board certificate, attended conventions re


Chaired a monthly President-Resident the Village and its operation.
Resident expert on health matters Instructor for CV Computer Club 10 years


meeting in the party room in which all were Initiated the Century Village March for HOA business. Negotiated many contracts for
Former Health column writer for UCO Reporter invited to speak and get information my building without extra costs to residents.
Career Experience Women with a committee to make it a
Current EMT, Retired area field operations regarding their associations; Organized the reality.
Supervisor for AMR ambulance original health fairs in Century Village; Signal School, Fort Monmouth Career Experience
Organized, along with the state of Florida, the Supervisor, Radar Division, Ft. Monmouth Board of Education NYC


ability for the people of Century Village the Career Experience
Career Experience Music Teacher

availability to get food stamps and credits on Teacher to Administrator and Principal from Teacher, Dean, Principal from age 21 thru
General Manager Sam Ash Music Stores Medical Assistant age nineteen until approximately 2005 as retirement.
their Florida Power and Light bills.
Management Consultant East Coast Director, Student Exchange education consultant.
Currently a member of the Fire Rescue
Owner Breslers Ice Cream Palm Beach Mall Advisory Board for Palm Beach County where Program (American Education Connection) Supervised, negotiated contracts, budgeted,


I serve proudly in my second three-year term. Retired from State of NJ, Welfare Director planned for future as well as present needs.


The well-being of the people in the Village
has always meant a great deal to me. Its very
important to me and to the Village to have a
relevant voice on the Executive Board and I


would like to be that voice.

Career Experience
V.P. of a construction company in New York
-- my bio was written up for two consecutive


years in Dunn and Bradstreet.

Louise Warner
(Oxford 200)
Marcia Ziccardy
(Chatham R)



I reside in Century Village for the past 13 Education

years, at least 9 months each year.


Graduated Lincoln High School

Education
Bachelors and Masters degrees from the State
University of New York at Albany, majoring in
English Education.
UCO/CV Experience
UCO Vice President 2 yrs.
Investigations 9 yrs.


Gate Passes 4 yrs.

UCO/CV Experience Served on Executive Board


Resident of Oxford 200, Century Village since Chaired CERT & Beautification Committees
2003. Board secretary for several terms. This Served on Advisory, Transportation, Programs
past year, secretary for Oxford Colony Club. & Services, beautification


This past year a UCO volunteer. Two volunteer Former president of Chatham R 6 yrs.

jobs: giving out visitor passes and vehicle


decals.
Reporting streetlight outages and helping
with FPL communications.
Responsible for re-starting Chatham
Federation 16 yrs. ago
President of Chatham Federation


Career Experience

Career Experience
Retired from several companies, including
almost ten years at Florida Power and Light in
the Marketing Department.
2 yrs. New York State Tax & Finance
18 yrs. State University of New York
- Downstate Medical Center - Accounts
receivable for the dormitory buildings &


Worked for GE Medical Systems, as the MRI nurses residence and related work in the

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Marketing Manager for Latin American Bursar's office
Division.
Held positions in journalism, teaching of
English as a second language, market

7:30 9:30AM
research and consulting, and co-author of
three novels.


MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A17

Century Village Class Schedule


All classes are NOT final, and are subject to change. SIGN UP IN THE TICKET OFFICE.
M O N DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Beginning Bridge *** ITS BACK*** 03/06/17 10am-12PM $15 4 Card A
Circle Dancing ***New Class TBA 11:30am-1pm $20 4 Art
Duplicate Bridge ***ITS BACK*** 03/06/17 6:30-10pm $5 4 Art
How to make the most of your singing voice*** new class TBA 11am-12pm $20 **** 4 Music A
Jewish Insights: Its a Jewish Thing TBA 10-11:30am $36 3 Class A
Memoir Writing (Private Class) 03/6/17 1:30-3pm $5 4 Craft
Electronic Keyboard 3/6/17 2pm-3pm $20 4 Music A
Paper Beading Class 3/06/17 10-11:30am $20 4 Craft
Stained Glass for Beginners - Mondays 03/06/17 1:00-3pm $20 4 Stained
Current Events Flash Point ***New Class 03/06/17 1:00-3pm $12 4 Class A

T U E S DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Bridge Fundamentals Part 2 03/07/17 10am-12pm $25 5 Card A
Ceramics (Tuesday & Friday Morning) Ongoing 9am-11am $36 **** 6 Ceramic
Mah-Jong Class 3/07/17 1:30-3:30pm $20 4 Card B
Mah Jong Continuing 3/07/17 1:30-3:30 $10 4 Card B
Tap Dance for Beginners or Intermediate Ongoing 11am-noon $24 4 Party
Zumba Gold ** New Time!!! Ongoing 11:15pm-12:15pm $32 4 FItness
Peace Lecture - English Ongoing 6:30-7:30pm FREE 4 Class A
Peace Lecture - French Ongoing 7:45-8:45pm FREE 4 Class A
Alternate Health for Seniors *** NEW CLASS*** 03/07/17 6:30pm-9pm $5 4 Class B

W E D N E S DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Latin Rhythm Dance TBA 10am-11am $20 4 Art
Lecture Series with Myrna 03/08/17 10:30pm-12pm $25 6 Meeting C
Supervised Bridge ***New Class Ongoing 10am-12pm $30 6 Card A
English Lessons ***New Instructor TBA 11am-12:30pm $24 4 Card B
Piano Lessons ***New Class TBA 11:30am-12:30pm $24 4 Music B
Ballroom Dancing Lessons 3/01/17 4:00-5pm $25 4 Art
Ballroom Dancing Intermediate 3/01/17 5pm-6pm $25 4 Art
Stained Glass for Beginners - Wednesday 03/08/17 6-8pm $20 4 Stained Glass

T H U R S DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Supervised Bridge Ongoing 10am-12pm $30 6 Card A
Painting Workshop 3/02/17 9:30-11:30am $20 **** 4 Art
Stained Glass Advanced 3/02/17 1:00-3:00pm $25 5 Stained Glass
Tai Chi - Qigong 3/02/17 11am-12pm $20 **** 4 Fitness
French Lessons - Beginners 03/16/17 3pm-4pm $36 6 Class B
French Lessons - Intermediate/Advanced 03/16/17 4:30pm-6pm $36 6 Class B
Ceramics (Thursday Evening) ongoing 6:30pm-8:30pm $36 **** 6 Ceramic
Yiddish Conversational 03/02/17 10-11am $7 6 Class A

F R I DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Ceramics (Tuesdays & Fridays) ongoing 9am-11am $36 **** 6 Ceramics
Canasta for Beginners TBA 1:30-3:30pm $20 4 Card B
Collage Art Class ***New Class ongoing 1:30-2:30pm $20 **** 4 Art
Assemblage Art Class ongoing 2:30-3:30pm $24 **** 4 Art

ANY TIME
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Basic Ballroom Private InstructionSingle By Appt. By Appt. $40 4 Art Room
Basic Ballroom Private InstructionCouple By Appt. By Appt. $75 4 Art Room
Piano Lessons Private Instruction1 session By Appt. By Appt. $25 4 Music B
Piano Lessons Private Instruction4 sessions By Appt. By Appt. $100 4 Music B

HAVE A NEW CLASS IDEA? INTERESTED IN TEACHING HERE AT CENTURY VILLAGE? CALL JENNIFER IN THE CLASS OFFICE OR STOP IN TO DISCUSS.
PAGE A18 | UCO REPORTER | MARCH 2017

The On-Site Century Village Specialists


SALE LISTINGS SALE LISTINGS
Windsor R.............. 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $25,000 Sheffield G............ 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $62,000
Chatham P ........... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $32,000 Coventry D ........... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $62,000
Berkshire J ............ 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $32,900 Chatham D .......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $65,000
Windsor P.............. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $34,900 Windsor G............. 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $65,000
Dorchester H ........ 1 BR / 1 BA ................ Waterfront ............ $35,000 Wellington M ........ 2 BR / 2 BA ................ Waterfront ............ $68,000
Northampton L..... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $35,000 Andover F............. 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $69,000
Salisbury C ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $37,500 Coventry J............ 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $72,000
Salisbury I ............. 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $38,000 Somerset E ........... 2 BR / 2 BA ............................................... $95,900
Sussex G ............... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $38,500 Wellington C ........ 2 BR / 2 BA.................Waterfront ............ $99,000
Easthampton G ... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $39,000 Wellington M ........ 2 BR / 2 BA.................Waterfront ..........$105,000
Norwich H............. 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $39,500 Greenbrier A ........ 2 BR / 2 BA .............................................$129,900
Coventry C........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $39,900 Wellington L.......... 2 BR / 2 BA .............................................$169,900
Chatham J ........... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $39,900
SouthamptonB ..... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $39,900
Sussex M............... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $40,000 RENTAL LISTINGS
Windsor G............. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $40,000
Andover E ............ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $42,000 Norwich B .............1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $800
Waltham H ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $43,900 Kent F ....................1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $800
Waltham H ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $43,900 Camden N ...........1 BR / 1 BA .................................................... $825
Canterbury A ....... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $45,000 Canterbury C .......1 BR / 1 BA .................................................... $850
Norwich A ............ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $45,000 Canterbury A .......1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $850
Berkshire I............. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $46,000 Waltham G ...........1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $950
Camden N ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $46,000 Easthampton C....1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $950
Southampton A ... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $48,000 Stratford I ..............1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $975
Dorchester H ........ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $48,000 Windsor A .............1 BR / 1 BA ................................................. $1,350
Bedford J .............. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $49,900 Northampton C ...1 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,400
Wellington M ........ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $75,000 Hastings F .............1 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,450
Wellington C ........ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $80,000 Waltham G ...........1 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,450
Easthampton F ..... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $49,900 Andover H ............2 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $925
Northampton J .... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $49,900 HastingsB ..............2 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $950
Chatham K........... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $49,999 Coventry A ...........2 ...2 .....0 ....................................................... $995
Canterbury D ....... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $53,500 Coventry H ...........2 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,000
Northampton D.... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $54,995 Windsor I...............2 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,600
Waltham H ........... 2 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $58,900
Andover L ............. 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $59,500

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TOLL-FREE 800.654.2832 561.471.9677
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Ben G. Schachter, Licensed Real Estate Broker
MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A19

The On-Site Century Village Specialists


Agents at Century Village Real Estate are thoroughly familiar with the policies and procedures of buying, selling and renting
within the Century Village Community. We do our best to protect the ideals of its residents, strive for smooth, professional
transactions, and consistently sell properties faster and for higher sales prices than any other agents working in the
Community. Stop by to meet some of our new, friendly faces.

TESTIMONIALS What our customers say:

- Highly likely to recommend


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Very professional, and knowledgeable about the market, pleasure doing business with him.
My agent went out of his way to accommodate this sale and help facilitate the move out of
Joan Deluca Century Village. He got the job done! - D.K.* Ann V. Kilpatrick

- Highly likely to recommend


Sold a Single Family home in 2015 for approximately $25,000 in West Palm Beach, FL.
He helped sell my condo for the price we discussed and delivered, would use him again. The
condo had a lot of restrictions making it hard to sell. He got a buyer and got them through the
condo boards. - B.C.*
Cynthia Brown Williams Gustavo Martinez

- Highly likely to recommend


Rented a condo home in 2014 in West Palm Beach, FL.
My Agent was a life saver in a long distance transaction. Her communication, attention to
detail and just plain caring made the impossible happen. A MILLION thanks! - L.A.*

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Bought a Condo home in 2014 for approximately $50,000 in West Palm Beach, FL.
My agent helped me find and buy my Florida residence. She was most helpful explaining and
answering all my questions and concerns. She was always available to show me listing and
helped gain access to all homes I wanted to see. I wouldnt hesitate to use my agent, both
buying and selling. I have recommended her to others who have been very pleased. - G.G.*
Ewart E Speer Gladys Meneses

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Bought a condo home in 2015 for approximately $30,000 in West Palm beach, FL.
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TOLL-FREE 800.654.2832 561.471.9677
www.CenturyVillage.com
Century Village Real Estate, Inc.
is a division of The *Listings available at time of publication
Ben G. Schachter, Licensed Real Estate Broker
PAGE A20 | UCO REPORTER | MARCH 2017

future alcoholism. First love, first


sex, first drink; for young Eugene it
was a summer he would never forget.
But Bill, at 21, soon leaves the girl
to Eugene, and grows increasingly
concerned that she is bad news. FRIENDS
Eugene moves farther and farther
away from his brother, the cautious
and dutiful Bill. This sets up the
OF BILL
age-old sibling rivalry between the
brothers.
Forty-six years later, Eugene is a
WILSON
washed-up alcoholic who has lost
everything and is slowly drinking CLOSED
himself to death. He nearly killed MEETINGS
his daughter while driving drunk.
The relationship between the two
brothers is turbulent, and the once
EVERY THURSDAY
close brothers now lead completely
This is a short novel, but Rash different lives. Bill is a successful 7:00-8:00PM
seems to be very skilled at packing surgeon, while Eugene who was
a lot into a few words. It is a going to be a writer, is an alcoholic
who lives off of his inheritance.
IN THE CRAFT ROOM
powerful story of two brothers and
how the choices they made early in When a shocking reminder of the
past unexpectedly surfaces, Eugene
SPEAKER/
their teens lead them down vastly
is plunged back into that fateful
different paths. It is written with
an alternating timeline structure as summer and is determined to find DISCUSSION
The each chapter goes from 1969 to the out what happened.
present, and it works very well.
It was the summer of '69 and the
Rash skillfully weaves the plot
around events nearly half a century MEETINGS

Readers
Matney brothers met the mysterious apart. It is the unsolved past that pulls
Ligeia for the first time. Ligeia us through this story. It suggests that
nobody gets away with anything for
FOR INFORMATION
wants nothing more than to go live
long. The story was a bit depressing CALL
Corner
on a commune and do drugs all the
time. It is also a poignant moment to me but also suspenseful. Its dark
in lots of ways as it is about addiction,
when 16-year-old Eugene is first
introduced to alcohol by his older abandonment, and manipulation, 561-420-6197
brother at Ligeia's suggestion, and but I highly recommended it.
BY LENORE VELCOFF immediately enjoys it, portending his

Nortons International Art Jewelry Exhibition


and Sale BIJOUX! is Set for March
BY BOBBI LEVIN
The Norton Museum of Art from geography to philosophy to
presents the sixth edition of politics.
BIJOUX!, an international art Tours will be led by Independent
jewelry exhibition and fundraiser Curator Davira S. Taragin at 3 p.m.
that offers the chance to purchase each day.
unique art jewelry from its creators. The Norton is located at 1451 S.
Once again, about 40 artists from Olive Ave. in West Palm Beach, FL.,
some dozen countries, including and during construction through
Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, the December 2018 is open Tuesday,
Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey, and Wednesday, Friday, Saturday,
the U.S. will be represented. and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. and
Thursday, noon to 9 p.m., and is free
BIJOUX! runs Thursday, March 2 to the public. The Museum is closed
through Sunday, March 5, 2017. on Mondays and major holidays.
For additional information, please call
The participating artists work in (561) 832-5196, or visit www.norton.org.
a variety of media, including gold,
silver, porcelain, terracotta, acrylic,
glass, iron, steel, diamonds,
and other materials.
Designs range from
conservative to avant-
garde. Proceeds from
the four-day-long
event benefit the
Museums education
and public programs.
The artists come
from an array of cultures
and environments and
are inspired by everything
MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A21

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PAGE A22 | UCO REPORTER | MARCH 2017

SERVICES
WPRF NEWS Safety collected go to paying salaries and
phone and rental expenses. So my
BY E VA R ACHESK Y By George Franklin suggestion is to either hang up the
Hi folks. I phone when such a solicitation is
work to be done. hope everyone received or tell the caller to mail you
2)
Platinum Security contract: is enjoying the information. Trust me, though, the
WPRF requested that the great seasonal latter will never happen!
Clubhouse Security Guards weather we have Now if anyone would like to make
(Main and Hastings) be split been having. It a donation to the Palm Beach County
from UCOs contract and put on certainly beats Police Benevolent Association (PBA),
a separate contract under WPRF. the winter the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP)
This change added an additional blizzards and West Palm Beach Lodge # 2, the
$453,000 to the WPRF budget. temperatures across the nation! Florida Highway Patrol Troopers
3) The Reserve Account: A reserve At a recent club gathering where I Assn., or the Palm Beach County
account for WPRF had been spoke, the subject of scams came up. Fire Fighters Union, just contact me
Dear Residents, implemented with the 2014-15 After a lengthy discussion, one of the and I will explain how to do it so that
There continues to be questions budget in the amount of $1 per persons present gave me a website to these organizations receive 100% of
asked as to why the $10.31 increase to unit per month for a total of check to see if a charity is legitimate your donation.
this years WPRF coupon and, what $94,248 per year. It was agreed or not. I have looked at the website, Don't be taken advantage of. I
exactly, is the reason for such a large upon by UCO and WPRF that an CHARITYNAVIGATOR.ORG., and would like to thank the lady whose
increase. The answer is comprised increase to the Reserve account it is very up to date and interesting. name I don't have for the above
of 3 main components that make up was necessary so the dollar I have always cautioned in my website information. Remember, if
the increase and they are as follows: amount would build at a faster articles about giving to groups that you are NOT SURE, DO NOT GIVE!
1) The Cooling Tower project: The rate. The agreed upon increase contact you, and not vice versa. Please Once you give, you will be put on the
towers are a main component was an additional $2 bringing don't be fooled by persons calling "sucker list" that every scam artist
of the AC system for the Main the total to $3 a month. This will you and requesting donations. Now will get with your information! You
Clubhouse and have outlived add $23,562 per month or a yearly some are legit, but as a member of will then be badgered with all kinds
their usefulness. Should they total of $282,744 to the Reserve. two law enforcement organizational of phone calls!
fail before they are replaced, the The Reserve Account insures that unions, I can tell you that so-called Remember: Outsmart the
clubhouse would have to shut money is in place for the larger "boiler rooms" are sometimes used "smarties." Please feel free to call
down. Towers such as these are projects in the future and that to make fund raising calls, and in me at UCO (683-9189), and I will be
made to specification and will large increases such as this years these cases only about five percent
take months to arrive. While 5 glad to sit and discuss any issues or
will not be necessary in the future. (5%) of the funds collected actually concerns you have. Until next time,
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SERVICES
A GUIDE TO MID-SEASON MAINTENANCE Dos and Donts
Maintenance the likes of Terminix, Hewlett, Orkin,
etc., generally have a sign-in sheet to
to make room for more dining and
creating a tell-tale pile on the floor
OUTDOOR IMPROVEMENTS:
Having enjoyed barbequing back north,
By Dom Guarnagia notify their pest control person that that is the same color as the wood many wish to repeat the experience and
tiny ants Commonly called No See consumed, such as beige for pine and involve neighbors in the back of your
There are ems and red ants that bite with both brown for mahogany. Caveat! If it is association where the lawn currently
more tasks that a stinging sensation but also inject mahogany, theyre dining on your resides. Installing both a patio, a
come to mind formic acid into that bite defending furniture. This requires you to seek grille and outdoor furniture may very
for all of us to the colony and pesky silver fish in the an exterminator to treat your condo to well require obtaining information
perform to both Bathroom, needing to be eradicated. rid it of the pests. regarding the location of underground
save money, that TERMITES: More dangerous than PALMS AND OTHER TREES: utilities such as Electricity, Water,
would otherwise ants that seek sugar consist of two Generally, tree trimming occurs in late both potable and irrigation; Cable and
be paid to basic varieties. Subterranean Termites spring with a Tree Trimming Service Telephone. Different-color small flags
repairmen, or dine on damp wood accessed by mud whose sole purpose is to open the representing the location of the various
prolong the life of our everyday tunnels that may be noticed and canopy by thinning the suckers, dead utilities, will be placed in the vicinity
belongings and the dwelling that we destroyed on the stucco sidewall of your limbs and those that tend to capture of the proposed Patio. The Contractor
occupy. Living in a sub-tropical climate building. This species live in darkness, wind and endanger your structure. must remove the sod, dig down 8
presents a different and diverse set of are white in color (they have no Century Village has many of the finest and backfill with a combination of
conditions to which our homes are pigment since they live underground. specimen trees in the County and they stone dust and sand to a height of 2
subjected as well as something that They return to the earth consuming are protected by our County Officials. below finish grade, The thickness of
could increase the comradery within water and return to continue unseen George Galle, Certified Arborist and the patio blocks. Patio blocks that can
your association. The following are a damage. The other type is the Dry Landscape Inspector tries to prevent be removed later to access the area
few things to consider. Wood Termite that flies in a swarm the felling of trees by advising how below in any desirable pattern and
CRAWLING AND FLYING to a location, drops their wings and to keep the tree at the same time color should be a group decision. The
INSECTS: Winter in Florida, the dry attacks wood under the painted as eliminating or at least reducing grille, if utilizing a tank containing
season with minimal rainfall as well surface, chewing and excreting as they potential damages through careful Propane, cannot be stored closer than
as shrinking bodies of water around move along consuming anything that and monitored pruning and using ten (10) FT. from the closest part of
our Village. Varieties of ants seeking contains cellulose, i.e., dry wood, of safe methods to install root barriers to the building. Good fences make good
water, otherwise plentiful in summer, course, the paper backside of Drywall end root uplift while keeping the tree neighbors and patios make good
become household nuisances and and making a small hole through healthy. friends.
associations that have contracts with the paint, dumping their tailings out

HONOR
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TAKES OFF
MAY 20
Theres not much time
left so if you havent
written your check for
the Honor Flight you had
better get busy. So far we
have seven vets signed
up, four served in WWII.
Arent we fortunate here
in the Village to have these
brave people still among
us.

So Please Century
Village Residents dig in and
find a few dollars to give
these vets a day that they
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There are donation


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Vinnie Lee
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The End of an Era


BY STEW RICHLAND
On May 1, the Ringling Brothers Elephant show of so many children, when they
will end. The Elephants will be retired to a farm went to the movies on Saturday
in south Florida, and will be closed to the public. with all their friends while their
The Elephant show was always billed as the main parents took a breather from
attraction. Millions of children had viewed the having them underfoot.
trained giants doing their walk-abouts in the The Circus has been under
center of the main ring. Children screamed with attack by the animal rights
excitement when the Elephants reached with their groups and several animal rights
long noses and curled it around the Elephants tail groups repeatedly criticized, In this photo a blind child in Chicago sits on the back of an kneeling
in front of them. picketed and sued the Ringling Elephant from the Ringling Bros. Circus in 1917. Can you just imagine
How many millions of families in small town Bros. for its treatment of the the thrill this was for the child?
America, were drawn to Main street to see the animals. In 2011, the circus was
parade of animals being led down the center of fined $270,000 by the USDA for the waste bins into the bag that my father held,
town to the beat of the Circus band. Children violations of the Animal Welfare Act. Under this filling it up and then he would rush back to the
were awed by these 18 foot giants, being led by their kind of pressure, Ringling Bros. made the decision car to deposit this great gift into the trunk of the
handlers and sitting on a seats nestled behind huge to retire these wonderful animals and let them live car. On one occasion, people who were new at this
flapping ears were beautifully costumed trapeze out their lives in retirement in sunny Florida. game and were not equipped with shovels, actually
artists or bare back riders waving to the crowds. I am sure that we all have our elephant stories begged me to shovel the manure into the bags they
What a sight it must have been for all those people and I would like to share two of mine with you. carried. I did, and with such gusto that I not only
living in isolated rural sections of our country. It was on a cold winter day that I went with my filled up their bags but also covered their clothes
For those who did not live in or near a city that father to the Brooklyn Zoo. I wore woolen gloves with the prize they were so anxious to take home.
had a zoo, were deprived of the opportunity to see to keep my hands warm. I remember standing Every time I dumped a shovel full on their shoes
live what they only read about, or found in coloring by the guard rail of the Elephant enclosure with or pants, I said I was sorry, they replied, thats
books. When Disney produced DUMBO in 1941 some peanuts in my outstretched hand hoping to OK just keep on shoveling. Every manure hunter
about a baby elephant made fun of because of his entice an elephant to take the offering. Quickly always knew when he scoped a prized specimen
enormous ears, a young circus elephant is assisted I was rewarded. Reaching out for the peanuts from an Elephant because the lump was just
by a mouse to achieve his full potential. The Jungle the Elephant deftly took my offering and with slightly smaller than a football. Some where in my
Book, 1947, is a story about a boy Mogli who flees the slight of nose as graceful as any pickpocket, file of family photos I have a picture of my father
into the Jungle to escape the wrath of a tiger, and is he snatched the glove right off my hand and with a bag of manure being interviewed by a Daily
protected by his friends the elephants. Tarzan, the sauntered away with his prize. News reporter. I know many of my readers have
King of Jungle also brought elephants into the lives When ever the Circus would come to town, they fond memories of doing something with their
would advertise in the local papers fathers, but I wonder how many of you have that
that on certain days, gardeners were special memory of shoveling sh.t into a bag being
welcome to take the days manure held by your father.
collection produced by the circus
animals. They also provided large Just a post script to the article. The Ringling,
plastic bags with the circus logo for Barnum and Bailey announced just recently that
all the amateur gardeners. My father the Greatest Show On Earth has come to an end.
and I never missed this opportunity The reason the management provided was that the
to acquire this great source of food animal rights groups were harassing and suing
for out vegetable gardens. My the company. However, I believe that the costs
father and I would arrive early, so of running the circus made it unprofitable and
we could load up on this Brown with the rise in popularity of social media, this
Gold. We had shovels and extra generation would rather sit with their cell phones
heavy duty garden bags if the circus and text or look at U-Tube than enjoy the "Greatest
Just look at the faces of the children and their parents when this did not supply their own bags. I can Show on Earth." Just another sad commentary on
Elephant reaches its snout and begins to explore the little ones in remember shoveling rapidly from the Passing Parade.
the audience.

Curtain Coming Down on Ringling Bros. Circus


BY RUTH BERNHARD -DREISS
Ringling Bros. Circus is folding its on a conservation farm in Central the combined Barnum & Bailey the rails to operate in 1942, in spite
tent. The owner of the Ringling Bros. Florida. Circus was successful with such acts of travel restrictions imposed as a
and Barnum & Bailey circus said it The circus went by the slogan as Jumbo, advertised as the worlds result of World War II.
will cease performances forever in The Greatest Show on Earth, a well largest elephant; in 1906, the circus When the circus came to town in
May, after a 146-year run owing to recognized catchphrase that was so was sold to the Ringling Bros and West Palm Beach many years ago, it
what it said were declining tickets ubiquitous it was used for the title John Ringling moved the circus was fun to watch them when they
and high operational costs. Last of the 1952 Cecil B. De Mille Oscar headquarters to Sarasota, FL in 1927. paraded their troupe on Palm Beach
year, the circus retired its elephant award-winning film. The circus will In 1938, the circus made Frank Lakes Blvd. They performed then in
act, years after a suit by activists. It end its long run with performances Buck a lucrative offer to tour as their the West Palm Beach Auditorium
admitted wrongdoing, but agreed to in Providence, RI on May7 and in star attraction and to enter the show (now the West Palm Beach Christian
a six-figure fine several years before, Uniondale, NY on May 21. Existing astride an elephant. He refused to Convention Center). Lately they
ending the elephant performances. animals lions, tigers, camels, join the American Federation of performed in the Palm Beach County
Sales had fallen even more donkeys, alpacas, kangaroos and Actors, saying that he was a scientist, Convention Center. I think everyone
dramatically with the transition of llamas will go to suitable homes not an actor. He was for the working who saw a circus remembers the
the elephants off the road. and the company will continue man and was one himself, but didnt fellow following the elephant with a
Animal rights group PETA said operating the Center for Elephant want some union delegate telling shovel. Their shows will be missed by
it heralds the end of what has been Conservation. Some 500 people him when he could get on and off both children and adults.
the saddest show on earth for wild perform and work on the touring an elephant. Eventually the union The Ringling Circus Museum can
animals and asks all other animal shows and a handful will be placed gave Buck a special dispensation to be visited on Sarasota Bay in Sarasota,
circuses to follow suit as a sign of in positions with the companys introduce Gargantua, the gorilla FL. It houses the Original Circus
changing times. More than a dozen other profitable shows, one of which without registering as an actor. Museum, Museum o Art, Education
animal welfare groups agreed in 2012 is Disney on Ice but most will be The circus suffered during the Center and Tibbals Learning Center.
and 2014 to pay settlements totaling out of a job. 1930s due to the Great Depression, If ever you are in the area, drop in
about $25 million to end 14 years Some fun facts about the circus but managed to stay in business. especially if you are a circus fan.
of litigation. Elephants that were are Columbia was the first baby Special dispensation was given to the
removed from shows were sent to live elephant born in the US; in 1882, circus by President Roosevelt to use
MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A25

Okeechobee Branch March Events

LIBRARY NEWS Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Fridays, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


AARP Tax Help

AARP Tax Help


BY C H A R L E S WAU G H Wed, Mar 1, 2:00 p.m. Discovering Your Roots
This month, take advantage of your photography skills. The Great
educational events at your library! Courses Discovering Your Roots Tue, Mar 7, 2:00 p.m. The 3 Bs Marjorie Gottlieb Wolfe
Be entertained by Marjorie Gottlieb genealogy series wraps-up, so dont Wed, Mar 8, 2:00 p.m. Discovering Your Roots
Wolfe and enjoy her humorous take miss it.
on The 3 Bs: Brooklyn, (the) Bronx, AARP Tax-Aide volunteers will Tue, Mar 14, 2:00 p.m. Tai Chi
and the Bungalows of Rockaway continue to provide individualized
Beach. And join local fishing author tax assistance on Thursdays and Wed, Mar 15, 2:00 p.m. Discovering Your Roots
Manny Luftglass to learn the wide Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Thu, Mar 16, 2:00 p.m. South Florida Fishing
variety of fishing opportunities All completed returns will be E-filed.
nearby. You must bring your current picture Tue, Mar 21, 2:00 p.m. Fundamentals of Photography
Participate in our Friends- ID, tax documents and a copy of last
Tue, Mar 28, 2:00 p.m. Fundamentals of Photography
sponsored Healthy Mind and Body years completed tax return.
Series. Give yourself a health boost, The Okeechobee Boulevard Branch Wed, Mar 29, 2:00 p.m. Yoga Meditation
reduce stress and increase wellness. Library is located next to Dunkin'
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"A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America"


at The Society Of
The Four Arts In Palm Beach
BY IRV RIKON
"A Shared Legacy: Folk Art challenging the painters. The
in America" is the title of a very Industrial Revolution and steam
interesting exhibition of more engines brought change. A lively
than 60 varied art works by some seascape of a steam ship is included.
of its most admired 19th-century Wars came and went. The War of
American artists. Drawn from the 1812 left the American government
prestigious collection of Barbara L. owing much money to the French
Gordon, the creators of these works government. The American Civil war
are relatively unknown today, which was savagely fought by northern and
only heightens THE SOCIETY southern states between 1861 and
OF THE FOUR ARTS exhibition 1865.
because before one's eyes elements of Yet the most prominent painting,
American history unfold. one used by The Society of the Four
Folk artists in early America Arts for its promotional efforts, is
were usually self-taught, rather "The Peaceable Kingdom with
than schooled. Yet "Folk Art" can the Leopard of Serenity," an oil on
sometimes be in the eyes of the canvas, 26 x 29 1/2 inches, painted
beholder. At the very entrance to nothing of blacks or slavery. life-size native American in his sometime between 1835 and 1840
the exhibit is a lovely still life of Enter into the main exhibition traditional garb holds tobacco leaves, by Edward Hicks. A Pennsylvanian,
fruit in a basket that aesthetically room and view portraits of several and surprisingly, a carved young Hicks at first painted ornamental
pleases as much as some of the best young white children. Striking is their white woman smokes a cigarette. items. He farmed, albeit not very
still life paintings of internationally hair, cut very short in sharp contrast They probably stood outside a well. A Quaker, he rose to become a
renowned artists. Generally to today. But curiously, at this earliest tobacconist's shop. There is also a distinguished minister of the Society
speaking, however, folk art tends to be stage of American development, boys life-size wooden carving of a stylish of Friends. He would ultimately paint
localized, even rural, expressing the and girls are clothed alike, wearing young man simply labeled "Dude". at least 60 versions of "The Peaceable
cultural identity of a given people in dresses and pantaloons. Only from One notable item among the Kingdom".
a given time and place. For example, what they hold in their hands are the paintings is almshouses. Many of The theme was taken from the
this exhibition is of American folk art sexes truly differential. the common folk were poor. In Biblical Prophet Isaiah's thought
between 1800 and 1920, yet one can Continue on. More portraits England, such a house had been that someday the sheep will lie
see differences in New England folk are to be viewed. Yet many of the endowed by private charity for use down with the lamb. In his painting
art deriving from British influences artists were itinerant. There was no of the aged and disabled poor. Once Hicks pictures many opposites, some
and art in Pennsylvania reflecting coming to an artist's studio. The named "poorhouses," in America warlike types, peacefully relaxing.
Dutch-German traditions. Even artists traveled from home to home the same kind of institution became On the right side is a young Christ,
at its inception, the United States and painted the subjects in their "almshouses". History books seldom hands resting on leopard and tiger.
was not truly homogeneous. That's own residences. See a small wooden write of them. But here they are, in On the left side is Quaker Governor
noted here. carving of one carrying on his head vivid colors. William Penn signing a peace treaty
Folk art was seldom intended to what appears to be paint and easel. There is some beautiful furniture with local Indian tribes. It's thought-
be art for art's sake, as distinguished As one moves along, besides the from the German American provoking!
from "high art" or "fine art". And the portraits, to be seen are landscapes, community. A great wooden secretary Admission to the exhibit which
localization of early American folk a painted game board, wooden is sure to capture the eye, but storage runs through March 26 is $5.00 and
art is notable for some absences. Here carousel horses and other animals, boxes of various sizes adorned with well worth it. The Society of the Four
is no "Venus Rising from the Waves" (some highly whimsical,) and flowers and other motifs also have Arts is at 2 Four Arts Plaza, right
as the Italian Renaissance painter humorous trade signs: On one wall eye appeal. There is even a painted over the bridge, in Palm Beach. For
Botticelli knew Greek or Roman is hung a fairly large black wooden cutlery box most likely used for information on this and other Four
mythology. This art being from the canvas upon which is carved a huge silverware. Attractive, too, are pages Arts programs call 655-7226. Online:
American north, although references set of pearly white teeth. It no doubt from illuminated manuscripts. www.fourarts.org.
are made to native Americans, there is hung outside the office of a dentist. A Photography was introduced,

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MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A27

MARCH 2017 ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday, March 4, 8 pm Saturday, March 11, 8 pm Saturday, March 18, 8 pm Tuesday, March 14, 8 pm
THE EDWARDS TWINS GOLDAS BALCONY YAKOV SMIRNOFF DISCO INFERNO
Spend the evening with such diverse personali- A PLAY BY WILLIAM GIBSON In an evening of what he calls happily ever after A 70S CELEBRATION!
ties as Elton John, Cher, Bette Midler and Barbra STARRING FRANCINE! comedy, Yakov Smirnoffs insightful comments
Feel the funk and get down and boogie as this
Streisand as the world famous Edwards Twins on love, relationships and the differences be-
Francine Berk, in an incredible performance that cast of Broadway performers along with an au-
astonish you with their clever impersonations.. tween women and men will keep you laughing
won her standing ovations, stars as Golda Meir in thentic disco band takes you back to a time when
See why the Today Show called them Extraor- throughout. In his own words, his philosophy
this thrilling one-woman play that focuses on the vocals were soaring, the beat went on forever
dinary and after watching them in action, we is to experience happiness and teach it to the
Israeli 1973 Yom Kippur War and Goldas anxiety- and we wore bell bottoms, platform shoes and
know you will agree. world with passion through comedy and sensi-
ridden interactions with then President Nixon lots of glitter. You will want to be there or be
tivity.
and Secretary of State Kissinger. square!

MOVIE SCHEDULE
Afternoon showings are at 1:45PM Tuesday & Sunday. Evening Showings are at 6:45 PM.
The 1st Monday Evening & Tuesday Afternoon showings of each new movie (some movies are shown two Mondays and
Tuesdays) will have Closed Caption (for the hearing impaired) when available. No charge for residents.

Saturday, March 25, 8 pm M ARCH 2017 MOVIES


SHADES OF BUBL 03/05 Sun 1:45PM BRIDGET JONES BABY Rene Zellweger, Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent
A THREE-MAN TRIBUTE TO
MICHAEL BUBL 03/06 Mon 6:45PM R 123 Min Rated R for Adult Situations Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey
Wowing audiences around the country with their After breaking up with Mark Darcy, Bridget Jones's "happily ever after" hasn't quite gone
incredible harmonies, smooth choreography and According to plan. Forty-something and single again, she decides to focus on her job as top
charming personas, these three New York City-based
entertainers perfectly capture the many shades of news producer and surround herself with old friends and new. In an unlikely twist she finds
Michael Bubl. This unforgettable show features herself pregnant, but with one hitch...she can only be fifty percent sure of the identity of her
such Bubl songs as Feeling Good, Come Fly With
Me, and Save The Last Dance For Me. baby's father! Directed by Sharon Maguire
(continued from last month)

03/07 Tue 1:45PM FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant, Simon Helberg
03/12 Sun 1:45PM PG-13 111 Min
03/13 Mon 6:45PM The story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York heiress who dreamed of becoming an opera
03/14 Tue 1:45PM singer, despite having a terrible singing voice. Directed by Stephen Frears
03/19 Sun 1:45PM
R Rated Movies
R Rated (under 16 requires 03/20 Mon 6:45PM SULLY Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney
accompanying parent or adult 03/21 Tue 1:45PM PG-13 96 Min
guardian). 03/23 Thu 6:45PM The untold story about the miracle on the Hudson. The story of Chesley Sullenberger, an
Additional ratings for this movie are: 03/26 Sun 1:45PM American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in
V for Violence
03/27 Mon 6:45PM order to save the flight's passengers and crew. Directed by Clint Eastwood
L for Language (strong language and
drug content)
N for Nudity (graphic nudity) 03/28 Tue 1:45PM DENIAL Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall
SC for Sexual Content (pervasive
PG-13 109 Min
language including sexual references and
situations) Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to
prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving, a renowned denier, sues her
An R rated motion picture, in the view
for libel. Directed by Mick Jackson
of the Rating Board, contains some adult
(continued next month)
lmaterial. An R rated motion picture
may include adult themes, adult activity,
hard language, intense or persistent
violence, sexually-oriented nudity,
drug abuse or other elements. Due to a
wide viewing audience, WPRF will not
censure R rated movies. Therefore, if
you find any of the above offensive, Entertainment information is provided by W.P.R.F.
WPRF suggest you OPT OUT of Any questions regarding Clubhouse entertainment should be
seeing this movie. This showing will be in Room C directed to W.P.R.F. at 640-3120.
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Tennis/Pickle Ball News


BY RHODA NADELL & ALAIN METHOT

Wonderful changes as well as On Friday February 10, the mixed have music and dancing,
great fun tennis has been happening doubles tournament was held: again!
at our tennis facility. Our members Results of that day were: Winners Merci a nos membres
have truly embraced our many Lysanne and Michel. (see photo) de tennis de votre
tournaments in this amazing On Saturday, February 18 participation a nos
weather season. Here are some of the women held their doubles nouveaux tournois qui
the conclusions from these fun tournament, with their final apportent du plaisir
tournaments. tournament scheduled on Saturday, et des connaissances
On Friday January 27, the March 18. Natasha and Doris were durant cette fantastique
Tennis Club held its inaugural 70+ the winners! Great matches! saison incluant une
tournament (please see photo). It The Tennis/Pickleball Board had temperature formidable.
was a beautiful day, with beautiful a very informative meeting with Eva Continuez de faire des
folks participating in a fun-filled Rachesky regarding the status of connexions entre vous
day. Winners were: Isaac and Reggie. our courts. It has been decided that afin de rendre notre
Friday, February 24 and Friday, courts #2 and #4 will be patched atmosphere agreable.
March 24 will be the next two 70+ to cover the severe cracks that have
Mixed Doubles winner: Michel Guerin and
tournaments. If you are a member formed. The discussion involved the Lysanne Bourdeleau with our tournament
of our wonderful tennis/pickleball future of our courts with replacing Director, Alain Methot.
club these tournaments are open the pickleball courts allowing for 6
for you to participate in and enjoy new tennis courts. This project is
fun along with the competition! scheduled hopefully within the next
Please sign up at the tennis board to two years. Keep the faith folks, it
ensure your participation. will happen!
On Friday February 3, the third Put on your calendar the BBQ -
mens doubles tournament was held: Friday, March 31 - 5:00pm- 8:00pm
Results of that day were: Finalists: Duck Island
Reginald Dube, Jean Paul Turbide, The Tennis Board will be
Alain and Normand Turcotte. The providing delicious hamburgers, hot
winners were: dogs and chicken. We encourage our
Reginald and Jean Paul. The last members to provide desserts. There
mens doubles tournament sadly will be a sign-up sheet at the tennis
will be held on Friday, March 3. How center, please rsvp and indicate
quickly the time is passing! what you will be providing. We will

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The Kravis Center and I


BY IRV RIKON

The Kravis Center is 25 years at the Kravis Center in 1992, started Miro, now head of The Philanthropic task of making this vision come to
old this year, which brings back his own Dinner Theatre in Jupiter Society of the Palm Beaches, life. Needed were people who could
memories for me. I was a Charter in 1979, (now the Maltz Jupiter belonged. Clyde Fyfe,backed by raise funds for the project. Alex
Member of the Palm Beach County Theatre). There was music, popular financier Leonard Davis, proved to Dreyfoos saw to it that the right
Council of the Arts (now the Palm and classical, in the West Palm be another visionary. The Regional people, himself included, would
Beach County Cultural Council,) Beach Auditorium on Palm Beach Arts Foundation he began still come forward. Among those who
an ad hoc group organized by Alex Lakes Boulevard (since 1998 owned brings wonderful musicians from all followed was Irwin Levy, developer
Dreyfoos. Entrepreneur; inventor; by the Jehovah Witnesses). I wrote over the world to the Kravis Center. of Century Village. Anyway, with
businessman; philanthropist, Mr. my first local A. and E. review in I've omitted several persons whose much hard work yet to do, that's how
Dreyfoos is more. He's a practical 1975, after listening to Kate Smith names I regret I do not remember. the Kravis Center for the Performing
visionary, a person who has a dream sing "God Bless America" and other At first, everyone expressed his Arts was born. In my humble
and the personality to gather others songs in the "Leaky Tepee," as the or her own primary arts interests, opinion, it's the best such Center in
around him to help make that dream Auditorium was dubbed. yet it soon became apparent to all the southeast United States. People
come true. The small Arts Council group that building a new Arts Center from Miami, Fort Lauderdale and
A quarter of a century ago was a diverse lot. Alex quickly took was paramount to Alex. However, I Atlanta may challenge this, but I say,
things were different in local Arts charge, more than ably assisted by believe he had in his mind even then Let them come and experience it for
and Entertainment. There was Judy Goodman, an attorney today, that this Arts Center would rival themselves!
professional theater: The Royal someone I recognized then to be a some of the greatest in the world. As for me, I'm still writing
Poinciana Playhouse is now closed, dedicated and hard worker. Charles So two questions emerged: Where Arts and Entertainment columns,
but for a long while after it began Simmons, director of Palm Beach's should the new Center be located? including reviews of Kravis
operating in 1968, it was a fashion Flagler Museum was there as was On the Intracoastal Waterway was Center performances, as well as
editor's delight as Palm Beachers Michael Hall, who founded Boca a suggestion. Who would be its commentaries on other subjects.
gathered in glamorous evening Raton's Caldwell Playhouse, now architect(s)?
gowns and tuxedos. Burt Reynolds, also closed. Charming Arts lover and It soon became apparent, too, that
who hosted the opening night gala onetime ballerina, Herme deWyman our little group was not up to the
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Place: Century Village Clubhouse in the Ballroom
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There is one race: Human


There is one home: Earth

B Y A N D R L E G A U LT

Our Christ is Jewish


Our numbers are Arabic
Our baker and his pizza are Italian
Our alphabet is Latin
Our democracy is Greek
Our car is Japanese
Our TV is Korean
Our smartphone is Chinese
Our mangoes and pineapples are Mexican
Our whisky is Scottish
Our tea is Indian
Our coffee is Brazilian
Our tangerines are Moroccan
Our chocolate is African
Our French Fries are Belgian
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Il ny a quune race: humaine


Il ny a quune demeure: la terre
PA R A N D R L E G A U LT

Notre Christ est juif


Nos chiffres sont arabes
Notre boulanger et sa pizza sont italiens
Notre criture est latine
Notre dmocratie est grecque
Notre automobile est japonaise
Notre tlvision est corenne
Nos mangues et ananas sont mexicains
Notre cellulaire est chinois
Notre whisky est cossais
Notre th est indien
Notre caf est brsilien
Nos clmentines sont marocaines
Notre chocolat est africain
Nos frites sont belges
Nos vacances sont plantaire
Notre viosin est un Etranger?

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Leave your reservation in the UCO Office by March 8th.
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O R G A N I Z A T I O N A L N E W S
DO NOT resubmit dates for events already appearing ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION: Join CENTURY VILLAGE BRIDGE CLUB: CENTURY VILLAGE CHRISTIAN
unless there is a correction. There is no charge for us at the caregivers sessions. We Activities four times weekly. Card CLUB: The club holds meetings the
listings. ALL SUBMISSIONS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED help each other to understand this Room A, Clubhouse. Call Kristy first Wednesday of the month at
TO: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com. illness and our loved ones with the Brown 640-3120 ext. 0 or Bill Hal- 1:00PM. Contact Grace @ 640-5279.
Submissions for Organizational News may be many changes in their life and ours. prin (248) 672-2292. Advanced reg-
submitted in person at the UCO Reporter office Just remember you are not alone. We istration is required for lessons and/ COUNTRY LINE DANCING: Country
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from meet from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, every or Supervised Play. Scheduled events: and Regular, Monday 9 to 10:30 AM
9:00AM to 12:00PM. 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. ($5/play)- Bridge lessons: beginners: in Party Room..
(All meetings are in the main Clubhouse unless We will be starting this year on Sept. Mon 1-3 PM, intermediates: Mon
26, 2016 and ending on June 26, 2017 3:30-5:30 PM, supervised play: Wed. DANCE PARTY CLUB: We hold a
stated otherwise.)
at the Clubhouse in the Art Room 10:30AM - 12:30 PM, Duplicate FREE dance every week on Tues-
ACT II COMMUNITY THEATRE- on the 2nd floor. For more informa- Bridge: Wed. 1:00-4:30 PM, Sat. 1:00- day in the Party Room from 6:30-
Meets every Wednesday at 7:00 PM tion call Carmen Watson 469-1220 4:30 PM. 9:30PM. Theres never been a Dance
at the Clubhouse. New members wel- or Sandy Goldstein - 689-3540 Party like thiswe play every genre
come! CENTURY VILLAGE CAMERA CLUB: of musicBallroom, Motown, Funk,
ANSHEI SHOLOM: We welcome Any questions, e-mail Ken Graff at R&B, Disco, Salsa, Swing, Rock &
ACTORS STUDIO OF CENTURY VIL- you to our family. Planning a party? cameraclubcv@gmail.com. Roll, Blues, Line Dancing and CW.
LAGE:. Join the fun! We have mi- Rent our HALL which is strictly ko- Requests takenCome to dance, lis-
nor parts, leading roles, and a need sher. Attend our Minyans Monday CENTURY VILLAGE COMPUTER ten, watchwe bet you wont be nap-
for writers, stage hands and props and Thursday at 8:45 AM. Shabbat CLUB: Meet 1st and 3rd Thursday pinyour feet will be tappinand
people. We reads scripts and prac- Services Friday evening at 5:00 PM Nov through Apr. 1 PM in Classroom your fingers snappin. Call for more
tice acting every week, and we put on and Saturday morning at 8:45 AM. C. Annual Dues are $12. Call Kathy @ info: Erwin 917-915-2174 or Lou 561-
two performances a year. No prior Saturday Minyans at 5:00PM . Meet 252-8495 or visit our website at: http:// 398-8785
acting experience needed. We meet our temple family and learn about www.cv-computerclub-wpb.com/
every Monday night at 7:00 PM in our wonderful services, programs FRIENDS OF BILL WILSON: Meets
Classroom B. Stop in or call Bernie and activities. If you have to say Kad- CENTURY VILLAGE CRAFT CRE- every Thursday 7:00-8:00 PM in the
dish please call ahead so we can get a ATIONS KNITTING-CROCHETING Clubhouse, Craft Room.
Kaufman @ 308-0957.
minyans together. Rabbi's class every CLUB: Meets every Tues. 9:30 AM-12
AFRICAN AMERICAN CLUB- UP- Thursday at 10:00 AM.-Very interest- PM Craft room (104). We create items GREAT BOOKS DISCUSSION
COMING EVENTS- Fourth Sunday ing topics . Please come to the temple donated to The Teacup Preemie GROUP: Meet 1st and 3rd Thurs.
Potluck Social- the next Potluck office for your books. For further in- Program & Veterans. afternoons 1:30 PM, Card Room B.
Social will be on Sunday, March formation call 684-3212. .We discuss short readings of Great
26th. Our socials are held in the CENTURY VILLAGE GUN CLUB: Works of literature that continue
Clubhouse Party Room on the 4th BABY BOOMERS CLUB:.Meetings Meets every 2nd Tuesday 7 PM in to have meaning for us today. Ju-
Sunday of the month from 2PM to 3rd Wednesday each month at 3:30 Classroom B. Every meeting has a lie--249-6565.
5PM. Please bring food or beverage PM, December through April. Con- guest speaker. For information call
to share. Everyone is welcome. Vic- tact Lynn at Lynnsevan@aol.com for George at 471-9929. HASTINGS CUE CLUB: Welcoming
tory Casino Cruise Excursion- This further information. New Members. We play Mon. - Sat.
CENTURY VILLAGE NORTHAMERI- 9:30 AM - 12 noon. Bernie @ 684-
trip will be leaving from the Club-
BALLROOM DANCE GROUP: Meets CAN EDUCATORS CLUB: meets the 2064 or Zev @ 290-4824.
house on Sunday, March 5, 2017.
Mondays 2 - 4 PM, Party Room, ex- 2nd Monday of every month at 12:00
The $47 ticket price includes char-
cept 2nd Monday is occasionally in pm in Classroom C. It is a place where HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS OF THE
ter bus transportation to and from
Art Room. No charge. Info: Irwin @ school-related retirees and in-service PALM BEACHES: Meets 1st Wednes-
Port Canaveral, cruise ship boarding,
917-915-2174. personnel can meet on a regular ba- day of month 9:30 AM, Golden Lakes
buffet lunch, and $20 toward gam-
sis to socialize, share ideas, and learn Temple. Bus provided from Century
ing in the ships casino. Contact:
BIBLE STUDY GROUP - Taste & about issues that affect them present- Village Clubhouse. Information: call
Faith 561-697-4418. Washington,
See: Non-denominational group. ly and possibly in the future. Contact Kathy @ 689-0393.
DC Summer Bus Excursion- 9 days
All residents welcome. Meets every Bob Zuckerberg at zuckie15@aol.com
and 8 nights departing Wednesday,
Sunday at 5pm, Classroom B, 2nd or 917-796-1317 for information. IRISH AMERICAN CLUB OF CEN-
June 14, 2017 returning Thursday,
floor. For information call Leonore TURY VILLAGE- Meets first Tuesday
June 22, 2017. The $815 tour pack-
478-9459. CENTURY VILLAGE ORCHESTRA: of each month, 2:00 PM, Clubhouse
age includes Charter Bus transporta-
Meet every Monday in Classroom C room C. 2/12, 6-10;00 PM- From
tion, lodging, tours, and most meals.
BNAI B'RITH CENTURY UNIT at 1:15 to 3:35 PM. More informa- Ireland, TR Dallas, Irish country
Payment plan requires $75 deposit
#5367: Annual Membership Fee $25. tion call Rickie @ 683-0869 or Joel @ western dance band. 3/9, 5-10:00 PM-
to reserve your space. For details on
Breakfast meetings fourth Sunday of 688-9455. We need trombone players, St. Patricks Day Dinner/Dance. Mu-
this trip, contact Flo 561-242-1260.
month at Congregation Anshei Sho- string players and percussion players. sic by Sharon and Band. For further
Cards & Games Nights- Come out
lom with entertainment and speak- information, contact Carole- 914-
to play Hand & Foot or Rummikub
ers. CENTURY VILLAGE REPUBLICAN 343-5547.
in the Clubhouse Card Room. All
CLUB- The Republican Club will
skill levels are welcome. For more de-
BROOKLYN QUEENS CLUB: meets take a hiatus until 6/14, when there ITALIAN AMERICAN CULTURE
tails, contact: Terry 561-249-7262,
in the clubhouse party room October will be a meeting at 1:30 PM. Please CLUB: (IACC) OF CENTURY VIL-
Marilyn 561-444-9825, or Armelia
to April on the second Wednesday of join us to participate in lively debates LAGE: Meets the 3rd Wednesday of
561-577-2259. For general informa-
the month at 2:00PM, doors open at on the election process, our nomi- each month at the Clubhouse Party
tion on membership contact Mina
1:30. For further information, call nees and interactive discussion of Room at 1:00 pm. For club informa-
561-574-3240.Information on club
club president Harriet Levine @ 684- the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of tion call Fausto 478-1821. Bowling
events and activities, contact Cheryl
9712. Rights. Hope to see all old and new Saturdays at Verdes Lanes, 9:00 A.M.
561-512-1307.
faces. As usual, cookies and coffee for information call Lenny 471-2603.
CENTURY VILLAGE ARTISTS: We will be served. Geoff 291-1940, Bar- Saturday league bowling will resume
AITZ CHAIM: Daily services 8:00
welcome all Century Village residents bara 689-9275. in October, date to be announced- for
AM. Mincha and Maariv at Sun-
to view our artwork on 1st and 2nd info, call Lenny @ 471-2603. Cruises
down, Sisterhood 3rd Monday of
floor of main Clubhouse. Info about CENTURY VILLAGE WOODWORK- thru Celebration Lines- contact Ash-
month 10:00 AM. Charlotte 917-
purchase or display -- Beth Baker @ ING CLUB: Meets 6 days a week from ley 561-845-7737 mention the CV
815-7711; Charlotte 478-8756; Anita
684-3166. 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM. Please come Italian Club. Check out our blog at:
686-9083.
and join us in our hobby shop. http://cvitalianclubwpb.blogspot.
CENTURY VILLAGE BOOK CLUB- com .
We are already working on books for CENWEST FISHING CLUB: Meets
next season. For more information 1st Wednesday of each month 3:00
call 640-6944 or email arzj@Hot- to 4:30 PM Classroom B. For more
mail.com Information call Al at 242-0351 or
Capt. Mike at 570-445-4391.
MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B7

O R G A N I Z AT I O NA L N E W S
JEWISH WAR VETERANS POST MIND SPA DISCUSSION GROUP: SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB: Time of
#501: Meet 1st Sunday of month at Meet 2nd and 4th Thurs. 1:30 PM, play is Tuesday, Wednesday and
Cypress Lakes Clubhouse. Breakfast, only October through March, Class- Thursday at 1:15PM. Equipment
9 AM. Guest speakers. Activities in- room A. All invited for in-depth dis- will be provided. We have all levels
clude servicing VA patients. Howard cussions of significant issues.. Allan of members with a wide level of play-
@ 478-2780. @ 687-3602. ing ability, from long time players to
first time members.Our goal is to get
JEWISH WAR VETERANS POST # NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT RETIR- outside have some exercise and get to
520: Meet 4th Sunday of month at EES: N.Y.C. Transit Retirees, Anyone meet new people Come and join us.
Elks Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Continen- interested in attending a meeting of Contact Ed at 632-5268.
tal breakfast, 9 AM followed by meet- the New York City Transit Retirees of
ing. Information: Phil @ 686-2086. Florida, West Palm Beach Chapter, SNORKEL CLUB: For information
please call Kathy - 689-0393. call Ron Helms 683-8678
JUDITH EPSTEIN CHAPTER OF HA-
DASSAH: Meet 3rd Wednesday of NORTHERN STARS: Northern Stars THE SCRABBLE CLUB OF CENTU-
month at Congregation Anshei Sho- no longer has a fee, it is now FREE!!! RY VILLAGE: Every Tues. 6 PM 2nd
lom. New time 6:30pm-9:30pm. Kara- Floor Card Room. For information
oke with Janisse on Fridays is also call Lucy @ 729-0705.
KARAOKE Tuesdays 6 - 9 PM,in Par- 6:30pm-9:30pm.Country Western
ty Room hosted by Marshall Eads. 1st Monday of the month. 6:30- UNITED DEMOCRATIC CLUB - Club-
Fridays 6 - 9 PM, hosted by Janisse. 9:30pm - Party Room. Enjoy sing- house Party Room - 1:30 p.m. Every-
ing, dancing, refreshments and good one welcome. Thursday, March 16:
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS: Palm Beach wholesome fun. For further info, call Paid Up Member Luncheon. Make
Rainbow Lodge #203 meets the 2nd Janisse @ 586-291-8286 or email to: reservations now. For more informa-
and 4th Tuesdays in Century Village northernstarsbo@hotmail.com.. tion, call 688-1934.
Walgreens/Medical building (sepa-
rate ground floor entrance), 100 Cen- POLISH AMERICAN SOCIAL CLUB
tury Blvd., CSI Caregiver Services, at OF CENTURY VILLAGE- Established
UNITERS SOCIAL CLUB OF CEN-
TURY VILLAGE: A group of awesome INDOOR
1:00pm. We are an international fra- in February, 2016. The mission of the diverse people coming together in a
ternal organization, non-sectarian. Polish American Social Club is to
The Lodge welcomes new members, promote and preserve the traditions
dual members, transferees, and Py- and customs of Polish ancestry.The
united way for social times. Bring a
guest or come alone and meet other
like minded individuals. Meet up
POOL
thian reinstatements regardless of club meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday
inactive years of service. WE WEL- of the month at 6:30 PM at the Art
COME ALL MEN! Participate in so- Room . For info. call Krystyna Tell-
every second Sunday of each month
in Club House Craft Room. For ad-
ditional information, call Esther 561
EXTERIOR
DOOR
cial and charitable events. Collation er at 561-674-4887, www.facebook. 635-4298 or 561 328-7935. Like us
after each meeting. For further info, com/polishsocialclubflorida2x on Facebook/United Social Club of
call Irv 683-4049. Check out our blog Century Village.
at: http://knight203.blogspot.com PHILADELPHIA CLUB: The Greater
. Philadelphia Club meets the first
LATIN AMERICAN CLUB: Meets the Thursday of each month at 12:30 PM
UNITED ORDER OF THE TRUE SIS-
TERS- A Cancer Service Organiza-
WILL BE
3rd Thursday of the month. Our in the Clubhouse Party Room, with tion, meets on the 2nd Monday of
monthly dance is on the 3rd Sunday. lunch and entertainment. Our next
COMING EVENTS: MARCH 2, 12 meeting will be on 12/8 at 12:30PM
every month in the Century Village
Party Room at 11:30AM. New mem- LOCKED
and 16: (Thursdays) New members in the Clubhouse Party Room. There bers welcome any time. For informa-
registration and renewal at 7:00 pm will be lunch and entertainment. For
in the Party Room. Due to an ac- information, contact Phyllis at 561-
tion, call Shirley at 478-2391 or Mari-
on at 684-5814. More Information to NIGHTLY AT
tivity scheduled by the club house 712-0612 or 215-219-0297 follow.
administration the monthly dance
will be MARCH 12: (second Sunday) PICKLEBALL: Welcoming new mem-
at 5:30 pm in the Party Room. Club bers to the Pickleball club. Courts WALL STREET CLUB: Local resident
members will be requested to show open at 8:00 each morning, great way of CV has formed a club regarding November -
Club ID at entrance. Come and join to meet new people, exercise and have the stock market. We are not pro-
us! For more information, contact lots of fun. For more info, call Bar-
Juana (646-407-6808) or Madeline bara Di Domenico @ 716-499-6737.
fessionals. We are looking for fresh
ideas. Meetings will be held every
March : 7:00PM
(631-697-4961). Come join us to learn and play the Wednesday, at Clubhouse Room B.
fastest growing sport in the USA. Call Don 254-0917. April - October
CLUB LATINO AMERICANO, C.V.
Se rene el 3er jueves del mes a PROACTIVE RESIDENTS PROJECTS
las 7:00 pm en el saln C del Club COMMITTEE: We are a non-profit
YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP: The ob-
jective of the Yiddish Culture Club is
: 10:00pm
House. Nuestro baile mensual es el group of CV resident owners con- to present programs that perpetuate
3er domingo del mes. EVENTOS cerned with Village issues. For infor- our Jewish heritage. All of our pro-
FUTUROS: Los jueves 2, 12 y 16 con- mation and meeting schedule check grams are also translated into Eng-
tina el registro para socios nuevos y our Blog at http://proactive-comit- lish. Our programs are held in the
la renovacin de membresa a las 7:00 teeblogspot.com/ Auditorium on Tuesday morning at
pm en el Party Room. Debido a la pl-
anificacin de una actividad por la RUSSIAN CLUB: Meets 2nd Thurs.
10:00 A.M. Everyone is welcome.
PLEASE
administracin del club house, este monthly October to April at 4 PM
mes nuestro baile ser el segundo in the Art Room. Looking for a new
domingo, 12 de marzo, a las 5:30 pm members. If you have any questions,
en el Party Room. Se requiere que los please call Tamara @ 712-1417
USE MAIN
miembros muestren el ID del Club a
la entrada. nete a nuestro club y SAILING CLUB: Meets every 2nd Fri.
disfruta de las actividades! Personas 10 AM, Classroom C. Info: Ron @ ENTRANCE
de contactos: Juana (646-407-6808) o 683-8672.
a Madeline (631-697-4961).
An Open Letter to the Republican Party
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(And Others)
OPINION BY IRVING RIKON

In some Republican Party circles Politicos need to bring these all over the globe. Succeeding communication grids or pollute our
it's long been held that our country diverse, disparate groups together as generations have found their country water and food supplies. During the
should be run like a business. Now best as they possibly can. Listening to to be at war somewhere. The wars Cold War with the Soviet Union, both
the United States has a former the voices of the people and trying to have been costly in terms of lives sides had nuclear weapons. There
businessman, Donald Trump, as its reconcile differences should be seen lost, wounded warriors, and civilian was a mutual understanding that
President. The original thought, as a duty of elected and appointed casualties on both sides of a given neither side would use them for fear
however, is faulty. officials at all levels of government battlefield. In dollar amounts the of retaliation. This even had a name:
Firstly, not all business enterprises and the courts, including the Supreme costs of wars have been staggering. "Nuclear deterrent". Perhaps now we
succeed. Some fail, including several Court. Right now that particularly Ironically, for all its belligerency, are entering into such a period with
begun by President Trump. Secondly, applies to Republicans, who control America has not won a war since regard to cyber warfare.
the primary goal of business is to the presidency, both Houses of World War Two, when it worked I have said before in previous
make a profit with one leader at Congress, most state legislatures in harmony with other nations to writings that it behooves four of the
the helm. The United States has a and governorships and who have a conquer a wicked enemy. five largest nations -- The United
President, but in Washington, along conservative majority in the Supreme During the recent Democratic States, China, Russia and India --
with the White House are a Congress Court. Remember: If government National Convention in 2016, many to draw closer together to fight a
and a Supreme Court. Our Founding is run like a business, disgruntled participants were heard to chant common foe, jihadism. None of
Fathers wanted a system of "checks customers will soon switch brands "No more wars!" Yet we are at war these nations can defeat any of the
and balances," with no one person or and try another product. now! We battle extremist terrorists, others. All are too big in population
clique exercising dictatorial powers. At least since the end of World War jihadists, abroad and at home. The and territory to fail. China and India
An informed independent press Two in 1945, Republicans generally chanters seem not to recognize have written histories dating back at
serves as a further check and balance. have felt that "national defense," this. Like the old tale of "The Boy least 4,000 years. There's little point
Like it or not, the United States is a keeping America's military strength Who Cried 'Wolf'," while the wolf is in viewing them as "enemy" now.
pluralistic, multi-cultural republican mighty deserves top priority. There stalking their -- and our -- sheep, the Cooperation is called for. That, too,
democracy. Its diverse population is no question in my mind that the chanters refuse to acknowledge the Republicans (as well as Democrats
differs in social status, racial, ethnic, last administration allowed our cry because they've heard it before. and foreign capitals) must realize.
educational, financial, regional, even armed forces to decline, and the And yes, we have "Lone Wolves" in Finally, there are budgetary
religious backgrounds. Various age country's military needs upgrading. our midst who, inspired by jihadists considerations. While the military
groups, ranging from elderly "senior We live in a troubled and sometimes and their ilk, kill. needs upgrading, poor people who
citizens" to young "millennials" or threatening world. Yet questions Yet the weapons of modern live in or near poverty levels need
whatever comes next, frequently hold arise. warfare in this technological age are uplifting. Such fellow Americans
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UPPER FLOOR CORNER CORNER 11 BED/1 BED/1 OR OR22BATHBATH Cambridge


CambridgeEE handyman
handymanspecial,special,new
newwallwallunit,
unit,carpet,
carpet,furn.,
furn.,
Wellington M furn., carpet, cer. tile, C/A/C, C/A/C, newer
newerHWH, HWH,nearnearw.gate,
w.gate, near laundry-mailboxes
near laundry-mailboxes $27,00
$27,0
lake view, each floor has garbage shoots
lake view, each floor has garbage shoots & laundry & laundry $55,000
$55,000 Camden
CamdenCCpart partfurn.,
furn.,inv.
inv.w/contract.,
w/contract.,tile,
tile,open
openkitch.,
kitch.,shutters,
shutters,
Waltham B furn., C/A/C, carpet, small dog ok,
Waltham B furn., C/A/C, carpet, small dog ok, garden view, garden view, patio w/BBQ, near laundry, not rentable $39,90
near $39,900 patio w/BBQ, near laundry, not rentable $39,9
near clubhouse/pool
clubhouse/pool $39,900 UPPER
Salisbury BB inside crnr., immaculate! Unfurn., carpet, UPPERFLOOR FLOOR11BED/1 BED/1BATH BATH
Salisbury inside crnr., immaculate! Unfurn., carpet,tenant
tenantininplace
placewho
who $42,000 Berkshire D newer HWH/AC, tenant occupied, waterview $28,00
would like to stay, near e. gate, clubhouse &
would like to stay, near e. gate, clubhouse & fitnessfitness $42,000 Berkshire D newer HWH/AC, tenant occupied, waterview $28,0
Camden C unfurn., tile, upgrades, newer open kitch., & bath, crown Salisbury G very clean! furn., tile, 2 wall units, community
Salisbury G very clean! furn., tile, 2 wall units, community patio, patio,
Camdenshutters,
molding, C unfurn., tile, upgrades,
waterview, newer
gorgeous open
patio kitch., & bath, crown
w/BBQ $59,900 near e. gate/fitness, available 1/1/17 $30,00
molding, shutters, waterview, gorgeous patio w/BBQ $59,900 near e. gate/fitness, available 1/1/17 $30,0
Waltham F immaculate, move in ready, bright, furn., tile, new kitchen & bath, Camden J furn., carpet, cov. patio, BBQ area, nr pool/w.gate $28,00
Waltham Camden J furn., carpet, cov. patio, BBQ area, nr pool/w.gate $28,0
ceramic tile,Fnewer
immaculate, move innear
CAC, rentable, ready, bright,
e. gate furn., tile,fitness,
& clubhouse, new kitchen
gated& bath,
$49,000 Dorchester J furn., tile, new appl., 2 new AC units, open ceiling in kitchen,
ceramic tile, newer CAC, rentable, near e. gate & clubhouse, fitness, gated $49,000 2Dorchester
ceiling fans, Jnear
furn., tile,&new
pool appl.,
fitness, 2 newgreat
serene, AC units, open ceiling
neighborhood, in kitchen,
ready! $32,00
Salisbury G WELL TAKEN CARE OF!! unfurnished, central A/C community
Salisbury G WELL TAKEN CARE 2 ceiling fans, near pool & fitness, serene, great neighborhood, ready! $32,0
patio w/tropical garden view, petOF!! unfurnished,
friendly central
near fitness A/Cand
center community
e. gate $39,000 Salisbury B partially furn., 2 new A/C units, rentable, garden view, rentable $29,00
patio w/tropical garden view, pet friendly near fitness center and e. gate $39,000 SalisburyH Bwell
Camden partially furn.,furn.,
kept, fully 2 newmoveA/C units, rentable,
in ready, garden
hurric. windows $29,0
view, rentable $29,00
Chatham A waterview, carpet, furnished, clubhouse ammenities,
Chatham
security, A waterview,
gated, carpet, furnished, clubhouse ammenities,
on isle of Chatham $37,000 Camden H well kept, fully furn., move in ready, hurric. windows $29,0
security, gated, on isle of Chatham
Camden J furn., inside crnr, tile, C/A/C, encl. patio, nr pool/w.gate, 24 sec. $34,900 $37,000 UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED/1 OR 2BATH
Camden J furn., inside crnr, tile, C/A/C, encl. patio, nr pool/w.gate, 24 sec. $34,900 Canterbury UPPER
C unfurn.,FLOOR
gardenview,CORNER 2 BED/1
tenant in place thru ORcarpet/tile
6/30, CAC, roomy, 2BATH$59,90
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED/1 BATH CanterburyCCwell
Kingswood unfurn.,
kept,gardenview, tenant in placegardenview,
unfurn., carpet/tile, thru 6/30, CAC, e. gate, $59,9
roomy,nrcarpet/tile
bright,
Camden MGROUND FLOOR
outside crnr., unfurn., CORNER
tile, new 1 BED/1
shower, C/A/C, rentable, encl. BATHpatio $42,000 Kingswood
tenant in place Cthru
well3/31/17
kept, unfurn., carpet/tile, gardenview, bright, nr e. gate,$59,90
Camden M outside
Cambridge B insidecrnr.,
crnr.,unfurn.,
upgrades,tile, new
furn.,shower,
2 masterC/A/C,
ba.,rentable,
tile, patio,encl.bright $42,000
patio $42,000 tenantF inlovely,
Kent placegreat
thru taste,
3/31/17tile in LR & kit., carpet in BRs, well kept, rentable $58,00 $59,9
Cambridge
Norwich B inside
O well kept,crnr.,
new upgrades,
A/C, cornerfurn., unit,2unfurn.,
master ba.,
carpet $42,000
tile, patio, bright $39,900 Kent F lovely,
Coventry great taste,
E unfurn, ceramictiletile,
in LRnewer
& kit.,water
carpetheater,
in BRs, A/C, tub &rentable $58,0
well kept,
Norwich O well $39,900 shower
Coventry all recently
E unfurn,replaced
ceramic tile, newer water heater, A/C, tub & $48,00
Dorchester G lotskept, new A/C,furn.,
of upgrades, cornertile,unit,
A/C unfurn.,
2 yrs. old,carpet
hurr. shutters $45,000
Cambridge G unfurn.,
shower all recently new H20 heater, tile, kitch. & baths, lighting,
replaced $48,0
Waltham
DorchesterC showsG lots ofbeautifully,
upgrades, furn.,lots oftile,
renos,
A/C unfurn.,
2 yrs. old,newer H2O heater $45,000
hurr. shutters $45,000 fresh paint, large patio w/pool view $49,90
Cambridge G unfurn., new H20 heater, tile, kitch. & baths, lighting,
Bedford
WalthamFCfurn., showstile,beautifully,
new C/A, encl. lots patio,
of renos,com.unfurn.,
patio, garden
newerview, heater $39,000
H2O beauty $45,000 Norwich
fresh paint,L unfurn., carpet,
large patio viewkitch., garden view, rentable, serene, nr. fit. $49,90
tile, newer
w/pool $49,9
Oxford
Bedford400 develptile,hasnew
F furn., own C/A,pool,
encl.tile/carpet,
patio, com.C/A/C,
patio, washer,
garden view,patio,beauty $39,000 Windsor
tenant in place $45,000 NorwichNLtile, rentable,
unfurn., carpet,nr.
tile,pool
newer& kitch.,
w.gate, pet friendly,
garden brightnr. fit. $55,00
furn.,serene,
view, rentable, $49,9
Oxford 400 develp has own pool, tile/carpet, C/A/C, washer, patio, Andover G fresh paint, new carpet & condensor for CAC, bright,
Windsor N tile, rentable, nr. pool & w.gate, pet friendly, furn., bright $55,0
Camden G tenant in place, unfurn., near pools, tile & carpet, near west gate $37,000
tenant in place $45,000 near laundry, mailbox/both $52,00
Camden H rentable, furn., Pergo flrs., near west gate, fitness, sailing, Andover G fresh paint, newgates,carpettenant in place for CAC, bright,
& condensor
Camden G tenant in place, unfurn., near pools, tile & carpet, near west gate $37,000 near laundry, mailbox/both gates, tenant in place $52,0
tenant in place for season $39,900 GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED/1/2BATH
Camden H rentable, furn., Pergo flrs., near west gate, fitness, sailing,
tenant in place for season $39,900 SOMERSET B beauty! furn., CAC, many upgrades, serene w/lakeview, nr pool $109,00
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED/1 BATH GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED/1/2BATH
Southampton BGROUND furn, carpet/tile, CAC, lg patio, close parking/pool, SOMERSET B beauty! GROUNDfurn., CAC,FLOOR
many upgrades, 2 BED/1 BATH nr pool $109,0
serene w/lakeview,
FLOOR 1 BED/1 BATH
garden view, not rentable for 2 years $45,000 Oxford 200 tile, unfurn., W/D allowed, pet firendly, newer kitch. & bath $77,80
Southampton B furn, carpet/tile, CAC, lg patio, close parking/pool, GROUND FLOOR 2 BED/1 BATH
Canterbury C unfurn., cer. tile, newer kit., close parking, gardneview, Hastings I carpet, furn., near fitness/pool, serene, close to parking, new A/C $49,00
garden view, not rentable for 2 years
rentable w/tenant in place
$45,000
$42,000 Oxford 200 tile, unfurn., W/D allowed, pet firendly, newer kitch. & bath $77,8
Canterbury
Sheffield C unfurn.,
I furn., carpet,cer. tile, newer
newer AC, enclosedkit., close
patioparking, gardneview, $29,900 Hastings I carpet, UPPERfurn., near
FLOORfitness/pool, serene, closeOR
2 BED/1 to parking,
2 BATH new A/C $49,0
rentable w/tenant
Waltham in place
H beautifully redone, lots of upgrades, furn. nego., tile, $42,000 Wellington H waterview, carpet/tile, part. furn., nr. stairs, elev. & laun. $87,00
Sheffield I furn., carpet, newer AC, enclosed patio $29,900 Kent E on catwalk, UPPER FLOOR
unfurn., carpet, near2pool,
BED/1garden view,ORtenant
2 BATH in place $49,00
on corner lot, rentable $37,500
WalthamI Hupdatedbeautifully Wellington H
Somerset H many upgrades, furn. neg., built ins, move in ready, water &view
waterview, carpet/tile, part. furn., nr. stairs, elev. $87,0
laun.$89,90
Camden kitchen,redone, lotsnear
carpet, tile, of upgrades,
Camden pool, furn. nego.,
sought aftertile,
area $32,000
on corner lot, rentable $37,500 Kent E Lontile,
Sussex catwalk,
C/A/C, unfurn.,
garden view carpet,
fromnear pool,rentable,
patio, garden 24-hr
view, tenant
sec. in place $47,00 $49,0
Hastings I unfurn, tile, near fitness & pool, gardenview, private & serene $32,000
Camden IHupdated area $32,000 Somerset
Kent H manyfurn.,
J tile, C/A/C, upgrades,
gardenfurn. neg.,
view frombuiltpatio,
ins, move
newerinkit.
ready, water view $59,90
& baths $89,9
Norwich unfurn,kitchen,
pergo carpet, tile, nearnewer
wood floors., Camdenkitchen,
pool, sought
x-traafter
storage, Sussex L tile, C/A/C, garden view from patio, rentable, 24-hr sec. $47,0
Hastings
near I unfurn,
parking, east gatetile,&near fitness & pool, gardenview, private & serene $33,000
fitness $32,000 ANNUAL RENTALS
Kent J tile, C/A/C, furn., garden view from patio, newer kit. & baths $59,9
Wellington
Norwich H unfurn,F furn.,pergo
wood woodflrs., lake view,newer
floors., cul-de-sac,
kitchen,move ready $48,000
x-trainstorage, Windsor J grnd, 1/1, outside corner, CAC, nr. w. gate/pool $80
near parking, east gate & fitness $33,000 ANNUAL RENTALS
Northampton L upper, 1/1, unfurn., garden view, ready for showing 10/15 $80
Wellington F furn., UPPER woodFLOOR 1 BED/1
flrs., lake view, cul-de-sac, OR move2 BATH
in ready $48,000 Windsor J grnd,S1/1, outside $8
Norwich C well kept, turnkey, furn, carpet/tile, nr. clubhouse/fitness/ Northhampton upper, 1/1, corner, CAC,innr.
lift, move w. gate/pool
ready, cul-de-sac, near pool $75
e.gate, rentable w. UPPER FLOOR 1 BED/1 OR 2 BATH $33,000
rest., gardenview Northampton
Canterbury L upper,
A upper, 1/1,unfurn.,
1/1, unfurn.,tile,
garden view,avail
nr. pool, readyOct
for1,showing
2016 10/15 $87 $8
Cambridge
Norwich C well A turnkey! beautiful,
kept, turnkey, furn,new kitchen, cabinets,
carpet/tile, nr. clubhouse/fitness/ Northhampton
Salisbury H upper,S1/1, 1/1, lift,
upper,corner, move
living in ready,
furn., cul-de-sac,
wifi incl., many upgrades $7
near poolCAC $95
stainless steel appliances, baths,
e.gate, rentable w. rest., gardenview wood vanities, premium fixtures, $33,000 Waltham A upper, 1/1, corner, unfurn., nr. e.gate $85
tile throughout, garden view, tenant in place thru 5/30/17 $42,000 Canterbury A upper, 1/1, unfurn., tile,carpet/tile, gardenview,
nr. pool, avail Oct 1, 2016 $8
Cambridge A turnkey! beautiful, new kitchen, cabinets, Salisbury
Sussex H upper,
L upper, 1/1,bright,
2/1/2, corner,outside
livingcorner,
furn., wifi
CAC,incl., upgrades CAC $9
manytile,
unfurn.,
Camden L furn., tile, rentable, near w. gate & pool, move in ready $32,000
stainless steel appliances, baths, wood vanities, premium fixtures, Waltham
walk-in A upper,
shower, fresh1/1,
paint,corner, unfurn.,
encl. porch carpet/tile,&gardenview,
w/gardenview communitynr. $8
e.gate$95
patio
Oxford 200 turnkey!
tile throughout, gardenLift, newtenant
view, kit., &inappliances, lg. rooms, tile & new $42,000
place thru 5/30/17
berber carpet, shutters, pet friendly, BBQ area, near pool, beauty! $46,990 Chatham D upper, 2/1/2, Beauty, private, outside crnr., furn, tile,
Camden L furn., tile, rentable, near w. gate & pool, move in ready $32,000 Sussex
newer L upper,
kitchen, 2/1/2,
CAC, bright, outside corner, CAC, unfurn., tile,
waterview $95
Greenbrier B furn., carpet, near elev., garbage shoots on each floor, walk-in shower, fresh paint, encl. porch w/gardenview & community patio $9
Oxfordmotivated,
owner 200 turnkey! poolLift,
frontnew kit., &cul-de-sac
of bldg., appliances, lg. rooms, tile & new $25,000 Sussex L upper, 2/1/2, unfurn., tile, CAC, serene $90
berber carpet, shutters, pet friendly, BBQ area, near pool, beauty! $46,990 Chatham D upper, 2/1/2, Beauty, private, outside crnr., furn, tile,
Greenbrier B furn., carpet, nearFLOOR
GROUND elev., garbage shoots onBATH
1 BED/1 each floor, SEASONAL RENTAL
newer kitchen, CAC, waterview $9
Sussex L upper,
Cambridge 2/1/2,
G beautiful, fullyunfurn., tile,Dorchester
furn., near CAC, serene $9
pool, ready for the season! $1,30
owner motivated,
Sussex F furn. nego.,poolnewer
front ofkit,bldg.,
mexican tile throughout, bath updated, $25,000
cul-de-sac
enclosed patio $42,000 Northhampton M waterview, nr. pool, furn., tile, close to park., 24 hr sec. $1,25
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED/1 BATH SEASONAL RENTAL
Stratford K beautifully furn., ceramic tile, near gate & clubhouse $1,30
Camden O unfurn., walk-in showe, 2 newer A/C units, drive up parking, Cambridge G beautiful, fully furn., near Dorchester pool, ready for the season! $1,3
enclosed furn. nego., newer kit, mexican tile throughout, bath updated, $32,000
Sussex Fpatio Sussex cute, 1/1, fitness, wave resistnace pool, clubhouse w/classes offered,
MARCH 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B11

Politics
and Peace
BY SR I VASUDE VAN
Politics is the battlefield of ideas If in a democracy where power administration to the next but also However lack of unity and
about how to govern a society. Placing does not offer an unfair advantage by how peacefully and readily the tolerance is one of the biggest
controversial ideas for debate in this for the incumbent party to sustain voters react to the electoral outcome. challenges facing not just the various
battlefield is a constructive activity it from one election to the next, A displeased voter has to patiently nations of the world but facing the
to make positive change. and where polarization occurs in a wait for the next election to change entire human species. It has caused
An unfortunate side effect of nearly even 50-50 split among the the administration and accept many wars, bloodsheds and deaths
this constructive process can be voters, one can reasonably expect the current winner as the rightful in the past centuries.
polarization of a society into opposite election results to swing between two leader of the country till then. Due The ideas here are not to be
poles of an argument thereby making opposing sides from one election to respect for the countrys leader is interpreted as supportive of either
politics divisive. Divisions in society the next or to the one that follows not an ideological capitulation but party but simply a reaffirmation of
can cause disturbance in peace; peace the next election. necessary for unity. democratic values.
is very important for our wellbeing. An important tenet of democracy
How can we resolve this is that the set of people who happened
contradiction and make politics to support the side that lost, must
constructive without damaging
peace in the society?
Answer seems to lie squarely in
quickly accept the outcome of the
election even though it did not go
their way; only exception to this tenet
Alzheimer Care Givers
the critical issue of how politics
is conducted. Although politics is
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and ability to demonstrate that there
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mostly conducted by politicians and was election fraud.
communicated by journalists, about Otherwise a violent demonstration Every 2nd and 4th Monday. 1:30 PM
whom citizens of a society have of ones displeasure with the outcome
minimal control, we can look at the of an election is a hallmark of no Upstairs craft room at the Clubhouse.
question of how citizens can conduct acceptance by the demonstrator and
themselves in the midst of and after
a polarized election.
hence a potential sign of disrespect
for the institution of democracy.
You dont have to go
The very definition of a polarized
election in which controversial
Yes there can be a peaceful
demonstration of ones displeasure through it alone.
topics were at the center of debate
between two polarized parties seems
but a peaceful disturbance is a
contradiction in terms.
More info call:
to mandate that the entire society
cannot consider any outcome of such
The maturity of a democracy
can be judged not just by peaceful Sandy Goldstein @689-3540
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Congregation Anshei Sholom


Mens Club
5348 Grove Street West Palm Beach ( Inside Center Village) Congregation Anshei Sholom
561-684-3212 5348 Grove Street West Palm Beach ( Inside Center Village)
561-684-3212
Shabbat Dinner
Friday, March 17th, 2017 Presents a musical afternoon featuring:
Services at 5:00 pm followed by Dinner. Alexander Mikhaylovsky
March 19th, 2017 at 1pm
Come and enjoy a traditional Shabbat Dinner with all the Coffee and cake will be served
beauty of welcoming the Sabbath in prayer, singing and
delicious food. Tickets are $7.00 and are available at the Synagogue office
or call Roz Meilamed 561-640-7547
MENU
Alexander Mikhaylovsky was born in Odessa, Ukraine, (in the
Mixed Green Salad Soup
former Soviet Union). At the age of 4, he started to learn violin
Lemon Chicken or Sasoned Salmon
wuth his first violin professior, Bella Barsky. He graduated music
Roasted Red Rose Mary Potatoes
Medly of Mixed Vegetables school with the golden medal and went to the Odessa Music
Assorted Cakes & Fruit Coffee & Tea College. 4 years of solo, ensemble and orchestral competitions.
He received a bachelor's degree in music, then attended the
For special dietary needs please call Marion Beck 561-684-5944 University of Music and Pedagogy in Ulianovsk, Russia for five
Donation $25.00 per person for Members of Congregation Anshei years, where he achieved a Master's Degree in Music in 1990.
Sholom Non-Members $30.00
Please make your reservations early so we cna properly prepare. He has played with various groups including: The Miami
Symphony Orchestra, Latin American Chamber Orchestra,
-----------cut here----------Bring to synagogue office------------------------ Florida Grand Opera, and the Miami Ballet.
Reservation for Men's Club Shammat Friday March 17th 2017 @ 5:00pm
(Choose Chicken or Salmon)
He has worked in the capacity of Orchestra Director with
Name__________________________________________________ Miami-Dade Public Schools, Miami Beach Academy of
Performing arts, Florida Music Education Center and various
Phone #____________________________
private academies.
Number of people____________________

Amount____________________________

Congregation Anshei Sholom On and About Anshei Sholom

SISTERHOOD We have had a very busy time since I have written last.
5348 Grove Street West Palm Beach ( Inside Center Village) TuB Shevat had a wonderful seder with fruit, nuts and
561-684-3212 readings. We had a large group in attendance.

Invites you to join us for We celebrated a 90th birthday with a kiddush and
literally ran out of room. What a nice feeling.
Luncheon & Card Party Our auction was busy with people coming and going.
Play your favorite games The raffle winners were all smiles. Many tickets were
Meet new friends sold to friends and relatives outside of the village but
Eat a deluxe lunch the tree winners were all from the village.
Have a fun afternoon
We have a musical on March 19th and an open house
on March 16th. Further information is available in
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 the synagogue. Rumors have been flying around the
11:30 3:00 village but the reality is they are not founded in fact.
Congregation Anshei Sholom We are solvent!!!! We will never see the sanctuary
filled like the time that Century Village opened as
demographics have changed. We need more people to
Contribution: $15.00 per person join us or at least make a yearly contribution. We have
Deluxe Luncheon much to offer and I know I am planning on being here
for some time.
Reserve a Table

For Res & Info Call:


Charlotte Hankin
Anita 688-2767 Rae 478-3221 President
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Celebrating Father's Day in Italy


BY B O B B I L E V I N A N D F R A N C E S CO S TAG L I A N O

Although Fathers Day is celebrated all over the made with flour, milk, butter, egg and lemon rind, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
world, the date changes from country to country. are deep fried (in olive oil ideally), puff as they fry, 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
Americans officially celebrate fathers in June then are filled with a pastry cream and sprinkled 12 maraschino cherries
but Italians honor fathers on March 19, the feast with powdered sugar.
day honoring Saint Joseph, the father of Jesus. Bring water, butter and salt to a low boil. When
Considered in Catholic tradition as the symbol of boiling, add flour and stir for about 1 minute until
a pious and perfect father, Joseph is revered as the thoroughly mixed.
patron saint of carpenters, the poor, orphans, and Take off fire, move to mixing bowl and let cool
unmarried girls. Auguri pap' echoes everywhere 10 minutes. Mixing at a low speed, add 1 egg at a
during the entire day. time allowing each egg to completely blend in. Put
Being a Christian holiday, many monasteries batter in a pastry bag or a freezer bag with a hole
and churches in Italy hold festivals and religious cut into a corner.
events. School children write special cards, poems
and nursery rhymes to present to their fathers Cut wax paper into 3-inch squares and lightly
along with the usual ties, wallets, socks and dust with flour. Pipe dough into round doughnut
colognes. Families often celebrate with a special shapes onto wax paper (the hole should be about 1
lunch or dinner at a restaurant or, if March 19 falls inch wide).
on a Saturday or Sunday, they may take a trip into Why is Joseph honored with a pastry ? One Heat oil to 350. Carefully slide batter off the
the countryside and have lunch outdoors. legend is that during a period of unemployment paper into the oil, frying 3-4 doughnuts at a time,
All around Italy there are several Fathers Day as a carpenter, Joseph prepared and sold bign making sure not to crowd the pan. Fry for 7-8
traditions. Since Saint Joseph protects orphans, in himself. Here is the St. Joseph's Day Zeppole di minutes, turning every couple of minutes. They're
Sicily people invite the poor and the homeless for San Giuseppe from Patsy's Italian Restaurant in done when both golden brown and double in size
lunch. In Pitigliano, in the wild Tuscan Maremma, New York City. and all bubbling ends. Allow to cool and slice
a big bonfire takes place in the main square to horizontally.
celebrate Spring coming and to purify all the 2 cups water Mix ricotta, sugar and vanilla extract in another
attendants. In and around Florence, Fathers Day 1 tablespoon butter mixing bowl on medium speed for 2 minutes. Add
is celebrated by eating frittelle di riso together pinch of salt chocolate chips and mix for 10 seconds. Put cream
with a good glass of Vinsanto. 2 cups flour, plus extra for dusting in pastry bag and fill center of zeppole. Press the
Celebrations across Italy feature a special pastry 6 eggs top of pastry onto the bottom. Put a dollop of
made in Saint Josephs honor. In southern Italy, vegetable oil or peanut oil for frying ) cream over the hole to serve as a base for a cherry.
it is called zeppole or sfinge di San Giuseppe. In 2 pounds ricotta cheese Top zeppole with a cherry, then sprinkle with
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Put Two Irishmen in a Room and They Will


Form Three Political Parties!
BY M E R I LY N W I N T E R S A N D B O B B I L E V I N

Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast which he declared that he and his During his 1856 trip to Britain, into politics and law enforcement.
of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and congregants were leaving Ulster to abolitionist leader Frederick Douglas They built hundreds of schools,
religious celebration held on March avoid oppression and cruel bondage, compared the British insensitivity colleges, orphanages, hospitals and
17, the traditional death date of Saint to shun persecution, and to have to the Irish suffering to the evils of asylums. Many Irish Americans
Patrick (c. AD 385461). an opportunity of worshipping slavery. in large northeast cities left the
By the mid 5th century (461 A.D.), God according to the dictates of Democratic Party embarrassed
St. Patrick had converted more conscience and the rules of His by the blatant corruption of Irish
than 135,000 people in Ireland to Inspired Word. THE IRISH IN AMERICA dominated party machines such as
Christianity. He was an early anti- The Scot-Irish brought their long The newly arrived immigrants re- Tammany Hall and the infamous
slavery advocate and issued a moral cultural experiences as outcasts and labeled themselves as Irish Catholics. Boss Tweed.
call to halt all slavery in Ireland. rebels to America. They became In the mid 1850s, the Native John Fitzgerald Kennedy became
St. Patricks Day is the one day frontiersmen (Daniel Boone) and American Party, commonly known Americas first Irish Catholic
a year when everyone is a little bit explorers (Lewis and Clark) and it is as the Know Nothing Movement, president in 1960. His election re-
Irish. In fact, almost 12 percent of estimated that they made up 40% of was driven by the fear that the energized the Democratic Party and
Americans claim Irish ancestry and the Revolutionary War army. They country was being overwhelmed his youth, vigor and intelligence
over 80 million people worldwide also became slavers who enslaved by immigrants and it promised caught the popular imagination.
claim an ancestral connection to the both Africans and the indigenous to purify American politics by During his campaign for office and
auld sod. The first St. Patricks Day Irish. limiting the influence of Irish his short presidency, JFKs attitudes
parade took place in New York in the Twelve American presidents Catholics and other immigrants. toward civil rights and non-
1760s. had Scot-Irish ancestry: Thomas Anti-Irish job discrimination was discrimination changed dramatically
On St Patrick's Day, it is customary Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, James fueled by No Irish Need Apply and his younger brothers, Robert and
to wear shamrocks and/or green Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew (NINA) signs and advertisements for Teddy, carried that torch forward.
clothing or accessories (the "wearing Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Chester A. positions including "clerks at stores In 2002, 51% of Irish Catholic
of the green"). Arthur, Grover Cleveland, William and hotels, bartenders, farm workers, Americans voted for Barack Obama.
McKinley, Benjamin Harrison, house painters, hog butchers, In April 2015, Irish American
Theodore Roosevelt, Warren coachmen, bookkeepers, workers at Democrats endorsed Hillary Clinton
WHO ARE THE SCOT-IRISH? Harding. lumber yards, upholsterers, bakers, for President thanking her husband
The Scot-Irish were originally gilders, tailors, and papier mache for brokering peace in Northern
Presbyterians living in Scotland who workers. Ireland. Hillary had been in the
were lured by the British government
THE FAMINE During the Civil War, Irish- "center of the room" during Northern
to emigrate to Ireland to subdue By 1854, more than a million Irish Catholics were still considered non- Ireland peace talks and she has given
the indigenous Catholic Irish (out of a population of 8 million) white. Fearing the emancipation a commitment to work to resolve the
population. They fled Ireland when had died because of the fungi of the Negro because it meant status of the undocumented Irish in
the oppressive racist laws that the that ravaged the countrys potato competition for jobs, many Irish America.
British had applied to Catholics were crop. The British government was joined the New Democratic Party Today, Irish American Democrats
extended to Presbyterians. largely unsympathetic to giving (the pro-slavery party). Frederick support candidates for office who
Between 250,000 and 400,000 governmental aid to the Irish which Douglass (1856) said this was the promote peace, justice and prosperity
Scot-Irish migrated to America in forced another 1 million people to birth of the lie that black adversity is in Ireland and in the U.S.
the 18th century. Prior to sailing emigrate - many dying on coffin essential to Irish prosperity.
to America, the Reverend James ships during the long passage to After the Civil War, Irish Catholics
McGregor delivered a sermon in America. became white and moved rapidly

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R E C R E A T I O N
West North East South
Pass Pass Pass 1 NT
Pass 2 Pass 2
Pass 4 Pass 6

6 by South
Lead: 3
K62
KQ53
Bridge RECREATION 10542
Dave has been playing Bridge for a and 1 club loser. 4 losers where he
J10
few years. He has taken a few lessons
and has been playing regularly at
is allowed just one. He decided to
attack the suit first. If the finesse 1083 Q J954
N 842
the local duplicate bridge club. Lets
follow along with him as the bidding
worked, she was guaranteed to take
4 tricks. Thus, she played a small
109 W E
progresses, seeing only her cards. He on the opening lead, East winning Q J93 S
A6
was sitting South.
A7 AJ76 Q87 AQ95
with the Ace and returning his small
. Dave played the King on the 8643 K72
His partner passed initially, return, West was stuck. A diamond A7
followed by East. Dave counted his lead would be overruffed by South. A
HCP and stopped at 17. The hand Spade to dummys King and the Jack AJ76
was well balanced. He opened with 1
NT advising he had 15 to 17 HCP and
of Clubs to finesse East. A trump
lead to Dummys King and repeat
K8
a balanced hand. Norths next bid
was 2 . Dave read her partners bid
the club finesse. South gets 2 spades,
5 hearts, 1 Diamond and 4 Clubs.He
AQ95
as asking what 4 card major she had. could take another but then had to
Dave showed his 4 card Heart suit ( let Dave take the rest of the tricks. 3
2). His partner pushed to game in ,2 , 1 , and 4. If West Bill Halprin Operates the Century Village Bridge Club with all sessions held at
Hearts. Now Dave pushed to slam held off taking his last winner, the main clubhouse from December thru April. There are duplicate bridge games,
in Hearts showing his solid strength. instead playing a , he gives Dave a supervised bridge play and bridge lessons weekly. Those interested in learning the game
After West made the best lead of the free finesse and the result would be or improving their skills can contact Bill Halprin (248)672-2292 [williamhalprin@
3, Dave looked over his losers. No the same. Playing the crds right will gmail.com] or Kristy Brown at CV Administration (561)640-3121-0.
spade losers, no hearts, 3 diamonds often overcome over bidding.

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BY CHRISTINE MOHANTY
Shuffleboard Club
Our winter racing season has shores as the company has moved its
BY ED WRIGHT
already come to an end; winners operation to China. W.P.R.F. Vice- Greetings to all of our winter around 1:25. I would be glad to meet
will be announced in my next President, Eva Rachesky, is doing her friends. The second of our three anyone and show you how to play. It
column. The spring races began the utmost to expedite their delivery. In tournaments is just about over. We is always good to get outside, meet
end of February and will continue the meantime, thanks to the efforts play 3 six-week tournaments during new people, and get some exercise.
for six consecutive weeks weather of Dave Forness and his repair crew, the season. We currently have 38 The winners of the first tournaments
permitting. We have decided for our we have enough boats to keep us members including 4 newcomers. We are as follows: Singles: First Place:
next season to include novice racers afloat. play every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Archie McKay and Ed Wright. Third
for the first time ever. Another Both our February 7 pot luck Thursday. Tuesday we play singles, Place: Jack Fahey. Doubles: First
innovation is welcoming visually- and club luncheon at Golden Corral Wednesday we play doubles, and Place, Ed Wright; Second Place, Jack
impaired Allen Preston onto our February 15 were very well attended. Thursday we play Bowling Pin. We Fahey; and Third Place, Jean Guy
lagoons. Dockmaster Helga Lieb- We are all looking forward to our are always looking forward to having Giroux. Bowling Pin: First Place,
ONeill graciously undertook Sunday, March 5dance with Ryan new people to join us. We all have Archie McKay: Second Place, David
initiating Allen into a sport he and the Rockers which is practically differences in playing abilities, from Engberg: and Third Place, Jack Fahey
has long yearned to try. According sold out. Gail Fei and Nancy Reser some who have played for many years and Ed Wright
to Helga, though Allen is not yet have been diligently training the to first- time players. Come and join Come and join us. We would be
certified, he has taken to sailing like Cheerleaders for a half-time us. Please arrive by 1:15 so we can start glad to meet you. Ed 561 632 3180
a born natural. We are all so very performance. No Lady Gaga, but our
proud of him! Give Allen an ahoy gals have a few moves of their own.
if you see him out there in his special Over 50 members were in
white-sailed Sunfish. attendance at our February 10
Sadly, the three New Sunfish meeting. Why not come down and
ordered through Laser Performance join us March 10 to join in the fun
will take some time reaching our and SAIL AWAY!
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P O L I T I C A L
Self-Service Centers are Your DIY
Guide to Palm Beach County Courts
Property Matters
ANNE M. GANNON
SHARON R. BOCK, ESQ.
TAX COLLECTOR, PALM BEACH COUNTY
CLERK & COMPTROLLER, PALM BEACH COUNTY
Nav ig a t i ng Our Self-Service Centers are a Dear Friend, book your appointment online
the court system tremendous resource and provide a March brings well in advance. Appointments fill
is not always an number of other helpful services for the beginning up quickly.
easy task. It can the public, including free access to of daylight Bring all required forms and
be confusing computers; low-cost notary, copy and savings time, documents.
and time fax services; a video relay system to the first day Prior to your visit, check wait
consuming. assist hearing impaired customers; of spring and times online at www.pbctax.com/
That is why I and, community resource referrals spring break locations-hours/wait-times.
have long been for legal, mediation, counseling, and for our local
Go online to renew motor vehicle
an advocate for creating resources elder and social services. Affordable schools. This month we also celebrate
registrations, REAL ID driver
that help people understand and attorney consultations are also Womens History Month. Join us on licenses/ID cards (if already
exercise their rights in court. To available. Instagram @TAXPBC as we highlight REAL IDd), make local business
better serve customers, our award- The centers serve roughly 28,000 amazing women throughout history. tax payments, pay property taxes
winning Self-Service Centers customers a year, and are located at We invite you to take part of this and purchase hunting/fishing
provide the public with the tools the Main Courthouse in West Palm celebration by sharing your favorite licenses.
and resources necessary to represent Beach and our branch locations in women leaders.
themselves in court. Delray Beach, Palm Beach Gardens
Because of this, my office is and Belle Glade. Property Tax Due
holding free public workshops on To ensure a seat at one of our Year in Review
The window to pay 2016 property
the first Wednesday of each month, upcoming workshops, please register Our annual report, A Report to
taxes is quickly closing. March 31 is
so residents can learn how to do-it- online at mypalmbeachclerk.com/ Our Citizens for Fiscal Year 2016
the last day to pay. Unpaid property
yourself when it comes to evictions, selfservicecenter. I look forward is available now. The report includes
taxes are delinquent on April 1 and
divorce, small claims, sealing and to your participation and hope information on agency collections,
subject to penalties and interest.
expunging of records, and more. The that you will take advantage to tax distributions, operational
Payments must be received on or
workshops are held from 3:30 p.m. learn more about our Self-Service progress, agency achievements and
before the end of business on Friday,
to 4:30 p.m. at the main courthouse Centers, including the different future plans. We also report on the
March 31. Visit our website www.
in downtown West Palm Beach with types of forms available, by Top 10 tax bills in the county! Its the
pbctax.com to view, print and pay
a different topic discussed at each visiting mypalmbeachclerk.com/ perfect opportunity for Palm Beach
your 2016 property tax bill.
session. selfservicecenter. County residents to learn about our
agency. If your organization would
like multiple reports, please email Dump the Lump Sum
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Is it difficult to pay property taxes
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in one lump sum? Then dump the
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residents by volunteers working with the Palm requested.
tax installment payment plan today.
Beach County Sheriffs office, announces new You have until April 30 to apply.
Spring Break Participants receive a discount of
hours at the UCO Office, 2102 West Drive. slighly under 4 percent. Apply online
Spring Break is right around the
at www.pbctax.com/installment-
corner. Palm Beach County schools
payment-plan. If you already
New hours are Monday and Wednesday, are closed March 17-24. We will be
busy during this week with teenagers
participate, do not submit a new
application. Installment payments
1PM to 4PM and Friday, 9AM to 12PM. visiting our offices for their first
for the 2017 property tax season are
drivers license. If you must visit a
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June 30, 2017
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December 31, 2017
March 31, 2018

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P O L I T I C A L

From Chief Deputy


Property Appraiser
BY D O R O T H Y JAC K S , C F E , A A S

I recently from across the state.


returned from We exchanged ideas, shared
the Newly experiences, and left the conference
Elected Official with a clearer and broader picture of
Orientation the work that lies ahead for each one
in Tallahassee of us.
sponsored As we move into spring, filing
by Floridas deadlines pertaining to homestead
Department of exemptions and additional property
Revenue. The tax exemptions apply in certain
educational instances. This months newsletter
workshops were a great success highlights those tax savings
and provided information on initiatives, along with welcoming two
fundamental issues to help with new employees to my administration.
understanding our governing Enjoy reading, as our goal is
agencies. In addition, it allowed me always to bring you the most up-to-
the opportunity to meet the other date information about our office.
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Nutrition and Health


Inf lammation
J E AN I E W. FR I E DM AN , MS R D LD/N

Inflammation is part of the combat inflammation. These include determine the levels you have. While increase inflammation in your body.
process our amazing bodies undergo a variety of fruits and vegetables you can get vitamin D from the sun, Limiting, or even better, avoiding
to defend and heal itself from injury likes oranges, cherries, blueberries, you can also find it in foods like them can help with inflammation.
or foreign invaders like bacteria or kale, and spinach. Tomatoes are fatty fish, eggs, and fortified foods Sugars in desserts and sodas can also
viruses. Noticeable swelling around believed to be rich in properties that like milk, yogurt, and orange juice. increase inflammation.
a cut on your finger or in your ankle help fight inflammation. Olive oil Supplements can also help meet
when you sprain it are signs that is abundant in compounds that can a persons requirement, however,
your body is working as it should. reduce inflammation. In addition, vitamin D is fat soluble, meaning Obesity and Inflammation
This natural process will end once eating leaner protein sources such that it is stored in your body tissues, Some studies have looked at
the issue is resolved. The cut will as walnuts and almonds, and and too much can easily accumulate obesity and its role in inflammation.
heal and whats left may be a slight salmon and other fatty fish helps and become dangerous. Check with While more research is needed, it
scar. Your ankle will return to its increase your omega-3 fats and lower your doctor first before taking any does appear that some relationship
usual size and youll feel as good as omega-6 fats, which is important supplements. is present. Maintaining a healthy
new. However, sometimes, things in maintaining the right balance weight would be beneficial on many
can go wrong and inflammation can between both kinds of fats in your fronts.
somehow continue without ending diet. The right balance is thought to What Are Some Foods
(chronic inflammation). This type of keep inflammation in check. That Can Increase Jeanie W. Friedman is a Registered
inflammation that occurs over a long Inflammation? Dietitian and nutritionist licensed in the
period of time can be very harmful. You probably have some idea of State of Florida. This article is intended
There are some diseases, like arthritis Vitamin D the types of foods that can raise your for educational purposes only and is not
and heart disease that are associated In a previous article, we explored omega-6 fats. Too much fatty or intended as a substitute for consultation
with chronic inflammation. Vitamin D and its impact on health. processed meats like red meats, hot with your health care professional.
Deficiencies have been linked dogs, and sausages can wreak havoc Ms. Friedman may be reached at
with cardiovascular disease and on your health, and not to mention JFriedmanRD@aol.com
Is There Anything That Can diabetes, among others. Vitamin waistline! Its best to avoid refined
Help? D is considered to be an anti- carbohydrates like white pasta
The answers are not conclusive. inflammatory. Its a good idea to and bread. Fried foods like fried
Some foods are thought to help have your doctor check your blood to chicken, French fries, and donuts can

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CLASSIFIED
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storyteller. His journey has been long and eventful since he left his
availability of material and delivery schedules. All service requests
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B U S S C H E D U L E S
EXCURSION TRIPS
Wednesday, Mar. 1......... Palm Beach Gardens Mall
Wednesday, Mar. 8......... Lake Worth Bach/Wellington
Wednesday, Mar. 15....... FLEA MARKET
Thursday, Mar. 23.......... NY METS VS WASHINGTON
AT THE NEW BALL PARK OF PALM BEACHES

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All Internal Buses will ON REQUEST complete a Perimeter Drive Run at 11:45 AM
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ATTORNEY FRIEDMAN'S CLASS SCHEDULE


Date Topic Room Requested Time Frame
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Foreclosure (2 hours)

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Top o the
Mornin to Ya
BY JODY LEBEL
Hi hes a plonker and will Im pretty sure that research was competing with other
blaggard you fairly lively but ken done in Dublin so take it for what women because the
hes a fierce strong heart that wan, its worth. If you can manage to get Irish dont mess
so give it a lash. Sure Im tellin ya down four pints it does guarantee a around. And by other
hes sound, though hed feek ya right snog at the end of the night (which is women I mean anybody
round, but hes a lovely lad, me aul' only 2nd base by the way.) I did learn else besides his mother.
flower. one valuable lesson though: never try The Irish Mammy
Huh? to out drink an Irish lad. It wont go holds a vice-like grip on
Ive only dated one Irishman, well, believe me. the heart of her son and
Liam, and he was real. And by real, My Liam loved mashed potatoes. woe betide the female
I mean right off the plane; red hair, Loved them. I thought about who tries to usurp that
freckles, and legs so pasty white they smearing them all over my body womans throne. Take
looked like paper. (Not all Irish are but I digress. He cast adoring eyes it from me, if you've
gingers though. There are some at warm sourdough, thick beef stew, any sense at all, you'll
great looking dark-haired blue-eyed cottage pie, huge full breakfasts, turn up at her door
lads around.) Anyway, I never really roast dinners, and corned beef with some flowers, a
knew what he was saying or what sandwiches. All washed down with nice packet of custard
in the world I was saying yes to. He chocolate milk. Of course, I could creams, and ask her for
assured me that the Irish accent was never make anything as good as his advice on how to treat
voted the sexiest accent in the world mam did. (Insert eye roll here.) her son. But never call her British the idea that Americans harbor the
beating out French and Italian. Liam was very loyal to his friends. or shell be through with you. Mom romantic notion that Irish people are
Well, I found that highly unlikely He took his bromances seriously can also be useful for blackmail inherently troubled. And hed play
but I humored him. The bed was a and was family oriented and deeply purposes... "If you don't go to the that up on occasion. All of a sudden
scratcher, a gaff was the house, devoted to his clan. Actually you doctor, I'm going to call your mam!" hed blurt out something like: "I
and he called the toilet the jacks. I rarely find an only child in an Irish Liam used to bring me pots of rememba the day the soldiers come
walked around with a constant look family. Liam had four brothers and clover for no specific reason and round ta the village. They took every
of confusion on my face. Maybe Im two sisters and he kept in regular not even the four-leafed ones. As last lad and lass. I still rememba
gullible, or maybe Im just American, contact with all of them. I knew Irish men aren't known for gushing the silence when they was gone.
but his tender-sounding L-bombs things were getting serious between professions of love, a pot of green is Then hed gaze away sadly into the
(everything is lovely) made me feel us when he said to me, mon (come pretty much a dozen roses. Once I distance but refuse to elaborate. I
a tug of affection for him. Canny on) and meet the family. I nervously overheard him talking to his mate fell for it the first couple times, but
believe it hi? Im after finding a picked out the perfect meet-the- and he called me "herself". Maybe someone clued me in and after that I
lovely fiver on the road! parents outfit and made sure my in the real world thats nothing, but just ignored him and kept watching
Sometimes hed blather out American teeth were American to an Irish man, thats a big deal. It the Gilmore Girls.
wisdoms like Never bolt your door white. Imagine my surprise when meant I was the love of his life. He
with a boiled carrot. So of course he took me into a sports bar where said I was sound" which translates So, if youre thinking about taking
I never did. Heck, Id be foolish to I was introduced to a 15-strong to "I don't know what I'd do without up with an Irish man, do it for the
do that, right? Because of Liam I panel of club hurlers. Hurling is a her. Liams idea of sweet talk to me? craic (the fun of it). And also dancing
was introduced to fiery tempers, the competitive sport in Ireland; sort of You may not be an 8 but tonight Ill the jig is a great workout.
consumption of gallons of dark ale, a combination of lacrosse, baseball treat you like a 10. I know, I know,
and his firm belief in leprechauns, and hockey. His hurling mates are his most American women wouldnt be Irish Blessing
which the Irish never speak of unless brothers, whether they are blood or impressed for sure. But these guys May those who love us, love us;
its in a whisper. Speaking of dark not, and I soon found out they would are quite chivalrous. Liam never held And for those who don't love us,
ale, I never developed a taste for all be invited to my house on any day a door open for me and he never wrote May God turn their hearts;
Guinness, the national drink and a a match was on and there would be me a love letter, but he defended my And if He doesn't turn their
diet staple for all note-worthy Irish a lot of shouting and drinking and honor with his fists once; gave me a hearts,
men. Never mind that it is chock full tearing of shirts, and food would be piggyback ride when my shoes hurt; May He turn their ankles,
of calories, it tastes a lot like tar. Liam mashed in the couch cushions in the and bought me the odd bag of chips So we will know them by their
claimed drinking Guinness helped frenzy of the game. (hot fries) on the way home. limping!
reduce the risk of a heart attack. I never had to worry about Liam, like most Irish men, has

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A PREVIEW OF SOME OF THE


West Palm Beach
Summer 2017 Shows

MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE JEFF LAUB Saturday, GYPSY LIGHTS SONGS MICHAEL DAMORE
YOUTH TOURING April 8 at 8 pm FROM THE 50S 70S A MUSICAL JOURNEY
COMPANY Saturday, April 15 at 8 pm Saturday, April 22 at 8 pm
Saturday, April 1 at 8 pm

SIMPLY TINA THE JAMIE DANGER THE RHYTHM CHICKS TRIBUTE TO THE
ULTIMATE TINA TURNER Saturday, May 6 at 8 pm Saturday, May 13 at 8 pm LEGENDS OF THE 60S
TRIBUTE BAND FEATURING DON WHO?
Saturday, April 29 at 8 pm Saturday, May 27 at 8 pm

SUZI CRUZ AN ACT TO RICHIE C Saturday, June MARCEL RASA Saturday, THE 5 BOROUGHS
REMEMBER Saturday, 10 at 8 pm June 17 at 8 pm Saturday, June 24 at 8 pm
June 3 at 8 pm

SPANKY & DINO BFFS TOGETHER FLAMENCO NIGHTS CLASSIC VEGAS


Saturday, July 1 at 8 pm WHEREVER WE GO! STARRING STARRING
Saturday, July 8 at 8 pm TONY CRUZ Saturday, JIMMY BARKAN
July 15 at 8 pm Saturday, July 22 at 8 pm
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WEST PALM BEACH CENTURY VILLAGE


2017 SUMMER TICKET ORDER FORM

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*Please Include An Additional $3.00 Per Ticket Per Event For Guest Tickets
# OF # OF
TKT RES. GUEST TOTAL
DAY DATE PERFORMANCE TIME PRICE TKTS TKTS COST
Maltz Jupiter Theatre Youth Touring Company
Sat. April 01 Broadway To Motown Dance Troupe 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. April 08 Jeff Laub - Comedian 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. April 15 Gypsy Lights - Songs From The '50s -70s - Tribute Band 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. April 22 Michael DAmore A Musical Journey - 50s -70s 8:00 PM $5.00
Simply Tina - The Ultimate Tina Turner Tribute Band
Sat. April 29 Tribute Band 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. May 06 Jamie Danger - High-Energy Singer/Impressionist 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. May 13 The Rhythm Chicks - Honoring Great Girl Groups 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. May 20 The Motowners - Tribute To The Motown Years 8:00 PM $5.00
Tribute To The Legends Of The 60s Featuring Don Who?
Sat. May 27 Singer/Songwriter/Comedian 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. June 03 Suzi Cruz An Act To Remember - Musical Comedy Act 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. June 10 Richie C - Great Music Of The Past 7 Decades 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. June 17 Marcel Rasa - Singer With A Lyric Voice 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. June 24 The 5 Boroughs - A Trip Down Rock & Roll Memory Lane 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. July 01 Spanky & Dino - Versatile Oldies Duo 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. July 08 BFFs Together Wherever We Go! - Broadway Duo 8:00 PM $5.00
Flamenco Nights Starring Tony Cruz Latin Singer &
Sat. July 15 Dancers 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. July 22 Classic Vegas Starring Jimmy Barkan - Singer 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. July 29 Yesterdayze - The Ultimate 60s Experience - Oldies Band 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. Aug. 05 Cindy Miller Ive Got The Music In Me - Musical Comedy 8:00 PM $5.00
Across The Universe - The Ultimate Beatles Tribute
Sat. Aug. 12 Beatles Tribute Band 8:00 PM $5.00
Iris Revson And Michael Rapposelli
Sat. Aug. 19 Broadway Style Singers 8:00 PM $5.00
Marvelous Mamas Starring Jeanne Lynn Gray & Rachel
Sat. Aug, 26 Klein - Singing Duo 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. Sept. 02 Alexandra Marie - Argentinian Born Lyric Soprano 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. Sept. 09 Julia Langley Cabaret Style - Vocalist/Entertainer 8:00 PM $5.00


Orange Sunshine "A Tribute To Great 60s Music"
Sat. Sept. 16 Tribute Band 8:00 PM $5.00
Rewind Featuring TK Blu & The Uncool Band
Sat. Sept. 23 60s - 80s Band 8:00 PM $5.00
A Natural High - An Evening Of Songs With Don Stansfield
Sat. Sept. 30 Tenor/Baritone Singer 8:00 PM $5.00
An Evening With John Timpanelli
Sat. Oct. 07 Impressionist/Comic/Singer 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. Oct. 14 Lu White And The Rock & Roll Band - Oldies Music 8:00 PM $5.00
Body And Soul With Two Members Of The Tune Weavers
Sat. Oct. 21 50s - 70s/Doo Wop Singers 8:00 PM $5.00

Sat. Oct. 28 David Orson: A Musical Journey - Pianist/Singer 8:00 PM $5.00


Halloween Dance - Ruth Davis
Sat. Oct. 28 (Available Starting 10/02/17 At Ticket Office Only) 7:00 PM $8.00 XXXX XXXX XXXX

All programs are subject to change and/or modification TOTAL $______________________

*See Monthly Clubhouse Happenings For Further Information. All Summer Show Tickets Can Be Purchased Starting
March 20, 2017 At The Ticket Office Or Online At https://gateaccess.net