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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers! See page 6Dr. S. Benjamin Roldan D.M.D. M.S. P.A. and Associates954.788.2388 561.488.5088 Community News Municipal NewsSee page 13Life & ArtsSee page 15 See page 3Go Pink luncheon draws nearly 1,500 to support ght against breast cancer Theyre altogether ooky, the Addams Family at Kravis CenterCommissioner Aaronson recalls bravery of Army chaplains Send us your pictures of you reading a copy of The Boca Raton Tribune for you to be featured in a upcoming edition of the newspaper!Zackary and Emily DePalmer reading the Boca Raton Tribune.Boca Raton Welcomes Santa:Prepares for Carousel Day A publicaton of Your business can not aord to miss this opportunity to reach out the right customers. For more information email: giftquide@bocaratontribune.com Space Reservation Deadline is Nov10th, 2011 See page 5 A publicaton of Your business can not aord to miss this opportunity to reach out the right customers. For more information email: giftquide@bocaratontribune.com Space Reservation Deadline is Nov10th, 2011 Your business can not aord to miss this opportunity to reach out the right customers. For more information email: giftquide@ bocaratontribune.com

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2 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Copyright 2011 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the propery of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. The publishers reserve the right to edit all submissions and to reject any advertising or copy they regard as harmful to the publications good or deemed to be libelous. The publisher is not responsible for the articles written by its columnists. The publishers are not responsible for typographical errors, omissions or copy or photos misrepresented by the advertiser. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the portion of space occupied by such error or advertising items or information. All editorials are publisher and not of any individual editorial writer. Signed columns, on of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune.The Boca RatonTribune mailing address: business@bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com For general information : Fax: Chris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.com Angelo Lima Marguax Vickers Marjorie BrandnerPhotographers:Nicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick Klaiton SilvaMaheli Jardim Proud Member of:2010-2011 The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. BriefsThe Boca Raton Tribune INDEXCommunity News Page 03 Municipal News Page 13 Food Review Page 22 Section B Page 15 Business Page 27 Columnists Page 30 Games Page 32 Pet Society Page 32 Sports Page 33 Give careful thought to the paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways.Proverbs 4: 26 The wrong photo ac companied a caption for the Michael and Madelyn Savarick Clock Tower on the cover of the Oct. 20-26 edition of the Boca Raton Tribune. A photo of the correct tower, located in front of the Count de Hoernle Amphitheatre at the north end of Mizner Park, accompanies this correc tion. The Tribune regrets the error and apologizes for any inconvenience it may have caused. CORRECTIONBOCA RATON The following events are scheduled at Florida Atlantic Universitys FAUs Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters Tuesday, November 8 through Saturday, November 12 Biennial Faculty Art Exhibition Schmidt and Ritter Galleries, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road. Free; obtain parking pass at FAU information booth Information: 561-297-2966 or fau.edu/ galleries Friday, November 11 through Sunday, November 20 Theatre: Widows Studio One Theatre, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Tickets: $20; FAU rates and group rates available 800-564-9539 or www.fauevents.com Florida premiere of the sociopolitical drama by acclaimed writer, activist and Duke Professor Ariel Dorfman. Saturday, November 12 and Sunday, November 13, 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Art Festival, at Schmidt Center for the Arts, FAU Boca Raton. Admission is free. Call 561-297-3870. Works for sale in ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, jewelry, sculpture and more. Sunday, November 13, 6 p.m. Band-O-Rama Concert Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton. Free 561-297-3853 The FAU Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band and the Marching Owls join forces for a supersized concert of band favorites and popular selections from Sousa to Star Wars. Monday, November 14, 2 and 7 p.m. Adult Storytelling: Vickie Pickles Momma and Other Sorta True Tales of the New South Caldwell Theatre, 7401 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton. Tickets: $25. Information: 561-241-7432 Friday, November 18, 3 p.m. Film: Turtles Can Fly, with discussion by FAU political science professor Mehmet Gurses, in Performing Arts Building, room 101, FAU Boca Raton. Free Information: phough2@fau.edu Friday, November 18, 7 p.m. Exhibition Opening Reception: Fall Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition Exhibition runs through December 9 Ritter Gallery, FAU Boca Raton Free Information: 561-297-2966 Friday, November 18, 7 p.m. Concert: FAU Commercial Music Ensemble University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton Free, with suggested donation of $10 Information: 561-297-3853 Saturday, November 19, 7 p.m. Concert: FAU Symphony Orchestra presents Famous Themes from Around the World University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton Free with suggested donation of $10 Information: 561-297-3853Upcoming events in Boca Raton 561-208-6029School District employees at the Fulton-Holland Education Services Center and all other administrative offices will honor administrative employees who are veterans at a Veterans Day ceremony. The event will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, November 11, at the flag pole in front of the district headquarters building, 3300 Forest Hill Boulevard, Palm Springs. Students of the Atlantic High School Junior ROTC will present the colors, and students of the A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts Vocal Ensemble will sing the National Anthem and close with God Bless America. Superintendent Wayne Gent will speak and read the names and acknowledge veterans who now serve the students, parents, staff and school district community. Several veterans will share their experiences and talk about the meaning and importance of Veterans Day.Palm Beach County School District employees to honor vets

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3 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune ABC Construction Building, Inc.General Contracting / Designing / Building / Planning Consulting / Engineering / Surveying Your Home Remodeling Center Story, photos by Dale M. King BOCA RATON A sea of pink ribbons, dresses, suits and jackets stretched out across the Mizner Center at the Boca Raton Resort and Club Oct. 28, uniting nearly 1,500 people in a common battle against breast cancer. The Go Pink in the City theme was complemented by the special guest appearance of Kristin Da vis, a star of Sex and the City on TV and in films. Also addressing the crowd was Dr. Louise Morrell, medical director of the Christine E. Lynn Women's Health and Wellness Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. She talked about advances in breast cancer treatment, but also noted that the Number 1 killer of women is lung cancer. She said the institute is about to launch a new initiative for lung cancer to reduce mortality. This is not us and you, it is just us. Cancer affects all of us, said Morrell. This year, it has affected many of our colleagues and friends. She said her 56-year-old cousin from the Chicago area an athlete who did all she was supposed to do to avoid cancer, but contracted it anyway. Morrell told of her cousins long, arduous task of traveling around and waiting weeks at a time for treatment from specialists. It took from January to Oc tober of 2011 to complete it. At Bocas cancer institute, Morrell said, all specialists our team -are under one roof, and the Go Pink luncheon draws nearly 1,500 to support ght against breast cancer In the crowd at the Go Pink in the City event were Linda Spielmann, a breast cancer survivor, and Kelly Smallridge, head of the Palm Beach County Business Development Board. Dr. Louise Morrell addresses the crowd. Actress Kristin Davis at the Go Pink in the City event. task could have been completed much sooner. Time is of the essence, she said, when battling cancer. Morrell urged women to live by the 4Ps: Preemptive, Proactive, Personalized and Partners. A short film on the state of the art facility offered emotional testimonials from those treated at the center and recovering from the dreadful disease. Davis offered her own personal story of how she did not her first mammogram until she was in her early 40s. She was prompted to do so by the case of another actress from Sex and the City, Cynthia Nixon, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, but held it secret. Nixon has since been cured. I went to New York and had a mammogram, said Davis. The next day I got a call to come back. There was something unusual about it. After several biopsies and an ultrasound, it was found to be calcium deposits. This brings home the idea that you cant take things for granted. We need to get mammograms, Da vis added. We can all support each other. There are so many advances going on and the Lynn Cancer Institute is at the forefront of these advances. They come from the support of all of you, today and tomorrow. Volunteers with the Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) were very busy over the summer. From July 1 through Sept. 30, they donated more than 1,000 labor hours to help improve Palm Beach Countys environment. Nearly 400 volunteers worked on 17 habitat restoration projects in countyowned natural areas and restoration areas. They removed 9,930 pounds of trash and invasive exotic vegetation from wooded areas and scrublands, and along the Intracoastal Wa terway and Lake Worth Lagoon. The trash varied from ski goggles and a tricycle to pink bath tile and car parts. Volunteers also planted 11,360 native grasses and flowers around a habitat restoration project at Pondhawk Natural Area in Boca Raton. Volunteers installed 700 feet of fencing at Seacrest Scrub Natural Area in Boynton Beach to prevent gopher tortoises from leaving the property and venturing onto adjacent roadways. They collected thousands of red mangrove seeds for use in 2012 wetland restoration projects in the Lake Worth Lagoon. For more information on joining ERMs volunteer program, please visit the departments website at www.pbcgov.com/erm.Environment volunteers donate 1,000 hours to keep county clean Volunteers removed 1,380 pounds of trash from Juno Dunes Natural Area on July 16.

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5 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. INDULGE YOUR SENSES BOCA STYLE WITH GREAT JAZZ, FOOD AND WINE Your Style For LifeTM RO AL PALM PLACETM TMThe Funky Biscuit (Formerly Club 303)303 SE Mizner Blvd ROYAL PALM PLACE Boca Raton, FL 33432 561.392.8920 www.royalpalmplace.comThe Funky Biscuit (Formerly Club 303)303 SE Mizner Blvd ROYAL PALM PLACE Boca Raton, FL 33432 561.392.8920 www.royalpalmplace.comSaturday, November 19, 2011 Doors Open at 7pm Reservations online at Eventbrite.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Golf and Thanksgiving Buffet Lunch Join us for...5800 NW 2nd Avenue, Boca Raton(3 blocks north of Yamato, SW corner of Jerey) 561-994-0400 ext 241 | www.oceanbreezegolf.comLunch will include:Roast turkey, corn potatoes, yams, salad, rolls, cranberry sauce, dessert & coffee/tea.$31This will include golf, cart and breakfast. Anyone interested in having Thanksgiving lunch only (no golf)..... $15 Thanksgiving lunch for an additional $8 BOCA RATON The holidays seem to be approaching at blinding speed. Stores are already stocked with gifts and dec orations. Events are being scheduled. And Santa Claus himself will arrive Friday at the Town Center at Boca Raton Mall. In addition, Boca businesses, groups and individuals are preparing for the fifth annual Rotary Club Carousel Day on Dec. 4. Participants in this special event will get free rides on the carousel at Sugar Sand Park in return for dona tions of unwrapped toys for needy children. There will also be free hot dogs and hamburgers with all the fixins on Carousel Day. In the meantime, Santa is inviting families to participate in an interactive Musical Candy Cane Parade as he ushers in the holiday season at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Town Center. The Boca Raton Community High School Band, BRAVO Academy, Boca Raton Police and Fire Rescue, Rudolph the RedNosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, the Original Penguin, Twisty the Pretzel and Santa Lolla Dolls will be on hand for tree lighting and festive fun. Once inside the mall, Santa will light the Arrigo Fiat holiday tree in front of Pottery Barn and invite shoppers to join him for complimentary hot cocoa courtesy of Crate & Barrel. Photos with Santa will be available at 6:30 p.m. and will run through Dec. 24. Through the Holiday Mail for Heroes program, kids can participate in card-making activities on Dec 10 at Santas Breakfast and Simon mall personnel will take care of the mailing. The mall will also feature the Oakes Spectac ular Train Ride, weekend entertainment and digital interactive promotions to win prizes and a $10,000 shopping spree (text prize148 to 74666). Carousel Day Dec. 4 sponsored by the Boca Ra ton Rotary Sunset Club offers family fun and free rides on the carousel. Participants are urged to bring new, unwrapped toys that will be given to needy kids who may not otherwise receive any presents this holiday season. The toys will be presented to the children at the Wayne Barton Study Center. Those children will also get meals from Boca Helping Hands. Boca Raton Rotary Sunset was instrumental in raising money to help purchase the intricate merry-go-round at Sugar Sand Park. Because of the Rotarys generosity, the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Parks District, which owns the play area, offered the club a chance to use the carousel one day a year without charge. This day of free rides and food in exchange for a donated toy is sponsored by the Boca Raton Rotary Club Sunset along with the Boca Raton Tribune, Scout Troop 337 and the Boca Raton West Rotary Club. For more informa tion, call 561-347-3900.Boca Raton welcomes Santa, prepares for Carousel Day on December 4 A publicaton of Your business can not aord to miss this opportunity to reach out the right customers. For more information email: giftquide@bocaratontribune.com Space Reservation Deadline is Nov10th, 2011

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6 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Dr. S. Benjamin Roldan D.M.D. M.S. P.A. and Associates 561.672.78942800 North Federal Hwy, Suite 300 | Boca Raton, FL 33431 Full Service Salon & Spa HAIR STUDIO First Time Clients Get 10 % O when you bring this ad

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7 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL FAU sponsoring ne arts festival fundraiserBOCA RATON -A posthumous retrospective exhibit of the art of Claire V. Dorst (1922-2011) is showing through November 28 at the Sugar Sand Park Community Claire Dorst was a prac ticing artist for 60 years and taught painting from the elementary school to university level throughout that time. He was chairman of the Art Department of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton for 20 years and was granted Professor Emeritus status upon his retirement in 1990. In addition, he taught private classes in wa tercolor at the Boca Raton Museum of Art School, the Tequesta Lighthouse Gallery, the Armory Art School and at Sugar Sand Park. The exhibit will cover the entire span of his ca reer, from student work to his first experiment with abstract expressionism in oil through his mature explorations of textures in acrylic to his most recent watercolor efforts. The works range from pure geometric abstraction to realistic figurative depic tions. Also, Boca Raton artist Ana M. Viola-Prioli will present Bracts and Woods. This exhibition will feature hand carved wooden sculptures, as well as original works created from palm tree bracts, a modified leaf protecting the inflorescence of a plant, which in the case of a palm tree can be up to four feet long. Viola-Prioli has been working with this element for the past year, playing with its natural shape and texture that inspire and guide her paintings on it. Posthumous exhibit of Claire V. Dorsts artwork at Sugar Sand Park Art work by Claire V. Dorst Art work by Ana M. Viola-Prioli The bract is not only part of the artwork but also its canvas and its frame. For further information call (561)347-3900, or visit www.sugarsandpark.org. BOCA RATON -Olympic Heights Community High School under the direction of Art Teacher Jane Tobal, was selected as the high school winner from South Florida schools to have the opportunity to display their environmentally-themed mural at the Wyland Living Green Fair this past weekend at Mizner Park in Boca Raton. Fifty participating classes in grades 4 to 12 received classroom mural kits and paint supplies from the Wyland Living Green Fair, Blue Shield / Blue Cross of South Florida, and Fredrix Artist Canvas to create 5 x 10 mural paintings that express the 2011 theme, Living Greener, Living Healthier. This was a unique opportunity for students to explore their relationship to their local environment through art, said Wyland, who is renowned throughout the world for his environmental murals. Organizers of the mural contest gave students from the winning classes an opportunity to paint with Wyland himself November 5 at the Living Green Fair. The winners received a $125 cash prize for art supplies for their school. Other area schools participating in the Wyland Olympic Heights participates in Wyland Fair at Mizner Park Fair were: Aftercare Program-Morikami Park Elementary School; Charles ChapelaDel Prado Elementary School and Linda KuneshS.D. Spady Elementary Montessori Mag net School. The 2011 Wyland Living Green Fair was a family-friendly event bringing together more than 2,500 attendees to experience art, community involvement, health & wellness, and awareness about the environment. Thousands showed up at the event. BOCA RATON -The visual arts and art history department and University Galleries at Florida Atlantic University will host their second annual Fine Arts Festival on Saturday, November 12 and Sunday, November 13, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Performing and Visual Art Centers on FAUs Boca Raton campus. The art and design work of professional artists and FAU students will be on exhibit and for sale. The event is free, and the public is welcome. The festival will fea ture a wide selection of art media, including works in ceramics, drawing, painting, jewelry, photography, printmaking, sculpture and more. Prices range from $10 to $10,000. There will also be food, music and a silent auction each day to benefit the Visual Arts Scholarship Fund. The University Galleries will be open featuring the Biennial FAU Faculty exhibition. The FAU Fine Arts Festival is the premier fundraising event of the year for the Visual Arts and Art History Department. All the proceeds directly benefit their mission of educating artists, art historians and designers by providing them with scholarship opportunities, access to state-of-the-art traditional and digital arts facilities and enrichment through a visiting artist lecture series.

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8 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Letters must be signed with name clearly legible along with a phone number and complete address. No unsigned or anonymous letters will be considered for publication. The Boca Raton Tribune reserves the right to edit the letters for The Boca Raton Tribune, spelling, grammar, news style, good taste and available space. Letters from the same author will not be published more often than every 60 days. E-mails to columnists may be used as letters to the editor.Letter Guidelines By Dale King Letters to the EditorThe Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher C.E.OC.O.O. C.M.0 Managing Editor Associate Editor Andy Rooney: A newmans newsmanSunday nights are going to be a bit lonelier at our home. Andy Rooney, the crusty, grandfatherly icon of the broadcast airwaves and fixture on the CBS news program, Minutes for as many years as I can remember, has died at the age of 92. Minutes has been must watch at my home since I lived with my parents. For me, a young news reporter at the time, the program was and always has been a showcase for seasoned journalists from Mike Wallace to Harry Reasoner, Lesly Stahl to Ed Bradley. And then there was Andy Rooney, always pulling up the rear of the program, offering some offthe-wall comments about some of the absurdities of our crazy world. This crazy world offered many and Andy picked off quite a few. As I watched Andy Rooney over the years, I came to appreciate the mans knowledge and the steps he took to hone his craft. You see, being a professional journalist is something I have literally devoted my life to. I am proud of my career, and it hurts to see newspapers falling by the wayside as people turn to electronic devices first radios, then TV, then computers and now hand-held devices, to get their news. To me, it takes a certain kind of person instilled with a certain level of training to be a good journalist. I know Andy Rooney had it. Over the years, I learned a lot about Rooney. He launched his long ca reer during World War II as a correspondent for the Stars and Stripes military newspaper. Rooney continue to work on his skills, fashioning a sharp, barb-like wit that skewered many a pompous individual over the years. Andy wrapped up 33 years of his opinionated stay on Minutes barely a month ago when he delivered his final A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney. He died at a New York City hospital last Friday of complications following minor surgery, according to CBS. I feel a certain closeness to Andy Rooney, not simply because we shared a similar vocation. I remember working for the newspaper in Pawtucket, R.I. at the same time Andys son, Brian, was a reporter at the nearby Providence Journal-Bulletin. I dont know if our paths ever crossed, but it seemed to give the Rhode Island journalistic arena a boost to have the progeny of a famous newsman in our midst. Andy Rooney eschewed fame. He grumbled that if anyone saw him in a restaurant, they should just stay away from him and let him eat his dinner. Besides that, Andy Rooney seemed like one of us, a humble man just trying to earn a living by offering editorial comments like many of us who have toiled at writing editorials. I just dont get that same feeling about such news folks as Anderson Cooper or that untouchable ilk. For millions of Americans, Andy was a welcome visitor into their homes on Sunday evenings, an old familiar face appearing for a few minutes at the tail end of one of the most highly rated programs in television history. Viewers of the TV newsmagazine who saw him as a friend, neighbor or relative knew what to expect from the man who offered his opinions on a broad array of topics. Wry. Curmudgeonly. Whimsical. An articulate Everyman. Unruffled yet quizzical. A crank. A complainer. The man of a thousand questions. Those are just some of the words journalists have used to describe the man TV Guide called "America's favorite grump, according to the Los Angeles Times. Rooney was one of those well-school journalists who set the standard for those of us who have tried to uphold the honor of that trade. There is nothing more sickening to me or to Andy, Im sure than watching those many, many, journalistic wannabes who use the scandalous and salacious to earn their livings. Imagine real news on such networks as E or MTV. No way. Andy, you were one of a kind. There will never be another one like you. Dear Dale, Thank you for publishing the story about the holiday ornaments available at the Boca Raton Historical Society Gift Shop. We have some new ornaments and other items with historical themes this year. Sincerely, Susan Gillis, Curator Archives & Collections Dept. Boca Raton Historical Society To the editor: Thank you for the continuing publicity you give to the programs presented in the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters at Florida Atlantic University. Sincerely, Polly Burks Coordinator of Public Relations School of the Arts and Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters Dear Dale, Thank you for the great article you wrote about the event at the Heart Painter. Evelyn Ballin Lead artist at The Heart Painter, Inc.

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9 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. is a Florida resident who, for many years, was a professor at the post-graduate level. received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida. By Douglas Heizer The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL Perhaps a most colorful illustration of inter-dependence, is that of a body and its many parts. It vividly shows that all members belong together, and are a significant part of one another for adequate functioning. They cannot operate alone without affecting the rest. Although it is very easy for anyone to understand this issue from this physical perspective, it is often a bit harder to practice that reality in personal interactions. Yet, in the living of our daily lives in any situation, we truly benefit from what some persons may offer us, just as others equally profit from what we may be ready and willing to impart to them. It is very sad when pride, arrogance, impa tience, or timidity would keep one from seeking support from others. Some persons fear to ask for anything, wrongfully assuming that it makes them inferior; they prefer to give the appearance of having it all, or of knowing everything. When people come to me for counseling on any issues Im capable of helping, I begin the session by praising them for seeking assistance instead of acting on their own impulses, or depending solely on their personal insights. It is always a sign of strength instead of a demonstration of weakness when people are ready to solicit the aid of others, when these others can provide it! I never forget an episode of the TV program Candid Camera, viewed over fifty years ago. It depicted people at a Diners counter, drinking their morning coffee. To see how people would react, the program directors had glued the cups to their saucers. Yet, out of several persons sipping their coffee in that strange manner, perhaps only two were bold enough to inquire about that strange situation, or to ask for another cup, detached from its saucer. All others sought no exchange of utensils, even if inconvenienced by that experience. Some people thought it was a new trend, one got disgusted and didnt finish his drink, a few used their spoons to imbibe the content from the entire cup, while still others tried in vain to remove the cup from the saucer. But only two, at most, ever asked for help or an explanation! We can avoid unnec essary headaches, we can become better informed, we can learn many new things, if we simply ask those who are around us, to aid us in a variety of situations and circumstances. There should be no fear of being made debtors to others on any issue; neither is our intelligence or power diminished when we raise a question or seek a favor from anyone, whoever he or she may be! Although all humans aid ultimately comes from above, may we never miss anything that can be sent our way through others, because of our unfounded sense of superiority, personal arrogance, or any such illegitimate sentiment. Let us also, likewise, be available to others by responding to their needs, or in initiating what may enrich their lives or promote their wellbeing!The Value of Interdependence With Veterans Day coming up Friday, I cant help thinking of the honor and pride that Americans take in those who fought for this nation and particularly for those who made the supreme sacrifice and gave their lives for our freedom. You see, my native country, Brazil, has not been involved in many contemporary wars. The Brazilian Army did fight along side American soldiers in Italy during World War II. But that is the only conflict they have taken part in lately. My father-in-law was a soldier during World War II, and when he came to visit the family and me here in the United States, he was amazed at all the monuments that America has built to honor soldiers. There are many just here in the Boca Raton area, but so many stand and continue to be built in every other state. The nations capital, Washington, D.C., seems to have the most war and veterans memorials. My father-in-law was a little stunned. Back in Brazil, there is really only one monument honoring soldiers, and that one stands in Rio de Janeiro. I guess it shouldnt come as a surprise that a country with only a minimal wartime history would not give a lot of space to the exploits of its soldiers. Since arriving here, I have come to realize America devotes much honor, reverence and pride to its veterans the tremendous effort the United States has made and continues to make -on the fields of battle. Veterans Day, I have come to find out, marked the end of World War I, a conflict once referred to as the Great War and the war to end all wars. The armistice that concluded World War I was signed at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Coincidentally, this years observance of Veterans Day will take place on the 11th day of the 11th month of the 11th year in the 21st century. Perhaps because of this oddity, we will spend a little more time remembering the sacrifice of soldiers, from the Revolution through the War of 1812, the War Between the States, the two World Wars, Korea, Vietnam and the Afghanistan/Iraq War. In Brazil, there is no day to honor soldiers. There are few soldiers to honor. I doubt if many of the young men and women in Brazil even realize the Army took part in a ma jor war in the midst of the 20th century. And if they do, does it matter to them? It certainly matters to all Americans, young and old. The United States has been the nation that stepped in to help bring wars to a close. It has provided provisions to its own troops and to those of other nations. And just 10 years ago, the United States suffered through a horrible terror attack that has touched everyone in this nation, whether they are native born or not. We all pray for peace, even though we remain prepared for war. There are na tions on this planet that we know would like to see the U.S. come to its knees. Still, we pray for peace. For a sustained peace would mean that monuments, statues and other memorial markers would not be needed. Perhaps one great celebratory monument would be sufficient to honor a period of ongoing peace. That is one idea that all nations should support. Veterans memorial in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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10 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Boca Raton, along with neighboring communities, will pause to honor soldiers past and present Friday with special Veterans Day ceremonies. Boca Raton will have a morning service at the Boca Raton Cemetery, 449 SW 4th Ave., and an evening concert at the Mizner Park Amphitheater. The cemetery event starting at 9 will include patriotic drills by the New Young Patriots and Naval Junior ROTC program; music by the Boca Raton Special events planned in Boca, around county, for Veterans DayCommunity High School Band and the Coastmen Chorus of Palm Beach; speakers from various veterans organizations and the presentation of a com memorative wreath. The New Young Patriots and NJROTC Honor Guard will appear at the concert which starts at 7 p.m. The performance will feature the New Gar dens Band under the direction of Owen Seward. All Veterans Day events are free. Activities in other communities include: WEST PALM BEACH The Palm Beach County Veterans Day Parade will take place at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11, on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach. Spectators will be given U.S. Flags and can march with the veterans at the end of the parade. It will begin at Clematis Street and Sapodilla Avenue and move east to the fountain at Centennial Square at the Waterfront. PALM BEACH GARDENS Veterans Day ceremony and concert, 11 a.m., Veterans Plaza, 10500 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens. Music by U.S. Army Signal Corps Band. Call (561) 630-1100. BOYNTON BEACH Veterans Day celebra tion, 10 a.m., Veterans Bicentennial Park, 411 N. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach. Two monuments unveiled; firing squad. Call (561) 2761796. WELLINGTON Veterans Day ceremony, 12165 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington. Parade and ceremony. Call (561) 791-4733. ROYAL PALM BEACH 9 a.m., Veterans Park, 1036 Royal Palm Beach Blvd., Royal Palm Beach. Call (561) 790-5149. SALUTE TO VETERANS The American Health Society and The United States Marine Corps League, co-sponsors of the annual SALUTE TO VETERANS Luncheon in Palm Beach County, announced that singer Lou Galterio will perform several patriotic songs at the event, which will be held at noon on Veterans Day Friday at Benvenuto Restaurant, 1730 North Federal Highway in Boynton Beach. This patriotic event also will include remarks by U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, plus a special reading by award-winning soldierpoet Brian Turner, whose appearance is courtesy of the Palm Beach Poetry Festival. The cost to attend this years SALUTE TO VETERANS luncheon is $40 per person. RSVP to 561.361.909. on East Camino Real in the heart of Boca Raton r fnftbnnr b BocaRatonWineAndFoodFestival.comrfntbnn bbn bn nbnb nn bn nnnnnb nnn nnn nn nrn n nnftb Friday, November 11 7 PM to 10 PMr rSaturday, November 12 6 PM to 10 PM r rfrfntbrrrf r f n t

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11 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON IKO IKO will hit the stage at the Mizner Park Amphitheater tonight (Nov. 10) at 7:30 p.m. as part of the city of Boca Ratons Jazz Live at MPA, a fall series of free jazz concerts. In addition to the live music, attendees will be able to watch as students of the Boca Museum of Art paint to the beats. Back in 1987, Graham Wood Drout had the idea that bringing extremely diverse musicians together would create something new that was greater than the sum of its parts. More than 30 years later, his songs, & his band IKO IKO, show that this formula is extremely effective for his signature sound that blends Drouts own roots in Texas, Brazil, New Jersey & Miami with those of his bandmates. IKO IKOs music was described as an eclectic mix of southern musical traditions creating a backbeat-driven powerhouse blend of Blues, Rock, and Gulf Coast Americana, what Drout catagorizes as Urban Swamp Blues. The bands line-up includes Drout on the guitars & vocals; John Good Rockin Johnny Wenzel lead guitar; Mitch Mestel bass & vocals; Ron Taylor keyboards; Nicole Nicky Yarling fiddle & vocals and Daniel East drums. Blankets and chairs are allowed, but chairs will also be available to rent for $20. There is a premium seating area in front of the stage or upstairs in the colonnades, where the chairs are $5. Food truck samplings and a cash bar will be offered on site, and therefore outside food and beverages are prohibited. Free parking in the Mizner Park garages, valet and metered parking also available. All events are rain or shine, and in the case of inclement weather, the concerts will be presented at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Centers Studio Theater, located at the south end of Mizner Park (201 Plaza Real). Seating at this venue will be limited to the first 250 people. For more info visit www. mizneramphitheater.com or www.downtownboca.org Schedule of Events: Sunday, Nov 13 7:00 p.m. FAU Jazz Band and Marching Band Thursday, Nov 17 7:30 p.m. Conjunto Progresso (Latin Jazz & Salsa) http://conjuntoprogreso. tripod.com/id7.html Friday, Dec 2 7:30 p.m. Nicole Henry (smooth & swing) http://www.nicolehenry.com/Jazz Live at MPA presents IKO IKO and their Urban Swamp Blues sounds You probably got a little missive from Tax Collector Anne M. Gannon this past week. Gannon announced that 2011 property tax bills were put into the mail Nov. 1. We mailed 705,964 property tax bills. That represents total tax revenue of 3.07 billion, said Gannon. The ad valorem tax, calculated by the property appraiser, represents $2.7 billion in property values. The non ad valorem tax, a flat fee per acre or housing unit, makes up the balance, or $330 million. The five cities in Palm Beach County paying the most in property taxes are West Palm Beach (assessed value : $11 billion, total taxes:$68 million), Boca Raton (assessed value: $19.3 billion, total taxes: $51.8 million), Delray Beach (assessed value: $7.4 billion, total taxes: $44 million), town of Palm Beach (assessed value: $12.2 billion, total taxes: $38 million) and Riviera Beach (assessed value: $3.7 billion, total taxes: $27 million). Top taxpayers, by amount of tax billed, in Palm Beach County are: Florida Power & Light Co. $57,318,651.50 BellSouth Telecommunications Inc. $7,429,139.61 Town Center at Boca Raton Trust $6,934,462.72 Landry Lawrence L $4,562,021.39 Comcast of Florida $3,666,229.13 Panthers BRHC LTC $3,419.927.79 Florida Power & Light Co. $3,300,159.84 TJ Palm Beach Associates LTD PTRS $2,973,748.95 2700 North Ocean LLC $2,903,013.25 Breakers Palm Beach Inc. $2,708,719.10 HUBB Properties Trust $2,451,555.73 Land Resources Inv Co. $2,389,615.51 Boca Raton CRA Lessor $2,143,728.38 West Palm Beach CRA Lessor $1,967,856.26 Palm Beach Shores Resort $1,893,444.25 Batmasian James H. $1,891,460.61 Evergreen Britannia 013 $1,800,186.06 KBSII CityPlace Tower $1,720,227.01 JFK Medical Center $1,696,029.32 Marriott Ownership Resorts $1,682,187.63 Approximately 80 percent of taxpayers pay in November. That means they receive the maximum discount of 4 percent for early payment, said Gannon. This tax savings can make a difference for families in these difficult economic times. Gannon said she knows that some financially strug gling families lack the resources needed to pay their taxes. A tax payment could be the difference between keeping their home or foreclosure. Florida has a tax deferral option (Florida Statute Chapter 197.2421 and 197.2423) for those with yearly incomes of $10,000 or less. The program only postpones the tax payment. It provides some short term relief. Chapter 197.162, Florida Statutes provides discounts for early payments as follows: All payments are due by close of business March 31. Any payment made after April 1 is considered delinquent. Gannon has some advice for taxpayers: Pay property taxes online to avoid waiting in line at busy service centers. The agency recently upgraded its e-Gov Payment System, replacing an antiquated system that lack enhanced features. The website has a Property Tax Help feature that includes important information on payments, deadlines, and discounts. Taxpayers may also pay by mail. They must include the property control number(s) on their check and return without staples or clips. Non-compliance results in rejection by the agencys high speed mail processing. Rejected returns must be processed by hand and take much longer. For taxpayers who prefer visiting a service center, they are encouraged to use drop boxes for payments. A drop box is located at each Tax Collector Service Center. Property tax payments will be accepted at the Lantana office.Gannon begins collection of $3.07 billion in revenue in Palm Beach County

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12 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. By: Pedro Heizer Dr. Anthony Pannozzo of the Pannozzo Institute has been one of the few doctors Ive been to that encourage you not to take the surgical route, Surgery is always a failure of treatment, says Dr. Pannozzo; its kind of like his mantra. Three years ago, I tore my anterior cruciate liga ment (ACL for short) and the first thing the doctors told me to do is have surgery to fix the tear. ACLs are over diagnosed, explained Dr. Pannozzo. I dont really understand what they are doing when they do an ACL Surgery because the ACL is really out of reach. ACL surgery is one of the top ten most common surgeries in the United States according to the US Department of Health and Human Services. Its all about understanding the anatomy of hows its made, says Dr. Pannozzo about the knee. If the front of your knee hurts, its a hip problem, not a knee one. Since my surgery, Ive never felt the same. My knee would always hurt when I walked, when I walked up steps, you name it. I couldnt do much of anything because my knee would start to hurt after a while. But thanks to Dr. Pannozzo that is now a thing of the past. Dr. Pannozzo s diagnostics skills can be compared to the ones by Dr. House of the FOX hit TV series House M.D. As I walked in to see Dr. Pannozzo, I sat in the chair as we talked about Dr. Anthony Pannozzo Cares about You, Not Your MoneyThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL what was wrong. Does it hurt here? he would ask, How about now? Do you feel that? after repeatedly saying no, Dr. Pannozzo looked at me and said, Your knee is in perfect condition, there is nothing wrong with it. Dr. Pannozzo then asked me to stand up and bend backwards and asked if it hurt, it did. He just grinned at me and asked me to come with him to the x-ray room. After my x-rays were taken we saw what the real problem was. My right leg is shorter than my left and it was putting a lot of pressure on my right knee and thats what the pain in my knee was. Its all about understanding the anatomy of how its made and how its supposed to work, Dr. Pannozzo explained to me; a process that he likes to call The Physiology of Motion. You must understand the physiology of pain, explained Dr. Pannozzo. You must know whats causing the pain; you must understand that before you can treat it. Dr. Pannozzo gives all his patients a shot of decadron which is a commonly used anti-inflammatory that he uses to help loosen up the tense muscles. In my case, he gave me a shot of decadron in my sacroiliac ligament in my pelvis. The shot alleviated the stress that it was having because of the shorter leg. He also gave me a shot in my lower back where I was feeling a lot of pain because of my shorter leg as well. Aside from the decadron, Dr. Pannozzo gave me an insole to put in my shoes so my hip can be leveled and not lopsided. Its been almost a month since Ive been at Dr. Pannozzos office and I have not felt any pain in my knee ever since that day. I wear the insoles in my shoes every day and I feel much better. The pain I had in my lower back is also gone thanks to the decadron shots. Dr. Pannozzo is an incredible person and an amazing doctor. He healed me from my injury that had affected me for the past three years and Im finally able to go out and play basketball once again thanks to his treatment. His treatments are all safe and I highly recommend you give Dr. Anthony Pannozzo a call if you have hip, back or knee pain. His office is located at 16244 South Military Trail Suite 740, in Delray Beach. You can reach him at (561) 3815800, tell him Pedro sent you. Go ahead and try him, you have nothing to lose, only to gain.

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13 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune By Commissioner Burt Aaronson, District 5 On a bitter winter night in 1943, four Army chaplains stood on the deck of the torpedoed and foundering USAT Dorchester, while hundreds of American soldiers around them prepared to slip into the icy depths of the North Atlantic. After they removed their life jackets and gave them to others ,sealing their fates aboard the doomed Army transport vessel, the chaplains one Catholic, two Protestant and one Jewish were last seen with their heads bowed in prayer, offering spiritual comfort to the terrified soldiers. At Arlington National Cemetery, monuments honor Catholic, Protestant and World War I chaplains who died on active duty. On Monday, October 24th, 14 Jewish chaplains who died in service to our country got the recognition that they deserved. It took nearly four years and $50,000 in donations, but the seven-foot granite monument with an attached bronze plaque listing their names was dedicated in a ceremony attended by representa tives of the Armed Forces, Congress, the Jewish community and relatives of the fallen chaplains. Prior to October 24th, the plaque was on tour up the east coast to Arling ton. I had the privilege of viewing it while it was on display at the Ruth Rales Jewish Family Services Weisman Delray Community Center. There was a short program about the monument and the role of Jewish chaplains in the military that featured Rabbi Sanford Dresin, a retired colonel in the United States Army and Director of Military Programs at the Aleph Institute. Rabbi Dresin served with three of those named on the monument. In sharing my thoughts during the program, I said, This plaque is long overdue and I hope one day the government will thank the Jewish war veterans by having a stamp issued in their honor. In the coming weeks, we will be observing Veterans Day and remembering the attack on Pearl Harbor. In a sense, these two days remind us that we are very proud of those who fought and died to keep our country safe and to preserve our freedom. It is fitting that Thanksgiving falls between November 11th and December 7th. As you gather Commissioner Aaronson recalls bravery of Army chaplainsFrom left are Shelley Rood, Jewish Federations of North America; Palm Beach County Commissioner Burt Aaronson; Danielle Hartman, Ruth Rales Jewish Family Services and Rabbi Sanford Dresin. around your Thanksgiving table with your family and friends and give thanks for all that we have, remember all the brave men and women who served or are serving in our Armed Forces. Remember those four chaplains, Catholic, Protestant and Jewish who stood together on the deck of the Dorchester praying and bringing a sense of calm and peace to a tragic situation. Palm Beach County commissioners have begun discussing how to redraw their political dis trict boundaries as part of a decennial effort to rebalance district populations based on the 2010 Census. County administrators have created four different maps, each with its own set of boundary changes. Option 4 was tentatively selected. The board directed staff to make a few more adjustments and bring back the item for two required public hearings Commissioners must finalize the boundary changes before the end of the year. At the Nov. 1 meeting, commissioners took the following action: Online sales tax agreed to support state legislative efforts to collect sales taxes on goods purchased online. Currently, Florida has a use tax on the books, but there is no practical way to enforce collection. Small Business Development Center rein stated $34,000 that had been cut from the annual contract with Palm Beach State Colleges Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and ap proved a budget transfer from contingency. Financial policies discussed and approved general financial policies as recommended by the Government Finance Officers Association for the FY-2013 budget cycle. SFRTA adopted a resolution opposing state legislation that eliminates the countys ability to ap point local citizen mem bers to the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTAS), allows the governor to make appointments from outside the tri-county area, and alters control and allocation of SFRTA funding Restricted-use properties approved on preliminary reading and to advertise for public hearing on Nov. 15 an ordinance waiving the annual renewal application requirement for restricteduse properties if such classification has previously been applied for and granted. Roads discussed and approved on preliminary reading and to advertise for public hearing on Nov. 15 a series of amendments to the countys fiveyear road program. Vehicles for hire ap proved on preliminary reading and to advertise for public hearing on Nov. 15 an ordinance extend ing for another six months a moratorium on new vehicle-for-hire companies wishing to do business in Palm Beach County. County Commission begins redrawing political district boundaries

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14 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Boca Police Safety TipBoca Raton Police BlotterThe Boca Raton Tribune MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL BOCA RATON Police arrested two men Tuesday for allegedly robbing the Pizza Hut at 21342 St. Andrews Boulevard. Officers responded to the robbery report about 1:20 p.m. Police said the victim, a store employee, was alone and had just turned around to face the counter when she saw a male standing with a gun pointed at her. When the suspect demanded the money, the vic tim took the cash drawer from the register and set it on the counter. The suspect took the cash from the drawer and walked out. A police report said several witnesses saw the suspect leave the store and walk to the rear of the pla za. Both witnesses noticed the suspect because he was wearing a grey bandana over the lower half of his face. One witness saw the suspect get into the passenger seat of a green Chrysler with a tan convertible top and drive north behind the plaza. Officers in the area located the suspects driving in a nearby residential area. The vehicle was stopped and the driver, Sean Orta gun, 22, and the passenger, Nikko Albanese, 19, were questioned. The victim and witness identified Albanese as the person who robbed the Pizza Hut and was seen running from the store. Officers checked the property around Ortaguns house and discovered a firearm near the air conditioning unit. A check on the guns serial number revealed it had been stolen in a burglary on October 25th. Police said Albanese and Ortagun are charged with robbery with a firearm, Albanese was also charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Additional charges may be forthcoming, said police.Boca Police arrest two for allegedly robbing Pizza Hut BOCA RATON -Due to construction on Florida Atlantic Boulevard, until normal traffic resumes, trips on southbound Palm Tran Route 94 will detour via NW 35th Street, NW 6th Avenue and NW 34th Street back to Florida At lantic Boulevard, the transit authority announced. Additional stops will be established at the Research Park. Northbound trips on Route 94 are not affected. For assistance, call the customer service department at 561-841-4287.Palm Tran announces detour for Route 94 in Boca Raton BOCA RATON Local police are investigating the knifepoint theft of cash and jewelry from a home in the Preserve housing development in the 2300 block of NW 49th Lane Nov. 3. Police said officers responded just after 1 p.m. A police report said the victim told officers he heard the doorbell ring twice. He went downstairs and saw a male, wearing dark clothing and a ski mask. The suspect threatened to stab the victim if he didnt give him all the money in the house. The suspect had his hand in his pocket, which led the vic tim to believe he had a gun. Police said the victim gave the suspect his wallet, which contained his identification and several hundred dollars in cash, and his iPhone. The suspect then forced the vic tim into the kitchen where the suspect armed himself with two kitchen knives. The suspect forced the vic tim, at knifepoint, to lead him throughout the house looking for valuables. The suspect also took two iPods, a Mac Book laptop, and an iPad before barricading the victim in a bathroom and leaving the house. The victim was able to escape and run to a neighbors house where he called police. The suspect was last seen jumping the north perimeter wall surrounding the development. If anyone has informa tion about this crime, they are asked to call Detective Chris Suarez at (561) 6206146 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.Armed burglar steals cash and electronics in BocaQ: At what age can I leave my child home alone? A: While Florida statute does not give a specific age, police take several things into consideration when determining whether it is safe for a child to be home alone. The maturity level of the child, duration of time alone, ability to care for him/herself, safety of the home environment, and accessibility to food/water are some of the factors considered. If you feel your child is ready to be left home alone, make sure that he/ she understands an emergency plan you have developed, has access to a phone for dialing 911, and notify a friend, neighbor, or relative of the situation. Crime and safety questions are answered by ocers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more information, visit www.BocaPolice.com. November is national Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month and Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control has an abundance of senior pets looking for loving homes. To help celebrate, the shelter will be offering $5 adoptions on all pets age 5 years and older. In addition, all senior pets adopted from the shelter will receive a voucher for a free rabies shot and county license tag for next year. Giving a second chance to an older pet can be equally, if not more, rewarding than raising a young puppy or kitten. Older pets are usually calmer, quieter, and require less exercise than their younger counterparts. They are past the stages of chewing shoes, scratching furniture, and having accidents in the house. If you are ready to open your heart and home to a senior pet, visit the shelter at 7100 Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach, just west of the turnpike. Adoption Hours: Monday Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more informa tion, call (561) 233-1272 or visit the web site, www. pbcgov.com/animal. Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month oers $5 adoptionsBURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 11/02/2011 12:39 5900 NW 4TH AVE Two males, both about 5`3`` 130 pounds were seen attempting to gain access to the residence at 5900 NW 4th Ave at approximately 1230hrs. The telephone wires to the house were damaged. K9 responded with negative results. BURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 11/02/2011 15:42 SW 4TH AVENUE On 11/02/11, between 1200-1530 hrs., unknown suspect(s) entered home on SW 4th Avenue by breaking a master bathroom window. Once inside, suspect/s took numerous pieces of women`s jewelry totaling approximately $8,000. Suspect/s left without being detected in an unknown direction. THEFT OF AUTO TAG 11/2/11 16:53 1200 NW 13TH ST Victim reported that sometime between Saturday Oc tober 29, 2011 at 1000hrs and Tuesday November 01, 2011 at 0900hrs, unknown person(s) removed a Florida license tag from a vehicle at 1200 NW 13th St. Tag was entered into FCIC/NCIC as stolen. OTHER THEFT 11/02/2011 9:12 4000 N OCEAN BLVD At 4000 N. Ocean Blvd, Traffic Signal Technician Stephen Mazak reported that between 10/21/11 and 10/29/11, unknown suspect(s) stole the city`s $2,200 "A1A Blvd" illuminated traffic sign from the above location. SHOPLIFTING/ RETAIL THEFT 11/06/2011 18:05 686 W GLADES ROAD CVS assistant manager saw 2 suspicious subjects who he recognized as the shoplifters of 11/02/2011. They stole 6-12 ink cartridges ($300 value approx.) Last seen heading out of the parking lot in a silver older model Dodge caravan. No further information available.

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15 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. B The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA LIFE & ARTSSECTION See page 22 See page 23Tower Heist Another Caper Movie With Big Stars Love is eeting Fashion is forever Theyre altogether ooky, the Addams Family at Kravis CenterBy Skip Sheffield It was just a few days before Halloween when The Addams Family arrived in South Florida. This very strange musical based on a very strange magazine cartoon, then a TV show and movies, is a show that celebrates the kooky, macabre and different. The Addams Family has pulled up stakes from its Miami run at the Arsht Center and it is running through Nov. 13 at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Ladies and gentlemen, you are in for a treat. I read the Charles Addams cartoons in the New Yorker, I saw the television show and the Addams Family movie with the great Raul Julia as family patriarch Gomez, but this stage show, with book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice and music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, may be the best incarnation of all. Broadway veterans Douglas Sills and Sara Gettelfinger star as Gomez and Morticia Addams, heads of the household of a moldering old mansion on two acres of land in the middle of Central Park (as if). The offbeat family includes Uncle Fester (Blake Hammond), brother of Gomez; Grandma (Pippa Pearthree), who may or may not be the mother of Gomez or Morticia; 15-year-old Wednesday Addams (Cortney Wolfson), 12-year-old Pugsley (Patrick D. Kennedy), and a very tall, deepvoiced butler named Lurch (Tom Corbil). Calling on this odd family is the Beinke family of Ohio. Son Lucas (Brian Justin Crum) has fallen madly in love with Wednesday, and the feeling is mutual. The young couple is so smitten they plan to announce their engagement at a dinner at the Addams manse. Mal Beinke (Martin Vidovic) is a hard-working, no-nonsense businessman. Alice Beinke (Crista Moore) is his lovely, loyalto-a-fault wife. The Addams Family is a comedy about a clash of two very different cultures, somewhat reminiscent of The Rocky Horror Show. I love the intoxicating smell of a graveyard The Addams Family is playing through Nov. 13 at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. declares Gomez at the outset, after the familiar theme song from the television series is played, with audience finger-snapping along. Wednesday longs for One Normal Night, but she is not going to get it. While this is a comedy, it is more importantly a romancea triple romance actually. First there is the undying love and lust of Gomez for Morticia (wearing a plunging-neckline, gravity-defying black dress). Secondly come the young lovers. Finally there is strange Uncle Fester and his weird Moon fetish. The Moon and Me in Act Two is a Blake Hammond show-stopper. There is no tune catchier than the TV theme song, but the sings are serviceable and played with spirit by a real live orchestra. The three principal women are each outstanding in her own way. The aforementioned Morticia really gets her sexy on in Tango de Amore. Cortney Wolfson is a pint-size belter who is quite convincingly Crazier than you. The formerly demure Alice does a satisfying about-face in Crista Moores capable hands (and body). Yes The Addams Family is somewhat bawdy, but never distasteful. The young children in Miamis audience seemed to enjoy it as much as their parents. A Rodgers & Hammerstein-caliber classic this is not, but rousing, feel-good entertainment it is. Ticket prices start at $25. Call 800-572-8471 or go to www.kravis.org.

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16 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL e only $$$ Restaurant in Florida with $$$$$ Quality! 561-672-7553(Northeast Corner of Federal and SE 5th Street) Bring This Ad In and Get A FREE Glass of Wine! MONDAY & TUESDAYAll bottles of our ne wines at Half-PriceHAPPY HOUREveryday 4:00-7:00pmFull Bar at Half PricePlus Selected Appetizers Sunday-ThursdayYou can choose one of several appetizers plus one of several entrees and one of several desserts$32 BOCA RATON -Florida Atlantic Universitys department of theatre in the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters presents the Florida premiere of the play Widows, by Ariel Dorfman, from Friday, November 11 through Sunday, November 13, in the Studio One Theatre on FAUs Boca Raton campus. Shows are on Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays at 1 p.m. General admission tickets are $20; FAU students may purchase tickets for $12, and FAU faculty and staff may purchase tickets for $16. Tickets may be purchased at www.fauevents.com, by calling 800-564-9539 or at the theatre one hour prior to the performance. This play of fiction based on fact takes place during the regime of Augusto Pinochet in Chile from 1970 to 1998. During this time, the government arrested more than 100,000 people as political prisoners and either executed or jailed them in makeshift concentration camps. The play takes place in a small mountain village where all the men have been taken away, and the women are left to wonder if they will ever see their fathers, husbands and sons again. Dorfman has spent the greater part of his professional career as a voice of condemnation of human rights violations in Chile and in other regions around the world. He was for many years a political exile from his homeland. The play puts a human face on the tragedy that occurred in Chile and tragedies like it that have been repeated throughout history.FAUs Department of Theatre presents premiere of Widows BOCA RATON -The Second Annual Allegro Society Musical Luncheon, co-chaired by Sung Knowles and Jan Silverman, will be held Friday, November 18th at 11:30 am at the Delray Beach Club, 2001 South Ocean Boulevard in Delray Beach. The Allegro Society is a support group for the Boca Raton Symphonia. Its mission is to create more awareness for the Symphonia and to plan events that contribute to the overall funding of the orchestra, as well as to provide volunteers. The luncheon, priced at $75 per person, was a sellout last year, and is expected to again enjoy capacity attendance. The Allegro Society is hosting a scholarship competition. A $1,500 scholarship for classical instruments and piano will be awarded to the winner. This years scholarship is being underwritten by Edith and Martin Stein. High school students who live in Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach were eligible to apply for the scholarship, and the winner will perform at this years luncheon. Allegro Society Luncheon Committee members include Edith Stein, Sonya Cremin, Molly Foreman Kozel, Luz Aristizabal, Debbie Sokol, Polly and Ed Wasserman, Ingrid Davis, Mimi Sadler, Joan Gallo, Fran Kaye, Vivian Greene and Suzan Peltzie. We are very excited about this years event, said Co-Chair Sung Knowles. Raising money to support musical education and participation is so important, particularly in light of recent cutbacks for arts education. This is a great opportunity for the public to see members of the Symphonia perform as well, added Co-Chair Jan Silverman. Our musicians are highly credentialed, top notch performers. Our guests will truly enjoy their powerful and moving performance. The Boca Raton Symphonia provides professional classical music in and around the greater Boca Raton community through performances and educational outreach programs featuring na tionally and internationally acclaimed conductors and soloists. The Allegro Society was started in November 2009. It has 50 members who actively encourage attendance at Symphonia concerts. For more information, call 866-687-4201 or 866-MUSIC-01 or visit www.bocasymphonia.org.Boca Symphonia members to perform at Allegro Society luncheon Place your order for T h anksgiving Homemade Style 561-488-5737 www.picanhabrazil.netn $ 5.00 Off with this adOne coupon per person.

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18 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL SPOTLIGHT Hundreds ock to Best of Boca for food, fashion, funBOCA RATON The Annual Best of Boca event drew hundreds to the Shops at Boca Center on Military Trail Nov. 3. Thirty restaurants served food. There were four bars featuring high-end spirits and wine, live music, strolling fashions and a wine and cigar bar. From left are Gail Eagle, John and Margaret Mary Shuff (owners of Boca Magazine) and little Chloie. Hostess Shannon Fisher serves samples chicken and spring rolls from Philippe by Philippe Chow restaurant in Boca. She is joined by Miguel Garcia. Whitney Coll and Brian Douglas, owners of the new Ecoyogurt in Boca Raton, handed out samples of their cool, tasty product. Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie, left, and City Councilwoman Constance Scott enjoy the Best of Boca Debbie Abrams prepares to sip a blue martini from the Blue Martini booth at the Best of Boca. She is joined by Brittany Nelson. Award-winning singer Kendra Fulmer of Boca Raton takes a modeling turn at Best of Boca No, these arent Smurfs. Kyle James, left, and Kim Kingsbury, are dressed in blue to promote Salon Oasis, one of the many businesses at Best of Boca. Mayor Susan Whelchel with John Shuff, co-owner of Boca Magazine. Photos by Dale M. King

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19 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL bocaratontribune.comSPOTLIGHT V.I.V.A. Hair Salon holds grand opening at Boca location This past Saturday Nov, 05 2011, Viva Hair Studio opened its new location in East Boca Raton in style. The salon is located at 2800 N Federal Hwy, Suite300. The owners received dozens of guests, friends and clients who attended the inauguration, which surely will make the difference in serving the general public of the region. Viva Hair Studio will be offering special promotions, in addition to having excellent and the most experienced professionals in the area.

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20 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Join us this November for Prematurity Awareness Month and honor Floridas babies One in 8 babies is born too soon. An early birthday puts these babies at a high risk of serious health problems and lifelong disabilities. Some are so sick that they never make it home. The March of Dimes has dedicated November to raising awareness of premature birth and mobilizing support so 1 in 8 can one day become none in 8. Your support of Prematurity Awareness Month shows you care about the health of their families. Awareness is the rst step to solving the problem of premature birth.Paint the Town Purple the color of the water in the fountain to purple. Spread the Word your employee or school newsletter we have several sizes available. your friends.Educate Yourself and Others Giving Is Easy March of Dimes wants you to know that Healthy Babies Are Worth the WaitDid you know that more and more births are being scheduled a little early for important things happening to your baby in the last few weeks of pregnancy. need to develop. weight have an easier time staying warm than babies born too small. March of Dimes understands that you might not have a choice about when November is Prematurity Awareness Month devastating problem to nd out what causes it and how it can be stopped. founding global alliance members and they hope to harness the power of social media to encourage governments to give top priority to educating health professionals and women about caring for high-risk pregnancies and premature babies. People everywhere can show their support for global prematurity prevention awareness message. The March of Dimes is the leading nonprot organization for pregnancy and nacersano.org.Meet the Rothman Twins Today we can say it has been a happy ending. Our girls are perfectly healthy and love. Jim Rothman Continued...Signs and symptoms of preterm labor and what to doWhat should I do if I think Im having preterm labor? March of DimesPalm Beach Division: 1649 Forum Place, Suite 2, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.684.0102 WPB 561.276.2001 Boca Raton 561.686.8923 Fax marchofdimes.com/orida can have lifelong or life-threatening health problems. Can preterm labor be stopped? Warning signs of preterm labor EARASE DIVIDER

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21 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Join us this November for Prematurity Awareness Month and honor Floridas babies One in 8 babies is born too soon. An early birthday puts these babies at a high risk of serious health problems and lifelong disabilities. Some are so sick that they never make it home. The March of Dimes has dedicated November to raising awareness of premature birth and mobilizing support so 1 in 8 can one day become none in 8. Your support of Prematurity Awareness Month shows you care about the health of their families. Awareness is the rst step to solving the problem of premature birth.Paint the Town Purple the color of the water in the fountain to purple. Spread the Word your employee or school newsletter we have several sizes available. your friends.Educate Yourself and Others Giving Is Easy March of Dimes wants you to know that Healthy Babies Are Worth the WaitDid you know that more and more births are being scheduled a little early for important things happening to your baby in the last few weeks of pregnancy. need to develop. weight have an easier time staying warm than babies born too small. March of Dimes understands that you might not have a choice about when November is Prematurity Awareness Month devastating problem to nd out what causes it and how it can be stopped. founding global alliance members and they hope to harness the power of social media to encourage governments to give top priority to educating health professionals and women about caring for high-risk pregnancies and premature babies. People everywhere can show their support for global prematurity prevention awareness message. The March of Dimes is the leading nonprot organization for pregnancy and nacersano.org.Meet the Rothman Twins Today we can say it has been a happy ending. Our girls are perfectly healthy and love. Jim Rothman Continued...Signs and symptoms of preterm labor and what to doWhat should I do if I think Im having preterm labor? March of DimesPalm Beach Division: 1649 Forum Place, Suite 2, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.684.0102 WPB 561.276.2001 Boca Raton 561.686.8923 Fax marchofdimes.com/orida can have lifelong or life-threatening health problems. Can preterm labor be stopped? Warning signs of preterm labor EARASE DIVIDER

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22 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Everyone likes a good caper movie. Thats why Hollywood keeps making them. The latest is Tower Heist. The only original twist is the unique form of the fortune the heisters seek. I wont give it away. Tower Heist is light, entertaining fare with a decent cast. Ben Stiller is Josh Kovacs, the harried manager of a Donald Trump-type Manhattan high-rise. Alan Alda is Arthur Shaw, the Bernie Madoff-like tenant who owns the building and lives in the penthouse suite. Alda seems to relish this kind of capitalist-pig role, and he makes Shaw really reprehensible and ripe for a fall. Shaw has bilked investors for millions, maybe billions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme. The losers include his employees, who stand to have their pension fund wiped out. That fund figures out to about $20 million, which is the sum Kovacs calculates Shaw has stashed in his penthouse safe. So Kovacs enlists fellow employees and losers to cook up a scheme to break into Shaws penthouse and steal the stash. The guys include Casey Affleck, Matthew Broderick and Michael Pena, and since none has criminal experience, Kovacs enlists recently-released convict Slide (Eddie Murphy) to pull off the caper. The presence of Eddie Murphy doing his wiseguy thing guarantees some chuckles. Gabourey Sidibe, Tower Heist Another Caper Movie With Big Starsthe young woman who was so moving in Precious, shows she has comic chops too in her small role of Ponzi loser Odessa. Like most caper movies the premise is wildly improbable, but under the direction of Miami Beach native Bret Ratner, at least its fun. Two and a half stars Love a sexy French film? Gainsbourg is your ticket. Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life is the ironic title of a film by comic book artist Joann Sfar, inspired by the real life of French-Jewish artist, pianist, songwriter, singer and lover, Serge Gainsbourg. Born Lucien Ginsburg to Russian-Jewish parents, Serge (Eric Elmosino) as he later re-named himself, was precocious musically and sexually. Lucien had an enormous hooked beak of a nose, which we see parodied in a cartoon puppet figure which represents his alter ego. We see Lucien rejected by girl because he is too ugly, but that never stopped the confident Serge-to-be. Once Serge Gainsbourg became a musical star, women were only too happy to jump into his bed. In one notable scene we see him happily fornicating on the bed of rival artist Salvatore Dali. Gainsbourg is studded with celebrities of the 1960s era; most noticeably Brigitte Bardot (Laetitia Casta) who then was at the peak of her movie stardom. Other beauties he wooed and won were Juliette Greco (Anna Moug lalis) and Jane Birkin (Lucy Gordon). Serge Gainsbourg never made much of an impact in the USA. The only song of his I remember is the torrid Je TAime, with its breathy feminine spoken lyric and banned in many parts. Judging from this film, Serge (he died in 1991 at age 63) was quite a guy. Eric Elmosino has already won Best Actor awards in France and New Yorks Tribeca Film Festival) and living proof you never know what a woman is attracted to. His legacy lives on in his daughter, singeractress Charlotte Gainsbourg. Three and a half stars Eric Elmosino and Laetitia Casta in GainsbourgLocated at 34 Ocean Boulevard (A1A) in Delray Beach (561-2749404) Luna Rosa is the oldest Italian restaurant therein and boasts a wide range of traditional fare. While menu items do change according to season, many standards are always available and specials appear nightly. We sampled Diver Scallops, sauced nicely and paired with risotto, shrimp and musselsa fine dish indeed. A 6 ounce lobster tail and 4 jumbo white shrimp al Forno was broiled to perfection and served with steamed rice, sauted green beans provencale plus drawn butter and fresh lemon. Sampling a yellow tail snapper filet, lightly battered and pan fried, served with green beans, herbed rice and lemon beurre blanc was a treat for the palette. Mahi mahi, sauted with chardonnay and lemon butter sauce or served over roasted egg plant, zucchini, squash and plum tomatoes (Rattatoulle) are featured along with a lump crab crusted snapper and also marinated calamari which was char grilled and served over arugula, radicchio, grape toma toes, cucumber and Mandarin orange salad with a citrus vinaigrette. We tried (Spuntini Misti), artichoke hearts, mixed olives, roasted peppers, soppressata salami, mozzarella and marinated tomato bruschettadelicious and enough for two as was the Calamari Fritto Misto with its calamari strips, zucchini, arugula and squash in a crispy batter which we had with a Cajun aiolia great dish with a bit of a bite. We were treated to fried chicken fingers with a rich tasting to mato dressing and loved the dish. Regarding saladstheir Insalata Tritata was fine, we went overboard for the Insalata CesareRomaine tossed with Parmigiano Reg giano in a great Ceasar dressing. Six pasta choices are listedthe Creste di Gallo alla Vodka was excellent with its vodka tomato cream sauce. Likewise, the Pappadelle alla Bolognese with its D.O.P. San. Marzano to mato meat sauce. Luna Rosa does pasta right! Veal Scallopini Marsala was tender and tasty, mushrooms galore in a demi-glaze served with Potato del Giorno, a lovely dish. A half dozen land selections are listed as are a half dozen sea selections. What is good Italian food without good Ital ian wine? The answer lies with Caffe Luna Rosa wine list-they brilliantly list their huge (300 bot tles) selection by the region wherein the wine is grown. It is an education! The full bottles from Italy are joined by oth ers from across the US and other countries. As of this writing there is a special half price wine list available for diners at the Sunday and Monday dinners with your choice of 25 offerings. Floating on our palette was the tiramisuso smooth and creamy, the rich but not cloying chocolate mousse cake and a great key lime pie. A sugarfree dessert is usually on the menu. Dinner ends with the choice of any five desserts, a dozen coffees and 35 cordials, cognacs, grappa and port wines. Caffe Luna Rosa has a five page menu headed by a informative statement outlining their selections of seafoods, pas tas, tomatoes and sauces When you understand their creed, it is easy to make your dining selectionsgo and enjoy!By Marc Kent Cae Luna Rosa Cuisine by the Sea bocaratontribune.com

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23 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Funding for the Master Chorale of South Florida is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council, and with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners Individual Tickets $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Discounted Season Tickets $50. Please visit our web site or call for ticket information refer to code BRT1112. www.masterchoraleofsouthorida.org | 954-418-6232Supported by the Boca Raton Tribune Featuring Bachs Glorious Magnicat Bassis Carol Symphony and Corellis Christmas ConcertoBc Holidas he with the Miami Symphony Orchestra Karen Kennedy, conductingNovember 18, 2011, 8:00 pm Second Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale November 19, 2011, 8:00 pm Wold Center for the Performing Arts, Lynn University, Boca Raton November 20, 2011, 4:00 pm First United Methodist Church, Coral Gables By Diane Feen There is one thing everyone is talking about, and its not the economy. For the first time in a while the Republican debates have taken a backseat to the impending divorce of Kim Kardashian and kris Humphries. After all, being married for 72 days is a big emotional burden. You know why? You have to share a bathroom (at times) and you have to agree on the same towel colors and drapes. And dont forget the important things like movie choices, dinner entrees, sofa cushions and model and make of automobile. Lets just say that marriage is not easy (and from what I hear it was never easy) but after 72 days, 1700 hours and 103680 minutes youre really just at the starting line. Perhaps kris picked his teeth in bed or just had a bad habit of talking with his mouth open at the dinner table (all capital matrimonial offenses). Perhaps Kim just decided the china was not good enough and wants a do-over (with someone shorter). No matter what her rea son it really gets a single gal thinking arent there more permanent things to hold onto in todays impermanent world? Yes there are and at the moment the most exciting thing to have and to hold is a hat. Sure a hat cannot take you out to dinner, but it can make you look great at the restaurant. And, you dont have to worry about it saying goodbye after 72 days (just dont wear it in the rain). Thats why Jennifer Aniston, Sarah Jessica Parker and Lady Gaga are all going gaga for hats. As a matter of fact last week at the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival everyone was wearing large elaborate headpieces. Milliner to the stars (and to the queen) Philip Treacy made a spectacular black mesh hat (that looks like snake) for Sarah Jessica Parker. The 1,500 people in the audience gasped when Parker stood up in the huge black Treacy hat. One reporter had this to say about the hat: I'm willing to bet she had no problems with mosquitos. If there were any around, Im sure they got caught up in her hat. But you dont have to be a princess or a movie star to wear a hat (if you want one made by Treacy it helps). But there are a lot of talented hat designers with amazing hats and fascinators to bring you into the fashion headwear fold. Award-winning hat maker Carol Bader, who attends racing events around the globe, always wows the crowd with large sun hats and elaborate fascinators (that sit high on the head and are small in stature). Mesh, flowers, and feathers often sit atop saucer shape discs giving the head a new perch to lean on. These hats (known as fascinators) were worn to the Royal Wedding (of Will and Kate) and are now de rigueur for the fashionable and fun loving. Lets face it, the head has been pretty bare over the Love is eeting Fashion is forever years, but now there is no excuse to leave the house without a topper. The hats of today are sophisticated and stylish with all the elements of grace that the head demands. As former hat lover and NYC hat publicist Casey Bush used to say: If you wear a hat on your head and a smile on your face, the world will be a wonderful place. We agree.

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27 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON -NCCI Holdings United Way campaign hit a high note this year, pledging more than $279,000 in employee and corporate dona tionsthe highest amount ever pledged by NCCI employees. The Boca Raton-based company, which collects and analyzes workers compensation data, created an ambassador program to allow employees to see first-hand how their dollars make a difference. Ninety employee ambassadors visited 18 community agencies throughout Palm Beach County to see how United Way dollars are spent. They toured job placement agencies and soup kitchens, shelters and medical clinics. The ambassadors evaluated the effectiveness with which the agencies help individuals and families overcome barriers to lead more independent, dignified lives. As part of the campaign, NCCI employees also learned about additional United Way community partner organizations during a lunchtime Agency Forum in NCCIs cafeteria. During the forum, nine local non-profit agencies representing United Way of Palm Beach Countys targeted care areas education, income and healthdistributed information and spoke with NCCI employees. We are thrilled the campaign drew so much support and involved many people across our compa ny, said Heidi Boehringer, director of underwriting, who chaired the campaign. The in-house events included jeans sticker sales, basket raffles, a silent auc tion, and a fabulous live auction. We offered something for each employee to get involved in their own way.NCCI Holdings raises more than $279,000 for United Way At NCCI Holdings United Way of Palm Beach campaign wrap up, United Way CEO Chuck Anderson, NCCI CEO Steve Klingel, United Way COO Laurie George, and United Way VP of Resource Development Larry Miller read handmade cards made by the children of the Salvation Army and the Milagro Center thanking NCCI employees for their support. NCCI Holdings employee, Dianne Ferger puts in an early bid at the silent auction to benefit the United Way. NCCI Holdings employees visit The Milagro Center, a United Way partner-agency, as part of the Ambassador Visit program. NCCI Holdings employee Suzette Franklin signs up for an annual Jeans Pass allowing her to wear jeans to work every day for a year during the companys annual campaign that supports local non-profit agencies funded by United Way of Palm Beach County. NCCI Holdings employee, June Braithwaite holds one of the paddles used to identify bidders during the lunchtime live auction. NCCI Holdings CFO, Alfredo Guerra, livens up the lunchtime crowd during the silent and live auctions to benefit the United Way of Palm Beach.

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28 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.By Diane Feen If youre like most people the last place you want to go is to the dentist. But like some things in life, you just have to face your fears and go for it. And theres a good rea son to go to the dentist your overall health is at risk. Thats why Dr. Santiago Roldan, a Doctor of Dental medicine (DMD), has created a practice with his patients well-being in mind. He is adept at work ing with people who have a fear of going to the den tist and he has a gentle and kind demeanor that puts patients at ease. But one thing for sure Dr. Roldan has the experi ence and the commitment to make sure his patients get the best care. He is a board certified dentist and did a Post Graduate Fellowship in Oral Surgery at the University of Ala bama in Birmingham. Dr. Roldan has been practicing dentistry for the past 34 years and is listed in the Guide to Americas Top Dentists by the Consumers Research Council of America. He has also been selected as one of the top dentists by the International Associa tion of Dentists. Because some people are afraid of the dentist we make sure they get proper counseling. We talk to them and work through their fears. Some people need reassurance and education so they know exactly what is hap pening. I like to communicate with my patients on every step of the proce dure, said Dr. Roldan. To alleviate fears and phobias of dentistry (or oral surgery) Dr. Roldan uses behavior management skills and gives patients the option of sedation (including nitrous oxide) to calm their nerves. Dr. Roldan is also very adamant that people take good care of their gums. If not there are consequences. If you dont take good care of your gums it can affect your heart and cause heart disease. It can also affect the joints and cause joint disease. Did you know there are eight million bacterias in one cubic millimeter of saliva? According to Dr. Roldan periodontal disease (that is not uncommon) is an infection in the mouth that can affect the whole body and the blood. It can travel to other plac es and cause inflammation to the joints and cause heart and kidney diseases. Dr. Roldan also gives patients a thorough explanation of their treatment options so they under stand what can be done to prevent (or resolve) gum problems. I have done a lot of oral surgery and am highly skilled in tooth extraction and impaction, bone grafting, implants, gum surgery and wisdom teeth extraction and impaction. Dr. Roldan is also a big advocate of seeing patients holistically. That means he examines their entire structure, not just their teeth. We want to make sure their bite is correct (to avoid TMJ), their gums are in good condition and their overall mouth health is good. We do a comprehensive check-up and exam. Not only is Dr. Roldan experienced and caring but his office has state-of-the-art equipment, digital x-rays and computerized software. But some things are better off done the old fashioned way. We care about our patients and want to make sure they are comfortable and feel well cared for. We are friendly and our environment is stress free and hospitable. We really care. Nova Dental has dif ferent payment plans and accepts all types of insurance with PPO plans. They also have an office in Pompano. *Because Dr. Roldan wants to meet his neighbors he is offering Free x-rays on your first visit. 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29 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: chris@bocaratontribune.com. BOCA RATON The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce will hold its 30th Annual Holiday Auction With a Cause Dec. 14 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Via Mizner Golf and Country Club, 6200 Boca Del Mar Drive, Boca Raton. This event will help support the many programs at the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce and will help to ensure the development of future programs. There will be a live and silent auction. Various restaurants will be featuring their cuisine and there will be a selection of cocktails and wines. BOCA RATON -The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County (BDB) has announced that Convergent (www.convergentUSA.com) is moving into new space in Boca Raton to expand their operations. Convergent is one of the top five largest companies in their industry and areas of specialty. They provide a diversified range of revenue cycle management, collections and customer care servic es. Founded in 1998 and acquired by Silver Oak Services Partners and Management in June, 2007, Convergent has more than 2,600 employees in 13 locations in 10 states. Locally, Convergents business is committed to the healthcare industry and employs 65, and plans to add 50 new jobs over the next two to three years, with average annual sala ries of $46,000. DELRAY BEACH Delray Medical Center has announced its 2011 Gold Achievement as a participant in the American Heart Associations Start! Fit-Friendly Companies Program. This recognition confirms that Delray Medical Center has met specific criteria of the American Heart Association for employee fitness and wellness. Delray Medical Center takes care of our local community and we also make it a priority to take care of our employees too, said Mark Bryan, CEO. We are proud to earn Gold Achievement as a Fit-Friendly Company. BOCA RATON -Office Depot has announced that it has been recognized in Newsweek magazine's annual Green Rankings as the greenest large retailer in America for the second year in a row. Office Depot not only achieved the highest aggregate green score in the U.S. retail industry, but also led in environmental management, and disclosure of performance data. Across all industry sectors, Office Depot was ranked as America's 8th greenest large company, a move up of 10 spots from last year, and was the only retailer in the U.S. top 10 list. Story by Carlo Barieri Governor Rick Scotts visit to Brazil stated the importance that this country represents to the USA in general and, more particularly, to the state of Florida as well.Besides being the best Floridas commercial partner, having imported from this state almost 14 billion dollars in 2010, Brazil has also outstanding facts such as follows: Brazil almost 14 billion dollars last year real estate buyers in Florida currently, which has made property prices stable in Miami, without significant depreciation. Today, 11 per cent of property owners are Brazilians in contrast to the 8 per cent of three years ago to reach, still this year, the status of the greatest contingent of tourists in Florida ( probably outdoing Canada) average per capita expenditure is the highest one in Florida, beating the Chinese, with an average expenditure of 6 thousand dollars per person, including children. What Made the Difference Rick Scotts entrepreneurial experience made the difference in these traditional visits that the governors have made to Brazil. With a contagiously, friendly attitude and memorable simplicity, the governor has managed to win the Brazilian entrepreneurs heart and trust in So Paulo. Mentioning that there were millions of business deals made is just a media approach to place an event in the spotlight, but the Florida Reveres Brazil core Center of Fiesp (Federao das Indstrias do Estado de So Paulo Industry Federation of So Paulo State), packed with entrepreneurs, who had to struggle for a chance in order to establish contact with American companies displaying their products and services, is a wellproven demonstration of the interest aroused by the mission accomplished in So Paulo. The mission success could be portrayed in Manny Mencias irreprehensible smile, Senior-Vice President of International Trade and Business Development of Florida Enterprise, who was for that matter, in total despair in the previous mission, and can now be seen so happy with the current Governor. Undoubtedly there will be well over 200 million increase in exportation as a result of this mission. Brazil An Unprecedented Opportunity Brazil has a reserve of well over 350 billion dollars, in contrast to a debt of less than 250 billion dollars, and its certainly the greatest and most wanted USAs partner. It is also one of the few countries with which the United States has an expressive superavit in the trade balance and it is a great importer of industrialized products and high technology. Politically, the new female President of Brazil has approached and gotten even closer than the previous President Lula, and she has managed to keep the political stability and the respect to the intellectual property so desirable and paramount, at the same time very little effective in other countries, not only in Asia but also in Latin America. With the likely exemption of VISA for the Bra zilians to visit the USA, 300 million tourists from that country are expected to be visiting the USA where they will spend their dollars. The state of So Paulo has a GNC (Gross National Product) greater than Argentina and Poland; and Brazil, by itself, represents over 50 per cent of the entire GNC of South America. The State of Florida is the worlds 21st largest economy, whereas the State of So Paulo is the 22nd. Challenges Starting or developing businesses in different countries is definitely a great challenge, but it has never been so clear that, regardless of any challenge, Brazil is worth being taken into consideration and a priority as far as foreign investments are concerned. Carlo Barbieri, a Lawyer and Economist with several different courses in universities such as Harvard, MIT and Sorbonne is also a columnist and the president of Oxford Group, which congregates companies and consultants specialized in developing projects for companies wishing to invest in the Brazilian market. Governor Rick Scott and Carlo Barbieri

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30 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Columnists The Boca Raton Tribune Practically every day I receive unsolicited mail trying to interest me in some kind of financial investment opportunity. Although wise financial investing is the intelligent thing to do, I have noticed that many people who diligently plan how they will invest their income have never attempted to consider planning for how they will invest their lives. When the time comes, and you arrive at the end of your life, how will YOU determine whether your life was worthwhile? What evaluation criteria are you planning to use? To ask an even more immediate question, how are you investing your life right now? What kind of return or dividend are you expecting to receive from the investment of your life? Realistically, you only have three options when you consider what do with the rest of your life: You can WASTE it. There is countless ways for doing this; we see them by looking around. Many people do absolutely nothing with their lives. They simply exist taking up space and using up air. They make no contribution with their lives. Their hours are consumed by meaningless activity or no activity at all. You can SPEND it. There are many ways to spend away your life. You can give yourself to a ca reer, or a hobby, or an experience, or travel any kind of pursuit that captures your interest and seduces you into devoting much of your time, energy and resources to it. An average individual will spend approximately 29,962 days on this earth. The question for each of us is: On what will we spend those days? You can INVEST it. The Bible teaches the best use for our life on earth is to invest it in something that will outlast it! This involves taking the longlook maintaining a long-range perspective on life. It is interesting how much things can change when you acquire an eternal perspective. As you might expect, the Bible speaks often about the value and importance of maintaining an eternal perspective on temporal living. Many of the stories Jesus taught dealt with this theme of investment. In Matthew 25:1430, for instance, He told a story about three men who were given responsibility for their masters property. Two of them invested wisely and were rewarded; the third did not and was disciplined. From biblical stories like these, we see seven principles for investing your life: 1. OWNERSHIP: Everything I have really belongs to God. All we have is only on loan to me for the time we are on this earth. 2. ALLOCATION: God strategically gives us specific talents and abilities at birth. 3. ACCOUNTABILITY: God expects us to use the talents He has given to us. One day we will give an ac count to Him of what we did with what He gave us. 4. UTILIZATION: Using our talents to the fullest involves risk, so faith in God is required. 5. MOTIVATION: What prevents us from developing our talents is fear, unwillingness to venture beyond our comfort zone. 6. APPLICATION: If we dont use our talents, we will lose them. 7. COMPENSATION: If we use our talents the way God intends, He will reward us. Romans 2:6 assures us, God will give to each person according to what he has done. 2011, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, the author of numerous books, including the highly acclaimed, The Purpose-Drive Life, which has been translated into many languages and sold throughout the world. It affirms the importance of having a carefully considered, clearly expressed purpose to guide everyday life. It has been named one of the 100 Christian books that changed the 20th Century. He also has written The PurposeDriven Church.Your Life: Waste, Spend, or Invest It?By Rick Warren By Gerald J. ShermanGerald J. Sherman, MBA, DBA of Sherman & Perlman LLC, Marketing is a Boca Raton-based, author, marketing consultant and public relations person who has written several books and articles on these subjects. http://www.shermanperlman.com jerry@shermanperlman.com 561.715.2788 Personal Selling RebornHave you noticed the rebirth of personal selling? Just read the newspa pers, view TV and listen to the talk shows. Watch the presidential debates and you will see personal selling in action. The winner is the one who can best successfully communicate their ideas on benefiting their listeners. What are they doing? They are selling themselves! Observe President Obama touring our country and delivering his message. He is selling! Review the actions of past presidents selling Congress and the American people on their policies. With the advent of the Internet and the social media, many of us have discounted the importance of personal selling. However, you will find that the ability to personally communicate ideas is still playing a vital role in the future of our country. In our book, The Real World Guide to Selling & Management, (2007), my co-author and I came up with the slogan that, Selling is not a dirty word. It is rather a process of delivering mutual benefits. It important to understand what makes a person engaged in this process successful. Not every person is cut out to be a successful salesperson. Some people simply do not have the right combination of character traits and behavior patterns, without which a career in sales would pose only frustrations, anxiety, and a lack of fulfillment. However, for those with the right chemistry, the opportunities for job satisfac tion and personal growth in sales are unlimited. To be successful, a person must possess, or be able to adopt, a set of characteristics and behavioral patterns which are essential. In my experience I have found that successful salespeople have a combination of the following: Empathy Do you find yourself adjusting to another persons moods and behavior, modifying your own position to accommodate another viewpoint? We define empathy as listening to another person attentively and understanding their thoughts, emotions and feelings, and adjusting your own moods and behavior accordingly, (Sherman&Hertz). Ego drive -When a client turns you down do you feel angered, dismiss the failure with a shrug of the shoulder or are you driven to overcome the obstacles to your success? A professional salesperson is success driven in a controlled way. Integrity -Integ rity carries a very special meaning in the business world. It defines ones character and reputation in the marketplace, forms the backbone of that persons credibility, and is a major factor in gaining the trust and admiration of all who you work with. Creativity -Although it doesnt seem like a trait that would make for an effective salesperson, it is important because it develops your own style of selling. Emotional maturity -The buying and selling process is an emotional one. Do you get carried away with your emotions under stress or in the throes of a difficult decision or are you able to ac cept strain and conflict as a normal part of your working day? Appraise yourself by rereading the above characteristics. Excerpts from the book, WOMANPOWER IN TEXTILE & APPAREL SALES and The Real World Guide to Fashion Selling & Management, Gerald J. Sherman & Nast, N.Y. Eric Hertz, Fairchild Books, Division of Conde

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31 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BOCA RATON TRIBUNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ART GALLERY & JEWELRY Bijou Bijou ....................................................................................... 561-451-8290 Harolds Jewelers .......................................................................... 561-392-0507 Yaacov Heller Gallery 22 ........................................................... 561-347-1677 AUTO SERVICES Save On Tire .................................................................................... 954-786-3306 Superior Tint ................................................................................... 561-338-7711 Tires 4U2 ........................................................................................... 561-272-2226 BARBER SHOP Bocaray Barber Shop .................................................................. 561-498-8166 Rubens Barber Shop Inc. .......................................................... 561-487-2152 BEAUTY & HEALTH Age In Place Management ....................................................... 561-929-1195 Ageless Energetics ....................................................................... 561-394-5160 Bells Lifestyle ................................................................................. 800-333-7995 Glades Medical Group ............................................................... 561-394-3088 Green Wave Waxing Boca Raton ..................................................................................... 561-367-7323 Weston ............................................................................................ 954-659-0033 Helenas Beauty ............................................................................ 561-487-3292 Herbalife ........................................................................................... 754-581-3511 Oasis Day Spa ................................................................................. 561-393-3185 Vitality Laser Spa ......................................................................... 561-470-7961 CHURCH Boca Glades Baptist Church .................................................... 561-483-4228 See Boca Raton Worshop Directory for more Churches. DENTIST Nova Dental Pompano Beach ........................................................................... 954-788-2388 Boca Raton ..................................................................................... 561-488-5088 DRYCLEANING Bernies Cleaners Boca Raton ..................................................................................... 561-338-7843 North Lauderdle .......................................................................... 954-726-5530 ENTERTAINMENT Boca Raton Museum Of Arts ................................................... 561-392-2500 Boca Raton Wine & Food Festival ......................................... 561-338-7594 Bridge Hotel .................................................................................... 561-886-4570 Caricatures by Ray Russotto ................................................... 954-570-9256 Cole Bros. 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32 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.GamesThe Boca Raton Tribune Pet SocietyThe Boca Raton Tribune PET OF THE WEEK Story, photo by Pam DAddio BOCA RATON -Woodrow is a handsome, 1 year-old neutered male cocker spaniel. He's a pretty chocolate brown color with auburn highlights and sweet brown eyes that will melt your heart. This friendly boy loves his walks and adores attention. He's waiting pa tiently at Tri County Humane Society, 21287 Boca Rio Road, Boca Raton, to find his forever match. Come on in to meet him and make his day just in time for THANKSgiv ing....you'll both be thank ful you did! Hes available for adop tion at Tri-County Humane Society, a no-kill animal shelter which is open Woodrow hopes youll take him home as your very own petfor adoptions Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Adoption fees for companion animals are $110 and up. Animals are heartworm-tested and upto-date on vaccinations. Included in the adoption fee is one year of free office visits to Regency Veterinary Clinic. Please visit the shelter to find a lost pet or to consider adding a shelter dog or cat to your family. There are puppies and kittens, too! Call (561) 482-8110 or view many available animals and volunteer opportunities at: www.tricountyhumane. org. Follow us on Face book and Twitter at 'TriCounty Humane'.

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33 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune By: Steve Rawnsley Is Jamal Crawford a good fit in Miami? LeBron James thinks so illustrated by the fact that he went to his twitter account to recruit Jamal Crawford. He said, Would love to see @JCrossover in a Heat uni! What u guys say? Now, the question is this: Is Jamal Crawford really a good fit for the Heat? This guy is known as one of the best sixth men in the league, and the Heat could use some depth, but is he a piece the Heat could use towards their second franchise championship? LeBron needs to be careful about what he wishes for. Jamal Crawford is one of the most aggressive offen sive players off of the bench in the league. He has the skill to come off the bench right away and be in rhythm. Most guys that come off the bench take a few minutes to get into the flow. This is a skill you just have or you do not. Problem is even after he is in rhythm he is still not that efficient. Let us forget about the regular season. The Heat will have a top two seed, and there is not much argument there. (Especially with a more compacted schedule, that hurts the aging Celtics probably more than anybody, if we have a season.) Next, Jamal Crawford is one of the new age combo guards. Not really being a point guard does not hurt him all that much for the Heat when they have LeBron and Wade who can also play that, in the playoffs in crunch time. So why is he not a great fit for Miami? The problem is in the playoffs, do they really need another scorer? Chris Bosh was getting 39.7 minutes in the playoffs and that was the least among the big three. This means two of the three are on the floor virtually the whole game. Outside of the two that are on the floor, there is not more need for for scoring. Jamal Crawford is just another player who fits that mold. His biggest strength is scoring. Another problem is many times, he is a black hole when it comes to ball movement. As much as he likes to shoot the outside shot, he is best when he can drive. Problem is that the Heat already have Wade and LeBron to do that. They would really need him to be a spot up shooter, to help spread the floor. Last sea son, Jamal shot 34% from beyond the arc. Compare that to Mario Chalmers who shot about 28% from three point range in the playoffs. Jamal Crawford also only shot 42% overall last year. So now we see he is not a very efficient scorer. What else does he bring to the table? Well not much. He could not even average 2 rebounds a game in 30 minutes. He has about a 1.5/1 assist-turnover ratio, so that is not very good for a guard. He was only getting .8 steals a game last year, which is bad for guard in 30 minutes. The Heat have enough scorers as it is. The big three took about 2/3 of the shots in the playoffs. Crawford is much like former Heat player Antoine Walker, just in a smaller pack age. Many times watching Walker, people cringe at his shot selection, and that is the same thing that Crawford does. Wade and LeBron take enough bad looking shots, the difference is they can make what looks like the worst shot. He is also thirty-two years old, so his athletic ability is decreasing. He only averaged less than 17 points once between 2003-04 to 20092010. Last year he dipped to 14.2 points. The last thing the Heat need is an aging scorer, who will not get many shots anyways, and is inefficient. (Mario Chalmers was fourth in shot attempts for the Heat at six shots a game in the playoffs) LeBron James needs to recruit other types of players. He needs to be careful what he wishes for.LeBron James needs to be careful what he wishes for Boca Raton, FL Florida Atlantic University women's soccer senior defenderGabriela DeVries has been recognized for her academic and athletic achievement, earning Capital One Academic All-District honors for the second consecutive season by College Sports Information Directors of America. The Navarre native was a second-team honoree this year, thus becoming the second player in school history to be selected to multiple district academic teams. DeVries, a biology major with a 3.80 cumulative grade point average, played in 75 career matches and helped anchor a defensive unit that posted a winning home record in three of her four seasons. She tallied two goals and eight assists in her career, contributing an assist during each season. Her pass helped set up the goal in the Owls' vic tory over the University of Louisiana-Monroe on October 23. On defense, DeVries helped the team post shutouts this fall over Stetson University, University of MissouriKansas City and Furman University. DeVries earned thirdteam academic all-district honors last season. She joinsDanielle Castro (2001, 2003) and Megan Coyne (2005) as the only FAU women's soccer players to receive aca demic all-district honors.Gabriela DeVries Earns Second Team Capital One Academic All-District Honors

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34 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL r f r n t b rrrfn tb b b r f nt r f n t bb f n t b b r f b b n t b b b t b b bt b b t t b r f b t t b t b b n t b t b bb b n r t b r t b b b t b b b t b b t bb t b t b t bt t b t b b b t b t t f bt t b r b t bb b b b b t b b t t bt t t b t b t t tt b b b b t b b b b t b b b b b b b b b t b t t t bb t tbt t t bt r t bb bb t b b b b bb t r b t b t rbr b t b t b f b r t br t b fb t f nb t fn t b b rff nn tb bb tt b t t t f f f t t n b t b f b b fnf b n b r b b t b b f b b t b r r f r b rf b b fb t b b b r n b b n f f b nn r f r n t f n b f b b f b t t b f b f b f b f b b b fn r t f b f b n r bn f b f n By: Mike T Pedersen In the off season power golf training should be the focus. This is the time to implement golf training exercises to improve your power and distance. This is the only way to see improvement is to isolate your golf swing muscles, strengthen and stretch them, so you can start next spring golf season ready to go. Core Golf Strengthen ing This is the main focus of your training program. Your core is the engine to your golf swing power. But here's where golfers get it wrong. They don't incorporate ROTA TIONAL exercises for their core. Golf is a rota tional movement, therefore, rotational exercises and stretches are a must. This is called golf-specific training. Using affordable inhome pieces of equipment like dumbbells, medicine balls and tubing are very effective in quickly increasing your core rota tional power. These exercises are also fun, so you not only see a benefit on the course, but it's fun while you do them. Swing A Weighted Golf Club Swinging a weighted golf club at higher speeds, but with good swing tech nique is another very effective off season power golf training program. You start out swinging slower, and as you build up your golf swing strength, slowly increase the speed, but always maintaining proper technique. I would also recommend doing it in front of a mirror so you can closely monitor form. Stretch, Stretch, Stretch Did I say that enough times? An optimal golf swing requires a high level of flexibility (range of motion). Without it, you will not be able to maximize your power potential in your swing. All it takes is a few targeted golf swing stretches a day to see a big improvement in your power and distance. Article Source: http:// www.bettergolfarticles. comO Season Power Golf Training Program

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36 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR AND SERVICE LOWEST PRICES ON 24, 26 & 28 RIMS AND TIRES 1 West Linton Blvd, Bay 4 Delray Beach, FL FREE Towing $ 39.95 Aligment & Rotation FREE Alignment Buy 3 Used Tires & Get 1 FREE OIL CHANGE $ 14.95 561-272-2226 NEW & USED TIRES STARTING AT $15 The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Music For All Occasions Standard, Pop, Swing, Ballads and Rock n Roll For your next event... Contact Mark Gualtieri 561.483.7030 PLUMBINGLAST IN THE ALPHBET, FIRST IN SERVICE FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1968 BOCA RATON, Fla. Despite a 21 point effort from Josh Garcia, the Lynn University mens basketball team lost to the Florida Atlantic Owls 64-53 on Tuesday in exhibition play. Lynn battled the Owls in a back and forth first half. With 04:26 left in the first period, the Fighting Knights found themselves down 10 at 29-19. The Blue & White then went on a 10-0 run to close out the half capped off by eight-straight Garcia points. At the 02:04 mark in half number one and down by six, Garcia nailed back-to-back three to send the game to the break tied at 29. Out of the half, it was Garcia again with some big buckets. Garcia knifed Lynn and FAU Battle in Basketball Exhibition, FAU Wins 64-53 bocaratontribune.com his way through the lane to convert on a layup to give Lynn their biggest lead of the game at 35-31 with 16:31 to play. FAU responded just under 02:00 minutes later to claim their first lead of the second half at 36-35 with 14:42 on the clock. The Owls continued to press their advantage the rest of the half and stretched their tilt to 13 with 06:15 left in the game. The Knights clawed back into the game with just under 05:00 minutes to play when Garcia connected on a four point play then added two free throws to make it a 59-53 game in favor of FAU. The Owls concluded the game on a 5-0 run to claim the exhibition victory. Garcias 21 was a gamehigh. He also added three boards and an assist on a 7-13 shooting night which included a 4-7 clip from behind the arc. Preye Preboye totaled 11 points in 13:00 minutes of play. Michel Vidal registered a game-high 12 rebounds and nine points. Raymond Taylor led FAU with 12 points, Kore Continued on page 37 Photos by: Bob Markey II

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37 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL EVERY DAY LOW PRICEValid only with coupon. Exterior only, hand dry. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11Exterior WashValid only with coupon. Exterior only, hand dry. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11Full-Service WashIncluding wheels cleaned, tires shined, vacuum, dust dash & console, windows & hand-dry BOCA CAR WASH $ BOCA CAR WASH $ OValid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11Boca WashFull-service wash plus: condition dash, wash, triple foam polish wax & air freshener BOCA CAR WASH $ OHand WaxIncluding full-service wash & hand wax SUVs & wagons slightly higher Reg. $35 BOCA CAR WASH $ Valid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11 BOCA CAR WASHValid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11MONDAY LADIES DAY OFull-Service or Boca WashTUESDAY & WEDNESDAY $ Full-service wash plus hot was, polish foam was, condition dash, consoles & doors, RAINBOCA CAR WASHValid only with coupon. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Expires 12/29/11The Works N Dixie HwyNE 15th Terrace Glades Rd NE 11th St NE 14th StNE 2nd Ct.N Federal HwyBoca Car Wash Ask about our frequent car wash programs!We accept most competitors coupons Boca Car Wash White had eight points and 11 rebounds. FAU will open the reg ular season on Saturday when they face Portland as Lynn and FAU Battle continued...Continued from page 36 part of the World Vision Classic. Lynn plays in their first game of the regular sea son on Friday, November 11, versus West Florida in Niceville, Fla.

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38 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL High School Football Weekend Recap Smaller Crowds... Better Odds of Winning!St. David Armenian ChurchTake I-95 exit, 2-1/4 miles on Yamato, we are on the left side of the road between Military & Jog BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAYOur Doors Open at 6:30pm 15 Games, Plus 2 Jackpots, $15 full packs$3.00 OFF with this adExpires 11/30/2011 Free coee, friendly sta, soda and snacks available, also plenty of parking. West Boca Raton (3-6) 42 Santaluces 14Zach Miner rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another, leading the Bulls to the rout of the Chiefs in Boca Raton. Miner, a senior, completed 8 of 13 passes for 136 yards and no interceptions, and ran 14 times for 43 yards. Eugene Bethea rushed 16 times for a game-high 115 yards and a touchdown for West Boca. Santaluces committed three turnovers and was outgained 375-240. Santaluces freshman quarterback La mar Jackson completed 11 of 24 passes for 193 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. West Boca Raton junior defensive lineman Cole Klein left the game in an ambulance after getting injured midway through the third quarter. His head was immobilized before he was carried off the field.King's Academy 49 Pope John Paul 0 (1-8): Brian Grove threw for 130 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Lions to the rout of the Eagles in West Palm Beach. Southwest Florida Christian 38, Boca Christian (3-6) 0 Caleb Hood rushed for 84 yards on eight carries, but the Blazers fell to the Kings in Fort Myers. Village Academy 20 St. Andrew's 10 (5-4): Larry Brihm connected with Kenny Williams on two touchdown passes and a twopoint conversion to lead the Tigers past the Scots in Delray Beach. Edwin Carteg ena had seven tackles and a forced fumble and Jake Bargas added 56 receiving yards and a touchdown for St. Andrew's.Olympic Heights 21 (3-6) Okeechobee 13:John Cleristor rushed for three touchdowns, leading the Lions past the Brahmans in Boca Raton.Boca Raton 21 Palm Beach Central 28The Bobcats came up on the losing end once again as they played the Broncos this past Friday night. The Bobcats had 127 passing yards with a touchdown on an Anderson to McCoy 24 yard hookup. Palm Beach Central rushed for 102 yards with three touchdowns. Southwest Florida Christian 38 Boca Christian (3-6) 0Caleb Hood rushed for 84 yards on eight carries, but the Blazers fell to the Kings in Fort Myers.

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39 November 10 through November 16, 2011 Edition 73 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Established in 1978The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Boca Raton, FL Sun Belt Conference leader Arkansas State University spoiled homecoming by earning a 39-21 victory over the Florida Atlantic University football team on Saturday afternoon. The game marked the first on-campus homecoming contest at the FAU Stadium in Boca Raton. After spotting the visiting Red Wolves a 15-0 lead the Owls got the offense rolling in the second quarter. Senior running back Alfred Morrisscampered in from 13 yards out to put FAU on the board. He had a 39-yard carry to set up the four play, 71-yard scoring drive. Following an ASU field goal, Morris cut the deficit to 18-14 on his second rushing touchdown of the quarter. He capped a seven play, 62-yard drive with a four-yard carry with 2:49 left in the half. The touchdown broke Doug Parker's school record with 26 ca reer touchdowns. The Owls would continue the momentum on the opening drive of the second half to take a 2118 lead with 10:24 left in the third quarter. Junior quarterback Graham Wilbert found freshman wide out Derek Moisefor an 18yard scoring hook up in the back left corner of the end zone. Arkansas State regained the lead on a sevenyard pass from Ryan Aplin to Taylor Stockemer. The score gave the Red Wolves a 25-21 advantage with 5:59 remaining in the third quarter. ASU's Aplin scored on rushing plays from 13 and one yards in the first quarter as the Red Wolves built a 15-0 lead. He later added scores from three and one yards in the fourth quarter to seal the victory. Individually, Morris paced the offensive attack with 163 yards rushing leaving him 22 yards shy of the career school record. Wilbert went 16-of23 for 147 yards. His main target was sophomore wide out DeAndre Richardson with three catches for 25 yards. Senior Willie Floydalso hauled in three receptions. Defensively, junior linebacker David Hinds led the team with 16 tackles while Curtis Cross, David Baptiste andJamere Johnson each added eight tackles. Senior defensive back Marcus Bartelshauled in his fifth career interception FAU Drops Homecoming Game to Arkansas State in the second quarter. FAU falls to 0-8 on the season and 0-5 in Sun Belt Conference action. The Owls will travel to rival FIU on Saturday, November 12, at 6 p.m. in Miami. Arkansas State remains unbeaten in SBC action at 5-0. Overall the Red Wolves stand 7-2. Photos by: Bob Markey II

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Tribune Sports of East /West Boca Raton, Highland Beach 954-786-3306 954-786-3325 USED & NEW TIRES AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES See page 38High school Football Weekend Recap Lynn and FAU Battle in Basketball Exhibition, FAU Wins 64-53 FAU Drops Homecoming Game to Arkansas State See page 36 See page 39