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YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!cont. on Pg.3The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Childrens Museum to Host National Exhibit of PresidentsMunicipal NewsSee page 11YMCA Launches Annual Community Support CampaignCommunitySee page 5 Returning Home for Tenth Avenue North will be no struggleLife & ArtsSee page B1Boca Chamber Boss named to Board of Floridas Association of Chamber ProfessionalsBusinessSee page 23 Gulfstream Goodwill Industries seeks donations of old cell phones See Pg.5 to its list of OPAL winners See page 3BOCA RATON -The Boca Raton Rotary Club will add five new names to its roster of OPAL (Outstanding People and Leaders) Award winners at the 15th annual event scheduled for early 2013. Names of the new awardees were announced at a reception held at The Meridian in Boca Raton. This years honorees are: Bobby Campbell, Philanthropic Leadership; Boca Raton City Manager Leif Ahnell, Civic; Lynn University President Dr. Kevin Ross, Education; Rick Zimmer, Rotarian Lifetime Achievement and Jay DiPietro, chief executive at Boca West Country Club, in the Community Service category. The OPAL Award celebrates the ac complishments of five individuals in the community who have spent their life dedicated to making Boca Raton a unique place to live, work and raise a family. The 2013 OPAL Awards Gala will be held Jan. 19 at the Boca Pointe Country Club. Bobby Campbell, Founder and CEO of BBC International, is an avid philanthropist with his passion for Two Ten Footwear Foundation, the American Heart Association and other local charities. OPAL Award recipients for 2013 include, from left, Rick Zimmer, Dr. Kevin Ross and City Manager Leif Ahnell. Missing are Jay DiPietro and Bobby Campbell Boca Raton Gets Ready for Final Presidential DebateBy: Ariana Green As Boca Raton prepares itself for the final presidential debate of the 2012 elec tions, resides can expect headaches all day Monday on the roads around Lynn University. Military Trail between Yamato Road and Potomac Road; Potomac Road between Northwest 24th Avenue and Military Trail; Spanish River Boulevard between Broken Sound Boulevard and Military Trail. Will all be closed starting at 6 a.m on Monday and will only reopen 2 a.m. Tuesday. More periodic road closures should be anticipated, police say which might include ramp closures on Interstate 95 for the motorcades of President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney, though it wont be announced if theyre flying into Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood or Palm Beach international airports or which route theyre taking. Whenever the president visits, we dont know which roads until theyre en route. The Secret Service handles all of that, said Boca Raton police spokesman Mark Economou. Its safe to say a few times during the day there will be periodic road closures...Johnson Begins From JWJs Journal In This EditionJohn William Johnson begins a twice monthly column in this edition of the Boca Tribune, according to an announcement by Publisher Douglas Heizer. Were pleased to have Johns column, said Heizer, and we welcome his many years of experience to the Boca Tribune. Johnson, former opinion editor for the Boca Raton News, has been writing professionally for 40 years, and has been privileged to earn 14 career writing awards.... See page 10
2 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com INDEXCommunity News Pg.03 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 Business Page 23 Columnists Pg B7, B8, 22. 24. 27 Games Page 26 Sports Page 29 Quote of the Week:For they shall add to thee length of days, and years of life, and peace. Proverbs 3:2 Bring YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR The Boca Raton Tribune home with you. RECEIVE THE PAPER from the comfort of your HOME! www.thebocaratontribune.comStay in touch with whats happening in BOCA RATON! Edition 118 Copyright 2012 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. 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Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Blvd., Suite 212 Boca Raton Fl, 33432 For general information: 561-290-1202 Fax: 561-208-6008Marketing Director Chris Catoggio firstname.lastname@example.org Angelo Lima, Marguax Vickers, Andre HeizerArt Director Marjorie BrandnerPhotographers:Nicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick Video Production Director Klaiton SilvaGraphic Design:Matt Epperson Proud Member of: The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. Interns:Sarah Freglette Ariana GreenThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Community News CLUB SERVICE DIRECTORY To have your Club info listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Club Service Directory... Fax Your Info to: 561-208-6008 or Send your information to our Mailing Address at:Boca Raton Tribune, P.O. Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497ROTARY CLUB BOCA RATON WEST President Marco Dombrowski Thursday 7:30 Picanha Brasil ROTARY CLUB BOCA RATON Wednesday 12:00 Mizner Country Club ROTARY CLUB BOCA RATON SUNSET President Ron Lebright Monday 6:00, 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton, FL ROTARY CLUB BOCA RATON DOWN TOWN President Alan Kaye Bogarts Bar & Grille, Fridays at noon LIONS CLUB OF DELRAY BEACH Delray Beach, FL. BOCA RATON LIONS CLUB Meets the first Monday of the month at 399 N.W. 35th St., Boca Raton, FL Boca Police Safety TipBoca Raton Police BlotterQ: At what age can I leave my child home alone? A: While Florida statute does not give a specic age, police take several things into consideration when determining whether it is safe for a child to be home alone. e 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 le 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. 10/06/2012 SIMPLE BATTERY Ashley Mcleod, 32, was arrested for disorderly conduct and simple battery following a disturbance on Plaza Real. She was taken to the county jail. 10/08/2012 RESISTING/ OBSTRUCTING Ocer McCoy arrested Anthony Michael Tropiano, 23, at his residence for resisting without violence. e suspect was issued a notice to appear in court and released. 10/05/2012 DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED Kirsten Conaway, 40, was placed under arrest for DUI aer a trac crash investigation on Jog Road. Subject was taken to the county jail. 10/06/2012 FELONY BATTERY e victim advised police that her anc battered and choked her during an argument. Suspect le prior to police arrival and refused to meet with police. Probable cause exists for his arrest. 10/07/2012 AGGRAVATED BATTERY Valerie Ragone, 22, was arrested aer she allegedly got into a physical altercation with another woman at a bar on SE 1st Avenue. 10/06/2012 BURGLARY TO BUSINESS 17:52 TOWN CENTER ROAD Between 10/04 at 1800 and 10/06 at 1700, unknown person(s) damaged the lock, forced open the door and gained entry into a business. A Toshiba laptop computer was stolen. 10/08/2012 BURGLARY TO BUSINESS 13:31 NW 19TH STREET Unknown suspect(s) forced the door to the human resources oce open and rummaged through some drawers inside. No items were taken and no suspects at this time. 10/05/2012 BURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 16:02 SW 2ND STREET Distraction the reported on SW 2nd Street. An unknown male suspect driving a newer model Hyundai sedan with dark tinted windows distracted the elderly homeowner with tree trimming services while an unknown accomplice stole $1,000 cash and about $50,000 in ne jewelry using a pillow case.
3Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com continued from pg. 1 Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Leif Ahnell, a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Public Finance Officer and Certified Government Finance Officer, has been the Boca Raton city manager since 1999. Dr. Kevin Ross, president of Lynn University, has made significant strides at the university. He was instrumental in the universitys selection at the site of the final presidential debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney schedled for Monday, Oct. 22. Rick Zimmer, a Registered Professional Engineer in Florida and the Virgin Islands and Certified General Contractor, founded Zimmer Construction Consultants. Jay DiPietro, President/COO/General Manager at the Boca West Country Club for 27 years, is a member of the Boards for S.O.S. Childrens Village of Florida, Lynn University and TriCounty Humane Society. He has been a guest speaker at Harvard School of Business, a past honoree of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County and a past recipient of National Jewish Humanitarian Award. The Rotary Club of Boca Raton, through its mission of Changing Lives and Building Futures, is dedicated to providing scholarship assistance, mentoring and other educational programs for local high school students. It has been serving the greater Boca Ra ton community for over 54 years striving to achieve its ethical excellence and Service above Self commitment. For more information visit www.rotaryclubbocaraton.com. Boca Raton City Manager and OPAL Award recipient Leif Ahnell, left, with Mayor Susan Whelchel and Rotarian Peter Baronoff, who hosted the reception for the announcement of 2013 OPAL awardees. From left are Rotarian Neil Saffer, Lynn University President Dr. Kevin Ross and Rotarian Peter Baronoff, who hosted the reception for the announcement of 2013 OPAL awardees.Boca Raton Gets Ready for Final Presidential Debate By: Ariana Green As Boca Raton prepares itself for the final presidential debate of the 2012 elec tions, resides can expect headaches all day Monday on the roads around Lynn University. Military Trail between Yamato Road and Potomac Road; Potomac Road between Northwest 24th Avenue and Military Trail; Spanish River Boulevard between Broken Sound Boulevard and Military Trail. Will all be closed starting at 6 a.m on Monday and will only reopen 2 a.m. Tuesday. More periodic road closures should be anticipated, police say which might include ramp closures on Interstate 95 for the motorcades of President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney, though it wont be announced if theyre flying into Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood or Palm Beach international airports or which route theyre taking. Whenever the president visits, we dont know which roads until theyre en route. The Secret Service handles all of that, said Boca Raton police spokesman Mark Economou. Its safe to say a few times during the day there will be periodic road closures for the presidents escort and the governors escort as they come and go. Furthermore, school will be closed at Pope John Paul High School and classes are cancelled at Lynn on Monday due to the road closures. As residents know, this isnt Boca Ratons first experience with presidenUniversity hosted a Republican primary debate. But city officials say that was nothing like the scale of Mondays presidential debate. Up to 6,000 credentialed media alone are expected in town for the debate, far outnumbering the universitys 2,100 students. We are creating a debate city within our city, Malfitano said. The press area will have a spin ally as well as the construction of six platforms with certain specifications for each of the major U.S. broadcast and cable news outlets. The impact of such of an event runs deeper than the national political repercussions that will occur from the results of the debate. The hospitality and tourism industry is due to benefit the most from the debate as thousands are anticipated to visit Boca Raton over a two week period before the debate. Restaurants in the area are also in line for increased business leading up to the debate. We have two fairly iconic restaurants in Palm Beach County. Hopefully we get some additional exposure, said General Manager of the Boca Raton Bridge Hotel Greg Kaylor whose hotel is also associated with Water Colors Restaurant and Bar and Carmens Restaurant. We hope the exposure of the restaurants and the reputation of the restaurants will help to drive some of the room nights and good participation of the guests are staying and frequenting our restaurants.
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5Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Community News Gulfstream Goodwill Industries is accepting old cell phones at any of its 26 store locations in Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee counties. Our donors are being environmentally conscientious by keeping the phones out of the landfill and Goodwill refurbishes the phones for resale which helps our mission of assisting people with disabilities and other barriers to employment to become selfsufficient, working members of our community. said Rhonda Counes, vice president of retail operations for Gulfstream Goodwill. Locations in the South County area are: Boca Raton Boca Boutique & Donation Center 1662 N. Federal Highway, Boca Ra ton. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Sunday, 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Boca Raton Boca West Store & Donation Center 11427 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton Hours p.m. Sunday, 10:00 6:00 p.m. Boynton Beach Boynton Beach Store & Donation Center 9764-2 S. Military Trail, Boynton Beach, FL 33437 Phone: (561) 740-4407 Hours: p.m. Sunday, 10:00 6:00 p.m. Delray Beach Delray Store/Vin tage Shoppe & Donation Center 1640 N. Federal Highway, Delray Beach Hours p.m. Sunday, 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.Gulfstream Goodwill Industries seeks donations of old cell phones Story, photos by Barbara Mc Cormick BOCA RATON -The 39th Annual Soroptimist International of Boca Raton / Deerfield Beach Women of Distinction Breakfast was celebrated on October 3 at the Boca West Country Club. Mistress of Ceremonies Emily Lilly heartily welcomed the crowd of several hundred nominees, club members and guests. Event Co-Chairs Lorry Herdeen & Mariela Montgomery, together with Diamond Sponsors Dr. Marta Rendon and Dr. Patricia Rooney, shared the spotlight with 25 area professional woman who were recognized as the 2012 Women of Distinction Nominees. Breakfast Gold Sponsor Barba ra Schmidt introduced Honorary Chairwoman Jan Savarick, who praised the Nominees for their commitment, compassion and contributions that have touched thousands of lives and made the community a better place. Following breakfast, each nominee was introduced and a brief description of their accomplishments, written by the person who nominated them, was read. Emily Lilly and Soroptimist Pat Reed presented each nominee with a bouquet of yellow roses, a portrait and congratulatory plaque. The following winners and their categories were announced: dolynn Randall, Health Care fessional working not working Soroptimist past Governor Mary Jo Horton gave an overview of Soroptimist (which means Best for Women.) Soroptimist Breakfast Honors 25 Women of Distinction Nomineessee pics pg. B4BOCA RATON Every day, and for 40 years now, the YMCA of South Palm Beach County serves as a gathering place for the community. Kids pour in after school to play and do homework. Teens make lifelong friendships at summer camp and after school programs. Seniors connect through exercise classes and group activities. Families learn how to eat healthy and grow together. To ensure that the YMCA can continue to provide residents with life enhancing services available to everyone regardless of income the Y launched its annual community support campaign Oct. 4. As a leading nonprofit with a goal to help strengthen community, financial gifts to the YMCA for the support campaign go toward its Financial Assistance Program. This program helps provide scholarships to quality YMCA programs for children and families in need. Programs such as afterschool care, preschool, youth sports, or swimming lessons are available to all because of the Financial Assistance Program. The YMCA raises funds throughout the year to help provide scholarships for those who are unable to afford program and membership fees. Gifts to the Y stay in the community, having a direct impact on our own friends and neighbors. Through our community support campaign, we hope to spread the word that as a nonprofit organization the YMCA is all about youth development, healthy living and social responsibility theres something for everyone at the Y, said Kery Knutson, marketing and membership director. We aim to help build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all, which is why our annual community support campaign is so important! Last year, financial support made it possible for 2,100 families to participate in YMCA programs such as sports, afterschool care and preschool. Area children found a safe place to learn and build confidence after school, families were able to reconnect and grow together and people were able to access educa tion and training to reach their fullest potential. This year, the YMCA hopes to raise more than $300,000. To learn more about how you can support the YMCA of South Palm Beach Countys annual community support campaign, contact Kery Knutson at 561-237-0974 or email her at email@example.comYMCA Launches Annual Community Support Campaign
6 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Community News 10396 Sunstream Lane Boca Raton, FL 33428 www.HaulinJunkLLC.com Jason@HaulinJunkLLC.com 1-85-Junk Away (1-855-865-2929)HAULIN JUNK LLC Jason Budd Manager 1-85-Junk Away YOU BEE CALLIN WE BEE HAULIN Commercial HAULIN JUNK LLC BOCA RATON -The public is invited to attend the second annual Culinary Delights Competition of St. Mark Greek Orthodox Church on Saturday, October 20. The Real Men of St. Mark will compete to be the Top Male Chef in the event featuring sweet and St. Mark Church Sponsors Annual Culinary Delights Competition savory dishes at the church Community Hall, 2100 N.W. 51st Street (Yamato Road), Boca Raton from 6:30 to 9:30 pm. Twenty-five pa rishioners will offer their culinary creations for judging by attendees. Tickets are $20 and are available at the door or by calling Pam Parent at 561-706-2457. The evening will also feature a Chinese auction, cash bar, and a coffee bar with espresso and cappuccino. For more information, contact Saint Mark Greek Orthodox Veterans Day is November 11, and the Board of County Commissioners is recognizing the contributions and sacrifices of veterans and military servicemen and women by declaring the month of November as Veterans Appreciation Month. Ray and Bobbie White of the Jewish War Veterans Post 266 accepted the proclamation from Commissioner Burt Aaronson at the commissions Oct. 2 meeting.County Commission marks Veterans Appreciation Month BOCA RATON The Whos Who of Palm Beach County are ea gerly awaiting the encore to Florence Fuller Child Development Centers highly successful 2011 Wee Dream Ball. The 2012 version, a chic party with a purpose, will take place at the Woodfield Country Club of Boca Raton on Friday, November 30. The 2012 Wee Dream Ball, presented by Daniel & Maria Staton and Marc Bell & Jennifer Taule on behalf of ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc., is projected to raise more than $400,000 for programs helping local children, ages six weeks to 12 years, from low-income families. Wee Dream Co-chairs Carrie Rubin and Stacey Packer, along with an impressive committee of dedicated volunteers; have worked diligently to create a unique evening. This years festivities celebrate the dreams and aspirations of the 650 deserving children served by FFCDC. Highlights of the evening include a silent auction and a live auction showcasing one-of-a-kind, priceless opportunities. Offered only during the cocktail reception is the ever popular chance game. This fast-paced interactive game will once again showcase an assortment of prizes. Denise and Jordan Zimmerman, this years Wee Dream Ball Honorary Chairs, are philanthropists to many charities, Florence Fuller be-Florence Fuller Centers Wee Dream Ball a Party with a Purpose ing one of their true passions. Also on board as event sponsors is an impressive list of local philanthropists and prominent South Florida businesses: Kazma Family Foundation, Clifford Viner Family Foundation, Kate Obstgarten Family Founda tion, J.P. Morgan Chase, Sun Capital Partners Foundation, Rosa & Francis Feeney, Karen & Jay Foreman, AutoNation,Inc., Custom Medical Services, Inc., Kathy & Paul Adkins, Peggy Henry, Stacey & Evan Packer, JoAnn & Phillip Procacci, Carrie Rubin, Jill Viner, Suma & Lewis Farsedakis, Tracy & Robert Louv, Sandelman Foundation, Broad and Cassel, Wells Fargo Bank, NA and the Florida Panthers. Also: Greenberg Traurig, PA, BNY Mellon Wealth Management, Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation, Slattery & Associates, Kaufman Lynn Construc tion, Miller & O'Neill, P.L, Peg & Lee Greenspon, ArchPoint Partners, Linda & Ralph Behmoiras, Sonia & Bernie Finkelstein, Tiffany & Enda McDonnell, Monica & Steven Goldstein, Rhoda Warren and Zimmerman Advertising. Specialty sponsors include: Lawless, Edwards & Warren Financial Advisors, Club Managers Seminole Region Charity Committee, FerrariMaserati of Fort Lauderdale and The Boca Raton Observer. The FFCDC mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of young children from economically challenged families in our community. Florence Fuller Child Development Centers provide children with early education, family support programs, and the only Head Start preschool in Boca Raton. To support or attend the Wee Dream Ball, call Jennifer Berman, www.ffcdc.orgFront, from left, are Carrie Rubin, Denise Zimmerman, Stacey Packer. Middle row, from left, Lauren Johnson, Suma Farsedakis, Heidi Johnson, Tiffany McDonnell, Kelly Thill, Eda Knopf. Back row, from left, Rosa Feeney, Linda Behmoiras, Kathy Adkins, Tracy Louv. Not pictured: Karen Foreman, Gloria Branch, Christina Karas, Peggy Henry, Amy Kazma, Loren Lins, Neil Meany, Barbra Weisberg, Patricia Wallace, Christina Haligman, Nancy Wilkinson.
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8 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com All letters to the editor should be sent to: The Boca Raton Tribune, P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497Its always exciting to attend the Rotary Clubs announcement of the annual recipients of the OPAL (Outstanding People and Leaders) Award. My wife and I were there last week at the Meridian condo complex when the names of the five individuals who will be honored at the Jan. 19 gala were made public. We certainly hold a lot of respect for those named: City Manager Leif Ahnell, in the civic category; Bobby Campbell in the philanthropic leadership division; Dr. Kevin Ross, president of Lynn University, in the education category; Rick Zimmer, in the Rotary Lifetime Achievement category and Jay DiPietro, president/COO/general manager in the community service category. Im glad to see Leif Ahnell on the list, for he usually shuns publicity. He has gained recognition from many including current and past mayors and city council members for his excellent day-to-day operation of the city of Boca Raton. He is often praised by the public, as he deserves. But I have seen cit izens criticize him from the podium at council meetings, yet he responds with a sincere desire to assist. I must admit I am astounded how well he manages the citys funding so the com munity gets through each budget year without much trouble. The citys spending has been curtailed these past few years by the recession and plummeting property values. Ahnell has come up with budgets that have either held the line on tax rates or have only nudged them up just a bit. He clearly has an excellent command of the city. Jay DiPietro has served Boca West Country Club very well over the years. I remem ber getting a personal tour of the beautiful development last year. I saw the golf courses, the golfers, the restaurants, the swimming pools and all the other amenities that make Boca West a very comfortable place to live for 10,000 people who reside there in season. Jay and his wife, Sharon, are involved in many activities in the community. We just ran into them at Henrietta, Countess de Hoernles 100th birthday party held where else at Boca West. She celebrated her 95th birthday at the same venue. Kevin Ross (I dont know anyone who calls him doctor) is the young and ambitious president of Lynn University. In his short tenure at the helm, he has celebrated some wonderful events like the opening of the Wold Performing Arts Center and the upcoming presidential debate to be held Oct. 22 in that very same center. He also had to endure the tragedy of losing four students and two members of the faculty, all killed in the earthquake in Haiti several years ago. A Remembrance Plaza has been erected on campus to honor their memory. I dont know Bobby Campbell well, but I do recall meeting him last year during the first annual Toasts, Tastes and Trolleys event. The tour had stopped at the two restored railroad cars at the FEC Train Station on Dixie Highway, which has been restored and is held by the Boca Raton Historical Society. Bobby Campbell was the man who put up the money for the train cars restoration and what a wonderful job they did. It makes an old train buff like myself happy to see these stainless steel living legends. Campbell also provided Lynn University with a gift of $1.2 million for construction of a new stadium for the Fighting Knights soccer program. I also dont know Rick Zimmer very well, but I noted that speakers at last weeks event certainly praised him royally for what he has done for Rotary, and for the community. I look forward to getting to know more about him. The announcement ceremony was a wonderful event, and we have to thank Peter Baronoff and his company, Promise Healthcare, for that. It was held in the Meridian at the corner of East Palmetto Park Road and A1A. I had never been in the building before, though I certainly remember writing about it. History buffs might recall that the Meridian was built on the site of the old Boca Beach Market, an iconic and somewhat infamous place. As I recall, the store was closed and the building was condemned some years ago, making way for construction of the Meridian. Watch this space for more info about the OPAL Awards ceremony in early 2013. EDITORIAL considered for publication. The Boca Raton Tribune reserves the than every 60 days. letters to the editor.Letter Guidelines By Dale King Letters to the Editor The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 DOUGLAS HEIZER, Publisher SKIP SHEFFIELD, MATT BLUESTEIN, CHRIS J. NELSON, LINDA GOVE,CARLO BARBIERI,Business DOUGLAS HEIZER: C.E.ODINI HEIZER: C.O.O. CHRIS CATAGGIO: C.M.0 Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial DALE M. KING: Executive Editor PEDRO HEIZER: Managing EditorOLEDA BAKER, DIANE FEEN, MIGUEL ANGELO, DENISE RIGHETTI,MIKE GORASANDY HUNTSMAN, SYNESIO LYRA, GERALD SHERMAN, MARC KENT, KAY RENZ, MATT PINEDA,Online Edition PEDRO HEIZER: Editor ANDRE HEIZER: Social Media ANDERSON MANCEBO: Software Engineer Citizens are Getting OPAL Awards Dear Editor: I attended at a political rally for the Romney campaign recently and I bought my first Romney campaign bumper sticker. It actu ally says Romney Believe in America and even though I support Governor Romney, I am afraid to place it on my car. Thinking that I was being a bit too paranoid, I asked some other Romney supporters and they agreed with me; displaying a Romney bumper sticker was just too dangerous. Maybe this is the reason why I have seen so few Romney bumper stickers displayed, not only in this hotly contested swing state where I live, but also in other swing states where I have recently traveled. Which leads me to the question: What has happened to our nation when voters are afraid to display their political preferences with something as traditional as a bumper sticker? Personally, I am concerned that my car will be keyed along the sides or some other damage inflicted on the vehicle. What a sad commentary this is about political discourse in 2012. Ann Warren, Delray Beach
9Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FL By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING The Life You Choose!Once you are born and begin to mature, you cannot begin your life all over again. Nevertheless, as you advance day by day, you can modify your style from bad to good, from good to better, from better to best! Everything youve done up to now, will contribute in some fashion to what you are becoming. And every new step you take in life will either re-confirm or not that you are in the right track, moving in the best direction possible. Youre going somewhere only when you plan that journey; you cannot let yourself be taken by any shifting winds for inevitably youll end up where you dont desire to be. The fact that you can choose the life you desire to live offers you enormous opportunities of planning it well, for reaping the best possible results. Its extremely sad when anyone reaches the end of earthly life devoid of any meaningful accomplishment. One may mechanically move through life, enduring a boring sameness without any excitement or the joy of adventure. There are risks one can legitimately avoid, but several other risks are necessary if life is to take one even beyond of where he or she anticipates arriving on the basis of how that life was mapped out! Never forget that at any point of your personal development, you can also break free from whatever turns out to be undesirable, or even a form of enslavement to you. Part of the growth process is to recognize what is binding you and impeding your progress. What might have served some good purpose at one stage of life may have reached its expiration date which might have arrived unnoticed but now can be replaced by more salutary measures! True life is never lived in the status quo; it is dynamic in nature its always on the move reaching for new and better things which will improve all our accomplishments and grant us due rewards. Its ever adding greater benefits of acquired experience up to that point which must be mingled with a mind always engaged in seeking what has genuine significance. Ultimately, only such life can leave a permanent legacy and a long-lasting impact for the benefit of many others who come after us! Remember that the life you choose will either keep you in bondage, or will promote legitimate satisfaction stemming from every action you complete. Consult the Author of life for His own directives, always available to you! having 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. You can enjoy the sun that rises every day. One day you will wake up and find out that money cannot buy everything. You will find out that most things we can buy does not matter you can live without them. You will find that time is passing too fast and you have to prioritize what to do. You will find that there are few who believe in you for who you are and not for what you do or have. You will learn to know and understand people inside and not the way they present themselves on the outside One day you will regret having wasted time with discussions that will not take you anywhere and with causes that are nothing more than something to feed the vanity. I hope you learn soon to pay attention to what goes on in the world around you I hope you do not waste all your time with technology and forget to live with people. You will also learn that many of the people who walked with you seeking a dream in reality are interested in their own personal dream in your dream and not the same dream as you as they say. You will also realize you will be used, betrayed and mocked so much and yet youre still alive and therefore should continue performing your intended purpose by God. The things that really are worth it are not worth having magazine covers and photos for social columns. You will see and understand that what is worthwhile is be a servant and building bridges. You will also discover that the people who support you and cheer for you the most, are the people you did not reserve enough time to spend with and that now it may be too late. You will learn not to complain about things that are out of place in your house, you will be thankful to have the things there where they are. You will no longer complain about the food or water without ice and will learn to be grateful for the food and drinking water. You will actually learn that an empty glass is full of air and that the sun always comes back the next day, but most importantly, I hope you realize this soon because you are not promised tomorrow.thebocaratontribune.com
10 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL 9/30/12 John William Johnson begins a twice monthly column in this edition of the Boca Tribune, according to an announcement by Publisher Douglas Heizer. Were pleased to have Johns column, said Heizer, and we welcome his many years of experience to the Boca Tribune. Johnson, former opinion editor for the Boca Raton News, has been writing professionally for 40 years, and has been privileged to earn 14 career writing awards eight of which for opinion writing. Major events in his journalism life have included the Three Mile Island nuclear accident, meeting and interviewing five presidents, beginning with Richard Nixon shortly before he resigned -and 9-11 which radically changed my life. And I also know who erased those tergate tapes and it wasnt Rosemary Woods, Johnson said. Additionally, Johnsons career has included hosting a current events radio talk show for four years and hosting a current events television talk show for two years. The new column will be called From JWJs Journal and will involve conversations with a group Johnson calls the Breakfast Club. The column will be about life in general, together with some humor and in-depth discussions, Johnson said, adding: Im pleased to again have a Boca Raton audience, and I look forward to interacting with that audience through the column, and public speaking engagements.Johnson Begins From JWJs Journal In This Edition
11Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune YMCA of Boca Raton and The Palm Beach County Commis sion, at its Oct. 2 meeting, authorized the issuance of a $10 million industrial development revenue bond to enable the YMCA of South Palm Beach County to refinance earlier bonds issued to finance capital assets at YMCA facilities in Boynton Beach and Boca Raton. County officials said this funding is expected to have an economic impact of $24 million over five years. No county funds, nor its taxing power, faith or credit are involved. In other business at its Oct. 2 meeting, commissioners took the following action: Jail expansion received an update on the Jail II Expansion Program. The report included clarification of information contained in a recent newspaper article that staff believes incorrectly characterized the status, management and success of the program. Risk Management approved the selection of United Healthcare Services, Inc./Solstice Benefits, Inc. for the countys multiple-option employeepaid dental insurance program; and renewed the agreement with CIGNA Health and Life Insurance Company for county employees self-funded HMO and POS health insurance plans. Amendment 4 authorized a resolution opposing property tax Amendment 4 on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot. Landfills agreed to invite officials with the Town of Palm Beach to attend the Oct. 10 Solid Waste Authority Governing Board meeting to discuss the towns request for variances regarding the height and slope of landfills and allowing them to remain uncovered. Step Up for Kids Causeway Display Lynn University, Monday, October 22 Photos from the National Exhibit and art work from South Floridas kids will be displayed; handouts on kids issues will be distributed and a call will be raised urging the moderator of the last debate to ask how the next president will address the needs of 16 million children living in poverty in America. The Boca Raton Childrens Museum is a non-profit organization boasting of service to South Florida for the past 33 years. Every exhibit and program is developed to engage the child (and the young-at-heart) in an interactive, freeplay, imagination-centered way. Visit the website for more information.www. cmboca.orgLPR hit results in arrest of woman for BOCA RATON -On Wednesday, October 3, at about marked patrol vehicle is equipped with License Plate Recog nition (LPR) technology. When a blue Toyota Corolla passed him, he received notification that the vehicle was stolen. A police report said the officer made contact with the alleged driver, Terresha Germany, 22, of Delray Beach. Police said Germany told the officer she was having car trouble and got lost looking for her boyfriends apartment. The officer was given information that the Toyota had been stolen from a gas station in Delray Beach by a female matching Germanys description. The officer arrested Germany for grand theft auto. When Germany was searched, officers allegedly found a small glass pipe and a small amount of cocaine wrapped in plastic. Officers also charged Germany with possession of cocaine and paraphernalia, and she was also cited for driving on a suspended license. Terresha GermanyBOCA RATON -On October 19, just in time for the last of the presidential debates on October 22, Boca Ratons Childrens Museum will collaborate with Every Child Matters Education Fund to host a national photogra phy exhibit and forum to help raise the visibility of childrens needs during the 2012 election cycle. Events surrounding the exhibit include two forums on childrens issues, one at the museum and another at nearby Lynn University--where the final presidential debate will be held. The Boca Raton Childrens Museum Forum is open to the public. Forum on Presidents Helping Children: Boca Raton Childrens Museum, 10 a.m. noon. The forum will focus on the issues that impact Floridas children and their families. Confirmed speakers at the forum include: T. Berry Brazelton, M.D., noted pediatrician and author Michael Petit Founding President of Every Child Matters Education Fund Dr. Barbara Weinstein, President/ CEO, Family Central Inc. Dr. Denise ST Patrick-Bell, Executive Director, Boca Raton Childrens Museum Ellyn Okrent, L.C.S.W., CEO Florence Fuller Child Development Centers Dr. Raphael Wald, Clinical Psychol ogist Children & Youth speakers and performers National Photography Exhibit: Boca Raton Childrens Museum, 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, noon 4 p.m. Sunday. The exhibit is made up of 30 gallery-quality photographs of children chosen from an international photo competition and a display of 11 past presidents who helped our nations children. The award winning exhibit travels to Paris when it leaves the Boca Raton Childrens Museum. Art work created by South Floridas children on the theme of what they would ask the President to do for kids will also be displayed. Step Up for Kids Causeway Display Lynn University, Monday, October 22 Photos from the National Exhibit and art work from South Floridas kids will be displayed; handouts on kids issues will be distributed and a call will be raised urging the moderator of the last debate to ask how the next president will address the needs of 16 million children living in poverty in America. The Boca Raton Childrens Museum is a non-profit organization boasting of service to South Florida for the past 33 years. Every exhibit and program is developed to engage the child (and the young-at-heart) in an interactive, freeplay, imagination-centered way. Visit the website for more information.www.cmboca.org.Childrens Museum to Host National Exhibit of PresidentsExhibits Sponsor Calls for Increased National Conversation about Kids
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13Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Argo a Feel-Good ENTERTAINMENT See page B6 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca Life & Arts FOOD REVIEW See page B9Superior Dining at Bocas Villagio Restaurant Boca Life & Arts October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.comBand Formed in West Palm Beach plays First Show in Boca Raton in over Two yearsBy: Pedro Heizer Local band, Tenth Avenue North, will be back in Boca Raton for the first in over two years this November as they play at Spanish River Church on Yamato road on Friday, November 16. The band, which was formed in West Palm Beach while the members were students at Palm Beach Atlantic University, has been on tour since September 12 promoting their new album, The Struggle. Before beginning their career as a Contemporary Christian band, the group led worship at Christ Fellowship in West Palm Beach and also led worship in other churches in the area. Tenth Avenue North gets its name from the street in West Palm Beach where the band members lived. One day [before I joined the band] they finally landed their first real gig and they needed a name, said guitarist Jeff Owen who has been with the band for seven years. So they looked at each other and said what about tenth avenue north since we live on that street? The other members looked at eachother for a bit and said yeah, I can live with that, and it just stuck. The band is currently on a 35city tour promoting their new album The Struggle. Produced by six-time SESAC Christian Songwriter of the Year, and two-time Grammy nominee, Ja son Ingram, The Struggle is a creative leap forward for the band, reflecting influences ranging from fan insight to the addition of two band Returning Home for Tenth Avenue North will be no strugglemembers to a new recording process. The Struggle has songs that were written in a day, and other songs that were written years ago that were just finished, said Owen. These songs were all inspired by us talking to our fans or from direct relationships with friends and family. We named the album The Strug gle because we as Christians sometimes struggle but with our faith in Christ we get back up, explained Owen. continued on page B3 OLEDA TALKS...Moisturizers: The They Are, The Better They Are, Right? Wrong!See page B9
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15Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts Section B Edition 118 B3 Tenth Avenue North is comprised of members Mike Donehey (lead vocals/acoustic guitar), Jason Jamison (drummer), Jeff Owen (electric guitar/background vocals), Ruben Juarez (bass) and Brendon Shirley (keys). Its awesome [to be back on tour], said Owen. We are currently touring with two great artists in Audrey Assad and Rend Collective Experiment, said the lead guitarist of Tenth Avenue North. Touring with other people is great, you develop a relationship with them and you have better sense of reality and community. Tickets for their upcoming show at Spanish River church can still be purchased at itickets.com. If you are interested, please go to www.itickets. comReturning Home for Tenth strugglecontinued from page B1DELRAY BEACH -South Florida's coolest cultural hub, the Arts Ga rage in Delray Beach, was selected as one of five organizations to compete for the Knight Foundation Peoples Choice Award for up-and-coming cultural organizations. As a way of bringing more attention to innovative emerging groups, Knight Foundation is asking the public to vote by text for their favorite of the five. The organization that receives the most votes will get $20,000 in unrestricted funds to use for a project. So much of the exciting art in South Florida is at the ground level. We want to make sure everybody knows about these groups and the work they are doing to engage people through the arts, said Dennis Scholl, Knight Foundations vice president/ arts. The only organization selected from Palm Beach County, Arts Ga rage has swiftly established a solid reputation as the place for diverse programming that includes live jazz, blues, hip hop and classical music, as well as original theatre and visual art exhibitions. Arts Garage is also providing a stage and a voice for emerg ing regional artists of all disciplines to flourish. "Not only are we thrilled to be nominated for this outstanding gift," said Alyona Ushe, Executive Director of Arts Garage, we are also humbled and honored to represent our county, and especially Delray Beach, in Knight Foundations prestigious peoples choice award competition. Since its inception, Arts Garage brought to the region a roster of extraordinary talent. From internationally renowned to emerging artists, a wide array of disciplines and programming can be experienced at any given week at Arts Garage. We owe our success to remarkable talent living and creating in South Florida and culture lovers who believes in our vision and appreciate the intimacy of our venue. This win would give us the support and endorsement to build on our progress and keep our artistic dreams prospering. We appreciate every vote, and every text does count!" said Ushe. Knight Foundation has launched the contest to bring attention to the exciting art happening on the ground level in South Florida and to invite people to participate in the selection process. The contest is part of the Knight Arts Challenge, which is investing $40 million in bringing South Florida Arts together. For further details, www.knightarts.org/peopleschoice Facebook athttps://www.facebook.com/ knightarts, Twitter @knightarts, and @knightfdn Visit artsgarage.org for more information. Nominees for People's Choice Award Texting for a good cause the Arts Garage are Alyona Ushe and Chuck Halberg Tenth Avenue North is comprised of members Mike Donehey (lead vocals/acoustic guitar), Jason Jamison (drummer), Jeff Owen (electric guitar/background vocals), Ruben Juarez (bass) and Brendon Shirley (keys). Reliable Residential Pool Maintenance 20% OFF Coupon
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18 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com If Argo werent based on actual events, one might be tempted to dismiss it as too far-fetched. A daring rescue did occur in Tehran, tion specialist named Tony Mendez led a group of six Americans from the Canadian Embassy where they had been hiding to a Swiss Air flight to freedom. Mendez wrote a book about his CIA experiences titled Master of Disguise. In 2007, Joshua Berman wrote the article How the CIA Used a Fake Sci-Fi Flick to Rescue Americans from Tehran. Screenwriter Chris Terrio used both sources to create the script for Argo, directed by and starring Ben Affleck. This is by far Afflecks best work, both as actor and director. He had a lot of help from a crack team of Hollywood professionals, starting with Alan Arkin as the wise-cracking veteran producer Lester Siegel. Argo is the name affixed to the phony script used to fool Iranian officials. This is the best bad idea we have, admitted CIA operative Jack ODonnell (Bryan Cranston). On Nov. 4, 1979, the American Embassy in Tehran was besieged by rioting supporters of the Ayatollah, a strict Islam cleric who took over Iran after the Shah fled to the United States. Fifty-two Americans were taken hostage. Six Americans managed to slip out the back and were granted refuge at the Canadian Embassy. This was the darkest part of the Carter Administra tion. The hostages would end up spending 444 days in captivity, fearing for their lives. The rescue of six Americans was a tremendous morale-booster, but it could not be publicized for fear of reprisals against Canada. This operation would not have been possible without the express coopera tion of Canada, which supplied fake Cana dian passports to the Americans. Canadian Ambassador Kenneth D. Taylor (Victor Garber) risked his life and his countrys reputation to save the Americans, but the story was not declassified until 1997. Argo crackles with edge-of-the-seat suspense and a surprising amount of comic relief from actors like John Goodman, Kyle Chandler, Michael Parks and Clea DuVall. Argo is not only one of the best-realized films of 2012 so far, it is the feel-good movie of the year. You may want to hug a Canadian after seeing this film. Four starsCrazy Fun in Seven Psychopaths With the title like Seven Psychopaths you must assume its going to be a black comedy. It is, and Seven Psychopaths is surprisingly funny considering its macabre premise. For that, we must credit gifted playwright Martin McDonagh, who both wrote and directed Seven Psychopaths. McDonagh was named Britains Most Promising Playwright for his first play, The Beauty Queen of Leenane in 1996. McDonagh tapped his buddy Colin Farrell, who had previously starred in McDonaghs film In Bruges, to play the lead character of failing, alcoholic screenwriter Marty. Martys best friend is Billy (Sam Rockwell), a neer do well who convinces Marty to help him dog-nap a valuable Shih-Zu named Bonny. This is a spectacularly bad idea. Bonny is owned by Charlie (Woody Harrelson), a ruthless and possibly crazy gangster. Soon Charlie is on the trail of Billy, Marty and their accomplice, Hans (Christopher Walken). While the action is slapstick and mockgory, there is an underlying satire of writers pretentions, crime movie clichs, mental health and obsessions. The dog is awfully cute too. Three stars Entertainment Skip Sheffield B6 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & ArtsSection BArgo a Feel-Good Scene from Seven Psychopaths Residential & Commer cialLicensed & Insured CFC 1427238 CGC 1508546 rfnrf tbbbb ntbbt Any Plumbing Service CallBR TIIWith this coupon. Not valid with other of fers or prior services. Limit one coupon per service call.0035OFF$ 561-368-51 1 1Save Until Y ou Need Us35 YEARSCALL US! Plumbing R epairs W e Do It All! b b bbbbt bW e also P ump Septic & Grease T raps r ttt b 3360 N. Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL 33431561.368.5520www.pellegrinosofboca.com(South of Spanish River Blvd. East Side Of Fed Hwy.) ellegrinos PEst.1999 Boca Plaza ristoranteEvery Sunday Mamas Meat In The Gravy Over Pasta PRIVATE V.I.P. Room Available 12 24 People Rated 4 Stars & Top 100 Restaurants in South Florida Sun Sentinel Top 50 Restaurants Of Old School Cooking Boca MagazineCelebrating Our th Year Anniversary
19Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 118 B7 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts Section B Community & Culture ExpoAmerican Stories as Told Through the Cultural Arts Performances by local cultural groups and Miss Boca Raton Childrens activities & all American food Live music by the All Star Band Free admission to the Boca Raton Museum of Art for Boca residents Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Spanish River Library 7:00 PM 1-561-544-8600 590 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432 Boca Raton Public Library Author Lectures and Book SigningCandice Millard, best known for her books The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelts Darkest Journey and Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President. 393-7852 Thursday, October 18, 2012 Spanish River Library 7:00 PM Boca Raton Public Library Author Lectures and Book SigningDr. Richard Beeman, author of The Penguin Guide to the United States and Plain Honest Men: The Making of the American Constitution. 393-7852 Monday, October 22, 2012 Mizner Park Amphitheater 7:00 PM Rock the Vote Concert featuring Neon Trees presented by X-Box Live followed by Debate Watch Party7:00 PM Neon Trees in Concert. 9:00 PM Presidential Debate Screening. Presented by the City of Boca Raton and the Convention and Visitors Bureau of Palm Beach County. Final Presidential Debate watch on several large screens inside the amphitheater. RSVP at www.rockthevote.com. Sunday, November 4, 2012 Mizner Park Amphitheater 7:00 PM Lynn University Philharmonia Concert Patriotic performance by the Lynn University Philharmonia conducted by Jon Robertson. Bring blankets or chairs. Food and beverages sold on site. Cinema Under the StarsMr. Smith Goes to Washington Historical and political perspective by Lynn Universitys Dr. Robert Watson Free movie, bring blankets and chairs Free, city-sponsored events for the community.www.myboca.us www.mizneramphitheater.com Friday, October 12, 2012 8:00 PM Mizner park Amphitheater Friday, October 5, 2012 6:30 PM Mizner Park Amphitheater
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21Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Life & Arts Section B Edition 118 B9 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012Moisturizers: The More They Are, Right? Wrong! Oleda Talks Oleda Baker TheBocaRatonTribune.comOne of four Italian restaurants bearing the Villagio name in Florida was the subject of our dinner review. number included the polpetta de manzo, a huge meatball topped with ricotta in a wonderful sauce a superb starting dish. The calamari fritti con zucchini had the fried veggies in a delicate marinara sauce soft rings with a light crunch, very tasty. The steamed mussels cooked in a delicate tomato and basil sauce had just the right touch of wine and garlic this time of year the mussels were small and a bit chewy but tasty. Others on the list included eggplant with mozzarella, Scottish salmon with mozzarella plus the mozzarella with either prosciutto and sliced tomatoes or simply with tomatoes alone. We sampled a most unusual and fantastic lentil soup filled with both pasta and spinach dont miss it. Ditto for zuppa mare e monti mixed fish, rice, calamari and shrimp in a clam broth plus a touch of tomato with zucchini. Well try the white bean soup and the broccoli with zucchini another day. There are two menu dishes featuring thin slices of raw filet mignon plus two featuring raw cured fresh salmon. We chose one avocado con gamberi. It was an excellent combination of thin slices of salmon with ripe avocado and shrimp plus chopped tomato in basil vinaigrette dressingvery nice! While six salads are featured, we only sampled the Caesar an excellent dressing that had a tiny hint of anchovy in a rich creamy base topped with croutons and parmigiano cheese, it is perfect. FYI you can order it with either chicken or shrimp and, if requested, a topping of fresh anchovy! Linguini pasta white or whole wheat is available with either red or white clam sauce or with an array of fresh seafood and tomato. Other pasta dishes are based on spaghetti, capellini, fusilli, fettuccini, tortellini and more. The combinations are creative and delightful. We concentrated on agnolotti del magnifico homemade rounded pasta filled with ricotta cheese and spinach, served in a pink cream sauce and truly magnificent. Risottos, three in number, included risotto al porciniporcini mushrooms and truffle oil infused into carnaroli rice for the most perfect taste and texture. The meat category lists ten offerings, fine veal selections, New York style strips, sirloins and filet mignon plus lamb shanks. We will review several choices in the future. Directly from their summer specials menuwe enjoyed a feast of a Maine lobster with chopped shrimp, mussels and clams in delicious marinara sauce over tender angel hair pastaa generous dish with a complex mixture of tastesa very tasty treat not too spicy at all. Five chicken dishes are featured well taste them another time as we will test some of the nine pizza variations available. To end a fine tasting we sampled four of the dozen desserts listed and were pleased that each and every one was superb in taste. The crme Brule was extremely smooth and creamy, the tiramisu of ladyfingers dipped in espresso and amaretto with mascarpone cheese and dusting of cocoa powder was a creative delight and the chocolate souffl was a chocoholics dream. The final dessert choice was puff pastry baked to our order with caramelized apples, topped with vanilla ice cream. This is a house special dessert not to be missed.Superior Dining at Bocas Villagio Restaurant Food Review Marc Kent Government labeling regulations require that a products ingredients be printed on the container in descending order. Therefore, the first ingredient you see on a label is the one that makes up more of the formula than any of the others. Take a look at the moisturizer youre currently using. The likelihood is that the first ingredient listed on the jar is water. It might say Aqua or Deionized Water or Purified Water, or something like that, but its all the same: its water. Thats not all bad. You need water for the moisturizing effect. Indeed, Ive looked at the ingredients of creams that sell between $50 and $140 per ounce and the first one listed is water. Now, heres a shocker for you: The moisturizer creams I use, different ones for daytime and nighttime, sell for $9.00 $17.50 per ounce, and the first ingredient listed on their labels is Aloe Vera Concentrate, the second one is water. Why is Aloe Vera so Good For Your Skin? The Aloe Vera plant contains natural and numerous vitamins and minerals, enzymes, amino acids, natural sugars and agents that are anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. The combination of the plants ingredients gives it its healing properties. It is a well known skin healer and conditioner (its widely used to heal burns, for example) So, for years I have been nurturing my skin with Aloe Vera and moisturizing at the same time. I have also been very careful to protect it from the sun. Thats why, despite the fact that my skin is naturally dry, it remains clear, moist and healthy at age 76. Some people think theyre not properly caring for their skin unless theyre using an expensive moisturizer in a fancy jar, when actually most of them are no better than some of the less costly ones, and some are not even as good. Im living proof of that. Fancy containers and packaging often cost more than the ingredients that make up the formula. Be Careful How You Spend Your Money Companies learned long ago that science sells, so labels and ads often use scientific sounding terms. Moisturizers are often billed as hypoallergenic or allergy testedeven though theres no government standard for making such a claim. Some products brag about being noncomedogenican impressive word that means they wont cause a break-out (pimples) but almost all moisturizers on the market today use ingredients that are noncomedogenic. Lists of vitamins lead us to believe that moisturizers can nourish skin or stoke it full of antioxidants. Yet in some cases vitamins in moisturizers are probably too small to have much effect. Fairy Dusting is a term that refers to the industry practice of adding minimal amounts of special or desirable ingredients to a product to make it sound more attractive to buyers. Dont be fooled into thinking youre not properly caring for your skin unless youre using an expensive moisturizer. If you want to know the 2 Aloe vera based creams I use go to www. oleda.com and click on Skin Care. Until next time, Love, Oleda
22 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL Municipal News to ID stolen credit card suspectBOCA RATON -On September 15 pictured was captured on surveillance video using a stolen credit card at the Louis Vuitton Store located in the 6000 block of Glades Road, Boca Raton. If anyone can identify this suspect they are urged to contact Crimes StopBOCA RATON, FL (October 16, 2012) Just days after the historymaking Rock the Vote concert and presidential debate watch party in Downtown Boca, the second annual Meet Me On The Promenade event takes center stage as the next big thing. The free two-night, one-day street fest featuring the downtown destinations best is held from Friday, Oc tober 26th from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. with Sanborn Square serving as the event hub (71 North Federal Highway). On-going activities are scheduled along the Promenade and the areas that it connects such as Palmetto Park Road, N.E. First Avenue, Boca Raton Road, Mizner Park and more. The fest that drew 14,000 last year returnsnow even more stroll-able, bike-able, shop-able, and dine-able with continuous live entertainment, plenty of friends & family fun, and staged Fall For Downtown Boca keepsake photo opportunities both inside a gigantic walk in commemorative globe and next to the Office Depot Tony Stewart NASCAR show car. There will be Family and Sports Zones, themed villages, a Doggie Depot, classic and antique car showcases, an artists and crafters expo, and more. Saturday afternoon and evening features a memorable schedule of Halloween Happenings! including a costume contest for children and families, a pet costume showcase, shop-to-shop trick or treating, early family dining specials and Happy Halloween Hours, BeetleJuices Rock N Roll Monster Revue and after parties at participating Downtown Boca pubs and clubs. While there will be plenty of free event parking available, avid cyclists are encouraged to bike it and head to the VIB (Very Important Bicyclist) Parking sponsored and hosted at Comerica Bank (1 South Federal Highway, corner of South Federal Highway and East Palmetto Park Road) on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Complimentary jump on, jump off trolley service throughout the festival will run Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Read More Online Following The Exciting Debate Watch Party In Downtown Boca: The Destinations Second Annual Free Street-Filling Meet Me On The Promenade
23Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Entrepreneur Kaminsky Partners with Max Group for The Mexican Restaurant For 24/7 News go to www.bocaratontribune.comBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Business Notes from PBSC: Retail Sales are Growing BOCA RATON -The average in the first quarter of 2012 at retail stores than they did in the first quarter of 2011. During the past year, sales growth has been widespread. In fact, sales increased in all but one category: elec tronics and appliance stores. The monthly retail sales figures are by the type of store, not product. Therefore, that decline may be attributable to consumers shifting where they purchase products for instance, buying online or from warehouse clubs/supercenters. The fastest growing retail sales category was building materials, garden equipment, and supply dealers stores, which saw 12.5 percent growth. This may be due to a mix of unseasonably warm winter weather and the improving housing market. At other types of business, retail at gasoline stations (due in part to at health and personal care stores.BOCA RATON The Max Group has announced that Boca Ra ton entrepreneur Mitchell Kaminsky is a partner in its new eatery, The Mexican, slated to open in early November in Boca Ratons Royal Palm Place. Kaminsky is Chairman of the Board of GEM Financial Services Inc., which was established in 1947 by his father, the late Martin Kaminsky. GEM currently employs 150 people with more than 25 stores throughout the New York City metropolitan area. A native of Brooklyn, who received an MBA from the University of Michigan, Kaminsky has lived in Boca Raton for eight years. He recently sold the Bridge Hotel in Boca Raton and is also an investor in a restaurant in West Palm Beach and a nightclub in Fort Lauderdale. We are pleased that Mitchell, with his strong business expertise, is teaming with The Max Group on The Mexican, said Dennis Max. His vision and creativity will help drive the success in our newest culinary concept. The Mexican, a lively cocina and tequila bar featuring traditional Mexican street food, will open in early November. The restaurant will serve as a key anchor in Boca Ratons popular Royal Palm Place. The 4,000 square foot restaurant at 133 SE Mizner Boulevard will fea ture a large indoor/outdoor bar, patio seating, a spacious dining room and a private dining area. The Mexican BOCA RATON e Zonta Club of Boca Raton meets monthly on the second Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. for dinner. For more information, call Kathe Koch 561 482-1013 or e-mail email@example.com Zonta is a worldwide organization of women in business and the professions working together to advance the status of women locally and throughout the world.Zonta Club meets second Wednesday of each monthwas designed by Pamela Manhas of Manhas Design. Scott Pierce will serve as the executive chef and the general manager is Stefano Barbagallo, both of whom have been part of The Max Group family. The Max Group owns and operates its signature Max restaurant concepts in South Florida, including Maxs Grille and Maxs Harvest. In addition, it manages restaurant establishments and provides consultation services for independent restaurant owners.Mitchell KaminskyBOCA RATON -The Florida Association of Chamber Professionals (FACP) installed its 2012-2013 Board of Directors at the 92nd Annual Conference held September Directors is the governing body responsible for overseeing the opera tions of FACP. Troy McLellan, CCE, FCCP, President and CEO of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, was named to the Board. Sonia Douglas, IOM, vice president & COO of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, replaces Jaye Baillie, President & CEO of the Ocala-Marion County Chamber of Commerce, as the chair of FACP. As chair, Douglas will lead the board and oversee its direction in the coming year in providing development skills for professionals within the chamber of commerce industry. The 2012-2013 Board of Direc tors include: CHAIR: Sonia Douglas, IOM, Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce CHAIR-ELECT: Robin Sollie, Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce TREASURER: Bob Rohrlack, Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce PAST CHAIR: Jaye Baillie, APR, IOM, Ocala/Marion County Chamber of Commerce Additional board members are: Mike Malone, Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce; Noel Martinez, Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce; Andre Varona, Hispanic Chamber of Palm Beach County and Mark Wilson, CCE, Florida Chamber of Commerce Of these, the following will serve as regional chairs, with the purpose of representing the chambers of commerce within their designated area of Florida: Troy McLellan, SE Region; Julie Mathis, SW Region; Stina DUva, Central Region; Tom Morrissette, West Central Region; Art Kimbrough, NW Region and Greg Voss, NE Region.Boca Chamber Boss named to Board of Floridas Association of Chamber Professionals Consumers spent the most at general merchandise stores, which include department stores, warehouse clubs and supercenters. Expenditures at these types of stores averaged about $472 per month in the first quarter. These sales were followed by food and beverage store spending (primarily grocery stores) and gasoline stations. (This is according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.) For more on this topic, or for nocost consulting with certified business analysts, including growth accelera tion consultants and PTAC specialists, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
24 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com NOW is a Great Time to Start a New BusinessIf youre seriously thinking of starting your own business, right now is a great time to do it. At first blush, that may sound a little crazy. The country has barely recovered from a devastating recession. Unemployment remains high, banks are reluctant to lend start-up capital and many existing small businesses have either closed or cut staff. So why stick your neck out at such a gloomy time? Actually, opening a business during a difficult economic period is one of the best things you can do. It could get you off the unemployment rolls, and also help the marketplace to recover if your business grows and you hire additional staff to keep the momentum going. Because the nations financial state has been in a downturn for so long, its easier to find employees, developers, consultants and other workers for much less money than in a strong economy. Plus, starting on a shoestring budget encourages creative problemsolving which helps new businesses become long-term entities. If an entrepreneurial type has a solid business idea for delivering a good or service that consumers really need and has access to sufficient lowcost financing, almost any time is a good time to start a new business, said Timothy Weidman, technology director at Applied Materials in the San Francisco area. However, in this uncertain environment, I would add a caveat: a business that can be launched as a one-person operation and grow without adding many employees is the best bet, he added. A large pool of unemployed people may be bad for the country as a whole, but good for start-up companies. In a down economy, many people dont have jobs, said Constance Scott, a growth acceleration program counselor at the Small Business Development Center of Palm Beach State College. Its a very popular time for entrepreneurs to rise out of unemployment and find alternative ways of earning money. People who are out of work and those whove accepted part time jobs just to help pay the bills should take another look at their skills set, said Scott, who is also a Boca Raton City Council member and chairwoman of the Community Redevelopment Agency. There are lots of reasons why now is a good time to carve out your business niche. Suppliers and manufacturers are hungry for business. They need and welcome it, even if its from a small one-person company such as that suggested by Weidman. When the financial times get better, you, as a business owner, will have the advantage of an existing relationship with the suppliers, and theyll continue to do business with you perhaps giving you a break for stepping in when the going was tough. This doesnt mean your rewards will have to wait until things improve. Youll also have the wisdom that comes from having lived through difficult times and youll avoid the mistakes that overzealous business owners make when the economy heats up. Also, it has never been easier to start a business. Think about it: You can register a business online in less than an hour. The US registration and most state registrations can be done online. Registering a business is only one way of using the Internet. Todays entrepreneurs can take advantage of minimal costs for launching a company, especially if it is a virtual (online business), which provides the opportunity to conduct business from anywhere in the world to potential customers around the world, said Bob Basso, an actor famed for his portrayal of patriot Thomas Paine. Additionally, social media and online marketing allow for virtually free or low cost promotion for a business. Getting started early can give you a big advantage. Youll have more experience and know-how to face the challenges that inevitably occur as you toil to make your business work.Business CARLO BARBIERIBy Carlo Barbieri B u s i n e s s D i r e c t o r y attorney at law Locksmith LICENSED & BONDED LOCKSMITH MARCELLO email@example.com HIGH SECURITY KEY LEXUS / HONDA / ETC... LOCK OPENING AND REPAIR COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL TRANSPONDER KEYS SHARPENING CUTLE NIPPERS MASTER KEY FOR BUILDING FOREIGN DOMESTIC AUTOS MOTORCYCLES THE ORGANIZERClosets-Garages-Oces-Filing Garage Sales-Pack/Unpack Moving Boxes-Holiday DecoratingPaul Jetty 561.596.1069 firstname.lastname@example.org $25 per hour Only $25 Per Week Ad Size 3.25 wide x 1.85 tall CALL NOW! The Boca Raton Tribune For Details 561.290.1202 New Construction Remodel & Service Commercial & Residential Licensed & Insured Phone 954-295-9396 Fax email@example.com Reliable Residential Pool Maintenance 20% OFF Coupon Licensed & Insured
25Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com BUSINESS BITS BusinessEmail your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: firstname.lastname@example.org. For Sale Fine Quality Mens Jackets 18 ne quality designer mens jackets for sale. Sizes 38 to 52. Brands include Valentino, Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss and others. e lot includes two tuxedo jackets. Asking $350 Call 561-966-8454 Advent Lutheran Church 300 East Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 www.adventboca.org First Church Of Christ, Scientist 566 W Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-391-7689 Armation Lutheran Church 9465 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-483-6004 First United Methodist Church www.fumcbocaraton.org 625 NE Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-1244 Ascension Catholic Church 7250 N Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33487 561-997-5486 Friendship Baptist Church 1422 NE 2nd Court Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-6871 Assembly of God Hispanic Church Centro Cristiano Familiar 21121 Oriole Country Rd Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-746-8626 Frontline Christian Center Olympic Heights High Schl 20101 Lyons Rd Boca Raton FL 33434 561-826-0404 www.frontlinechristiancenter.com Ayts Chayim Messianic Synagogue 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-487-3839 www.acmsboca.orgGlades Presbyterian Church 21121 Oriole Country Rd Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-477-4898 www.gladespc.com Beth Ami Congregation 1401 NW 4 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-347-0031 Gold Coast Christian Cathedral 3200 N Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-750-5235 Beth Sar Shalom Camino Real Community Church 1551 West Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-499-4893 www.bethsarshalom.com Good Shepherd Lutheran Church 6301 SW 18 Street Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-393-7007 B'Nai Torah Congregation 6261 SW 18 Street Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-392-8566 Grace Community Church 600 W Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 www.graceboca.org Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Oriole Country Road Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Iglesia Bautista Hispana 2350 NW 51st St Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-998-8360 Boca Raton Bible Chapel 3900 NW 3rd Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-391-9319 Islamic Center of Boca Raton www.icbr.org 141 NW 20th St., Ste. #A-7 Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-7221 Boca Raton Church Of Christ www.achurchofchrist.com 5099 NW 5th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-0738 Jehovah's Witnesses 19230 State Road 7 Boca Raton, FL 33498 561-479-0956 St. Paul Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Boca Raton Community Church www.bocacommunity.org 470 NW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-395-2400 Journey Church (e) www.bocajourney.com e Kathyrn Lindgren eater B.R. Community High Schl 1501 NW 15 Court Boca Raton, FL 561-420-0606 Boca Raton Synagogue www.brsonline.org Hahn Judaic Campus 7900 Montoya Circle Boca Raton, FL 33433 (561) 394-5732 To have your Church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory...Send your information to our Mailing Address at:Boca Raton Tribune, P.O. Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497Kabbalah Learning Centre www.kabbalah.dynip.com 8411 W Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton, FL 33433 561-488-8826 Boca Raton Synagogue-West www.brsweb.org 21101 95th Ave. South Boca Raton, FL 33428 Kol Ami of Boca Raton Reconstructionist http://kolami.homestead.com 71 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton, FL 33432 561-392-0696 Boca West Community United Methodist Church 9087 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-7335 e Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton 2601 St. Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33434 561-482-2001 Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL, 33486 561-368-8248 Somboca.com Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 E-mail: oce@churchooca. org Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org Pastor: Tom Lacey Sunday Worship Service: 10:00AM and Sunday School for all ages BOCA RATON TRIBUNE W ORSH IP D IRECTOR Y BOCA RATON -Oce, a Canon Group Company and an international leader in digital document management, announced the book signing date for Pens and Paper: Our Weapons of Mass Construction, a compilation of published works from the 2012 Oce Future Authors Project students held in Boca Raton this past summer. On Friday, November 9, 2012, the more than 40 middle and high school students from Palm Beach County who participated in the workshop will see for the first time copies of their book. The signing will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Spanish River Public Library, 1501 NW Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton. The event is free and open to the public. To attend, make a reservation by emailing Diana Fedderman atDiana.fedderman@ Medical Career Institute of South Florida, Inc. is expanding its campus and moving to the Westgate community. With the assistance of $414,000 in Fund programs, approved by the Board of County Commissioners through its Department of Economic Sustainability (DES), the private school is renovating a 22,000-square-foot building on Shawnee Avenue in unincorporated West Palm Beach. The total project cost is $2.3 million, and the county loans will help finance construction and equipment, including the installation of energyefficient improvements. Polly Reed, president of the Friends of Mounts Botanical Garden announced that avid gardener and community volunteer Carol S. Sandy Smith has joined the nonprofit organizations board of directors. A former schoolteacher and entrepreneur, Smith was the owner of Bubble and Bites, a local wine and cheese shop, for five years before joining Planned Parenthood of South Florida and the Treasure Coast in 1992, where she served for many years as vice president of development. The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has approved Palm Beach Countys request to amend the boundaries of its Enterprise Zone. The expanded boundaries will provide greater opportunities for businesses to obtain tax benefits and regulatory relief to encourage further revitalization, economic development and job creation in the Glades. The countys EZ includes portions of West Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Belle Glade and South Bay. r f f f n t b r f n n f f r f n f f n n n n f f rrrr fntbnfntrf r f
26 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com GamesThe Boca Raton Tribune Games Solutions From Edition 117 Puzzles Copyright 2012 PuzzleJunction.comBoca Raton Tribune 10/19/12 Sudoku PuzzleJunction.com Solution To solve the Sudoku puzzle, each row, column and box must contain the numbers 1 to 9. Boca Raton Tribune 10/19/12 Word Search PuzzleJunction.comBefore and After ShowAir And Tell Boat Business Cased Dog Down Floor Game Horse Light Magic Me State Minstrel News Off Peep Picture Place Puppet Road Room Side Stopper Strip Talk Tickets Time Variety Wild WestCopyright PuzzleJunction.comSolution LL RR EPP OT SN MF RE BH BD JO PL AC EL ER TS NI M HI KS OH CF HS ZD EYF JG LH WF XM DF TI CK ETSN X FEFRZD HW JV LE MA GW M NP IC TU RE IA EW YT HO B TZ QV EZ YI TL DL IG OD U GO PE XC ASE DD MN DG TS LY AN DT EL LY EW YQ UE I VY HP MW GNQS YO EW UP N BTEF OK IO TT BX HS FP E RE QLO PBA HNHCN MT US PI GO AB TI HR BG EP DP S LR EO SE OR ZO JM IB KZS JA Z RHU EA FA RL GL BP I SV DS TR IP TD XS YK XH D CI GA MO TJ RL TH ED UT E LL RR EPP OT SN MF RE BH BD JO PL AC EL ER TS NI M HI KS OH CF HS ZD EYF JG LH WF XM DF TI CK ETSN X FEFRZD HW JV LE MA GW M NP IC TU RE IA EW YT HO B TZ QV EZ YI TL DL IG OD U GO PE XC ASE DD MN DG TS LY AN DT EL LY EW YQ UE I VY HP MW GNQS YO EW UP N BTEF OK IO TT BX HS FP E RE QLO PBA HNHCN MT US PI GO AB TI HR BG EP DP S LR EO SE OR ZO JM IB KZS JA Z RHU EA FA RL GL BP I SV DS TR IP TD XS YK XH D CI GA MO TJ RL TH ED UT E Copyright 2012 PuzzleJunction.comBoca Raton Tribune 10/19/12 Crossword PuzzleJunction.com 32 35 Termite destroyer 37 Neutral shade 39 Half-brother of Tom Sawyer 40 Young raptor 43 Stave off 45 Generator 47 Humdinger 48 Knock down 49 Bench wear 50 Balm ingredient 51 Make over 52 Camera part 53 River deposit 54 Healthy 55 Deface Across 1 Panhandles 5 Astern 8 Skillful 12 13 Midleg 14 Princess topper 15 Debate side 16 Inactive 17 Slipped up 18 20 Dispatched 21 Consumed 22 Catchall abbr. 23 Waste maker 25 Sunrise to sunset 29 Jailbird 30 Blacker 33 34 Church instrument 36 Psychic power 37 Small goose 38 Between ports 39 Couch 41 Force unit 42 Land characteristics 44 Helpers 46 Movie holder, 47 Carriage 49 Four-star review 51 Fill again 55 Back tooth 56 Leisure 57 Stage solo 58 Cut short 59 Twosome 60 After paper or lumber 61 Raise a stink 62 Polo Grounds legend 63 Down 1 Laser light 2 Giant author Ferber 3 4 Pleasure signs 5 Auto pioneer Citron 6 Smuggler, e.g. 7 Swarm 8 Movie VIP 9 Deserve 10 Worry 11 Tiny amount 13 Young pet 14 Ill-tempered 19 Lustrous fabric 22 23 Cowboys companion 24 Choler 25 Part of USDA 26 Public persona 27 Goes for the gold? 28 29 Ulster 31 Razor-sharp
27Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Walking The Wire In The WorkplaceFAITHBy Rick Warren DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune Michael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Specialization of The Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law and is a partner with Shapiro Blasi Wasserman & Gora P.A. in Boca Raton. Mr. Gora may be reached at mailto:email@example.com. Down and Out?Q: I own the home that I live in with my wife and our three children in Manalapan which I inherited from my father. The home is free and clear, no mortgage. We moved into the home five years ago. We have been married for 15 years. I manage a chain restaurant, she is a legal secretary, and we just make ends meet. We have no marital savings and no retirement accounts, although I have an account with a broker of about $500,000, also from my dads estate. I have been paying for the taxes and insurance on the home from my inheritance money. We are getting a divorce. My wife will have about 60 percent of the overnights with the children. She would like to live in the home, with the kids, until our youngest, now 13 years old, gets out of high school. My lawyer calls that exclusive use and possession. I need a place to live, and cannot afford a home nearly as nice, if I have to live elsewhere. Can she kick me out of my own home? Would I still have to pay child support? How is that calculated? We have a mediation set in a couple of weeks. What should I do? A: Granting exclusive use and oc cupancy to a divorced residential parent and the children is not uncommon. It is usually conditioned upon the residential parent remaining unmarried, and lasts until the youngest child is out of support. It is considered a way of providing child support. However, it is not usually allowed where, as here, the home is not jointly owned and no percentage of the home is marital property. Under your circumstances, exclusive use is usually not granted unless the court finds that your income is not sufficient to pay your share of the child support and still have enough left over to support yourself. The use of the free and clear home substitutes for child support. The child support would be calculated in the usual manner. Your income and your wifes income, net of income taxes, would be determined. The required guidelines support is calculated by comparing your total net income to the chart found in the Florida Child Support Guidelines. The support amount provided by the statute is then divided between you proportionately, depending on the percentage of the total income earned by each of you, adjusted for the payment of health insurance for the children. Under these circumstances, however, an additional adjustment would be made in the income calculation. The fair rental value of the home would be added to your wifes income before determining the total support, and your respective percentages. To plan for the upcoming media tion, your attorney should prepare two sample child support guideline scenarios, with and without granting the possession of exclusive use of the house to your wife. You must take the position that you can afford the child support provided by the guidelines calculation, and, therefore, use of your home is not nec essary.Columnists Have you ever heard of Jean-Franonym, Blondin, gaining world acclaim as a tightrope walker and acrobat from London, England. Blondin crossed Niagara Falls in upstate New York, U.S.A. a number of times on a wire 1,100 feet long, suspended 160 feet above the raging waters. He performed his death-defying tightrope feats with different theatrical variations: Blindfolded; in a sack; pushing a wheelbarrow; on stilts; even while carrying a man on his back. We might not be walking a high wire across a raging waterfall, but in the 21st century workplace, it seems like that at times. There is the balance between ethics and profit; embarking into the unknown with an unproven product or service; juggling work and family priorities; economic uncertainties. When I read about Blondin, I think of a man who also attempted a deathdefying feat. His name was Peter. You might recall the biblical account where Peter and the other disciples of Jesus were in a small boat in the midst of a raging storm. Suddenly they saw Jesus walking across the water. Impulsively, Peter asked, Lord, if it is you tell me to come to you on the water simple: Come. when Peter saw the high waves he was terrified and began to sink. Save me, Lord! he shouted (Matthew 14:30). I suspect we all would have done the same. Have you ever embarked on a project or made a decision, thinking at the time it was the right thing to do, only to have circumstances immediately bring your judgment into question? I want to remind you Simon Peter did many notable things during the course of his lifetime, but this episode of walking upon the water ranked as one of his greatest: no high wire, no rocks hidden underneath. Surrounded by obvious dangers, faced with utter impossibility, Peter found inner strength in his Lords command: Come. For a few moments, Peter shared with his Master in the suspension of natural laws. Then the whole project blew up at four in the morning. One moment, his eyes fixed on Jesus, Peter was walking above the storm; the next he was in over his head. Soaked to the skin, Peter was rescued by Jesus. He learned an important truth: A saint is not someone that never fails; a saint is someone that is trusting in God and gets up and goes on again every time he or she falls. Lord, save me! Peters words were simple, without time to elaborate on details, without time to observe ceremonial laws. But in reality, this is the quickest, easiest, and most desperate way to reach the heart of God. What did Peter do wrong? He was blamed: Not for daring, but for doubting. Not for failure, but faltering. Not for lack of courage, but lack of confidence. You may not be a Blondin or Peter, but you probably find yourself in todays fearsome workplace, in the midst of the night, and the storm is contrary. Do not measure the waves, do not gauge the wind; do not give in to the danger, and most of alldo not throw in the towel and sink under the circumstances. The Bible offers this advice: Keep your eyes on Jesus, our Leader and Instructorif you want to keep from becoming fainthearted and weary (Hebrews 12:1-3). 2012, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, author of numerous books, including the highly acclaimed, The Pur pose-Drive Life, which has been trans lated into many languages worldwide. It affirms the importance of 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.
28 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com From JWJs JournalBy John William Johnson Sandys New Home and New Neighbor Part One Of Two"Didn't you used to have a dog?" Silas McMarner asked. It was a rather odd Breakfast Club question. "Yes," I replied, "and I also used to have a house and a wife, but the house has been sold, the wife has remarried, and now I'm living in a condo where no pets are allowed..........the wife and I are still friends, by the way." "Yeah, I know, but didn't you say something a few weeks ago, about your dog and a compost heap?" "That story? You want me to finish that story?" "What story?" Roscoe Bismark asks from behind his paper. Oh.thats rightyou readers dont know who Im talking about when I refer to the Breakfast Club and its mem bers? Its those folks that youre going to be reading about in this twice monthly column. The Breakfast Club will be talking about life in general..often mixed with some deeper discussions. Ive changed the names to protect the guilty and of course to protect the grandchildren with no sense of humor. In any case, the Breakfast Club members are: Roscoe Bismark, whos incisive and perhaps the most elitist egalitarian since Thomas Jefferson (what, you dont have a dictionary? Then go back to watching Fox News).and for the rest of you, Roscoes inherent contradictions are no more apparent than in his ardent support for civil liberties, while at the same time clinging to notions that tendencies in human beings can be defined by nationality. Otherwise, he wants his Democratic cake baked by liberals and then distributed by Republicans using a conservative marketing plan. He also wants National Football League quarterbacks to have guns while they play........but's that another column. Silas McMarner, undoubtedly, the most Libertarian of the lot -libertarian being to the right of conservative. Yet he, too, occasionally acknowledges the propriety of moderate and even liberal beliefs; in short, he would never want to be publically accused of having a heart, and would be the first to build his own personal (and privately financed) bomb shelter, but then would hold the door open to make sure others could get in. Spike Opchinsky, the most-of-the-time left of center pragmatist who would prefer figuring out how to do something rather than debate the merits of why or why not. Of course, he is also the club member who has given us the memorable quote: "I don't always agree with everything I say." Lefty O'Drool, a left-wing 60's throwback who can always find some liberal rhetoric to counterbalance even the most logical right-wing arguments. True to his liberal beliefs, he nevertheless enjoys the benefits of free enterprise. He could never be accused of being a limousine liberal; taxi liberal is perhaps more accurate. OK. Thats the Breakfast Club. and youll learn about me as you continue to read these columns..now back to the dog and the compost heap story I tug at Roscoes Boca Tribune and he looks over the top of it. You want me to finish that story about my dog? Roscoe nods I turn to the others.And you want to hear it as well? Everyone nods, and stops when Roscoe says: "Well, if you're going to tell it, at least wait until I get some more coffee. Smiling, he motions for the waitress while saying to the ceiling: if he starts the story with 'once upon a time,' somebody please tell him I have a roughhewn two-by-four in the car." (And, of course, that means I had to). "Once upon a time, there lived a dog...... sandy beige in color and, therefore, "Sandy" by name. Folks in the parking lot could have heard Roscoes groan, followed by his bellowing laugh. "Sandy was primarily a short-haired spaniel, I continued. She was a lovable, patient, joyous and friendly sort of dog who had been discovered at the animal shelter. She was, simply, a happy dog -and she wanted the entire planet to know this. "Still, and thankfully, she was not a happy dog in the jumping around, drooling, or quivering sense. Her happiness stemmed from simply being glad each day to be alive. And she demonstrated that happiness with un reserved affection and unqualified devotion. Needless to say, she came home with me from the shelter. "The immediate problem was that I have beliefs which find it very hard to keep an animal confined to the house. Domesticated animals such as dogs are, of course, not proverbially 'born free'; nevertheless, the notion of confining any animal to four walls just doesn't sit well. "What to do? "Now behind the house on this piece of property in a rural county where I lived was what was formerly called in polite society, a 'privy.'........and otherwise called an outhouse the ground filled in and unused for many years, and with the building itself now being used as an outside storage shed. "It had originally been constructed for use by four....count em.....four persons, with two seats on one side of a dividing wall, and two seats on the other. This, of course, meant that the building had two doors. A four-seater? Spike grins Lefty shakes his head: Side by side? I nod to both, while Silas shrugs: Well Ive heard of close-knit families, but, wellmaybe? He shrugs again. Right, I interrupt..But anyway, I nailed one of the doors shut and with a hole cut in the bottom of the other door it became the entrance to Sandy's new home. Prior to nailing the door shut, I had constructed two floors in the interior -access to which was provided by a series of small, labyrinth-like tunnels. The tunnels were, in the first part, to impress myself with an ability to construct them. Yeahthe king of outhouse renova tors, Spike laughs. I smile, continuing: But more importantly, the labyrinth-like tunnels would function to deflect and direct wind away from where Sandy would sleep, warm and cozy even in the most frigid of Pocono Mountain winter nights. "This all happened in the spring; spring was fitting, of course, with its new life that Sandy celebrated daily in mock chase of butterflies and other assorted winged associates. Later, Sandy developed an affection for chasing and catching a fluorescent green Frisbee.....not that she knew it was so brightly colored, as animals are color blind; rather, that she took extreme pleasure in the physicality of the chase, launching herself gracefully, to then actu ally quite gently grasp the Frisbee in midair almost always before it hit the ground. I would tire of throwing the missile, long before she would tire of being antiballistic. Lefty devised and then threw a paper napkin airplane which I caught and con tinued: "This new-house-for-Sandy ar rangement went along for several months. It was Americana at its best; Norman Rockwell would have been proud. And then I had what I thought was a good idea: start a compost heap behind this building. Compost heap, asks Spike? Yeahyou know, all the garbage thats bio-degradable you put in one place, and eventually it degrades and becomes great free fertilizer for your garden..Im living in the country, remember. I like that free part, smiles Spike. "And then a skunk moved.......that is, tunneled and moved in directly beneath Sandy's new home.............undoubtedly drawn by the new pile of free groceries in the compost heap. A skunk, Roscoe queried? I nod, and look around toward everyone. Can I finish this tomorrow? I have a meeting to attend." Roscoe groans but descends again behind his newspaper. Spike and Silas arent happy either about having to wait for the story to con clude but each orders more coffee, while Lefty and I smile and exit. I don't really have a meeting to attend, but you always have to leave 'em wanting more....... Conclusion in Two Weeks: You Had To Be There
29Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune SportsThe NASL has selected its 2012 Best XI team and two Fort Lauderdale Strikers were named to the team. Midfielder Walter Restrepo was one of three unanimous selections to the team and he is joined by first-year Striker Mark Anderson on the team chosen by the NASLs coaches. The Strikers have had two players named to the Best XI in consecutive seasons after defenders Toni Stahl and Lance Laing were both named to the team in 2011. This award is well deserved for both Walter and Mark, said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. Prior to Walters injury he was probably the most dynamic player in our league with the ball going forward, and losing him was a big blow to our team and I am happy the other coaches in the league saw how valuable Walter was to our team and our league. Restrepo, 24, played a central role for in the Strikers attack throughout the season collecting seven goals and nine assists in all competitions, with his eight assists in the regular season tied for first in the NASL. Restrepos season was cut short when he suffered a knee injury during training forcing him to miss the final seven games of 2012. His loss was felt greatly on the offensive end as the Strikers scoring average dropped by 0.75 goals per game in his absence. The player who had been the recipient of the majority of his assists was Mark Anderson. Mark was probably the most affected by the loss of Walter, said Shore. However he had a great rookie season and is also well deserving of being on the Best XI. His knack for goal was special and I think he scored some of the most exciting goals in the league this year. Anderson, 23, scored his first goal for the Strikers on May 2nd against Carolina. He would also be named the NASLs Offensive Player of the Week twice this season after two multi-goal games for Fort Lauderdale. His 11 NASL goals placed him third in the NASL behind only Pablo Campos and Nick Zimmerman, both NASL Best XI selections themselves. Anderson also scored for the Strikers in both 2012 US Open Cup matches, his goal against the San Jose Earthquakes arguably the goal of the entire tournament. It means a lot to get this award. To receive recognition from the whole league and be put ahead of some exceptional players is a great honor, said Anderson. Its not just an award for me, but for the players and staff that work with me day in and day out and gave me every opportunity to excel on the field. Thank you. Anderson, a native of Durham, England, played college soccer in South Florida at Barry University where he was named the 2011 Daktronics DII National Soccer Player of the Year and 2011 Capital One Aca demic All-America of the Year for DII men's soccer. Restrepo, originally from San Diego, Calif., played professionally with several teams in Colombia before returning to the United States. Restrepo spent time with Deportes Tolima, Boyac Chic, and Express Rojo, ap pearing in both the Categora Primera A and the Categora Primera B between 2006 and 2010.Strikers Mark Anderson and Walter Restrepo Named to 2012 NASL Best XI Team Fort Lauderdale Strikers forward Abe Thompson has announced his retirement from the team and professional soccer. Thompson concludes his Strikers career tied for first all-time in assists with nine. He will continue to be involved with soccer after accepting a position with the USL in Tampa to assist with the development of youth leagues. I have a lot of good memories playing soccer, but when it comes to the Strikers and my time spent here, I can say it was the most enjoyable time I spent playing soccer in my professional career, said Thompson. Ill have a lot of good memories wearing that uniform and I made a lot of good friends. Thompson, 30, joined the Strikfive seasons in MLS with Dallas, Kansas City and Houston. Hes played in a total of 63 games with the StrikThompson has two of the eight hattricks recorded by a Strikers player and is third all-time with three multigoal games. I want to say thank you to the fans, said Thompson. They always had positive things to say to me and always gave it their all when cheering us on and cheering me on. I really enjoyed playing for them, playing at Lockhart, and representing the Strikers. Thompson scored his first goal the Carolina RailHawks. His last goal as a Striker came in his final game as a professional on Sept. 29, 2012 also against the Carolina RailHawks. Thompson also scored a goal for the club in the 2010 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup giving him 19 total goals in all competitions for the Strikers. In addition to his performance as a player for the Strikers in 2012 (four Thompson also served as an assistant coach on Daryl Shores staff for the entire season. Any time you get to work with a player like Abe Thompson its an honor, said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. Hes had a great career, was just the consummate professional, and I want to thank him. Im proud of what he was able to accomplish and proud to have been his coach. FC Dallas selected Thompson in the second round (16th overall) of the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft. He spent four seasons with Dallas, ap pearing in 69 games, scoring 14 goals, and recording 11 assists before being traded to the Kansas City Wizards money. Thompson scored seven goals in sixteen games with the Wizards, before returning to Texas, signing with the Houston Dynamo in the middle of the 2009 MLS season. Abe Thompson played four seasons at the University of Maryland. He set numerous team records and collected several accolades including; NSCAA third team All-America selection, All-ACC first team honoree, Maryland Student-Athlete of the Week, Maryland/Adidas Soccer Challenge Offensive MVP, ACC Player of the Week, Co-MVP of the Maryland/ Adidas Classic, Virginia/Nike Classic all-tournament team and was a mem ber of the College Soccer News team of the week. He was named a Herman Trophy semifinalist in both 2003 and 2004. Thompson is the schools alltime leader in points with 112. In his youth career, Thompson earned the Golden Boot Award at the 1999 U.S. U-17 National Championship playing for the Braddock Road Warhawks. The same team Thompson won the 1999 Don Greer Cup with. Thompsons international experi ence was memorable as he scored just three minutes into his international debut with the U.S. U-17 Mens Na tional Team. Thompson also represented the United States at the 1999 FIFA U-17 World Championship in New Zealand where he scored a goal against the host country, and in 2000, ing with the U.S.U-20 Mens National Team.Strikers Player/Coach Abe Thompson Retires TheBocaRatonTribune.com
30 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com SportsJozy Altidore Snubbed From USMNTBy: Pedro Heizer Jurgen Klinsmann has called 24 players into training camp to prepare for the United States final two match es against Antigua & Barbuda and Guatemala, in the Semifinal Round of qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. In a shocking surprise, Klinsmann did not call up AZ Alkamaar forward Jozy Altidore. I communicated with Jozy that I was not happy about his latest performances with us, maybe over the last 14 months, Klinsmann said Monday in a conference call. Jozy can do much, much better. The reason why hes not coming in is mainly about his performances at Jamaica and at home, also in training, also certain things that went on through the May-June camp. Altidore, who is tied for the Dutch league lead in goals with eight for AZ Alkamaar, had played in a team-leading 17-straight World Cup qualifiers for the U.S. before not being called up for the games against Antigua & Bar buda and Guatemala. Despite all his success in the Dutch league these past two seasons, goals for Altidore have been hard to come by with the National team. Altidores last goal as a member of the National Team came against Slovenia last November. Its no surprise that with the lack of goals and poor performances versus Jamaica,Klinsmann did not hesitate to drop Altidore from the roster and make room for players like Alan Gordon and Eddie Johnson. Altidore struggled mightily to get touches in the away match against Ja maica on Sept. 7, and contributed little in a substitutes role in the home encounter four days later. But what makes this story interesting is not the fact he didnt call up Altidore, but the fact Klinsmann said that club performance would matter in his roster selection, and if you went by club performance there is no way Altidore is not making the team. But then on Monday, Klinsmann backed out of those comments by saying the circumstances around Altidore are different, I think club form is absolutely important. Now it looks a little bit different in Jozys case because hes doing well with Alkmaar, and hes scoring goals. But he hasnt done well with us in the last couple of camps. Under Klinsmann, the U.S. has scored more than one goal just three times, which makes you wonder why he left out the United States most productive European-based goal scorer, at the moment, off the squad.
31Edition 118 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com SportsHigh School Football Recap 1) Olympic Heights Lions 2) Boca Raton Christian 3) Pope John Paul II 4) Boca Raton High School 5) West Boca High School 6) Saint Andrews 7) Spanish River High School Boca Tribune Ranking: 10/12 10/14 bocaratontribune.comRoyal Palm Beach 57, West Boca Raton 27: Ant Mcgrew had 241 yards passing and four touchdown passes and also rushed for 58 yards and another score to lead the Wildcats (4-1, 3-0 District 13-7A) past the Bulls (1-5, 1-3 13-7A) in Royal Palm Beach. Leading 28-20 at the half, the Wildcats scored 22 unanswered points in the third quarter, including an 81-yard punt return for a touchdown by De'Andre Simmons. Jimmy Moreland had ve receptions for 114 yards and three touchdowns for Royal Palm. Eugene Bethea had 74 yards rushing for West Boca. Lake Worth 41, Spanish River 0: e Trojans (1-5, 1-2 District 13-7A) rolled past the Sharks (0-7, 0-4 13-7A) in Lake Worth. Palm Beach Gardens 33, Boca Raton 13: Jermaine Carn rushes for 147 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries, and Gardens (5-1) went on to beat the Bobcats 33-13 in a non-district Class 8A matchup in Boca Raton. Boca Raton Christian 53, Berean Christian 13: A.J. Puente threw three touchdown passes and Sam Smith rushed for two touchdowns as the Blazers (5-0) routed the Bulldogs (4-1) in Boca Raton. Austin Skelton threw a 20-yard touchdown pass for Berean. Pope John Paul II 38, Coral Springs Charter 14: DeQuan McGri rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown and Jarious Smith added 69 rushing yards and a touchdown as the Eagles (6-1, 4-1 Southeast Football Conference) handled the Panthers (3-4, 1-3 SFC) in Coral Springs. John Carroll Catholic 48, Saint Andrews 8 e John Carroll Catholic Rams routed the visiting St. Andrew's Scots, 48-8 in Friday's division game. Rams sophomore quarterback, Jor dan Watkins threw for 220 yards and four touchedowns. e Scots (1-6) will now prepare for their bout against Benjamin. Olympic Heights: BYE WEEK FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY Call Today!
32 Edition 118 October 18, 2012 through October 24, 2012www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of East /West Boca Raton, Highland Beach Delray Beach, FL October 17, 2012 through October 24, 2012 SportsSee page 30 Jozy Altidore Snubbed from USMNT Player/Coach Abe Thompson RetiresSee page 29 High School Football Recap 10/12 10/14See page 31