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YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribune for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to pictures@bocaratontribune.comCommunitySee page 3 Four Women Charged Aer Protesting Outside GEO GroupMunicipalSee page 19 Not e Iliad but An IliadLife & ArtsSee page B1 Brazil, U.S. are Powerful and Important Trade PartnersBusinessSee page 23 Megan Davis reading The Boca Raton TribuneContinued on page B6 Boca Raton Bridge Hotel Invites Community To Enjoy A anks For e MemoriesCommunitySee page 4 St. David Armenian Church Hosts Diocesan AssemblyVice Mayor Haynie Files for Mayors SeatContinued on page 6 By Stephanie Neeley Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie on Tuesday filed her intent to run for Mayor, the first announcement regarding any upcoming election in South Palm Beach County. Mayor Susan Whelchel will remain in office until March 2014 when she is forced to leave because of term limits. The municipal election in Boca Raton will be Tuesday, March 11, 2014. In my years on the Boca Raton City Council, we have accomplished so much for our City and have laid a foundation By Fred HamiltonBOCA RATON The 20 or so small airplanes that taxied along the runway at the Boca Raton Airport recently, were carrying cargo of particular importance. Often times these pilots are called on to ferry chronically and sometimes critically ill passengers through Vital Flight, a Broward County-based nonprofit that pairs patients with volunteer pilots. But on March 23, their sole mission was to provide short plane flights to more than 150 autistic kids or children with other illnesses. Awesome, was how Delray Beach resident Robin Johnson described the experience. I think what theyre doing is phenomenal. It takes special people to give special needs children the opportunity to do this. Its overwhelming to know that there are so many great people in the world that give up their time to do this. Johnson, director of recruitment and dual enrollment at Palm Beach State College, took her son, Evan, 17, and daughter, Alexis, 21, on the 20-minute flight up to Boynton Volunteer Pilots Soar to Give Autistic Kids a Thrill in the SkiesVital Flight Special Kids Day, the nonprofit organization gives children, especially those fighting serious illness, an opportunity for a free airplane ride.

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2 -Edition 110 April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Marketing DirectorChris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.comAccount ExecutiveMarguax Vickers, Andre Heizer, Nick FotiMail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignDuke ThrushPhotographersNicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer,Gabriela BarbieriInternsSamantha Mellman Aaron WeckerMailing AddressP.O. Box 970593 For General Information: Copyright 2012 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. The publishers reserve the right to edit all submissions and to reject any advertising or copy they regard as harmful to the publications good or deemed to be libelous. The publisher is not responsible for the articles written by its columnists. The publishers are not responsible for typographical errors, omissions or copy or photos misrepresented by the advertiser. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the portion of space occupied by such error or advertising items or information. All the publisher and not of any individual editorial the opinions of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune. The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors.Community News AUDIT PENDING But God proves His own love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8The Boca Raton Tribunewww.bocaratontribune.com Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Council INDEXCommunity News Page3 ColumnistsPage 11 Section B Page 13 Business Page 22 Municipal News Page 27 Sports Page 29 Games Page 31 The Luxury Chamber presents Subway Guru Larry Feldman 6 to 8 p.m. April 22 in the new Subway Caf at the FAU stadium. Former U.S. Senator and Florida Governor Bob Graham speaks at the same time on May 20 at Promise Health Care in Boca Raton. Register at luxurychamber.com. Boca Raton Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie, endorsed by Mayor Susan Welchel, will run for Mayor and opened a Facebook page for the campaign. Boca Raton will send out an RFP for a restaurant on the former Wildflower site at Palmetto Park Road and the Intracoastal waterway in the spring and then issue an RFP for the Spanish River Park site between property owned by the Broken Sound Club and the Spanish River Library on the north side. West Boca High nabbed the Palm Beach County Teacher of the Year honor, and the Employee of the Year went to Eagles Landing Middle School. West Boca High senior Jade Zaroff is off to Emerson College in Boston with a $1,000 Scholarship from the Carbonell Awards Board of Directors. Office Depot and Office Max have appointed a 6 man committee for a new CEO search. Both incumbents will also be considered. The merger includes a $30 million termination fee if either one pursues alternatives to the proposed merger. The FTC prevents the deal closing for 30 days after reviewing it. Legacy Bank is on life support with the lowest possible ratings. Industry experts expect a takeover by the Feds. Matthew Bogdanoff, son of former State Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, is the new Florida regional director of the Republican Jewish Coalition in Boca Raton. Palm Beach County Agriculture generates $1.2 billion annually, including a vegetable crop of $355 million. The Boca Raton Airport Authority sued the Federal Aviation Administration over the planned closure of the airports control tower, which will remain open. On behalf of Rick Newman Please check this out: giveforward.com/ fundraiser/qb52/ricknewmanfund. The Addams Family is at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale through April 21. Go to browardcenter.org or call 954.462.0222. Brad Zimmermans hilarious one man show, My Son The Waiter A Jewish Tragedy has been extended at the Stage Door Theatre, 8036 Sample Road, Coral Springs through May 5. Beu Jest plays through May 12. Purchase tickets at stagedoortheatre. com or call 954.344.7765. Lungs is at the Theatre at Arts Garage, 180 NE First St. Delray Beach through April 14. Visit artsgarage.org or call 561.450.6357 for info and tickets. The Palm Beach International Film Festival closes April 11. Visit pbifilmfest. org for details, ticket purchases or call 561.362.0003 for more info. Avi Hoffman stars in the Outre Theatre Company production of an Iliad, through April 21 at the Mizner Park CAC, 101 Plaza Real. Call 954.300.2149 or visit outretheatrecompany.com for more information and tickets. Palm Beach Dramaworks, 201 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, presents Exit The King. Visit palmbeachdramaworks.org or call 561.514.4042. Movies opening Friday at the Cinemark and Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres are The Place Beyond the Pines, 42, The Company You Keep and Trance. If you would like to learn how you can make money and save money by NOT using a 401 k or IRA that will protect your money and generate tax free income, then come to the Mission Bay Office Plaza, Suite 301, 20283 State Road 7, Boca Raton 2 p.m. every Wednesday after you have reviewed yourretirementmiracle.com and freedomforcefinancial.com. Call 561.852.0000 for further information. The League of Women Voters features Lynn University Chief of Staff Dr. Jason Walton with a behind the scenes look at the Lynn University Presidential debate, 11:30 a.m. April 13 at Benvenuto Cateresturant, 1730 N. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach. Visit lwvpbc.org or call 561.966.4073 for tickets. Got an electronic device and need to repair an IPad, Iphone, Samsung Galaxy or any other phones and/ or want to unlock, sell or buyback phones, then contact Ed Kissel in Boca at MobileSource, 3500 NW 2nd Ave. #603. 561.416.7224. Mention this column for 10% off any service or used phone! A terrific way for visitors and residents to explore the Everglades up close is the Airboat Rides/Tours through evergladesairboattours.com or call 482.6107. For lots of fun, enjoy the Diva Duck Tour from City Place in West Palm Beach. Call 877.844.4188 or visit divaduck.com for tour availability times. If you want to develop an additional residual income stream, go to freedomforcefinancial.com, then yourretirementmiracle.com and call 561.852.0000. FORECLOSURE IS NOT AN OPTION! Contact Keyes Company/ Ragbir Team Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) Realtor JOANNE EPSTEIN at 561.945.0000 to find out how she can save you from foreclosure, with no cost for attorneys, fees or commissions. If you have computer issues, or need a website, contact Rich Loeb, www. gilapro.com or call 561.809.4550. West Boca Leaders networking group is the best networking group in the area and meets at the West Boca Library on 441, just north of Yamato Road on alternate Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. Check out the website for openings in some categories. Call 561.852.0000 for further information. If you would like to promote your business or profession on Barry Epstein Live internet television show, call 561.852.0000. Barrys Buzz Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of the Luxury Chamber, the West Boca Leaders networking group and the founder and former president of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce; with a weekly internet television show on the Boca Tribune website. His motto is Public Relations is the enemy of anonymity. Fax column items to 561.451.0000. His column/blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the Boca Tribune website (and click on columnists), on Facebook, as well as on the front page of the Sun-Sentinel/Jewish Journal website.

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Edition 1413for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013Community NewsCommunity NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune BEST QUALITY AND VALUE I N T RA V EL Boca Raton Bridge Hotel Invites Community To Enjoy A Thanks For The Memories Grand Finale Before Closing For Complete TransformationIn appreciation for their continued patronage and support during the past 37 years, the new ownership of the Boca Raton Bridge Hotel invites the greater Boca Raton community and past guests from near and far to enjoy a Thanks For The Memories grand finale before closing for complete transformation on April 28th. Running through April 27th, special Guest Appreciation happy hour, dining and guest room offers set to make a splash include: Guests that book the hotels best available rate for their first night stay will get a second night for only $19.76, in commemoration of the year that the hotel first opened on the Boca waterfront. This special rate is available April 14th through April 27th. The package is only available by calling the hotel directly at (561) 368-9500. famed Sunday Champagne Brunch at Carmens Restaurant at the Top of the Bridgeevery Sunday in April, guests can enjoy a delicious spread of gourmet food and drink offerings for just $34.00 per person. WaterColors restaurant, the only open-to-the-public waterfront dining in Boca Raton, featuring halfprice on all well brand drinks all day long, and 50% off appetizers every day from 4:00 p.m. to closing. The Bridge Hotel remains one of Bocas most notable, as new ownership reinvents it to be more relevant and exciting to meet the desires and needs of todays discerning vacationers as well as social and business guests. Led by a seasoned team of hotel ownership, management, designers, and marketing consultants, the reinvention plans will reposition the hotel into a premier South Florida experience with its own distinctive signature for the destination. The design direction and inspiration for the aesthetic and structural reinvention of the Bridge Hotel was recently revealed at a special Preview Reception held in Carmens Top of the Bridge, showcasing the new designs and the breathtaking views of Lake Boca, the Intracoastal and Atlantic Ocean. The complete transformation to a luxury four-star hotel status will include the introduction of entirely new hospitality and dining concepts, with plans to take optimal advantage of the propertys most distinctive assets: its prime location on the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Boca with direct access to Atlantic Ocean and its breathtaking water views. The preliminary phase of the Bridge Hotels major reinvention was launched in November 2012 with the construction of the hotels new dock-to-dine waterfront promenade that flanks the propertys entire Lake Boca perimeter to expand hotel guest and community food and beverage enjoyment opportunities. According to Russ Flicker, managing member of AWH Partners, LLC that in partnership with The Lane Organization purchased the boutique hotel property in August 2012, the extensive property architectural reorientation will feature a new sense of arrival and relocation of hotels entrance, innovative interior design renovation concepts for the lobby, registration area and guest rooms, and the addition of an indoor waterfront restaurant as well as expanded outdoor waterfront dining and public spaces conceived by the commissioned Gensler design and architectural firm. Through our countdown celebration offers, we want to thank all in the community who have made the Bridge Hotel their personal guesthouse for visiting family, friends and colleagues and their evening celebration location for personal milestones since its opening in 1976, said Flicker. We cannot wait to welcome everyone back in the fall when we unveil and re-open the new four-star jewel on the Boca Raton waterfront.

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4 -Edition 110 April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCOMMUNITY NEWS Community News rf rntrnb rf rntrnb SM Visit www.spendLO.com, or call 561.300.5329 today! C M Y CM MY CY CMY K BTad_BOCA_0313_color18.pdf 1 3/8/13 3:22 PM St. David Armenian Church of Boca Raton is honored to be hosting the 111th Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) Assembly scheduled to convene on May 2 through 5, 2013 at the Mariott Hotel-Boca Center. This Assembly will bring together several hundred Armenian Church leaders from throughout the Diocese. His Eminence, Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, Diocesan Primate, will preside over all of the gatherings and events. In addition to the regular business sessions and reports from Diocesan organizations, one entire morning session of the Assembly will be devoted to a presentation of the new Diocesan theme for the coming year, Living the Gospel of Christ. A highlight of the weeks activities will be the Annual Gala Banquet and Program on the evening of Friday, May 3. At that time Mr. & Mrs. Edward Mardigian will be honored as the Dioceses 2013 Armenian Church Members of the Year. They have been benefactors of the Diocese and the Fund for Armenian Relief, continuing a legacy of leadership, participation and support established by Mr. Mardigians late parents, Edward and Helen Mardigian. The Honorable Jeb Bush, former Governor of the State of Florida will be named Friend of the Armenians for his interest and assistance during the Armenian Earthquake. Prior to the Assembly itself, Clergy from across the Diocese will meet for their Annual Clergy Conference at Our Lady of Florida St. David Armenian Church Hosts Diocesan AssemblyRetreat Center in Palm Beach from April 29 through May 1, 2013. Concurrent with the Diocesan Assembly, the 27th Diocesan Womens Guild Assembly will be held May 2 through 4, 2013. On Saturday May 4th the 4th Annual WOW (Women of Wonder) Appreciation Luncheon will take place at the Marriott Hotel. Those being honored this year for their service and dedication to the Armenian church, Diocese and community are Carol Norigian, Diocesan Assembly Chairman, Nina Stapan, Claudette Sarian and Rose Kazanjian from St. David Armenian Church and Naomi Davitian from St Marys Armenian Church of Cooper City, FL On Sunday, May 5, 2013 the Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at St. David Armenian Church by His Eminence Archbishop Khajag Barasamiam, Primate, assisted by the Very Rev. Dr. Nareg Berberian, Pastor. A Farewell Brunch will follow ending the weeks activities.

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6 -Edition 110 April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Celebrating A decade of distinction (95) 6355352 9 5 4 6 3 5 5 3 5 2 Beach and back. It was the third year that Vital Flight sponsored Special Kids Day. The organization partnered with Signature Flight Support at Boca Raton Airport and a laundry list of businesses and private individuals to sponsor the event. They converted the hangar into a mini carnival with a bounce house complete with slides and tunnels. There were face painting and refreshments. Several parents said they were very impressed by the professionalism of the organizations volunteer staff. Vital Flight volunteer pilots donate their time, plane and fuel costs to help those in need. Were an organization without walls, said pilot Michael Coviello, a board member and director of outreach for the organization. We donate all of our time, our personal and business resources to make the organization work. None of us take salaries or stipends, and all of the resources we take in we use for our telephones and our printed material. Robert Eckelson is an orthodontist on weekdays but on this Saturday, he gassed up his four-seater Piper Dakota turbo and headed to the hangar where he spent the day putting big, bright smiles on kids faces. It isnt about any thrill or recognition, said Eckelson, who does not keep in touch with the people he helps. He has had flights where hardly a word is spoken. Most of the flights end with a hug or a photo with the family, he said. There are little kids thats never going to fly in their lifetime unless people like me does it for them, Eckelson, an active Rotarian in Boca Raton, said. Thats why we did it. I got six gallons of gas and a good time. I got a kiss from a little girl who have never been in a plane before today, and I got a bunch of parents who were happy that their kids experienced something that they would never have done without us. Thats what its all about.Continued from page 1

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Edition 1417for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013COMMUNITY NEWS 232 WORTH AVENUEPALM BEACH 561.653.6311 SELL YOURDIAMONDFOR MORE THANYOU EVER COULDFOR A COMPLIMENTARY APPRAISAL CONTACT CHRISTOPHER KAUFMANN, GEMOLOGIST.

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8 -Edition 110 April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen EDITORIALS/LETTERSThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Copy Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media Software Engineer One in the Spirit bocaratontribune.com address. to the editor.Letter Guidelines Letters to the EditorLike people everywhere, some Boca Raton residents may have their differences. But lets give credit when its due this is the only city where I have seen Jews and Christians openly work together on one accord effectively. I have seen in my travels across this globe attempts to tolerate each other. But nothing can be compared to what I have experienced from the members at Temple Beth El and the staff and management at the Wayne Barton Study Center. Recently, I attended an Easter dinner program at the center in Pearl City and a large contingency of the workers were members of Temple Beth El. This is not just for show. These folks are sincere and are real. The tradition dates back to December 1992 when Myra Singer, wife of Merle Singer, rabbi emeritus of Temple Beth El, wanted to help two families. A friend of hers was working with then Officer Wayne Barton, after whom the center is named, to help some families around Christmas and invited her to pitch in. She rolled up her sleeves and helped. And as they say, the rest has been history. Twenty-five families had a merry Christmas that year. I recalled, like a pied piper, watching Rabbi Singer as he lead his flock through Dixie Manor public housing community to help families at Christmas. When Barton told me that a rabbi and about 150 of his members would be serving dinner, playing Santa Claus and giving toys to the kids for Christmas, naturally, I found it unusual. It didnt take me long to realize that Rabbi Singer and his members got it. That was 21 years ago and the tradition continues. This public community service speaks volumes about how far weve come as a people in Palm Beach County, and reflects decades of hard yet delicate work by many individuals and groups who work quietly behind the scenes in order to increase interfaith understanding, cooperation, and friendship. It also reflects the growing goodwill between our communities here in Palm Beach County. My longtime friend William Gralnick, who was once regional director of the American Jewish Committee, has been for years preaching and practicing tolerance. Since the begin of time, there has been a multi-layered approach to Interfaith relations. Of course there are formal functions where appointed community representatives meet. But in my experience, much progress happens in a more informal setting. About 15 years ago, I was fortunate to be part of a group of about 12 people Muslims, Christians and Jews that met regularly mostly in each others houses for informal discussions on various topics. About three years into my assignment and after getting to know each other and discussing topics like Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Mohammed, life cycle events, food, etc we got together one February (Black History Month) at my place and talked about Gaza. We were understandably a bit nervous going into the discussion, and it was hard work. We didnt expect to agree on everything (and these expectations were met) but we did come away with a greater appreciation of each others perspectives, and a much better understanding of why each person held their opinions. If anything, our friendships were strengthened by the discussion, in that we valued our friendships going into the discussion, and through sincerely and sensitively listening to each others motivations and guarded thoughts, we learned a lot about each other. I came away with strong feeling of optimism that if we could do this, it would be possible for others as well, and there is hope for a just and lasting peace in the Middle East based on interpersonal relationships. We created common ground over very difficult terrain, explored it together, and came out the other side that much closer as friends. This is the way it should be Christians and Jews working together! Praise god. Now, lets see how we can get the Muslims to join forces. C. Ron Dear Mr. Gora, I read your article but I do not understand if in the end, at present Florida law does or does not require to include financial affidavits as public records in divorce judgements. I ask this question because last July I got an uncontested divorce with a Marital Settlement Agreement and at that time was not even discussed at the hearing the fact that we would have prefered not having our financial affidavits in public records. Could I at this point request the court of not making them publicly available? What is the the Florida Statues governing this issue? Thank you very much for your reply that I am confident will help me to better understand the issue. Sincerely yours, Manuela Bramante

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Edition 1419for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013 EDITORIALS & LETTERS By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING world, 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. What is Your Itinerary? By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER Taking Advantage Of Proprietary KnowledgeBy: Jim Mathis In the 1970s the photo processing and printing company my wife and I owned was one of the first to buy a Kodak Royalprint print processor. Since copying and restoring old photos was a big part of our business even then, I quickly figured out how to sepia-tone (brown-tinted) photos using the processor. A few years later I was at a Kodak seminar when somebody asked about sepia toning using the Royalprint machine. The Kodak technical representative apologized and said that was not possible. Then I had somewhat of a dilemma. Did I tell the Kodak people they were wrong, or should I proceed knowing I knew something that nobody else knew? I chose the latter, aware I had no legal or ethical obligation to inform Kodak about capabilities they did not know their processor had. As a result, I was able to earn thousands of dollars doing something the thenFortune 500 company said was impossible. I had uncovered proprietary knowledge that no one at Kodak realized they possessed. Since I was not an employee of Kodak or in any way affiliated with the company other than being a customer, it was not my responsibility to inform them of something they should have discovered on their own. This brings up a couple of questions. Did Kodak not try it, and why did not the people in the audience experiment with the machine on their own? The lessons I learned were that the experts are often wrong, and you cant believe everything you hear or read. Sometimes it pays off to check things out on your own. I now know that many small businesses become successful simply because they are doing something that a large company cannot or will not do. That old processor has since been junked with the advancement of technology, and Kodak has gone into bankruptcy, for a variety of reasons declining into an afterthought in the photographic industry. But in my current photography business I am still restoring old and damaged photographs. Eastman Kodak was once my biggest supplier; now the only Kodak products I have are in an antiques display case. Life and work sometimes take strange and unexpected twists and turns. I think there is a simple but profound moral of this story. It applies to anyone in business, no matter which field of endeavor you happen to be working n: Keep trying new things, new directions, and do not believe the naysayers that say something cannot be done or the people who are afraid to step out, take a risk and follow their passion. Proverbs 29:18 says, Where there is no vision, the people perish. If I had not experimented and discovered the additional capabilities of the photographic print processor, I might not have perished. However, I would have missed out on significant income along with the satisfaction of knowing I had learned to do something even the manufacturer was not aware could be done. That in itself is part of the satisfaction of being engaged in an entrepreneurial venture.By asking the question of our title I am not interested on a trip you may be planning to make, or a vacation you are soon to take. Im simply seeking to stimulate your mind into recognizing the need for purpose and goals in life. What steps are you taking today to reach certain objectives? What must you do in the next few days or weeks to achieve your desired goals, as well as to avoid situations which would be undesirable obstacles in your path to successful achievements. The word itinerary most often applies to journeys one makes, trips one takes, as the traveler in advance maps out places to visit, things to do, all within the specific time frame available. But it need not be limited only to that! Daily living also requires a wellthought-out itinerary if our days and hours are not misused, but utilized to the greatest personal advantage without adversely affecting anybody else in the process. Sadly, many people live purposeless lives; they just let life happen to them instead of guiding its events and planning the unfolding of each new day, while being ever mindful of varied, unexpected barriers which could either paralyze all efforts or still lead you back on track, into the correct path! Yet, a life well lived takes into account the importance of following a calendar without being a slave to it; of observing a map to avoid what can be successfully bypassed; of anticipating possible trouble along the way, with the knowledge of how to handle that effectively. If you live each day with a view towards your finishing line, you can more easily reach your eventual destination able to look back with joy at the victories you shall have secured, and the prizes you collected along the way. Other than that, your enjoyment of life will be very limited, and the contributions you can make on behalf of others will lack the satisfaction to which you are entitled! Plan your work, and work out your plan diligently! bocaratontribune.com

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10 -Edition 110 April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 E-mail: office@churchofboca.org Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org Pastor: Tom Lacey Sunday Worship Service: 10:00AM and Sunday School for all ages St. Pauls Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Website: www.stpaulboca.com Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-368-8248 Website: Somboca.com Frontline Christian Center 901 W. Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton FL 33486 561-706-5801 Website: www.frontlinechristiancenter.net First Baptist Church of Boca Raton 2350 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-994-4673 Website: www.fbcboca.org Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Services at Olympic Heights High School School at Loggers Run Middle School 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org Rabbi David Degani and Cantor Lee Degani Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Judge Winikoff Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: www.bocaglades.org Advent Lutheran Church and School 300 E. Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 Website: www.adventboca.org Revival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 1798 NW Spanish River Blvd Boca Raton, FL 33431 @ 10:30 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org Head Pastor: Carl Thomas Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org Sunday Worship: 9:15 am Contemporary 11 am Traditional To have your church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory... Send your information to our mailing address at: Boca Raton Tribune, PO Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497

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Edition 14111for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013 rffrnrt DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune Michael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Education and 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 can be reached at mhgora@sbwlawfirm.com. Q: I am in the process of getting divorced from a cop after an eighteen year marriage. He has a good salary, I dont. He has a pension plan, all saved during the marriage, I dont. He can afford to pay me some alimony and child support, he wont. I know he wont because we were at the office of the mediator in the courthouse, you know the cheaper kind and, after two hours he walked out because he refused to agree to any reasonable settlement, taking the position that since he earned it all was his. He said that our legislature was going to ban permanent alimony next year, and if he did not agree to alimony in a contract he would be able to get out of a judge ordered permanent alimony after the new legislation passes. Is he correct? Is our Republican legislature continuing the War on Women that I heard about during the presidential campaign? A: Your cop seems to be a little right and a lot wrong. As to his wish to keep all of the marital assets for himself because he earned it he has no chance of success. The equitable distribution statute is virtually bullet proof when it comes to equally splitting marital assets that is anything accumulated during the marriage as the result of marital labor and savings. So far the legislature is not messing with that concept. On the other hand he appears to be right about the suggested demise of periodic permanent alimony. Under the proposed new statute a judge would not be able to award permanent periodic alimony but will have the power to grant durational alimony for a number of years equal to or less than the length of the marriage after the first seven years of marriage. Additionally, the proposed new statute proposes a right granted to anyone who was divorced within two years before the passage of the legislation to go back to court to change the alimony plan from permanent to durational or less. There is a quirk in that process: (1) if the permanent periodic alimony is agreed to in a marital settlement agreement, a contract, it is unlikely that a court could set it aside due to the constitutional protection granted to contract rights, but (2) if the permanent award came after a trial and judgment there would be no bar to the application of the proposed new statute. In years of practice I have never met a man who wanted to give his wife alimony, of any kind. Apparently there were a couple of men in the legislature, who had recently undergone the divorce process, who have started and pushed the pending legislation. Sounds like sour grapes.How To Make Smart DecisionsFAITHBy Rick Warren Success: In the workplace, we all strive for success. There are many so-called formulas for achieving it, but essentially, success is a matter of making wise choices. As F. W. Boreham has said, We make our decisions and then they make us. That is why every decision has an element of risk to it. We cannot always predict the outcome. Are you dealing with any difficult decisions these days? Try following these eight steps for decision-making from the Bibles Old Testament book of Proverbs: STEP 1: PRAY FOR GUIDANCE (Principle of Inspiration): Start by asking God to help you see His perspective on the problem. Intuition is often wrong. A man is foolish to trust only himself. But those who use GODS WISDOM are safe (Proverbs 28:26). STEP 2: GET THE FACTS! (Principle of Information): Do not make decisions out of ignorance. First, find out as much relevant information as you can. Every prudent man acts out of knowledge (Proverbs 13:16). How stupid to decide before knowing the facts (Proverbs 18:13). Get the facts at any price... (Proverbs 23:23). STEP 3: ASK FOR ADVICE (Principle of Consultation): If possible, talk to someone who has already taken a similar risk. It is wise to learn from experience but it is even wiser to learn from the experiences of others! That way you do not have to learn everything the hard way. Get good advice and you will succeed (Proverbs 20:18). The intelligent man is always open to new ideas In fact, he looks for them (Proverbs 18:15). STEP 4: SET YOUR GOAL (Principle of Selection): Be sure you understand the reason and purpose for the decision youre about to make. You cannot chase two rabbits at the same time. An intelligent person AIMS at wise actions, but a fool starts off in many directions (Proverbs 17:24). STEP 5: COUNT THE COST (Principle of Evaluation): This is called a calculated risk. Ask yourself (1) Is it necessary? (2) What will it cost... in terms of time, energy, and money? (3) Is it worth it? It is a trap to dedicate something rashly, and only later to consider your vows (Proverbs 20:25). STEP 6: PLAN FOR PROBLEMS (Principle of Preparation): Remember Murphys Law (if something can go wrong, it will) and remember that Murphy was an optimist! Do not ignore problems they will not ignore you. So be prepared. Dont go charging into battle without a plan (Proverbs 20: 18). A sensible man watches for problems and prepared to meet them. The fool never looks ahead and suffers the consequences (Proverbs 22:3). STEP 7: FACE YOUR FEARS (Principle of Confrontation): Fear is not a sign of weakness it is a sign of your humanity. Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather it is moving ahead in spite of your fears. Fear of man is a dangerous trap, but to trust in God means safety (Proverbs 29:25). STEP 8: MAKE THE DECISION GO FOR IT! (Principle of Initiation): This is the point at which you must stop talking and start acting. You must begin. Commit to the Lord whatever you do and your plans will succeed (Proverbs 16:3). Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, the author of numerous books, including the highly acclaimed, The PurposeDrive Life, which has been translated into many languages and sold throughout the world. It affirms the importance of having a carefully considered, clearly expressed purpose to guide everyday life.

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Edition 141B1Section B April 12, through April 18, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com Old Jews Got Talent According to Rabbi MikeENTERTAINMENTSee page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca Arts See page B3Gourmet Tuscan Foods Abound At Ristorante Saporissimo FOOD REVIEW By Skip Sheffield If you need inspiration, there are two fine candidates opening in area theaters. If you are entirely too joyful, Hollywood has something that will bring you right down. First, the bright side: is the number of the Brooklyn Dodgers jersey worn by the late Jackie Robinson. It is also the story of Robinsons courageous fight to break the color barrier in major league baseball back in 1947. Robinson did not face the challenges of hateful bigotry alone. It was Dodgers owner Branch Rickey who really put his money and his reputation where his mouth was. Robinson had a strong, supportive (and in the movie quite beautiful) wife Rachel (Nicole Beharie). He was cheered on by pioneering black sports journalist, Wendell Smith (Andre Holland). Branch Rickey is played with great conviction by Harrison Ford, who obviously admires his character. Jackie Robinson is played by charismatic newcomer Chadwick Boseman; an exceedingly handsome young man with a certain star quality, like the character he played. The screenplay is by Brian Helgeland who is making his directorial debut. Helgelands impressive writing credits include Mystic River and L.A. Confidential. Here he carefully establishes the character of Jackie Robinson, a man with great pride, a hot temper and undeniable natural gifts. It was Branch Rickey who handpicked Robinson from the Negro League Kansas City Monarchs in 1946. The story follows Robinson through a kind of apprenticeship in Montreal and thence to a Sanford, Florida training camp, where Robinson confronted the ugly, violent and cruel face of racism. The characters dont mince words to get their point across. We watch Robinson boil over and at one point explode over pointed insults. Branch Rickey was a devout Christian of the Methodist faith. So was Jackie Robinson. Rickey appealed to Robinson to follow the example of Jesus and turn his cheek, no matter what the provocation. Cynics will find a little tool sanctimonious and rah-rah, but the point is this stuff really happened. Talent and character won out over bigotry and hatred. Robinson went on to become one of the finest players in baseball history. This film is a fitting tribute to his memory and legacy. Four stars Feel Good with The Sapphires The Sapphires is also a tale of racial prejudice on the other side of the world, in Australia. Like it is based on the true story of the firstever Aboriginal girl singing group. Because the girls sing Motown classics on a tour of Vietnam, you have a great soundtrack sung by four very talented women. The native Aborigines of Australia and New Zealand were mistreated, segregated and scorned by the Caucasian immigrants to the British outpost. The worst part was they were not granted equal rights until 1967. The Sapphires begins in 1958 with the Sapphires as little girls. Three of the girls sing at amateur competitions and show natural talent, despite prejudices against Aborigines. The film flashes forward to 1968 with the girls in their teens. A fourth member, Kay (Shari Sebbens) is reunited with her darker-skinned cousins after having been forcefully removed from her family and relocated to Sydney to be raised as a white person. Eldest Gail (Deborah Mailman) is the natural leader of the group, but her younger sister Julie (Jessica Mauboy) has a better voice than Gail or her sister Cynthia (Miranda Tapsell). Talent scout Dave Lovelace (Chris ODowd) realizes this hard fact instantly and insists Julie sing lead. Lovelace is a lovable drunk and a bit of a screw-up but he knows talent and he knows how to land a gig. He gets a booking with the U.S. Armed Forces for lonely, entertainmentstarved GIs on the battlefront. The Sapphires is a highly fictionalized story based on real Aboriginal sisters who did tour Vietnam in 1968. The script is by Keith Thompson and Tony Briggs, who created a stage play before the movie, which is directed by Wayne Blair. While there are some stock dramatic contrivances and romantic detours, The Sapphires is basically a feel-good story of triumph over adversity with a great soundtrack you can dance to. 3 and a half starsInspiration and Despair Can be Found in This Weeks Films

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April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 141 Section B Entertainment Skip SheffieldOld Jews Got Talent According to Rabbi MikeJewish people are nothing if not resilient. How else could they have survived and endured more than 5,000 years against all odds? There is no single answer, but Rabbi Mike Stern has an important clue. Jews have a very strong sense of humor, Stern declares. If you think about it, more than half of the most popular classic comedians are Jewish. Humor is how we cope with all the transitions. Rabbi Mike is a man of action who puts his theories to practice. A year ago he put on an evening of Jewish humor at the Levis JCC in west Boca Raton. It was so popular Stern decided to take the concept on the road in a secular setting. A month ago Stern produced a show he dubbed Old Jews Got Talent at the paragon Deerfield 8 movie theater in Deerfield Beach. By popular demand the event will be repeated from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, April 10 at the same location. The Borscht Belt school of Catskills comedy is dying out, Stern asserts. This is our small effort to keep the tradition alive. Some of the Old Jew comics are professionals. Most are not. Ron Goldfarb made a name for himself in the New York Bar Association before retiring, moving to Florida and taking up painting. Goldfarb auditioned and was chosen for the first Old Jews Got Talent show. Now he is back with a new batch of jokes. When you think about it, there is a similarity between layers and stand-up comics, muses Goldfarb. We both use words to make a living, and we have to think on our feet. I find the sound of laughter gratifying, just as I would defining a tough case. Rabbi Mike runs a one-man, non-profit ministry called Rabbi Without Walls. For shut-ins or people who cant afford temple memberships or simply need reassurance, Stern travels to them. I started Rabbi Without Walls in Philadelphia and ran it eight years there, and I still hear from people there Stern reveals. I decided to try it here when my wife and I moved to Florida two years ago. You could call Old Jews Got Talent an outreach of that program. A temple or a church is not defined by its walls, but by people who believe. Tickets for Old Jews Got Talent are $20, $22.50 and $26.50. Call 414-573-9668. or go to mstern@ rabbiwithoutwalls.com for more information. Delray Has a 3-Day Affair The 51st Delray Affair is this weekend, April 5-7 along East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. As always the Chamber of Commercesponsored art, entertainment and food festival is free and open to the public. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Call 561-278-0424 or go to www.delrayaffair.com for more information. Keroacs On The Road in the Theater On the Road was a groundbreaking novel by Jack Kerouac that defined what would become known as the Beat Generation. Opening April 5 at FAUs Living Room Theater, On the Road is a cinematic treatment by Walter Salles, director of The Motorcycle Diaries. The central character of Sal Paradise, played by Sam Riley in the movie, is a fictionalized version of Kerouac, as is Dean Moriarity (Garrett Hedlund) a stand-in for Kerouacs best friend, Neal Cassady. Finished in 1951 but not published until 1957, mostly due to censorship issues, On the Road was a rambling, spontaneous, improvised interior monologue, famously typed on a 120-foot roll of paper with no punctuation or paragraph breaks. The movie resembles the book rather self-consciously, as some of the actors are well known. A case in point is Marylou, played by Twilight star Kristen Stewart, who sheds her teen image along with her clothes for the amoral character. Also playing against type are Kirsten Dunst as Camille and Amy Adams as Jane. If you are looking for titillating thrills, you will not find them here. In fact On the Road with all its hetero and homosexual sex, smoking, drinking, drugging and carousing, becomes a bit dull. Two stars

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Edition 141B3Section B April 12, through April 18, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com Gourmet Tuscan Foods Abound At Ristorante Saporissimo Food Review Marc Kent A full range of ultra-gourmet fare is yours where Chef/Owner Marco Buzzi rules over this busy, charming gem of a restaurant! From the standard menu, we sampled 3 soupsa delicious Tuscan tomato with herbs and leeks, a wild mushrooms in truffle oilvery deep dark flavor and soup of the daya chicken broth with spinachalso excellent. There are a dozen listings as Anti Pasti we tried a cross section including fried polenta, shrimp, calamari, mussels and clams the Polenta Frutti di Mare. Each element was cooked to perfection and was crowned with a most delicious broth. Fried calamari was tender, tasty and lightly breaded ringlets in a spicy tomato saucevery niceas was Carpaccio DAnatra duck breast carpaccio with wild berries in an aged raspberry balsamic, adorned with goat cheese. The other nine offerings include octopus, eggplant, yellow fin tuna, bison meatballs in tomato sauceexotic combinations! One may choose from crisp salads mixed greens, Caesar, arugula with endive, arugula with prosciutto and arugula with gorgonzola all properly dressed. The Primi Piatti heading offered some ten items including tender little neck clams over linguini lightly bathed in garlic and olive oil. The Rigatoni Saporissimo had sweet gorgonzola, black truffles, pepper and reggiano for a robust taste. A rare treat was fettuccini with wild boar sausage in a spicy wild game ragu deep flavored! Other items included gnocchi, orecchiotte, tonnarelli, rabbit and more. The 4Pasta Ripene and 3 Risotti features included such specialties as ravioli stuffed with lobster or artichoke or ricotta/ spinach/prosciutto as well as the risotto with porcini mushrooms or with the fruits of the seas mussels, clams, shrimp, scallops, calamari and fresh tomatoes. We love this version. This reviewer, Joan and Don shared the delicious Chilean sea bass in a white wine sauce with fresh artichoke and cherry tomato. The true test of a fine restaurant lies with the treatmen of such a delicate fish here we say, Bravo Marco! 4 additional fresh fish dishes are listed as well. Scaloppini is an excellent choice at Restaurant Saporissimo we had a fine sample of it, masala style, though its available in a lemon sauce or with fresh tomato and mozzarella. Veal chop can be had breaded or stuffed with fontina cheese. Chicken breast dishes try francese style or stuffed with black truffle, spinach and cheese or with fresh tomato and mozzarella. This bistro offers the adventurous a duck breast ora filet of wild boar ora braised wild rabbit all Tuscan specialties! Please note that there are daily specials in addition to the permanent standard menu. 6 desserts are offered try the crme Brule cheesecake or the tiramisu or the chocolate cake. Each one was a delightful conclusion to a fine ding experience. Choose 7 white wines or 9 red wines by the glass or request their beer roster. Beverages, as is the case for the food, are in line with pricing for gourmet quality. Open 6 days closed only on Sunday, hours are 5:30PM to 10PM for this year old fine restaurant. Located at 366 East Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton (561750-2333), it seats 55 diners. We recommend it and suggest you Go and Enjoy! Lynn Universitys annual Celebration of the Arts will take place on Friday, April 26th at the Wold Performing Arts Center. A festival of the arts showcasing the talents of The Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn College of International Communication and Lynn Drama Program students, faculty, and staff, the evening will begin at 6 pm with a showcase of photography, painting, film, sculpture, and live music. Complimentary food and drinks will be served. And at 7:30 pm the headline production Celebration of the Arts will take the stage. Celebration of the Arts is a cabaret-style showcase of musical theatre, dance, poetry, and short plays. The evenings performances will include All that Jazz from Chicago, Life is a Cabaret from Cabaret, as well as dances in the styles of Bollywood, Contemporary, Hip Hop, and Jazz. A performance by members of the Conservatory of Music is also planned. A silent auction will be held in the theatres lobby from 6PM7:30PM. Guests will be invited and encouraged to bid on items and collections. Items up for bidding include gift certificate packages to Mizner Park, season tickets to Live at Lynn, salon services, movie passes and more. Celebration of the Arts will donate all the proceeds from the auction to the National Society of Arts and Letters, East Coast Chapter. These funds will go towards assisting young artists though arts competitions and career opportunities. Lynn University is recognized as one of the most innovative, international, and individualized small universities in America. It hosts students from 40 states across the United States and 90 nations worldwide. Lynns Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University is home to live theatrical performances by the universitys theater arts program and professional Live at Lynn series, as well as Conservatory of Music concerts and other universityhosted events.Lynn Universitys Celebration of the Arts Will Take Place April 26th

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April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 141 Section B S P O T L I G H T Festival Brings All People Together to Celebrate CommonalitiesBy Stephanie NeeleyWhen it comes to celebrating, Delray Beach wants to make sure it hits the right note. And in many cases, that requires a chorus of cultures. For the fourth consecutive year, Delray Beach resident Susan Berkowitz-Schwartz organized an All Peoples Day Diversity festival recently to highlight the differences between races and ethnicities and celebrate their commonalities. The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, South Palm Beach County co-sponsored the event. Held at Pompey Park Recreational Center, the free festival featured 20 performers including an African American choir, American folk singers, Chinese performances and Mexican folk dancers. There also were 50 interactive and selling booths with arts projects for children and adults as well as multicultural foods. When people come together through the arts, it touches their hearts because they learn about each other through the heart, said Berkowitz-Schwartz, an art therapist. Its a connection that goes beyond talking. Its feeling, seeing touching and its creating. Created by BerkowitzSchwartz in 1973, All Peoples Day was celebrated for 35 years in New Jersey. Berkowitz-Schwartz brought the festival to Delray Beach in 2010 and has gotten local support form elected officials and residents. BerkowitzSchwartz hopes All Peoples Day will become a national holiday.

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Edition 141B5Section B April 12, through April 18, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com S P O T L I G H T On Thursday, March 28, 2013, students and staff from the Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) in Boca Raton brought a bit of magic to each plate it helped serve at Boca Helping Hands, as the college sponsored Thursday Night Dinner with the schools Magic Hat Club. Families were greeted with hot meals and a magic show for the kids. Juan Bernal, 19, a first year student majoring in graphic design says, I like helping out the community whenever I can, DMAC gives students like me, the opportunity to do so. Bernal is also the president of The Magic Hat Club, and adds, If I can make kids smile through magic tricks, I know Ive done something, a little bigger than just pursuing my hobby. With only eight people on staff, the nonprofit relies heavily on its volunteers. Just last month, almost 5,000 people depended on bags filled with groceries to feed their families, so as DMAC helped fill grocery bags, and serve hot meals it aided in making another month for local families a bit easier. Boca Helping Hands is almost entirely run by volunteers. So when a group like DMAC comes in, were able to fully function, and really best serve our community, especially our children, said James Gavrilos, Executive Director of Boca Helping Hands.Digital Media Arts College Joins Boca Helping Hands to feed Needy Children and Families

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April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B6 Edition 141 Section B r fntbffr brfbr frbnn Pete Hammond, MOVIELINE ttt LIVING ROOM THEA TERS BOCA RA T ON777 GLADES RD. 561-549-2600 fau.livingroomtheaters.comREGAL SHADOWOOD 169889 WEST GLADES RD. 561-482-2638www.regmovies.com 8 1 8 5 0 9 9 6 6 9 20723 STARBUCK BOCA RATON TRIBUNE 5.2" X 3.5" .5" THEATER BASE BW AD RUNS: 4/12/2013 AD DUE: 4/04/13 CREATIVE VISION: 4/04/13 mech01 ACTING WORKSHOP SATURDAY, MAY11th SOUTH FLORIDA DISNEY IMPROV ACTING COACHEzra Weisz Sonny with a Chance Austin & Ally Wizards of Waverly Place JessieFor more information call 561-404-4290 www.SoundTreeEntertainment.com for continued success and prosperity, Haynie said in a news release. Now, I want to take my experience to the mayors office, and continue to lead Boca Raton in the right direction. Haynie promises to run a strong, grassroots campaign. I look forward to sharing my message of fiscal responsibility, public safety, lower taxes and ethical representation with the residents of Boca Raton, she added. The Florida native is a graduate of Lynn University and holds a certification in Traffic Engineering Studies from Georgia Institute of Technology and Northwestern University. She works as a restoration contractor for properties damaged in disaster and also as a Community Association Manager. A 40-year resident of Boca Raton, Haynie is married to Neil Haynie and they have five adult children and live in the Camino Gardens neighborhood. Whelchel said Haynie is a hard worker and leaver. Having served with Susan I have seen a hard-working leader who is extremely dedicated to our community, she said. With her ideas and depth of experience, I know she would make an outstanding Mayor. Along with the mayors seat, Haynies City Council position and the seat held by council member Mike Mullaugh will be on the ballot next year.Continuedfrom page 1 By Skip SheffieldAn Iliad for our time? Yeah baby, as long as people fight wars, Homers 3,000-year-old poem unfortunately will never go out of style. An Iliad is a one-man show (with plenty of technical support) starring the gifted actor writer and comedian Avi Hoffman. It runs through April 21 in the black box theater of Mizner Arts Cultural Center. An Iliad is a vindication for Outre Theatre Company, which had a less than sterling debut with A Wild Party last year. An Iliad is as focused and spare as Wild Party was overstuffed, sprawling and disjointed. Avi Hoffman is a lifetime theater professional best known for his humorous Too Jewish series of shows. In this Iliad, he is dressed in contemporary battle garb on a set the looks like it could be anywhere in the Middle East. Iliad is an epic poem attributed to the Greek poet Homer, who lived sometime in the eighth century B.C. The Iliad tells the epic story of the bitter, destructive ten-year Trojan War between the Trojans of Ilium or Troy and the invading Greeks. The main characters are King Agamemnon of Greece and Achilles, the fierce warrior of Troy. Chryses, a Trojan priest of Apollo, has offered a large reward for the return of his abducted daughter Chryseis, but Agamemnon has stubbornly refused, ensuring the conflict will continue. The Iliad is nearly 16,000 lines. An Iliad lasts only 90 minutes, without intermission. Few but the most serious scholars have read the entire Iliad. This translation by Denis OHare and Lisa Peterson cuts to the chase. Civil War General William Tecumseh Sherman said it most succinctly: War is Hell. A knowledge of Greek gods and goddesses is useful but not mandatory. In the poets telling we pretty much know who is who. Thanks to Hoffmans artistry the various characters male, female, animal and divine are all distinct and easy to understand. Lighting and sound cues are used to indicate time and scene changes and mood, such as the recurring bloodred filter. Screen projections depict ancient Greece and Troy. Wars are caused by base emotions: greed, jealousy, coveting, overweening pride and malicious lies. You will find all in evidence in this sometimes funny, often somber parade of human folly. This may not be The Iliad but as An Iliad, it drives home its points with impressive accuracy. Tickets are $40 adults, $35 seniors and $30 students. Call 954-300-2149 or go to www.outretheatrecompany. com.Not The Iliad but An Iliad

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Edition 14119for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Four Women Charged After Protesting Outside GEO GroupBy Jason SchwartzFour FAU students were arrested Tuesday during a protest outside the GEO Group headquarters in Boca Raton. The protest comes in the wake of GEO Group withdrawing a $6 million donation it made to support the FAU athletic program in exchange for its name on the schools new stadium. Arrested were Lynne Purvis, 33, of Lake Worth; Zoe Meniolle DHauthull, 20, of Miami; Janel Williams, 23, of Spring Hill; and Christine Baglieri, 25, of Lake Worth. Both DHauthull and Williams were chained to the door handles of the office building by way of a bike lock around their neck. Purvis and Baglieri were arm-locked in the middle of the other two women, Officer Roalind Gualtieri wrote in her report. All four women were charged with trespassing and resisting arrest without violence. They were later released to their own custody. Police were called to the headquarters of GEO Group, One Park Place at 621 NW 53rd St. after a large group of people refused to leave. Five of the women were on the first floor in front of the GEO Group office and numerous others were in the lobby holding signs and chanting, police said. I entered the building and met with Building Engineer David Dawood, Gualtieri wrote in her report. Dawood said he asked them to leave the property and they refused. Dawood said the five female subjects appeared to be chained to the door. Gualtieri told one of the women they were on private property and ordered them to leave immediately. But they refused, saying they would leave only after speaking with George Zoley, The Geos CEO/ Chairman/Founder,whose office is in the building. I told the protestors to leave and escorted a few outside prior to other officers arriving on scene, she wrote. The police lieutenant arrived and told the women they had three minutes and one minute to leave but they ignored his warning. At 10:30 a.m., police arrested the women. The GEO Group initially pledged a $6 million gift to FAUs athletics department. The gift was a 12-year commitment with annual payments of $500,000. GEO Group did say in a letter to university Board of Trustees Chairman Anthony Barbar that it was pledging $500,000 for academic scholarships this year in lieu of the naming agreement.

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Edition 14121for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013 NEW! Sea Turtle Camp for Kids Spring Break: March 25-29, 2013 1st-3rd grades: 8:30AM -12, 4th-6th grades 1-4:30PM Friends of Gumbo Limbo Family Membership RequiredCall for more info: (561) 544-8615Gumbo Limbo Nature Center www.gumbolimbo.org 561-910-4087 Sample delicious cuisine from over 40 local restaurants!The nest wines from selected vineyards!A special event to benetPeople Reaching Out to Provide Education and LeadershipEnjoy Food & Fine Wines Show Judge Actor Judge Reinhold 5:30 pm 8:00 pmRoyal Palm Place Monument Piazza Boca RatonCorner of S. Federal Hwy. & SE Mizner Tickets: $30 in advance, $40 at the door For more information, call 561.955.8553

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22 -Edition 110 April 12, through April 18, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Kaplan, Inc., the leading global education provider and a subsidiary of The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO), today announced that Timothy S. Gilbert has assumed leadership for Colloquy LLC, a business unit offering end-to-end online and distance education solutions to higher education. As Colloquys president, Gilbert will be based in the operations Delray Beach, FL headquarters and report to Darrell Splithoff, executive vice president of Strategy and Innovation at Kaplan, Inc. Colloquy will continue to focus and expand its services to all types of higher education institutions which want to take advantage of online capabilities to reach distant learners Gilbert most recently served as senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Campus Management Corp. in Boca Raton, FL. During his eight years at Campus Management, he helped grow the company from a niche provider into a global industry leader, serving 1,700 colleges, universities, and notfor-profit institutions. Previously, Gilbert held senior management positions with IBM Life Sciences, The Raymond Corporation (a manufacturing division of Toyota Industries Corp.), and The Patriot Company, a consumer goods firm he co-founded and later sold. Colloquy will continue to focus and expand its services to all types of higher education institutions which want to take advantage of online capabilities to reach distant learners, said Darrell Splithoff. We are very pleased to have Tim lead those efforts. His combination of leadership qualities, experience, and vision will take Colloquy to its next phase of growth. Colloquy currently serves a number of U.S. colleges and universities, including the University of California at San Francisco, George Washington University (Washington, DC) and George Mason University (Fairfax, VA). Gilbert earned an MBA from Regis University (Denver CO), a masters degree from The John Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD), and a bachelors degree from the University of WisconsinMadison. Gilbert was named Chief Marketing Officer of the Year by the CMO Institute in 2010. A former board member of the South Florida Technology Alliance, he regularly speaks and writes about technology in education. His articles have appeared in a variety of trade and academic journals.Kaplans Colloquy Unit Taps Tim Gilbert as President

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Edition 14123for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013 Part 2 of a two-part series In the last installment, this column examined the Brazilian invasion of the United States an economic explosion that focuses on the exchange of products, services and tourism, among other things. This financial twoway street has a dynamic impact on both of these heavily industrialized nations. The previous column examined tourism along with business and industry investments shared by the two nations. This week, the column discusses U.S.-American trade, its success today and its bright future. First off, Brazil is a nation of 193 million people that packs some serious economic clout. It is becoming an increasingly important trading partner for the United States. A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama and Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke visited Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo and proposed a number of actions designed to help the U.S.Brazilian commercial relationship continue to succeed in the coming years. With a gross domestic product of $2 trillion in 2010, Brazil is the worlds seventh-largest economy. When Obama and Locke toured Brazil, they participated in a series of important meetings on trade and commerce. Obama also met with Dilma Rousseff, Brazils new president, who took office in January 2011. Since Rousseffs election, expectations have been running high for improvements in commercial relations between the United States and Brazil. In March of 2011, Obama spoke to a packed house at the Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro and made his hopes clear. He said: Together we can advance our common prosperity. In a global economy, the United States and Brazil should expand tradeexpand investmentso that we create new jobs and new opportunities in both of our nations. And thats why were working to break down barriers to doing business. Thats why were building closer relationships between our workers and our entrepreneurs. Lets look at the numbers. U.S. goods and services trade with Brazil totaled $103 billion American dollars in 2011. Exports reached $65 billion, imports totaled $39 billion. Americas has a $26 billion 2011 goods and services trade surplus. Brazil is now Americas eighth largest trading partner in goods with $75 billion in total imports and exports during 2011. Exports of goods totaled $43 billion; goods imports totaled $32 billion. The U.S. trade surplus with Brazil was $11 billion in 2011. Trade in services with Brazil (exports and imports) totaled $29 billion in 2011, preliminary data state. Exports of services were $22 billion; imports of services were $7 billion. The U.S. services trade surplus with Brazil was $15 billion in 2011. U.S. exports of goods to Brazil in 2011 were $42.9 billion, an increase of 21.2 percent ($7.5 billion) from 2010, and up 180 percent from the year 2000. U.S. exports to Brazil accounted for 2.9 percent of total U.S. exports in 2011. The top export categories in 2011 were: machinery ($7.9 billion), mineral fuels ($6.4 billion), aircraft ($5.4 billion), electrical machinery ($4.6 billion) and plastics ($ 2.1 billion). U.S. exports of agricultural products to Brazil totaled $800 million in 2011. Major categories included: cotton products ($323 million), dairy products ($40 million), wheat ($30 million) and sugars and sweeteners ($21 million). U.S. exports of private commercial services (that is, excluding military and government) to Brazil were $21.7 billion in 2011, 28.8 percent ($4.8 billion) more than in 2010 and 248 percent higher than year 2000 levels. Other private services (telecommunications, business, professional and technical and financial services), travel and royalties and license fees accounted for most categories of U.S. services exports to Brazil. Regarding imports, Brazil was the United States 17th largest supplier of goods in 2011. U.S. imports of goods from Brazil totaled $31.7 billion in 2011, an increase of 32.5 percent ($7.8 billion) from 2010 and up 129 percent from 2000. U.S. imports from Brazil accounted for 1.4 percent of total U.S. imports in 2011. The five largest import categories in 2011 were: mineral fuels and oil (gross), $10.5 billion; iron and steel, $3.5 billion; machinery, $2.3 billion; spices, tea and coffee, $2 billion and special other items (returns), $1.3 billion. U.S. imports of agricultural products from Brazil totaled $4.1 billion in 2011, making Brazil the fourth largest supplier of ag imports to the United States. Major categories included: coffee (unroasted), $1.9 billion; fruit and vegetable juices, $321 million; tobacco, $278 million and beet and raw cane sugar, $270 million. U.S. imports of private commercial services (again, excluding military and government) were $6.9 billion in 2011, 25.4 percent ($1.4 billion) over 2010 and up 256 percent from the year 2000 level. Other private services (business, professional and technical services), royalties and licenses and the categories of travel services led U.S. services imports from Brazil. The U.S. surplus with Brazil was $11.2 billion in 2011, up 2.3 percent ($259 million) from 2010. The United States had a trade surplus in services of $14.8 billion with Brazil in 2011, up 30.4 percent from 2010. So if, on the one hand, the U.S. is being invaded by Brazil, which has brought billions of dollars to America through investments and expenditures of its tourists, the U.S. has invaded Brazil with products and services. 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Helens other interests included the Garden Club in Toledo, and her sewing group of neighborhood women. She was an early advocate of what we now call healthy eating, emphasizing fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and a minimum of red meat. She graduated from Libbey High School in Toledo and attended Ypsilanti State Teachers College (now Eastern Michigan University) for three years, studying to become a physical education teacher. She was an active member during college years and also later as an alumna of her college sorority, Tri Sigma. She is survived by her son, Richard, daughter in law, Barbara, grandchildren, David Glowacki of Boston and Laura Martinez (Christopher) of Sylvania, OH and five great grandchildren, Brian and Samantha Glowacki, Kelsey, Hollis, and Emily Martinez. She also asked that her niece, Barbara (the Rev. Melvin) Miller, and her nephew, Fred Prescott be mentioned. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Katherine Osmialowski of Toledo; sisters, Anne Mercer of Bowling Green, OH and Florence Helwig of Columbus, OH, and brother Ted Ohls of Toledo. Funeral services will be for family only. After a funeral mass in Gesu Church, interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Parkside Blvd., Toledo. The family requests that any memorials be in the form of a contribution to the charity of the donors choice. Please visit www.fullernaples.com for the online guestbook and details.ObituariesThe Boca Raton Tribune

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Edition 14129for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comApril 12, through April 18, 2013SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune Sports Strikers Open Season with 1-1 Draw Versus FC Edmonton Prevent, preserve & reverse signs of aging with the personalized care of our experienced professional medical team 561-394-3088 Call TODAY to set up your FREE consultation 3848 FAU Blvd., Suite 210 Boca Raton, FL 33431www.GladesMedical.com WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BOTOX RESTYLANE JUVDERM RADIESSE LATISSE SKIN REJUVENATING PEELS LASER HAIR REMOVALExclusively at Glades Medical Group Strikers football is back. After much anticipation, and excitement the Fort Lauderdale Strikers kicked off their 2013 Spring Championship Season on Saturday versus FC Edmonton. It felt as if the 5,201 screaming fans got to the Strikers early, as they gave up an early goal to FC Edmontons Wes Knight in the 15th minute. We started off sloppy, said debutant David Foley. We gave up a sloppy goal, but after that we settled down. The Strikers defense, something they put emphasis on this past offseason, was caught napping and watched as Shaun Saiko whipped in a cross from the left, and Wes Knight beat the Strikers defense to the ball for a header to open the score. We came out little nervous in the first half, Strikers coach Daryl Shore said. Following their goal, we showed more energy and initiative. After the goal, Fort Lauderdale settled down and started to play the type of soccer they wanted. Despite not finding the back of the net in the first half, the Strikers had shots on goal by Carlos Salazar, Stefan Dimitrov and Jemal Johnson, all from David Foley crosses. Once we started finding Carlos [Salazar], Stefan [Dimitrov] and Jemal [Johnson] open we felt like we played better, explained coach Shore. Second half got underway and it was all Strikers from there. In the 55th minute Johnson nearly put one away for a goal taking a shot just outside the penalty box, hitting the cross bar. During that same play, Foley went for the rebound and FC Edmontons keeper Lance Parker tripped him up. The referee called for a penalty kick, which brought the crowd to euphoria, but the sideline referee waived it off after saying Foley had been offside. In the 65th minute, midfielder Walter Restrepo made his season debut coming in to a rapturous applause for Rubens. Restrepo, who was named to the NASL Best 11 team last season as a result of his team leading 11 assists, was coming back following a season ending ACL injury. Restrepos entrance into the game sparked the Strikers attack. In the 73rd minute, Foley scored his first goal as a member of the Strikers on an unassisted beauty as he worked his way past three defender producing a laser shot from just inside 18 yards. To be honest with you, said Foley after the match. I saw the ball going in the whole way. I got a great pass from Toni Sthl and I was lucky enough to get a great touch since the defenders backed off. It was a great individual effort by David on the goal, said coach Shore. Its got to be goal of the week, if not goal of the year. Despite earning the draw and one point, the Strikers now that with the new NASL Scheduling a tie isnt an option. Its a little disappointing, said Foley. We started off sloppy and gave up a sloppy goal, luckily we come back and got the tie. I thought we deserved the three points, added coach Shore. But for a first game we will take the tie. The Strikers play their next two games on the road against Atlanta and Carolina before returning home against cross-state rival Tampa Bay Rowdies on April 27. Florida Atlantic University's all-time rushing leader Alfred Morris completed his first season NFL season with the Washington Redskins, where he set the Redskins single-season rushing record. The FAU alum was honored by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission as the 2013 Professional Athlete of the Year. The award was presented on his behalf at the annual Hall of Fame Banquet which took place on Sunday, March 24 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Morris is the leading rusher in Florida Atlantic University history and was a consistent member of the FAU Athletic Department's 3.0 GPA list. He was drafted in the 6th round (#173 overall) by the Redskins with whom he had one of the most impressive rookie seasons, earning votes for the NFL rookie of the year. He finished the season with 1,613 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns. Each year, the Palm Beach County Sports Commission recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions in sports. Morris graduated from Florida Atlantic after the 2011 season. During his senior season, he earned a second team spot on Phil Steel's 2011 Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference Team. Morris was the first Owl under Coach Schnellenberger to surpass 1,000 yards twice in his career. Morris was named Florida Atlantic's 2012 Male Student Athlete of the Year and was the team's CoMVP before he went on to participate in the 2012 NFL Combine. Alumnus Alfred Morris Receives Professional Athlete of The Year Award

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