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YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Your Closest Neighbor Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to email@example.com SIERRA & SIGMUND READING The Boca Raton Tribune OH YEA! AND ROBER T S. WEINROTH TOO June 8, through June 15, 2014 Business Municipal Communitysee page 4Boca Airport is Expanding with New Administration Buildingsee page 10Arrest for DUI with Property Damage aer Hit and RunLife & Artssee page B1Palm Beach County Veterans Committee 7th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony see page 24Sklar Furnishings Recognized As Small Business Leaders Of e Year By Quezia SalgadoAs another school year wraps up students lose sleep to get those last minute study sessions in, teachers race to turn in test grades, and parents cant help but become overwhelmed with the nostalgic feeling of seeing their high school graduates go off to college. In the midst of the chaos that goes on behind the scenes of the preparations for prom and graduation, the Boca community has many reasons to be proud of its students, who continue to shine in South Florida, displaying outstanding levels of excellence in their academic achievements. The success of Palm Beach county schools in equipping their students is a result of the collaboration among students, teachers, and parents. In recognition of this continued effort for excellence in education, Palm Beach and Mar Awards, given to those who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in 18 academic, Inc., and this year, out of the 72 students awarded, 11 were from Boca Raton public schools, to the hard work of students and teachers alike, [the students] are trying their hardest because its important to them that they succeed; the students desire to be prepared feeds the teachers interest in preparing them, and those two factors complement each other very well. World-class Education for a Lifetime of SuccessAnother Broken Egg Caf Hatches in Boca Raton nounce the grand opening of its Another Broken Egg Caf (ABEC) on Monday, June 9, 2014 in Royal Palm Place at 508 Via De Palmas, Suite 76, Boca Raton, FL 33432. This is the exciting debut of award-winning ABEC in the Boca area, and it expansion effort in the Sunshine State. Floridians interested in a sneak preview and wishing to support three very worthy local causes can dine no charge for the public to attend these separate fundraising events, and donations can be made via cash, check or credit card and will be accepted for date. Conntinue on Page 24 see page 11 Conntinue on Page 4
2 -Edition 189 June 8, through June 15, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Quote of the Week:Fight the good fight of the faith, lay hold on the life eternal, whereunto thou wast called, and didst confess the good confession in the sight of many witnesses. -Timothy 6:12 INDEX 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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The plea deal involves Rosenfeldts role in Rothsteins massive Ponzi scheme run out of the Adler has pleaded guilty for his part in the scandal while Rothstein is currently serving 50 years in jail. the con capital of the civilized world, Boca Steve Bauer were nailed by federal prosecu tors for a kickback scheme involving a shady prison. will be opening in the Boca Square shopping center on the northeast corner of 441 and Palmetto Park Road, facing Chilis, in the for facing 441. ployees lawsuit against the city of Boca Raton was released Tuesday, showing the ex-employee will get $322,500 in a lump sum and her lawyers will get $215,000, for a total of $537,500 to be paid in the case. Christine Ferrigan, a 23-year employee of the city, was program coordinator in retaliation for point ing out threats to public safety of Bocas water system. use Delray Beach. spent $17 million on facility improvements to attract younger home buyers. Bell put his huge mansion on the sales block for a jaw dropping $35 million, the highest asking price ever in the city. mens footwear, leather belts, wallets and briefcases opened at the Shops of Boca Center, 5050 Town Center Road. regions largest 100% no-kill 501(c) 3 animal Boca Raton to co-host six weekly Tri-County Thursdays at the eatery beginning June 5th to raise much-needed funds to support the mission of TCAR that operates 100% on donations. TCAR supporters and patrons of the TCAR website at www.tricountyanimal device, or mention to their server that they donate 20% of purchases to the rescue cen ter, including dine-in, take-out, catering and all beverages. approved a contract with John A. Carey to eral at a starting annual salary of $175,000. The four-year contract takes effect June 23, 2014. showed a healthy jump of more than 5% compared to the same month last year. Closed sales hit 1,478 for the month with 50% paid in cash. A little over 2,400 new listings were posted for April, up 18% from a year ago. home sales showed a healthy increase, condo through April posted the worst winter buying season in the past four years, as Palm Beach County revealed a 5% fall off with a little over 7,200 deals. County home sale price was $447,465, 7,326 home sales were listed in April and 730 April home sales were cash buys. Estate, contact Joanne Epstein at www.joan neepstein.com or call 561. 945.0000. justed the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare to provide insurers with a tax payer bailout if they lose money writing coverage for the new law. The bailout was buried in hundreds of pages of regulations issued months denying any bailout was in the works. 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4 -Edition 189 June 8, through June 15, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comContinue from page 1In addition to the student-teacher relationship, another contributing factor to the success of Boca schools is parental involve ment: The more involved a parent is in the childs schooling the more successful the child will be. The parents involvement reinforces how important school is to the Community involvement is another cat record of extracurricular activities, which add to the students development of social skills. Among them is the schools contribuare the largest school-based fundraiser for childhood cancer in the United States; just this past year we raised over $56,000 with over 120 kids involved, says principal Dave Clark. According to Clark, who has worked in Palm Beach County schools for over 29 years, challenges have always been present in the education system, but they are overcome with collaboration from all involved: students, teachers, and parents. Boca is very unique when it comes to education because there is higher expectation from ents who are college educated and are very involved in their kids education, says Clark. pectation comes from parents, teachers, or the students them selves, the fact is that it can also create healthy competition among students. According to class Valedictorian and Salutatorian is made with basis on a calculation of the courses high school credit courses taken in middle (Advanced Placement, Cambridge AICE, dual enrollment courses) earn more honor rank, however, this calculation is based on courses the student has taken, including those taken in middle school. This model creates a number of different possibili ties, including a student who may have the #2 class rank, but not be Salutatorian and actually become the #3 student for Val/ Sal purposes, Stenner adds. The different systems of evaluation of a students devel opment create an atmosphere where they continually strive for improvement, and as Stenner says, There is nothing wrong with academic competitiveness, as long as everyone plays by the rules. All four of Bocas public high schools continue to elevate their academic standards by adding advanced placement classes and magnet programs to their curricula, offer ing voluntary study sessions during after school hours, and by promoting events that celebrate the diversity in the student body which, on average, is composed of students from over 100 different countries. Regardless of where they decide to go to college, the graduating classes of 2014 from Boca high schools are fully equipped to take on any challenge, thanks to the hard work of this community of educators who will stop at nothing to provide their students with the world-class education they deserve. the legacy of Bocas education will certainly carry on with them. 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Airport Authoritys Executive Director Clara Bennett explains that the building will house airport administration operations and maintenance functions that are currently housed in separate areas of the airport. The building will also accommodate meetings with Airport tenants, area pilots, and the community on airport-related issues. These types of meetings are currently held off-site due to space constraints. A recent article by the Sun Sentinel re ported the City Councils prioritizing that a customs facility also be built at the airport in the near future, so that the airport is able the topic, Bennett responded that while the Airport Authority appreciates the level of community and City support for a Customs facility at Boca Raton Airport, the process to fund, site, and construct a Customs facil ity is complicated and requires thoughtful The Authority is currently evaluating possible building sites and associated construc tion costs. The two preferred locations for a Customs facility are on the Atlantic Aviation property. The Airports Executive Director has had preliminary discussions with Atlantic Aviation about a possible lease amendment to allow for construction of the facility on their leasehold. World-class Education for a Lifetime of Success
Edition 189 5for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com June 8, through June 15, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS Tri-Rail Looks to Open New Station at Boca Town CenterBy Kathryn WohlpartTri-Rail is planning a new station in Boca Raton set to open in 2018. The new station would allow for commuters to use city transport to access the nearby Boca Town Center Mall and the surrounding homes and apartments as it is planned to be built off of Military Trail near the Shops at Boca Center. Tri-Rails Boca Raton station off of Yamato Road is the busiest station with 1600 pas believe the new station will be supported with enough commuters to make the plans worthwhile. The new station being built will relieve Road by moving some commuters to public the countys busiest thoroughfares accord ing to city statistics and cannot sustain the The locations being evaluated for the site of the new station could face problems due to the lack of space for parking, causing the new station to be heavily reliant on shuttles much like the Yamato station. The city has made plans to support the station with the needed shuttles due to the high demand and support from the community for the new station. The Palm Beach Metro Planning Organization is allocating $8.5 million and the Florida Department of Transportation has more than matched that, budgeting over $10 million for the project. The over $18 million project is set to start with Tri-Rail evaluating the area for the best location over the next two years before beginning construction.Patrick Swayzes Widow has Found Love AgainBy Jason Schwartz who was married to Patrick Swayze for nearly 34 years before his death in 2009, has remarried to jeweler Albert Deprisco, the Boca Raton Tribune has learned. The Boca Raton couple swapped vows Sun day at The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, in front of more than 50 family and friends. The 57-year-old bride wore an Oscar de la Renta dress and the 58-year-old groom and slacks. was an incredible, wonderful, joyous day. friends and dated for about a year and a half before he proposed on Christmas Eve. At their reception, guests were primed to party into the night, celebrating the newlyweds with dinner and of course dancing. The couple performed a dance that DePriscos sister, Deirdre, who is a pro fessional ballroom dancer, choreographed. Albert was concerned about looking good in the dance, but he has natural rhythm, and is a great mover much more so than he was 14 and studying dance at an academy run by the Dirty Dancing stars mother, Patsy. danced with ballet companies, but I couldnt stop thinking about Lisa and I couldnt Swayze, who was 20 when he met his future bride, told the Daily Mail in 2005, noting that they were friends for a long time before they were anything else. I dont know what the key to a 30-year marriage is, the actor, who would lose his battle with pancreatic cancer four years later, said. I suppose its about keeping love alive, learning how to fall in love over and over again, not taking each other for works for us. Photo by Donna NewmanHigh-end National Mens Shoe Retailer Opens in BocaBy Jason Schwartz has opened a 1,540-square-foot store at The Shops at Boca Center, the Boca Raton Tribune has learned. based mens footwear and accessory retailer now has two of its 47 stores in Florida. The second store is in Orlando. The Shops of Boca Center is surrounded by high-income, residential neighborhoods and situated in the heart of strong daytime demographics (millions of square feet of exclusively represents Allen Edmonds throughout the United States, said in a news release. Those two site characteristics, along with very desirable co-tenancy and convenient parking (unlike a super-regional mall), have proven to be a successful formula for Allen Edmonds to best service their customers and maximize sales. The Shops at Boca Center at 5050 Town Center Circle is an upscale, mixed-use lifestyle center featuring a unique mix of premier dining and shopping. It also has a host of national and local retailers in the high fashion, specialty and professional services sectors. The addition of Allen Edmonds enhances the synergistic balance of high-end mens ing, art and service providers that makes the center so distinctive and unique, said CBRE Vice President Lisa Ferrazza who represented the landlord in the transaction. Panera Bread, Roccos Tacos & Tequila Bar, Starbucks, Sushi Ray, Tasti D-Lite, Total Paramedic Attacked While Helping Patient on SceneBy Kathryn Wohlpart paramedic who responded to The Dubliner attention. thrown up on herself prior to [police] Christopher Rucco until she agreed to be transported by the paramedics to seek medical attention. stretcher she began yelling that she did not want to go with the paramedics, threw a blood pressure cuff, and struck Ellen Beckman, a paramedic who arrived on the scene. transporting her to Boca Raton Regional to County Jail. 5 6 1 6 9 3 6 7 7 6
6 -Edition 189 June 8, through June 15, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS EDITORIAL By C. Ron AllenThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media What Would You Do?By Clay Robinson coordinating and preparing our clothes, hair, jewelry, etc. so that our appearance is acceptable and parents often interject some propriately. Your appearance can impact how people perceive you without having a you care about how you look, do you care out of the house each day dress to the nines accompanied by a poor attitude and even worse, behavior. Should the same effort we put into our appearance be put into our attia look in the mirror, attitude and behavior starts with a look into the mind. Our behavior and attitude can range from being aggressive, angry, rude or just plain thoughts or behavior it can be dangerous reaction to a persons poor or inappropri you give positive encouragement to change the behavior or do you allow the behavior close to you, perhaps a child, spouse, boss, it in allowing them to carry out their poor Many times our behavior is the result of a poor practice which no one has suggested we correct or change. It can start from childhood when those responsible for rear ing us display bad behaviors that we start to mimic or they look the other way when we exhibit bad behavior because they are of the belief that we will simply grow out of it. Behavior will only get worse with time if we allow it to continue. The person throwing a tantrum at 2 will still throw the same tan surrounded by people who are aware of our poor behavior, but no one ever suggest we change it. They just look the other way and accept the behavior as part of our personal ity or were just being funny and then they adjust and work around it. The pathway to change is acknowledging that your behavior is wrong and it needs to change, then making the effort to learn how to change it. In our lives we sometimes en gage in additive habits that require interventions to help us change and become a better person. The more we are reminded of the negative behavior; perhaps we can engage our thoughts (or interventions) to help us achieve our goal of improvement. about how we feel mentally. Sometimes we are consumed by relationship, work issues or common family problems. These things can linger without us realizing it and our reactions to external incidents can become excessive due to our internal feelings. Ive heard people say I get angry easily, or I cant stand that person. Comments such as those are preconceived and indicate that you are aware of the negative behaviors you have, its up to you to change them. Sometimes when we witness bad behavior we have the opportunity to say a few words that can change a situation from bad to change your behavior, someone who speaks Keep up with US Soccer during the World Cup at www.90minutesstrong.com Follow us @90minutesstrongPhotos by Rosa Cavalcanti
Edition 189 7for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com June 8, through June 15, 2014The Boca Raton Tribune 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. Choose Acquaintances Wisely!People are good! But people can also be tradiction, but we all know that such is the case. Its not the appearances that count but the reality that can be gradually discovered. another, without maintaining a measure of contact with others, and using every possible observation and evaluation tool available. Its not that hard to reach a reasonable, safe conclusion about other people without being judgmental or too intrusive! Its important not to approach anyone with pre-conceived ideas about that person. Even if you may dislike certain features you readily observe in that individual, spend more time with him or her the person. Always remember that people can be far better than you imagine, just as many can also be completely the opposite of what in one or another. Therefore, its only by spending some time with someone, in different settings and circumstances, that you can more readily observe and assess the character, and other essential features of a fellow humans projections! If you are to obtain a solid evaluation about anyone, attempt to read that per sons heart rather than merely depend on externalities, for the latter can be mere faades which dont reveal ones true self. Furthermore, people are usually more than what their outward shell portrays them to be. For that and other reasons, dont allow decisive factor to determine if you should pursue more interactions with that person, or even commit yourself to a permanent relationship, of one kind or another. Avoid reaching your conclusions in a distresses right away, or later on. Although you can, and should, consult others about their insights on others you wish to befriend, or simply develop a cordial, occasional relationship, dont limit yourself only to what others may report. Some people may unwisely think too much of someone who doesnt deserve that grade, while others may be jealous, resentful, or carry unwarranted personal grudges toward that person. Just move with caution, and let reason aid you via careful, lengthy observation! Ultimately, do it with utmost caution!Just Doing Our Jobs As a newspaper, it is The Boca Raton Tribunes job to report on things that happen in Boca Raton not just East do not hand select the neighborhoods we cover or draw a line through Boca Raton to separate our paper into sections cover ing different parts of the same city. All of Boca Raton is in the same boat. Breaking news that happens in one part city and are read by people who live in the city, making our news and our surveys relevant to Boca Raton. community to provide them with news. That is our job and our goal as a newspaper. plause to do our job that applause is not ours, alone, to accept anyway. Every outlet that writes news to inform the pub lic is doing a service to the community and we believe that service deserves to be recognized. This being said, we applaud local blogs who write with the agenda of utilizing their right to a free press and of helping to spread the news. The more blogs publishing news and covering their neighbor hoods, the better informed the citizens of Boca Raton are. The government system in Boca Raton, and in the United States, is reliant on informed citizens making informed deci sions. That is why news and newspapers exist. ten and posted, on news blogs and in newspapers alike, it is not to spread bad news. The stories are posted to inform the public that something is happening in their backyards. The public needs to know about the on goings in their neighborhood in order to safe guard them selves against whatever crime or string of crimes is happening in their neighbor hood. what their City Council and government made by city leaders, to inform the public of changes that will affect them, and to ensure that the people in place to do a Any focus on one subject in a blog is a sign that the intentions behind the blog are not necessarily pure. Just covering the stories that will get the blog the most hits means that the blog is trying to sell themselves or their product, not trying to inform the public of everything going on in their community. their responsibility to inform their com munities and to releasing information The Boca Raton Tribune, will continue to serve our community by writing and posting stories meant to inform you, the public, with or without fanfare. By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER
8 -Edition 189 June 8, through June 15, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS Graduates of the Youth Automotive Training Center Celebrate During 35th Commencement CeremonyTwenty-seven at-risk youth who have overcome great adversity recently became the 35th class to complete a transformative, nine-month program created by automo tive legend and JM Family Enterprises founder Jim Moran. Members of the Youth Automotive Training Centers (YATC) Class of 2014, ages 17 to 22, celebrated during a graduation ceremony with family and friends on May 22. Jim Moran established YATC in 1984 with the mission to train and educate troubled young men and women in basic automotive repair, academic remediation, job readiness and life management skills. The centers goal is to prepare the students to become This years graduates join more than 600 fellow alumni whose lives have been turned around by this innovative program, which is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. Former Miami Dolphins defensive end and YATC cates of completion to the graduates with Executive Director Terry Routley. people and their families, and this program has positively altered the course of so many of their lives, said Routley. These students know that when they graduate tonight they to stand behind them and provide support when they need us. Students are referred to YATC in a variety of ways, including through Floridas De partment of Juvenile Justice and Depart ment of Children and Families, as well as YATC graduates, local clergy and by word of mouth. Many of these young people have experienced poverty, crime, abuse and addiction even before reaching their teen years. Sixteen scholarships for continuing education were awarded at the gradua special recognition for their exceptional dedication to the program. Additionally, six of this years graduates earned their Timothy Butler, 22, received the Bruce ship Award. Established in 2009 by Jan Moran in memory of Bruce Rossmeyer, this recognition includes a full tuition scholarship to attend a technical/vocational school. Rossmeyer, founder of Bruce Daytona Toyota, was a devoted friend and generous supporter of YATC. In honor of her late husband, Sandy Rossmeyer, along with Jan Moran, presented Butler with the award. I was searching for help and discovered a place with good people to help me get on the right road, Butler said. If I hadnt found YATC, I am not sure what my life wouldnt have this much hope for my future. YATC guest speaker Ray Daley, a mem ber of YATCs Board of Directors, said something that resonated with Butler, motivated him to work hard, successfully Butler hopes to become a master underwater welder and business owner. Other stand-out award recipients include: with the Jump Start Award for excellence in automotive knowledge and repairs. with the Turnabout Award for making Attendance Award for demonstrating a commitment to completing the program. The Jim Moran Award is presented each year to a community partner who has dedi cated his/her time to supporting YATCs mission. Longtime advocate and Advisory years of experience as a psychologist, thera pist and life coach, Dr. Penzer is an annual guest speaker who provides YATC students with life management skills training, includ ing counseling on careers, substance abuse and healthcare. Three psychologists from his Plantation-based practice offer their services and expertise by working oneon-one with the students throughout the school year. Youth Automotive Training Center Class of 2014See more photos on page B5
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10 -Edition 189 June 8, through June 15, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton Juror Arrested for Facebook PostingBy Fred HamiltonA Boca Raton man was hauled out of court in handcuffs and faces contempt charges for posting comments on Facebook and lying about it while serving as a juror. juror in Palm Beach County to face up to six months in jail for disobeying a judges blanket and repeated order to refrain from using the Internet to broadcast his views on a civil case he was deciding. Sheriffs deputies hauled Sutton from the courtroom in handcuffs on May 20 after one of the attorneys involved in the case discovered his Facebook rants and showed them to Circuit Judge Jack Cox. Sutton lied when questioned under oath about whether he had posted comments about the trial on Facebook, Cox wrote in his order. the trial continued. But the judge ordered Sutton to remove the comments from his Facebook page and return to court on June 20 to explain why he should not be held in contempt of court. The comments on the page were not made public and the attorney declined to share it. In addition to expressing general disdain comments about the case itself, Smith reportedly said. The comments made it clear that he couldnt be and never was fair and impartial. Smith ultimately won $3,929 for a woman who was injured in a 2010 car crash. There are other culprits who could experi other jurors engaged in similar activity dur ing another case. Peoples compulsion to use social media while serving on juries has raised concerns of lawyers and judges nationwide. The rapid growth of social media and onin the courtroom, particularly concerning jurors. Juror misconduct online have trig gered mistrials and new trials as a result of inappropriate social media activity during trials. A few jurors have even faced charges of contempt of court for their posts and activities on Facebook or Twitter during trials. In April 2013, a judge in Oregon ordered a 26-year-old Oregon man serving as a juror in an armed-robbery case jailed for two days after he was caught texting during the trial. As prosecutors played a video-taped interview with the defendant, Judge Den noticing a light glow around juror Benjamin ously instructed jurors to pay attention and not to use mobile phones, immediately halt ed the proceeding and ordered everybody The duty to serve as a juror must be taken very seriously. Every juror has the responsibility to devote his entire attention to the witnesses and evidence being presented, the judge said in a statement. In this case, and failed to honor the direction of this court. My hope is that he will use his time According to a Reuters Legal article, the rate of jurors tweeting or posting com ments on social media sites during trials is astoundingly high.Toddler Pulled from PoolBy Jason SchwartzAn 18-month old child was pulled from a backyard pool west of the city after falling in, Palm Beach Boca Medical center for treatment, call of a possible drowning around 7:15 a.m. in the 18000 block of Blue Road and west of State Road 7 in suburban Boca Raton. relatives who pulled the child from the bottom of the pool. The toddler was awake and crying as he was taken to the hospital. Arrest for Loitering Near Abandoned Stolen VehicleBy Kathryn WohlpartOn May 28, Dartavious Fowler was arrested for loitering or prowl observed him in the vicinity of a vacated stolen vehicle. Toyota Camry with a single occupant that matched the description of a reported stolen vehicle making a U-turn. The Boca Raton Police Department started to prepare for a felony stop when the driver acceler through a stop sign and a red light and making a turn. Carney reported that he lost the car at that point and passed along a description of the advised he located the vehicle unoccupied with the engine running[and] that prior to locating the vehicle he observed a [male] report. Carney drove to the reported location and and made contact with him for a pedestrian violation. his hands in the air, sweated profusely, Fowler where he had come from and he stated that his girlfriend, Aquilla, had ham had stopped him. Fowler spontaneously uttered, you didnt see me coming from no stolen car and re to contact Fowlers girlfriend and reached Aquilla had left an hour ago, alone, to get something to eat. and traced Fowlers scent from the aban stopped him. Fowler was then arrested and brought into the police station for question ing where he requested legal council. Arrest for DUI with Property Damage after Hit and RunBy Kathryn WohlpartDavid Marinelli was arrested after a police investigation revealed that he hit a sign and a parked car before driving off while under Marinelli was found unconscious behind the wheel of his Mercedes on June 1 and had been struck by another car on I-95 but had no proof. from to report a hit and run. Stingle report ed that a car had driven across his property and hit a pedestrian sign before hitting a truck that was parked on his property. The police noted that the car that had per formed the hit and run had left parts at the scene and traced the headlight part number followed an oil slick around to a parking lot where they located Marinelli behind the wheel of his damaged Mercedes. placed Marinelli under arrest for DUI with property damage and leaving the scene of an accident. Crawford located a multicolored glass pipe in Marinellis car, which later tested positive for marijuana. A prescription bottle with approximately 1.3 grams of marijuana was also found on Marinellis person and he was additionally charged with possession of marijuana under 20 grams and two counts of possession paraphernalia. Marinelli was then transported to the Boca Raton Police Department where his breath alcohol was recorded as .172 and .171.
Edition 189 11for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com June 8, through June 15, 2014 for news 24/7 go to delraybeachtribune.com Area Students Take Bus Ride of a Lifetime to Learn Coding from Top Technology LeadersBy CRA News ServiceMore than 100 South Florida students will take the technology ride of their lives when traveling from June 28-July 3. The children will participate in the 20th Technology Village, an interactive area fea turing hands-on activities, tech-based youth organization presentations, panel discus sions, social media contests and more. They Billed as the Tech Innovation Bus Ride, Broward and Palm Beach county students will learn basic coding, mobile app building and the basics of tech-entrepreneurship from about 200 of the tech industrys brightest developers, designers, investors, The buses also will stop in four major Southern cities: Atlanta, Birmingham, Al., Memphis, and Jackson, Miss., where local students will board the Brilliant Bus to learn coding. At those stops, the South Florida students will tour African-American cultural (Jackson, Miss). This is the opportu nity of a lifetime, says Estella Pyfrom, a retired Palm Beach educator who used her retire ment money to design and had a bus built with computers for lowopportunity children Essence invited me to come to their music festival, I said I have to bring some children. technological youth organizations. Their goal is to begin the process of closing the digital divide. founder of the Silicon-Valley-based Startup Edutech. This is more than a partnership. This may be one of the most important technological motivating tools for a sector of African American students who continuously are written off. The students, ages 10 and up, were selected by Brilliant Bus partnership organizations. For the bus ride students, activities will cul and Tech Village, held from July 4-6, at the major dollars to make this the best trip for the students, says Pyfrom. It takes a lot a lot of meals to feed 100-plus children and chaperons and to house them all, she says. The returns on this investment are unlimited. To support the trip or learn more, contact 561-665-0151 or visit www.estellasbrilliant bus.org. Former Delray Ocer Sentenced to 6 Months in Perjury Case By CRA News ServiceA judge sentenced former Delray Beach months behind bars this week after he accepted a plea on perjury charges concern2011. Chin, 37, pleaded guilty before Circuit proceeding. Rosenberg said she would allow him to serve the punishment on house ar Considering the fact that he is not going to jail, I believe it was a fair resolution, Chins defense attorney Michael Salnick reportedly said. informant, telling her she was pretty and asking her out on movie and dinner dates, according to his August 2012 arrest report. Chin in June 2011 charged Jerue with traf Chin lied about that relationship during a deposition, and lied about how much information she provided, investigators said. Authorities say those lies were used to build a case against a drug suspect. The series of alleged lies was designed to conceal his relationship with the woman, which was documented by text messages, according to investigators. dropped, according to court records. The 20 cases in September 2012 that involved Prosecutors also tossed out drug charges resulting from arrests of suspects from 2010 to 2012 because of the tainted con nection with Chin. As part of that investigation, Chin and An internal investigation later cleared pursued a woman in his role as a police Prosecutor Marci Rex said Chin will lose City Celebrates Summer Learning DayBy Rosanne Dechicchio The City of Delray Beachs Campaign for public to participate in Summer Learning Day, a national advocacy effort dedicated to promoting the importance of summer learning and reading for our youth. ing Association, our City will join com munities across the country in proclaiming June 20, 2014 as Summer Learning Day. Research shows that children from low income households are more susceptible to lose valuable learning/reading skills than their middle income peers if these skills are not applied during the summer months. Recognizing the severity of this problem, the City partners with other organizations to stem summer reading loss by providing home library books and quality literacy programs. volvement with initiatives like Delray Reads Day, said Janet Meeks, education coordinator for the City of Delray Beach. Through generous donations, the Campaign for to 665 children attending a Title 1 school so they will have reading materials over the summer. This equates to 3,325 books which is impressive for a grassroots effort! In addition, the Citys Parks and Recreation Department has introduced academic initia tives in their out-of-school camp curricuReading, to promote reading achievement. In celebration of Summer Learning Day, local camps will participate in this years theme Pirates. Children will experience a day of fun and innovative programs on June 20 featuring games, interactive reading activities and storytelling. For more information, contact Janet Meeks at 561-243-7231 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Woman Arrested After Stealing $1,116.85 Worth of Merchandise From StoreBy Jason SchwartzA 40-year-old Delray Beach woman was arrested after trying to leave a Target store with $1,116.85 worth of merchandise, police said. Police charged Domitila Reyes with grand theft, according to the arrest report. Reyes, who only had $8 in her possession, went to the store at 1200 Linton Blvd., shopped for two hours then tried to leave the store without paying, police said. Among the items in her cart were clothing, jewelry and paper towels, the report said. A store employee detained her until police arrived on scene.
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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 1891Section B June 8, through June 15, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B June 8, through June 15, 2014 A Profoundly Creepy German DoctorENTERTAINMENT See page B3Palm Beach County Veterans Committee 7th Annual Memorial Day CeremonyFor the past seven years, a group of local veterans and community activists known as The Palm Beach County Veterans Committee have sponsored a Memorial Day tions veterans who lost their lives in service to our country. Over 2,500 attended to honor and remem ber our nations fallen heroes at this years 7th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony at the day, May 26, 2014. The ceremony was a true tribute to those who lost their lives while in service to the United States of America. The program began with bugler Armando Cedeno who played Reveille and Master 25 of the Vietnam Veterans of America. The program also included an opening procession by Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Pipe and Drum Band, multiple tation of the colors, Pledge of Allegiance led by Battle of the Bulge Army Veteran Bill Arcuri, Agent Orange Balloon Release, Brian Mast, wreath presentation by Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans, and Echo Taps by Tomas Becerra, Roberto Morgan and Armando Cedeno of the 1st Panamanian Drum & Bugle Corps of Miami The following also participated in the program: Dignitaries US Congressman Ted Deutch, US Congresswoman Lois Frankel, State Representative Mark Pafford, County Vice Mayor Ellen Andel; Seminole Ridge Palm Beach County Fire Rescue, 11th Dis trict American Palm Beach Civil Air Patrol, Lantana Civil Sea Cadet Corps, Young Marines of the Palm Beaches; Palm Beach County Fire talion; Children of the American RevoluLocal Veterans organizations that were on site with information for veterans included Paws 4 Liberty, Palm Beach Vet Center, Affairs Medical Center and Community Based Outpatient Clinic, Southeast Florida Opportunities. Single roses were generously donated by Passion Flowers and The Blos som Shoppe for attendees to place on the graves of veterans. In addition to all of the individuals and organizations mentioned previously thanks go to the following who contributed to this years Memorial Day Ceremony Cheney Brothers Inc., Custom Lawn Service, Faith Schmidt. The Palm Beach County Veterans Committee receives no grants or loans from any government agencies and relies entirely on private donations to pay the expenses associated with their events. Donations are fully tax deductible as the Committee has established a relationship with the Friends of Veterans, Inc. which is a Florida not-foris tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. If you would like to make a donation, please visit http:// pbcveteranscommittee.org or contact Friends of Veterans, Inc. Treasurer Aaron Augustus at (561) 844-2004. Jerry Klein, Vietnam Veterans of America. His awards include the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Combat Infantryman Badge, and the Air Medal More photos on page B4 Photo by Janis Bucher
June 8, through June 15, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 189 Section B rf n t b bb High School Theater Students Take Home Cappies Awards at12th Annual Award Ceremony lic and private schools throughout Broward and Palm Beach counties took home awards held on May 19 in the Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. each for the musicals Bye, Bye Birdie and most honored play. Award winners were determined by votes from the students themselves through a weighted peerreview voting process. The awards ceremony was presented with support from the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, which has hosted the event since the South Florida chapter of the Critics and Awards Program (Cappies for short) was founded in 2002 as a part of the high school theater programs. The Broward Center for the Performing Arts is located in the Riverwalk Arts & Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. ADT Security Visitors Bureau, Paramount Coffee Ser Airways and Sun Sentinel are proud sponsors of the Broward Center. Boca Raton Community Performance 42nd Street Presenter Amy Miller Brennan with Lydia Castillo, Winner Best Female Vocalist Presenter Danielle Roeder with Sean Javaherian, Winner Best Male Dancer Presenter David Cohn with Nick Anarumo, Winner Best Supporting Actor in a Musical Presenter Shane Tanner with Kyle Laing, Winner Best Male Vocalist West Boca performance Photo by Ian Ibbetson
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 189B3Section B June 8, through June 15, 2014 Entertainment Skip Sheffield Fitness Life Randy Fine A Profoundly Creepy German Doctor ever seen, yet it is not set in Europe or even Death who carried out dangerous, painful and often fatal experiments on living huchief medical doctor. directed by Lucia Puenzo and based on 1960. A stranger approaches a family out in the wilderness of Patagonia and asks if he could follow their car to his destination, as he is unfamiliar with the area. despite the misgivings of her husband Enzo (Diego Peretti). The couple has a lovely 12-year-old daughter named Lilith (Florencia Bado), who looks much younger than her age. says Lilith in the opening voiceover, except for height. The family is bound for a lakeside resort, which they intend to re-open and operate. guest. becomes uncomfortably close to Lilith, who is ridiculed at school for being a midget. can alter Lilith genetically to make her grow larger and stronger. There are adverse side effects however, and when Eva becomes pregnant with twins (a particular fascination of Mengeles), events make an even more sinister turn. man Doctor is that Mengele eluded cap ture by Israels Mossad, and went on to live Three and a half stars Locke a One-Man Show demption) wrote and directs this one-man drama about a British contractor whose life in unraveling as he speeds toward a hospital where a woman is about ready to give birth. The woman is not Ivan Lockes wife but the unborn child is his. That is problem number one. Problem number two is the fact the biggest delivery of concrete in the history of Europe is scheduled for the morning at Lockes construction site. Locke had promised to be there and personally supervise the pour there. There are other problems arising in this otherwise responsible adult who has made some really poor choices. Locke is best admired as a feat of acting daring-do. It is not really a movie to be liked. The Faster You Eat the More Weight You Gain pressure on nerves in the wall of the stom ach. These nerves send a signal to your brain that says you are full and you stop eating. The faster you eat the more you can get down before the signal is sent thus stretching it. If you eat more, before or after this signal is sent, than you stretch your stomach, the increase in the food you are eating. You will feel a bit uncomfortable, literally stuffed, but you will be able to eat more will you be able to, you will need to in order to avoid that uncomfortable feeling of not eating enough. The hunger you feel is your bodys way of getting you to keep looking for food as it wants to get as much as it can, when it can. This is what your body wants, as it does not know how much food is available and for how long. After a hurricane for instants, the power goes out and everything in your fridge spoils in a day. Your body can handle this for a while as it can burn fat and break down your muscle to rebuild your organs. food from one location to another quickly. Your body can go a very long time with what would be considered normal body weight, so that will not pass as a reason to gain weight. Sorry. So slow down at meals and let the signal stop you from eating. Discover the AFFORDABLE solution for your stairs. Over 300,000 already have! Our Acorn Stairlift has made such an amazing difference in our lives. I wish we had called sooner!Cheryl W. LIMITED TIME OFFER! $250 OFF*PURCHASE OF A NEW STAIRLIFT!EXPIRES May 31, 2014*Not valid on previous purchases. Not valid with any other offers or discounts. Not valid on refurbished models. Only valid towards purchase of a NEW Acorn Stairlift directly from the manufacturer. $250 discount will be applied to new orders placed before May 31, 2014. Please mention this ad when calling. We are local and in your neighborhood! Call today! CALL THE STAIRLIFT EXPERTS TOLL-FREE NOW FOR YOUR FREE INFORMATION KIT AND DVD! 1-800-691-3065 Helping people stay safe in their homes for over 20 yearsThe WORLD LEADER in stairlifts The MOST TRUSTED name in the industry BUY DIRECT from the manufacturer Works on ALL TYPES of staircases
June 8, through June 15, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 189 Section B S P O T L I G H T Palm Beach County Veterans Committee 7th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony Dave Knapp, Vietnam Veterans of America, Joe Green. Korean War Veteran and Lawrence Chayt, Jewish War Veteran Chaplain & Navy Commander Kim House, VA Medical Center and George Fisher, Battle of the Bulge-Army Featured Speaker U.S. Army Sgt. Brian Mast, seriously injured in an Afghanistan blast Bill Arcuri, Air Force, Vietmam Ex-POW and Jane Lignore, in charge of the POW MIA Remembrance Ceremony Staff Sergeant Brian Mast, Army Featured Speaker for 2014 Memorial Day Ceremony at the South Florida National Cemetery Paul M. Russo, Director, VA Medical Center, Miami with Kirk Leopard, Director of the South Florida National Cemetery Mike Nuckles, Roland Potter and George Mc Ewan Maxwell Nelson, Charleen R. Szabo, FACHE Director, VA Medical Center, WPB and Jerry Klein, Vietnam Veterans of America Ray Concepcion, Vietnam Veteran-Air Force given flowers from Ashley Weil of Passion Growers Staff Sergeant Brian Mast, Army and Roy Foster, a CNN HERO Featured Speaker U.S. Army Sgt. Brian Mast, seriously injured in an Afghanistan blast Photos by Janis Bucher Gallery 22I n t e r n a t i o n a l 320 Esplanade, Stor e 53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432 T el: 561 347 1677www .yaacovheller .com Exterior/ Interior Commisions Corporate/ Private Installations SculptureBronzeLuciteGlassSilver PaintingJewelryGifts & much more Patriotic Flyover Boeing Stearman it served as the primary trainer for the USAAF, the USN and with the RCAF during World War II
www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 189B5Section B June 8, through June 15, 2014 S P O T L I G H T rfrntrbrrtrf nntbfbnnbbff ffbffn fbfnbf bfbbbbb tffbbb bfnfb tfnfft fbfftfbnf bffnb rf ntb rfnntfbrrfntbft rnrfnnr fnrn The Crown Prince of Iran Speaks at the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club Meeting Photos by Jeffrey Tholl Barry Epstein & Reza Pahlavi Jeffrey Tholl & Reza Pahlavi Alvin Lloyd Brown, Dr. Sherrie Raz, Reza Pahlavi, David Goldstein, Arlene Herson & Michael Salit, M.D.Graduates of the Youth Automotive Training Center Celebrate During 35th Commencement Ceremony Youth Automotive Training Center graduate Timothy Butler (second from right) was presented with the 2014 Bruce Rossmeyer Memorial Kick Start Scholarship Award by (from left) Larry McGinnes, YATC board president; Jan Moran; Sandy Rossmeyer; and Terry Routley, YATC executive director Dr. William Penzer (center) received the 2014 Jim Moran Award for his longtime commitment to Youth Automotive Training Centers students and graduates from Terry Routley (left), YATC executive director, and Larry McGinnes (right), YATC board president During the Youth Automotive Training Center graduation ceremony, former Miami Dolphins defensive end and friend of YATC Jeff Cross (left) helped YATC Executive Director Terry Routley (right) present certificates of completion to Isac Espiricueta (center) and his fellow graduates Youth Automotive Training Center Executive Director Terry Routley (far right) presented special awards to graduates (from left) Roel Edwards (Outstanding Attendance Award), Timothy Butler (Bruce Rossmeyer Memorial Kick Start Scholarship Award), Dondrea Grant (Outstanding Attendance Award), Jarad Boykins (Jump Start Award) and Brian Garvey (Turnabout Award)
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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 email@example.com. Nelson Searcy is the lead pastor of The Journey Church in Boca Raton. The 3 year old church meets at Boca Raton Community High School (I-95 and Glades Rd) each Sunday at 10:30am. For more, visit www.BocaJourney.com. He is the author of 11 books and served for ten years as a pastor in New York City before moving to South Florida. Each person who visits The Journey Church this Summer will receive a free copy of his latest book Unshakable: Standing Strong When Things Go Wrong, on which this article is based. Guns and More GunsThis noon I learned that I had lost two friendly acquaintances, Shari Bellingham and Scott Edgerton. I had wife, Bonnie, and Shari were in a book club for over ten years. Scott had run the Center for Counseling on Boca Rio Road for many years, but had her and then shot himself. By the time you read this you will have read it before, or seen it on TV. So you might One would think that a man who had a long and successful career administering a Center for Counseling might have taken himself to one of many psychologists which he must have worked with or known. One would think that a man who had a long and successful career administering a Center for Counseling might have taken himself to one of many divorce lawyers which he must have known to look for a better answer than the one he came up with, a gun. in the United States have been about 8,400 a year. Of that number about 66%, 5,544 were suicides. Apparently misery loves company, the company of a pistol, the suicide weapon of choice. The likelihood of having to defend your home with a pistol or long gun against a stranger, wherever you live, is far less than the risk of you using your own gun to kill your wife or husband and then yourself. So far nothing is known of Scotts motives, none of which could have possibly bad enough if he had killed himself. The problem is at the moment of decision this nice little man from Boca Raton was out of his mind. And the gunthe beautiful gun he had bought to protect his beautiful home and his beautiful wife, the gun he had bought when he thought he was sane became more important to him than his life and more important to him than his wife Sharis life. Do not allow that to happen to you. Leading With Love: A Fathers Day ChallengeFatherhood is synonymous with responsi bility. As fathers, we have a responsibility to put a roof over our childrens heads and food on the table; we have a responsibility to be an example of strong character and wise living. But perhaps most importantly and sometimes most neglected we have a responsibility to show our children what it means to love well. As you and I walk our children into adulthood, they will fare much better if they see us leading with mass doses Love God You are called to take on the role of spiritual leadership in your home, something that cannot be achieved without continually will supply you with the strength and wis dom you need to be the best earthly father you can be. Love Your WifeAs science and scripture both support, a strong parental relationship is one of the most important pieces in a childs healthy development. Children who see a loving relationship between their mother and father grow up with a greater sense of security and self-esteem, and create healthier adult relationships themselves. If you want to give your kids the best chance at success in life, love their mother well.Love Your Kids Deep, unconditional love is the greatest gift love you is important, actions speak much louder than words especially to little ears. Show your kids you love them by being an engaged, consistent presence in their lives. Spend time doing the things they like to do; listen when they talk; put work aside, look them in the eyes and let them know that they are important to you. That kind of active love leaves a lasting impact. You may have the highest education, the biggest paycheck and the most evolved parenting techniques in town, but when it comes to being a good dad, those things dont mean much unless you also have love. Real love submits its position and author ity to the best interests of others, as Jesus modeled when he laid down his life for our betterment. As you and I choose to do the same in small ways every day, we will be able to begin leading our families to their of the Father at every turn. Celebrate Fathers Day by joining us at The Journey Church Boca Raton on Sunday, June 15 at 10:30am at Boca Raton we would love to have you come early for a free Fathers Day breakfast with special Basketball Coach, recently retired from FAU. For more information, see our ad in this edition or go to www.bocajourney.com.
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Edition 189 21for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com June 8, through June 15, 2014Real EstateThe Boca Raton Tribune By Joshua CarlsonJoshua Carlson has been a Real Estate Professional/Broker-Agent in the state of Florida for 14 years. He has a passion for educating his clients and walking them through the home buying/selling process. If you have any real estate related questions or topics you would like to hear about, he can be contacted at 561-929-8874 or JoshCarlson.RealEstate@gmail.com HOMES INSIDE AND OUT Appraised Value vs. Assessed Value: Whats the Dierence?Is the Appraised value the same as the common question that many people get confused about and think these words mean the same thing. The answer is very values are not the same. People often get these terms confused bers which establish an amount or value to a property. Lets look at the difference between the two APPRAISED VALUE: Appraised value, also known as market value, is usually done to determine the institution orders an appraisal to be con an independent 3rd party. The appraiser is not associated with the Buyer or Seller of the property. ASSESSED VALUE: Assessed values are used to determine the Tax Basis of the property for collecting the appropriate taxes to meet the annual budget set by the taxing authority of the should pay for the home. Also, an asses sor may not be a licensed appraiser and may not have seen the property to value the condition of it. A lot of the assessors information is based on public record and value of each property as of January 1 homestead Properties and arrives at the assessed value. A Simple easy to understand formula is: Assessed Value = January 1st Market As you can see the properties ASSESSED VALUE and APPRAISED VALUE have 2 different purposes, one for tax purposes and the other for people interested in buying and selling of a home. For more information about a properties assessed value you can visit: http://www. Stay tuned for more tips and important and Out
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Edition 189 23for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com June 8, through June 15, 2014 BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org 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 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org 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.orgRevival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org HOMES SOLD IN BOCA RATON SOLD BETWEEN 5/26/2014 TO 6/01/2014 Subdivision Address Sold Date Price CENTURY VILLAGE 317 Mansfield H 5/29/2014 CENTURY VILLAGE 454 Mansfield K 5/28/2014 Century Village 118 Preston C 5/30/2014 Century Village 189 Suffolk E 189 5/29/2014 Century Village 104 Preston C 5/30/2014 CENTURY VILLAGE 4054 Cornwall C 5/30/2014 Lincoln At Century Vlg Condo 3052 Lincoln C 5/27/2014 SANDALFOOT BLVD APTS COND 9851 Sandalfoot Boulevard 203 5/30/2014 Tierra Del Sol Cond 250 NE 20th Street 115 5/30/2014 BARWOOD 23305 Barwood Lane N 302 5/27/2014 Isle Of Sandalfoot Cond 9273 SW 8th Street 102 5/30/2014 CAMINO NORTH COND 220 SW 7 Street 8 5/29/2014 Century Village 2084 Wolverton E 2084 5/29/2014 Boca Palms 22052 Palms Way Apt. 104 5/30/2014 Quail Hollow/Boca West 19741 Boca West Drive 4132 5/27/2014 Boca Terrace 842 SW 9th Street Circle 202 5/27/2014 Windwood 321 Norwood Te N225 5/27/2014 Plum at Boca Pointe 6574 Via Regina 5/27/2014 Boca Walk 6451 Boca Circle 5/29/2014 Boca Terrace 892 SW 9 Street Circle 3 5/29/2014 Pointe South 1401 S Federal Hwy Hwy 102 5/28/2014 Patios of Boca Barwood 9260 SW 14 Street 2302 5/28/2014 BOCA WALK 6355 Walk Circle 5/27/2014 Rainberry Park 2 9660 Sunny Isle Circle 5/29/2014 Glens Condo 6420 Boca Del Mar Drive 406 5/29/2014 Lake Windwood 3150 Leewood Terrace L124 5/30/2014 Provence 6040 Verde Trail S 302 5/28/2014 Whitehall 6121 Balboa Circle 405 5/27/2014 Spanish Isles Ii 18414 Alydar Way 5/29/2014 San Remo Cond 2871 N Ocean Boulevard R642 5/30/2014 Mission Bay 2 10352 Mateo Court 5/28/2014 Spanish Isles 9961 Spanish Isles Drive 5/29/2014 VILLA SAN REMO 8254 Via Bella 5/29/2014 Coral Lake 9398 Boca River Circle 5/30/2014 Greens At Boca Golf And Tennis Club 17088 Boca Club Boulevard 2 5/29/2014 Fairfield 5116 Pointe Emerald Lane 5116 5/30/2014 Country Landing 21569 Woodstream Terrace 5/29/2014 Coronado at Boca Raton 22715 Camino Del Mar 54 5/30/2014 Oak Run Of Arvida Country Club 2459 NW 63rd Street 5/30/2014 University Park Country Club Ests 122 Sea Island Lane 5/29/2014 San Remo Condo 2871 N Ocean Boulevard C513 5/30/2014 Vistazo At Boca Raton 615 NW 38th Circle 40 5/29/2014 Boca Woods Country Club Ph 3A 10960 Boca Woods Lane 5/29/2014 WINFIELD PARK UNIT 2 2251 NE 5 Av 5/28/2014 CLUBSIDE POINTE 2491 NW 59th Street Apt 1002 5/30/2014 Tiffany Trace 17530 Tiffany Trace Drive 5/30/2014 ROYAL OAK HILLS 425 SW 7th Avenue 5/27/2014 HIDDEN VALLEY 450 Oregon 5/29/2014 BAY WINDS 4 22437 Sea Bass Drive 5/30/2014 Wimbledon 21710 Cromwell Circle 5/29/2014 Lake Wyman Shores 550 NE 17th Street 5/28/2014 Bocaire 17535 Bocaire Way 5/28/2014 Yacht And Racquet Club Of Boca Raton 2707 N Ocean Boulevard D601 5/30/2014 LAGUNA 10516 Mendocino Lane 5/29/2014 Millpond 2428 NW 35th Street 5/29/2014 Whitehall South 2800 S Ocean Boulevard 12 D 5/28/2014 Parkside 987 Parkside Circle N 5/30/2014 Woodfield Hunt Club 3245 Saint James Drive 5/29/2014 PLACIDE 1800 S Ocean Boulevard 6 B 5/30/2014 Planters Point 19488 Planters Point Drive 5/29/2014 Old Floresta 244 Cardinal Avenue 5/27/2014 Boca Islands 1151 SW 4th Court 5/29/2014 ADDISON 1500 S Ocean Boulevard 404 5/30/2014 Old Floresta 761 Aurelia Street 5/29/2014 Parkside 1360 SW 21st Avenue 5/27/2014 St Andrews Country Club 17064 Castlebay Court 5/28/2014 Townsend Place 500 SE Mizner Boulevard A 705 5/30/2014 ST ANDREWS COUNTRY CLUB 6844 QUEENFERRY 5/30/2014 Vistazo 3608 NW 5th Terrace 5/27/2014 Royal Palm 2350 Cherry Palm Road 5/30/2014 LUXURIA 2500 S Ocean Boulevard 301 5/30/2014 2014 MLS and FBS. Prepared by Joshua A Carlson, Carlson Realty Team, Inc. 561 929 8874 Last week, Julie called on my way home, to ask me to stop at the supermarket. It was turning out to be a really nice day and we wanted to cook some steak on the grill. Usually, when the nicer weather arrives we grill more often, but maybe not this year. When I got to the cooler at the supermarket, I looked quickly at the prices for a package of steak and thought the butcher made a mistake pricing them. So I asked the butcher if they were priced correctly. He nodded his head yes and said that prices for meat have risen over 20% in a year. Hmm. This cant be! I had just read the latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) two hours before getting to the grocery store. The BLS is the governmental agency that publishes the Consumer Price Index (CPI) report. Those folks stated in their report that inflation is at 1.5 percent for the year. So, there must be a problem with the calculation, right? Oh, there is... it is the way they calculate the number. Theres no question that beef prices have shot up dramatically in the past year. Price increases are driven by disease, drought, and demand. Those three factors together have resulted in significant price increases for meat. While you and I see this hitting our budgets, it is not clearly shown in the inflation numbers because Uncle Sam has decided we do not buy enough beef for it to matter. Hmm. Tell that to the folks who are retired and on a fixed income. Or to families like mine who spend almost $1,000 a month on groceries. So, here is my beef with this situation. The CPI calculation assumes that only 0.51 percent of the average American household budget is spent on food. This is where the problems begin. One of the functions of the BLS is to determine how our costs change every month across a broad category of spending. However, because they do not weigh different items of spending appropriately in their calculation of the CPI, it is meaningless. I would like to see a measure of inflation that shows us how our daily lives are actually affected, which means weighing items like food and energy more than other items. We all eat; me sometimes too much. Most of us also drive cars and heat our homes. So, I would venture to say that most Americans spend a fair amount of their budgets on both food and fuel. Therefore, these items, food and fuel, would seem to me a logical measure of inflation. But the BLS also tracks, and includes in CPI, other items such as TVs, lamps, appliances, and even clocks, to name just a few. It adds price changes in all of these categories to the mix when trying to determine how our daily cost of living has changed. Lucky for us, each of these items has fallen in price over the last 12 months. According to the BLS, appliances make up 0.289 percent of spending, and have fallen 3.3% in price over the last year. Clocks, lamps, and decor items comprise 0.26 percent of spending and have fallen 7 percent, while TVs, which make up 0.159 percent of spending, have dropped more than 12%. That all sounds great, however, the problem is that each of these categories represents discretionary spending that can be put off until another day, if we want them at all. You see my problem here? Even if I do not eat steak, food items clearly represent a greater portion of my spending than TVs. But they are lumped together when calculating the cost of our living. I wouldnt care if the CPI was just another set of meaningless numbers released by another faceless government agency, but its not. This number is used to determine cost of living adjustments for Social Security, wage adjustments and other fixed income benefit plans. If the CPI understates the increasing cost of food because the same statistic also includes the change in the price of TVs, well then, we have a problem. Even if someone bought a TV last year, and got a heck of a deal, that doesnt do the rest of us any good. Last I checked, I cannot use my A1 sauce on my TV. Heres a thought. Wouldnt it be better to use inflation statistics that track different areas of life; perhaps discretionary items like TVs versus non discretionary items like food and energy? How about monthly purchases versus those purchased once a year, or contracted payments (cars and rent) compared to variable payments. Now that would be helpful! Nope. The BLS went down this road many years ago. They began computing the CPI E, which was an index meant to track the cost changes for items that retirees typically buy. The BLS stopped doing this. Probably because showing that retirees were getting hammered would have led to demand for greater cost of living adjustments in Social Security payments. Instead, the uninformed are left with Uncle Sam telling them everything is wonderful in Mayberry and inflation is historically low. Not you, Richard's Weekly readers, you now know this combination of categories and numbers that are all boiled down to one figure which tells us just about nothing. Discover how inflation will affect your retirement plans. Will you have enough money when you retire to live the lifestyle you've come to enjoy? What is the real cost of retirement? About The Author: Richard Ehrlich is an independent Financial Retirement Professional and Investment Advisor. Richard has been featured as a financial expert in Bloomberg Business Week, Newsweek, Time Magazine, Fox Business News, and writes a weekly financial column available at RichardsWeekly.com Richard Ehrlich, CLU, ChFC, CFS ( www.SecureWPG.com ) is the managing partner of The Secure Wealth Planning Group which is committed to improving lives, one retiree at a time through Low Risk, Low Volatility, Secure Wealth Planning. The content is developed from sources believed to be providing accurate information. The information in this material is not intended as tax or legal advice. It may not be used for the purpose of avoiding any federal tax penalties. Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation. This material was developed and produced by Radical Promoting and their editorial staff based on the original articles written by Jeff Cutter in the Falmouth Enterprise. 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24 -Edition 189 June 8, through June 15, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Another Broken Egg Caf Hatches in Boca Raton with Events to Raise Money for Three Local Nonprots Sklar Furnishings Recognized As Small Business Leaders Of The YearBy Boca Raton Chamber Of CommerceContemporary furniture industry lead co-owners of Sklar Furnishings, were presented the coveted 2014 Small Busi ness Leaders of the Year Award by the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce at the organizations annual awards luncheon at the Boca Raton Resort & Club with more than 500 business, civic, and community stakeholders in attendance. According to Boca Chamber CEO & and their achievements represent all that is business mission critical for success, serving as inspiring role models of innovation and best practices supported by stalwart community-conscious, eco-friendly business leadership. From their stewardship of Sklars 22,000-square-foot contemporary design center into the only one of its kind of credentialed home and planners, collaborating with hundreds of custom vendors and suppliers from around the globe to their robust industry leadership roles, longstanding commitment to community and sustain able live/work philoso phy, they set the standard extremely high for others who work, live, and play in Boca Raton and Palm Beach County. plauded for their year round efforts to help drive the message of building a greater eco-community as industry leaders in green advocacy who seek and forge furniture alliances around the globe with designers and manufacturers that share its strong commitment to the environment. As members of the Sustainable Furnishgreat pride in collaborating with a variety of custom furniture lines that are invested, as they are, in heavily reducing the environ mental impact of its operations and use of the obvious best practices, Sklar Furnishings partners in creating forests via the to one of Floridas four natural forests for each purchase of a wood product. sociation that champions the independent home furnishings retailer -the nations the needs and interests of home furnishings retailers, with more than 1,800 members representing more than 7,000 storefronts across all 50 states and several foreign countries. Since Sklar Furnishings opened its doors by the entrepreneurial husband and wife had a long, strong community presence and engagement, including a partnership with decent, and affordable housing for lowincome families. Sklar donates thousands of dollars in merchandise to the organization that in turn is sold in ReStores, thus being support escalated to underwriting the con home that was completed and dedicated in include Florence Fuller Child Development Centers, Junior League of Boca Raton and Rotary International. (From Left) Pat Howard, Bruce and Rick Howard Continue from page 1Those wishing to support the Boca Raton pre-opening events must call 561-405-6940 for reservations as seating is limited. Events are as follows: Thursday, June 5th (9 AM-11 AM) family support and resource organization serving 350 families and dedicated to mak ing the future brighter for individuals with Down Syndrome and other disabilities in Palm Beach County, Florida. For more information please visit www.goldcoastdownsyndrome.org Friday, June 6th (10 AM-1 PM) giving Youth (AACY) which recognizes, supports, and promotes the awareness of dual role youth that are both students and caregivers within their families. AACY strives to raise awareness through educa tion, research and direct services in coop eration with social, education, healthcare, government and community corporations, organizations and agencies. For more information please visit www.aacy.org Saturday, June 7th (9 AM-1 PM) will support Dezzys Second Chance Animal Rescue which provides homeless dogs and cats in Palm Beach and Broward Coun home. Located on the Boca Raton, Delray Beach border, Dezzys Second Chance is an Animal Rescue that prides itself on connecting individuals and families with the pet of their dreams. For more information, please visit www.dezzyssecondchance.com will have plenty of tempting dishes as the menu features fresh and nutritious south ern-inspired dishes. There are six varieties of eggs benedict, 11 gourmet omelette choices, an exceptional signature Bananas sweet potato pancakes, southern crabstack, biscuit beignets, along with handcrafted burgers, specialty sandwiches and fresh salads. Each meal is carefully prepared to order with the highest quality and freshest ingredients available. ABEC menu prices range on average from $8 to $15 and for breakfast cocktails, dont miss the mimosa, or the house specialty bloody mary priced at $5.99 each. Further includes granola, fruit & quinoa, gluten free friendly jumbo pancakes, the skinny omelette, steel cut oats and simply salmon, is also available at this location. ABEC mug collectors will ing historic Boca Raton iconic palm trees, on the hand-thrown stoneware used for coffee service and hot beverages. Each ABEC location has its own distinctive symbol on the American made design, which is produced in vari ous colors year round. Lafayette, LA and is dedicated to opening restaurants that represent value, with a fo cus on fresh and comforting food. Double R operates multiple concepts and currently Carolinas, Florida and Louisiana. Double R has plans for an additional six locations to open in 2014, and recently announced its South Florida development agreement to develop 40 locations over the next 10 years. Each new ABEC creates approximately 30 new jobs in the community. Double R is in all regions to join their experienced team. Please visit www.dblrrestaurants.com for more information. Another Broken Egg Caf is an award-winning restaurant and a leader in the morning restaurant sector with 36 restaurants to date across the southeast United States, Califor Old Mandeville, Louisiana. The restaurant serves from 7 A.M. through 3 P.M. seven days a week, closing only on Thanksgiving and Christmas with all major credit cards accepted. For more information about the restaurant locations, the history of ABEC and complete menus, please visit www.anotherbrokenegg.com
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Edition 189 27for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com June 8, through June 15, 2014SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune NO MORE bor ing routines NO MORE w aiting to use equipment NO MORE pac k ed gyms CONT A CT US NO W to schedule an appointment (561) 362-3234 f inef firstname.lastname@example.org 3500 NW Boca Raton Blvd. Suite 705 Boca Raton, FL 33431 THIS GYM IS JUST FOR Y OU! with Str enght tr aining Functional tr aining Aer obic tr aining First tw o sessions are FREE with no membership or long ter m contract. Private P ersonal T raining Gym Mens Basketball Signs David Johnson for 2014-15 SeasonBy Olivia CoiroLynn University head mens basketball coach Jeff Price is pleased to announce the signing of junior forward David Johnson for the 2014-15 season. A 6-foot-6 native of Jensen Beach, Fla., Johnson joins the college career at Indian River State College. our program in many ways and we look forward to having him at Lynn Univer multiple positions and can create match-up developed tremendously since high school and will continue improve for the next two seasons. As a sophomore, Johnson led the Pioneers to a 15-13 overall record, who just missed 17.9 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. Johnson was named the Region 8 Player of helped IRSC to a pair of victories over Polk State College and St. Petersburg College where he averaged 15.5 ppg and 5.5 rpg. ence First Team selection when he shot 59 three-point range, making it the second consecutive year he earned conference honors. During his freshman campaign he was named an all-conference honoree after averaging 11.5 ppg and 5.7 rpg when IRSC posted a 24-7 record Johnson becomes the fourth signee of the 2014-15 recruiting class and will join 12 returners from last seasons 9-18 squad, State Conference Second Team and AllAromashodu Concludes Collegiate Career at NCAA Preliminary RoundSenior Danielle Aromashodu concluded her Florida Atlantic University career today Ospreys hosted the preliminary round at Aromashodu competed in the 400 meter hurdles at her fourth appearance at the East The Miami native missed qualifying for the In her freshman season, Aromashodu ran the 400 hurdles in a time of 1:01.61 Last year, Aromashodu recorded her best I thank Danielle for her tremendous at FAU and wish her the best of luck in all Alex Smolka. Aromashodu served as team captain in the FAU record in the 400 hurdles (58.33) and was a three-time Sun Belt Conference Champion in the event. At the Department of Athletics annual banquet, Aromashodu was named the Outstanding Female Athlete for the 2013-14 athletic season.
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Edition 189 29for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com June 8, through June 15, 2014 SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS GOLF LIFE IN BOCA By Stan Moore TheShouldersOne of the main functions of the backswing is to turn the shoulders in a circle on a downward angle with the shoulder center staying in place. This provides precision to the path of the hands and the club. It also creates balance to support your rotation and gives the backswing its around the body shape, which is a major source of power. Many golfers have played well while moving the center of the shoulder turn back, but these are highly adapted players who have learned to compensate for this move. Shifting the shoulder center off the ball not only creates less power, it also results in erratic geometry. The way I see it, you have a choice: Turn your shoulders in a circle around a stable center, or sway going back and then lunge forward. The latter requires The Pedro ProjectThis past friday pedro made headon how to use the right arm and extend it through the impact, lean the shaft forward, and create better contact on the ball. Pedro did well with this and hit we were using a sand wedge, but 80 to 90 yard sand wedges were excel lent. This was a big step forward for pedro. Just have to continue this process to develop more consistency, because he is only getting them too. But 30% is an excellent start. Stan moore, pga Teaching pro at ocean breeze and osprey point you to master the art of getting the forward lunge to equal the backwards sway. This is extremely complicated and highly unpredictable. Therefore, I teach turning the shoulders in a circle while keeping the center in place. For the center of the shoulder turn to stay stable, the left shoulder itself must trace a circular path. Turning the shoulder downward enough on the backswing is one of the main differences between good and pour players. Many golfers at some point in their backswings lose the downward component of the shoulder turn, which causes the head and the shoulder center to drift back. To rotate correctly, the left shoulder must turn downward and inward at a consistent rate. For the left shoulder to turn in a circle and at a right angle to the spine, the stay in its original forward tilt toward the the center of the shoulder turn is the the left, which gives the left shoulder the freedom to go downward, and must continue to bend left throughout the backswing. If at any point the spine stops bending to the left, the left shoulder will level out moving the center the top of the backswing, you should be in a full side bend when viewed down target, meaning you have side bend to the left as far as you can. For more information on how to turn the shoulders please contact me at 561 699 2616 .
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32 -Edition 189 June 8, through June 15, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of June 8, through June 15, 2014 see page 27 Keep up with US Soccer during the World Cup at www.90minutesstrong.com Follow us @90minutesstrongPhotos by Rosa Cavalcanti Mens Basketball Signs David Johnson for 2014-15 Season See Pg. 27 Aromashodu Concludes Collegiate Career at NCAA Preliminary Round