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Community see page 3 A Downtown Hotel for Boca RatonBusinessFrans Chicken Haven Delivering the Best Fried Chicken In Town for Over 50 Yearssee page 24 FAUs Brandin Bryant Set for Historic Homecoming Junior League of Boca Raton Announces 20142015 Board of Directors INTEGRETY MOMENTSKeeping Faith During Adversary 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 pictures@bocaratontribune.com MAX WU READING The Boca Raton Tribune August 29, through September 4, 2014 Foundation Offers Critical Therapeutic Counseling For Children and Families in CrisisSee page 25 FINANCE CONTROL see page 7 see page 25Saving for College: How Much Will It Cost?By Rick Boxx By Christina A. Karas Triple Building Height RestrictionPrepare Children For SuccessBy Kathryn WohlpartA new proposal will extend the height of the Boca Raton skyline with a 30 story building. The project, New Mizner on the Green, would take over the space currently known as Mizner on the Green and would require knocking down 244 houses on SE Mizner Blvd. The developer, ELAD National Proper ties, is proposing a 500-unit ultra luxury condo and is asking Boca Raton to break from the past height regulations to make this creation possible. The proposed height has not been disclosed, but will likely al most triple Bocas 100 foot restriction based on the proposed 30-story plan. The project narrative will also call for a break from more than just Bocas height restrictions: while [the Spanish-revival] architectural style may have emanated from the early days of resort development in South Florida...it has since been replicated and used in so many places and contexts that it no longer Former Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel continues to make a positive impact on the community she calls home. Proceeds from the Mayors appreciation celebration hosted by the Spirit of Giving (SOGN) raised organizations community projects, includ ing its recent Putting Kids First: Community Back to School Bash. The annual SOGNs Community Back to School Bash provides at-risk children with the school supplies they need to succeed. Federation estimate that the average family with children spends over $650 on back to ship for many. With the proceeds from the Mayors reception and additional community donations the Spirit of Giving Net work was able to provide nearly 3,000 local students, grades Pre-K through 12 with new backpacks, notebooks, pencils and other school required supplies. Spirit of Giving Network was honored to have hosted the Mayors appreciation reception as her see page 28Community see page 5 see page 3 see page 7BusinessRevolution in Skincare: e Time Machinesee page 24Sports

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2 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Community News Quote of the Week:Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring. Proverbs 27:1 INDEX Community News Page 3 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 ColumnistsPage 25 Business Page 27 Sports Page 32 Games Page 35 The Boca Raton TribuneYour Closest Neighborwww.bocaratontribune.com The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. AUDIT PENDING Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain CouncilMarketing Tainara Maciel SalesAndre Heizer Margaux Vicker Phydias Barbosa Data EntryJohn Lahey* Mail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignMaheli Jardim Joseph FelicianoPhotographersGabriela Heizer,Gabriela Barbieri* Barbara McCormick Interns Mailing AddressP.O. Box 970593 399 NW Boca Raton Blvd., Suite 212 business@bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com For General Information: Copyright 2014 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. 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. to the winners of the Aug. 26 primary ballot. of suggestions by this column and others, the FAU board of trustees named the FAU stadium berger Field. FAU will also reap big bucks by scheduling power house football teams to play them, including stashing $900,000 to play nationally ranked Nebraska and pocket a cool $1 million for Top ranked schools regularly schedule and pay for lesser known universities to launch a season with a win and ensure a big home coming crowd. Road, with an 8,000 sq. ft. upscale restaurant if the Council approves next month after ap proval by the Community Appearance Board and Planning Board with revenue increasing 3,305 per cent to $18.6 million and Touchsuite ranked 259 with revenue up 1,770 percent to $19.2 million last year. Usellclub.com allows sellers to post unlim ited items for sale at only $10.00 per month with no additional fees or contract. Buyers can buy with no fees after the purchase price and sometimes freight. General merchandise, jewelry, cars, electronics and even restaurant equipment has been posted. Its like a Garage Sale online! Center will be taking over day to day operations of the Boca Raton Childrens Museum, after a $50,000 grant from the city to get the museum through the transaction. Florence Fuller executive director Ellyn Okrent will be leading both organizations. new jobs in Boca Raton at an average annual salary of $115,000 and plans to spend $3 mil lion in capital investment on a 45,000 sq. ft. to $1.81 million in incentives, including $350,000 from the city of Boca Raton. the former Marcus Kosher Chinese restau rant in the Loggers Run Shopping Center. authority known as FINRA rocked security customer orders and Shearson Financial ca report transactions. tions from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sept. 13 for its Boca Raton store, 855 S. Federal application on site or traderjoes.com/pdf/ employment_application.pdf. column last week about the Port of Palm Beach and the day cruise Island Breeze Casino was incorrect and we apologize. The Island Breeze Casino Cruise has not expe rienced mechanical failures, but instead it has been waiting for an opening to go in to a Coast Guard-mandated dry dock in South Carolina. Because of the mandated dry dock, The Port of Palm Beach is reporting a strong Fiscal Year 2014 and expects the Island Breeze to return to operation and contribute to the Ports revenue in FY 2015. According to the Port of Palm Beach, on Thursday, the Port of Palm Beach District Board of Direc tors voted to delay implementing the cruise lines 125,000 passenger minimum guarantee ary 1, 2015. As these requirements were established to monitor an ongoing operation, it is only prudent to delay their implementa Port Deputy Director and CFO. Bradley Prader, president of Island Breeze International told the Port of Palm Beach District Commissioners that the Island Breeze Casino Cruise is expected to sail again in October. The cruise line will honor any coupons or promotions, regardless of expiration date, that customers have when the ship returns to operation. 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The giant utility made a hefty $1.2 the tab for any solar powered construction. in the second quarter, up 3% from the same visitors touring South Florida, with 3 million from overseas and 1 million from Canada, after the state pumped in $74 million for a marketing budget and last year, 95 million visited Florida. tial cash sales, with 64% of South Florida 2cnd quarter home sales paid in cash and 85% of South Florida luxury home sales were cash buys. with Shelly Isaacs is every Thursday at 10:30 a.m.at Movies of Delray 561-638-0020 and Friday at 1:00 p.m. at Movies of Lake Worth more information. ryepstein.com,tv-show/ to win free tickets to the Cinemark Theatres. This weeks guests are You can be on too to promote your business and we send a link of your segment to put on your website and send out in emails to prospects and clients for only $100. It also Call 561.852.0000 for details. Barrys Buzz

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Edition 1993for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comAugust 29, through September 4, 2014 Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune The Boca Raton TribuneYour Closest NeighborGraphic Design Business Criminal Justice Journalism Photography E-mail your resume to jobs@heizercorporation.com or Go online at www.bocaratontribune.com and ll the online form.HOW TO APPLY: WE ARE LOOKING FOR INTERNS TO WORK IN THESE FIELDS: AccountBack oce account assistant needed to communicate with customers and vendors. Must be organized and have computer skills to advertise and promote business for the company. One intern will be accepted for this position.Social Media/ ITDesign and run our WordPress site and update social media to help promote the company. Use the site to show future employers that you have run a newspapers website and build a social media portfolio. Up to two positions are available. Newsroom/ Social MediaUpload, manage, and write articles for the website and the paper as well as promote stories on social media. Get clips for portfolio and real newsroom experience. Up to four positions are available.Marketing DepartmentCreate and build in house ads and campaigns that will run in our paper. Adobe CS5 and/or Photoshop knowledge is a plus. Up to two positions are available. WE NEED YOU A Downtown Hotel for Boca RatonBy Kathryn Wohlpart has been approved to be built at 120 E. Palmetto Park Road. The hotel plans break the citys 100-foot height restriction and has been designed to be as tall as 140 feet to accommodate the 12 story design and have been approved by the city. This project shows a remarkable architectural sensitivity to the site and its context, said Eric Osth, representative Associates. The proposal showed the hotel hosting an 8,000-square-foot restaurant and 200 rooms. A parking garage will also be built onsite and the restaurant will have valetparking according to the proposal. The project has the citys planning boards unanimous support and was approved by the citys Community Appearance Board. Alana Cohen, a member of the Downtown Boca Raton Advisory Committee called the hotel a missing piece, as most cities have a hotel located downtown. Proposal to Triple Boca Building Height Restriction Raton. The ultra luxury condos are proposed to raise the tax base which, according to the project narrative, will attract and sustain luxury retailers and high quality restau rants. within easy walking distance to support the many surrounding shops and restaurants, said ELAD representative, Shay Braverman, worth buyer typically want ocean views, and the proposed heights will accommodate the business community. The project has to undergo review, a pro posal to change the city ordinances, and ap proval of the Community Redevelopment Agency Board before construction begins. The proposal will not undergo review until the Community Redevelopment Agency Board evaluates the proposed height plans and its effect in Boca Raton. By Kathryn Wohlpart A social media hoax calling for a Purge night in relation to the newly released movie The Purge: Anarchy has been monitored in cities across the nation and the threat has come to Palm Beach County. A post calling for a Purge in Palm Beach County on September 1 is a hoax according to Boynton Beach Police. The Purge in the movie is a night where all crime is legalized. Police departments across the nation have proclaimed these false purge postings hoaxes and inform citizens that all crime committed is illegal. The Purge: Anarchy has a large social media marketing campaign and spin offs from the movies marketing have been created causing alarm in cities such as Louisville, Los Angeles, and Detroit. The Louisville scare was started by a high school student who thought it was just a fun thing according to an interview with People magazine. Flyers were created and spread across Palm Beach County, stating that the county was next to have the purge. The Boca Raton Police Department has commented that [they] have been aware of postings online and continue to monitor the situation and that these postings are a hoax.Purge Night Threat Investigated in Palm Beach County

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4 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News Palm Beach State College (Boca Raton Campus ) Room HT 1033000 St.Lucie Ave., Boca Raton, FL 33431We welcome all business owners, professionals, sales people and managers seeking to begin or expand their business. Get ready to talk about business and share information with potential customers at this exciting new Trade Show. BOOTH SPACE$250 (until September 1st)$350 (after September 1st)ADMISSIONS$20 (per person) Are you looking to build new business relationships?If so, then the International Trade Show is the place YOU WANT TO BE!Contact info@chameleonentertainments.com for more info.Want to Rent a booth?Simple, just send us an application! You can get this application by emailing info@chameleonentertainments.com. Whats more? When you sign up for a booth at the International Trade Show, your company receives 10 extra entry tickets. We encourage all businesses to do any kinds of giveaways. Sale of food not permitted, but samples may be given out. See you there! SPONSORED BY: MEDIA SPONSORS: BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Seminars on: Doing Business as Woman, Minority & Veterans How to Fill Export Documentations How to improve Social Media & SEO How to Advertise & Martket Your Business

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Edition 1995for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comAugust 29, through September 4, 2014tenure came to a close, said Doug Paton, Spirit of Giving Network board president. It was a memorable evening that contin championed as a founding member of Spir ber of the School District of Palm Beach County. Reception proceeds, garnered from the generosity of host committee members, sponsors, friends, family, and colleagues in honor of the mayors dedicated service, are going right back to the community and enriching lives. In addition to the Bash, Paton noted that the Mayors celebration funds will also be used to support SOGNs unteer trainings, background screenings and other various community initiatives. The SOGN Mayors Appreciation Celebration brought together nearly 500 citizens, business and civic leaders, friends and family to thank Mayor Whelchel for 20 years of generous and steadfast commitment to making the City of Boca Raton an enviable place in which to live, work, learn, play and visit. Mayor Whelchel appreciation celebration event sponsors included Allianz Champi onship, iPic Entertainment, Penn-Florida Companies, Schmidt Family Foundation, Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Boca Ratons Promise Breaking the Silence, Florida Atlantic University.Junior League of Boca Raton Announces 2014-2015 Board of Directors pleased to announce its President and Board of Directors for the 2014-2015 year. The Board of Directors is dedicated to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving our community. The Board is responsible for strategic planning of community outreach programs. The 2014-2015 Board of Directors includes: Gene Nikki Stelzer beth Kelley Grace drey Morris Doyle It is an honor to serve as the 2014-2015 Raton alongside a group of women with a diverse set of talent and insights. Since made a tremendous impact throughout our community and in the lives of others. This year, we will continue the legacy of service by providing more than 35,000 volunteer hours and more than $250,000 to support our mission of training volunteers, developing the potential of women and improving the South Florida Community, said Raton, Andrea Garcia. We remain commit ted to the belief that volunteer service is an essential part of responsible citizenship and we will make every effort to be the impact, share the impact and serve as a catalyst for an even greater impact within our com munity. new members in the Fall and Spring and hosts two major fundraisers in the Novem February (Flavors of Boca Raton). The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS Prepare Children For Successful 2014-2015 School Year And Support Other Community Initiatives Former Mayor Susan Whelchel with Wendy Friswell of Spirit of Giving Network and children from Florence Fuller Child Development Centers who were recipients of Back To School Bash supplies and backpacks made possible from proceeds from SOGN-hosted Mayor Whelchel Appreciation Celebration Board Retreat

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6 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS EDITORIAL By Pedro HeizerThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial Interim Editor Managing EditorOnline Edition Editor : Social Media Although I strongly support ALS and the Ice Bucket Challenge, which has raised millions of dollars to ALS research, I cant help but wonder if all this is just because of a few people dumping water on their heads or if people are honestly interested in rais ing awareness. Dont get me wrong, ALS is a great cause, but Im wondering if I could take a few moments of your time to introduce you to another very worthy cause. If you are like anyone I have ever told, Well, in lame mans term, sort of. What is PBS (Prune Belly Syndrome) you to you. PBS is a rare, genetic, birth defect affecting about 1 in 40,000 births, and Im one of those. About 97% of those affected are male, and prune belly syndrome is a congenital dis order of the urinary system, characterized by a triad of symptoms. The syndrome is named for the mass of wrinkled skin that is often (but not always) present on the abdo mens of those with the disorder (hence the name Prune Belly because your belly looks like a prune). No one knows the origin of PBS, there are two hypothesis out there: 1) Urinary tract obstruction: A hypoplastic or dysplastic prostate causes an obstruction of the urethra, thereby creat ing a urinary tract obstruc tion leading to overdistension of the bladder and the upper urinary tract, thus stretching the abdominal wall (causing damage to the abdominal musculature) 2) Primary mesodermal developmental defect: An insult between 6 and 10 weeks gestation disrupts the development of the lateral plate mesoderm, from which arises both the abdominal wall and genitourinary tract (including the pros tate). This is currently the dominant theory. So you know, Im not that bad. Ive been blessed beyond belief. I dont have half as bad as many of the other people I know that have PBS. I literally began defeating the odds from day one of life and thats why I live with the Fall Seven Times, Get Up Eight motto on my wrist everyday to serve as a constant reminder of that. Many of the kids with PBS have back prob lems, kidney problems among many other things. I on the other hand, do have some of that but not to none of the extent that these other kids have, but I still consider myself one of them. So why would a teacher make a joke about AIDS she wouldnt make a stupid joke that, if not worst. So, why dont many people know about PBS, its a sad truth but a real one. Look at Parkinsons there is Brian Grant (former stature to talk about awareness and other things like that. Yes, there are organizations out there helping like prunebelly.org and others, but com pared to others diseases and such, we are very behind in support. Its just a sad truth. I wish it wasnt like that but thats how our society is like nowadays. Me, well I have decided to step up the plate and tell as many people as I can about it. I want to raise awareness and I want teens that have PBS to be able to talk to me, I want to be there for them. I know how hard the world can treat people. In a world where looks is everything, people with Prune Belly It was hard for me during elementary, middle and even sometimes, high school. Kids are so judgmental and if you dont look like the status quo, they make fun of you and I want kids with PBS to understand they are not alone! Im here. Ive gone through all they have been going through. The fact that Im not as sick as any of the other PBS patients makes me even more of a believer that Im the right person to be here for them. I want parents to look at me and say If Pedro made it, why cant my because of renal failure so many parents freak out about the life expectancy of their kid. Im here to say this, the doctor told my parents I would die as soon as I left the with no problems whatsoever. For the longest time I wondered why me, but now I realize it, (this will be clich but its true), I realized its not a curse but its a gift. So from this day on, Ive decided to help in whatever way I can with younger kids or teens that may have PBS. So please, if you arent just donating money because its trending, please consider donating.Would We Raise Awareness to this Cause? Order Delicious Gifts for Any Occasion100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDgiant strawberries | #1 seller | over 35 million strawberries dipped To redeem this offer visit www.Berries.com/Sweetor call 800-964-4417*20% off discount will appear upon checkout. Minimum product purchase of $29.00. Discounts do not apply to gift cards or certi cates, same-day delivery, shipping and handling, taxes or third-party hosted products (e.g. wine) and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. 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Edition 1997for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comAugust 29, through September 4, 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. By Rick BoxxINTEGRETY MOMENTS Copyright 2014, Integrity Resource Center, Inc. Adapted with permission from Integrity Moments with Rick Boxx, a commentary on issues of integrity in the workplace from a Christian perspective. a biblical approach for doing business with integrity. @crankuptheheat @crankuptheheat /crankuptheheat Keeping Faith During AdversaryPracticing ones faith in the pragmatic, bottom-line business and professional enough. Faith is especially hard to come by during times of economic adversity. A recent mortgage fraud case reminded me of this truth. The borrowers business grew rapidly by purchasing houses at below market prices and rehabbing them, making them more attractive to potential buyers. The busi ness owners would leverage as much debt as possible, borrowing large amounts of money to acquire as many low-cost houses as the bank allowed. Eventually, however, mistakes were made. The borrower made poor decisions on some properties; reconstruction work was slowed on others, and the company bought houses much faster than it could sell them. As a result, a number of the properties remained unsold, consuming much of the borrowers available cash resources. Eventually the borrowers had an impor tant decision to make: Do we admit our problem and accept the consequences, or do we lie to the lender and use their money overcame their conscience and faith, lead ing the company into fraud and ultimately, criminal charges. Faith, in all likelihood, was violated in two ways in this case. First, the borrower pro ceeded more aggressively than the unstable real estate market warranted, even with the devalued status of properties that were pur chased. Most likely, the borrowers did not seriously consult God for guidance about whether to proceed when the growing risk became evident. Second, the borrower lacked the faith to trust God with the outcome of being straight-forward with the bank about the increasing debt load. Instead, the owners of the company chose to lie and presume they could wriggle their way out of debt by spending more. (Does that scenario sound They might have avoided their fraud and the criminal consequences if they had heed ed the promise of Psalm 23:4, which offers the assurance that God can be trusted when it says, Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for You are with me. This verse and the entire psalm were writ ten by a shepherd faced with the daunting task of guiding his sheep through dark, threatening passages where the animals might encounter predators of various kinds. Operating a real estate business is very different from shepherding sheep, but the principle remains the same: Followers of uncertainty and even danger. Another passage, Philippians 4:6-7, offers a similar promise: Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ The owners of the residential refurbishing business did not believe or act upon this assurance. If you are faced with a similar dilemma, I have a recommendation: Choose faith, not fear.Avoid Any Point of Contention!There are many battles which are unavoidable, whether between nations, or with individuals which are incapable of coming to an agreement on the issues they disagree. At the same time, it is insane for anyone to go after points of contention which can be no matter what! Regrettably, there are some such people everywhere. It appears that some individu stirring something negative all the time, so as to prove a point, or to engage in controversy. Unfortunately, such attitudes prevail even within households where a family member cannot function unless he or she is engaged in hurting a supposed loved one. Quite is a provocation, or an insult, or perhaps a persistent complaint which goes on for years! There are unintentional failures on the part of one which should be forgiven by another, as there also exist retaliatory measures which shall only perpetuate a war climate! and interactions among people are not the easiest earthly transactions by any means. Thats why it is necessary that people mea sure their words and thoughts, thinking in advance what their effect can be whether positive or negative. If negative, it should be avoided at the out set. There are manifold positive solutions for the most negative problems one faces. The antidote to situations which displease us is not name-calling, abusive language, old or new insults, or any other variety of verbal insults! Its a well-known principle that what a person sows, that shall he or she also reap. And whatever is sown is always harvested in far greater quantity than the number of seeds scattered! Anyone preferring to live with a victim mentality should not engage in destructive deeds so as to maintain ones self in that miserable estate, while spreading unpleasantness! Its only when bitterness is removed that a genuine conversation can occur; hurting messages stored from the past need to be deleted before new dialogues can be established and a positive path be fol lowed towards a reasonable and pleasant reconciliation! Never a getting mad, nor a getting even mentality shall accomplish what a suspension of bad feelings will do in reasonably addressing what needs to be mended. Keeping resentments only ag gravates the agony! Youd better think, and choose the best alternative!

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8 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS Legal Notice SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF DUTCHESS -------------------------------------------x EMIGRANT BANK Plaintiff, Filed: Index No. against RICHARD KOLENDA; CHRISTOPHER KOLENDA ; GELLERT & KLEIN, P.C. ; JOHN DOE #1" through "JOHN DOE #10" inclusive, the names of the ten last name Defendants being fictitious, real names unknown to the Plaintiff, the parties intended being persons or corpo rations having an interest in, or tenants or persons in possession of, portions of the mortgag ed premises described in the Complaint, Defendants. -------------------------------------------x Plaintiff designates DUTCHESS County as place of trial Venue is based upon County in which premises are bein g situate SUMMONS WITH NOTICE ACTION TO FORECLOSE A MORTGAGE OF ACTION TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the Complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your Answer; or, if the Complaint is not served with this Summons, to serve a Notice of Appearance upon the Plaintiff's Attorney, within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the date of service or within thirty (30) days after the service is complete if this Summons is not persona lly delivered to you within the State of New York. If you fail to so appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. DATED: Elmsford, New York August 25, 2014 NOTICE YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR HOME If you do not respond to this summons and complaint by serving a copy of the answer on the attorney for the mortgage company who filed this foreclosure proceeding against you and filing the answer with the court, a default judgment may be entered and you can lose your home. Speak to an attorney or go to the court where your case is pending for further information on how to answer the summons and protect your property. Sending a payment to your mortgage com pany will not stop this foreclosure action. YOU MUST RESPOND BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF EMIGRANT BANK AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT. ________________________________ Richard F. Komosinski, Esq. Law Offices of Knuckles, Komosinski & Elliott, LLP Attorneys for Plaintiff 565 Taxter Road, Suite 590 Elmsford, New York 10523 Phone: (914) 345 -3020 TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: The foregoing Summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an Ord er of the Hon. James V. Brands, a Justice of the Supreme Court, Dutchess County, dated Aug. 11, 2014 and filed with the co mplaint and other papers in the Dutchess County Clerk's Office, Poughkeepsie, NY Prem. k/a 22 Kinsdale Court, Wappingers Falls, NY a/ k/a Lot 12, situated in the Town of Wappinger, Count y of Dutchess, and State of NY, as shown on a plan entitled, Shamrock Hills Subdivision, Subdivision Layout Plan, revised dated July 3, 2006, prepared by Povall Engineering, PLLC and filed in the Dutches s County Cler ks Office on Aug. 30, 2006 as M ap No. 11963. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS: EMIGRANT BANK IS FORECLOSING AGAINST THE OWNER OF THIS PREMISES. IF YOU LIVE H ERE, THIS LAWSUIT MAY RESULT IN YOUR EVICTION. YOU MAY WISH TO CONTACT A LAWYER TO DISCUSS ANY RIGHTS AND POSSIBLE DEFENSES YOU MAY HAVE. NOTICE OF OBJECT OF ACTION AND RELIEF SOUGHT THE OBJECT of the above -entitled action is to foreclose a purchase money mortgage to secure $420,000.00, plus interest, recorded in the Office of the County Clerk/City Register of the County of Dutchess on October 15, 2008 in Document No.: 01 2008-10765 and which purchase money mortgage was assigned to the Plaintiff herein as evidenced by written instrument dated September 17, 2008 and recorded on October 15, 2008 with the County Clerk/City Register of Dutchess County in Document # 01 2008 1956A and whic h mortgage was modified by agreement dated August 3, 2010 and recorded on April 5, 2011 with the County Clerk/City Register of Dutchess County in Document # 01 2011 3550 covering premises described as follows: 22 Kinsdale Court, Wappingers Falls, New Yor k The relief sought in the within action is final judgment directing the sale of the premises described herein above to satisfy the debt secured by the purchase money mortgage described above. The Plaintiff makes no personal claim against any Defendants in this action except Richard Kolenda. #84726 ObituariesThe Boca Raton Tribune Iris Ruth LaineLAINE, Iris Ruth, nee Butke, of Boca Raton, Florida, passed to a new adventure of the Spirit, as she preferred to identify the end of physical life on planet Earth, on August 14, 2014. She was an ordained pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and co-author with her husband of a university text and workbook entitled Promotion in Foodservice, published in 1972 and sole author of two books written after her ordination. Getting to Know God, published in 2001, is the story of her faith life andDancing Spirits, published in 2007, shows the relationship between the last centurys research in quantum physics and the major religions of the world. As minister and preacher, she served at a number of churches in Palm Beach County as well as preacher at two annual conferences of the Boynton Beach. In her retirement she volunteered as visitation minister of her local church, visiting members who were ill, hospitalized or homebound, continuing to Prior to being ordained as minister at age 63, Pastor Laine had a long career in business, advertising and public relations. It began back in 1942 when she graduan advertising copywriter, promotion copy chief for the Chicago Sun-Times/Daily News, twelve years as trade relations manager for the largest U.S. trade association national advertising awards during these years and was listed in the 1977-78 edition of Whos Who of American Women. nally earning her B.A. from Florida Atlantic University in 1981. In 1983 she entered in Boynton Beach, Florida and then earned her M. Div. degree from the Lutheran Seminary in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in 1988. In the early years of the 21st century she was listed again in Whos Who of American Women, and also in Whos Who in America and Whos Who in the World. Pr. Laine was born at 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning, February 8, 1925, at what was ing to her Mother, her birth was greeted by the ringing of bells at nearby St. Marys Catholic Church. Obviously, a triple Catholic welcome to a very Lutheran little girl. Mark S. Laine. She is survived by her husband of many happy years, Steven, her daughter Leah Ruth Lambrecht, stepchildren Karen McGivney and David Laine, six step-grandchildren, ten step-great grandchildrren, nephew Gerald Niedert, nieces Marla Osborne and Lanna Andre as well as several grand nieces and nephews. A Memorial Gathering celebrating Pr. Laines life will be held at Advent Lutheran 2014 at 11:00 a.m. Friends who wish to remember Pr. Laine are asked to do so by deliberately extend ing the hand of friendship and the gift of love to anyone they meet who appears to need care and encouragement.

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Edition 1999for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comAugust 29, through September 4, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS Coli Marble INC. 1825 NW 21st ST P ompano Beach, FL Mention this AD for a special price P ortugues: (954) 830 5531 www .colimarble.net English: (954) 979 8572 FRANCISCO RODRIGUES Coli Marble INC. 1825 NW 21st ST P ompano Beach, FL Mention this AD for a special price P ortugues: (954) 830 5531 www .colimarble.net English: (954) 979 8572 FRANCISCO RODRIGUES FRANCISCO RODRIGUES WE DO THE JOB RIGHT FOR YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION! GRANITE COUNTER TOPS | MARBLE COUNTER TOPS | CEASARSTONESILESTONE | CUSTO M BATHS | CUSTO M KITCHEN SOLUTIONSCUSTO M ENTRIES | CUSTO M MADE COFFEE TABLES | CUSTO M CUTTING BOARDSFIRE PLACES | SADDLES AND WINDOWSILLS | STEPS | FLOORS | AND MORE...COLI MARBLE INC. (954) 830-5531COLI MARBLE INC. 1825 NW 21ST ST. POMPANO BEACH, FL (954)979-8572 WWW.COLIMARBLE.NET --v A Investment and Insurance Products: NOT FDIC Insured NO Bank Guarantee MAY Lose Value rfffrrfnrrtnf brffbrbff nbrnnffnnff nnfrfnr rfrffb nrnnrfnfWells Fargo Advisors, LLC, Member SIPC, is a registered broker-dealer and a separate non-bank aliate of Wells Fargo & Company. Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC. All rights reserved.Christina A. Karas Vice President Investment Officer 5355 Town Center Rd Ste 600 Boca Raton, FL 33486 (561) 394-7561 Christina.A.Karas@WFAdvisors.com Heizer Corporation Presents The International Trade Show and Forum of Boca Raton Aairs Brazilian Love Affair, the month-long cele bration in September that celebrates Brazils independence, and has decided to focus on two main events instead. The events will not only bring Brazilians together, but also people from all nations. In partnership with Palm Beach State Col lege and the Small Business Development Center, the Boca Raton International Trade Show, and Forum of Boca Raton Affairs will be held at Palm Beach State College on September 26th. Last year, as The Brazil-USA Trade Show, over 20 business exhibited their products and services to over 1,000 people who at South Florida is a melting pot of all races and ethnicities. In an area this diverse, an International Trade Show would not only those in attendance which will have a vari ety of products to look at. In the same day, The Forum of Boca Raton Affairs will take place. As stated earlier, with so many nations represented in the beauti ful city of Boca Raton, many have different opinions on a variety of topics. The Boca Raton Tribune, the city main source of community news, will host the bion September 26th. Every forum will have topic will be Boca Raton as an InternaFive speakers will speak on different aspects that cause Boca Raton to be the huge Inter The Boca Raton International Trade Show already has the support of not only The Boca Raton Tribune, but also of Gazeta News, the largest Brazilian newspaper in the United States, and Banco do Brasil Americas, which is headquartered in Florida and was established in 2012 in succession to EuroBank. Banco do Brasil Americas has brought along more than 200 years of experience and credibility from its share holder: Banco do Brasil.

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10 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comMunicipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Boca Raton Police Blotter 08/19/2014 SIMPLE BATTERY Subject was arrested for kicking his girlfriend in the lower right side of her back. 08/21/2014 POSS NARCOTIC CONTROL SUB Possession of narcotics and paraphernalia arrest. 05-23-14. possession of mythlone, and paraphernalia (baggie). Breath was refused. TOT to 08/21/2014 TRESPASS cessed and transported to Palm Beach County jail due to him being intoxicated. Arrest for resistance without violence. 08/19/2014 TRESPASS A homeless W/M was arrested after he returned to the property where he had 08/21/2014 SIMPLE BATTERY Male Tries to Snatch Rolex from Mayors EmployeeOn Saturday, August 9 at about 4:15 p.m., West Glades Road. p.m., two males entered the store and went to the Rolex case. The employee was show ing them a Rolex President watch, when one of the males unsuccessfully tried to grab the watch from the employees hand. The suspects ran out of the store into the employee was not injured. spoke Spanish during the incident. The em ployee described the males as well-dressed and one had tattoos on his arms. These suspects may have been involved in a similar incident in the South Florida at (561) 338-1344 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS if you have any information about this crime.Combined Eort Leads to Beer Bandit BustOn Sunday, August 3, Boca Raton Police of of a burglary to the Bier to work at about 4:00 p.m., and noticed that two of the outside coolers were open. When the manager inspected the coolers, the video and saw that at about 4:15 a.m., a male entered the bar area, forced the cooler doors open and removed two six packs of beer. The suspect repeated the action sev eral more times, possibly handing the beer off to another suspect. The next day, the case was assigned to a Boca Raton detective. On August 11, a crime bulletin with the suspects picture nized the suspect as Billy Palmieri. Later made contact with Palmieri at Rutherford Park. Detectives responded and spoke with Palmieri, who, after seeing his image on a bulletin, admitted that he was the person pictured and that it was taken while he was stealing beer. Detectives arrested Palmieri for burglary to a business. Suspects: #1 Hispanic male, in 20s, 5 tall, medium build, Long sleeve green shirt, & Black pants #2 Hispanic male, in 20, 5 tall, medium build, Black t-shirt, reddish-orange pants & Black baseball cap Billy Palmieri DOB 09/27/1983 At large Repeat Oender Arrested for Punching Man, Stealing BackpackOn Sunday, August 3, just after midnight, Boca responded to a report of a robbery at Sanborn Square, 72 North lot of the police department and told them he left his backpack with Trevor Clark at Sanborn Square while he made a quick trip to the Seven-11. When he returned he had to search for Clark and when he found him, Clark emptied the backpack then punched him in the head. Pietri had no injuries. pital where he was receiving treatment for a possible broken nose. Clark refuted Pietris been sleeping in Sanborn Square, using his backpack as a pillow, when Pietri ap proached him and accused him of stealing the backpack. Pietri snatched the backpack and began punching him in the face, then walked away. with aggravated battery and robbery. Boca Pietri in February for domestic battery and on April 30 for two separate incidents in which he stole a bicycle.Darren Pietri DOB 01/30/1968 At large

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Edition 19911for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comAugust 29, through September 4, 2014 *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.SPECIAL FINANCING* Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft.59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft.15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTYLIFETIME WARRANTY$149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM$699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12$599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12$799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY$449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY$549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24$199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY$219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY$185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY$159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY$339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY$229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY$369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014. SPECIAL FINANCING Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft.59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft.15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTYLIFETIME WARRANTY$149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM$699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12$599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12$799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY$449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY$549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24$199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY$219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY$185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY$159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY$339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY$229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY$369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.SPECIAL FINANCING* Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft. 59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft. 15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTY LIFETIME WARRANTY $149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM $699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12 $799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY $449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY $399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY $549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24 $199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY $219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY $185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY $159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16 ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12 DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY $399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY $339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY $229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY $369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER ON PURCHASE OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDUT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.*SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED, SEE STORE FOR DEATILS. *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.SPECIAL FINANCING* Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft. 59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft. 15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTY LIFETIME WARRANTY $149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM $699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12 $799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY $449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY $399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY $549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24 $199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY $219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY $185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY $159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16 ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12 DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY $399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY $339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY $229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY $369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.SPECIAL FINANCING* Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft. 59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft.15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTYLIFETIME WARRANTY$149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM$699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12$599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12$799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY$449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY$549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24$199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY$219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY$185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY$159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY$339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY$229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY$369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.SPECIAL FINANCING* Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft.59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft.15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTYLIFETIME WARRANTY$149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM$699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12$599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12$799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY$449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY$549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24$199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY$219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY$185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY$159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16 ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY$339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY$229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY$369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.SPECIAL FINANCING* Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft.59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft.15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTYLIFETIME WARRANTY$149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM $699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12$599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12$799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY$449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY$549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24$199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY$219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY$185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY$159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY$339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY$229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY$369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER *SUBJECT TO APPROVAL. MINIMUM MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS.ON PURCHASES OF $999 OR MORE WITH YOUR FLOOR & DECOR CREDIT CARD 8/28/2014 THROUGH 10/13/2014.SPECIAL FINANCING* Limited Time! 18 MONTH OVER 40 STYLES AVAILABLE! OVER 120 STYLES AVAILABLE! LAMINATE MAPLE 3 STRIP 6MM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 49 sq.ft.59 sq.ft.SUMATRA TEAK 7MM RUSTIC HICKORY 12.3MM HERITAGE PINE PLANK 8MM $179 sq.ft. HAMPTON HICKORY 12.3MM 99 sq.ft.89 sq.ft.15 YEAR WARRANTY 10 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR WARRANTYLIFETIME WARRANTY$149 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TIGERWOOD BEVELED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY OVER 100 STYLES AVAILABLE! GLASS MOSAICS 99 each GLASS MIX MOSAIC 4MM$699 each BLUE MIX MOSAIC 8MM 12X12 $899 each VITTORIA MOSAIC 8MM 12X12$599 each SANTA CLARA BRICK 12X12 $499 each DOMINICA BRICK 12X12$399 each MOSAIC 4MM 12X12$799 each PURE SNOW STICK MIX 8MM 12X12 ENGINEERED HARDWOOD $299 sq.ft. MOCHA BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X515 YEAR WARRANTY$449 sq.ft. ASH ULTRA WIDE WHITE WASH HANDSCRAPED WIREBRUSH 9/16X7 1/2 50 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. TOBACCO BARN LOCKING HANDSCRAPED EXOTIC 3/8X5 LIFETIME WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. HICKORY BIRCH HANDSCRAPED 3/8X5 15 YEAR WARRANTY$549 sq.ft. 50 YEAR WARRANTYMONTPELLIER OAK ULTRA WIDE DISTRESSED WIRE BRUSHED 9/16X8 3/4$399 sq.ft. BRAZILIAN TEAK LOCKING EXOTIC 1/2X4 3/4 30 YEAR WARRANTY$299 sq.ft. TEAK BIRCH LOCKING 3/8X5 50 YEAR WARRANTY New !! flooranddecor.com OVER 50 STYLES AVAILABLE! TRAVERTINE $159 sq.ft. DALMATION WALNUT 18X18PRODUCT OF TURKEY$549 sq.ft. COTE D AZUR CHISELED 16X24$199 sq.ft. ANTIQUE CAPRI 18X18 $249 sq.ft. ANTIQUE PARMA PATTERN BRUSHED PRODUCT OF TURKEY$219 sq.ft. LATTE 18X18 PRODUCT OF TURKEY OVER 15 STYLES AVAILABLE! BAMBOO $129 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL NATURAL LOCKING 5/16X4 3/415 YEAR WARRANTY$185 sq.ft. SOLID CARBONIZED 5/8X3 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY$159 sq.ft. ENGINEERED VERTICAL CARBONIZED LOCKING 5/16X4 3/4 15 YEAR WARRANTY$349 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED MOCHA LOCKING 1/2X3 1/2 35 YEAR WARRANTY OVER 70 STYLES AVAILABLE! CERAMIC 67 sq.ft.BALBOA BEIGE 16X16ESTOCOLMO BEIGE 18X18 AZERA BEIGE 21X2169sq.ft.77sq.ft. SAMANA BEIGE 12X24ROTOROME ALMOND RECTIFIED 20X20 99sq.ft.$199 sq.ft. MADURO DARK 8X40 $179 sq.ft. LAS OLAS 24X24 $189 sq.ft. POMPANO BEACH 1914 W. ATLANTIC BLVD. POMPANO BEACH,FL 33069 954-317-0081 HIALEAH 3890 W. 18TH AVE. HIALEAH, FL 33012 786-837-0400 PEMBROKE PINES 13650 PINES BLVD PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027 954-266-3000 BOYNTON BEACH 1974 HIGH RIDGE RD. BOYTON BEACH, FL 33426 561-509-2020 OVER 30 STYLES AVAILABLE! MARBLE $189 sq.ft.DYNASTY CREAM 12X12DYNASTY CREAM 18X18$289 sq.ft. $549 sq.ft. SAHARA CARRARA 12X24 CREMA MARFIL 24X24$439 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF SPAIN NATURELLA POLISHED 24X24$489 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF ITALY SILVER FANTASY POLISHED 24X24$699 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY TERRA NUOVA BRUSHED 16X16$599 sq.ft. PRODUCT OF TURKEY$179 sq.ft. TUSCAN OLIVE HANDSCRAPED 12.3MM LIFETIME WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. PERLA WALNUT POLISHED 12X12 PRODUCT OF TURKEY$339 sq.ft. TROIA IVORY BRUSHED 16X16 PRODUCT OF TURKEY PRODUCT OF TURKEY$229 sq.ft. SOLID AUTUMN SPICE 3/8X3 5/8 35 YEAR WARRANTY$399 sq.ft. SOLID STRANDED COASTAL DRIFT HANDSCRAPED LOCKING 1/2X4 3/4 40 YEAR WARRANTY$369 sq.ft. ANTIQUE HANDSCRAPED LOCKING STRANDED ENGINEERED 1/2X4 3/4 35 YEAR WARRANTY GELA BRICK MARSALA BRICK CATANIA BRICK ART COPPER

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12 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.com Congratulations Charlotte!Our Heartfelt Congratulations to our dear friend and Boca Black Hat Society Leader, Charlotte Beasley on becoming the new Society Editor of e Boca Raton Tribune. We know she will do a fantastic job of reporting the society happenings in Boca Raton. Good Luck Charlotte!e Heizer Family Countess De Hoernle Boca Raton Mayor Susan Haynie Robert Beasley Melanie and Michael Conley Flossy Keesley Helene Weicholz Yvonne Boice and Al Zucaro Marleen Forkas Rosemary And Ben Krieger Armand And Gina Grossman Arlene Herson Patricia Riley Sid and Esther Dinerstein William Diamond Yaacov and Sue Heller Geralyn Lunsford Marilyn Gardner Karen Burke Eleanor Levy Elyssa Kupferberg Roz Goldberg Satz Carmen Uceda Linda Levin Cindy Pelton Chris Miller Sabina Fata Dr Abe and Gail Tenzer Diane Bishop Amelia Friedentag Betsy and Charles Wickard Marilyn Surette Rosemary OMara Johann Leigh Remy Mc Clendon Eileen Haber Dr. Phyllis Perkins, Ob/Gyn Linda and Ron Rich Norma Naimowitz Helen Nicozisis Kris Tadish Charlotte Horowitz Mariyn and Mark Swillenger Mari Blumstein Evalyn David Sheila Brooks Wendy Baum Maritza and Jim Mcintyre Ana Hilyer David Goldstein Gov. Scott and Charlotte BeasleyCharlotte Beasley and Christine Lynn at Soroptimist EventKelly Jackson, Andrew Schaller, Charlotte and Bob Beasley at Alzheimers BallCharlotte Beasley and First Lady Ann Scott at Meet and Greet at home of Armand and Gina GrossmanCharlotte and daughter, Melanie Conley on Norwegian Cruise ship Norwegian SkyAt Black Hat Convention in Jacksonville Charlotte and Countess DeHoernle and Marilyn Wick at the Wick eatre opening of Aint MisbehavinAt Flossy Keesleys 100th Birthday, Charlotte and Bob BeasleyCharlotte with Yvonne Boice Zucaro at Palm Beach State College Event

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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 1991Section B August 29, through September 4, 2014 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B August 22, 2014 Arts Trip to Italy a Delicious Lightweight ComedyENTERTAINMENT See page B3Darbster Foundation and Tri-County Animal Rescue (TCAR) Teamed Up for Successful MISSION OF MERCYResponding to an emergency call to rescue 19 purebred Labrador Retriever dogs and eight puppies from abuse, malnourishment, strapped puppy mill/backyard breeder in Lake Worth, Darbster Foundation and Tri-County Animal Rescue (TCAR) teamed up on a lifesaving mission of mercy to give these animals in distress a new leash on life. The number of lives saved have already increased by an additional 16 when two of the three who were pregnant gave birth this weekend to litters in the safe haven of the TCAR, the regions largest adoption center. When Ellen Quinlan and Alan Gould, founders of the Darbster Foundation, learned last week of the inhumane plight of the Labrador Retriever puppy mill residents, they initiated calls to area rescue shelters to assist and was pleased that TCAR not only responded within minutes of their outreach, but could take in all 19 dogs and puppies. To help with initial medical evaluation and care, the Darbster Foundation made a donation, however due to the neglect and seeking additional donations to underwrite and additional $20,000-$25,000 in veteri narian ER, medications, vitamins, birthing needs, and spaying and neutering services. TCAR operates solely on donations, grants, sponsorships and event and thrift shop proceeds; it receives does not City, State or treatment, food and medicines, or adoption services. According to dosomething.org, puppy mills are commercial dog-breeding facilities that head cost, and thus the health and welfare of the animals is often not a priority. To every time she is in heat which means a 10 litters of puppies. Whenever we learn of animals in distress, especially due large-scale crises such as natural disasters or puppy mill abuse, our team at Tri-County rescues in Palm Beach Istanbul, Turkey and the Bahamas, noted Suzi Goldsmith, TCAR co-founder and executive director. This puppy mill rescue was particularly challenging as so many were dehydrated, needed vitamins, and three were pregnant and severely underweight. Now that they are all getting the medical care and TLC they so desperately needed, you can these precious animals healthy and then reports that four of seven purebred adult male and female Labrador retrievers were adopted this weekend. The chocolate, yel low, gold-color Labs ranged from one to three-year-olds, with one six-year-old male. The others, including the young puppies, need two to three more weeks to be ready for adoption; the puppies are in isolation, but on view in a glass room. The moms and new litters of puppies will take six to eight weeks from birth before they can be adopted. We encourage pet lovers to adopt, not shop retailers that sell dogs and cats born in puppy mills and backyard breeders, said Alan Gould, noting that every year, retail pet stores across the U.S. sell 500,000 dogs, while 5 to 7 million dogs enter shelters. We are so pleased to be working with Tri-Coun ty on this mission of mercy with plans to do more collaboration to neutering and spaying of dogs and cats. On Wednesday, September 17th, the Darbster restaurant location in Boca Raton will be hosting a of all food purchases will be donated to support the work of the 100% No Kill rescue center. TCAR actively participates in Palm Beach County-focused efforts for the Countdown end euthanasia for adoptable dogs and cats in Palm Beach County within 10 years, as well as efforts by municipalities to ban puppy mills, or retailer who sell puppy mill dogs and cats. Chocolate Lab rescue named Cherry delivered first litter at TCAR on Saturday night; the 10 pups and Cherry will be ready for adoption in six to eight weeks.

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August 29, through September 4, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 199 Section B Charlotte Beasley Boca Society HappeningsPhotos by Charlotte BeasleyCharlottes Travels some spouses were treated to a wonderful lobster dinner at the Deer Creek C.C. 24 Divas and 5 spouses enjoyed a fun evening with the most delicious lobster, New England Clam Chowder, Salad, and Strawberry Shortcake. A great time was had by the whole group.Black Hat Divas Enjoy Lobsterfest At Deer Creek C.C. First Lady of Florida Ann Scott Visits Boca RatonI was invited to a meet and greet for First Lady of Florida, Ann Scott yesterday at the beautiful mansion of Armand and Gina Grossman on Camino Real as the guest of my friend, Rosemary O Mara. About 50 people attended this special event and were treated to having there pictures taken with the First Lady and to listening to her tell her story about how she met Gov. Scott as a young girl in high school when her family moved to St. Louis, Missouri. She told of how poor they were when they tresses as they had no furniture. Gov. Scotts father was a truckdriver and he was very poor in those days and Ann and riage. They were blessed to have two beauI met when I attended the Inauguration of Gov. Scott four years ago in Tallahassee. I fast and had the privlege of escorting many dignitaries into the event incuding former Gov. Bob Martinez. I became friendly with Gov. Scotts Mother, Esther Scott who sat at my table at the Inaugural Ball and we started corresponding, talking on the phone and emaiing each other. I had a wedding to attend in Alpharetta, Ga. and invited Esther Scott St.Louis and we were roommates for the wedding We had a blast of a great time in Georgia attending the wedding, going to visit CNN studios, a trip to Stone Mountain and visiting the home of Margaret Mitchell who wrote Gone with the Wind. Esther invited me to join her as her roommate in Orlando for Presidency 5 and I shared a room next door to the Gov. and Ann Scott and was invited by the Governor to join the family for breakfast the next morning. I got to meet the Scotts beautiful daughters and their handsome husbands, three beautiful grandsons, August, Quinton bastian. Grandma Esther who passed away last year would have been so proud of her beautiful family. I truly miss her so much. Mayor Susan Haynie and First Lady Ann Scott Armand Grossman, Ann Scott, and Gina Grossman Sid Dinerstein, Ann Scott, and Rosemary OMara Charlotte and Bob Beasley Divas Connie Hainline, Karen Burke, Remy McClendon and Carmen Uceda Mondessa Swift, Rusell McGraw and Johann LeighSue Snowdon, Gail Tenzer, Ann Scott and Cheryl Mullings Every loss of life due to mental illness is tragic. The Bernstein Family Foundation (BFF) was formed in 2007 to provide funding to organizations that are dedicated to offer critical therapeutic counseling for children and families in crisis. Overwhelm ing research suggests that therapeutic counseling, provided at the onset of a crisis, is the key to preventing the situation from spiraling out of control. The single greatest challenge we face, along with every other battle against mental health issues, is one of awareness. Every chance we get to raise ing, the discussion begins with the issue of the stigma surrounding these illnesses. It is hard to imagine that such a stigma still exists today. It is hard to believe that Robin Williams feared this stigma. As a result, we are unaware of a single person that has escaped the impact of mental illness. In our families, businesses, neighborhoods and schools, everyone has been touched. The time to end the stigma related to any aspect of mental illness is now. Both Deborah and I were saddened by the death of Robin Williams. In his life, he was a tonic for everyone and one can only imag erous gifts. As such, we feel compelled to Williams felt shame in his illness, imagine need help to reach out when they may need it most. The Bernstein Family Foundation is committed to helping raise awareness of how important it is, during a crisis, to have unobstructed access to the best mental health care available. In too many cases, the only obstruction is the fear of seeking help. The Mayo Clinic offers fantastic information about mental illness on their web site. Concerning the stigma issue: Some of the harmful effects of stigma can include: co-workers or others you know social activities cover mental illness treatmentSteps to cope with stigmaHere are some ways you can deal with stigma: Get treatment. You may be reluctant to admit you need treatment. Dont let the fear of being labeled with a mental illness prevent you from seeking help. Treatment can provide relief by identifying whats wrong and reducing symptoms that interfere with your work and personal life. Dont let stigma create self-doubt and shame. Stigma doesnt just come from others. You may mistakenly believe that your condition is a sign of personal weakness or that you should be able to control it without help. Seeking psychological counseling, educating yourself about your condition and connecting with others with mental illness can help you gain self-esteem and overcome destruc tive self-judgment. Dont isolate yourself. If you have a mental illness, you may be reluctant to tell anyone about it. Your family, friends, clergy or members of your community can offer you support if they know about your mental illness. Reach out to people you trust for the compassion, support and understanding you need. Dont equate yourself with your illness. You are not an illness. So instead of saying Im bipolar, say I have bipolar disorder. Instead of calling yourself a schizophren ic, say I have schizophrenia. Join a support group. Some local and national groups, such as the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), offer local programs and Inter net resources that help reduce stigma by educating people with mental illness, their families and the general public. Some state and federal agencies and programs, such as those that focus on vocational rehabilita health conditions. Get help at school. If you or your child has a mental illness and programs might help. Discrimination against students because of a mental health condition is against the law, and educators at primary, secondary and college levels are required to accommodate students as best they can. Talk to teachers, professors or administrators about the best approach and resources. If a teacher doesnt know about a students disability, it can lead to discrimina tion, barriers to learning and poor grades. Speak out against stigma. Consider expressing your opinions at events, in letters to the editor or on the Internet. It can help instill courage in others facing similar challenges and educate the public about mental illness. On the same day Robin Williams lost this were no options for them, no way to handle the affect of their illness. With the fear of being labeled, or looked down upon, or fearing the repercussions of asking for help, it is hard to imagine the despair they must feel. We will continue doing all we can to eradicate this deadly and costly obstruction for those in crisisFoundation Oers Critical Therapeutic Counseling For Children and Families in Crisis

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www.bocaratontribune.com Edition 199B3Section B August 29, through September 4, 2014 Entertainment Skip Sheffield Trip to Italy a Delicious Lightweight ComedyTake two bright British comedians, give them an unlimited expense account, send them to the most beautiful parts of Italy and let the camera run. Thats pretty much the total premise of The Trip to Italy, starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. Italy is actually a sequel to Michael WinThe Trip. On that adventure, Coogan and Brydon made a culinary tour of northern England. Obviously Italy is a lot more appealing visu ally and gastronomically, and thereby lies the charm of Trip to Italy. The premise is a follow-up to the English tour with added literary references. Steve and Rob will visit the places where famous British expatriate romantic poets lived, worked and died. We are talking Byron, Coleridge, Keats and Shelley. Of these only Samuel Taylor Coleridge lived to what could be called a mature age (61). George Gordon Lord Byron died at 36. Percy Bysshe Shelley age 25. But Trip to Italy is not about death. It is about the good life in world-class resorts, eating wonderful Italian food and being dazzled by exquisitely beautiful scenery. Oh, and it is about laughter. Both Coogan and Brydon are funny, witty performers, adept at improvisation. Brydon is a particularly good mimic and impressionist. In the course of travel Brydon imitates Woody Allen, Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Gore will talk of such weighty matters as death and the life of Casanova. They do not analyze the food they are eating. The critical response is usually Umm, good. I have been to Italy only once, when I was a lad of 21. I have wanted to return ever since. A treat for the senses, Trip to Italy urges me to do it again while I can.Rating: stars A Place for Mom is the nations largest senior living referral information service. We do not own, operate, endorse or recommend any senior living community. We are paid by partner communities, so our services are completely free to families. rfnn tnbn You can trust A Place for Mom to help you. Joan Lunden Call A Place for Mom. Our Advisors are trusted, local experts who can help you understand your options. Since 2000, weve helped over one million families nd senior living solutions that meet their unique needs. A Free Service for Families. Call: (800) 384-7910

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August 29, through September 4, 2014www.bocaratontribune.com B6 Edition 199 Section B ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune Robert J. Tamasy is vice president of communications for Leaders Legacy, Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. A veteran journalist, he has written Tufting Legacies (iUniverse); Business At Its Best: Timeless Wisdom from Proverbs for Todays Workplace (River City Press); and has coauthored with David A. Stoddard, The Heart of Mentoring (NavPress). For more information, see www.leaderslegacy.com or his blogs, www.bobtamasy.blogspot.com and www.bobtamasy.wordpress.com. FAITHBy Robert J. Tamasy SHEARSONFINANCIAL SERVICES,LLCMembers: FINRA, SIPCRichard StorferVice President(561) 866-9800 Guidance for Income Oriented Investors What Remains: The True Test of A LeaderIf 100 business executives were asked what they considered the characteristics of a good leader, they probably would provide 100 very different answers. But in terms of leaving a lasting legacy, it seems a mark of the best leaders is what remains after they have departed from the scene. Strong-minded, determined and driven leaders often can make things happen, willing their visions and dreams into reality. But a better measure of leadership manihave led those under their charge is revealed by what remains. Collins states the best leaders want to see their companies even more successful in the next generation, comfortable with the idea that most people wont even know that the roots of that success trace back to their efforts. Collins also described not-as-great lead reputation for personal greatness, (they) often failed to set the company up for success in the next generation. After all, what better testament to your own personal greatness than that the place falls apart after It is interesting to consider how the depar ture of two iconic business leaders affected cutting-edge enterprises they founded. personal magnetism built Apple into the most innovative company of its time. After the business stumbled mightily until he returned years later. Since his death, Apple again has struggled somewhat, and some experts wonder whether it will ever regain the stature it en ments, but not all leaders have the same long-range impact. In 1982, Al Neuharths visionary thinking was a ready market for it, and he capital ized on emerging technology to facilitate publication of the newspaper from coast to coast. When Neuharth died several months ago, at the age of 89, his legacy was set. After his daily involvement had ended, USA Today became entrenched as a media and communications institution, generationdescription. The Bible gives numerous examples of next generation thinking. Moses passed passes his mantle to Elisha. The greatest mission to a small band of disciples. Today, countless millions have become faithful fol Proverbs 29:18 says, Where there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint, but blessed is he who keeps the vision: Therefore go and make disciples erything I have commanded you (Matthew 28:19-20). Clearly they were faithful to their calling, their missions success now extend ing through countless generations. In your workplace, are leaders casting and modeling vision to be embraced by generaTed Bernstein is a third-generation licensed life insurance specialist and nationally recognized industry innovation expert in alternative distribution strategies and life insurance product development with decades of speaking out and advocating for changes on behalf of consumers. 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Feel free for more market statistics or what you are This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months within different price ranges in the area of Boca Raton Source: Public records data This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months at different prices per square foot in the area of Boca Raton Source: Public records data This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months within different price ranges in the area of Boca Raton Source: Public records data This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months at different prices per square foot in the area of Boca Raton Source: Public records data This chart shows the distri bution of homes reported sold in the past six months of di fferent sizes in the area of Boca Raton Source: Public records data This chart shows the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months according to the number of bedr ooms, in the area of Boca Raton Source: Public records data These charts show the distribution of homes reported sold in the past six months in different categories with different criteria. 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24 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comBy Marissa Obstbaum youth and clarity of your skin, but dont Now you dont have to. This revolutionary, non-invasive laser, The Time Machine Program, was created by Bradley Schoengood and Dr Ron Rubin who have been in the medical business for a combined 40+ years. These medical geniuses have created a device that turns back the hands of time without any down time nor any pain. Schoengood says his Time Machine is even com parable to Botox. Not only does this laser promote youth, it can erase skin impurities such as scars and acne lesions. The Time Machine works by effectively resurfacing the skins tissue, giving a smooth appearance to the skin. This device can also repair cellulite on different parts of the body and can even provide a limited butt lift. One of the most amazing parts of this products services is the modest price. A surgical procedure could have you scraping for pennies, while The Time Machine starts The medical professionals suggest 6 ses sions and follow ups to keep up with their skincare. One of the most popular procedures with this laser is the non-surgical facelift a.k.a the full makeover which as Schoengood claims smooths everything from the neck up with a more youthful appearing result. Patients will see a 15% to 20% improvement after each session. This procedure only takes about 45 minutes to an hour per session. The Time Machine Program is recommended for use every other day for the usual 6 treatments, for maximal results. This makes it convenient to achieve results as soon as possible. The only health risk while using this ma chine is harm to the eyes which can easily be avoided by wearing protective eyewear. As for any other risks, the manufacturer states that the lasers are safe and are nonablative. Bottom line, there is no down time, anes thesia, pain or cutting into the skin using this device which makes it ideal for anyone wanting a more youthful appearance. The only thing you will feel is slight warmth is also no potential scarring, redness, nor swelling during or after receiving a session from this device. Schoengood and Rubin have big plans for making this product international. Once everything is ready for distribution, they will be getting other doctors on board so that they will eventually be able to utilize this de and Miami are the only places in which The Time Machine can be found, but hopefully it will turn global very soon. The Time Machine Program Services Include: The Full Make Over Non-Surgical Face Lift of the Skins Tissues Skin Tightening The Time Machine also Specializes in the Removal of: Sun Spots Acne Scars Locations: Boca Raton, 801 Meadows Rd, Suite 109, Boca Raton, Florida 33486. North of The Aventura Mall at 2954-B Aventura Blvd, Miami, FL 33180.BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Frans Chicken Haven Delivering the Best Fried Chicken In Town for Over 50 YearsFor most people when they think of fried is Kentucky Fried Chicken. Not too long a similar idea, but this time in Boca Raton, Florida. In 1964, the Geraces started what is now one of the oldest fried chicken restaurants in town, and its success is at tributed to over 50 years of great food and great service. running the place for 38 years, Fran and gone through a total of four owners since are brothers who grew up in Boca and had always wanted to open a restaurant of their own. Ive been in the restaurant business for a long time as a bartender said Chris, dad Mike Stuart owns a landscaping company and takes care of the lawn at the plaza ter hearing that the previous owner wanted out, he told the boys this place had a lot of potential but needed to be put back on its feet. Mike used to work at the restaurant de theres any other restaurant thats older than this one and that is still in business. We got a letter from the city thanking us for keeping it open, even the neon sign on the front was grandfathered in by the city. You wont see one like it anywhere else in town. Frans has not only remained in the same location but the secret recipe for the chicken is unchanged. After going through changes on the menu made by previous owners, who wanted to try their own way, the Stuarts have made sure to maintain Fran been made to the menu, however, with the addition of: fried Oreos and fried Twinkies for dessert, fried shrimp and clam strips, fried pickles, onion rings, and mushrooms. The goal is simplicity, Our chicken comes in fresh, never frozen, and we try to keep the menu simple: fried chicken, fries, cole slaw and a roll. The regular chicken takes 15 minutes to fry and the tenders take seven, explains Chris. One item on the menu is the currently trending Fried Chicken and gain popularity. Maintaining the traditions of Frans Chicken was crucial to the Stuarts before reopening the restaurant, so Mike made sure to go it was that got them up every morning for We stayed in business because if you take care of the community, the community will take care of you. This concept of bring ing the community together continues with the Stuarts involvement in several local organizations such as Propel, the Boca Elks Lodge, as well as FAU Basketball, Football, and Baseball. Frans has become such an important part of the Boca community that even those who grew up here but moved away still come back for a piece of the famous chicken, like Karen Eaton Kelly. She explains, I started going to Frans back in the 60s in elementary school with my mom. I always remember Fran looking so made up like a movie star and she was always very sweet to me. It was the best fried chicken we have ever had. As I grew up and got married I would still drive to Boca and pick it up for my husband. For Sheryl Schindler, coming to Frans was we had when the family moved here in 71. For our birthdays, we could pick what we it is Frantastic! Some locals describe going to Frans was not just about the chicken but about watching a performance of The Fran Show. Debbie Marshall recalls, Fran was at somebody. It was interesting to sit there (as a child) and just watch her as we waited for our food. She was demanding, but also knew what she was doing and delivered up the best chicken you would ever eat, fried chicken lovers who keep coming back for more after 50 years, there is no doubt that Frans is at the top of the list for the best restaurants in town. With the Stuarts ownership and efforts to bring back the traditions so dear to fans of the restaurant, Frans is located at 1925 N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL 33432 Hours of Operation: 11-8pm (Mon-Sat); 12-7pm (Sunday) Take-out, Delivery, and Dine-in3-piece Dinner Revolution in Skincare: The Time Machine

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Edition 19927for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comAugust 29, through September 4, 2014SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune FAU Stadium Field To Be Named In Honor Of Legendary Football Coach coaching career and was the driving force that helped Florida Atlantic University build the Owls play their home games will bear the name of one of college footballs most accomplished program-builders. sitys Boca Raton campus will be named the man who coached the Owls during 2011 campaign with 158 victories during 27 years as a head coach at four Football Bowl Subdivision institutions. FAUs Board of Trustees approved the Wednesday, Aug. 20. I am humbled beyond belief that the Uni versity would bestow this great honor on the Schnellenberger family, and me personally, said Schnellenberger. This is prob ably the highlight of my coaching career. Thanks to the FAU Board of Trustees, the University, the fans, the players and the coaches that were an integral part of this. A ceremony to honor Schnellenberger will of the season at FAU Stadium on Saturday, will make a special presentation at halftime. FAU hosts Tulsa, with the kickoff scheduled for 7 p.m. It will be the fourth season for the Owls in the 29,419-seat on-campus stadium. Coach Schnellenberger is a legend a true visionary who always will be synonymous with FAU football, said FAU President and fans of college football everywhere look to Coach as the consummate leader, and are thankful for all he has done for the sport. I know FAU will always remember this as we cheer our team on the beautiful Schnellenberger welcomed the idea of bringing football to FAU in 1998. Dur ing his tenure as FAUs coach, the Owls garnered two bowl victories and one Sun Belt Conference championship. Twenty of his FAU players have signed professional Football League. An assistant coach on the Miami Dolphins 1972 undefeated Super Bowl championship team, Schnellenberger made his greatest has been highly chronicled throughout championship as coach at the University of Miami in 1983 to ushering the University of Louisville program from near obscurity to a top 20 national ranking. Schnellenberger went 6-0 as a head coach in bowl games, the most bowl victories for a coach with a perfect record. After reaching the goal of bringing football to FAU the Owls played its inaugural season in 1999 Schnellenberger embarked on the challenge of getting a stadium built in order to move the program to the next level. FAU Stadium opened on Oct. 15, 2011, with the Owls hosting Western Kentucky. The open-air stadium features 6,000 premium seats, including 24 suites, 26 loge boxes, 1,000 premier club seats and 4,000 priority club seats. We are thankful we have the opportunity to honor Coach Schnellenberger with the Chun, FAUs vice president and director forever changed Florida Atlantic University. To permanently honor Coach Schnellenberger will serve as a great reminder to all who enter our stadium of his vision, impact and legacy. Schnellenberger played for Paul Bear Bryant at the University of Kentucky and served as an assistant to Bryant at the Allen (Los Angeles Rams) and Don Shula (Dolphins), and served as head coach of the Baltimore Colts during the 1973 season and of three games in 1974. Schnellenberger was hired as FAUs director coached FAUs inaugural game on Sept. 1, 2001, against Slippery Rock at Pro Player Stadium in Miami. Under Schnellenbergers leadership, the Owls won the New Or leans Bowl in 2007, marking the quickest a program had advanced to a bowl game after moving to Division I-A, which was later renamed the Football Bowl Subdivision. FAU also won the Motor City Bowl the following season.

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28 -Edition 199 August 29, through September 4, 2014 www.bocaratontribune.comThe Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS SportsFAU Womens Soccer Battles To 2-2 Tie with Stetson Atlantic University womens soccer team fought to a double-overtime tie with Stet son on Sunday afternoon. The Owls (1-0-1) struck early when senior career goal off of a corner kick fromClaire Emslie, giving FAU a 1-0 lead in the 28th minute. half, with each team recording one save. A penalty kick early in the second half set FAU up for an insurance goal. Newcomer Taylor Townsend drilled the shot into the right side of the net in the Owl. board. A corner kick from Eduarda Pavao the rebound, cutting the lead to 2-1. after that as Pavao earned a goal of her own on an unassisted breakaway. FAU takes to the road for a trip to Cali fornia to play Pepperdine on Aug. 29 and Cal Poly on Aug. 31. The Owls next home game is slated for Sept. 14 against Brown. FAUs Brandin Bryant Set for Historic HomecomingFlorida Atlantic Univeersitys standout defensive lineman returns to his home state as the Owls open the football season at Nebraska a university where Bryants while breaking barriers in the mid-1950s. Brandin Bryant knew a homecoming was possible when he was being recruited to play football at Florida Atlantic Univer sity. Now with FAUs season opener at the University of Nebraska on the horizon, the junior defensive lineman knows it will be an emotional experience. When they put this game on the schedule, not only to play my childhood team which I looked up to, but to go back home and play in front of my family, my mom and dad, and the friends who never get to see me play ... Im looking forward to it, said Bryant. A high school star in Omaha, Neb., Bryant will help lead the Owls into Memorial Sta dium in Lincoln to kick off the 2014 cam paign against the 22nd-ranked Cornhuskers on Aug. 30 at 3:30 p.m. The game will be televised on the Big Ten Network and mark tion of new coach Charlie Partridge. The city Bryant now calls home, Boca Raton, Fla., is located 1,600 miles from Lincoln. But Boca Raton today is a lifetime away from the South Florida region Bryants grandfather, Charles Bryant, encountered when he visited Miami for the 1955 Orange American player in modern Cornhuskers history in 1952. When he played in the Orange Bowl, he didnt get to stay in the same hotel with the team, Brandin Bryant says of his grandfa When you are a kid, you dont really under stand. But when I got older and read a lot about history, how hard it was for people of color, I really understood what he was going through. Nebraska lost that Orange Bowl to Duke on New Years Day 1955, but just playing in the game was the accomplishment for Charles Bryant, who passed away in 2004 at the age of 71. Thats a time and age that to be quite hon est Im glad I didnt have to experience. I cant imagine it, said Plantation, Fla., native Partridge, who experienced his own homecoming when he was named FAUs head coach on Dec. 7, 2013. of Fame in 1987, Charles Bryant starred in braska without a scholarship as a freshman, and despite being 5-foot-11 and sub-200 pounds as a lineman, went on to a distin guished college career while earning All-Big Seven Conference honors. In 2000, Omaha the schools top 50 list of all-time players. After college, Charles Bryant taught and coached in Omaha and Council Bluffs, head coach in the Omaha metropolitan area when he was named wrestling coach School in 1962. My grandfather helped me have a great always teaching me. I am looking forward to going (to Nebraska) and honoring him. We play the same position and my whole family talks about him all the time and they com pare us and say how proud he would be. Brandin Bryant started and played in every FAU game in 2013, ranking 16th in Confer ence USA with six sacks for a loss of 35 Owls continues his familys football legacy. In addition to his grandfather, Bryants father, Robert, was an All-American at the University of Southern Colorado in 1977. Asked to anticipate his last thought for the moment before he runs onto the Memorial needed very few words to express what hell be thinking. Im back!Lynn Mens Soccer Picked Third in Preseason SSC PollLynn Universitys mens soccer team was Conference as announced in the preseason coaches poll on Wednesday. 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