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2 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. INDEXCommunity News Page 03 Municipal News Page 07 Food Review Page 14 Section B Page 15 Business Page 27 Columnists Page 32 Games Page 34 Pet Society Page 34 Sports Page 35Quote of the Week:For wisdom will enter your heart, and knowl edge will be pleasant to your soul. Proverbs 2: 10 Copyright 2011 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the propery of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. The publishers reserve the right to edit all submissions and to reject any advertising or copy they regard as harmful to the publications good or deemed to be libelous. The publisher is not responsible for the articles written by its columnists. The publishers are not responsible for typographical errors, omissions or copy or photos misrepresented by the advertiser. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the portion of space occupied by such error or advertising items or information. All editorials are publisher and not of any individual editorial writer. Signed columns, on of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune.The Boca RatonTribune mailing address: P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Blvd., Suite 212 Boca Raton Fl, 33432 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bocaratontribune.com For general information : Fax: Chris Catoggio email@example.com Angelo Lima, Marguax Vickers, Claudio Paes & Joseph Riopel Marjorie BrandnerPhotographers:Nicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer Barbara McCormick Klaiton SilvaMarcos Gemal Proud Member of:2010-2011 The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. BriefsThe Boca Raton Tribune Bring YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR The Boca Raton Tribune home with you. RECEIVE THE PAPER from the comfort of your HOME! www.thebocaratontribune.comStay in touch with whats happening in BOCA RATON! Edition 66 LEADS GROUP 4 Date / Time: Friday, Sept 23 / 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Where: Boca Chamber Boardroom (1800 N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton) YEA! INFORMATIONAL MEETING FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS Date / Time: Monday, Sept 26 / 6:00 p.m. to 7: 00 p.m. Where: Boca Chamber Boardroom (1800 N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton) AFTER-HOURS NETWORK Date / Time: Tuesday, Sept 27 / 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Where: Oceans 234 (234 N. Ocean Blvd, Deerfield Beach) LEADS GROUP 5 Date / Time: Wednesday, Sept 28 / 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Where: Boca Chamber Boardroom (1800 N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton) LEADS GROUP 3 Date / Time: Wednesday, Sept 28 / 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Where: Boca Chamber Boardroom (1800 N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton) FROM HOW TO WOW Date / Time: Thursday, Sept 29 / 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Where: Boca Chamber Boardroom (1800 N. Dixie Highway, Boca Raton) The following activities are planned at Florida Atlantic University Friday, September 23, 3 p.m. Peace Studies Film Series: 40 Years of Media Activism: From Black Liberation to Smashing the State Performing Arts Building, room 101, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Free and open to the public. The FAU Peace Studies Film Series provides an opportunity to discuss the pressing issues related to peace, conflict and social justice. Friday, September 23 through Sunday, October 2 Theatre: Cloud 9 Studio One Theatre, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Tickets: $20; FAU rates and group rates available 800-564-9539 or www.fauevents.com This sexy satire is a biting appraisal of societys disposition towards marriage and family, gender roles, race and the politics of each. The time-warping, gender bending and cross-dressing play is recommended for those 16 and over. Saturday, September 24, 7 p.m. Concert: FAU Piano Faculty Gala University Theatre, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Free, with suggested donation of $10 561-297-3853 The program includes music by Rachmaninoff, Kreisler, Liszt, Chopin, Beethoven and more. FAU faculty performing include Anne Louise-Turgeon, Heather Coltman, Irena Kofman, Krisztina Kover and Leonid Treer. Tuesday, September 27 through Saturday, November 12 Biennial Faculty Art Exhibition Schmidt and Ritter Galleries, FAU Boca Raton, 777 Glades Road Free; obtain parking pass at FAU information booth Information: 561-297-2966 or fau.edu/galleries Featuring the works of 37 faculty artists in a variety of media and artistic styles, from traditional drawing, painting and sculpture to video and photographic works. Exhibition open 1-4.Boca Chamber of Commerce events schedule
3 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON -The Palm Beach County Art Teachers Association Members exhibition at the Sugar Sand Park fea tures original art works by 11 of the countys art teachers and community members. The exhibit opened with a reception Sept. 3 and will continue through Sept. 29. Sugar Sand Park is located at 300 S. Military Trail in Boca Raton. For information, call 561-3473900 or visit www.sugarsandpark.org. The exhibition offers PBCATA an opportunity to complete their mission of supporting art educa tion and promoting art as a means of communication for each individual. Featured artists include Brent Bludworth, Jerilyn Brown, Barbara Brubaker, Bonnie Bruner, Jennifer Love-Gironda, Cynthia Oakes Sharon Salansky, Gwenn Seuling, Elaine Stecker, Linda Stevenson and Bonnie Yorston-Hollihan.Exhibition at Sugar Sand Park in Boca to feature teacher, community art worksBoca Raton was clearly well on its way to becoming a mecca for contemporary jazz, and that prediction has certainly come true. This past Friday night, at The Funky Biscuit (formerly named Club 303) in Royal Palm Place, the venue was jam-packed with people who had been waiting months to see the one and only Jackiem Joyner, many of whom had come from cities all across Florida. He and the band played two sets, for well over 2 hours of great jazz, and the response from the crowd was overwhelming. Quotes from attendees included: THANKS Royal Palm for these awesome jazz shows.....LOVE!, What a fabulous concert! He put on an awesome show, Jackiem Joyner put on a great show tonight..., Last night was GREAT, can't wait to see who will be coming in the future; what a fantastic night out!!! Thanks!, Thanks again Jacqui for outdoing yourself! I had such a wonderful evening last night! Really looking forward to the beginning of a fabulous 2011-2012 Royal Palm Place Jazz Series! Thanks to everyone that help to make these events possible, This show was HOT, My husband and I are huge smooth jazz fans. We went to the Funky Biscuit last Friday night to see Jackiem Joyner and brought two friends with us. None of us had been there before. We had a blast!!!! The food was very good, and we loved the show. Thanks! Were looking forward to the next smooth jazz event So what makes Jackiem Joyner so special? He tells a story without words, with an instrumental voice that includes a tenor sax in addition to his trademark alto and soprano horns that are deeply rooted in the rich soil of soulful expression and raw emotion. Listening to him Friday night was an amazing experience. This performer can make his sax wail, growl, and everything in between. Friday night included selections from all three of his CDs, and they were all hits with the crowd. His self-titled album, Jackiem Joyner, arrived hot on the heels of his 2008 sophomore release, Lil Man Soul, which generated two #1 singles. Topping the smooth jazz radio charts for an incredible 12 weeks, Im Waiting For You was the longest-running #1 single in 2009 and was nominated for Song of the Year at the 2010 American Smooth Jazz Awards. In 2010 the albums Take Me There climbed to the summit position and set up camp. Babysoul, Joyners first album, debuted at #15 on the Billboard chart in 2007 led by the single Stay With Me Tonight, a duet with iconic smooth jazz guitarist Peter White. Smooth Jazz News actually named Joyner the Debut Artist of the Year. Around the time Jackiem launched his solo ca reer, he became a featured musician in keyboardist Keiko Matsuis touring band and continues to tour internationally with her, for whom he plays sax and The Royal Palm Place Jazz Series, which kicked o last November, continues to bring electrifying mega-talented musicians from around the country to Boca Raton. flute. Along with Matsui, in recent years Jackiem has performed onstage with Peter White, Gerald Albright, Joe Sample and the late Wayman Tisdale. As an artist, he is maturing and has the confidence to take risks, pushing the envelope creatively. Versatile and blessed with an intuitive gift, Joyner is a definitely a star that has yet to reach its zenith. The jazz series was created by Jacqui Wyatt, Director of Marketing for Investments Limited and co-host of the popular radio show The Talk of The Town, which took the #1 spot in Boca Raton Maga zines Ultimate It List The Boca 100 this year. Helping her bring it all together has been none other than Steve Butler, CEO of Mighty Music Corp. in New York, who is responsible for the fabulous talent lineup. So what do we all have to look forward to as the series begins its second year? Next up is the Season Preview Show on Friday, October 28th with Urban Gypsy...November 19th we have Doin' the D with Alexander Zonjic and special guest Jeff Lorber. As far as the rest of the lineup for the season is concerned, well all just have to stay tuned as we hear Jacqui, Steve and The Funky Biscuit have some major surprises in store for us.
4 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL rf n rrt b rfr n t bn r r r r r r f n tr b n r r r f ntb b bbb t t t f f t f b b b b b t fr r f n Historical Society to present lecture on Women of Boca Army Air FieldAubrey Kintop will speak about Women of the Boca Raton Army Air Field Oct. 19 at the Boca Raton Historical Society. BOCA RATON The Boca Raton Historical Society will present a lecture about Women of the Boca Raton Army Air Field during World War II Aubrey Kintop will offer the lecture Oct. 19 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Old Town Hall at 71 North Federal Highway. That building is the headquarters of the Boca Raton Historical Society. Kintop, a former intern of the Boca Ra ton Historical Society, recently received her masters degree in history from Florida Atlantic University and currently serves as FAU adjunct professor specializing in American history. She will discuss her research on civilian and military women of the Boca Raton Army Air Field during World War II. Tickets are $5 for non-members of the museum, free for BRHS members. Reservations are required. For more information, call 561-395-6766 ext 101, or visit www.bocahistory.org. BOCA RATON -The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Golden Bell Education Foundation has hit the million dollar mark. On the recent occasion of the Foundations 20th anniversary, officials noted that more than $1 mil lion has been donated to Boca Raton public schools since 1991. At this years Golden Bell Foundation breakfast held Sept. 8 at the Boca Raton Marriott at Boca Center, more than $55,000 in educational program grants were handed out. In 1991, a group of business leaders developed Golden Bell to raise and appropriate funds to our local classrooms, said Troy M. McLellan, CCE, president and CEO of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. They knew then, as we know now, that a strong education system ensures the sustainability of our communitys success throughout the years. Since then, the local business community has stepped up to support Golden Bell and we look forward to another 20 years of giving back. The breakfast was sponsored by Bluegreen Corporation. We want to congratulate Bluegreen Corpora tion on their own anniversary celebration, as they are celebrating 20 years of operations in Boca Ra ton, McLellan said. We are lucky to have strong business partners, like Bluegreen, who are so en gaged in our community. More than 240 Boca Chamber members and guests attended the Golden Bell breakfast. The grant recipients included: A.D. Henderson University School Boca Raton Charter schools. Del Prado Elementary School J. C. Mitchell Elementary School Sandpiper Shores Ele mentary School Sunrise Park Elementary Waters Edge Elementary School Whispering Pines Ele mentary School Boca Raton Community Middle School Don Estridge High Tech Middle School Omni Middle School Boca Raton Community High School Olympic Heights Community High School West Boca Community High School George Snow Scholarship Fund.Golden Bell Scholarship tolls the million dollar mark
5 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. G SGislene Schurman, MS, LMHC Psychotherapy954.801.7270 English, Portuguese, Spanish Adults, Teenagers, Children Psychotherapy The Boca Raton Tribune COMMUNITY NEWS East/West Boca Raton, FL Cobbler Twelve SHOE REPAIRQuality Shoe Care With...816 SE 9th Suite B, Palm Plaza Deereld Beach, LF 33441 954-426-1930We x boots, shoes, belts & leather jackets! Alterations & Designs 954-698-5198 Formerly located in Publix Plaza have moved to Palm Plaza, North West of 10th Street. SW 10th Street Hillsboro Blvd S Dixie Hwy Federal HwySE 9th Street TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read BOCA RATON -Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County and Broken Sound Club recently joined in a Raise the Roof ceremony marking the construction start on a zDelray Beach familys home. The home, Habitats 95th in South Palm Beach County, is being built with the generous support of Broken Sound Club. The Club donated $50,000 for the build, and staff members have pledged 200 volunteer hours. Habitats important work makes a world of difference to families in our area. We are excited to help realize one familys dream of having a home to call their own, said John Crean, COO and General Manager of Broken Sound Club in Boca Raton.Broken Sound Clubs $50,000 donation helps raise the roof for construction of 95th Habitat house From left, Michael Campbell, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity, and members of the Broken Sound Club team: Ivan Snyder, Club President; John Crean, COO/General Manager; Ed Cichielo, Clubhouse Manager; David Payne, Facilities Manager; Cathy Grana, Assistant General Manager; Maureen Schreiber, Membership Director; Tim Nelson, Food & Beverage Director; Jennifer Chavez, Controller; Dianne Hart, Finance Director; Patrick Tiwari, Housekeeping Director From left are members of the Broken Sound Club Team: Tim Nelson, Food & Beverage Director; Maureen Schreiber, Membership Director; Cathy Grana, Assistant General Manager; Ivan Snyder, Club President; Ed Cichielo, Clubhouse Manager; John Crean, COO/General Manager; Dianne Hart, Finance Director.Home ownership provides a stable foundation for a child to live and grow. Having the support from Broken Sound Club allows us to continue to share the great opportunity of giving back to a community of people in need. Those who have more are willing to share with those who have less. Broken Sound is truly a giving and caring community, saidMichael Campbell, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity. BOCA RATON The Palm Beach County Sheriffs office has confirmed that Robert Kovacs is considered a person of interest in the shooting death last week of his estranged wife, Bozena Kovacs, 49, whose body was found last Friday in the familys rented home in the Coral Bay community in Boca Chase west of Boca Raton. PBSO notified the Boca Raton Tribune on Tuesday, Sept. 20, that Kovacs was arrested by Fort Lauderdale Police and the South Florida U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force on a misdemeanor warrant Viola tion of Pretrial Release/ No Contact Order. Kovacs has been booked into the Broward County Sheriffs Office Jail. By late Tuesday, the PBSO notification said, detectives had not had the opportunity to question Kovacs regarding the suspicious death of this wife. Kovacs, 44, was arrested at a Pollo Tropical restaurant on Federal Highway near Southeast 17th Street in Fort Lauderdale between 5 and 6 p.m. on Tuesday, officials said. Investigators said they received a tip that he has at a local hotel. PBSO said that marshals had been tracking Kovacs through the weekend and received information about the hotel on Sunday when the surveillance started, he said. Investigators said Bozena Kovacs died of a single gunshot to her head. Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office spokesman Eric Davis said her 21-year-old daughter discovered her mother's body early Friday in the bedroom of their home in the 18000 block of Clear Brook Circle. Bozena Kovacs' daughter had gone out with friends about 8 p.m. on Thursday. When she returned home between 1:30 and 1:45 a.m. she found the garage door open. Her stepfather's black Cadillac was missing, Davis said. Reports say Bozena Kovacs and her two grown children moved into the home in the Coral Bay community in Boca Chase about three weeks ago. Her husband followed last week, according to reports.Husband named person of interest in death of West Boca woman
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7 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.BOCA RATON Boca Raton Police are investigating a jewelry robbery that occurred about 9:50p.m. Sept. 13. Officers responded to a report of an armed robbery in the parking garage of 1515 South Federal Highway. A police report said the victim told officers he was emptying trash into the dumpster in a room on the first level of the parking garage. A male approached him, pointed a silver handgun at him and demanded his jewelry. The victim gave the suspect his gold ring and gold necklace. The suspect fled on foot in a southwest direction, police said. The victim was not injured. The robber was said to be black male in his early to mid 20s, about 6 feet tall, thin, with short hair. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call Detective Chris Suarez at (561) 620-6146 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.Man robbed of his jewelry in Boca RatonGovernor Rick Scott has issued a proclamation honoring Floridas 24 regional Workforce Alliance job-locating organizations by declaring September as Workforce Development Month. The proclamation ac knowledges the valuable services provided by the regional workforce orga nizations to employers and job seekers statewide. In Palm Beach County, where Workforce Alliance Career Centers are located in Boca Raton, West Palm Beach and Belle Glade, the agency placed 12,771 people in jobs in its most recent program year (July 2010 to June 2011) a 19 percent increase over the previous year. In fact, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ranks Florida No. 1 in the nation for its workforce and training programs in its most recent annual evaluation. During the past two years, economic conditions in Florida and Palm Beach County have been among the hardest-hit in the na tion, with unemployment rates ranging from 1 percent to 3 percent higher than the national average. Workforce Alliance has been instrumental in helping record numbers of area job seekers enter or reenter the workforce, said Steve Craig, the agencys interim chief executive officer. Workforce Alliance also provides services to employers, including recruitment, assessments and referrals of qualified job candidates, grants for training new or existing employees, and outplacement assistance. During Workforce Development Month, Workforce Alliance Ca reer Centers are offering more than 100 classes and workshops on topics such as basic computer skills, how to search online for jobs, resume writing and effective job interviewing techniques.Workforce Alliance cited for record number of job placements Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON Local police are searching for the suspect who tore a gold necklace from a man as he was walking near the Florence Fuller Child Development Center at 200 NE 14th St. about 8:10 a.m. Sept. 14. Police said the victim told them he had taken his child to the center and was walking home between the school and Dixie Manor, when a male walked towards him. According to police, he grabbed the vic tims necklace and ripped it off his neck. The victim chased the suspect north to the area of NE 2nd Court where he lost sight of him when the suspect jumped the fence that surrounds Dixie Manor. The suspect was said to be place, 20-30 years of age, 5 10 tall, with short hair, wearing a light blue tshirt and dark shorts. Anyone with informa tion about the incident is asked to call Detective Scott Hanley at (561) 3381344 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.Boca Police say suspect grabbed gold necklace from man BOCA RATON Officials from Boca Raton and Palm Beach County remain at odds over the future of a proposed project that would widen sections of Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton and West Boca. The proposal covers sections of the road within the city limits and in county territory. But the county cannot complete its widening work unless the city agrees to do the same on its section. Boca and Palm Beach County officials met Thursday to start hammering out an agreement on the controversial widening of Palmetto Park Road, but could reach no agreement. The mediation meeting Sept. 15 was requested by the City of Boca Raton. County Commissioner Steven L. Abrams, who represents Boca Raton and its environs, said he is still opposed to the plan that would widen the road through residential neighborhoods and community parks, particularly when the traffic engineers advise that the road will still remain at a deficient level of service. County Engineer George Webb told the Boca Raton City Council months ago that Palmetto Park Road would still be rated as F even after the work is done. As the meeting came to a conclusion, county commissioners said they need more information about the traffic impacts of abandoning the project. They also want input from residents west of Florida's Turnpike, said Commission Chairwoman Karen Marcus. "I want to make sure that I've considered all the options that are in the area, and I don't think we have the information here today," Marcus said. "I don't want to be back here in 10 or five or eight years saying, 'Oh, we've got to make this intersection improvement.' The project would widen Palmetto Park Road by one lane in each direc tion from west of Interstate 95 to west of St. Andrews Boulevard. Residents along the road have strongly objected to it, and the Boca Raton City Council adopted a resolution earlier this year asking the county to kill the plan. The widening would affect the intersection of Palmetto Park Road and Military Trail intersec -Boca, PB County remain at odds over Palmetto Park Road project Boca Raton and Palm Beach County officials meet to discuss the fate of the Palmetto Park Road widening project.tion, but it would decrease traffic wait times there by about 30 seconds during rush hours, said Webb. But he added that the level of service at the intersection would remain an F.
8 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Letters must be signed with name clearly legible along with a phone number and complete address. ters will be considered for publication. The Boca Raton Tribune reserves the right to edit the letters for The Boca Raton Tribune, P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497spelling, grammar, news style, good taste and available space. Letters from the same author will not be published more often than E-mails to columnists may be used as letters to the editor.Letter Guidelines By Dale King Letters to the Editor The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS/LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher C.E.OC.O.O. C.M.0 Managing Editor Associate Editor Saturday will be a very special day for a very special woman in Boca Raton. Thats when Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle, will mark her 99th birthday Whether we realize it or not, we all have something to thank her for. If we have ever visited the Boca Raton Museum of Art or the Mizner Park Amphitheater; if we have ever gotten help from the American Red Cross, Boca Raton chapter; if we have ever attended classes at Florida Atlantic University, Lynn University or Palm Beach State College, then we have been helped by her tremendous largesse. Either she alone or with her husband, the late Count Adolph de Hoernle, has given uncountable millions of dollars to those and many, many other organizations. If you were present this past Monday at the Peter Blum Family YMCA here in Boca, you would have seen the many sides of the Countess. The pre-school kids there honored her for donations to the Y which resulted in the creation of the pre-school and also with the youth development center. The Countess posed for pictures of the children as they presented her with gifts they crafted with their own hands. The Countess smiled with much joy, exhibiting her obvious love of children. He is the quintessence of humility. Then, everyone headed to a small conference room for cake. Joining the crowd was Flossy Keesely, another Boca benefactor and friend of the countess. Amid flashing camera strobes, the Countess greeted the kids, hugged them and whispered words in their ears. This YMCA has been privileged to have this relationship with the Countess, said CEO Richard Pollack. She has been active as a board member and a volunteer. If you dont believe the Countess is a handson person, think again. She employs no ac countants or number crunchers. She spends her nights poring over requests for donations until early morning. She alone decides who receives what, and how much. As she has wisely said many times, Give while you live so youll know where it goes. My wife and I feel very, very lucky to have become friends with the Countess. We have been graced with the opportunity to meet with her at her home in St. Andrews South. She is a gracious lady who has many wonderful stories to tell many of which transcend the dollars she has given over the years. The year 2011 is sig nificant to the Countess in several ways. Not only is she marking her 99th birthday, but 2011 is also the 30th anniversary of the arrival of the Count and Countess de Hoernle in Boca Raton. There are so many stories about this wonderful and loving couple who made Boca Raton and the surrounding area the recipients of their generosity. One of the first dona tions the couple made well, actually she made it to her husband was to purchase the old Florida East Coast Railroad Sta tion as a birthday present to him, thus saving a historic building and allowing the Boca Raton Historical Society to turn it into a community facility as well as a learning site. I remember covering the grand opening of the Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle Building in West Palm Beach, the location of Childrens Home Society. She and her husband also endowed a building at the Palm Beach State College campus in Lake Worth. So, their financial assistance sometimes went beyond the Boca borders. But she loves Boca, her newfound home town. The Countess was born in Germany, but came to the United States in her youth. She was fascinated by rooms in hospitals where plaques listed the name of donors. She wanted very much to see her name on one of her plaques. And she did that, first in New York, and since then, in many places around South Florida. She is truly one of a kind. As Flossy said at the birthday event at the Y, I believe no other community has as much coopera tion as the Countess has given to Boca Raton.At age 99, Countess de Hoernle still makes her presence known in Boca RatonTo the Editor: I just wanted to remind you that the Greater Boca Ra ton Chamber of Commerce Young Entrepreneurs Academy, YEA! in partnership with the Adams Center for Entrepreneurship on the FAU Campus is ready to accept applications for students who have demonstrated creativity, academic effort, enthusiasm, and ability to communicate and a commitment to their community. Applicants should be responsible students, 11-18 years old who pursue goals with tenacity. Prior business experience not required. An informational meeting will be held Monday, September 26th, 6-7pm, at the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. Application deadline is October 14th. Sincerely Beth Johnson Executive VP and YEA! Program Manager Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce To the Editor The Buzz Agency is thrilled to announce we are moving into our new offices this week at 100 W. Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach! The agency would also like to give a special THANK YOU to Kristy Hartofilis of Whelchel Partners Real Estate Services for all your help with this! TBA is excited to welcome the City of Boca Raton/Police Athletic League to our growing list of clients/partners! Sincerely, The Buzz Team
9 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune EDITORIALS & LETTERS East/West Boca Raton, FLBy Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. By Douglas Heizer Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. is a Florida resident who, for many years, was a professor at the post-graduate level. received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida. Love must be cultivated on a one by one basis, with respect to individuals a person chooses to impact. It seeks to address specific deficits in another life, attempting to meet a particular necessity an individual may call for. It is to be treated like a tender plant requiring careful, continual nourishment at regular intervals, so it may grow. Love originates within a person, and it bears some characteristics of the provider. It is something which may be learned at first, but after a while it becomes a natural disposition, flowing freely from its giver. A wise commentator indicated that loving everybody in general may be an excuse for loving nobody in particular. Someone else illustrated that idea in verse form: To love the world /For me is no chore /My only problem /Is the man next door! In his best-selling volume, Tuesdays With Morrie, author Mitch Albom quotes Morrie remarking that the most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in. And the late Norman Vincent Peale confirmed it when he wrote that loving and being loved are opposite sides of the same coin. Legitimate love can be the experience of secure, sincere, stable individuals only in both giving and receiving it. True love is not self-seeking; it is voluntarily and freely offered to whomever is sought as its object. Love may be conveyed in words, manifested through physical gestures, or expressed in other legitimate ways. Yet, it is exemplified most powerfully through giving, especially in the giving of ones self! Ones physical presence supersedes other presents! Because love is such an important ingredient for healthy and joyous living in the world, every person should carefully seek genuine, human objects of love, while remaining always open to be loved by others also. Loves supply is never depleted when love is given away! Theres much truth to the popular song that declares, tis love that makes the world go round! But only real love can accomplish that! Avoid all unworthy substitutes, and the manifold caricatures of it, which can never achieve what authentic love alone can do! There is power in love, and true love never loses its power!True Love Never Loses Its Power!When I first moved to Boca Raton from Bra zil 12 years ago, one of the first people I became aware of was Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle. I saw her everywhere, and even more frequently, I saw her name or that of her late husband, Count Adolph de Hoernle, on buildings all over the city. I thought maybe she and her husband were the founders of Boca Raton. I was even thinking that maybe they and Addison Mizner had made Boca Raton what it is. And since Google hadnt been created yet, I couldnt determine by computer who she was! Well, I got a pleasant surprise. Addison Mizner was the architect who made the city look the way it does. But the de Hoernles contributed to the citys growth with money that came from the heart. It took a while for me to catch up with the Countess. She is so active, even as she approaches 99 years of age. Last year, with a great deal of pride and humility, my wife and I met the Countess at the March of Dimes Signature Chefs event at the Boca Ra ton Resort & Club. Even though she was the guest of honor and recipient of an award for public service, she talked to me like we had known each other for years. But the Countess is like this with everyone. She makes you feel right at home. She is sharp and listens intently. It was a great pleasure to meet the Countess, and she will always have a close place in our hearts. What also pleased me that night and even today is the support the Countess has given to the Tribune. She has emphatically pointed out the need for a local paper in Boca Raton. Not only that, she signed up for mail subscription No. 1 of the Boca Raton. That really is a show of support. I realize today how much the de Hoernles have done for Boca Raton. I have come to understand her love of children and desire to make certain they all receive a proper education. Just the other day, she was greeting children at the YMCA. Last year, the kids and staff from the Boca Raton Childrens Museum honored her on her 98th birthday with a tea in the front yard of the building. She was just as gra cious on that hot summer day in 2010 as she always has been. Countess, we wish you the very best as we approach your 99th birthday Saturday. We also thank another close friend of yours, Yaacov Heller, owner of Gallery 22, for setting up a dedication ceremony for the statues he created of you and your late husband which stand at the edge of the stage at the Count de Hoernle Amphitheater in Mizner Park as well as a birthday celebration. We hope everyone will be there at 3 p.m. on Saturday to bring greetings and wonderful wishes to a wonderful lady. Countess, I promise you that when the Boca Tribune creates a news media center, we will name it in your honor.Countess de Hoernle has transformed from icon to friend and Tribune supporter TheBocaRatonTribune.com Read...
10 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL Bill Hager to seek second term as state rep in Dist 87BOCA RATON Bill Hager, a former Boca Ra ton City Council mem ber who succeeded Adam Hasner as state represen tative from District 87 in 2010, has announced via email that he will seek reelection to that seat. The email from his campaign committee con tains a petition that he is asking voters to sign so he can get on the 2012 ballot. It says residents do not have to live in District 87 to sign the petition, but must be registered voters. A businessman and attorney, Hager, a Republican, received his bach elors degree from the University of Northern Iowa in 1969, masters degree from the University of Hawaii in 1972, and Juris Doctorate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1974. He is a former member of the Boca Raton City Council and currently resides in the city with his two daughters.(1)District 87 covers parts of Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Briny Breezes, Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach, Gulf Stream, Highland Beach, Hypoluxo, Ocean Ridge and Manalapan. Boca Police Safety TipBoca Raton Police BlotterQ: A wallet was stolen from my co-workers purse last week but no one knows how anyone stole it. What can be done to prevent this type of crime? A: The simplest way of preventing this type of theft is to keep your purse or wallet in a locked desk, cabinet or office. In some cases, criminals use distraction techniques to access offices and restricted areas to commit these thefts. Ensure special attention is focused on these areas. Crime and safety questions are answered by officers from the Crime Prevention Unit. For more informa tion, visit www.BocaPolice.com. BOCA RATON A jury on Sept. 15 found James Franklin Clark guilty of DUI manslaughter. He faces a sentence of up to 15 years in prison. Clark, 39, of Boca Ra ton, will be sentenced Oct. 21, police said. According to reports, the crash occurred on Friday, October 3, 2006, at about 9:20 p.m. The vic tim, Lucy Miller, 85, had just left services at Congregation BNai Israel, 2200 West Yamato Road. Police said Miller was attempting to make a uturn from eastbound Yamato Road to westbound Yamato Road. According to witnesses, Miller was moving slowly as she made the turn. Clark was driving westbound in an Infiniti SUV and struck Millers Toyota, killing her, said police. When Boca Raton Police Traffic Homicide investigators interviewed Clark, they said they could smell alcohol on his breath. Clark admitted to having multiple drinks prior to the crash and his blood alcohol level was 0.12%, an hour after the crash, said police. After an extensive review of the evidence, Boca Raton Traffic Homicide investigators were able to determine Clark was traveling at least 70 mph (the posted speed is 45 mph) and that his speed clearly contributed to the cause of the crash. In April of 2007, investigators charged Clark with DUI manslaughter and DUI.Trac Homicide Investigators help secure guilty verdictJames Franklin Clark AGGRAVATED BATTERY 09/18/2011 13:02 4756 NW 2ND AVE A man told police he was at a party where a fight started and he went to go break-up the fight at which time he was "sucker punched" in the face by an unknown man who was beating up another male. The victim suffered a broken nose. He advised police that the incident was witnessed by friends. BURGLARY TO RESIDENCE 09/19/2011 16:35 1201 NW 14TH ST Sometime between 1030hrs and 1630hrs on 9/19/11, unknown suspect(s) smashed the sliding glass door to the master bathroom to gain access to the residence located at 1201 NW 14th St. A laptop, camera, charge cards, jewelry, and a Social Security card were taken. BURGLARY/ THEFT FROM AUTO 09/20/2011 11:35 NW 4TH STREET Woman told police that overnight (09/19/1109/20/11) unknown suspect(s) entered her 2008 4dr black Mazda CX7 SUV in the driveway and stole her $400 Michael Kors purse. Inside the purse were $1,500 cash, a $200 gold wallet, a Wells Fargo credit card, and $135 worth of gift cards, $400 worth of Opal rings, etc. FRAUD 09/20/2011 15:51 NORTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY A woman told police she used her credit card at a gasoline station at 1530 hours. She then left the gas station and went to a dry cleaners down the road. While there, Sandra could not find her credit card. At 1540 hours she received a phone call from the credit card company and they advised her that someone is attempting to use her at the same gas station for a second time within 10 minutes. She advised the credit card company to put a stop on the card.
11 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. The Boca Raton Tribune MUNICIPAL East/West Boca Raton, FL Palm Beach County Commissioners have fired off a resolution to the state legislature asking lawmakers to reconsider their decision to adopt laws that force counties, cities and towns to repeal local regulations on guns and ammunition. Commissioners voted 6-0, with Shelly Vana absent, to ask legislators to rethink provisions that go into effect Oct. 1 which would prevent counties, cities and towns from enforc ing their own regulations. In some cases, local officials could face civil fines of up to $5,000 if they try to enforce ordinances that violate state law. Also, commissioners approved changes to various firearms ordinances involving record keeping, discharging firearms, sale of firearms in an emergency and discharging a firearm in or near a natural disaster. These ordinances were in violation of the new state law that says firearms laws can only come from the state. In other business at the Sept. 13 meeting, commissioners took the following action: Airport Parking Discount Created a discount program providing for a passenger to receive up to a $20 discount on parking fees if they fly on a predesignated promotional flight that includes either new non-stop markets or group travel. The flight must serve a market not currently served on a nonstop basis. Ethics Commission Accepted a Memorandum of Understanding from the Boca Raton Airport Authority to engage the services of the Commission on Ethics and its executive director. This ac tion addresses the Airport Authoritys desire to subject itself to the countys ethics regulations. Animal Care and Control Advisory Board Voted to dissolve the advisory board as staff recommended. Staff will continue to work with local animal organizations, citizens and professionals in the field of animal welfare. The division will continue to accept citizen input and volunteer support on all issues relating to improving animal welfare. Ocean Avenue Bridge Approved funding for the construction of a new Ocean Avenue bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway in the Town of Lantana. The project also includes a fishing pier under the west end paid for with Parks and Recreation bond funds. Ranchettes MSTU Project Voted to open the municipal services taxing unit (MSTU) program for the Fargo Avenue and El Paso Drive/ Pancho Way/Pinto Drive (east end only) road improvement projects. Commissioners authorized modification of the MSTU ordinance to allow a percentage up to 100 percent of project costs to be assessed for these two projects. The board directed staff to immediately proceed to hire a consultant to design the projects and provide the most cost effective paved surface for these roads, which may or may not involve installing drainage to meet current county standards. Commissioners want state to reconsider laws forcing repeal of local gun, ammo rules
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14 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.By Kay Renz By Marc Kent Picanha Brazil Delicious HomeStyle Foods, South American Style! SIMON FASHION NOW While fashionistas were glued the recent NY spring shows, we want to see the styles we can buy today! So don't miss September 23rd and 24th as Town Center Mall Boca Raton presents Simon Fashion Now! With new sponsor Braman Motorcars of Palm Beach, Bentley & RollsRoyce and a host of leading retailers showcasing the newest fall trends, this event is a must-see with exciting runway shows, the Design Wars Ga Ga over Fashion Challenge, style and beauty demonstra tions, in-store events, special retailer discounts and local celebrity appearances. Friday's event kicks off with a fashion show at 7pm and on Saturday the event runs from noon to 5pm. For more details please visit www.simon.com MICHAEL'S BODY SCENES EVENT FOR BEST FOOT FORWARD Enjoy a very special evening called Yoga Kula at Michael's Body Scenes to benefit Best Foot Forward on Friday, September 23rd. For many years, Michael's, one of the best known gyms in South Florida, has lent their support to an array of wonderful charities. With this exciting yoga event, Michael's will be helping raise funds to support BFF's mission of serving foster kids as they "age-out" of state care when they turn 18 and are left to fend for themselves. Yoga Kula will feature Vinyasa yoga to music. The session will be taught by Leslie Glickman and will fea ture music and vocals by Jessica Stiehm, Aaron Erickson, Doug Tessler and Simm Gottesman. The event will be followed by a pot luck dinner, so bring something healthy to eat! Minimum donation $25. For more information please call Michael's at 561-7507945. A NEW VENUE FOR EVENTS: If you're looking for a different location to hold a party, Boca Ra ton has an amazing new venue....V. Located in the Embassy Suites Hotel, this new club, which is for special event rental only, was created by legendary designer and producer Chad Everett, whose award-winning productions have awed audiences around the world. I was invited to the Grand Opening party by Barry Epstein who scheduled his Luxury Chamber of Commerce event to be part of the festivities. Prior to the dazzling ribbon cutting ceremony, the audience received a special treat... an insightful seminar by real estate rock star Frank McKinney. Frank shared his amazing success story and revved up the crowd about their own life with his inspirational message. He also shared information about his three new books, which you can learn more about at www.frankmckinney.com. As the night progressed the party kicked into gear! We were greeted by costumed entertainers as we made our way around the double level dance floor featuring a wrap around stone bar on the first level and flowing sheer fabric around the second. High back sofas, lighted cocktail tables, ever-changing art, and royal dining table with ghost chairs added to the chic and sexy atmosphere. Looks like Boca has a new place to party! For more information visit www.vboca.com This season is sure to be busy because we are already buzzing with events! www.picanhabrazil.netIn a simple setting at 22797 State Road 7 in Boca Raton (561-4885737)is 130 seat restaurant that offers true tasting Brazilian foods at reasonable prices. Select from such items as hot, not spicy, dishes as a smooth chicken lasagna with rich sauce and fine chicken pieces plus homemade pasta. Try the bean and ba con dish good taste and texture, pork chunks in a fantastic brown sauce, an old fashioned pot roast tender as can be. Standards are both brown and white rice, bananas done to a turn and specials of the day. The cold offerings at the Bar include both sliced beets and a great all beet creamy selec tion. There is a Brazilian version of chicken salad with a taste youll savor. There are fresh tomato slices, lettuces plus the usual olives, cheeses, etc. While the hot and cold items are at the serve yourself counter, order from BBQ style beef, chops and strip steaks these we ordered both rate and medium rare, they were done to perfection. Oc casionally, homemade gnocchi or rondelle will be on the menu as will specials of the day. Picanha Brazil has a complete bar with liquors, beer and wine. The luncheon menu can fea ture flank steak, chicken with bacon and other delights. Open from 11AM TO 10PM from Monday, through Saturday and 11AM to 7PM on Sunday, this restaurant has no frills but offers excellent food in a bright setting. We sug gest that you Go and Enjoy!
15 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. B The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA LIFE & ARTSSECTION Henrietta Countess de Hoernle A Special for Someone Special!! BOCA RATON -Give while you live, and know where it goes. This statement, the motto of Countess Henrietta de Hoernle, is reflective of the overwhelming philanthropic efforts made by the Count and Countess de Hoernle since their arrival in Boca Raton in 1981. Millions of dollars have been contributed to organizations which the de Hoernles felt had committed volunteers, a strong understanding of mission, and the ability to better or enhance the lives of the people of Boca Raton. Their contributions have not just been monetary, however. The Countess has dedicated herself to being a hands-on volunteer which is reflected in her A lifetime of philanthropy Fear is the Horror of ContagionSee page 15 See page 18countless service hours, participation as a member of many local boards and her role as an Honorary Chairperson for a variety of fundraising events. Count Adolph de Hoernle was born in Pforzheim, Black Forest, Germany on May 10, 1903. He earned an engineering degree in 1923 and came to the United States in 1926. He founded Stewart Stamping Company, a tool and die firm located in Yonkers, NY. Countess Henrietta de Hoernle was born Henrietta Rach on September 24, 1912, in Karlsruhe, Black Forest, Germany. The Countess moved to the United States in 1930 and married the Count onContinued on page 17Lets Talk Life and Style See page 15 Countess de Hoernle entranced by a Queen with a Heart
16 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. www.ymcaspbc.org The YMCA of South Palm Beach County wishes the Countess a very and thanks her for her generous support! Happy 99th Birthday Happy 99th Birthday Happy 99th Birthday Countess Henrietta de Hoemle The Heizer Family
17 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. October 26, 1950. They lived in Bronxville, NY, and raised two daughters before they Continued from page 15 Henrietta Countess de Hoernle moved to Florida permanently in 1981. The Countess enjoys playing bridge and contributing her time to charity work. The de Hoernles began their lifetime of charity work and philanthro py while living in New York. They contribut ed to: The Community Fund of Bronxville, Hudson River Museum of Yonkers, Law rence Hospital, Bronxville: East Wing, The de Hoernle Pavilion, and New York City Opera, to name a few. Upon their arrival in Boca Raton in 1981, the de Hoernles immediately began contributing to organizations in their new home. The Countess stipulated that her charitable contributions remain in Boca Raton so that she could see where her money went. Some of the worthy causes and institutions that have benefited from the de Hoernles generosity are: the Boca Raton Historical Society for the restoration of the F.E.C.Continued on page 18
18 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Continued from page 17 Railway Station (the Count de Hoernle Pavilion) in 1986, the Count and Countess de Hoernle Alzheimers Pa vilion, American Red Cross, Boca Raton Community Hospital, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Caldwell Theater, Daily Bread Food Bank, Florida Atlantic University, Habilitation Center, The Haven, Heart Associa tion, Lynn University, Migrant Association of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach State College and the YMCA. The Countess has said: The need is always there. To channel it to Henrietta Countess de Hoernle the most needy has been a difficult task, for I enjoy being able to give a helping hand to ALL in need. But then thats what my life is all about. By Dale M. King and Julia M. Hebert BOCA RATON Boca philanthropist Henrietta Countess de Hoernle, remembers with great fondness and a radiant smile the day a royal lady came into her life and made her feel like Cinderella. The Countess said it was the day she met a Queen with a heart, Queen Silvia of Sweden. Actually, Queen Silvia went out of her way to find the Countess and to sit with her during a fundraiser in Hillsboro for one of the Queens charities. They con versed and held hands for moments that will live on in the Countess memory like a magical fairy tale. I was on Cloud 9, she made me feel like Cinderella, the Countess said of the event held last April at the home of The Honorary Consul, Mr. Per-Olof Loof and his wife Mrs. sa-Lena Loof, grand benefactors of the World Childhood Foundation. Queen Silvia founded the World Childhood Foundation in the United States to raise funds to create programs to prevent sexual abuse and exploitation of children. Proceeds from the gala dinner at the Loof home benefited projects Countess de Hoernle entranced by a Queen with a Heart ??????????????????????????????????
19 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL in the US and globally, among them, Childrens Harbor in Pembroke Pines and Kristi House in Miami. Its easy for the Countess to remember that day. The Queen gave me a picture in a silver frame which froze that wonderful moment in time. Actually, she received three photos, one, the Countess and Queen Silvia; another, the Countess and the Queens daughter, Princess Madeleine and a third with the King, Queen and Princess outside the home with other dignitaries. The 98-year-old Countess said that she arrived at the event via the beach entrance. Since she was using her three-wheel motor ized cart to get around, she could not climb the stairs to the main area where the dinner was taking place. Its a big, big place, there must be 100 steps. Consequently, I could not get to the receiving line. Also, by the time I arrived at the home, I was exhausted. Disappointed, the Countess took a seat far from the royal family. She feared she would miss seeing the Queen -for a second time. In 1980, Bocas Countess was presented to King Carl XVI Gustaf by Princess Cristina, the Kings sister. But the Queen was out of town at the time. I called for the host ess and told her, I guess I will miss the Queen again, the Countess lamented. But the host ess said, No, you wont. Ill bring the Queen to you. In a few moments, the leading royal lady of Sweden along with Princess Madeleine ap proached the Countess table. She sat and we held hands, the Countess recalls vividly. She pointed out the fact that we were born in the same area of Germany about a half century apart. They chatted about their homeland and talked about the wonderful weather in Boca Raton. I always ask people, Dont you love our weather here? She added They have a lot of cold weather in Sweden. Reflecting on her meeting with the Queen and her daughter Madeleine, the Countess said, They are beautiful, charming and kind. She noted the Queen is a beautiful woman. Everyone loves her. The Countess felt particularly touched that the Queen Countess Henrietta de Hoernle and Queen Silvia of Sweden Countess Henrietta de Hoernle and Princess Madeleine of SwedenCountess and King of Sweden 1985and Princess sat down to have pictures taken with her. After exchanging hugs, the Queen and Princess went their way and the Countess left the event and headed home, still on Cloud 9, she said. The Countess learned that the King and Queen attended a church service in Boca, and then traveled to New York the next day where the Queen was hassled by paparazzi. While trying to escape from the photographers, the Queen twisted her ankle. Although this incident saddened the Countess, she still has her memories of a wonderful day spent with a wonderful royal lady in Boca Raton.
20 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. We have shared many Happy Birthdays together. Best wishes now and forever more. Fondly we love you, Karen Olsen, Flossy Keesely & Elsa Hoffman Dear Countess Rita: For your support! Thank You... Thank You... The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL www.jlbr.org ank you for all you do for the Junior League of Boca Raton and our community. Happy Birthday Countess! Happy Birthday Countess! Happy Birthday Countess! Photos Courtesy of Boca Raton Historical Society On her 98th birthday in 2010 are Countess de Hoernle with her daughter, Carol and her husband.
21 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL COUNTESS HENRIETTA DE HOERNLE Wishing you a very Happy Birthday! YOU HAVE LIVED A LIFE FILLED WITH MUCH LOVE ALWAYS GIVING WITH HEARTFELT SINCERITY NOW AT THE AGE OF 99 YOU ARE STILL CARING. YOUR LEGACY WILL LIVE ON FOR MANY YEARS. AS WE LOOK AT ALL THE BUILDINGS AND CHILDRENS PLACES WE KNOW YOU HAVE TOUCHED MANY YOU HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO OUR COMMUNITY MORE THAN ANYONE COULD EVER MENTION IT ALL COMES FROM THE HEART. THE YMCA HAS BEEN AN IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR LIFE THE CHILDREN LOVE THEIR COUNTESS YOUR SPECIAL FRIENDS CHERISH YOUR GENEROSITY WE ALL LOVE YOU! YOUR FRIENDS, Rosemary and Ben Krieger
22 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL If you forgot to say Happy Birthday to Countess Henrietta de Hoernle, you still have the next edition, September 29th, to wish her the best! Happy Birthday Countess! Happy Birthday Countess! ank you for your support! Wayne Barton Center Count Adolph and Countess Henrietta de Hoernle already had quite a reputation for philanthropy in March of 1986 when I was asked to write a story about their $500,000 donation to jump-start the drive to restore the 1930 Florida East Coast Railway station. I had a special interest in the station, as it was the starting point for one of my lifes greatest adventures: traveling solo to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and back at age 13. I was anticipating a domicile befitting royalty, but then as now, the de Hoernles lived quite modestly in St. Andrews Estates South retirement community. Nor did the couple have a fancy car. When the Count passed away, Henrietta, or Rita, as she is known to her friends, tooled around town in a white Toyota. I was impressed at the time at how down-toearth Count Adolph de Hoernle was. He was not from inherited wealth. Adolph de Hoernle earned his fortune the hard way: establishing and running a thriving metal stamping business in Yonkers, New York. The walls of the apartment were decorated with various titles (they have seven in addition to the Count and Countess titles) and awards. When you give away as much money as the de Hoernles have, people are grateful and want to publicly express that gratitude. After my interview I felt really good about Count and Countess de Hoernle. They didnt just randomly dispense money to all who asked and they didnt give to aggrandize themselves. The Countess calmly and rationally considered each request. Her motto was and still is: Give while you live and know where it goes. Years later we had the melancholy task of cataloging, labeling and selling many of our mothers possessions after her death and sale of her house. Who should pull up in a white Toyota but the Countess? She browsed through the stuff like any bargainseeker. I dont think she recognized me and I didnt let on I knew her. One of her friends later told me the Countess was quite fond of garage sales. Several years later I attended a classical music concert at FAU at the invitation of one of the Countess friends. I was seated right next to the Countess. I introduced myself and she said, I know who you are. I like what you write. Naturally that made me feel good, but what made me feel better was the Countess insightful remarks on the music. Henrietta is a fond patron of the arts, and she is no dilettante. She knows her business and she was sharing knowledge with me. As each year passes I am more amazed. The Countess keeps up her tireless schedule. She smiles for photos and greets people of all ages, even tiny children as she did Monday at the YMCA Boca Raton. She is the closest thing to royalty Boca Raton will ever have. Long live the Countess de Hoernle. The de Hoernles brought a reputation for philanthropy to Boca Raton Countress ButtonCount and Countress de Hoernle with then-Boca Mayor William Konrad
23 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL OUR BEST WISHES TO COUNTESS DE HOERNLE ON HER 99TH BIRTHDAY! THANK YOU FOR RECOGNIZING THAT HISTORIC PRESERVATION DEFINES AND ENHANCES OUR COMMUNITY. YOUR EFFORTS HAVE BEEN VITAL TO THE PRESERVATION OF BOCA RATONS RICH HISTORY. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, COUNTESS! FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE BOCA RATON HISTORICAL SOCIETY Count de Hoernle with Bocas theater artist Jan McArt in 1998 Dedication zof a room at the Boca Raton Historical Society to the Countess. Countess with fashions. Count and Countess at 4th Floor Hospital Dedication Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle, meets Pope John Paul II.
24 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Congratulationsto our Dear Friend, Countess Henrietta de Hoernleon this momentous occasionHappy 99th Birthday!and a special Thank You for all you have done for our community. Your generous spirit has no boundaries. The Board of Trustees and Staff of Boca Raton Regional Hospital and the Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation 561.955.4142 www.brrh.com BRH11089 HELP Hoernle Tribute Ad 9-11.indd 1 9/21/11 9:14:03 AM The Count and Countess Adolph de Hoernle are shown dancing at the newly restored FEC Train Depot, which the Countess purchased for her husband.Calendar Girl Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle, poses with her picture from a calendar created several years ago as a fundraiser for the Debbie-Rand Memorial Service League of Boca Raton Community Hospital. Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle, is shown with Grenville Pullen in 1999 at the opening of a room dedicated to the Count and Countess de Hoernle at the Boca Raton Historical Society in the Old Town Hall in 1999. The Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Groundbreaking is held in 2000 for the new Boca Raton Museum of Art. At the ceremony are, from left, Harold and Mary Ann Perper, Countess Henrietta de Hoernle and Jean Spence.
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26 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BOCARAY BARBER SHOP A Full Service Barber Shop Gentleman Cuts Fades Flat Tops Blow Outs Children Hot Towel ShaveMonday Friday 8:00am-6:00pm Saturday 8:00am-5:00pmTel: 561-498-8166Bocaray Plaza 4900 Linton Blvd, Suite 27 Delray Beach, FL 33445 561-865-1323(Delray Commons, SW corner of Military & Atlantic facing Military Trail in the same plaza as Golds Gym) Out Of Ink? We Rell Toner & Ink Jet Cartridges On Most Major Brands 954-491-8755 20% O Computer Repairs!Ink Jet Cartidge SpecialEvery Ink Jet Cartridge Black & Color With this coupon. Not valid with any otheroers or prior purchase. Oer expires 12/31/11 Must Bring In Empty Cartridge $ 9 99Eachor Rell 2 for $18.99 FREE of Toner Cartridge RellsComputer Check-UpWith this coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchase. Oer expires 12/31/11New Customers Only! With this coupon. Not valid with any other oers or prior purchase. Oer expires 12/31/11 25% O BOCA RATON The close bond of friendship that developed between famed Boca artist Yaa cov Heller and Boca philanthropist Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle, can be traced back to the day she came to his studio with a ring that had caused her finger to swell painfully. It was a thick gold ring, and her finger was in pain, Heller told the Boca Raton Tribune. Instead of going to the emergency room, she came to my shop. Heller said he took a jewelry saw, carefully cut the ring, then repaired it and gave it back to her. It took about an hour. Since then, the artist and the community benefactor have been friends. Last year, Heller helped celebrate the Countess 98th birthday by creating a bust of her and her late husband, Adolph, which is now on display on the second floor of the replica of the Rickards House at the Boca Raton Childrens Museum. To mark her 99th birthday Saturday, Heller is sponsoring a dedication ceremony for the bronze statues of the Count and Countess he created. They were recently moved from the sculpture garden outside his shop, Gallery 22, in Royal Palm Place, to a permanent location near the stage of the Count de Hoernle Amphitheater in Mizner Park. The event will be held Saturday at 3 p.m., and the community is invited. In addition to the dedica tion, there will be entertainment from America Idol season 10 finalist Brett Loewenstern, Future Stars winners Vanessa Simpson and Kendra Fulmer and the Countess de Hoernle Singers, among others. Mayor Susan Whelchel is also scheduled to be on hand. Heller said he has engraved in the status base the Countess famous motto, Give while you live, know where it goes. The Boca artist said he originally met the Countess 10 years ago while he was creating the statue of another Boca benefactor, Flossy Keesely, which now stands at the entrance to the amphitheater. Flossy brought the Countess to the unveiling of Flossys combina tion fountain and statue. The Countess was impressed by the statue as well as Hellers jewelry handiwork. She soon brought the local artist jewelry that belonged to her late husband. She asked Heller to create a necklace for her made of the many precious jewels her husband had accumulated.Famed Boca artists shares close bond with CountessThe Boca Raton Tribune B BOCA LIFE & ARTS East/West Boca Raton, FL She said she didnt trust anyone other than me with the jewelry, Heller said. Heller said he and his wife, Sue, a teacher of the arts, admire the Countess desire to promote this genre. He said the Countess supports their efforts to keep arts in the schools and community. The Countess showed her friendship when the Hellers moved from Highland Beach to Boca Pointe. Knowing their kitchen was not ready to use, Heller said she made them meals every night. With this friendship comes mutual respect. I call her the Countess, said Heller. Some other friends call her Rita, but I want to give her the respect she deserves. It works both ways. The Countess wears many of Hellers jewelry creations. He said they are lighter than some of her other accessories and are more comfortable. Heller even jokes about the Countess wearing his creations while she is playing bridge, by far her favorite game. All in all, Heller said, he, his wife and family feel like a family. Henrietta Countess de Hoernle Henrietta Countess de Hoernle
27 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. BusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune BOCA RATON, FL. Sorry Donald, the international PR firm TransMedia Group (www. transmediagroup.com) believes its better to be friends with China and has opened an office in Beijing dedicated to doing that. The international PR firm named Jia Jie (JieJ@ transmediagroup.com) Executive VP, ChinaU.S. Public Relations and Marketing. She will head its China operations and manage subsidiary, www. chinatransmedia.com. The firms clients in China include Cince, operator of Yuguiyuan theme park and luxury hotel in Tianjin, China's third largest city. According to TransMedia Groups founder and CEO Tom Madden, Jia will divide her time between China and the U.S. promoting trade and commerce between U.S. and China. Contrary to Trump, instead of a trade war with China, we see infinitely more benefits flowing from a deeper friendship between our two countries, said Madden. To paraphrase a mascot tuna, Sorry, Donald, but China is not looking for pundits with good taste, but partners for good trade. Jia Jie was born in Tianjin, China where she graduated from Tianjin University with a bachelor's degree in business management and MBA. In 1993 she earned a Master's degree in computer engineering from FAU. In China she was direc tor of sales and marketing at Vanke, the largest real estate developer in China. In the U.S. she worked at Office Depot worldwide headquarters. Her positions were E-commerce category manager, global sourcing manger. She also was senior director of global sourcing and the country manger in China for EverGreen Enterprises Inc., in charge of the sourcing department of "Plow & Hearth" and "Wind & Weather," subsidiaries of Evergreen Enterprises Inc. In 2008 she created her own company, Top Information Technology Co., Ltd. in Hefei, China. Among her awards are "Outstanding Young Business Woman" presented by the Tianjin Government. She also was nominated for "Top 1000 Talented Business Leaders" selected by China central government and received first Top 100 Talented Business Leaders" award from the government of Anhui province. TransMedia Group is a full-service, multi-lingual public relations and marketing firm serving clients worldwide since 1981. Earlier this year, the multi-lingual firm opened an office in Paris and expects soon to open an office in Sao Paulo, Brazil as the PR firms international business continues to expand.Transmedia group opens oce in Beijing and appoints former oce depot china sourcing manager to boost trade BOCA RATON -South Palm Beach SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives), a chapter of the nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses start, grow, and succeed nationwide, has launched a new business grant and training program designed to assist eligible veterans of the postSept. 11 Iraq and Afghanistan wars. SCORE is now seeking eligible participants for the program, which is scheduled to kick off January 2012. The men and women who have served so valiantly in our countrys recent conflicts deserve a chance to achieve the American dream for which they risked their lives owning your own business, said Hal Finkelstein, chairman of the South Palm Beach SCORE. The tragedy is that many of them return from fighting for our country, and have a tough time finding work. We wont to let that stand anymore. SCORE plans to coordinate its efforts with Veterans of Foreign Wars and other veterans orga nizations. Program participants will be eligible to receive counseling, elec tronically and or face-toface, assistance in developing a business plan and in meeting requirements to receive funding. In addition, SCOREs veteran business experts will train them in the basics of starting and successfully operating a business. Participants who suc cessfully demonstrate both a need and a viable business plan may qualify for grants from the foundation. The grants could be used to buy business equipment, marketing and other services that will contribute to the success of the business. To be eligible, participants must be a Florida resident veteran of the post-Sept. 11 Iraq and Afghanistan wars with an honorable discharge, an ac tive-duty service member eligible for the militarys South Palm Beach SCORE launches veterans business grant and training program Transition Assistance Program or reservists or a National Guard member that served in theater and received an honorable discharge. The program is available to veterans who served more than 90 days of active duty during the conflicts. In addition, the spouses or widowed spouses of qualifying veterans are also eligible for the program.
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29 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL West Boca Chamber holds Breakfast meeting at Boca Greens Country Club Carolyn Lasser of Lakeside Terrace with Bernie Schaffer of Schaffer & Sons Uniforms. Nicole Topper of Sachs Sax Caplan, Jonathan Rausch of Alexander Insurance and Lori Mauer of Levitt Weinstein. Scott Topolski of Buckingham Doolittle and Paul Cloutier of Primerica. Susan Weinblatt of Florida Financial Group, Neil Kobrin of Edward Jones Financial and Lynn Fedoriw, CPA. Barbara Weiss of Keeping it $traight, Attorney Madelin Evans-Ervin, Andrea Levenson with Just Cant Resist, Susan Goldberg of Mittenthal-Weinstein and Chrissy Piazza of REMAX. Leadership Palm Beach County has announced the board officers and directors who will steer the organizations initiatives and programs for its 2012 operating year. Officers: Tom Jensen (President), Monte Resnick (First Vice President), David Green (Second Vice President), Tammy Clarke (Treasurer) and Ron Harbison (Immediate Past President). Board of Directors: Sarah Alsofrom, Andrew Baumann, Jessica Cecere, Ed Chase, Sally Chester, Vicki Chouris, Dr, Dione Christy, Karen Clarke, Linda Culbertson, Pedro de Sol, Gregory Deme triades, Silvia Garcia, Lisa Johnson, Maria Marino, Dorritt Miller, Shully Oletzkey, Ike Powell, Christine Radentz, Oren Tasini, Gary Walk and Alternate Members Kim Jones and Adi Rappoport. Leadership Palm Beach County seeks to foster awareness of community issues and promote efficient communication and cooperative relationships between existing and emerging community leaders. The organization con ducts interactive leadership development experi ences for both adults and youth. Participation in both programs is through a competitive application process. Some 50 adult and 50 youth participants are selected for each yearly session. The Adult Leadership Program is devoted to preparing an active network of informed, concerned community trustees to help shape the future of Palm Beach County. Leadership Palm Beach County, Inc. is an educational 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization. Initiated in 1983 through a collaborative effort of the local Chambers of Commerce, LPBC has prepared more than 1,000 graduates for enhanced community leadership roles.Leadership PBC announces 2012 board ocers and directors
30 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune BUSINESS East/West Boca Raton, FL Email your Business News, promotions and acknowledgements to Chris Catoggio at: firstname.lastname@example.org. BOCA RATON The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce will hold an After-Hours Network meeting Tuesday, Sept. 27th at Everglades University, 5002 TRex Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. BOCA RATON On Monday, Sept.12,, Rich Shavell, CPA, CVA, CCIFP, president of Boca Raton-based Shavell & Company, P.A., testified in a public hearing before the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of the Treasury in Washington, D.C. Shavells testimony, delivered on behalf of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC), argued for changes to the proposed rulemaking on a 3 percent withholding tax regula tion on payments by government entities to vendors and contractors. His testimony supported comments he co-authored and submitted to the IRS and the Treasury in March, 2009 when the initial set of regs was proposed and again on Aug. 8th in response to this recent set of proposed regulations. BOCA RATON Upscale clothier Chico's FAS, Inc. announced this week that it has completed the acquisition of Boca Raton-based women's apparel retailer Boston Proper. Chico's FAS had agreed last month to buy Boston Proper in a $205 million deal. Boston Proper will operate as a stand-alone division within Chico's FAS. BOCA RATON Aplicor, LLC announced it has entered into a partnership in the Rackspace Hosting Partner Network, the leading specialist in hosting and cloud computing industry. This agreement is designed to add mutual value for their current clients and to increase targeted exposure and reputation for both companies."Our partnership with Rackspace, which is specialized in accelerating the transformation of innovative hosting and cloud computing solutions, is part of our own transformational efforts to move SaaS to a new level...that of a true Cloud-based Business Suite of CRM and ERP integration, said Chris Clinton, Aplicor's VP of Worldwide Sales, Channel & Marketing. By Tom Veenstra Workforce AlliancePalm Beach Countys unemployment rate for August 2011 was 11.0 percent down 0.2 percentage points from the July 2011 rate of 11.2 percent and a 1.3 percentage point decrease from the August 2010 rate of 12.3 percent, according to information provided by Workforce Alliance and the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation. The state unemployment rate for August 2011 was 10.9 percent and the na tional rate was 9.1 percent (not seasonally adjusted). Its encouraging to note that Palm Beach County experienced its largest over-the-year employment increase of 2011, adding 8,100 jobs over the last 12 months, and job openings have increased 12.6 percent compared to this same time last year, said Steve Craig, interim chief executive officer of Workforce Alliance, the nonprofit organization chartered by the state of Florida to create and lead workforce development in Palm Beach County. The county experienced employment growth in six industry categories over the last 12 months, including include leisure and hospitality (+5,700 Palm Beach County unemployment drops in Augustjobs), education and health services (+4,100 jobs), professional and business services (+1,700 jobs), other services (+400 jobs), transportation/warehousing (+300 jobs), and financial activities (+100 jobs). Job losses over the same period were primarily in wholesale and retail trade (-1,800 jobs), construction (-1,000 jobs) government (-900 jobs), and informa tion (-500 jobs). There also were 14,978 advertised job openings in Palm Beach County in August 2011, an increase of 1,671 jobs (+12.6 percent) from August 2010. Job openings bottomed out in January 2009 in Palm Beach County, with demand increasing by 5,301 openings since then. In the most recent program year (July 2010 to June 2011), Workforce Alliance placed 12,771 candidates in jobs a record number and a 19 percent increase compared to the previous year.
31 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Send your ad for Downtown Boca Quarterly New to: email@example.comMeet Me On The Promenade is the perfect example of successful public/private partnership engagement as is hosted by the CRA; developed and implemented by the City's branding and marketing consultants; produced by City staff; supported by the connectivity, participation and collaboration of Downtown Boca businesses and completely underwritten by community stakeholders and partners who understand the important impact a vibrant Downtown community has on lifestyle and economic benefits for an entire community and destination, said Boca Raton Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Chair and City Council Member Constance Scott. She reported that to date founding sponsors of Meet Me On The Promenade include premier sponsors: Boca Raton Resort & Club (Friday Night Host), Verizon Wireless Cellular Sales South Florida (Downtown Boca Segway Tours Sponsor), and Office Depot (Small Business Partner); gold sponsors: Office Depot Foundation (Family Zone Host), Boca Raton Regional Hospital (Welcome Bag Sponsor), Ram Realty Services (Art Attack Artists & Crafters Village Art Expo Sponsor), Investments Limited/Royal Palm Place (Trolley Sponsor), GGP/Mizner Park (Trolley Sponsor), Penn Florida Companies (Welcome Center Host), Fred Astaire Dance Studio-Boca Raton (Official Downtown Boca Dance Studio and Presenter of the Official Downtown Boca Bop Line Dance), Kaye Communications (Programming Development Partner), Multi-Image Group (Official AV Sponsor); silver sponsors: Coldwell Banker Residential ( A Sip & Stroll Presenting Sponsor), Comerica Bank (A Presenting Sponsor of Cruz-N-Downtown Boca), HubGARAGE.com (A Presenting Sponsor of Cruz-N-Downtown Boca), Allianz Championship (Sports Zone Sponsor), Boca Raton Museum of Art and South Florida Sunrise (Presenter of "Picture Downtown Boca" Photog raphy Competition), Palm Beach Outdoor Cinema Events (Programming Sponsor), Tuccis Fire N Coal Pizza (VIP Tent); Friends of Downtown Boca sponsors: Habitat For Humanity (Programming Sponsor). Community partners: Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Palm Beach County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and American Cancer Society-South Palm Beach Unit. Media sponsors includes but is not limited to Forum Publications and its City Link, South Florida Parenting and Boca Piquant publica tions; WRMF Radio; Boca Raton Tribune, bocaparent.com, South Florida Sunrise, Coastal Star, and Boca Observer.Programming partners to date include Fred Astaire Dance Studio-Boca Raton, CruzN-America, Gourmet Truck Expo, Art Attack, Boca Raton Childrens Museum, Boca Raton Historical Society, Boca Raton Museum of Art, South Florida Sunrise, Multi-Image Group, Allianz Championship, Junior League of Boca Raton, Peter Blum Family YMCA of Boca Raton, South Florida Parenting, Boca Raton Concours d Elegance/Boys & Girls Club of Broward County, bocaparent.com, Lake Worth Playhouse, Habitat For Humanity, Beehive Fitness, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton Travel & Cruises, Rotary Club of Boca Raton "Future Stars", and Segway Tours of Delray Beach."There are still plenty of ways to 'be a part of it, in the heart of it'," noted Boca Raton Downtown Manag er Ruby Childers. "Great sponsorship and programming partnership opportunities are still available and encouraged. This event provides Downtown businesses, nonprofit organizations, schools and universities, and business friends of Downtown Boca the ability to share their missions, products and services with thousands while showing their support of Downtown Boca." To learn more, visit www. downtownboca.org and click on the Meet Me On The Promenade logo to access the dedicated website section that provides event announcements and updates, brochures for downloading, participa tion opportunities, sponsorship options, registration forms, and more or contact Jon Kaye at Kaye Communications, Inc.-the official Marketing & PR firm for Downtown Boca -at jkaye@kcompr. com, 561-392-5166-office, or 561-756-3097-cell. BOCA RATON Extra, extra, read all about it! Yes, the Boca Raton Tribune is about to offer something extra to its readers and to all who live in Boca Raton.Beginning in October, the Tribune will publish a quarterly newspaper focusing on downtown Boca Ra ton.The new edition, sepa rate from the weekly Tribune, will be printed on bright, white paper and distributed through stores in the downtown area. It will contain news about downtown happenings and stories about how the central business district is growing through initia tives endorsed by the city and by investments of local retail owners. The Tribune is also urging downtown businesses to advertise in this special publication which will remain on the stands for a period of three months. Advertising rates are listed elsewhere on this page. Tribune Publisher Douglas Heizer said this new paper is a must-read for all those who operate businesses in the downtown as well as those who shop, dine and visit the area that runs from Mizner Park to Royal Palm Place, and east along Palmetto Park Road to the Atlantic Coastline. The first edition will be published around October 21, coinciding with the major, two-day celebra tion of the new pedestrian promenade on Palmetto Park Road.Boca Tribune to publish quarterly newspaper focusing on downtownIT TAKES VISION, CONNECTIVITY, AND COLLABORATION FOR COMMUNITY SUCCESS Quarterly News
32 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Columnists The Boca Raton TribuneBy Mike Gora Who Gets the Money? Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law. Learning to ask questions and knowing the right questions to ask are two of the most important skills you must develop if you want to succeed in life, whether in the workplace, your home, or in any other personal pursuits: tions, you cannot make distinctions. distinctions, you cannot make decisions. decision, you cannot take action. will fail! Contrary to popular opinion, asking questions is a sign of intelligence. The higher your intelligence, the more likely you are to probe, ponder, and question. You are always seeking to learn, to understand, to grow. There are no stupid questions. What is stupid is not asking for clarification when you know that you do not understand something. When you allow concern about yourimage (I must appear to know it all) to take priority over your learning that is stupid! Will Rogers, a humorist and commentator on life, once said, Everybody is ignorantjust on different subjects! Likewise, because we have all had different experiences, we each can learn from anyone if we are wise enough to ask the right questions. The Bible says this: Though good advice lies deep within a counselors heart, the wise man will draw it out (Proverbs 20:5). The way you draw wisdom out of others is by asking questions. There are many kinds of questions. Here is just a sampling of types of questions we can ask: questions: What could happen if? Is there a better way? What is the real issue here? tions: What are the facts? What do we need to know? questions: What are five ways we might overcome this? tions: What is most important? What is wrong with this idea? What are we going to do now? All great teachers understand that asking questions is one of the most effective teaching tools. If you are a supervisor, manager, salesman, or parent, try this approach: Rather than telling the people you are seeking to lead what you think they should do, engage their minds by asking them questions. Provoke their thinking, and seek to guide them to the actions you think they should take. If you really want to become expert at doing this, get a Bible and read through the first four books of the New Testament (the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John). As you read, underline every question Jesus asked. No one has ever been more effective than He was at using questions to train, lead, teach, inspire, and encourage. If you want to learn how to do something well, learn from the best! Until next week! 2011, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, the author of numerous books, including the highly acclaimed, The Purpose-Drive Life, which has been translated into many languages and sold throughout the world. It affirms the importance of having a carefully considered, clearly expressed pur pose to guide everyday life. It has been named one of the 100 Christian books that changed the 20th Century. He also has written The Purpose-Driven Church.There Are No Stupid Questions!Q My wife and I are in the middle of a divorce. One of the issues we are arguing over is the distribution of a large sum of money that will probably be coming to me as the result of a pending personal injury case. Three years ago, stopped at a light, I was rear ended by a guy driving a truck. I was making a delivery for my employer at the time of the accident. I was injured, had several operations, and need more. I have a disability my orthopedist calls 50 percent. I have not been able to work, but I may be able to. I brought cases against my employer under the workers compensation law and the driver of the truck and its owner. I have a top-notch personal injury lawyer who says I will probably be awarded several million dollars in damages because of my age, 35. My divorce lawyer says that most of the money from both cases will be mine. My wife tells me that she does not care what the law is, she wants half or she will do something to hurt my cases. What is the law on the treatment of future personal injury awards in divorce cases? A In the workers compensation case, you can receive money to reimburse you for medical expenses for past lost wages and for future lost wages. In the case against the driver and owner of the truck, you can collect lost wages, future wages, and medical expenses, and pain and suffering. Your wife can collect for consortium, meaning her damaged relationship with you. Under the case law, portions of the damages will be marital, and portions not marital. Reimbursement for money spent for past medical treatment, or past wag es will be considered marital, and would be divided like any other marital property. Receipt of money for lost future wages will not be considered marital, but will be considered in determining future responsibility for alimony or child support claims. The largest part of any award will be for pain and suffering in your case against the driver and the owner. That is not marital property, and will not be subject to distribution to your wife. A reasonable investment return on that money can be considered in determination of your alimony and child support obligations, but not before the actual amount is known. It is unlikely that there will be much awarded for your lost relationship with your wife during a divorce case unless she can prove that the divorce resulted from the accident. Whatever is received would be marital. Your wifes threat to harm your case if you do not split it all with her is blackmail. Her testimony regarding your current physical capabilities and psychological situation can be shaded in such a way as to affect your suc cess in the litigation. Your lawyer in the personal injury case has a problem, as he now has two clients at odds, a conflict of interest. He also has an obligation to you to make sure that any settlement must carefully break down the award by the categories mentioned above, or it might all be marital. You, your wife, and the lawyers will probably do better if you and your wife cooperate with each other, and the lawyers cooperate with one another. If you do not, the personal injury defense lawyers will use your animosity to reduce your award or defeat your cases.By Rick Warren
33 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. Dine Around the World . .No Passport RequiredFrom Sept. 1st 30th, You can experience the delectable cuisine with Prix-Fixe Menus from these fine Boca Raton Establishments:ITALYCapri Ristorante: 3 course with comp glass of wine $25 39 SE 1st Ave, 561-391-8044Caruso Ristorante: 3 course with comp glass of wine $25.95 187 SE Mizner Blvd, Royal Palm Place, 561-367-7488 La Stellas: 3 course for two $50 159 E Palmetto Park Rd, 561-544-2081 Ovenella: 3 course $32 499 S Federal Hwy, 561395-1455Piccolinos: 3 course $30 78 S Federal Hwy, 561-395-8858Positano: 4 course $26.95 4400 N Federal Hwy, 561-391-2120Ristorante Sapori: 3 course regular & vegetarian $30 301 Via De Palmas, Royal Palm Place, 561-367-9779Rosarios Ristorante: 3 course $26.95 145 SE Mizner Blvd, Royal Palm Place, 561-393-0758 Table 42 Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar: 3 course lunch $20 / 3 course dinner $30 (excl Wed nights) 399 SE Mizner Blvd, Royal Palm Place, 561-826-2625AMERICAAndrews: 3 course lunch $19.95 / 3 course dinner $29.95 99 SE Mizner Blvd, west side of Palmetto Place, 561-391-7939Beanys Gourmet Caf: 3 course $15 126 NE 2nd St, Mizner Plaza 561-392-1085Chops Lobster Bar: 3 course Chefs Tasting $49 101 Plaza Real South, Royal Palm Place, 561-395-2675Mias Grille: 3 course from $20 2399 N Federal Hwy, 561-338-6388Six Tables: 4 course with comp glass of champagne $45 112 NE 2nd St, Mizner Plaza, 561-347-6260FRANCEBistro Provence: 3 course with glass of wine $27.50 2399 N Federal Hwy, 561-368-2340 MEDITERRANEANAnatolia Boca: 3 course lunch $15 / 3 course dinner $25, BYOB, $5 corkage fee 212 S Federal Hwy, 561-361-4000Boca Skewers: 3 course lunch $7.99 / 3 course dinner $13.99 130 NE 2nd St, Mizner Plaza, 561-347-9961 Milos Taverna: 3 course from $19.95 1600 N Federal Hwy, Deals Plaza, 561-750-6720 ASIAGary Woo Asian Bistro: 4 course from $13.95 3400 N Federal Hwy, 561-368-8803Lemongrass: 4 course from $16 101 Plaza Real South, Royal Palm Place, 561-544-8181JAMAICARocksteady Jamaican Cafe: Chefs sampler platter from $251179 S Federal Hwy, 561-910-1562Prix-Fixe menus do not include tax and gratuity, may not be combined with other offers; Please check with each restaurant for applicable days and specific restrictions!
34 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.GamesThe Boca Raton Tribune Pet SocietyThe Boca Raton Tribune PET OF THE WEEK Mittens is looking to warm the heart of a new owner MY PET Mittens is looking to warm the heart of a new owner Mittens is a 3-year-old, neutered male, domestic long-haired cat. He is exceptionally sweet, but a bit shy until he gets to know you. He is a dashing young fellow who deserves a loving home. His previous owners were moving and did not take him along. Mittens adoption fee is only $54; please ask for ID#1375349. Mittens is available at Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control. All animals are adopted to qualified applicants on a first-come-firstserve basis. Adoption fees are $58 for adult dogs, $67 for puppies, and $54 for cats and kittens. Palm Beach County residents age 55 years and older get discounted adoption fee. All adopted animals will be spayed/ neutered, current on vaccinations, protected again fleas and ticks, microchipped, sent home with a free bag of Science Diet pet food, and much more! The shelter has also partnered with local veterinarians to provide a free health care certificate with every adoption. The certificate offers a free exam for your pet from your choice of participating veterinarians and has a value of up to $500 in savings. Pet adoptions are not handled by phone. Please visit the shelter to view and interact with the adoptable pets before making a final decision about adoption. Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control is located at 7100 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, Adoption hours at the main facility are: M-F 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sun 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Boca and Delray residents can call the adoption office at 276-1344 ext. 41272. Constance Scott little baby Gigi Scott her pet is 13 years oldSend us your favorite pet and well run in the paper.mailing address: P.O. Box 970593 Boca Raton, FL 33497 or email to: PET@bocaratontribune.com
35 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune A Security InsurancePROTECTING YOUR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS LIFEA Security InsurancePROTECTING YOUR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS LIFE What can our Insurance We also o er tag, title and registration services and we can open your Corporations.I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13 Agency do for you? Motorcycle, Boat, ATV & RVs firstname.lastname@example.orgBOCA RATON, Fla. A free kick goal by Harald Gracholski was all Lynn Universitys defense needed to post its third shutout of the season in a 1-0 victory over Florida Tech. Gra cholski logs his third gamewinner of the year in helping the Fighting Knights to their fourth consecutive win and first in Sunshine State Conference play. It was a game of high pressure from Florida Tech (4-2-0, 0-1-0 SSC) right from the opening whistle. The Panthers were intent on allowing the Blue & White (4-1-0, 1-0-0 SSC) as little room to move as possible. That strategy worked until late in the opening half as LU countered on a failed FIT pass. Lynns offensive attack made its way into Panthers territory and a foul at the top of the box would set up LU for the winning goal. With Martin Wehlert and Gracholski standing over the ball in the 38th minute, Gracholski bent his shot around the four-man wall and inside the right post for his fourth goal of the year. The Knights defensive unit of Jason Sangha, A.B. Magnusson, Michael Kutscher and James Aldred and goalkeeper Matt DiCerbodid the rest, stopping Florida Tech at every turn. Lynn held the Panthers to one shot attempt in the first half and six total, with only two making its way on goal. Brentton Muhammad turned away four shots for FIT.Lynn Knights Soccer records another Clean Sheet The Fort Lauderdale Strikers (9-11-7, 38 points) played to a 1-1 draw against the Atlanta Silverbacks (44-19, 16 points) tonight at Lockhart Sta dium. Atlantas Nico Colaluca and Strikers forward Brian Shriver scored in the final minutes to give the 4,688 in attendance a dra matic finish. We probably we shouldve been up three or four, said head coach Da ryl Shore, but thats the way this game is. Give our guys credit. We give up a goal, and we got one back. Colaluca opened the scoring in the 90th minute after he received a pass and put a touch onto his right foot. Just outside the 18-yard-box, he curled a shot which ricocheted off the far post and in for his first of the season. Immediately following the goal, the Strikers Eduardo Coudet sent a long pass to a streaking Yoximar Granado. With a short touch, Granado crossed it into the box and Shriver was there to put it home for his sixth of the season, tying Coudet for the team lead. In the first half, the Strikers were the more attacking team, pressing high up the pitch. Martin Nunez was through in the 28th minute alone on goal after a long ball from the defense. He rounded the keeper, but he hit the shot wide and left. Colaluca proved to be the Silverbacks playmaker, as he was taking his chanc es. In the 41st minute, he hit a right-footed shot aiming for the far post, but goalkeeper Matt Glaeser was there to make the save. Following the first half, the Silverbacks came out pushing forward. Grant Kerr, on loan from the Strikers, took a shot from 18 yards out to Glaesers left, but the Strikers goalkeeper dove and stopped it. Atlanta almost put themselves ahead in the 71st minute. After a free kick was curled into the box, three different shots were stopped by Glaeser, deflected off the post and blocked from point blank range. We persevered and we got a goal back. It is a positive you can take into the playoffs, because it shows were determined and were not going to quit, said Shore. With this draw and the Montreal Impact beating FC Edmonton, the Fort Lauderdale Strikers will be hosting their first playoff game on Saturday, Oct. 1. The Strikers next travel to face FC Tampa Bay on Sept. 24 at 7:00p.m. at Al Lang Stadium.Strikers Salvage Last Minute Draw With Atlanta r f n t b b r f ntb t t t r n nt t r rfffntbf fffrr f trtt ttrn
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38 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66Support your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune.The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL By: Lance ThomasThe Lynn University volleyball team tallied 16 total blocks and held the Florida Southern Mocs to a sub .100 hitting percentage en route to a three set sweep on Saturday in Sunshine State Conference play. The Fighting Knights (7-4, 1-1 SSC) set the tone early by grabbing a 25-22 first-set win over Florida Southern (7-4, 2-1 SSC). The first frame went back and forth and was tied at 19 before Lynn went on a 6-4 run to close out the set. In the set, Brianna Cox posted a set-high four kills, three total blocks and two solo blocks. In the second set, the Fighting Knights continued to impose their will on Mocs and vaulted out to an early 11-4 lead. But Florida Southern answered back with an 8-1 run to tie the game up at 12-12. With the help of two Brittany Brown aces, Lynn posted a 13-4 run to take a 25-18 win in the set. Brown also added four kills and Shannon Dugan chipped in with three. The Knights hit .310 in the set and collected six total blocks. The Blue & White tallied another six team blocks in the third set and limited the Mocs to a mere .029 team hitting mark while romping to a 25-17 win. For the third straight Lynn Womens Volleyball beats Florida Southern for rst Conference Win set, the teams traded points until the half way mark where Lynn separated from the Mocs. It was Brown again with a teamhigh four kills in the set. Brown led all attackers with an impressive .400 hitting percentage on 10 kills, two errors and 20 attempts. Setter Abbey Brokop shared the setting responsibilities with Mandy McIntosh but still managed to tally 26 assists with seven digs. Freshman libero Nikki Haben led the team in digs with 10. Lynns dominance at the net was a major factor in the Fighting Knights victory as the Blue & White out Zblocked Florida Southern 16-4.
39 September 22 through September 28, 2011 Edition 66 for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.comSupport your community newspaper Patronize The Boca Raton Tribune Advertisers. Let them know you saw their Ads in the Boca Tribune. High school Football Weekend Recap By Orlando Greenwald The Boca Raton Tribune SPORTS East/West Boca Raton, FL Power RankingThe 3rd week is now over and Boca Raton only has one undefeated team left. The Spanish River Sharks have a clean record of 3 and 0 and defeated Olympic Heights. In the preseason, Spanish River began in the 4th spot, but after 3 straight impressive wins, and the rest of the Boca area being so inconsistent, the Sharks have taken over the top spot in the rankings. 1. Spanish River (3-0) 2. West Boca (1-2) 3. Boca High (1-2) 4. Olympic Heights (0-3) Spanish River 26 Olympic Heights 13:After winning only 2 games in their past 50 prior to this season, the Sharks are now 3-0. This was like a college game atmosphere tonight!" said Sharks coach Ray Berger. "We're really excited for these kids; they have certainly taken a beating the last few years." The Sharks were led by Reg gie Love, who had two touchdown catches and put the Sharks up 26-0. Former Olympic Heights QB, Taylor Schnaars was 10-for-21 for 254 yards with three touchdown passes. West Boca 21 Lake Worth 20After serving a 2 game suspension, senior Jawand Blue had a 46 yard touchdown run. The teams traded touchdowns throughout the game, but at the end it was decided by a missed PAT that was bobbled by the Trojans. Merritt Island Christian 41 Boca Christian 6:The Cougars had a 27-0 lead going into the half. Boca Christian completed only 10 of their 21 passes and only had only 80 total yards the entire game. Heber Michel had 16 tackles and rushed for 23 yards and a touchdown on five attempts, but the Blazers fell to the Cougars in Boca Raton.North Broward Prep 53 Pope John Paul II 0:Semar Smith rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns as North Broward handled Pope in Coconut Creek. St. Andrews 35 John Carroll 14:Gary Gladden let the way for the Scots. Rushing just over 100 yards, finding the end-zone 4 times, 3 by running and 1 from a pass, St. Andrews took care of John Carroll. Jupiter 26 Boca Raton 19After a great comeback win against West Boca in week 1, the Bobcats have lost two straight now. The Bobcats played the Warriors, and got the best Warriors effort of the season thus far. The Bobcats could never really get any offense going, and with their lead runner, Keith Byars II out of the game due to injury, Boca was held to only 70 yards rushing. 5. Pope John Paul II (1-2) 6. St. Andrews (1-1-1) 7. Boca Raton Christian (1-1-1)
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