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Volume XXIII, January 2011

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43 S. Pompano Parkway, #103 Pompano Beach, FL 33069 Tel. (954) 242-0238 Fax. (561) 455-2976 E-mail & Website palmairenews@comcast.net www.palmairenewsandviews.com Full Copy Available On The Internet. Published monthly, Copyright 2001. All rights reserved. No articles or photos may be reproduced without the written permission of the publisher. Send correspondence to the above address. The editor reserves the right to edit all submissions. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of Palm-Aire News & Views or its employees. Editor/Photographer: Nancy Dukeshire-Rein Contributors: G. Besner Fred Karr Kevin Lane Al Siefert Atty. Martin Zevin FEBRUARY 2011 deadline JANUARY 12th, 2010

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A Lifetime of Service.................................. 22 BBAC Fundraiser Update........................... 19 Book Review............................................... 23 Brandeis . ............................................... 11 Changes in the New Year............................ 12 City of Hope................................................ 14 December Correction.................................. 10 Friends Musical Fashion Show................... 29 Good News Inventory................................. 20 January in Pompano Beach......................... 16 Palm-Aire Friends....................................... 16 PALGA Results........................................... 18 PAMGAMeeting......................................... 19 Palm-Aire Democratic Club....................... 13 Palm-Aire Guys & Dolls............................. 30 Palm Beach Pops......................................... 15 Regional Republican Club.......................... 13 SEGA Golf Results..................................... 18 Stage Door Theater..................................... 25 Uninsured Motorist Coverage..................... 18

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randeis National Committee of Pompano and Ft. Lauderdale is greeting the New Year with a spate of activities to educate, inform,and stimulate its membership. On January 15rth at 11:30 a.m. at the Court, Membership Chair, Clara Herbst, will introduce M. Lonny Wilk, Assoc. Regional Director of the AntiDefamation League of Florida. He will discuss the League’s Combative Program in stemming anti-semitism and illegal behavior in our community. Brandeis famed for its study groups has again provided a mélange of offerings for its membership. Many topics are prepared by Brandeis professors. This year’s offerings are Bagels and Briefs, Book Talks, Pot Pourri, Yiddish Chat, Israeli Society, Exploring Opera, Yoga, Foreign Films and Let’s Go to the Movies. Spots are still available and you can register by calling Study Group Chair, Lori Feinman, 954-4860134. The Del Lago Series in concentrating on Jewish Humor and playwrights from the Kaufman era to the present. For questions call Jean Zamore at 954971-6781. June Waxman, is Chairperson of the Book Store, 9060 Kimberly Rd., Boca Raton. It is one of a kind, dealing in secondhand books . It will be running a major book sale in January. Marcia Levens, chair of Special Events has announced that a Book and Author Luncheon featuring Ellie Brazer and her book, Clouds Across the Sky. At Diamante’s on February 17th.. In March a Dinner Party called Food for Thought is in the works, time and place TBA. University on Wheels is sponsoring a lecture by Prof. Jon Chilengarian on January 31st at 10:30 a.m. at the Embassy Suites in Boca on Yamoto Road. The topic will be 5 steps to Creative Thinking. Lunch is included for $25. Contact Judy Scher at 954-941-2664.5 Edythe Levine, part of Brandeis’s Presidium has chaired two outings in a theatre series. One remains at the Stage Door Theatre on April 8th. For tickets to see Light in the Piazza, call her at 954-9798987. Esther Budgar, Presidium President, at 954984-5156, urges it’s members and guests to make Brandeis part of their Florida experience. Grace Weinstein, Publicity Chairperson

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By Al Siefert

s 2011 is upon us we are beginning to see the much anticipated new Chevy Volt coming to the market. I recently stopped by a dealer for information on the charging systems but they were not able to help me at that time. I was told that the car can be ordered now for future delivery. From what I have read you will be able to charge these cars on a regular 120 volt outlet which should take around 10 to 12 hours. To charge the car in four hours you will need a 40 amp 240 volt circuit installed. The cars will run on a full charge for forty miles and then a small gas engine will take over until you recharge. Speaking of charging, many Cities are raising the minimum permit fee. We checked around and found that Ft. Lauderdale’s minimum fee is now $112.00. Lighthouse Point is $70.00 and Pompano is $55.00. There is a recall of Siemens & Murray electrical products sold from June to August 2010. The circuit breakers run from 15 to 50 amp single and double pole. The electrical panels include most of the residential models. There was one meter/ main panel included in this recall. These panels were sold at Home Depot, Lowes, hardware stores and numerous electrical distributors across the nation. The circuit breakers have a defective spring clip that could break during normal use, causing the breaker to lose its potential to maintain a proper electrical connection. This could cause overheating and loss of power. If you have had a new Siemens or Murray panel or circuit breakers installed from June through August of 2010 you should call your electrician for a replacement. You can also call (800) 756-6996 to talk to a representative or go to www.usa.siemens.com for more information. Another recall is on Molenaar’s electroluminescent night lights. These lights can become hot to touch and melt, which could cause a fire hazard. The model numbers are 2019 and 2017. The 2019 model is shaped like a house and the 2017 model is square shaped with a rounded top. These lights glow green when plugged in. Most of these lights were promotional items called by many names. There were 315,000 of these units distributed between October 2001 and November 2009. If you would like more information on these lights go to www.miline.com. Best wishes to all of you for a Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year! Al is a State Licensed Electrical Contractor and owner of Al Siefert Electric. The articles he writes are about items of interest and questions from his customers. Please call Al if you have questions concerning electric service, installation and repair. (954) 493-9411


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On December 5, Carole Behrman graciously donated her home to the annual Patron’s Party. More than 50 people attended. Those members who became Patrons for a $50 membership were invited. A wonderful time was had by all. We have many events for the month of January. On Saturday, January 15 we will be attending the Broward Center for the Miami City Ballet, “Baker’s Dozen.” It will be preceded by lunch at The Capital Grille. Please contact Marie Katz at 954-975-O690. The cost is $100 for members and $110 for non-members. On Friday, January 21 there will be a musical fashion show to be held at the Skolnick Center at 12:30. The cost is $30 for members and $40 for non-members. Please contact Genevieve Pickett at 954-974-9343. A Beethoven celebration will be held on Sunday, January 30 at the Coral Springs Theater. Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony will be played. Lunch will be held at the fabulous restaurant Tavolina della Nonna. This event is limited only to members of Friends of the Arts. The cost is $85. Please contact Laura Fink at 954-9722009. Our next set of events for the month of February is as follows. On Wednesday, February 9, there will be an International Lunch in the Palm Aire East Room. Our world traveler Art Stark will give a lecture with DVD illustrations of a Safari. The cost is $30 for members and $40 for non members. Please contact Jo Murphy at 954-917-2766. Once again, we will be attending an opera Cosi Fan Tutti by Mozart. This will take place on Thursday evening February 24. Dinner will be held at Galuppi’s Restaurant. Please contact John Aden at 954-9177971. The cost is $85 for members and $95 for nonmembers. Celebrate President’s Day on Sunday, February 23 with the First Ladies’ Tea at Fairchild Gardens. This will include a narrated tram tour. The cost is $70 for members and $80 for non-members. Please contact Karen Bajcar at 954-974-7899.

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Ladies Golf Results 11/30/10 High-Low 1st Place 150 Kathy Hartmann, Lynn Scibek, Mary Kay Harris, Terri Cohen 2nd Place 153 Arlene Wilson, Elaine Rearden, Marcia Coleman. Joan Werren 3rd Place 154 Bobbie Shraiberg, Marion Blair, Estelle Duggan, Goldie Morton

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1ST Place Bernie Falkow (56) Jack Ostrov Tie Phil Droznika 1ST Place Sandy Milwit (56) Gene Davis Tie Bob Bookbinder 3RD Place Jay Cohen (61) Rick Gannon & Chris Barton On a cool & breezy morning, these few brave souls ventured out to conquer the Sabals golf course. And, conquer they did. Good showing, men. Hotly contested and well placed shots were the faire of the day. Closest to the pin on hole #9, was Rick Gannon. Closest to the hole on #6, was Phil Droznika. See you all on the first tee next month. Jack Ostrov – Tournament Chairman

SEGA Ladie’s Tournament DEC. 6, 2010 1ST Place Lila Balzer (58) Judy Cohen & Cece Biller 2ND Place Maxine Stoller (61) Genevieve Pickett TIE Chickie Basch 2ND Place Shelly Davis (61) Janet Den & Lillian Kimmel What a great day on the Sabals course! The cold morning couldn’t freeze the spirit of our gals. A confusing start to the tournament gave way to heated play, and the scores prove it. Way to go, ladies. Closest to the line on hole # 6 was Lil Kimmel (right on it!) Closest to the pin on hole #2 was Cece Biller. I’ll be waiting for you all on that 1st tee next month ladies. Barbara Davis, Ladies Tournament Chair 18 news & views • January 2011

DO NOT DRIVE WITHOUT UNINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE By Martin Zevin, Attorney

Most people who own a car believe they have “full coverage” for their car insurance; however, as a lawyer who handles personal injury claims, “full coverage” means something very different to me than it may mean to you. In Florida, only two types of coverage are required: personal injury protection (PIP) and property damage liability. It is estimated that one out of three drivers in Florida only has the minimum required coverage. It is important that you be fully protected in the event one of those drivers injures you due to a rear-end collision or other accident which is not your fault. Therefore, it is extremely important that you properly protect yourself by carrying a maximum amount of uninsured motorist coverage. I recommend at least $100,000 per person/$300,000 per occurrence for each vehicle in your household. If you have more than one vehicle, I strongly recommend “stacking”, which allows you to combine your coverage on each of your cars. Stacking is well worth the small additional premium. Your U.M. coverage also stands for underinsured motorist coverage. This means that you can make a claim against the other driver’s insurance and get the total amount available under that policy and still make an additional claim under your U.M. coverage if your injury justifies it. During my thirty-seven years of handling personal injury cases, I have often had to turn people away who were seriously injured through no fault of their own but did not have U.M. coverage and where the negligent party did not have bodily injury liability coverage. Trying to go after an individual driver in Florida is an exercise in futility since it will be virtually impossible to collect even if you go to trial and get a judgment against that person. Cont. on Next Pg.


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GOOD NEWS INVENTORY IN MANY COMPLEX ARE GOING DOWN By Mr. G. Besner

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n Palm Aire as of December 2010, there are 163 units for sale, in detail 26 units 1/1, 75 units 2/2 and 62 3/2, in the last 90 days 65 closed sale, in Cypress Bend across the street there is 47 units for sale out of 1972 owners and 20 closed sale in the last 3 months. On December 5th, M. Ben Bernanke the CEO of the FED mention they will inject another 600 Billion $$$ in the economy and maybe more if they have to do so because they don’t want to increase the interest rate, the website of Zillow mention on December 9th that the value of USA house since June 2006 declined + or _ 9 Billions $$$. In the Canadian newspapers some economists predict for 2011 creation of + or _ 2 Millions of new jobs in the USA economy. Also very good news, the AIG Insurance Company who received 180 Billion to avoid bankruptcy has the firm intention to reimburse its debt to the USA government by the end of March 2011. Majority of economists in Canada are congratulating the FED for the action they took to help the economy around the world.

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Anthony Phillips… A Life

of Service … And A LOVE of Golf By: Kevin Lane

Many of our readers know Anthony ‘Tony’ Phillips from his tenure as President of the Board of Directors of Palm Aire Country Club Condo Association #2… many know him as a member of the Board of Directors of Palm Aire Men’s Golf Association where he has served as President since 2007. We thought we’d share some of Tony’s career in law enforcement and the many facets of a life of service. Perhaps upon reflection, one of the proudest accomplishments was spearheading an effort to create a National Police Memorial as a fitting tribute to police officers killed in the line of duty. “There were three of us who introduced the legislation that eventually resulted in a bill, introduced by U.S. Senator Pell of Rhode Island, for the design, funding and building of the monument that was dedicated in October 1991,” Tony recalled. Designed by architect Davis Buckley, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial (NLEOM) in Washington, D.C. at Judiciary Square, honors the nearly 19,000 U.S. law enforcement officers — federal, state, and local — who have died in the line of duty throughout history. The memorial features a reflecting pool which is surrounded by walkways on a 3-acre park. Along the walkways are walls that are inscribed with names of those fallen law enforcement officers. National Police Memorial day is May 15th and it is marked by a ceremony at the US Capitol to honor those officers killed in the line of duty. Each year, during National Police Week, on May 13, the NLEOMF hosts a Candlelight Vigil, attended by more than 20,000 officers and survivors to formally dedicate the names added to the Memorial walls that year. While Tony cherishes the memories of the work he did in making this idea a reality, he has little time to sit back and reflect on past accomplishments. Like so many of our readers, Tony began coming to warm and sunny South Florida during those cold northern winters; in his case winters in Rhode Island, for a few weeks at a time. In fact, he first started coming to Palm Aire in 1996 where he had purchased a time share. “It was paradise. Palm Aire was growing 22 news & views • January 2011

at that time… we had all the amenities along with great weather. As the years went on, it became more difficult to leave and go back to face the cold,” he mused. Prior to retiring and making Palm Aire his permanent home, Tony enjoyed a long and successful career in law enforcement and government service. He admits that growing up he didn’t have any driving ambitions as to what career field he would pursue. There’s a old story told by motivational speakers about driving on a country road at night. You can only see about 200 feet in front of you, but that’s all you need for your journey… keeping you eyes on the road, but not being concerned with what is a mile or two ahead. Tony went to Roger Williams University in 1979, located in Bristol, Rhode Island. It was there that he was awarded a BS in Administration of Criminal Justice while at the same time, earning a Paralegal Degree. If a full curriculum of studies wasn’t enough, Tony was an instructor at the Providence and Rhode Island State Municipal Police Training Academies as well as working full time as a Detective/Patrolman with the North Providence Police Department. And if all that wasn’t enough to keep just about anyone busy, Tony found time to attend a vast number of seminars and schools conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, US Drug Enforcement, Massachusetts State Police Academy and many other State and Federal Agencies… Whew!! During his two-decade tenure with the North Providence Police Department, Tony was the Chief Arson Investigator, conducted criminal investigations and served as an Assistant Court Prosecutor, to name but a few of his duties. In 1986, he was assigned to the Attorney General’s Office to investigate ‘white collar crime’. He received numerous commendations from various law enforcement agencies both local and state along with the American Red Cross and the North Providence Police, along with commendations from Providence Police, U.S. Marshall’s, the RI State Fire Marshal and the American Red Cross. Over 40 years with the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Tony served as local President, State Vice President and on the National Level on the Public Relations Committee, Easter Seals, and Labor Committee (relating to the National Fair Labor Standard Act), contract negotiator and Arbitrator. He served as State and Local Coordinator for the Easter Seals and represented Rhode Island at the National Easter Seals Telethon in Hollywood, Cont. on Pg 24


Santa Fe Edge.

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my own reading pleasure. While some folks are reprise from Santa Fe Dead, they don’t make for an engorged cast of characters. As regular readers know bloated dramatis personae are not one of my favors. A la Stuart Woods, the dialogue is very effective and thus the novel’s pace is swift (my, how the pages doth fly!). The short chapters only add to the book’s alacrity. In keeping with past actions, Mr. Woods doesn’t disappoint. Once again, we readers are treated at the very end to a verbatim admonition not to pester this great author with any ideas for any future books. Of all the fiction writers I’ve ever read. He is the only one to so berate his reading public. Mr. Woods, are people really bugging you that much such that you have to set aside valuable space to criticize them? “In dangerous situations… I always say worry about my hide.” With Santa Fe Edge, only concern yourself with a great read. Just ignore Mr. Woods’ perpetual silly admonition at the book’s end.

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Cont. from Pg. 22...Tony Phillips CA in 1985 and 1986. He also testified before State General Assembly also before the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Internationals Narcotics and US Senate Judiciary Committee. Another area of great pride was serving as Co-Chair of the National Fraternal Order of Police Conference, where his task was to promote Rhode Island over two other cities. He succeeded and the 2003 conference, with 10,000 delegates and guests, generated revenue of between $5 to $7 million. “We held a lobster bake on the State House lawn, a golf tournament with over 280 golfers, trips to the beaches, a visit to the zoo for the kids, a night at Pawtucket Red Sox and lot more. It took four years but it was fun and well worth it to show case Rhode Island to all members of the Fraternal Order of Police in the US and Ireland,” he explained. Tony received an Ambassador Award from the Providence-Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau. After ‘retiring’ from that career, Tony embarked on another career… In 1991, he became a legal assistant to Attorney William A. Dimitri, Jr., where he conducted legal research, prepared cases for trial, drafted memoranda, briefs and discovery documents and even assisted at trials… Active in RI politics, Tony went from campaign worker to campaign manger. In 1996-1997 he worked in the office of the Rhode Island Secretary of State James Langevin as Special Deputy Secretary of State. His roles was as aassist Legal Counsel for rules and regulations. Then, in 1997 he was asked to join the Governor’s office under Lincoln Almond. Tony’s position was Director of Municipal Affairs as liaison between local executives and federal agencies. In this position, he served on various commission/boards such as, State Planning Council, Small Business Council, Transportation Advisory Council and Emergency Management Council. He received an award from The National EPA for work on an area that had toxic waste in Rhode Island. Through an exemplary record in every undertaking and making friends along the way, Tony’s last job before he really retired to Palm Aire was High Sheriff of Providence County where he headed up a team of 125 Officers and Deputy Sheriffs whose duties included courtroom security, security for the 24 news & views • January 2011

judges and transportation of prisoners, among the myriad of other duties of any Sheriff’s office. Tony served as a guest Lecture at Roger Williams University, speaking on Crime and Political Policy. He was always active in the community as a volunteer fire fighter and a little league coach and board member. While Tony ‘retired’ to Palm Aire in 2005, he didn’t become a ‘couch potato’ with a t.v. remote in one hand and a plate of food in the other. No, he immediately became active in his community, becoming President of the Board of Directors of Palm Aire Country Club Condo Association #2 and from 2005 to 2010 he’s been a member of the Board of Directors of Palm Aire Men’s Golf Association and well as Membership Chair and Tournament & Handicap Chair. He presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Golf Association of Florida and is on the Course Rating Team Golf Association of Florida/USGA. And this from a man who only took up golf ten years ago. “It is a game of patience, some skill and a bit of luck. But most of all it is a game of fun with friends. Until you get paid for playing, it is ‘JUST FUN’ to hit the small white ball until you get it in the hole,” Tony mused. It’s obvious that this dynamic individual isn’t about to slow down anytime soon. If he takes some leisure at all, it’s usually visiting with his two sons in Rhode Island, Anthony C. Phillips and Michael J. Phillips and his Grandson, his pride and joy, Michael E. Phillips who is 20 months old. Tony and his wife Norma of 20 years, enjoy travel, dinner with friends, golf, watching Red Sox, Celtics and New England Patriots also following Rhode Island news via the Internet… especially politics


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Palm-Aire Guys & Dolls December 12, 2010 The wind seemed to tell us that it was not going to be easy to play golf, however 32 brave souls were determined to prove the wind wrong. We all had a wonderful time playing golf and when it was over, we all gathered back at the East Room of the Palm-Aire Country Club for an Italian Buffet complete with Sausage & Peppers, Pasta, Chicken Marsala and Salad. After desert, awards were handed out to the following: Closest to the Pin Women: Elaine DiGennaro Closest to the Pin Men: No One ( WOW) Closest to the Line Women: Terri Cohen Closest to the Line Men: Danny Wiseblott 1st Low Net: 2nd Low Net: 3rd Low Net: 1st Low Gross:

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