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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 65

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 7, 1997
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8C THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1997 s c Classic-car rivalry pits cafe owner against auto club By Cam Anna Palm Beach Post Staff Writer STUART Bud Brown is a Top Dog Cruiser. Every Tuesday night he parks his 1946 silver Ford Coupe at the Top Dog Cafe and chats with other car owners and car fans. At the same time, on the same night, just a short cruise south on U.S. 1, is another car show, but you won't see Brown there. Something about a rivalry. "They talked to everyone up here, and eventually a lot of guys started going down there," he said. "We've lost maybe 50 percent of our cars." It's been a year since the Blue Cruisers set up camp in the Regency Square Shopping Center. Since then, the event has boomed, drawing more than 100 pre-1979 cars a week for free music and mingling. Jeanna Ianieri has run the Top Dog show for almost 10 years. "Other than them saying on the loudspeaker a week ago I was closing the restaurant, no problem. But it's not true. I have six years on my lease." But she is considering a move into the nearby Publix shopping center, which would give her already-cramped cruisers more parking space. Jeff Guida said any comment about Top Dog's closing never happened. "We never mentioned to leave the Blue Cruiser show a couple of weeks ago. "I said no soliciting." A year earlier, he said, he had been asked to leave the Top Dog show for handing out fliers to his show. It's just been those two confrontations, he said. But Ianieri and Guida aren't speaking. "You can feel the air a lot of times in Stuart when Tuesday night comes around," Guida said. "It's either her show or our show." Odd, said Mike Kelly, publisher of "Mike Kelly's Cruise News" in Orlando. "Most places have a few shows, but not on the same night and that close. It's bad plan ning. Someone should probably move." The classic-car show circuit is particularly big in Florida because of the weather, Kelly said. He knows of 107 weekly shows throughout the state, including the, 350-car Disney show in Orlando, j that over the mike, he said. But he said he did ask Ianieri Hear how you may: Avoid probate and probate fees Avoid having a court-appointed guardian Avoid losing all your assets to a nursing home if you become disabled m PALM BEACH GARDENS EVENING PALM BEACH GARDENS W EST PALM BEACH BOYNTON BEACH Tuesday, December, 1997 Tuesday. December 9, 1997 Thursday, December 11, 1997 Thursday, December 11, 1997 2:06p.m.-4:00p.m. 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-U noon 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. PGA Marriott PGA Marriott Airport Hilton Catalina Holiday Inn 4000 RCA Blvd. 4000 RCA Blvd. 150 Australian Ave, 1601 N. Congress Ave (east of 1-95. south of PGA Blvd. I (east of 1-95, south of PGA Blvd.) (cornerof Southern Blvd.) (between Gateway & Boymon Bch Blvd.) , tJ in ram mm No Reservations Necessary Nursing Home Medicaid I .iviNin Tbiist X 7i I f You will hear: Why Forbes Magazine says that the middle class ; needs living trusts (8-14-95) Why a will does not avoid probate What happens if you are disabled and the court appoints a guardian for you How a living trust may avoid guardianship and probate Why you may have probate in more than one state if you own out-of-state real property, and how a living trust may avoid out-of-state-probate proceedings Why, if your estate exceeds $600,000, you may lose half of the excess to estate taxes How a living trust may help a married couple pay no estate taxes even if they have an estate worth more than $1 million How a living trust may keep the disposition of your You will be told: ; What you may own and-still be eligible for Medicaid The truth about look-back rules... why you may still be eligible for Medicaid even if you've transerred money in the last 3 years f ' f How you may still be eligible for Medicaid for nursing home care even if you earn more than $1,452 per month (the income cap in Florida) , "V K How you may provide for your spouse before you spend it all on nursing home expenses How assets may still be preserved if you are currently in a nursing home . How an irrevocable trust may preserve and protect assets . Why your nursing home insurance may be inadequate to meet your needs . Spectacular Holiday Entertainment! New Special Effects, New Lighting and More... make Miami City Ballet's production of the traditional George Balancbine's Tlx Nutcracker"1 more spectacular than ever... with a cast of over 100, breathtaking sets and costumes, a full orchestra, and spellbinding dancing by international stars. Don't miss this smashing show! assets private Kravis Center for the Performing Arts TODAY at 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm $17 to $60 r -fT iLAol' Workshops are sponsored by Joseph b. Karp, Attorney at Law Joseph S. Karp has practiced law in Florida since 1977. V He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. y Joseph S. Karp, P.A. ' Practice limited to Trusts, Estates and Elder Law 3300 PGA Blvd., Suite 570, Palm Beach Gardens (Across From fafkrlensMallj (561)625-1100 (800) 893-9911 Tim Itirina nfn nii ivr if in imtinnnnt Ariinn which fhniihi nal h mntir tnMv unon ad rrtiemenl Bffart VOU decide, aik US Call for details 832-7469 SEASON HONOREES: Diunne & Michael Biciics Richard B. Bronson Eduina Chan k Pamela & Todd Cole Kvclyi (iilhert Jana Sigars-Malina &Ja Malina Ophelia & Juan J. Rota. VI. Frosene Sondcrling Generous I nderwriting Support from Mmado MIAMI CITY BALLET M KliViS CEMH) fatSlBoachCourtvFtaia 10111 VltLliL. .HI It TIC DIDICTOI E-mail: imaiiiiiMa shadow nd eh Site: Imp iiiiainkinhiJkl com Performances also at the Broward Center, December 12-14. J()S6ph S K(irp ' $end ou ree wn"e" ,onmUon aiH'ut mr WQWus eywwr. Copyright 197 Joseph S. 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