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The Pompano


Fire destroys home in LHP.
See page 2.


.. nuary 21,2005 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
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Volume XII, Issue 52


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Presbyterians "in

the pink" for 50 years


Congregants and
friends celebrate 50
years of worship at the:
Pompano Beach "Pink
Church."
See page 15


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
Just two years removed from an ex-
pensive but convincing victory in the
Lighthouse Point mayoral race, Mayor
Fred Schorr faces no opposition in the
city's elections in March. Two incum-
bent commissioners will hit the cam-
paign trail, however, as the ballots now
include five names for the two available
at-large commission seats.
Incumbent commissioner Thomas A.


Hasis will be challenged by Sandy
Johnson for Hasis's seat on the commis-
sion. Hasis has been a commissioner for
16 of the last 17 years and when not
acting in his role as a commissioner is an
attorney and owner of Cap's Place, a
local dining establishment.
Sandy Johnson is a 30-year resident
of Lighthouse Point and retired teacher
who serves as president of the

Continued on page 10


WCI to open sales center at

Atlantic Point


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
WCI Communities, Inc., the com-
pany now completing a transaction with
Atlantic Point to purchase the former
Oceanside Shopping Center property at
Atlantic Boulevard and Riverside, is
moving forward with plans to upgrade
the grounds. On Thursday, it is meeting
with the Zoning Board of Appeals to
discuss receiving a variance that would
allow WCI to construct a temporary


sales center at 3301 E. Atlantic Boule-
vard to begin selling units in its yet to be
finalized residential and commercial
development project. According to Plan-
ning Director Mark Leaf, the temporary
structure will be . a phenomenal
sales center" and will likely draw con-
siderable interest once the site plans are
completed and approved.
Last Tuesday, the remaining struc-
ture of the old Oceanside Shopping Cen-
ter sign was removed.


Copans accident sends child, driver to hospital
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A Rinker cement truck collided with a small white sedan at 500 W. Copans Road, Jan. 17. A nine-month-old child w as in a car seat
in the front passenger seat at the time of the accident. The child % as airlifted ito he Brow ard General Medical Center Pedtiaric Trauma
Center for evaluation. The driver of the car was tranported to B roward General Medical Center. [Photo courtesy Pompano Beach Fire-
Rescue]


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Surfer and Surf World Surf Shop of Pompano Beach owner, Randy Skinner, enjoys
the waves near 2nd St. in Pompano Beach on Jan. 13. The winds have been blowing
at 15-20 knots for almost a month now causing hazardous swimming and boating
conditions, but local surfers are taking advantage of the abundance of waves. Randy
has been surfing in the Pompano Beach area for over 15 years and stated that
Pompano's surf is good and the surfer population is growing prompting Skinner to
build his 6,000 square foot surf shop in Pompano Beach. [Photo by Jason Arnold]


Mayor Schorr to run

unopposed, five running for

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Fire destroys Lighthouse Point home


By Paul.Proia
PELICAN NEWS
Fire Departments from
Lighthouse Point, Deerfield
Beach, and Pompano Beach
responded to a house fire at
3130 NE 48th Street in Light-
house Point on Jan. 14,and when
they arrived found a home with
an attic completely engulfed in
flames.
According to Lighthouse
Point Fire Chief David Harlow,
the home's Spanish tile roof
contributed to a number of prob-
lems. "The tiled roofs tend to
hold their structure," said
Harlow. "Coupled with the
dense insulation at the base of
the attic, the fire was basically
confined to the attic. This made
it difficult for anyone to see the
fire from the outside. Then,
when we got there, we had few
openings through which we
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the fire to put it out.
Finally, when the
roof gave way,it col-
lapsed into the house
in large sections. The
fire itself never re-
ally made it into the
ground level of the
home because it was
S confined to the attic
for so long."
As such, the roof
i and ceilings of the
S house were com-
pletelydestroyed,but
much of the drywall
on the walls showed
little or no fire dam-
age.
Harlow estimates that the
fire may have been burning for
well over an hour before any-
one could specifically identify
which home was the one with
the fire. "People could smell
the smoke and eventually saw
the smoke, but it was hard to tell
where it was coming from."
In fact, residents on 46th
Street made the 911 call that
initiated the fire department re-
sponse.
However, units arriving at
the location of the 911 call found
no fire there and began trying to
determine the source of the fire.
After a few moments,it became
more evident that the fire was
coming from across the canal
and when the fire finally broke
through the roof, firefighters and
police officers knew where to
go.


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owned by Rich-
ard Devick, but
an investigation
revealed that the
home had been
vacated for
nearly a week.
Investigators
have not yet de-
termined the
cause of the fire,
but have ruled out
arson.


Investigators believe the fire
started in the enclave above the
front door, spread throughout
the attic, and eventually gutted
the highest areas as well as the
roof of the building. The total
damage to the house and sea-
wall is estimated to be more
than $750,000. Harlow says
that it took so much water to put
out the fire that the water runoff
caused the seawall to give way
and collapse.


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Familiar home officially historic


By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER
For the first time in the
city's history, the Pompano
Beach Historical Preserva-
tion Committee voted to
recommend that the City
Commission designate the
Bartheld/Austin Home at
410 NE 5th Avenue a
historic structure, making it
the first home to be added to
the city's Historic Registry.
The home, built in 1924, was
originally owned by the
Austin family for more than
70 years.
The "Arts and Crafts"
style bungalow is already
listed with the city's historic
site survey and the county's
i historic property list. Ac-
cording to committee mem-
ber Dan Hobby, "It contains


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
Resolutions and Ordi-
nances concerning the Shoal
Creek Development "Vintage
at Lighthouse Point," a mulrf-
family development project
located in the 4100 block of
Federal Highway, will come
before the Lighthouse Point
City Commission on Jan. 25.
The commission will be
voting on two resolutions and


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declared historic. It is the first official historically designated home by the


Pompano Beach Historical Society.
one of the most pristine
facades found on older
structures. It's a beautiful
building."
James and Janet Bartheld
applied for historic designa-
tion last December, provid-
ing the Historical Preserva-
tion Committee a history of
the building, and demon-


strating the civic importance
of the building's original
owners.
The committee will send
its recommendation to City
Manager William Hargett, as
well as request that the city
provide a small fund for a
historical marker to be
placed on the home.


two ordinances. One resolu-
tion confirms that Shoal Creek
Properties followed state stat-
utes making sure there were
adequate locations for resi-
dents of the South Winds
Mobile Home Park if they
choose to move or abandon
their homes.
The second resolution al-
lows the city to apply reserve
or flex units that allow the city
to rezone commercial prop-


erty for residential use with-
out changing the city's master
plan.
The two ordinances involve
approval of the plat and for-
mally rezoning the property
from commercial use to multi-
family residential use.
Shoal Creek Properties,
Inc. received approval of the
site plans for 80 town homes
at the December Planning and
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"Johnny Owens is a true American hero who is

living the Martin Luther King dream" says Bob Shelley


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Some events are so
moving, they alter the way a
life is lived. So it seems is the
case of Johnny Owens, who
was awarded the Silver Star in
Vietnam for his distinguished
heroic actions in battle.
Bob Shelley, local civic
activist, is a big admirer of
Owens. Shelley says, "Johnny
went out on Valentine's Day
in 1966 with 186 men and
came back with 36. It replays
in his mind as his own St.
Valentine's Day Massacre."
Asked about this quote,
Owens nods his head and
says, "It's true. It's true."
Owens, VFW Commander
of Post 8182 for the past three
years, was chosen to be the
Grand Marshal of this year's
Martin Luther King parade.
This is one more, well
earned honor, paid to Owens
who has been named All State
VFW Commander twice.
Last year, he received the
highest honor awarded when
he became an All American
Commander at the 2004
National VFW Convention,
attended by Secretary of
State, Colin Powell, Senator
John Kerry and President
George Bush.
Owens says, "The person
chosen, in this case me, is
usually selected for his


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dedication to other Veterans
of Foreign Wars and the
community he serves."
Dedicated he is. Owens is
like a mother hen around his
post. He cleans and repairs the
roost, and soothes the spirits
of those who drop in, always
there, to listen with an atten-
tive ear. "We have about 450
men and women members
who pay $30 a year for
membership. This money
goes into maintenance of our
post headquarters here, on
Dixie Highway and 3rd street.
We try to provide the best
possible atmosphere for
members to drop in, have a
drink and chat. We have at
least 12 members who have
served in Iraq. That includes
three women. Some joined
when they were home on
leave and they've gone back


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National VFW Commander, Ed Banas, named Johnny Owens, All American Commander, the highest honor awarded ,at
the National Convention in 2004. Owens, A Silver Star recipient was in the presence of Secretary of State, Colin Powell,


Senator John Kerry and President Bush.
to fight some more. We have a
lot in common. A lot to talk
about. One young man came
to our attention. He was on
leave. We had a small appre-
ciation gathering for him
which ended with a prayer
from our chaplain for his safe
return. He was thrilled with
the reception he got from us."
Owens sees similarities
between Vietnam and Iraq.
"The problem is you can't
identify the enemy. The
friends and the enemies look
and act alike. You only find
out who is the enemy when he
opens fire on you and then it's
too late."


As Post 8182 Commander,
Owens spends a lot of his
time keeping the Club House
up'to acceptable standards.
"We have finally been able to
have a much needed new roof
installed. We improve the
club house as we can afford
it. Our men's and a women's
auxiliaries do fund raising to
support our veterans and our
headquarters. Every weekend
I barbecue chicken, ribs or
fish for a big crowd. Some-
times I sell as much as $200
worth of food to members
and neighbors. The money I
raise helps pay the bills."
The club house is a second


home to Owens and many of
the members. "I do my paper
work and clean up, too. I'm
here every day. I have a bullet
in my spine which limits what
I can do. I do speak at el-
ementary schools. And we
have the Boy Scouts come
over to fold flags and present
the colors at the Veteran's
Day and Memorial Day
ceremonies."
Owens is also commander
of the Military Order of the
Cooties of the U.S. He
chuckles and explains the
name.


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Owens
Continuedfrom page 4

"All members wear Cootie
pins which are symbols of our
W.W.I. veterans who lived in
the trenches. This group visits
veterans in hospitals and
nursing homes. We bring
books, food, playing cards
and games. At the Miami
Veteran's Hospital, we make
sure every person wins a
game. The prize is fake
money that's good in the
canteen."
Owens loves working for
and with veterans. "I have a
bond with them," he says.
"I don't know who said it,
but the slogan 'It's not the
price you pay, but rather the
price you paid, to be eligible
for membership in this fine
group of men and women.'
That pretty much says it all
for me."
Asked about the price of
war, Owens replies, "It seems
in the world we know, peace
and freedom can only be won
through war. I'm glad I was a
grain of sand on the beach to
help make a difference."
Thank you Johnny Owens
for your service to veterans
and the community.
VFW Post 8182, Dixie and
3rd Street, has a business
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Larkins meets deadline for filing to complete

District 4 race; Poitier out of race due to heart attack


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
The final ballot for the two
open Pompano Beach City
Commission seats was not
settled until the eleventh hour
on Tuesday. E. Pat Larkins,
originally a supporter of
Woodrow Poitier, filed to run
for re-election on Tuesday
when he learned that Poitier
would be unable to run for
Larkin's District Four seat.
According to Larkins,
Poitier suffered what ap-
peared to be a heart attack
while on a recent business
trip. When he returned, his
doctor immediately checked
Poitier into a local hospital.
Poitier was later moved to a
Delray Beach hospital to be
treated for a potential blood
clot near his heart.
The Pelican has tried
reaching the family to confirm
Poitier's situation and learn of
his health, but has not yet
heard from the family.


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Larkins said that when he
talked to Poitier's wife,
Cynthia, on Friday Poitier
appeared to be regaining his
health. However, the family
decided that Poitier would
have to remove his name from
the ballot, so Larkins filed for
his candidacy on Tuesday
morning.'
Larkins has served as a
commissioner for his district
for more than twenty years
and has been selected to be
the city's mayor seven
different times by his fellow
commissioners. Citing the
Western CRA and Martin
Luther King Boulevard
Corridor projects, Larkins
said "I am running to continue
to promote the policies and
programs I have supported
and make sure that they were
continued and completed
appropriately."
Larkins faces two candi-
dates in the election that will
be held on March 8.


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The newspaper of Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The Sea
ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 52
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
News Paul Proia
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
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Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
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Lighthouse Point voters will

make the best decision


By Anne Siren
PUBLISHER
As the March elections approach, those who are wise enough to partici-
pate in the process of their local governments will be following the slate of
candidates.
Very important. City business always impacts us first, whether it's a
fence height or a tax hike.
This year, one of the candidates in Lighthouse Point is Sandy Johnson,
who is challenging Tom Hasis. I recently asked Sandy and Lee Waldo to
join The Pompano Pelican and help us expand our coverage of social and
community events.
They have been working feverishly, and we are glad to have them on
board.
We also are aware that Sandy's position at the paper could be perceived
as a "conflict" when it comes to political coverage, but we hope our readers
will be confident that all political and campaign coverage will remain
unbiased and level for all parties.
We will continue our tradition of endorsing candidates the week prior to
the election, but in the case of the Lighthouse Point race between Sandy and
Tom, we intend to decline our right to endorse.
Tom Hasis and Sandy Johnson both have much in their favor to win the
hearts and votes of Lighthouse Point residents, and we think they will work
hard to achieve that end.
But I have asked Sandy to continue writing for us during and after the
campaign, regardless of the end results. Sandy's and Lee's work is bringing
light to many fine events in the communities that The Pompano Pelican
covers.
May the best person win!



Readers' notes and calls were

"generous gestures" says writer

Thank you Anne Siren and Pelican friends,
I truly appreciate the space you devoted to Tom's Obituary on Jan. 7, Anne.
That was a loving and generous gesture.
And to you all, who have called and sent cards upon hearing of Tom's death,
please know your thoughtful words of comfort have been very important to me.
I have enjoyed meeting so many of you, through my work at the Pelican, and
look forward to the challenges and fascinating stories that will come my way in
2005.
Phyllis J. Neuberger


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Here's news from the Pompano

Beach Green market!

By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
You may think that with a name like "Green Market," that most of what
we've got is stuff that grew in the ground. Well, we do have a lot of fruits
and vegetables (and other things, like mushrooms not sure what category
they go in).
But did you know the Green Market is becoming the best place to pur-
chase your seafood? You should, because it is! Everglades Seafood is at the
market, selling those delicious Florida stone crabs (big ones, at prices way
below what you'll pay elsewhere), shrimp, crabcakes and other denizens of
"the deep. And then along come Captain Norm a real fisherman who
brings the absolute freshest catch to the Green Market... .red snapper,
grouper... all kinds of fish. Come on down and see for yourself.
OK, you buy your seafood, then what are you going to make? If your
smart, you'll stroll over to Grains of Olde and have John the baker set you
up with some of his fresh specialty breads doesn't a fish sandwich sound
good? Or how about making stone crab salad for an appetizer? Our produce
people Triple C Groves and McNab Produce have what you'll need for
that.
And here's a recipe you can use:

1 1/2 pounds picked stone crab meat
4 ounces chopped onion
4 ounces chopped celery
Pinch fresh chopped cilantro leaves
Mayonnaise, for binding

In a medium mixing bowl, combine all ingredients, using just enough
mayonnaise to hold everything together. Place in a serving bowl and chill
for at least 30 minutes. Serve with your favorite crackers as an appetizer.
Now that's going to get your party off to a swell start! That is, if you
don't eat it all before the guests arrive.
Naturally we have a whole lot more for you at the Green Market.
Teaphoria and Pittelli's Gourmet Coffees, for instance. They've got more
than just the best teas and coffees as if that wouldn't be enough. But
don't believe me, go on over and talk with Janel and Joe they'll convince
you (actually their product will, but that's fine with them).
And I haven't even mentioned most of the vendors at the Green Market -
or the great people at the John Knox Village Home Health Care booth who
are happy to take your blood pressure and talk about your health. Go on over
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WCI moves forward


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
The Eastern Community
Redevelopment Agency
(CRA) Advisory Committee
requested that the city per-
form a parking inventory
study of the Eastern CRA
district.
City Planning Director
Mark Leaf suggested that the
city begin the study as soon as
his staff has available re-
sources to complete the task.
But Bob Shelley, committee
member, suggested the city
waste no time in determining
the current inventory as well
as future needs based on
recent development initiatives
such as the forthcoming WCI
project, the possibility that the
city would create a plaza at
the eastern terminus of
Atlantic Boulevard, and the
new Ivan R. Smith building
that was recently approved by
the city's Planning and
Zoning board.
The object of the study
would be to better understand
the parking requirements
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we need plans for a parking
garage."
Committee member Bob
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attractive facades for parking
garages and adding that
parking facilities pay for
themselves over time.


Cultural Arts committee looks to turn

Pompano Chamber into local theater


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
Tricia Travis, a member of
the Cultural Arts Advisory
Board, requested that the city
consider using the old Cham-
ber of Commerce property at
2200 E. Atlantic Boulevard as
a playhouse rather than
tearing the building down and
adding the property to McNab
Park.
"Imagine having a play-
house in a park setting," said
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plays, recitals, concerts, and
many other ways to bring the
community together." Travis
added that the Atlantic


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doesn't have anything like
this and that a playhouse
could be a draw to local
residents and area tourists.
Travis suggested that
funds might be available
through grants. "The Cultural
Arts Board is interested. We
would be happy to hold gala


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vision, a desire, and a deter-
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The Reverend Dr. Lloyd Ogilvie,
retired Chaplain of the United States
Senate, will be preaching at the First
Presbyterian Church of Pompano
Beach on Sunday, Jan. 23. The
church is celebrating its 50th anni-
versary and Ogilvie's visit is just one
of a series of special events sched-
uled for 2005.
Dr. Ogilvie served as the 61st
Chaplain of the Senate from 1995 to
2003. In addition to opening the
Senate each day, he served as a
spiritual counselor for the senators,
their staff and families. Ogilvie
described his role as ". .. a faithful
counselor to them as they sought to
know and do God's will in the
monumental responsibilities en-
trusted to them." Ogilvie has also
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is a frequently sought after speaker
at churches, retreats, and confer-
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celebrate Al

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The history of Deerfield Island
Park, Deerfield Beach, will be
revealed during AL CAPONE DAY
on Sunday, January 30, from 1 to 3
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The presentation will include an
educational nature walk and a boat
tour. Subject matter will include the
island park's relationship to gangster
Al Capone, who terrorized Chicago
during the prohibition era of the
1920s. The cost of the program is
$6 per person and is open to partici-
pants of all ages. Preregistration is
required.


Call to Artists
Artists of all medium are
invited to the Lighthouse Point
Yacht and Racquet Club on
February 17th to submit their
work for acceptance in the 11
Annual Lighthouse Point Arts
Exhibition, held on Sunday, April
3rd at the Club. A small sample of
work, three to four pieces, will be
viewed by the panel to determine
appropriateness for the Exhibition.
Hours are 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at
the LHP Yacht and Racquet Club
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well as in Jupiter where he has been practicing for four years.


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Dr. Jacob Leibovici came to town
with sparkling new offices in March
of last year. Located at 3112 N.
Federal Highway in the Skipper strip
center, he spends designated days in
Lighthouse Point and in Jupiter where
he has had a dental practice for four
years.
He's proud of his background and
extra education because he says, "I
can render more services to my
clients. Besides graduating from the
University of Maryland Dental
School, I also have a Master's degree
in physiology. I did a hospital resi-
dency in New York and another in
New Jersey as an anesthesiologist.
This allows me to use IV Sedation for
patients who fear the dentist, and also
for those who want a lot of dental
work done at one time."
An attractive man of 38 with a
pleasant smile, he went on to explain,
"One advantage I have because of
doing hospital residencies is that I can
consult with physicians and under-
stand my patient's medical needs and
be sure they are compatible with the
dental work I am doing."
His dental practice is family and
cosmetic. He does root canals, surgi-
cal extractions, gum surgery, painless
teeth cleaning as well as standard
dental work for adults and children.
His records are completely com-
puterized which he says, "frees me
from a lot of paper work. Our digital
exray machines mean less radiation


exposure for the patient. We do
ongoing medical compliance by an
outside company which certifies that
we are in full compliance. "
Cosmetic dentistry is the hottest
trend in dentistry. Leibovici starts with
a photograph of the client and an
evaluation with the client on what
improvements are desired and achiev-
able. "We do minor orthodontics such
as teeth straightening, veneers which
involves placing a new facing on front
teeth, and teeth whitening."
While this interview was winding
down, Marie Gibson was being
prepared by the hygienist.
"I'm having a full mouth recon-
struction to improve my smile and I
can't tell you how pleased I am with
what they've done. I consulted other
dentists before I began this project and
I must say I'm delighted with the
result, the cost of the project and the
kindness of the people who are


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this team to anybody."
Pleased with the accolade,
Leibovici moved on to talk about
Zoom, the professional teeth whiten-
ing system. "In a little over an hour,
this in-office whitening procedure is
done with a special gel and a Zoom
whitening lamp. Discoloration of
enamel and dentin caused by many
things from coffee and tea to certain
antibiotics is effectively lightened.
Patients get instructions and touch up
kits for long lasting results."
This dental office has nitrous gas
available on request. It is used to put
patients in a relaxed state so that they
aware but not bothered. When the gas
is turned off, the dentist says the
patient has full return within one
minute.
Married with two children and two
offices, Leibovici is still willing to
accommodate his patients who have
become immobile and need house
calls.

General advice
See your dentist twice a year
for cleaning.
Get a full mouth exray every
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Always alert your dentist to
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Election
Continued from page 5
in 2004 but pulled out before
the campaign officially got
started. He is a former Vice-
Chair of the Board of Direc-
tors for the Greater Pompano
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, and a former president
of the Palmview Elementary
PTA, among other civic
activities. Phillips says he is
running to promote local
leadership. "The present
commissioner has failed to
create leaders within the
community, qualified through
civic and social backgrounds
to become future commission-
ers."
In District Two, incumbent
Commissioner Susan Foster is
looking to earn a second term
as commissioner. A former
executive in a chemical
company and a commissioner


for the Hillsboro Inlet Dis-
trict, Foster says she is
running for re-election
because, ".It's an exciting
time to be in Pompano Beach.
There is so much new and
unfinished business to which I
wish to attend."
Foster faces Andrew J.
Feinberg, a retired lawn and
landscape business owner.
Active in his community for
more than twenty years,
Feinberg is a three-time past
president of the Cresthaven
Civic Association. Feinberg
says he is running for the city
commission to represent the
residents. "The commissioner
should listen to the concerns
of the residents and take
action regardless of his or her
own personal feelings toward
the issue."
Filing ended on Tuesday.


Kester Cottages open to public


By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL
SOCIETY
The Pompano Beach
Historical Society's two
historic Kester Cottages will
be open to the public every
Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. PM.
SKester Cottages were
named for the individual who
had them built, William
Kester.
Mr. Kester decided to
construct these simple, wood-
frame houses during the Great
Depression, both as a way to
encourage tourism and to
provide work for local
residents.
Initially the cottages were
located on the beach and were
rented to tourists.
Over time, however,
addition cottages were built


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elsewhere and they became
permanent homes for Pom-
pano residents.
Recently, the two cottages
were given an extensive
"make over," including
significant exterior restoration
(including new roofs) and a
totally redesigned museum in


the east cottage.
The renovation was made
possible through a generous
donation from long-time
Historical Society board
member, Miriam Hood, and
the volunteer efforts of
dozens of hard-working
individuals.
The east cottage serves as
a museum of local history,
with exhibits on agriculture,
businesses and Pompano
schools, among others. The
west cottage has been fur-
nished to depict a home of the
late 1930s.
The cottages are located in
Founders Park, on NE Second
Street, between Third and
Fourth Avenues. There is
plenty of free parking in the
immediate area.
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LHP race
Continued from page 1
Soroptimists and works as a
volunteer or fundraiser for sev-
eral area organizations.
Commissioner Meredith
Chaiken-Weiss will face two
challengers for her seat in Chip
LaMarca and Nick Louis.
Chaiken-Weiss seeks her sec-
ond term as commissioner, and
has been a leader or member of
several city committees and
projects when not working as a
paralegal.
LaMarca, who is the Divi-


sion Manager for MGI-Morgan
Group, has been a member of
various boards and committees
in Lighthouse Point and is an
active member of the local Re-
publican Party.
Nick Louis is making a sec-
ond run for a commission seat,
having challenged Commis-
sioner Jane McLaughlin in
2004. Louis has more than fifty
years of professional experience
as an educator, researcher, and
program consultant and man-
ager for various state, national,
and international healthcare pro-
grams.


Theater
Continued from page 5
The City recently pur-
chased the old Chamber of
Commerce Building with the
stipulation that the Chamber
use the proceeds of the sale to
upgrade the property at 101
SW 2nd Street, where the
Chamber will be leasing the
property for the next thirty


years. The city had planned
to demolish the old building
as soon as the Chamber


moved out of the Atlantic
Boulevard location and add
the land to McNab Park.


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Man charged with sexual

battery over drug debt


COMPILED BY PELICAN STAFF
A 29-year old man
recently released from prison
is behind bars again, charged
with sexually battering a
woman over a drug debt. At
about 11:00 a.m. on January
17th, the victim, a 23-year
old woman, went to the
Pompano Beach apartment
of Sergio Barr to pay him
back for some cocaine he
had earlier provided to her.
When the victim told Barr
that she was still short
$80.00 of the money she
owed, Barr became agitated
and violent, telling the
* woman that she wasn't
leaving the apartment until
"they were even."
Barr, who weighs about
200 pounds, grabbed the


petite victim by the neck,
forced her into his bedroom
and sexually assaulted her.
During the attack, Barr
threatened to kill the woman
if she resisted. That evening,
the victim told her story to
Broward Sheriff's Office
detectives in Pompano
Beach and picked Barr's
photo out of a line-up. The
next day, BSO detectives -
arrested Barr and executed a
search warrant at his apart-
ment.
At Barr's apartment,
investigators collected
evidence of the sexual


battery and found cocaine
and marijuana left out in
plain sight. In 1993, Sergio
Barr was sentenced to three
years of community supervi-
sion for burglary. In 1996,
Barr was sentenced to prison
for nine years and three
months for an armed bur-
glary he had committed
about a year earlier. On Sept.
9, 2003, Barr was released
from the Glades Work Camp
in Belle Glade. If he is
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Festival is scheduled for
Jan. 21 (noon to 11 p.m.),
Jan. 22 (11 a.m. to 11 p.m.)
and Jan. 23 (noon to 7 p.m.)
at St. Demetrios Greek
Orthodox Church, 815 N.E.
15th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.
Call 954-761-FEST.
Doll, Bear & Toy Show
will be at The Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center on Jan.
22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $3
admission children under
12 are free. "Doll Doctor"
will be available.


Weather Vane Antique
Show will be at The Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center on
Jan. 28 and Jan. 29 from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Jan.
30 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission $6/person or $5/
person with coupon. Great
Show!!
"Annual Free Geneal-
ogy Workshop" offered by
Fontenada Chapter National
Society Daughters of the
American Revolution will be
Jan. 29 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at Broward County
Library of Pompano Beach,
1213 East Atlantic Blvd.,
Pompano Beach. Receive
One-On-One training.
Reservations are a must. Call
954-941-3226.

Continued on page 14


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GARDEN WRITER
A weed is defined as,
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anything that you don't like
in your garden. This time of
year there seems to be an
outbreak of several annual
weeds that spread like
wildfire.
One in particular is
chickweed, a low spreading
thing that grows quickly and
then sets seed to wait until
next year; pull them now and
throw them in the compost
pile! Another one is a small
oxalis with little yellow
flowers, kind of pretty, but
just gets everywhere and has
seeds that explode in all
directions, plus a perennial
root.
Weeds are persistent
survivalists to say the least!
I actually love to weed, once
I have gained the upper
hand. To me it's therapeutic
to get out there with a bucket
and watch the pile grow, and
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many seedling volunteers of
things purposely planted by
me. If you look closely, you
can learn to identify the
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plants.
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coreopsis, rougeberry, even
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chids. It is amazing how
quietly, yet diligently, the
seeds drop down beneath the
parent plant and grow.
The plants are so tiny at
first, but clearly identifiable.


Planting some of these
desirable "weeds" and then
transplanting the progeny
around an ever-increasing
area can quickly achieve an
English wildflower/cottage
type garden. The birds and
butterflies will love you.
Seedlings will grow
better if thinned out, which
means some for the compost
and some for friends. Shar-
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gardening so much fun. A
real garden is a group of
friends who have given us
their botanical babies over
the years.


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Ely Girls Soccer Team Breaks Losing Streak


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Blanche Ely High
School's Lariza Mendoza
was ready to see her team-


mates' 17-match winless
streak end when they took
the field on Wednesday at
home for a soccer match


Pompano freshman,

Peseux, aims to prove

she's one of the guys
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against Dillard, who also
entered the contest without a
victory.
After all, the Tigers had
easily beaten the Panthers
the year before. However, to
Blanche Ely's surprise,
Dillard despite playing
with just nine players -
gave the home team all it
could handle in a match that
ended in a 1-1 deadlock.


"I felt confident going
into the game," said
Mendoza, a junior co-
captain who plays Osweeper.
"But they were very aggres-
sive and they weren't afraid.
We just weren't expecting it.
We ended up saying to
ourselves, 'Oh my gosh,
they have nine players and
they're playing us this way.'
The game was physical as


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By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
One of the rites of spring is
the first baseball practice of the
season. Alexi Peseux is looking
forward to it as much as the next
guy. Or girl.
Alexi Peseux is aiming to-
become the first girl to play on
the boys high school baseball
team at Pompano Beach High
School.


Peseux and a number of po-
tential teammates have been
working through drills and con-
ditioning programs at the high
school throughout the winter.
According to Head Coach
George Petik, she fits in like
she's one of the guys. "She's
bound and determined she does
exactly what the boys do when
she has to do it."


By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER

The Lighthouse Point
Parks and Recreation Depart-
ment is reminding city
residents of this year's
Inaugural Fishing Tournament
taking place on Feb. 5 in
conjunction with this year's
Keeper Days events.
In an effort to get kids
involved in the contest,
divisions have been created
for boys and girls ages 6 and
under, 7 to9, and 10 to 12, as
well as a teen division for kids
from 13 to 17. An offshore
division has been created for
adults who choose to partici-


pate. Awards for a variety of
different categories will be
available to eligible winners.
Kids and teens wishing to
participate in the contest must
register at the kickoff party
which will be held at Dan
Witt Park from 5 p.m. to 8
p.m. Adults wishing to
participate in the Offshore
Division can register ahead of
time by visiting City Hall, or
attend the kickoff party at
Dan Witt Park.
For complete contest rules,
please visit the city website at
www.lighthousepoint.com, or
contact Parks and Recreation
Director John Trudel at 954-
784-3439.


well, with play stoppage
occurring at least a half-
dozen times during a spirited
scoreless second half.
Mendoza was among the
Tigers knocked out of the
game with an ankle injury
following a collision mid-
way in the second half.
"This was easily the most
physically wiped out I've
felt all season," said
Mendoza, who is expected to
recover in time for the
district playoffs which
begins on the week of Jan.
24.
"It was frustrating but at
the same time I give Dillard
credit," Blanche Ely coach
Concepcion Ledezma said
after watching his team
improve to 0-17-1. "They
were inexperienced like us,
but they took it to us with
their aggressive play."
Ledezma added, "I had a
couple of girls complaining
that they were being pushed,
but I told them they've got
to answer with good aggres-
sive play themselves. Our
young players have to learn
that it's part of the game,
and they had to learn it the
hard way."
After Blanche Ely goal-
keeper Whitney Blake was
forced to stop three Dillard

Continued on page 16


County approves slot machine referendum after


making sure it gets a piece of the action


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
Voting 8 1, with County
Mayor Kristin Jacobs
dissenting, the Broward
County Commission ap-
proved agreements with the
county's four pari-mutuel
and jai alai facilities, includ-
ing Pompano Park Race-
track. Then, having guaran-


teed that the county would
receive at least $2.5 million
from the facilities by Sept.
30 and 1.5 percent of the
gross profits from any slot
machines added to the
facilities, voted 8 1 to
allow the Slot Machine
referendum to appear on
county ballots on March 8.
The county required three


different amendments to the
agreements with the pari-
mutuel facilities before
voting in favor of the agree-
ments and referendum. The
first, presented by District
Four Commissioner Jim
Scott, ensured that the $2.5
million down payment the
facilities would provide the
county be treated as a credit


against future development
obligations or expenses the
county may incur to support
increased activities at the
four existing facilities.
Scott's amendment was
necessitated because com-
missioners had intimated in
previous meetings that the
facilities were providing
funds to cover expenses


related to holding the elec-
tion, and Assistant County
Attorney Noel Pfeffer
reminded the commission
that no private enterprise can
fund an election.
Mayor Jacobs, during the
discussion, said the cost of
the election had been previ-

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Slots
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ously estimated at $2.3
million, but County Admin-
istrator Roger Desjarlais
mentioned that the final cost
would likely be much more
than that.
A second amendment
proposed by District Three
Commissioner Ben Graber
called for the county provid-
ing regulatory supervision
should the state legislature
not create the appropriate
regulations for operating
slot machines in Florida,
including taxation, hours of
operation, payout percent-
ages, and the like. Should
the referendum pass, the
four facilities would be able
to install slot machines as
early as July 1st, and while
County Administrator
Desjarlais suggested that
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time would be difficult, the
county would do what was
necessary to ensure that no
facility could operate with-
out regulatory supervision.
Representatives of the
four facilities all verbally
agreed to this amendment
before the board during the
discussion period. District
One Commissioner Ilene
Lieberman suggested that
the county doesn't regulate
other gambling in the
county, including ships that
dock in Port Everglades and
casinos on Indian reserva-
tions. However, all the
commissioners voted in
favor of the amendment.
The third amendment
restricted the four facilities
from transferring their
gaming licenses to any other
facility, an amendment made
necessary when it was
learned that Dania Jai Alai
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facility.
Immediately preceding
the vote on the agreements,
Mayor Jacobs said, "I don't
believe these agreements are
the best thing for Broward
County. I appreciate the
new language, but ultimately
there are negative impacts to
gambling. It will negatively
affect the quality of life in
our county." At roll call,
only Jacobs cast a dissenting
vote.
When the vote was
concluded, Commissioner
Lieberman moved to force
the four pari-mutuel facili-
ties to immediately accept
the agreement or have that
facility left off of the ballot.

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Sightings


Continued from page 11
North Pompano Beach
Little League's 40th Anni-
versary "Kick-Off' will be
Feb. 19 at North Broward
Park and invited are all of those
that have ever played little
league baseball, coached,
volunteered or sponsored this
league. Call 954-698-0988 or
954-242-2978.
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to assist with data entry and
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First Presbyterians celebrate 50 years of worship in Pompano Beach


By Lee Waldo and Sandy
Johnson
SOCIETY MATTERS
How many times have
people who live in the area
used "The Pink Church" as a
landmark and a way to direct
folks to their neighborhoods?
The Pink Church, actually the
First Presbyterian Church
of Pompano Beach, cel-
ebrated its congregation's
50th birthday Sunday, Jan. 16
at a special service designed
to honor its place in local
history.
With a church filled to
capacity, the Reverend Jack
Noble thanked many people
who had made the celebration
possible. He introduced the
oldest living, active member
of the church, Ruth
S Roselle,105 years old!!
Pompano Beach Mayor
John Rayson read a procla-
mation in which he stated that
the very first service of this
group of worshippers was
held in the Pompano Beach
Drive-In Theater in 1955!!
Fortunately, a few years later,
in 1960, the Pink Church was
finished and dedicated.
The Reverend Dr.
Dwayne Black was honored
with an award for the Com-
munity Life Center in recog-
nition of his 37 years of
service to the community.
The church is planning a


massive expansion project
which will include a new
education building and
sanctuary on the current
grounds. As Pastor Noble
said, "This project is for the
children we don't even know;
our children's children."
The congregation enjoyed
a video depicting 50 years of
history and an original
composition by Mark C.
Jones, Pink Church organist.
The rousing anthem, "A Song
of Joy," was composed by
Mr. Jones especially for this
celebration.
Following the service,
congregants and their guests
were ushered outside under a
large tent where a multi-
tiered, fabulously decorated
birthday cake was the first
sight to greet their eyes.
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dozens of pink roses and
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BIRTHDAY GUESTS: Virginia Fleming,Jan Gibbs,
Ruth Ann Fleming, and Linda Hinkle get ready to dine
at 50th anniversary luncheon. Joan Textor, Elsa
Hoffmann, and Dawn Rausch warm up to a luncheon
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Continuedfrom page 13

shots early on, Blanche Ely
finally got the game's first
score in the 15th minute
when Monica Coello took a
pass from Adelina Valle and
scored her first goal of the
season.
The 1-0 lead lasted 15
minutes as Dillard's Terry-
Ann Campbell broke past
stopper Rachel Jean-
Francois and Mendoza for
the breakaway goal in the
30th minute.
Both teams had chances
to break the tie with BEHS's
Coello and Dillard's
Campbell getting at least
two quality shots stopped by
opposing goalkeepers Blake
and Ginette Souffrant of
Dillard.
"I'm really proud of the
way Whitney played,"
Mendoza said, "especially
for someone who normally
plays on the field as a


defender."
After following up with
its regular-season finale
against Boyd Anderson on
Thursday, Jan. 23, the Tigers
are aiming for the district
tournament, featuring
favorite top-seeded
Stoneman Douglas, the two-
time defending state cham-
pion.
The Tigers will likely
face Coconut Creek in a
battle of No. 5 and 6 seeds.
BEHS lost both season
matches to the Cougars by
scores of 5-0 and 3-0.
"Even with our record,
I'm really very excited about
the opportunity to play
Coconut Creek in the play-
offs," Mendoza said. "We
didn't have a full team when
we last played them, and it
was only 3-0. All in all, I
believe we'll play better
with the girls learning from
this."


Baseball

Continued from page 13

Peseux says she became
hooked on baseball after
watching her younger brother,
Joey, play in a game. Look-
ing at her mother, Angie,
Alexi said, "I can play better
than these guys." Angie
challenged her daughter. "If
you think so, you should put
your money where your
mouth is and play ball."
So she did. Alexi hung up
the toe shoes after years of
ballerina training and put on a
pair of cleats. "I don't miss
dance," she says. "I really
love playing baseball. It's
something I enjoy and do.
That's what the coach is
looking for a good person
with a good attitude. That
sort of thing."
Alexi admits that there


were challenges at first.
"When I started playing, guys
were like 'this is a joke.'
Now, though, everyone is
pretty cool with it. They
accept it and think it's cool
that I'm playing."
Petik downplays the issue
with the team. "There are no
issues. We don't really
discuss it. We treat her like
she's one of the gang."
Petik remembers just one
girl who tried out for a boys
baseball team in recent
memory. "I think the last
time a girl tried out was in the
mid-80s; she made the JV
team at Coral Springs High
School. That's what I remem-
ber, anyway."
Peseux admits she needs
work batting, but she feels
like she can field and run the
bases with anybody. "I took
hitting instruction during the
winter and worked out at a


camp. Part of the problem is
that a lot of pitchers won't
pitch to me. Some of them
worry about hitting me; some
might not want me to hit
them. They all talk tough
until I get up there. They are
used to having girls back
down, but I stay in there and it
throws them off. I tend to get
walked a lot."
Petik says Peseux has a
good shot at making the team.
Though he hasn't seen her
play in a real game, he taught
Peseux in a Physical Educa-
tion class this fall. "She's a
very good athlete. She runs
pretty well, she's very agile,
and fairly strong. If she wants
to make it work, there's a spot
for her just as there would
be a spot for any other person
willing to hustle and keep a
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By Lee Waldo and Sandy
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SOCIETY MATTERS
It has been a
busy week in our
neighborhoods!!
Who would have
ever thought that
there could be so
many events going
on in our little
area??
The monthly get
together of the Lee Wlado and
Triple S Club of Sandy JOhnson
Lighthouse Point
took place on land and sea. By the
way, Triple S stands for Smart,
SINGLE and Sophisticated!! The
ladies began the evening cruising
down the Intracoastal under the expert
maneuvering of Eunice Hamblen
while sharing some liquid refresh-
ments and promising to keep the
cheese off the floor on this trip!
Dinner was at Joe's Riverside
where Lona Harris and Diane Miller
were delighted to dine on a succulent
meal of hog fish cooked perfectly to
order. Returning to the dock, all
joined in a cheery hello to, the resident
osprey, that lives high above on the
flagpole and appears to be the king of
the domain.
It seems like light years ago, but at
the Lighthouse Point Library
fundraiser at the Hillsboro Club in
October, one of the live auctions items
was a dinner party with the mayor of
Lighthouse Point, Fred Schorr. Well,
Saturday night it was time for the
mayor and his wife Laraine to step up
to the plate and hold to their promise.
Who were the lucky, highest bidders?
None other than local attorneys Fred
and Sherry MacLean who have
certainly done their share in helping
the library as well as other events in
town.
They were accompanied by their
children Fred Jr., Adrian, and Tracy
along with their spouses. Catered by
Lilywhites, it looked like no one
would leave the premises without a
very full tummy!!! L Lily Schorr, the
Schorrs' King Charles Spaniel, was
there too enjoying the feast.
Every year St. Paul's Catholic
Church hosts Aunt Mary's Attic
which is a rummage sale of major
proportions. We spoke with Diana
Marcinka and Nancy Buckley who
informed us that it had taken three full
days just to set up all the merchandise
for sale.
The sale began at 9 a.m. but they
said that by 7:30 the crowds had

Continued on page 18


Social Matters


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It's what YOU wan'i


but this gig is for the KIDS!


By Sandy Johnson
SOCIETY MATTERS
What in the world is
Wannado City?
All of our columns to
date have been about all the social
things going on in the adult world, but
here we have something new and
unique for our kids. It is billed as in
indoor role-playing theme park where
kids can be whatever they want to
be-right now.
I set out for Wannado City at
Sawgrass Mills, accompanied by the
ultimate critics for any entertainment,
my 7-year-old grandson Jake Johnson
and my 4-year-granddaughter Tate
Johnson. I also had my grown son
Ryan and daughter-in-law Megan in
tow so we could take advantage of a
full family outing.
I was met at the door by Barbara
Hon representing Laura Lieberman,
director of sales and marketing.
At the security check-in, I was
thrilled to find that we had to wear
coded security bracelets and no one is
allowed to exit without the group.
Another safety precaution is the
refusal of an adult admission unless
accompanied by a child.


To begin their adventure, each
child initially enters a bank where play
money is issued-not dollars, but
Wongas in Wannado City!!
And there are lots of places to
spend the Wongas.
But many of the jobs pay the
children for their services so they
never run out of money.
The absolute high point of Jake's
day was waiting in line at State Farm
Bank to get his own ATM card he
could then use at any of the five ATM
machines located throughout the park.
What a way to teach your child
how to earn and manage his money!
First stop for us was the police
station. Jake went inside, listened to
some discussions at the booking desk,
sat in the suspect questioning room,
saw the jail and emerged some
minutes later dressed in a police
uniform and ready to patrol the park
looking for someone to "arrest."
What's a crime in the City worthy of
an arrest?? Running or chewing gum
are just a few of them. He diligently
scanned the crowd and let out a shout
of joy when he saw a girl chewing
away on her gum. He "arrested" her
on the spot and she had to accompany


him back to the police station and
spend a few minutes in jail.
On to Plantation General Hospital
with its training room, baby nursery,
laboratory, emergency and operating
rooms.
The ambulance arrived with a
"patient" on the stretcher and it was so
real that Tate went flying out of the
room not wanting any part of that!!
Jake proceeded to put on his
surgeon clothes and went into the
emergency room where the "patient"
was reclining on the table waiting for
medical care. The children hovered
around as they learned real emergency
room care. Upstairs another group
was busy getting ready to perform
surgery on another poor hapless
victim. Each child was quietly
hanging on to every word spoken.
Tate went for the Fashion House
where she was decked out in all the
finery of a runway model.
Emerging from the backroom, she
pranced down the walkway adorned in
finery and looking like a Vogue
model!!
At the beauty parlor, she chose a


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Social matters
Continued from page 17
already started lining up at the
doors. "One man's trash is
another man's treasure" sure
held true for this room full of
potential great discoveries!
The ladies ended the day with
a grand profit of over $3,500.
which is quite a sum made a
nickel and a dime at a time!!
Hairspray!!! We have
been listening to the music
and singing the words for
years. At last, this musical


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where we were met by local
resident Don Dare who
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seats are located. As the
curtain rose, we knew that the
unabashed fun was about to
begin!! Our feet were tapping
and we had an overwhelming
desire to dance in the aisles,
proved to be the major
hardship of the day. Who can
ever forget those unbelievable
beehive hairdos of the early


'60's? Yep! Rock'n roll still
sells.
Football is winding down
but we still have some very
dedicated fans in the area.
Our poor Dolphins are home
watching the playoffs just like
we are, but other teams are
way more fortunate or I
should say way more profi-
cient!! We dropped next door
to Jane Clark and Donna
White's home. They had just
arrived this week from the
Pittsburgh area and are hard
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manicure with bright crimson
nails.
Her manicurist was
another role-playing young-
ster.
Tate shopped at the Publix
store using her Wongas while
Jake opted for the Spirit
Flight School.
An airline pilot guided us
through a simulated jet
fuselage.
The fuselage was divided
into small flight deck sta-
tions, and Jake could actually
get the feel and understand
the management of a real jet
airplane.
Wait now, where was Tate
while all this was going on?
We found her next door at
the Strobe Dance Club!
Entering through long rows of
shimmering beads, we found
the disco club where 15- 20
children at a time get a chance
to dance and compete for


Wonga prizes. Three young
judges narrowed the field to
three finalists. But the audi-
ence makes the final decision
with clapping and cheers.
Hungry???
The food courts are
expertly run, with a variety of
tasty food. No Wongas here!!
Real dollars to buy the food!
A budding
paleontologist?
The Lost City of Situ is an
Indiana Jones type of hands-
on adventure complete with a
its own archeological dig.
A huge favorite since the
children uncover the pottery
pieces that reveal the lost
treasure.
There were innumerable
other jobs to choose from in
this city just their size -
fireman (traveling on a fire
truck in full gear and using a
water hose to put out a fire in
the Firecracker Factory),
jeweler, dentist, movie
producer, TV producer,
newspaper reporter, court-


house judge or jury, radio
station worker, art student,
librarian, and so on. There is
a circus and a theater there
too!!

What impressed me?
I never saw a child who
wasn't having a ball the
entire time. The age limit is
13 years old and even these
preteen kids were just caught
up in the whole role playing
game.
Be sure to take advantage
of the $5 discount for Florida
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Jake and Tate's final
comments were "Nana, can
we come back tomorrow and
do it again?" The harsh
critics have given it a four star
rating!!

My only regret?? I wish I
had been one of the kids.
Wannado City.opens daily
at 10 a.m. but call 954-838-
7100 first since sometimes
there are special hours.


They also will make
arrangements for school
groups providing teachers
with pre and post lesson plans


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most out of this fascinating
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Continued from page 14
MONDAY JAN. 24
"Personal Home Safety"
will be presented by Fyllis
Nadler, Personal Alert Link
on Jan.24 at 1 p.m. at N.E.
Focal Point Alzheimer's Day
Care Center, Deerfield Beach.
Call 954-480-4463.
TUESDAY JAN. 25
Card Party hosted by
BPO Does Drove 142 will be
Jan. 25 at 11:30 a.m. at The


Elks Lodge, 700 N.E. 10th St.,
Pompano Beach. $3 includes
dessert. Open to the public.
Call 561-479-2002 or 954-
972-6953 for reservation.
AARP 55 Alive Driver
Safety Classes will be Jan.
25 and Jan. 26 from 1 to 5
p.m.'at Skolnick Civic Center,
800 S.W. 36th Ave., Pompano
Beach. Both days are re-
quired. Advanced registration
required. Call 954-974-2272.
"How to Prevent Cold &
Flu" will be presented by
Tracy Sempowich, Suncoast


Pharmacy on Jan. 25 at noon
at N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4446.
WEDNESDAY JAN. 26
"How Do I Talk with my
Doctor?" will be presented
by Diane Harvey, RN, CDE
on Jan. 26 at 11 a.m. in the
Waiting Room of Pompano
Primary Health Care Clinic,
2011 N.W. 3rd Ave., Pom-
pano Beach. Call 954-786-
5911.
THURSDAY JAN. 27
The Broward County


Mummers String Band
extends an open invitation to
the public to join them for
rehearsals every Thursday at
7:30 p.m. at the Anglesea Pub
and Restaurant. Musicians are
encouraged to bring their
instruments. Call 954-956-
7212.
UPCOMING
Large White Elephant
Sale will take place Jan. 29
and Jan. 30 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. in the recreation room of
The Parliment House, 405 N.
Ocean Blvd., Pompano


Beach. Call 954-943-3742.
"Diabetes Questions and
Answers" will be presented
by Diane Harvey, RN, CDE
on Jan. 31 at 11 a.m. in the
Waiting Room of Pompano
Primary Health Care Clinic,
2011 N.W. 3rd Ave., Call
954-786-5911.
Arthritis Self-Help
Course will be offered at
N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach on
Tuesday from 10 a.m. to
noon Feb. 1 through Mar. 8.
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RENTALS

POMPANO BEACH 2B/2B Condo.
One Half Block From Beach With
Beach Access. Completely
Renovated. All Tile. No Pets Annual
Lease. Call 954-254-9541 1/21
POMPANO BEACH 1B/11B
Updated Beach Condo. Sleeps Four.
Pool. Laundry. Available Now.
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954-653-0680 1/21
POMPANO BEACH CASA LA
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Beach. Annual Lease. $750/mo.
FLS. Call 954-943-5278 1/21
LAUDERDLE-BY-THE-SEA. 2/2
Large Condo. Spectacular Ocean
and Intracoastal Views. Pool. Gym.
Garage Parking. Dock Space.
Available. Small Pet Allowed. 954-
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East of Federal Hwy. $650/mo. Call
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POMPANO BEACH Efficiency
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Hwy. $495/mo. Call 954-942-9525
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POMPANO BEACH Large 2B/1 B
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954-868-9458 1/21


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HEALTH CARE SALES With Twelve
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Work From Home or Local Office.
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SERVER POSITION Now Open At
Beach Breakfast And Lunch Cafe in
Pompano Beach. Experience
Preferred But Not Required. Call
954-804-0168 For Interview 1/21


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With Two Matching Chairs. Ideal For
Kitchen or Porch/Patio. $75. Call
954-940-0970 -1/21
WURLITZER ORGAN With Seat and
Light. Good Condition. Light Colored
Wood. Great For Home Or Church
Use. $300. Call 954-942-0970 1/21
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FURNITURE Sofa Bed Great
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Dinning Room Table With Two
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FOR SALE. Restaurant, Laundromat
and Bakery. For Information Call
Jack or Tova at 954-332-8818 954-
914-5522 c 3/4


LESSONS

ART CLASSES Still life, landscape
drawing and painting. For further
information call Nancy at 954-943-
1673- NG 1/28


GARAGE SALE

UP SCALE GARAGE SALE. Don't
Miss This One. Multi-Family. Jan 22
beginning at 8 a.m. at Twin Waters,
1201 N. Riverside Drive., Pompano
Beach 1/21


VENDORS WANTED

INDOOR FLEA MARKET For
Saturday March 5. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at Second Presbyterian Church,
1400 N. Federal Hwy., Fort


Lauderdale. Cost $25 per 6' Table.
Call Edna 954-973-9205 1/21


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Auctions

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Books

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For Sale

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Norwood Industries also
manufactures utility ATV
attachments, log skidders, portable
board edgers and forestry
equipment.
www.norwoodindustries.com -Free
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enough, we'll have a uniform
for her, too."
Petik admits, however,
that Peseux will have to adapt
to a different game the further
she goes along. "Once the
guys get bigger and stronger,
it'll be different for her as it
would be for anyone. The
guys get taller, stronger they
start throwing in the 80s and
90s. She'll have to decide


how far she can go."
Petik knows what it's like
to have a daughter who can
play baseball. His own
daughter is twelve and he says
she's as good as the boys right
now. However, he admits that
he will likely counsel her to
play fast-pitch softball.
"There are more scholarships
available for girls who play
softball than baseball. It's
really a numbers game."
The first practice and
tryout begins on Jan. 24.


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Antonio Coppola, John Pirog .................. 120
2nd Dan McGonagle, Harry Jung, Bill Skerry,
Raoul Denis. ......................... ... 120
3rd Bob Geneva, John Booy, Joe Ferrante,
Fred Byrnes............................ .. . 121
4th Roger Chapman, Joe Clark, Jim King,
Bob Sweeny ............................ 1121
5th Joe Greene, Wayne Joy, John Sherry............ 121
6th Armand Savino, Ed Lehky, Rudy Ponzio,
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After discussion,
Lieberman's amendment
was changed to require each
facility to sign the agreement
by 5:00 p.m. on Friday in
order to have that facility
included on the March
ballot.
Public speakers came out
in support of and against
adding slot machines to area
facilities. Among the
loudest dissenters was Paul
Seago, executive director of
No Casinos, Inc., which
operates in Orlando. Seago
said that his organization
would seek an injunction
preventing holding the
election over concerns that
the pari-mutuel facilities
were, in fact, paying to hold
the election despite new
language in the agreements
suggesting that any up-front
money paid by the facilities
would be credited against
future county development.
More than two-thirds of
Broward County voters
came out in support of
Amendment Four in Novem-
ber. Said Lieberman, "Let's
not kid ourselves. There are
slot machines in boats that
dock at our ports and there
are slot machines at casinos
on the reservations. Gam-
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