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Volume XII, Issue 64


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Pompano Beach
continues Tree
Give-A-Away this
Saturday, April 16

Pompano Beach will continue to
give away native trees this Saturday,
April 16 at the City Nursery, 1000
NE 3 Ave., from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. to
residents who live within the city.
To qualify for a free tree resi-
dents must provide identification
such as a driver's license or water
bill to verify residency.
Each resident will be given a
choice between many varieties
including Coconut Palms, Green
Buttonwood, Gumbo Limbo, Live
Oak, Mahogany, and Pink Tabebuia.
Instruction sheets for planting
will be handed out with the trees.

Fisher nominated
for County
Planning Council

Pompano Beach Commissioner
Lamar Fisher's name will be added
to a list of
candidates for
county's Plan-
ning Council.
The Broward
County Plan-
ning Council
makes recom-
mendations to FI
the County
Commission on proposed amend-
ments to land use and contributes to
the development of long term
planning policies.
Fisher says that he's excited
about the possibility of serving on
the 20-member team Council. "I
served on the city's Planning and
Zoning Board for seven years," says
Fisher, "and this would be a great
way for me to learn about develop-
ment and planning issues at the
county level."
* In addition to a county commis-
sioner and a representative from the
school board, each county commis-
sioner can appoint two members to
the council. One must be an elected
municipal official, while the other
must be an elector not holding public
office. Broward County Mayor
Kristin Jacobs asked the city to
select a potential council member,
leading to Tuesday's selection of
Fisher.


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Supremes' Mary Wilson added to Pompano

Beach Seafood Festival entertainment line-up

Motown Sounds to fill the air on Friday Night, April 22


By Ric Green
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The Supremes' Mary Wilson, one
the original members, will bring the
groups' library of hits to the
Beachside stage at the 21st Annual


Pompano Beach Seafood Festival.
"We are very excited," said John
Good, the event organizer. "It is
unfortunate that Eric Burton and the
Animals had to cancel, but it gave us
the opportunity to get The Supremes'


Mary Wilson for Friday night's
show."
As a Detroit teenager, Mary
Wilson was inspired to become part of

Continued on page 16


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
The Pompano Beach City Commis-
sion voted 6-1 last Tuesday to adopt new
regulations preventing residents from
putting up fences or plantings blocking
the center view of a canal. They acted
despite claims from residents who say
the new openings along Harbor Drive
have removed any sense of privacy for
homes at the ends of canals.
Originally, special regulations al-
lowed owners to build fences or plant

Continued on page 15


VIEW FROM HARBOR DRIVE Despite objections that people can see into homes and back
yards, Pompano Commissioners voted 6-0 to remove fences that would obstruct views of canals.
[Photo by Paul Proia]


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Foster, BSO code officer Alcohol still illegal in parks, say


to speak at Cresthaven

meeting on April 21


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Pompano Beach Vice
Mayor Susan Foster will
update residents on plans for
installing street lights in
Cresthaven at the next meet-
ing of Cresthaven Neighbor-
hood Watch on Thursday,
April 21,7:30 p.m., St.
Elizabeth Social Hall, 901
N.E. 33rd St., Pompano
Beach.
Foster, who represents the
area on the Pompano Beach
City Commission, will also
discuss current projects and
future development plans in
the city, including Pompano
CitiCenter, the beach area and
Old Pompano.
She will outline her plan
to appoint a committee of
local residents to study street-
calming in Cresthaven and the


Pompano Beach Highlands.
Foster said that speeding in
residential neighborhoods is
priority concern of residents.
Deputy City Manager
Phyllis Korab, who was
recently appointed by City
Manager Bill Hargett, will
introduce herself to residents
and discuss plans for a new
Pompano Beach Library,
planned in the vicinity of
Atlantic Boulevard and Dixie
Highway.
District 11 BSO Sgt. Todd
Michael, a code enforcement
officer, will.answer questions
from residents.
Cresthaven Neighborhood
Watch meetings are free and
open to the public. For
additional information,
contact Carol Waldrop, 954-
786-7536.


Lighthouse Point commissioners


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Last Tuesday;Lighthouse
Point Commissioners agreed
that the standing city code
prohibiting alcohol consump-
tion on city property, incluA-
ing city.parks, works and
should remain in tact.
But, acting as the lone
realist, Commissioner Vice
President Mike Long, argued
that there could be times
when alcohol consumption
and/or sales, with police
supervision and control, could
be legal.
Long cited two standing
city events, Keeper's Day and
Lighthouse Aglow, where
drinking normally takes place
regardless of the present law.


The intent of changing the
present ordinance was to
provide a method to allow
issuing permits for the sale or
use of alcoholic beverages.
But sobering comments
came from Police Chief Ross
Licata. He reminded the
commission that allowing
alcohol would call for addi-
tional police at such events.
Further, he said the city
would not want to be respon-
sible to serving alcohol to
people who would not be able
to drive safely away from the
event.
Action to change the
present law prohibiting
alcohol sales and consumption
failed to passed for lack of a
motion.
But the city did pass on a
second reading another


alcohol ordinance that now
allows bars and stores to sell
alcoholic beverages as early
as 7 a.m., two hours earlier
than the present code allows.
Selling alcohol on Sun-
days is still illegal before
noon.
In other action, the com-
mission:
Agreed [5-0] to offer the
mayor and city commission-
ers medical benefits and cover
those costs 100 percent.
Commissioners who decline
would receive 50 percent of
the city's cost for coverage
and an additional supplement
of $1,300 fof "out of pocket"
medical or child care ex-
penses.
Agreed [5-0] to change

Continued on page 7


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One of Blanche Ely's brightest short $1,000 to

represent United States in the United Kingdom


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS

Just a junior at Blanche
Ely High School, Kayla
Paulk is already a cultured
and worldly individual.
During her 16 years, she has
mastered Spanish, is familiar
with German, and has an
understanding of Italian,
Portuguese, French, and
Yiddish. The last four she
learned by studying on her
own. She volunteers as a
translator for the orthopedic
and neurology departments in
Memorial Regional Hospital.
Paulk recently was
accepted by People to People
to participate as a goodwill
ambassador representing the
United States in London,
Edinburgh, and Dublin.
People to People, an
organization started 50 years
ago by President Dwight D.
Eisenhower, was created to
give citizens the chance to
meet others around the world
and resolve differences
without having governments
getting involved.
"When I was in sixth
grade, mom put me in a
magnet progr a~ for interna-
tional affairs and business. I
learned one Spanish phrase
and used it over and over
again," says Paulk. "Then, I
was introduced to a number
of different languages, and
decided that I wanted to learn
all of them. So, I started with
the romance languages, then
the Germanic ones. I think
learning all the languages
opened my mind and it gave
me so many different oppor-
tunities like this one."
Now, Paulk is trying to
raise the money necessary to
make the trip. Thus far, she
has received contributions
from the Pompano Beach
Rotary totaling $3,000,
Broward County Commis-
sioner Josephus Eggelletion
contributed $1,000, and her
mom has contributed other
funding.
Still, she finds herself
about $1,000 short and is
trying to reach out and find
additional sponsors.
0 Paulk is the president of
the Science National Honor
Society and Renaissance
Clubs, and is a member of the
National Honor Roll and
National Achievers Society.
Her 4.89 grade point average
makes her second in her class
and as a sophomore was
recognized by the Sigma
Theta sorority as having the
highest GPA in northern


"I want to major in'political
science and language when I
get to college," says Paulk. "I
want to study international
S. relations, eventually becom-
L' Jg ing an ambassador or political
figure of some kind."
As a People to People
S' ambassador, Paulk will spend
three weeks in the United
Kingdom, meeting with local
organizations, visiting busi-
ness centers, and getting
completely immersed in local
PAULK customs and traditions.
Paulk's mom, Marcia
Broward County. Taylor, is excited about the
Blanche Ely High School opportunity facing her daugh-
Principal Sam Scavella is a ter, the oldest of four children.
fan of Kayla. Dr. Scavella "This ties into Kayla's quest
said, "Kayla is a very commit- to learn. She always works
ted and dedicated student. hard and we believe that when
She puts the joy in being an we work hard, good things
educator." come to us. She gets excited
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supports her desire to one day is to study the world and this
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Benefit the troops in Iraq while cruising the Eastern


Caribbean with American Legion Post 142


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"We hope to raise at least
$5,000 for our people fighting
in Iraq," says Pat Basileo,
cruise organizer. The commit-
tee of three, including
Basileo, Post 142 Commander
Paul Renneisen and Board
member Kevin Doheny, has
hopes of signing up at least
200 people.
The benefit, 10 night
Eastern Caribbean cruise will
sail on the Holland American
Volendam from October 26 -
November 5, 2005.
Basileo is a true 'cruise
director'. "This will be the
third cruise I've organized for
the Post," he explains, "but
I've done at least 35 charity
cruises for the Elks.
"We have to put out the
event way ahead in order to
get the people lined up. You
don't need to be a Legion
member to come. The public
is welcome to join us to make
the cruise a successful fund
raiser for our men and women
fighting in Iraq."
According to Basileo,
because this will be a large
group, all who sign on will
save 30 to 40 percent of the
normal price. Asked how the
$5,000 for the troops is raised,
he says," We have a contract


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agency. Our benefit earnings
are based on the number of
people in our group so our
goal is to get as many people
as possible aboard."
Doheny is not only on the
committee, he raves about
cruising. "I've been on 12
similar cruises organized by
Pat and it's the best vacation
in the world. Turn of the cell
and relax. Get up when you
want. Eat as much and as
often as you want. Enjoy the
weather, the ports and their
cultures. It's the least expen-
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one can have. Great entertain-
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better than being with friends?


COMMITTEE OF THREE Working to create a successful fundraiser to benefit our troops in Iraq, are, left, House
Chairman Kevin Doheny, center,cruise director Pat Basileo,and on the right is Commander Paul Renneisen. The 10-night
Eastern Carribean Benefit Cruise will leave port on October 26, 2005. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


About the volunteer cruise
committee
Post Commander Paul
Renneisen is a commercial
pilot and an enthusiastic
volunteer who heads up Post
142. When he's not flying in
the clouds, he can usually be
found at the Post working
with his team to support the
veterans, the club itself and its
many worthy Pompano Beach
organizations.
Pat Basileo, 79, is one of
the Sons of American Legion.


He retired in 1988 after 21
years as Assistant Service
Manager of Sears Automotive
Department. Basileo is a 14
year volunteer in this post, the
Elks, the Dynamos and the
Scouts and still works part
time as a Lieutenant for the 50
State Security Company
maintaining port security.
Somehow he manages to
cruise with his wife at least
three times a year. "I love
developing cruises," he
admits. "And the East Carib-


bean is my favorite. Good
ports. We've had weddings,
birthday and anniversary
celebrations on my cruises.
It's always fun."
Kevin Doheny served in
Viet Nam and then became a
member of the Honor Guard
at Fort Meyers, Virginia,
home of Arlington Cemetery.
"The first official funeral in
which I participated was
President Kennedy's," he

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Episcopal church to open preschool


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
For Father Bernard Pecaro,
Rector of St. Martin's Episco-
pal Church, 140 SE 28 Ave., a
dream is about to come true.
And this dream will be
shared by the first 50
preschoolers who will launch
the church's newest addition,
a school for children ages 3 to
5.
Sitting on a tiny chair,
suited for a preschooler more
than a full-grown man, Father
Pecaro, talks about the need to
offer quality care for this
young age group. "Our vision
statement is 'Building Bridges
to Christ. The name of our
school is Building Bridges:
Preschool at St. Martins."
The church, located on the
Intracoastal Waterway, has
partnered with the Broward
Children's Center, directed by
Marge Evans, CEO.
Evans, whose work with
severely challenged children
and adults, is well known in
the community. She looks
forward to using her success-
ful strategies with children
who are unchallenged.
In fact, several of Broward
Children Center faculty
members have already
enrolled their own
preschoolers in the school that
is set for opening this May.
Evans is happy to work in
a school that is faith-based
and community-based.





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"There has always been a
spiritual component at Bro-
ward Children's Center. We
see miracles. We send chil-
dren back into the commu-
nity," says Evans. "We have a
long history of child develop-
ment."
Father Pecaro says "Build-
ing Bridges" will offer all
students a learning opportu-
nity for the body, mind and
spirit. "We will be Bible
focused and have a weekly
chapel service. But the school
is non denominational and we
plan to offer intergenerational
programs through volunteers


at John Knox Village."
Pecaro added that planned
activities will include the
family into the learning
experience through picnics
and other social events.
Edith Moore, director of
Building Bridges, says the
main goal of the school is to
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2 to 5 p.m. and Sunday, April
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Lighthouse
Point
Continued from page2
the maximum height of fences
in rear yard waterfront
properties from 42 inches to
48 inches. The change allows
the city's code to comply with
the Florida Building Code.
Rear side fences may extend
to the end of the dock, but not
beyond it into the water.
Agreed [5-0] to change
the term "Special Master" to
"Special Magistrate" after the
Florida Legislature approved
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to be in compliance with the
term change.
Agreed [5-0] to place the
23 Avenue Bridge over
Kingfisher Canal at the top of


a repair priority list, requiring
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allocated for two other
bridges to the 23 Avenue
Bridge. Anticipated costs for
the bridge repair are $60,500.
The project is funded by
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portation [FDOT].
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and Vice President Mike
Long dissenting] to pay the
American Society of Compos-
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[ASCAP] a license fee of
$268 annually for the rights to
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music at city events.
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The city's duty is to give each of

us the opprotunity to recycle

By Norbert Izworski
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

Very soon, the Commissioners of Pompano Beach will vote on a comprehen-
sive, citywide recycling program. This means that the City will expand the
current recycling program to include condos.
No one will be forced to recycle, and no one will be fined if they don't.
However, everyone will be given the opportunity to recycle at his or her place of
residence.
As many of you know, currently only single-family homes in Pompano
Beach have recycling services provided by the City. If you live in a single-
family home and want to recycle, you just pick up the phone, get a recycle bin
and start curbside recycling.
People living in condos do not have this service. Pompano Beach is one of
the few cities that do not provide a recycling program for condos. Sixty-seven
percent of the people in Pompano Beach live in condos. That's quite literally
tons of recyclables going needlessly into our landfill.
We desperately need to get this ordinance passed. Some of the commission-
ers agree that it is time to start reversing the damage done to our city by not
having a comprehensive recycling program. They also realize the need to
educate all residents about the importance of recycling. They worry, as do we
all, about the environmental impact this neglect has had.
Please call or email your commissioner and tell him or her that you think it is
time for Pompano Beach to have the same services that other cities have. Tell
them that we need to catch up with other cities, and drastically reduce the
tonnage of recyclables currently dumped into the landfill. Tell them that you
care about the future.
There are not a lot of things we can change, but we can convince the commis-
sioners of Pompano Beach to implement a citywide, comprehensive recycling
program. You don't need to be a condo resident to show your support for this
comprehensive program.
Mayor John C. Rayson, 954-786-4649 or email john.rayson@copbfl.com
Vice Mayor Susan Foster, District 2, 954-786-4625 or
susan.foster@ copbfl.com
George Brummer, District 5, 954-786-4618 or george.brummer@copbfl.com
Lamar Fisher, District 3,954-786-4623 or lamar.fisher@copbfl.com
Pat Larkins, District 4,954-786-4624 or pat.larkins@copbfl.com
Kay McGinn, District 1,954-786-4625 or kay.mcginn@copbfl.com
There are also petitions you can sign to show your support. These are located
at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, City Hall, the Herb Skolnick Community
Center, the Mitchell Moore Recreation Center, the McNair Recreation Center,
and the Pat Larkins Community Center. If you can, take one, collect a few
signatures, and mail it to the address at the bottom of the petition. The City
needs to hear that its citizens support a Pompano Beach that recycles.
Please do what you can. Please don't let this opportunity go by. We can
change the direction of our city to that of a more environmentally aware and
concerned city.
Thank you for your help.
Recycle Pompano, A Grass Roots organization promoting recycling for the
City of Pompano Beach


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City must educate all residents

on the advantages of recycling


To the Editor:
In 1988, our Pompano Beach Highlands Civic Improvement Association,
with Jeanne Stewart as President, received a $4,000 award from Broward
County for early recycling efforts. She kept a large bin in her carport and
members of the Civic Association dropped off cans, bottles and newspapers
they had collected.
Sometime thereafter all the residents of the unincorporated Highlands
were issued two plastic bins, one blue, for bottles and cans, and a yellow bin
for newspaper. Over the years, many of these containers have been used
inappropriately, destroyed or thrown out.
Newer residents have never had recycle bins. There are fewer and fewer
families putting out these containers for pickup. A casual observation of
recycle bins on Saturday, our pickup day for recyclables, show that fewer
than one out of ten homes have recycle bins out for pickup. Clearly, it is
time to re-educate the communities previously serviced by Broward County
but now fall under the control of the City of Pompano Beach.
Many of our newer residents are not conversant in English and do not
have the instruction earlier residents had regarding the benefits of recycling
certain items. It is time to communicate with the entire multicultural com-
munity the need to protect and conserve our natural resources.
Derek Lawler


Green market to focus on


Brazil this Saturday

By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

This Saturday's Green Market will salute our friends and neighbors from
Brazil. That would make it Brazilian Day at the Green Market. By some counts
there are as many as 100,000 Broward County residents who emigrated from
Brazil, as well as an estimated 500,000 Brazilian tourists who visit South
Florida.
So let's do a little quiz to see how much you know about South America's
largest county:
1. What is Brazil's predominant language?
2. What is the capital city of Brazil?
3. What is Brazil's largest city?
4. How many other nations border Brazil?
5. What is the Brazilian monetary unit?
OK, you say, but what has this to do with the Green Market?
Well, how about Brazilian music, dancers and food? They will all be there
at the Green Market (music begins about 10:00 AM).
If you were at the Green Market last week, you know it was a wild day. The
customers were lining up early at Capt. Norm's seafood, especially after the
Sun-Sentinel food section mention his fresh shrimp. He ran out of shrimp about
halfway through the market, but our intrepid fish monger vows it won't happen
again.
Of course he wasn't alone several vendors ended the day with little, if
anything, to take back home. The lesson is ... get to the Green Market early!
Forget about waiting until after you've had a cup of coffee, read the paper and
walked the dog. Would it be better to come to the Green Market, have a cup of

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gourmet coffee from Pittelli's,
read the paper at our Pelican
Caf6, adjust bring the hound
along?
We haven't forgotten all
the other good reasons to come
to the Green Market, like the
fresh fruits, vegetables and
juices you'll find at McNab
Produce and Triple C Groves.
Or the very best tasting breads
from Grains of Olde, or the
beautiful orchids from the
Orchid Doctor. And don't
overlook Teaphoria, the Bro-
ward County Farm Bureau,
Oxyfresh, John Knox Village
Home Health Agency, Ruth
Apple's historic images, the
Pompano Beach Historical
Society, and all the other good
stuff at the Green Market.
Oh,I almost forgot. We're
going to have some antique
and classic cars at the Green
Market this week, too. There
sure to be beauties.
The weatherman promises
spectacular weather on Satur-
day, so come on out- after all,
we've only got two more
Green Markets after this week
(the season ends on April
30th). We're located in Pom-
pano Beach's historic down-
town, just north of the Atlan-
tic Boulevard and Dixie High-
way intersection. Plenty of
free parking, too.
Answers to our Brazil quiz
on page 12.


Karl Weaver, first African
American City Commissioner,
honored in Canal Pointe


Pompano Beach City
Commissioners voted unani-
mously to name a park
currently under construction
in Canal Pointe after one of
the city's African American
pioneers, Karl Weaver.
City Commissioner E. Pat
Larkins spearheaded the effort
to honor Weaver, who was the
first black to serve as a city
commission when he was
elected in a citywide vote in
1973. An army veteran who
later graduated from Bethune
Cookman College in Daytona,
Weaver has been an active
leader in education through-
out his nearly four decades of
service to Pompano Beach.


Weaver founded the
Playtown Kindergarden and
Day Care Center, and has
played a significant role in the
education and support of
children, regardless of their
financial status. He was
instrumental in working with
the Vista Volunteers of
America in building a park for
the families of economically
deprived farm workers in the
Pompano Farm Labor Camp.
Still active in his community,
Weaver is a counseled
member of the Greater Bethel
A.M.E Church and Pompano
Beach Jaycees, as well as
several education oriented
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Eric Rubin, State Director of the
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speak on the effects of the North
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The Free Trade Agreement of the
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Doors open at 7 p.m. the meeting is
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Chamber to honor
local teachers at
luncheon

The Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce will host a Teacher
Appreciation Luncheon May 19 at
noon at the Lighthouse Point Yacht
& Racquet Club, 2701 NE 42nd St.
The luncheon will honor the
Northeast Broward Area Schools
and each school's Teacher of the
Year.
Chamber members and guests
are invited to the event.
The cost is $25 per person and
registration and payment in advance
is required. Call 954-941-2940.

Shall we dance?
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The volunteer position would take
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For more information, call 954-
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Bittersweet Blues Pompano's hottest


new spot at 14th street & A1A


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Like many people before her,
Jackie Redmond owner of Bitter-
sweet Blues decided to cash in her
holdings in the cold north for a
comfortable life in Florida's, year
'round climate. "I sold my Inn and
Blues Club in Maine," she says.
"Then I searched the entire state of
Florida for a year before I settled on
this ideal location inside the Cove
Time Share Resort at 14th street and
the ocean on A1A. It turns out to be
a perfect location for picking up
national artists on tour in Southern
Florida."
Bittersweet Blues opened on
February first and Redmond is
delighted with the great response
she's getting in the few months
she's been in business.
"There's a big blues community
around here. It's a tightly knit group
who follow and know all of the
national and local artists. I'm pulling
from Miami to West Palm. Sure, I
get a little business from the time
share residents, but I feel I'm getting
my crowds from the performing
musicians, word of mouth and the
ads alerting people to the name
groups playing here."
Tonight, Friday the 15th, Bitter-
sweet Blues hopes to pack fans in to
hear Boston based, Mathew Stubbs
band. Next Thursday, the 21st, a
South Florida favorite group, Jason
Ricci and New Blood will be on
hand. Redmond says, "I deal with
national and local agents to bring
top quality music to the area. Night
after night we offer blues, dancing,
food and booze to a very happy
bunch of blues lovers."
Redmond is a saavy business
woman who has run her own busi-
ness for many years. She just
happens to love the blues herself and
knows good music when she hears
it.
"I am a musician who no longer
performs," she explains. "I sang,
played the guitar and the clarinet,
but that's yesterday's news. Today
my goal is to develop a music room.
I want my patrons to know when-
ever they come, they will enjoy a
good show."
On Sunday, the room offers
blues, swing and jazz from 7 10.
On Monday and Tuesdays, Bitter-
sweet Blues features solos and duos.
The performers are often principal
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Jackie Redmond owner of Bittersweet
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changing the outdoor sign.
BELOW Jackie, a former musician,
says, "I want my patrons to know
whenever they come, they will enjoy a
good show," she says. "They can listen,
dance, drink and eat to the sounds of true
blues." [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]



Wednesday through Saturday,
there's a full blues band. "I've been
pleasantly surprised to see our
patrons filling the dance floor," she
says. ""I didn't realize how many
people love to dance and it's fun to
watch them. They're like a second
show and I might add, seeing them
dance fires up the musicians, too."
Bittersweet Blues has plenty to
offer fans who are thirsty and
hungry. A full service bar features
happy hour every day from 4 7
with two for one drinks and appetiz-
ers. "We're happy to be attracting a
lot of business people after work,"
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Of course we have shrimp, chicken
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The nightclub is very spacious
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parties and private parties. There's
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The five dollar cover charge only
on Friday and Saturday nights helps
cover the cost of the bands Redmond
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veterans from the Viet Nam
war."
Retired from the Washing-
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He says, "I'm happy to
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Post, the people, supporting
the Vets and all of our youth
activities and charities."
About the cruise:
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The itinerary offers beaches,
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Included are Bon Voyage
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Thank you Pat Basileo,
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fellow veterans and the
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FedEx breaks ground for new terminal on Blount Road


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Local Pompano Beach
and Broward County officials
joined FedEx Ground repre-
sentatives to break ground last
week for its new operation.
In a departure from tradi-
tional groundbreaking, FedEx
Ground representatives and lo-
cal dignitaries used toy trucks
to break ground. The toys were
later donated to a local
children's center following the
event.
The 27-acre site on Blount
Road and Northwest 26 Street
in Pompano Beach, will house
the FedEx 215,000 square-
foot automated terminal. The
facility will be triple the size
of two existing FedEx opera-
tions in Broward County.
Commissioner Kay
McGinn, who attended the
recent groundbreaking said,
"This will bring a lot of jobs
to the city. This is a long-term
company, and the city will
benefit tremdously. These are
good jobs."
The opening of the new
facility is expected to create
more than 150 positions, in
addition to the current
workforce of 200 employees
and independent contractors
at the existing FedEx Ground
and FedEx Home Delivery
facilities in Broward County.
"This represents a really
good 'first' for Pompano
Beach. The facility is fully
automated. It's important to


me that it will not interfere
with the other [FedEx]
facilities. This is an industrial
area that is on track for
development and a very
welcomed addition to Pom-
pano, both economically and
otherwise," said Commis-
sioner George Brummer.
The facility will open in
the summer of 2006 and will


feature the latest material
equipment for processing up
to 10,000 packages per hour.
The new FedEx is part of a
$1.8 billion network expan-
sion plan launched in Septem-
ber 2002. The investment
calls for the addition of ten
new hubs, as well as the
relocation or expansion of
more than 290 pickup and


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nationwide expansion will
nearly double the company's
current volume capacity by
the end of fiscal year 2010.
"This facility will add to
our tax base, and we're
excited about the new jobs


created by this company.
We're just delighted to have a
company with the stature
FedEx has. This company
always builds an attractive
building," said Doug Everett,
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The Seafood Festival is almost set, and music,


Dolphins and antique shows carried this week


By Lee Waldo and Sandy
Johnson
SOCIETY MATTERS

ne week until the
Pompano Beach
Seafood Festival.
Hope there is no one out there
who will be missing it!!
Rumor has it that the food is
going to be awesome this year
including a first ever raw bar!
We have
ordered up
three days t l
of sunshine
and hope
that our
power
prevails!

Dr. Bill
Bell,
principal of
Pompano
High, has
told us that Lee Waldo and
for the first Sandy Johnson
time in the
history of the new school, all
spots are taken next year and
there is a waiting list. Hooray
and our city should be proud
of having such a well re-
spected and academically
advanced school.
The technology students
have offered their services to
businesses in the community
to help with any needs that
they might have. The stu-
dents are anxious to transform
what they learn in the class-
room to the business world.
They create web pages, do
graphic designs, work with
data bases and many other
tasks that are way too mind
boggling for us commoners to
understand.
As Dr. Bell said, "We, as
adults, are immigrants to the
world of technology but these
kids are natives." Give a call
to Mitch Firestone at the high
school 754-322-2000 if you
Save a business and would
e to mutually benefit from
this program.

ooray for Opening
Day for the
Florida Marlins.
Piled into two buses supplied
by Bonefish Mac's and
headed south for the big day,
kids and adults were primed
for a great afternoon on
another picture perfect Florida


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happening!!!

Salf of the report
ing team (Lee)
took off for the
weekend in Texas to spend
the night on a battleship in
Corpus Christie with her
grandson's Cub Scout troop
so Sandy had to find an
activity of her own. Had a
really fun experience on
Sunday which any of you
single golfers out there might
fancy. Joined up with a
group called Linking Up, a
go Single's Golf Club. What an
enjoyable group and what a
neat concept they have!
They come together once
a month at different courses
and play a Sunday afternoon
S .... scramble with teams made up
randomly of 2 gals and 2
.guys. The whole idea is fun
-and social mingling so there
v is no pressure to be the
superstar of the links!! (Great
news for us duffers!)
This week, along with my
Happy 18th birthday,Mandy!!* * Winners of college scholarships from the Music Society are Catherine Spitzer, Adam friend Deborah Dowd, we
Cambria and Caneisha Foster * Team members Jim Wells, Deborah Dowd, and Mort Esan relax after a great round set out for Raintree Coiuntry
of golf* * Bonefish Mac owner Chuck McLaughlan stands with banner and kids on outing to Opening Day for the Club. When we arrived there,
Marlins. nor first ueltion was


day. What a treat to have
Juan Encarnacion step to the
plate for his first at bat and hit
a grand slam homerun!! The
Marlins reigned supreme and
won 11-0, beating our rivals
the Atlanta Braves. Always a
good thing!!! Does Chuckie
ever throw an event that isn't
a blast??

e attended the
annual Music
Scholarship
Society's competition for
college scholarships to be
awarded to the most talented
high school seniors starting
college this fall and majoring
in music.
Phyllis Rasmussen and
Arlynne Vollmuth Bentsen
seemed to have things well in
hand as they brought one
talented youngster after
another into the room to
perform.
The original plan was to
choose two winners and
present them with $3,000. a
piece. J
Judges Eileen Patenaude,
Mark Jones, and Jeffri
Bantz deliberated a long time


before deciding which of
these incredibly gifted stu-
dents would receive the
awards. Finally, the Society
ladies agreed to throw in
another $1,500. for a third
place winner! Catherine
Spitzer of Hollywood,
singing a most rousing
rendition of "I Want to Be a
Prima Donna," was one of the
winners. Her stage presence
and musical ability was a treat
to behold.
Adam Cambria was the
other winner, playing a jazz
saxophone that sounded as top
notch as I have ever heard.
The runner up was Caneisha
Foster of Dillard Center for
the Arts who sang a spiritual
that made the hairs stand up
on our arms.
Again, we are so glad that
we are blessed with such
wonderful youngsters and
thanks to the ladies of the
Music Scholarship Society
for their hard work and fund
raising to reward these youth.
Thanks also to the First
Presbyterian "Pink
Church" for donating their
facility to hold this event.


eing dedicated
fans of the An
tique Roadshow
on television, we could not
pass up the opportunity to
attend the Deer-Raton Lions
Club's antique appraisal
fundraiser!! For $10. for the
first and $5 for each subse-
quent, attendees could bring
in their family treasures and
get an idea of their worth.
Unfortunately, that painting
hidden in the closet did not
turn out to be an undiscovered
Picasso, but it was fun
anyway to hear the back-
ground of several of our most
prized possessions.
The Lions donate these
funds throughout the year to
their project of helping
economically-challenged
people get eye exams and
glasses if they need them.
They hold an annual "Sight
Fair" in January where they
identify and equip these needy
folks. Jim Hennigar (all the
way from the Sandwich PA
club), Lorraine Sherman,
and Blair and Judy Ander-
son were hard at work to


"Where are we?" Turned out
we were in Pembroke Pines!!
Teams were put together with
handicaps in mind to balance
them somewhat but there
were spots for pros and
beginners and all levels in
between. Afterwards, they
had a raffle, awards, dinner
and a social mixer. Some of
us stayed well into the
evening glued to the TV
watching the end of the
Masters and that famous
"stop and start again" ball of
Tiger Woods. The outings
are all run by Mort Esan at
954-472-2211 so give him a
shout if you would like to try
it out.
Only prerequisite is being
single although married
couple Margie and Claude
Brunet are given special
permission to play since they
met at one of the outings and
have now been happily
married for 3 years!! Love
those romantic stories!! Jim
Wells and Mort were our
partners and bless their hearts
for putting up with water
balls, missed balls and some

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wacky playing. Next month's
outing is close to home in our
own backyard, Deer Creek in
Deerfield on Sunday May 22.
I'll be back!!!

Lighthouse Point Mayor
Fred Schorr cut the ribbon to
officially open the new KMC
Marine boat showroom on
Federal Highway. A splendid
array of boats was on display,
not to mention a great meal


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and cold beverages!! Spotted
in the crowd were our own
radio personality Paul
Castronova and wife Gina
running off for another
engagement.
Local fishing legends
Tommy Greene and Skip
Smith were also on hand to
check out the merchandise!!
Lighthouse Point Chamber
of Commerce President
Lynn Spinelli Pagans and
hubby Greg were on hand
beaming broadly since the
countdown is less than a
month for the birth of their
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about her family heirloom!


Adios until next week and
keep us posted as to your
organization's events.
Upcoming Events
Pompano Beach Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary Unit
142, Annual Fashion Show,
Saturday, April 16, 1:00-4:00.
Tickets are $5.00 and include
beverage and dessert. Fash-
ions by Weekenders of Boca.
171 Legion Blvd., Pompano
Second Annual Gift of
Life Golf Tournament with
proceeds to benefit Transplant
Foundation, Saturday April
16,7:30 a.m. at Pompano
Beach Golf Course. $65. per


person. Call John
Kapoukakis 954-942-9047.
5th Annual Cities
Charity Golf Tournament
sponsored by Pompano Beach
Rotary, Friday April 22, 11:30
a.m., Pompano Beach Golf
Course, $440. per team
including lunch. Call Dan
Cline 954-566-4100.
Garden Club of Light-
house Point and Pompano
Beach Garden Club Juried
Flower Show, "Weathering
the Tropics", St. Paul the
Apostle Church, April 23,
2005, 1:00-5:00. Admission
free.


Answer to Quiz from page 6
1. Portuguese (the only nation in the western hemisphere)
2. Brasilia (not Rio de Janeiro) 3.Sio Paulo (with a
metro population of almost 19 million people) 4. Ten
(Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana,
Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela) 5. The
real (2.6 real to the dollar)


Sightings
A local calendar for the
Greater Pompano Beach area

EVENTS
The First United Meth-
odist Church, 217 NE 3 St.,
Pompano Beach, will hold
an antique and collectible
Flea market, April 23, from
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For
more information, call 954-
946-3420.
The Knights of Colum-
bus, John A. Hill Council
No. 4955 of Pompano Beach
will celebrate their 45t
Anniversary on April 23 at
Our Lady of Mercy's Parish
Hall, 5201 N. Military Trail,
Pompano Beach. Tickets are
$20 and include an Italian
Buffet with coffee and
dessert. Live music, dancing
and Cash Bar. Call 954-421-
4955.
The Lighthouse Point
Swim Team Booster Club
will host a Casino Night,
Friday, April 22 at 7 p.m. at
the Lighthouse Point Yacht
and Racquet Club, 2701 NE
42 St., Lighthouse Point.
Dinner, Door Prizes, 50-50
raffle, silent auction and $25
in Casino Chips included.
Cost is $60 per person. Call
Patricia Zieliriski at 954-
942-9859 or Alice Ring at
954-941-8250 for informa-
tion on sponsorships or
tickets.

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Thank \ou tfr takin~t the time it read this. M\i
name is Brian Kuwsnlar; some of Noul may know me
from the TV sho\\ Adventures in Collecting which
I hosted for many years.
For those who are not familiar \ ith me I have
been a resident of South Florida since 1973 and
started working in my family's coin business in 1977
in Boca Raton. In 1995 I opened m ow.,n store in
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. Florida where I ha~c been
serving: the South Florida community.
My experience covers all aspects of Rare Coins
and Currency from appraising to wholesale liquidation
of large collections. NM. customer base in the Rare
Coin & Currency business spans o\er 20 Nears and
offers me a huge advantage oer other Coin Buyers
and So-Called Coin Buyers.
I offer you friendly honest information with no
obligation free verbal appraisals on your coins and
currency.
Please call or come by and see me!




United States Gold Coins
$1.00 Gold Coin Dated 1849 to 1889
Worth from $105 up to $40,000
$2.5 Gold Coin Dated 1796 to 1834
Worth from $3,500 up to $500,000
Dated 1834 to 1907
Worth from $120 up to $125,000
Dated 1908 to 1929.
Worth from $135 up to $50,000
$3.00 Gold Coin Dated 1854 to 1889
Worth from $500 up to $100,000
$5.00 Gold Coin Dated 1795 to 1807
Worth from $2000 up to $275,000
Dated 1807 to 1834
Worth from $1600 up to $150,000
Dated 1834 to 1838
Worth from $190 up to $45,000
Dated 1839 to 1908
worth from $150 up to $1,000,000
Dated 1908 to 1929
Worth from $105 up to $150,000
$10.00 Gold Coin Dated 1795 to 18 04
Worth from $4,000 up to $1,000,000
Dated 1838 to 1907
Worth from $180 up to $550,000
Dated 1907 to 1933
Worth from $200 up to $150,000
$20.00 Gold Coin Dated 1850 to 1907
Worth from $415 up to $500,000
Dated 1907 to 1933
Worth from $415 to $1,000,000
United States Silver Dollars
Dated 1795 to 1798
Worth from $600 up to $500,000


Dated 1799 to 1803
Worth from $500 up to $150,000
Dated 1840 to 1873
Worth from $120 up to $100,000
Dated 1873 to 1884
Worth from $50 up to $7,000
Dated 1878 to 1904
Worth from $8.25 up to $500,000
Dated 1921 to 1935
Worth from $6.50 up to $50,000
Dated 1971 to 1978
Worth from $1.00 up to $15
Dated 1979 to 2003
Worth from $1.00 up to $2,000
United States Half Dollars
Dated 1795 to 1797
Worth from $400 up to $400,000
Dated 1801 to 1807
Worth from $100 up to $45,000
Dated 1807 to 1839
Worth from $30 up to $28,000
Dated 1839 to 1891
Worth from $15 up to $150,000
Dated 1892 to 1915
Worth from $5.00 up to $25,000
Dated 1916 to 1947
Worth from $2.30 up to $45,000
Dated 1948 to 1964
Worth from $2.25 up to $500
Dated 1965 to 1970
Worth from .60 cents up to .70 cents
Dated 1971 to 1995
Worth from .50 cents up to $25
United States Quarters


Dated 1796 to 1838
Worth from $40 up to $70,000
Dated 1839 to 1891
Worth from $10 up to $30,000
Dated 1892 to 1916
Worth from $2.00 Up to $35,000
Dated 1916 to 1930
Worth from $1.25 up to $100,000
Dated 1932 to 1964
Worth from $1.25 up to $12,000
United States Dimes


Dated 1796 to 1807
Worth from $200 up to $45,000
Dated 1809 to 1837
Worth from $15 up tb $45,000
Dated 1837 to 1891
Worth from $7.00 up to $35,000
Dated 1892 to 1916
Worth from .40 cents up to $5,000
Dated 1916 to 1945
Worth from .48 cents up to $35,000
Dated 1946 to 1964
Worth from .46 cents up to $100
United States Nickels
Dated 1866 to 1912
Worth from .50 cents up to $3,500


Dated 1913 to 1938
Worth from .10 cents up to $1 Million
Dated 1939 to 1995
Worth from .05 cents up to $50
United States Pennies
Dated 1793 to 1807
Worth from $15 up to $165,000
Dated 1808 to 1857
Worth from $7.00 up to, $30,000
Dated 1856 to 1909
Worth from .25 cents up to $40,000
Dated 1909 to 1959
Worth from .02 cents up to $45,000
Proof and Mint Sets
Dated 1936 to 1942
Worth as low as $800 as high as $5,000
Dated 1950 to 1955
Worth as low as $100 as high as $450
Dated 1956 to 1959
Worth as low as $20 as high as $50
Dated 1960 to 2004
Worth as low as $4.00 as high as $35,000
United States Currency
Dated 1862 to 1923 all denominations
Worth from $35 up to $80,000
Dated 1928 all denominations
Worth from $5.00 up to $50,000
Dated 1929 all denominations
Worth from $7.00 up to $50,000
Dated 1934 to 1957 all denominations
Worth from $1.50 to $15,000
Dated 1963 all denominations
Worth from $1.50 up to $250
Any $500 Bill
Worth from $550 up to $800
Any $1000 Bill
Worth from $1100 up to $1600
Any $10,000 Bill
Worth from $20,000 up to $35,000
Confederate Paper Money
Dated 1860 to 1864
Worth from $15 up to $25,000
Sterling Silver
We purchase old damaged silver from $5.00 to $6.00
per ounce and nice flatware or hollow ware for up to
$100 per ounce. Prices on all silver are based on
manufacturer and the form it is in.
We also buy and sell all silver bars and coins.
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We do not pretend we know everything about everything.
The collectible and antique world is full of millions of
different items. Sometimes finding what an item is worth
can be downright daunting, this is where having a
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ADVICE

Gumbo Limbo can be your summer friend


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By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
Summer seems to have
moved in already and the
brutality of the full South
Florida sun seems so much
worse without a good tree to
stand under!
If your yard lacks at least


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one shade tree, then you're in
for a long haul.
Trees constitute the
backbone of our landscapes.
Large canopy trees 40 feet or
more act like the ceiling of
our homes, giving us protec-
tion from the sun, wind and
rain.
Beneath the largest trees
can be planted smaller, sub
canopy trees, and beneath
them, smaller shrubs and
ground covers.
This is the landscape of the
future, and soon, the value of
this sort of design will gain in
popularity.
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diversity, and habitat for our
beloved wildlife.
If you are beginning to
restructure your boring
backyard/desert, and are
looking for "a few good
trees," here's one to consider:
the Gumbo Limbo, (Bursera
simarouba).
This tropical Florida
Native tree is rather wide-
spread, so perhaps you recall
seeing a large tree with
amazing reddish papery bark
that glints in the sun?
Sometimes it is called the
"tourist tree" because it looks
like it got sunburned and is
peeling.
The Gumbo Limbo is a
very fast growing tree. In five
or so years you will already
have a shade tree that you can
sit underneath.
It is strong, and tolerant of
a variety of growing condi-
tions, including salt spray.
During the 2004 horren-
dous hurricane season, it was
rated excellent up to category
3 and can endure flooding
better than most trees as noted
by Pamela Crawford in her
new book; Stormscaping,


which incidentally is a
pertinent read for all of us.
Gumbo Limbo has shiny
compound leaves and is
briefly deciduous in early
winter, which reveals its
beautiful branching structure
and its orange peeling bark
adding seasonal interest.
It is at this time that small
white flowers appear, a good
source of nectar for butter-
flies.
These then become small
reddish fruits, which are
valuable for birds. It has a
broad canopy and will grow
quickly to 40 feet.
Gumbo Limbo is a fun and
useful tree; just saying it
makes me smile.

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Donna at
donnasgardengate.com or
call 954-783-GATE.
The Garden Gate is
located at the Sears,
Pompano Citi-Centre.


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Dear Mother Nature,
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Sincerely.
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Dear Tenant,
Recycling is one way to
minimize polluting the earth.
Florida generates a staggering
13.5 million tons of waste
every year. On average, each
man, woman and child creates
seven pounds of trash each
day. At this rate, Florida is
fast approaching a landfill
crisis. In less than 12 years,
many of Florida's landfills
will have to close, including
the landfill used by the
residents of Pompano Beach.
When this happens, trash
haulers will be forced to truck
Pompano Beach's garbage out
of the county. Moreover,
when this happens, the cost of
disposing of this waste will go
up considerably.
According to your recy-
cling coordinator, Russell
Ketchem, Key West, Florida
is at the crisis point.
Their landfill is full,
requiring them to haul their
trash nearly 100 miles to the
Miami Dump.
It costs Key West residents
$248 a ton to dispose of their
garbage. That's more than
three times the cost you pay
for your garbage disposal in
Pompano Beach.
In order to keep their trash
disposal fees as low as
possible, the residents of Key
West have become serious
about recycling.
Pompano Beach will face
the same situation in less than
12 years.
When the cost of getting
rid of trash suddenly triples.
people will get motivated to
recycle.
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just start now.
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Original lighthouse keeper's cottage needs home


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
In 1906, before electricity
helped keep the Hillsboro
Lighthouse alit for voyaging
sailors, the lighthouse prop-
erty maintained three different
cottages for those who
manned the lighthouse.
Now, nearly 100 years
later, it's one of those cottages
that needs a home.
In the 1930s, when it was
no longer necessary for three
different people to man the
lighthouse, one of the cottages
was moved to the Hillsboro
Club. Now, owners of the
Hillsboro Club would like to
replace the 99-year-old
building with a newer apart-
ment. Members of the
Hillsboro Lighthouse Preser-
vation Society (HLPS) would
like to see the old building
saved.
According to Hibbard
Casselberry, HLPS president
and treasurer, "We would like
to see it maintained as a
museum for the lighthouse or
possibly a meeting room for
the community. It could even
be used as a small classroom
for visiting students."
Casselberry is trying to
find grants to help cover the
disassembly of the building
and its storage. More impor-
tantly, he and his organization
are looking for a home.
Casselberry has asked the city
to consider moving the
building to another location in
the city, such as the new
Hillsboro Inlet Park or Scott
Winters Park.
Pompano Beach City
Commissioner Kay McGinn
thinks that Scott Winters Park
would be a perfect location.
McGinn says, "I think it
would look great here. People
have a really deep respect for
historical preservation and the
entire city would benefit from
this."
Casselberry agrees, saying
that the location is midway
between the Hillsboro Light-
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"It would be a great place to stop off and see more of the
history of the lighthouse. We have a large collection of
maps, pictures, artifacts, and other documents that could be
displayed in a maritime museum. Casselberry


from which HLPS makes
quarterly boat shuttles to
show off the historic light-
house to visitors.
"It would be a great place
to stop off and see more of the
history of the lighthouse. We
have a large collection of
maps, pictures, artifacts, and
other documents that could be
displayed in a maritime
museum. We could even do
special presentations there, or
in concert with lighthouse
trips," says Casselberry.
Scott Winters Park is


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located along the Intra-coastal
Waterway near 12t Street, just
south of the bridge. It's a
passive park, however,
meaning that there are no
playgrounds or physical
activity centers.
In responding to the HLPS
request, Pompano Beach City
Manager William Hargett
said, "The placement of the
cottage in this park would
need to be evaluated in
comparison with the existing
park purposes and intended
use."
Casselberry says that Dan


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Dodge, manager of the
Hillsboro Club, has been very
cooperative in allowing HLPS
to make plans for the removal
and storage of the old build-
ing. Currently, it sits on the
original 32x50 base with a
porch that faces the ocean. A
new apartment design would
include a full second story
and likely would include
windows that face the ocean


on the second story, rather
than allowing only a porch
view.
McGinn and Casselberry
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group in history, The Supremes. To
chronicle that success, Wilson became
a best-selling author with her autobi-
ography, Dreamgirl. My Life as a
Supreme, on the national best-seller
lists.
Growing up in Detroit's Brewster
Projects, Wilson fantasized about
being a singer herself ("My mother
says I was born singing."), and when
she was 13, she befriended Florence
Ballard, Diane Ross and Betty Travis.
The quartet formed a singing group,
calling themselves The Primettes. The
girls auditioned and later were signed


to Motown.
Eventually the
group became a
trio consisting of
Wilson, Ballard
and Ross.-A
name change
was needed and
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became The
Supremes.
Once they
hooked up with
the songwriting
team of Holland-
Dozier-Holland,
The Supremes


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Louisiana's Chubby
Carrierwithhis Bayou
Swamp Band and JO-
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became America's most prolific hit
maker. "Where Did Our Love Go,"
"Baby Love," "Come See About Me,"
"Stop in the Name of Love" and "My
World Is Empty Without You" were
all Number One hits.
Once Diana Ross left to pursue her
own solo career in 1970, Wilson took
up the mantle and sustained The
Supremes through 1977.
Wilson recently inked a recording
contract with CEO for her first solo
album in 12 years. Titled "Walk the
Line," the CD/LP featured all new
material. In a review of her first
single, "One Night With You,"
Billboard wrote, "It appears that the
other ex-Supreme has created a bona-
fide pop radio hit."
Saturday will also feature Badfinger
in the afternoon and John Kay and
Steppenwolf in the evening. Sunday's


The Supremes' Mary Wilson, one the original
members, will bring the groups library of hits to
the Beachside stage at the 21st Annual Pompano
Beach Seafood Festival.
music fare will have a Cajun flavor
thanks to Louisiana's Chubby Carrier
with his Bayou Swamp Band and JO-
EL Sonnier.
Throughout the three-day event here
will also be performances by some of
the areas best local artists including
Valerie Tyson, Breeze, David Soreff &
The Coral Reef Revue, Joey George,
Nori Nori and The Low Tides with their
"You can't Tuna Fish," tour.
And of course there will be lots of
the finest seafood fare ever in the
newly designed Food Court as well as
the Boardwalk Bazaar and the new
"Pompano Jack's Fun Zone" located
at the north end of the boardwalk.
The Festival's kid's area fun zone
will feature games, Bungee Jumps,
Rock Climbing Wall, Bounce Houses,
Face painters and more.
The Pompano Beach Seafood
Festival is located at the end of
Atlantic Boulevard where the street
ends and the beach sand begins.
Admission for adults is $8; children
under 10 will be admitted free.
For more information call the
Pompano Beach Chamber of Com-
merce at 954-941-2940 or visit the
Pompano Beach Seafood Festivals
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shrubbery that partially
blocked the views down
canals. DSome homeowners
canals constructed six-foot
fences that block the entire
canal view.
Ten houses are directly
affected by the regulations,
and five of those residents
were represented as being
opposed to the regulations.
Some claimed that people
would stop at the openings
and talk to them. Others said
there was an increase in trash
being thrown over the walls.
All of them opposed the idea
adding.that pedestrians and
vehicle passengers could look
into backyards and homes
near the canal ends.
"Ever since my hedges
came down, we've had
vandalism and garbage in our
yards. At Easter, during our
family Easter Egg hunt, my
kids found broken glass and
beer bottles," said Steven
Cochrane, a resident.
But other residents coun-
tered that owners nearest the
canal ends wanted to block
the open views. By doing this
people wouldn't to see what
amounted to 'private' marinas
with boats docked side-by-
side near the new fencing.
All of those speaking in favor
of the new canal ends thanked
the city for a great project.
Sheila Rose said, "You all
should be very proud of the
most beautiful street in
Pompano Beach."
Rick McKenzie added,
"The neighborhood has been
significantly beautified."
Paul Webb, president of
the local homeowner's
association suggested that
issues with privacy were
covered during the dozen
meetings held prior to the
work being done. "We
narrowed the main opening to
40 feet," said Webb. "We
accommodated a number of
changes throughout the entire
project."
City commissioners voted
unanimously in favor of the
new ordinance, which not
only provides a clear view


through a 50 foot sight
visibility area but repeals any
previous ordinance,
grandfathered fencing, and
previously applied variances.
However, the city's Planning
and Zoning Board narrowly
passed the ordinance, 4 to 3,
when it met on March 23.
"This is a great project,


and we all are very proud of
it" said Mayor John C.
Rayson. City Commissioner
Kay McGinn agreed, saying
"This project is one of the
best things the city has ever
done. It's beautiful. I don't
want to see anything happen
that would change it."


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Ocean Watch to hold

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Be a part of the 17th Annual Reef Sweep and Beach
Cleanup sponsored by Ocean Watch Foundation.
The Broward County cleanup will take place on
Saturday, June 11 from 9 a.m. to noon.
There is no cost to participate, and students can earn
community service hours through this program.
The cleanup will take place on land and sea from local
beaches and piers and from charter dive boats along the
coast.
To participate, contact Ocean Watch at 954-467-1366
or go to their website at http://www.oceanwatch.org
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Ely girls crush Boyd Anderson,


35 0 with 13 first inning runs


Jazmen Bradford rips an extra-base hit against Boyd Anderson on Tuesday.
Bradford's was one of 33 hits made by Blanche Ely batters as the Lady Tigers
roared to a 35 -0 victory over the Cobras. Senior infielder Keirston Dawson had
three homers in the game. [Photo by Paul Proia]


By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
Having been on the wrong
side of a few lopsided scores,
the Blanche Ely Lady Tigers
softball team took out a
season's worth of frustration
on Boyd Anderson, winning


by a score that the football
team would be proud of, 35 -
0.
"I know what that's like,"
said head coach Granville
Scott. "You never want to be
on the wrong end of a score
like this, but when it happens


you try to give others a
chance to play and get some
game experience."
Scott used the game to
give Dawn Zanders her first
shot at pitching, entering the
game in the third inning and
replacing starter Tan Tram.
After a few batters, Zanders
found the strike zone and was
able to keep the Cobras from
getting on the scoreboard.
Hitting stars abounded for
the Tigers, led by Keirston
Dawson who had three
homers. Chanelle Matthews
hit two homers and added a
double, and Zanders added a
pair of homers in three at bats.
The Tigers got off to a
quick start, scoring thirteen
runs in the first inning, ten
more runs in the second
inning, and finishing with a
thirteen run outburst in the
third inning.
"It's always good to get a
win," says Scott. "But we
need to get a win like that
against a Deerfield or a
Douglas or a Taravella. And,
we need to play consistently -
we go from one extreme to
another."
Blanche Ely next faces
Hollywood Hills on Tuesday.


II 21st Annual _


Pompano Beach


shuts down North


Broward Prep, 6- 0


Senior Justine Richmond has helped push the Pompano Beach Lady Tornadoes
over the .500 mark in 2005. Over the last two weeks, she has six extra base hits,
including a homer. Against North Broward Prep, Richmond hit a pair of
doubles.


By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
Casey Driscoll fired strikes
and the offense came up with
a few well-timed hits early in
the game to lead the Pompano
Beach High School Lady
Tornadoes softball team to a 6
- 0 victory over North Bro-
ward Prep.
Driscoll won her eighth
game' of the year by holding
the Eagles to just three hits
over seven innings. Two of
the hits came in the third
inning including an add
popup that just nicked
Driscoll's glove before rolling
away and into foul territory.
However, Casey braced up
and got the next batter to pop
up on the infield and end the
inning.
The Lady Tornadoes got
the scoring started in the
second inning by putting four
runs on the board. Desiree
Sortino singled home the first


run when she singled with the
bases loaded. Two outs later,
with the bases still full,
Megan Wells launched a
triple over the head of the
Eagles left fielder that scored
three runs. Wells tried to
score when the throw to the
plate got away, but it bounced
right back to pitcher Haley
Reinfeld, who was able to tag
Wells out at the plate.
Senior Justine Richmond
had two doubles in the game,
though was a bit aggressive
on her first double and was
thrown out trying to stretch
her hit to a triple to end the
first inning.
With the win, Pompano
Beach has eight wins against
seven losses. They finish the
season with three games on
the road next week, facing
Boyd Anderson on Tuesday,
Stranahan on Thursday and
closing with Dillard on
Friday.


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Tournament- Weds., April 13, 2005
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1st Kevin Sparks, Art Bieler, Dan Smith. Norm Eckert........ 118
2nd Ed Troutt, Al Azznara, Bill Oakley, Tony Cusanelli....... 119
3rd Jim Santucci, Jim Gomesky, Al Piscopiello, Herb Knauff.. .121
4th Rich Greene, Leo Flibotte, Bill Skerry .................. 121
5th Roger Chapmen, Paul Mahoney, Ron Riegal, Bob Sweeny .. 122
6th Phil DePasquale, Wilbur Wolfe, Paul Murphy,Gerry Herbert .122

Arthur SchoenGood

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of the
President of the Pompano Beach Men's Golf Association,
Arthur SchoenGood, on Tuesday evening, March 12,
2005. Our deepest sympathies go out to the SchoenGood
Family.


Friday, April 15, 2005






The Pompano Pelican 19


Sports



Newcomers provide biggest impact to Pompano

Beach boys tennis program; Top Coral Gables to

win fifth straight match


By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
From the coaching staff to
the roster, a group of newcom-
ers are leading the Pompano
Beach High School boys
tennis program to the front of
the district standings.
"When we got started, I
was hopeful," head coach Arif
Mumtaz said. "Having seen
the new guys play, though, I
think we'll have a good
chance at advancing in district
play."
The top three players on
the roster are new to the
school and new to competi-
tive tennis. Number one
singles player, Bjorn Syse, is a
freshman. "He's getting
professional training in
addition to his work with the
team," says Mumtaz. "This
guy is one of the best players
in the state." The left-handed
Syse is undefeated in singles
play this season, using a
powerful serve and volley
game to run his opponents off
the court.
The number two and three
players were competitors in
other sports. Junior Uthman
Yamusenor was a national
level hockey player who took
up tennis competitively this
year. Ryan Young, another
junior, was a soccer player.
"Ryan is smart, a good stu-
dent, and gets good family
support. He didn't take tennis
seriously when he got here,
but he sure is taking it seri-
ously now." Ryan, like many
of his teammates, is carrying a
winning record through the
season.
Mumtaz rotates other
players in and out of the
singles and doubles matches
based on the score, which
gives everyone the opportunity
to play in matches. "I like to
see where we are. Everyone
will have to contribute atsome
Time this way I can make
sure they are ready when
needed."
Mumtaz took over for the
last two games last year and
has nearly completed his first


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Uthman Yamusenor is one of the newcomers that have helped the Pompano Beach High School's tennis program improve
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full season with the Torna-
dos. After losing three of the
first five matches, his team
has now won five straight
matches.
Tuesday's 5 2 win over
Coral Glades showed the
heart his players have.
After winning four of five
games against the Coral
Glades top player, Marc
Abrams, Syse ran into
problems finishing points.
Throughout the match, he
became more and more
frustrated with his play,
eventually throwing his
racquet and launching one
ball out of the courts.
Mumtaz spoke with Syse to


settle him down and tried to
get Syse to regain his focus.
At that point, Syse trailed 7 -
4 and needed to win every
game to stay in the match.
Syse rallied to win the next
four games, though Abrams
fought off match point to
force a tie-breaker. There,
Syse put Abrams away by
taking seven of the next ten
points.
Ryan Young also fell
behind to Kyle Barnett.
Barnett won five of the first
six games before Young came
back to tie the score at seven
games each. Ryan routed
Barnett over the last two
games to earn the win.


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With two difficult wins out
of the way behind them,
Pompano Beach easily won
both doubles matches to
secure the victory their fifth
straight win.
"We gained our compo-
sure and got the win," said
Mumtaz. "We've been
getting better each week -
hopefully we'll be ready for
the districts." Mumtaz thinks
that Syse has a chance to
compete in the state tourna-
ment at the end of April. "He
has that kind of talent," says
Mumtaz.
Pompano Beach travels to
Hallendale to finish this week
before traveling to Deerfield
Beach on April 12. On April
14, the Golden Tornadoes
host Hollywood Hills in the
season finale.


Sightings
Continued from page 12
LOCAL CLUBS
The Pompano Beach
Woman's Club is accepting
applications for membership
for its night division for
women who are interested in
their community. The club is
a service organization
providing scholarships and
supports local and state
charities. Call 954-946-
6852.
SERVICES
The NE Focal Point
Adult Care Center promotes
social, physical and psycho-
logical well-being to encour-
age independence through
individual programming and
activities for person 18 or
older in Broward and Palm
Beach Counties. For more
information, call 954-422-
5810.
THEATER
The Broward Stage
Door Theatre is now
showing the musical "Jekyll
& Hyde" through May 8.
The theatre is located at
8036 W. Sample Road in
Coral Springs. Call 954-344-
7765 for tickets or informa-
tion.
TODAY
Friends Of The Deer-
field Beach Arboretum
offer free tours on Fridays at
10 a.m. and also on the first
Saturday of each month. Call
954-480-4494.
AA meeting every Friday
at 8 p.m. in the sanctuary of
Unity Church. Call 954-943-
3715.
Dieters Support Group
meets every Friday from
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
D'Lites, 2456 N. Federal
Hwy. (Shoppes of Beacon
Light), Lighthouse Point.
Call 954-946-7187.
Advanced Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Beach Duplicate
Bridge Club. Call 954-943-
1733.
Scrabble every Friday
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Emma Lou Olson Civic -
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Dictionary using Beginners
welcome. Call 954-786-
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Intermediate Bridge
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Call 954-565-3127.
Contract Bridge Game
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shrimp straight from Florida's waters. Today, this
once prosperous industry is besieged by more than
a billion pounds of low-priced foreign imports
flooding the U.S. market each year at prices so
low that Florida shrimpers cannot compete. The
crisis is so real that the United States Congress
approved nearly $7 million in federal assistance
going to Florida's shrimp industry. In response to
the growing onslaught of imported shrimp that has
nearly decimated Florida's shrimp industry,
FDACS is taking strides to address this crisis
through the "Florida Shrimp Wild and
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Department is generating awareness and
encouraging consumers to ask for and purchase
shrimp harvested from Florida waters.
With the support of consumers asking for Florida
shrimp one thing is for sure-they will be assured a
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versatile food, able to grace the table as an
appetizer or the main course. Bored barbecue-
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variety of these tasty recipes. Shrimp Skewers and
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to add variety to a grill-out party. If you're
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So, what are you waiting for? Good food that
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round up your guests creative new dishes using
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season. For more information conceding the
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delicious treats, visit
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Wild-caught Florida
Shrimp Skewers
1 tablespoon Florida lime juice
S pound wild-caught Florida shrimp
S teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
S tablespoon minced Florida ginger
I teaspoon garlic, minced
I small jalapeno pepper, minced fine
S tablespoon soy sauce
4-6 wooden skewers
Soak wooden skewers in warm water. In the
meantime, clean shrimp but leave tail on.
Combine remaining ingredients. Add shrimp
to marinade mixture and refrigerate 30
minutes to 2 hours.
Thread 2 shrimp on each skewer. Grill or
broil on each side for about 4 minutes or
until shrimp are opaque. Serve with Shrimp
Dipping Sauce.
Yield: 6 appetizer or 4 entree portions.
Nutritional Information: Calories: 110,
Calories from Fat: 30

Sizzling Wild-caught
Florida Shrimp
1 1/2 pounds wild-caught Florida Pink
shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 cup Florida mushrooms,
cut in halves
1/2 cup 1 inch x 1 inch Florida
red bell pepper pieces
1/2 cup I inch x 1 inch Florida
onion pieces
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 cup Florida orange juice
2 teaspoons lemon pepper
seasoning
Arrange shrimp on wooden skewers with
mushrooms, red bell peppers and onions.
Place skewers in a glass casserole dish.
Combine oil, orange juice and seasoning and
pour over shrimp, reserving about 2
tablespoons for basting during cooking.
Cover dish and refrigerate for 1 hour.
Prepare grill surface by cleaning and coating
with oil. When coals are ready they will lose
the flame and be covered with gray ash.

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3/4 cup peanut butter
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2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 teaspoon minced garlic
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1/2 teaspoon chopped fresh ginger root
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16 ounces plain yogurt
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4 teaspoons paprika
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Sightings
Continued from page 19
SATURDAY April 16
A Yard Sale is sched-
uled for April 16 at the First
Christian Church, 1860 NE
39 St., Pompano Beach
from 8 a.m. to noon. All
proceeds benefit the school
and church youth programs.
Call 954-942-2515.
The Pompano Beach
American Legion Auxil-


iary Unit 142 will hold its
annual Fashion Show, April
16 from 1 to 4 p.m. Fashions
will be by "Weekenders" of
Boca Raton. The event
includes raffles, money hats
and door prizes. Call 954-
942-2448.
GRANNY'S ATTIC
sponsored by the City of
Pompano Beach Parks &
Recreation Dept. will be
Apr. 16 from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 N.E. 6th


St., Pompano Beach. It is
The Garage Sale for people
without a garage! Call 954-
786-4111.
"Food And Wine Tast-
ing" every Saturday from
2:30 to 7 p.m. at Colombo's
Market, 4490 N. Federal
Hwy., Lighthouse Point.
Free Admission. Call 954-
786-0252.
The Salvation Army
Car & Boat Auction takes
place the first Saturday of
each month at 1901 W.


Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauder-
dale. Inspection 8 a.m. -
Auction 9 a.m. Call 954-
463-3725.
The Dynamos of Pom-
pano Beach, a non-profit
organization which provides
recreational programs for
mentally handicapped
individuals, meets every
Saturday at the Pompano
Beach Recreation Center.
Call 954-426-0192.
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place


most Saturdays at the Post at
7 p.m. The kitchen is open
from 4:45 p.m. to 7 p.m. The
public is welcome. Call 954-
942-2448.
SUNDAY April 17
BPO Does Drovel42 Pan-
cake Breakfast will be Apr. 17
from 9 a.m. to noon at the Elks
Lodge,700N.E. 10thSt.,Pom-
pano Beach. Open to public.
Adults/$4 Children/$2. Call
954-596-4333.

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ST. COLEMAN
Roman Catholic Church
1200 S Federal Hwy
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am 9:00 am 11:00 am
12:30 pm 6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am
954-942-3533


St. Philip
Episcopal Church
465 N.WY'. 15'h t[. Pompano Bctjch
954-785-2437
R, L.'Cirer (_hr.'.ish
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Hohl Eucharist Sundays 8 am.


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950 S. Cypress Road, Pompano Beach (954) 9-12-5330
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SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:15 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
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FhsRt Bist Clurch Traditional at 11 am
Bible Fellowship Groups
for all ages at
138 NE 1 St. 9:30 & 11 am
Pompano Beach. FL 33060
954-745-6100 "Reaching and Nurturing
www. fbcpompano.org All People for Christ."


SUNDAYS
Services 8 a m & 10:30 a.m.
Nursery & Sunday School: 10 30 a m
Children's Service: Every 3rd Sunday
10 30 a.m.


WEEKDAY CHAPEL SERVICES
Morning Prayer & Communion
Mon., Tues.. Wed 9 a.m.
Bible Study: Wed., 7 p.m.
Morning Prayer: Thur., 9 a.m.
Healing Service" Thur., Noon


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* Do you desire to grow in the Knowledge and Wisdom of God?

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Meets 11:00 AM Sundays -
Unity Church of Pompano Beach. where love grows, affirms the presence of the Lord is in this place and in all places
and in all people. Knowing and accepting this, we embrace people of every race, every color, every creed, and every
lifestyle, knowing that there are many paths to GOD, many names for GOD, many faces of GOD, but only one God;
and this GOD is expressing through all creation in many, many ways. We come together to experience and express
the Christ Spint that dwells within each of us


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3331 N.E. 10th Terrace Pompano Beach
954-941-8117

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Sightings
Continued from page 22

MONDAY April 18
Pompano Beach Lions
Club meets every Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at The Flaming
Pit. Call 954-781-7675.
The Pompano Beach
Toastmasters Club #3003
meets every Monday at 7
p.m. at the John Knox
Village Community Center.
Call 954-946-8733.
Bingo games with cash
prizes, sponsored by the City
of Lighthouse Point Parks
and Recreation Department,
begin at 12:30 p.m. every
Monday at Dixon Ahl
Recreation. Call 954-784-
3439.
TUESDAY April 19
American Business
Woman's Assoc., Cypress
Breezeway Chapter, meets
April 19, at Steak & Ale,
North Andrews Ave. at 6:30
p.m. for networking and
dinner. Call Sharkey at 954-
941-8174.
"Healthy Life Style
Wellness Cinema" will be
presented by Sabrina Singh,
Humana, Inc. on Apr. 19 at
noon at N.E. Focal Point Se-
nior Center, Deerfield Beach.
Call 954-480-4446.
AARP 55 Alive Driver
Safety Classes will be
offered Apr. 19 and Apr. 21
from 1 to 5 p.m. at Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center,
1801 N.E. 6th St., Pompano
Beach. Both days required.
Early registration required.
Call 954-974-2272.
WEDNESDAY April 20
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 a.m. at Galuppi's
Restaurant at the Pompano
Beach Public Golf Course.
Call 954-942-8108.
The Lauderdale-By-The
Sea Chamber of Com-
merce will meet April 20,
from 5 to 7 p.m. at the


Chamber Building, 4201
Ocean Drive. Aruba Beach
Caf6 will provide hours
Bridge Lessons every
Wednesday morning from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club,
180 SW 6th St., Pompano
Beach. Call 954-565-3127.
Kabbalah Series on
alternate Wednesdays at
7:30 p.m. at Temple Sholom.
Everyone welcome. Non-
Members $5.00. Call 954-
942-6410.
THURSDAY, April 21
"Healing Service" every
Thursday at 11:55 a.m. at St.
Martin's Episcopal Church.
Call 954-941-4843 or go to
www.stmartinchurch.org.
Cresthaven Civic Assoc.
meets the second Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m. at
the Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge, Pompano Beach.
Call 954-786-0062.
Cresthaven Neighbor-
hood Watch meets the third
Thursday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at St. Elizabeth
Social Hall, Pompano
Beach. Call 954-946-3720.
UPCOMING
First Christian Church
will host a "Surf's UpO,
tropical evening with dance,
music and fun, April 23 at
1860 NE 39 St., Pompano
Beach. The cost is a $2
donation to the Farsight
Christian Mission. Call 954-
942-2515.
"Osteoporosis Screen-
ing" by Michelle Shaffer,
University Hospital,
Tamarac will be offered
Apr. 25 from 9:30 a.m. to
noon at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4446.
Connie Siskowski will
present "Communicating
Effectively with Health Care
ProfessionalsO, National
Family Caregiver's Assoc.
on Apr. 25 at 1 p.m. at N.E.
Focal Poi8nt Alzheimer's
Day Care Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4493.


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Cherokee Mountain Realty
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5868.
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Divided. Saturday, April 30- 10
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high elevation between Boone
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acres with access and utilities
from $49,900. (800)455-1981,
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Helena. Soils tested, utilities,
ready to build on. Call owner
(888)770-2240.
FORECLOSED GOV'T
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repos and bankruptcies! No
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listings (800)501-1777 ext.
1299.
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available, call now before
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110.
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based on $79,900 w/10% down.
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RVs/Campers

SHOP FLORIDA'S
MOTORHOME- TOWABLE
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1021. *US 1- Ormond Beach-
(800)893-2552 *West Colonial
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(800)654-8475.
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Steel Buildings

STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory
Deals Save $$$. 40 x 60' to
100 x 200'. Example: 50 x 100 x
12 = $3.60/sq ft. (800)658-2885
www.rigidbuilding.com.
Steel Arch Buildings! Genuine
SteelMaster Buildings, factory
direct at HUGE Savings! 20x24,
30x60, 35x50. Perfect Garage/
Workshop/Barn. Call (800)341 -
7 0 0 7
www.SteelMasterUSA.com.


Vacation Rentals

A Gatlinburg Hot-tub Cabin -
Secluded! Sunbathe, soak in
your heart-shaped Jacuzzi.
Midweek 5-night special from
$395. Weddings from $199.
Reunion lodge, $595/night.
(800)726-0989
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NATIONAL SAFETY
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Driving Seminar everyThursday
in Lighthouse Point. Potential
discounton insurance. 954-610-
0446.


REAL ESTATE
SENIOR HOMEOWNERS -
GET CASH NOW! New Gov't
program releases your equity..
.but you NEVER MAKE
MONTHLY PAYMENTS! Home
remains YOURS! Call for
details. 954-956-7550 (Ask for
SAL) Value Financial -
America's Senior
FORT LAUDERDALE 3/bd/2/
baon deepwatercanal. $1,800/
mo. 1 Bd Garden Apt. $650/mo.
Studio $600/mo. Sunbelt
Investment Properties, Inc. 954-
832-0011.
STOP FORECLOSURE-No
Fees. Fast Service. Stay in your
home. Call 945-785-8503.
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FOR SALE
WOW! FANTASTIC! 2-
bedroom condo w/ balcony
conveniently located near major
highways. Quiet community.
Low Maintenance fees. Heated
Pool. Few Restrictions. Asking
$145, 000. C21 Hansen Lynn
Chace 954-650-0083.


RENTALS
POMPANO New Throughout.
2/1 Corner lot. Stunning patio.
Quiet 55+ community. $1,000/
mo. 954-288-0688.
POMPANO Large 2/1 w/
laundry Duplex. Very clean.
New tile, paint and carpet. Quiet
neighbors. $900/mo. Non
smokers. 504 NE 11 Ave. 954-
491-6926.
POMPANO BEACH 2B/2B.
New Kitchen, Paint, Flooring,
ICW/Ocean Front views.
Covered parking. Available
Annually. Unfurn. $1,395/mo.
Heated Pool. Fitness Center.
954-783-9127
POMPANO Seasonal Rental.
Island club 2/2 9th Floor.
Southern exposure. Great view.
Immaculate. 954-785-0177.
POMPANO BEACH Studio
($700/mo.) Apartments. 1/2
Block to Beach. Laundry. Pool.
Very Clean. Annual. Call 954-
785-9994 or 561-309-2214
LBTS One And Two Bedroom
Apartments. Pool. Two Blocks
To Beach. Excellent Condition.
Annual Only. Unfurnished. $775
-$925/mo. F/L/S. No Pets. 954-
771-6758

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ROOM MATES
Prof. Female/male to share
Duplex. Must be pet friendly.
$600/mo. Call 954-783-2226.
Leave Message.


DOCK FOR RENT
POMPANO Deep Water. 15
Minutes To Inlet. Boat Up To 50
Feet. Water/Electric Included.
Private Entrance, Parking.
Available Now. Call 954-234-
7163
POMPANO SE Cypress
Harbor up to 35-feet Water,
electric, Whips, security, lights,
Private. No traffic. Hurricane
Safe. No sailboat. $150/mo. Call
954-946-6684.


COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY FOR
RENT
HIGH CEILING WAREHOUSE
section. Approx. 30' x 30' with
1 'x 11 'feet office in Pompano.
Immed. Occup. $900/month.
Will rent office separate. 954-
943-5655.


ROOM FOR -
RENT
SOUTH POMPANO BEACH -
Large Efficiency. All utilities
included. TV and VCR. $140/
wk. Call 954-942-0394.


SERVICES
EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE
DRIVER, airports, seaports,
special trips. Call Henry 954-
720-8268. Cell 954-775-5824.
RELIABLE DRIVER. Will drive
you to airports, seaports.
Errands and Appointments. Call
954-429-2780 or 954-295-4531.
TOO MANY REMOTES?
HOME AUTOMATION OUT OF
CONTROL? GET UNDER
CONTROL!! Call Joe at 954-
428-3250
M & K MIRRORS AND MORE-
Professional Installation.
Custom Mirror And Shower
Enclosure Specialist. Also
Repair And Removal Of Broken
Glass. Free Estimates. 754-
366-6965
THE COMPUTER HELPER.
Pickup and Deliver, Repair and
Configure, Setup and Explain
Windows and Macs. Unlimited
Free Phone Support. Jim 954-
946-2999


HELP WANTED
MANICURISTS/
PEDICURISTS ONLY 60
percent commission. Pompano
area. 954-788-9443.
KITCHEN HELP All Areas.
Experienced and Mature
Friendly Positive Attitude a
Must! FT/PT. Apply 700 NE 10
St. Pompano Beach 2 to 4 p.m.
Must be 18. See Marvin.
WAITRESS/WAITER. Small
Diner. Pompano Beach. F/T 6
a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 954-942-
4390.


SUMMER PROJECT
OPPORTUNITY Project New
Hope Summer Camp. Positions
available are teachers,
Counselors, folkloric Dance
Instructor, Administrative
Assistance w/ bilingual Creole/
English and Custodian. Call
954-786-4157 or954-545-9800.
NEEDING SOMEONE to do
invoicing, some deliveries and
light cleaning at dental lab.
Speak to Steven or John, 954-
428-4900.
Pelican
Classifieds work
for You. 20
words for $9.
BEAUTY SALON Beauty
Revitalize Salon and Spa. Full
Service. Hair Stylist, Nail Tech
and Barber. Rent chair or work
by commission, Call 954- 972-
8834.
BOAT DETAILER FULL TIME
Needed Immediately: 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Mon. Fri.. Possibly
Weekends. Apply at 800 S. Fed.
Hwy., Pompano Beach or call
954 784-9001
LOOKING FOR COUPLE to do
janitorial and maintenance work
for a 54-unit condominium in
Pompano Beach. Must speak
and/or understand English. Call
Isabel at 954-942-3617.
BOTTOM PAINTERS needed
at Aqua Toy Store. Needed
Immediately: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Mon.- Fri.. Possibly Weekends.
Apply at 800 S. Fed. Hwy.,
Pompano Beach or call 954 -
784-9001
Pelican
Classifieds work
for You. 20
words for $9.
AMERICAN PAVERS needs
part time and full time help
assembling display boards. No
exp. Will train. Apply at 1251
NE 48 St. Pompano Beach.
MAGAZINE PHONE REP -
Part-Time. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 4
p.m. to 8 p.m. East Pompano.
Must Have Good English. Will


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FUEL DOCK ATTENDANT
Needed Immediately. Full-Time.
Monday thru Friday/Possibly
Weekends. Apply at 800 S.
Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach
or Call 954-784-9011


PERSONALS
R.V. TRAVEL PAL Attractive
Blone, Blue-eyed. Happy/
Healthy Gypsy. Looking totravel
to fun and exciting interesting
places. PO Box 668544,
Pompano Beach 33066.


MORTGAGES
Commercial-Residential
None too large. Bad Credit?
Banks say no. We say yes.
Nationwide. Ask for Joan.
Crusader Commercial
Corporation. 954-597-1510. 5/
6


SITUATION
WANTED
CONCEPT DESIGN and
Production of any idea you have.
Homes, Boats, Trade Shows.
Art and Photography. Now
showing at UNCOMMON
GALLARY, Pompano Beach.
Call Daniel 917-804-8453.4/15


FOR SALE
SINGLE HUNG White
Window. Grey Impact Glass.
19 1/8 x 26. $200 OBO. Leave
Message. 954-943-7564.
Hearing Aid, Digital. Value
$1,600. Will sell for $395. 1679
Treasure Coin, Rare. $699. Old
Zippo Lighter. OBO. 1936 Red
Cross Button. $15. 954-786-
8933. 4/29.


AUTOS FOR
SALE
2000 Honda Accord EX, SIX-
CYL, LEATHER, Very Clean,
Original Owner. $10,500. Call
954-783-8122.
Plymouth Neon, Sport Sedan.
1995. Millage 52,700. Asking
$2,400. Call 954-788-8463.


TRUCKS FOR
SALE
1984 Ford Scissor Dump 3208
CAT Motor e-speed. 18 yard
Box.Runs Great $8,000 OBO
954-448-2123.


WANTED TO
BUY
NICE OLD things wanted.
Watches, Fountain pens,
College/High School Rings.
Other Jewelry, medals,
cameras, arts, design classics.
Call Dirk 754-214-0006.


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