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Northwest library
considered for
new name
Residents once served by the old
Northwest Branch of the Broward
County Library will soon be using a
new facility when the library re-
S opens. Now, some residents are
-calling for the library to get a new
name.
Robert Cannon, a director for the
Broward County Library is circulat-
ing letters and petitions to gather
support for renaming the building to
"Apollo Park," a reference to the
park that provided some of the
property being used for the new
building.
Cannon says that he had received
a handful of individual inquiries to
rename the library after several
influential area residents, including
Alberta Gouch, Eulisee Laws,
Blanche Ely, Karl Weaver, Isaiah
Rolle and Esther Rolle.
Cannon says Friends of the
Library and others seem to prefer
Apollo Park. Among those who
support the Apollo Park name are
civic organizations such as The
Links, Bethel Community Develop-
ment, the Sanders Park Civic Asso-
ciation and the MLK Committee of
Pompano Beach.
Cannon has sent letters to Pom-
pano Beach City Manager William
Hargett and Broward County Mayor
Kristin Jacobs, among others.
Among those who support the
initiative are civic organizations
such as The Links, Bethel Commu-
nity Development, the Sanders Park
Civic Association and the MLK
Committee of Pompano Beach.
The new facility, located next to
the former library at 1580 NW 3
Ave. in Pompano Beach, is sched-
uled to reopen in June.

Democrats to meet

at Olson Center

The North Broward Democratic
Club will meet on April 27 at 7:30
p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson
Center, 1801 NE 6 St. Pompano
Beach. Terry Elder of Florida
AARP will explain the proposed
changes in Social Security. The
public is invited. Refreshments will
be served. Call 954-785-0045.


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The story of Passover is nearly 4,000 years old, but to the students at Temple Sholom Hebrew School in Pompano Beach, it's an exciting time to learn
the recipe for Matzah, the bread used by Jews during Pesach [Passover] when they remember escaping their slavery from the Egypt.
"They mixed water and flour," said"Bruce Klasner, educational-director. "It took 18 minutes to complete a task that has lasted over thousands of years."
This week, the children, ages preschool to late teens, who are studying Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah, a ritualistic entrance into adulthood symbolizing
their acceptance of the Torah and their Jewish faith, gathered for the Matzah cooking lesson. See the Passover message from Rabbi Ivan Wachmann of
Temple Sholom on page 6.


WCI condo units move forward

Eastern site to be developed in three phases


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
After more than eight years of hope
and despair over the eventual develop-
ment of Atlantic Point, formerly
Oceanside Shopping center, WCI Com-
munities has begun work on one of the
three parcels known as "Parcel B."
"WCI is committed to the forward


motion of this project relative to getting
a building permit by Dec. 31, and to do
so,it is a full court press to get the project
designed and permitted so work on the
foundation can begin by September,"
says Paul Drummond, regional presi-
dent ofWCI's east coast tower division.

Continued on page 3


WCI Communities, Parcel "B," above located on Atlantic Boulevard and AIA, extends west to
Riverside Drive. The white area represents the footprint of the 185-unit proposed condominium site.
[Rendering courtesy of WCI Properties]


Blanche Ely

raises the bar in

technology,

facilities and

music

programs

By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
"If you look around the building,
you'll see changes going on every-
where," says Dr. Sam Scavella. The
first year Blanche Ely High School
principal points to projects that are
starting to take shape, including
improvements to the library, music
departments, media facilities, technol-
ogy and even the school's cafeteria.
"We just opened a new food
court," says Scavella. "It rivals
anything you might find at the malls."
Dozens of booths serve a variety of
foods and beverages under the high
ceilings and open area. Tables sport-
ing the Tiger logos, seat 547 students,
doubling the capacity of the original
cafeteria.
"We're not done yet," says
Scavella. "We're going to add big flat
screen monitors, painted tigers and
Continued on page 10


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Volume XII, Issue 65


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Pompano

contracts

with Urban

Group for

MLK

project

Pompano Beach City
Commissioners agreed to
outsource real estate property
acquisition and relocation
services to The Urban Group,
a non-profit organization
operating out of Fort Lauder-
dale.
For each transaction, the
city will pay 1.5 percent for
the appraised value of the
property and a $150 flat fee
for processing the sale. For
relocations, the city will pay a
flat fee of $2,445.
Assistant City Manager
T.C. Broadnax said that The
Urban Group would likely
participate in as many as 53
transactions along the Martin
Luther King Boulevard
corridor that stretches from
Northwest Sixth Avenue to
Dixie Highway.
Broadnax said the city
staff did not have the capacity
to perform the necessary work
and wanted to expedite the
process, which led to the
city's agreement with The
Urban Group to handle the
transactions and relocations.


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
Pompano Beach Mayor
John Rayson announced
Tuesday that he had been in
communication with U.S.


Blvd. Bridge
"Shaw was accommodating.
He says he will look into
ways to get federal funding to
support the design process of
the new bridge."
Rayson added that Shaw
had been involved with
getting federal monies for
other county bridge projects,
including the 17th Street
causeway bridge in Fort
Lauderdale.
According to Commis-
sioner George Brummer, the
Florida Department of Trans-
portation [FDOT] will begin
mechanical renovations in
2008. Former commissioner
Bob Shelley addressed the
Community Redevelopment
Agency (CRA) on Tuesday
saying that the Eastern CRA
Advisory Board recommends
using CRA funds to make
pedestrian friendly updates
while the bridge is shut down
for mechanical repairs.
Brummer added that the
FDOT is not ready to under-
take a formal review of the
bridge until 2027 and will
likely not take action towards
construction until 2037.


BRIEFS

Scott Mire to redevelop

Bank of Pompano, Bailey Hotel

After reviewing proposals from two organizations, the
Pompano Beach City Commissioners voted unanimously to
pursue the sale of the Bank of Pompano and Bailey Hotel
buildings to local investor Scott Mire for about $450,000. Mire
says that he and his partners will renovate the existing building,
providing an historic facade, but updating the interiors to
provide office space for a law firm and professional office staff
of between ten and fifteen people.
Mire said he would like to make sure his design meets the
city's objectives of supporting an art and entertainment district
in the area. To meet this, he hopes to renovate both floors of
the buildings. Mire also has about 90 days with which to
address any existing issues during the current stay of demoli-
tion granted by the city's Unsafe Structures Board.


City to negotiate for Old

Pompano property

Pompano Beach City Commissioners voted unanimously to
allow its city staff to begin negotiations for the property located
at 31 NE 1 Ave. in Downtown Pompano where the Flowers 'N
Things is currently located.
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Martin and Susan Malaga, having purchased the property for
$85,800 in 1987. It was hoped that funds received for the sale
of the Bank of Pompano Bailey Hotel buildings would help
cover purchase costs. The city plans on developing an arts and
entertainment district there, and commissioners agreed that
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WCI
Continued from page 1
WCI's purchase of the old
Atlantic Point project on Atlan-
tic Boulevard andAIA,included
getting a one-year extension in
the assignment of flex units to
allow for a large residential
project.
Drummond admits, how-
ever, that most of the attention
his team has given to the project
has been toward "Parcel B" -
the area where demolition has
already begun on the old
Oceanside Shopping Center.
"We submitted 'B' first be-
cause it was the site plan we
could get through the system
quickest to meet our extension
Requirementss" says Drummond.
This area houses a single con-
dominium structure with ap-
proximately 185 units, priced
between $750,000 and $2 mil-
lion per unit.The 17-story build-
ing will be 184 feet high, with
the condos sitting above a park-
ing complex. Retail and com-
mercial areas will surround the
parking.
WCI's design calls for the
free parking allowing public
access to the beach, restaurants
and shopping areas.
"Parcel B" also includes a
large public plaza, with a sculp-
ture and fountain. "We are com-
mitted to quality development
in Pompano Beach," says
Drummond.
"Redevelopment of this area
is definitely necessary," said
Commissioner Kay McGinn. "It
could be a destination point and
should be. With shops, stores,
and new residential units, it
could be magnificent."
Mayor John Rayson agrees.
"I'm very excited about the pre-
liminary plans that I have been
made privy to. There's a huge
public square that will be built,
an outstanding asset, something
for all the people who live in,
work in and visit Pompano
Beach."
Parcel "A" extends from the
Intracoastal Waterway east to
Ocean Boulevard, encompass-
ing the recently purchased Holi-
day Inn. After demolition of
the Holiday Inn, this parcel is
expected to be developed as a
hotel with about 75 condomini-
ums on the site.
S "There are incredible com-
plexities with designing a hotel
and finding a hotel partner.
When you are designing the
hotel, you need a member of
that hotel organization in the
design meetings," says
Drummond. "So, the design of
parcel 'A' has been hindered by
the normal process of securing a
hotel partner. We have concep-
tual designs, but not much else.


We didn't want to present plans
to the public and city and find
out that the hotel partner didn't
think that it would have the right
design components."
"Parcel C" is south of At-
lantic along the Intracoastal.
Plans for this parcel include a
smaller number of hotel/con-
dos "Currently it looks like 104
condo/hotels. No time-shares
are planned for Parcel C," says
Drummond.
McGinn is concerned about
the intensity of [Parcel C] de-
velopment. "At the foot of the
[Atlantic] bridge, the intensity
and number of units, whether


condo/hotels or condos, is too
intense and I hope they readjust
their numbers," she said.
Drummond is aware of the
residents' concerns and wants
to work locally to address them.
"I would like to speak with
people in the community.
We've already spoken to sev-
eral civic organizations, and
area boards. If you want us to
speak to you, we welcome that
opportunity," he said.
Drummond adds that he
wants to end the rumors that
have come with the project.
"Good information is better


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people say that they are for or
against our project based on
facts as opposed to rumors based
on fiction. We have nothing to
hide. We were 'Builder of the
Year' in 2004. You will find
that our company's culture is to


do what is right."
As for completion dates,
Drummond is optimistic. Par-
cel B should be completed by
Dec. 2007. The hotel on "Par-
cel A" is scheduled to be com-
pleted the following December.


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Friday, April 22,.2005











Two loyal volunteers set up and knock down Old


Pompano Green Market every Saturday morning


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"Paul Whitsett and Larry
Sands are inspirational
gentlemen because they not
only volunteer, but they do
one of the most essential and
difficult jobs that must be
done," says Dan Hobby,
executive director of the
Pompano Beach Historical
Society.
"Come rain or shine, they
show up with their pickup
trucks at 7 a.m. every Satur-
day morning to physically set
up the market. And they're
back at 12:30 to break it down
and clean the area up until the
next Saturday. We've come to
rely on them. They are
important to our success."
Paul Whitsett
When 78 year old, Paul
Whitsett was asked why he
volunteers to do this hard,
physical work, he smiles and
replies "Larry and I are not
alone. This is a team effort.
This morning, we're getting
help from young Brandon
Whaley and two other old
hometown boys, John
Robertson and Jerry Bowman.
I remember this old
downtown and I want to see it
revitalized and some of it
saved. I've lived in Pompano


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Call The Pompano
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for 52 years. Came here with
my wife to help her father
who had a farm. I learned to
farm and eventually got into
the farm supply business. I
can still see Angelo's, the
corer restaurant, that had a
"Five o'clock" club.
"The farmers would gather
and exchange news of the
day. If they heard someone
was in trouble, they figured
out how to help. Pompano
Mercantile was the hardware
store. Kilgore's Seed Com-
pany sold farm supplies. And
the grocery store, Margaret
Ann's, later became Wynn
Dixie. Everyone in the
agriculture business came to


Paul Whitsett, a Pompano resident for 52 years,helps set up
and knock down the Green Market every Saturday morn-
ing. "I'd like to see this downtown revitalized and some of


the buildings restored and saved," he
Phyllis J. Neuberger]

this area. Our farm life style
was different from the life
style of the city folks. I guess
I'm motivated to do this job
because I like to see some-
thing accomplished. I hope
we'll develop this place and
restore the area, even a few of
the old buildings. A week
begins with the first hour.
Growing is a process."
Larry Sands
Larry Sands says proudly,


says. [Photos by


Larry Sands has been in Pompano since 1939 and is still
semi active in his insurance business. Asked why he volun-
teers for this hard, physical weekly task, he says," I enjoy
it. It helps me stay young."


"I've been on the same
Pompano lot since 1939. I
started the insurance business
with Byron Gordon in 1959.
"We merged with Bateman
Cassels Agency in 1962. I'm
still semi active in the busi-
ness." Asked why he volun-
teers for this hard physical
job, he says simply, "I enjoy
it. It helps me stay young.
This area was the hub of the
city. I'd like to see some of


the old buildings restored.
This could be a museum type
area."
Admitting that parking
could be a problem, Sands
adds, "A parking garage
could easily solve the
problem."
Like a kid with a new
toy, Sands loves his pick up
truck which he's been

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driving for the past ten
years. "It helps," he says.
"I'm always carrying tools
and handy stuff. It's fun to
have a truck."
On the Saturday morning
this interview took place, he
jumped out of his truck and
immediately went to work
on the generator which
supplies the electricity to the
Green Market.
Once he got it going and
hooked up, he paused to
chat. "I guess I help out
here because it's like paying
my rent. Yeah. It's like
paying your rent for the
little space you occupy on
this earth."
Thank you Paul Whitsett
and Larry Sands and the
team of volunteer helpers for
your dedication to the Histori-
cal Society and the Green
Market.
Helping to recreate and
preserve the past provides the
roots younger generations
need as they try to meet the
challenges of the future.
To join the Pompano
Historical Society, visit the
Green Market booth open
every Saturday morning until
April 30 or call 954-786-
4047.


Robert Walters Architects to provide design and

permitting services for Hunters Manor Park


Pompano Beach City Com-
missioners unanimously ap-
proved the selection of Robert
Walters Architects as the ar-
chitects for the new Hunters
Manor Park 1801 NW 1 St.,,
and authorized city officials
to begin negotiations for the
design and construction of the


park. Robert Walters was the
top rated firm from among
eleven companies that submit-
ted Letters of Interest.
The new park is expected
to contain two basketball court
facilities, shaded pavilions, a
jogging trail, playgrounds, a
multi-purpose field, fencing,


restrooms, parking and appro-
priate lighting and park ameni-
ties. The original plans sug-
gested two racquetball courts,
but City CommissionerE. Pat
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ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 65
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Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
Donna Torrey, Joseph Pittelli, Sandy Johnson, Lee Waldo
Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli.
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John Knox Village raises

$450 for Green Market

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Accepting the gift from John Knox Village residents are Shirley Farris, Paul Whitsett, Claudia
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JKV residents pool talents to

help renovations for the Sample

McDougald House

John Knox Village Day at the Pompano Beach Green Market proved to
be a big success as Village residents and staff showed off their talents and
interests at the April 2nd event.
In addition to an art exhibition, cooking demonstrations and musical
show, John Knox Village residents had a bake sale and raffle with the
proceeds going to the Sample-McDougald House restoration project.
Last week, John Knox Village marketing director, Bob Milanovich,
presented Green Market organizers with more than $450 raised at John
Knox Village Day.
"John Knox Village Day is always the highlight of the Green Market
season,"
said Margaret White, a Green Market organizer and a Sample-
McDougald House director. "The enthusiasm, energy and civic-mindedness
of both the residents and the staff says to me that they're doing something
right over there."


VIEWPOINTS


Passover is a time to focus on

peace, justice and opportunity


By Rabbi Ivan Wachmann
TEMPLE SHOLOM

This Saturday and Sunday night,
Jews the world over, will gather at
their Passover festive table. The
youngest member of the family will
ask the four main questions regard-
ing the ritual that takes place. The
answer provided will emphasize the
importance of freedom for Jews and
humankind. There can be no free-
dom for anyone as long as there are
people who are being tortured and
denied basic human rights.
The Passover message for Jewish
people and people all over the world
is that we must never abandon the
hope that good will ultimately
triumph over evil. Passover pro-
vides us with a unique opportunity
for families to be together and
seriously debate and discuss the


history of our people and their
abilities to survive. Whenever it
appeared that the Jewish people
would be annihilated, divine provi-
dence stepped in and saved us.
The whole world recently la-
mented the sad loss of Pope John
Paul II. The world lost not only a
faithful shepherd, but also a world
leader. The late pope dedicated his
whole life, like Moses in Egypt, to
love and care for his people. We
hope and pray that the next pope be
granted good health and join other
religious leaders like his predecessor

Pope John Paul II, and continue to
spread love, compassion, caring and
sharing the message of Passover.
May all of us be blessed through-
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Pompano looks great, but BSO

lets too many get away with

'trashing' Kester Park

To the editor:

First, I'd like to berate the Broward Sheriff's Office for letting everyone
trash Kester Park with beer bottles all over and driving over the grass to
park at the pavilions, parking on the sidewalks instead of the parking areas
because they're are too lazy to walk a few yards.
Second, I'd like to have everyone take a minute to look around and see
how nice our city looks. The ground crews and maintenance workers all do
a great job for us, thanks to all of them.

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How trash has become the world's big business


The Legacy of

Our Landfill
Editor's note: This column is
part of an ongoing series to
educate our readers about the
critical need to recycle and
conserve our natural resources.
One immediate reason to recycle
is to reduce the need for landfill.
Within a decade or two, those
still here will have to pay as
much or more than three times
the current rate of garbage
disposal. Landfills fill up. That
means residents will have to pay
for transporting their trash
further north. We are gratefid to
the members of Pompano Proud
who are leading our community
in this effort.
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M any people
remember the
local dump
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ing up. It was a filthy place
out on the edge of town, and
hopefully your house wasn't
down-wind of it. You could
smell it for miles, especially
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of stuff was indiscriminately
dumped out there with no
regard as to what might be
hazardous to the environ-
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Every few years, gasoline
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PHI Construction

wins community

park

improvements bid

Pompano Beach city commis-
sioners voted unanimously to accept
the bid of PHI Construction, Inc. of
Davie, Fla., to begin work on im-
provements to Pompano Beach
Community Park, located at the Air
Park.
The winning bid includes mak-
ing improvements to the parking
area lighting, totaling $1.8 million.
Improvements to the park include
renovations of the basketball and
tennis courts, resurfacing the jogging
trail, updating exercise equipment,
and a number of other park improve-
ments.

Mulligans to

expand sidewalk

cafe dining

Last week, the Town of Lauder-
dale-by-the-Sea (LBTS) approved
[5-0] with some contingencies, a
request by Mulligan's Grill & Bar,
101 E. Commercial Blvd., to add a
sidewalk caf6 to its present facility.
Vice Mayor Ed Kennedy called
the move a beginning to a "restau-
rant row" from AIA to the beach.
But not everyone was happy.
"I don't think it's fair," said Bill
Ciani, who owns the building to the
west of Mulligan's, "especially since
it's public property."
Ciani added that the sidewalk
should be used for customer traffic
and not congested with restaurant
tables and staff. He claimed that his
tenants who have clothing and
furniture stores can't display their
merchandise on the sidewalk.
But Town Attorney, James
Cherof, explained the town's side-
walk caf6 license is only for restau-
rants.
George Hart, owner of Mulligans
said later that the corerr needs a
face lift, and with the upgrades more
people will come to the area. People
can finish eating and go shopping at
the local stores.

Garden Club to

host lecture

The Pompano Beach Garden
Club will host a lecture by Diana
Guidry on Salt Water Tolerant
Gardening" at the Emma Lou Olson
Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano
Beach, May 2 at 1 p.m.
The public is welcome to this
free event. For more information,
call 954-783-3106.


ManKind, a unique shop, caters to "the man"

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twin barbers from Philadelphia are well known in Pompano Beach and Lighthouse Point."


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"ManKind is the best thing that has
ever happened around here," Mark
Camara said, smiling as he enjoyed a
dip and clip ( wash and haircut) in this
unusual new shop. "There isn't a man
who wouldn't like this spa. It's great
not to have to be intimidated by being
in a woman's salon."
It's easy to understand Camara's
pleasure. ManKind provides a place a
man can call his own. It has captured
the congeniality of the old barber shop
and the sophistication of a spa.
Lee Garipoli, owner of this busi-
ness, has designed a handsome,
masculine setting offering clients the
ease of one stop shopping by meeting
a multitude of needs under one roof.
The barber shop offers a dip and a
clip and a hot shave. The spa offers
massage, skin and nail care, wax, and
a free steam with any service. Camara
could have had his shoes shined or
repaired, clothing dry cleaned and
even enjoyed a tailor's services by
appointment.
Before leaving ManKind, he just
might relax in a comfortable chair to
catch some game action on the wide
screen television while sipping a
complimentary soft drink or beer.
Even more options include perusing a
magazine and shooting a game of a
pool.
The 34 year old owner/ entrepre-
neur has an easy charm and is happy
to explain how he thought up this
innovative business. "I had this image
in my mind. A gentleman walks into
my shop, drops off his dry cleaning
and shoes before slipping into a barber


chair for a hair cut. He decides to have
a hot shave and a free steam. Now,
he's so relaxed, he has a massage and
get his nails done. After all of this
wonderful care, he relaxes with a
complimentary beer and a game of
pool."
Garipoli turned his dream into a
reality on March 3 of this year.
ManKind opened its doors in the heart
of Fort Lauderdale's action packed,
downtown at 501 S. E. 2nd street.
Located in a first floor corner,
ManKind even offers customers free,
garage parking.
Two reasons why men are happy
to drive down here from Pompano
Beach and Lighthouse Point are
Jimmy and Johnny Curione, the well
known Philadelphia twin barbers.
Garipoli says, beaming, "I was
incredibly fortunate to land two
barbers with their talent. They're like
an act. Once one knows them, it's
easy to tell them apart. Their large
cliental is following them to this new
location."
Every man who enters ManKind is
welcomed by the friendly shop
receptionist. A staff of talented ladies
offers services such as massage
therapy, skin and nail care. A tailor is
available by appointment for alter-
ations and custom made clothing.
Shoes and dry cleaning can be
dropped off.
Garipoli admits he's a man who
has always wanted his own business.
"I finally left my job as manager and
head golf professional at the Oak Tree
Country Club to open ManKind."
He was motivated by the memory
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original chairs found in his grandfather's barber
shop, which was established on Sunrise Boule-
vard in 1948.
camaraderie that existed among the
men who frequented his grandfather's
barbershop.
He speaks lovingly of his grandfa-
ther, James (Jim) Peacock. "He was
"Pops" to me. He had a barbershop on
East Sunrise Boulevard back in 1948
and I sat in that chair," he waves his
hand at a classic barber chair, "to get
haircuts as a kid. Through women I've
known who have worked in salons I
came to realize how many men are
forced to use women's salons. I
decided it would be wonderful for a
man to have his own spa and barber-
hop. And that's how the idea for
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He not only has the actual
barber chair from "Pop's
shop", but Garipoli found
additional authentic, antique
barber chairs in Chicago and
had them refurbished and
installed in ManKind. "My
grandfather would love this
whole idea," he says. "I regret
he did not live to see it."
ManKind has gained rapid
acceptance, Garipoli says,
"Our prices are very competi-
tive. Men like having the dip
and clip. Many baby boomers
have never had a hot shave
because most barber shops
stopped offering them. I get a
kick out of watching them
enjoy that same relaxing, half
hour experience their


grandfather's enjoyed. The
steam room is free with any
other service and it is also
available alone for a fee."
Even grooming aids are
available on ManKind's wall
of men's necessities, featuring
well known labels such as
The Art Of Shaving and Jack
Black who create products for
men only.
Patrons can relax at the
end of their pampering
experience in a comfortable
chair with complimentary soft
drinks, coffee or beer and
even shoot a quick game of
pool before departing this
man's world. Open Monday -
Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
Saturday 9 -6; Sunday 10 5.
Appointments suggested but
walk-ins are welcome.
Call 954-525-9209.


SFern Forest to celebrate

"Wetlands Day" May 1
Broward County Parks and Recreation and Fern Forest
Nature Center, 201 Lyons Rd. South, Coconut
CreekCoconut Creek, will host a special event CEL-
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Sunday, May 1, in the center's nature center and amphithe-
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fish and nature prints, guided nature walks, lectures, and
informational displays. Light refreshments will be available
for a nominal fee. Call 954-970-0150.



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Tigers on fast track for academic success


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other school murals on the
walls. Really spruce it up."
Scavella adds the screens
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tionally-based programming,
but will also include local
programming with a Blanche
Ely twist.
"We're building a state-of-
the-art television production
center. We'll be able to create
our own news snippets and
broadcast them throughout the
school day."
Upgrading the facilities is
just one way Dr. Scavella is
improving the overall quality


of the academic experience.
"Kids see what we are doing
and they take pride in the
school," says Scavella.
"People want to do better
because they see the school is
doing better for them."
Marching Band
The Tiger Marching Band
is another example of how the
school is working for the
students. Music Director
Richard Beckford designed a
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City Commissioner E. Pat
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county to provide funds for
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"We needed that many
because the band grew
overnight," Beckford said.
"Last year we had only 30
members in the band. This
year, we have more than
200."
Beckford added that other
opportunities are becoming
available to band members,
including classes in music
theory and composition, and
chances to attend band
camps.
"We'll be performing at
Universal Studios," says
Beckford. "We've received
more than $80,000 in grants
that will allow us to send
students to functions all over
the state."
On May 4, the school will
host a marching band show-
case. "Everybody that's
involved is very excited,"
says Beckford.
Technology is spurring
other changes
The library and media
center will soon receive
scores of new computers and
lap tops. Media Specialist
Andrea Angelucci says that
the school will also be a
portal for laptops. "Wireless
ports installed here will allow
us to serve more students. If
every computer is being used,
we can wheel out laptops and
give kids access to what they
need."
The expanding technology
upgrades will provide addi-
tional services. Assistant
Principal Pamela Voss says
that scheduled counseling
will be available to students
and parents will have access
to the data. Voss says, "It's
really going to serve us well
for placing students in the
right courses, making sure
they are on the right four-year
plan, and limit our scheduling
changes and mistakes."
Scavella takes pride in the
changes. "The remodeling of
the media center is costing us
$500,000. We get new
shelving, carpeting, seating,
counters the whole room is
being transformed. And
while we transform the
building, we are transforming
the experience of the students.d
You see this every day."
Scavella admits, "I've got
the best job in the world.
You see the kids really
buying into what we are
doing and it confirms that we
are doing the right things."


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Film Festival reveals young talent, Sample McDougald moves

toward renovation and FAU's HOOT is up and coming stuff


By Lee Waldo and Sandy
Johnson
SOCIETY MATTERS
Had quite an interesting
week!!
Attended the "Meet
and Greet"
Luncheon for the
filmmakers and actors with
this year's Palm Beach
International Film Festival at
the historic old Gulfstream
Hotel in Lake Worth.
What a fascinating experi-


ence! Many
young
people of
extraordi-
nary talent
mortgaging
their lives to
get their
dreams on
film. Spoke
at length
with
Pamela
Peak who
directed,


1.Or


Lee Waldo and
dqnnriv J hnenn


NnS cy jonnson
produced Y
and wrote Colorblind, a
documentary where she
managed to reunite her almost
all-white 1960's grade school
class from Detroit.
These students, scattered
to the winds by the 1967
Detroit riots, came back
together and delved into how
each of their lives had been
deeply impacted by their
beloved African-American
teacher, Mr. Bell. Despite the
turbulent era, Mr. Bell created
an understanding of non-
violence and equality. What a
hoot to get back together with
grade school friends and then
to remember with such depth
of feelings the teacher who
changed their lives!
Try and take the opportu-
nity next year to attend some
of these showings. (They,
were at Mizner Park Theater
in Boca as well as at City
Place in Palm Beach). All the
cast and people involved in
the film are on hand to talk
With you and it definitely puts
a new perspective on a
production when you hear
first hand how it all came into
place.

attended a meeting
of the newly
formed Friends of
Sample-McDougald house.
Dan Hobby addressed the
group and informed us of the


progress to date and the plans
for the immediate future. By
all means, attend their fund-
raiser at Pompano Citi Centre
on May 6, hosted by Citi
Centre and its developer
Faison and Associates.
Drinks and hors d'oeuvres,
plus a silent auction and raffle
will be on hand. Also, if you
like to be part of "history,"
you will be one of the first to
view the new shopping center
that we are all so anxiously
awaiting.
* 0
aturday night at the
Pompano Amphi-
theater, we were
treated to a concert starring
Todd Rundgren, Joe Jack-
son, and Ethyl. The amphi-
theater is really one of the
premier, intimate venues in
South Florida. On an evening
with quite a "nip in the air,"
everyone was treated to a
stellar performance!!
Ethyl, an amazing string
quartet, began the show with
truly uplifting melodies. Joe
Jackson came next with his
piano and a full set of memo-
rable tunes. The highlight of
the performance was seeing
Todd Rundgen, complete
with his colorful purple
jacket, take the stage and wow
the audience just like it was
the 1970's. His rendition on
Tiny Demons was perhaps
the best that we had ever
heard.
At the end, all of the
performers came on the stage
and played "While My Guitar
Gently Weeps." We have to
admit that we were up there
standing in front with all the
groupies clapping our hands
and singing along. We had a
late chat with Todd who says
that he will never give up his
music since "Music is not like
meat or vegetables. It stays
fresh forever."
Met with Amanda Ances,
from Fantasma productions.
She is graduating from FAU
and continuing on with
Fantasma where she did her
internship. She told us all
about Hoot Fest 2005 at FAU.
This will take place at
Wackadoo's Grub and Brew
in the University Center at
FAU Boca. at 7 p.m. Hoot
Recordings, the student-run
record label, will introduce its
five signed acts!! It is free
and open to the public. The
five featured artists have


:* [Top] Dan Hobby addresses Friends of Sample
McDougald House showing them a rendering of the
outside landscaping at the completion of the project.
: *. [Ldftmela Peak meets with us and discusses her
-W, film Colorblind at the Palm Beach Film Festival.
* Joe Jackson, Todd Rundgren and Ethyl perform their
rousing grand finale at the Pompano Beach Amphithe-
ater. [Photos by Sandy Johnson]


competed against more than
50 local acts at various Hoot
auditions to land a spot on the
label. The contract enables
the artist to record a demo in
the on-campus pre-production
studio. Debut album
"Synchrofunkinicity" from
The People Upstairs was
Hoot Recordings debut album
and is available at Barnes and
Nobel, Borders and the FAU
bookstore.

ompano Beach
Historical Society
presents its new
slate of officers this week.
Congratulations to President
Jerry Bowman and First
Vice President Shirley
Farris! We thank all of you
for helping us to preserve our


heritage in every way that we
can!!
Don't forget to submit
those photos to the Green
Market for Historical
Society's photography
contest. Photos of the Green
Market, historical sites in
Pompano or general photos of
the Pompano area. Submit
photos to the Historical
Society booth at the Green
Market no later than April 30.
There is even a special
category for K-12 students.
Cash prizes and your picture
will be published in our own
Pompano Pelican!!

ranny's Attic at
the Emma Olson
Center was a
smash hit on Saturday. We
wonder when we will ever


think our houses are full
enough that we don't have to
buy "just one more thing"!!
Wooden elephants, a doll and
some mighty fine sports
memorabilia now have new
homes!!
* *
Upcoming Events:
April 22, 7 p.m., Light-
house Point Yacht and Racket
Club, Casino Night, The LHP
Swim Team Booster Club,
$60. Call Patricia Zielinsky
954-942-9859
Garden Club of Light-
house Point and Pompano
Beach Garden Club. Juried
Flower Show, "Weathering
the Tropics," St. Paul the
Apostle Church, April 23,
1:00-5:00, Admission free.
Boutique!!


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Fridav, April 22, 2005







12Th oman elca riay prl 2 20


Sightings

EVENTS
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 Zielinski at 954-942-


9859 or Alice Ring at 954-
941-8250 for information on
sponsorships or tickets.
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 its 45"' Anniver-
sary 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.
St. Martin's Episcopal
Church will host ARMED
FORCES DAY on May 21
with full military ceremonies
at noon. Prior to the services,
the church will host a car.
show and raffle a 2005
Mustang. Tickets are $100.
Only 500 tickets will be sold.


All proceeds benefit the
church. For information on
entering a vehicle in the show
[$15 per entry], call 954-941-
4843.
SERVICES
The NE Focal Point
Adult Care Center pro-
motes social, physical and
psychological well-being to
encourage independence
through individual program-
ming 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
information.
TODAY
Friends of The Deerfield
Beach Arboretum offer free
tours on Fridays at 10 a.m.

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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.
Advanced Bridge Les-
sons every Friday from 9:15
to 11:45 a.m. at Pompano
Beach Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-943-1733.
Line Dance Classes for
Seniors are offered every


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N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4447.
Scrabble every Friday
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Center, Pompano Beach.
Dictionary-based- Beginners
welcome. Call 954-786-4111.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Pompano
Duplicate Bridge Club. Call
954-565-3127.
Contract Bridge Game
every Friday at 6:45 p.m. at
Dixon Ahl Center, Lighthouse
Point. Call 954-942-2421.


SATURDAY April 22
"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 Dynamos of Pom-
pano Beach, a non-profit
organization which provides
recreational programs for
mentally handicapped indi-
viduals, meets Saturday at the
Pompano Beach Recreation
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Lighthouse Point Mangia-Bene delight in Italian hospitality and cuisine


By Picky Pelican
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Three things come into
play at Mangia-B6ne, 3150
North Federal Highway in
Lighthouse Point: A brilliant
chef, ambiance and dedication
to fine dining.
When we stepped into the
entrance, we had to admire
the 20-foot cherry/mahogany
full-service bar facing the
equally handsome balustrade
that separates a small intimate
dining area from the lounge.
We were welcomed by
Thomas Bertorelli, who took
us to a comfortable booth [we


prefer booths] near the
window.
Our first visit was a stormy
night, but in addition to us, a
number of loyal diners had
brushed weather aside for a
night of dining pleasure.
Within minutes, our
waitress, Cheryl, took our
'house wine' order of Merlot
and returned quickly with a
big smile to take our order.
Our second waiter, Joe, a high
school student by day, served
us a wonderfully fresh
bruschetta, a combination of
fresh tomatoes, basil and
garlic topping toasted Italian


Our multi-tasking waitress, Cheryl, serves an after-dinner drink to a new diner, who discovered Mangia-B6ne on a stormy
night. The cherry/mahogany 20-foot polished bar is one of many comfortable seatings at this Lighthouse Point restaurant.
[Photos by Picky Pelican]


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paradigm of public conduct, I
forewent the possibility of a
scowl and savored this
famous Italian standard.
For dinner, we selected
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scallops calamari and lobster
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family-sized], and my host's
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chicken cutlets sauteed with
mushrooms, garlic and
pancetta in Marsala wine [$13
for the individual and $22 for
family-sized].
As we waited for our
meals, we overheard a gentle-
man in the next booth asking
the waiter if the chef would
prepare a special entree, not
on the menu that evening.
Apparently, Chef Nardi,
born in Rome and having
gained his culinary education
in France, took the challenge
in stride. Later we met this
diner, an Italian son, who,
driving from Palm Beach to
Miami in the evening storm,
took heart when he caught
Mangia-Bene on the marque.
"It was perfect! Just like
home," he said,.noting he had
discovered a favorite dining


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Mangia-Bene
Continued from page 14
place.
As I sought out the succu-
lent seafood pieces, steeped in
a light garlic sauce, I eyed the
beautiful Marsala entr6e,
which my dear host quietly
slipped onto his bread plate
for me to taste.
Divine.
The combination of
chicken, garlic, mushrooms
and Marsala was light and
fulfilling. The pure chicken
cutlets had no hint of flour,
and we both fell upon meals
that partnered naturally with a
low carb diet.
We also shared an order of
fresh carrots, snow peas and
green peppers, saut6ed lightly
in olive oil and garlic. These
vegetables might have been
the meal on other days. One
taste led to a desire for more.
I attempted the same
combination at home on a
later evening, but failed to
reach the light flavor of the
garlic and crispness of the
vegetables.
I made a special trip to talk
to Chef Nardi about this.


I


Chicken Marsala at Mangia-Bene arrives family style with ample cutlets, sauteed lightly in oil, garlic,
special herbs and garnished with mushrooms and fresh basil. Top: Owners Thomas Bertorelli, Bruce Saper
and Mary Grace are regular greeters at Mangia-B6ne. Chef Nardi's kitchen is in full view of diners and the
good Chef is amiable to comments on his creations. Ah! Dessert. Words fail attempts to describe these
treats. Ample, decadent and worth the sinful desires.


Here's his secret: First, the
vegetables are best when
purchased the same day [I
knew that!]. But I discovered
that Chef Nardi precedes his
sauteing of the vegetables by
plunging the veggies into
boiling water for about 30
seconds, blanching them.
"This preserves the color
and shortens the time in the
skillet, thus maintaining the
crispness as well.
At Mangia-B6ne, ['Eat
well' in Italian], family dining


is extolled. We noticed many
intergenerational groups
enjoying repasts in the old-
fashioned way with quiet
conversation, laughter and
old-world respect.
With the subdued sounds
of Italian opera or Frank
Sinatra's crooning, one never
has to raise a voice to be
heard.
It all falls into place when
food, ambiance and courtesy
combine. Even the youngest
diners sense the magic spell


of an extraordi-
nary evening that



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experiencing the real purpose of dining out.
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Lighthouse tour
set for May 7
The Hillsboro Lighthouse Preser-
vation Society will host a tour of the
Hillsboro Lighthouse on May 7 from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Due to insurance requirements,
only members of the Society are
invited on the tour.
Membership.is open to all, and
those who want to take the tour may
join at the Sands Harbor Dock, one
block east of Atlantic Boulevard on
Riverside Drive. Tour guests will be
shuttled from the dock on the 40-
passenger boat, Aqua View, to the
seawall next to the Hillsboro Light-
house. There, visitors will disem-
bark for the land tour, a climb up the
lighthouse tower along with a
narrative by Dr. Ray McAllister.
Membership fees for the Society
are $25 for individuals, $35 for
families and $50 for businesses or
organizations.
For more information, call 954-
942-2102.

U.S. Coast

Guard Boating

Classes

The Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla
3-7 in Lighthouse Point will offer a
one-day Boating Safety Program on
Saturday, May 21 at Dixon Ahl
Recreation Center, 2220 NE 38 St.,
Lighthouse Point.
Call Gene Cain at 954-557-0582 or
email auxcain@hotmail.com to
register.
The class begins at 8 a.m. Cost for
all materials with lunch included is
$35.
Boating Safety meets the qualifica-
tions for Florida's Boater Education
identification card that is required for
all boaters 21 and younger.


RECYCLE


THIS PAPER!


Hurricane Andrew caused 25,000 tons


of debris to be placed in Pompano's


landfill each day during cleanup


Continued from page7
weren't so good.
Well, the Disposal Sanitary
Landfill is nothing like the dumps of
years gone by. Recently I managed
to arrange a private two-hour tour of
the landfill used by Pompano Beach.
I expected to see a smelly, badly
managed, polluted eyesore of a
dump. I did not find things to be
that way at all.
The landfill is located west of
Powerline, just north of Sample
Road. It is easy to find; just follow
the endless caravan of garbage
trucks heading in that direction. Its
footprint is about one mile wide and
about one mile long. At its highest
point, which is the maximum allowed
by law, it is 225 feet.
This would be equivalent to
stacking two (2) nine-story buildings
on top of each other, and adding a 5-
story building on top of them. From
the top, you can see the cranes at Port
Everglades. It contains 41 million
cubic yards of waste and has a re-
maining life expectancy of 12 to 14
years. Pompano Beach generates over
100,000 tons of waste each year.
Hurricane impact
Fifteen years ago when Hurricane
Andrew hit southeastern Florida, the
landfill was taking in about 2,500 tons
of waste each day. However, during
the clean up after Hurricane Andrew,
ten times that amount, 25,000 tons of
debris, was placed in the landfill each
day. This reduced the life expectancy
of this landfill by 71/2 years. Since
then, the amount of waste has in-
creased dramatically. Currently,
8,000 tons of waste is added to the
landfill each day. Of that, about half
is construction debris.
New engineering standards
The Disposal Sanitary Landfill is a
modern marvel, engineered to dispose
of solid waste into the ground and still
protect the environment. The landfill


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After trash is collected, it is brought to the Waste Management land fill in Pompano Beach fordisposal


is built in phases called cells. First,
each cell is lined with tough, heavy,
60-mil polyethylene sheets of plastic.
This is about the thickness of a
quarter. These plastic sheets are
bonded together to form a waterproof
barrier.
Next, a heavy plastic mesh is laid
over this to catch liquids and drain
them away. This allows the landfill
liquids, called leachate, to drain into a
collection basin. Surface rain is also
collected into holding basins. These
liquids are all pumped to a local water
treatment plant. Once this water is
treated, it is safe to use. Additional
filtering substances are placed on top
of the mesh, and finally several feet of
filtered materials are. placed before
regular waste is deposited.
When a cell is full, a protective
coating and several feet of soil are
used to cover it. Finally, it is land-
scaped with sod and trees. With the
sod and trees in place, it looks like a
large, naturally occurring hill. By
contrast, the cell currently being filled
by the seemingly endless line of trucks


is littered by the day's deposit of
waste and birds hover overhead,
searching for food.
What you smell may not be
what you think you smell
There is very little smell from the
landfill. The odor you occasionally
smell in the area is actually coming
from the water treatment plant located
in the vicinity. At the end of each
day, the solid waste at the landfill is
covered with a layer of soil and
mulched green matter, which protects
it from the elements, and helps to keep
it from decomposing and polluting the
surrounding areas.
Burying it in this way also helps to
discourage birds and other animals
from picking through and scattering it.
Each evening liquid is sprayed into the
air to capture any remaining odor and
dust particles.
Trash gas is captured for reuse
Landfill gas, called methane, is
produced through the natural break-
down of the waste that has been

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Sightings

Continued from page 13
Chronic Fatigue/ Good
Times Social Group meets
the first Saturday of each
month from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at
the Olive Garden Restaurant,
Ft. Lauderdale. Call 954-974-
6280 or 954-473-4350.
ALANON Saturday
mornings in the Fellowship
Hall of Unity Church. Begin-
ners meet at 9:30 a.m. Regu-
lar meeting at 10 a.m.
Call 954-491-1915.
Parents Without Part-
ners Gold Coast Chapter
#248 sponsors a Singles
Dance every Saturday night at
9 p.m. at the Pompano Beach
Power Squadron Building.
Call 954-788-2672.
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
Most Saturdays at the Post at
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 23
Beginner Sign Language
Class is offered every Sunday
at 8:30 a.m. at St. Martin's
Episcopal Church, Pompano
Beach. Call 954-941-4843.
Sunday Bingo at the Elks
Lodge #1898,700 N.E. 10th
St., Pompano Beach. Doors
open every Sunday at 4 p.m.
and games start at 6 p.m.
Open to the public. Call 954-
725-5192.
MONDAY April 24
Water Color Painting
Classes are offered Monday
mornings from 9:30 a.m. to
noon at Wordens Arts &
Crafts. Call 954-941-0326.
AA Meeting every
Monday at 8:30 p.m. in the
sanctuary of Unity Church.
Call 954-943-3715.
Stretching/Yoga Lite is
offered every Monday from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at N.E.
Focal Point Senior Center,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
480-4446.
Food Addicts Anony-
mous meets every Monday at
7 p.m. in the chapel of Unity
Church. Call 954-943-3715.
Bereavement Support
Group meets every Monday at

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Sports Watch
Alex Alghussain, 13, takes second place in the 13-14 age group at the St. Paddy's
Day four-mile run in Pompano Beach, March 6. Alghussain, completed his run
in 31minutes 13 seconds. The annual event, sponsored by the Greater Fort
Lauderdale Road Runners Club is open to all ages to run or walk the event. [Photo
courtesy of Cox Sports Photos].




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Men's Bridge Club plays
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Beach Civic Center. Call 954-
782-7720.
Bingo games with cash
prizes, sponsored by the City
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Recreation Department, begin
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p.m. at the Mae Volen Center,
1515 W. Palmetto Park Road,
Boca Raton. Cost is $3. Join
group for dinner after the


meeting. Call 561-395-8920.
British Women's Club
meets the first Tuesday of
each month at 7:30 p.m. at
Gateway Terrace Community
Room, 1943 N.E. 6th Ct., Ft.
Lauderdale. Call 954-563-
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Intermediate Bridge
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Club. Call 954-943-1733.
Recycling and Solid
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Sports


Pompano breezes by Boyd Anderson, 16- 0
Casey Driscoll pitched a shutout over three innings and Justine Richmond powered a second inning rally
to lead the Pompano Beach High School girls softball team to a blow out win over Boyd Anderson, 16 0,
on Tuesday. Driscoll allowed only one hit and fanned eight of ten batters she faced. Richmond hit two homers
and drove in five runs. Pompano scored ten runs in the second inning to put the game out of reach.


Golden Tornadoes drop disappointing


games to Pine Crest, Cardinal Gibbons


By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
Pine Crest 8, PBHS 5
The Tornadoes fell behind
early and raced back into the
game, only to lose a heart-
breaker to Pine Crest, 8 5.
Pompano Beach High
School fell behind 4 0 in the
first inning when Pine Crest
strung together four hits and a
walk before starter Ryan
McCullen could get the third
out. The first two batters
singled and advanced on a
passed ball and one out.
Later Phil Lord rapped a
double to drive in both
runners. Lord was retired at
third on a fielder's choice, but
after Matt Kurland walked
Robbie Duncan hit another
double to drive in two run-
ners.
Pompano struggled against
Pine Crest starter, Steven
Sherrini until the fourth. Two
batters watched third strikes
in the first inning. In the
second, after Josias Genao
and Steve Boyette reached on
a single and a walk, neither
Jovan Martinez nor Kyle.


Campbell could manage to
drive in a run. Campbell's
pop up appeared to be falling
for a single but centerfielder
Lord dove to make a sensa-
tional catch to end the inning.
Odd plays worked against
Pompano Beach as well. In
the top of the third, Lord was
ruled to be hit on the hand by
a McCullen pitch. However,
he never made any motion
that his hand had been hurt
and the ball bounced off the
bat rather sharply. In the
bottom of the third, McCullen
made what appeared to be a
nice bunt down the first base
line but was ruled to have
stepped on the ball while
running to first.
Finally, Pompano Beach
scored in the fourth. Genao
singled, stole second, and
advanced to third on a wild
pitch. Boyette rapped a single
into left to score Genao. In
the fifth, McCullen drove
home Kyle Campbell with a
shot into center. Eric Kuschel
appeared to have hit another
shot to drive home McCullen,
but shortstop Robbie Duncan


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in the middle of the Tornado lineup. [Photo by Paul Proia]


dove to his right to spear
Kuschel's liner.
By then, McCullen, who
had pitched four scoreless
innings after that first inning
rally, grew tired. He was
reached for three runs in the
sixth and was pulled. Steve
Boyette couldn't stop the
bleeding giving up a singleton
run in the seventh.


Pompano Beach Head Coach George Petik (walking away, left) leaves home
plate after arguing about a supposed hit batsman in the third inning. Phil Lord
made no motion to suggest his hand had been hit by a pitch and the ball sounded
like it struck the bat. Steve Boyette, who plays shortstop and occasionally pitches
for Pompano Beach High School, has been a productive bat in the middle of the
Tornado lineup.


Next week, Pompano
Beach faces Blanche Ely High
School on Monday before
finishing the season with a
home game against Dillard on
Friday.
Cardinal Gibbons 8,
PBHS 7
A seventh inning balk
scored the winning run for
Cardinal Gibbons in a con-
tinuation of a game started
last month but stopped due to
rain. Pompano Beach High
School, who had led for much
of the contest, lost, 8 7.
Tornado starter Ryan
McCullen took his fourth loss
of the year against four wins.
After falling behind 1 0
in the first inning, Pompano
scored two runs in the bottom
of the third thanks to errors by
the Cardinal Gibbons battery.
Jovan Martinez walked, stole
second, and after TJ Ziol
reached on an error by the
Gibbons pitcher, Mike Spier,
Martinez scored on a passed
ball by Ryan Gluth. Ziol later


stole third and scored when
Spier made a second error on a
Ryan McCullen grounder.
Gibbons came back to score
three runs in the top of the
fourth, but Pompano Beach
responded with five runs in the
bottom of the fourth.
Matt Wall and Mike Perna
opened with singles off of Joe
Fuzia. After a walk and an
error plated the first run, Ryan
McCullen drove home a run
with a walk. Steve Boyette
singled to drive in a pair of runs
and Fred DeSantel finished the
scoring with a run-scoring
single.
Fuzia held Pompano
without a run for the remainder
of the game, while Cardinal
Gibbons clawed back, scoring
one in the fifth and two in the
seventh to tie the game. There,
Billy Hatcher singled and stole
second. After a sacrifice bunt,
McCullen's balk allowed
Hatcher to score with the
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Landfill
Continued from page 16
placed in the landfill. This
gas, which would otherwise
escape into the atmosphere
and add to air pollution is
captured and used. This gas is
collected by a series of wells
that are drilled into the land-
fill. The wells are intercon-
nected by a common collec-
tion system. A vacuum is
applied to collect the gas and
send it to a compression
facility. The gas is treated to
remove impurities such as
sulfur, and then the methane
gas is burned in boilers, which
power generators that create
electricity. This conversion of
landfill gas to electricity is
done primarily to protect the
environment. The sale of this
electricity to Florida Power
* and Light doesn't cover the
cost of the facility used to
make it. Nevertheless, the
power plant at the landfill
creates enough electricity to
power 9,000 homes every day.
Policing the trash
To ensure that landfill
materials are properly con-
tained both the landfill cells
and the surrounding area are
routinely tested. Waste
Management, the operating
company, and the EPA
analyze both the cell leachate
and the ground water for


contaminates.
On the edge of the landfill
is a waste incinerator called
the Wheelabrator. This
facility consists of a large
incinerator that burns waste.
The heat from this combus-
tion process is converted into
high-pressure steam used to
generate electricity, which is
sold to Florida Power and
Light. The waste that is
burned is reduced by 75
percent, to an ash residue.
This ash, which is consider-
able, is taken to the landfill
for disposal. Not all waste is
appropriate to be burned in
the incinerator.
Mulching the trash
Some cities collect yard
waste separately. These
trucks, loaded with green
matter, are taken to a special
section of the landfill. The
green matter is ground-up
into mulch and used to cover
the garbage. At the end of
each day, the garbage is
covered with about 6 inches
of this mulched matter and
dirt.
Trashing Mother
Nature
At the end of my tour, as I
was being driven down the
steep road from the top of the
landfill, I realized that I was
driving over 40 years worth
of the area's waste and
debris. This left me to
consider the reality of what


LANDFILL GAS TO ENERGY


The methane gas captured from the landfill is used
to power turbines that produce electricity for 9,000
homes every day.


humankind is doing to Mother
Earth. In spite of the environ-
mentally responsible way all
of this is now being handled,
the Creator must be looking
down from heaven with
disgust. Maybe the record-
breaking natural disasters that
have occurred over the last
few years are Nature's way of
trying to control what we are
doing to this beautiful planet.
Nevertheless, landfills are
a necessary part of life, and
they will be with us for a long
time. If we learn to rethink,
reduce, reuse and recycle,
however, we can extend their
lives and save money, energy,


precious land and natural
resources, and leave a better
legacy for our children.
Group tours of the landfill
are available from October
through March. Sometimes
individuals can be added to a
group. Call Waste Manage-
ment at 954-984-2000 for
more information.
Article information
obtained from interview with
John Albert, government
affairs, Waste Management
and from website
www.wm.com and Waste
Management Educational
brochures.


Sightings
Continued from page 17
Round Robin Tennis
every Tuesday and Thursday
at 3 p.m. at Silver Thatch
Tennis Club. Call 954-784-
9428.
Bingo every Tuesday at
St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11
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Bingo every Tuesday night
at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and non smoking room
available. Call 954-942-2448.
Support Group for the
Separated, Divorced and
Widowed meets every Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Ambrose Catholic Church,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
972-7199.
Free Epilepsy Support
Group for teenagers meets
Tuesday at 4 p.m. at The
Epilepsy Services of Broward.
Pizza and refreshments are
served. Call 954-779-1509.
Forever Young Social
Dance Group dances to tunes
provided by Disc Jockey Bill
Gilbert every Tuesday from 1
to 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4447.

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Don't waste low humidity days! It's planting time


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Ooh! That
Smell!
By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
We have been blessed
with one of the best springs
that I can remember. This


past week has been espe-
cially lovely; warm but not
hot during the days and cool
but not cold during the
nights; in short, perfect!
We have had a full six
months of near perfect
weather, and I dare any other
place in the continental US
to even come close.
So, as our low humidity
days are numbered, get
outside and plant, plant,
plant; and then you can
watch everything grow this
summer when it's a natural
greenhouse out there.
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the hauntingly sweet smell
of my Simpson's Stoppers in
full bloom. Do you have
one of these quite perfect


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They will only get to
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narrow grower, columnar is
the correct description, so
they can be placed near a
house, but never closer than
4 feet from the foundation;
that goes for any plant.
They are also good for
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past hurricanes.
Bear in mind that the
smaller trees are still stand-
ing for the most part. "Stop-
pers", there are Simpson's,
White, Spanish, Red and


Red Berry, I think are some
of the best choices. They
will never overwhelm you in
size or maintenance, as they
seldom need pruning, and
will never get so big that you
need help.
Add to that the fact that
they are beautiful; the
Simpson's is my favorite
because it has very beautiful
bark, much like Crape
Myrtle, peely and mottled,
also it has the prettiest show
of white puffball flowers
that are extremely fragrant.
It is adaptable to sun or
shade, wet or dry and grows
rather quickly. If all those
attributes weren't enough, it
also forms attractive dry, not
messy, fruits that are rel-


ished by birds.
Every garden needs a
Stopper or two, or three..
Plant one today and sleep
without worry; soon you will
wake to their glorious smell.
Readers may contact Donna
at donnasgardengate.com or
call 954-783-GATE.
The Garden Gate is located
in the Sears store at Citi Centre
on Copans Road and U.S. Fed-
eral Highway I.

Recycling Fact:

* Every ton of paper made from
recycled materials saves 17
trees; 6,953 gallons of water;
463 gallons of oil, 587 pounds
of air pollution; 3.06 cubic
yards of landfill space and
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Simplify your summer
with easy, nutritious,
kid-friendly meals.

Family vacations, swimming, soccer,
reunions, little league cookouts and
other summer breaks leave little time to
relax. Adding to the summer stress is the
challenge of finding the time to cook a
nutritious family meal your kids will
actually eat. By starting with healthy,
versatile ingredients, you can make
wholesome, kid-friendly meals easy.
For example, U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish
can be ready to eat in as little as 10
minutes, which makes it the ideal meal
solution for families with busy summer
schedules. Tacos or kabobs prepared
with grilled catfish are an excellent
source of protein and are low in calories
and saturated fat. U.S. Farm-Raised
Catfish has a mild taste, so even kids
who usually turn up their noses at fish
will enjoy its subtle flavors.
For the healthiest option, pair U.S.
Farm-Raised Catfish with heart-healthy
canola oil. Canola oil offers the best
source of omega-3 fatty acids of any
leading vegetable oil and using it in a
marinade can help your family avoid
unnecessary saturated fats. The light
flavoring of canola oil makes it
extremely versatile. It is perfect for
salad dressings, stir-fry or in any recipe
that calls for cooking oil.
Quick-and-easy recipes with canola oil
and U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish make
summer meals simple and nutritious. For
more family-pleasing meal ideas, visit
www.catfishinstitute.com and
www.canolainfo.org.

Grilled Catfish Kabobs
1/2 cup orange juice
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup canola oil
Salt and pepper to taste
I small sweet potato, peeled and cut
into 1-inch chunks
2 portabella mushrooms, cut into
1-inch chunks

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1 green pepper, cut into chunks
1 red pepper, cut into chunks
1 1/2 pounds U.S. Farm-Raised
Catfish fillets, cut into pieces
Additional vegetables, optional
In disposable plastic bag, mix together
orange juice, honey, canola oil, salt and
pepper. Add sweet potatoes, mushrooms,
onions, peppers and catfish. Marinate 30
minutes in refrigerator. Stir occasion-
ally.
Skewer marinated ingredients on metal
skewers. Discard any leftover marinade.
Grill 15 to 20 minutes or until
vegetables are tender when pierced with
skewer and catfish is opaque. Makes 3 to
4 servings

Grilled Catfish Tacos
With Citrus Slaw
Catfish
1 tablespoon mild or hot chili powder
1/4 cup canola oil
2 tablespoons fresh lemon or lime juice
4 U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish fillets
Citrus Slaw
2 cups prepared coleslaw mix
1 cup orange sections, diced
1 cup thinly sliced red bell pepper
1/2 cup vertically sliced red onion
1/2 cup vinegar
1/4 cup canola oil
3 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper


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Mon.-Thurs. Expires 4/29/05 954-946-8323


Tacos
4 flour tortillas for soft tacos (10-inch)
Lemon and/or lime wedges
Cilantro leaves (optional)
Preheat grill. Combine chili powder,
canola oil and lemon or lime juice in
dish. Add fillets and marinate for 20
minutes. Brush marinade over both sides
of fillets. Arrange in wire grilling basket
coated with canola oil cooking spray.
Place grilling basket on grill rack. Grill
6 to 8 minutes on each side or until
catfish flakes easily when tested with a
fork.
To prepare coleslaw, combine coleslaw
mix, oranges, red bell pepper and red
onion in bowl. In small bowl, whisk
together vinegar, canola oil, sugar, salt
and pepper. Pour over slaw mixture,
tossing gently. Cover and chill.
To serve, place I fillet on tortilla and
top with 3/4 cup Citrus Slaw. Squeeze
lemon and/or lime over slaw. Garnish
with cilantro, if desired. Makes 4
servings

Fish Sticks in a Flash
1/2 cup cornmeal
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
3/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup canola oil
I pound U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish
fillets, cut into I-inch-thick strips
Preheat oven to 475F. Lightly oil or coat a
large baking sheet with canola oil cooking

Continued on page 22


Friday, April 22
Dick Easter And Tin House
Saturday, April23
Evan Goodrow Band
Sunday, April24
Evan Goodrow Band Swing Blues
Monday, April 2S
George Caldwell & Darrell Rains
Tuesday, April 26
Ernie Southern Solo
Wednesday, April27
The Bobby Nathan Band
Thursday, April 28
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McNAB GRILLE
360 East McNab Road, Pompano Beach
(on McNab between Federal and Cypress Rd.)
954-785-1920
f FORMERLY FRENCH PLACE
Sow featuring American Cuisine
with Continental Influence
Open Daily for
Lunch and Dinner
Weekend Brunch
LUNCH..............$3.95 $8.95
DINNER .11.95 $19.95
BRUNCH BUFFET...$7.95

SUNSET DINNERS
& DAILY SPECIALS

DINNER FOR TWO
with a Bottle of Wine


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13 TVs

DINE IN or TAKE OUT
* National Rated CHICKEN WINGS
* Award Winning "PEEZA,
* Daily Blue Plate Specials


954-786-0033
868 S. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach


spray and set aside. Combine cornmeal,
cheese, garlic powder and salt in a
medium bowl. Mix well. Place canola
oil in small bowl. Lightly coat each
piece of fish in canola oil and then roll
in breading until well coated. Arrange
fish on prepared baking sheet and bake
until golden brown, 12 to 15 minutes.
Serve with Remoulade or Honeybee's
Dipping Sauce (recipes follow). Makes
4 servings
Remoulade Dipping Sauce
2 tablespoons lemon juice
3/4 cup canola oil
1/4 cup chopped green onion
1/4 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped celery
1 teaspoon prepared horseradish
1 tablespoon Creole or whole grain
mustard
1 tablespoon prepared yellow
mustard
I tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Place all ingredients in food processor
and process 30 seconds. Use immedi-
ately or refrigerate up to 3 to 5 days in
an airtight container. Makes 1 cup
Honeybee's Dipping Sauce
1/2 cup canola oil
1/4 cup honey
I tablespoon Dijon mustard
I tablespoon lemon juice
Place ingredients in bowl and whisk
until smooth. Use immediately or
refrigerate up to 3 to 5 days in an
airtight container. Makes 1/2 cup
Tips for a Traditional Taste
Canola oil is the healthiest option for
achieving the traditional fried taste of
catfish.
Use heart-healthy canola oil and your
catfish will fry up light and crispy to
give you maximum satisfaction from
your occasional fried treat.
Eliminate deep-frying disappointment ...
-Maintain a frying temperature of
375F. If the oil is too hot, the coating
will burn from the direct heat of the oil
before the food cooks.
-Preheating the oil to a temperature
15F higher than its optimal deep-frying
temperature allows the oil to be at its
ideal temperature when cold catfish is
added.
-Do not add salt to catfish before deep-
frying as it draws moisture to the food's
surface, which will splatter when the
catfish is added to the hot oil. Salt also
lowers the smoke point.


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restaurant
today.


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Forever Young Social
Dance Group dances to tunes
provided by Disc Jockey Bill
Gilbert every Tuesday from 1
to 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4447.
"Massages And Exercise
Training" by Joe Aliotta,
Licensed Massage Therapist,
is offered every Tuesday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at N.E.
Focal Point Senior Center,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
480-4446 for appointment.
Pompano Beach Light-
house Rotary meets Tues-
days at 7:30 a.m. at Ronnie
B's Taste of the 50's Restau-
rant. Call 954-972-7178.
A Free "Writers Work-
shop" is held at 10 a.m. on
* Tuesday at the Lighthouse
Point Library. The workshop
is open to those interested in
publication. Call 954-427-
1991.
WEDNESDAY April 26
The Business Forum, a
networking organization,
meets each Wednesday,
except for the first Wednes-
day, of every month at 7:30
a.m. at the Palms Dining
Room, Palm-Aire Country -
Club. Qualified local busi-
ness owners are invited
breakfast and interesting
speaker. Call 954-275-7067.
Low Impact Aerobic
Fitness Class is offered every
Wednesday and Friday from
11 a.m. to noon at First
Baptist Church Pompano
Beach. Call 954-745-6106 for
more information.
The Notables Big Band
rehearses every Wednesday
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the
N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach.
Senior dancers and seniors
who enjoy live music are
welcome. Call 954-480-4447.
Shadows and Light
Alanon a support group for
families affected by alcohol-
ism meets on Wednesdays at
7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of


Unity Church of Pompano
Beach. Call 954-943-3715.
Pompano Beach Jaycees
meet the first and third
Wednesday of the month at
7:30 p.m. at The Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce. Call 954-788-
5562.
Beginner and Review
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.
THURSDAY April 21
"Health Screening" by
Jamie Weaver, Health Service
Coordinator for Lifeline will
be Apr. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to
4:340 p.m. at N. E. Focal
Point Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4446.
Tai Chi is offered every
Thursday from noon to 1 p.m.
at N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4446.
UPCOMING
First Christian Church
will host a "Surf's Up",
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
Professionals", 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.
"Incontinence" will be
presented by Tracy
Sempowich, Suncoast Phar-
macy on Apr. 26 at noon at
N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4446.


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$50,000 FREE CASH
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Loans by phone. Up to $1000
in 24hrs. No Credit Check! Bank
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For Sale

SPA. Must Sell. 7 Person
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Payments Under $100 per
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service, class A CDL required.
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available. Work in an industry
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BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL
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NC MOUNTAINS. Homes,
Cabins, Acreage & Investments.
Cherokee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate, Murphy
www.cherokeemountainrealty.com
Call for Free Brochure (800)841 -
5868.
NC MOUNTAINS- Panoramic
views and mountain streams in
high elevation between Boone
and Asheville. Tracts range 1-5
acres with access and utilities
from $49,900. (800)455-1981,
x.148.
VIEWS VIEWS VIEWS Helena
Montana 4.7 Acres $79,990.
Ride out your backdoor to
millions of acres of national
forest! Awesome lake &
mountain views, close to
Canyon Ferry Lake, minutes to
Helena. Soils tested, utilities,
ready to build on. Call owner
(406)581-2125.
Pelican
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for You. 20
words for $9.
MIGHTY TENNESSEE
Riverview "Bluff" Home. North
Alabama. $254,000. Lake
Guntersville 69,100 Acre Lake
"Waterfront" Home. Place for
Boathouse. North Alabama.
$325,000. Debbie Mathis
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1299.
"MAKE THIS SUMMER THE
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www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.
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between Ashville, NC and
Greenville, SC. A sanctioned
Golf Digest Teaching Facility,
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x 8 6 3
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COASTAL GEORGIA- Water
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kayaking & canoeing.
Preconstruction discounts,
limited time. From mid-70's.
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PROPERTY 3+ AC of
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$345/ mo! Ready to build in
gated community w/ many
amenities. Near St. Simon's and
Jacksonville. Call now!
(877)426-2326. ext 895
*Monthly payments of $344.57
based on $79,900 w/10% down.
Interest- only pmnt. w/5.75%
fixed rate for 2 yrs. Converts to
a 15- yr variable loan. Rates
subject to change w/out notice.
Void where prohibited.


LAKEFRONT BARGAINS
Starting at $89,900. Gorgeous
lakefront parcels. Gently
sloping, pristine shoreline,
spectacular views. Across from
national forest on 35,000 acre
recreational lake in East Tenn.
Paved roads, underground
utilities, central water, sewer,
Excellent financing. Call now
(800)704-3145 ext 617, Sunset
Bay, LLC.
Prime Texas Hill Country 25-
30 ACRE RANCH
PROPERTIES. Huge oaks,
views- great horse property.
Amenities include guest
houses, pool, tennis court, barn,
riding arena, more. Excellent
location near Austin & Sao
Antonio. From $219k.
Tremendous opp'ty, call now
(866)937-2624, x113.


Steel Buildings

STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory
Deals Save $$$. 40 x 60' to
100 x 200'. Example: 50 x100 x
12=$3.60/sqft. (800)658-2885
www.rigidbuilding.com.


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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.
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a House full
Good Furniture, An-
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Toys, Tools, Misc.
Call Marty 954-695-
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Lighthouse Point. Potential
discounton insurance. 954-610-
0446. *4/15


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a House full
Good Furniture, An-
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Toys, Tools, Misc.
Call Marty 954-695-
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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. 4/22


RENTALS
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. 4/22
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


DOCK FOR RENT
POMPANO Deep Water. 15
Minutes To Inlet. Boat Up To 50
OFeet. Water/Electric Included.
Private Entrance, Parking.
Available Now. Call 954-234-
7163


ROOM FOR RENT


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20 words for $9.


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


SERVICES
MAN WITH A VAN -WILL
TRAVEL. Retired reliable and
available for light errands,
moving, etc. 954-788-5583.
RELIABLE DRIVER. Will drive
you to airports, seaports.
Errands and Appointments.
Call 954-429-2780 or 954-295-
4531.
TOO MANY REMOTES?
HOME AUTOMATION OUTOF
CONTROL? GET UNDER
CONTROL!! Call Joe at 954-
428-3250
M & K MIRRORS AND MORE
- Professional Installation.
Custom Mirror And Shower
Enclosure Specialist. Also
RepairAnd 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.
RELIABLE DRIVER- Available
five afternoons. Light
housekeeping. 954-781-1162.
Leave message.


HELP WANTED
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 or 954-545-
9800.
BEAUTY SALON Beauty
Revitalize Salon and Spa. Full
Service. Hair Stylist, Nail Tech
and Barber. Rent chair orwork
by commission, Call 954- 972-
8834.


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BOAT DETAILER FULL TIME
Needed Immediately: 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Mon. Fri.. Possibly
Weekends. Apply at 800S. Fed.
Hwy., Pompano Beach or call
954 784-9001
LOOKING FOR COUPLEto 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.
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
Train. 954-683-9747.
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
Blonde, Blue-eyed. Happy/
Healthy Gypsy. Looking to travel
to fun and exciting interesting
places. PO Box 668544,
Pompano Beach 33066.
LOVE TO DANCE TO MUSIC
OF THE 40s. Lady would like
partner of same era. 954-876-
0323.


FINANCIAL
IF YOU SOLD YOUR
PROPERTY and are receiving
payments on a mortgage, I will
buy that mortgage for cash!.
Call Mr. S. 954-817-8924.


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/
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EMPLOYMENT
WANTED
AIDE/COMPANION Honest
Reliable Woman Seeks Job To
Care For Your Loved One. Lots
of TLC. Drives. Call 954-985-
0587 or 954-793-0715 5/04/


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
SMALL INVESTMENT, SELF-
EMPLOY Opportunity. Good
Quality Beauty Shop Equipment
and Supplies for one person.
Call 954-943-2643.


FOR SALE
SINGLE HUNG White
Window. Grey Impact Glass.
19 1/8 x 26. $200 OBO. Leave
Message. 954-943-7564. 4/22
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.


TRUCKS FOR
SALE
1984 Ford Scissor Dump 3208
CAT Motor e-speed. 18 yard
Box.Runs Great $8,000 OBO
954-448-2123. 4/28


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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 provid-
ing scholarships and supports
local and state charities. Call
954-946-6852.
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tors Toastmasters meet
every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in
the auditorium of the Pom-
pano Beach Library. Call 954-
781-9474.
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at the John Knox Village
Community Center. Call 954-
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The Business Ex-
change, a networking
group, meets at 8 a. m. on
the first and third Tuesday
of each month at Brother's
Restaurant. Call 954-977-
4878.
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.


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Retired Federal Employee
Pompano Beach Chapter 558
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employees or near future retirees
living in the Pompano Beach
area to join NARFE on the
fourth Wednesday of each month
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Club meets every Monday at
6:30 p.m. at The Flaming Pit.
Call 954-646-3999
Men's Monthly Break-
fast Last Saturday of every
month at 9 a.m. at the First
Church of the Nazarene, 916
NE 4 St., Pompano Beach.
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Hope to see you there.
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WANTED
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Center has a need of volun-
teers for wheel chair assis-
tance and other volunteer
positions. Call 954-776-6000
Ext. 4430.
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