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0-6 129, 2005 Pompano Beach e Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea


Creative Affairs does more
than cater the affair. See page 8

Volume XII, Issue 66


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Gordon named to

Hospital board

Dan Gordon, 54, a Lighthouse
Point resident, was sworn in as a
North Broward Hospital
District Commissioner
last Wednesday. The
volunteer board, ap-
pointed by the governor
and confirmed by the
state senate, oversees
the 30 installations of
hospitals and clinics in GORDON
North Broward. The
board also hires all physicians and
hospital administrators.
Gordon, an insurance agent with
Bateman, Gordon and Sands Insur-
ance Company, looks forward to his
work over the next four years.
"I'm excited about being involved
in public policy regarding an impor-
tant part of this community. Health
care is becoming more and more of a
consideration. Public funding requires
this citizen board'overview to make
sure we're making the best use of
public funding to provide excellent
health care."
Gordon is married to Lighthouse
Point Commissioner Susie Gordon.


Correction and
clarification
In the WCI article from April 22,
The Pelican was notified of two errors.
First, Paul Drummond, in
discussing parking available on Parcel
B, said that parking was not specifi-
cally going to be free for those using
the beach. Drummond wrote to The
Pelican, saying, "We have provided
more than 160 spaces on Parcel "B"
for public parking associated with the
retail and restaurants. To term it free is
inappropriate as I am sure it will be
"free" once they park, and then have
their card validated at the restaurant,
or retail establishment."
Also, Commissioner Kay
McGinn wished to clarify that her
concern with density was not with
SParcel C, but rather with Parcel B.
McGinn said that she was to blame for
the misrepresentation because she did
not use the parcel names but rather
described the parcel that was closest to
the marina. McGinn told The Pelican
that since very little is known about
the contents of Parcel C, she really
referred to the parcel west of River-
side Drive and that one is Parcel B.
We regret the errors.


Landmark church to celebrate 90 years

i 1915-style service


set for Sunday


First Baptist Church of Pompano will celebrate 90 years of its history this Sunday. [Photo
by Erica Diermeier]


Pompano tries to tighten

adult business codes

Mayor Rayson and Commissioner Larkins

concerned code change might not stand in court


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
If a new ordinance passes upon
second reading on May 10, the lap
dance will be a dance of the past in
Pompano Beach.
Pompano Beach City Commission-
ers voted 4 2 in favor of creating a
new ordinance that would require a
six-foot distance between a perform-
ing entertainer and patrons of an
establishment that either provides
adult entertainment or serves alcoholic
beverages.
The ordinance is an attempt to
reduce the spread of sexually transmit-
ted diseases [STD] and prevent
criminal activities that allegedly stem
from erotic performances.
Vice Mayor Susan Foster, and


Commissioners Kay McGinn, Lamar
Fisher, and George Brummer voted
for the ordinance. Brummer, how-
ever, said that his vote in favor of the
ordinance was not representative of
how he would vote at the second
reading.
He wants to allow time for city
staff and those both in support or
against the ordinance extra time to
provide appropriate documentation.
Voting against the ordinance were
Mayor John Rayson and Commis-
sioner E. Pat Larkins.
Richard Fee, assistant city attorney
for the city of Tampa, Fla., was the
primary speaker in favor of the
ordinance. Fee provided the city with

Continued on page 7


By Erica Diermeier
PELICAN WRITER
"In 1915, Woodrow Wilson was
president of the United States. The
cost of a first class stamp was 20, and
the Boston Red Sox defeated the
Philadelphia Phillies in the World
Series. Also, in 1915, Broward County
was formed from portions of Dade and
Palm Beach Counties. The first sheriff
of Broward County was a Pompano
resident local business man, A.W.
Turner, and of course, First Baptist
Church of Pompano was born."
So writes Penny Keiter in The
Harvest Plentiful, a publication
celebrating its 90-year success story
of the First Baptist Church of Pom-
pano, now located at 138 NE First
Street.
Keiter, a member of First Baptist,
says on Sunday, May 1, more than
1,000 people are expected to join the
celebration. "The service will be in the

Continued on page 9


LBTS

volunteer fire

fighters begin

workshops to

discuss future

suppression

takeover

Detractors cite obstacles

By Fernanda Medici
PELICAN WRITER
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea [LBTS]
Volunteers fire fighters continue to
work on plans to become the Town's
sole fire suppressant organization.
"Volunteer fire fighters have saved
millions of dollars throughout the
United States," says Volunteer Fire
Chief Ian MacLean, explaining that 81

Continued on page 3


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occurred in the 300 block of 1-95 at approximately this month. The
driver of a car was trapped after the vehicle was dragged over 200
yards, upside down, under a tractor-trailor. Firefighters had to use
hydraulic rescue tools to remove the doors of the car to gain access to
the patient. The driver of the car was transported to the trauma center
at North Broward Medical Center. The driver of the tractor-trailor
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April 1- Pompano Beach-
The Broward Sheriff's Office
is looking for information on
two suspects who stole more
than $12,500 from Delta
Recycling, 1951 Powerline
Road. At about 1 a.m., the
two unidentified males broke
into the trailer and tore off a
safe that was bolted to the
floor carrying it with them
through the broken window.
The district manager of the
store only noticed the theft at
7 a.m. A reward of up to
$1,000 is offered for any
information on this crime.
Call Crime Stoppers at 954-
493-TIPS.
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24,401 Briny Avenue, was
arrested and charged with
possession of cocaine, posses-
sion of marijuana, selling and
manufacturing narcotics with
intent to sell, possession of
drug paraphernalia and DUI.
Waldecker was driving on
North Federal Highway when
a BSO DUI Taskforce deputy
noticed a driver straddling a
divider line and demonstrating
other driving problems. The
deputy signaled the 2005 \
Chevy S10 to pull over. The
deputy "detected alcohol on
the suspect's breath and
noticed his speech was slurred
and eyes were watery."
After Waldecker failed the
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paraphernalia, and $2,800 in
cash.
Waldecker is being held at
BSO's Main Jail on a $3,600
bond
* *
April 15- Lauderdale-by-
the-Sea- A man was charged
with firearms violation after
shooting his car, a 1994
Chrysler LeBaron LX. On a
Friday afternoon, 64-year old
John McGivney walked out of
his home at Bougainvilla Isles
Apartments with a loaded
.380 caliber, semi-automatic
pistol in his hand. McGivney
walked across the parking lot
where his car was and shot it
five times. When the property
manager asked what he was
doing, he said, "I'm putting
my car out of its misery."
McGivney was arrested and
released on bond the follow-
ing day.
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April 19 Pompano
Beach The driver of a stolen
car died, and a teenage girl
was hospitalized after the car
crashed into a tree. Cory A.
Ortiz, 24, who had previously
been charged with aggravated
battery, probation violation,
theft, and burglary, was
pronounced dead at 5:27 a.m.
Passenger Shantel L.
McNair,17, suffered multiple
injuries. Ortiz was driving a

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white 1990 Buick Skylark
southbound on NW 30th
Ave. when he apparently lost
control of the car. The car
spun on the road hitting a tree
on the passenger's side.
Neither driver nor passenger
was wearing a seat belt. They
were both taken to North
Broward Medical Center.
The Buick had been reported
stolen out of Pompano Beach
on Sunday, April 17. Bro-
ward Sheriff's Office detec-
tives are continuing with
their investigation.
0
April 20 Pompano
Beach BSO detectives have
arrested Scot Luft, 44, who is
suspected of sexually molest-
ing a 13-year-old female. The
child told her teacher, who
contacted BSO. Later she
gave a complete description
of how she had been fondled
by Luft. Luft was arrested
last Wednesday and is being
held on charges of sexual
battery. Luft is a newspaper
editor, youth football coach ,
Boy Scout leaders and a
Bible School director.
Investigators believe there
could be additional victims.
Anyone knowing of a child
who may have had inappro-
priate contact with Scot Luft
is asked to call Detective
Yvette Marquez-Perkins at
954-321-4240.
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April 26- Pompano Beach
- A 14-year old Pompano Beach
boy who made bomb threats
against Crystal Lake Middle
School, 3551 NE 3 Ave., was
arrested and now faces a felony
criminal charge.
At about 10:30 a.m., the
student used a borrowed cell
phone to call the school and 9-
1-1. During both calls,he
claimed that the school would
blow up later in the afternoon.
Broward Sheriff s Office depu-
ties and school employees
searched around the school for
any suspicious items and found
none.
BSO investigators inter-
viewed a number of students
who implicated the student as
the one who called-in the
threats. During an interview,
the student admitted to making
the calls. He said he did it as a
joke.
The Broward Sheriffs Of-
fice Bomb Squad responded to
60 bogus bomb threats last year,
and, since the end of March
2005, the squad been called
out to investigate 17 fake bomb
threats.
Making a false bomb report
is a second-degree felony, pun-
ishable by up to 15 years in
prison.


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Recently the town passed a
new fire safety assessment,
requiring all residents to pay
$260 annually.
MacLean recalls those
early days
"In 1961, if you wanted to
be a volunteer fireman, we
said, 'Welcome aboard.
There's the hose.'" MacLean
explained that in the late 70's,


Florida statutes required all
fire fighters to wear protective
clothing and be certified.
"If they are not certified,
they can still get on the truck,
but they are limited to what
they can do," MacLean adds.
Medical training
But LBTS volunteers have

Continued on page 5


The original Lauderdale-By-The-Sea consisted of 18 men. [Photo courtesy of
LBTS Fire Dept.]


Fire
Continued from page 1

percent of fire departments in
the U.S. are volunteers.
In 1961, the LBTS Volun-
teer Fire Department had 18
men. At that time, the popula-
tion was 1,326 year-round
residents. During the season,
the population rose to 5,000.
In 2001, the town annexed
an unincorporated area north
of the town limits. And for the


first time, the volunteer fire
department was faced with
protecting high rise buildings.
This forced the town to
contract with Broward County
for fire protection.
That created a dual fire
program. Residents in the
original town continued to
pay $92 annually for fire
protection. The newly an-
nexed residents, who wanted
to keep Broward County,
agreed $522 annually for the
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Tornadoes touch down at Citgo Gas Station to wash cars and

cover the cost of football camp for team members


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
The Tornadoes are proud
to be a football team with
brains as well as muscle.
Every one of the 45 football
team members at Pompano
Beach High School [PBHS]
as a student athlete who must
maintain a 2.5 average in
order to play on the team.
"Many of our boys qualify for
academic as well as football
scholarships," Mary Alice
Blair, a volunteer mom, says
with pride.
Coach Vincent Stephens
nods in agreement and adds,
"Our goal is every child on
the team to college."
On Saturday morning,
April 16, team members
showed up in shifts to wash
cars and earn money to pay
for football camps. Stephens
says, "We've gone to Auburn,
University of Florida, Georgia
Tech, Florida State, Univer-
sity of Southern Florida and
the University of Miami.
These kids get to improve
their skills and get training at
the college level. Equally
important is the fact that they
Sget to be seen by recruiters.
Right now, eight of our boys
are attending a Juniors' camp
at the University of Miami.
They are there to be viewed,


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to run and get a lot of exer-
cise."
He continues to praise his
talented team. "These are
disciplined boys who love the
game. They have fun and
they're all motivated to do
well academically and earn a
football scholarship."
Michael Stanwyck,16, has
attended 10 to 15 camps and
plays offensive line. He says,
"We learn a lot of techniques
and discipline at camp. I
hope to get a football scholar-
ship. I've had a lot of offers,
but I'm looking at a lower to
mid-division 1A school. I'd
like to be a pro player and
later, a coach. I've been
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grade. I also play baseball and
soccer, but football is my
main game."
On May 7, two team
members, Marvin Lewis and
Verlin Moore will be trying
out for the U.S. Army Foot-
ball game. "These are talented


boys who are wanted by a lot
of colleges," Stephens says.
Stephens travels with the
campers in a rented van. The
next camp on the schedule is
Team Passing Camp in
Auburn on June 9 and 10.
After Auburn, Stephens and


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dedicated mother who helps
at every car wash and also
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other limitations. None of
them has EMS or paramedic
training. Taking over fire
suppression would still
require the town to contract
for EMS and paramedic
services.
Don King, Broward
County battalion chief for
LBTS calls that the biggest
obstacle. King explained that
Broward County always sends
an EMS person on every call.
"We do it for two reasons:
the potential of there being an
injured person at the fire
already, or the potential of a
fire fighter being injured,"
said King, who adds that 80
percent of the calls received
are EMS related. "Because
the volunteers are unwilling to
train for EMS and paramedic
training, they will never be
completely independent."
Maintaining volunteers
But medical training isn't
the only obstacle the volun-
teers face. As the town grows
and property values increase,
fewer potential volunteers can
afford to live near the fire
station.
"If I pay a million dollars
for a house, I don't volun-
teer," said Frank Buchert, fire
administrator of LBTS.
"LBTS is a very small geo-
graphic area."
MacLean agrees that it is
harder to find local volunteers,
but using the model similar to
the City of Plantation, that
obstacle can be overcome.
While MacLean says they
have nearly 55 volunteers, not
all of them live in town. One
volunteer travels all the way
from Coral Springs.
Last week, the volunteers,
Broward County, and town
commissioners held a work-
shop to discuss how the
volunteers could take over fire
suppression.
"The Plantation model is
first class because they are
there all the time," said
Buchert.
Buchert and MacLean
agreed that the amenities in
the Plantation fire station
make a difference in keeping
fire fighters on call. At their
station fire fighters can wash
their cars, or watch a football
game on a high definition TV.
MacLean admits that "high
definition television" sounds
. silly, but creating a station
that could accommodate
volunteers on a "shift" basis
would guarantee that enough
people would be available to
attend calls within the defined
time limit of six minutes for a
first response.
Buchert explained that this
becomes essential to LBTS
because of their low volume


of calls. The station has to
attract volunteers who can
spend time at the station.
MacLean says the volunteer
fire station can barely house
its equipment much less an
average of a dozen volunteers
per shift.
Money issues
"Plantation is more aware
of the financial needs to
support a volunteer fire
department. We want to make
our town aware of its commit-
ment," MacLean said, refer-
ring not only to financial
support, but also time, re-
search, and education.
Another financial issue
facing LBTS is a contract that
it has with Broward County.
Broward County gave LBTS
$1.5 million to build a fire
station when they signed the
contract in 2000, but they had
to promise to keep using
Broward County's services
for 30 years. If LBTS breaks
the contract, the town will
have pay back county [less
$50,000 for every year
Broward's contract is hon-
ored]..
Buchert explained that
besides losing this money, the
town would have to pay about
$2.5 million for a second floor
on the present fire station for
needed space. He also said
that the volunteers need a
ladder truck, which costs
between $750,000 and
$850,000 plus about $100,000
to equip it.
"I am not sure that is going
to be the most economical and
effective way to go," King said.
"Right now, the combined
program in my mind is prob-
ably the most [cost] effective
way to work"
But MacLean argues that
the only reason the volunteers
want to take over fire suppres-
sion "to save money for the
citizens."


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Reader watches jet skis


pollute ocean

To the Editor,

Within a mile stretch on the beach at SE 12th Street and going south,
there are more than 20 Jet-Skis that are launched daily by two timeshare/
hotels.
The Jet-Skis go back and forth along the beach for most of the day.
When sitting on the beach, the smell of gasoline on the wind is obnoxious.
Since there are usually six to eight Jet-Skis moving back and forth at any
given moment, the noise is disturbing and constantly drowns out the natural
sounds of the ocean.
A new addition is a Jet-Ski that tows a rubber raft at high speeds carrying
up to five screaming people. Worst of all, for swimmers and bathers, the
taste of gasoline is present and swimmers can actually feel in on their skin.
Because, Jet-Skis emit raw gasoline into the water, they will, in time, kill
fish and destroy the coral reef that is less than a quarter-mile out.
The timeshares and hotels on Pompano Beach that rent these Jet-Skis
dlaim they are "protected by a grandfather clause so there's nothing you
can do about them." That grandfatheringg" is producing many offspring.
There are almost twice as many Jet-Skis today at each time-share/hotel as
there were five years ago. Does grandfatheringg" mean expansion and
perpetuity?
Beach authorities have placed buoys in the ocean along the beach. They
are entirely too close to the beach. Jet-Skis are supposed to stay on the far
side of the buoys, but often they ride on the beach side, as they do tricks by
encircling the buoys. At the very least, these buoys should be much farther
out in the ocean.
Recently, another unpleasant aspect has been added to the destructive and
noisy panorama. Para-sail boats now come in close to the beach and time-
share/hotel guests are transported out to the boats via an inflatable raft with a
motor. The boats waiting for customers idle their engines for as much as 15
to 20 minutes at a time which contributes more odor, noise and water pollu-
tion.
For the few hotel guests that are getting a thrill of bouncing over the
waves in a Jet-Ski or Para-sailing, we are throwing away our most precious
asset in Pompano Beach our beautiful ocean.
What can be done before it's too late?

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citizens, says reader


Dear Editor,

If a man is only as good as his word, is a city only as good as its
word also?
It may seem like a small matter to deprive waterfront homeowners
of their privacy because all residents of Pompano Beach "deserve a
view of the water," but this is what the city is trying to do. They are
trying to revoke all variances and the promise of privacy, guaranteed
by the Code Enforcement Board in 1990, to all residents on NE 26th
Avenue, also known as Harbor Drive.
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If the residents of Pompano Beach deserve a view of the water,
they must be enjoying the unobstructed view of the beautiful Atlan-
tic Ocean while driving down Ocean Boulevard.

Name Withheld by request


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evidence that showed how
other municipalities and
counties in Florida had
enacted similar legislation. He
also presented case law that
showed how various judicial
decisions supported these
ordinances at county, civil,
and appellate courts.
"Distance doesn't have
adverse affects of first amend-
ment rights," said Fee. "Lap
dances are considered lewd
and not considered free
speech."
Broward County requires a
four foot separation between a
performer and a patron.
Claiming that the purpose
of the ordinances was to
protect entertainers and
patrons from disease expo-
sure, Fee also said that the
ordinances would "reduce
criminal conduct in these
places [adult entertainment
locations]."
Luke Larot, a Tampa area
attorney representing four
area businesses, including
Cheetah 3, Body Shop,
Diamond Dolls, and the
Booby Trap, came out against
the ordinance saying, that


problems addressed in the
ordinance didn't apply to
licensed adult entertainment
enterprises. Commissioners
had been given copies of
undercover police reports
showing criminal behavior
such as drug use, prostitution,
and distributing liquor with-
out a license that was being
monitored at The Forum in
January 2004.
"The people operating at
the Forum had specific
problems and you shut it
down," said Larot. "If our
businesses are causing
problems, you can shut us
down, too. But we're not the
problem. It's not the licensed
businesses but the unlicensed
businesses that are flying
under the radar."
Larry Smith, representing
Cheetah 3 used statistics
provided by those in support
of the ordinance as proof that
his client did not pose a
problem for the city. In 2004,
there were 58 police calls to
Cheetah 3. "One call a
week," said Smith. "And it
doesn't say what types of
calls they were. Furthermore,
there are no statistics that
prove adult oriented busi-
nesses are linked to the spread
of disease." Smith added that


the city shouldn't add addi-
tional regulation to licensed
businesses that were follow-
ing the existing laws because
unlicensed businesses were
not.
Mayor Rayson expressed
concerns with passing "popu-
lar ordinances ... I was
hoping that the city would
become less involved in
litigation," said Rayson.
"Passing popular ordinances,
you run the risk of having
ordinances challenged suc-
cessfully." Rayson added, "If
this is passed and STD rates
drop, then great. I don't think
it will happen."
Commissioner McGinn
called it" ... a worthy
ordinance whose time has
come." She added, "If other
cities have it, it's time to
bring it here."
Commissioner Fisher
agreed with McGinn, saying,
"The time has come when we
need to regulate this stuff."
Commissioner Larkins
said that the pastor of his
church has to pass three adult
entertainment businesses
between his home and church
on Sunday. "Can't we hide
these places," asked Larkins.
"If a guy has a Winnebago,


we make him shield it from
the public, but we never do
that to places like this."


Despite his comments,
Larkins voted against the
ordinance.


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ZBA turns down

request for 55'
building on Briny
Avenue

The Pompano Beach Zoning Board
of Appeals voted unanimously to deny
a variance for Mystic Development,
Inc. to build townhouses on the
beachside of Briny Avenue that would
be 55' in height.
The board claimed the request did
not meet any of the four criteria that
would give the them a reason to grant
a variance.
Dick Coker, representing Mystic
Development, said that the develop-
ment group wanted a variance from
the existing 35-foot height limit for
two reasons. First, FEMA requires
that no beachfront building can have
any living area on the first floor.
Also, the architects had designed roof
top structures to help hide the tops of
elevator shafts.
"This is a clear enhancement to the
neighborhood," argued Coker. "Each
townhouse would sell for more than
$1 million, and it moves parking off
Briny. The enhancement also addresses
concerns with density by reducing the
current number of units from 17 units
to 8 units."
The homes would be located in the
700 block of Briny Avenue, where the
property is zoned RM-20. In this
zone, buildings are limited to just 35
feet in height, though high rise condo-
minium units are found within two
blocks of the proposed location.
When it appeared that the board
would deny the request, Coker asked
that the variance be amended by
removing structures that would have
hidden the elevator shafts. These
changes would have made the build-
ing approximately 42' in height rather
than 55'.
The request was then denied.



PHI wins Mitchell
Moore Park bid

Pompano Beach City Commis-
sioners voted unanimously to award
a contract valued at $547,410 to
P.H.I. Construction, Inc. of Davie,
Fla. to perform the first phase of
renovations at Mitchell Moore Park.
Improvements to the park include
a number of upgrades to the sports
field including dugouts and scoring
platforms, new basketball
backboards and hoops, an update to
the exercise trail, and the construc-
tion of a trash enclosure. Mitchell
Moore Park also serves as the home
to the Blanche Ely High School girls
softball team.


When Creative Affairs caters the party,

they do it all and the hostess has fun


By Phyllis J. Neuberger


PELICAN STAFF
Susan and Bob Jacobs, owners of
Creative Affairs, are a husband and
wife team who have been catering
successful parties for every occasion
since they married in 1985. Bob
majored in Hotel and Restaurant
management at Michigan State
University and then became a chef,
trained at CIA (Culinary Institute of
America) in Hyde Park, New York.
In March of '85, Jacobs launched
his own wholesale food manufacturing
business in Florida. That year, Susan
became not only his wife, but also his
skilled marketing and sales right arm
in the new business which evolved
into the present catering company. "Of
course," Susan says with a knowing
laugh, "like all business owners, we
both do whatever needs to be done."
Located in Margate at 2424 N.
State Road 7 (#441), they're available
throughout the Tri-County area.
Susan says. "We see ourselves as
premier off-premise caterers who will
customize services and menus at
affordable prices. We will work with a
client's budget."
They've catered parties of all sizes
from two to 23,000 guests. Their
largest challenge, the 23,000 guest
event was a gathering of the Dade
County Teacher's Credit Union given
for every Dade county teacher and his
or her entire family. Bob shivered as
he recalled the occasion. "It was on
one of the coldest days Miami every
had. The temperature never got above
30 degrees. We had a staff of 154
people working and what a job it was
to keep ourselves warm and the food
hot."
Susan remembers, too. "It took us
nine months to prepare for this event.
We brought rotary deck ovens in from
Indiana to supplement the rentals from
here. The party was spread over 1/8 of
a mile. I can't recall the entire menu
but I know we served barbecue, chili,
corn on the cob, fresh fruit, key lime
pie, soft drinks and beer and more. "
On the opposite end of the spec-
trum was a request for an elegant
breakfast for two. "A chef was on site
in the lovely Parkland home," Susan
recalls. "Using the finest china and
table service, he created omelets,
crepes, fresh fruit and whatever else
the client requested."
And they've fed the famous,
including The Bee Gees, Steffie Graff,
K.C. and the Sunshine Band, and even
Sylvester Stalone.
"Clients enjoy their own parties,
once they've chosen Creative Af-
fairs," Susan claims. "We supply
everything such as tables, chairs, tents,
ovens, grills, dance floors, lighting,


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foliage, center pieces, linens, table
service and the food. We've done
weddings, special occasions, Carib-
bean and Western theme parties and
of course, office and corporate parties.
We supply full table service from
simple drop off to elegant china. We
have enough staff on call to allow us
to do several events in one evening.
Our servers appear in tuxedo shirts
and ties. And we leave the scene
totally clean and as we found it."
One repeat client, Karol Tenace
gives them a high score. "Creative
Affairs has catered my Christmas
parties for the past eight years and I'm
thrilled with their food and efforts. I
do nothing but enjoy my guests. They
deliver and set up tents, tables,
everything for about 70 guests. Their
servers are pleasant and attentive and
the food is so good, my guests look
forward to it every year. And they
leave the premise totally cleaned up.
I recommend them with total confi-
dence."
Happy to get a good review, Susai
says, "We truly knock ourselves out
for clients. We're a family business
and take pride in our product. We've


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Susan chats with prep cook, Kathy Mathews and ,
Charles Nicosia, Creative Affairs prep staff.
created events in a day and we've
booked them a year in advance."
Right now, they are designing
parties for Memorial Day, July 4 and
summer events both casual and fancy.
Today, they are catering a barbecue
the City of Pompano Beach.
,eative Affairs does corporate

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Church

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1915 style," says Keiter. "In
1915, we had no programs for
young people and the whole
family attended church
together."
That's far from the case
today, as First Baptist has
been a community institution
for programs directed to
people of all ages from
infancy to senior groups.
"Trail Blazers, a senior
adult group, meets on Thurs-
days for Bible studies," adds
Keiter. "They plan events
from movies to cruises. The
membership ranging from 50
to 70 people meets in the
fellowship hall."
But 90 years ago, there
were only 15 families, most of
them produce farmers, who
gathered at The First United
Methodist Church, 210 NE
Third St. to organize First
Baptist Church.
"Immediately following
the first organizational
meeting, the group went to a
nearby canal bank where
Pastor S. P. Mahoney bap-
tized Mrs. L. Smith and Mr.
George Wyse. This may have
been the first baptism by
immersion in Pompano,"
according to Harvest Plenti-
ful.
Newana Bowman, a
longtime member recalls that
many baptismal immersions
took place at the beach.
1922 was a year of "firsts"
for this church when, under
the leadership the Reverend
Dr. J. P. Lee, four lots were
purchased on Northeast First
Street. The total cost was
$900.
That same year, the
Women's Missionary Society
was organized. Construction
began on the new church and
the first Baptist Sunday
school in Pompano opened.
Construction and growth
continued. In 1923, the first
parsonage was completed and
five additional lots were


purchased.
In 1963, the Rev. Mack
Douglas envisioned a half-
million-dollar recreation and
education building which
would provide basketball,
tennis, volleyball, bowling,
skating, and Sunday school
space.
The final expansion of an
adult building was completed
in 1980 and included church
offices, a music suite, a
library, an enlarged fellow-
ship hall, a chapel, prayer
room, a church parlor, and
adult Sunday School rooms.
Prior to completion, the
church historical society
placed a time capsule in the
cornerstone of the building.
Despite physical changes
Micky Sweet, a preschool
teacher, says some things
never change. "The base is
still here. The people are
kind, considerate and loving.
They include you and make
you feel that you belong.
That is what I love about this
church."
"This place is about
friends, Jesus, being around
Christians, learning more
about people and participat-
ing," says Freeda Wilson, a
church member since 1965.
-At Sunday's celebration,
John Fleming of Gulfstream
Baptist Association, and
former Associate Pastor of
FBCP will preach. The
Reverend Dr. Ron Harvey
will begin his first day as the
church's newest pastor.
Today the membership is
overl,000.
The celebration will be an
open-air service on First
Street, where chairs will be
set up for expected congre-
gates. The church will be
decorated with historical
pictures of the past and copies
of The Harvest Plentiful.
Worship minister, Doug
Kimsal has also recorded a
DVD for the event. For more
information on the 90th
Anniversary Celebration call,
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Car Wash
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often brings cold drinks to the
thirsty boys. Her son Reed, a
sophomore, is an offensive
lineman on the team.
"We have a least six more
car washes on the schedule,"
Blair announces after looking
at her schedule. "The kids
come and work in shifts. We
wash up to 50 cars from 8
a.m. until 1 p.m. They work
hard and they're really
pleased when fans stop by
with cold drinks, snacks and
donations."
This past Saturday, Chip
Snyder, sales manager of Ford
of Pompano, stopped by with
a generous $50 donation to
the team's camp fund. "I was
a team captain at Pompano
Beach High School myself
back in 1979 and 1980," he
says. "When I saw the signs


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player.
and these hard working
wanted to come over a
something to cheer the
Another supporter
Duru, owner of the Ci
station, 599 N. Federa
Highway, who genero
hosts the car wash fun
raisers.


"It's good for the city," he
says. "It helps the kids. I'm
glad to do it. After all, I'm in
business here. These families
are my customers."
And David Purinton, Jr.,
owner of Sign Up Now Sign
Company, donated all the
signs that hype the car wash
and bring the customers in.
Thank you one and all for
your team spirit and support.
The next car wash is
scheduled for May 7. Stop in,
get a wash and help the
Tornadoes touch down at
camp.
ended many camp.
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Area bridges

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diate atten-

tion from city
engineering

Pompano Beach City
Commissioners approved
funding of $400,000 for
repairs on the Cypress Road
and Terra Mar Bridges.
The Cypress Road
Bridge crosses the C-14
canal and is shared by
Pompano Beach and Fort
Lauderdale. Fort Lauder-
dale already repaired its half
of the bridge, but a report
by City Engineer Helen
Gray suggests that the
Pompano Beach side is "...
in need of nearly immediate
repair." Work would
address pile jackets and
cracks.
The Terra Mar Bridge
spans the Spanish River and
is shared with Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea. As LBTS and
Pompano Beach will share
the costs.
Funding for the bridge
repairs will come from
money originally allocated
to work on the Southeast 9
Street bridge, which re-
quires a new evaluation.



NOTE
The Pompano Pelican
Newspaper will not be
putting out a paper for
June 3 or June 10.
Our office will be closed
from Monday, May 30
until Thursday, June 9.
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10 The Pomp~ano Pelicana






The Pompano Pelican 11


W hat's Up and other social matters...
in the fabulous cities of Lighthouse Point, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea and Pompano Beach

SOCIAL MATTERS


Residents celebrate Arbor Day, birthdays, and kids running city


Norcrest kids celebrate

Arbor Day with trees

Pompano Beach, Norcrest "
Elementary School and
Pompano Proud teamed up
to celebrate Arbor Day on
Thursday, April 14 at
Norcrest Elementary School, I
3951 NE 16 Avenue in the
Pompano Highlands.
Seventy-five students
from kindergarten through
fifth grade took part in an
Arbor Day celebration as
they learned the benefits of
trees and proper planting
techniques from the City of
Pompano Beach Urban
Forester Kimberly Pearson.


Ely Cheerleaders lauded by city


Pompano Beach Mayor John Rayson read a proclamation in honor of Blanche Ely High
School's National Champion cheer leading squad during Tuesday's city commission meeting
and presented the proclamation to Head Coach Kim Dunican.
In March, the Tiger cheerleaders won the non-tumbling division competition of the
American Open National Cheer leading Championships held in Tampa, Fla.
It's the second time that Blanche Ely cheerleaders have won the award, having taken the
title in 2002. After Duncan accepted the proclamation, the city commission posed with the
entire cheer leading squad, Coach Duncan, and Blanche Ely Principal Dr. Sam Scavella.


Stay tuned

for Seafood

update

Lee !
Waldo and
Sandy
Johnson are
cooling
down this
week after
a fantastic 4
weekend at
the Pom-
pano Beach
Seafood
Festival.
Lee Waldo and
They Sandy Johnson
return next
week with photos of one of
the biggest events we have
in Pompano Beach.
And please watch your
calendar for these events:
0 a
Friday, May 6, Pompano
Beach Rotary-Rodeo Bash,
St.Coleman's Church, 7:00
p.m., Food by Carrebba's,
silent and live auction items,
e*ree with a Rodeo entry.
Call Patti Carr 954-942-
4513.
* *
Saturday May 13,
Woodhouse Annual Golf
Tournament, Boca Dunes
Golf Course, 8:00 a.m., $75.
Call Marsha Linville 954-
786-0344.


Teens take over city hall

for student government day

AlyieceMoretto,asenior
i- at Pompano Beach High
School, served as mayor of
Pompano Beach during a
mock commission meeting
SWednesday in City Hall.
Wednesday was "Student
Government Day", where
L_ IGf 1 students from both Pompano
I Beach High School and
Si Blanche Ely High School
were paired up with various
MORETTO department heads and city
leaders to learn about the
various functions of city government. After the one-on-one
sessions, the students next participated in the mock commis-
sion meeting where city officials acted as residents who
supported various sides of two agenda items.
Student commissioners voted 4 2 against having stu-
dents being required to perform 100 hours of community
service through the city government and voted to table
discussions regarding having slot machines in Broward
County.
Commissioner E. Pat Larkins said afterwards that it was
good that students learned about the workings of City Hall,
saying, "We make more decisions each Tuesday that di-
rectly affect the lives of each citizen in town than any other
governing body."


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Local historian celebrates

98 years of living,

giving and preserving

Pompano Beach History


Miriam Hood, 98, still sits on the boards of the Pompano Beach Historical
Society, The Sample McDougald House and the Lighthouse Preservation
Sociaty. She is pictured with the first Pompano Beach fire truck,recently restored
by the 5555 Society. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Looking lovely in lavender
and surrounded by admiring
friends, Miriam Hood enjoyed
her 98th birthday celebration
on Sunday, April 23. "I'm not
through yet," she says, "I'm
half way through writing my
personal autobiography which
I may title From Teacher to
Historian."
A champagne toast to the


long and fruitful life of this
generous woman brought
forth many accolades from the
crowd of over 50 friends,
many of whom represented
the city's historical societies
which have benefited from
her intellectual and financial
generosity. On hand were
core groups from the Pom-
pano Beach Historical Soci-
ety, the Sample McDougald

Continued on page 13


Frfrlv -Anril 29.20015







12 The Pompano Pelican Friday, April 29,2905


Sightings

EVENTS
St. Martins 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 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 information.
TODAY
Line Dance Classes for
Seniors ire offered every
Friday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at
N.E. Focal Point Senior


Center, Deerfield Beach.
Call 954-480-4447.
Irish Set/Square and
Ceili Dancing every Friday
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at St.
Paul the Apostle Catholic
Church, Lighthouse Point.
Beginners welcome. Call 954-
785-9140.
Scrabble every Friday
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center, Pompano Beach.
Dictionary using Beginners
welcome. Call 954-786-4111.


Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-565-3127.
SATURDAY May 1
"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.

Continued on page 17


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Fi'ridav Ann29. 2005


Hood
Continued from page 11

House, the Hillsboro Light-
house Preservation Society
and John Knox Village where
she lives.
The climax of the party
was the arrival of the fully
restored, bright red, "Old 75"
fire truck which, without
financial help from Miriam
Hood, might not exist. Chief
restorer, Robert Brantley, Jr.
could not be on hand, but his
wife, Willetta rode beside
driver, Larry Miceli and his
wife, Susan.
"Old 75" is a functioning
result of Hood's dedication to
Pompano History. The
Hoods were charter members
of the 5555 Society, founded


by the firemen to restore this
fire truck built in 1916.
Despite her age and confine-
ment to a wheel chair, Miriam
remains active and dedicated
to all three historical societies.
Hood, who holds a
master's degree in French
from the University of Chi-
cago, has taught school in
South Dakota, Indiana and
Washington D.C. where she
also served in the U.S. Navy
during World War II. She
attended summer school
sessions at Harvard, Univer-
sity of California, University
of Mexico and Paris where
she says, "I finally got to
speak French in every day
usage with French people."
Hood has traveled the world
and on one fateful journey on
a Merchant Marine Vessel,
she met her husband, Dick


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"I was always my
husband's beloved red
head. Though he died in
1985, I'll treasure the
memory of him calling
me that until I die. Hood

Hood who was the second
mate.
Miriam's mid life romance
and subsequent marriage to
Dick Hood is delightfully
documented in her first book,
Sailor to Statesman. The
couple retired and settled in
Pompano Beach in 1970 and
immediately began to pour
energy and financial support
into worthy civic activities.


She recalls, "We were
busy with the North Broward
Society of the Symphony,
campaigning for a concert
house such as we now have.
Dick baby-sat the opening of
the Kester Cottages. When we
ran out of funds, some of the
members painted the cottages
on weekends. Elizabeth
Ballou and I gathered most of
the interior furnishings. I
oversaw their move to
Founders' Park."
Hood, past president and
current board member of the
Historical Society, is an
inspiration to Margaret White
who says, "Her past experi-
ence often guides us with
present problems. Miriam


gives us history, advice and
financial help. The building
which houses our Historical
Society was made possible by
Miriam's donation of
$35,000. The city matched her
donation. The 5555 Fireman's
Society added to the fund and
the Historical Society paid the
balance."
Hood's sense of humor is
still intact. "I was always my
husband's beloved red head.
Though he died in 1985, I'll
treasure the memory of him
calling me that until I die.
That's why I decided to defy
nature and keep my hair red."
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well-coiffed, light red hair,
celebrating her 98th birthday.


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world wanted to help, and so did
27 girls from the Brownie Girl
Scout Troop of St. Coleman
Catholic School in Pompano
Beach.
"Part of Being a Girl Scout is
helping other people," said
Catherine Daley, troop leader.
When the annual cookie sale
came around in January, this
group decided to use part of their
profit to help the people affected
by the disaster.


"It seemed obvious to us, that
people needed our help," Daley
said.
To reach the tsunami victims,
the troop went through the Catho-
lic Relief Services in Baltimore,
a group that has committed to
help the victims for the next eight
years.
"I think it is important that the
community knows that they still
need help and are still going to
need help for years and years,"
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trips and other activities.
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BOOKS

Rebecca McEldowney takes readers on a swift reality trip


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
When a troubled Lubba
James shaves her head, she
realizes she may never be
rescued by a wandering prince
from her Tower of Invalidity to
Happily Ever After.
In Manual for Normal,
Rebecca McEldowney follows
Lubba as she emerges from a
deep depression from her
mother's death. Steeped in
fairy tales from her infancy,
Lubba's departing message
from her mother is a warning:
"What will your tale be,
Lubba? Will it be true? Be-
cause if it's not, it will kill
you."
Like Manual, this is hardly
Sa Disney-style adulteration of
the true morality tales.
Lubba and her mother knew


the original Cinderella story. If
the reader doesn't,
it's worth a bit
of web
searching.
After being fo
hauled out of her
mother's coffin
where she tries to
wake Mom with a
kiss, Lubba grows 1
into the wart on her
family's dysfunc-
tional nose.
Mary, Lubba's
sister, wields a metaphorical
lance at every opportunity to
exorcize her sister's presence at
public family functions,
particularly her pending
wedding parties.
"Chosen Child [Lubba]
over here might make someone
worry about what gene pool
I've been swimming in," wails


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Mary to her father.
Lubba's father, a
man lost in a forest of.
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For South
Floridians, the great
irony is that Lubba,
now a sophomore
at the university,
escapes to the
streets of Boca
Raton to seek
"normal."
Here the god of pragma-
tism guides her to people with
flesh, bones, wounds and
memory.
In a frightful race to life,
she befriends two women,
Frieda, a waitress at Denny's
and Glory, who wraps herself
in the shadows of a dead child.
But as Lubba finds herself


9boGo


trying to rescue both women,
she pays a dreadful ransom
for "normal."
McEldowney's first book
is a quick read after the first
two chapters which takes the
reader into the dark world of
fantasy and psychosis. But
readers will race with Lubba
to the horrifying end that at
least validates her life.
Rebecca McEldowney
spent 45 years in South
Florida, dividing that time


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SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
I looked in the large plastic gar-
bage can. Saturday pickup is tomor-
row. The only things in it were some
palm fronds, a pizza box and some
twigs from the umbrella tree. The
pizza had been consumed last week.
My wife surprised me by bringing it
home as we hardly ever eat pizza.
There was nothing to put out the week
before. The trash collectors are going
to think no one lives here or we're
away on vacation.
The recycle bin didn't have enough
stuff in it to make it worth putting out
except for the Sunday newspapers we
had collected over three weeks.
The last time I had a lot of stuff in
the trash cans was when I cut a lot of
limbs off the rubber tree and used
three cans stuffed full of branches
with the leaves on. Those are the big
dead leaves that sound like someone
knocking on my door when they hit
the ground.
I did remember to dump the yellow
bucket from the kitchen, full of
banana peels, egg shells, orange peels
and accidentally burned toast into the
compost bin, then carefully shoveled a
sprinkling of mulched-up rubber tree
leaves on top of it to discourage the
flies.
The paper shopping bag in the
plastic garbage can in the kitchen was
only one third full but I mashed it
down a little more after putting an
empty Celentano plastic bag on top
that had contained meatballs. That
paper shopping bag would be good for
another week if we didn't put any
shrimp peelings in it.
Life is so simple I think to myself,
but not as simple as it was living
aboard a sailboat anchored off Key
West though some years back. Maybe
that's where this frugal living really
began, when we had a tank of water
that had to last for drinking and
cooking and washing dishes was done
in the salt water as well as bathing.
We would bring our empty beer

Continued on page 17


Boating statistics are grim with



fatalities increasing since 2000


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Boaters should heed safety rules at sea



SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
2004 boating statistics are out,
and again they are sobering.
The number of registered boats in
Florida soared to 982,907 in 2004,
compared to 978,225 in 2003.
Boating fatalities jumped to 68 in
2004 from 64 in 2003. In fact,
fatality numbers have increased
slowly since 2000 when Florida had
its lowest number of boating fatali-
ties in many years.
Monroe County reported the
highest number of accidents and
injuries, 98 and 57 respectively.
Pinellas County reported the
highest number of
fatalities with seven. Palm Beach
County reported the highest property
damage figures at $8.69 million,
including one incident that ac-
counted
for $8 million of that total.
The second-highest property
damage occurred in Miami-Dade
County with $1.2 million. Even the


good news wasn't really good. The
statistic that recreational boating
accidents dipped to 743 from 1,005
in 2003 reflects a change in the
amount of damage an accident has to
involve before it counts. In 2003, an
accident had to involve $500 dam-
age to be included in the
statistics. They had to involve
$2,000 in damage to make the cut in
2004 due to a change in the law.
Statistics indicate experienced
boaters may fall prey to a false sense
of security. In fact, more than half
the boat operators involved in fatal
boating accidents last year had more
than 100 hours of boat operation
experience.
The typical boating accident
victim is not a child or adolescent.
He's a 22- to 50-year-old male with
many hours of experience in operat-
ing a vessel.
In most cases, if he sustained an
injury, it was not life-threatening. If
he did not survive the accident, most
likely he drowned, because he


thought it uncomfortable, unbecom-
ing or unnecessary to wear a life
jacket even if he couldn't swim.
Drowning continued to be the
leading cause of death in Florida's
boating accidents (65 percent).
FWC boating safety officials and
officers encourage boaters to con-
sider life jackets to be similar to
seatbelts when it comes to their life-
saving potential. New types of
inflatable life jackets especially the
waist-pack variety are lightweight
and hardly noticeable when worn. "It
simply makes sense to wear one
when you're on the water," said one
FWC official.
Capt. Richard Moore. "It's like
the seatbelt in your car. If you aren't
wearing it when you find yourself a
few seconds from a collision, you
may have waited too late."
Also, excessive alcohol use
continued to be the leading cause of
boating fatalities in 2004. The
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Pompano Beach Civic
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Pinochle Games take
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Pompano Tornadoes rule local

baseball scene in 21-0 against Ely


By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
Pompano Beach High
pitchers allowed only three
-batters to put a ball in play in
five innings of work and four
rallies led to a dominating
victory over Blanche Ely
High School, 21 0, on
Monday.
Ryan McCullen started
for the Golden Tornadoes
and fanned eight of the
eleven batters he faced. One
batter walked; one batter
popped to short, and one
batter reached on an error by
the left fielder.
Meanwhile, McCullen
and other Golden Tornado
batters pounded three
- Blanche Ely pitchers for 23
hits and 21 runs.
McCullen, batting leadoff,
kick started a first inning
rally that led to the first five
Tornado batters scoring.
McCullen singled and stole
second. After a Fred
DeSantel single, Eric
Kuschel flew to center, but
the ball was dropped and
McCullen scored. DeSantel
and Kuschel executed a
double steal while Jared


Starting pitcher Ryan McCullen has
starred for Pompano Beach High
School both as a hitter and as a pitcher.
Against Blanche Ely High School on
Monday, McCullen fanned eight bat-
ters in three innings, and added three
hits and scored three runs from his slot
as the lead off hitter. McCullen earned
his fifth win of the season against just
four losses. [Photo by Paul Proia]
Mitchell batted. Mitchell's
single scored DeSantel and
put runners on the corner for
Josias Genao. Geneo rock-
eted a ball to the wall that
scored both runs and ended
with Geneo hugging the bag
at third. Steve Boyette


finished the rally by singling
home Genao.
After scoring four runs in
the second, Pompano Beach
scored nine more runs in the
third inning, highlighted by a
run scoring double by Jared
Mitchell, Steve Boyette
stealing home, and freshman
Silvio Zarate tripling with the
bases loaded to score three
runs. Zarate actually tried for
an inside the park home run,
but was thrown out at the
plate. Zarate finished with
three hits and five RBI in the
game.
On the mound, Ryan
Arnold pitched a perfect
fourth inning and fanning all
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pitched the fifth, allowing just
one hit and striking out three
more batters.
McCullen won his fifth
game of the season, and the
Golden Tornadoes now stand
at 11 11 with just one more
regular season game remain-
ing. Pompano Beach hosts
Dillard High School in a rare
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first pitch at 6:30. Next week,
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Megan batted lead off and played center field, while Morgan was installed as the
starting catcher and clean up hitter. Both contributed with the bat in Tuesday's
loss to Coral Springs Charter. Megan drove home the lone run while Morgan got
two of the Tornadoes' five hits.


By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
Only one inning of softball
was necessary to figure out
who would win Tuesday's
district battle between Coral
Springs Charter and Pompano
Beach High School. When
the dust had settled, Coral
Springs led 9 0 and were on
their way to ending the
Tornadoes season.
Coral Springs Charter's
starting pitcher, Erin
Carmody, put the Tornadoes
out in order to start the game,
and eight batters into the first
inning, the Panthers had taken
a bite out of starting pitcher
Casey Driscoll.
Diana Ochoa led off with a
single, and three hitters later,
catcher Melissa Jenks hit a fly


ball that cleared the
centerfield wall for a grand
slam. A frustrated Tornadoes
team then made two errors,
and allowed four more batters
to reach base.
Head Coach Bobbi Palat
called for time out and met
with the infielders and battery
at the mound. After that,
Driscoll settled down and
escaped the first inning but
not before nine Panther
runners had crossed home
plate.
Meanwhile, Erin Carmody
continued to get Tornado
batters out. Though she
fanned only four batters,
Carmody allowed only three
Tornado batters to get hits and

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Softball
Continued from page 18

kept Justine Richmond
without a hit for only the
fourth time all season.
Pompano threatened in the
second inning. Freshman
catcher Morgan Wells singled
to right, advanced to second
on a ground out, and reached
third with Michelle Briceno
singled past the first baseman.
However, the third out was
recorded and Pompano failed
to score.
Driscoll appeared to tire in
the fourth inning when three
Panthers scored with two outs
to give Coral Springs Charter
a 12 0 lead. However, the
Golden Tornadoes refused to
go down without a fight in the
fifth. Briceno got her second
hit to open the inning, ad-
vanced to third on a single by
Driscoll, and later scored
when Megan Wells grounded
into a force out. One out later,
however, the game was over
and the season was over, too.
Pompano Beach finished
the season with twelve wins
and eleven losses.

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greater on boat operators
than vehicle operators
because the combination of
wave action, hot sun and
physical exertion from being
on the water compounds the
influence alcohol consump-
tion can have on people.
"As with cars on land,
it's always best for boats to
be operated by someone
who hasn't been consuming
alcoholic beverages," Moore
said. "Designated drivers
can save lives on boats, just
like they do on highways."
Moore said other sugges-


tions for having safe experi-
ences on Florida's waters
include taking a boating
safety course, filing a float
plan with a friend or relative
each time you take to the
water and making sure you
have the proper safety
equipment in working order.
For boat operators age 21
or younger, the boater safety
course is a requirement for
legally operating a vessel with
10 or more horsepower in
Florida.
More information about
boating accidents and boating
safety is available online at
MyFWC.com. or call 1-888-
404-3922 for more informa-
tion.


Something for the entire family. Mary Ellen Naylor and her daughters: Erin 2
1/2 years old, Bridget 5 and Molly 7 enjoy some of the great seafood at this past
weekend's 21st Annual Pompano Beach Seafood Festival. The Naylor's were
in town on vacation, visiting from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Score board

MONDAY NIGHT MEN'S
SOFTBALL
REC IV A
Scores from April 18
Lighthouse Home Equity 24,
We Love Scrap 3
The Sharks 18, The Knights 1
Chit Chats 22, The Bangers 10
Baja Caf6 9,
Pompano Beach Utilities 1
Bad News Beers 23,
A Drop Ceiling 10

Scores from April 11
Bad News Beers 12,
The Sharks 0
The Knights 14, The Bangers 6
Chit Chats 11,We Love Scrap 4
Pompano Beach Utilities 14, A
Drop Ceiling 11
Baja Caf6 6,
Lighthouse Home Equity 3

TUESDAY NIGHT MEN'S
SOFTBALL
REC IV B
Scores from April 19
CSI 21, Church of Nazarene 3
Mortgage Approval Group 19,
Great Atlantic Warranty 18

Scores from April 12
St Coleman's 14, Jackson Ma-
rine 3
Doc's 3rd Base Bar & Grill 22,
Great Atlantic Warranty 8
Mortgage Approval Group 30,
Church of Nazarene 3


WEDNESDAY NIGHT
MEN'S
RECH B
Scores from April 20
Hitmen 13, Bags To Go 8
Young Guns 12,
Mooney's Looneys 0
Legends Pub 12, CDU's 0
The Storm 13, CSAM 7
Team Ramrod 9, Young Guns 6

Scores from April 13
CSAM 20, CDU's 0
Team Ramrod 23,
The Storm 17
Mooney's Looneys 19,
Bags To Go 18
Hitmen 19, Legends Pub 5

SATURDAY CORAL
RIDGE PRESBYTERIAN
MEN'S LEAGUE
Scores from April 16
Team 6 Teal 20, Team 5 Red 7
Team4 Blue 25, Team 3 Gold 13
Team 7 Maroon 11,
Team 8 Grey 9
Team 2 Black 20,
Team 1 Green 0

Scores from April 9
Team 1 Green 18,
Team 6 Teal 11
Team 5 Red 21, Team 8 Grey 5
Team 2 Black 13, Team 3 Gold 7
Team 7 Maroon 18,
Team 4 Blue 17


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ust because summer
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probably planting too deeply.
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to cover, and press the soil
firmly to eliminate any air
spaces, which will prevent
moisture from penetrating the
seed coat.
Keep it moist at all times. I
hope it goes without saying if
you've been reading this
column for a while, that a
good potting soil is essential
to your container gardening
success.
With Mother's Day next
Sunday, think about giving
mom a pre-planted herb
garden in a lovely pot or you
can give her the pot with
some new seed varieties.
Come to The Garden Gate
this Sunday, May 1st, for a
special event. From 11-6
we'll be having complimen-
tary Tea Tasting! Teaphoria


will be setting up with free tea
samples, and a beautiful
selection of teas for gift-
giving, a great addition to
your Mother's day plants or
garden decorations. Hope
you can join us. It's tea time!

Hugs & Kisses

Tea Party
Meet Janel Rowe of
Teaphoria on May 7 at 1 p.m.
at the First United Methodist
Church Sykes Hall, 210 NE 3
St., Pompano Beach.
All women are invited. Call
954-943-0404.
Janel will discuss tea facts
and offer sampling of assorted
teas.


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summer fruits such as peaches,
plums and nectarines are proven to
be sources of antioxidants and
other phytonutrients. Research
shows that antioxidants can
protect skin from damaging UV
rays, and antioxidants are more
effective when more than one is
present at the same time, as in
California peaches, plums and
nectarines.
Researchers at the University of
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nectarines are good sources of two
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both powerful antioxidants that
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Beginning in June, consumers can
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1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon coconut, almond
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2 large ripe plums, cut in
1/4-inch wedges
2 tablespoons unsweetened
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for garnish
1/2 cup chopped walnuts,
for garnish
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large dollop in center of 6
dessert plates, reserving about
3/4 cup. Arrange peach slices
in flower petal formation on
each plate. Arrange plum slices
face down between peach
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"Hot Topics" Senior
Discussion Group is every
Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 1
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
STuesdays at the Lighthouse
Point Library. The workshop
is open to those interested in
publication. Call 954-427-
1991.
WEDNESDAY May 4
Faith Seeking Journey -
A basic course about the
Anglican Church. The first
semester is on Wednesdays
at 7 p.m. now through Nov.
24. Phone 954-941-4843.
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.
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.
St. Ambrose Singles
Social Club Dance is held
every Wednesday from 7:30
to 11 p.m. in the church hall,
380 S. Federal Hwy., Deer-


field Beach. Call 954-984-
4037 or 954-972-7199.
Kabbalah Series on
alternate Wednesdays at
7:30 p.m. at Temple Sholom.
Everyone welcome. Non-
Members $5.00. Call 954-
942-6410.
ALANON support group
for families affected by
alcoholism meets at 10 a.m.
and 11 a.m. Wednesday at
First Presbyterian Church of
Pompano Beach. Call 954-
491-1915.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets every
Wednesday morning at 7:30
a.m. at Mr. Latin Grill for
breakfast. Call 954-942-
6816.
Pinochle Games take
place Wednesdays at 1 p.m.
at St. Elizabeth Gardens
Retirement Home. Guests
are welcome. Call 954-941-
4597.
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.
"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.
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.
St. Nicholas Episcopal
Church Thrift Shop is open
Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. and Sundays noon
to 1 p.m. Call 954-9421-
5887.
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.


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For Sale

SPA. Must Sell. 7 Person
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"Waterfront" Home. Place for
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$325,000. Debbie Mathis
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FORECLOSED GOV'T
HOMES $0 or Low down! Tax
repos and bankruptcies! No
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x 8 6 3
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Price: $49,900, 10% down, bal
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NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL
offers a Defensive Driving
Seminar every Thursday in
Lighthouse Point. Potential
discount on insurance. 954-610-
0446.

HOMES FOR
SALE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
$248,900
3 Bd./ 2Ba. New Appli-
ances. W/D/ Updated. New
Carpets. Painted Inside and
Out. Doll House.
954-856-4455
Open House
Saturday and Sunday
1648 NE 51 Ct.
Pompano Beach
Owner/agent

STOP FORECLOSURE-No
Fees. Fast Service. Stay in your
home. Call 945-785-8503.

RENTALS
POMPANO BEACH Large 2B/
1B Condo On Water(McNab
Area). All Tile. Pool. Dock
Available. Cat O.K. Annual
Lease. $850/mo. FLS. Call 954-
868-9458
POMPANO Seasonal Rental.
Island club 2/2 9th Floor.
Southern exposure. Great view.
Immaculate. 954-785-0177.

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


SERVICES
MAN WITH A VAN -WILL
TRAVEL. Retired reliable and
available for light errands,
moving, etc. 954-788-5583
COMPUTER REPAIR/HELP -
Certified technician. All
Problems. Freezing, Etc. Home
Networking. Virus Program.
Call Now 954-971-5939.
TOO MANY REMOTES?
HOME AUTOMATION OUT OF
CONTROL? GET UNDER
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428-3250 *5/20
RELIABLE DRIVER- Available
five afternoons. Light
housekeeping. 954-781-1162.
Leave message.
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 12/31

HELP WANTED
INSIDE SALES HELP
NEEDED FOR FLOORING
STORE. EXPERIENCE
HELPFUL, BUT NOT
NECESSARY. WILL TRAIN
RIGHT PERSON. VERY
GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR
THE RIGHT PERSON. CALL
954-784-0809. 6/01
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
ANALYST: Analyze
procedures for efficiency. Plan
study of work problems and
make recommendations.
Requires Bachelor's degree
plus 3 years exp. 40 hrs/week.
Competitive salary offered.
Contact Sheridan Dickinson of
Expo Marble & Granite, Inc.
or fax to 954-943-9050 for
details or to apply. Job located
in Pompano Beach.
SALON: Nails, Manicure,
Pedicure. Paying 60%
commission. Pompano area.
206 E. McNab. 954-788-9443.
Or rent $400/mo


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.
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

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.
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
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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

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
SMALL INVESTMENT, SELF-
EMPLOY Opportunity. Good
Quality Beauty Shop Equipment
and Supplies for one person.
Call 954-943-2643.
RENT A ROOM for Your
Massage Therapist career.
Great opportunity for motivated
therapist. Keep 100 % and pay


$400/mo rent. 954-788-9443.

FOR SALE
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.

AUTOS FOR
SALE
2000 Honda Accord EX, SIX-
CYL, LEATHER, Very Clean,
Original Owner. $10,500. Call
954-783-8122.
SAAB 900 SE 1997. Four-door
Hatchback. 60 Kmi. Extended
warranty through 81K mi. All
power options. RED-BLK.
Leather. Newtires. Real "Cream
PuffO $9,500. 954-941-2561.
1973 Mercury Cougar XR-7.
Partly restored. One owner. Will
sell under restoration costs. Call
954-563-3533. 5/20.

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

WANTED TO
BUY
$$I PAY CASH$$
For Estates, One Piece or a
House full
Good Furniture, Antiques,
Collectibles, Toys, Tools,
Misc.
Call Marty 954-695-8737
NICE OLD things wanted.
Watches, Fountain pens,
CollegelHigh School Rings.
Other Jewelry, medals,
cameras, arts, design classics.
Call Dirk 754-214-0006. 5/20.


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