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Pelican briefs


McGinn annouces
run for reelection

Pompano
w Beach Com-
missioner Kay.
McGinn will
seek her fifth
term for the
District I seat
S this March.
Ss She will be
Challenged by
M local activist
Ed Stanton.
McGinn has
campaigned
and worked forrtonservative growth,
preservation of beaches and open
spaces.
"In my eight years on the com-
mission," says McGinn, "I have
represented and acted on the con-
cerns of almost 20,000 residents in
my district. My votes have been for
common sense development, a better
potable water system, and more
green space and parks. We need to
be concerned about the issues that
make Pompano Beach a beautiful
place to live and work."
Filing for the March election
takes place in January, 2006.


A small child waits patiently for Father Bernie Pecaro to bless his pet goose at the annual Blessing
of the Animals at St. Martins Episcopal Church. This year, the public is invited to participate with their
pets on Oct. 16 at 10:30 a.m. See story on page 20.


No fix for

RPUD, instead,

Pompano

commission

plans to update

entire zoning

code

By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

For years, the term, RPUD, a
zoning district, has elicited little more
than a yawn from most residents.
But this week, it's in the spotlight.
City commissioners, city staff,
developers, residents and State
Senator Steve Geller are huddled over
this unique zoning option in an -
attempt to repair its problems and
tighten up its loose ends.
They tried a little minor surgery on
it a week ago, but couldn't agree on a
diagnosis or a prognosis.
Instead, city commissioners sent
the RPUD, along with the entire
zoning code, back to city staff mem-
bers for review .

Continued on page 16


City dedicates Weaver Park,

honoring first black city

commissioner, Karl Weaver


Local veterans to be

honored on Nov. 11 at

Elks Club in Pompano


Play time City Manager Bill Hargett, Commissioner George Brummer, Vice Mayor Susan Foster,
Mayor John Rayson and Commissioner E. Pat Larkins join Karl Weaver at the dedication of Weaver
Park in Pompano Beach. [Photo by Chris Sisto]


By Chris Mullon
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
When Karl Weaver was working
as a member of the Pompano Beach


Jaycees to build bathrooms at Jaycee
Park, now Community Park, he never
in his wildest dreams thought that he

Continued on page 19


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Pompano Beach Elks Lodge
#1898 will salute hometown
military heroes with a special
program on Veterans Day at the
lodge.
The event starts at 11 a.m.
Friday, Nov. 11, at the Elks picnic
grounds at 700 NE 10th St.,
Pompano Beach.
"The older veterans from
World War I and Korea are dying
off every day," said Richard
Kaufold of Coconut Creek, Elks
Lodge Veterans' committee
chairman. "The younger ones who
served in Vietnam didn't really get


the recognition they deserve. They
had a horrible
homecoming.
And the young
fellows, from
Desert Storm
and the Iraq
wars, we don't
know yet what
the effect (of
wartime ser-
vice) will be on
them."
Kaufold, a Korean War vet
who has two grandsons serving in


Continued on page 7


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Lauderdale-by-the-Sea restaurants, town join to


raise nearly $5,000 for Hurricane Katrina victims


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

Contributions are nearing
$5,000 from the weekend
Hurricane Katrina fundraiser
in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea.
The town offered free
parking last weekend, which
helped to attract people,
according to Spiro Marchelos,
who organized the townwide
event with his brother Louis.
They are owners of Athena-
by-the-Sea, a Greek restaurant
at Commercial Boulevard and
State Road A1A.
"Lots of,people didn't
believe the free parking and
no tickets. They stayed longer
in the restaurants and shopped


around. There was activity in
the whole area," Spiro said.
The Marchelos brothers
spent the previous two weeks
asking business owners and
merchants in the town to
donate 10 percent of their
gross revenues from the
weekend or whatever they
could to the American Red
Cross or Salvation Army to
help Hurricane Katrina
victims.
"The majority of restau-
rants gave very well," Spiro
said, "as well as many of the
businesses. The majority of
donors, 95 percent, gave to
the Salvation Army."
"The response has been
overwhelming," Louis said.


L I want our town to be a
catalyst for all the small
towns across America to do something
like this. Marchelos


"Many businesses are sup-
porting the effort. People are
coming by the restaurant
dropping off checks. Even
some of the city employees
have come by."
Contributions can be made
at the restaurant until Tues-
day. The brothers plan to
present the funds at the next
town commission meeting.
Louis Marchelos said
what happened along the Gulf
Coast could have happened


here.
"With this effort," he says,
"I want our town to-be a
catalyst for all the small towns
across America to do some-
thing like this. The more
people who get together, the
more money we can raise and ,
hopefully help people up there
as much as possible."
The Community Blood
Centers of South Florida
stationed a Bloodmobile
outside Athena-By-The-Sea


during the event with the
blood also going to hurricane
victims. Blood banks have
been destroyed on the Gulf
Coast, and-many victims have
been moved to hospitals in
Northern Florida according to
Louis.
"There is a big need for
blood, but many prospective
donors were rejected because
of high blood pressure,
diabetes or low iron," Spiro
said.
Those who couldn't give
over the weekend are urged to
go directly to the center at
1815 E. Commercial Blvd.
News Radio 610 broadcast
outside the Marchelos'
restaurant for three hours
during the benefit.


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If not treated, perioral dermatitis may last for months to years.
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TODAY! Free Noon lobby lecture-Diabetes update


at Pompano Primary Health Care Clinic


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
'The Ghost of High Blood
Pressure,' ties diabetes
information into the Hallow-
een theme of Diane Harvey's
series of October lectures on
diabetes.
These lectures are offered
as a public service by the
Family Success Center and
Pompano Primary Health
Care Clinic at 2011 N. Third
Ave.
"The Halloween theme is
perfect for my subject,"
Harvey explains. "Diabetes is
scary if it goes unrecognized
or ignored." A registered
nurse and certified diabetes
Educator since 1979, Harvey
is the former coordinator of
the North Broward Diabetes
Center and now continues her
mission at the Primary Health
Care Clinic as part of the
Disease State Management
Department of North Broward
Hospital District.
Though the disease itself
has not changed, both identi-
fying and handling of it has.
"The big trend is in disease
recognition. More and more
people are being diagnosed.
Unfortunately, too many of
them are teenagers with Type
II diabetes. These young
people are usually over-
weight, eat poorly and are
inactive physically," Harvey


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says, "This increase in
diagnosis is actually good
news because that's the first
step.
Next comes education
which is the key to control.
People with the disease who
take control can have a
normal life and actually be
healthier than they were
before diagnosis."
Pre-diabetes
identification
A condition called pre-
.diabetes is now recognized
and identified by a blood
sugar count which is higher
than normal, but not high
enough to be labeled diabetes.
Normal range is 70 -100. Pre-
diabetes range is 101-125.
Diabetes is diagnosed
when an after fasting reading


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life changes,
some of the Type
II people may be able to
manage their diabetes
without medication." -
Harvey


is over 126.
Take action before it's
too late!
With luck and effort a pre-
diabetes reading can be
lowered and with it, the
possibility of being diag-
nosed. Harvey says, "Just 30
minutes a day of physical
activity and a low fat diet can
lower a person's risk. A loss
of five to seven percent of
body weight can make a
difference." *
Monthly Lecture series
Between 15 and 30 people
attend Harvey's weekly
lectures. In November and
March, the clinic does free
glucose screenings. "We
almost always discover three
to five people with high
readings after screenings,"
Harvey says. "We give these
people literature and refer
them to a doctor. We follow
up with a letter and a phone
call."
Continuing, "If they make
big life changes, some of the


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Diane Harvey, registered nurse and certified diabetes educator, does free
monthly diabetes lectures in the lobby of the Pompano Primary Health Care
Clinic at 2011 N. Third Avenue in the Family Success Center. Following
today's noon lecture, 'The Ghost of High Blood Pressure', will be 'Turn Over
A New Leaf-Exercise' at 10 a.m. on 10/14. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]
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Type II people may be able to
manage their diabetes without
medication. When people
who have never benefited
from diabetes education see
the benefits of feeling better
and reducing their risks for
complications, I, too, am
rewarded."
Today's lecture stresses
the risks of high blood
pressure which are heart
attack, stroke, eye and kidney
problems and poor circula-
tion. For people with diabetes,


the goal is a pressure reading
below 130/80.
On October 14, from 10
to 11 a.m., Harvey will
explain that exercise is critical
in prevention and control of
the disease.
On Oct. 19, from 11 a.m.
- 12 noon, she will focus on
the complications of the
disease which are often a
surprise to the audience.
On Oct. 24, from noon to

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North Broward Medical

Center to host health

forum, Oct. 27

Free event to focus on lung-

related issues with medical panel


Lung-related conditions
affect people of all ages and
demographic backgrounds.
According to current
statistics, more than 87
percent of lung cancers are
smoking related, and more
Americans die each year from
lung cancer than from breast,
prostate and colorectal
cancers combined.
Emphysema is a major
cause of more than 1,100
deaths each year. According
S to the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, 20
million people, including 6.1
million children, suffer from
asthma.
In light of these facts, and
in an effort to educate the
community, North Broward
Medical Center will host an
educational forum focusing
on lung-related health condi-
tions on Oct. 27 from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m. in the hospital's
conference center.
The event will feature a
panel of experts including
cardiovascular and thoracic
surgeon Richard Kimmel,
D.O.; hematologist/oncologist
Douglas Faig, M.D.; and
family practice physician
Clarissa Harris, M.D.
Treatments for smoking
cessation, Chronic Obstruc-
tive Pulmonary Disease
(COPD), lung cancer, asthma
and other respiratory condi-
tions will be addressed, and
an open forum question/
answer session will encourage
audience participation. A light
buffet dinner will be served at
the event.
Information from commu-
nity organizations such as the
American Lung Association
and the American Cancer
Society will be available.
North Broward Medical
Center's Respiratory Therapy
Department will offer free
pulse oximetry tests.
Free abdominal aortic
aneuryism (AAA) screenings
also will be offered by
appointment only by the
* hospital's radiology depart-
ment staff. Health experts
recommend that men between
the ages of 65 and 75 who are
or have been smokers have a
one-time ultrasound to screen
for AAA. The condition is an
abnormal ballooning of the
aorta, the major artery from
the heart, that occurs in the
abdomen.
Due to limited seating,
reservations are requested for


the panel discussion and can
be made by calling the
District Healthline at 954-
759-7400. AAA health
screening appointments can
be made by calling the
Healthline number.
North Broward Medical
Center is located at 201 E.
Sample Road, Deerfield
Beach.


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Harvey
Continued from page 4
1 p.m., Harvey invites
audience participation. The
questions dictate her discus-
sion.
Common symptoms
and new hope for
handling diabetes
Watch for increased thirst
and urination, blurry vision,
fatigue, numbness or tingling
in hands and feet, dry itchy
skin, sexual problems and
slow healing wounds. The
future holds hope. According
to Harvey, there are new
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the time. There are faster and


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less painful glucose meters.
The effectiveness of inhaling
insulin is being tested.
There's on going research of
beta cell transplantation. "We
can empower patients with
information, medical treat-
ment and emotional support,"
she says with confidence, "but
the big difference is up to the
patient who has the power to
control this disease.


Thank you Diane Harvey,
the Pompano Primary Health
Care Clinic, and the Disease
State Management Depart-
ment of North Broward
Hospital District for these
free, public service informa-
tion lectures.
For further information,
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The newspaper of Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The Sea
ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 87
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: Dottie Hilborn
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
Donna Torrey, Joseph Pittelli, Sandy Johnson, Lee Waldo, Fernanda Medici
Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
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Civic group to hold

meeting and offer

dialogue with city leaders


To the editor:

There have been many comments about the city commissioners
"lacking input from their residents regarding the Atlantic Corridor Boule-
vard."
The Pompano Beach Civic Association, PBCA, is offering every
resident a chance to get in on the dialogue.
The Corridor should be:
One that will be considered acceptable to Broward County
Workable, livable, equitable and an economically obtainable Master
Plan.
Provide access for all its 101,400 residents, plus the 50,000 seasonal
residents. After 90 years of growth, this city should be a destination for
everyone.

We hope residents will join us to give their input directly to the Mayor
and City Manager.

The meeting will be Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson Center,
1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach.

It's your turn to speak up. Let's hear your thoughts and see your
vision.
We have invited the city manager, mayor and commissioners to be our
ears, so when they go into their workshop session, they will have heard
from you.

Each person will be given three minutes to speak. Sign up at the
speaker's roster when you come arrive.

Jack Hopson, president of PBCA



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Buck Stops...Where?

By Barry Dockswell
COLUMNIST
Pompano Beach city government is structured as a "city manager"-style
government rather than a "strong mayor"-style government. This means
that the full-time employee who runs the city on a daily
basis is the city manager, not the mayor.
The mayor and commissioners are compensated as
part-time people. Their function is to set policy and
direction. The role of the city manager and his staff is to
implement and execute.
Let's take a look at how the commission and the city
manager played their roles in a specific recent instance.
At the September 28 meeting of the city commission, The Dockswell
the city manager brought a difficult issue to the mayor Dispatch
and commissioners. The item appeared on the agenda as
a consideration of possible changes to the way a particular zoning district is
defined. (The name of the zoning district is RPUD, Residential Planned
Unit Development, but I won't bore you with the details.)
The big picture is this: A developer with very deep pockets is pushing
for approval to build a high-rise project that is, a building taller than ten
stories on the beach. As part of this effort, the developer used his influ-
ence with various city officials to propose zoning code changes to the
commission.
But the city manager knows his role and is not a fool. He presented the
city commission not only with the developer's desired changes, but also
with alternative changes which would have made it at least as difficult as
ever to get high-rise projects approved in Pompano Beach.
In effect, the city manager was asking the commission to carry out its
policy and direction-setting responsibilities by choosing either the less
restrictive or the more restrictive set of zoning changes.
Some commissioners did attempt to set a direction by proposingsome
changes which would have made it more difficult to get high-rise projects
approved.
However, no majority formed on this direction because the mayor and
two commissioners chose to focus on the fact that the entire zoning code
could use updating. They said they did not want to update the code on a
piecemeal basis. Instead, they got a motion passed which instructed the city
manager to present a plan and schedule at the next commission meeting for
updating the entire zoning code.
No doubt the zoning code would benefit from a comprehensive update.
But this fact should not obscure the much larger problem that the commis-
sion is failing to lead.
Many specific issues faced by the commission in recent years all boil
down to a single question: Does Pompano Beach want to allow any more
buildings on the barrier island which are taller than ten stories and if so,
under what conditions?
The bottom line is that the city commission passed the buck back to the
city manager and staff without giving them any direction. The commission
gave the staff a much bigger assignment than before now the staff must
update the entire zoning code rather than just the RPUD section.
But the commission gave the staff no direction on this underlying policy
question: Should Pompano Beach be encouraging or discouraging the
building of more high-rises on the beach?
To me there is a compelling case for making it more difficult, if not
impossible, to gain approval for new buildings taller than ten stories on the
beach. But, I'll leave the details of that argument for another day.
The immediate problem is the continuing reluctance of the mayor and
commissioners to play their part by facing the issue head on and charting a
clear course for the City of Pompano Beach.

Barry "Doc" Dockswell is a community activist who lives in Pompano
Beach. Email him at barryd2444@aol.com.



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Veterans Day
Continued from page 1

Iraq, said all the vets should
get recognition. "We don't
want to let the people in this
country forget what they did
to keep this country what it
is."
"Military hospitals are
now filled with veterans of
war from Iraq being treated


for injuries from explosive
devices and for amputation
wounds," Kaufold said.
"Some of these kids are going
to face rough times, some of
the worst since World War
II."
"Veterans Day celebra-
tions were started under Gen.
Black Jack Pershing with the
observance at the 11th hour
on the 11th day of the 11th
month. Pershing was a


member of the Elks Lodge,"
Kaufold said.
During the upcoming
celebration, Pompano Beach
Boy Scouts will conduct a
special flag retirement cer-
emony. The teen group,
Hands of Praise, will also
perform.
The event, which includes
an old-fashioned picnic, is
free to the public.
The observance is spon-


scored by American Legion
Post 142 and its Auxiliary
unit, VFW Post 8182. Other
sponsors include the Ladies'
and Men's Auxiliary, Pom-
pano Beach Elks #1898,
Pompano Beach Does Drove
#142, Pompano Beach Orioles
Nest #258, Pompano Beach
Womans' Club, Greater
Pompano Beach Republican
Club, Sons of the American
Legion and Pompano Beach


Firefighters Local 1549.
Veterans and their auxil-
iary at the Elks Lodge also
deliver lap robes and books to
patients at the Veterans
Hospital in West Palm Beach
and recondition electric
shavers for the vets. They're
also mailing care packages to
the troops in Iraq.
For more information on
the Veterans Day celebration,
call the Elks Lodge Veteran's
Office at 954 -781-2300.


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Pompano Beach, FL 33060
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1200 5 Federal Hwy
Pomponc. Eocrh
Saturday Evening Vigil
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule
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12:30 pm 6.00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
Saturday: 8 00 am
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Business


Bonnie Jacobson
joins Campbell &
Rosemurgy
Bonnie Jacobson has recently
joined the Real Estate offices of
Campbell & Rosemurgy, located at
1233 E. Hillsboro Blvd. in Deerfield
Beach.
Jacobson has been in the real
estate business since 1984 starting
out in Sarasota where she was
"Rookie of the Year." She resides
and specializes in the Deer Creek
area. She also has a background in
house and estate sales and the
antiques business.
Campbell & Rosemurgy currently
has five offices from Lighthouse
Point through Boca Raton and
employs 110 agents. A new Pom-
pano Beach location to be announced
very soon.

Culinary Concepts

and Riedel Crystal

Fund Raise for

"Living Beyond

Breast Cancer"
Reidel Crystal has created a
limited edition of Pink "0"
stemlesss) wine glasses to raise funds
and awareness for 'Living Beyond
Breast Cancer,' a national nonprofit
organization empowering cancer
survivors to live as long as possible
with the best quality of life. Reidel is
donating 15 percent of all proceeds
from the sales of this edition to the
foundation. Culinary Concepts, 540
S. Federal Hwy. is donating another
15 percent of its sales to the same
worthy cause.
The pink, "0" glass is for those
who love an elegant, uncomplicated
design that is easy to use and fits
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Broken stems are a thing of the
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available for $24.90 at Culinary
Concepts. For information, call 954-
781-5163.


FISH FRY
in Lauderdale-
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A community Fish Fry, spon-
sored by the LBTS Chamber of
Commerce takes place Oct. 12
from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Commu-
nity Church, 4433 Bougainvilla
Dr. Tickets are $9 for adults and
$4 for children.
Enjoy the food, friends and
live music.


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Entrepreneur, Mike Sipe, builds MSE, a

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loses his sense of community


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
A vibrant, high energy young man,
Michael D. Sipe, entered the world of
entertainment when he was just eight
years old. Performing on the radio in
Brownsburg, Indiana, Sipe strummed
on his guitar and sang with his three
sisters. He knew even then that show
business had hooked him.
Now, he's the corporate president
of a family of five companies, operat-
ing under the umbrella of MSE (Mike
Sipe Entertainment) with offices at
1638 E. Atlantic Blvd. in Pompano.
His full service, event planning
companies provide complete coordi-
nation for corporate meetings, confer-
ences and conventions. With his easy
smile, Sipe says, "Together, our
family of companies can assist clients
hosting everything from a modest
backyard barbecue to the most elegant
and extravagant affair."
"No Matter the cost or size of the
event, we want it to exceed all expec-
tations. Our mission is to provide our
clients with the most unforgettable,
entertainment experience imaginable.
We can and do handle full service
meeting plans, site selection, air and
ground transportation, meet and greet
services, a vast selection of entertain-
ment, catering coordination, theme
development and educational materi-
als."
MSE does it all with a staff of 14
dedicated, hard workers, cut from the
same cloth as Sipe, the boss. With
clients across the country they are
assisted by 42 sub contractors. "Our
biggest payoff is a sense of accom-
plishment," Sipes says. "When clients
rave, we're thrilled and ready to do it
again!"
Sipe's generosity to the
community is legend
Lisa Spinelli, a Pompano Beach
recreation leader brought Sipe to the
Pelican Newspaper's attention. His
corporation is a diamond sponsor of
the city's parties for the public. "Mike
makes a very generous contribution to
our July 4 Fireworks and Pier Party
and he also provides the music and the
sound system on the pier," she says.
"We couldn't have these events
without support from local business
like MSE."
"We want to support our commu-
nity," Sipes says. "This is home to our
business and many of our staff.
However, our major charity is KID
(Kids in Distress). When they began
to build their new campus in Wilton
Manors, we assumed the financial
responsibility for building the Toddler
Play Room, which became a $50,000
donation."


Mike Sipe socializes with the famous, and it's all part of MSE events. Sipe is shown here with
his vice president, David Kiernan and Sir Elton John


And that's not all. On Sept. 12,
MSE donated services to the Red
Cross for a Katrina fundraiser given
by the Cafe Iguana Pines in Pembroke
Pines. "We did a Mardi Gras theme
with my good friend Steve Caputi and
many members.of the Miami Dol-
phins. It was a big success. All
proceeds went to the Red Cross."
MSE's next major fundraiser is


scheduled for January 31, 2006. Sipe
says,"This will be our 9th annual
client appreciation party in conjunc-
tion with Cafe Iguana Pines to benefit
Kids in Distress. We expect over
2,000 people to be on hand for our
'Rocking thru' the Decades' party
where we will provide food, beverages

Continued on page 9


Hillsboro Lighthouse

Preservation Society to host

event to elect new officers


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

In 1992, when mariners
caught sight of the lighthouse at
the Hillsboro Inlet, they may
have had to squint a bit.
A 36-watt bulb, bolted to the
lighthouse railing, was the only
beam emitting that year-and for
the next eight years.
The gears that turned the
Fresnel lens had broken. Since
1907, that lens had cast a beam
that went beyond the curvature of
the earth.
The tale of the restoration of
the Fresnel lens at the Hillsboro
Lighthouse is one of brilliant
engineering, dedicated volunteers
and locals digging deep into their


pockets.
The challenge became the
reason to form the Hillsboro
Lighthouse Preservation Society,
or HLPS.
On Oct. 11, the Society will
host a meeting at the Hillsboro
Club to elect new officers and
focus on new goals.
One such goal is to increase
local membership. Members
receive the quarterly HLPS
newsletter, filled with historical
data and information about
upcoming tours of the lighthouse
and the grounds surrounding it.
For information on attending
this event or for joining the
Society, call 954-942-2102 or
visit the website at
www.HillsboroLighthouse.org


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SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

Residents in Pom-
pano Beach have seen
destruction beyond
belief as televised from
the Louisiana and
Mississippi's coasts.
And local residents
know well that they
have been spared, but
that didn't mean the
city had no effects from
Hurricane Katrina.

On Aug. 25, the day after
Katrina's first landfall, here's
what happened:


A Chic Boutique


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Trees and fencing were
toppled; traffic signals and
power lines down; signs and
awnings broken and tattered.
While people were cleaning
up their homes, City of
Pompano Beach crews were
out clearing sidewalks and
nearly 300 miles of streets
and roads of downed trees so
life could once again return
to some kind of normalcy.
The amount of debris was
staggering, even for such a
small storm. Russell
Ketchem, recycling coordina-
tor for the City of Pompano
Beachlreported that the city
removed over 25,000 cubic
yards of storm debris.
"That's enough material
to fill the Pompano Beach
Civic Center seven times or
if you were to park each trash
truck end to end, it would
string from the ocean to past
University Blvd in Coral
Springs ... over nine miles!"
said Ketchum.
Over 60 people were
involved in the city's effort,
manning chainsaws, rakes,
loaders and driving trucks.
And since this storm was
declared a disaster for
Broward County, the city
could recoup some of the
expenses through FEMA.
But Ketchum says there
are many things residents can
do to minimize storm debris.
Stop pruning trees and
shrubs when a hurricane
watch is issued. The time to
prune trees and shrubs is long
before a storm threatens.
After the storm, look for
downed power lines. If you
see one, STAY BACK and
call the Pompano Beach
Emergency Operations
Center (EOC) at 954-786-
5500. Also call the EOC to
report trees blocking roads or
sidewalks.
When placing debris out
on the curb for collection,
after the storm, keep all
vegetation separate from
other items. By FEMA
requirements, the material
must be separated. Bring the
material out to the curb as
soon as possible. Remember,
the city makes two passes, so
if your material is missed
during the first pass, it will
be removed during the
second. And finally, be
patient.
The City of Pompano
Beach is considered an old
growth city, which means
there are a lot of large trees
and shrubs which make quite
a mess after a storm.


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

SOCIAL MATTERS


After a little golf, it was a week to bring on


the clowns and strike of the piano music


October has arrived and
things are starting to get very
busy all over town!!
he season started
off the week with

the 2005
VISTA
Community J'
Drivers
Invitational
Golf Touma-
ment held at /
Coral Ridge
Country
Club to .,
benefit ARC .
Broward,
Achievement
and Rehabili- Lee Waldo and
station Sandy Johnson
Centers, Inc. ARC is only one
of many facilities like this in
our community that have
found their programs falling
victim to cuts in funding.
This puts the burden on all
fundraising. Founded in 1957,
ARC enriches the lives of
nearly 1,000 children and
adults each year. This
tournament had a rather
unique twist to it. Instead of
just the usual 4-man team,
each team consisted of 5


Stacey Peterson, Marketing Director and Special Events Coordinator for the
Pompano Chamber of Commerce, holds our favorite little guest at the
Children in the Arts fund raiser. This little baby, a victim of hurricane
Katrina, received a new home by the end of the event.


players but the 5h player was
an elected official on either
the local or state level.
Nothing like having a bunch
of politicians competing
against each other. Represen-
tative Susan Goldstein's team
won which was rather a nice
touch since Susan was the
honorary co-chair of the
event. Ronald A. Book, PA
sponsored the winners David
Kiley, Kris Lim, David Rivera
and Dustin Phillips. The live
auction Trip to Tahiti went
for over $5,000. Lighthouse


Point jeweler J.R.Dunn
donated a Tag Heuer watch,
scooped up by county
commissioner Jim Scott.

What excitement
last week when
"The Circus
Was In Town." This was the
theme of the 22nd Annual
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce Fine Food and
Wine Festival and Auction.
Held at the newly opened
Club Cinema in Pompano, the
theme seemed to just perfectly
into this rather unusual venue.


Chamber members Ruthie Brooks, vice chair of special events, Linda
Woodhouse, chairperson of The Circus Is in Town, and Gail Farkas, co
chair of The Circus, pause to admire the splendor around them!!


There were silent auction
items galore donated by so
many local merchants making
it almost possible to bid and
win at least one of them. The
food was a whole other
matter.
Top of the Park/Pompano
Park Racing had a memorable
Cajun seafood medley over
angel hair pasta The
Portobello Ravioli from Hot
Tomato Italian Eatery in
Lighthouse Point was a
favorite and led up to the
dessert orgy of ice cream
cakes from the Cold Stone


Creamery and mouthwatering
chocolates from Jimmie's
Chocolates. In addition,
there was an assortment of
international beer and wine
and even a cigar booth for the
more adventurous among us.
The live auction, led by local
realtor Jim Balistreri, pro-
duced some animated bidding
including our favorites, two
darling little stray kitties from
Noah's Ark. The evening
concluded with aerialist
Annette wowing the crowd
with her aerobatic ascent and
decent high above!!


Children in the Arts holds first fundraiser


to support upcoming February competition


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
"The most important
thing we did was to raise the
awareness of this competi-
tion,' said Lee Waldo, who
hosted a fundraiser to
support the Children in the
Arts of Pompano Beach
piano competition last week.
More than 150 people
supported the event, held at
Tom and Lee Waldo's
Hillsboro Bay home.
This gala didn't need a
second chance to make a
first impression on guests as
they strolled into the foyer
that housed a Steinway
Model "M" piano. Local
winners of last year's
competition performed
music they intend to play at
the Feb. 25 event at the
Pompano Beach


Amphitheatre.
These young performers
were scene stealers from the
get-go turning 88 black and
white keys into Bach "Inven-
tions" and Listz sonatas.
The evening brought many
familiar faces to support the
competition.
Doug Everett, former CEO
of the Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce,
accompanied Ann Dufresne,
who was recently selected as
the chamber's newest CEO.
Everett had brought the
Chamber in as an original
sponsor in 1994 when the
competition was launched.
Bob Luptak, owner of
Steinway Gallery in Boca
Raton, and a sponsor of the
competition was also on hand.
"What attracted me to the
group was the caliber of the


students as well as the educa-
tors involved," said Luptak.
"It became obvious that
having Steinway involved
with this type of program
made sense. To have the
support of the city is quite
unusual. It was most inspiring
that children at these ages
come out and perform at such
a high level."
Pompano Beach Vice
Mayor Susan Foster and
husband John were on hand
along with Lighthouse Point
Mayor Fred Schorr and wife,
Laraine.
"I was so very impressed
with the talents of the young
pianists," said Vice Mayor
Foster. "It's important that the
city is part of supporting and
furthering the arts."
The City of Pompano
Beach has been a major


Christopher Ohanian, one of the per-
formers at the fundraiser, joins Vice
mayor Susan Foster at the Steinway
bench. [Photos courtesy of Chris Sisto]
underwriter of the competi-
tion since its inception.
Students of piano must
meet specific standards
required by the Broward
County Music Teachers'


Association prior to the
competition. On Feb. 25, at
the Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center, beginning at 8 a.m.
piano students will com-
pete in three levels from
beginning to advanced.
Each student will perform
before a panel of judges
who critique their perfor-
mances. Winners of the
event play their pieces that
evening at the city's
amphitheatre. The public is
invited to attend at no cost.
The team that put the
event together were Chris
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ward County Sheriff's Office
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State law required the
session after a registered
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The new resident is the
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Predator
Continued from page 13
been convicted of a sex
crime. Sexual predators have
been convicted of sex crimes
more than twice, and a judge
must deem them sexual
predators, Alvarez explained.
"Occasionally a crime is so
terrible the offender is called
a predator from the get-go,"
he said.
The federal Megan's Law
requires predators and
offenders to register with the
sheriff's department within
48 hours of moving to a
community.
Within 24 hours, BSO
notifies schools, daycare
centers and park officials in a
1-1/2-mile radius of a
predator's home. Only a one-
mile radius is required. BSO
also conducts monthly checks
on all registered predators
and offenders and does
quarterly sweeps to do
additional checks on them
with Florida Department of
Law Enforcement and the
Florida Department of
Corrections.
Seventy-five sexual
predators live in Broward
County, 27 of those in areas
serviced by BSO. Broward
County has 1,138 registered
sexual offenders. Pompano
Beach has 136 registered
sexual offenders.
With predators, an abduc-
tion of a child is the excep-
tion rather than the rule,
Alvarez said. "The majority
of sexual offenses occur with
people you know or think you
know, not the stranger we
sometimes talk about."
"After their probation
ends, sexual predators can
have unsupervised contact
with children," Alvarez said.
"They can live within 1,000
feet of a school, park or day
care center, and they could
work with or volunteer with
children."
"While there's nothing to


prevent them from working
with children," Alvarez added
that schools do background
checks on prospective employ-
ees, and they wouldn't pass
the checks. "For safety
reasons," he said, "preschools,
day care centers and volunteer
groups that work with children


also should do background
checks on prospective
workers or volunteers and
check with local police.
"Some cities, however,
including Pompano Beach,
are now restricting [preda-
tors'] movements far more
than that," he added. Alvarez


suggested to this audience that
if any of them-has a problem
with current laws, they should
contact their legislators. He
suggested the website
www.vote-smart.org for area
contacts.
Kathryn Neal, mother of
three, attended the meeting


said, "I don't like that they
can still volunteer."
Those attending the
program received a packet of
information outlining a profile
of the child molester and
offering tips on safeguarding

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Continued from page '12
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Continued on page 18


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RPUD
Continued from page 1

An RPUD, a Residential
Planned Unit Development
zoning, can offer developers
the opportunity to build
beyond any existing zoning
when certain criteria is met.
It is that set of criteria that
is being examined.
Some argue that circum-
venting restrictions previously
imposed can open the door to
inconsistent interpretation of
the RPUD's criteria by city
officials.
How the city came to
this point
In Pompano, over 60
beach side condominiums
face the sea. Their heights
range from a few to over 25
stories.
Early developers shot
condos as high as engineering
and money could take them.
They served seasonal visitors
well, selling in the early days


for a fraction of today's
values.
But in 1977, the city set a
10-story height limit for all
new construction. Most city
leaders wanted to control the
growing concern of building a
concrete canyon that could
destroy beach views.
In 1991, the city instituted
RPUD zoning. The concept
was to allow developers more
flexibility in architectural
design by changing a
property's existing zoning to
fit a builder's plans.
RPUDs are usually limited
to a 60-ft. or five-story height
limitation. But there are
exceptions.
Two RPUDs have
emerged. They are Beach
Colony South at 1116 N.
Ocean Blvd. and the Marquis
about three miles south on
Ocean Boulevard. Their
heights are beyond 60-feet.
But the result of creating
this flexible zoning has been
litigious, and to some resi-


dents, it has threatened the
integrity of life on the beach.
Can this zoning be
fixed?
On Sept. 27, Commis-
sioner Kay McGinn asked the
commission to make changes
in the RPUD zoning ordi-
nance.
First she requested that the
stated five-acre requirement
for an RPUD be strictly
enforced. Some properties
targeted for RPUDs fulfill that
requirement by using virtual
property such as the square
footage of the road that might
bisect the land. Some proper-
ties don't meet the five-acre
requirement. But the city
commission has the right to
"waive" some requirements,
including the acreage.
McGinn also asked the
commission to stick to an 18-
month time-line. Normally, an
RPUD zoning has an 18-
month life cycle. Construction
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reverts to its original form.
But when lawsuits filed
against developers halted
work, the city added a "toll-
ing" period which in effect
stopped the 18-month rule
until the litigation was settled.
Janice Griffin, a resident
and local attorney, has made
numerous suggestions for
updating the RPUD ordi-
nance. "You're not ready to
vote on this," Griffin told the
commission. "I will be happy
to meet with you and the
developers."
State Senator Steve Geller,
who represents clients with
plans for developing a 24-
story condominium project at
1350 S. Ocean Blvd, the
location of a Ramada Inn, was
not present at the meeting.


But his ideas for changing the
ordinance were discussed.
Geller's primary concern
for granting the RPUD was
that new building designs be
compatible with the height of
the surrounding properties.
McGinn, who has been
pushing for RPUD changes
for years, tried to bring the
focus back to her changes.
She asked, "Do you under-
stand? I think some of you are
confused. These changes
should have been made years
ago."
Mayor John Rayson called
McGinn's suggestions
"piecemeal" and asked the
city staff to complete another
RPUD review. -
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Cresthaven Civic Assoc.
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Weaver
Continued from page 1
would live to see the day that
one of the city's showcase
parks would bear his name. It
happened on Saturday, Oct. 1
as Weaver Community Park
was dedicated.
Weaver, 69, came to
Pompano Beach in 1959, after
serving in the U.S. Army in
Germany. That year he met
Annie, a preschool teacher,
whom he married. The
Weavers built Playtown Day
Care Center on Northwest
Third Avenue and served their
community for 30 years
offering high standards in
academics for preschoolers.
Annie, who died last year,
was appointed by Gov. Jeb
Bush to serve as a member of
the North Broward Hospital
Board of Trustees.
In 1973, Karl was elected
as the first African American
city commissioner and
remained active in politics
thereafter.
The new 11-acre park, at
800 NW 16 Place, comes with
pavilions, picnic areas,
playgrounds, basketball
courts, a fitness trail and most


importantly open space.
Bordering on 1-95 it is a
visible statement about
Pompano Beach. Much of the
spark to build this park came
from the Canal Point and
Liberty Park homeowners
associations whose homes
border the park.
"This is a tremendous
honor," said Weaver. "Annie
and I spent our lives serving
our community, our church
and God. I think we did a
good job of telling the au-
thorities that everybody is part
of this world."
The dedication began at 9
a.m. with city manager, Bill
Hargett as master of ceremo-
nies. District 4 Commissioner
E. Pat Larkins spoke of his
long association with Weaver.
Mayor John Rayson called
Weaver a mentor.
The Rev. Henry Jackson
provided the invocation. State
Representative Jack Seiller
attended along with the
architects, city staff and
advisory board members.
Karl Weaver, whose
positive activism took place
over five decades, has
watched the city emerge from
a farming community to an
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Local church to bless animals on Oct. 16


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
St. Francis of Assisi is
known as the patron saint of
animals.
"He had the great ability to
recognize God made manifest
in all of creation," says the
Rev. Paul Kane, associate
pastor at St. Elizabeth of
Hungary Catholic Church.
Kane explained the
significance of the recent
"Blessing of the Animals" at
St. Elizabeth's and other
churches in Pompano Beach.
"Each year we bless all of
God's wonderful creatures
near or on the day of the Feast
of St. Francis." This year that
day was Oct. 4.
At St. Elizabeth's, about
60 people came with pets for


two blessing.events last
Saturday.
"It was wonderful. We
had everything from fish to
turtles, birds, dogs, hamsters,
and gerbils," Kane said. The
animals were blessed together
as a group and then individu-
ally by name with their
families.
Kane said it was pretty
mainstream this time with the
most exotic being a large
African Rhodesian ridgeback
dog. In the past they have had
tarantulas, snakes and even a
rat.
Asked if he worries about
being bitten, the priest
laughed. "No, I'm either
stupid or fearless. It's a great
time and a wonderful lesson
for all of us, especially for
kids. Pets are reminders- to us


Father Bernie spends time with chil-
dren and their pets at last year's event.

all that God is present. To love
a pet is one very tangible way
to show love for God," Kane
said.
People taking part were
invited to make donations to
the Humane Society. "People
are-always very generous, and
it's a wonderful way to
celebrate the memory of St.
Francis of Assisi," Kane said.


Each year the blessing of
the animals is performed in
Catholic and Episcopal
churches
Last week, at St. Nicholas
Episcopal Church in Pompano
Beach, about two dozen
people brought their pets,
including a couple dozen dogs
and a few cats, according to
the Rev. Timothy Thomas,
rector.
The pets included Ja-
maica, a cat that is nervous
around people. "Jamaica was
even more nervous about the
holy water I sprinkled on her
nose," Thomas said.
At St. Martins Episcopal
Church, Atlantic Boulevard
and the Intracoastal Water-
way, Pompano Beach, the
blessing of the animals is set
for 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 16.


Special guests will be
Broward Sheriff's Office
mounted police and deputies
with police dogs. A caravan
of animals also is coming
from the Old McDonald's
Petting Zoo.
"We get all kinds of
animals," said Gerard
Klingenberg, St. Martin's
parish administrator. "Last
year we had a llama, cats,
dogs and parrots. One person
brought a snake."
The Rev. Bernard Pecaro
will perform the blessings on
all the animals, including the
police horses and dogs. The
church is at 140 SE 28th Ave.
at Atlantic Boulevard and the
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8 (3 1/2-inch) packaged
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8 chocolate ice cream cones
Candy corn or licorice
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1. Measure 1 cup chocolate frosting.
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Nearer to God

By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
Sometimes, on my way to
work, I take a short cut
through an adjacent neighbor-
hood and I pass by a house
where each morning a little
old lady is out in front,
Sputtering, planting or just
hanging out in her garden.


She's white haired and
stooped, with hardly the
energy to stand, and yet, she's
out there.
I've seen her pulling
weeds or digging holes with
her hand trowel, and each
time, she is busy doing
something, and always
smiling. When she's feeling
rather tired, she will sit in her
lawn chair bending over to
tend to whatever.
What is it that gets her out
there each morning? It's more
than chores which need to be
done. I believe it's a certain
yearning that some of us feel
to be out in the great creation
called earth and to get up
close and personal.
My mom, who is 75 years
old, sums it up when she tells
me that if she's feeling sad
and lonely, she goes out into
the garden, does some work,


and always feels better.
There is something
rejuvenating, and life affirm-
ing when out on a beautiful
morning, smelling the fresh
air and observing the growing
things. It refreshes our soul to
feel their green energy, and to
see their colorful faces.
Aside from people and
animals, plants are the only
other things that are living
and with which we come into
close contact. It gets boring
after a while hanging out with
spiritless technology and the
inanimate objects of the
home.
Even though plants don't
speak out loud, their language
is powerful. They speak of the
deep mysteries of life and
they tell the great story over
and over again. "One is nearer
God's heart in a garden than
anywhere else on earth.


Scoreboard

Pompano Beach Men's Golf Ass'n. (PBMGA)
Tournament Weds. Oct. 5, 2005
Four Men Teams 2 Best Balls Net Score

Score
1st Paul Thatcher, Everett DeCarlo, Harold Levenson ... 125
2nd Jim Santucci, Wilbur Wolfe, Bill Skerry, Wes Gardner.
...126
3rd Jim Hambrick, Ernie Palinchik, Jack Stockman, Carlos
D'Scott .................... ....... ....... 26
CLOSEST TO THE PIN PALMS COURSE THIRD
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Announcements

OCTOBER BEAD FESTS
October 7th, 8th, 9th
Pompano Beach, Elks Lodge.
October 15th, 16th Havana
FL, The Planters Exchange.
October 29th, 30th Ft Myers,
Clarion Hotel. Announcing
Palm Beach Gardens
November 4th, 5th & 6th
Amara Shrine Temple. Bead,
PMC, & Wire Wrapping
Classes available. Info at-
www.OctoberBeadFests.com
or (866)667-3232.


Auctions

AUCTION!! CASHIERS, NC
October 21, 2005 Commercial
Building on Hwy 107N Lot
37A Sapphire Lakes Golf
Community 10:00 A.M.
Miscellaneous Items 11:00
A.M. Real Estate 10% Buyers
Premium, 10% down, 30 Day
Closing Savage Real Estate &
Auction Co. Inc. NC#7189
GAL#3125 Kenneth Savage
(888)983-0066 Toll-free
(770)718-8297.
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our website for details and
personal assistance.
www.surplusonthe.NET.
(877)215-3010.
Estate Auction 167 +/- acres
- Divided, homesites, hunting,
timberland. October 29,
10:00am Claxton, Evans
County, GA. 10% buyer's
premium. Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388
www.rowellauctions.com GAL
AU-C002594.


Building
Materials

METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors in
stock with all Accessories.
Quick turn around! Delivery
Available Toll Free (888)393-
0335.


Business For
Sale

Service Business FSBO.
Sky's the limit in this large
MILLION DOLLAR business.
http://

For More Info Call (941)485-
9212.


Business
Opportunities

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
Do you earn $800/day? 30
Machines, Free Candy All for
$9,995. (888)629-9968
BO2000033. CALL US: We
will not be undersold!
$2000 PER WEEK NOW -
Own your own travel
business. Enter the exciting
world of travel. Turnkey
training provided PT/FT
$249 minimum investment
Toll-free (800)684-7920.
DATA ENTRY. Work from
anywhere. Flexible Hours, $$
Great Pay $$ Personal
Computer Required. Serious
Inquiries Only. (800)873-0345
Ext. 499.
LOCAL VENDING ROUTE.
Soda, snacks, candy, juices,
water, great equip. and
locations, financing available
w/$7,500 down. Call
(877)843-8726 #B02002-
037.
ALL CASH BUSINESS! Local
Candy Vending Route!
Unlimited Earning Potential.
Includes 30 ALL Metal
Machines with Candy,
Lifetime Warranty. $9,895.
(800)704-5414.


Financial

IMMEDIATE CASH!!! US
Pension Funding pays cash
now for 8 years of your future
pension payments. Call
(800)586-1325 for a FREE,
no-obligation estimate.
www.uspensionfunding.com.
****$500-$50,000++ FREE
CASH GRANTS! 2005!
NEVER REPAY! Personal/
Medical Bills, School, New
Business-Home. As seen on
T.V. NO CREDIT CHECK!
Live Operators! (800)270-
1213 ext.95.


Help Wanted

DELIVER FEMA RV's FOR
PAY! A NATIONAL RV
delivery service has
immediate needs for qualified
contractors to deliver "new"
RV trailers from factories and
dealers to Hurricane relief
sites. This is a great way for
you to help the victims.
Please log on today:
www.horizontransport.com.
CDLA OTR DRIVERS
TEAMS .50 CPM SOLOS .34
CPM 100% DROP & HOOK
HEALTH BENEFITS
ASSIGNED EQUIPMENT
REQUIRE- 1 YEAR OTR
HAZMAT & DOUBLES
(321)202-4406.
Driver- COVENANT
TRANSPORT. Excellent Pay
& Benefits for Experienced
Drivers, O/0, Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students. Bonuses
Available. Refrigerated Now
Available. (888)MORE PAY
(888-667-3729).
Now Hiring for 2005 Postal
Positions $17.50-$59.00+/hr.
Full Benefits/Paid Training
and Vacations No Experience
Necessary (800)584-1775
Reference # 5600.
MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS &
MODELS! Make $75-$250/
day. All ages and faces
wanted! No exp. Required.
FT/PT! (800)714-7565.
$600 WEEKLY Working
through the government part-
time. No Experience. A lot of
Opportunities. (800)493-3688
Code J-14.
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T
Drivers. HOME WEEKENDS.
Mileage Pay, Benefits, 401K.
Trainees Welcome. Miami
area- exp. req. 21 min age/
Class-A CDL Cypress Truck
Lines (800)545-1351.
STABLE CAREER.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!
Positions available for
Experienced CDL Holders.
Also Company Funded Truck
Driver Training offered.
Financial assistance for
Hurricane Victims.
(877)PRIME-JOB.
www.primeinc.com.


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954-942-9366 Home
4301 North Fed. Hwy.,
Lighthouse Point, FL 33064-7058
Always Call the Listing Broker
Roy (954) 784-5333 Office
(954) 415-7686 Cell
I Live In Leisureville


Driver- NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS for
Central Florida Local &
National OTR positions. Food
gradetanker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits,
competitive pay & new
equipment. Need 2 years
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your opportunity
today. (800)741-7950.
Company and 0/0 Needed
87 cents per mile all Dead
head paid + fsc. Call Don
Saltsman CTC Trucking Inc.
(321)639-1522.


Legal Services

ALL Accidents & Injury
Claims. AUTOMOBILE, BIKE/
BOAT/BUS, ANIMAL BITES,
WORKERS
COMPENSATION,
WRONGFUL DEATH,
NURSING HOME INJURIES.
"Protect Your Rights" A-A-A
ATTORNEY Referral Service
(800)733-5342.
NEED A LAWYER? All
Criminal Defense & Personal
Injury. *Felonies *Domestic
Violence *Misdemeanors *DUI
*Traffic *Auto Accident
*Wrongful Death. "Protect
Your Rights" A-A-A Attorney
Referral Service (800)733-
5342.
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS children, etc.
Only one signature required!
*Excludes govt. fees! Call
weekdays (800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-7pm) Alta
Divorce, LLC. Established
1977.


Miscellaneous

Jobsite Leftovers! (7) 48" x
100." x 1/4" at $115.00 each;
(9) 72" x 100" x 1/4" at
$165.00 each. Will deliver,
can install. Everything MUST
GO! Call Now! (888)306-9046.
EARN DEGREE online from
home. *Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Computers. Job
Placement Assistance.
Computer & Financial aid if
qualify. (866)858-2121
www.onlinetidewatertech.com.


Real Estate

North Carolina Gated
Lakefront Community 1.5
acres plus, 90 miles of
shoreline. Never before
offered with 20% pre-
development discounts, 90%
financing. Call (800)709-5253.


BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. ESCAPE THE
HEAT IN THE COOL
BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL
MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN
NC. Homes, Cabins, Acreage
& Investments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC Real
Estate, Murphy
www.cherokeemountainrealty.com
Call for Free Brochure
(800)841-5868.
East Alabama Mountain
Property For Sale One hour
west of Atlanta in Piedmont,
AL Great for enjoyment or
investment 16 acres-
$57,750.00 More information
Call Gary McCurdy
(256)239-8001.
NC MOUNTAINS- 10+ Acres/
Stream/$39,900. Grand
Opening October 22-23.
Spectacular long range views!
Near Blue Ridge Parkway and
Boone. Excellent financing,
roads & utilities. (800)455-
1981, ext. 210.
END OF SEASON BLOW
OUT SALE! CANYON
FERRY CROSSING,
HELENA, MONTANA. Only 8
parcels left in this magnificent
development. Awesome lake
and mountain views, close to
Canyon Ferry Lake, minutes
to Helena. Owner.to pay
closing costs. Call (888)770-
2240.
GRAND OPENING SALE!
Lake Bargains! Water access
from $34,900 w/ FREE Boat
Slips. PAY NO CLOSING
COSTS! Sat & Sun Oct. 15 &
16. Huge pre-construction
savings on beautifully wooded
parcels at 34,000 acre lake
Tennessee. Enjoy unlimited
water recreation. Surrounded
by state forest. Lakefront
available! Excellent financing!
Call now (800)704-3154 X
658.
NC MOUNTAIN CABIN
unfurnished inside, on
mountain top, view, trees,
waterfall & large public lake
nearby. $89,900 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
TENNESSEE-NEW
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY 1+
acre homesites from the 30's.
Private boat slips- limited
availability. Close to
downtown Chattanooga/
Knoxville. Lake access from
community. (866)292-5769.
ASHEVILLE NC AREA-
WATERFRONT &
MOUNTAIN HOMESITES
Gorgeous riverfront, river view
& wooded homesites. 1+
acres from the 40's. Gated
community with amenities
CALL (866)292-5762..


Deadline For Classified Ads is


Wednesday at Noon


Home Delivery

$17.04
in Pompano Beach, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea




954-783-8700


FLORIDA LAND FOR SALE-
Building Lots starting at
$24,900 Fast growing areas.
Great investment opportunity.
For sizes, photos, prices go to
www.FloridaLotsUSA.com or
call (877)983-6600.
"TENNESSEE LAKE
PROPERTIES" Located on
pristine Norris Lake, TVA's
first reservoir. Lakefronts, lake
& mountain views, homes and
land. CALL Lakeside Realty
(423)626-5820
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.
Serene Mountain Golf
Homesite $342/ month.
Breathtaking views. Upscale
golf community set amid Dye
designed 18 hole course in
Carolina Mountains. Near
Asheville NC. A sanctioned
Golf Digest Schools teaching
facility! Call toll-free (800)334-
3253 X 974
www.cherokeevalleysc.com
Price: $69,900, 10% down,
balance financed at 4.94%
fixed, 24 month balloon, OAC.
NEW MEXICO -20 acres
$39,900 Scenic region, views,
canyons, trees, rolling hills,
wildlife. Enjoy hunting, hiking,
horses, great climate. Power,
great access. 100% financing
Call (914)232-5100.
Coastal North Carolina
Waterfront! 3+/- Acres,
$99,900 Beautifully wooded
parcel on deep boatable water
with access to ICW, Atlantic &
sounds. Prime location close
to town. Paved rds, u/g
utilities, county water...
Excellent financing. Call now
(800)732-6601 x 1405.
SOUTH COASTAL
GEORGIA $149,900 FOR A
2+ ACRE DEEPWATER
MARSH LOT $224,900 FOR
A 3+ ACRE OVERSIZED
DEEPWATER LOT 45 min
from Jacksonville /15 min
from St. Simon's. Call today
for appointment. Excellent
Financing available. (877)GA-
OCEAN x 708.
SOUTH COASTAL
GEORGIA 3+ Acres
Deepwater Ocean Access Lot
from just $240 per month!* 45
min from Jacksonville/ 15 min
from St. Simon's Call today
for appointment. Excellent
Financing available. (877)GA-
OCEAN x 703 *monthly pmnt
of $240.32 based on $59,900
purchase price w/10% down
payment of $5,990, $53,910
financed at 5.19% fixed (APR
of 5.55% includes 1%
origination fee) for 3 yrs. 35
monthly payments of $240.32
w/ final payment of $53,910.
Offer void where prohibited by
law.


Steel Buildings

BUILDING SALE! "Last
Chance!" 20x26 Now $3955.
25x30,$5700.30x40,$8300.
40x60, $12,900 Many Others.
Meets 140 M.P.H. Higher
available. One end included.
Pioneer (800)668-5422.


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954-984-9200 Pompano
Beach. 11/04


S CARS FOR SALE
DODGE TRUCK 1998
Dakota. One owner. Very
Clean. V-8. Auto. A/C.
138,000 miles. $6,000. Call
954-415-5758.


DOCK RENTALS
Pompano SE Cypress
Harbor up to 35-feet water,
electric, whips, security lights,
private. No traffic. Hurricane
Safe. No sailboat. $150/mo.
Call 954-946-6684. 10/07


EMPLOYMENT
WANTED
SENIOR CITIZEN'S AIDE.
Reliable Woman who drives
seeks job. Shopping, Doc's
Appt. All Around help. Ref
Avail. Reasonable Rates.
Julia 954-917-7554.10/28


HELP WANTED
FRONT DESK FIT Position.
Weekends required. Good
people/computer skills. Apply
in person Native Sun, 1950 S.
Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach
or fax resume. 954-786-0314.
Handyman Wanted -
Pompano, part-time for
maintenance of small hotel
properties. Must be familiar
with electric, plumbing,
carpentry, painting, lawn care,
and general cleanup. Must
speak some English, have
transportation, be organized,
clean and considerate to
guests. No drugs, alcohol or
criminal record. Must have
references. May lead to full
time work. Call Kathy at (954)
956-8999.
CNAs & MED TECHs senior
community expd., good pay,
Pompano Bch 954-926-5600
or Hollywood 954-942-2233.
KITCHEN MANAGER
needed. Apply in person at
the Flaming Pit Restaurant
. 1150 N. Federal Hwy,
Pompano Beach.


COOKS & SERVERS senior
community expd., good pay,
Pompano Bch 954-926-5600
or Hollywood 954-942-2233.
MEDICAL ASST. or L.P.N.
physicians weight loss Now
Hiring immed. position
available. P/T or FiT. Salary
plus comm. Call Pam 954-
829-1169. mmc
SERVERS W/EXP. Call Joe
or Walter at Umberto's
Pompano Bch 954-784-7110.
mmc.
HIGHLANDS Need Lawn
Cut. You Mower. After 5 p.m.
call 954-941-3443.
OUTSTANDING SALES
ASSISTANT. General Office,
Computer and Sales Support.
Need flexible team player.
Salary/Hourly based on Exp/
Jon 954-984-9200 X 104. 10/
28
PIZZA MAKER & COOKS-
Disalvo's Lighthouse Point.
Call Charlie at 954-781-8330.
mmc
LOCAL COSMETIC
Manufactory Company needs
qualified chemist as consolent
and occasional basic bench
work. 954-907-4587.10/07
POMPANO GIFT BASKET
STORE-looking for part-time
employee. Telephone skills,
gift basket assembly, and
CHEERFUL attitude needed.
Will train. Basket Garden Gifts
954-783-5327.10/07
BEAUTY SALON shampoo
asst/hair-dresser lic. P/T Laud.
By the Sea. 954-771-5472. 10/
14
WANTED HAIR STYLIST- nail
tech, facialist and LMP. Must
have some following, 954-427-
3959/954/868-1894. Mmc
MECHANICS NEEDED- For
diesel & gas engines. Also
boatyard help bottom painting,
etc. 954-421-3443. Mmc
NOW HIRING- delivery
drivers, dish washers,
cashiers, kitchen prep, line
cooks. Peyote Joe's,
Pompano Beach, 954-943-
6000. MMC
POSITIONS OPEN for
Hairstylist/Manicurist and LMT
Massage. All with some
following. Pompano Beach
Location. Call 954-868-1894.
PSc
COCKTAIL WAITRESS -
apply in person at Gary's
Sports Bar Pompano Bowl
2200 N. Federal Hwy. mmc
MANAGER- LIBERTY TAX
OFFICE- Fast growing tax
service seeks manager with
strong cust svc skills and tax
background to supervise local
office. Fax resume to 954-783-
5343 or email to
libertytax@comcast.net 11/18


MISC. FOR SALE
CLOTHING FOR SALE -
Women's sizes 7-9, like new,
400+ items including belts,
gloves, jackets, slacks,


blouses, sweaters, $500
Everything, no separates 954-
394-4138. 10/07


REAL ESTATE
CHARMING UPDATED 2/1
Corner Apt close to beach,
East of Fed. Hwy. $1000/mo
annual. Call Milli Brown. Prud.
FL. 1st R.E. 954-261-9980.
ON THE INTRACOASTAL
Deerfield Bch, Lighthouse Pt.
area 2 Great Condos! 2/2
corner unit, wrap around
balcony, huge windows
$369,900; 1/1 large unit
$269,900. 954-725-6552.
CONDO FOR SALE- Ft.
Lauderdale on Intracoastal, 1
bedroom/1.5 bath, Floor 12,
asking $425,000 Call Bill 954-
599-9503.
WATERFRONT 3br/2.5ba/
1cg, dock, ocean access,
remodeled, pool. Realty
Associates, Glenda (954)
275-0962 $699,000 NEGO.


RENT
SMALL FURNISHED one
room Apt. private entrance.
Full kitchen & bath includes
utilities T.V. & satellite. No
laundry on site. working/ must
be clean and tidy $600/mo.
Plus $600 security call Mr. &
Mrs. Wade 954-785-1312. 10/
07
POMPANO BEACH Large
2B/1 B Condo on Water/
McNab Area. All Tile. Pool.
Dock Available. Cat O.K.
Annual Lease $850/mo. FLS
Call 954-868-9458.
GREAT VIEWS 1/1.5,
Lighthouse, Ocean, Canal,
Covered parking. Beautiful
Grounds. Pool on Canal.
Exercise Rm. Barbecue. +55,
Season/Yearly. 14 St.
Causeway. Pompano Call
954-253-1642.
POMPANO BEACH 1b/1
condo in Cresthaven area
washer/dryer, pool, annual
lease $700/mo. F.S. call
Jackie 954-943-3905.


SERVICES
HOMEMAKER/COMPANION-
part-time and live-in positions
avail, to assist our clients.
Pleasant disposition, flexible
schedule and car a must. Call
954-946-9036 for appoint. FL
AHCA #5795.
DRIVER- will drive you to the
airport, seaport, errands,
appointments, reasonable,
dependable. Call 954-429-
2780, cell 954-295-4531.
THE COMPUTER HELPER.
Pickup and Deliver, Repair
and Configure, Setup and
Explain Windows and Macs.
Unlimited Free Phone
Support. Jim 954-946-2999


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Friday, October 7, 2005


1- The Pomrnn Pe1wsn


It's Time To Set The Record Straight About The

Development On The Ramada Inn Property


Our proposal is for a total of 119 luxury condominiums and townhouses on both sides
of AIA, We will reduce traffic, be compatible in height with our neighbors, increase property
values on A1A, and generate large tax revenues to the City, helping to keep your taxes down.


The most common complaints that we have heard about past developments in Pompano
Beach is that the buildings are too tall for the neighborhoods, that they are too dense,
or that they will generate too much traffic, Although other groups may have tried to
overdevelop Pompano Reach, we have been sensitive to these concerns and have listened
to the opinions and input of our future neighbors.


SThe height of our building will be between the height of our two neighbors.
We are not requesting any flex units, reserve units, LAC or RAC units, etc. We are
only asking to build 25 units/acre, less than many buildings already on A1A. This
density does not include any land in the ocean or the intracoastal.
Our new condominium and townhouses will generate less traffic than the existing
hotel, and far less traffic than a new hotel would generate,
Our anticipated selling price is expected to average well over $1.5 million. This
will increase property values in neighboring buildings (without raising resident's
taxes), while generating millions of dollars in property taxes each year.


We have heard rumors that we're, filling in our Marina (we're not), that our building
will be 30-something stories (it's not) and that we're making traffic worse (we're not).


We look forward to being good neighbors.


Paid for by Ocean Land Investments, Inc.


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