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The Pompano


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Pomoano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea


What's on Your Reading List?
Aimee Hammond, secretary of the Lighthouse
Point Library Teen Advisory Board, Chris
Kowalczyk, a board member, and Molly Smith,
v ice chairperson are shown at the recent citywide
Garage Sale. They're wearing theirofficial board
T-shirt, "Real Readers Wear Pmk."See page 16

Volume XII, Issue 88


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City Manager Bill
Hargett to speak
in Cresthaven

Pompano Beach City Manager Bill
Hargett will be the guest speaker at
the next meeting of Cresthaven
Neighborhood Watch on Thursday,
Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m., St. Elizabeth
Social Hall, 901 N.E. 33rd St., Pom-
pano Beach.
Hargett will discuss items included
in the city's 2006 budget, redevelop-
ment plans and neighborhood im-
provement projects. Also attending
the meeting will be Vice Mayor Susan
Foster, who represents the Cresthaven
neighborhood on the Pompano Beach
City Commission. Hargett and Foster
will be available to answer questions.
The-meeting is open to all residents
and refreshments will be served. For
additional information, call Carol
Waldrop, 954-786-7536.




LBTS moves
forward on capital
improvements.
See page 11
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Cookies & Lemonade for Katrina


Connor Marsh, Chase Kniskem, Jake Farzer, Alana Kniskern, and Cameron Marsh demonstrate that kids can help too by selling
some pretty spectacular chocolate chip cookies and other goodies. See page 12



Pompano tables land-use change that

would pave way for luxury condos


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the emergency before you
room, every
stitch of drive.
clothing will be
removed, and
we'll be probing and touching
and putting medical devices in
every part of you."


Green Market to
open third season


See Page 6


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Changing the land use of the
Ramada Inn, 1350 S. State Road I, or
AIA, will be determined at the first
November meeting of the Pompano


Beach city commission.
The change, which may take
months for a final approval, if it
passes the city, county.and state
bureaucracies, could open the door for
Ocean Land Investments, Inc. to build
a condominium and townhouses on
the property.


That was the rub Tuesday night
when residents raised objections to the
project.
State Senator and Hollywood
attorney Steve Geller, representing the
project, asked the city to consider only
Continued on page 10


2005 Sample-McDougald House

holiday ornament unveiled

SBy Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

In what has become an annual local tradition, the Sample-McDougald
House Preservation Society unveiled its 2005 Holiday ornament recently.
- Local artist Pat Anderson's artwork shows the historic house decorated for the
Siholidays on one side; on the other side Santa Clause is "coming to town" on
Pompano Beach's antique fire truck, "Old 75." The ornament also recognizes
Pompano Beach's All-American City award this year.
Sample-McDougald House volunteer, Margaret White, upon seeing the.
prototype ornament, stated, "Every year I think the Pat Anderson cannot possibly

Continued on page 13


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Young models turn fashion into finds for St. Vincent


DePaul Society and St. Elizabeth Youth Ministry


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

The poster on the door to
the Parish Hall bills this as
"The Fashion Event of the
Year."
What sets this benefit
fashion show apart from
others is that all the clothes
being modeled were selected
right off the racks at a local
thrift store.
Teaming up to produce
the event at St. Elizabeth of
Hungary Catholic Church are
members of the church's high
school group, "Faith Alive,"
and middle school youth
group, "Fired Up." About 35
children are taking part in the
show as models, disc jockey
and emcee.
The show starts at 11 a.m.
Oct. 15, in the parish hall at
3331 NE 10 Terr., Pompano
Beach.


Left Rose Morris, 1O, and her sister Emily Morris, 11,
are among the models in a fashion show set for Satur-
day. Proceeds go to the youth ministry and St. Vincent
DePaul Society at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic
Church. Top Wendy Bourgault, youth ministry direc-
tor, helps Kelli Lewandowski and Amanda Calabria
select thrift shop clothes to model in a fashion show at
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church in Pompano
Beach.


The idea for this show
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"The kids were trying on
the clothes and having so
much fun," Wendy
Bourgault, youth ministry
director at St. Elizabeth's,
recalled. "That's when they
decided to have them model
the clothes for an event."
Fashions range from
beachwear cover-ups to
casual wear and office attire
to designer and bridesmaid
dresses. "People went through
their closets and took out the
best stuff," Bourgault said.
"We have some beautiful
gowns, and there's a beautiful


Christian Dior suit I have my
eye on."
Many of the teen models
wear such small sizes that they
may have to call on a few
adults to help model. "The
kids are enjoying it and were
excited going through the
clothes," Bourgault said.
As she practiced modeling
a bright blue sparkly skirt with
matching tank top, Emily
Morris, 11, said the experience
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one a year. Now we're
helping people and doing
something that's really fun."
Emily's sister ,Rose Morris,
10, is modeling jeans with
rhinestones on the back
pocket, a green sweatshirt and
several dresses. She said she
may buy them all after the
show. The Morris girls are
students at St. Elizabeth's
School.
Amanda Calabria, 17,
clowned around, placing a
long string of pearls on her
head, as sli joined her friend,
Kelli Lewandowski,16, to
select outfits. Both are
members of "Faith Alive."
Helping out with the show
are two moms, Alicia
McDermott and Cynthia
McCormick, who were
models when they were
young. McDermott modeled
in Bolivia.
McCormick, a volunteer at
the St. Vincent DePaul shop,
sorts clothes and conducts a
clothes drive at church. After
this show, the clothes mod-
eled will be available for
purchase for a love donation,
Bourgault explained. And
whatever doesn't sell will be
boxed and sent to Katrina
victims.
Cost for the event, which
includes the fashion show and
lunch, is $8 for adults and $4
for children under 12 if
tickets are purchased in
advance.
They are available at the
church rectory. Tickets for
adults are $10 at the door.
Call 954 254-2316 for more
information.
Proceeds from the show
go to benefit the church's St.
Vincent DePaul Society and
the youth ministry.
The Society buys food for
the food pantry for people
who need help, and it-also
helps the needy in various
other ways.


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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Once a month, up to 50
children can be seen slipping
into red Lowe's aprons and -
safety glasses. With hammer
in hand, they learn basic
carpentry as they put together
bug boxes, jack o'lanterns,
race cars, butterfly houses,
CD holders and more. It all
happens on a designated
Saturday at Lowe's free Kid's
Clinic. On November 12,
boys and girls from ages 2 to
11 are invited to sign up and
join a group making turkey
recipe boxes.
The class is taught by
Installed Sales Manager, Liz
Reynolds who says, "Our
classes start at 10 a.m. and
last one hour. We set up
tables in the commercial
lumber department. I usually
choose a knowledgeable
employee to assist me. We
love watching the proud
children leave with a product.
The older ones often take it
home, paint it and return with
it the next month to show us.
I'd guess that we have at least
10 regulars."
The children must be
accompaniedcby a parent who
stays and participates.
Reynolds says, "They learn
many things such as how to
complete a project by follow-
ing directions, how to ask for
help and not feel ashamed.
There's a sense of teamwork
because they help each other,
even as they learn about


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Reynolds also does private
tours and special clinics for
groups, but they must be
prearranged.
How to clinics for Mom
and Dad
Every Saturday there is a
clinic in a given department
which demonstrates how to
use specific products. The
following How To Clinics are
scheduled for the balance of
October:
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a.m.: In paint, How to repair
and paint dry wall.
Oct. 22, 12 noon: In
electric, How To Conserve
Energy.
Oct. 29, 1 p.m.: in floor-
ing, How to install laminate.
Lowe's holds safety
seminar
Lowe's Home Improve-


Lowe's store manager, Victor Esposito and Liz Reynolds, Installed Sales Manager, meet in the local training area where
they exchange schedule information. Lowe's opened in Citi Place December 6, 2004 where it was warmly welcomed
by local residents who are very enthusiastic about this up to the minute home improvement store.


ment and Thomas D.
Stephanis Boys and Girls
Club in Pompano Beach have
teamed up to sponsor a
Parent/Child Safety Seminar.
40 to 50 families with chil-
dren will attend this seminar
to help families make their
homes a safer place. Person-
nel from Lowe's Citi Place
and Coral Springs will
demonstrate safety products.
Winners of raffle tickets will
go home with $100 worth of
safety products.


Greg Jones, service
director, says, "We're very
grateful that Lowe's has
chosen our Club site for its
Safety Clinic. It's important
for businesses like Lowe's to
become involved in the
community. They have made
a generous donation to the
Thomas D. Stephanis Boys
and Girls Club and they have
hosted our children in their
Kid's Clinic.
The Safety Seminar takes
place from 6 7 p.m. on


October 20, at 212 NW 16th
st. To attend, call Dudley
Hill, 954-941-2697.
About Lowe's, Citi Place
Lowe's opened in Citi
Place at 1851 N. Federal
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distracted when driving with
other kids. There are people
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Left State Rep. Irv Slosberg has been actively lobbying teens to wise up about their driving habits. Slosberg's daughter,
Dori, was killed by a drunk driver in Boca Raton in 1996. Right As teens and their parents entered the medical center,
they were greeted by this car, depicting the results of unsafe driving.


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Janet Morgan got teary-
eyed talking about what she
* had just seen and heard
during a seminar on
"Trauma" ainied at teen
drivers and their parents.
"It touched me," the
Pompano Beach mother of
three teens said after listening
to medical personnel who
treat patients critically injured
in automobile accidents and a
state legislator whose teenage
daughter was killed in a
motor vehicle accident.
"I don't want to go
through that. I don't want to
meet Judy," Morgan said,
referring to trauma surgeon
Dr. Judith Johnson, one of the
speakers.
During the program,
Morgan's son Kevin, 18,
reached over to touch her
several times and assured her
that she wouldn't have to.
With Morgan was Nikki
Gower, an operating room
nurse with two teenage sons.
She felt her boys had learned
from the program. "When you
see it and hear from one who
has gone through it, it hits
home harder," she said. "I
hope this will make an
impact."
Morgan and Gower were
among the 150 persons
packing the conference center
at North Broward Medical
Center, or NBMC, last
Thursday evening. The
program began with a video,
"Don't Go There," produced
by Mothers Against Drunk
Driving, or MADD. In the
video, several teens get in a
car after drinking at a party.
When the driver kisses his
Girlfriend while driving, he
crashes into another vehicle.
The accident resulted in two,
fatalities. A passenger died
en route to a hospital. The
teen driver, who caused the
accident, was sentenced to 15
years for DUI manslaughter.
More than 6,000 teens die
every year in this country due
to alcohol-related accidents,
according to the video. Paula


"I don't want to go through that. I don't want to
meet Judy," one local teen's response to the pro-
gram targeting teens and alcohol


Cassel, regional manager of
North Broward Medical
Center Trauma Services,
welcomed the crowd, telling
them, "We don't want to see
you here." Noting that 50
percent of all motor vehicle
accidents are alcohol-related,
she cautioned, "What you do
affects you and your loved
ones forever."
Through programs such as
this, Cassel said medical
center staff want to minimize
and prevent injury.
Trauma surgeon Dr. Judith
Johnson said two drinks
impair a driver's reflexes. Her


message: Don't drink and
drive and don't get in a car
with someone who has been
drinking or is impaired.
"You have to be aware and
be a responsive driver,"
Johnson said. "Every year just
about every high school loses
at least one person to a fatal
motor vehicle crash, and
Miami and Fort Lauderdale
are the worst places for such
accidents."
"Problem drivers include
people on holiday, on drugs
and drinking," Johnson said.
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ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 88
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: Dottie Hilborn
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
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Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
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Plan now to attend the opening

of the Pompano Beach Green

market, Oct. 29
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

Are your orchids drooping? Are you hankering for a cup of coffee, some
really fresh fish and some farm fresh veggies?
Well hang onto your straw hat because the Pompano Beach Green Market
will fill those needs and more when it opens on Oct. 29.
These Saturday mornings in the Old Down-
town section of Pompano Beach at the inter- -"T'JR[ A
section of Flagler Avenue and Northeast 1
Street offer residents far and near a
morning of shopping and greeting '. "-,
friends.
It's a time to waive aside the bicker-
ing at city hall and talk about a dozen
ways or more to cook that fresh, purple ;
eggplant. .
And don't leave your well-behaved
pets at home either. Do however pack a -
plastic bag or two in case Rover is
inclined to an indiscretion or two.
Have a seat at the Pelican Caf6 for a newspaper read, a cup of coffee or some
Teaphoria Tea.
More than 20 vendors will be on hand with wares that are fresh and unique.
The Orchid Doctor, Capt. Norm's Fresh Fish and others will make shopping
a pleasure.
All proceeds from the Green Market will benefit the city's Historical Soci-
ety, a gallant group of volunteers who are preserving the city's history from the
farming days to the restoration of the Sample-McDougald House. With their
hard work and much needed community support, the day is approaching when
we will be able to stroll through this early mansion and relive this city's history.
The Green Market is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It's easy to enjoy breakfast
or lunch there, depending upon the time you visit.
On Oct. 29, opening day, at 10:30 a.m., the Pompano Beach High School
Band will be on hand when city officials cut, for the third time, the Pepper
Ribbon.
Also, on opening day, The Children in the Arts of Pompano Beach, the city's
annual piano competition will offer a silent auction toyraise funds for the
upcoming Feb. 25, 2006 competition. The Oct. 29 auction piece is an original
design from Charlie Davis at Beacon Light Jewelers at the Shoppes of Beacon
Light. The beautiful gold Pumpkin Pin is studded with jewels, offering a perfect
piece for any'Treat or Treat party on your horizon. Stop by the Pelican Caf6 to
look it over.
And vendors who are interested in selling their wares here still have a chance
to sign up for this season. Call Claudia at 954-913-3236 for information.
And visit www.pompanohistory.com for more information about the Pom-
pano Beach Historical Society and its work.


VIEWPOINTS



Development in


Pompano beach isn't


just about the beach

To the Editor:

First of all thanks to the Pelican for being the one source which keeps
citizens informed regarding seemingly complex development issues in our
city.
Yes, I am one of those "beach residents" concerned with over develop-
ment in my neighborhood. Before you judge me, allow me to point out how
the development problems we are experiencing on the beach may someday
come to roost in your own neighborhood.
1. Large scale development will not occur only on the beach
Broward County is in the midst of a population boom. Recently Com-
missioner George Brummer pointed out that Broward County will grow by
one million new residents and we must face the fact that Pompano is becom-
ing a high density, metropolitan city.
Today the beach area is bearing the brunt of proposed development, but
as growth continues all Pompano residents will begin to confront develop-
ment issues in their neighborhoods. So, as you watch commission meetings
with concerned beach residents protesting large scale developments, think
about what future developers may have in mind for your neighborhood.
What projects might developers propose for casino development?
2. Rules are meant to be broken
You can not count on the existing rules to protect you. For example, the
city's RPUD zoning rules adopted in 1991 limits such projects to 60 feet
(five stories). Since these rules have been established the city has had two
RPUD developments, both of which exceeded the 60 foot limitation.
3. Developers and Lobbyists are not always your friend
Development is about money. When a project comes to your neighbor-
hood you need to understand that the developer's primary interest is to
maximize profit and they will go to great lengths to do so. A developer's
lobbyist (a state senator) facing the 10 story limitation, is proposing that
future development be permitted to be the same size as the adjacent prop-
erty- his project adjoins a building built before the 10 story limitation was
established. If his "compromise" is not accepted, his client will load as
many units on the property as possible hardly a neighbor friendly position.
However, is this "compromise" good for the neighborhood? It would set a
bad precedent and likely mean that North Ocean Boulevard would become a
condo canyon similar to portions of South Ocean Boulevard and the Galt.
Another development firm recently showed up at a P& Z meeting with
plans for a 20 story beach condo on a small parcel of land. In presenting the
20-story design the developers' team proudly reported that its plans were
actually presented to and endorsed by the adjoining property owners! This
was not so, and the residents of the adjoining properties in attendance asked
to respond to this misinformation. Unfortunately, the board, by a split vote,
decided not to give the neighborhood residents an opportunity to speak and
then voted to pass the design on to the city commission.
4. Your elected officials will not lead
For years your elected officials have been unable to adopt a vision and
clear set of rules for development in our city. At a recent commission
meeting, one commissioner pointed out that they have been talking about
this for years and it is time to make a decision. Do not expect action soon,
as a majority of the commission then voted to consider a "comprehensive
review" of the entire zoning code. This failure to act fosters friction in our
community. The developers believe anything is possible aiid residents learn
to mistrust the process.
5. All Development is not bad
Smart development is good. It raises property values, increases the tax
base and enhances our lifestyle. There are a number of good examples of
smart development in our city. Recent developments in the beach area are
beautiful and will be a welcome addition. However, we should not allow
development for development's sake. Poor development policies bring
future infrastructure problems, traffic congestion and deterioration of our
lifestyle. Also, we must be mindful that South Florida's ecology is fragile,
our water supply is limited and hurricanes visit us on occasion.
Hopefully some of the issues confronting the residents of the barrier
island will not come to your neighborhood, but do not count on it.
Scott Milinski


6 The Pompano Pelican


Friday, October 14, 2005










Katrina green-waste turned into useful mulch


Ask Mother

Nature
By Norbert Izworski
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Q. What is one of the
recommendations that the
Solid Waste Association of
North America made to


Louisiana regarding Hurri-
cane Katrina clean up?
A. With such a colossal
task, the main priority is to
focus on the clean up activi-
ties that will be the quickest to
implement, and with the least
amount of human exposure to
toxic materials. One of the
recommendations is to collect


green-waste such as tree
limbs, stumps, leaves, grass
and so forth, grind it up and
then either compost it or use it
as fuel.
This is exactly what East
Baton Rouge Parish started
several weeks ago. Katrina
blew down about 600 to 700
trees in East Baton rouge


Parish, creating an estimated
400,000 cubic yards of woody
waste.
Glenn Cavin of the De-
partment of Public Works
(DPW) says they have
assembled all the local and
out-of-state resources they
can in order to collect up all
of this green matter. The


parish's trash collection
contractor, BFI, has hired
over 70 subcontractors from
as far away as Texas and
Arkansas to collect the green
waste. DPW has decided to
chip and grind the woody
waste into mulch rather than
allow open burning, because
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2331 NE 26 Ave., Pompano Beach,
will host its annual Halloween
Monster Concert, Oct. 31 at 7 p.m.
Tom Trenney, organist, will accom-
pany the original 1925 silent film,
Phantom of the Opera starring Lon
Chaney.
The concert promises fun and
fright for all ages! Dracula will also
appear performing the famous Bach
Toccata and Fugue in d minor.
Audience costumes are encouraged!
The concert is free to the public.
Free-will offerings will be re-
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and childcare is available with
reservations the day prior.
For more information call 954
941-2308.

Deerfield Beach
Chamber sets
business event
Deerfield Beach Chamber of
Commerce will hold a Business
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5:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at Bru's
Room, 123 NE 20 Ave., Deerfield
Beach.
Cost is $15 for members and $20
for non-members. Call 954-427-
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Jacobs to speak at
Democratic Club

The North Broward Democratic
Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 26
at 7:30 p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson
Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano
Beach.
Broward County Mayor Kristin
Jacobs will speak on hurricane
preparations and Pompano Beach
redevelopment.

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beach

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variety of mediums, including hand-
crafted jewelry, clothing and acces-
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Mangia-Bene owners, Thomas Bertorelli and Bruce Saper are proud of their authentic Italian kitchen where family and traditional recipes from Naples,
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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Step inside Mangia-Bene at 3150
N. Federal Hwy., Lighthouse Point,
and the ambiance of an upscale,
Italian white tablecloth restaurant is
quickly apparent. The smells of
wonderful things cooking, an attrac-
tive, spacious dining room and a full
service bar welcome first time cus-
tomers.
Opened just this past winter,
owners Thomas Bertorelli and Bruce
Saper are pleased with the public's
response to Mangia-Bene. Bertorelli
says, "Our goal is good service,
quality food and huge portions." Saper
chimes in, "We wanted to provide our
patrons with authentic Italian cooking,
like the kind we ourselves eat at
home."
In a relatively short time, the
owners are happy to see repeat and
referred business coming from Delray,
Boynton Beach, Parkland, Boca Raton
as well as Lighthouse Point and the
immediate area. Though both owners
are familiar with the kitchen opera-
tion, they run the front and leave the
food preparations to Chef Gaetano
and his two Italian sou chefs. "Chef
Gaetano was born and raised in
Palermo, Sicily," Saper says. "He
follows some of our favorite family
recipes and introduces his own. Our
menu reflects recipes from Naples,
Calabria and Sicily. Everything is


fresh. No cans used."
Bertorelli came to Florida about
seven years ago. He has been C.O.O.
[Chief Operating Officer] for Mark's
Las Olas, Mizner Park, South Beach
and Citi Place. Now, along with Saper
whose wife, Marygrace is a long time
friend of the Bertorelli family, they
are totally focused on the success of
their new restaurant.
Bertorelli describes several of the
most popular menu items, each of
which is served with either a veg-
etable or pasta.
Yellowtail snapper Siciliana.
Snapper is saut6ed with butter, lemon
and white wine, topped with finely
chopped fresh tomato and eggplant.
Another, Seafood Marechiaro is an
assortment of seafood, swordfish,
snapper, grouper, clams, scallops and
mussels cooked in a delicate wine
sauce and served over linguini.
Chicken Rollatini. Chicken breast
is rolled with spinach, mozzarella
cheese, garlic and topped with fresh
plum tomatoes.
There's a $14 sunset dinner for
those who prefer early dining. It
includes soup or salad, a wide variety
of chicken, veal and fish entrees and
dessert.
"Of course the regular menu is
available at all times," Saper adds.
"Our goal is to translate our love
for food and family to our customers,"
Bertorelli smiles. Nodding in agree-
ment, Saper reads the following, hand


written history of this restaurant,
which will appear on the new menu.
"In a time, not long ago, two
families, The Curra's and the
Bertorelli's met most Sundays for
dinner. The dinner started at 2 p.m.
and usually ended at about 5 p.m.
Momma Curra started the sauce made
with fresh tomatoes many hours before
everyone's arrival and with the help of
her daughter, Marygrace, prepared an
Italian feast enjoyed by all.
"The families were bound by the
love of great food, freshly made by
Momma and Marygrace. Everything
including family, politics and sports
was discussed at dinner, but never ask
Momma for her recipes. The recipes
were passed from grandmother to
Momma and shared only by
Marygrace.
"Now, for the first time, Marygrace
shares these Neapolitan secret recipes
with South Florida. All of our food is
prepared fresh daily by our Italian
chefs using only the freshest ingredi-
ents, and the highest quality fish, meat,
veal and chicken. The sauces are
created-using fresh tomatoes delivered
daily which are simmered to perfec-
tion. There are no canned sauces at
Mangia Bene. Fresh food takes a little
longer to prepare and it is worth the
wait."
"This bit of family history certainly


Continued on page 9


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Nice truck, but you can't park


it here, says LBTS commission


to volunteer fire department


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Volunteer firefighter Jim
Silverstone came to the Lau-
derdale-by-the-Sea Town Com-
mission meeting looking for
their blessing.
The department had just
purchased a used truck to use
for training, he reported.
"We got the truck with
donated money. Each member
of the department paid $12.50
a month out of incentive pay
for upkeep," Silverstone said.
"We're asking for your
Blessing to use it."
He said the 1985 model
truck has 15,000 miles on it
and is in pristine condition.
The truck would be mainly
for training and be used as an
auxiliary reserve truck.
Vice Mayor Ed Kennedy
was incensed.
"Who's in charge? You
guys just go out and buy a fire
truck? I'm a stickler for the
chain of command. It's one of
the problems I have with your
organization. You unilaterally
can go off and do things.
Maybe that's the way you
operated years ago, but now
there's a chain of command.
We have a commission, and
we have a contract with the
Broward Sheriff's Office, or
BSO.
"Do you have the authority
to go out and buy whatever
you want to buy?" Kennedy
persisted. "You have a
contract with BSO; we have a
contract with BSO. This is a
problem I've had with your
organization since I first sat
on this dais."
Silverstone said the entire
membership of the 70-plus-
member department voted for
the truck.
"You've got four or five
guys on your board who want
a truck, and the entire mem-
bership votes for it. It's very
inappropriate, and you
certainly don't have my


blessing," Kennedy said.
Silverstone said he was
sorry to hear that.
Mayor Oliver Parker said
he didn't see why the volun-
teer department couldn't buy



Katrina waste
Continuedfrom page 7

chipping is cleaner and faster
than burning, and burning
creates huge amounts of ash
that needs to be buried in a
landfill.
Lynn Henslee of Natural
Resource Recovery Inc.,
(NRRI) the parish's woody
waste recycler, says individu-
als can haul woody waste
themselves to one of three
sites. They also have mobile
grinding services to help
outlying communities dispose


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a vehicle for training pur-
poses. "We don't have to buy
a truck. They bought it. They
have a $20 million insurance
policy, and they're donating

Continued on page 17


of their debris.
NRRI is composting the
waste and selling it as part of
its "Nature's Best Organics"
brand of organic mulches. In
this way, the company is
handling about 10,000 cubic
yards per day. A typical
pick-up truck can haul one
cubic yard of material, so this
volume is equivalent to
10,000 pick-up trucks full of
green waste.
Composting of green
matter would be a great way
for us to reduce the amount of
trash going to our landfill,
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Mangia Bene

Continued from page 8
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Bertorelli adds, "Our rewards in
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very pleased when we see them


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Land use

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the land change use, from
commercial to residential,
and not the proposed RPUD
zoning.
Geller's appearance at the
meeting was to appeal the
ruling of the city's planning
and zoning board's [P&Z]
earlier denial of the land use
plan.
The city commission has
the right to overrule P & Z
board rulings. When it was
obvious that the city was


leaning toward a denial of the
appeal, Geller asked the
commission to table the issue
until November.
During that time, Geller's
clients plan to meet with
neighboring condominium
owners and boards in an
attempt to find a compromise
that would appeal to both
sides.
If the land use passes,
Ocean Land Investments, Inc
would request a Residential
Planned Unit Development, or
RPUD zoning, that would
allow the company to build a
119-unit condominium on the


east and town homes on the
west side of AIA.
But it was the RPUD
zoning that took up two hours
of debate.
"There is an astonishing
amount of misinformation
about this project," said
Geller, who was interrupted
several times by audience
members with laughs and
hisses.
Geller added that the
community's reluctance to
understand the project had
reached a personal level.
Commissioner Kay
McGinn retorted. "Nobody's


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you deserve. If you want to
see this project built in your
lifetime, I suggest you change
your plans," she said.
McGinn had alerted beach
residents to attend the meeting
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condominium lobbies.
Residents feared that the
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story hotels on the property.
Rayson found that option
to be favorable in a city that
needs more "luxury" hotels.
But Geller said 10-story
luxury hotels don't exist. He
added that his clients' pro-
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that would sell in the $2
million price range on the
beach and less than that west
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Geller explained that.the
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compatible with the neighbor-
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AIA would show a significant
decrease, citing that vacation-
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than condominium owners
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Geller and Rayson are
longtime former colleagues in
the state senate and house. To
some that presented a conflict.
One beach resident asked
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City Attorney Gordon
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McGinn moved that the
appeal be tabled to Novem-
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LBTS gives manager OK

to borrow funds for

capital improvements


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea Town Commission
approved Town Manager
Robert Baldwin's request to
borrow $7 million this fiscal
year to speed up key projects
in the town's ongoing $80
million Capital Improvement
Program, or CIP.
Two CIP projects are
currently underway. The first
is the four new beach portals
at Pine, Washingtonia, Datura
and Hibiscus avenues. When
done, there will be five
S htfp lamrmy'
open to the
public.
The second project in-
volves the installation of
sewers in Terra Mar, Bel Air,
the Palm Club and on Sunset
Lane. The $5 million project
provides sanitary sewers to
residents in those neighbor-
hoods.
Baldwin said the principal
reason he recommended
borrowing the $7 million
versus paying as you go is so
that key capital improvement
projects could be completed
for the general public and
town taxpayers sooner rather
than later.
The additional money the
town is borrowing this fiscal
year breaks down as follows:
$1 million for additional
storm sewers townwide
$2 million for parking
improvements and parking
space acquisition downtown.
$4 million for several
capital improvements, includ-
ing upgrading sidewalks and
decorative street lighting for
North Seagrape Drive.
Because of current low
interest rates and extending
the loan terms, Baldwin said
the town is able to borrow the
additional funds without
increasing taxes to pay off the
debt.
However, Baldwin cau-


tioned the commission that it
would be necessary to
continue its past practice of
prudence when spending
town resources.
Over the past several years
under the town's CIP, LBTS
has completed numerous
projects:
Provided funds with the
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) to
beautify State Road A1A and
Commercial Boulevard,
providing drainage, pedes-
trian and traffic signals, lane
reconfiguration, landscaping,
brick pavers and new colored
sidewalks.
Installed decorative sign
poles townwide.
Improved drainage and '
upgraded landscaping
townwide.
Upgraded street lighting
at SR Road A1A & Commer-
cial Boulevard.
Added sidewalks,
lighting, landscaping and
drainage to South Seagrape
Drive, which was also
resurfaced.
Developed Municipal
Park behind town hall par-
tially with state funds.
Built the Marie and
Stanley White Palm Portal on
Palm Avenue.
Buried cable, electric
and other utility lines on State
Road A1A in the north end of
town.
Rebuilt and converted
the town's sewer lift stations
to below ground facilities.
Videotaped, cleaned and
repaired sewer lines to repair
and prevent leaks.
Acquired land for
metered parking on
Bougainvilla Drive.
Developed Washingtonia
Park on El Mar Drive with
Broward County.
Acquired land and
constructed a parking lot,
adding 24 parking spaces
along El Mar Drive.


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


Katrina victims get aid from Lighthouse Point, local


students honored by Exchange Club members


By Sandy Johnson and
Lee Waldo
SOCIAL MATTERS


Lighthouse Point
residents watched
with horror at the
hardships Katrina and Rita
victims. A group of Light-
house Point came up with a
unique idea of how the city
might help. This month city
residents

citywide
garage sale
with pro-
ceeds ben- ,
fitting
hurricane
victims. '
After an
inconvenient
early morn-
ing shower,
the day was a
smashing Lee Waldo and
success. Sandy Johnson
Many streets
had one central location and
the folks from that street
brought all their "goodies" to
that spot for the sale. Neigh-
bors were quickly buying up
their own neighbors' "trash."
Many local children got
involved selling homemade
cookies, brownies, lemonade
etc. What a wonderful way to
teach children civic responsi-
bility at such an early age!
At 5 o'clock the folks
brought their proceeds to Dan
Witt Park where everyone
enjoyed an old-fashioned
family gathering with hot
dogs, hamburgers and live
entertainment from The
World Famous Low Tides
Music.
0 *
ant to learn
how to make a
flower ar-
rangement but don't know
where to start? How about
joining the Garden Club of
Lighthouse Point at its "Fun
with Flowers" workshop?
Conducted by Cindy Reiger,
CFAA, this is an opportunity
to "Make and Take" your
very own floral arrangement.
Garden Club members will be
assigned to each novice to
help them perfect the art of
arranging. Check the What's
Upcoming section for all the
details.

A another interesting
event upcoming is
the grand opening
of Jimmy Buffet's Cheesebur-


SchoolBoardSuperintendentFrankTill,Lighthouse PointCommissione Members of the Soroptimist Club turned out in mass to enjoy dinner last week
Mike Long and State Representative Ellen at Carrabba's Restaurant in Pompano. The evening started with a service
Bogdanoff prepare for the VISTA Community Golf Tournament night at Laraine Schorr's house to benefit Habitat for Humanity and then
to benefit ARC Broward. moved to Carrabbas where funds from the evening were being donated to
Hurricane Relief.


It Takes a City -
Mayor Fred Schorr
is joined by his
wife, Larainne, and
residents of
Lighthouse Point at
the citywide garage
sale. The sale raised
$17,000 for the
victims of Katrina.
[Photos by Sandy
Johnson]


Exchange Club members Chip LaMarca and Chip North along with
academic honorees from local high schools.


ger in Paradise restaurant at
the Fashion Mall in Planta-
tion. What makes it memo-
rable is that it is going to be a
fundraiser for the Make-A-
Wish Foundation. You will be
able to enjoy the evening with
none other than Mr. Buffet
himself! All hard core
Parrotheads out there need to
jump right on this! Jimmy
will be strolling the crowd all
evening so you will get a
chance to chat with Mr.
Margaritaville.

t the weekly
meeting of the
Exchange Club of
Pompano Beach, 12 local
high school students were
honored for outstanding
academic achievement.
Maria Restrebo and An-
thony Tran from Blanche
Ely, Nathan Revell and
Elisabeth Bibisi from High-
lands Christian, Meghan
Kull and Joe Gilday from
Cardinal Gibbons, Lynn-
Holly Squire and Dean
Johnson from Deerfield High
School, Anthony Huynh and
Fanny Martinez from
Coconut Creek High and
Todd Marriott and
Antonette Lee from Pom-
pano High. Each quarter, the
club education chair, Jim
Balistreri, invites the teachers
and counselors to recommend
students for this prestigious
award. The students are


invited to attend an Ex-
change Club lunch meeting
where they are presented
with a plaque honoring their
achievement. The students
are asked to tell club mem-
bers about their goals, career
plans and the person who
has had the most positive
influence on them. The
Exchange Club is also
involved with a wide diver-
sity of students by support-


ing other educational programs
in the community including
drop out prevention, special
education and tutoring assis-
tance.

P eter and Mary
Wright gave a
wonderful christen-
ing to their new outdoor
entertainment area by hosting a
fabulous party recently. Per-
haps the highlight of the


evening was the pleasure of
seeing John and Dorothy
Ghee in town and in their
party mode. Eunice
Hamblen was the paparazzi
of the evening and her camera
missed nothing at all that was
going on with the troops!
Sun-Sentinel Editor Earl
Maucker and his wife Betsy
were part of the evening as

Continued on page 14


Jacobs honored by museum association


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Broward County Mayor
Kristin Jacobs, a Pompano
Beach resident, was
recently recognized by the
Florida Association of
Museums, or FAM, for her
support and advocacy for
museums and historic
preservation. At its annual
meeting in Naples, FAM
named Mayor Jacobs its
2005 Outstanding Public
Official.
At the awards cer-
emony, Daniel E. Stetson,
executive director of the
Polk Art Museum, said
that based on her
grassroots involvement in
support of museums and
historic sites, her initiative
to establish an on-going
source of funding at the


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Dan Hobby presents the Florida Association of Museum's Outstanding
Public Official Award to Broward County Mayor Kristin Jacobs.


county level for historic
preservation and restoration,
and her commitment to im-
proving the quality of life in
Broward County, Mayor
Jacobs had been the obvious
choice for the state-wide
award.
Scheduling conflicts


prevented Mayor Jacobs
from attending the cer-
emonies in Naples.
Accepting the award on
her behalf, Pompano
Beach Historical Society


Continued on page 15


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TC Davis, Pompano

Pioneer to be honored by

historical society


By Bud Garner
POMPANO BEACH CITY
HISTORIAN

TC Davis a resident of
Pompano Beach, residing at
1540 NW 4 Ave was born in
Pelham, Ga
in 1919.
TC


arrived in
Pompano by
automobile,
in the year,
1943. with
his wife,
Alberta,


DAVIS


now deceased and three sons,
TC and his family first
lived in the "projects" that
was the farm labor camp
located out West of Pompano
on Hammonville Rd.
On the day they arrived,
after unloading their car, TC
and his two oldest boys
boarded a bus to go to work in
the vegetable fields.
TC was employed to work
in the fields by Bud Lyons,
one of the larger vegetable
farmers, packers and shippers
of winter vegetables in the
South Florida area.
The fields he worked in
were located West of Pom-
pano in the small community
of Hammondville, later to
become Margate and parts of
Coconut Creek.
TC would travel North to
New Jersey when the farming
season ended in South Florida
sometimes in late April or
early May. TC says this was
really hard on his family but
the work situation was not
that great in the summertime
in South Florida and he says
"he had to do what he had to
do."
TC was concerned for his
family. He found a job
working at Port Everglades
unloading ships. This allowed
him to begin the long, slow
climb towards providing a
stable home for his family.
TC found an even better
job in the construction
business and worked for
Brown Construction doing
masonry work until he retired.
TC was fortunate to see his
Children go from the elemen-
tary schools then on to
graduating from Pompano
Beach High School.
TC and his family were
able to move into their own
home in Sanders park in the
year 1950.
He is proud of his accom-
plishments and of his being
able to see and be a part of the
development of Pompano.


Meet and chat with
Pompano Beach Pioneers
at the Pompano Beach
Historical Society
meeting, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m.
217 NE 4 Ave. The public
is invited. Call 954-786-
4047.

Pompano Beach is fortu-
nate to have men of such.
calibre as TC Davis and the
Historical Society and Bro-
ward County Historical
Commission is honored to be
able to bring his accomplish-
ments to the forefront of our
great city.


Ornament
Continued from page 1

top herself, and then she goes
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two years have completely
sold out. Last year's edition
also sold out, but additional
ornaments were obtained, and
a few are still available.
The 2005 Sample-
McDougald ornaments can be
pre-ordered for $20.00 each.
Please add $4.00 for postage
and handling, per ornament,


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Social matters
Continued from page 12
well.

he Lighthouse
Point Library will
host its annual
fund raising dinner with live
and silent auctions next
Friday. Rumor has it that
Karen Deleuze and her band
of helpers have acquired
items to be auctioned of
outstanding quality and
quantity too! Starting out in a
store front 40 years ago, the
library has certainly come a
long way! Expansion of the
current library is due to start
in January. The funds from
the gala will be used to
furnish and equip the interior
of the new building. Library
Director Doreen Gauthier
has been working frantically
with architects, builders, and
designers to make this the
showplace of the county!
What's Up:
Fun with Flowers
Workshop, Lighthouse Point
Garden Club, Saturday Oct.
15, 10:30 a.m., St. Paul's
Education Hall, $10 (includes
instruction and all supplies),
Call Jane Udell 954-426-
4881.
Friends of the Light-
house Point Library Annual
Library Celebration and
Fundraiser, Friday, October
21,6 p.m., Hillsboro Club,
$70. Call 954-946-6398.
Jimmy Buffet's Grand
Opening Cheeseburger in
Paradise, Monday Oct. 17, 6-
9, Plantation Fashion Mall,
$250., Call Melissa Venditti
954-967-9474 ext. 312.
Celebrity Murder
Mystery, Lighthouse Point
Women's Club, Thursday,
Oct. 20, Lighthouse Point
Yacht Club, $40. Call Taryn
Palo 954-783-4399.
Mayor's Challenge Golf
Tournament, Pompano
Beach Rotary Dec. 2, Pom-
pano Municipal Golf Course,
1p.m. Call Dan Cline 954-
566-1100


Lowes
Continued from page 4
in Lighthouse Point.
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and is in charge of all installa-
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well as the community clinics
which have become very


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tants, she is responsible for
all out-of-store installations
in seven departments includ-
ing kitchen remodeling,
flooring, roofing, home
decor, plumbing, windows,
doors, fencing, major appli-
ances, ceiling fans and light
fixtures.


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Jacobs
Continued from page 12
and Sample-McDougald
House Preservation Society
Executive Director Dan
Hobby extended to the
audience Mayor Jacobs'
heartfelt appreciation for
being so honored. He noted
that while many elected
officials are supportive of


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Lighthouse Point teens beef up library offerings to peers


By Judy Vik
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Area teen-agers are
advising Lighthouse Point
Library staff on how to attract
young people to the library.
Sally Clark, children's and
young adults' librarian says
the idea is to get teens into the
library. They advise staff on
which books, videos and
DVDs the library should stock
and the teens get community
service hours for their work.
Most recently, the teen
board conducted a drive for
children's books and videos
during the citywide garage
sale for Katrina victims. They
ended up sending 15 cartons
of books and DVDs to
hurricane victims in Missis-
sippi.
Thirteen teens currently
serve on the board, and Clark
said they are looking for
additional members. "We're
looking for any enthusiastic
teen who antss to participate.
They don't have to be resi-
dents of Lighthouse Point,
and there's no charge or fee to
take part."
The board meets monthly
to plan activities.
Sam Sargent of Lighthouse
Point, a junior at Deerfield
Beach High School, chairs the
Teen Board and has been a
board member since its
inception last year.
"It's a very good opportu-
nity to get more kids into the
library and promote the
activities that the children's
and young readers' coordina-
tor does," he said. "Prior to
formation of the teen board,
there hadn't been enough teen
involvement in the library."
Sargent hopes more kids will
get involved in the library's
activities.
On Tuesday, he said the
board planned to discuss the
"Teen Read Week," set for
Oct. 16-22 and a regional
S meeting of library teen boards
at the Lighthouse Point
Library. "We're trying to
spearhead a meeting for all
the other teen library boards


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Members of the Lighthouse Point Library's Teen Advisory Board are shown at their first meeting for the school year. From left they are Joey Lancos, Aimee
Hammond, Molly Smith, Matt Bodnar, past chairperson; Sam Sargent, chairperson; Chris Kowalczyk, Michael Cooper, Kevin Woodmansee,Delese Kommeyer,
Ben Sargent and Stephanie Inserra. Members who are not in the photo are Mary Erdman, Ashley Henn, Kevin Krutek, Stephanie Waldrop and Brian Zimmerman.


in the county to come to
Lighthouse Point to share
ideas," he said.
Molly Smith of Lighthouse
Point, vice chairman of the
board, said she has been
coming to the library since
she was born. She wants to
give back to the community
by serving on the board.
Smith, 15, a student at
North Broward Preparatory
School in Coconut Creek,
helped at the book drive
during the garage sale and
over the summer she tutored


children who failed FCAT or
needed help in reading.
During the summer,
working as a partner with
Norcrest Elementary School
in Pompano Beach, board
members helped third-graders
who were at risk of failing.
They worked individually
with children improve their
reading.
Smith said the board also
has a cart in the library of
books they've read or that are
age appropriate for middle
school to high school stu-


dents.
She loves being part of the
board. "It's my favorite of the
extracurricular things I do,"
Smith said. And while the
teens get community service
hours, she said, "the main
focus is community out-
reach."
Some of the board mem-
bers are home schooled, so
this gives them a chance to
come out and be with other
teens while doing community
service.
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include the city holiday
celebration, Lighthouse
Aglow in December, a bake
sale for the library and the
city's 50th anniversary
celebration Feb. 11 with a
parade.
Last year one of the artistic
board members, Anne
Schoppneyer, created a
Christmas wreath which was
displayed in the library and
signed by library patrons. The
wreath was presented to a
nursing home in Pompano
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to stay safe when you're
getting in a 2-ton vehicle,"
she advised. "God forbid
you're going 80 on the
Sawgrass. How long do you
think it will take to stop?"
Phil Ragusa, emergency
room nurse manager, painted
a gruesome picture of what
happens to victims, starting
with paramedics inserting IV
lines in the ambulance.
"When you get to the
emergency room, every stitch
of clothing will be removed,
and we'll be probing and
touching and putting medical
devices in every part of you,"
he said.
"The choices you make
can have a traumatic effect,"
* he warned, advising this
audience to ".. choose
wisely. When parents lose a
child, 50 percent of the
marriages end in divorce.
Siblings frequently end up in
psychiatric counseling,"
Ragusa said.
After watching a video,
"Dor's Song," about Dori
Slosberg, one of five teens
who died in a 1996 car
accident in Boca Raton, the
audience heard from her
father, State Rep. Irv
Slosberg, who said he still
can't believe it happened to
his family.
The night of the accident
he had driven his twin daugh-
ters to the movies. "Unfortu-
nately, kids lie," he said,
recalling how his girls and
their friends snuck out of the
movie and got in a car with a
19-year-old guy they had
never met before.
"He drove 110 mph on
Palmetto Park Road, lost
control of the vehicle and
crashed into another car,"
Slosberg said. None of the
backseat passengers wore a
seatbelt. One girl wound up a
quadriplegic.
In Broward County, teen
fatalities in motor vehicle
accidents are up 40 percent
from last year. "We're not
doing well," Slosberg said.
He urged those in this
audience to wear their seat
belts. In the last session of the
Florida Legislature, laws were
passed allowing police to pull
you over if you're not wear-
ing a seatbelt. Drivers can get
a $280 ticket.
"I'm a tough lawmaker,
tough because I lived through
this. I want to make sure your
parents don't go through what
I did," he said. "If you're 16,
a driver should have only one
other teen in the car besides
siblings or relatives. And if
you're 21 or under, don't talk
on a cell phone while driv-
ing."
Dr. Khalil Burshan,


"When you get to the emergency room, every
stitch of clothing will be removed, and we'll be
probing and touching and putting medical devices
in every part of you." Ragusa


medical director of the
Trauma Service Unit, asked
about the motorcycle helmet
law, noting that hospital staff
are treating an increased
number of motorcycle acci-
dent victims.
Slosberg said the law
requiring motorcyclists to
wear helmets was repealed in
1999. "Senior management in
the legislature like to ride
motorcycles without helmets,
but they're being term-limited
out," he said. Slosberg plans
to bring back the helmet law
for consideration.
Donna Bowers of Light-


Fire Truck

Continued from page 9

funds for its upkeep."
He said the question was
where are they going to put it,
asking Silverstone, "You want
the blessing of the town to put
it on the pad?"
The pad is a space located
behind city hall.
"They're a corporation.
They can buy a truck," said
Commissioner David
Wessels. "Now they need a
place to park it. It would have
been nice to at least consult
us," he said, noting commis-
sioners could now be hard-
nosed about it and not allow
them to park it.
Silverstone said the truck
was purchased quickly
because of the price.
"Who will own it?"
Wessels asked. "BSO or you.
You need to discuss it with
BSO."-


house Point came to the pro-
gram with her daughter, Nicole,
16, who started driving in Janu-
ary. "I want her to be aware of
what happens when you're out
there driving and that you have
to be responsible," she said.
"The public needs to be
aware of the dangers on the
road and how quickly a tragedy
can occur that affects a family
for the rest of their life," said
Mary Lou McNally of Coconut
Creek, a nurse in the Medical
Intensive Care Unit at the medi-
cal center. "Kids never think it
will be them."


"Who's in charge?
You guys just go out and
buy a fire truck? I'm a
stickler for the chain of
command. It's one of the
problems I have with
your organization." -
Kennedy

Silverstone said the truck
is now being lettered. He .
asked for permission to park it
behind town hall.
Commissioners voted 4-1
to allow the vehicle to be
parked temporarily instead at
the Public Works Department
on Dixie Highway with
Kennedy dissenting.
A workshop on Fire
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model for a volunteer depart-
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Sightings is a weekly
calendar of local events.
Please call 954-783-8700
for information.

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Vendors Wanted for the
Pompano Beach Women's
Club flea market/ craft fair on
Nov. 5 at the clubhouse
address, 314 NE 2nd Street,
Pompano Beach. Table space
available for $20 per 6ft table,
or $35 for double space. To
reserve a spot call 954-942-
6816.
GARAGE SALES/FLEA
MARKETS
Pompano Beach High
School is having its 2nd
annual Fall and Holiday Craft
Fair on Oct. 15,2005 from
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM in the
cafeteria. There will be crafts,
baked goods, food, a raffle, as
well as fresh Christmas


wreath orders.
RELIGIOUS
ORGANIZATIONS
The Congregation Beth
Shalom of Coconut Creek,
plans the tenth trip to Israel.
Join them on Thursday, Nov.
3, for a 15-day trip to Israel.
The cost of the trip is $2700
for double occupancy and
$495 for a single supplement.
For information, call Beth
Shalom at 954-975-4666, or
Ben 954-974-1984.
The 12th Annual Fall
Arts and Craft Show will be
held by the First United
Methodist Church of Pom-
pano Beach on Nov. 18, 19.
All crafters are welcomed to
join the show. For informa-
tion contact Margie Mulcahey
at 954-943-0404.
SINGLES
Single Gourmet holds a
gathering every week for
singles at some of the finest
restaurants in Broward


County. They provide an
upscale climate for quality
singles to dine, meet, and
mingle. For information about
upcoming events, call 954-
723-9608.
St. Ambrose Singles
Social Club Dance is held
every Wednesday from 7:30
to 11 p.m. at 380 S. Federal
Hwy., Deerfield Call 954-
984-4037 or 954-972-7199.
Parents Without Part-
ners Gold Coast Chapter
#248 sponsors a Singles
Dance every Saturday night at
9 p.m. at the Pompano Beach
Power Squadron Building.
Call 954-788-2672.
60+, Single and Active
meets every Tuesday at 2:30
p.m. at the Mae Volen Center,
1515 W. Palmetto Park Road,
Boca Raton. Refreshments.
Call 561-395-8920.


Continued on page 23


Silver Sleigh invites pets

to party this Halloween

Proceeds will benefit Florida Humane
Society building fund
The Silver Sleigh, 1319 E. Sample Road, will host the
second annual fundraiser for The Florida Humane Society, or
FHS. The pet "Howl-o-ween Party" will be held on Oct. 29
from noon to 4 p.m. at The Silver Sleigh. All proceeds will
benefit The Florida Humane Society's "Raise the Ruff'
building fund. The old shelter was demolished last year, but
the Lucielle Atwell Foundation has provided land for the new
facility. The FHS needs to raise $1 million as a basic starting
subsidy.
Debbie Coffin, owner of The Silver Sleigh is committed to
the project. "We are hosting this event which will be lots of
fun for pets and their owners. After the event, we look for-
ward to providing a large cash endowment that will help the
Florida Humane Society's building fund."
Dogs and cats and other pets are encouraged to bring their
owners to The Silver Sleigh for a free pet buffet. Pet costumes
are optional, but many of the furry friends in attendance will
be displaying their creativity in costuming.
Those who make a donation of $10 or more will receive a
special gift from the "Howl-o-ween Cauldron" of treats.
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Sightings
Continued from page 18
Forever Young Social
Dance Group dances to tunes
provided by Disc Jockey Bill
Gilbert every Tuesday from 1
to 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4447.
TODAY
Rotary Club of Pompano
Beach meets at Joe's River-
side Grille, 125 N. Riverside
Drive, at noon. For informa-
tion call 954-564-7714.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-565-3127.
Contract Bridge Game
every Friday at 6:45 p.m. at
Dixon Ahl, Lighthouse Point.
Call 954-942-2421.


SATURDAY OCT. 15
The Fontenada Chapter
of Daughter of the Ameri-
can Revolution, DAR, will
host an "Antique Appraisal"
Oct. 15 at John Knox Village,
651 SW 6 St., Pompano
Beach. The cost for an
appraisal is $14. Call 954-
941-3226.
SUNDAY OCT. 16
Sunday Bingo at the Elks
Lodge #1898, 700 N.E. 10th
St., Pompano Beach. Doors
open every Sunday at 4 p.m.
and games start at 6 p.m.
Open to the public. Call 954-
725-5192.
MONDAY OCT. 17
The Kiwanis club of
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea meets
every second and fourth
Monday of the month at
Damon's Grill at 6:30 p.m.
For information contact Kaye
Yanni: 954-772-2438.

Continued on page 20


Rose Garden's opens Sugar


Babies, Oct. 29, at main library

SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The burlesque musical,
Sugar Babies, will open at the ,
Fort Lauderdale Main Library
Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. .
The musical is a nostalgic *
remembrance of burlesque o. i
and is filled with songs,
dance and comedy skits.
Some hits from the show are
"Sunny Side of the Street"
and "I Can't Give You
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TUESDAY OCT. 18
The Teen Advisory
Board of the Lighthouse
Point Library will meet at
Dixon Alh Recreation Center
at 4:30 p.m. All teens are
welcomed. Call 954-946-
6398.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Galuppi's Restaurant at the
Pompano Beach Public Golf
Course. For more informa-
tion, please call (954) 942-
8108.
The British Women's
Club meets on the first
Tuesday of each Month at
7:30 p.m. in the Gateway
Terrace Community Room,


1943 NE Sixth Court, Fort
Lauderdale. Newcomers are
welcome. Call Norma 954-
563-4061.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Tuesday from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Beach Duplicate Bridge
Club. Call 954-943-1733.
Bingo every Tuesday at 7
p.m. at the American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142 in Pom-
pano Beach. Kitchen open
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Open
to the public. Call 954-942-
2448-0#.
Round Robin Tennis
every Tuesday and Thursday
at 3 p.m. at Silver Thatch
Tennis Club. Call 954-784-
9428.
Bingo every Tuesday at
St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11
a.m. and Bingo begins at
noon. Call 954-941-4843.


BINGO every Tuesday
night at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and non smoking room
available. Call 954-942-2448.
WEDNESDAY OCT. 19
The Exchange Club of
Pompano Beach meets every
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. for
lunch at the Flaming Pit
Restaurant, 1150 N Federal
Hwy. Call 954-946-4676 for
further details.
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Bingo Every Wednes-
day Night. 20 games. Doors
open at 5 p.m. Games start at 7
p.m. Dixie highway and 33 St.
in Pompano Beach. 954-782-
0950.
Pompano Beach Jaycees
meet the first and third
Wednesday of the month at
7:30 p.m. at The Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of
Commerce. Call 954-788-


5562.
Beginner and Review
Bridge Lessons every
Wednesday morning from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club,
180 SW 6th St., Pompano
Beach. Call 954-565-3127.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 to 1 p.m. at Galuppi's
Restaurant at the Pompano
Beach Public Golf Course.
For more information call
954-942-8108.-
Pinochle Games take
place Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at
St. Elizabeth Gardens Retire-
ment Home. Guests are
welcome. Call 954-941-4597.
THURSDAY OCT. 13
Bingo games with cash
prizes, sponsored by the city
of Lighthouse Point Senior
Center. Every Thursday from


1 to 3 p.m. at the Dixon Ahl
Recreation. Call 954-946-
6398.
Cresthaven Civic Assoc.
meets the second Thursday of
the month at 7:30 p.m. at the
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge, Pompano Beach. Call
954-786-0062.
Cresthaven Neighbor-
hood Watch meets the third
Thursday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at St. Elizabeth
Social Hall, Pompano Beach.
Call 954-946-3720.
The Pioneer Park Chess
Club meets 7-11 p.m. Thurs-
days at the Pioneer Park
Annex. New members are
welcome. Call 954-480-4430.
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to light the way. Arrange a graveyard of
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raisin-oatmeal cookie pops as monsters or
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frosting and candies. Have a popping' good
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1 bag (3 ounces) Jolly
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Microwave Pop Corn
(10 cups popped)
3/4 cup Sun-Maid Natural
Raisins
3/4 cup candy-coated
chocolate candies
3/4 cup mixed nuts
Snack Bag:
3 vellum or clear food-safe
bags (about 5 x 2-1/2 x
9-1/2 inches)
6 googley eyes
3 (8-inch) pieces of
black ribbon
1. Round off top covers of bag with
scissors. One inch from top of bag,
punch 2 holes 1 inch apart. Glue 2 eyes
onto bag. Set aside to dry.
2. Pop popcorn according to package
directions. Open bag carefully and
pour into large bowl; discard unpopped
kernels. Cool. Fill each vellum bag
with 1/4 cup each raisins, candies and
nuts. Top with about 3 cups popped
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1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla
1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
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I love okra. You know,
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when cut and overcooked
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a beautiful reddish color,
and the pods will be too.
It's just about ready to
flower!
Do deter nematodes, I
planted them in a large pot
and when they were barely
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to fertilize them with liquid
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week. I don't use chemical
fertilizers anymore, be-
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pots, even though I said I
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nematodes, fungus, tem-
peratures; they really are a
challenge. I grew some
heirloom seeds called
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send $7.99 to Dianetics, 3102
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33607.


Auctions

Auction November 5, 10 a.m.
226+/- acres, irrigated, farm
equipment, steel warehouse.
10% BP Rowell Auctions, Inc.
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ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION,
Cleveland County, NC,
LawndaleCommunity- 50miles
west of Charlotte, NC. Tracts
10 to 28 acres, open and
wooded land with creek
frontage. Perfect for horses.
Auction November 5, 10:00 AM
held at Burns Senior High
School. See details at
www.woltz.com or call
(800)551-3588 for brochure.
Woltz& Associates, Inc, Brokers
& Auctioneers (NC #7560)
Roanoke, VA.


Building
Materials

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Buy Direct From Manufacturer.
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Delivery Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.


Business
Opportunities

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Financial

IMMEDIATE CASH!!! US
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OVER 10YRS IN BUSINESS.
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(866)WOW-MY-CREDIT.


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
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BENEFITS ASSIGNED
EQUIPMENT REQUIRE- 1
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DOUBLES (321)202-4406.
STABLE CAREER-
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Positions available for
Experienced CDL Holders. Also
Company Funded Truck Driver
Training offered. Financial
assistance- for Hurricane
Victims. (877)PRIME-JOB.
www.primeinc.com.
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.
Driver- COVENANT
TRANSPORT. Excellent Pay &
Benefits for Experienced
Drivers, O/O, Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students. Bonuses
Available. Refrigerated Now
Available. (888)MORE PAY
(888-667-3729).
Driver- NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS for
Central Florida Local & National
OTR positions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, competitive pay
& new equipment. Need 2 years
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your opportunity
today. (800)741-7950.
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.


Hunting

HUNT ELK, Red Stag, Whitetail,
Buffalo season opens 3/31/
06. Guaranteed hunting license,
$5.00. We have a no-game, no-
pay policy. Call days (314)209-
9800- evenings (314)293-0610.


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$350*COVERS children, etc.
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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.
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*Felonies *Domestic Violence
*Misdemeanors *DUI *Traffic
*Auto Accident *Wrongful
Death. "Protect Your Rights" A-
A-A Attorney Referral Service
(800)733-5342.


Miscellaneous

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
milesof shoreline. Never before
offered with 20% pre-
development discounts, 90%
financing. Call (800)709-5253.
WESTERN North Carolina
Mountains Cool Air, Views,
Streams, Homes, Cabins,
Acreage FREE BROCHURE
OF MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
(800)642-5333. Realty Of
Murphy 317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.com.
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.
Beautiful SW Gainesville/
Paynes Prairie/Hwy 441 20+
Dividable acre private, gated
Ranch for sale by owner Auction
10/23/05 Info rpi@bellsouth.net
(352)256-2247.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOTS -
GEORGIA'S Finest area for
Fishing & Boating. New Golf
Course on pristine Lake Russell.
Owner financing available.
(706)213-6734.
www.lakerussellproperties.com.


NC MOUNTAINS 20 Ac w/50
Mile Views Secure Private -
Easy Access Gentle Building
Sites Towering Hardwoods -
Near Asheville & Lake Lure
$120,000. Pristine Properties
(800)262-4187.
GRAND OPENING! Lakefront
Acreage from $69,900. SAVE
$10,000 Nov 5th & 6th.
Spectacular new waterfront
community on one of largest &
cleanest mountain lakes in
America! Large, estate-size
deepwater parcels, gorgeous
woods, panoramic views. Paved
roads, county water, utilities.
Low financing. Call now
(800)564-5092 X 266.
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 LAKESIDE
ACREAGE New community. 1+
acre homesites from the 30's.
Private boat slips- limited
availability. Lake access/boat
ramp. Close to downtown
Chattanooga. (866)292-5769.
ASHEVILLE NC AREA-
MOUNTAIN ACREAGE 1+ acre
riverfront, mountain view and
wooded homesites from the
$50s. Gated community with
custom lodge & river walk.
(866)292-5762.
NC MOUNTAIN PROPERTY,
Land with spectacular views,
creeks and hardwood trees on
Yung Mtn. 1-15 acres, from
$25,000 to $89,000. Perfect for
log cabin. (800)699-1289 or
www.riverbendlakelure.com.
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
todayfor 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.
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proposed pool and fitness 1 acre
homesites from the mid 70's.
(877)266-7376.
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$39,900 Scenic region, views,
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wildlife. Enjoy hunting, hiking,
horses, great climate. Power,
great access. 100% financing
Call (914)232-5100.
PRE-CONSTRUCTION
WATERFRONT Only 10%
down 2007 completion and
Immediate Furnished Condos
minutes from Ft. Lauderdale
Beach. $209K+ up. Great rental
Investment! Realtor (877)468-
5687.
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.
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2.4 Acre Waterfront $9,900!
Dockable Building Lots from
$14,900! Cabin Package
$54,900. Call Now! (866)770-
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TENNESSEE SMOKIES Gated
Waterfront Community
Riverfront and Mountain Views
Available, Prices Starting low
as $46,900. Final Phase Limited
Lots Call Now! No Closing Costs
Buy Direct From Developer
SAVE THOUSANDS $$$
(800)559-3095 ext 327
www.rivercrest.com *Some
restrictions apply.


Steel Buildings

ALL STEEL BLDGSI UP TO
50% OFF!! Engineered for
Hurricane Coast! Ship Factory
Direct for quick delivery. 24x30
Up to 100x200! Call Now!
(800)499-6401 Eddie.
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.
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REAL ESTATE

CONDO FOR SALE -
Beachfront 2/2 Aegean Condo
$475,000 954-489-7703.10/21
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. 10/07
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.
. 10/14
CONDO FOR SALE- Ft.
Lauderdale on Intracoastal, 1
bedroom/1.5 bath, Floor 12,
asking $425,000 Call Bill 954-
599-9503. 10/07
WATERFRONT 3br/2.5ba/
1cg, dock, ocean access,
remodeled, pool. Realty
Associates, Glenda (954) 275-
0962 $699,000 NEGO. 10/14
MARGATE Oriole Golf Wow!
Immaculate 5* 2/2 Corner.
Price Reduced $124,900 Ft.
Lauderdale Realty 954-974-
7773.10/21
DEERFIELD 1/1 Condo,
Everything New, walkto beach,
rest. pet friendly, Ok to rent
$279,900 Beverly Fullwood
954-592-5663 Coral Shores
Realty. 10/14


FOR 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/
1B Condo on Water/McNab
Area. All Tile. Pool. Dock
Available. Cat O.K. Annual
Lease $850/mo. FLS Call 954-
868-9458.12/01
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. 10/07
POMPANO BEACH lb/1
condo in Cresthaven area
washer/dryer, pool, annual
lease $700/mo. F.S. call Jackie
954-943-3905. 10/07
CONDO FOR RENT -
Furnished 1/1 condo, short term
available $650/mo 954-592-
5663.


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
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DRIVER- will drive
you to the airport,
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appointments,
reasonable, dependable.
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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
IRS PROBLEMS? Not
filed for several years?
Personal and confidential
solutions for Delinquent
Returns and IRS Notices.
Call Lee Miller E.A. @
Deerfield Liberty Tax 954-
481-8966.


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.


HELP WANTED

FRONT DESK F/T Position.
Weekends required. Good
people/computer skills. Apply
in person Native Sun, 1950 S.
Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach
or fax resume. 954-786-0314.
10/07
P/T LANDSCAPING, painting,
misc. Pomp. Bch. 954-782-
9951.
Handyman Wanted -
Pompano, part-time for
maintenance of small hotel
properties. Mustbefamiliarwith
electric, plumbing, carpentry,
painting, lawn care, and general
cleanup. Must speak some
English, have transportation, be
organized, clean and
consideratetoguests. Nodrugs,
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. mmc
PERSON NEEDED FOR
CUSTOMER SERVICE &
CLEANING W/ORW/OUT
EXPERIENCE. 354 E.-
MCNAB, POMP, CALL
954-788-2338.
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 F/T. Salary
plus comm. Call Pam 954-829-
1169.
SERVERS W/EXP. CallJoeor
Walter at Umberto's Pompano
Bch 954-784-7110.
OUTSTANDING SALES
ASSISTANT. General Office,
Computer and Sales Support.
Need flexible team player.
Salary/Hourly based on Exp/
Jon 954-984-9200 X 104.
PIZZA MAKER & COOKS-
Disalvo's Lighthouse Point. Call
Charlie at 954-781-8330.
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.
BEAUTY SALON shampoo
asst/hair-dresser lic. P/T Laud.
By the Sea. 954-771-5472.
WANTED HAIR STYLIST- nail
tech, facialist and LMP. Must
have some following, 954-427-
3959/954/868-1894.
MECHANICS NEEDED- For
diesel & gas engines. Also
boatyard help bottom painting,
etc. 954-421-3443.
NOW HIRING- delivery drivers,
dish washers, cashiers, kitchen
prep, line cooks. Peyote Joe's,
Pompano Beach, 954-943-
6000.
POSITIONS OPEN for
Hairstylist/Manicurist and LMT
Massage. All with some
following. Pompano Beach
Location. Call 954-868-1894.
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COCKTAIL WAITRESS apply
in person at Gary's Sports Bar -
Pompano Bowl 2200 N. Federal
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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


AUTOS FOR
SALE

DODGE TRUCK 1998 Dakota.
One owner. Very Clean. V-8.
Auto. A/C. 138,000 miles.
$6,000. Call 954-415-5758.
CLASSIC AUTO 4 SALE -1973
Mercury Couger XR7 partly
restored, one owner, will sell
under restoration cost. 954-563-
3533.


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-
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