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MARCH 21, 2008 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE POrN i


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Foreclosures
and concrete
restoration
topics at next

PBCA meeting
For the past few years, condo-
minium residents have been bearing
burdens of special assessments of
thousands of dollars to repair degrad-
ed concrete in their buildings.
Some residents unable to pay,
have been forced into foreclosure.
The Pompano Beach Civic Asso-
ciation, or PBCA, will host a meeting
on March 26 at 6:30 p.m. for a dis-
cussion on these issues. The meeting
takes place at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano
Beach. The public is welcome. Call
954-781-5216.

Mystery bill

in Tallahassee

could create

'Entertainment'

zone in

Pompano Beach
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
While Pompano Beach residents
weren't looking, a Broward legislative
bill filed "late" for the upcoming ses-
sion was on its way to a public hearing
when Broward County Commissioner
Kristin Jacobs put the brakes on it.
The bill, drafted by unknown
sources, will, if passed, create an
"Entertainment and Economic Zone"
in Pompano Beach.
Elected officials in Pompano
Beach said they had "heard" of the
bill, and some said it had to do with
increasing the hours of some estab-
lishments for alcohol consumption.
Jacobs said she called Tallahassee
and spoke to officials and discovered
the bill had been set for a "public
hearing" on March 7 at the Fort Lau-
derdale Governmental Building.
That hearing was canceled after
Jacobs said she had called several
people including Broward Legislative
Chair Jack Seiler.
Seiler says after he heard concerns

Continued on page 17


Cornekia and Corey Sweeting and Brandon Smith attended Saturday's opening of the new PAL
gym at Deerfield's Main Fire Station on US 1 and Hillsboro Boulevard, Corey, 10, a winner of 23
straight tournaments, and Brandon,12, a former judo champion, later demonstrated wrestling moves
announced by their coach Bob Bums. The children are in front of a wall graphic donated by Deer-
field Beach High School art students Carlos Zelinsky, Ellen Degnon, Christina Caruso and Sheyla
Richards under the direction of their art teachers Victoria Englehart and Sara Marc.

Deerfield Beach community

brings PAL program to kids


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
So many people helped make
the new gymnasium for the Police
Athletic League a reality, it took Sgt.


Bill Murray 30 minutes to name them
all. Murray did his best to move the
formalities along at Saturday's open
house located in the Main Fire Station,
Continued on page 4


Deerfield Beach

officials want

cell phone use

clarified
Gonot is at center of issue
with alleged personal calls

By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Pressed to explain the use of his
city-issued cell phone, Disttict 4
Commissioner Steve Gonot Tues-
day called for clarification of a 2005
agreement that states employees must
pay for their personal calls. Gonot
says he reviewed three years of cell
phone bills and found $11 he missed
in personal phone calls. "But we need
a clear concise policy," he added.
Gonot's phone calls have become
controversial because of two local
blogs, Acts of Sedition and the Deer-
field Advocate. Sedition publisher
Chaz Stevens put up one of Gonot's
bills on the website claiming that
taxpayers paid $300 in calls made to
Gonot's girlfriend, brother and cam-
paign manager while at a League of

Continued on page 11

LBTS weighs

ambulance service

against BSO EMS
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea commis-
sioners interviewed two bidders who
responded to their requests for emer-
gency medical services.
They were American Medical
Response, or AMR, a Colorado-based
Continued on page 2


Dockswell, Hardin and Brummer take oaths of office

By Joe Hartmann
PELICAN STAFF
The Pompano Beach City Com-
mission was quickly reorganized Tues-
day following the swearing in of three
newly elected commissioners.
E. Pat Larkins, the District 4 Com-
missioner, was unanimously re-elected
vice mayor.


Continued on page 10


Pompano Beach's newest commissioner, Barry Dockswell, takes oath of office. Dockswell is ac-
companied by his wife, Robbie, and other supporters. [Photo by Joe Hartmann]







Friday, March 21, 2008


2 The Pelican


Procedural snafu delays decision on

proposed Crystal Lake water park


By Judy Wilson adopted in 1997. The changes


PELICAN WRITER
Primed to protest, 100
residents with an interest in
Crystal Lake's future, left a
commission meeting earlier
this month after attorneys
agreed one side did not have
up-to-date information on
how quasi-judicial hearings
are conducted here.
Attorney for Crystal Lake
Golf Club, Beth-Ann Krim-
sky, asked for a continuance
of a hearing that would decide
if a 97-acre water park can be
built at 1491 NW 45 Street.
Krimsky said she was given
rules written in 1995 govern-
ing quasi-judicial hearings
rather than an updated version


concern cross examination
of an applicant's witnesses,
and Krimsky said she was
unhappy with that provision
and asked for 30 days to set
her case according to the new
rules.
The hearing was contin-
ued until April 15.
The turn of events took
attorneys for both sides and
a room-full of citizens by
surprise. The petition had
been turned by the planning
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Zoning on the land,
formerly the Tam O'Shanter
Golf Course, permits the
water park.
City Attorney Andy Mau-
rodis told the commission
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scheduled "we would be do-
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which were protested by resi-
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remain as a golf course.
The water park proposed
by Little would involve taking
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fill over a five year period and
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LBTS EMS
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firm, and Broward Sheriff
Office's Fire Rescue Depart-
ment. AMR's bid was for
$670,000 compared to BSO's
$3.8 million.
Brook Liddle, Broward
County's AMR operations
manager, said the firm is the
largest ambulance service
provider in the U.S. and the
largest provider of 9-1-1
transports in the United
States. '
He said paramedic crews
that would serve Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea would have an
average service tenure of 17
years.
Dr. Joseph Nelson,
AMR's medical director, said,
"The crews are patient-fo-
cused and well trained. They
provide competent clinical
care."
AMR is the national
EMS provider for the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency, or FEMA.
In addition to providing
basic life support ambulance
service and critical care
medical transport, the firm is
equipped to handle neonatal,
pediatric and bariatric medi-
cal transport, Nelson said. -,
Liddle said the company
has extensive experience in
first response 9-1-1 medi-
cal rescue. Each ambulance
would be staffed with two
paramedics trained in ad-
vanced life support and one
emergency medical techni-
cian.
Liddle said AMR would
handle billing and collection
for a set period of time and
then be open for discussion.
The firm charges patient
transport rates set by Broward
County.
One ambulance would be
kept in town, and Holy Cross
Hospital would be the staging
area for a second ambulance.
Vice Mayor Jerry Mcln-
tee asked if they have sirens.
Liddle said yes.
Mayor Roseann Minnet








Friday. March 21. 2008


The Pelican 3


LBTS EMS
Continued from page 2

asked Hall if AMR were the
sole provider for EMS for any
other municipality in Broward
County. He said not now,
though they previously served
Wilton Manors.
In LBTS, one dedicated
unit will have two paramedics
and one EMT; the backup unit
at Holy will have one para-
medica and one EMT.
"What are your fire fight-
ing qualifications?" Minnet
asked. Hall said none.
Minnet then asked AMR
officials if they submitted
an RFP that didn't meet the
requirements and were then
given an opportunity to revise
it?
Hall said no.
Minnet then asked Hall if
he had met with the Volunteer
Fire Department.
He said, "Yes, on the
phone, with Commissioner
McIntee." He said the town
manager and other commis-
sionrs had contacted him.
Town Manager Esther
Colon asked about response
time.
Hall responded, "It won't
be hindered. It will be better
than what you have."
"Have you given an RFP
to anyone other than the
clerk?" Colon asked.
"Not to my knowledge,"
Hall responded.
Then Colon turned on
the mayor: "Mayor you said
they were given a chance to
change an RFP. That's a huge
accusation to make. I take of-
fense to that. I'm in shock that
[you say] any entity would
be allowed to submit another
RFP."
Colon continued. "If
that's the way business was
done before, it isn't now. If
you have information, please
share that information. This
bid thing, I'm taking real per-
sonally. There is no back door
process here."
When asked during a
break what she was referring
to with her question about the
RFP, Minnet would only say,
"I was just asking the ques-
tion."
BSO Fire Rescue
Chief Joseph Lello,
speaking for the second-bid-
der, BSO Fire Rescue, said
BSO is one of the largest
EMS providers in Broward
County, currently serving
eight cities, the port and
airport. BSO fire rescue has
more than 600 employees.
BSO has provided EMS
service in the northern area of
town since the 1970s, he said.
District Chief Richard
Sievers said of their 612
employees, 526 are EMS/
paramedics with an average
of 11.6 years of experience.


They respond to most calls in
three to four minutes. BSO
vehicles carry advanced tech-
nical equipment.
Dr. Nabil El Sanadi,
BSO medical director and a
resident of LBTS, told com-
missioners they needed to
consider "what a life is worth.
How long would it take for
paramedics [to reach an emer-
gency scene]?"
El Sanadi said BSO qual-
ity assurance is done monthly.
He said AMR is a large
national company with 167
9-1-1 contracts. "You have a
local provider in your back-
yard. You know who they are,
and you can hold their feet to
the fire."
He said BSO turns rev-
enues back to the town from
medical transports. Last year
the amount was $128,000.
BSO's bid for a three-
person unit was $1.9 million.
But if BSO had only the EMS
contract, they would want two


three-person crews for $3.8
million.
"Can you give better treat-
ment than AMR?" Commis-
sioner Stuart Dodd asked.
"We have the most
advanced equipment. But
we're not in competition with
AMR," Sievers answered.
Dodd asked where BSO's
backup ambulance would be.
Sievers said they would
have two dedicated rescue
units with three paramedics on
each.
"How can you justify the
added costs to the town?"
Dodd persisted.
Deputy Chief Todd
LeDuc, who has charge of the
eight contract cities, re-
sponded, "If it's strictly cost,
BSO Fire Rescue is not your
provider." He said they have
a turnover of next to nil, pay
good wages and have excel-
lent benefits.
Clottey asked about who
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is for the jobs.
Lello said the dispatch-
ers have a stressful job. Their
average age is about 30, and
they all get 10 weeks of train-
ing plus continuous training.
"What do elected officials


do when the residents don't
want an increase in taxes or
fire assessments? They have
to provide service that's state-
mandated," Colon asked.
El-Sanadi responded:
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and then the ribbon was cut
dedicating the boxing, wres-
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Among the many sup-
porters of the BSO project


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BSO Deputy Butch Santy awards a plaque commemorating the late Capt. Lee Magnuson to his widow Ruth at dedication
ceremonies Saturday of the PAL gymnasium at the Main Fire Station.


boxing coach, businessman
Frank Congemi, Tom and
Carla Latta, Ed Dietrich who
provided building supplies,
Michael Perlman who donated
the stereo system and washer
and dryer and Bob Bums
and Jim Forbes, Deerfield
Beach High School wrestling
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countless hours to the pro-
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of Murray and Sgt. Butch
Santy. It has given several
thousand kids a chance to
become wrestlers and softball
players, weight lifters and


good citizens. With the ad-
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program will be expanded to
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"We now have a great
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He attributed the commu-
nity's support of the athletic
program to the fact that the
kids do "10 times the commu-
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Our kids give back. We don't
just throw out the ball and
baby sit them. We work with
them and when people see
them volunteering, they are


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Santy chose the name
"Trackdown" for the upcom-
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them after his mentor in
law enforcement, Capt. Lee
Magnuson who was known
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GOP meeting

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congressional

candidate
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candidate for Congress, will be the
speaker at the next meeting of the
Greater Pompano Beach Republican
Club on March 27, 7:30 p.m., at the
Emma Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801
NE 6 St., Pompano Beach.
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beginning with the construction of the
new Fort Riverbend playground and a
baseball field. Pioneer Park is located
at the Deerfield Beach intersection of
NE 2 Street and Dixie Highway.
While construction is in prog-
ress, the existing baseball fields will
be closed. Also, the Dixie Highway
entrance to the park will only allow
access to the tennis center and ceme-
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PELICAN STAFF
Jim Acheson became an acciden-
tal resident of Lighthouse Point or
LHP in late October of 1992. After
cruising for four and a half months en-
joying a trip he had been planning for
10 years, he planned to dock at Bahia
Mar. Turns out it was hosting a huge
boat show and there was no room in
the marina.
Fortunately his son, Larry, owner
of Offshore Marine Towing, was able
to get him a slip at the LHP Marina.
"I lived aboard for five years,
often looking at the undeveloped tip of
Cap's Island. After Sue and I married
in 1997, I bought the property and we
built our home there. We moved in in
2001 and love it except for the grow-
ing iguana population."
Sue laughs and adds, "They're
eating all of my flowers. They espe-
cially love the impatiens."
Although they return to their for-
mer home base in Port Huron, Michi-
gan to spend the summer months, the
Achesons consider LHP home.
"We love this friendly, small
town," Jim says "and we are pleased
to have helped with several city proj-
ects such as this library."
Library Director Doreen Gauthier
says, "The Achesons have been one
of the most critical components in the
completion of the new library as well
as many of the recent projects includ-
ing Playground 2007. Their generous


Jim and Sue Acheson were honored recently in Lighthouse Point's recent Keeper Day celebration.
They are pictured at the Doreen Gauthier Lighthouse Point library, which has been a major beneficiary
of their generous support. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


spirit of giving is what makes this city
unique. They are indeed, Keepers."
Jim Acheson is the grandson of
Dr. Edward G. Acheson, a prot6g6
of Thomas A. Edison and the holder
of 70 patents himself. His contribu-
tions involve devices, techniques and
compositions of matter in the fields of
mechanics, electricity, electrochemis-
try and finally his discovery of carbo-
rundum. This highly effective abrasive
is considered to be a better abrasive
than any other known substance ex-
cept diamond. Dr. Edward Acheson's
contributions are thought to have been
an important influence in advancing
the industrial era.
Following in these giant footsteps
could not have been easy, but young
Jim managed to add his own contribu-
tions to the family history. "I never
knew my grandfather, but I did know
my grandmother and heard many
stories about him and in reading his


autobiography, The Pathfinder, I got a
sense of him. Our boat is named The
Pathfinder."
Jim grew up in Port Huron,
Michigan, attended the University
of Michigan and served in the Army
Finance Corps. After military service
he mastered the computer, working
for the Bell Telephone Laboratories
and the University of Pennsylvania
Computer Center.
In 1967 he joined his family's
manufacturing business and intro-
duced data processing to the business.
Thirty two years later, as chairman of
the board, he oversaw the sale of this
global corporation to the British firm
ICI.
The sale of his family's company
allowed Jim to embark on a program
of philanthropy in Port Huron and
later in Lighthouse Point. He was

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Transparency is the issue with

mystery bill in Tallahassee

While a proposed Entertainment and Economic District in Pompano Beach
may have value to some business owners, residents should not be on the outside
while the bill is processed.
This mysterious bill, proposed by unknown business owners and not by city
commissioners, will have a lasting impact on the surrounding areas, both resi-
dential and commercial. Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs caught
this bill before it became a law. If the state has plans to abrogate the city's and
county's land use and environmental oversight, Pompano Beach's legislators
need to come clean and talk about the bill openly, either in person or through a
representative.
The bill, now in a holding pattern, must be discussed at a public hearing
convenient to Pompano Beach voters, residents and business owners.
Initiatives such as the proposed "Entertainment Zone" are legal. They can
be initiated by private groups, leaving the city at the mercy of the state legisla-
tors.
But transparency is another issue. City commissioners do not have to lie
down and let state legislators make decisions without discussions. City commis-
sioners should have and still can bring this issue to a level of public discussion.
Citizens need interpretations of the legal language of the "Entertainment Zone"
bill. A discussion of where this district will be located must be understood by
those business owners and residents who will live near it.
Parking issues, alcohol consumption hours, height restrictions and tax con-
siderations impact this city.
Jacobs was right in exposing this mystery bill to the light of day. Now it is
up to the city to look at it. While the legislators have the right to pass the bill,
this city still has its First Amendment intact. And this city's voice must reach
Tallahassee before it is encumbered with a new law its citizens may not want.


Tiger Trails

The Tiger Trail Festival
culminated its Centen-
nial Kick-off events with a
parade.
The parade featured pio-
neer families in the Black
community.
Pictured are Mayor Lamar
Fisher, Carmen Jones,
festival co-chair and
Audrey Rolle; daughter of
Cornelious and Earnestine
Rolle and niece of Actress
Esther Rolle.
The Rolles were among
many pioneer families
honored in the events.


honors pioneers, progress


Letters



City should find another place for

the Pompano Beach Dog Park
To the editor,

I am very opposed to the creation of a dog park in the running and walking
area.
From their cars, it appears that the dogs will have to cross the track area. In
an isolated area this would be fine, but not where people are using the track.
The maintenance crew are busy enough, without having to clean up dog
mess. Granted if the park were in a different area someone would still have to
clean it. Sounds to me that a well organized group is insidiously pushing this
through.
Hope some good sound judgment will place the park in another area. I real-
ize parking is a problem. For very important health reasons, I think it should be
a priority that the dog park have direct access where others do not walk or run.

James Meyer



Dog park, walkers and joggers
make poor mix at Community Park

To the editor,

I've seen local coverage and "Letters to the Editor" referencing placing a
Dog Park (or technically a dog 'run') right in the middle of the jogging track at
Pompano Community Park. I think this would be a poor choice for a location
despite the matrix used at the Feb. 26 commission meeting. The matrix was
well thought-out, but it didn't seem to consider the effect on other park users.
The dogs and owners must cross a distance between either the north (new) park-
ing area or the south parking area occupied mostly by tennis players to get to the
park. I expect that there will be altercations between dogs/owners and joggers
and walkers.
We occasionally have altercations now, even-though dogs are prohibited
from being in the jogging area. Despite best intentions, accidents happen. Dogs
get off their leashes or there will be an errant owner who thinks he/she can ac-
company their dog unleashed between the parking area and the fenced in 'dog
run.'
Should a dog get loose before entering the dog run, it would be nothing for
a medium-sized or larger dog to jump the east fence and end up in traffic on
Federal Highway. There is also a risk of dog attacks and rabies.
Will there be someone on site to make sure dogs transitioning through the
park to get to the dog run have rabies tags?
I'm a dog-lover, and I support a dog park for Pompano Beach, but not in
the middle of a jogging trail. Perhaps a peripheral location or a location on the
west side of the park's parking area would be ideal.
Best of both worlds. Dog Pack would have their facilities and dogs would
not interfere with runners and walkers on the trail.

Thanks for your consideration.
Name Withheld by request


Community Park is the wrong place

for a dog park


To the Editor:

In a recent issue of The Pelican, it was reported that the city plans to con-
struct the proposed fenced-in off-leash dog park in Community Park in such
a way that it could be opened up when the space is needed for special events,
such as festivals and flea markets. This was a surprise to me as, according to
the Department of Health, grass or any other porous surface cannot be sani-
tized.
The location of a dog park in Community Park constitutes a change of use
for a long-established people park. A lot of folks, including many dog owners,
agree that a dog park needs to be a dog park, and that the multi-use Community
Park is simply not the right location. Given the public health issues involved, as
well as public safety and fiscal issues, I agree with Marcia Kester Doyle's com-
ment in her recent Letter to the Editor: "This is an issue worthy of far more
consideration in the public eye before a decision is made."
Sincerely,
Phyllis Franklin


Friday, March 21, 2008


Opinions and Editorials


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Walking tour of Old Pompano includes

history lessons of the city's origins
By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL
SOCIETY
The Pompano Beach -a a.
Centennial Celebration Corn-
mittee will present a guided
walking tour of Pompano
Beach's historic downtown on
Saturday, March 22nd, begin-
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The tour will be conduct-
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Beach residents with an expert. -


Continued on page 9


From haircuts to banking, most people did business here in the 1920s.


Achesons honored in Lighthouse Point


Continued from page 5
awarded an honorary doc-
torate of humane letters by
Baker College in Port Huron
for his many community con-
tributions in Port Huron.
Jim has been an avid
yachtsman for 54 years. He's
cruised from Newfoundland
to New Orleans to the Ba-


hamas to Cuba. He and Sue
continue to cruise the Great
Lakes every summer. Oc-
casionally, they even cruise
on a commercial ship. They
recently returned from a West
Indies cruise.
He is a past commodore
of the Great Lakes Cruising
Club and a past commander
of USPS District 9. A 46-year


member of the U.S. Power
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Jim and Sue together have
five children and nine grand-
children.
Congratulations and thank
you for being a generous sup-
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Lighthouse Point.


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Dixieland jazz

on the menu at
Elks Club

A Dixieland Jazz session is
planned for March 30 from 1 to 4 p.m.
at the Pompano Beach Elks Club, 700
NE 10 St.
The event sponsored by the Hot
Jazz and Alligator Gumbo Society,
or HAGS, will feature the Swingin'
Dixielanders. Admission is $10. Call
954-563-5390.


Blue Jay Lounge is where friends meet and

strangers soon become friends


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
There aren't many women in the
area, like Carol L. Bray, who have been
successfully running and owning a
lounge for twenty years.
Bray owns the Blue Jay Lounge
at 301 SW 15 Ave., and she chuckles
when asked if this is a tough business
for a woman.
"Not at all," she answers. "I've
always found my male patrons to be
respectful and helpful. In fact, most of
my bartenders are female.
My customers stop in to socialize,
have a drink, a smoke, watch a game,
a Nascar race, or maybe shoot a little
pool."
Interviewed in her back office,
Bray talked about the business. "My
husband and I opened Blue Jay 20
years ago at McNab and the tracks, and
that's when I won the liquor license
lottery. In those days the only way to
get a legal liquor license was by lottery.
I entered for three years before I won
the right to a 4COP, or Consumption
on Premise, license. I lost my husband
shortly after and have run the lounge
by myself ever since. Last year we
were forced to move when the property
was sold. Now we're right near the Isle
Casino on Southwest Third and the
tracks."
Bray describes her customers as
local working people, small business
owners and retirees.
"We're a friendly group who know
each other's names. Most are regulars.
Often they're people I've known for all
these years like Bill Scardino, a truck
driver who's lived in Pompano since
1963."
Scardino says, "I've been a


Carol Bray, owner of the Blue Jay Lounge, pauses to visit with old friends, Jim Sherwin from Boston
and Bob Thompson from New York. [Photo By Phyllis J. Neuberger]


customer for over 18 years. This is
a friendly, neighborhood bar where
Carol and her bartenders welcome me
like I'm a member of the family. I'm
here about five times a week."
Sitting nearby, Bob Tucker says,
"Carol is the best bar owner in town
and she puts out a great, free buffet at
happy hour for all to enjoy."
Bray nods. "That's right A lot of
my customers are single and this is the
only meal they actually eat."
Continuing, she explains, "We
have no kitchen here and serve no


food other than the buffet. That's why
we can permit smoking which, by the
way, is a big deal to many of my cus-
tomers. So far, I can welcome them
here."
Besides sipping a cool drink and
smoking a cigarette, there's a lot of
conversation and activity going on in
this lounge.
Bray points out some of the
amenities. "The pool table is always
busy. We even have league players
Continued on page 9


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Frida, Mach-2,-208 Th Pelcan


Walking
tours
Continued from page 7
knowledge of its past: Bud
Garner and Down Downie.
During the tour they will
discuss not only the historic
structures that remain, but
also the businesses that oc-
cupied those buildings and the
people who lived and worked
in old Pompano.
Pompano Beach's his-
toric downtown developed
alongside the Florida East
Coast Railway tracks and by
the 1920s was a small but
lively center for commercial
activities in the community.


Most businesses catered to the
needs of the agricultural inter-
ests that provided the econom-
ic foundation of Pompano.
Downtown Pompano was
also the location of the farm-
ers market, where local grow-
ers came to pack, sell and
ship their produce to markets
across the nation.
The walking tour will be-
gin from the Pompano Beach
Historical Society's booth at
the weekly Pompano Beach
Green Market (located at the
comer of NE First Street and
Flagler Avenue in Pompano
Beach). The tour is free and
handicapped accessible.
For information call 954
782-3015.


Lauderdale-By-The-Sea to

host Easter Egg hunt


Easter by-the-Sea activi-
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March 22, at Municipal Park
behind Town Hall on Bou-
gainvilla Drive in Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea.
Three Easter egg hunts
are planned for children to
age four, those ages 5 to 8
and those 9 and older.
This year includes a
bonnet contest for prettiest
store-bought hat, prettiest
homemade hat and funniest
homemade hat plus a contest
for the most colorful crazy
pants for men.
Children will be pho-
tographed with the Easter
bunny. Marilyn Carr and
Mayor Roseann Minnet will
be on hand to paint bunny


faces. Sponsors of the event
are the town commission,
assisted by the Volunteer Fire
Department, Citizens Initia-
tive Committee volunteers
and town volunteers.
Call coordinators Cristie
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Blue Jay
Continued from page 8
who challenge and play at
different bars. We have an
electronic dart game, a 100-
inch television and 18 other
screens so that customers can
watch any and every sport
being played. Of course the
Nascar races are a big draw
from Feb. 29 to Nov. 16,"
says Bray.
Blue Jay Lounge is a nat-
ural draw for nearby eques-
trians who love to watch both
harness and thoroughbred
races happening at different
tracks. Bray can talk shop
with the best of them because
before getting into the bar
business, she and her mother
ran a horse boarding stable,
raised show horses and even
owned harness horses.
Sonny Ward, who stops
into Blue Jay to meet the
horsemen when they're not
racing says, "Coming here
is a real release for me. I
love to visit with these men.
Although I'm pretty much
retired, I hope to be training a
yearling this fall."
Bahama Bob has been
entertaining at Blue Jay on
Saturday nights since 1987.


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Swearing in
Continued from page 1

District 1 Commissioner
Barry Dockswell was first
to take the oath of office. He
replaces Kay McGinn.
District 3 Commissioner
Rex Hardin and District 5
Commissioner George Brum-
mer were subsequently sworn
in for new two-year terms of
office. Both were incumbents.
"This has been a humbling
and heartwarming experience,"
Dockswell said in his first
official remarks as a com-
missioner. "The time is right


for us to move forward with
redevelopment plans that will
be great for the entire city.
Kay McGinn has-given her
all to the city with 10 years of
dedicated service that has been
well documented. My other
opponent, Travis Williamson,
has a strong desire to serve the
city and we can use more like
him."
Hardin, in his remarks,
also called the election process
a humbling experience. "I
want to thank my family for
all of their support," Hardin
said. "Without the backing of
my entire family, it would be
difficult to undertake my little


folly into politics."
Brummer kidded the au-
dience in his remarks. "The
city has changed dramati-
cally over the past 50 years,"
Brummer said. "We are now
part of a large metropolitan
area, and we need to compete
with other cities. We need
to make better use of new
technologies."
McGinn was given a
standing ovation following
her final official remarks.
"It will be my honor to
be the elder stateswoman in
the city," McGinn said. "It
has been a pleasure and an
honor to serve the people of
Pompano Beach. District 1
will be in the very capable
hands of Barry Dockswell
who I am sure is going to do
as good a job as anyone can
for the city."


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Tuesday.
For Rex Hardin it was a
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and wife Amy joined him
at the podium as he took
the oath of office for his
third term.
George Brummer takes
his oath as wife, Anne,
holds the Bible. City
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City cell

phones
Continued from page 1
Cities meeting.
Mayor Al Capellini, who
turned in his city cell phone in
2005 along with a check for
$1,200, asked City Manager
Mike Mahaney "has anyone
paid?"
Mahaney replied that his
staff reimbursed "all the time"
but since January have been
prohibited from making any
personal calls on city equip-
ment.
Regarding the city com-
missioners, Mahaney said,
"It's not my function to ques-
tion my bosses." The 2005
agreement states that the
finance department will moni-
tor cell phone use.
While bloggers were
apparently trying to embar-
rass Gonot, the city manager's
focus is on a new IRS initia-
tive to determine if perks
given public employees
constitute taxable income. An
IRS task force has been set up
for Dade, Broward and Palm
Beach Counties.
"They are coming," Mah-
aney predicted.
IRS policy lays out three
scenarios: that there should
be no personal calls made on
city-owned phones, that the
city be reimbursed for such
calls, or that cost of the calls


be taken as income.
Challenged by District. 2
Commissioner Sylvia Poitier
to explain what appeared
to be personal calls, Poitier
said, "You brought it up [the
agenda item], but you're not
fessin' up. Gonot said the
calls were about city business:
his campaign manager is on
the code enforcement board;
his brother heads the city's
pension board, and his girl-
friend publishes a newsletter
in which he has a column, and
he had to call it in while he
was away."
Poitier, whose cell phone
rang three times during the


discussion, said she has no
way of knowing whether an
incoming call is business or
pleasure and she freely dis-
tributes her number to con-
stituents.
Vice Mayor Marty Po-
pelsky who turned in his cell
phone when the issue began
to get sticky back in January
said, "If you come up with a
procedure, I'll follow it."
During the lengthy discus-
sion, Gonot offered up his cell
phone records for review and
District 1 Commissioner Pam
Militello said, "It's up to you,
Steve. You're the one who did
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brated its Golden Anniversary
and honored Laura Martin for
50 years of service. Martin
spent much of her educational
career at Blanche Ely High
School, or BEHS, in the mu-
sic department.
The BEHS Jazz Cats ser-


donate $1,000 to Ely Band, Laura Martin honored
ended Martin and the audi-
ence at the gala event. Martin,
along with Dr. Michelle Dal-
las, Gala chair, and Dr. Patri-
cia Dixon, presented a dona-
tion to the band of $1,000.
Martin also presented a "
framed collage capturing
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By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN WRITER
"We make the best pizza
in the world!" asserts Carina's
proprietor Karin Schwarby
as an old fashion stone fired
oven crackles in the back-
ground. This unexpectedly
spacious restaurant nestled in
the north-west comer of the
Sea Ranch Center on A1A
offers an in-depth selection
of traditional soups, pastas,
salads and pizzas. If you are
in the mood for an original


creation, Chef Pasquale will
prepare a pie your way.
With homemade soups
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Women's Club of Lighthouse Point donates $14,000 to local charities


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Several local charities
benefited recently from the
2008 Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Fundraiser, held recently at
the Lighthouse Point Yacht
Club. Those proceeds and
the Women's Club of Light-
house Point efforts resulted
in $14,000 donated to the fol-
lowing charities: Alzheimer's
Family Care Center, Broward
Children's Center, Lighthouse
Point Fire Rescue, Light-
house Point Library, Light-
house Point Police Depart-
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C.A.S.A. Inc., St. Laurence
Chapel Caring Center and
Woodhouse.
Thirty three years ago, 18
public spirited women gath-
ered to discuss how better to
welcome newcomers to their


quiet little coastal town of
Lighthouse Point.
What was then the Wel-
come Wagon of Lighthouse
Point has grown to the Wom-
en's Club of Lighthouse Point
with a membership of over
200 women ranging in age
from young mothers to great
grandmothers. The organiza-
tion continued to expand in its
focus from welcoming new
residents to raising total funds
in excess of $125,000 in sup-
port of local worthwhile chari-
ties and organizations.
The Women's Club of
Lighthouse Point continues
the tradition of community
support with its Annual Char-
ity Fund raiser Fashion Show
Luncheon being held in Feb-
ruary each year. The orga-
nization's monthly luncheon
meetings (excluding August)


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are held at Lighthouse Point
Yacht Club. Each ar the
Fund raiser theme selected
and carried out throughout
the year. The Women's
Club of Lighthouse Point is
united by the common goal
of friendship and community
spirit.
For information the
Women's Club, call 954-
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Carina's
Continued from page 13

of their trademark pizzas and
salads instead.
The Showtime salad
features fresh, crisp romaine
lettuce coated in a light and
tangy balsamic vinaigrette. It
is accompanied by a cornuco-
pia of tender chicken slices,
Asian pears, strawberries,
glazed pecans and a hearty
sprinkling of gorgonzola
cheese.
Carina's uses nothing but
organic ingredients.
Carina's pizza can be en-
joyed without guilt. Overflow-
ing with prosciutto de Parma,
ricotta, basil, mozzarella,
house red sauce and myriad
garden herbs, this particular
pizza has quickly become one
of their top sellers. The Bacon
Cheeseburger pizza is loaded


with seasoned ground beef,
bacon, caramelized onions,
mozzarella, cheddar cheese,
Carina's secret sauce and
is topped with fresh Roma
tomato and lettuce.
If by chance you happen to
be in the mood for something
more exotic, give the Babaga-
noush a try.
This pizza comes smoth-
ered in stone fired eggplant,
shaved chicken breast, mozza-
rella, fontina, pine nuts, pars-
ley and oven dried tomatoes.
And let's not forget one of
the biggest draws at Carina's,
the heavenly gelatos and
sorbets. Containing very little
sugar and less than 7 grams of
fat, these low-cal frozen treats
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many local residents seeking
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With such options as rasp-
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Finally, it is important to
note that all pasta and salad
dishes are priced between $8
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Mystery bill
Continued from page 1

about the bill, he stopped it
from moving forward. He
added that he understood the
bill had come from the City of
Pompano Beach. City Attor-
ney Gordon Linn said he had
heard of the bill, but his office
did not draft the bill.
The bill, which does not
have a number, would give
city commissioners-the au-
thority to "exceed minimum
[104 feet height limits] in
the zone and serve alcoholic
beverages between 7 a.m. and
4 a.m.
The district, consisting
of more than 450 acres near
Palm Aire, Pompano Isle of
Capri and Collier City, would
be unique in that the normal
Broward County oversight
regarding land use and envi-


ronmental protection would
be determined by the state and
bypass county oversight.
Since the bill was consid-
ered a "late filing," the public
hearing got little or no atten-
tion from the general public,
specifically the Pompano
Beach public.
If passed by a legislative
vote, parking, height, sound
levels and signage will be
subject to city commission
approvals. And special events
and temporary use permits
"shall be reviewed and ap-
proved solely by the city
manager.
State Rep. Jack Seiler who
chairs the Broward Legisla-
tion, confirmed that the bill is
alive but not moving until it is
publicly heard. Seiler said the
request for an Entertainment
Zone ".... came from Pom-
pano Beach."


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know they can enjoy the lakes, the
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many cultural activities and conven-
iences such as transportation to
shopping and to theatres.
But even more significant.
They know if any physical ail-
ment should strike, care is profes-
sional and immediate. Families can
stay together. Their future is
secure. That may be why the word
visitors so often use to describe the


Seiler chairs all local bills
for Broward County. The
origin of the request for the
bill has not been confirmed
although according to sources
at the city, the request did not
originate from elected city
officials.
Seiler added that concerns
regarding the bill prompted
him to stop it before its public
hearing."
"I am a strong proponent
of public hearings, and I will
make sure the public hearing
will take place in Broward
County before the bill moves
further," Seiler said.
But Jacobs has other
concerns. She explains that
the bill would disenfranchise
Pompano Beach voters who,
by charter, have the right to
determine legal hours to serve
alcohol.
In Pompano Beach, alco-


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hol can be served until 2 a.m.
The bill would extend those
hours to 4 a.m. in the pro-
posed Entertainment District
Jacobs says that if the city
wanted an entertainment zone,
it has the right to create one
on their own.
The fact that the bill
bypassed the city and went
to the state level, according
to Jacobs, shows a "lack of
transparency [of this bill]
bordering on sinister."
Jacobs adds that City
Manager Keith Chadwell was
aware of the bill.
"I am extremely concerned
that the city manager would
move to support, in the form
of a bill, Broward's land use
and environmental regulatory
authority," said Jacobs.


But sources at city hall
disagree with Jacobs and said
Chadwell is only "monitoring
the bill."
Sandra King, public infor-
mation officer said, "This is
an initiative brought about by
business owners in the pro-
posed zone. The city did not
start this bill."
Mayor Lamar Fisher said
he got a last minute call about
the March 7 hearing on the
anonymous bill, but he was
unable to attend because of
a business appointment in
Orlando.
"This bill does not have an
owner. I do not support this
and have requested our [city]
lobbyist Russ Klenet to do
what he could to not let it go
forward," said Fisher.


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John A. Hill Council #4955
of the Knights of Columbus
wishes to thank the Publix
Supermarkets at Beacon
Light, Venetian Isle, and
Hillsboro Square Shopping
Centers, along with all of the
volunteers who worked to
make the 2008 Tootsie Roll
Drive for the Handicapped a
great success. The recipients
of the funds (Broward
Pediatrics, Chris Evert
Hospital, Horses for the
Handicapped, and Broward
Dynamos) greatly appreciate
all of your support.


FELP

CITIZENS

Please call the
Council at 954-421-4955
anytime to learn more about our
upcoming events and projects.


Unity to host Easter celebration with music,
flowers and Easter Egg Hunt


Special Thanks
to
Grand Knight Mary Dunn and
Honorary Chairperson Marie Tracey


Stokes, Bonnie Anthony
Clemon, Jr., Robbie Williams
and Gillian Green.
According to Pastor
Marion Wadhams, the service
will be a "celebration of the
spirt of Jesus' life with people


of all races, religions and life
styles. I want everyone to feel
free to dance and clap." The
church is also offering an Eas-
ter Egg hunt for the children.
For more information, call
954-943-3715.


Easter at the
Pink Church
Services on Easter Day at
the First Presbyterian Church,
2331 NE 26 Ave., Pompano
Beach at:

9:30 and 11:15 a.m.

For more information, call
954-941-2308.
Please join our congre-
gation at the High Feast of
Easter Sunday, March 23.


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Roman Catholic Church
1200 S. Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am 9:00 am 11:00 am
12:30 pm 6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am
964-942-3533


(954) 943-3715
261 SE 13th Avenue, Pompano Beach
Atlantic Blvd.


www.unitychurchpompanobeach.org


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Wednesday. 6 30pm
Thursday, 6:30pm
Alanon
Saturday, 10:00am 11:00am
Food Addicts Anonymous
Monday, 7:00pm
Science of Spirituality
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Open Open
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Services & RE classes Sunday at 11:00am
3970 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
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Sunday Service Times
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Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-745-6100 "Reaching and Nurturing
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' 2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
One Block Northeast of Copans Road and US-1
Sunday Worship
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Children's Programs 10:30 am
Adult Ed 9:30


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Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10.2pm Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm
Sat. 10-1pm Sun. 12-1pm Followed By Bible Study
1111 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-942-5887


St. Philip
Episcopal Church
465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rev. Donna Hall
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 8 a.m.


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954-941-8117


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a musical flower service at
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261 SE 13 Ave., Pompano
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Golf tournament to honor
memory of Sonja Larson


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First Baptist Church of
Pompano Beach will host
its 13th annual Sonja Larson
Golf Tournament, May 3 at
the Palms at Palm Aire Coun-
try Club. This fund-raising
tournament will raise funds to
provide scholarships to church
high school students.
Sonja Larson was a mem-
ber of First Baptist Church
of Pompano. She went to
Pompano Middle School
then Ely High School. Sonja
graduated 8th in her class of
approximately 500 students.
Sonja was a gifted musician
and artist.
On Aug. 24, 1990, Sonja
was the first of five students
murdered at the University of
Florida. She and her room-
mate were both victims of the
serial killer who broke into
their apartment as they slept
their first night in their apart-
ment. The serial killer went


on to kill three more within a
couple of days. Sonja was 18.
Proceeds from this tourna-
ment will benefit the church
scholarship fund. Call Gerry
Moraes, director of recreation
at 954-745-6132

Scoreboard
Pompano Beach Men's Golf
Ass'n. (PBMGA)
Club Championship. First
Round.
CLASS A
1st Charles Nyenhuis ........ 66
2nd Bob Van Zandt............. 69
3rd Richaard Nickerson......69
CLASS B
1st Joe Patchen . . . . . 63
2nd Art Gatesy ........... 65
3rd Jim Hambrick .............. 66
CLASS C
1st Bill Gallagher..............67
2nd- Paul Mahoney..............68
3rd George Melanson...........69
CLASS D
1st Charles Mennes...........68
2nd Fred Byrnes.................69
3rd-Max Barker................69
Closest to the Pin 7th Green. Pines
Course ............ Art Jackson


Rabid Raccoon Found in Fort Lauderdale


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Laboratory tests performed
on a raccoon that killed a
cat and bit another cat have
come back positive for rabies,,
according to the Broward
County Health Department.
This is the 38th rabies case
in Broward County since July
2000. The bite occurred on
Thursday, March 6, 2008, at
the 600 block of NE 14 Ave.
in Fort Lauderdale.
The County Health De-
partment has issued a rabies
alert for the areas east of 1-95
to the ocean and from Sunrise
Boulevard south to Sheridan
Street. This area includes the
cities of Dania Beach, Fort
Lauderdale and Hollywood.
Animal care officers will
visit homes in the City of Fort
Lauderdale around the area of
the incident to inform resi-
dents about the current rabies
situation, provide safety tips,
and check for current pet li-
cense and rabies vaccinations.


To report any sick or injured
raccoons, foxes or bats, call
the Wildlife Care Center at
954-524-4302 between 8 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. seven days a
week. Or call Fire Central
Dispatch at 954-765-5124


between 7:30 p.m. and 8 a.m.
For more information about
rabies, pet licenses and vacci-
nations, visit Animal Care and
Regulation Division at www.
broward.org/animal.


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Plumbing Repairs, Drywall.
Season Specials. Condo
Specialist. Free Estimates.
References. 954-781-5106 or
305-331-3387. 3/21
GILL'S LAWN CARE Hedge
And Tree Trimming. Driveway
Sealing. Fourth Cutting Free.
Call Joe at 954-520-4439 C
3/21
HANDYMAN/REMODELING
- 20 Years In Pompano. No Job
Too Large Or Small. Painting,
Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical, Kitchens, Baths. 954-
295-4118. 4/11
PROFESSIONAL PLUMBING
SERVICE State Certified
Contractor. Licensed/Insured.
24 Hour Emergency Service.
Champagne Plumbing Inc.
Mention this ad and get $50
off any service or $200 off any
major renovations. 1-800-892-
1394. 5/16


PRESSURE CLEANING AND
PAINTING. 3 Rooms Walls
Only For $295.00 (Includes
Paint). Also Handyman Work.
Free Estimates. Call 954-234-
7111.3/28
COMPLETE KITCHEN
AND BATH REMODELING.
Artistic Designs For Form and
Function. Cabinet Refacing,
Granite Counters, Custom
Woodworking, Crown Molding,
Plumbing, Electrical, Painting,
Tile, Drywall, Plaster. Call Bill
954-675-8216. 3/21
WILL DRIVE YOU TO
SHOPPING OR WILL SHOP
FOR YOU. Run Errands,
Appointments, Etc. $20/hr.
Two Hour Minimum. Call 954-
678-8066. C
TRANSPORT DRIVER AT
YOUR SERVICE- to Airports,
Shopping, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr. 24-7 Days/Week. Call
Dino 954-956-8474 or 201-
370-1622. C

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CONDOS FOR
SALE
POMPANO .GOLF COURSE*
Huge Third Floor Condo In
Beautiful Resort Style Complex.
ConvenientTo Everything. Large
,Closets. Screened Balcony.
$125,000. Julia Rogers 954-
695-7409 or Archway Realty
954-942-7007. 3/21
LIGHTHOUSE POINT EAST
OF US1. 2 BD/2 BA Third floor
Condo With Hurricane Shutters.
Elevator, Heated Pool, Putting
Green. Association Says 55+.
Only $97,000. Florida Sunbelt
Realty. 954-973-6263. 3/21


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POMPANO BEACH-WATERS
EDGE. Eighth Floor Furnished
2 BD/2 BA Corner Unit On
ICW/Hillsboro Inlet. WaterViews
From Every Room. Building
Restoration Almost Complete.
$549,900. Call 954-946-8633.
3/28
POMPANO BEACH/PALM
AIRE GOLF AND COUNTRY
CLUB. 1,800+ Square Foot 3
BD/2.5 BA Fourth Floor Condo
Overlooking Stunning View
of Golf and Water. See This
Spacious Floor Plan That Has
Recently and Luxuriously Been
Reappointed In The Finest Of
Taste. All For $269,900. Call
Florida Sun Belt Realty. 954-
973-6263. 3/21
POMPANO BEACH 3 BD/2
BA Condo With Direct Ocean
View. Private Beach. Balcony.
Updated Kitchen and Baths.
$599,000. Richard Salter, Salter
Realty. 954-812-4801. 3/21
A1A POMPANO AEGEAN.
Ocean Front On Sand. 2 BD/2
BA Condo With Great Ocean
and ICW Views. $449,000. Call
Marty Cohen at 954-295-2356.
Dynasty R.E. C 4/4
POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA On The Sand. Beautiful
Direct Ocean and Pier Views.
Two Oceanside Balconies.
Fully Remodeled. Low Maint.
Fees. All concrete restoration
completed. Small pets O.K.
Plenty of parking. 954-478-
6187. C
FSBO OCEANFRONT
CONDO, SEA RANCH CLUB,
Bldg. C, Large 2/2, semi-private
elevator, 2 deeded parking
places. $545,000. 954-557-
6413. Won't Last. C
LBTS SOUTH LEISURE. 1
BD/1 BA Ground Floor, Corner
Condo With Private Patio. One
Block To Beach. Heated Pool,
Clubhouse, New Hurricane
Shutters, Open, Airy, Bright.
Call: 954-493-8894. C

CONDOS FOR
SALE OR RENT
POMPANO BEACH 2 BD/2
BA Updated Condo. East of U.S.
1. Approval Required. $985/mo.
Annual Lease. $.174,900 Sale
Price. Call 954-234-3644 or
954-234-3646. 3/28
POMPANO BEACH -
CYPRESS CLUB CONDO. 1
BD/1.5 BA Unfurnished Condo
On Canal. Pool, Club House
and Laundry Facilities on Site.
$800/mo. Rental Price- Annual
Lease. $145,000 Sale Price. Call
Faye Bruner, Balistreri Realty,
954-303-9249. 3/21

HOMES FOR SALE
POMPANO BEACH OCEAN
ACCESS/NO FIXED BRIDGES.
3 BD/3 BA Single Family Home
With 2 Car Garage. 70' Water
Frontage With Dock. Patty
Lockman, Distinctive Properties.
954-410-6002. 3/21
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 1961
N.E. 29th Street. Meticulously
Maintained and Updated 3
BD/2 BA Home With Attached
Garage. Big Fenced Yard.
$299,900 OBO. Call Judy @
Prudential FL 1st Realty. 954-
304-4518. 3/21


WAREHOUSE
BAYS FOR SALE
DEERFIELD BEACH/DIXIE
AND 42ND ST. 1,000 Sq. Ft.
or 2,000 Sq. Ft. Bays. Each With
Office and Bathroom. Zoned
M-1. Owner Will Finance. Call
954-647-1655. 3/21

FOR RENT
DEERFIELD BEACH -
Amazing WATERFRONT 2
BD/2 BA Unfurnished Condo.
Pool. $1,100/mo. (Includes
Cable). Annual Lease. No
Pets. Call 631-885-3342 or
Audrey at Newshot Realty
954-481-3400. 3/21

POMPANO BEACH -
Emerald Tower, 1401 S.
Ocean Blvd. 1,900 Sq. Ft. 2 or
3 Bedrooms. Corner Unit With
Wraparound Balcony. Some
Ocean View. Private Beach.
Deep Water. All Amenities.
$2,200/mo. Also For Sale.
Call Joanne Smith, Balistreri
Realty, 954-418-9977. 3/21

POMPANO BEACH Island
Club, 777 S. Federal Hwy.
Gated Community With All
Amenities. 2 BD/2 BA, With
Screened Patio Overlooking
Canal. Docks Available For
Rent. $1,600/mo. Sorry No
Trucks Or Pets. Also ForSale.
Call Joanne Smith, Balistreri
Realty, 954-418-9977. 3/21

EAST BOCA 3 BD/2 BA
Home With Double Garage
and Pool. $1,400/mo. Plus
Utilities. Annual Lease. Good
Credit Required. Call 631-885-
3342 or Audrey at Newshot
Realty 954-481-3400.

A1A POMPANO BEACH. 2
BD/2.5 BA Beautiful Two Story
Town Home. Marble Floors, W/
D, Back Yard. Steps To Beach,
Boating, Shopping. $1,550/mo.
Annual Lease. 954-673-2292.
C 3/21
POMPANO BEACH 1 BD/1
BA Apartment With Pool And
Laundry Facilities On Site. Great
Central Location. $675/mo.
Annual Lease. Call 954-783-
3723. 3/21
2 BD/2 BA CONDO. Deerfield
Beach. Quiet. Fresh Paint and
New Carpet. *Brookfield* Lovely
Corner Second Floor With
Balcony and Pool. No. Pets.
Good Credit Required. $875-
900/mo. Lease. 631-885-3342
or Audrey at Newshot Realty
954-481-3400. 3/21
POMPANO BEACH Large
Efficiency With Kitchen and 1
BD/1 BA Apartment Available.
500 Feet To Ocean. Laundry
And Pool On Premises. No Pets.
Call 248-977-2221 or 248-736-
1533. 4/11
DEEP WATER HOME -
HARBOR VILLAGE. 3 BD/2
BA. Garage. 40 Foot Dock With
Electricity and Water. Minutes
To Inlet. $1,895/mo. Annual
Lease. Archway Realty 954-
942-7007. 3/21
POMPANO BEACH CLUB
- SOUTH. Gorgeous 1 .BD/1
BA 15th Floor Condo With
Unobstructed Ocean and City
Views. Garage Parking. 24 Hour
Security. Call Petra, 954-593-
8495. Distinctive Realty. 3/21


PROFESSIONAL WANTED
To Share Waterfront Mobile
Home in Pompano Beach.
Non-Smoker. References and
Cleanliness a Must. $650/mo.
All Inclusive. Call 954-783-
3122. 3/21
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 55+
1 BD/1 BA. One Month Free
With Lease. New A/C. Newly
Painted. Remodeled Kitchen.
Overlooking Pool Area. Friendly
Neighbors. 954-941-7989.
Furnished/Unfurnished. 3/21
POMPANO BEACH VILLA
RIO CONDO. 2 BD/2 BA
Unfurnished Condo on Canal
With Pool, Club House and
Laundry Facilities on Site.
$1100/mo. Annual Lease. Call
Faye Bruner, Balistreri Realty.
954-303-9249. 3/21

ENTERTAINMENT
DJ... With New Equipment.
Reasonable Rates.. $100.up.
#1 Specialty- Ballroom Dance.
Also Rock & Roll..Party Mix..
Polkas..Or Your Choice. DJ
- PETER BILAR. Cell Phone
908-783-8615. Leave Message
7 24hr. Open To Volunteer
Work. 4/4

AIRPORT HANGAR
AIRPORT HANGAR For Rent.
North Perry Airport. Call 954-
942-9881. C 4/4

VEHICLES
WANTED
ONE MAN'S JUNK
IS ANOTHER MAN'S
TREASURE!!! Wanted.... All
Vehicles. Running Or Not! Used,
Wrecked and Junk! Top Dollar
Paid!!!! All Makes/Models. Free
Pick Up. 954-588-7501. 5/30

HEALTH AND
FITNESS
SENIORCIZE Every Tuesday
and Friday From 10 A.M.
to 11 A.M. at Leading Lady
Fitness, 1616 S. Cypress Road,
Pompano Beach. Call 954-545-
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EVENTS
Broward Sierra
Club meets April 1
at Fern Forest Nature
Center, 201 Lyons Road
South, Coconut Creek.
Guests will discuss
rewards of starting green
businesses. Free.Call
954-946-7359.
Under Sea Adven-
turers dive club will
meet Thursday, April 3
at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 NE
6th Street, Pompano
Beach. The meeting
begins at 7:30 p.m. and
this month's featured
speaker is Lad Akins,
executive director of
REEF.The meeting is
free and open to the pub-
lic; for more information
call 561-999-9820.
Garden Clubs
The Pompano
Beach Garden Club
will meet on Monday,
April 14th at 12:30 p.m.
at Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 NE
6th St., Pompano Beach.
A Slide Show on "Win-
ter Color Landscape"
will be presented by
Barbara Handsell. Call
Harriet at 954-783-3106
for more information."
Shows
Eastside Funding
Group will host an
art reception for Har-
money Jones, March
28, from 5 to 8 p.m. at
217 Commercial Blvd.,
Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea. This local exhibit
will showcase many of
Harmony's series which
will allow viewers to
experience her dramatic
range of work. Wine &
Cheese will be served.
Call 954-776-3455.
Golf
Golf tournament-
sponsored by St. Mar-
tin's Episcopal Church
April 5 at the Pompano
Beach Municipal Golf
Course. Four-person
Scramble, contests,
prizes, raffles, reception
and dinner. Sponsor-
ships are available. Call
954-941-4843.
RELAY FOR LIFE
- Volunteer now to help
the Relay for Life events
scheduled for April
11 and 12 in Pompano
Beach and
Hospice of Gold
Coast is in need of vol-
unteers for patient care
and/or administrative
jobs. Volunteers will be
trained to become a part
of the Hospice team.
Call 954-788-5058.
Singles
Ballroom, Latin &


Swing group classes.
Wednesday, 7 to 8 p.m.
and Thursdays 7 to 8
p.m. and 8 to 9 p.m. at
Showtime Dance and
Performing Arts The-
atre, 503 S.E. Mizner
Blvd. Suite 73, Boca
Raton. Call 561-394-
2626.
Forever Young
Social Dance Group
dances to tunes provided
by Disc Jockey Bill Gil-
bert every Tuesday from
1 to 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal
Point Senior Center,
Deerfield Beach. Call
954-480-4447.


Scoreboard

POMPANO BEACH WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN.
RESULTS, TUES., Mar 18, 2008
18 HOLE GROUP
A and C Class
1st Arlene Brosco, Jackie Simone ................. 61
2nd Eleanor DePasquale, Christene Rush ............... 63
3rd Janet Stuart, Elaine Schoengood ............. .. 63
4th Charlene Fernsel, Grace Duffy ............... .... 64
B and D Class
1st Anita MacMichael, Angela Curtin.......... .... 54
2nd June Laub, Bea Haley ..................... 62
3rd Jill McCarty, Angela Curtin .................. 62
4th Barbara Daly, Lil Cody ........... ....... 65
9 HOLE GROUP Gross score minus 2 worst holes
A CLASS
1st Kathy Gardner .... . . . . . . 38
2nd Marlene Williams .................... 38
3rd Gwen Jackson ................. . 41
B CLASS
1st Betty Reims ..... . . . . . . 41
2nd Harriet Fisher ... . . . . . . . 42'
3rd Jeanne Hammarlund ...................... 43


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Ask Mother
Nature
By Norbert Izworski
PELICAN WRITER

SP Recycling Corporation
and two of its companion
manufacturing mills are being
sold to White Birch Paper
Company of Greenwich,
Connecticut for 350 million
dollars.


SP Recycling is one of the
nation's largest paper recy-
cling companies collecting
more than one million tons of
old newspapers, 130,000 tons
of other paper products, and
225,000 tons of residual saw-
mill wood-chips each year.
Graceanna Henderson, Divi-
sion Manager for SP Recy-
cling Corporation views this
purchase with anticipation.
According to Ms. Hender-
son, "The first changes our


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customers will see is a name
change on the recycling bins
to White Birch Recycling, and
there may also be a change in
paint colors on the bins.
In the future, expect our
company to expand into recy-
cling other types of paper."
SP Newsprint Company
is currently owned by three
newspaper publishers; Cox
Enterprises Inc., McClatchy
Company, and Media General
Inc. The sale is expected
to close by the end of April
2008.
The three parent companies
will be focusing their future
efforts in the communica-
tion business. For example,
Media General owns three


metropolitan newspapers, 22
daily newspapers, and more
than 150 weekly newspapers
and publications. They also
own 23 network-affiliated TV
stations and 75 online enter-
prises.
White Birch Paper Com-
pany is the second largest
producer of newsprint paper
in North America with four
manufacturing mills in US
and Canada.
Annually they produce 1.48
million tons of newsprint.
Peter Brant,
chairman of this family-
owned company said this ac-
quisition "... will broaden the
company's ability to expand
in the recycling business."


Currently only fifty percent
of all paper products are re-
cycled, so there is great poten-
tial to increase our successful
paper recycling programs.
The fifty percent of the pa-
per not recycled usually ends
up in landfills where it is the
single greatest source of man-
made methane.
When this gas gets into the
atmosphere, it is 21 times
more destructive to Global
Warming than carbon dioxide.

Sources: Paper Recycler
Sold for $350 Million by Jim
Johnson, Waste News Feb. 4,
2008, and Telephone 'inter-
view with Graceanna Hender-
son, March 3, 2008.


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