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Publication Date: September 5, 2008
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SEPTEMBER 5, 2008 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE POlNI rALuur.ma.. -= -_ Vol. XIV, Issue 36


Lauderdale-By-

The-Sea double

drowning due to

rip tides
Bradley Perlberg, 41, and his wife,
Terry Ann Perlberg, 45, of Jamestown,
North Dakota, were victims last week-
end of a double drowning in Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea due to rip tides.
Shortly after 2 p.m. on Aug. 31,
Broward Sheriff's Office deputies and
fire rescue personnel responded to
4050 North Ocean Drive regarding a
body that washed ashore. They found
a deceased female on shore and an
adult male floating in the water near
4100 El Mar Drive. BSO paramedics
pronounced both of them dead at the
scene.
The Perlbergs were a husband and
wife truck-driving team. They had
checked into a Holiday Inn on Aug.
30.

Lighthouse

Point to hold

public hearing

on street closing
The City of Lighthouse Point
is having a special city commission
meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008
at 7:30 p.m. to conduct a public hear-
ing concerning the closure of NE 34
Court.

Deerfield Beach

budget hearings

set for Sept. 8
Deerfield Beach will hold three
public hearings relating city budget at
city hall, 150 NE 2 Ave. in Deerfield
Beach.
Sept. 8, 7 p.m. -Public hearing
on the tentative budget and proposed
millage rate. Commission will have
the first reading of ordinances to adopt
a millage rate and the tentative budget.
Sept. 12, 3 p.m. Public hearing
to adopt a final fire assessment fee.
Sept.16, 7 p.m. Adopt a final millage
rate and finalize the budget. City com-
mission will have the second reading
of ordinances to adopt a final millage
rate and the final budget.
A copy of the city's proposed
budget is available at www.Deerfield-
Beach.com, or through the city clerk's
office, 954-480-4200.


When her Dearly Beloved of 37 Years said "I do" in stead of "I Will." Cynthia'Poitier could only laugh about it. Newly elected Pompano Beach Com-
missioner Woodrow Poitier said he thought he was getting married again because his wife was standing next to him. Also pictured is City Clerk Mary
Chambers who inducted Poitier to the city commission on Wednesday. See story on page 4. [Photo Jerry Sanzone, City of Pompano Beach]

Century Village welcomes Joe Biden
By Michael d'Oliveira nominee, Delaware Senator Joe Biden, of stopping future atrocities. "Silence
PELICAN STAFF visited Century Village in Deerfield brings abuse," said Biden, raising
Beach where he was greeted by more his voice. He compared the.plight of
As the Republican National than 800 people. Muslims murdered in Bosnia to that
Convention headed into its second Biden stumped about the lessons
day, Democratic Vice- Presidential of the Holocaust and the importance Continued on page 20

U.S. Navy vet, Dennis Myers, sought to improve

community through civic meetings and church


Pompano Beach resident, civic
leader and Navy veteran, Dennis My-
ers, 66, died after a short illness on
Sept. 1. Myers was a member of the
Greater Pompano Beach Republican
Club, a member of the Republican
Executive Committee and the chair-
person of Catholics for McCain.
Myers rose beyond political
boundaries and was sought after for
advice from both sides of the political
aisles from the local to the national
levels.
"I called to talk to him this morn-
ing, and they told me he was not in the
[hospital] room," said Florida Senator
Jeff Atwater, who was shocked to hear
the news.
Atwater described Myers as the
person who always worked in the
background. "Dennis showed all of
us what humility and quiet service is
all about. He never did anything to


bring attention to himself. He facili-
tated conversation that would help the
neighborhood. In his quietness and his
gentleness, he became the model we
can all follow. His was not an intoler-
ant voice. There aren't any more Den-
nis Myers."
Former Pompano Beach Commis-
sioner Susan Foster said Myers was

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a man who reached out to all
his neighbors, especially the
elderly. He loved his church.
Dennis was beloved by every-
one who knew him."
Carol Waldrop, presi-
dent of the Greater Pompano
Beach Republican Club called
Myers her friend and men-
tor, someone who served his
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person for knowing Dennis,"
said Waldrop. "His friends can
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something from it that they
liked, We all need to have a
little touch of Dennis in our
lives, and we need to pass it
on to others. His death is a
tremendous loss. We thank
him for his servant's heart."
Former Pompano Beach
Mayor, Bill Griffin, said, "He
was a stalwart of the com-
munity. One example is the


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tenacity he exhibited during
the annexation of Cresthaven
into Pompano Beach. He was
on the national selection com-
mittee to advise Congressman
Mel Martinez on the selection
of candidates for the naval
military academy, something
he was very proud of. He was
a proud Republican, and he
was a staunch believer that his
creator leaned that way too.
Dennis simply exhibited the
traits of what it meant to be a
community activist."
Myers served in the U.S.
Navy after graduating from
the University of South Caro-
lina. He served in Vietnam
and remained active in the
Navy League.
"He was proud of his
Navy service, his leader-
ship in the Cresthaven Crime
Watch, and he was a loyal
parishioner of St. Elizabeth of
Hungary where he served as
lector," said Monsignor John
Glorie, a longtime friend of
Myers.
Myers served in the media
department Broward County
where he prepared press
releases regarding Broward
County Government.
Myers was also a friend to
animals.
Father Glorie says, "He
was worse than St. Frances.
He wouldn't even kill a lizard.
He loved the "night" lizards,
frogs and birds. He fed the
birds every day."
Myers also adopted two
cats, each on separate Hal-
loween nights, Casper and
Punkin', who will be adopted
by Father Glorie.
A mass will be offered
at St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Catholic Church, 3301 NE 10
Terrace, Pompano Beach, at 6
p.m. today, Sept. 5. A recep-
tion will follow in the parish
hall.
Myers is survived by his
brother, Harry Myers [Phyl-
lis], Cousin Lewis Walton and
one niece Dina Myers and one
nephew James Myers.


Correction

and

clarification
Last week The Pelican
reported that State Rep. Elect
Gwyn Clarke-Reed had taught
for 33 years in the Broward
County School system.
Clarke-Reed's teaching
career between New York and
Broward County lasted for 33
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Highlands Christian Academy expands computer program


Frances Pala Zannoni
PELICAN WRITER
Highlands Christian
Academy has partnered
with the Lighthouse Doreen
Gauthier Library to bring
more information resources
to students. By signing up
for Lighthouse Point Library
cards Highlands students can
access the Florida Electronic
Library, or FEL, and many
other web sites from their
school.
The FEL offers accurate
and reliable Internet resource
options including electronic
magazines, almanacs, news-
papers, encyclopedias and e-
books. They can reach World
Cat to locate books and other
materials in libraries globally
and Infotrac where the sub-
jects are virtually limitless.
Students can even get
help with their homework
through FEL.
Private Schools are
charged $1,100 annually for
elementary resources and up
to $2,000 annually for high
school resources on the FEL.
But it's free to all Florida
residents with a public library
card. The program is the re-
sult of a collaboration among
Florida libraries and is funded
by a federal Library Services
& Technology Act, LISTA,
grant. It's administered by the
Florida Division of Library &
Information Services Florida
Department of State.
FEL is free to all Florida
public libraries that are mem-


pano Beach schools, Trinity
Christian School, Lighthouse
Point Christian School and
Norcrest Elementary School
also signed up for cards with
the Lighthouse Point Public
Library.
"We also get a lot of
students from Deerfield Beach
Middle and Deerfield Beach
High school who come in,"
said Doreen Gauthier, library
director. "We allowed these
students to sign up for free
when the Deerfield Beach
Library was closed for some
work and they stayed with

Continued on page 12


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the Lighthouse Point Public
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that makes it so attractive to
Highlands Christian Academy.
"They have been so gra-
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assistance for obtaining these
valuable resources," said
Lorri Mathisen, Highlands
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Some resources that could


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'So pray for Larkins. Pray for me, and we will have a good time again in

Pompano Beach' says District 4 Commissioner Woodrow Poitier


By Lisa Bolivar
PELICAN WRITER
Woodrow "Woody"
Poitier was sworn-in as
Pompano Beach District 4
commissioner Tuesday during
a brief ceremony at the city
commission chambers.
Poitier, 60, takes the seat
vacated by Vice Mayor E.
Pat Larkins who resigned his
seat earlier in the year due to
illness.
But when Poitier was
sworn in by City Clerk Mary
Chambers, he answered "I
do," instead of "I will."
us."


He explained. "I got
mixed up with my wife stand-
ing here and thought we were
getting married again."
About 100 people showed
up to watch Poitier take his
place on the dais.
Along with family and
friends, the former fire
fighter was joined by Bro-
ward Sheriff's Office Major
Bill Knowles, District 11 and
Pompano Beach Fire Bat-
talion Chief Scott McLellan,
who served with Poitier when
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nessman or on the job for the
city, he acted and will act in
the best interest of the city at
heart," McLellan said.
Mayor Lamar Fisher
joined others in welcoming
Poitier to the city.
"He [Poitier] has a long
history of community service
between his family business
and his community activism. I
am looking forward to work-
ing with him," Fisher said.
Commissioner Charlotte
Burrie has known Poitier
since she was city clerk in the
70s, and said it is Poitier's
firsthand knowledge of his
community that will make
him an asset to the commis-


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Poitier, whose cousin,
Sylvia Poitier, serves as vice
mayor in Deerfield Beach,
said his first goal is to get
people in his district involved
in their own destiny.
"There is a lot to be done
in my community," he said.
And Poitier indicated that the
community needs to step up
as well. "If you aren't going
to volunteer, don't complain,"
he said.
Despite the victory atmo-
sphere of the day, Poitier did
not let the day end without
turning thoughts to Larkins.
Poitier said he visited Larkins
to tell him about the elec-
tion results. He said Larkins,


who cannot speak, blinked
in response to the news. "I
want to have prayers for E.
Pat Larkins, so pray for him.
Pray for me, and we will have
a good time again in Pompano
Beach."
Poitier was elected com-
mission on Aug. 26 in a spe-
cial election. He was opposed
by Ed Phillips, Ronnie Fryer
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PELICAN STAFF
Call them facilitators or arrang-
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this small team makes up the activities
department in John Knox Village, or
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tion for making a lot of things hap-
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every candidate running in the recent
primary election visited and pitched
this voting block. The Resident
Legislative Committee invited the


candidates and Shires arranged for two
Meet The Candidates events which
took place in the packed auditorium.
The outside world comes to
John Knox Village
As a non-profit itself, JKV offers
free meeting space to other non-profits
such as the newest area Rotary In-
ternational Club, St. Henry's Catho-
lic Church, St. Nicholas Episcopal
Church, Toastmasters International,
Holy Cross Hospital Healthplex,
Hibiscus Bridge Club, FLICRA and
Broward Personal Computer Associa-
tion. Residents have the opportunity
to participate in these organizations in
convenient Village meeting rooms.
At a weekly exchange program,
Shires brings in speakers from inter-
esting service organizations such as
The Humane Society, the American
Heart Association, Lighthouse for the
Blind, Horses for the Handicapped
and more.
Every September Activities throws
a 'Fruits of Our Labor' festival, during
which residents recruit each other for
over 18 volunteer opportunity areas in
the Village, showcased by individual
booths. The event also recognizes the
over 500 resident volunteers who con-
tribute time and talents to the Village


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As JKV residents became more
and more aware of the value of
exercise, Shires responded with an
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highly qualified trained and licensed
fitness coordinators. Residents can do
their own thing or participate in water
aerobics and the schedule of classes
offered throughout the week.
Weight Watchers came to the
Village recently, and the two groups
continue running successfully racking
up losses for the vigilant.
Last year Ron Davis, retired
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PAL Center dedicated in Deerfield

Beach Kelly' s Heroes established


Margaret Colescott of Deerfield Beach reaches across the shoulders of Sgt. Bill Murray to lay a
comforting hand on Sandy Murray as they listen to dedication presentations for the Sgt. Bill Murray
PAL Center and the naming of the center's wrestling team "Kelly's Heroes," after Kelly Murray, son
of Bill and Sandy who died in June. [Photos by Lisa Bolivar]

By Lisa Bolivar
PELICAN WRITER
A tearful, bittersweet dedication ceremony marked the naming of the Bill
Murray PAL Center Aug. 9 in Deerfield Beach.
Broward Sheriff Office Sgt. Murray, the 30-year law enforcement veteran
whose name now appears on the Police Athletic League, or PAL, sports center
located in Fire Station One at 928 East Hillsboro Boulevard, spent much of his
time supporting the center's goals.
The center was dedicated to him as a result of his work helping children
achieve their full potential through sports.
PAL was established during the Great Depression to help children build
character while building police-community relationships, and to give them
something wholesome to do with their time after school.
Many PAL programs across the country also help with homework and other
school-related activities.
Murray, who is due to retire in early 2009, first became involved in creating
a local Pal program six years ago because of his son's interest in wrestling.
Kelly Murray, 24, died unexpectedly in June. Murray and his wife Sandy,
wept as they listened to BSO Chaplain Rick Braswell, Sheriff Al Lamberti and

Continued on page 8


Tips for preparing boats & yachts

against the forces of hurricanes
As the hurricane and storm season advances, boat owners should know
how to prepare their boats to weather the storms.
MarineMax has offered the following advice for better preparations:
If there is enough advanced warning, moving boats out of the water and
out of the storm's path is the best possible way to avoid damage. Unfor-
tunately, this isn't always an option. When it's not, MarineMax offers the
following tips to prevent and minimize damage to boats and yachts:
When possible, store boats out of the water on land or on a lift to
protect them from dangerous storm surges. If the
boat is on a lift, tether the bow and stern to the
lift itself so that high water will not float it off the
lift. Placing an anchor from the boat on the lift to
nearby land can also be effective in the event the
lift becomes damaged.
Remove all canvas and boat covers if possible
and secure below or store elsewhere. Canvas, at
best, can withstand winds up to approximately 70 miles per hour and flap-
ping canvas can damage the Gel-Coat.
When docked, double or triple-line boats, allowing them to move with
the water but keeping them tight enough to prevent the vessel from slam-
ming against stationary poles and docks this is traditionally the cause of
most boat damage.
Duct tape vertical windows to prevent water from entering the boat.
Then tighten down the hatches. If possible, duct tape engine room vents to
prevent rain intrusion.
Position fenders where they will best protect the hull from surround-
ing stationary objects. The boat will rise and fall with changing water
levels and adjusting fenders will be impossible. Position the fenders on the
stationary objects such as pilings or docks that pose a constant threat to the
hull.
Be sure boats are properly insured, and have all insurance documen-
tation handy in case of damage. Photograph and/or videotape boats and
yachts for use as additional property documentation. Photograph and/or
videotape boats and yachts after they are secured as proof that prudent and
reasonable care was taken to protect the property. If possible, also take pic-
tures of neighboring boats to document how they were secured.
Remove all portable electronics, valuables and any items that could po-
tentially be damaged. Remove and secure loose items such as seat cushions,
throwable cushions and boat hooks that could potentially cause damage.
Clean out lockers and refrigerators of perishable foods and take those
items with you.
As a last item, do not lock the boat or yacht. After a storm authorities
will secure the area and check buildings and boats for people and will break
down all locked doors to complete a thorough sweep. Thieves will get into
a boat anyway if they are looking for valuables. Leaving doors unlocked
for authorities can reduce further damage.
Once the storm subsides and damage is assessed, prepare a checklist
that you will have available every hurricane season. Make notes of what
created or added to damage and what preventative measures could have
been taken.
For more information on hurricane preparation, call your local Marine-
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Poitier's call to volunteerism could

not come at a better time


With the induction of Woodrow Poitier to the Pompano Beach Commission,
we hope he will lead the charge for a new volunteerism that will spread way
beyond District 4.
Economic times that are bringing with it foreclosed homes, bankruptcy and
family tragedies, should forge the way for neighbors, civic groups and churches
to step up and help fill in the gaps.
As governments tighten their belts and grant funding dries up, volunteerism
must rise.
This week, former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee, reminded the nation
that the government cannot be the total surrogate for family problems.
Huckabee referred to Abraham Lincoln's words that "a government that can
do everything for us can also take everything away."
Every single church, civic group and neighborhood association should ask
its membership, "What Can We Do?"
Here are some possibilities: Offer after school homework help; volunteer in
schools; donate to groups that are already doing these things.
No matter the issues that we face as adults, we as a civilization must shelter
the children through these times. They will see that we found courage that one
day they too may have to find. And they will remember that courage is available
for everyone.
Do something.


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JKV
Continued from page 4
Music Department and a new
Village resident, organized
The Villagers, a men's chorus.
"I was amazed to have 45
men sign on," he says "and I
continue to be impressed by
their dedication to the group's
success."
Another well known
South Florida musician and
new resident, Harriet Mertz
moved in and soon organized
The Notables, an all-women's
chorus which is as enthusias-
tic as Director Mertz.
They visit the world
outside of the Village
JKV residents travel
to Europe, the islands and
explore the U.S.A. Two trips
coming up include a Mexican
Riviera Cruise and a 3-day
visit to Florida's Nature
Coast.
Residents without cars
still have many opportunities
to connect to the world out-
side of the Village. There are
bus trips to churches, shop-
ping plazas, grocers, pharma-
cies and medical offices.
Cultural day trips are
regularly scheduled to points
of interest including Broward
Center for the Performing
Arts, museums, theaters,
concerts, libraries and dining
destinations. In August, din-
ner outings included the Fort
Lauderdale Yacht Club and
the Sea Watch.
One resident says, "I go
to more places since I quite
driving and moved into JKV
than I ever did when I had a
car and lived on the beach."
Thank you members
of the activities department
at JKV for creating and
augmenting activities for
residents who, in turn, volun-
teer their talents and help to
others.


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PAL,
Continued from page 6

others tell the packed audi-
ence about the program.
"I know the hardest thing
you ever face is just getting
up in the morning and facing
the day," said Deputy Butch
Santy. "But Kelly would have
been so proud to see this, to
see this legacy, and he would
want you to go forward."
Santy now oversees the
PAL program. He spoke about
Murray's years of dedication
as a deputy, a father and as


the initiator of the Deerfield
Beach PAL program. Deer-
field Beach commissioners
also attended the event.
Even Santy wept as he
recalled Kelly.
"We now have a new
wrestling team that we call
Kelly's Heroes after your son,
Bill," he said, choking on his
words.
The center was originally
to be dedicated in Murray's
name last June, but was de-
layed because of the Kelly's
death.
Murray began his PAL
involvement six years ago
by establishing a wrestling


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naming Deerfield Beach's new PAL facility after the sergeant and its wrestling team after Kelly, who died in June.


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became part of the program.
Boxing is the newest compo-
nent this year.
Now the PAL program
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the Fire Station. A boxing ring
is centerpiece and is flanked
by punching bags. Weight lift-
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"I have kind of left a diffi-
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said just before the ceremony.
"But this is worth it."
How many children
attend?
There are 150 children
registered at the Deerfield
PAL program. Pal has an an-
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$45 for those enrolled in the
boxing courses. PAL is funded
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For more information about up-
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Fire Rescue

and Local 1549

say thanks to

community
It's a post Labor Day picnic, but
local fire fighters are still hoping to
raise their donations to the Labor Day
Jerry Lewis Marathon for MDA.
The fire fighters were in the streets
with their boots tipped for donations
last weekend, but this weekend the
party is for the residents and those
who donated.
The Sept. 13 picnic at the Pom-
pano Beach Elks Lodge, 700 NE 10
St. will include many activities for the
entire family, a K-9 demonstration,
hamburgers, hot dogs and more. The
event takes place from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m.

Pompano Beach

trims fat off

employees
The Weigh We Were may sound
like a song, but the title applied to
one of 25 teams of Pompano Beach
employees who shed more than 600
pounds through the city's Weight Loss
Challenge.
The event, organized by the city's
human resources and risk management
department, included City Manager
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Fisher.
Research shows that wellness
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Dr. Kasra N. Behfar, podiatrist, surgeon and

diabetic foot specialist stresses foot care


Dr. Kasran Behfar, D.P.M., P.A. has been practicing podiatric medicine, surgery, foot and ankle care
in Pompano Beach and Tamarac for the past 10 years. He is also a diabetic foot specialist. He is
shown here doing an initial patient assessment. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Well known area doctor of podi-
atric medicine, Dr. Kasra Behfar has
had a practice in Poinpano Beach and
Tamarac for the past 10 years. His
extensive training includes Harvard
Medical School, New England Dea-
coness Hospital and Joslin Diabetes
Center. He's on the staff of Holy Cross
Medical Center, Coral Springs Medi-
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Tamarac.
"I toyed with the idea of becoming
a surgeon," he says, "but after spend-
ing time with one, I decided against it
because surgeons have little time for a
personal life. After working with a po-
diatrist, I chose this career because it


was medical but also seemed to leave
time for a family life."
It was a wise choice because now
he and his wife, Azita share their
nights with two young sons, 2-year-
old Iman and newborn, Arman.
Settling down to talk about his
field, Behfar says, "90 percent of
women's foot problems are shoe
related. If women wore the right shoes
I'd be out of business. Shoes must
fit correctly including measurements
of length and width. They must be
supportive with good arches and heel
counters."
One loyal patient, Grace Cardello,
has been going to Dr. Behfar since he
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Dr. Behfar practices what he
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his own shoes which were New Bal-
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"I recommend New Balance, SAS,
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heels should only be worn on special
occasions when there is little walking
involved."
Behfar estimates that 20 to 30
percent of his practice is surgical
involving hammer toes, bunions, bone
spurs, wound care and fractures. He
reminds readers that we have 26 bones
in a foot and 30 ligaments. "If these
parts aren't working together, we have
problems."
According to Behfar, sprains can
be more complicated than breaks
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blood supply to the injured tissues.
His advice for an acute sprain is im-
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days, followed by aggressive physi-
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If flat feet become painful, he
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in a neutral position. This mold will
focus the foot into proper position
when the patient is walking. Orthotic
molds cost between $350 and $450.
They last for years and have benefited
many of my patients."
Dr. Behfar is particularly well
trained to handle wound care having
trained at the Joslin Diabetes Center.
He says wound care needs occur most
frequently in diabetics and patients
with vascular diseases. "An open
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means to identify a diabetic who may
not have been diagnosed. Treatment
involves cleansing and removal of
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Inter-active opera, Carmen,


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
She's a cigarette-smok-
ing loose woman. She's still
winning hearts of men and
women who are paying big
bucks to watch her seduce her
Spanish soldier.
Now, she comes to the
Herb Skolnick Center in Palm
Aire and her ways have not
changed.
She is Carmen, the gyspy
made famous by the French
composer Georges Bizet, and
this production will be like no
other.
Carmen, produced by
Myrna Meeroff, through a
cultural grant, will be acted by
members of the audience.
"It's inter-active opera,"
says Meeroff. "We use volun-
teers to sing, dance, act and


play instruments.
Before the performance,
Meeroff will ask for volun-
teers. She will cast the opera
by each act. Once chosen for a
part, volunteers will retreat to
the Green Room, where actors
prepare for performances, for
costuming, dialogue cards and
maybe a little coaching.
Meeroff, an adjunct music
professor at Broward College,
received her masters in music
at Rice University. She per-
formed in the orchestra pit for
both the Florida Grand and
Palm Beach opera companies.
Her instrument, the French
horn, will be heard throughout
Carmen.
The audience can expect
to laugh a bit as volunteers
do their best to bring Carmen
to the stage, but this tragedy
never ends on a light note.


to open.at Herb Skolnick Civic Center
Bizet's heroine makes .
the fatal error of falling in
love-a love that leads to her
death.
Carmen opened in Paris
on March 3, 1875. Prior to
that, there were cash prob-
lems causing the company to ,
cancel rehearsals. There was '-
hostility against Bizet for the
"morals" portrayed in the
opera._
Things just weren't going
well for Bizet, and he died
never realizing that Carmen .
would emerge as one of the
world's favorite opera.
Meeroff says she's had
her own cash problems, but
she, with the help of her
husband, Andres Sevilla, are
busy making the props and
the costumes themselves. A Snanih soldier [Andres Sevilla] nieaids with Carmen [Mvrna Mei


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Continued from page 10
"I could never have af-
forded to buy costumes," she
says.
Carmen interactive opera
at the Herb Skolnick Center,
opens Sept. 28. Steve Slo-
wick, pianist, will accompany
the performers. Meeroff plans
to take some roles, and she
feels confident that even
non-opera buffs will have a
grand evening of opera with
Carmen.
Tickets are $7 for adults
and $5 for seniors, students
and children.
"I have always loved
opera," Meeroff says. "And if
this performance is a success,
we already have plans for La
Traviotta."
For more information, call
954-803-3762


In Deerfield Beach, music will fill the air


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Thanks to a few unspent
dollars remaining in the
2008-09 Parks and Recre-
ation Department budget,
Moonlight Melodies has been
resurrected by the Deerfield
Beach Cultural Committee.
These concerts at the Main
Beach Parking Lot, along with
a jazz session at The Arbore-
tum, should give music lovers
a splendid September.
First off this weekend,
Friday, Sept. 5, are The Fabu-
Ions performing Motown,
Doo-Wop, classic rock and the
song of the Beach Boys and
the Beatles 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Next, Saturday, Sept. 13,
4 to 8 p.m., Phill Fest and Ter-
ezinha Valois will celebrate


the Autumnal Equinox with
their "Howl at the Moon" jazz
program at the Constitution
Park Arboretum, 2840 W.
Hillsboro Blvd.
The equinox marks that
annual day when day and
night are equal. If the day is
a rainy one, the concert will
be held Sunday, Sept. 14, 1 to
4 p.m.
Proceeds from the sale
of wine, soft drinks and food
will benefit the Cultural
Committee Scholarship Fund.
Coolers are not allowed.
Tours of the Arboretum
will be conducted by volun-
teers from the Friends of the
Arboretum.
On Friday, Sept. 19, 7:30
to 9:30 p.m., The Weld with
lead vocalist Nicole Yarling
will be on the Main Beach


Parking Lot stage with jazz,
blues and standard hits.
All concerts are free.
Refreshments are sold. Bring
chairs for seating.
Growing greener
Along with gearing up for
fall, Deerfield Beach residents
may want to learn more about
how to have a 'greener' home.
A free workshop will be
held Thursday, Sept. 11, 6:30
to 7:30 p.m. at the Public
Works Facility, 401 SW 4
Street. Representatives from
the Organic Produce Buying
club of South Florida, Whole
Foods Market and Freshaire
Choice Paint will speak about
their eco-friendly products
and distribute coupons and
samples.
The event is also an op--


portunity for residents to learn
about the Green Team pro-
gram, a way to promote waste
prevention and recycling.
The Green Team also co-
ordinates a swale landscaping
initiative. Once every quarter,
a home is chosen to receive
native trees and plants in the
swale, installed by city staff
and Green Team members.
Any Deerfield Beach resident
in a single family or duplex
home is eligible to join the
team.
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this workshop, or to learn
more about the Green Team,
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Highlands
Continued from page 12
when the Deerfield Beach
Library was closed for some
work and they stayed with
us."
Highlands Christian
Academy students can also
log onto the World Book Ad-
vanced website which costs
the school $550 per year. It
offers more than 270,000
primary source documents,
5,500 e-books, over 25,000
encyclopedia entries, over
10,000 sounds and pronuncia-
tions and more.
"These two databases are
excellent resources for the
many projects that our stu-
dents have to do each year,"
said Mathisen. "With FEL
you are getting reports and
information that have been
peer reviewed so you're sure


that it's pretty accurate unless
you get a teenage magazine or
something that may not be as
trusted."
Part of HCA's education
will be to teach its students
what sources would be good
to get information from.
The Pompano Beach Pub-
lic Library also pays for ad-
ditional resources which they
offer such as Biography To-
day, history and social studies
web sites, General Reference
Center, ProQuest and religion
and philosophy databases as
well as FEL. Since it is a
county library, the Pompano
Beach Public Library web site
can be accessed with any Bro-
ward County Library card.
Residents who have a
library card for any Florida
public library can access the
Florida Electronic Library by
logging onto www.flelibrary.


Isabele Maugee, Kyle Lassen and Christian Maugee go online globally at Christian Highlands Academy.


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number.
Schools interested in
obtaining Lighthouse Point
Library cards can call the
library at 954-946-6398


"I think one of the best
things about our web site is
that teachers can use it as well
as students and families," said
Anthony. "I still point out the
books first, but it's important


to show folks the other re-
sources that we have available
and I know it must be popular
because when it's not working
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Ties that bind help five churches deal

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By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
Five congregations whose
members speak four languag-
es recently found a home at
one Deerfield Beach church.
And sharing the building
has turned into shared expens-
es for all of them
New Horizons Church,
841 SE 2 Ct., a branch of the
Reformed Church in Amer-
ica, is host to two Brazilian
churches and to two other
congregations which are His-
panic and Korean.
"This is one of our means
of outreach," said Rob Da-
vidson, New Horizons pastor.
"The Gospel is to be taken to
the whole world. America is
a melting pot for so many na-
tions and tongues."
Davidson says God has
introduced the others to New
Horizons, and it's a help on
both sides. With the partner-
ships, "They help us meet our
budget, and we help them by
allowing the use of a beautiful
facility," Davidson said.
First of the other churches
to meet at New Horizons (for-
merly Trinity Church) was the
Han Maum Korean Church,
led by Pastor Joon Lee. A
mission of the New Horizons
Church, they have met at the
church for about three years
and have 15 members.
Hermes Rezenda, pastor
of the Brazilian Community


Gospel Church, and some of
his members started attending
services at New Horizons last
year.
"I felt a spiritual union
with him," Davidson said.
Rezenda was anxious to find
a new home for his church,
which had been meeting in
a rundown area of Deerfield
Beach.
Now the Community
Gospel church has services in
Portuguese at 6:30 p.m. Sun-
days at New Horizons with 30
to 35 in attendance. They also
meet for Bible study at 7 p.m.
Monday.
On Sunday at 3 p.m. the
Hispanic church, Barro En
Tus Manos, or Clay in Your
Hands, holds services in the
church's Fellowship Hall.
They also have a Bible study
at 8 p.m. Thursday.
Twenty to 25 have been
attending services. Carlos
Guerra is pastor.
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to 10 attending and have
since grown. They're actively
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gation is not just renting out
the church. He says it's a part-
nership in ministry. They're
operating under a covenant
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standards. The others make a
set donation to New Horizons
to use the facility.
Prior to this arrangement
some were meeting in mem-
bers' homes. The donation
they're making is very small
compared to what it would
cost them to rent room at a
school or other facility, Da-
vidson said.
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with the increased use of the


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Utility bills are astronomi-
cal, and costs of insurance
and custodial services have
increased.
The churches are working
on coordinating turning off
lights and air-conditioning
and locking doors.
"We began with a mission.
God has blessed us and intro-
duced us to others," Davidson
said.
The New Horizons congre-
gation has doubled to about
100 since Davidson came as
pastor six years ago.


In that time they have
remodeled the sanctuary and
changed to a more contempo-
rary service with music led by
a professional musician.
"We were focusing on
attracting parents with chil-
dren, but instead God brought
us other churches. He feels
God was saying, 'Alright,
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Davidson said.
The congregation has
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Through his preaching,
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Pompano Beach. Call 954-821-
9365. C


MUSICIANS
WANTED
Volunteer band musicians
wanted for the American Legion
Symphonic Band. Woodwinds
especially needed. High school
age and above are welcome. If
you love to play, call today! 954-
483-9285 or 954-647-0700.


SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT
CNA- HHA COMPANION- Hire
the best for your loved one. 25
years exp. Honest, Reliable,
Dependable and Affordable and
Exc Ref.Available for Bath Visits.
PT, FT, 1 to 12 Hours. Also Night
Shifts. 561-557-6033.

NANNY South Carolina White
Teacher, Professionally Certified
for over 25 years seeks position
as Live-in Nanny to reside in
Main House or Garage Apt.
843-709-8651 9/19

BABYSITTER looking for jobs
in Lighthouse Pt. Inthe Evenings.
Young Grandmother With Lots
-of Exp. Ref avail. Please Call
954-946-0870. 9/5C


SERVICES
HANDYMAN/REMODELING
20 Years In Pompano. No Job
Too Large Or Small. Painting,
Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical, Kitchens, Baths. 954-
295-4118.

A-1 CUSTOM-MICA, INC-
CABINETS-Build New
or Resurface. Wood, Mica,
Therma. Lic/Ins. CBC022069.
Free Estimate. Call For More
Info. 954-893-0063 9/12

DOORS FRAMES REPAIRED
& Installed. Free est. 35 years
exp 954-668-9758 call 24/7.

PAINTING-FAUX FINISH-
Decorative Painting. Bellagio,
Venetian Plaster, Sponge,
Stripes. More Info. 954-471-
4543- 9/5

GOT DIRTY GROUT? CALL
Knock It Out. Greasy Comm
Kitchen Floors? Carpet &
Furniture Cleaning. ALSO Roof
Cleaning. Great Rates!! 954-
551-3325- 9/5

AIR CONDITIONING/
INSTALLATION And Repair.
24 Hour Service. Licensed And
Insured!! Call 954-495-5977.
9/12

HONEST HANDYMAN all
types of home repairs, including
plumbing, painting, electrical,
carpentry, etc. no job too small.
Fast, friendly service. Best
reputation in the business call
today for your free quote. Lic/Ins
754-366-1915 9/5


HANDYMAN Plumbing,
Electrical, Painting, Restoring.
Yardwork. When you need an
extra hand, call me at 954-785-
8888. No Job too big or small.
Lic. Ins. 9/26

COMPLETE KITCHEN AND
BATH REMODELING Artistic
Designs For Form and Function.
Custom Cabinetry & Refacing,
Granite Counters, Custom
Woodworking, Crown Molding,
Plumbing, Electrical, Painting,
Tile, Drywall, Plaster. Bill 954-
675-8216 9/19

FLOORS BY REECE -
Carpet, Tile & Laminate Sales
& Installations. Why Pay Retail
Prices. Pay a Fraction of Cost.
Free ShopAt Home Service.
Over25Yrs Exp. Lic/Ins. 954-
699-6401. 9/26

SUPER HANDYMAN Cabinets,
Fans, Locks, Paint, Tile,
Plumbing Repairs, Drywall.
Season Specials. Condo
Specialist. Free Estimates.
References. 954-781-5106 or
305-331-3387. 9/26

PEDRO'S PAINTING Special &
Custom Paint. Faux Finish. Int/
Ext. Handyman-Light Carpentry,
Stucco, Electrical, Drywall,
Windows! PEDRO 561-350-
3781. Lic/Ins 2004-19976. 9/5

HOMEAND CONDO-Cleaning.
20 Years Experience. Honest &
Reliable. Great References.
English Speaking. Call Cheryl
954-480-6127. 9/5

DRIVEYOUTO SHOPPING OR
WILL SHOP FOR YOU Run
Errands, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr. Two-HourMinimum. Call
954-678-8066. C


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OPPORTUNITIES
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lowest-cost, most sensitive
ice sensing systems in the
world. Manufactured locally.
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HOUSE FOR
SALE
DEERFIELD BEACH-VILLA
2/2 Beautiful, Move-in
Condition. Laminated Floors
Throughout Kitchen, Dining
& Living Rooms. Fenced
In Yard. All Amenities. Low
Maintenance. $149,900. Call
954-325-6557.


NICEST LEISUREVILLE
HOUSE 2/2, Florida Room,
Office, Garage. Land Lease
Paid. $149,000 obo. Owner May
Carry. Free Golf. Activities. 954-
781-6902. 9/5

SINGLE FAMILY HOME -
ReducedTo $179,000!! Owner
Will Contribute To Closing
Cost. Pompano Beach 1432
NE 27 Court. Remodeled 3
Bedroom 1 Bath. Has New
Air Conditioner, New Floors,
New Walls, New Ceilings,
New Bath, New Shingled
Roof And Large Fenced Yard
With Storage Shed. Minutes
To Ocean. FHA Area. Kathy
Pickett 954-253-1337 Keller
Williams Properties.

DEERFIELD BEACH MUST
SEE. EAST OF FED. HWY.
2/1. Sunroom. Garage. Central
A/C. Close to Beach, Shopping
and Restaurants. New 40-year
dimensional roof. $250K. Call
561-901-3802. C


CONDOS FOR
SALE
POMPANO BEACH 201 N
OCEAN BLVD (GRANADA
HOUSE) Direct Ocean Views
From All Angles Of Corner
Penthouse With 2 Bedroom
2 Bath, New Kitchen, Huge
Great Room And Balcony.
Pool-Laundry. Activity Room.
Parking. $349,000 3rd Party
Lender Approval Needed.
Kathy Pickett 954-253-1337
Keller Williams Properties.

LIGHTHOUSE PT. CONDO
2/2, 1ST Floor end unit
convenient location. Very Safe
Neighborhood. $150K. Eves
954-946-0870 10/10

POMPANO BEACH-WATER'S
EDGE- Eighth Floor, Furnished
2BD/2BA Corner Unit on ICW/
Hillsboro Inlet.WaterViews Every
Room. Building Restoration
Almost Complete. $529,900.
Call 954-946-8633. 9/12

POMPANO PALM-AIRE Move-
in-condition. 2/2, 1st Floor With
Great Golf Course View. Only
$117,900. Call Owner at 413-
244-2807. 9/19

POMPANO-PALM AIRE-
Newly Remodeled 2/2, New
Granite, Tile Throughout.
Beautiful Golf Course View.
1st Floor. Convenient Parking.
$144,900. Call Owner For
More Information. 413-244-
2807. 9/19

POMPANO BEACH -1/1.5
Condo. NE 14 St Causeway.
Near Beach. 55+. Fresh Paint,
Top Floor. $80K. Lori Chandler
Re/Max Partners. Call 954-695-
4960 9/5


LAUDERDALE BY THE
SEA Best Buy! Newly
remodeled. 2 Bedrm. Walkto
Beach, Shops, Restaurants.
Very Quiet. 55+. Beautiful
Complex. $229,900. Owner
413-244-2807.

DEERFIELD BEACH -Century
Village 1/12ndFloorCond.Asking
$37,500. More Information Call
954-249-9091. 9/19

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

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


CO-OP SALES
POMPANO BEACH-2/1.5 Co-
op. 2 Miles To Beach. New
Kit/Appl., Pool, clubhouse.
55+. Furnished/Unfurnished.
$67,500 Cash. Linda 954-536-
1941. 9/5


CONDO FOR
SALE OR RENT
POMPANO BEACH 1 B/1 B.
Updated. Furnished Apartment
on 14th Street by the Beach.
$800/mo. Yearly Rental. Forsale
$159,900. Call 954-941-2600.
Ask for George. C12/26


TOWNHOUSE
SALE OR RENT
POMPANO BEACH -
FISHERMEN!!!! 2/2.5 Ocean
Access Waterfront Townhouse.
2 Docks to 40'. End Unit for
Easy Dock Access. Minutes
to Catching That BIG ONE!!!!!
$279K Or Rent $1475 Month.
954-583-7653. 9/12


HOMES SALE OR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH- Owner
Financing. 1/1.5 Waterfront,
Dock, NFB. E of Federal.
Updated. Buy/Lease Option Or
Rent. 303-434-6853. 9/26


HOMES FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH-Charming
3 Bedroom, 1 Bath House For
Rent. Located at 620 NE 35
Street. Please Call 954-783-
3723. 9/26


SEASONAL
RENTALS
OFF-SEASON RENTAL-1 BD/1
BA on Beach, Furnished. $950/
mo. Avail. Through November.
Pool, Laundry, private parking.
954-464-0673. 9/5




FOR RENT
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2/2
Ground Floor Unfurnished Apt.
55+. WalkTo LibraryAnd Publix.
Cony Location. $800 Month. Info
954-822-4543. 9/12

POMPANO BEACH 405
N Ocean Blvd (Parliament)
Direct Ocean Views
From This Immaculate 2
Bedroom, Huge Closets, 2
Marble Baths With Eat-in
Kitchen, Entertainment
Sized Dining And Great
Rooms Completed With
Custom Mirrored Walls
Enhance Oceanfront Living.
Pool, Gym, Sauna, Billiards,
Storage, Laundry Game
Room And Garage All For
$374,000 (Just Reduced)
Rental Price Of $1875
lst/Last/Security Deposit
Required. Kathy Pickett 954-
253-1337 Keller Williams
Properties.

DEERFIELD BEACH Great
2/2. New carpet, paint, stove,
tile. Second Floor corner unit
with Balcony and Pool. Very
nice. $850/$900/mo. No Pets
Or Realtors. Also 2/2 Same
As Above. 1st Fir Corner, No
Balcony. $825-$875/ Mo. 1-
631-885-3342.

POMPANO LEISUREVILLE 1/1
CONDO $700 Mo. Central A/C.
Furn/Unfurn. Annual. All New.
561-866-3839. 9/26

EASTPOMPANO BEACH 1/1
Renovated condo $775 mo + 1
mosecurity. Convenient location
near shops, transportation,
small pet OK. Sell $110OK. 754-
235-4440. 9/5

FT LAUDERDALE Beautiful
Maybury Mansions. 1/1. Condo,
Pool, Clubhouse.All new Carpet,
Tile,Appliances, Custom Blinds.
Move-in Ready. $890 Mo Yrly.
Mature Tidy Responsible Non-
smoker. 954-785-9140. 9/5

POMPANO Magnificent
Waterfront Complex. 2 Blocks
Beach. Covered Parking.
Security. Luxury 2/2 completely
updated. Sliding doors to screen
balcony overlooks waterway,
Marina, Heated Pool. Furn/
Unfurn. Avail Now. Yrly $1,450/
mo- 954-783-2151. 9/5


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For Rent
POMPANO BY THE BEACH
Immediate Occupancy.
Annual & Short Term. Furn/
Unfurn. 1 And 2 Bedroom &
Efficiencies. $795 And Up.
Low Move-in. Clean, updated,
Laundry, pool, electric, cable,
Wi/Fi Included. Small 'Pets.
754-368-7355 Or 954-608-
7653. Owner Agent.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT
WATERFRONT-2/2 Unfurnished
Apt. W/D. Pool. Yrly rental. More
Info 954-801-4717 C 1/09

POMPANO BEACH Large
EfficiencyWith Kitchen Available.
500 FeetTo Ocean. LaundryAnd
Pool On Premises. No Pets.
Call 954-294-8483 or 248-736-
1533. 9/5

DEERFIELD POMPANO
BEACH 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments For Rent.
REMODELED!! Paint, Tile,
Etc. Washer & Dryer On
Site. Pool. Call Frank 954-
545-5599.

POMPANO BEACH Large.
Furnished Studio Apt With
Private Kitchen, Large Balcony.
$700 Per Month. No Pets. More
Info 954-675-2363. 9/12

POMPANO BEACH Fully
Furnished 1/1 Condo. 1 Block
To Beach. New Kitchen/Bath.
Pool. Laundry Rm On Site.
Month Rentals. $850. 954-
540-9851.

POMPANO BEACH Nicely
furnished 2/2 condo overlooking
the ocean on A1A. Annual
Lease @ $1600/month. Includes
utilities and cleaning. 24 hour
security and beach access.
Available immediately. Diana
Whitney atKellerWilliams Realty
305-496-0888RR

POMPANO BEACH 2/2
Furnished. Everything New.
W/D. 55+. Ground Floor Comer.
Park At Door. Season Or Yrly.
954-R15-9736. 9/26

FT LAUDERDALE 3/3 condo
on ICW. Brand new. Pool, Gym,
Community Center. Walk to
beach. $3000 Per Mo. F/US.
561-212-5577. 9/5


ROOMS FOR
RENT
WILTON MANORS- Furnished
Room In Luxury Pool Home.
Private Entrance. W/D, BBQ,
Cable, Microwave, Extras. $620
Month. Non-smoker. 954-564-
0398 9/5

COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA
- Ground Floor, Easy Access,
Turn Key, Approx. 780 sq. ft.,
Only $1000 per month, Apt.
upstairs Only $895. Art Deco
Style. Window Shutters. All
Quality Properties, Call 954-
564-4446_


PRIME POMPANO BEACH
- Commercial Office Space.
500 Sq Ft. Asking $500 + Tax
A Month. 1st Last & Security.
Annual Lease. 954-783-3723.
9/19

PRIME SHOP Or Office Space-
N.E. 34 Court & Dixie, Oakland
Park. 920 sq ft. 1st Month FREE-
2nd Month 2 rent. Tax-Water-
Waste FREE. Won't Last. $950
Month. 954-563-3533. 9/5

E. ATLANTIC BLVD. Office
space or storage, 200 Sq.
Ft., $400/mo. Call 954-783-
8700. C

DOCK SPACE
LIGHTHOUSE POINT- Private
Dock To 55'. 15 Minutes To Inlet.
Call 954-224-2216. 9/12

STORAGE
DEERFIELD/POMPANO -
Outdoor storage, truck/trailers/
boats. Call 954-520-1777.
9/26

VEHICLES
WANTED
CASH $ -TOP DOLLAR PAID
For Junk Cars, Trucks and
Vans. Running Or Not. No
Title Necessary With Proper
ID. 954-303-1281 or 954-822-
5700_ 9/5

RECYCLEII WE BUY JUNK
CARS! Auto Acres. Top $$$$
Paid. Family Owned& Operated.
800-753-6096. Sell yourjunkcar.
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CREDITOR'S
SALE
THE END IS NEAR!!
BANKRUPTCY FURNITURE
LIQUIDATION. CUSTER
FINANCIAL. L.L.C. IS IN
THE FINAL STAGE OF
MARKDOWNS FOR
THE Assets OF THE
FORMER DREAM HOUSE
FURNITURE. Selections
Are still good. A lot of
items are still in boxes.
Selling outto the bare walls.
Hundreds of fine furniture
items and accessories to go
cheap. Good merchandise
selling at a fraction of what
you would expect to pay.
Also, amazing prices on
mattresses, paintings and
artwork. US Bankruptcy
case # 07-12612. Look
for the GIANT YELLOW
BUILDING at 3900 N Federal
Hwy. Ft Lauderdale between
Oakland Park Blvd &
Commercial. Call 954-630-
1571. 9/5

FOR SALE
MATTRESSES TWIN $80.
FULL $100. QUEEN $120.
KING $160. FRAMES $25.00.
CAN DELIVER!! 954-465-
6498. 9/19


3 HAND PALLET TRUCKS
- $175 And Up. Must Be
Seen. 954-467-0274 9am-
3pm. 705 NW 7th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale. 9/19

SAILBOAT Erickson '27 ft.
Mercury Outboard. Owner
got bigger boat. Pompano
Beach. $3,500. Call 954-782-
3543. C

EXERCISE EQUIPMENT- Patio
table, Clothes. Child's Kitchen
Set Great Cond. $50. Lots of
misc. items, Lighthouse Point,
Call 954-946-0870. C

ANTIQUE FIREPLACE-frame
andAntigue buggy. $500 each or
obo. Call Jennifer 954-547-4460
or email olivemike81 @yahoo.
con for pictures. C

Scoreboard
POMPANO BEACH
MEN'S GOLF ASS'N.
(PBMGA)
Tournament Weds., Sept.
3,2008
2 Men Teams. Best Ball.
Team A Player/ C Player
Team -B Player/D Player
Net Scores
TeamA/C
1st- Dave Marotta, Fred Byrnes
...... ....... ... ..... 62
2nd Bill Hayes, Harry Jung....
. . . . . . . . . . 62
3rd Ed Gormley, Paul Dauz-
ickas ................. 63

Team B/D
1st Place Fred Bymes (Blind),
Herb Knauff............ 60
2nd Everett DeCarlo, Wes
Gaardner ............. 62
3rd -John Sherry, Frank Price..
................... ... 66

Closest to the Green-Pines
Course Ernie Palinchick


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of the Jews living in Europe
during the 1930s and 40s.
"Genocide is genocide, is
genocide," he said.
The Senator also stressed
the strong support that he
and Presidential running-
mate, Illinois Senator Bar-
rack Obama, both share for
the security of Israel saying,
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chance for that."
Biden said he had no
doubts that President George
W. Bush wanted to keep Is-
rael secure but he did criticize
the President's actions, saying
they had made Israel "less se-
cure." Biden promised that an
Obama administration would
make Israel more secure and
that America's own strength
directly affects the strength of
Israel.
He discussed his opposi-
tion to President Bush's plan
to sell U.S. military technol-
ogy to Saudi Arabia and other
Middle East nations.
In January Biden issued a
statement. "I will explore the
formal package very closely.
We need to be convinced that
the sale makes sense militarily
and ensure that it in no way
harms our security or those
of our allies. We must also
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istration does not just try to
use a few arms sales to sub-
stitute for the comprehensive,
coherent strategy we need for
the region."
Congressman Robert Wex-
ler (D-FL) and Congresswom-
an Debbie Wasserman Schultz
(D-FL), both in attendance,
have also previously opposed
the deal.
Biden also praised Obama
and said he wouldn't have
joined the ticket unless he was
absolutely sure that Obama
could win. "This man under-
stands the driving force in our
community. It's about dig-
nity." "Dignity" that Biden
said was slowly disappearing
among Americans.
Then he switched gears
and criticized the Republican
opposition. Biden, who has
said that an administration un-
der Presidential Nominee, Ar-
izona Senator John McCain,
would be "more of the same"
[a reference to President
Bush's policies] also stressed
his continued friendship with
McCain. "John McCain truly
is one of my friends but John
has a different view. Not that
he's not a good man."
The McCain campaign
has run political ads showing
Biden saying he would "be
honored to run with or against
John McCain" while simul-
taneously showing Biden,
during a Democratic Primary
debate, saying he didn't think
Obama was ready yet to be
President.
The Obama campaign re-
cently criticized the choice of
Republican Alaska Governor,
Sarah Palin, as McCain's Vice
Presidential Nominee, saying
she had, "Zero foreign policy
experience."
Biden talked about the
importance of a national cata-
strophic insurance fund, to
help absorb the cost of natural
disasters around the country,
the importance of education
[specifically early childhood
education], abortion rights,
choosing U.S. Supreme Court
Judges and securing the
southern border.
A number of former Hill-
ary Clinton supporters at-
tended the event.
"I knew when Hillary was
out, we had to continue on,"
said Dr. Marion Susman about
her switch in support from
New York Senator Hillary
Clinton to Obama. Susman
says she supported Hillary
because she was much more
familiar with Clinton and her
policies than she was with
Obama.
Anna Moiguer said, "I
voted for Hillary originally
but I'm 100 percent behind
Obama."


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