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Publication Date: September 12, 2008
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SEPTEMBER 12, 2008 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE rui r'uNi uuxJ-.. ... ...A Vol. XIV. Issue 37


LBTS to vote on

budget tonight
The Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Town
Commission will meet at 5:01 p.m. on
Friday, Sept. 12, to adopt its proposed
FY 2008-09 budget. The commission
is expected to lower municipal taxes
for the town's 6,200 residents.
The meeting will be held in Jarvis
Hall, 4505 Ocean Drive. Jarvis Hall is
adjacent to Town Hall.
The special budget meeting on
Friday will be followed by a regular
town commission meeting at 7 p.m.
A final budget adoption meeting is
scheduled for 5:01 p.m. on Sept. 25.

Rail repairs will

close Hillsboro

Boulevard
Traffic on one of Deerfield's
busiest thoroughfares will be redi-
rected next week at the intersection
of Hillsboro Boulevard and the CSX
railroad tracks, just west of 1-95. From
Friday, Sept. 12 Thursday, Sept. 25,
this section of Hillsboro Boulevard
will be closed for maintenance by the
railroad and the Florida Department of
Transportation.
Eastbound traffic will be detoured
to Military Trail south to SE 10 Street
and then east 1-95 north. Westbound
traffic will be detoured to south 1-95
to SE 10 Street, west to Military Trail
north. Tri Rail and Seaboard Airline
passengers will have access to the
train station and both of its parking
lots during this project. For additional
information, call the Department of
Transportation at 954-777-4490.

These women

are all about

wishes


Kelly Cappola, right, founder of
Women & Wishes with Joanna Greco, sec-
retary, and Marion Applegate, treasurer.
This non profit organization is all about
women helping women who are feeling
the pinch due to divorce, health issues, job
loss etc. See story on page 5.


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11,2008


HONORING THE FALLEN Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher accepts the American Flag
from JROTC Cadet Major Christopher Youhouse on behalf of the city in honor of those who died on
Sept. 11, 2001. Fisher spoke at the memorial on Thursday asking students to pray for the victims'
families and for all who serve in the armed forces to protect freedom. Pompano Beach High School
students, JROTC, administrators, veterans and parents attended the memorial service that included
raising the American flag and returning it to half-mast, a 21-gun salute, a choral performance of
the National Anthem and Taps. Principal David Gordon spoke to the students and asked them to go
back and remember 2001. JROTC Cadet Randi Lapinski emceed the memorial. See more pictures
on pages 10 and 11. [Photos by Anne Siren].


138 town homes

get OK in

Pompano Beach
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach Commissioners
approved a Residential Planned Unit
Development, or R-PUD, to allow for
the construction of 138 two-story town
homes on Northwest 8 Street and the
surrounding blocks.
That did not sit well with several
residents in the audience who called
for more single-family homes rather
than town homes.
Marguerite Luster balked at at-
taching the term 'affordable housing'
Continued on page 4

Blue skies:

Major retailers

choosing

Deerfield Beach

locations
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Although South Florida is in the
throes of the sub prime mortgage
disaster and economists agree that
this national recession is a severe one,
there are a few bright spots on the ho-
rizon for Deerfield's business outlook.


Continued on page 9


New York Senator, Chuck Schumer,

campaigns for Obama at Skolnick Civic Center
By Michael d'Oliveira South Florida. New York Senator Hill- votes heavily and Florida goes for


PELICAN STAFF
Almost two weeks after speaking
at the Democratic National Conven-
tion in Denver, Senator Chuck Schum-
er spoke to a crowd of about 200 at the
Herb Skolnick Community Center in
Pompano Beach on Sept. 7.
Schumer's visit followed close
behind a Sept. 2 trip by Democratic
Vice-Presidential nominee, Senator
Joe Biden, to Century Village in Deer-
field Beach.
While both men urged every voter
to support presidential candidate, Sen-
ator Barrack Obama, the two engage-
ments were part of a more targeted
effort to reach out to Jewish voters in


ary Clinton campaigned for Obama in
Tampa and Kissimmee on Sept. 8.
Schumer summed up the crux of
the strategy saying that the Jewish
vote was key to Obama winning South
Florida and that, "If South Florida


Obama, then it's game, set, match."
An Aug. 26 Quinnipiac Univer-
sity poll showed likely Florida voters
favoring Republican Presidential

Continued on page 20


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NEEDED
Local aid for Caribbean
Storm victims Food for
the Poor, a faith-based group
in Coconut Creek is sending
food and emergency relief
supplies to the thousands of
people left homeless in the
Caribbean. Anyone willing
to help with tax deductible
checks or supplies can visit
www.foodforthepoor.com or
call 1-800-487-1158.
EVENTS
Temple Sholom will offer
Spanish Shabbat Evening Ser-
vices at 8 p.m. on Sept. Oct.
10 Nov. 14 and Dec. 12. On
Sept. 20 at 7 p.m., the Temple


will host Selichot Social:
Deli & A Movie Followed
by Changing of the Mantels
and Services. $9 per person,
children under 12 free. RSVP
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954-942-6410
SINGLES
Salsa, Hip Hop and
Zumba group classes.
Wednesday, 7 to 8 p.m. and
Thursday 7 to 8 p.m. and 8
to 9 p.m. at Showtime Dance
and Performing Arts Theatre,
503 S.E. Mizner Blvd. Suite
73, Boca Raton. Call 561-
394-2626.
Single Gourmet holds
a gathering every week for
singles at some of the finest
restaurants in Broward Coun-
ty. They provide an upscale
climate for quality singles to
dine, meet, and mingle. Call
954-723-9608.
Today
Irish set dancing is of-
fered every Friday at 7:30


p.m. at the St. Nicholas
Church, 1111 E. Sample Rd.
Cost $5, beginners are wel-
come. Call 954-785-9140.
Line Dance Classes for
Seniors are offered every
Friday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at
the N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach, 227
NW 2nd St. A $4 donation is
requested. Call 954-480-4447.
Civic Organizations
Pompano Beach High-
lands Civic Improvement
Assoc. meets on the first
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Highlands Park
Civic Center, 1650 NE 50 Ct.,
Pompano Beach. All wel-
come. 954-933-6393.
The Rotary Club of
Pompano Beach meets at
Galuppi's Restaurant at the
Pompano Beach Municipal
Golf Course on Fridays at
noon. Call 954-564-7714.
The Pompano Lions
Club meets every second and
fourth Monday at the Flaming


Pit Restaurant, Flaming Pit
Restaurant, 1150 N Federal
Hwy at 6:30 p.m. Call 954-
646-3999.
Pompano Beach -Light-
house Rotary Club meetings
take place at Galuppi's Res-
taurant, 1103 N. Fed. Hwy.,
Pompano Beach, located at
the Pompano Beach Mu-
nicipal Golf Course. Breakfast
meetings are at 7:30 a.m. on
Tuesday.
Pompano Beach Jay-
cees meet the first and third
Wednesday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at The Greater Pom-
pano Beach Chamber of Com-
merce. Call 954-788-5562.
The Exchange Club of
Pompano Beach meets every
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. for
lunch at the Flaming Pit Res-
taurant, 1150 N Federal Hwy.
Call 954-946-4676.
The Greater Pompano
Beach Senior Citizen's Club
meets on the second Wednes-
day of every month at the


Emma Lou Olson Community
Center at 10 a.m. Activities
focus on the general welfare,
health, education and security
of senior citizens in this area.
Call 954-757-1341.
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Bingo meets every
Wednesday night. Doors open
at 5 p.m. Games start at 7 p.m.
Dixie Highway and 33 St. in
Pompano Beach. 954-782-
0950.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets
for lunch each Wednesday
from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Galuppi's Restaurant at the
Pompano Beach Public Golf
Course. Call 954-942-8108.
BINGO
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
Saturday and Tuesdays at the
Post at 7 p.m. The kitchen is
open from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The public is welcome. Call
954-942-2448.
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By Judy Vik
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Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
residents will still dial 911 for
fire and medical emergencies
after the paid volunteer fire
department and private ambu-
lance service, AMR, take over
those services on Oct. 1.
And according to BSO
Chief' Richard Sievers, it
will be a seamless transi-
tion, similar to the way BSO
dispatches to other cities that
maintain their own fire and
EMS services.
Sievers explained that
all 911 calls will be received
through BSO and dispatched
immediately through radios
and pagers to all paid volun-
teer fire fighters.
"The same service will be
provided for the AMR ambu-
lance company," Sievers said.
But that did not stop
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Vice
Mayor Jerry McIntee from
calling a town meeting this
week to complain that BSO
was leaving the town in the
lurch regarding 911 calls.
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Town homes
Continued from page 1
to the project.
"You're talking affordable
housing for teachers and fire
fighters. You're not talking
about [housing] for teacher
aides and McDonald's work-
ers," Luster said.


Later Luster added that
the area had once been rows
of "quarter housing," or hous-
ing for farm hands when Pom-
pano Beach was a farming
area. Those homes have since
been torn down, and residents
wanted more single-family
homes, particularly in that
area.


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"Single family homes
give us more stability in the
community," Luster said.
Pompano Beach Com-
missioner Woody Poitier,
whose home is adjacent to the
property was forced to abstain
from voting on the item since
his vote would have had a
direct impact on his property.
But prior to the vote, Poitier
said he liked the town house
project. "But this, [single-
family homes], is what my
community wants," he said.
Poitier said he would have
voted against the project if he
had been allowed to vote.
Resident Anzia Armstrong
urged the commission to
turn down the zoning change
based on heavy usage of utili-
ties.
"We don't need more
people here using our water
and absorbing our precious re-


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apartments in Pompano."
Vice Mayor George
Brummer disagreed. "Like it
or not," he said. "Pompano
Beach is an urban community.
This kind of building fits into
the area."
In a 3-2 vote, the R-Pud
passed with Commissioner
Charlotte Burrie and Mayor
Lamar Fisher dissenting.
The R-Pud not only
changes the property from
single-family to multi-family
dwellings, but the change al-
lows the builder more flexibil-
ity in planning.
The R-Pud zoning has
an 18-month life. If no work
has begun within that time
period, the property owners
would have to reapply for the
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29th Annual

Festival of

the Arts
The Deerfield Beach Cul-
tural Committee will sponsor
a poster contest to promote
the 29th Annual Festival of
the Art on Saturday, Jan. 24,
2009 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday Jan. 25, 2009 from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m.
The contest is open to
residents of Deerfield Beach
as well as the artists chosen to
participate in the 2009 Festi-
val of the Arts.
The theme is the beach.
The winner will receive $500.
Medium must be compat-
able with poster art. Submit
entries in a 24x36 format slide
or JPEG to:
DeerfieldBeachFestival@
gmail.com or mail to: City
of Deerfield Beach Parks and
Recreation, 217 NE 5th Ave.,
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441.
Deadline for submissions are
Oct. 15.


Sightings
Continued from page 2
Bingo every Tuesday
at St. Martin's Episcopal
Church. Doors open at 11
a.m. and Bingo begins at
noon. Call 954-941-4843.
Bingo every Tuesday
night at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and non-smoking rooms avail-
able. Call 954-942-244.
Cards and Bridge
Pompano Beach Bridge
Club, 180 SW 6 St., Pompano
Beach. 954-943-1733.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the
Emma Lou Olson Civic Cen-
ter, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano
Beach, 7 lessons $56 resi-
dents, $61 non-residents. Call
954-786-4111 or 954-565-
3127.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-565-3127.


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Elks Riders to

host Pirate Party
Bring your parrot, dress appropri-
ately-or else, and plan on a rousing
time at the Elks Lodge, 700 NE 10 St.,
Pompano Beach, Sept. 21.
Admission is $10 and includes a
cold buffet, beer, raffles and an eye
patch.
Elks Riders, a group of motor-
cycle enthusiasts, are raising funds
to make sure local veterans have a
sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner.
The Riders will use the proceeds
from its Pirate Party to buy fresh
turkeys and all the trimmings for their
annual Thanksgiving meal deliveries.
Everyone is welcome. Call 954-
942-2448.


Cresthaven

Neighborhood

Watch
Members of the Cresthaven
Neighborhood watch are asked to
attend the Sept. 18 meeting at 7 p.m.
at St. Elizabeth Church Hall, 3331
NE 10 Terrace, Pompano Beach. Due
to the recent death of Dennis Myers,
Neighborhood Watch president, mem-
bers are urged to carry on the work of
this group, said Carol Waldrop. Call
954-786-7536.

Arilton Pavan

to discuss local

ship wrecks

at Deerfield

Society meeting
The Deerfield Beach Historical
Society hosts History at High Noon,
Wednesday, Sept. 17 in the meeting
room of the Old School House Mu-
seum behind city hall at 232 SE 2 St.
The topic is "Deerfield Wrecks and
Underwater Treasures" with guest
speaker, Arilton Pavan of Dixie Div-
ers. 954-429-0378.
That evening, 6 to 8 p.m., a recep-
tion for members and persons interest-
ed in Historical Society membership
will be held at the Butler House, 380
E. Hillsboro Boulevard.
Reservations are required, 954-
429-0378.


Making a Difference


Women & Wishes, new support group of

working women, offers help to peers in need


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Kelly Cappola, owner of a family
vacation rental service, and the presi-
dent of Woman and Wishes, or W &
W, remembers well what it was a like
to go through a painful divorce and
have an endless list of unmet needs.
"At the same time my sister died,
leaving me her five year old daughter
to raise," Cappola says. "I had no one
to turn to when I felt abandoned, with
low self esteem and little money. I
ended up talking to women I knew.
They listened. They included me in
social things. They gave me construc-
tive suggestions and helped me reha-
bilitate myself."
That was eight years ago, but the
experience has never left her. Cappola
says, "Since then, I have met many
other women who have gone through
tough times and would have appreciat-
ed a helping hand. It made me realize
that many middle income women have
few resources as they face life changes
due to abuse, divorce, job loss, and
medical issues. There's no one out
there for them as they deal with loneli-
ness, pain and financial burdens. I
wanted to help."
Were there other women willing to
reach out and lend a hand to women
confronting these familiar, but unex-
pected struggles?
There were. W & W was launched
by Cappola and two good friends.
Marion Applegate, who works for
Permit Services Plus, became the trea-
surer and Joanna Greco, who works in
financial services, became secretary.
"I put about $15,000 of my own
money into Women & Wishes," Cap-
pola says. "That barely covered the
start up costs of paying for our web
-site, brochures, materials and basic
expenses including getting the 501 c3
which we received in December."
The 70 members in this all-volun-
teer organization pay $50 a year dues,
most of which is used to underwrite
meetings or to provide financial help
when possible. We meet in each oth-
er's homes," Cappola explains. "We're
all working women so we do as much
as time permits. For me, W & W has
become almost like another job, but I
don't mind. It's my cause."


Kelly Cappola, right, founder of Women & Wishes with Joanna Greco, secretary, and MarionApple-
gate, treasurer. This non profit organization is all about women helping women who are feeling the
pinch due to divorce, health issues, job loss etc.


The organization has joined the
Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach and
Coral Springs Chambers of Com-
merce. It's stated mission is to help
better the lives of women by assisting
them to advance socially, education-
ally, economically and emotionally.
Cappola feels members join for
social contacts, business contacts, net-
working and learning from each other.
Every woman who has had a wish
fulfilled is expected to donate service
hours back to the group.
Monthly workshop meetings
have been held in homes, but things
are looking up. Dana Klein, a new
member, recently hosted a meeting at
Citi Centre. Another member, Chadia
Meroueh, Auto Tech and Body, 429
Dixie Hwy. has offered the company's
meeting room for Women & Wishes
monthly workshops.
"We're seeking professionals in
many fields to lecture to us," Cappola
says. "So far we've had a financial
planner, an electrician and a banker
speak to us. We've also established
the offer of pro bono services from a
financial advisor, an attorney, a banker
and a variety of sponsoring busi-
nesses who will provide services if
appropriate. We still need psycholo-
gists, social workers and educators to
join our ranks."


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Little assists can make a big
difference
Francis Bermejo tells how the
group helped her. "After a divorce,
I was starting over. I needed a lot of
things including furniture. When they
asked at a meeting if anyone was
wishing for something, I spoke up. It
turns out, another member who was
moving had a table and a sofa she
could give me. It was a great help.
I love Women & Wishes and attend
every meeting I can if I'm not work-
ing."
If a member or a woman in need
contacts the organization for special
occasion attire she can't afford to buy,
or an appropriate ensemble to wear
to a job interview, chances are she
will find something in Kelly's closet,
a collection of clothing contributed
for just such occasions and stored


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LBTS Tuesday '911' meeting

proved nothing more than another

chance for McIntee to bash BSO
By Roseanne Minnet
MAYOR OF LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA

When I took office as mayor of Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea, I pledged to bring unity to the town. I
knew it was going to be a challenge, and I continue
to be optimistic.
But after Tuesday's show at Jarvis Hall, masked
as a public safety issue; we all have to wonder
where the sense of all of this lies.
The meeting was a continuous bash against
BSO.
BSO has been a strong and constant force in our -
area for many years. It saddens me that we cannot
all work together on this most important issue.
911 dispatch is a life or death issue. To imply that our residents, business
owners and visitors would be at risk regarding a 911 call was uncalled for.
From the beginning BSO assured us that dispatch would not be a problem.
Today, it is not a problem, and on Oct. 1, when we change services to volunteer
fire fighter and AMR ambulance services, dispatch will not be a problem.
The residents rely on our common sense to make decisions for the safety of
the whole town.
Tuesday's meeting never should have been called. The dispatch transition
was already in place. The Sun Sentinel and television reporters never should
have been called.
To those commissioners who called this meeting and the media, I can only
say, the election is over. You have been successful in bringing back the town
volunteer fire fighters and eliminating BSO and its EMS services.
I disagreed and voted to keep BSO and its EMS services. Now I am ready to
work with the new services we have hired.
It is our combined responsibility to ensure the safety of our citizens. And
that is what I intend to continue doing. We must all work together.


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Economic hardships put strain on

parent/adult children relationships
Dear Lorraine: Like everyone else in S. Florida the declining economy has
hit hard for me but harder for my adult children. Ask Lorraine
My struggle is that they want financial help only,
when all I can offer at this time is my home as
a refuge. I feel guilty and frustrated at the same
time and want to help but am also limited. What
do I do? (Pompano Mom)

Dear Pompano Mom: Your dilemma is a i '
familiar one.I empathize with you. For many .
parents nothing feels worse than seeing their chil-
dren struggle in ways we cannot change. Offering
what you can is all you need to do. Your limits Lorraine Andy is a graduate of
to helping is going to be the limit that helps your Barry University with a masters
children discover new ways to overcome their degree in social work. She is a
own difficulties. licensed clinical social worker
Do not allow your feelings of guilt to blind with the State of Florida and a
you from what is realistic for you to do. Accept certified hypnotherapist.
how you feel and know that emotions are not
trustworthy guide posts for making decisions. Separate your emotions from
your intellect and come from a place of good judgment of the wise, strong wom-
an that you seem to be.
Making the choice to view this challenge as an opportunity for you and
your grown children to stretch emotionally and find new resources would be
beneficial.
Your children probably have more skills to solve their problems than you
may realize. Perhaps this will be the time that they allow you to support them
emotionally, while they find the financial solutions they need. For them, your
financial help may be easier than the tough task of solving their own problems
but not as rich in the non-tangible rewards such as self-worth, independence and
perseverance.
Getting through these trying times may mean that your children work
extra jobs or defer their mortgages or move to less costly housing, or take in a
room-mate. You can offer your support, love and wisdom to help them to make
the changes they need to make. Fixing the problem for them is not within your
reach or your responsibility.


Dog obedience classes set for North

Broward Park
The City of Pompano Beach Parks and Recreation Department is offering
dog obedience classes at North Broward Park which is located at 4400 NE. 18
Ave. in Pompano Beach.
Classes begin Oct. 1 and will be held every Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30
p.m. for six weeks. Registration'is ongoing.
Join instructor Sue Blood for a 6-week fun and interactive program that
teaches dog owners how to train and interact with "man's best friend." Please
wear comfortable shoes and provide your dog with a 6 foot non-retractable
leash. Dogs must have current shot records and can be as young as four months
old. Pet owners should arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the first class.
The program fee is $80 for residents and $85 for non-residents. Space is
limited, register today. Classes must be paid in full before a spot is reserved.
Call 954-786-4090.


Take spotlight on stage at Broward

County Fair this November
Local bands, dance troops, martial arts teams and other types of perform-
ers can have their chance in the spotlight this November at the Broward County
Fair. The Fair is giving local talent a chance to be showcased live on stage
throughout the event, which runs from Nov. 20 to Nov. 30, at Fort Lauderdale
Stadium, just off Commercial Boulevard and 1-95.
Performers who would like to be considered for this showcase opportunity
may submit their myspace or youtube pages in an email to ansoju6561 @gmail.
com, or call the Broward County Fair at 954-922-2224.

Women's Club of Coconut Creek 31st

Annual Holiday Handicraft Fair
The Women's Club of Coconut Creek is having its 31st Holiday Handicraft
Fair on Saturday, Nov. 1, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Located at the Coconut Creek Government Center, 4800 West Copans
Road, the SW corner of Lyons and Copans. In addition to handcrafted items,
there will be a bake sale and many raffles including the chance to win a hand-
made quilt as well as a variety of items donated by the vendors. All proceeds
will go towards the club's 2009 scholarship funds. For questions, please contact
Michele at 954-979-0712 or email craftycrafts2U@aol.com.


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Business

Matters at

Pompano

Beach

Chamber
Century Bank will host
a Power Luncheon at Carra-
bba's Italian Grill, 1299 S.
Fed. Hwy., Pompano Beach,
on Sept. 17 from 11:30 to 1
p.m. Cost is $25 for members
and $35 for nonmembers. Call
954-941-2940 or register on-
line at www.pompanobeach-
chamber.com.

LHP

Chamber to

plan Dunn's

Run, Taste
An active season is
already in the making for the
Lighthouse Point Chamber of
Commerce. Members will dis-
cuss their participation in the
Upcoming, [Oct. 5], Dunn's
Run and make plans for the
annual Taste of Lighthouse
Point later this year.
The meeting will take
place Sept. 16 from 6 to 7
p.m. at Pac-N-Send at the
Venetian Isles Shopping
Center, 3640 N. Fed. Hwy.,
Lighthouse Point., two doors
south of Red Fox Diner. Call
954-946-7760.


Women and

Wishes
Continued from.page 5
in Cappola's house. If the
selection is only needed once,
it must be returned washed
and pressed or professionally
cleaned. If a woman needs a
work wardrobe, members will
try to fulfill that wish.
W & W has contributed
a Thanksgiving dinner to a
handicapped family in Miami.
W & W provided a
hospital bed for a severely
handicapped child of a mom
with Multiple Sclerosis who
is confined to a wheelchair.
Arrangements were made for
a stove and refrigerator to be


donated to this same family
by Terry's Appliance Outlet.
Two other women, both of
whom requested their names
not be used, were helped by
W & W. One was moved
from an abusive situation to a
secure one. Another received
several pieces of needed fur-
niture, generously donated by
City Furniture.
Cappola says, "Remem-
ber these are working, middle
income woman who do not
want children, jobs, or the
general public to know about
their temporary struggles."
Shared Fund Raising
Efforts
Women & Wishes hosted
a Brazilian Cooking Class.
By Their Fruits donated the
food. $500 was raised. $250


went to Hope For The Chil-
dren; $250 went to W & W's
treasury.
Members worked for
the Tropical Trot Auction
and Dinner for Horses and
the Handicapped. They also
donated a Gift basket worth
$150 for auction.
Eight members of W &
W volunteered for 8-hours at
the Museum of Science and
Discovery for The Mercedes
.Benz Gala, also donating to


gift bags. The money earned
goes to the construction of a
new IMAX Museum.
W & W joined Emily's
Army for a Cystic Fibrosis
Walk-a-thon. Half of the
money raised went to Cys-
tic Fibrosis and half to the
group's treasury.
Thank you Women &
Wishes for offering a helping
hand to middle income, work-
ing women who are struggling
through life changes.


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Hillsboro Beach Seeks New Representative for Hillsboro Inlet District


By Frances Zannoni
PELICAN WRITER
Hillsboro Beach commis-
sioners are looking to replace
Albert Hughes who has been
their Hillsboro Inlet Improve-
ment and Maintenance Dis-
trict representative for about
28 years.
But family medical
problems have kept Hughes, a
Boston resident, from attend-
ing the past 11 meetings.
The volunteer board,
founded in 1957, meets
monthly to discuss issues


facing the inlet's navigation,
maintenance and safety.
Board members are ap-
pointed from each of the cities
within the district which runs
from Dixie Highway to the
ocean and the Broward/Palm
Beach border to Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea.
One additional representa-
tive is appointed from Bro-
ward County.
The board is funded
through taxes levied on those
cities within the district.
As a taxing authority, the
Hillsboro Inlet District re-


ceives 1/2 of 1 percent of the
taxes collected from property
owners who live within the
district's boundaries.
"There has been no
representation from Hillsboro
Beach for the last 11 District
meetings," said Hillsboro
Beach Commissioner Tom
Puleri at the September com-
mission meeting. "We should
appoint someone who can
attend the meetings."
Currently the District's
project is developing an arti-
ficial reef as part of a mitiga-
tion plan district commission-
ers agreed upon when they
widened and deepened the
Hillsboro Inlet.
"We are mining boulders
out west of Hialeah," said


Jack Holland, chairman of
the Hillsboro Inlet District.
"They're limestone, native to
Florida. We hope that coral
will grow on them." The reef
is being constructed between
250 feet to 500 feet off the
coast of Pompano Beach. The
boulders will cover an area of
about 140 feet east and west
and about 500 feet north and
south.
The enlarging of the
Inlet included the removal of
17,000 square feet of bedrock
from the bottom of the chan-
nel.
"Our goal was to make
the channel deeper and wider,
so it would be safer," said
Holland. "As part of the
mitigation, we have to replace


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to 3:30 p.m.
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Business


Local mayors

to discuss real

estate activity

in Northeast

Broward
Commercial Real Estate Women,
or CREW, of Fort Lauderdale and
Palm Beach announce a unique
evening of discourse on the topic of
Commercial Real Estate Activities
and availability in Northeast Broward
on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at Pompano
Citi Centre, located at 1955 N. Federal
Highway in Pompano Beach on the
SW comer of US 1 and Copans Road.
Featured speakers include Mayor.
Lamar Fisher of Pompano Beach,
Mayor Fred Schorr of Lighthouse
Point, Mayor Albert R. Capellini of
Deerfield Beach, and general manager
and leasing director of Pompano Citi
Centre, Martin A. Harryhill.
The event begins with network-
ing at 5:30 p.m., speakers at 6:30 p.m.
and a follow-up question and answer
session. Refreshments will be served.
The cost is $30 for members, $60 for
non-members and $70 at the door. For
more information, contact: 877-620-
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Deerfield Beach

water system to

undergo annual

free chlorination

process
From Sept. 11 through Oct. 5,
Deerfield Beach will be performing
its annual "free chlorination" of the
water system, as recommended by the
Broward County Health Department.
Water customers may notice a
change in taste or odor; however, these
conditions are temporary and will not
cause adverse health effects.
Beginning Sept. 12, city crews will
also be in neighborhoods to flush fire
hydrants, allowing chlorinated water
to thoroughly reach all water mains
in the system. Flushing will continue
through Sept. 28. Call 954-480-4370.


Retail owners continue to eye Deerfield Beach


Business
Continued from page 1
Most obvious is the opening of the
Super Target on West Hillsboro Bou-
levard, a 191,000 square foot retail
mammoth that has attracted a steady
stream of consumers through its red-
trimmed doors since it opened in June.
With its typical customer, a
41-year-old woman with a college
degree, children and a median income
of $63,000, the store stocks a broad
range of designer goods in fashion
and home accessories, a vast array of
pre-seasoned, ready-to-cook foods and
an unusual selection of frozen foods.
Its USDA- certified organic produce
is a step up from what is sold in most
health food stores.
More than 1,000 people answered
store manager Steve Polen's call for
employees or "team members," the
term Target managers prefer. He hired
250.
Polen points out an unique feature
of the store, the large number of
checkout lanes, 28, which indicates
that even for Christmas shoppers, the
lines should move quickly.
Beau's commits to River-
towne Square
The decision of another retail
giant, Beall's to open a 60,000 square
foot store in Rivertowne Square is
more good news. The shopping center
developer, Ramco Gershenson Proper-
ties Trust, will demolish 44,000 square
feet of the 28-year-old center at South-
east 10 Street and Federal Highway
and build 62,127 square feet for the
privately-held discounter.
Beall's has 500 stores in Sunbelt
States and is home-based in Braden-
ton, Fla. Its low-to-midrange prices
appeal to the demographic Ramco
presents for Rivertowne Square: aver-
age household income in a three-mile
radius at $69,932 and a population of
106,119 that represents 47,704 house-
holds.
Ramco, with corporate offices in
Michigan, is a major owner of shop-
ping centers in the Midwest, mid-At-
lantic and southeastern coast states
and owns 20 million square feet of
retail space. Anchor tenants at River-


Opening weekend, Deerfield patrons flocked to the new Duffy's on N. Federal Highway.


towne Square until now have been
Winn Dixie, CVS and Office Depot,
but Office Depot has relocated 10
blocks north to Hillsboro Square and
its former site will become part of
Beall's. The new construction adds
20,000 square feet of leaseable space
to the center.
Ramco is on the New York Stock
Exchange [RPT], and this week its
shares were trading at around $24,
down from its 2007 high of $33 about
a year ago. It owns 25 properties in
Florida, which is second only to its
Michigan holdings.
Furniture importer finds
Deerfield is heart of
customer base
Going up "ahead of schedule and
under budget" according to Gallo
Architects president, Brian Herbert, is
the 50,000 square foot World of D'cor
outlet on Federal Highway at South-
east 6 street. The family-owned busi-
ness relocated here from Delray Beach
after suffering extensive damage in
Hurricane Wilma and opened an outlet
store at 199 N. Federal Highway.
The new building was designed
and is now being built by local firms,
Gallo Architects and JWR Builders,
whose principals are Bill Gallo and
Herbert. This week Herbert said the
project was moving along very well
and should be completed by mid-Oc-
tober.
Company spokesperson Christine
Houdek said a mid-November opening


The Rivertowne Square sign is obsolete. Most
of these stores are gone. New anchor will be
Bealls.

is planned.
Matt Eouse who heads his fami-
ly's operations in South Florida, said
World of D'cor offers its customers
direct import prices and is a one-stop
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rior accessories as well as architectural
finishes at our stores," Eouse said.
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The Deerfield location will em-
ploy up to 28 people depending on
business volume. The outlet store will
likely remain open.

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By Steve Wolf
ISLE WRITER
The isle casino & racing
at pompano park is ready to
open for its 45th Anniver-
sary season of harness racing
today.
The new season will
see much tougher rules and
regulations including industry
leading new standards for use
of the whip.
The track will start off the
season with live racing three
nights a week, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday with first
race post at 7:25 p.m. through
October, then adding live rac-
ing on Mondays beginning in
November.
On opening night track
management will honor the
prior seasons leading driver,


Bruce Ranger and leading
trainer, Mike Deters. Also the
Florida Chapter of the United
States Harness Writers As-
sociation will debut its new
Sunshine Award with a check
presentation to Renee Arnold,
wife of horsemen Bob Arnold,
who gave one of her kidneys
to help save her husband's life.
Also on the opening
weekend program is the
$50,000 4th round of the Flor-
ida Sunshine Stakes for two
and three-year-old Florida-
bred trotters and pacers on the
racing card.
Throughout the entire
month of September there will
be stakes races each live rac-
ing night.
The Isle Pompano Park's
top stakes events this season
will be the $400,000 Florida


Super Night Finals, takes
place on Saturday, Oct. 25 fol-
lowed by the $350,000 Isle of
Capri Pacing Series, $125,000
Mack Lobell Trotting Series
and $125,000 Frances Dodge
Van Lennep Pacing Series for
mares throughout the month
of February.
The isle casino & racing
at pompano park's driver/
trainer colony will be headed
by Bruce Ranger, the all time
winningest driver in track
history, recent hall of fame
inductee, Wally Hennessey,
Dan Clements, Kevin Wallis,
Anthony Napolitano, David
Ingraham, Mickey McNichol,
Joe Pavia, Jr. and Walter
Ross, Jr.
Top trainers include Mike
Deters, Tom Harmer, Mich-
ile Lorenzo, Jim McDonald,


Linda Kakaley, Don Cromer,
Dan Hennessey, Jacque Du-
puis and Gordon Norris.
New trainers that will be
stabled at the Isle Pompano
Park this season include Jean
Beaulieu, Terry Cullipher,
Dennis St. Pierre and Janine
Waldron.
The 45th Anniversary cel-
ebration will take place at the
Isle Pompano Park the first
week of February, kicking off
on Wednesday, Feb. 4, exactly
45-years to the day that the
track first opened.
The new whipping rule,
first of its kind in North
America, calls for the drivers
in any type of race to never
put the lines (reins) in one
hand in order to strike a horse
with a whip at any time dur-
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brought to track management
by the heads of the Florida
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Owners Association and has
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season," said Michael Bloom,
vice president and general
manager at the Isle Pompano
Park. "There are a lot of great
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Continued from page 9
Eouse said after his Delray
operation was destroyed by
the hurricane, it took some
time to find a site that offered
space and visibility. The
Deerfield location, in what
he called the heart of his
customer base, offered both
advantages.
Headquarters for the
10-year-old company are in
Orlando and there are stores
there and in West Palm
Beach, Texas and California.
Duffy's takes over
Roadhouse
At 401 N. Federal High-
way, a formerly popular
restaurant chain, Roadhouse
Grill, has been transformed
into a Duffy's Grill. A general
sprucing up was done inside
and out; the exterior has been
lightened and brightened and
the verandas are decorated


with sports memorabilia.
In a few weeks, owner Paul
Emmett hopes to add a dozen
veranda seats to the 310 inside
the restaurant.
A former chief executive
for Charlie Brown Steak- .
house, Emmett and his inves-
tors have built the Duffy's
chain by acquiring failing
restaurant locations and now
own 15 operations between
Melbourne and Deerfield
Beach. The local store is their
first incursion into Broward
County and was obtained be-
cause like all of their others it
seemed to be a good opportu-
nity. "It's five miles from our
Boca location and surrounded
by tons of housing," Em-
mett. He has converted two
other Roadhouse Grills, one
in Jensen Beach, the other in
Melbourne.
Roadhouse Grill, which
had been based in Pompano
Beach, went through reorga-


nizational bankruptcy in 2002
but failed to regain market
shares and in 2007 Duffy's
acquired a majority of its
stock. Realizing they have
taken on more than they could
handle, Duffy's sold the chain
to a Chapter 11 specialist who
a short time later took it into
Chapter 7.
One of Roadhouse Grill's
assets was its real estate -
prime commercial frontage on
major highways.
Emmett said he would like
to continue his growth into
Broward County.
"In this economic environ-
ment, there is more opportu-
nity," he said.
A few more good signs of
the times
Another good sign of the
times is that Dunkin Donuts
has been given the okay
to remodel the abandoned

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954-785-2437
Rev. Donna Hall
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BusineSS be leased. This development equipment storage.
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Continued from page 14 which for years was used for ance board has given its


Burger King building at 119
N. Federal Highway. Owner
Paul Gershen will add 4,000
square feet to the building
and reconfigure the parking
lot. The site accommodates a
diive-thru window, important
to the new Dunkin Donut
concept. Gershen owns three
other Dunkin Donut locations
in Deerfield Beach and a bak-
ery on Powerline Road.
Early in the summer, the
city commission approved
two other high visibility
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day Inn Express on SW 11
Way, across from the FAU
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Hillsboro Boulevard. Half the
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HOME HEALTH AIDES/CNA'S
-Needed For Private Duty
Agency In Lighthouse Point.
ApplicationsAcceptedTuesdays
And Thursdays. Call 954-783-
1998. DFWP 9/26

LABORER must be clean
cut, wellspoken, and a self
starter. Must have valid Florida
Drivers License. Full time.
Good Pay. Will Train. 954-
943-0008. 9/19

BARBER STYLIST NEEDED
With Clientele. Possibility
for Partnership. Please Call
Ruston's of Boston 954-782-
5939 Or 954-579-7042. 10/3

TERMITE/PEST CONTROL
TECH Experience
Preferred, must have valid Fla
Drivers License. Self Starter.
Immediate Opening, full-time.
Good Pay & Benefits. Call
954-943-0008. 9/19

CUSTOMER SERVICE
PART TIME for small
Retail Store In Lighthouse
Point. Computer Experience
Necessary. Some Lifting.
954-946-7760. DFWP.

EXPERIENCED GOSPEL
MUSICIAN- needed for Racially
Mixed Church. Call 954-592-
4959. C

FREE TAX SCHOOL Earn
extra income aftertaking course.
Flexible schedules, convenient
locations. Registernow! Courses
start soon. Liberty Tax Service,
954-783-5353. Small fee for
books 9/50

PIANO PLAYING MUSICIAN
needed for Sunday Service for
Racially Mixed Church. Call 954-
592-4959. C

NAIL TECH & HAIR TECH
- 3408 East Atlantic Blvd.
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- 9/12

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. In the Evenings.
Young Grandmother With Lots
of-Exp. Ref avail. Please Call
954-946-0870. 9/5C

SERVICES
HANDYMAN/REMODELING
-20 Years In Pompano. NoJob
Too Large Or Small. Painting,
Drywall, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical, Kitchens, Baths.
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A-1 CUSTOM-MICA, INC-
CABINETS-Build New or
Resurface. Wood, Mica,
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Free Estimate. Call For More
Info.'954-893-0063 9/12

DOORS FRAMES REPAIRED
- & Installed. Free est. 35
years exp 954-668-9758, call
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For Uncollected Money
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HONEST HANDYMAN all
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carpentry, etc. no job too small.
Fast, friendly service. Best
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HANDYMAN Plumbing,
Electrical, Painting, Restoring.
Yardwork. When you need an
extra hand, call me at 954-785-
8888. No Job too big or small.
Liec Ins. 9/26

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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


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OWN or RENT
BON BINI BEACH CONDO
One block to beach. Beautifully remodeled &
decorated comer unit. New kitchen w/new
appliances. Tile & pergo floors. New windows.
Robbie Central air cond. Washer/dryer in unit. All ages.
i Small pet ok. Screened balcony. Heated pool.
Own for $175,000 or rent for $1200/month

OCEAN MONARCH CONDO
Beautifully & totally remodeled 2 BD/2BA condo WI
on the 9th floor with incredible ocean views.
Crown molding, stainless steel appliances, marble
counter tops, small pet ok. Pool, gym and under :p I
cover parking. O "
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HOMEAND CONDO-Cleaning.
20 Years Experience. Honest &
Reliable. Great References.
English Speaking. Call Cheryl
954-480-6127. 9/19

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

DRIVEYOUTO SHOPPING OR
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Errands, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr. Two-Hour Minimum. Call
954-678-8066. C

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
MAKE $100K/YR! Turn key
operation, Local Seamless
Gutter Co., Truck, Equipment
and Yellow Page ad. incl.
$38,000. Call 954-868-5560.
9/20

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world. Manufactured locally.
STRATEGIC PARTNERS
SOUGHT NOW. Sales,
Operations. www.NewAvionics.
Com. 954-568-1991. C

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. 9/26



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SINGLE FAMILY HOME
Reduced To $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 FencedYard
With Storage Shed. Minutes
To Ocean. FHA Area. Kathy
Pickett 954-253-1337 Keller
Williams Properties. 9/12

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.

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. 9/12

MOTIVATED! Furn. Condo.,
1/BD/BA, Wynmoor, 55+,
Great Views, tennis, golf,
pool, theater, community
buses and more. Call 954-
646-5892. 9/19

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
$112,900. 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.
$139,900. Call Owner For
More Information. 413-244-
2807. 9/19

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. 9/26


DEERFIELD BEACH
Century Village 1/1 2nd
Floor Cond. Asking $37,500.
More Information Call 954-
949-90.n1 9/1

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. 10/3

CONDO FOR
SALE OR RENT
POMPANO BEACH 1 B/1 B.
Updated. Furnished Apartment
on 14th Street by the Beach.
$800/mo. Yearly Rental. For sale
$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. 9/12


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FOR RENT
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Ground Floor Unfurnished Apt.
55+. WalkTo LibraryAnd Publix.
Conv 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, LaundryGame Room
And Garage All For $374,000
(Just Reduced) Rental Price
Of $1875 1st/Last/Security
Deposit Required. Kathy
Pickett 954-253-1337 Keller
Williams Properties. 9/12

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

DEERFIELD CENTURY
VILLAGE-1/1.5 Condo., 1st
Floor, Waterview, Completely
Furnished, Ceramic Floors
throughout, Yrly. $725/mo.
Call 954-426-2512. 9/19

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

POMPANO PALM AIRE
1/1.5 Large Classy Furn
Apt. Gorgeous View of Golf
Course. Walk to Casino.
Annual $975 Mo. Choice
Properties Of So Fla Inc. 954--
465-6064. 10/3

A1A POMPANO-Furn. 1/1.5
Apt. Completely Renovated.
Granite, Stainless Steel
Kitchen. Heated Pool. Private
Access To Beach. Annual
Lease $1050 Mo. 954-629-
0947.

DEERFIELD 2/2 Hillsboro
Cove Waterfront. Walk
To Beach, Shopping.
Remodeled, Tile, W/D.
Screened A/C Patio.Covered
Parking. GreatView OfWater,
Island & Dock. Dockage
Avail. Asking $1275 Mo.
954-579-0741. 10/3


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. 9/19

LAUDERDALE BY THE
SEA Studio Apt. Fully
Furnished. A1A Live On The
Beach. $850 Mo. Elec&Water
Incl.3 Month Min Lease. 954-
650-3964. 9/19

POMPANO BYTHE 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. 10/3

DEERFIELD POMPANO
BEACH 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments For Rent.
REMODELED!! Paint, Tile,
Etc. Washer & Dryer On
Site. Pool. Call Frank 954-
5d45-5590 /19

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
at Keller Williams Realty 305-
496-0888.

POMPANO BEACH 2/2
Furnished. Everything New.
W/D. 55+. Ground Floor
Corner. ParkAt Door. Season
Or Yrly. 954-815-9736. 9/26

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(

WORKROOM 500 Sq Ft.
Air-conditioned. Private
Entrance. Near Pompano
Citi Center. Available 10/1.
$500 Per Month. 954-783-
7300. 9/19 RECESSION
CONCESSION!! Prime Shop
OrOffice. Located atNE34Ct
& Dixie Hwy in Oakland Park
Fl. Approx 920 sq ft. $750/mo
Plus Tax For The first year.
$850/mo Thereafter. Water
and waste free!! Will not last.
954-563-3533. 10/3

DOCK SPACE
LIGHTHOUSE POINT- Private
DockTo 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-
5700Z 10/3

GARAGE SALES
POMPANO BEACH 370 SE
15 AVENUE. SAT 9/13 and
SUN 9/148am-4pm. Household
Goods, Dishes, Furniture, Boat&
Lawn Equipment, PowerWasher
SI ots of Misc. Items- 9/12

LET US HELP YOU MAKE
EXTRA$$$$$$ With OurGarage
Sale Ads!!!! Just Give Us a Call
& We'll Do The Rest!! 954-545-
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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
-$175And Up. Must Be Seen.
954-467-0274 9am-3pm.
705 NW 7th Avenue Fort
Lauderdale. 9/19

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.
com for pictures. C


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POMPANO BEACH MEN'S GOLF ASS'N. (PBMGA)
Tournament Weds. Sept. 10,2008
One Best Ball of Foursome. Net Scores.
Score
1st Place Roger Chapman, Sal Levanti, Dennis Moze,
Charles M ennes . . . . .. . .. ... 53
2nd Place Bill Hayes, Bill Clark, JIm King, Bob Sweeny........55
3rdPlaceRudyPonzio,JohnSherry,JohnPirog,WesGardner..........55
Closest to thle Pin. 11th Green. Palms Course... Dennis O'Keefe
POMPANO BEACH WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN.
RESULTS, TUES., SEPT 9,2008
18 HOLE GROUP CATFIGHT IN CLASSES (points
against quota)

A CLASS
1st place Janet Stuart ........... . score +1
2nd place Trish O'Brien . . . .... score -2
B CLASS
1st place Shirley O'Neill ............. score -2
2nd place Patt Sessa . . . . . .. . score -3
C CLASS
1st place Virginia Comer ................. score +1
2nd place Betty Gordon . . . . . . score -3
D CLASS
1st place Lillian Cody ............... score -6
9 HOLE GROUP LOW PUTTS IN CLASSES
A CLASS
1st place Carolyn Kastelic . . . . . .. score 21
2nd place Pat Haag ..... . . . ... score 22
B CLASS
1st place Elaine McCumiskey ............... .score 20






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Candidate Chris Chiari faces Repub- Broward County School Board mem-
lican incumbent Ellyn Bogdanoff for ber, Dr. Bob Parks and wife, Linda.
Florida House Seat 91.


Joanne Goodwin, County Commissioners Kristin Jacobs and Ken Keechl


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Hillsboro
Boulevard
intersection
closed next
week in
Deerfield
Beach
Traffic on one of Deerfield
Beach's busiest thoroughfares
will be redirected next week
at the intersection of West
Hillsboro Boulevard and the
CSX railroad tracks, just west
of 1-95.
From Friday, Sept. 12
through Thursday, Sept.
25, this section of Hillsboro
Boulevard will be closed due
to maintenance by the railroad
and the Florida Department of
Transportation, or FDOT.
Detours will be in place
for the duration of this proj-
ect. Eastbound traffic will
be detoured to Military Trail
south, to SE 10 Street east,
then to 1-95 north. Westbound
traffic will be detoured to 1-95
south, to SE 10th Street west,
then to Military Trail north.
Provisions have been made
to allow rail passengers access
to the train station and both
of its parking lots during this
project. For additional infor-
mation, call FDOT at 954-
777-4490.

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nominee, Senator John Mc-
Cain, over Obama 47 to 43
percent. A July 31 Quinnipi-
ac poll showed McCain ahead


46 to 44.
"I'm proud to be a Rabbi
for Obama," said Rabbi David
Englander of Boca Raton.
Englander said he believes
that Obama would be good for
both Israel and America.


Schumer kept the focus
on Israel for much of his
speech saying that Obama has
a "long and deep" record on
supporting Israel. "It's hands
down Obama on Israel," said
Schumer.
Obama has said in the past
the U.S. should not negotiate
with groups, like Hamas and
Hezbollah that refuse to rec-
ognize Israel's right to exist.
He has also expressed support
for the creation of an indepen-
dent Palestinian State.
Schumer credited Obama's
strong support of Israel as
something that comes with "a


lot of exposure to Jews." He
also cited exposure as the rea-
son that some past presidents
were strong on Israel.
Schumer was bipartisan in
his praise of Bill Clinton and
Ronald Reagan as the "best"
for Israel and in his criticisms
that Jimmy Carter and George
H.W. Bush as the "worst."
Schumer also said that
Biden and McCain have also
been good for Israel. Schum-
er was critical of vice-presi-
dential candidate, Alaskan
Governor Sarah Palin, for her
alleged past support of former
presidential candidate, Pat


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Buchanan.
Buchanan has a history of
controversial statements that
have often been described as
Anti-Semitic and Anti-Israel
by some inside and outside
the Jewish community.
Palin was at a 1999 event
for Buchanan's 2000 Presi-
dential campaign, wearing
a Buchanan button, in her
hometown of Wasilla. The
McCain campaign has said
that Palin supported Steve
Forbes in 2000 and that she
was only welcoming Bu-
chanan, not supporting his
candidacy.
Buchanan, now a politi-
cal commentator on MSNBC,
said that, "She was a brigadier
in 1996, as was her husband.
They were in a fundraiser for
me."
Schumer added that he
didn't think Palin was anti-
semetic, "just wrong for vice
president."
Schumer tied McCain and
the current administration
together. "If we have another
four years of these policies,
I'm not sure we can recover,"
referring to McCain's strong
record of support for President
George W. Bush's policies.
Schumer criticized himself
saying he voted for the war
while Obama was "ahead of
the curve" in opposing it.
He also touched on
Obama's energy policy,
which includes developing
alternative energy sources
such as wind and solar, saying
that if Obama's plan were fol-
lowed, "Saudi Arabia will just
be a whole lot of sand."
Staying on energy, he
took a swipe at McCain's
plan and accused the Senator
of being "in the clutches of
the oil companies" and that
McCain's solution is to just
"drill."
McCain's energy plan
includes the construction of
new nuclear power plants, and
investing in alternative en-
ergy sources. McCain has also
proposed a $300 million prize
to improve battery technology
for plug-in hybrids and fully
electric automobiles.
Both candidates have ad-
vocated developing clean coal
technologies, improving energy
efficiency and safeguarding the
environment. Obama has said
he supports offshore drilling as
part of a comprehensive energy
plan and not a sole solution.
The Senator also touted
Obama's economic strategy
and plans to cut taxes. Schumer
implored voters to go back to
their friends and family and dis-
pel any false statements about
Obama including accusations
that he is a Muslim and unpatri-
otic. "They're [the rumors] not
right, they're not American and
they're not part of our [Jewish]
teaching either."


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