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Publication Date: September 26, 2008
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Hometown News & Views


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SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE POINT LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA Vol. XIV. Issue 39
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Pompano Beach

lowers taxes
for 14th year,

but not without

costs to residents

and employees
The Pompano Beach budget was
adopted by a unanimous vote of the
city commission last week, making
this the 14th year of lowering taxes in
the city. The new budget starts Oct. 1.
The budget of $204,375,189 is a
1.69 percent reduction, or $3,514,939
below last year's budget.
Part of the decrease is tied to
reductions in the general fund [$4.2 -
million], a reduction in the Air Park
Capital Improvement Fund [$1.4 mil-
lion], and a $.9 million decrease in
capital-purchases.
Offsetting the reductions was an
increase in police services of $2.9
Continued on page 10

Water OK to,

drink say Fort

Lauderdale
officials
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
It's safe to drink the water from
the city of Fort Lauderdale once again.
The City of Fort Lauderdale
Public Works Department, in consulta-
tion with the Broward County Health
Department, lifted the precautionary
water advisory for all Fort Lauder-
dale water customers on Wednesday
afternoon.
Laboratory results confirmed that
City of Fort Lauderdale water meets
all primary drinking water standards.
Continued on page 20

Pre-school
I teacher

will dive

from plane

Sto help
lifeguard.


Sky diving fund raiser to benefit

those with spinal cord injuries


By Anne Siren

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the jumpers will be men and women
PELICAN STAFF who are paraplegic or quadriplegic.
And they are raising money for


iney wm jump irom a plane ny-
ing at 14,000 feet, and at least 12 of


Continued on page 19


State rejects two Deerfield

grants for recreational lands


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Development of the abandoned
Tam O'Shanter Golf Course into a
water park may be back on the table.
Earlier this month, the funding board
of Florida Forever turned down the
city's grant application for $6 million
toward the purchase of the 100 acres.
City commissioners had hoped to
obtain the state grant and use another -
$2 million to meet the asking price of
course owner Crystal Lake Country
Club LLC.
At the same meeting, the board
rejected the city's application for
$310,000 to buy a parcel of land next
to the fishing pier. Owner Pete Boinis
has put a price of $600,000 on the
sandorhid the city has been awarded


$310,000 from the Broward County
Open Space Bond towardthat pur-
chase.
City Manager Mike Mahaney
said the cities and counties success-
ful in their funding requests had more
dollars to contribute to their projects
than Deerfield which gave them more


Pompano

Islamic Center

hosts interfaith

iftar dinner
Some leaders blast
Clarion Fund's
misrepresentation of
Islamic members

By Lisa Bolivar
PELICAN WRITER
After four years, visiting the
Islamic Center of South Florida in
Pompano Beach finally feels like com-
ing home to Kathy Leonard.
Leonard, of Delray Beach, and
fellow members of a peace advocacy
group known as JAM, a group of
Jews, Muslims, Christians and ev-
eryone else who gather monthly for
interfaith discussions and understand-
ing, joined the Islamic congregation at
the mosque Sept. 21 to share in a meal
called aniftar.
Continued on page 14

Pompano Beach

OKs free dog

park at Air Park
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Dog owners won 5 to 1 in Pom-
pano Beach to build a free dog park on
the Air Park property at 10 Street and
Federal Highway. Vice Mayor George
Brummer opposed the park.
Public Works Director Robert A.
McCaughan says work will probably
begin after some environmental as-
sessments are completed.
Members of the Broward Audu-
bon Society expressed concern about
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Grant loss,
Continued from page 1
points in the grant-awarding
process.
Crystal Lake residents
are strongly opposed to the
water park which would be
two 25- acre- lakes suitable
for small craft and cable
water skiing. The Crystal
Lake CC would build the
park after excavating three
million cubic yards of fill
to form the lakes. Residents
say the excavation project
will impact their neighbor-
hood for five years.
Zoning laws permit the
water park but the planning
and zoning board did not
recommend the plan last
November and it was tabled
several times by the city com-
mission. In April, a hearing
was delayed again due to a
procedural snafu:
The land owner's attorney


Beth Ann Krimsky indicated
at that time her client would
sue the city if the applica-
tion was rejected. but then
gave the city six months to
raise the funds to purchase
the land. October ends the
six -month timeline.
In the meantime; County
Commissioner Kristin Ja-


cobs, who also opposes the
water park project, put aside
$375,000 of her discretion-
ary funds for engineering
studies should the city pur-
chase the site.
Mayor Al Capellini
said he told the commission
when it decided to seek the
Tam 0' Shanter grant, more


matching dollars should be
offered to the state. "I said
let's ante up more money or
this will come back to bite
you," he said this week.
The city wants to ac-
quire the Boinis property
because a portion of it lies
beneath the fishing pier
restrooms which are in need


of a major overhaul.
Four years ago, Boinis
waged a major, but unsuc-
cessful campaign, to build a
large restaurant in the pier
parking lot and, take over
operation of the pier.
When the effort failed,
he retained ownership of the
strip of sand.


Lobbyists beginning to feelpinch in local cities, county


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Lobbyist Mitch Caesar's
contract comes up for re-
newal at an iffy time. The
Plantation attorney who also
heads up the Broward Demo-
cratic Party, has been making
$42,000 annually to interact
with county government of-
ficials on behalf of Deerfield's
best interests since he went
to work for this city in 2005.
What he has produced for


those dollars is not easy to
determine and with govern-
ments at all levels scrimping
to provide essential services,
Caesar may be on a short
string here.
"I'm not going to renew
his contract." said Mayor Al
Capellini. "I never hear from
him."
In what may be a sign of
the times, Broward County
Commissioners told their lob-
byists last week they should
rethink their fees since money


from higher governmental
levels is drying up. The lob-
byists were put on notice
their contracts would not be
automatically renewed.
In July, Caesar, whose
contract expires this month,
gave Deerfield commissioners
a written report outlining his
.-,activities.
He wrote he put residents
of Independence Bay and
county officials together to
resolve problems with lake
erosion. Although the issue


remains unresolved, he wrote
that the condo board appreci-
ated his efforts. The city's
attempt to annex the Waste
Management site at Power-
line and Green Roads was
unsuccessful Caesar reported,
although he says "some
financial courtesy was pos-
sibly derived from Broward
County."
Caesar does take credit
for obtaining a $375,000


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Dog park
Continued from page 1
pollution of the lake where
several native birds feed and
bathe.
The leading proponent of
the proposed park, Lisa Ham-
burg, has worked for more
than two years to bring it to
reality. She and others formed
a corporation, Dog Pack, to
spearhead the campaign and
educate the public about the


need of canine expression.
"Dogs have a need to
socialize off leash and to
exercise off leash. When that
need goes unmet, they devel-
op behavior problems. They
lose the language of dogs,"
Hamburg said.
Estimated costs to build
the park, including a chain
link fence, maintenance gate,
trash receptacles, potable
water source, gravel beds,
drainage and benches amount
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a special children's program
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boat ride up the Intracoastal
Waterway via 49 passenger
chartered boat. HLPS volun-
teers will welcome visitors at
the Station. Shuttles begin
at Sands Harbor Hotel on the
Intracoastal Waterway at 125
N. Riverside Drive, Pom-
pano Beach, directly across
the street from the Pompano
Beach City. Parking Lot. The
chartered boat leaves about
8:55 a.m. and about every 50
minutes thereafter: The tour
is free for HLPS members.
There is a transportation fee
of $15 for non-members.
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climbing the lighthouse to
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not-for-profit corporation, will be
held at Henry's Hideaway, 1500 South
Andrews Ave., Pompano Beach on
Sunday, Oct. 12, from 1 to 5 p.m. A
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open to the public. Call 561-999-9820.

Boating course

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The USCG Auxiliary Flotilla 36
of Boca Raton, will conduct America's
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hour safety program completed in two
consecutive Saturdays. It is designed
for boaters of all ages.
It will meet on Oct. 4 and Oct 11
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $50 for
materials.
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3939 N. Ocean Blvd., on AlAjust
south of Spanish River Blvd., Boca
Raton. Call for information at 561-
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for Christmas

Bazaar
Vendors interested in participating
in the Annual Bazaar and Craft show
at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church in
Pompano Beach should call 954-941-
8117.
The show will take place Dec. 6
and 7 inside the parish hall.


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unit of the Coral Springs Medical Center. Champ and Tristen were a bit hit. [Photo courtesy of Greg
Milford.]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Greg W. Milford, senior vice
president of Florida Shores Bank at
400 N. Federal Hwy., is one year short
of being a true Pompano native. He
laughs and says, "I've lived here since
I was one year old. My wife, Chris-
tine, was born in the area. We met
at Florida State and settled here after
graduation."
Milford has a strong sense of iden-


tity and loyalty to his city and proved
it by pouring non-stop energy into
making the Centennial Celebrations a
success and the city's 100th birthday a
year to remember.
Community activist, William
Meleski, owner of Greight Spaces,
says, "Greg is quite a guy. He knows
everyone and everyone, knows and
likes him. He's been a driving force
on the events committee and helped to
make each event a success.
"While we worked together he


shared wonderful historical stories
about growing up in Pompano Beach
with me. By the way, he was a hit
dressed as the Barefoot Mailman at
our successful July 3 blowout."
Executive Director of the Histori-
cal Society Dan Hobby agrees, saying,
"Greg proved to be a 'go-to' person all
during the Centennial. He was willing
to take on any task that needed to be
accomplished and did an excellent job.
In addition, his friendly personality
and calm temperament made him a joy
to work with."
Greg's response to these accolades
is "We still have Pioneer Days, Fire
Truck Muster, the boat and Yuletide
parades coming up, and I look forward
to all of these concluding events. I'm
busy all the time. My wife says it
keeps me out of trouble."
Very active in the Humane Society
of Broward County and The Florida
Humane Society, Milford says, "I
have two furry children, Champ and
Tristen, a Golden and a Lab Retriever.
Every other Thursday, the dogs and
I pay volunteer visits to the Pediatric
Floor of Coral Springs Medical Cen-
ter. I think we are a welcome stress
reliever and distraction for the chil-
dren, their parents and even the staff,
all of whom welcome us. It's fun and
rewarding to see how much joy these
pets can bring. They were trained by a
professional trainer and are registered
through the Delta Society."
Right after the devastation of
Katrina, Milford was one of three
volunteers to drive a truck to Louisi-
ana to rescue over a hundred cats and
dogs from a pet homeless shelter. "We
did this so that there would be room
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Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XIV, Issue 39
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
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Bookkeeper: John White
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Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Lorraine Andy,
Judy Wilson, Malcolm McLintock
Norbert Izworski, Donna Torrey, Judy Vik
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Choose your poison carefully....


Donna

the owner
of Garden
," .-" Gate at
/' Sears in
CitiCentre
Call her at 954-783-1189
or visit her website at www.
donnasgarden gate.com
By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
Most of our plants are beneficial,
medicinal and harmless, but some-
times the chemicals in plants are so
potent that they are actually poison-
ous. It's important to understand this,
and to know which ones are friends
and which, foe.
Some of the most poisonous plants
are unfortunately very common as
houseplants and as landscape material.
This can be a real hazard for those
with small children, and pets. Most
plants that are poisonous for humans
are also poisonous to pets, so if you
wouldn't eat it, please don't let your
pets do so either!I will list a few of the
most detrimental. Some of these can
cause severe allergic reactions, kidney
and liver failure, neurological damage
and even death.
Remember, most drugs originate
as plants and their chemicals are not to
be taken lightly. Know which plants
you have that are poisonous, and if
you want them around, be sure to
monitor them when children or pets
are in the vicinity.
Many plants in the Aroid family
are poisonous, and this includes most
Philodendrons, including Pothos,
Anthurium, Peace Lily, Aglaonema,
Nephytis, Caladium and Dieffenba-


chia. This is a large family of plants
and many of them are commonly sold
as houseplants throughout the world.
So, if you own these, be aware that
they can cause severe reactions. Other
common houseplants that are poison-
ous are Croton, and English Ivy.
In the landscape, be aware that
Oleander and Lantana are extremely
poisonous and should be monitored
carefully if you choose to have them.
Angel's trumpet is also viewed as
hazardous, but Oleander and Lantana
are more poisonous and much more
prevalent.
Other families of plants to watch
out for are those in the Lily family,
such as Gloriosa Lily also many Ilex
species.
Castor Bean, a wild plant that
is sometimes used ornamentally is
extremely poisonous, and is the source
of deadly Ricin. Brazilian Pepper is
not only invasive but a poison hazard
as well.
This list is just a sampling of the
more commonly used ones. If you
have small children and pets, then
these plants are not for you!
If you need further assistance or
emergency information, you can call
the Poison Control Hot line: 1-800-
222-1222. Next Sunday, Sept. 28 is
first Responsible Dog Owner Day at
Pet Supermarket on Federal Highway
in Pompano Beach from 10 to 3 p.m.
The Garden Gate will have a booth
there with samples of these plants.
Also, The Grow Wild! team will be
there to certify your home landscape
with The National Wildlife Federation.
We only need 80 more homes
to become a Community Wildlife
Habitat! Most of the plants that make
a great wildlife habitat are completely
safe, which is another good reason
to plant natives that provide food and
shelter for birds and butterflies.


Tax payers may dispute valuation

of property at upcoming meeting

in Fort Lauderdale
The Broward County Value Adjustment Board, or VAB, will hold two Tax-
payer Workshops to assist citizens in understanding how to contest the value,
exemption or classification assigned to their property by the Property Appraiser.
Workshops will be held in Room 422, Broward County Governmental Cen-
ter, 115 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, on Wednesday, Oct. 1, from 9 to 11
a.m., and Thursday, Oct. 2, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Additional workshops can be scheduled by community, civic, or church
groups, by special request.
The Value Adjustment Board is statutorily charged with providing a forum for
taxpayers to contest the value or classification upon which property tax is based.
Taxpayers who filed petitions by 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 19, must provide evi-
dence and appear at a quasi-judicial hearing before a special magistrate in order
to prove the case for reduction in value or change in classification.
These workshops are designed to help taxpayers better understand the process
and prepare for hearings. Attendees are encouraged to bring their Truth in Mill-
age Notices, or TRIM Notices, and/or actual tax bills.
Representatives from the County Budget Office and the Property Appraiser's
Office will be on hand to ensure the entire taxation process, from beginning to
end, can be explained. Topics will range from finding applicable comparable to
submit as evidence to proper hearing attire and decorum.
All attendees will receive a packet of useful information and there will be an
opportunity to ask questions. Attendees of previous years' sessions reported a
better understanding of the Value Adjustment process and felt they were better
prepared to succeed at their hearings.


Deerfield collecting donations for

Haiti hurricane victims
The Haitian American Consortium, Inc. is partnering with the City of
Deerfield Beach to collect supplies and resources to aid hurricane victims on the
island nation of Haiti.
Beginning the week of Sept. 22, the public can take donations to Deerfield
Beach Fire Station 4, 928 East Hillsboro Blvd., located at the southwest comer
of Hillsboro Boulevard and Federal Highway.
Items can be dropped off at the west entrance of the station between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
The most pressing needs for the people of Haiti include:
Non-perishable food items, toiletries, baby items including bottles, for-
mula, diapers and wipes and rice.
Equipment such as trucks, backhoes, bobcats, agricultural tools, genera-
tors, water pumps and water filters.
Donation of services and equipment from water management experts to
assist in pumping water out of these areas.
Monetary donations.
For more information, call Vice Mayor Sylvia Poitier at 954-480-4220 from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m, or 754-368-0899 after 5 p.m. Or call Mr. Wilzie Vilceus of The
Haitian American Consortium Inc. at 954-425-8449, extension 111.
The Haitian American Consortium Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organi-
zation. Members of the Consortium include Armelle Brice, Jenice Marcelin,
Judithe Jean-Pierre, Diana Leger, Honmman Jean-Jacques, Mona Sanon, Marlene
Dubois, Eddy Sarazin and Gloria Battle.


Adopt-A-Street Kick-Off and

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea's October

GreenFest takes place Oct. 4
The Adopt-A-Street Program will kick off in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea this
October. The town commission voted unanimously, in May, to implement the
county's litter prevention and removal program. This made Lauderdale by-the-
Sea the 19th city participating in the growing program.
The public is invited to participate on Saturday, Oct. 4, at Jarvis Hall and El
Prado Park for the town's first annual October GreenFest.
Volunteers can call 954-474-1835 or just show up at 8:30 a.m.
Broward County Adopt-A-Street is a litter prevention and removal program
that works with local volunteers to bring communities together to beautify
neighborhood roadways and keep Broward County litter-free. For more infor-
mation on Adopt-A-Street, or about how to volunteer at the Lauderdale by-the-
Sea October GreenFest, call 954-474-1835.

Event information:
When: Saturday, October 4, 2008
Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Volunteer registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Where: Jarvis Hall, 4501 N. Ocean Drive.
Contact: Litter Hotline at 954-474-1835


Opinions and Editorials


6 The Pelican


Friday, September 26, 2008







Fridy, epteber26, 008The elian


Lobbyists
Continued frmo page 2
matching grant for engineer-
ing studies to be done at Tam
O'Shanter Golf Course if the
city succeeds in purchasing
the abandoned acreage. The
dollars were earmarked by
County Commissioner Kristin
Jacobs from one of her discre-
tionary funds, but Jacobs said
this week she did not recall
hearing from Caesar on the
matter.
Caesar says in his report
that he forwarded information
on 14 prospective grants to
the city and identified possible
dollars in some emergency
areas.
Caesar is one of three lob-
byists employed by Deerfield
Beach. The Rubin Group,
who plies its trade in Tallahas-
see, is paid $60,000. Al-
calde and Fey, who work the
Washington, political scene,
receive $72,000 annually. Of
the three, the latter has been
the most successful reporting
$1.5 million for beach re-
nourishment and $2.8 million
for State Road A1A improve-
ments within the past five
years.
,This year, Alcalde and
Fey sought federal assistance
for three projects: $312,000
for beach re-nourishment, $3
million for improvements to
FAU Research Park Boule-
vard, or Southwest 11 Way,
and $100,000 for the Deer-
field Beach Historical Society.
Of those amounts,
$174,000 was appropriated
for the beach re-nourishment


study. The lobbyists report
the other requests are still in
committee.
"We have gotten great
bucks for our money over
the years," Mayor Al Capel-
lini said, recounting beach
and highway assistance and
FEMA dollars for Project
Impact. He remembers a time
when the commissioners
themselves lobbied Congress.
"When we had a cohesive
commission, we would go and
see people; it's more effective


when you verify your request
with their staffs in Washing-
ton." .
The Rubin Group reports
little success for 2007-08.
Talks to negotiate Deerfield's
inclusion into the proposed
Indian Gaming Compact
brought no result. The city
was hoping to be funded for
road improvements to offset
the increased traffic it may
incur due to the expansion of
the Seminole Indian Casino in
Coconut Creek.


LHP Fire Fighter.named

Broward County Fire

Fighter of the Year

The Lighthouse Point City Commission recognized Lt. Pat
Jones for being named Fire Fighter of the Year 2008 by the
Broward County Council of Professional Fire Fighters. Lt.
Jones has been selected for his dedication and professional-
ism to the association for many years. "We support and honor
our fire fighters. They are true life savers in our Community,"
Mayor Schorr said. "Pat has been with Lighthouse Point for 35
years and has done an extraordinary job for our Community.
We are very proud that he was a recipient of such an honer."

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In the end, cities were
not accepted as parties to the
Compact and local concerns
were not addressed. There is
still hope in the 2009 session
the state will provide financial
assistance for traffic issues,
The Rubin Group reports.
The Rubin Group also as-
sisted with two grant requests
at the Florida Communi-
ties Trust Governing Board
- $310,000 for a strip of beach
property next to the fishing
pier, and $6 million toward


the purchase of the Tam"'0
Shanter Golf Course. Neither
grant was awarded.
Throughout the 2008
legislative session, The Rubin
Group tracked committee
hearings and legislation and
have forwarded the city a
complete report.
"You can't look at just
one year," Capellini said of
the city's lobbying efforts.
"You might get $1 million
one year and then nothing for
several years."


Lighthouse Point Financial

Rating Raised to AA+
Standard & Poor's, the world's oldest provider of indepen-
dent credit ratings, recently announced an increase in the over-
all City financial rating to AA+. The only rating higher is AAA
and only 34 cities in the United States have that rating. Mayor
Schorr said "during these times of economic downturn and fall-
ing property values, it is impressive that our City is recognized
for its outstanding stewardship."


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Business


Briefs Beach Bunny Boutique offers swim wear,

Pompano Beach sportswear, hats and flip flops for fun in the sun
ompanmber to Beachst

Chamber to host


golf tournament

It's not too late to sign up for the
Pompano Beach Chamber of Com-
merce's 26th Annual Golf Tournament
on Oct. 3 at the Might Oaks course
at Palm Aire, 2600 Palm Aire Drive
North..
The event is a 4 person scramble.
Registration begins at 11:30 followed
by a shotgun tee-off at 1:15 p.m. Cor-
porate sponsorships are still available.
Pre-registration is required. This year,
there will be new prizes and games,
and for the winner of the first hole-in-
one, an Eddie Accardi car will be the
prize. Call 954-941-2940.


Fish fry

cooking up in

Lauderdale-By-

The-Sea

The Lauderdale-By-The-Sea will
host its annual fish fry, Oct. 15, from
5 to 8 p.m. at the Shutters Oceanfron
Tiki Bar, 4660 El Mar Drive, LBTS.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $4
for children under 10. Chicken fingers
are available for children.
Dance to the music of Aram Kasa-
bian. Call 954-776-1000.


Craft fair and

bake sale

Holy Cross Hospital will host its
annual Craftober Fest and Bake sale at
Sr. innocent Conference Center, 4725
N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale,
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The events include a Chinese
raffle and refreshments. Vendors are
still needed. Call 954-492-5761.


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Heike Lops, owner of Beach Bunny Boutique, at 1201 S. Ocean Blvd., offers swim wear in a size range from little girls to Women's size 26. [Photos
by Phyllis J. Neuberger]

By Phyllis J. Neuberger and more visitors back to the area." year.
PELICAN STAFF Lops knows about the tourist "In season, we sell more conser-
business having had a travel agency in vative but still fashionable one piece
Location, location, location. Germany, the land of her birth. "When suits and tankinis which are 2-pc
That's the magic word for retailers I gave up my agency, I became an in- shorts or briefs with long or short
and it certainly is important for Beach ternational business woman promoting tank type tops. In summer, we sell
Bunny which has been a swim suit and arranging tour packages around more abbreviated, sexier styles. Our
destination for 31 years. Located at the w6rld," she says. "I fell in love stock includes chlorine resistant suits,
1201 S. Ocean, it's across the street with Florida where I have family. My mastectomy suits, bathing caps, sun
from the ocean and the Beachcomber, son, Yannic needed a permanent home visors, quality lotions and even surf
the only resort left on AIA in Pompano and this is where we settled in 1996." jewelry which can be worn by swim-
Beach. Beach Bunny stocks bathing suits, mers."
Heike Lops, owner of Beach accessories, beach sandals, sportswear Beach Bunny has a wall of sandals
Bunny for the past five years, says, and in season, a selection of men's in sizes 5 to 11 in a variety of styles
"However, the loss of so many small. trunks is available as an accommoda- and-colors, including a glamorous flip
motels and hotels since hurricane Wil- tion. flop in rubber which is very popular.
ma has eliminated too many places "We carry high quality, name Philicia Burnett, a visitor from
for tourists to stay and that has been brands at moderate prices in a size Detroit, was window shopping in the
a loss for all of the businesses along range that begins with little girls and
Ocean Boulevard. We look forward to goes to women's size 26," she says. Continued on page 18
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HURRICANE HELP
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.
THEATER
Sol Children Theatre
Troupe presents Pocahontas,
Oct. 10 to 26 at Sol Children
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Boca Raton. This isn't just
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Willy Wonka Jr. Sat-
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p.m. SHOWTIME Dance &
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Boca Raton. Come see Roald
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iworld-famous candy man
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Reservations recommended.
Adults, $14; children (12 and
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BOATING SAFETY
The Lighthouse Point
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here dressed in traditional Hispanic Fl'menco dress.
Hispanic Heritage Month will be celebrated in the Broward County Govern-
mental Center lobby with a variety of displays and events presented through
out the month. Pictured are Vicki Pearson, Commission Aide; Cmmsr. Diana
Wasserman-Rubin; Patricia Weisler, Commission Aide.


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up at Powerline and Sample.
I've worked on fund raising
for years to make this much
needed, state of the art shelter
a reality, and can't wait for it
to open."
Another favorite Mil-
ford project is establishing
aYMCA in East Brox\ard..
As a member of the East
Broward YMCA task force
he says, "I feel this missing
club, which will help to unite
families, is an important part
of a community. I was active
in Indian Guides with my
dad, and it was an influential
part of my childhood. I think
a good YMCA would be a
major help for families."
A glowing supporter of
the Lighthouse, he calls it
"an important landmark for
Pompano Beach. I like it so
much I had Pat Anderson,
a local artist, do our house
number sign with an illustra-
tion of the lighthouse and our
two dogs as well as the street
address."
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million; $1.7 million is due
to normal inflationary in-
creases with the BSO contract
while the other $1.2 is for the
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tax rate for the General Fund
and the EMS Fund, but these
increases were partially offset
by a reduction in the tax rate
for debt service.
The total millage rate
was set at 3.9602 and is .1529
mills, or 4.02 percent higher.
than last year.
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represents a 1.98 percent de-
crease in property taxes when
compared to the rolled-back
millage rate of 4.03 79.
Total city property taxes
are collected for debt service,
emergency medical services
and general operating.
Total propertty taxes in
the new budget to be paid by
taxpayers are estimated to be
$45,625,580 which is a de-
crease of $864,241 compared
to last year.
The reduction in property
taxes and non-ad valorem rev-
enues resulted in lost revenues
of $1,820,105 from last year.
.The city's non ad valorem fire
assessment will remain at $75.
Other non-ad valorem
revenues totaled $67,540,231
which was a reduction of
$955,864.
To absorb the normal
annual inflationary increases
in the budget and to balance
the loss of property taxes and
other revenues, cuts were '
made.
Services were cut, pro-
grams reduced and 12 em-
ployees were cut.
Other cost saving mea-
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publication of Tradewinds
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3 publications annually to 2.
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get reductions was through
the elimination of capital
improvement funding.
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no were reduced for the 14th
consecutive year. Owners of
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Interfaith
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An iftar is a symbolic
breaking of a day-long fast
during the holy month of Ra-
madan when Muslims abstain
from food, drink and other
pleasures from dawn to dusk.
"What I've seen [over the
last four years] is not jpst an
exponential growth of the
number of people coming, but
the growth in the quality of
relationships has changed,"
she said, looking around a


packed congregational hall.
"We no longer stare at
each other across-the room.
It is now a personal greeting
between long lost friends, and
it really has become a coming
home," Leonard said.
Iftars are open to the
public at most mosques, but
the annual interfaith one at the
Pompano facility has become
popular, partially because
of the panel discussion that
comes with the meal.
This year there were
Kamruz Hosein, a Muslim;
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ing Christianity, Rabbi Mark
Gross from Temple Beth Orr
in Coral Springs, Pundit Bi-
mal Maltaraj of Oakland Park


representing the Hindu faith,
and Broward Sheriff's Of-
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who serves as chaplain to the
multi-faith law enforcement


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Interfaith
Continued from page 14
Lauderdale.
While the panel was ex-
pecting to discuss what fast-
ing means within their own
traditions, they also became
embroiled in a deeper ques-
tion on what each has done to
encourage interfaith discus-
.sions within their own organi-
zations.
Braswell illustrated the
scope of his job and his call-
ing by saying, "If a person is
hungry, if a person is need-
ing clothing, if a person is on
their death bed, they don't ask
about your religion. No, it's
about wanting to be loved,
wanting someone there that
cares," he said of his contact
with people, and how every-
one can be a chaplain when
people are in need. "In reality,
everyone is a minister. We all
come together to help each
other."
As Mohammad Nastour,
owner of Al-Salaam Arabic
restaurant in Plantation pre-
pared to serve the evening's
meal, he listened to the
panelists share their interfaith
message and whispered "This


is something great, I wish
they could do this all the time
everywhere and anywhere in
the world," he said.
Rabbi Gross shared his
family philosophy on helping-
humanity.
"My personal conviction
is, we all eat at the same table,
or we don't eat at all," he said
to applause. "And that ap-
plies here with all the sweet
diversity we have in our com-
munity. What we need to do is
smooth the table cloth, pull in
our elbows and share the table
with everyone."
Pundit Maltaraj, a Trinidad
native, said he wonders what
all the fuss about religious
and cultural differences is all
about. In Trinidad, he ex-
plains, all sorts of people live
side by side and think nothing
of it.
The discussion became
lively when someone men-
tioned the wide distribution
of the The Clarion Fund's
DVD Obsession: Radical
Islam's War Against the West,
inserted in recent Miami
Herald and the Sun-Sentinel,"
sparking an emotional reac-
tion from the panelists, who
unanimously condemned the


DVD's contents and its distri-
bution. The DVD is seen by
many as a thinly veiled smear
campaign against a people
and a faith.
Rabbi Gross said "I find
it fascinating that someone
would go to such lengths to
weave together snips of such
misinformation and hate; talk
about misplaced priorities,"
he said, using the stereotyping
of Muslims in the film com-
pared to potential stereotyping
of contemporary Christian
misanthropes and American
terrorists. "Would anyone in
their right minds edit to-
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Timothy McVeigh and David
Koresh and say they were rep-
resentatives of Christianity?"
Foulkes was emotional
when he responded "This is
trash, and it should not be
polluting the Internet or our
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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 fortheAmerican 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
BABYSITTER looking for jobs
in Lighthouse Pt. In the Evenings.
Young Grandmother With Lots
of Exp. Ref avail. Please Call
954-946-0870. 10/24C


Sell
The
Call


Advertising with
Pelican Team.
Anne 954-783-


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

$$CASH$$ UNCOLLECTED
MONEY JUDGMENTS. We
at Judgment Acquisition
& Recovery USA Might be
willing to buy it. For More
Information Local Phone
954-302-8811. Toll Free 1-
888-688-2870 Email jaarusa
@ gmail.com 9/26

AIR CONDITIONING/
INSTALLATION And Repair.
24 Hour Service. Licensed And
Insured!! Call 954-495-5977.
10/10

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 yourfree quote. Lic/Ins
754-366-1915 10/3

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

CASEY BROTHERS
HANDYMAN SERVICES No
Job Too Small. Tile, Bath,
Kitchens. References Upon
Request. Call For Free Quote.
954-783-9798- 10/10

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.

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


8700.

POMPANO BEACH
OWN or RENT
BON BINI BEACH CONDO
One block to beach. Beautifully remodeled &
decorated corner unit New kitchen w/new
appliances. Tile & pergo floors. New windows.
R [obie Central air cond. Washer/dryer in unit. All ages.
Small pet ok. Screened balcony. Heated pool.
Ownfor $175,000.

p,, OCEAN MONARCH CONDO
Beautifully & totally remodeled 2 BD/2BA condo
on the 9th floor with incredible ocean views.
Crown molding, stainless steel appliances, marble
counter tops, small pet ok. Pool, gym and under
cover parking.
Own for $398,000 or rentfor $2150/month.


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CABINET
REFACING
By Joseph Gloria
27 YRS. EXP.
KITCHEN
& BATH
CABINETS W1j
& COUNTERS
FREE ESTIMATES *
CALL: 954-755-6277


GRANITE COUNTER TOPS
- From $33 Per Sq Ft.
Materials Included. Winner of
2 Awards. Please Call 954-
792-5188.

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

TRANSPORT DRIVER AT
YOUR SERVICE -to Airports,
Shopping, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr. 24-7 Days/Week. Call
Dino 954-956-8474.

DRIVEYOUTO SHOPPING OR
WILL SHOP FOR YOU Run
Errands, Appointments, Etc.
$20/hr 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-

A E R O S P A C E
OPPORTUNITIES The
smallest, lightest, most-
sensitive ice detectors in the
world. Manufactured locally.
STRATEGIC PARTNERS
SOUGHT NOW. Sales,
Operations. www. NewAvionics.
Corn 954-568-1991.

NOT MLM SAVE AND
MAKE$$$$. Local Co. Needs
People. Local/Nationwide.
6 Figure Income Possible.
Part-time OK. 954-733-3531.
Leave Name & Phone #. Long
Distance OK. Company Tour
Available. 10-17


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.

POMPANO BEACH Deep
Water Home NFB. 70' of
Waterfront. Private Dock.
3/3 With 2 Car Garage.
Wood Burning Fireplace. 10'
Ceilings. Great Waterview,
Easterly Breezes. Asking
$495K. Distinctive Properties.
Patty Lockman 954-410-6002.

SELLERWILLCONTRIBUTE
TO CLOSING COSTS. 3
Bedroom 1 Bath. All New
A/C, New Bath, Floors, Walls,
Ceilings and Roof Shingles.
Large Fenced Yard With
Storage Shed. Minutes To
Beach. $179,000. Kathy
Pickett Keller Williams
Properties. 954-253-1337.
1432 NE 27 Court Pompano
Beach.

'\(Cleaning
Girls
4' Services
K FREE ESTIMATES


954-592-6817
Visit Us At:
Cleanlngglrlsservlces.vpweb.com


HOLLYWOOD LAKES
HISTORICAL HOME 4/4
With Direct LakeView. Open
Beam Ceilings, 2 Fireplaces,
Hardwood Floors. Pool With
Spa. Double Corner Lot.
Distinctive Properties, Patty
Lockman 954-410-6002.

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
MOTIVATED! Furn. Condo.,
1/BD/BA, Wynmoor, 55+, Great
Views, tennis, golf, pool, theater,
community buses and more.
$54,000. Call 954-646-5892.
10/3

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

POMPANO PALM-AIRE Move-
in-condition. 2/2, 1st Floor With
Great Golf Course View. Only
$112,900. Call Owner at 413-
244-2807. 10/17

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-

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 1/1 2nd Floor
Condo. 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- 10/3



Steam Cleaning Services.
Go Green Clean Seal and Forget.
Roofs, Pavers, Concrete,
Tile & Grout .3 to 5 Year Warranty.
90 Days Same as Cash.
Commercial & Residential.
754-246-9585
ULicensed & Insured


CONDO FOR
SALE OR RENT
POMPANO BEACH-1 BD/1 BA.
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.


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- 10/24


SEASONAL
RENTALS
OFF-SEASONRENTAL-1BD/1
BA on Beach, Furnished. $950/
mo. Avail. Through November.
Pool, Laundry, private parking.
954-464-0673. 9/26

POMPANO BEACH -Leisureville
55+ Community. 3 Bedrm/1.75
Bath. One Floor, Patio Front
& Back. $1000/Mo. w/1st mo
security. Avail Nov 1. Call 954-
649-8867


CONDOS FOR
RENT
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2/2
Ground Floor Unfurnished Apt.
55+. WalkTo LibraryAnd Publix.
Conv Location. $800 Month. Info
954-822-4543. 10/10

DEERFIELD BEACH Great
2/2. New carpet, paint, stove,
tile. Second Floor comer 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.

POMPANO BEACH -
WATERFRONT E McNab Rd
Cozy 1 Bedrm 1 Bath 1st Floor.
Open Kitchen With Snack Bar.
Available Now. $850 Mo. No
Pets. Barbara 954-783-2151.




INSTALL & REPAIR
Shutters Accordion & Colonial
Roll Ups Panels (Clear & Aluminum)
Opening & Closings Impact Windows
Sun Shades Awnings
For Peak Performance
Shutter Lubrication Is Required
We Offer Semd-Annual ServIce
Free Estimates icened & Insured


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

POMPANO BEACH-Large 1/1
Condo. Patio, Secure Bldg. $795
Month. Non-Smoker-No Pets.
954-600-8353 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

DEERFIELD 2/2 Hillsboro
Cove Waterfront. Walk
To Beach, Shopping.
Remodeled, Tile, W/
D. Screened A/C Patio.
Covered Parking. Great
View Of Water, Island &
Dock. DockageAvail.Asking
$1275 Mo. 954-579-0741.

POMPANO BEACH Fully
Furnished 1/1 Condo. 1 Block
To Beach. New Kitchen/Bath.
Pool. Laundry Rm On Site.
Month Rentals. $850. 954-
540-9724

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.
Park At Door. Season Or Yrly.
954-815-9736. 9/26

POMPANO BEACH 1/1
CONDO E of US 1 South Of
Copans Rd. $725 Month. 1st/
Last Moves In. No Pets. 954-
943-1666. 10/3


APTS FOR RENT
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.

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

DEERFIELD POMPANO
BEACH 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments For Rent.
REMODELED!! Paint, Tile,
Etc. Washer & Dryer On Site.
Pool. Call Frank 954-545-5599.
10/10

NE POMPANO BEACH
- 1 Bedroom 1 Bath Apt.
All Upgraded. Hurricane
Windows. 500 Sq Ft. Pets
OK. $750 Month. 954-491-
1222. 9/26


PRESSURE

CLEANING
Lowest prices ..
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POMPANO LARGE 1
Bedroom + Den. Y2 Block To
Beach. $950 Mo Includes
Elec., Water, Cable. Prorate
1st/Last/Security. No Pets.
954-326-0405. 10/17
POMPANO BEACH EAST
of U.S. 1. 1/1 Apts. Newly
Rehabbed. $900 Month. More
Information 954-845-9916.
10/19
POMPANO BEACH 2/1 APT.
Near Federal Hwy & Atlantic
Blvd. Renovated, Tile. No Pets.
Washer & Dryer On Premises.
Call 954-781-4072. 9/26

DEERFIELD BY THE BEACH
-Annual & short Term. 1 Bedrm
Furn $1195. Util Included.
POMPANO 2/2 Unfum $995And
Up. 954-608-7368 or 754-368-
7355. Owner Agent.

STUDIO/
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH Large
Furnished Studio Apt With
-Private Kitchen, Large Balcony.
$700 Per Month. No Pets. More
Info 954-675-2363. 9/26
POMPANO BEACH Large
EfficiencyWith Kitchen Available.
;500 Feet To Ocean. LaundryAnd
Pool On Premises. No Pets.
Call 954-294-8483 or 248-736-
1533 10/3 .-

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 $1100. 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.
10/17
Sell Advertsing with
The Pelican Team.
Call Anne 954-783-
8700.


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WORKROOM 500 Sq Ft.
Air-conditioned. Private
Entrance. Near Pompano
Citi Center. Available 10/1.
$500 Per Month. 954-783-
7300. 9/26
R E C E S S I O N
CONCESSIONII Prime Shop
Or Office. Located at NE 34
Ct & Dixie Hwy in Oakland
Park Fl. Approx 920 sq ft.
$750/mo Plus Tax For The
first year. Water and waste
free!! Will not last. 954-563-
3533. 10/10
DEERFIELD BEACH -
Hillsboro & 1-95. Large &
Small Bays. O/H Doors. Plenty
Of- Parking. More Info Call
954-240-2253.

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- .10/3

VEHICLES WANTED -NICE
CARS ONLY!! PLEASE NO
JUNKS. $500 $5000. ANY
YEAR MAKE OR MODEL.
Contact: 954-549-7776.
in/17

DESIGNER
CLOTHING
EXOTIC"WEARABLE ART"
Designer T-shirts $19.95.
100% Luxurious ring-spun
cotton. Unique. Cultural Art,
Masks and Symbol designs.
www.sajerobinson.com. 10%
off purchases. Promo Code:
81608 Expire 10/31/08.

GARAGE SALES
LET US HELP YOU MAKE
EXTRA $$$$$$With OurGarage
SaleAds!!!! Just Give Us a Call
& We'll Do The Rest!! 954-545-
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BEAUTIFUL STEEL
BUILDINGS Utility, Industrial,
Commercial. Discounted, Can
erect. Local Consultant, www.
scg-grp.com Source #15M.
Phone 561-719-7602 10-3

FOR SALE
MATTRESSES TWIN $80.
FULL $100. QUEEN $120.
KING $160. FRAMES $25.00.
CAN DELIVER!! 954-465-6498.
10/17 BOX BOX BOI D RBOLD

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

$1 MILLION OF INVENTORY
MUST GO! For Hoteliers,
Property Owners and Individuals.
Desks, lamps, mirrors, sofas,
ergonomic chairs, headboards
(king and queen), sconces,
lounge chairs, TVs, night stands,
armoires, chest of drawers,
credenzas, coffee tables,
artwork, chandeliers and much
more. Recently renovated hotel
is renovating again due to brand
re-imaging! 132 entire rooms
(excluding beds) are available at
deep discount! All furniture made
of solid wood, extremely durable
and aesthetically versatile. All
132 Zenith TVs. are hotel-ready.
Desks, chairs, furniture and
lamps all in near-mint condition.
Lobby pieces available as well.
If you require furniture for a
hospitality setting, this is a
unique opportunity that should
not be missed entire FF&E
packages available immediately!
Call 407-408-0912 or e-mail
malcolm@pmadesign.com for
more information. 10/3C

Sell Advertsing with
The Pelican Team.
Call Anne 954-783-
8700.

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1st Rudy Ponzio, John Sherry, John Pirog, Wes Gardner.. 121
2nd Dick Wolfe, Bill Clark, Tony Cusanelli, Otto Plucinsky. 123
3rd Bill Hayes, Bill Oakley, Roland Waldron, Herb Knauff. .126
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18 HOLE GROUP SCRAMBLE
1ST-JanRuck,PattSessa,PatBowAngela.... .68
2ND Eileen Stanley, Grace Duffy, Yoko
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3RD Kathy Stewart, Barbara Daly, Lu Risp-
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9 HOLE GROUP LOW NET IN CLASSES
A CLASS
1st Joanne Price .............. . 37
2nd Pat Haag . . . . . . . . 38
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18 The Pelican Friday, September 26,2008


Beach Bunny
Continued from page 8
center recently and stepped
inside Beach Bunny when she.


spotted the sandal display. "I
chose a pair of fancy flip flops
in washable rubber and was
thrilled to find them in my
size 11," she said. "This is my
first trip here, and I relaxed


last night on the beach under a
full moon. It was great."
So many of their regular
customers requested casual
sportswear, Beach Bunny has
incorporated a full selection
of shorts, Bermudas, tops,
tanks, beach covers, sweaters,
blouses and summer dresses
available in misses and junior
sizes. Beach bags, caps and
straw hats often become cho-
sen accessories.
"We prefer to stock
American and Canadian made
merchandise whenever it is
possible," Lops says.
Barbara Crozier, an em-
ployee of the Broward County
School Board enjoys shop-
ping the store so much, she
sometimes even works there
on Saturday. "I often wear
my sportswear purchases from
here to work and get actual
orders for items from my
associates who like Heike's
sportswear choices as much
as I do."
Lops is fluent in German,
French and Spanish which


Hieke's son, Yannic, who is a student at Florida Atlantic University, finds time
to help his mother wherever he's needed at Beach Bunny Boutique.


comes in handy in a tourist
area. She explains that the
French Canadians especially
appreciate being able to com-


municate in their own lan-
guage.
For more information, call
954-942-0484.


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Sky dive
Continued from page 1
the South Florida Spinal.
Cord Injury/Disease Support
Group, or SCISG.
Michele Kerrigan, owner of
Joshua's Tree Learning Cen-
terin Pompano Beach, says
besides the money needed
for the group, the idea is to
raise awareness of spinal cord
injuries.
Kerrigan's deep awareness
came when a former Pompano
Beach lifeguard, Eric Hoyos,
suffered a spinal injury .that
left him paralyzed.
Hoyos has since under-
gone stem cell implants and is
beginning to regain movement
inhis hands and arms.
The sky dive event is also
intended to raise awareness
and support for stem cell
research.
According to Skydive
owner, Lisa Hornsby, div-
ing in tandem with para- and
quadriplegic men and women
is very possible. And the sport


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help with the 'soft' landing,"
Hornsby said.
Besides the uniqueness of
the jump for divers who have
injuries, plenty of local divers
in Pompano Beach are mak-
ing the jump as well.
Says Kerrigan, "When
Eric called me about the
jump, I had the same reaction.
'You've got to be kidding.'
But I called our lifeguards to
join the jump. I needed to see
that nothing holds us back.
For that reason, I need to
jump too."
Kerrigan will be joined by
her husband Kurt and 19-
year-old daughter Brianna.
Victoria Burgess, a
Pompano Beach Fire Fighter,
Hannah Shanrand, a middle
school teacher, Iliana Nenko-
va.and Pompano Beach Life-
guard Lt., Piotrek Zatorski are
making the jump in support of
the group..
Mark Beaudreau, Pompa-
no Beach Aquatics Manager,
says all his lifeguards are


supporting this jump either
with money or by jumping.
"Eric was one of us, and he
will always be one of us," said
Beaudreau. "It took a tragedy
for this awareness to come
to the public eye, and we are
getting so much support from
many groups. Eric was always
active physically. Now his
energy is channeled into this
program. It's unprecedented."
Kerrigan says the Spinal
Cord Injury -group is fund
raising to build and equip a
sports room for victims of
spinal injuries. The room is
planned for swimming, sports
competition and other events.
There will also be a pediatric
facility.
The sky dive, is set for
Oct. 18. The Pompano Beach .
lifeguards and others are
seeking pledges for this dive
to support SCISG, located at
4399 Nob Hill Road, Sunrise,
Fla. Call Michele Kerrigan
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Continued from page 1
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The city immediately
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As a precautionary mea-
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to use bottled water for drink-
ing and cooking. Customers
served by city water were
advised not to consume or
cook with any tap water (even
if boiled). Tap water could be
used for washing and bathing.
In addition, customers
were encouraged to limit their
water usage to essential uses
only and conserve as much
as possible to help main-
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Steve d'Oliveira, public
information officer in Lau-
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planned to post a notice about
the situation on the town's
website and on Channel 78
Wednesday. He said he didn't
get the notification about the
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day when he had already left
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he said. "We have to rely on
residents to watch the news
and read the daily papers."
"It's been hard, but just
like with hurricanes, you
make do with what you have
and go to the old-fashioned
way of doing things," said !
Chris Trapp, manager of the
Village Grille. His staff was
using bottled water for coffee
and serving canned sodas and
canned ice tea, available at
their market next door.
For more information, call
the City of Fort Lauderdale's
24-hour Customer Informa-
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Sightings
Continued from page 9
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N.E, Focal Point Senior Cen-
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2nd St. A .$4 donation is re-
quested. Call 954-480-4447.
Civic Organizations
Pompano Beach High-
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Assoc. meets on the first Tues-
day of each month at 7 p.m. at
the Highlands Park Civic Cen-
ter, 1650 NE 50 Ct., Pompano
Beach. All welcome. 954-933-
6393.
The Rotary Club of Pom-
pano Beach meets at Galup-
pi's Restaurant at the Pompano
Beach Municipal Golf Course
on Friday 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-
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