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JANUARY, 9, 2009 POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH LIGHTHOUSE POINT LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA Vol. XV, Issue 2
Full slate awaits
Three political veterans
want to be mayor
By Judy Wilson
Deerfield Beach voters may expe-
rience a touch of deja vu at the ballot
box March 10. As the deadline for
filing neared, three familiar names had
qualified for the mayor's race: Al Ca-
pellini, Jean Robb and Peggy Noland.
Capellini, the current mayor, is running
for his final, four-year term despite the
fact he has been suspended by Gov.
Charlie Crist after being indicted by
the state attorney's office on corruption
Robb presided over the commis-
sion for 12-years until Capellini de-
feated her in 1989 and Noland served
a 12-year term as the commissioner
from District 1 until she was defeated
in 2005 by Pam Militello.
Capellini said at the time he
was charged that he would stay in
the mayor's race but his candidacy
presents voters with a problem: If he
is elected and still on suspension, a
special election to elect an interim
mayor may be required. According to
City Attorney Andy Maurodis, the city
charter states that if a vacancy occurs
and it is more than nine months until
the next election, the vacancy is to be
filled by special election within 45 to
Continued on page 4
hires town clerk
By Judy Wilson
After two years of trial and error,
it appears Hillsboro Beach has hired a
town clerk. Tuesday, Dana Williams,
5(T, agreed verbally to a contract that
gives her $75,000 a year to manage a
$4 million-plus budget in this city of
2,500 residents. Interim clerk Robert
Lange, the town's finance director,
will revert to his previous salary,
Williams made few demands
in the brief salary negotiations say-
ing none of her requests were "deal
breakers." The job was advertised at
$62,000, but previous hires and tem-
Continued on page 7
Happy Homeboys Demetrius Byrd (#2) of Miami, and Blanche Ely grad Patrick Johnson Peterson (#7) of Pompano Beach were all smiles when their
team LSU defeated Georgia Tech at the recent Chick-Fil-A Bowl in Atlanta. GA. [Photo by N. Johnson]
to call special
By Judy Wilson
Another Hillsboro Beach condo-
minium building is on the brink of
collapse after three weeks of north-
easterly winds. The ongoing erosion
crisis has prompted city commission-
ers to set a special meeting on Jan. 26
to develop an action plan for condo
owners where property is eroding.
Several months ago, huge chunks
of beacfifront at Hillsboro Yacht
Villas fell into the sea. This week, it
was residents of the Outlook at 1167
Hillsboro Mile who said their prop-
erty is in "dire straits." Resident John
Shaw said, "Four years ago I was
here and we were losing a beach. We
were losing a beach two years ago.
You dropped the ball. How can you
expedite the permits?"
The town is working on a beach
nourishment project that is on track
to be permitted in December. "The
Continued on page 3
Sand will return to Pompano
Once the tires get out of the dredge pipes
lines in Pom-
flow of sand
by two tires
caught in the
[Photo by Joe
By Anne Siren
It seemed like a good idea in
the late 70s when Deerfield Beach
launched an artificial reef made up of
40,000 steel-belted tires, bound to-
gether in hopes of attracting the ocean
elements that build reefs and draw fish
There are numerous artificial reefs
in the ocean off Broward's coast that
have succeeded in this enterprise, but
when a hurricane broke up the tires,
all 40,000 of them took off south.
Their presence has been a headache
Pompano Beach, through a dredg-
ing system that collects sand on the
north side of the inlet and pumps it
through a pipe to the south side, has
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The touch screen technology
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iirdifferent ways. "The touch
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made learning more fun."
These improvements have
had many positive results. "It
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light up. They are eager to
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The school, built in 1952,
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I came in the next day, and it
was like they were already a
part of the new classroom.:"
Currently construction is
underway at Norcrest on the
new fully interactive media
center which should' be-done
in about 5 weeks. "After that
the cafeteria will be made into
a cafetorium," Dr. Byrd said.
"It will be a full size cafete-
ria with a backstage wireless
technology based facility."
This facility will be used not
only to feed the students, but
also for shows or ceremonies
that the school might put on.
"If there are schools in
the county that are not on this
level, they are heading toward
this," said Dr. Byrd. "This is
the kind of technology that
they have in mind at the top
and so you know this is the
direction that the schools will
be going in."
Broward County School
Board officials confirm this.
"Whenever we come in for
existing schools they're
always remodeled to meet the
current standards for what-
ever we would do for new
schools," said Tom Getz, di-
rector of capital planning and
programming for Broward
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ated $187 million for capacity
additions, remodeling and
renovation projects. "Every-
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achievements?" Getz said.
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permits have been applied for,
but we cannot get the permits
before turtle season," Com-
missioner Tom Pulosi said.
When residents urged him
to pressure the state to act
faster, Pulosi said such action
could jeopardize the town's
"The shoreline is almost to
our building," Seymore Sper-
ling said. "It's a race against
time. Is there anything we can
do to preserve our building?"
"You need a plan to get
emergency status," Mayor
Carmen McGarry said. "You
could build a temporary wall.
You need to consult with
Wesley Fitch with the EPA"
Sawtelle, who said she
.walked the beach recently,
told the audience. "Pictures
work and are better than all
our words. Send them pic-
One resident, Ty Leach,
-expressed his frustration
saying, "We voted for people
who would take care of us.
Now you are telling us, we've
got to do it. You put the pres-
sure on the people. We've got
pressure. We're fixing to be
in the ocean. I wouldn't just
sit there. I'd make something
Replied McGarry, "You're
unfair. I'm constantly on this
Hillsboro's private beaches
complicate the erosion issue
and limit the use of public
funds to remedy the prob-
Two months ago when the
Hillsboro Yacht Villas proper-
ty washed away, owners there
met with Fitch who agreed
they had an emergency. To
date, however, they have not
come up with a plan to ease
the situation. "I signed the
emergency order weeks ago,"
McGarry said. "It's still here
at town hall."
In addition to their erosion
problem, Overlook resident
Clare Schubert said some of
the PEMs, devices installed
about a year ago to increase
the width of the beaches, had
floated away. Schubert said
calls to the 800 number on the
PEMs brought no response.
Ken Christensen, owner
of EcoShore International,
the company who installs
the PEMs, said no call was
reported to him and when he
checked, the 800 number was
working. "If we had known,
we would have the beach
raker check on it," he said.
Christensen said work had
been done on the PEMs in
front of Overlook as recently
Sand accretion is measured
every three months. In the
first six months, the monitor-
ing showed the sand "way
better" than before Chris-
tensen said. In February, there
will another measure taken.
"Ike (hurricane) gave us a
beating. I am crossing my fin-
gers we get some sand back,"
Christensen said he sym-
pathizes with the Overlook's
problem. "The erosion is
extreme, and it is of little com-
fort to the citizens at Overlook
that the beach 200 feet north is
wider than before, when their
beach is very narrow."
The PEMs are buried in
eight to 10 feet of sand,
although in Hillsboro Beach
there was only enough sand
to bury the devices four feet.
It is possible one or more
floated away although they are
anchored, Christensen said.
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Stephen who said, "You need
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at all times. It seems the only
time the town reacts is for an
emergency. Maybe some of
this could be avoided if we
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from the Hillsboro Inlet
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75 days. Maurodis said he has
not researched the matter any
further. He added that action
by the governor could alter
Robb, whose most recent
public service was chairman
of the Charter Review Com-
mittee in 2006, said she chose
to run again because "it is
time to get Deerfield Beach
out of the spotlight for all the
wrong reasons. I am the most
honest and most experienced
administrator to run for the
Noland, who before
Capellini's legal troubles
surfaced said she would stay
out of this year's election,
affirmed that [the mayor's]
situation changed her mind.
"I don't want to see 12 years
of what I worked for go away.
I am concerned about all
80,000 residents of this city,
and I am qualified. I know
all areas of the city, and I am
willing to serve," she said.
And a new face may join
this race. Risk manager/insur-
ance broker Donald Cleveland
said he is considering the
move and was meeting with
advisors Thursday. "It is a
shock to see two persons on
the city commission indicted.
I am shocked into action," he
While the mayor's race
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being challenged by business-
man Joe Miller, owner of a
pest control company. The
seat held by District 2 Com-
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county commissioner, may be
contested by schoolteacher
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rarely had an erosion issue.
But when two of the maverick
tires from the 1970 artificial reef were
sucked into the Hillsboro Inlet dredg-
ing pipe, the flow of sand ceased. The
flow of sand stopped in early Decem-
ber since then the ocean has begun to
erode the shoreline, causing concern
for some homeowners at the beach.
Jack Holland is chair of the Hills-
boro Inlet Authority. He explains what
"Any erosion at the north end of
Pompano Beach is the normal migra-
tion of sand south from winter north-
east storms. The problem is that we
have not been pumping sand onto the
beach since Nov. 19 when we had a
blockage in our submerged line under
the inlet. The submerged line is made
up of many sections of 12" rubber hose
covered with sand. We tried several
approaches to clearing the line by back
pumping with no success.
"We designed and built a special
probe to send through the submerged
line and determined the blockage was
near the north end of the line. We
started to remove sand over the line
with our dredge when the dredge had
a failure in the lubrication of the main
reduction gear on Dec. 8.
"Working with engineers and tech-
nicians from the gear box manufac-
turer, we realized the gear box would
have to be shipped back to the factory
in New York. We shipped it on Dec.
23. The gear box is expected back by
Jan. 16 with the dredge being opera-
tional towards the end of the month.
To prevent future problems, a special
alarm is being added to the dredge
operator's control room to monitor
lubrication of the gear box.
"Meanwhile, we had a contractor
help remove the sand over the sub-
merged line. We found the blockage in
the third section of hose, two steel-
belted tires from the old tire artificial
reef off of Deerfield Beach. The steel
wires are so tightly impaled into our
rubber hose that the section of hose
will have to replaced. We are prepar-
ing a replacement hose and should
have it installed by Jan. 14. To prevent
any future blockages, we have added
hardware to the input of the dredge cut-
ter head to prevent large objects from
being sucked up with the sand.
We expect to start pumping sand
at the end of January, and we have
enough sand in our sand trap to pump
for about two weeks. This should start
to build the beach back up."
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"I was 13 years old and a bellhop
on the Holland American line in
1939. I remember our ship transport-
ing Jewish refugees. Holland, my
country, was then neutral. In 1940,
the Germans invaded the Netherlands
and bombed Rotterdam including my
ship. I was 14 1/2 when my country
was occupied. I worked in cafes until
1943. Right after I turned 18, I got
caught with illegal papers which I
thought were legal. I was in the Jew-
ish section of the Hague. Everyone in
the street was rounded up and sent to
the railroad station to be interrogated.
Right there, without notice I was taken
from my country and sent to Heves,
Zal, Hungary. There I dug tank traps
which the Nazis hoped would hold the
Russians back as they moved in closer
and closer. I was part of a group of
prisoners from all of the countries the
Germans had conquered.
We lived in a concentration camp,
and we were jammed in 3-stacked
bunks in overcrowded barracks. We
ate stale bread for breakfast and wa-
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Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Volume XV, Issue 2
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Two. That's all. TWO.
To the editor,
Here are the bookstores all two of them serving the 100,000 plus resi-
dents of Pompano Beach, based on a Google search on Friday night, Jan. 2,
2009: Family Christian Bookstore and Calvary Chapel Bookstore
Where's Waldenbooks, you ask? Gone, after January 24, 2009.
Kudos to all Pompano residents who proudly refer to us as a "bedroom
community." To all of you who claim "we don't need retail, we need homeown-
ers!" News flash: without retail, you won't have homeowners. No one wants
to live somewhere with no stores unless you're in a place where limited or no
access to retail means you get to have land and lots of it. Last time I checked,
Pompano isn't known for "lots of land for your money." Like, say, South Da-
Fast forward to Jan. 25, 2009: Need a book? Looking for the latest best-
seller? Sure, you can drive to Borders or Barnes & Noble in Fort Lauderdale.
No reason to spend our dollars here in Pompano when we can help out our sister
But a city of 100,000 plus without a general-interest bookstore? With all
due respect to Family Christian and Calvary, shame on us.
Not surprisingly, now that Waldenbooks is closing roughly half of its stores,
Pompano made the "close" side of that list. How shocking. For a city that
just two years ago could proclaim that "33062" was one of the ten hottest zip
codes in the country, how far we have fallen. Obviously, market forces played
a role. We are just one among the thousands of towns caught up in forces larger
than ourselves. But here's the thing. When you work so hard to make sure
that growth in your city doesn't get out of control, you have to be careful not to
work so hard that growth is an impossibility.
In trying to ensure that you have no weeds in your garden, if you spread the
weed killer too far, the grass goes with it too. Every day, with every store that
closes, every restaurant that pulls up stakes and moves to a neighboring town,
every business person who takes a look at space in Pompano and says, "No,
thanks," we are left with less.
Bye-bye, Polish deli. So long, Mack's Groves. Thanks for trying, untold
restaurants and small startups.
Full disclosure: I am a book fiend. I get nervous when I'm "running out of
book" the way devotees of less savory pastimes get when they are low on their
fix. Books are my fix.
That store is a family for its employees. And it became a sort of extended
family for us too. No matter that it was small. That it often didn't have what
we needed, at least in the way of books. No matter that the air conditioning
didn't work so well and the store was a steam room on many a summer's day. It
I believe it was Robert Frost who wrote, "Home is where, when you go
there, they have to take you in."
So this is my ode to the Waldenbooks on the northeast comer of Atlantic
Boulevard and Federal Highway in Pompano. Thanks for everything. We will
miss you, Waldenbooks.
This pastel by South Carolina artist Greg Barnes is the logo
for Deerfield's 29th annual Festival of the Arts being held at
the beach January 24-25. It is available as a poster, on aprons
and in limited serigraphs. Barnes works in all mediums spe-
cializing in pastels. His portraits, landscapes and life studies
will be exhibited at the Festival along with the work of 75
other artists participating in the juried show. Free shuttle buses
will operate from the Cove Shopping Center. The days feature
food, music and entertainment. On Saturday it will run until 8
p.m. It closes Sunday, 5 p.m.
Recycle at The
Recycle your newspapers at
The Pompano Pelican, 1500 E. Atlantic
Blvd. and support the restoration of the
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porary help were being paid
in the $75,000 range. "Why
would the town clerk be val-
ued at less?" she said.
Qualifications for the
post were advertised as "a
city clerk with administrative
Since the resignation of
long-term clerk David Den-
man just before the 2007 elec-
tion, the town has experienced
a series of people who were
either found unfit for the post,
or who declined to stay on.
Williams comes from here
from Palmdale, Calif. where
she was employed for a brief
time, but most of her work as
been done in Florida. She was
the city clerk in Destin from
2000-06, Prior to that she held
the position in Thomasville,
Ga. for two years. She was
hired in late November to
help out at town hall and last
month was offered the clerk's
The new administrative
setup prompted Commis-
sioner Celinda Sawtelle to ask
"who goes to who for what?"
meaning Williams or Lange.
Mayor Carmen McGarry said
Williams is now the town's
top official and all queries
should go through her. "She's
very qualified. I look forward
to working with her," the
The North Broward Se-
nior Citizens Club will meet
Feb. 6 at 1 p.m. at the Emma
Lou Olson Center, 1801 NE 6
St., Pompano Beach.
Blood pressures will
be taken from 11:45 a.m. to
12:45 p.m. Following the
business meeting, there will
be entertainment and refresh-
ments. All seniors are wel-
come. Call 954-970-1730.
Visit us at
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which I didn't have.
While I was hospitalized,
Vienna was bombed. The
Germans emptied the hospital
to make room for wounded
soldiers. I was thrown out
on crutches. I staggered to
the railroad station where I
hooked up with two Dutch-
men. We began the journey
back to the west along the
railroad tracks, walking
mostly at night. We ate what
we could find in the fields.
A potato. A carrot. After four
weeks we got close to Swit-
zerland. Borders were heavily
guarded. As we approached
Innsbruck, U.S. airplanes
began to drop bombs, forc-
ing the Germans to retreat.
Through a lucky coincidence,
a train was stalled on the
tracks. We were able to merge
in with the passengers who
were French soldiers being
brought to Switzerland for a
prisoner exchange. This was
my Godsend. I was so ill that
the Swiss hospitalized me. I
had tuberculosis and a head
wound. And I suffered from
malnutrition. I was moved to
France and then to a Belgium
"I arrived in Holland on
a bus, under the protection
of the Belgian and Dutch
authorities. I had been missing
for one and one half years, but
to me it was a lifetime.
"My family never knew
where I was or even if I was
alive. When I arrived at my
sister's door, she did not rec-
ognize me because I was so
thin and sick.
"We knew that people were
being killed in death camps
and burned. I saw the abuse
and killings. I can never forget
the brutal treatment of human
beings by human beings."
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Selhower retells his story
as a civic duty to schools,
churches, synagogues and
organizations so that new gen-
erations will hear, first hand,
about the horror of W.W. II
and the Nazi death and forced
He says, "Audiences listen.
They always want to hear
detailed descriptions of my
experience. This is hard for
me because I am emotional,
and I break up."
He has letters of appre-
ciation from the Holocaust
Documentation and Education
Center, the Christian Minis-
tries of the Salvation Army,
Broward Student Awareness
Days and even Prime Minister
Ariel Sharon who thanked
him for his testimony and
words of support.
He has contributed letters,
records and taped testimony
to the Holocaust Museum
planned for Hollywood,
Once the war was over and
Selhower regained his health,
he became a flight purser for
KLM airlines flying to and
from North, Central and South
America for 17 years.
He came to the United
States as an immigrant in
1964 and became a U.S.
citizen. Settling in Fort Lau-
derdale, Selhower owned
Sunrise Travel for 35 years,
retiring in 2007. He has one
daughter who lives in Ger-
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A look back at businesses and shop owners we met in 2008
offering convenience and services to residents and visitors
COLORING BUGS Bugs may be yucky, but these young students are enjoying themselves
coloring pictures of bugs at school Pictured are Ryan Mickow, Finn Barraclough, Delaney DeWitt,
Simone Chrastek and Lucas Pagel.
By Phyllis J. Neuberger
Shoppers find everything in medi-
cal supplies from ice packs to scooters
at Healthcare Products at Mobility
City, 1541 E. Commercial Blvd. in
Massage Envy makes profession-
al, affordable massage easy to enjoy
in Pompano Beach at 1253 S. Federal
Hwy., Pompano Beach.
Dr. S. Laffer. Pompano Beach, is
a DOM or doctor of Oriental Medicine
who treats pain with acupuncture;
medical therapeutics and FDA ap-
proved natural injections. Call 954-
For 28 years, Wings 'n' Things at
150 SW 6 St. in Pompano Beach has
been a favorite neighborhood restau-
rant offering an extensive menu plus
Auto Tech & Body, a 22,000
square foot automotive complex, is
a full service body and repair shop
at 429 N. Dixie Hwy. in Pompano
Beach. Owner, Jay Ghanem, can con-
vert diesel vehicles to run on veggie
oil instead of fuel. He's converted over
15 vehicles that have gone green.
Dr. Pamela Putman offers
cosmetic and general dentistry at her
state of the art Boca offices, 4799 N.
Annie's Hair & Nails, an ocean
side salon at 3408 E. Atlantic Blvd.
in Pompano Beach, staffs nail techni-
cians and cosmetologists for head to
toe beauty care.
S& R Glaziers creates custom,
high impact glass windows and doors
to help hurricane proof homes and
condos. Call 954-616-7121 for free
Cheryl Bucker and Anya Macias
have law offices at 2758 E. Atlantic
Blvd. in Pompano Beach offering
clients a full range of services from
family and divorce law to contract
Carol Bray owns the Blue Jay
Lounge at 301 SW 15 Ave., Pompano
Beach where friends meet and strang-
ers soon become friends.
Chris Rabold gives home own-
ers 62 and older free consultation on
advantages and eligibility for reverse
mortgages. Call 954-567-7375.
Rental community, Grand Court
Village, is a licensed assisted living
facility at 295 S. 4 Ave. in Pompano
Beach where up to 130 residents are
kept happy with activities on and off
Boots Kenney, Adventure Travel,
2451 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano
Carolyn Melton, sales manager, relaxes in one of
the furnished homes that boasts a 19-foot soaring
ceiling. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]
Beach does personal escort tours of
Ireland where she owns a bed and
Christ Lutheran Church Pre-
school at 1955 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
in Oakland Park offers three, time
based programs to accommodate the
young children of working parents.
Window Man of South Florida
sells, installs and repairs impact win-
dows and doors in the tri-county area.
Free estimates. 954-946-1553.
William Meleski, owner of
Greight Spaces, 750 E. Sample road,
Pompano Beach renovates, designs
and builds interior spaces for residen-
tial and restaurant clients.
Hard working Realtors, Cathy
and Jack Prenner took top spot in
sales last year in Northeast Broward.
The husband wife team is affiliated
with Campbell & Rosemrgy Real
Live close to work in a new com-
munity called Atlantic East, in the
heart of Pompano Beach at 726 E.
Atlantic and enjoy quick access to
ocean, marinas, airport, golf, tennis,
shopping, dining and theater.
Single Gourmet, run by Barry
Adelson for over 20 years, brings
singles of all ages together to enjoy
fine dining in the tri-county area. 954-
Century Bank with 11 branches
on the west coast of Florida, opened
its first state of the art facility on this
coast at 990 N. Federal Hwy. in Pom-
pano Beach in May with Jean Marie
McIntyre at the helm. "
Jean Stubbs became the new
president and CEO of Oakland Park
and Wilton Manors Chamber of
Work of Art Gallery and Cus-
tom Framing opened at 3324 E.
Atlantic Blvd. bringing both art and
custom framing east of the bridge to
the oceanside population in Pompano
Frank H. Furman, Inc. Insur-
ance has been serving Pompano
Beach since 1962. What began as a
one story husband and wife team now
employs a staff of 60 and generates
over 100 million dollars in business.
Another Pompano Pioneer busi-
ness, Kraeer Funeral Home and
Cremation Center has served the area
since 1952 from its home base at 200
N. Federal Hwy.
David Bee, owner of Stingers
Cafe at 1201 Ocean Blvd., offers
breakfast to nightcaps and everything
in between to area residents. New
additions include an ice cream store, a
liquor store and a pizza operation.
Pearle Vision at 2240 N. Federal
Hwy. in Pompano Beach is unique
because there's always a doctor in
the house so customers can have
everything from an eye exam to new
Quality Cleaners at 2022 E. Sam-
ple Road, Lighthouse Point is a family
affair offering cleaning, alterations
and complete tailoring services.
Realtor Marty Cohen has been
active in real estate sales since the
1980s when he came to South Florida
from the St. Louis area. Call 954-295-
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can Grille in Citi Centre, is a
hit in the shopping plaza with
everyone including vegetar-
4 Star Services, head-
quartered at 5691 NE 14 Ave.
in Fort Lauderdale solves
plumbing and air conditioning
problems for residential and
Sol Children Theatre
offers classes, coaching and
actual theater experience to
youngsters from three to 18 at
3333 N. Federal Hwy. in Boca
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Golden Spoon Award in 2007.
Owners, well known Chef
Willie Schlager and wife,
Donna, offer old world man-
ners, a reverence for patrons
and fine food.
Dr. Kastra N. Behfar,
podiatrist, surgeon and diabet-
ic foot specialist sees patients
in his offices in Pompano
Beach and Tamarac.
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vides pool safety as well as
security for homes and busi-
nesses. Free estimates. Call
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Owners of Quality Cleaners, Grace
and Eddie D'onofrio are proud of the
quality cleaning they deliver from
their spotless store front at 2022 E.
Sample Rd. Eddie is shown reaching
for a customer's garments. Grace
shows off their sewing machine and
alteration area where a seamstress does
simple and complicated alterations
salon for men and women, is
owned by Nina Dubrock. Lo-
cated at 5056 N. Dixie Hwy.,
Fort Lauderdale, it's a 20 year
Beach Bunny Boutique,
1201 S. Ocean, offers swim
wear, sportswear, hats and flip
flops for fun and sun lovers.
Just across from the ocean and
Beachcombers in Pompano
J. Mark's, an excit-
ing new restaurant and Bar,
owned by Steve Mark Wilson,
opened at 1490 NE 23 St. in
Pompano Beach and caught
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Mary Buchanan, MSW and supervising administrator, Suzi Mautner, director
of client relations and marketing and newest team member, Loma Bushay, ad-
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Garden of Love owner,
Dolores Hamilton, celebrates
34 years at 257 Commercial
Blvd. in Lauderdale-By-The-
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Two mechanics, Sadat
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bought out Capitol Auto Re-
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Frank's Ristorante has
been successfully cooking
up Southern Italian, Sicilian
style dishes for over 35 years
at 3428 E. Atlantic Blvd. in
Pompano Beach and the sec-
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2195 N. Andrews Ave., Pom-
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and white fly for residential
and commercial properties in
the tri-county area.
The Campanella Group,
Wachovia mortgage brokers,
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salon at 1436 E. Atlantic
Blvd., Pompano Beach.
Donna's Glass Creations
has 41 decorative glass choic-
es for cabinets, table tops
and more in its showroom at
111 SW 5 streetin Pompano
Forest Lawn Funeral
Homes and Cemetery, 200
W. Copans Road in Pom-
pano Beach offers a unique
service to make end of life
wishes available to survivors
whether or not pre plans are
purchased. Sales Manager,
Sanacore suggests filing one's
final wishes so survivors can
fulfill them without making
decisions at an emotional time
of stress and loss.
TLC Contracting, 2521
NW 16 lane, Pompano Beach,
promises a headache free
remodel of home interiors and
exteriors. Company president,
Nancy Nieto handles all of the
details from design, permit-
ting, scheduling of skilled and
licensed tradesmen to project
Atlantic Doggery Bou-
tique & Grooming, 2724 E.
Atlantic Blvd. in Pompano
Beach is a one stop shop for
pets including grooming,
foods, clothing, accessories
and toys. Cage free day care.
Bringing The Secret Garden to life are Thomas Proat, Sara Grant and Josh
Lerner. Sol Children Theatre Troupe is located Boca Raton.
Hearing Center of
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the hearing impaired for 30 Lain Heise, licensed hear-
years from its main office ing instrument specialist, do
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The first 2009 tour to the
historic 102-year-old Light-
house will be on Saturday,
Jan. 24, starting at 8:45 a.m.
Tourists will embark the
shuttle boats at the Sands
Harbor Hotel, 125 North
Riverside Drive. Shuttles will
continue every 50 minutes
thereafter. Visitors may reg-
ister at the dock for the tour.
Cost is $15 for non members
of the Hillsboro Preservation
Society. Members are free.
The last shuttle boat with
passengers to the lighthouse
will leave Sands Harbor
Hotel's north dock about 2:45
p.m. The United States Coast
Guard closes its station where
the last tourists will disembark
about 4:30 p.m. All tourists
remaining at the Lighthouse
Station will be taken back by
boat at that time.
For additional information
on the history of the light-
house station, the Inlet, the
Barefoot Mailman, ships that
were wrecked or sunk in the
area, and to view the many
photographs and drawings,
see HLPS Website, www.
HLPS Gift Shop will Be open
at the Station with lighthouse
merchandise for sale. Cash or
checks will be honored, but
no credit cards.
Where to park
Tourists should park their
cars at the Pompano Beach
City Parking Lot on North
Riverside Drive, 1-1/2 blocks
north of Atlantic Boulevard.
Parking is $1 per hour It
is suggested that all tourists
should allow 3 hours for the
boat rides and time at the
All visitors may bring lunch
baskets and lawn blankets.
Community Blood Cen-
ters of South Florida, Inc. will
be at the American Legion,
No. 142, 171 SW 2 St.. Pom-
pano Beach on Jan. 17 from
11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m..
All residents who can
contribute are urged to give
blood as many supplies in
South Florida are running low.
All donors will receive free
hot dogs or hamburgers.
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Pompano Women give their Republican roundup
all to help kids in need
A few of the ladies that make life a bit more bearable for the disadvantaged kids
of South Florida& From left to right: Louise Proffer, Ann Powell Andra Ferguson,
Patty Whitlock. Sitting: Natalie Petillo, Kelle Enriquez.
By Malcolm McClintock
it is with great sadness
that Patricia Whitlock re-
courits'the day-she.irst met a
woman named Althea.
They had bumped into
each other at a local store and,
after a short conversation,
Whitlock realized that she
needed to help this woman.
Whitlock learned that
Althea, a mother of a twin
boy and girl, had recently
been diagnosed with stage-
four breast cancer. To make
matters worse, her husband of
23 years and his family had
deserted her upon hearing the
news of her illness. She was
now left to fend for herself
and her kids without any out-
Then, she lost her job at
Macy's as the chemotherapy
and radiation treatment had
left her unable to work. With
no car, she was forced to take
the bus to get her medical
treatments. Her kids were
becoming increasingly de-
pressed and despondent.
Her 14-year-old daugh-
ter wants to be an attorney,
and her son wants to study
engineering. But at this point
in time, the family cannot
even turn on their A/C as it is
too expensive. After review-
ing their case, the Children's
Aid Club decided that they
could help. They have taken
over payments for rent and
FPL, have provided food for
Thanksgiving and Christmas
and have delivered clothes
and gifts to the kids.
After her regular church
service, Whitlock was having
a private conversation with
her priest. She was telling
him about an organization she
belongs to that helps children
and their families in times
of need. A 14-year-old boy
tapped her on the shoulder
and said, "I am sorry ma'am. I
just overheard what you said.
Do you think you could help
After inquiring about his
concerns, it was discovered
that the boy's single mother
had just had her work hours
severely reduced and had
recently been battling breast
cancer as well. The child was
worried that his mom would
not be able to make ends
The Children's Aid Club
contacted the mother and of-
fered to help.
"We typically pay bills
such as rent, car insurance,
electric or automobile re-
pairs," says Andra Ferguson,
the club's welfare chairwom-
an. "We will help families
who have recently been vic-
tims of lay-offs or accidents
[Top] Mom Blanche Roddick and
Children's Aid Club member Kelle
Enriquez at the Andy Roddick Charity
event held Dec.6, 2008.
Former #1 tennis player in the world
[Right] Andy Roddick at his 8th an-
nual charity event in Boca Raton. His
foundation focuses on raising money
for programs designed to combat child-
hood diseases, childhood illiteracy,
and truancy. [Photos by Malcolm
until they are back on their
feet. We also assist kids and
their parents who have simply
fallen through the cracks."
Established in 1955, the
Children's Aid Club was the
creation of local women "who
recognized a need in the com-
munity to assist children and
their families suffering from
medical, financial and social
The main purpose of this
club's philosophy is to "help
the countless number of chil-
dren in South Florida whose
needs are not met by exist-
ing social service programs.
Often these children and their
families are living in the most
horrible conditions. Many
have physical and/or mental
disabilities, little food to eat
and few clothes to wear."
The Children's Aid Club
restricts its membership to 35
women and a handful of inac-
tive members who volunteer
Continued on page 14
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12 The Pelican Friday, January 9, 2009
Hole in One!
POMPANO BEACH MEN'S GOLF ASS'N. (PBMGA)
Tournament Weds., Jan. 7, 2009
One Best Ball of Foursome. Net Scores
1 st Art Beiler, Tony Cusanelli, Henry Lesburt, Jim King......................48
2nd Kevin Sparks, Dick Wolfe, John Pirog, Gerry Gearity..................50
3rd Bill Hayes, Tom McCarthy, Roe Messner,Bob Jacobs..............51
Closest to the Pin. llth Hole . . . Dick Steffen
Hole In One, 3rd Hole. . . . . . . .... Tony Cusanelli
Doug Gabriel Show performs
at Pompano Beach High School
Tickets for the Doug Gabriel Show are on sale at 800-954-8554.
The show includes Gabriel, a 7-time "Male vocalist of the Year"
winner. He will perform on guitar, piano and voice.
Tickets are $25 and will be available at the door. The high school
is located at 600 NE 13 Ave., Pompano Beach.
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Pompano Beach Green Market ready for
all shoppers this Saturday morning
By Dan Hobby
;PoMPANo BEACH HISTORICAL
This Saturday will be
another edition of the Pom-
pano Beach Green Market.
Isn't it nice that there are
some things you can count
And at the Green Mar-
ket, you can count on our
vendors having the fresh-
est local produce available.
Whether you are looking for
tomatoes or turnips, cucum-
bers or carambola, the Green
Market is the place to be.
What is a carambola, you
ask? Well, you may know it
as a star fruit an oblong,
ribbed, yellowish fruit that
originated in Indonesia and
India. When it is cut into
cross sections, each section
resembles a five-pointed
star. I think it tastes like a
cross between a pineapple
and a pear. They're good for
snacking, as an ingredient in
a fruit salad, Or even baked
in a pie.
Yes, you'll find them
at the Green Market, along
with pomegranates and
And shrimp and snapper,
from our own Capt. Norm.
And tea and tortillas at
Teaphoria (I'm just kidding
about the tortillas).
And live entertainment.
This week we have the Ray
Batista Jazz Band. Mellow
sounds and light jazz per-
fect for a Saturday morning.
Looking ahead, next
week we begin our monthly
antique and classic car
shows. Mark the third Sat-
urday of the month on your
calendar so you don't miss
theses beautifully kept and
Plus, we'll soon be an-
nouncing the date for our
annual Dog Day at the
Green Market. It's that day
of all days when the pooches
and hounds get to show off
for the public.
Just goes to show that
there's more than one reason
to come out to the Green
market on Saturday morn-
ing. We're open from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. in Pompano
Beach's historic downtown.
The market is located
one block north of Atlan-
tic Boulevard at the corner
of Atlantic Boulevard and
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Line-up at Mitchell Moore Park
901 N. W. 10th Street
Monday, January 19, 2009, 11:00 a.m.
Blanche Ely High School
1201 NW 6th Ave.
Friday, January 9, 2009
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Little Italian Pizza, a new source for top-
notch pasta and pizza in Pompano Beach
By Malcolm McClintock
Little Italian Pizza
448 S. Cypress Rd.
If you suddenly get an
urge for some flavorful pastas
or a crispy pizza, then Little
Italian Pizza is a great option.
Only four months in busi-
ness, this little eatery offers a
substantial selection of Italian
Owner Bob Misiti proudly
states that they make ev-
erything from scratch. "We
make fresh dough and sauce
every day. We grind our own
sausage using the finest cuts
of meat and never use fillers.
The veggies are sliced fresh."
Originally from New
York, Bob had worked in an
Italian restaurant during his
college days. Tired of the cold
weather, he moved to Florida
where he was in law enforce-
ment for 28 years, finishing as
assistant police chief for the
Sunrise Police Department.
"After a couple years of re-
tirement, I decided to get back
into the restaurant business
because I love to cook and
love talking to customers."
Judging by the satisfied
look on the customers' faces,
this is one pizzeria that is
likely to be around for quite a
while. "Every week
I come in to pick up
a frozen lasagna, and
sometimes I get a
pizza as well" says
diehard fan Frank
"The meatball ziti
is really good. They
Chicken Parmigiana over al dente Ziti, smothered in ricotta tomato sauce and
melted mozzarella. A huge portion that is sure to please. [Photos by Malcolm
Regular customer Frank Allen enjoys a quick slice of pizza while waiting to pick
up a frozen lasagna that will be served for dinner at his home.
beat the competi-
tion by a mile" says
another diner, Butch
enjoyed a mam-
moth serving of their
over al dente Ziti. Smothered
in a rich ricotta infused to-
mato sauce and covered with
a layer of melted mozzarella
cheese, the tender breaded
chicken and perfectly cooked
Continued on page 18
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(1/2 mile west of US 1 on south side of road)
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Continued from page 11
when the need arises. The rea-
son for capping the number of
active participants is because
"100 percent of the money
we raise goes directly to poor
families in need. Thanks
to our limited size, we can
ensure that there are no ad-
ministrative overhead costs."
says Louise Proffer, owner of
Chuck's Steakhouse and this
year's club president.
The club's biggest fund-
raiser is their annual Taste
'n' Tell Brunch, where ap-
proximately 200 guests are
invited to a meal at a private
The members coordinate
the recipes, donate the food,
cook it, serve it and clean up
after brunch. In keeping with
the no-overhead-costs goal,
they not only do all the work,
but they also secure under-
writers for basic costs such as
tent rentals or printing.
The concept is as follows:
the guests "taste" a dozen dif-
ferent dishes and then "tell"
others bow to make it thanks
to recipe cards that are provid-
ed. During the event, a silent
auction and many raffles are
held to raise funds. The Taste
'n' Tell brunch "produces tens
of thousands of dollars that
the Children's Aid Club then
puts back into the heart of the
Besides direct assistance to
disadvantaged families, mem-
bers also help numerous other
For example, they give
backpacks and school supplies
to SOS Children's Village.
The club offers scholar-
ships for clients at Horses
for the Handicapped. They
support a Wellness program at
PACE Center for girls. They
provide emergency clothing to
children at Bennett Elemen-
They also help with read-
ing and grade improvement
programs at Broadview El-
ementary and Pompano Beach
Of great significance is
the club's relationship with
the Children's Diagnostic
and Treatment Center. Over
the years, the Children's Aid
Club has sponsored its over-
the-counter drug and supply
closet, helped restock an emp-
ty pantry of basic supplies,
sent children from CDTC
to summer camp, provided
holiday gift cards for kids
and purchased a special drug
refrigerator and monitor. In
addition, they also sponsored
the construction of offices and
cubicles for the director of
pediatrics and several doctors.
The club also helps with
the medical library and keeps
it supplied with updated jour-
nals. Every year, the members
pay for and put together more
than 200 layettes for newborn
Recently, the Children's
Aid Club volunteered to run
the silent auction at former
No. 1 tennis player in the
world Andy Roddick's charity
weekend event in Boca Raton.
Many other players were on
hand as well, such as Ve-
nus Williams and the Bryan
Brothers. Thanks in part to
everyone's efforts, over $1.1
million dollars were raised to
help those in need.
"We have a very special
organization that does great
work in the community" says
Kelle Enriquez, one of the
Donations can be made
through corporate sponsorship
of events and underwriting of
Gifts of goods and services
or cash donations can be made
For more information
on how to contribute to
this cause, please visit their
website at www.ChildrensAid
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TRADITIONAL COMMUNION SERVICE
210 N.E. 3RD STREET POMPANO BEACH
Your neighborhood church
is just 7 minutes away.
Whether you are a seasoned Christian or a curious observer with
little religious background, we invire'you. Hear God speak directly
to you through His word, offering messages of grace and guidance.
JOIN US AT 10AM ON SUNDAY
POMPANO LUTHERAN CHURCH
109 SE 10th Ave., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
AT TEMPLE SHOLOM
A Conservative Congregation
Invites you to visit and to join
Daily Minyan at 8:45 a.m.
Friday Evening Services at 8:00 p.m.
Shabbat morning Services at 9:30 a.m.
132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach
I ST. COLEMAN
Roman Catholic Church
1200 S. Federal Hwy.
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am 9:00 am 11:00 am
12:30 pm 6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
261 SE 13th Avenue, Pompano Beach
Atman bc B.
Food Addicts Anonymous
Science of Spirituality
2nd and 4th Tuesday, 7:00pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
of Fort \ Lauderdale
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services & RE classes Sunday at I 1:00am
3970 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 484-6734 www.uuflorida.org_
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Contemporary Worship 9:30 am
Children's /Preschool Sunday School 9:30 am
Traditional Service 11:00 am
K.I.D.S Church 11:00 am
Middle & High School Student Bible Fellowship 11:00 am
Adult Bible Fellowship 9:30 & 11:00 am
138 NE First Street Pompano Beach, FL 33060-6690
Phone: 954-745-6100 www.fbcpompano.org
First Presbyterian Church
"The Pink Church" Serving God and the community for over 50 years
^ 2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
One Block Northeast of Copans Road and US-1
Sunday Worship 8:00 a.m. (Informal),
9:30 a.m. (New Life), 11:00 a.m. (Traditional)
-. Listen to sermons and music online at www.pinkpres.org
"I was a stranger and you took me in..."
Eucharist 8:00 am & 10:30 am
to St. H s Children's Programs 10:30 am
Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm e B ie Stu a
Sat.10-1pm R*Sun.12-1panm Followed By Bible Study
S1111 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-942-5887
465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
Rev. Donna Hall
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 8 a.m.
+ ST. ELIZABETH
Sat. Evening Vigil: 4:30 pm 6:00 pm (Spanish)
Sun. Mass Schedule: 7:30 am 9:00 am
10:30 am* 12 Noon
Weekdays: 8-00 am 5:30 pm
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
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Work it off at the beach
Forever Fit Beach Boot Camp led by Lorna Baxter begins
Jan. 19 from 6 to 7 a.m. at the beach, just north of the lifeguard
station in Pompano Beach.
Lorna Baxter, AFAA certified fitness will lead the group.
Cost is $20 per class and includes aerobic, cardio and other
Clients should arrive at the beach at least 10 minutes prior
to the workout. Comfortable clothing and sneakers are required
for the workout session. Towels and water are highly sug-
All other equipment will be provided, including medicine
balls, jump ropes, cones and hurdles.
Pre-registration is ongoing at the Emma Lou Olson Center,
1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach. Call 954-482-9658.
Brain Trust author to speak at
Classic Residence Hyatt
Neurosurgeon and author Larry McCleary will speak at
Classic Residency Hyatt Jan. 13 at 2 p.m. In discussing his
book, Dr. McCleary will include ways to enhance attention,
boost mental energy and alleviate migraine and menopausal
symptoms. Classic Residence is located at 1371 S. Ocean
Blvd., Pompano Beach. Call 954-943-1155.
Cresthaven residents form
new "Block" group
2009 will be open to new ideas at the next Cresthaven
Neighborhood Watch meeting, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. at St. Elizabeth
Social Hall, 901 NE 33 St.
Cresthaven residents are encouraged to participate in this
meeting to make plans for the upcoming year. Elected officials
and others will be on hand to answer questions. Refreshments
will be served. New members are welcome. Call 954-786-7536.
Free genealogy workshop at
East Atlantic Library
The Fontenada Chapter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution will host a free genealogy workshop at the Pom-
pano Beach Library, 1213 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach.
Jan. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Persons attending the work-
shop should bring any information concerning their ancestors,
including birth, marriage and death certificates; family Bible re-
cords, land probate or estate records, census records or obituar-
ies. For reservations, call 954-941-3226.
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary to
host boating safety classes
The Lighthouse Point U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla
3-7 will host a one-day workshop About Boating Safety, or
ABS, on Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Dixon Alh Civic Center, 2200
NE 38 St., Lighthouse Point. New and experienced boaters are
The course satisfies the requirements for the Florida Boater
Education Identification cards which is now required for all
boaters under the age of 22. The $40 fee includes all materials
required for the course. For more information about the course,
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HOME HEALTH AIDES/CNA'S
-Needed 'For Private Duty
Agency In Lighthouse Point.
And Thursdays. Call 954-783-
1998 DFWP 01/16
PEST CONTROL CO. -
Seeking Experienced Pest
Control Sales and Service
Technicians. Also Office
Personnel. Call 954-570-
TOUR COMPANY NEEDS
Part-Time Driver. Prefer
Retired Or Semi Retired
Person. Will Train Right
Person. 954-784-4064 Leave
TELEPHONE SALES!! Great
Part-Time Job! Eves &
Sat Mornings. Immediate
Openings. $10-$14 Per
Hr + Bonus. Renewing
Accounts-No Cold Calling!!
Experienced Reps Only. Call
Christi 754-235-9556. 1/30
Time. 1 To 2 Days Per Week.
Retired Preferred. Pompano
Beach 954-946-1307 1/9
Needed To Clean Church.
References Required. Call 954-
SINGER NEEDED FOR Sunday
Service! Racially Mixed Church
In Pompano Beach. 954-943-
3715 Or 954-592-4959 C
& Building Maintenance/
Improvements. No Job Too
Small. Fast Friendly Service,
Reasonable Rates. Local
Today For Your Free Upfront
Quote. No Deposit Required.
954-977-9887 Lic/Ins 01/23
GRANITE COUNTER TOPS
- From $33 Per Sq Ft. We'Are
The Winner Of 2 Craftmanship
Awards In Florida. 954-792-
HOME & CONDO
CLEANING Free Quotes,
Great References. Honest
& Reliable. Owned &
Operated For Over 20 Yrs.
Contact Cheryl 954-480-
DRIVER COMPANION -$12 Per
Hour. Afternoons Only. 45 Year
Resident. 954-781-1162 Leave
EXCESS JUNK!!! Call Bill
Anderson Trash Removal
and Hauling, Residential/
Appliances, Furniture, Etc.
Reliable and Reasonable.
Ref. and Lic. Provided. 954-
Driveway Seal Coating,
& Insured. Call Chris 561-
Pt. Owner On Every Job.
- EST 20 Yrs. English
Supplies. Hand Scrubbed
Floors. Detailed. January
Special 3 Hrs $55.4 Hrs $65.
Service Guaranteed. www.
SEEKING JOB As Home
Health Aide. Honest, Caring,
Reliable, Exp. Dr. Appts.,
Shopping, Hair Appt.,
Errands. Live Out But Will
Do Overnites On Mon.,
Tues., & Thurs. Rose 954-
SELL YOUR BUSINESS!!
Call Russell Cohen 954-
Brokers Lic R.E. Broker
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
Smallest, Lightest, Most
Sensitive Ice Detectors In The
World. Manufactured Locally.
SOUGHT NOW. Sales,
Corn 954-568-1991 C
HOUSE In Excellent Condition.
$139,900. Possible Owner
Financing. Realty 3000. 561-
- 2/2 With Garage, Family
Room. No Land Lease. Free
Golf, Etc. Was $116,900
- Now $109,900. 954-784-
Last! Immaculate, Large
Furnished Home In golfing
community! 55+. Largest
Lot. No Land Lease. 2/2
with Large Family Room.
Garage. Two Clubouses-
heated pools. Community
bus. $109,900 Bird Realty
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
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2
Condos By Owner. 1/1.5
$229,900 2/2 $309,900.
On ICW, Boat Dock. Newly
Renovated In/Out. Rented
Yrly. 732-581-4735. 01/30
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Century Village Deerfield
Renovated 2/2 Condo.
Asking $105,000. All Offers
Considered. Arnold 954-
LAUD BYTHE SEA- Best Buy!
Remodeled 2 Bedroom. Walk
To Beach, Shops, Restaurants.
Very Quiet. 55+. Beautiful
Complex. $214,900. Owner
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4PM.3175
NE 48 Ct. # 104 Lighthouse
Point. Beautiful Updated 2/2,
Dock, Pool,Washer/Dryer In
Unit. Call Faye Balistreri
R.E. 954-303-9249. 1/9
1/1.5. Large Living Rm.,
Bedrm. New Kitchen/S.S.
Appliances. Stack Washer/
Dryer. All Assestments
Paid. Covered Parking.
Boat Dockage. NFB. 55+.
POMPANO BEACH -
Beach Condo Remodeled.
Spacious 1/1.5 In Parliament
House Across From Private
Beach With Intracoastal
with all the up and coming
Trendy Shoppes and new
Pompano Pier. $239,900.
Florida Sun Belt Realty, Inc.
- 2/2 Spacious 2nd Fir
Corner Unit. Screened
Porch, Hurricane Shutters.
Garden/Pool View. $78,500.
Sofia 561-809-8704. www.
POMPANO BEAUTIFUL 2/2
Updated Condo 1st Floor
In Cypress Club. Reduced
To $149,000. Small Pets
Welcome. Call Pat Hooper
Florida 1st Realty. 1/9
POMPANO BEACH -
Cypress Bend 2/2 Condo
For Sale. Unfurn. Separate
Laundry Rm. Eat-in Kitchen,
New Carpet, Enclosed
Patio. Small Pets O.K. Call
Francine Citarella, Eastside
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:
BEDROOM 1 BATH Updated
Apt On 14th Street By The
Beach. $159,900. Call 954-941 -
2600 Ask for George 12/26 C
Local Seamless Gutter Company
Make $100K a year.
Turn key operation.
Truck, equipment and
$38,000. Call 954-868-5560
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2/2
Ground Floor Apt. 55+.Walk
To Library & Publix.$75,000.
Call 954-822-4543. 01/30
- 2/2 Furn/Unfurn Home. Large
Screened Porch. Very Nice.
$1,000/ Month. Also available
for seasonal; 2/1 Unfurnished.
New Bath, Kitchen. $800/Month.
Realty 3000. 561-866-3839.
POMPANO BEACH 2/1
HOME. Large Fenced Yard,
Pets OK. Central A/C, W/
D, Carport. Lease/Option.
$1175 Mo. Possible Owner
POMPANO FT LAUD LINE
1/1.5 Fully Furnished. Available
Immediately. Season $1250 Mo
Or Yrly Lease $850+ Electric.
Close to all Amenities. 954-401 -
POMPANO BEACH 2
BEDROOM 1 BATH. Small
Office. Pool, Washer, Dryer,
Tennis, Pets Welcome. $850
Month 954-937-3872 01/16
FT LAUDERDALE Imperial
Point Colonnades. 1/1.5
2nd Floor Renovated Apt.
$900 Month. Low Move In.
No Pets. 1 Parking Space.
POMPANO ISLAND CLUB
- 2/2 Overlooking Canal.
Furnished Or Unfurnished.
$1200. Emerald Tower.
1900 sq ft 2 or 3 Bedroom, 2
Bath, Washer/Dryer In Unit,
Corner/View Of Ocean From
Wrap Around Balcony/All
Amenities. Asking $1800
Offers Considered. Call
Joanne Smith, Balisteri
NE FT LAUDERDALE
(Imperial Pt Area) Large
Luxury 2/2 1st Fir. Pool,
Clubhouse, Free Cable.
$950 Month. 954-491-6539.
FT LAUDERDALE -Imperial
Pt. Colonnades 2/2 Condo
For Rent. Unfurn. Corner
Unit. 2nd Fir. No Pets.
Stainless Steel Appliances.
Call Francine Citarella East
POMPANO BEACH 2
BR/2BA Upgraded Unfurn
Lake Santa Barbara & ICW
Views. Many Amenities,
Pool, Fitness Room,
Laundry, Dockage. $1295
Per Mo Yrly. 757-718-0393.
APTS FOR RENT
POMPANO BY THE BEACH
- Large, Clean 2/2 Duplexes
with yard, Efficiencies and
1 Bedroom apts. Avail.,
Furnished & Unfurnished.
Some With Utilities Included.
Pool, Laundry. $795 & Up
Yearly 954-608-7368 01/09
POMPANO COZY 1/1 Apt.
Laundry Facility & Pool. 1 Block
W Of Federal Hwy. Yrly Rental
$675 Month. 954-783-3723.
POMPANO BEACH 1/1 Apt.
500' From Beach. 3205 NE 9
Street. $750 Month!! $1250
MovesYou In. 954-803-3087.
FOR RENT: 1/1 APT. CentralAir,
Clean, Updated. Just 2 Blocks
West of Federal Highway. North
of Atlantic Blvd. Pompano. First
Month + Security Deposit. $750
Month 954-931-6698 01/09
COURTESY With this coupon
WE CAR RENTAL 10% OFF
Aapex-Courtesy Car Rental and Sales, Inc.
3300 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
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POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Block To Beach. Very Private.
Front Porch/Yard. $850 Month
Yrly. 239-898-4799. 01/23
POMPANO LARGE 1 Bedrm
+ Den + 2 Full Baths.
Remodeled. 1/2 Block To
Beach. No Pets. Available
$875 Mo. 954-326-0405.
POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Furnished Apt. Off A1 A Season
OrYrly. Also 2/1 Just Renoyated.
Yrly. Off Federal. No Pets. 954-
Apt. W/D. Pool. Yrly rental. More
Info 954-801-4717 C 1/09
POMPANO BEACH Large
EfficiencyWith Kitchen Available.
LaundryAnd Pool On Premises.
No Pets. 954-294-8483 or 248-
POMPANO BEACH Large
Efficiency With Kitchen Available.
Also 1/1 Apt 500' To Ocean.
LaundryAnd Pool On Premises.
No Pets. 954-294-8483 or 248-
NE POMPANO 1BIk off
Federal. Efficiency with
Kitchenette, All Private. Incl.
All Utilities, Just Painted
and Furnished. $625/mo.
R E C ES S IO N
CONCESSION!! 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-
OAKLAND PARK Free
Standing Bldg 1000 sq ft.
3553 N Dixie Hwy. Includes
Rear Yard. Overhead Front/
Rear Door. $1100 Month.
COMMERCIAL Property. 530
E Sample Rd. POMPANO
BEACH. Approx. 900 Sq Ft.
$950 Month Yrly. Lease. 954-
OAKLAND PARK 1000 SQ FT
Store For Rent. 3493 N Dixie
Hwy. Rear Overhead Door.
Off Street Parking. Water
Included. $1100 Month. 954-
POMPANO BEACH 425 Sq
Ft Office/Bay With Bath
On Dixie Hwy. $450 Month.
Outdoor storage, truck/trailers/
boats. Call 954-520-1777.
DOCK FOR RENT
DEEP WATER 15 MINUTES
To Hillsboro Inlet. Up To 63'.
Electric UpTo 50 Amps & Water.
LET US HELP YOU MAKE
Sale Ads!!!! Just Give Us a Call
& We'll Do The Rest!! 954-545-
0013 Ask For Fran
Accumulations. House Calls
Made. Call John At 954-467-
andAntigue buggy. $500 each or
obo. CallJennifer 954-547-4460
or email olivemike81@yahoo.
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MATTRESSES TWIN $90.
FULL $110. QUEEN $130.
KING $180. FRAMES $30.00.
Bunk Beds $179. Futons &
Roll-A-Ways Available. CAN
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- Military Watches, Aviator
Watches. Any Age, Any Kind,
Any Condition. Call Dirk 954-
ROOMS FULL OF New
Furniture. 1/2 Of Wholesale.
Pompano Beach. 954-781-
NICE OLD THINGS WANTED
TO BUY!! Watches, Fountain
Pens, Jewelry, Saxophones,
WWII Memorabilia, Sterling
Silverware, Gold & Silver Coins,
Broken Gold. Dirk 954-709-
SAILBOAT Erickson '27 ft.
Mercury Outboard. Owner
got bigger boat. Pompano
Beach. $3,500. Call 954-782-
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pasta were truly memorable.
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slice from a cheese pizza that
was emerging from the oven.
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and have a lunchtime special
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lasagna dishes for lunch or
dinner and come with outra-
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garlic rolls. Most patrons opt
for the meatball or sausage
variety of these pasta plates.
With regards to the pizzas,
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pings are available.
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beef au jus, chicken, meat-
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Owner Bob Misiti pulls out a hot and bubbly cheese pizza from the oven.
With pizza pies starting
at $8.95 for a 12" and din-
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$6.95, Little Italian Pizza is
a convenient way to satisfy a
hungry appetite. They accept
Visa and MC, are wheelchair
accessible, have a large screen
TV and are open every week-
day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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art of Sushi
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else you need to
know about keeping
a Kosher Kitchen
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
The Jewish Center at
Temple Sholom presents
Kosher Gourmet Cooking
Classes beginning Monday,
January 26, at 6 p.m. Class-
es will meet monthly and
will be taught by leading
The first class will be the
Art of Sushi conducted by
Sushi Chef and Restaurateur
Raymond Ho. Students will
learn how to make hand
rolls, rice rolls and will
learn about Kosher products
Classes are $18 each
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week prior to each class.
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ish Center at Temple Sho-
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Encouraging Words During the holidays while many college students caught up on sleep and home cooked meals,
former Blanche Ely High School student athletes Walter McFadden of Auburn University and Carlton Justin Jackson of
Morgan State University gave back to their community. The two football players spoke at the Florida Ocean Sciences
Institute where they encouraged teens to rise above their circumstances and become positive role models and positive
peer leaders. Jackson and McFadden are pictured here with their former BEHS teacher. Novice Johnson, who went to
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performed by Symphonic band
Hello Dolly! and more will all be part of the Jan. 14 perfor-
mance of the American Legion Symphonic Band show at 7:30
p.m. at the Herb Skolnick Civic Center, 800 SW 36 Ave., Pom-
pano Beach. Movie themes, marches and classical pop tunes will
be featured. Tickets are $5. Call 954-786-4590.
Sweethearts on parade fashion show
St. Gabriel Council of Catholic Women will host a fashion show
and luncheon, Feb. 2 at the Palm Aire Country Club at 11:30 a.m.
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