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LBTS meeting

over pier road

disintegrates

into "name

calling" and

BSO removals
By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
After five months of trying, the
owners of the pier in Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea finally got what they wanted
- a way out of their parking lot.
Town commissioners agreed to
open an access road between the pier
parking lot at the eastern end of Com-
mercial Boulevard and the Oriana by
the Sea condo to the south.
The vote was 4 to 1 with Vice
Mayor Jerry Mclntee the lone dis-
senter.
By the end of the 4-1/2 hour meet-
ing Jan. 22, tempers flared, the police
chief had to separate the pier owners
from the vice mayor and his wife and
escort the pier owners from Jarvis Hall.
Commissioners had previously
postponed a decision to open the road
in order to hear from the police.
But Mclntee insisted opening the
road, referred to as an alley, was a safe-
ty issue. He said the road was "a major
entrance way to the beach for families
and kids, especially on weekends."

Continued on page 12

Car thieves put

gun to Pompano

Beach High

School custodian

before taking off

with van
An SUV stolen at gunpoint from a
Pompano Beach man last Thursday has
been recovered, but the suspects are
still at large. Broward'Sheriff's detec-
tives are releasing surveillance video
from the crime in hopes that someone
knows these two dangerous criminals.
As he arrived at Pompano Beach
High School just after 6 a.m. on Jan.
22, Tayondric Allen, 29, a custodian at
the school, was confronted by two men

Continued on page 20


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By John Bernardo


PELICAN WRITER
Plenty of people have watched
World War II films where U.S. mili-
tary pilots flew combat planes and
executed missions to destroy enemy
targets. Some pilots made it home
while others did not.
On Feb. 4 through Feb. 6, some
of those American vets who flew war
aircraft during WWII will be on hand
at the Collings Foundation-sponsored
Wings of Freedom event.
The twentieth, annual, 3-day
Wings of Freedom event kicks off at
the Pompano Airpark, 1401 NE 10
St., Pompano Beach at 2 p.m.
Three restored WWII aircraft, the
Boeing B-17, Flying Fortress, the
Consolidated B-24, Liberator, and
one fighter plane, the North American
P-51 Mustang, will be displayed.
The Collings Foundation B-17
was named Nine-O-Nine in honor of
a 91st Bomb Group, 323rd Squadron
plane of the same name which fin-
ished 140 missions without an abort
or loss of a crewman.
The original Nine-O-Nine was
assigned to combat on Feb. 25, 1944.
By April 1945, she had made 18
flights to Berlin and dropped 562,000
pounds of bombs.
The B-24 Liberator fought in the
skies of Europe and the Pacific as a
strategic bomber during WW II. In
August, 1944, the Liberator was built
in Fort Worth, Texas. Shortly after-
ward, the aircraft was delivered to the
U.S. Army Air Force and in October
1944, it was transferred to the Royal
Air Force in Britain The P-51 Mus-
tang was one of the world's most


recognizable fighter aircraft. The P-51.
and the pilots who flew them over
Europe saved many Americans in the
skies and on the ground.
Veterans who flew these warbirds
will give tours of the planes and an-
swer questions.
The tour donation is $12 for adults
and $6 for children under 12. One can
also take a 30-minute flight aboard
these historic aircraft. It's a $425
donation per person to fly on the B-17
or B-24 and P-51 half-hour flights are
$2,200.


WWII veteran Howard Collins
of Coconut Creek, Wings of Freedom
tour stop coordinator for Pompano
Airpark and Fort Lauderdale for the
last 19 years, said several thousand.
people attended last year's event, and
he expects several thousand people to
show up this year weather permitting.
World War II veterans are scarce,
but there are still some around to tell
people about the military aircraft on
display and what they experienced
Continued on page 3


Pompano Beach residents

announce lawsuit against builder


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Ten residents of Ortanique, a new
residential housing development in
Northwest Pompano Beach, have giv-
en notice they intend to sue Simpson
Developers for defects in the design
and construction of their homes.
For almost a year, some of the
22 homeowners in the neighborhood
built with Community Redevelopment


Agency, or CRA, funds have been
complaining about shoddy workman-
ship. More importantly, they say,
changes in the original footprint result-
ed in garages too small for cars.
Adding to their distress, early
Monday morning BSO ticketed five
cars illegally parked in swales and on
roads.
These new actions came as city
commissioners Tuesday voted to
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Lawsuit
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proceed with an internal audit
of the project to determine
if there is cause to perform a
forensic audit of Ortanique's
finances and contracts.
Commissioner Charlotte
Burrie called for the audit at
last week's CRA meeting say-
ing rumors of fraud prompted
her request. "I've been asked
by more than one person," she
said, adding that the investiga-
tion can begin in-house and
go as far as it can to determine
if a forensic audit is needed.
Commission attempts
to establish the time frame
and the cost of such a review
were deflected by city auditor,
Barbara Deleon, who said that
cannot be determined until all
records are received. Asked
repeatedly f r an estimate,


Deleon refused to give a
figure until the "scope of the
work," is determined.
Vice Mayor George
Brummer asked if the city
would be in jeopardy if it
starts "asking questions." I
haven't gotten anything that
tells me there is fraud," he
said. City Attorney Gordon
Linn replied that there is "no
exposure" for the city in ask-
ing questions.
Woody Poitier, who repre-
sents Ortanique residents, said
he favors "getting an audit
going" and in the meantime
"will go door-to-door if neces-
sary" to talk to people about
their problems.
Aware of the pre-litiga-
tion letter the city received
regarding the Ortanique
lawsuit, Commissioner Barry
Dockswell asked how many
of those signing the letter had
received parking citations.


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not proactive enough."


Pompano Beach commissioners ready to

adopt Code of Ethics, but not jail time


By Judy Wilson


PELICAN WRITER
Although not in complete
agreement, Pompano Beach
commissioners Tuesday asked
City Attorney Gordon Linn
to proceed with a proposed
code of ethics governing their
behavior. Their decision came
after Commissioner Charlotte
Burrie said, "I promised I
would do this" and Commis-
sioner Barry Dockswell said,
"I'd be proud of us if we raise
the bar."
Linn has prepared an
amendment to the exist-
ing ordinance governing the
city commission that ad-
dresses conflict of interest
and provides for a board of
ethics. Linn said it is based on
lengthy discussions already
held by the commission.


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Of the dozen violations
outlined in the proposal, the
phrase "appearance of conflict
of interest or impropriety"
raised the most concern. Com-
missioner Rex Hardin said, "I
don't know what that is, but
I'll be happy to sign a paper
saying I'll be ethical."
Vice Mayor George
Brummer said state and fed-
eral laws already address the
behavior of elected officials
and he agreed with Hardin


I'd be that 'appear-
ance of im-
proud of propriety' was
s inot real, but a
is if we perception that
the bar." gives ample
ckswell, opportunity for
commissioner persons to "go
after" officials.
"Don't think for a minute that
there won't be someone out
there playing 'gotcha,'" he
said.
Dockswell countered
saying such complaints would
be considered frivolous and
thrown out. The amendment
does create sanctions for those
filing frivolous complaints
including a $500 fine. Point-
ing out that Pompano's pro-
posal goes further than most,
Dockswell urged adoption of
the code.
The proposed amendment
establishes a three- to -five
member board of ethics to
hear complaints. The board
would be appointed by a
judge from the 17th Judicial
Circuit, a former legal offi-
cial such as a U.S. attorney, a
representative from Nova Law
School, the North Broward
Bar Association and League
of Cities. Complaints must be
in writing and accompanied
by a $300 fee.
In supporting the amend-
ment, Burrie pointed out that
voters in Broward County
overwhelmingly approved a
charter amendment calling for
a code of conduct for county
elected officials.
The commission made
one change to Linn's pro-
posal, deleting jail time for
those found guilty of violat-
ing the code and leaving in
reprimand, censure and a fine
not to exceed $500.
What the proposed
code calls for
No city official shall par-
ticipate in a contract in which
he or she has a financial inter-
est unless it is a remote inter-
est and that interest is noted.
No city official shall influ-
ence the contract selection
process if he or she has a fi-
nancial interest unless remote
and noted.
No city official shall ap-
pear on behalf of a private
person before any regulatory
government agency.
No city official shall ac-
cept private employment or
render service that would tend
to impair independence of
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during the war.
Collins, now 83, flew the
B-24 from 1944 to 1946 over
the Southwest Pacific. He
was on a sub-patrol mission
to knock out Japanese sub-
marines. Collins recalls his
flying days, "The B-24 was a
long-range, high altitude fly-
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also mentions also explains
the mission of the upcoming
event.
"The mission of the Col-
lins Foundation Wings of
Freedom event is to educate
the public on these airplanes
and the history of WWII," he
said.
Another WWII veteran,
Louis Barwick of Sunrise,
will be at the show to answer
questions. Barwick, now 84,
has attended the event for
the past 12 years. Barwick
served as a gunner in the 15th
Air Force from 1944 to 1945
when he flew on the B-17
over Italy and was shot down
over Austria. Barwick and the
rest of the crew on board the
4-engine, heavy bomber sur-
vived with no major injuries.
"It is a touchy subject
to talk about what happened
to me and the others on the
plane who survived and the
many on other planes who
didn't; but I need people to
appreciate what we went
through as vets and to learn
more about the war," he said.
Like Barwick, Jules
Horowitz, 87, of Pompano
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flew on the B-17. Horowitz
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PELICAN WRITER
Crystal Lake Middle
School wrapped up its sci-
ence fair on Jan. 15, and
staff members are feeling
proud.
"We have a reputation
of always having a good


science fair," said Jessica
Adams, a Crystal Lake sci-
ence teacher.
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ception. Out of more than
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Lake Middle School nearly
400 students entered their
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take their projects to the
Broward County fair on Feb.
13. Exhibits will be open to
the public on Feb. 14 at the
Coral Ridge Mall.
Crystal Lake Middle
School 7th grader Neha
Khan was one of the final-
ists. Her project focused on
the ways high-rise building
can withstand an earthquake.
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8th grader, got into the finals
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gen energy. "You split water
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Badel.
Khan and Badel are no
strangers to winning sci-
ence projects. They each
came in 3rd place last year.
Khan's project demonstrated
how sounds can affect plant
growth, and Badel's work
focused on whether or not
the angle of a solar panel on
a solar powered car would
affect its speed.
"What impresses me
most about these kids is
their motivation," Adams
said. Students from Bro-
ward County middle schools
competed against each other
within the individual school
in about 15 categories. The
county is split into three
sections. The best from each
school competes against
each other in the Broward
County Fair.
"It's their second nature
to try harder and improve
themselves, not so much for
the recognition, but just to
achieve their own goals,"
Adams said. "That's what
I've noticed in these students
that did the projects."
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Open house

ceremony set

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safety building
The town commission agreed in
May to purchase the building, the
former Villa Orleans Motel, 4513 N.
Ocean Drive, for $1.7 million to house
Broward Sheriff's Office personnel,
the Volunteer Fire Department and
American Medical Response, the
town's new EMS provider.
In July commissioners approved
up to $350,000 for renovations to the
building, just north of Jarvis Hall.
The public is invited to the ceremo-
nies and for tours of the building.

Sol Children's

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Join the young actors at Sol
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This year the honors go to Cynthia
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to John A. Grant, Jr.
The Kickoff dinner to begin the
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The Keeper Day parade begins
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PELICAN STAFF
Claudia DuBois's bright blue
eyes sparkle as she shares a memory
of growing up in Pompano Beach.
"I actually attended Wilderness Girl
Scout Camp at the east end of Deer-
field Hillsboro bridge. And it was total
wilderness then."
Having lived here since the age
of two, DuBois feels she is part of
Pompano Beach history, She's the
daughter of Margaret White, well
known city history preservationist, and
Gary DuBois, an underground utilities
contractor who lived and worked in
the area,
"My childhood was spent in Cres-
thaven where I attended elementary
school," DuBois reminisces. "My teen
years were spent in Lighthouse Point.
I had a good Catholic education at St.
Elizabeth's and then Cardinal Gib-
bons High School. "I guess between
my personal history in this area and
my Mom's involvement in historical
preservation, it's not surprising that
I would eventually become a history
buff too."
After serving as secretary for
three years, DuBois was recently
elected president of the Pompano
Beach Historical Society in 2008 to
serve in 2009. She says, "My heaviest
involvement is managing the Green
Market every Saturday. This is one
of our society's major projects. The
original Farmer's Market was in the
same location so you might call this
a weekly reenactment of what once
was. I coordinate the vendors, handle
moment to moment crisis, manage
the money and help the vendors when
they're jammed. Captain Norm, the
fish vendor, always has a line of cus-
tomers waiting so when I can, I help
by running his register."


Above Claudia Debois steps in as president of the Pompano Beach Historical Society. [Photo by
Phyllis J. Neuberger] [Below] Green Market volunteers from the Pompano Beach Historical Society
gathered on a warm, sunny Saturday morning for this picture. Back Row: Paul Whitsett and Dan
Hobby. Front row, Shirley Farris, Claudia DuBois, her mother, Margaret White, Irene Reidish and
Bob Milanovich, John Knox Village. [Photo courtesy of the Historical Society]


One vendor, Janel Rowe of
Teaphoria, calls DuBois, a unique
woman with a huge heart." She adds,
"Our Green Market wouldn't be the
success it is without her. She's a great
representative of the Historical Soci-
ety."
Membership of the Historical
Society is extremely closely knit.
They are a friendly group of volun-
teers held together by the common
desire to preserve Pompano Beach his-
tory for those who will follow. They
meet monthly, have special events
and speakers in the Dick & Miriam


Hood Center at 217 NE 4 Ave. There
are always refreshments and DuBois
is often found helping to serve them,
once she has finished conducting the
official meeting.
DuBois says, "I feel privileged
to know and admire our still living
pioneers. Just the other evening, we
had a panel of elderly men and women
who worked at the Pompano Beach
Farmer's Market in the 40s and even
some who picked and packed beans as
children.
At one time our market was the
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Live tornado drill to be practiced

on Feb. 4 throughout Florida
Special to The Pelican
BROWARD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Governor Charlie Crist, in cooperation with the National Weather Ser-
vice and the Florida Division of Emergency Management, has proclaimed
the week of Feb. 1 through Feb. 7 as Florida Hazardous Weather Awareness
Week.
As part of this year's Hazardous Weather Awareness Week, a live state-
wide tornado drill will be conducted on Wednesday morning Feb. 4.
Everyone is encouraged to participate in the drill. In particular, schools,
businesses, hospitals and other places with significant public traffic are
strongly encouraged to take part in this live tornado drill.
The tornado drill schedule is as follows:
All participants should consider themselves under a Tornado Watch
as of 8:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. Remember, a Watch means that you
should monitor the weather and be prepared to go to a safe place in the
event of a warning. At 10:10 a.m., the National Weather Service in Miami
will issue a practice Tornado Warning.
The warning will be broadcast and alarmed on NOAA Weather Radio as
an actual Tornado Warning, and will therefore activate the Emergency Alert
System.
By 10:30 a.m., an all clear message will be issued, but it will not be
alarmed. Once you have practiced relocating to your shelter, you may re-
sume normal activities.
Since the drill will be issued as an actual tornado warning, radio, TV
and cable stations may choose to broadcast the warning immediately. All
schools are asked to participate, as well as businesses, hospitals and indi-
vidual residents.
Everyone should have a tornado action plan and should use the annual
drill to practice moving to a shelter. This drill will test warning procedures
throughout the state.
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tornado alerts being received at around 10:10 am EST.
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Temple Sholom introduces new

spiritual leader at Open House
The Jewish Center at Temple
Sholom will hold an Open House on
Sunday, Feb. 8 to introduce its new_
spiritual leader, Rabbi David Hartley
Mark. Rabbi Mark comes to Temple
Sholom after an almost 22 year tenure
at Temple Israel in Portsmouth, New
Hampshire.
Rabbi Mark was born and raised in
New York where he attended Yeshiva
University receiving degrees in both
Judaic studies and English Literature.
He was ordained as a Rabbi in 1980 Rabbi David Hartley Mark
from the Academy of Jewish Religion in New
York City.
As a Progressive, Conservative Rabbi, Mark believes that there are numer-
ous ways to approach Jewish worship. The Jewish Center at Temple Sholom
will offer different ways to embrace that which is holy and to reach out into the
community at large.
As a former New Yorker, Mark is happy to learn that many of his former
neighbors and congregants have moved or are moving to Broward County, cur-
rently one of the major centers for Jewish growth in America. "I am eagerly
looking forward to meeting as many of my new neighbors as possible, and let-
ting them know what a wonderful treasure The Jewish Center at Temple Sholom
in Pompano Beach is with its devoted membership, its gifted Cantor, its beauti-
ful facility and various programs and membership events" said Mark.
The Open House is scheduled for Sunday, from 10 a.m. to noon. Various
community leaders will be there to officially welcome Rabbi Mark into the
Community. The Public is invited to attend.
The Jewish Center at Temple Sholom is located at 132 SE 11 Ave., Pom-
pano Beach. For more information please call 954-942-6410 or check out our
website at www.templesholomflorida.org


Bean and Pepper Jamboree set for

March 8 at Pompano Beach citi centre
It's back, and it's for a great cause! So bring your family and friends to the Bean
and Pepper Jamboree at Pompano Citi Centre, located on the Southwest comer
of US 1 and Copans Road in Pompano Beach, on Saturday, March 7, from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m., and Sunday, March 8, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Bean and Pepper Jamboree, a historical event created to celebrate the
harvest of local produce, will take place in Pompano Beach for the first time in
more than 30 years.
The event, originally held at the Pompano Farmers' Market in the 1950s,
has resurfaced to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Pompano and the Broward
County 4-H Foundation.
"We are bringing back a historic agricultural event and are providing a
venue that will help raise funds for two very important Broward County, not-
for-profit entities," said Fred Segal, Broward County Farm Bureau president.
"Our plans are to make this a fun, free event for families and provide education-
al programs about horticulture, agriculture, and the area's agricultural history."
The event is a free, public event and is sure to be fun-filled. From food
samples and contests to the Miss Bean and Pepper pageant and live entertain-
ment, the Bean and Pepper Jamboree has something for everyone.
This event is sponsored by the Broward County Farm Bureau, the Kiwanis
Clubs of Pompano Beach, Pompano Beach West and Fort Lauderdale Beach,
and the Pompano Citi Centre.
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was lucky to have this option. By the
way, that four-year-old Christopher is


now 28 and a manager right here."
The catfish served here is farm
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locally grown produce. Bro-
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buy our products. The origi-
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ours is, very convenient to
the railroad and shipping. It's
easy to get caught up in this
living history. It's precious
because as our pioneers leave
us, so does the living history.
That's why it is so important
to document and preserve. We
always welcome old photo-
graphs and old memories."
DuBois is immersed in
her 10 year career with Me-


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pumps and accessories. As the
regional sales assistant for the
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States, she coordinates sales
activities.
Describing her job, she
says, "I do much of my work
on computers, and I fly all
over the country frequently
for ongoing education. Ours
is a very big business for
working moms who want to
continue giving their babies
breast milk. They use breast
pumps during the day to sus-
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to share, call. 954-913-3236.


Deerfield Beach chamber members,

officials welcome Mona Lisa Pizza


Mona Lisa Coal-Fired pizza holds grand opening
Chamber members and guests came out recently to Mona Lisa Coal-Fired Pizi-a
2009 NE 2 St. the traditional ribbon-cutting. David Camastra and his wife Te Rsa
'are owners of this eatery that offers pizza, sandwiches and pastries made on tbke
premises. Camastra is a third-generation restaurant owner. His grandmother chase
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mayor and three commission
districts have been invited to
present three minute speeches
about their qualifications and
concerns. This is the first pub-
lic forum for all six
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Chief Scott Gooding of the
Broward Sheriff's Office, or
BSO, said he had consulted
with his traffic people, and
they wanted the road opened
as an exit.
He recommended the road
be opened for one-way, east
to west traffic only with the
entrance from Commercial
Boulevard.
Louis Marchelos, owner
of the pier with his brother
Spiro, said the alley had been
open for 50 years until the
town closed it in late May. -
He said town growth con-
tributed to the traffic logjam.
The construction of a new
beach pavilion added to the
congestion.
Louis said the number
one access to the beach is not
this road, but the traffic from
Commercial Boulevard and
the 32-foot-wide alley is used
at a minimum.
Spiro Marchelos noted that
Anglin's Pier has been around
for seven decades. "Anglin's
Pier had egress and ingress
until a commission decided to
erect a fence and create a traf-
fic problem. We are a seaside
village, not a parking lot of
cars and trucks stuck and dis-
abled in both directions."
Commissioner Stuart Dodd
asked if the town had any ob-.
jections to restoring the exit.
John Olinzock, assistant
town manager, said one-way
traffic would be critical. "Line
sight issues were my major


concern," he said, referring
to whether drivers could see
pedestrians.
Dodd said he was "100
percent in favor of re-estab-
lishing the road as an exit-
only, provided a see-through
fence is installed.
Commissioner Jim Sil-
verstone said he recalled the
alley was previously used for
garbage trucks. "There's got
to be a way to assure us it will
only be open when it needs
to be open and to be sure it's
safe," he said.
Louis Marcehlos address-
ing Mclntee said, "Aruba, a
restaurant nearby, runs cars
back and forth in a 15-foot
alley. We want a way out, and
you say it's a safety issue.
You're selectively attack
us."
Commissioner B'
tey said, "In the hi
tourists need some
access in and out of there.
Access during construction
should be allowed."
Silverstone asked why the
road was closed off.
Town Manager Esther Co-
lon responded, "With Oriana
construction, the development
order for Oriana talks about a
pedestrian access way."
Dodd sided with Chief
Gooding, saying, "He has a
lot more experience than us
with traffic. The owner is.will-
ing to put gates on the road
and open them as needed."
Louis Marchelos said he
has a parking attendant at the
lot from 5 a.m. to midnight.
He said the road could be


opened on an as needed basis.
Clottey asked that the at-
tendant make sure no one was
walking in the road.
She moved that commis-
sioners allow egress on an as
needed basis and that the road
be striped and signage added
per the chief's request.
Gooding said the signs and
crosswalk markings should
be installed before the road is
opened.
Commissioners agreed to
open the road.
During a later issue, M
tee asked that the Mar
brothers be remove e
meeting for talk i
commissiJ
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responded.
McIntee told Goodi
Marchelos brothers should
have been removed from thu
meeting earlier for continu-
ously talking back from the
audience.
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The commission held a
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Good food and great fun were on the menu

at the 2009 Taste of Lighthouse Point
By Malcolm McClintock


PELICAN WRITER
The Lighthouse Point
Yacht and Racquet Club host-
ed the 2009 Taste of Light-
house Point. More than 20
local restaurants
and several event
sponsors helped K
attract hundreds
of revelers to this
spirited affair.
Mayor Fred
Schorr, local
commission-
ers and distini-
guished guests were on hand
to sample the flavorful fare of
various area eateries.
From the Baby New
Zealand Rack of Lamb with
Israeli Couscous prepared
by the Club's own Execu-
tive Chef Rudy Spezzano to
the delicious Satay Chicken
with Peanut Sauce offered by
Tamarind restaurant, there
were taste sensations from
every comer of the globe on
hand for sampling.
Seafood lovers could find
comfort in the offerings of
Seafood World, the Cove, the
Fin & Claw, Dockside Galley
Grille and Wahoo's. For clas-
sic Italian, the Sicilian Oven,
Hot Tomatoe and Colombo's
Market offered up tasty spe-
cialties. Kosta's represented
the Greek influence and El
Agave the Mexican one. The
Federal Grille and J. Mark's
brought their top-notch duck
and prime rib dishes to the
event.
Other establishments
participating included the Red
Fox Diner, Edible Arrange-
ments, Daily Grind Coffee


Continued on page 20


The Crew from Papa Hughie's Seafood'
Executive Chef of the LPYRC Rudy World. Troy Ganter (right) is the next
Spezzano shows off his mouthwater- generation to keep the tradition alive.
ing New Zealand lamb and Israeli
Couscous.


Federal Grille's boisterous Executive
Chef Johnny Pak and daughter Mimi
with a very tender duck pastrami with
sweet potato corn salad and mango
salsa.


Lynn and Greg Pagans. These residents
are proud to get involved in promoting
local businesses.


Gina Dube and Stacy Libman of the
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Continued from page 10
mayoral candidates and seven
candidates running for district
seats.
The breakfast is at the
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Ken Keechl will install the
2009 executive board. Don
Kolb will assume his second
term as chamber chairman.
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The new Health Fit Club
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their physiques and well-be-
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the help of local experts.
Working with the group
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Michael Ashley will track
vital statistics and design
fitness programs.
Boot Camp instructor,
Blaine Leone, who this
offered the club a free one
hour exercise session and
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Michelle Becker, co-
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Feeling hot?

Next up for the public is
the chamber's annual Chili
Cookoff Thursday, Feb. 19,
5:15 p.m. at the Chamber of
Commerce, 1601 E. Hills-
boro Boulevard.
"Best Chili Recipes" are
now being accepted and
must be in by Feb. 9.
Hot music will accom-
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hot and mild, con care and
vegetarian, with beans and
without. There are prizes for
the tastiest entries.
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Scoreboard
POMPANO BEACH
WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN.
RESULTS, TUES., JAN 20,
18 HOLE DIVISION
A/B Group
1st Jeanne Vallee, Lynne
Heaney . .. . . .60
2nd Charlene Fernsel,
Vonnie O'Keefe....... .62
3rd Jan Ruck ........
Mary Ann Gardner . . 63
4th Eileen Stanley, Nan-
cy Cutler ......... 64
C/D Group
1st Christene Rush.
Yoko Mayeda 64
2nd Lu Rispoli (blind
draw) Audrey Zanco . 65
3rd Lu Rispoli, Kit Ev-
ans ................ .65
4th Paula Hook, Ruth
Richey. ......... 66


9 HOLE DIVISION
LOW PUTTS IN CLASSES
Class A
1st Cathy Olson . 13
2nd place( tie) Alicia
Wynn, Pearle Atwood . 14
Class B
1st Eileen Wankmuller.. 18
2nd Betty Reims . 19
3rd Harriet Fisher. .. 21

RESULTS, TUES., JAN 27,
2009
18 HOLE DIVISION
CLASS A
1st Manon Bourgeois .... 66
2nd Jan Ruck . 69
3rd Janet Stuart . 70
CLASS B
1st Vonnie O'Keefe . 63
2nd Jackie Peck . 65
3rd Patt Sessa . . 71
CLASS C
1st Jackie Simone . . 71
2nd Betty Gaver . 71


3rd Beth Ruocco . 72
4th Grace Duffy . 73
CLASS D
1st Eunice Berman .... 68
2nd June Faccini . 71
3rd Audrey Zanco .. .. 72
NEW GRANDMOTHERS'
CHAMPION... Vonnie
O'Keefe
Runner-up.. ManonBourgeois

9 HOLE DIVISION
LOW NET IN CLASSES
Class A
1st Janet Gorski . 33
2nd Kathy Gardner .. 34
3rd Cathy Olson . . 25
Class B
1st place (tie) Pat Haag,
Eileen Wankmuller . . 34
2nd Shirley Pickett. . 35
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1200 S. Federal Hwy.
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Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
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12:30 pm 6:00 pm
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POMPANO LUTHERAN CHURCH
109 SE 10th Ave., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-942-1216 www.PompanoChurch.com


(954) 943-3715 Food Addicts Anonymous
261 SE 13th Avenue, Pompano Beach Monday, 7:00pm
antie, BW. Science of Spirituality
SiI 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 7:00pm

www.unitychurchpompanobeach.org


Unitarian Universalist Church

of Fort Lauderdale
Open Open
Hearts Minds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services & RE classes Sunday at 11:00am
3970 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 484-6734 www.uuflorida.ora


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


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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


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1111 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-942-5887


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

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OF HUNGRY
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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: 800 am 5:30 pm
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


CHRIST CHURCH

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Agency In Lighthouse Point.
ApplicationsAcceptedTuesdays
And Thursdays. Call 954-783-
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PEST CONTROL CO. -
Seeking Experienced Pest
Control Sales and Service
Technicians. Also Office
Personnel. Call 954-570-
5307. 02/06

TELEPHONESALES!! Great
Part-Time Job! Eves &
Sat Mornings. Immediate
Openings. $10-$14 Per Hr.
Renewing Accounts No
Cold Calling!! Experienced
Reps Only. Call Christi 754-
235-9556. 1/30 DENTAL
ASSIST/Front Desk: Temp
Dental Assistant Needed
For Endo Office In Fort
Lauderdale. Some Front
Desk Work Necessary. 954-
667-6507.

ACCOUNT REP. NEEDED
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above needed, Must have
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Mixed Church In Pompano
Beach. 954-943-3715 Or954-
592-4959. C

SERVICES
HONEST HANDYMAN- HOME
& Building Maintenance/
Improvements. No Job Too
Small. Fast Friendly Service,
Reasonable Rates. Local
Resident/Homeowner. Call
Today For Your Free Upfront
Quote. No Deposit Required.
954-977-9887 Lic/Ins 02/20

HOME & CONDO CLEANING
Free Quotes, Great
References. Honest &
Reliable. Owned & Operated
For Over 20 Yrs. Contact
Cheryl 954-480-6127.

CLEANING GIRLS
SERVICES!! Free Estimates.
Reliable. Residential &
Commercial. 954-
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EMERALD IRISH
CLEANING Est20 Yrs.
English Speaking.Cleaning
Supplies. Hand Scrubbed
Floors. February Special
3 Hrs $55. 4 Hrs $65.
Service Guaranteed. www.
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954-524-3161. 02/06

MILLERS ROOFCOATING,
Driveway Seal Coating,
PressureWashing. Licensed
& Insured. Call Chris 561-
809-3424. Lighthouse Pt.
Owner On Every Job.

HANDYMAN!!!! FIX IT/
INSTALLIT.Honest,Reliable,
Affordable. SCREEN
REPAIRS. Call Ted At 561-
212-5017, 2/20

I WILL DRIVE You To Dr's,
Airport, Hairdresser, Lunch, Or
Whatever You Wish to Go I Will
Drive & Be Your Companion.
954-784-0681 2/6

JUNK/TRASH Removal &
More! Property Clean-up
service. We Clean & Haul It
All. 24 HOURS 7 DAYS. Call
today for Free Est. 954-532-
5865. www.alltrashremoval.
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JEFF THE PLUMBER LLC
- 88-CMP-806X. Licensed
And Insured. More Information
Please Call 754-224-1206.
2/20

Tree Service
Stump Grinding.
We Do It All. 18 Yrs In
Business Brian 954-675-5814

Position Wanted
NANNY South Carolina
Teacher, Professionally
Certified For Over 25 Years
Seeks Position As Live-in
Nanny To Reside In Main
House Or Garage Apt. 843-
709-8651.


COMPANION/AIDE Willing
To Perform Local Errands.
WillWorkAsNeeded.$12/Hr.
954-772-5373 Or 954-895-
7850. 2/20

CEMETERY
PLOTS/CRYPTS
PALM CITY Forest Hill
Memorial Park Veterans
Section 2 Spaces, Bronze
Marker with Base, Opening
& Closing Cement Liners.
Vault Installation Fee.$7995.
772-871-0038.

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
SELL YOUR BUSINESS!!
Call Russell Cohen 954-
646-7651 -www.flabiz4sale.
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Brokers Lic R.E. Broker

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operation, Local Seamless
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and Yellow Page ad. incl.
$38 000 Call 954-868-5560

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HOUSE FOR
SALE
POMPANO LEISUREVILLE 2/2
HOUSE In Excellent Condition.
$139,900. Possible Owner
Financing. Realty 3000. 561-
866-3839 02/13


LEISUREVILLE Won't
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
954-491-8767.

CHEAPEST ENTRY To
Pompano Beach Leisureville.
Free Golfing community. Over
55. 2/1. No Land Lease.
Large Screened Porch. Two
Heated Pools. Community
Bus. $95,000. Call 954-946-
9431. 1/30

POMPANO FOR SALE
55+ Leisureville 2/2/1 With
Family Room, No Landlease,
free golf, etc. etc. $109,900.
954-784-7150. 2/6

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

CONDOS FOR
SALE
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.

DEERFIELD BEACH
1/1.5. Large Living Rm.,
Bedrm. New Kitchen/S.S.
Appliances. Stack Washer/
Dryer. All Assestments
Paid. Covered Parking.
Boat Dockage. NFB. 55+.
$185,000.954-571-5016.


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POMPANO BEACH -
Beach Condo Remodeled.
Spacious 1/1.5 In Parliament
House Across From Private
Beach With Intracoastal
View.JoinThe"Happenings"
with all the up and coming
Trendy Shoppes and new
Pompano Pier. $239,900.
Florida Sun Belt Realty, Inc.
954-973-6263.

POMPANO- CONDO Right
On The Sand. 2/2 Direct
Ocean View From The
Minute You Open The Front
Door. Bldg Has Complete
Restoration Including Pool
And Lawn. Listed @ $299K.
Open To Offers. Faye -
Balistreri RE 954-303-9249.
2/13

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
Properties. 754-264-4807.
1/30

LAUD BY THE SEA Best
Buy! Remodeled 2 Bedroom.
Walk To Beach, Shops,
Restaurants. Very Quiet. 55+.
Beautiful Complex. $199.900.
Owner 413-244-2807.

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:
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POMPANO BEACH
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CO-OP SALES
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2/2
Ground Floor Apt. 55+. Walk
To Library & Publix. $75,000.
Call 954-822-4543. 01/30

HOMES FOR
RENT
POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
-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.
02/13

POMPANO FOR RENT 55+
Leisureville 2/2/1 With Family
Room. Includes Lawn & Exterior
Maint., Golf, Water, Sewer,
Trash, Pools, Etc. $1000 Mo.
954-784-7150 2/6

LEISUREVILLE Just
Reduced! $750 Per month
for large 2/2 Home. Adult
SCommunity, Unfurnished,
Near 1--95, Shopping,
Clubhouse, Pool, Free 9-
Hole Golf, No Pets. 954-
494-8910.

POMPANO BEACH
CHARMING 2/1 House With
Pool. Asking $1000 Month
Yrly. 510 NE 35 Street. 954-
783-3723. 2/6

POMPANO BEACH 2/1
HOME. Large Fenced Yard,
Pets OK. Central A/C, W/
D, Carport. Lease/Option.
$1175 Mo. Possible Owner
Financing. 954-564-4446.
01/30

CONDOS FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH 2
BEDROOM 1 BATH. Small
Office. Pool, Washer, Dryer,
Tennis, Pets Welcome. $850
Month 954-937-3872 02/13

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LHP MARINA AREA 2/2
Furnished Or Unfurnished.
Updated Kitchen. Washer/
Dryer. Pets OK. $1600
Month. 954-415-1408. Cecile
Intriago RE/MAX Advantage
Plus. 2/6

LIGHTHOUSE POINT 1/1.5
Unfurnished Apt. 55+. $700
Month. Walk To Everything.
954-785-0042 2/6

LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2/2
Garden Apt. Deep Water.
Furnished/Unfurnished.
$1550/$1650 Annual.
Parking At Front Door.
$40K In Upgrades. Call
Faye Balistreri RE 954-
303-9249.

POMPANO ISLAND CLUB
- 2/2 Overlooking Canal.
Furnished Or Unfurnished.
Available Immediately
$1200. Emerald Tower.
Private Beach On Deepwater.
1900 sq ft 2 or 3 Bedroom, 2
Bath, Washer/Dryer In Unit,
CornerNiew Of Ocean From
Wrap Around Balcony/All
Amenities. Asking $1800
Offers Considered. Call
Joanne Smith, Balisteri
Realty 954-649-1410.

NEFT LAUDERDALE (Imperial
PtArea) Large Luxury2/21 st Fir.
Pool, Clubhouse, Free Cable.
$950 Month. 954-491-6539 Or
561-439-5527 1/30

POMPANO BEACH/SEA
HAVEN On 14th Street. 2/2
Apt. Recently Remodeled,
Furnished. Great Kitchen,
Pool, Exercise Facility.
Monthly OrYearly. 55+. 651-
484-7323.

POMPANO BEACH Cypress
Bend 2/2 Condo For Rent
Unfurnished. Separate
Laundry Rm. Eat-in Kitchen,
New Carpet, Enclosed
Patio. Small Pets O.K. Call
Francine Citarella Eastside
Properties. 754-264-4807.

POMPANO BEACH 2/1.5
Condo. Large Living Area. 1/2
Block From Deeded Access
To Beach. No Pets. $1000
Month. 954-579-8126.


POMPANO BEACH
Furnished 2/1 Apt Off AIA.
Seasonal $1400 Month.Yrly
$950 Month. Credit Check.
631-474-2235.

POMPANO BEACH Sea
Haven.2/2FurnishedCondo.
Pool, Marina, Clubhouse.
$975 MonthYrly. Also Short
Term Available. Call For
Pictures 609-504-3218.

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 APT. 1
Mileto Beach. Security. Laundry
Facilities..2 Pools. No Pets.
$800 Month. 954-946-8959 Or
239-514-7582 1/23

APTS FOR RENT
POMPANO BY THE BEACH
Large, Clean 2/2 Duplexes
with yard, Efficiencies and
1 Bedroom apts. Avail.,
Furnished & Unfurnished.
SomeWith Utilities Included.
Pool, Laundry. $795 & Up
Yearly. 954-608-7368.


POMPANO COZY 1/1 Apt.
Laundry Facility & Pool. 1 Block
W Of Federal Hwy. Yrly Rental
$675 Month. 954-783-3723.
02/06

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 Apt.
500' From Beach. 3205
NE 9 Street. $700 Month!!
$1225 Moves You In. 954-
803-3087.

POMPANO BEACH 2
Bedrooms, 2 Baths. Ocean
View,With Balcony, Directly
On. The Atlantic Ocean,
1000 sq ft. Spacious
Units Or Studio Suites,
2 Outdoor Heated Pools,
Full Service Spa, Fitness
Center, With 4 Star Resort
Amenities Included. Close
To Local Conveniences.
Bring Your Pet. Call 954-
590-1148 Today! Or Email:
sales @theoceansands
resortandspa.com.

POMPANO BEACH 1/1
Furnished/Unfurnished. V
Block To Beach. Very Private.
Front Porch/Yard. $850 Month
Yrly. 239-898-4799. 02/06


POMPANO LARGE 1 Bedrm
+ Den + 2 Full Baths.
Remodeled. 1/ Block To
Beach. No Pets. Available
Immediately. 1st/Last/Sec.
$850 Mo. 954-326-0405.

POMPANO BEACH 1 Bedroom
1 Bath. East Of Federal. WalkTo
Everything. Tiled, Patio. $700
Mo F/L/S 954-295-8908 2/6

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

STUDIO/
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH Large
Efficiency With Kitchen
Available. Also 1/1 Apt 500' To
Ocean. Laundry And Pool On
Premises. No Pets. 954-294-
8483 or 248-736-1533

POMPANO LARGE-Studio
Apt. Near Federal Highway,
Shopping And Beach. $625
Includes Utilities & Cable. 954-
941-3922 1/30

COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
R E C ES S IO N
CONCESSION!! Prime Shop
OrOffice. 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.

DEERFIELD POMPANO
AREA.IndustrialWarehouse
Space For Rent. 4250 Sq Ft
With Office. $9.50 Per Sq Ft.
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OFFICE/BAY
DEERFIELD BEACH
Industrial Park Area -
Storefront/BayWith Garage
Door. 1200 Sq Ft 1st Floor
Work Area & 1200 Sq Ft
Overhead Storage Space.
$1100 Month + Last &
Security. 954-428-4900. Call
For Details. 2/6

POMPANO BEACH 425 Sq
Ft Office/Bay With Bath On
Dixie Hwy. $450 Month. 954-
821-1880. 1/30

STORAGE
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boats. Call 954-520-1777.
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Calls Made. Call John (954)
467-7128. 2/13


WANTED ANTIQUE
CLOCKS Top Dollar$$$$
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954-257-7593. 2/13

ANTIQUE FIREPLACE-frame
andAntique buggy. $500 each or
obo. Call Jennifer954-547-4460
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FOR SALE
MATTRESSES -TWIN $90.
FULL $110. QUEEN $130.
KING $180. FRAMES $30.00.
Bunk Beds $179. Futons &
Roll-A-Ways Available.'CAN
DELIVER!! 954-465-6498.

ROCKWELL BUFFER 1/2hp
on Cast Iron Stand, Wide Shafts
$250. 2 Car Covers Fits 1954
Chevy & 1972 MGB $30 Each.
954-658-2715

FULL CONDO Of Furniture
& Accessories For Sale. All
Or Part. Includes TV's, Dining
Set, Microwave & Much More.
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June Yurina, lunch at Catfish
Deweys every week, and they
too were fried shrimp lovers.
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we are a year 'round place."
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in more than one way. Ce-
cile Taylor, server, has been
an employee since the place
opened. She still works a full
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Code of Ethics
Continued from page 2
judgment.
No city official shall have a
financial interest in legislation
coming before the commis-
sion unless remote, etc.
No city official shall
disclose information gained
by reason of his or her official
position for a purpose other
than a city purpose except
that which is available to the
public upon request.


No city official shall use
his or her office to secure
personal gain.
No city official shall use
city personnel for personal
gain.
No city official shall
use city-owned equipment,
property, money for personal
convenience or profit.
No city official shall give
or receive compensation, gifts
or favors for matters related to
official services with the city.
[Some exceptions for public


events.]
Additionally, after leav-
ing office, former officials
shall not disclose privileged
information, and for a period
of two years shall not partici-
pate in city matters nor assist
persons in matters involving
the city or advocate in any
matter in which he or she was
formerly involved.

Judy Wilson may be
reached at jvwils@
bellsouth.net


American Legion Band to host
Salute to Broadway, Feb 11
The American legion Symphonic Band will present Salute
to Broadway, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Herb Skolnick Civic
Center, 800 SW 36 Ave., Pompano Beach. Swing Band Nostal-
gia will also perform Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin standards.
Tickets are $5. Call 954-786-4590.

Pancake breakfast at Elks
The Benevolent Patriotic Order of DOES #142 will host a
Pancake Breakfast, Feb. 8 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Elks Lodge,
700 NE 10 St., Pompano Beach. Adults $5; Children $3. Call
954-933-1573.


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College coaches are heading en masse to Zion Lutheran Christian High School.
University of Florida, Coach Billy Donovan, and associate head coach of Texas
A & M, Coach Scott Spinelli, were both on hand last month. Other recent visits
came from Tulane Head Coach Andrew Novick and FAU Head Coach Mike
Jarvis. (Pictured left to right) Seniors Charles W\ill iams. David Joseph, Renaldo
Dixon, and Ante Gospic. Se era] other plaN ers have also been interviewed. One
is David Joseph, presently the 3rd leading scorer in Broward County. Zion's
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Car thieves
Continued from page 1
who demanded the keys to
his silver 2007 Chevy Tahoe.
The suspects, both black
males between 18 and 22
years old, are about 5'10"
tall and weigh approximately
150 pounds. One suspect was
wearing a knit ski-type mask
with eyes and nose openings,
black long-sleeved sweatshirt
and black pants. The second
suspect, who pointed a gun
at the victim, was wearing a
3-length black jacket, black
pants and a knit cap with eye
openings. They fled in an
unknown direction from the
school.
By 6 p.m. that day, the sto-
len SUV was located behind a
vacant Bennigan's restaurant
on Cypress Creek Rd. in Fort
Lauderdale.
Anyone with information
about this case should call
BSO Det. Tony Hierrezuelo at
954-321-4270 or contact Bro-
ward Crime Stoppers, anony-
mously, at 954-493-TIPS
(8477) or online at www.
BrowardCrimeStoppers.org.
Tips to Crime Stoppers that
lead to an arrest could pay a
reward of up to $ 1.000.


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Owner Khruawa Russmetes with GM
Joy Bountham and Imelda Porlucas
have their Chicken Satay, Thai dump-
lings and famous Sushi ready to go at
Tamarind restaurant.
Taste
Continued from page 13
House, Coldstone Creamery
and more.
The music of the Circle
Trust Band offered a nice
backdrop for guests to place
bids on a plethora of silent
auction items while sipping
the many wines provided
by the Premium Beverage
Company and Crown Wine &
Spirits. The live auction fea-
tured a ride on the Goodyear
Blimp.
The event is spearheaded
by the Lighthouse Point
Chamber of Commerce.
"This event has truly blos-
somed. We live in Lighthouse
Point and support its business-
es" said Greg Pagans, whose
wife Lynn was the first charter
president of the Chamber and
helped organized the first
Taste of Lighthouse Point in
2005.


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