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. 3, 2009 * POMPANO BEACH * DEERFIELD BEACH * LIGHTHOUSE POIN'I - L /u s s xam O Iol. XV, Issue


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Meeting planned

to honor U.S.

soldiers, vets
On May 5, the Pompano Beach
community will honor all soldiers past,
fallen and active to observe Memorial
Day.
Bob Shelley, former U.S. State
Representative, takes this day to heart,
and encourages every person, civic
organization and group to stop and take
part in this day of honor for those who
have given their lives or have their
lives on the line at war now.
"We're already at war," says Shel-
ley. "We have to do the right thing and
honor those men and women who are
out there fighting."
On April 14 at 6 p.m., there will be
a meeting to plan activities for Memo-
rial Day in Pompano Beach. Shelley
says there is a job for everyone who
wants to help. The meeting will be at 6
p.m. at the American Legion Hall, 171
SW 2 St., Pompano Beach.
Memorial Day includes dedications
at the city's two cemeteries, a parade
of veterans, churches and civic groups
and a picnic.
"Freedom is not free," says Shel-
ley. "Join us in this day of a salute to
our soldiers and veterans."
Call 954-782-2817.

BSO chief asks

Lauderdale-

By-The-Sea

residents to

call in their

complaints

Commissioner says they
are afraid of reprisals

By Judy Vik
PELICAN WRITER
People in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
are afraid to call the police, a town
commissioner said at two recent com-
mission meetings.
But it's not the cops they fear.
According to one woman's complaint,
they fear reprisal from the business
owners of whom they complain.
At the March 24 meeting, Broward
Sheriff's Office Chief Scott Gooding
asked Commissioner Birute Clottey

Continued on page 11


SER\ ED' - On Thur4Jda, April 16 at Bru', RRoom ?235 S Federal H%) , Pompano Beach, BSO Deptuues ll .ere diner unh f'ood arnd bre - The)
are working the annual "Tip a Cop" to raise funds for the Broward Special Olympics program. Diners will use special envelopes on each table to
contribute to the fund raiser. Pictured are BSO Sgt. John Leonard with his wife, Deputy Kimberly Leonard. They are serving lunch to Keely Fraley, a
Bru's server, Bonnie LaGana and Tracy Bambach. The event takes place from 11 a.m. through dinner. [Photo by Anne Siren]


Deerfield Beach baby with rare


syndrome receiving stem cell therapy
By Judy Wilson=


PELICAN WRITER
Tyler Walker is two and a half
years old, and he likes big boy things:
NASCAR and Monster Jam. He
also likes toddler things like Curious
George. But for now he is facing a
life or death odyssey that first will
make him very ill and later offer him
the chance to reach adulthood.
Tyler has Hurler Syndrome, a
genetic condition that if not caught in
time causes retardation and often fatal
damage to the heart and other organs.
He and his parents, his dad BSO
Dep. Brett Walker, a 19-year veteran
of the Force, and his mom, Trenace,
are at All Children's Hospital in St.
Petersburg. There Tyler will first
undergo chemotherapy that destroys
his immune system and then on April
10 will receive a stem cell transplant
from a donor who is a perfect match.
For the Walkers, residents of
Deerfield Beach, life has been a chal-
lenge since Tyler's condition was
confirmed in January.
Parents of three other children.
from previous marriages, the couple
had no reason to suspect that they

Continued on page 11


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was suggested that a parking
garage is the best solution.
Said building owner Morris
Robinson, "Without a park-
ing structure you are wasting
money. What we have now
is inadequate. We need 800
spaces."
The city is well into the
design process for beautifying
and reconfiguring the current
parking lot which accommo-
dates about 500 cars. Con-
sultants Keith & Associates
brought its team in to explain
to the new commission where
the project now stands. Com-
pany President -Dodie Keith
said the final design can be
done by July and bids can go
out in September. Construc-
tion costs will come in under
the CRA's $3 million budget.
O'Leary was in the audi-
ence Monday night but did
not speak. Wednesday he


Cove parking garage
told The Pelican he and three haven't spoken to anybody
business partners are finishing about a garage. But now there
up plans for a new restaurant may be an opportunity to do
on the one-acre Intracoastal something there."
site that was Pal's Charley's O'Leary's plan currently


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place April 14 at the Freidt Family Fellowship Hall of the Lau-
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includes a paved parking lot
behind the restaurant.
"We are open to construc-
tive conversation," he said
this week. "We are willing
to sit down with people of
reasonable expectations. If we
can incorporate a garage, we
are willing to listen and talk.
It's about what's best for our
neighbors, the community and
of course our investors expect
a profit."
According to O'Leary, the
partnership is developing a
'build-to-suit' structure for a
"quality, seasoned operator."
O'Leary attended a seri-
ous of workshops held last
year to develop a concept for
improvements to the center.
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Planning Group, O'Leary
said, "I love it."
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was aware of "some frustra-
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move forward. "But I thought
everyone did a nice job
clarifying the big picture," he
added. O'Leary said he feels
good about the upgrades that
have occurred on the beach
and that are now underway on
Hillsboro Boulevard.
One speaker Monday
night, Sue Agnew, owner of
the Cove Restaurant, asked
that the parking lot not be torn
up because of bad economic
times. Vice Mayor Sylvia


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The Cove redesign is
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the CRA. Currently there is
$6.5 million in the fund which
earns about $300,300 each
year.
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The public is invited to the
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More than 40 artists will
participate in various medi-
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sculpture, ceramic, painting,
photography and other unique
types of art.
The exhibition was founded
by the late Norma Cerino,
a weaver who brought local
artists together to share and
discuss their art.
The Yacht Club will also
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14th Street Townhomes are saving water and

money with every flush of their new toilets

By Phyllis J. Neuberger *. , , , ' .
PELICAN STAFF - . _. _ "-


Nick Damasceno, assisted
by his wife Grazia, has done
it again. In 2008, he was
recognized and honored by
the city, county and South
Florida Water Management
District, or SFWMD, as an
outstanding environmentalist
who successfully connected
his five building association
to the city's recycled water
system. That townhomes
association, partnering with
Pompano Beach, has become
a model for all cities and
private projects on how to
save fresh water and money
by using recycled water for
watering lawns.
Damasceno has made
"how to" presentations to
condominiums and civic
associations on the "green"
advantages of using recycled
water. At least eight other
condominiums have since
been hooked up and more are
planning to follow suit.
Buoyed by this success,
Damasceno has now spear-
headed and completed a
second major water saving
project. Four of the buildings
in the five building associa-
tion have just finished install-
ing 91, low flush toilets in 36
units. Damasceno estimates
this move will save 2,267,027
gallons of water per year.
"I'm estimating that it will
take five years to recover our
investment, but think of the
water we will have saved,"
he says, beaming and then
shares a few more figures.
"We bought our low flush
toilets direct from Toto in
Atlanta, Ga. at a total cost of
$30,573.55 and that included
water saving shower heads
which we will soon be install-
ing. Fifty percent of our cost
was covered by a grant from
SFWMD. Our Pompano
Beach plumber, George Hra-
matulov, donated half of his
fee by doing in-kind service.
Much of the loading and un-


Celebrating the completion of this project, the volunteers were joined by Mayor Lamar Fisher, Congresman Ron Klein,
A. Randolph Brown, Maria Loucraft Jose Lopez. [Photos courtesy of Nick Damasceno]


Nick Damansceno and his wife, Grazia, headed up a team of resident volunteers
who loaded sanitized toilets for delivery to Habitat for Humanity and reloaded


the new low-flush toilets.
loading was done by a team of
resident volunteers including
Grazia and me."
Those volunteers, Ian
McPherson, an FAU student,
John Bryant Jr. and his father,
John Bryant, Sr.; Paul Stam-
pahar, Eric Fishero and the
Damascenos, logged in 378
volunteer hours.
Damasceno smiles, say-
ing, "If our condo had paid
$10 an hour, we would not
have saved $3,780. We're so
grateful to Jose Lopez, project
manager of SFWMD, for the
grant. We're also very grate-
ful to Armstrong Relocation


of Pompano Beach for their
donated tractor trailer parked
on site for five weeks for stor-
age. Every old toilet box was
sanitized and recycled. Then
the trucking company trans-
ported and downloaded all of
the toilets to Habitat for Hu-
manity in Miami for reuse in
their projects. Our Armstrong
heroes who made this possible
were Deborah Fortunato, Rob
Stannard and Don Funnell."
The project took about five
weeks of part time efforts on
the part of all of the people
mentioned. 72 shower heads
with. 129 aerators are paid for


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and on order. Damasceno
says, "We looked at many
manufacturer's products and
chose a Delta design because
it will save half of the water
normally used and still permit
a vigorous shower experi-
ence."
All of these efforts called
for a celebration which took
place on February 17 on the
condominium property. At-
tending the ceremony were
Pompano Beach Mayor
Lamar Fisher, Utilities
Director, A. Randolf Brown,
Laboratory Manager, Maria
Loucraft and Jose Lopez, lead

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Palm-Aire owners will pay up for

delinquent fees of other owners


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
A financial downside of
condominium living arrives
in the mailboxes of Palm
Aire's largest homeowners'
association this month. It's
an assessment for a share of
the $425,000 in delinquent
maintenance fees owed by the
residents. The share will vary,
computed on the number of
delinquent units in a building
and the square footage of the
condo unit.
In one.building, a 3/2 unit
owner is paying just $135.
In another with more delin-
quencies, the assessment runs
$714 for a 3/2 unit. Payment
can be made in thirds: in May,
August and November.
The hardest thing Mon-
day, at a meeting of Palm Aire
Country Club Homeowners
Association I, was educating
residents as to their obliga-
tion. "Biggest problem is
getting across that you pay for
people that don't," Associa-
tion President George Cuola-
han said. "A condominium is
owned in common."
Association I is the
largest of Palm Aire's 24
homeowners associations.
There are 961 'doors' there in
18 condominium buildings.
Each building is financially
independent of the others


"Biggest problem
is getting across that
you pay for people that
don't" - Cuolahan

but the Association provides
the maintenance for each
and pays for the services.
Monday night its board voted
unanimously to assess its unit
owners.
Vice Mayor George
Brummer terms the situation
- a product of foreclosures and
loss of jobs - "a common dis-
ease now." He, too, believes
people don't "realize they are
responsible collectively."
At Monday's meeting
some new residents com-
plained that they bought in
unaware of a pending finan-
cial obligation. Claudia Keller
is a new board member of
Association I and said the
news of an assessment seem
to come as a shock. "I believe
unit owners buy unaware of
their responsibilities. This is a
population that is completely
surprised."
It takes up to two years
for a bank to foreclose and
during that time maintenance
fees may be paid late nor not
at all. Brummer said there
is a pending law that would
make the banks responsible
for maintenance before the


foreclosure is completed and
that might help association
finances.
Resident Ruby Glickman
thinks the state should step
in to alleviate the problem
since "government has gone
out of its way to give money
to industry." Glickman and
his wife are 18- year residents
of Palm Aire from New York
City where he worked for
ABC TV, then owned a res-
taurant, then bought and sold
antiques. "It's one thing when
people lose their jobs and
can't pay, but people here are
making a business of this," he
said.
Glickman says people
buy units and then leave
them with a renter or a family
member who legally is not
responsible for fees. By law,
the condo association cannot
deprive individual residents
of services.
"Now that we see what
is happening, we talk about
leaving Florida," Glickman
said. "And I feel sorry for
people who have no where
else to go."
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. Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs will present
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Local business owners reach out

every way they can
Hard times don't stop some business owners in helping the community get
back on its feet.
And it's not all about money.
At Hair Studio, 1803 E. Sample Road, Pompano Beach, Darlene Pearson is
sending needed supplies to Kids in Distress. These young people are victims of
family problems. In many cases, the courts have taken them from their families
and placed them with the Kids in Distress program. "With the economy the way
it is, I think it's good for people to help. Maybe it's time to clean out cupboards
and help others. It makes them feel good," says Darlene
And what makes these kids feel good is usually what makes all kids feel good,
games, clothes, computers and shoes. Pearson invites the public to visit her
website and checkout the 'Needs List' at www.thehairstudioinc@yahoo.com.
She adds that monetary donations are very special for the older children who
can get gift cards to make their own special purchases.
South of Sample at Parcels Plus, 2637 E. Atlantic Blvd., Bruce Bernstein is
focusing on helping job seekers. For the next 30 days, Bernstein is offering
free resume faxing, free access to email, free faxing of unemployment reports
to state agencies, free printing of 25 copies of a resume and free access to the
internet for job searches.
Says Bernstein, "Parcels Plus is also experiencing a business slowdown, and
while we can't directly offer work, we can help neighbors find work."
Travel east on Atlantic Boulevard on April 19 for a car wash will funds to
support The Crockett Foundation's upcoming Health Fair on April 25 in Pom-
pano Beach.
The Health Fair will take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 25 at the E. Pat
Larkins Civic Center, 520 MLK Blvd.
Among the free services offered at the fair are health screenings, immuniza-
tions and education provided by health care professionals from Broward Health,
Florida Department of Health, Commit 2-B Fit experts and much more. Ser-
vices to be offered will include HIV/Aids testing, STD testing, family planning,
breast and cervical cancer testing, diabetes testing, immunizations, and eye, ear,
nose and throat screenings.
Richard Sasso, owner of Mr. Squeaky, 499 W. Atlantic Blvd., will host a car
wash. Proceeds from each wash will benefit the Crockett Foundation.
Sasso adds that on April 19, there will be free ice cream starting at noon.
Henri Crockett, Al Harris, Tyrone-Carter and other NFL players, including Ed-
die Jones are expected to be on hand at the wash. All players are Blanche Ely
High School grads whose time and money are being directed towards better
family health.
The Pelican salutes those business owners who are team players during these
difficult times.
When better times return, you will be part of the team that made it happen.
Call these businesses for more information,


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Parcels Plus
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Hair Studio
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Pompano Beach Green Market to

welcome dogs this Saturday
By Dan Hobby
POMPANO BEACH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
This April 11, the Pompano Beach Green Market will host its 6th Annual
Dog Day.
That's the day the Market organizers invite all canines to bring their people
partners out to the Green Market to participate in a variety of contests, talent
shows and just general showing-off. You don't need to pre-register; just show up
anytime between 10 a.m. and noon.
There will be treats for the pooches, and exhibitors will be offering a variety
of dog and animal-related services.
Dogs love the Green Market, and so will you.
The Pompano Beach Green Market is open every Saturday morning, from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Flagler Avenue in the city's historic downtown (just north of
the Atlantic Boulevard and Dixie Highway intersection). It features fresh fruits,
vegetables, juices, baked goods, seafood, gourmet teas, flowers, plants, health-
related products and live entertainment.
For information or directions, call (954) 292-8040, or visit www.pompano-
history.com.


Local historian seeks your stories

about Dr. George McClellan


Margaret Shedoin, a Pompano Beach resident, wants residents to share their stories about Dr. George
McClellan. Pictured is Dr. McClellan's Pompano office on Northeast First Avenue.

Dear Friends,
I have long recognized the historical importance of pioneer Dr. George S.
McClellan's office and home which are located at the corner of NE First Avenue
and Second Street in Pompano.
Currently I am working on the Nomination Proposal to have the office listed
on the National Register of Historic Places.
These structures, the office and house, rank among the most significant
historic structures in Pompano and surrounding areas. Located in the historic
district of "Old Pompano," the office was, for many years, a hub of activity.
Dr. McClellan was the only physician for many miles around. He faithfully
tended to their needs, often making house calls at all hours of the day and night.
This area was a wilderness. There were few roads, and many areas had only dirt
roads. Travel was tedious. Mosquitoes were plentiful. Wild animals roamed
at night. The doctor did not let these things interfere with his care of the sick.
His practice included the area between Boca Raton and North Fort Lauderdale,
including the western farm areas along State Rd. 441 and all points eastward to
the ocean.
Dr. McClellan settled in Pompano in 1921, bringing along his wife Novice
and their two young children, son Sterling and daughter Novice. Later two
additional children, William and Robert were born to the family. Dr. McClellan
began his medical practice here in Pompano and soon started the construction
of his office and home. This office was the site of his practice until his death in
1958.
In 1921 Dr. McClellan became friend and physician to my father, W.D.
McDougald.
In the early 1940's, we moved to the Sample-McDougald House in North


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Lighthouse Point mayor, commission,


police work to
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Lighthouse Point offi-
cials don't plan on hiring a
gate-keeper, but they will be
closing some streets that have
access to U.S. Federal High-
way.
Mayor Fred Schorr says it
all has to do with "safety and
security."
Schorr says crime is on the
increase. "We need to be pro-
active to protect our residents.
The closures are one element
of an increased security initia-
tive," he said.
Police Chief Ross Licata
adds, "I support the closings,
but that's only one part of the
plan. We are negotiating with
vendors to put in license plate
recognition cameras."


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Licata adds business and
home burglaries are up as
well as car break-ins and shop
lifting.
"Crime is historically low in
Lighthouse Point, but over the
last two years we are seeing a
trend where crime is increas-
ing," he said.
To lower crime opportuni-
ties, local police officers are
quick to leave "crime preven-
tion warnings" when they see
unlocked cars or cars where
valuables are visible.
Licata says his officers will
also monitor the closings and
the shifts in traffic.
Two years ago, 34 Court,
two blocks south of Sample
Road was closed permanently.
"28 Court at Federal
Highway and 52 Street at
Federal Highway were closed


temporarily four months ago
and are now being considered
for permanent closure." said
Schorr. "No additional streets
are being considered at this
time for further closures."
But these closings don't
"gate" the entire city of
12,000 residents. There will
be eight other entrances into
Lighthouse Point from Fed-
eral Highway. The Deerfield
Beach entrance into the city
will also remain open.
Closing the streets will con-
sist of "heavily landscaped
auto barriers."
Said Licata, "The closings
may create an inconvenience
for some, but it's all about
crime prevention, safety and
protecting the people who live
in our community."


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PELICAN STAFF
As city and county cof-
fers are squeezed tighter by
current economic conditions
local governments are find-
ing themselves with fewer
and fewer dollars to spend on
emergency services.
With an eye towards
augmenting funding for law
enforcement, and stimulat-
ing the economy, the Obama
Administration has allocated
$2 billion, from the 2009


American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act, to be di-
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law enforcement programs
through Justice Assistance
Grants, or JAG.
"That's funding that will
help communities throughout
America keep their neighbor-
hoods safer with more cops,
more prosecutors, more pro-
bation officers, more radios
and equipment, more help
for crime victims and more
crime prevention programs for


youth," said President Obama
at the graduation of 25 police
recruits in Columbus, Ohio on
March 6.
Using crime and popula-
tion statistics, the Administra-
tion has made cities and coun-
ties across Florida eligible to
receive a total of over $135
million in JAG monies. Pom-
pano Beach, $571,977, and
Deerfield Beach, $233,074,
are among the 23 cities in
Broward County on the list.


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Business


Coutain,

Permenter

chosen for

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lington B.
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142 of the
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Pompano
Beach
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Women

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Soroptimist

event
Six local women were hon-
ored recently by Soroptimist
International at a reception held
at Galuppi's Restaurant. Linda
Woodhouse, chair of the event
said the Pompano Beach Club
named six women this year as
recipients of the honor. The
Women's Opportunity awards
went to Tanya Hall, Victoria
Pierre-Louis and Shellreter
Owens. The Violet Richardson
awards went to Chloe Lyon and
Crystal Marietta.
Gail Farkas was named
2009 Woman of Distinction.


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who want to live independently at home


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Senior Helpers, 2881 E.
Oakland Park Blvd., offers
seniors the people, resources,
systems and knowledge
necessary to assure clients as
much, or as little, help they
need to live independently at
home.
Edward Shlapak, CFO,
says " We are a perfect fit
for this business. My wife,
Izabella and I came to this
country in 1979 from Russia
with family, including an el-
derly grandmother. We were
seeking our new country's
freedoms, and we have been
proud American citizens for
25 years.
"In Russia, there were
no caregivers. Families took
care of their own elders. Here
we noticed that families were
scattered all over this vast
country and older ones were
often alone. We recognized
the need for a business such
as ours and decided to invest
in a Senior Helper franchise."
Senior Helpers, founded
in Baltimore in 2001, has
become a national leader in
professional in-home assis-
tance services with 300 loca-
tions throughout the country.
Shlapak has had his offices
in the same location for seven
years and he says, "We get
many referrals from families
and individuals who have
been clients, and I think part
of the reason is because we
relate closely to our clients
and their needs. It is very
rewarding to see people who
were formerly housebound
get out with help to do out-
side activities once again."
Reba Becker has used
Senior Helpers for a few
years and she says, "I'm very
happy with their service. I


Edward and Izabelle Shlapak take a break to talk about their business, Senior Helpers at 2881 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
where personal and companion in-home care for seniors and veterans is made available for as little or as long as it is


needed. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger
have a helper who comes
twice a week. She drives me
wherever I need to go includ-
ing the grocery store, doctors
etc. She does my laundry,
light housekeeping and keeps
things running."
Senior Helpers provides
companionship and home-
making services which can in-
clude assistance with personal
care, medication reminders,
walking assistance, meal prep-
aration and clean up.
Light housekeeping,
errands and transportation, es-
cort to appointments are also
part of the program.
Helpers monitor diet and
eating, and they offer reading,
letter writing and correspon-
dence.
Helpers will supervise
household maintenance, pick
up prescriptions, shop and
care for house plants and
animals.
Janet Kelly, caretaker of


both parents, knew that her
parents wanted to spend their
last years together at home.
She says, "As a working
caretaker, my Senior Helper is
pleasant, qualified and reliable
and that's important to me.
I've used them for over a year,
and they have enabled me to
keep my parents at home.
"I appreciate getting the
same person who is now
familiar with our household.
My mother recently passed
away and now my helper is
caring for dad. She prepares
his breakfast and lunch, helps
with personal care, handles
medication and acts as a
friendly companion. Because
she knows him well, she can
alert me to any changes in his
health or behavior."
The same home care is
available to veterans of all
wars and often their spouses
as well. Shlapak says, "Many
veterans are unaware that


they are entitled .to many -
benefits, including home care
up to $1,600 a month. We
not only provide the care, but
also guide our veteran clients
through the process to get
these benefits, and we can
usually make it happen faster
because we do it so often."
The agency has a good
relationship with physicians,
pharmacies and medical
equipment stores, and they
regularly connect clients with
these services upon request.
Clients also receive two
valuable extras which include
a prescription drug discount
and a free personal emergency
response system.
Senior Helpers are avail-
able in Lighthouse Point,
Pompano Beach, Lauder-
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Senior

Helpers
"All of our caregivers are
employees of our company,"
Shlapak says. " We have
about 400 qualified caregivers
on call. Every one has been
carefully screened, inter-
viewed, and passed personal
employment reference and
criminal background checks.
They are fully insured, bond-
ed, licensed and work under
the supervision of our director
of office staff."
Shlapak says, "We work
very hard to match the care
giver to the client and the
client's needs. We also inter-
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Low flush toilets


Continued from page 4
project manager for SFWMD. Congressman Ron Klein made a
surprise visit, adding to the success of the award ceremony that
recognized this association's efforts to promote a more green
and eco-friendly community.
Maria Loucraft and Randy Brown, director of Pompano
Beach water utilities, are looking into the possibility of an in-
centive program for individual home owners to follow suit and
help the community save drinking water by installing low-flush
toilets.
Low flush toilets are available at all major plumbing stores.
For further information, or a condo presentation, call 954-366-
4968.
Thank you for your efforts to save the community's water
supply, Nick Damasceno and the 14th Street Townhomes As-


Palm Aire


Continued from page 5
If Glickman looks to Tal-
lahassee to ease the situation,
Cuolahan who also heads
up the Palm Aire Council of
Presidents, is not so confident
in lawmakers. He cites two
statutes that he feels are unjust
and make little sense.
Florida Statue 718 states
that both a husband and wife
can run for a condo board
seat, but if both are elected,
one must resign, and another
provision of the same statute
that sets board terms at one
year, unless association mem-
bers vote for two year terms.
Cuolahan said. "It's not fair to


force an election every year."
The actual number of
foreclosed units in Palm-Aire
is something no one wants
to discuss but around the
Council table it is no longer
news. Coulahan is attempting
to find solutions and recently
discovered that homeown-
ers associations can initiate
foreclosures without wait-
ing for bank action, a move
that might spur the banks to
act faster or the unit owner
to find the necessary money.
Each association, however,
has its own DNA, he said.
Each is different from the oth-
ers and each has to deal on its
own terms.


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Boaters who need to review or learn the laws of the sea and
safety rules of the U.S. Coast Guard can sign up for the About
Boating Safety, or ABC course in Pompano Beach at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach.
The one-day program will be held on April 11 from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. Cost is $50 and includes all materials, lunch and facility
fee. The course also covers the necessary requirements for the
Florida Safe Boating card, now required for boaters 21 years
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celebrating Florida Light-
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what they're afraid of.
"People are telling me, if
they say something, there's re-
taliation," Clottey responded.
Gooding said anyone who
wants to remain anonymous
doesn't have to give his name
when making the complaint.
"We want the call. By not
calling, they don't help us.
And calling you three days
later doesn't help us," Good-
ing said.
BSO gets anonymous
calls all day long, he said,
citing residents calling about
violations of water restrictions
as the best example.
Clottey persisted. "My
constituents are uneasy, and
we have to solve this."
She mentioned the Silver
Shores community where
there were reports of five or
six car burglaries..
Gooding said, "There
weren't five or six car bur-
glaries. There were two car
burglaries. A third one was


Tyler
Continued from page I
each carried the faulty gene
that causes Hurler. And
until he was about two years
old, except for repeated ear
infections, Tyler seemed to
be progressing normally. "It
may be he wasn't as active as
some kids his age but when
it was discovered, he had all
the symptoms of the disease
except that mentally he was
fine," his mother says. "He
was a very, very good baby
and seemed to have a normal
development, so we were
taken aback (when the syn-
drome was diagnosed)."
Hurler is caused when the
body lacks the enzyme that


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reported 10 days after the
occurrence. Rumors abound.
If the people would call me,
as opposed to you, maybe we
could get the facts."
Vice Mayor Jerry Mclntee
said he had calls about loud
music after recent downtown
events. He suggested the de-
partment buy a decibel meter.
Gooding said that could
be done, but his department
didn't get one call about
noise after recent St. Patrick's
Day and weekend outdoor
events. "If we do, we go and
give them a warning. If they
don't follow it, we shut them
down."


breaks down sugar molecules.
Without this enzyme, sugar
builds up in the body damag-
ing internal organs, causing
deafness, arthritic joints and
eventually affecting the brain.
The most obvious physical
symptom is an extremely low
nose bridge. The longer it
goes undetected, the more ir-
reversible damage is done.
"It's a time sensitive
disease," Trenace said. "The
stem cell transplant will stop
the progression and hopefully
his body will begin making
the enzyme."
Although the Walkers
have good insurance cover-
age through BSO, the cost
of Tyler's treatment will be
astronomical, maybe as much


Said Clottey, "Police
won't do anything if they
don't have complaints. If
people won't call police, what
are we supposed to do? We're
not a honky-tonk town. We all
like to go down to the square
for a good time. But there has
to be a limit."
Clottey said she planned
to ask for the town's noise
ordinance to be rewritten so
code enforcement officers
can measure the noise level.
Commissioners unanimously
agreed to do that.
Gooding encouraged
residents to call the BSO non-
emergency number at 954-
765-4321, or 954-275-9939
to reach the sergeant or shift
commander or, in case of an
emergency, call 911.
He said he spoke recently
at the Palm Club, where a
resident said he spotted some-
one on his porch.late at night
but didn't report it. "That is a
911 call," Gooding said. "If
someone is in your yard at 2
a.m. or knocking at your door,
call 911 ."


as $500,000 for the transplant
alone and then unknown
amounts for the medications
and physical therapy.
"We can't project the
future," Trenace said. "But
thankfully there is treatment."
Persons who would like
to donate to Tyler's medi-
cal expenses can do so at TD
Bank c/o Tyler, 3325 W. Hills-
boro Blvd., Deerfield Beach,
Fl 33442 and Tyler's progress
can be viewed at www.car-
ingbridge.org where.Trenace
enters weekly updates.
In April, BSO Division 10
in Deerfield Beach will hold
a car wash to raise funds for
Tyler and some deputies are
planning a trip to St. Peters-
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He has eschewed the
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high-priced presentations
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eatery that is remarkably clean
and welcoming.
There are only four indoor
tables and a few barstools
overlooking the kitchen area.
The stools are the best
seats in the house to watch
Vega prepare his many
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menu will change every week
to offer new choices to our
customers" states Vega while
preparing a huge platter of
steamed mussels.
Saut6ed in a white wine,
sliced garlic, chopped onion,
paprika and lemon sauce, the


mussels explode with flavors
and are a must for seafood
lovers.
With a large portion priced
under $9, Candela is an ideal
choice for good food without
paying exorbitant prices.
In this same vein, Vega
prepares a butterflied pan


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seared trout filet.
The skin is outlandishly
crispy while the fish itself is
moist and flaky.
Infused with garlic and
lemon, it comes served with


any choice of made-to-order
potatoes.
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Broward is eligible for
$237,161.
"This is not a new pro-
gram, just a new source of
funding," said Susan Oliver,
public affairs team leader
at the United States Justice
Department.
Obama promised a swift
response to funding applica-
tions, saying the Justice De-
partment would "start getting
the money out the door within
15 days."
Funding must be used
for law enforcement, crime
prevention programs or the ju-
dicial system. "As long as it's
within the legal parameters of
how to use funds it shouldn't
be an issue," said Oliver.
Broward and its qualifying
agencies will have to apply
for grants together.


The State of Florida is eli-
gible for $81.5 million, which
it will disperse to counties.
"We know how much total
were going to get but I have
not run a detail listing of how
much each county will get,"
said Clayton Wilder, grants
office administrator at the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement.
"We have a couple people
working on it to make sure
we get our fair share. We'd
be remiss not to get whatever
we can," said Jim Leljedal,
spokesperson for the Broward
Sheriff's Office, who added
that BSO is looking to im-
prove programs and hire more
deputies but it hasn't decided
exactly how it will spend any
funds. Leljedal said BSO had
not yet contacted the county
regarding JAG.
Deerfield, Pompano and
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, or L-
B-T-S, all contract with BSO


for police services but L-B-T-
S is not eligible for direct JAG
funding.
Lighthouse Point, which
has its own police department,
also did not qualify for fund-
ing.
Agencies not eligible may
still be able to get funding
from county or state alloca-


tions.
Leljedal says the cit-
ies BSO serves will get the
specific funding earmarked
for them but that cities also
served by BSO, which don't
get money, will still "benefit
from whatever enhancements
we achieve as a whole."


McClellan
Continued from page 6
Pompano. During those many years, until his death in 1958,
Dr. McClellan was faithful to us.
The little office is to be a museum dedicated to Dr. Mc-
Clellan and his family. It is owned by Dr. David Brown who is
helping us list it on the Register. Now I need to hear from other
who knew Dr. McClellan. Please send me your story about this
Pompano Pioneer.
I would like to include theses stories a book, Remembering
Dr. McClellan. If your contribution is used in the book, you
will be acknowledged. I would like them by Junel, 2009, if
possible. (Please include your full name, address, phone num-
ber, and email address with your stories. You may send them
by email or regular mail to the addresses below:
Email: mmshadoin@bellsouth.net
Regular mail: Mrs. Margaret Shadoin, 600 NE 4th Street,
Pompano Beach, Fl 33060

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Sholom
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Combining song, prayer,
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ity and teach participants to
smile during these difficult
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Rabbi Mark offering contem-
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Honey Roasted Pit Ham
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specialty - the Oven RoasteUd
Center Cut Pork Loin.
Smothered in a red wine,
mushroom and thyme sauce,
the wonderfully tender pork
meat can literally be cut with
a spoon.
Crispy on the outside and
juicy on the inside, this dish
might make vegetarians
reconsider their whole
philosophy.
"The flavor profile of my
dishes is comparable to any
expensive restaurant" says
Vega, "but I try to keep
everything under $15."
Most entrees are priced
between $6 and $15.
In a nod to his country
of birth, Vega also brings
contemporary Cuban cuisine
to his menu.
The Vaca Frita con Frijoles
is a delicious preparation of
shredded beef cooked through
then pan seared with onion,
garlic, wine, lemon, peppers
and capers.
"I thought the capers would
be a great addition. This is
a typical Cuban dish with a
twist," he says.
Armando Vega is a man who
is clearly passionate about his
food. He showed me he had a
few more tricks up his sleeve
when he brought out a few


The butterflied pan seared-trout filet is moist and flavorful and served with
freshly made fries.


Tapas style appetizers.
The Fried Yucca Sticks
with aioli and the Roasted
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were just a few of the novel
plates available.
"This place has the best
food in town. I wish I could
keep it a secret" said local
resident Laura Ferrel who
happened to drop in to pick
up a lunch special composed
of tender NY strip steak, rice,


beans, sweet plantains and
lemon.
"It is so good and the price
is unbeatable. I come several
times a week."
Candela also serves a tasty
breakfast fare and offers full
catering services and large
authentic Paellas for private
parties.
Don't forget to try one
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Holy Week
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cordially invites the public to
attend each of its Holy Week
Services.
On Sunday, April 5, Holy
Week services begin with
Palm/Passion Sunday, fea-
turing a procession of palms
at both the 8:30 and 10:30
a.m. services.
Ann Grainger, Elder and
lector, along with Interim Pas-
tor, Dr. Dwyn Mounger, will
read the Passion narrative of
St. Mark. Holy Communion


is open to all who have been
baptized in any Christian
tradition.
Dr. Mounger's sermon
will be entitled "Spilled
Wine".
On Maundy Thursday,
April 9, at 7 p.m. in the
Sanctuary, there will be a
brief, solemn Eucharist as a
reminder of the Last Supper.
On Easter Sunday, April
12, services are at 8:30 and
10:30 a.m.
Brass instrumentalists and
the pipe organ will accom-
pany choir and worshipers in
hymns and anthems.
The 10:30 a.m. service
will end with an open invita-
tion for worshipers to come


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forward to join the choir in
singing the Hallelujah Chorus
from G. F. Handel's Messiah.
A nursery will be pro-
vided free of charge during all
services. Parking is readily
available and complimentary.
Community Presbyterian
Church is located at the beach
on A1A and SE 5th Street
(5 blocks south of Hillsboro
Boulevard), Deerfield Beach.
Please call the church office at
954-427-0222 for more info
and/or visit www.communi-
tych.org.
Easter Sunrise
The Lost and Found
Church, Pompano Beach, will
hold an Easter Sunrise service
at the Hillsboro Inlet Park at
6:45 a.m. The park is located
across from the Hillsboro
Lighthouse. Call 954-943-
0040.
Episcopal
St. Nicholas Episcopal
Church will hold Palm Sunday
services at 8 and 10 a.m. at
1111 E. Sample Road. Sta-
tions of the Cross will take
place at 6 p.m. on April 8.
Maundy Thursday services are
qt 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. This ser-
vice includes the foot washing
rite.
Good Friday services are
on April 10 from noon to 1
p.m.
Easter Sunday services are
at 8 and 10 a.m.
Methodist
Christ Church will host
Easter Sunrise services at 6:45
a.m. at Church Church Park,
4845 NE 25 Ave., Fort Lauder-
dale. Congregants are invited
to join others for a breakfast at
7:30 a.m. A traditional Com-
munion Service will be held at
the Pompano Beach Chapel,
210 NE 3 St., Pompano Beach
at 8 a.m. Call 954-771-7300.
Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church,
2331 NE 26 St., Pompano
Beach, will hold Palm ,Sunday
services at 8, 9 and 11:30 a.m.
Maundy Thursday services
with communion takes place at
7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Good
Friday services begin at noon
in the sanctuary. Easter servic-
es will be offered at 9 and 11
a.m. Call 954-941-2308.


The Pelican will list Easter
services for Broward County
churches. Please fax times and
dates to 954-783-0093.


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Rotarians
gather for
barbecue
Tom and Carla Latta
hosted a barbecue for Deer-
field Beach Rotarians Sunday
in their beautiful waterfront
home in Lighthouse Point.
On the menu, steaks, Caesar
salad and rice pilaf, made
from scratch by Reina Khoury
as well as delectable desserts
contributed by club mem-
bers. Head cook was Michel
Khoury photographed in his
chef's toque, at right, with
Don Kolb who was sporting
his own special cap.


Photos
courtesy of
Barry Degner


Club president Val Hackett
and her husband, Jack
Reina Khoury and host
Tom Latta.

- tST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGRY
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Holy Vigil for PALM SUNDAY: Saturday 4:30 p.m. (English); 6:30 p.m. (Spanish)
Week PALM SUNDAY at 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon (English)
April 7: Tuesday: Tenebrae at 7:30 p.m. (Bilingual)
April 9: HOLY THURSDAY at 7:30 p.m. (Bilingual)
April 10: GOOD FRIDAY at 3 p.m. (Engnuh) and 6:30 p.m. (Spanish); 7:30 p.m. (outdoor living station)
April 11: Saturday, BLESSING OF THE EASTER BASKETS at 12:30 p.m.
EASTER VIGIL at 7:30 p.m. (Trilingual service)
April 12: EASTER SUNDAY: 7 a.m. Sunrise Mass (outside on the field -bring a chair)
9 & 10:30 a.m. (English) 12 noon (Spanish)
Easter Egg Hunt, 11:30 a.m. on the field
33313 N.E. 10th Terrace, Pompano Beach 954-941-8117 ,


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Easter egg hunt for children after the service
- Aamc BinId.- Children Welcome To Service
| Z|? I Call 954-601-7791
For More Information
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LCS]SUe WorshipSIn Yo~g~mur Com-ugugqity


JEWISH CENTER
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
(954) - 942-6410
www.templesholomflorida.org

ST. COLEMAN
Roman Catholic Church
1200 S. Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach
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
954-942-3533


CHRIST CHURCH

UNITED METHODIST
SUNDA Y WORSHIP- 8:00 A.M.
TRADITIONAL COMMUNION SERVICE
210 N.E. 3RD STREET - POMPANO BEACH
954-943-0404
www.echristchurch.org

DIVINE MERCY
New Catholic Communities
Friday Lenten Service - 7 P.M.
Sunday Mass - 10:30 A.M.
Tuesday Evening Healing Prayer - 7 P.M.
SERVING THE ELDERLY ** FEEDING THE HOMELESS
2749 NE Tenth Ave.
Wilton Manors, FL 33334
954-567-1930
www.newdivinemercy.org


Unitarian Universalist Church

of Fort /' Lauderdale
Open Open
Hearts Mnds
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.org

There's always Something MORE at p O A I A i
Irst Bapt(st urdi
Sunday Service Times --' "
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


Your neighborhood church


is just 7


Whether you are a seasoned Christian or a curious observer with
little religious background, we invite 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
954-942-1216 www.PompanoChurch.com


"YourneighborhooOlchurch."


First Presbyterian Church
"The Pink Church" Sering God andthe community for 50years
2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach * 954-941-2308
,6 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.com

"I was a stranger and you took me in..."
-Matt. 25:35
(We ome~ ome Sundays:

tO St, .ffVic la$ Children's Programs 10:30 am
'EpiscoparChurch AE ,: o
Adult Ed 9:30
Thursday:
Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm Followed Bible Study
Sat. 10-1pm * Sun. 12-1pm Folowed B Bible Study
1111 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 * 954-942-5887


St. Philip
Episcopal Church
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.

ST. ELIZABETH
4 OF HUNGRY
ROMAN CATHOLIC
CHURCH
Sat. Evening Vigil: 4:30 pm i .1wi pm i pwau'h)
Sun. Mass Schedule 7:30 am * 9:00 am
10:30 am* 12 Noon
Weekday 8:00 am 5:30 pm
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


minutes away.


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Deerfield Beach business owners committed to finding


Breast Cancer cure and improving the environment


Olympia Flame Diner
collects used cell
phones for ACS
Making Strides Walk
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Deerfield Beach business
owners, Patty & Jeff Miranda
have a deep personal
connection to finding a cure
for breast cancer. Five years
ago the Miranda's cousin
passed away at age 45 from
breast cancer. Two years
later, her cousin's husband
suffered a fatal heart attack


leaving two children without
parents. The Miranda's,
already parents of three boys,
decided to adopt the children,
Alexis (now 12) and Hunter
(now 11).
Since then, their family and
friends, have supported the
American Cancer Society's,
or ACS, "Making Strides
Against Breast Cancer'
campaign. "This cause is very
near and dear to us. We want
it to have a positive influence
and meaning for all our
children," say the Mirandas.
Patty Miranda's family


Come and meet Mr. & Mrs. Bunny at ...


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Saturday, April 4

S 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Pompano Beach Amphitheatre ,nv--
1801 N.E. 6th Street
* Join us for Children's Activities * Bounce House *
* Face Painting * Refreshments and more *
* Magic Show 11:30 a.m. & 12:15 p.m. *
Admission: $2 donation per child or
2 Canned goods for the needy.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.












Early Bird Classic Popcorn & Drink $4 Mon-Thur Before 5PM


* Monsters vs Aliens - PG


* Race to Witch Mountain - PG

* Fast and Furious - PG-13
* 12 Rounds - PG-13

*The Haunting in Connecticut - PG-13

* Duplicity - PG-13
* Knowing - PG-13


* Taken - PG-13


* Sunshine Cleaning - R

* Adventureland - R

* I Love You Man - R

* Last House on the Left - R

* Watchmen - R


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Patty and Jeff Miranda (center) with The Lighthouse Point LifeSavers team pictured at the 2008 MSABC


owns the Olympia Flame
Diner in Deerfield Beach
and Jeff Miranda's family
owns OK Tires in Pompano
Beach. Both businesses are
conducting a cell phone
recycling fundraiser, to
help the environment, while
proceeds will help fund the
American Cancer Society's
Making Strides campaign.
Customers can drop off cell


phones at either location
during business hours. Over
140 cell phones have been
collected since the start of
the campaign.
The ACS Making Strides
Walk takes place in Mizner
Park, Boca Raton on Oct.
17. The Miranda's and
their friends formed a
walking team in 2007, The
Lighthouse Point LifeSavers.


c\Ye' h er Ihc -;oimd of the
turtle Kce2p thcnm f~.plea~k.


So far, the team has raised
over $11K.
For details of how to join
the team call Patty Miranda
(954) 294-3414 or to become
a corporate sponsor/organize
a walking team, call Ingrid
Bowman 561-394-7751 ext.
5308.



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The City of Pompano Beach wishes to extend a huge
Thank You to our Sponsors of the Yuletide On Atlantic Celebration
for their generous donations and support for this event


ACAI Associates, Inc.
Advanced Roofing, Inc.
Ahearn Jasco & Company, PA
Albertson's Food & Drug Store
Allied Appraisal Services, Inc.
Alvin J Tight II DDS MS
American Battery/Deka
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 142
American Legion Post 142
Architectural Foam Supply, Inc.
Arizona Beverage
Arle Compressor Systems Corp.
Atlantic Industrial Services
Bailey & Bailey Law Offices, PA
Bateman, Gordon & Sands
Beach Raker-Beach Cleaning
& Environmental Services
Briny Irish Pub
Broten Garage Door Sales
BSO District 11
CDM
Certified Roofing Specialists, Inc.
Chuck's Backhoe Service
Comet Fence Corporation
CopyRight
Coral Cadillac Hummer
Costco
Costume World
CrowderGulf Disaster
Debris Management
Current Builders Of Florida
Custom Fabrication
CVS
Deauville Plaza Apartments
Doc's Plumbing
Driscoll's Towing
East Coast Contractors


Edco Awards
Endicott Electric Vehicles
Endicott Nissan
F.A. Johnson, Inc.
Fast Signs
First Class European
Authorized Coachworks
Florida Electric Contracting Service, Inc.
Forest Lawn Funeral Home
& Memorial Gardens
Fort Lauderdale Collections
dba Ultimate Motors, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale Ice
Frank Furman Insurance
Garden Isles Civic Association
GFA International
Gianni's Ristorante 1601 Restaurant
Gigs Up Productions
Gold Coast Beverage Distributors
Harbor Village Civic Association
J & J Products Unlimited, Inc.
John Knox Village
Keith &Associates, Inc.
Kelly's Chemical Supplies
Kennesaw Fruit & Juice Co.
Law Office Of Edward J. Chandler
Lou Bachrodt Chevrolet -
Maurice Gray Associates, Inc.
McNeill Signs
Michael Farrell M.D. Medical Director
Modern Concrete Products, Inc.
Nextran Truck Center
Nu Turf Of Pompano Beach
Overhead Door Company
Parrish Nursery, Inc.
Pat's Place
Paul N Gardner Company


PCI
Pelican Newspaper
Pepsi
Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce
Pompano Beach
Employee Credit Union
Pompano Citi Centre
Pompano Ford Lincoln Mercury
Pompano Ford Lincoln Mercury
Pompano Honda
Pompano Times
Poms Enterprises, Inc.
Publix
Restaurant Depot
Sands Hotel
Sea Diversified, Inc.
Sea World
Seafood Distributors, Inc.
South Florida Windows & Doors
Southeast Truck Specialist
Southern Waste Systems
Stimpson Co., Inc.
The Body Spot
The Isle Casino & Racing
at Pompano Park
Trio Development Corp
Umberto's Pizzeria
Unique Rabbit Studios
US Foods
Walgreen's
Wal-Mart
Walters- Zackria Associates
Waste Management
William A Webb & Associates, LLC
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.


A Big thank you to the Yuletide On Atlantic Committee, City Staff, Boy Scout Troop 512
The Pompano Pelican, Goodyear Airship Operations, Volunteers, The Pompano Beach .Exchange Club,
and BSO District 11 who worked to make this event a great success!

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EMPLOYMENT
HOME HEALTH AIDES/
CNA'S -Needed For Private
Duty Agency In Lighthouse
Point. Applications Accepted
Tuesday And Thursdays. Call
954-783-1998. DFWP. 4/10
DENTAL ASSIST/FRONT
DESK:Part-timereceptionist
needed for Endo Office in
Fort Lauderdale. Eve And
Some Sat. Some Dental
Assisting Knowledge
necessary. 561-386-0634.
04/03

TELEPHONE SALES!! Great
Part-Time. Job! Eves &
Sat Mornings. Immediate
Openings. $10-$14 Per Hr.
Renewing Accounts - No
Cold Calling! Experienced
Reps Only. Call Christi 754-
235-9556.4/3

SERVICES
HONESTHANDYMAN-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. 04/17
CONCEALED WEAPONS
PERMIT-Basicpistol instruction
for concealed carry permit. NRA
Certified. Instructor Frank 954-
551-2500. 4/3
EMERALD IRISH CLEANING
Easter Special!! $55-3 Hrs.
$70 - 4 Hrs. Est 20 Yrs.
English Speaking. Cleaning
Supplies. Hand Scrubbed
Floors.Service Guaranteed.
www.emeraldirishcleaning.
com. 954-524-3161. 04/10

HANDYMAN - 35 YEARS
EXPERIENCE. Carpentry,
Tile, Painting. Call 954-326-
2645. 4/10
TED'S MOVING..........NO
JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL.
LICENSE #MV81.........
LICENSED AND INSURED.
CALL TED 954-785-9722.
4/10

24 HOUR APPLIANCE -
REFRIG.,W/D, DW, Ranges,
Water Heaters, Disposals,Al
Major Appliances Repaired.
5Yr Guar. Lic/Ins. Free Est.
954-297-0475. 4/10


LET US...


HERE'S SOME ADVANTAGES:
*FULL SALES STAFF 7 DAYS A WEEK
-WE CAN TAKE A TRADE
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*WE CAN FINANCE IT
*WE'RE ALWAYS ADVERTISING
.WE OFFER A WARRANTY
-YOU GET A CHECK
FROM US HEADACHE FREE

CALL TODAY & ASK FOR JIM CARR
954-298-5315


A.A.G. CARPENTRY. We
Tackle Any Size Job. Big
& Small. Free Estimate.
Licensed & Insured. Arturo
954-783-6941 Cell 954-601-
7312. 4/3

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
SELL YOUR BUSINESS!!
Call Russell Cohen 954-
646-7651 -www.flabiz4sale.
comrcohen@tworld.com.
Transworld Business
Brokers Lic R.E. Broker
04/24

NEED EXTRA CASH? Start
Earning Immediately. Sell
Our Much Needed Household
Items. Quiet Quilter Box 23845
Fort Lauderdale FI 33307.
thequietquilter@yahoo.com.
4/3
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world. Manufactured locally.
STRATEGIC PARTNERS
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Com. 954-568-1991. C

OPEN HOUSE
POMPANO 710 N Ocean
Blvd. The Breakers. Sat
1-4pm. This 2/2 Condo
Directly On The Sand Has
2 Balconies With Ocean
Views. Parking on 1st Floor
Unit 103 On 2nd Floor.
Camille Hall Balistreri Realty
954-254-2085.4/3

POMPANO BEACH JAMAICA
HOUSE Sunday 1-4pm. 305 N
Pompano Beach Blvd. 1 & 2
Bedrooms. Starting at $300,000
To $365,000. Ocean Views.
Camille Hall Balistreri Realty
954-254-2085.


0a Upholstery
ert Carpet
ar et & Tile

S3nng
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FREE Estimates
954-383-5054


HOUSE FOR SALE
POMPANO - FOR SALE 55+
Leisureville 2/2/1 With Family
Room, No Landlease, free golf,
etc. etc. $99,900.954-784-7150.
04/03
LEISUREVILLE HOUSE 3/2,
Garage, Everything Updated.
Buy For$125,000. Lease $1200
Owner Pays Maintenance. Also
Beach Condo $265,000. 954-
781-6902. 4/3
DEERFIELD BEACH - MUST
SEE. EAST OF FED. HWY.
2/1. Sunroom. Garage. Central
A/C. Close to Beach, Shopping
and Restaurants. New 40-year
dimensional roof. $250K. Call
561-901-3802.. C

CONDOS FOR
SALE
POMPANO BEACH By
Owner. Very Clean 2/2 On
Riverside Drive. Beautiful
22' Patio On ICW. 2 Blocks
To Beach. $219,000. Call
954-942-2539.4/24

FOR SALE BY OWNER -
CenturyVillage Deerfield 1/1.
New Carpet, Paint, Ceiling
Fans & Light Fixtures. Extra
Clean. $29,900. 561-271-
4761. 4/10

POMPANO 1201 N RIVERSIDE
DR#10.1/1 OnThelntracoastal.
Fabulous Water & Pool Views.
Camille Hall Balistreri Realty.
954-254-2085. 4/3
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
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Apt On 14th Street By The
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2600. Ask for George. 3/27 C

HOMES FOR RENT
POMPANO - FOR RENT 55+
Leisureville 2/2/1 With Family
Room. Includes Lawn & Exterior
Maint., Golf, Water, Sewer,
Trash, Pools, Etc. $875 Mo.
954-784-7150. 04/03
POMPANO LEISUREVILLE
55+. 1/1 750 Sq Ft $700. 2/1
Unfurnished $775. 2/2 Carport
$900.2/2 Carport$1100. Realty
3000 561-866-3839.44/10
LIGHTHOUSE POINT 2BD/
2BA Furnished. Sitting Room,
Den, Large Covered Patio, Pool,
Garage. ManyAmenities. Month
Or Annual. 954-818-2388. 4/3

CONDOS FOR
RENT
POMPANO BEACH CONDO
2/1 Nicely Furnished. New
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24hr Security. $1350 Month.
954-946-3673. 4/10

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2/1 Furnished On Golf
Course. New Berber
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Immaculate. Includes Golf,
Water, Pools, Many More
Amenities. $725 Month
954-426-4899 Or 954-806-
0504. 4/24

POMPANO BEACH 1 Block
To Ocean. 1/1 Fully Furnished.
Full Cable. Impact Windows/
Doors. Pool/Laundry. April Thru
December $950.954-540-9724.
4/10
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ToThe Beach. Large Condo
1/1 Unfurnished. Laundry
Room W/D. Refrig., Stove,
A/C. 2nd Floor. Available
Now. 6 Unit Bldg. 954-785-
7657. Pets OK. $850 Mo
Yrly. 4/3


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2 Bedroom - Furnished/
Unfurnished. Annual
Starting At $750 Per Month.
Ruthie Brooks Balistreri
Realty 954-803-4174. 4/03

POMPANO BEACH -
CRITERION Oceanfront
2BR/3Bath + Den. Partially
Furnished. ICW Views!!
24 Hour Security. Yearly
$2000 + Utilities. 954-562-
1921 4/17

POMPANO BEACH LARGE
2/2 Unfurnished. Just
Remodeled. Golf Course
View. Laundry Room. Small
Pet OK. $975 Month. 954-
856-4794. 4/3

FURNISHEDWATERFRONT
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Covered Parking, Heated
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Yrly. 631-885-3342. 4/10

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Yrly. 954-263-7129.

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Month + Utilities. Call 954-
532-0117. 4/10

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1/1.5 (Large Rooms) A/C,
Updated Kitchen, Screened
Patio. $850 Month. 954-943-
3644 Bill. 4/10

POMPANO1/1 ONLAKE-New
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Completely Tiled. Laundry
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Pet OK. $800 Mo. 954-942-
2025. 4/3


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$800 Month. Available Now.
954-263-0825. 4/3

APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
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545-5599. 04/24

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954-520-1777. 04/03

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954-941-8731. 04/10

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electric, cable, water. Owner
Agent 954-608-7368. 4/3

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-Nice. $2000 Month. 954-
868-5560. 04/17 C

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1 Bath. East Of Federal. Walk
To Everything. Tiled, Patio.
$700 Mo. F/L/S. 954-295-8908.
04/10


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KING $180. FRAMES $30.00.
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: Room additions a
* Interior buildouts
. Emergency Generators
* Phone Outlets
0 Home Theatres
* Special Event wiring


Friday, April 3, 2009


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