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Hometown News & Views


PELICAN WRITER
It's safe to say a TV show's qual-
ity is all in the eyes of the viewer. Take
Police Women ofBroward County for
example. The TLC series, airing here
Thursday at 9 p.m., films four female
BSO deputies as they take down drug
dealers, bust up gangs, collar rapists and
conduct stings. The girls are athletic,
tough talking and really good looking.
Does real crime leave viewers with
positive or negative feelings?
Last week, Pompano Beach Mayor
Lamar Fisher requested that his city not
be portrayed on future episodes after
resident Vincente Thrower expressed
his displeasure with the show.
Fisher says he "absolutely" agrees
with Thrower and others he has spoken
with who feel showing Pompano's 'un-
der belly' does the city no good.
"It disturbs me the way it portrays
Pompano Beach as a crime-infested
area, Thrower said. "We are trying to

t)develo eas to come to Pompano. It

ity The shodupmduars RMyw
intends to portray women in a male-
dominated profession holding their own
- perhaps more than holding their own.
They are smart, they are glib, they are
quick to action.
-
At a school m Mesquite, TX a
teacher uses the episodes to show her
girls there is more to life than finding
boyfriends and having babies.
"We've gotten positive feedback
from all over the nation," BSO spokes-
man Mike Jachles said. "These are four
dedicated female deputies putting their
See COPS on page 2


Golden Square rental community, a $28.08 million project of the Pompano Beach Housing Authority and Pinnacle Housing Group opened last weekend.
Rental units begin at $742 per month. Applicants must meet income guidelines..The 302 community apartments include a pool, community buildings,
clubhouse and a fitness center. Units are available in one to four bedrooms. The project replaced lost housing by Hurricane Wilma. City and county
officials gathered at the grand opening for the official ribbon cutting to dedicate the clubhouses to the late A.L. Stein, former executive director of the
Pompano Beach Housing Authority and Jimmy Glenn, retired educator and housing authority officials. Funding sources are Clubank [$6.4 millionJ,
MMA Financial [$20.94], HUD [$610,703] and Broward County [$125,000]. [Staff photos]


Cop show giving

Pompano a bad

image? Depends
on whom you ask
By Judy Wilson 5


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By Anne Siren
PECAN STAFF
Pompano Beach government
meetings will soon be available on
demand through personal computers
and in some cases, telephones.
Commissioners approved fund-
ing of $14,000 for hardware, software
and training for city employees to film
and load meetings for web streaming.
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Vol. X\\Issue 40


Lighthouse Point ordinance

b ans consignment shop 8 .

But change may be on the way
By Judy Wilson But her ho es of ening a store
PELICAN WRITER that would cater to women looking for
Carolyn Furst calls herself the bargains of good, recycled clothing
has met a major obstacle.
'consignment queen,' and although a
The City of Lighthouse Point has
number of her friends might take is-
sue with her self-proclaimed royalty, an ordinance that prohibits the sale of
h d h b
second-hand goods, unless for chari-
i


t ey o support er attempt to rng
an upscale consignment store to
Lighthouse Point.
"We all know clothes," Furst said
of her friends who are eager to be
employees at her new venture.


table purposes.
Furst appeared before the ci
commission in August and agam last
week to ask for relief. With two of the
commissioners Sandy Johnson and
See CONSIGNMENT on page 17


Nelson's Diner makes big debut


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Continued from page 1
lives on the line every day to
,,
keep our community safe.
Jachles thinks the police
women are good role mod-
els. They are getting noticed
around town and on their own
time, appearat charity events
and fundraiser.
The four women are
ethnically divers<: one, a
blond bombshell, another is
Hispanic, another is Black and
another a girl-next-door type.
The producers strive to
show their softer sides too.


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
The first steps have been
taken to revitalize a long
vacant store on US 1. Light-
house Point City Commis-
sioners have approved a plat
that will eventually allow
a 17,500 square foot office
building and studio at 5050
N. Federal Highway, once an
Ethan Allen furniture show-
room.
.
Local approval ls the first
of many Record Enterprise
Television, Inc. will need in
order to open administrative
offices and a studio in the
long neglected building.
Marty Lamia, of Crain
Atlantis Engineering, who is
working the plat through the
governmental process, said
no variances are required and


the plat won't be denied at the
county level. Some changes
in traffic flow are included in
the plat which is reviewed by
dozens of agencies before the
building cari be remodeled. It
will eventually come before
the LHP Community Appear-
ance Board and Planning and
Zoning.
"It's going to be a beauti-
ful building. A tremendous
improvement to the center,"
Lamia said.

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ney are mothers, sisters
and homemakers who bal-
ance tough careers with those
duties. In today's world, they
seem far more relevant than
crime-fighters of yesteryear
like Charlie's Angels.
But Thrower thinks their
'soft side' is harsher than it
needs to be. He.says the wom-
en use excessive force and foul
language. Police Women of
Broward County website fea-
tures a greeting from SheriffAl
Lamberti. The docudramas are
filmed in several cities where
BSO handles law enforcement,
although Pompano Beach gets
most of the action.


Thrower especially objects
to the opening statement that
says ". . we patrol the tough-
est neighborhoods in the whole
,,
country.
Said Thrower, "I don't
want them in Pompano
Beach."
While BSO does not earn
any fees from the show, it
has become an opportunity to
spotlight the agency nation-
ally. "Certainly it shows we
are a professional law enforce-
ment agency. BSO has always
been well respected in the law
enforcement community, but
.
this exposure puts us m the
,,
spotlight all over the country,
Jachles said-
So far, eight one-hour
episodes have been aired with
only two more in the can.
Locally, no one can say if
more shows will be shot here.
The producers in California
did not respond to questions by
press time.


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By Anne Siren
PECAN STAFF
It began as a whimsi-
cal idea-to throw an after-
noon party on the water. But
whimsy is already demanding

an eo bie Dockswell will
once again chair Music on the

BW tle Octl. 30 at the Atlantic
enue, Pompano Beach from 6
to 9 p.m.
Dockswell is lining up
restaurant owners to feed the
crowds, and she says the deal
is sweet.
Restaurant space is free
and the event offers exposure
that often pays off.
Jason Spiro, manager of
Romatico Ristorante, 1903
E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano
Beach, invited everyone to
visit his restaurant after they


legs in the sense that it is go-
ing to get bigger and bigger as
it goes on," Brown.
Steve Spaulding, com-
munity developer coordinator,
says, "We are building on the
event we had in May. It's a

g eaeopppo uenityltp1show at
learn about some of these
ro cts we have in the works

Entrance to the event is
open and free to the public.
Vendors will charge varying
prices for their wares. Wine
and other beverages will be
available for purchase.
To participate in Music on
the Water, Oct. 30, call 954-
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The event is funded by
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This year, patrons of
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pELICAN STAFF
Walk the walk with a
group of about 4,000 people
whose combined efforts raised
$400,000 during last year's
annual fund raiser to help cure
breast cancer.
On Oct. 17, individu-
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"My obsession to help
cure breast cancer began
when I lost my cousin Kathy
to the disease. She was like
a sister to me. She was only
45 and cancer took her life in
six months from detection to
death. She left two small chil-
dren behind. Unbelievably,
their father died two years
later of a heart attack."
With a sigh, she con-
tinues. "My cousin had two
wishes which were to have us
care for her children and to
spread the word about breast
cancer and the need for a cure.
I've tried to fulfill both of
those requests. My husband,
Jeff, and I adopted her two
children right after our own
third child was born. Jeff is a
wonderful husband and father.
Together we parent our five
children. Alex is 15, Alexis is
13, Hunter is 12, Gregory is 7
and Evan is 3."

See STRIDES on page 5


Friday, October 2, 2009


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a classic car show at Wahoo
Sports Bar & Grill. We raised
$3,500 and every penny went
to the American Cancer So-
ciety Making Strides Against
Breast Cancer. Our second
event is on going. We collect
and sell used cell phones, con-
tributing all proceeds. So far
we've collected 400 phones.
Anyone wishing to help can
drop their cell off with Sue
Hoffman at the Olympia
Flame Diner, 80 S. Federal
Hwy. in Deerfield Beach
or Pompano O.K. Tires at
Sample and Dixie Highway."
The group's most recent
fundraiser was a luau on Sept.
18 at the LHP Yacht & Rac-
quet Club. The affair was at-
tended by 130 people dressed
in island fashions.
Miranda says, "The guests
were all on hand to celebrate
cancer survivors, encour-
age patients and remember
loved ones while striding one
step closer to finding a cure
for breast cancer. We had a
lovely dinner, danced, enjoyed
raffles and auctions and raised
$7,500."
For more information on
participation in the Oct. 17
walk, forming a team, dona-
tions or sponsorship, call
954-294-3414 or log on to:
http://making strides.ascev-
ents.org/southpalmbeach


competitive 5K walk that
begins at 9 a.m.
Patty Miranda of Light-
house Point, chair of this
massive event, bubbles over
with enthusiasm for the cause.
"It's a sight to behold," she
says, "and as the chairman of
this year's event I intend to
make it the biggest success
yet. Our walking path takes us
through the beautiful neigh-
borhood around Mizner Park.
The walkers get their own
sponsors and pledges. The
amazing part is that much is
done on line and many dona-
tions are made voluntarily
by total strangers who want
to support the event because
they, too, have lost someone
to breast cancer. "
Miranda and Janis
Sreenan head up the LHP Life
Savers, a walking team of 12
men and women who came
together in 2007 to help cure
breast cancer. Miranda says,
"We actually walk once a
year, and this year there will
be at least 30 walkers in our
LHP Life Savers group. We
fund raise throughout the
year. Our first fund raiser was


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high energy, attractive young
business woman who, along
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with fanuly, runs the Olym-
pia Flame Diner how she got
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special "dress out day" which
is the day they can come to
school without uniforms on.
They'll be joining many of the
other children teams that walk
with us on Oct. 17.
Miranda has been able
to honor her cousin Kathy's
wishes. "I wanted to be sure
' that Kathy was not forgotten.
I was lucky to meet a breast
cancer survivor who inspired
me to get involved in Making
Strides Agains.t Breast Cancer.
I encourage Pelican readers to
JOin Our team or create thek
own adding to the numbers
of us dedicated to eradicating
breast cancer.
Thank you Patty Miranda,
Janis Sreenen and the LHP
Life Savers for many volun-
teer efforts and dollars.to help
find a cure for breast cancer.


Strides
Continued from page 4
Even though she is active-
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Diner, she manages to make
dinner for her family five
nights a week. "Fortunately
I love cooking," she says. I
make Greek and Italian meals
which honors both sides of
our marriage. We're a very
busy household. The children
all have their duties to help
kee things running smoothly.
And they, too, are involved
in the fight to cure breast
cancer. They've started a
walking*team at their school'
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Talk it over with Commissioner
.
Kristin Jacobs at Deerfield site
Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs will host a town hall meet-
ing Thursday, Oct. 15, at 6:30 p.m. at the School House at the City of Deerfield
Beach, 150 NE 2 Avenue, Deerfield Beach.
Those unable to attend the town hall meeting, should email Kristin at
kjacobs@broward.org or phone 954-351-7002 for an appointment to discuss
specific issues and concerns.
Art auction to benefit clients of

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Art lovers are invited for hor d'oeuvres at St. Lawrence Gallery to meet
artist Robert Dorman and buy a raffle ticket for this 18x24 original oil, IfShe's
Happy, We're Happy, completed after Dorman's.visit to the H&H grounds at
Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek.
The raffle and auction will benefit Horses & the Handicapped, a program of
therapeutic riding for physically and mentally disabled persons.
In addition, a limited number of giclee prints will be for sale, signed by the
artist.
H&H receives 50 percent of the raffle proceeds, 30 percent of all giclee
print sales, and 10 percent of all gallery sales that evening, Friday, Oct. 16 from
6 to 9 p.m. at Lawrence Gallery, 3556 N. Ocean Blvd. Fort Lauderdale.

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PELICAN STAFF
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We present each ch-
ent with proof of purchase
which entitles them to this tax


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City inspectors not only
approved, but also praised
the workmanship of this
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According to Tremblay,
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The Lauderdale-By-The-
Sea Garden Club kicks off its
season Oct. 12 at 9:15 a.m.
at Jarvis Hall, 4501 Ocean
Drive, LBTS. This month's
speaker, Michele Williams,
director of Florida Atlan-
tic University's archeology
department, will discuss na-
tive and medicinal plants in
Florida.
The garden club is open
to all persons interested in
gardening. Meetings are open
to the public. Call 954-642-
8785.
.
Camping
.
equipment
matters
Join the Florida Trail
Blazers Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
at Fern Forest Nature Center,
201 Lyons Road South, Co-
conut Creek. This month the
club will discuss upcoming
activities and camping equip-
ment. Call 954-609-4727.

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will host a fine arts clearance
event at the ArtServe audio_
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Fort Lauderdale, from noon to
4 p.m. on Oct. 3.
Dozens of local artists
will offer original paintings,
prints, and photographs for
$200 or less.
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and the quality of the product.
The inspectors came and every-
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Reine LaRouche agrees
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FASt ACCESS
Continued from page 1
An additional $900 per month
was funded to produce the
meetings. Meetings will also
be archived.
Persons wanting to review
a meeting can access specific
meetings through the city's
website at mypompanobeach
org and click on the link '
"web-streaming.,,
"In today's society people
want fast and convenient
service. From computers to
cell phones, web streaming
falls in with immediate access


ers. King says that could be a
real lifesaver
"In an emergency we
could put a video message
on the front page of the city's
website. The use of this is
incredible," she added.


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Saturday from
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starting Oct. 31
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Pompano Beach Men's
Golf Ass'n. Sept 16, 2009
1st. Bill Clark, Bill Stiehm, Lou
Gallo, Dan Smith.................124
2nd Tom Oldensmith, Bill Oak-
ley, George Shouldis, Charles
Mennes .........................124
CLOSEST TO THE PIN
HOLE #7 . John Kapoukakis
Pompano Beach Women's
Golf Association Sept. 28
18 Holers
Low Net in Classes,
A- Kathy Stewart, Debi Ladig 68;
ManonBourgeois73-B-PattSessa66;
DianneLevanti73; Shirley O'Neill75
C- CarylGleason74;BettyHutchinson
75; Wiltrud Messinger 75: D Elaine
Schoengood 73, Yoko Mayeda 75,
Bea Haley 76:
9 11olers Low Gross in Class A
Gwen Jackson 57; Kathy Gardener
63; B Linda Howsare 59; Margot Von
Kaenel 63

Oktoberfest

event in

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The annual Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea celebration of
Oktoberfest is planned for
Sat., Oct. 17, starting at 6 p.m.
at Jarvis Hall. Each party-
goer is asked to bring a cov-
ered dish with a German flair
to share. There will be live
music and a Chinese auction.
The sponsors, the LBTS
PropertyOwnersAssociation,
invite all members, guests and
others looking for a good time
to attend.
For more information or
to get an idea of what food
to bring, call president Linda
Ritchie at 954-784-9495.
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For residents who want to
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also have the technology to
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Plantation; Quiet Waters Park,
401 S. Powerline Rd., Deer-
field Beach; Secret Woods
Nature Center, 2701 W. State
Rd. 84, Dania Beach; Snake
Warrior's Island, 3600 SW 62
Ave., Miramar; Tall Cypress
Natural Area, 3700 Turtle
Run Blvd., Coral Springs;


Tree Tops Park, 3900 SW 100
Ave., Davie; Vista View Park,
4001 SW 142 Ave., Davie;
West Lake Park/Anne Kolb
Nature Center, 751 Sheridan
St., Hollywood and Wood-
mont Natural Area, 7250 NW
80 Ave., Tamarac.


9501 Sheridan St., Cooper
City; C.B. Smith Park, 900
N. Flamingo Rd., Pembroke
Pines; Crystal Lake Sand Pine
Scrub Natural Area, 3299
NE 3 Ave., Pompano Beach;
Deerfield Island Natural Area,
1720 Deerfield Island Park,
Deerfield Beach; Easterlin
Park, 1000 NW 38 St., Oak-
land Park; Fern Forest Nature
Center, 201 Lyons Rd. South,
Coconut Creek; Helene Klein
Pineland Preserve, 4701 W.


Hillsboro Blvd., Coconut
Creek; Highlands Scrub Natu-
ral Area, 4050 N. Dixie Hwy.,
Pompano Beach; Hillsboro
Pineland Natural Area, 5591
NW 74 Pl., Coconut Creek;
Hollywood North Beach Park,
3601 N. Ocean Dr., Holly-
wood; Long Key Natural Area
and Nature Center, 3501 SW
130 Ave., Davie; Pine Island
Ridge, 3900 SW 100 Ave.,
Davie; Plantation Heritage
Park, 1100 S. Fig Tree Lane,


Effective Oct. 1, Broward
County regional parks, nature
centers and natural areas will
be closed on Tuesdays and
Wednesday due to Fiscal
Year 2010 budget reductions.
The following four County
parks, however, will continue
to be open daily:
Central Broward Re-
gional Park, 3700 NW 11
Place, Lauderhill; 954-321-
1170; Markham Park, 16001
W. State Rd. 84, Sunrise;
954-389-2000; Topeekeegee
Yugnee (T. Y.) Park, 3300 N.
Park Rd., Hollywood; 954-
357-8 nd Radwands.,

Coconut Creek.
Campgrounds will remain
open daily to registered
campers, with the exception
of Quiet Waters' Rent-A-Tent
campground, which will be
closed on Mondays, Tuesdays,
and Wednesdays. Neighbor-
hood parks will continue daily
operations. Private facilities
will continue their normal
operating schedules.
Regional parks, nature
centers and natural areas will
be closed on Tuesdays and
Wednesday:
Boaters Park, Dania Cut-
off Canal; Brian Piccolo Park,


at the Oct. 15 meeting.
The meeting will be held at
the North Broward Park Base-
ball Complex located at 4400
NE 18 Ave., Pompano Beach
on the second floor of the
baseball concessions building.
The first date of early reg-
istration for the spring 2010
season for children ages 5
to 18 will be on Sat., Nov. 7
from 9 a.m. until Noon at the
North Broward Park Baseball
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secret to his fabled flapjacks,
owner Greg Nelson admits
with a wry smile that his rec-
ipe calls for "a bit of malted
milk among other things..."
In fact, this fiercely gregari-
ous South Carolina native has
brought his own twist to many
breakfast and lunch favorites.
Be it the homemade gravy
prepared with fresh sausage
and milk used in the "Coun-
try" Eggs Benedict or the
smoked ham flown in directly
from the mountains of Eastern
Tennessee for the "Graceland"
breakfast platter, Nelson has
infused the menu with his
unique brand of flavor profiles
and showmanship.
Passionate about Base-
ball, Elvis and GM cars
(Nelson was a top salesman at
Lou Bachrodt Chevrolet for
20 years before following his
culinary passion) the diner


Owner Greg Nelson shows off his
signature dish: the tasty Carolina
Pulled Pork Sandwich.
[Above] A specialty at Nelson's
Diner, the Carolina Pulled Pork
Sandwich comes slathered with
homemade yellow mustard based
BBQ sauce [left] The "Graceland"
breakfast plate features 2 eggs,
freshly made hash browns and a
slab of Tennessee smoked ham. It
is complimented by a coffee based
"red-eye" gravy.


oozes nostalgia. With pictures
of the King, cars and re-
lated Americana adorning the
walls, the look and feel of this
restaurant is distinctly Ameri-
can. The food is as well.
"I make food the way I
like it, and I hope people will
agree with me" says Nelson
as he delivers an order of his
signature dish the famed
Carolina Pulled Pork Sand-
wich. Overflowing with juicy
meat, the hand pulled pork is
smothered in a rich, yellow
mustard based BBQ sauce
that will leave you licking
your fingers with delight.
Other lunch favorites in-
clude classic sandwiches such
as Albacore Tuna, Baked Tur-
See NELSON'S DINER on page 11



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restaurant

to host local

artists
Art Caf6, 3308 E. Atlantic
Blvd., Pompano Beach, will
host an art show for seven lo-
cal artists on Oct. 3 at 8 p.m.
The show is free and open
to the public. There will be
music and refreshments avail-
able.
Artists Jeff Breed, Faith
Hough, Nasilis Guzman, Paul
Gold, Sherman Fielding,
Michelle Strom and sculptor
Felix Laguna will be on hand
to discuss their art.
Art Caf6, owned Marc
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Nelson's

Diner
Continued from page 10

key, Slow Roasted Beef and
Applewood smoked Bacon
with Lettuce and Tomato.
In an homage to Elvis, the
voluminous 0 lb. "Hunka"
Burning' Love burger and W lb.
"Hound" Dog with sauerkraut
or onions will satisfy the most
voracious of appetites.
The many freshly pre-
pared salads at Nelson's Diner
are a must for those looking
for healthy alternatives. The
mouthwatering Caesar salad
with grilled or blackened
chicken is truly fit for a king.
For some baseball meta-
phors, the dazzling Ty "Cobb"
Salad features Romaine and
Boston lettuce, baked turkey,
crisp bacon, cucumber, to-
mato, egg and blue cheese. It
is accompanied by a wonder-
fully tangy homemade Dijon
vinaigrette. With this flavorful
salad dressing, Nelson has
definitely "hit one out of the
park."
When asked about other
specialties, the affable wait-
ress Candy opined "We have
the best Philly Cheese steak in
town and our chicken Cordon
Bleu is amazing as well." This
sentiment had previously been
echoed by Nelson's efferves-
cent right hand gal Carol.
"We deliver and cater a
lot of pulled pork and cheese
steak" said Carol as the
phone rang repeatedly. "I feel
fortunate to be here. Business
is very good because we care
about the people in our com-
munity."
"We have pricing that
reflects the state of the
economy" says Nelson. With
breakfast starting at $2.99 and
lunch specials under $6, this
is a great spot to drop by for
a hearty yet affordable meal.
There is plenty of free parking
as well.
If you live in the com-
munity, Nelson's Diner is a
great place to get acquainted
with your Pompano neigh-
bors. If you are simply hungry
for some good inexpensive
food, grab your blue suede
shoes and head for this haven
of friendliness. It's worth the
trip.
Malcolm McClintock is
president ofAlabaska LLC,
a firm that assists hotels,
restaurants and individual
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wife of Deerfield Beach com-
missioner Marty Popelsky,
will be remembered at ser-
vices Sunday, Oct. 4, noon, at
Riverside Gordon Memorial
Chapels, 2305 W. Hillsboro
Blvd., Deerfield Beach.
Mrs. Popelsky died Satur-

d eept 19d Hospee by the
Along with her husband,
Mrs. Popelsky is survived by
her sons Brian of New Jersey,
Steven of Ohio and Gary, of
Houston, TX; sisters Shirley
Kann of East Windsor, NY,
Nancy London of Tucson, AR
and brother Jack Goldstein of
Queens, NY; her daughters in
law, two brothers in law and
five grandchildren.
Mrs. Popelsky was born in
Brooklyn, NY and after her
marriage worked as a dental
assistant, for an electron-
ics manufacturer and as an
aide for mentally disabled
children. She met the com-
nussioner in 1949 at Lake
Mohigan m New York. After
raising their family, the Popel-
skys moved from New Jersey
to Century Village in 1991
where they lived an active
life. Mrs: Pagiakky was an
avid golfer and a volunteer
usher at the Broward Center
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Deerfield Beach where she
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A memorial service will be
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Friday, October 2, 2009


Obituaries


2 1 Th P li


PET AR E


Blanche Ely High School in
Pompano Beach. She was
married to Norbert C. Wil-
liams and together they raised
four children.
Juanita was known for her
energetic and vocal com-
mitment to the causes she
believed in and the family she
loved.
A public viewing is
ad t2
Church in Pompano Beach
from 6 to 9 p.m.
She will be remembered
with comments and present
tions from former students,
neighbors, city and church
proclamations and special
ceremonies from her sorority
and the Order of Eastern Star.
The funeral service will be
11 a.m. on Saturday Oct. 3 at
the New Mount Olive Baptist
Church in Fort Lauderdale.
Her interment will be at For-
est Lawn Cemetery in Pom-
pano Beach. The L.C. Poitier
Funeral Home in Pompano
Beach will officiate. In lieu
-
of flowers, the fanuly has
suggested donations in the
memory of Juanita Williams
to the Scholarship Fund of the
New Creation Baptist Church
of Christ, P.O. Box 491533,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33349.


After a lengthy illness,
retired educator Juanita Wil-
liams passed away on Sept.
23.
Mrs. Williams taught in
the Broward County Public
School system for over 30
years.
While she overcame many
obstacles in her life, one of
the most famous was her

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Williams was one of only a
few survivors of the crash that
took the life of former School
Board Member, Dr. Kathleen
C. Wright.
While a resident of Lau-
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954-675-9363 10/9

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community. Call 954-649-8867.
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850-8819 10/9


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for more info.

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254-0269.Location:3791NE
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1 9 th. 561-654-1331

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CASH $$-TOP DOLLAR PAID
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ft. Call 954-786-1237. 10/2


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8165. Balistreri Realty.
10/2

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954-609-0835. 10/2

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954-801-2998.

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Susie Gordon open to the
idea, City Attorney Mike
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is expected to report at the
October commission meeting.
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is plenty of vacant space and
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They also need a moist soil,
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Friday, October 2, 2009


There are two kinds, regular
and one called italian Rustic.
The regular Arugula starts
about now and is finished
come May or June when it
gets really hot. The nice
thing about it is that the pretty
white flowers turn to loads of
seed which fall into the pot,
re-germinating when the time
is right again, at the end of the
summer. I've had some going
for several years now.
The leaves are a good size,
and should be picked every
other day or so, to keep the
plant from going to seed, and
to keep up with it, as it is a
vigorous grower, and a full
pot will keep a family going
quite nicely.
As with all leafy veggies,
the younger leaves are most
tender and have milder flavor.
Arugula's nutty, spicy flavor
is excellent added to salads,
on sandwiches, cooked in an
omelet, or added to soups.
Jhe Italian Rustic variety
- lias smaller, narrower.1eaves,
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