Pompano Pelican
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00090900/00243
 Material Information
Title: Pompano Pelican
Uniform Title: Pompano Pelican
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Pompano Pelican
Place of Publication: Pompano Beach
Publication Date: 08/06/2010
 Subjects
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Pompano Beach
Coordinates: 26.234722 x -80.125556 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00090900:00243

Full Text


PmPeo 1c Pea n
T '1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd.
Thempano Beach, FL
,, , 08,


$1.222
US POSTAGE
FIRST-CLASS
071V00659542


: "..Wednesday uiy
... , .S. I. ,I . West Atlantic Blvd
S. www.Mr-Squeaky.com





Pompano Beach * Deerfield Beach * Lighthouse Point * Lauderds t, -Lb, P 3 6 /
Wilton Manors * Oakland Park * Hillsboro Beach


Cal95-83800t dvris Eal srn-lca o.comor3 I .a yho.com


It will cost more

to live, work and

play in Deerfield
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach - A hefty tax
increase and a hike in the fire fee
have been proposed by Interim City
Manager Burgess Hanson to balance
the 2010-11 $74.5 million operating
budget.
Other cost-saving or revenue
producing measures include higher-
priced beach parking stickers, hikes in
building pen-rmnit fees and $3 an-hour-
parking meters at the North Beach
Pavilion. And it looks like parents and
sponsors will be footing the entire bill
for youth baseball and football pro-
grams.
In his transmittal letter, Hanson said
"...this budget is one of the toughest
in the history of Deerfield Beach." He
went on to say his recommended fiscal
plan hits the economic realities head
on. "We have entered a new era of
permanent fiscal crisis... our budget is
the first step in re-tuning ourselves to
thrive and compete."
Hanson has set the millage rate at
See DB BUDGET on page 21


RAISING THE ROOF - Workers from JWR Construction install the roof on the soon-to-be-new
headquarters of Florida Shores Bank, located next to a temporary branch at 400 N. Federal Hwy.,
Pompano Beach. Construction on the new 12,000 sq. ft. location, started in April, is expected to be
completed by the beginning of next year. [Left] Richard Sudol, chief financial officer for Florida
Shores, Tony Pasqualone, project manager forJWR Construction Deerfield Beach and Scott Bechtle,
executive vice president for Florida Shores. [Staff Photo]


Property owners

can still save on

code violations

through Aug. 18
By Marise Estime
PELICAN WRITER
Pompano Beach - The clock is
ticking for residents to take advantage
of the city's amnesty program for code
violation liens. On Jan. 26 commis-
sioners passed a resolution offering a
temporary amnesty for property own-
ers who are not in compliance.
They can now, through Aug. 18 set-
tle their debts with the city by paying
either 25 percent of the lien or $500,
which ever is less. The program was
slated to end Aug. 18; however several
residents called their commissioners
requesting more time.
According to records, there re-
main about 1,400 open liens, and last
month, commissioners considered
extending the program for another
six months and raising the maximum
payment from $500 to $1,000.
"We are hopeful that people will
take notice of this new extension and
be serious about resolving their liens,"
See AMNESTY on page 12


James L. Jones, Pompano Beach 2010 Man of the Year,

recalls the people, words that defined his work, service


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach - James L. Jones,
Man of the Year, Pompano Beach
2010, has become a legacy in Pom-
pano Beach.
But it's nothing he ever sought;
rather this tribute came about because
of the way he lived his life.
Jones, retired principal of Blanche
Ely High School, has been an observer
and a listener all of his life. When
he states his opinion, however, those


around him can be sure that he speaks
his mind.
He remembers his best friend,
Pompano Beach former mayor, E. Pat
Larkins, now deceased.
"He was president of the student
council. I was the faculty advisor,"
Jones says. "I knew he was going
places."
Larkins, the outspoken mayor from
District 4, held no punches when it
came to making decisions regarding
the city.
"He used me as his sounding board,


and he called me 'Boss Man'," says
Jones. "I miss him these days."
After 40 years of teaching, coun-
seling and administrating, Jones can
look back and take note of significant
words that led him through life.
"I wanted to go to college," he said.
"I graduated second in my class in
Fernandina Beach."
So with a one-semester scholarship,
Jones headed to Bethune Cookman
College in Daytona Beach. He did
well his first semester, but his family
See JONES on page 9


1 1500 E Hillsboro Blvd, #204, Deertfeld Beach * Cove anopping Center I


TLC CONTRACTING FIRM
| * Chinese Drywall - Certified Inspection and Removal Services
* Insurance Windstorm Mitigation Inspection - Save up to 40%
annually with this inspection through your insurance carrier.
* Full Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling
* Interior Upgrades, Painting and Repairs RESIDENRnAL
N*-* Roof Leak Repairs COMMERCIAL
Nancy Nieto * Storm Damage - Debris Removal Service REMODEING
State Licensed * PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE REPAIR
General
Contractors email: nnieto@tlcspecialties.com 954 629 t396
#CGC 15059392521 NW 16th Lane, Pompano Beach "UM- " "--


. >->;*>H


I
(





I







Friday, August 6, 2010


Wilton Manors proposes 4.92 percent tax rate


increase, most fire assessments get smaller hikes


Hurricane Impact
Windows & Doors
S- Protect Your Home, Reduce Noise, Save Energy
i -* New Impact & Non impact
Windows & Doors
: K * Sliding Glass Door
Repairs
SCustom Shower
. Enclosures
S" Liceted& Inu rd 954-616-7121


RESIDENTIAL & HIGH-RISE SPECIALISTS
4782 North Powerline Rd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33073
Have peace of mind with Experienced Installers
www.makemyhomesafe.com


ACQMTE


S -af1 T - - - - -
.c Start Your'
' New Year
* Di orce 6 , Off with
* Paternity C.- , Peace of
* Child Support Mind
SAlimony I Estate Plamnning
W*U in Package
% Wins & Truss ,,Tu.I \ l
* Probate , T ill
Cher) IBuLLet,l P.A.
L %l cet n se.. 11W ' &'. At t 2 . orney 1
I'L. HL ' . 1 I L" '^All 4 )Documents '
954-781-8230 for
, , : d ... , . . ONLY $500._ _

Law bifi& uf Ch y1c UC I.A.
www.cheryllow.com _


Ugly Tubs?

Ug ly Cabinets?


Reglaze Kitchen Countertops to a Granite Like Finish!
CHANGE OR RESTORE COLOR TO YOUR EXISTING:
Cabinets * Counters * Tubs * Tiles * Vanities * Kitchen Appliances, Etc.
"Quality Doesn't Have To Be Expensive. Experience Counts!"
Licensed & Insured * 20 Years Experience * 5 Year Warranty







9 Tub Special


10% OFF Any Kitchen Cabinet Job
Mustpruk .l ti AIl r . -..1. I .., . , Whrli .n -. l, S...," r Cr.. nn,.,, I D . .' jh .I h'e r o l .


5 61-394-6116 * 800 -995-5595
PP


By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Wilton Manors - At a
special July 26 meeting, com-


missioners, voted 4 to 1, Vice
Mayor Justin Flippen dissent-
ing, for a preliminary increase
in the operating millage rate
to 6.0855, an increase of


Jr


Jaline Boccuzzi, DMD



Bring your smile

Sto life!



Graduate:Tufts University, 1995




2122 NE 2nd Street, Pompano Beach

954-941-4310
NE 2nd St.



Atlantic Blvd. ]
w jd tt c


* , M .fi & Refrigeration, LLC.
', *"- " ""m " "/^'*v-^^"
. RESIDENTIAL & COMM RCIAL
Sales * Service * Installation
Prompt Reliable Same Day Service
18 pt. Inspection' Duct Work
Warranties -24/7- t~fq ' ;1 ,
* $59.95 Equipment Maintenance
- NO Extra Chag_ Weekends
* Maintenance Contracts


INS.1 AC 09


GENTLE VET ANIMAL HOSPITAL 15 A PLACE WHERE
THE GENUINE (ARE AND COMFORT OF OUR
PATIENT S IS OUR HIGHEST MISSION


rf I Lt Vt I .AN.... r>- . a T - I
www.thegentlevet.com . Ge

ECONOMIC STIMULUS COUPONS
................ ................... .... .......
Gentle Vet Animal Hospital Gentle Vet Animal Hospital Gentle Vet Animal Hospital
l o. .r* b g.i i r.,.n i >.>.i l>.� ill n. F'.'1 i l, * iin .ur p1 ti.l.; .p 0h S It,
|., TI.lt,']i .'b . dlrh]l.,ofll l.,l,.11]- dil0r,l, l�l|l 11 . 10
lt. y ly o r lth r .e i . l l'. , rt ,v liv t I I , , , . ll fo r . p p o in tm i l l 'i( I. ii n , r � ,,
lOuillh 1 g illf r L" il, lH[tlIl h j
I I. J r, j .l t ", t,,lJ d I Ill, ..ri PIP. l ,.I, II I ppointrn l
S.... ......... , . 954-9 72-5900 .,,,,, ,
9541972-5900 954-972-5900
.. . . . . . .. . . ... .. . - - ,-..-;-... ..-'-


The
'ntle Vet

rB


- - - - - -- - - - - I I" N


2 The Pelican


0.2855 mills from the current
5.8000 rate. The proposed
debt services millage rates
are 0.2654 for the 1999 parks
bond and 0.4974 for the 2008
city hall bond, bringing the
entire proposed village to
6.8483.
Flippen did not comment
on why he voted against the
increase, but in a later inter-
view said he wasn't convinced
property owners should fork
out more money from their
pockets. "In the meantime we
can discuss it further."
Under Save Our Homes,
or SOH, the average increase
would be $75.57. Homeown-
ers not covered by SOH
would see an overall de-
crease in ad-valorem taxes of
$314.26.
Once a preliminary mill-
age is rate set, commissioners
can only lower the final rate;
they can not increase it. City
officials raised the millage
to compensate for this year's
13.52 percent drop in taxable
revenues.
"Had the millage rate not
been adjusted, the city's ad-
valorem revenues would have
been reduced by $846,544,"
said City Manager Joseph
Gallegos.
Commissioner Tom Green
made a motion to approve a
preliminary operating mill-
age of 6.1715, but it failed
for lack of a second. Resident
Paul Kuta suggested adding a
See MILLAGE on page 17






Friday, August 6, 2010 The Pelican 3


Sightings..
S. . a calendar of local events. Post
your upcoming events for Sightings
at pompanopelican.com
Pompano Northwest
Branch Library 1580
NW 3rd Avenue, Pom-
pano Beach
954-786-2186
Adult Programs
English Caf6 5 to 6 p.m.
Aug. 11, 18,25
Crossroads Caf6 10:30 to
11:30 a.m. Aug. 14, 21, 28
Job Hunting Tips 6 to 7
p.m. Aug. 9, 23
Aug. 16 - Internet Safety
Program for Parents and
Kids 3 to 4 p.m.
Aug. 21 - Book Discus-
sion: Pursuit of Honor by
Vince Flynn 12 to I p.m.
Children
Monday thru Thurs-
days beginning Aug. 23
- Afterschool @ your
library Program, ages 6 to
12, 2 to 5:30 p.m. Home-
work help and reading
practice. A partnership
with the Children's Ser-
vices Council of Broward
County. Call 954 786-
2186
Story Time 10:30 to 11
a.m. Ages 3-5 with craft
Aug. 5 and 26
Aug. 24 - Toddler Tales
10:30 to 11 a.m. Ages 12
to 35 months
See SIGHTINGS on page 10


Newest )pa in Ltghthouse Point


Microdermabrasion & Facial
Exp 8/31/10
120'0 OFP 1st Visit (not combinable with any other offers)
A': Call for other exciting specials
I rgan Therapies:
SOrganic Facials * Massages Waxing * Vichy Shower
S\-Spa Manicures & Pedicures *- Make Up * Energy Balancing
SCrano 'Sacral Trerr, � LIe Co.hrjg
5036 N Federal Hwy. Lighthouse Point * Georgetown Plaza
Wwww.Spa+Life.com * 95+.281.8727


SLL1

ALL -U


I I ImL - p p


a


I it U - 1--", L i


SAU 0'


TIRE STORES


*ALLSZES


S Years
1960-2010
I-E


U'


si'inciawv 'u


Complete Automotive Service
& A/C Repair

"Service You Can Trust"
3381 N Dixie Hwy, Pompano Beach

0 954.941.8204


Call Today and We'll Easily Transi
Your Prescriptions for Yc

PHARMACY

Over 200 generic medications available @
$4.99 / 30 Day Supply*
$9.99 / 90 Day Supply*
* Call for complete list of medications
ask for
Sam or Yanira -Most Insurance Accepted


fer
OU.


*Free Home/Office Delivery"
*Personal Service
*Private Consultations
*Prescriptions ready in under
10 minutes
'Call for Delivery Area


CAR VWASJ-


S5.00



M%4 With Coupon Expires August 11, 2010
Valid Wednesday Only -


w,^^ w.MrSqueaky.com


-'p.







A

-


I -. 0 i -


Dentistry at Affordable Prices


K. .- AF

Larry Teodoru, D.M.D M I N
GOD BLESS THE USA ,j

_--i. Per In

CROWNS

.1 ,-. .:,
Porcelain Fused to
f. Non-Precious Metal 2751


FE

41
Jl
nplie


* Implants * Root Canals * Cosmetic Dentistry
* Crowns * Bleaching * Cleaning
* Dentures * Extractions (Including Wisdom Teeth)

-Emergencies Seen Right Away-

-Walk-In Patients Welcome-

jRLDANTE . .., * Prophylactic Cleaning 111
IMPLANTS ,'"
. o6053 I * 2 Bite Wing X-Rays272
- ' ular Price * Exam no
ant for Lower Denture / .Ul P iri( Exam 110 i.

BLEACHING ALL DENTURE Look.Fot
REPAIRS


Both for $228
Upper or Lower Metal 3960


'-AFFOD


Full Upper or Lower 5510-5520


Larry Teodoru D.M.D OPEN: MON-FRI 8AM-5PM
THE PATIENT AND ANf OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT OR BE
REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY SERVICE, EXAMINATION OR TREATMENT THAT IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72
HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE FREE DISCOUNTED OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE. EXAMINATION OR TREATMENT


,. '. 0


RDA
E
N
T
A
L


10


BLE


I~l

I-.


,NTER


w


The Pelican 3


Friday, August 6, 2010


POMPANO BEACH 866 North Federal Hwy.
Beach Way Shopping Center
954=784=7771 8 Blocks North of Atlantic Blvd.


I


R


.. . . .. . . . . ...-iri riB -�* - .*E w-.. . .. . . ... ...^--*


.fS A ..-? -Ti^-:.^*>* *^ *a. s;


- m






Friday, August 6, 2010


4 The Pelican


SaThe Pelican takes a look at local business owners. Call
The Pelican to find out how you can tell your story here

B u si ness m a tterI because business matters. 954-783-8700.


Citi Centre

Pet Expo

Aug. 28
Pompano Beach - Citi Cen-
tre will be transformed into
a Pet Lovers Paradise for its
2nd annual Pet Expo on Satur-
day, Aug. 28 from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Pet Lovers of all ages
are welcome.
A Vendor Village which
will feature companies selling
pet products. In addition,
the Vendor Village will host
groomers, veterinarians, pet
sitters, dog walkers and other
pet-related services.
Meet owners of Chateau
Poochie, Atlantic Doggery,
Lighthouse Point Animal
Hospital, Gigi & Luca Pet
Boutique, MVS Animal Clinic
of Deerfield, Fiesta Pet Deli,
Salon Bark, Camp Canine,
Crazy about Pets, Tommy Pop
Art, 5-Paw Pets, Kiki's Beach
Bunny Bungalow, Dee's
Dogs Pet Sitting, Pet Pee Pee,
Karen Cares for Cats, Pink
Slip Threads Boutique and
many others.
The event will showcase
non-profit rescue organiza-
tions where visitors can find
pets for adoption. Entertain-
ment will include a stage
line-up which will showcase
a variety of Pet Contests
ranging from Best Dressed
Pet to Pet/Owner Look Alike
to Pet Tricks. Pet blessings,
Bar or Bat Mitzvahed, will be
performed by Rabbi Loring
Frank will be in attendance to
perform a ceremonial blessing
for all pets.
Visit www.pompanociticen-
tre.com for more.


Customers rave about Under The Sun Subs and More,

home of the overstuffed subs at 3330 East Atlantic Blvd.


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

Owner, Mitch Frachtmnan,
says, "Everyone knows me
as Mitch, so call me Mitch. I
make the best subs in town.
Try me once and you'll be
back," he adds a jolly laugh
and says, "Business at the Un-
der The Sun Subs and More
gets better every day as my
regulars return and refer their
friends to me.
Sub lovers stop here on
their way to the beach for a
picnic on the sand, and on
the way home for a great sub
dinner. Some of my fans even
stop for subs on their arrival
in town before they check
into their hotels, and they stop
to take a sub with them to
eat. on the plane before they
leave. Come September, I'll
be here two years. Before that
I ran Under The Sun Eatery at
Royal Vista."
He continues, "My experi-
ence behind a deli counter
began in New York City at
chain supermarkets where I
worked when I was in high
school. I worked in a New
York style deli in California,
but I liked Florida better and
I've been here since the early
80s. I worked on the beach in
concessions until 1998 when I
opened my own sub business.
I use only Boar's Head meats
and offer overstuffed subs, hot
deli sandwiches, sides and sal-
ads to take out or to eat in."
The interview with The
Pelican was sandwiched in
between customers. Brent


Martorann and his daughter
Nya drove in from Coconut
Creek to pick up two over-
stuffed subs. He said, "My
wife eats the turkey one,
and I eat the Italian which is
stacked with ham, capocollo,
salami, provolone cheese,
veggies, lettuce and more. I
drive here every week and
have for two years. The qual-
ity of the meat and vegetables
is the best."
His daughter, Nya, was
happily eating a watermelon
ice which Mitch gives to all
visiting children. He offers
free cold drinks to adults
while they wait for him to
create the piled high subs they
order.
Michael Bracao, Pompano
Beach, stopped in as he does
every day for a sub.
He says, "I love the Philly
Cheese Steak and his pastrami
subs are piled so high, I can't
finish it in one sitting. This
is a great neighborhood sub
shop."
Still another local customer,
Rainee Blanski, ordered a tur-
key sub and her friend, Jack
Snow said, "I have to try an
Italian sub because I've heard
so much about them."
They watched, fascinated
as Mitch built his overstuffed
subs stacking mayo, mustard,
cheese of choice, 6 ounces of
Boar's Head meats, lettuce,
tomato, onion, hot/sweet or
banana peppers, black ol-
ives, salt, pepper, oregano,
topped off with another two
ounces of meat. Big enough to
share, one sub weighs over 4


* ~ '~A'~*


I'


Owner, Mitch Frachtman at work, building one of his impressive Italian subs,
at Under The Sun Subs and More at 3330 E. Atlantic Blvd.






.. .



:A


Patron of Under the Stin Subs and More, Brent Niartoraiiii and his dauoliter
Nya drive all the Nvav from Coconut Creck every week for a turkeN, - or an Ital-
iall ON'CI-StUffed subs because. Breat sa� s, "'Flie) 're the best in town.- [Photos
by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


G9


(7�//w Mal CX_ A0 �11

Pleasejoinus on Friday, August 13th, 4:00 - 9:00 PM
At
t-We
-The funny name with serious savings!
Sum up your summer with fashions that
keep you cool
Sales up to 70% off - 10% off new merchandise
And

SILPADA DESIGNS TRUNK SHOW I I X 1'k A
�,id jmv�eif i�
30% - 50% off many pieces of fine sterling silver A . . . ..........
and natural gemstone jewelry
For a sneak preview visit: www.mysilpada.com/jacqueline.smith-stamas



* 0 lp
Z/W � Boutique & Design
204 East McNab Road (next to Anglesea Pub), Pompano Beach
943-444-0725 - ljubasboutique@yahoo.com

Refreshments - Raffle giveaways - and more ... Bring a friend


I'm a destination. I've been
around here for 30 years so
I know many people and for
me, Mitch's place is always
a party. My favorite thing is
seein- customers come back
and hearing their raves."
His wall of faine, covered
with compliments hand writ-
ten by happy patrons, run,,;
from the rear entrance to the
deli area. Regulars are invited
to sign oil.
Open Monday to Friday
10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.-, Sat.
10:30 to 5 p.m.; Sun. I I a.m.
to 4 p.m. Parking in rear. Call
954-933-3888.


pounds.
Mitch says, "My white or
wheat sub rolls are delivered
fresh every day. I use rye
bread only on Reubens and
Rachels. I introduce a differ-
ent cut of Boar's Head meats
every week to add variety to
ri-iy subs."
When traffic slowed for a
moment, Mitch sat down and
sipped a diet coke.
"My U.P.S. driver eats
here four times a week. We
often sit together and watch
a sporting event. Many of
my customers come from out
of the area so you could say








Housing Authority Health insurance a misunderstood issue


By Judy Wilson
PELICAN WRITER
Deerfield Beach - The 17
employees of the Deerfield
Beach Housing Authority, or
DBHA, do not receive free
health benefits from the City
of Deerfield Beach accord-
ing to Pam Davis, executive
director of the Authority. A
statement made at Tuesday's
commission meeting left the
impression that taxpayers paid
the benefit when in fact, the
agency just piggybacks with


the city to provide workers
with health care.
Davis said Wednesday, "We
pay dollar for dollar every
quarter." Davis receives a bill
from the city for her full time
employees who are on the
city's group plan.
Caryl Berner, a member of
the Housing Authority Board,
said she was concerned about
the perception left with the
public after Tuesday's meet-
ing. The DBHA is funded by
HUD and operates out of its
own building on South Dixie


Highway. It manages three
housing developments, The
Palms Apartments, The Palms
Townhomes and Stanley Ter-
race.
Commissioners drop
'gold standard' for pier
Deerfield Beach - City
Commissioners decided this
week not to go for the gold in
the reconstruction of the $3.5
million fishing pier. They
did agree to spend up to 12
percent of the contract to get
LEED, or Leadership in En-


ergy and Environmental De-
sign, certified, that is, making
the facility as "green" as is
practically possible. In June,
the commission turned down


a proposed site plan because
the issue of LEED certifica-
tion was uncertain.
Commission Bill Ganz was
See PIER on page 16


AFAV TAS16

I * vf

WE BUY GOLD

& DUMONDS
4210 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point
954-782-5000


Thne in Speech,

Tue Out Noise!





Otw promise to you.
w. '" promkia t provide you with
outstanding customTn r care and state-of-the-art
hearing instruments from ALL the Major Manu-
.'cturers; Start el, Siemens, Otican,
W ' Wdex, Phonak, Resound and more to help
, you hoar better, Satisfaction with your now
Shearing intrumerts, i ow top priority. We wall
t gue g .,u thrnrut h Ihe imiportrxant steps to improve
your hearing and got you back to your daily life.
A At.,an ,tc -Hearing Aid Center
2310 E. Oakland Park Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale. Florida .3306
954-563-4226
SE Corner US1 & Oakland Park Blvd. In Times Square Plaza


///I


R.S. Sanchez, D.D.S.


Office Hours:
Mon. - Fri. 8-5
Tuesday 10-7


DENTAL GROUP


g@-u C Ao shOe y ou; We . 0luie a mad.3 -s i p, � oin all paoxg^HiR�dso
* General & Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry * Complete Denture Service
* Crowns, Bridges & Implants * Mercury FREE Fillings
* ZOOM! Bleaching * Only High Quality Materials

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
: : Exam, (DO 140) '
25%z 2 Bite Wing ZO M
X-Rays tDo272> Whitening Special
O FF & Cleaning (D ) '
All Procedures $2900 o $1A4900:
& Repairs no gum disease present. : Up to $500 value!
Sp 8/31 /10 E xp 31110 Ep . .,

For more info, questions or current specials, | Finance Options Available
check us out at: www.loveursmile.com T|IN - ' .c...o. .
2323 N.E. 26th Avenue, Suite 111, Pompano Beach, FL 33062 I N
. . . .. . . . . . ,i . ....... , ...U


Host an Exchange

Student Today!
Make a lifelong
friend from abroad.
Enrich your family with
another culture. Now you
can host a high school
exchange student (girl or
. , boy) from France, Germany,
. . Scandinavia, Spain,
/. England, Japan, Brazil, Italy
or other countries.
. . Becoming a host to a young
international visitor is an
experience of a lifetime!
Hanna from Norwy; 16yrs. Klaus from Germany, 17 ys.
Likes skiing, swimming, dancing and Loves camping and playing soccer.
irt. Hlnna hopes to join a drama club was se SKlaus' dream has been to spend a
while in the LSA. mtAmNA sIM- t XCM�>G I o s -- school y-ear in the USA.




Founded in 1976
ASSE International Student Exchange Program is a public benefit, non-profit organization.



7 fiAwllf fm-md a, afenA�,t whe mal^e m^ w,,5'n -\e


NEW
PATIENT
"SPECIALS
.~ii


Where Every Day Is Independence Day
ISTHEL
S A O.%rTEFR
PLACE


from from"'
ONLY $750.00 ONLY $2,300.00



We Specialize in Service * We Come to You!
CHAIR CARE PLUS
2055 NW 32 STREET, POMPANO BEACH
One block East of Powerline between Copans & Sample Roads
Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5 * Sat 10 - 2

n B954.970.00500 -ir


The Pelican 5


Friday, August 6, 2010







6 The Pelican Opinions and Editorials Friday, August 6, 2010


*1"e P --- mN= ran



Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Wilton Manors * Oakland Park * Hillsboro Beach
ESTABLISHED 1993 * Volume XVIII, Issue 29 Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
Managing Editor: Michael d'Oliveira
Graphics: Aili Melton
Bookkeeper: John White
Vice President: Christopher Siren
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger,
Judy Wilson, Malcolm McClintock,
Norbert Izworski, Donna Torrey, Judy Vik
Copy editors - Phyllis J. Neuberger,
Account Executives: Paul Shroads, Carolyn Mann
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
The Pompano Pelican is published weekly on Fridays
Street Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Telephone: 954-783-8700 * Fax: 954-783-0093
Letters to the Editor are encouraged and accepted for print if signed, although
a writer's name will be withheld on request; letters must also include a daytime
telephone number. Advertising rates are available upon request. Subscription rate is
$31.80 including tax for one year's delivery in Greater Pompano Beach; $93.80/per
year including tax for others in the United States; call 954-783-8700 for rates abroad.
The Pelican is a nonpartisan newspaper and reserves the right to decline advertising.
Copyright 2010. Reproduction of this publication in whole or in part is prohibited
without written permission of the publisher. The Pelican is a member of the Greater
Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce, Deerfield Beach Chamber and the LBTS
Chamber. The Pelican is a state certified woman-owned minority business. The Peli-
can is delivered to businesses, libraries, schools, offices, hospitals, news racks and
single family homes. We welcome your critiques and ideas concerning this publica-
tion. Anne Siren


We vote for judges because the

legislative minds in this state

refuse to take responsibility
By Anne Siren
COMMENTARY
I don't want to vote for a judge.
But on Aug. 24 we have a civic duty to vote for county and circuit judges. So
let us do our best to select the best. We cannot turn our backs on this responsi-
bility simply because our legislators washed their own hands of the responsi-
bility. There is plenty of information through The Miami Herald, websites and
local forums, but it's still a shot in the dusky air of politics.
In the future we should aim for a better process.
Judges should be chosen by higher authorities and their own peers. Judicial
candidates must be held to strict standards regarding the law and yes, its moral
implications.
We want judges to make decisions about our youth in these times when we as
adults: teachers, legislators, parents and police and all the other elements of our
facebook-twittered society, have already failed them.
Our courts are designed to bring all persons to a level playing field where
neither wealth nor power, but only the law determines victory.
So why do we allow a campaign of judicial candidates to be
won by popularity and war chests?
In our system of government, there has always been a separation of powers,
even local powers. The judicial must stand independent of the legislative and
executive branches. But when judges are thrown into the morass of politics,
they seek the popular vote. Does popularity equate to legal sagacity? And isn't
legal sagacity what we want?
Judicial candidates like all politicians are dependent upon money to win.
Let's get money and the popular vote out of the game.
Judges must be courageous enough to bind all of us to the law: poor and
wealthy the same and mete out justice where we ourselves have failed.
If the laws are unfair then we, the people must go to our legislators and de-
mand change.
Why do the voters elect judges?
The state constitution was changed years ago to give the power of judicial ap-
pointments to the electorate because of perceived or real periods of corruption.
But are we, the teachers, plumbers, electricians, gardeners and workers
equipped to make this decision? Had we the time, the inclination and the re-
sources, we could. But we do not have those resources.
Even gardeners, electricians, plumbers and other licensed workers must be
approved by a their peers.
Judicial appointments should also be nominated by their peers. These appoint-
ments decide the fates of all who stand before them.
We have the right to demand a change in the state constitution. And you and I
will stand in safer territory in front of a judge who has been well vetted.
Let's remove the selection of judges from the political arena and restore
See JUDGES on page 10


Want to compete

with the city for

clients?
To the Editor,
On July 27, Pompano Beach city
commissioners voted to "partner" with
a private tutoring business.
Apparently the arrangement for Pour
Penmanship, Inc., to conduct tutor-
ing at city facilities as well as have
logos on children's sports uniforms,
advertising banners at sports fields,
and public address system promotions
at sports events, was something put
together behind closed doors with city
staff and then brought to the commis-
sion for its stamp of approval.
Commissioner Rex Hardin was on
target when he spoke out to say that
the matter should be considered from
a policy standpoint before voting on
the Pour Penmanship, Inc. licensing
agreement. However, the Resolution
was adopted as the majority of the
commissioners voted to approve it.
I agree with the editorial comments
in the July 30 issue of The Pelican.
See "Parents are sending their kids to
sports camp, not tutoring sessions."
Business or promotional opportunities,
in cooperation with the city, should
be first advertised, then the interested
competitors should be ranked, and
finally the chosen entrepreneur or cor-
poration should be completely vetted
before any documents are signed. This
would accomplish transparency and
just be good business as well as good
policy.
City staff claims the Pour Penman-
ship program is "unique;" however,
I am aware of at least one other local
business that is benefiting from pro-
motion that utilizes city facilities and
city publications.
Any such "partnerships" with the
City of Pompano Beach involve tax
dollars and should be transparent so
See POLICY on page 20


Don't get caught

littering by this

writer
To the Editor,
When was the last time you walked
the streets of Pompano, the town you
promised to care for?
Well I walk them everyday, and
what I observe makes me sick. The
streets are littered with bottles and
trash of every description and the
parking lots of the empty businesses
are deplorable.
See LI7TERBUG on page 16


It's time to look

at taxes and do

the right thing
To the Editor,
I am not much of a letter writer
but I have seen and heard enough.
Local governments have vowed not
to increase property taxes but must
because of budget shortfalls. Are you
kidding me? Do they not see all of the
vacant commercial property and one
foreclosure after another? If they want
matters to go from terrible to worse,
then raise taxes.
I cannot tell you how many people
are barely hanging on by a thread.
I have been a resident of Pompano
Beach for nearly 20 years. Everyone
has been affected by this economy.
I know Realtors who have lost their
homes in foreclosures. I have boat
dealer friends who have gone out of
business after 30 years.
Hell, even the tenant in our rental
town home, who is a mortgage broker,
lost his own home to foreclosure.
In times like these, our local govern-
ments need to be cutting taxes, not
raising them. Otherwise things will get
See TAXES on page 16


LBTS commission meetings more

professional, but just in case,

officials adopt code of conduct

By Judy Vik
COMMENTARY
Recently Lauderdale-By-The-Sea commissioners passed both a code of con-
duct and an ethics ordinance.
The action may at first seem like overkill since commissioners are already
bound by state and county rules of ethics. LBTS commissioners decided they
needed an ethics code that was stricter than the state.
But in approving the new rules, several LBTS commissioners were keeping
campaign promises. Scot Sasser, for one, promised both a code of conduct and
an ethics code when he campaigned. Chris Vincent, Roseann Minnet and Sasser
all talked about the need for restoring decorum on the dais as they met voters on
the campaign trail.
For the most part, this commission, with the addition of Sasser and Vincent,
already has restored decorum to meetings.
That had already happened when former Vice Mayor Jerry Mclntee decided
not to run for re-election and moved out of town. Even more of the contention
was gone once the commission fired Town Manager Esther Colon.
Meetings are now run in a much more businesslike manner; they're much
shorter. They used to regularly stretch over several hours and two days. And
now commissioners even share a laugh once in awhile and seem to be enjoying
what they're doing and each other's company.


Letters to the Editor


A


6 The Pelican Opinions and Editorials


Friday, August 6, 2010







The Pelican 7


F~ridAcu Augusot 6. 20101


Combat engineer battalion to reunite here 8/12 to 8/14,

Robert Todd and 7 remaining WWII Veterans of the 320th


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Robert Todd, Pompano
Beach architect and activist
with the local Historical So-
ciety, took on a challenge that
was tough, even for him.
He will host the 320th Com-
bat Engineer Battalion re-
union happening right here in
Pompano Beach at the Ocean
Point Beach Resort from Aug.
12 to 14.
"It was a huge job," he
admits, "but I guess I'm
glad I'm still alive to do it. I
contacted eight or nine living
veterans from my unit plus the
widows of those who had died
both in action and of natural
causes. We lost four more
veterans since our reunion last
year in Washington D.C."
"Once I knew 24 people
were attending, I began to
set up happy hours, dinners
and activities suitable to our
ages," he explains. We'll be
taking an Everglades airboat
tour, a Goodyear Blimp Base
tour, and a Riverboat tour of
the Intracoastal and the New
River."
The climax of the reunion
happens at 6 p.m. at the
Pompano Beach Pier on Aug.
14 with a memorial ceremony
celebrating the ending of
World War II, Aug. 14, 1945.
The public is welcome to join
the these heroes of WWII as
they pay tribute to the widows
and veterans of The Greatest
Generation who died or were
missing in action.


TRINII'Y
|( Hl.R.' R H 1 I| .igiii, Mt
A VibrntRelevant Church,^

Pre^cotl &ElemetaTry School
Ser^fvlSingorCommunity.
3901 NE 22nd AiiitveviS^^
954-941-8033BI^^


Todd : 4 . 5
will in-
troduce . . .
Pom-
pano . .
Beach
Mayor
Lamnar
FisherThe way it was! Young
to the Robert Todd is pictured
group. here just out of basic train-
The ing and ready to join the
Ameri- 320th Combat Engineer
Battalion and head out to
can the European battle front.
Legion
and Boy Scouts Color Guard
will come forward with the
Memorial Wreath. Ryan Car-
swell will sing the National
Anthem. Col. Rev. Wm. Sims,
WWII Chaplain, will give the
invocation.
Andy Buglione and the Boy
Scouts will lead the Pledge of
Allegiance.
Earle Browning of the 320th
will speak and conclude with
the reading of "A Soldier Died
Today." Todd will address the
veterans, widows and families
present.
The honor guard and the
320th Combat Engineers and
widows will march on to
the pier and cast the wreath
into the ocean to honor the
dead and missing in action.
The ceremony ends with an
American Legion rifle salute
and the playing of taps.
Following the memorial
service to fallen heroes, the
reunion group is invited to
enjoy Music Under the Stars,
sponsored by the City of Pom-
pano Beach.


About the 320th
Engineer Battalion
The 95th Infantry Division
was an infantry division of the
U.S. Army. Today it exists as
the 95th Training Division, a
component of the U.S. Army
Reserve based in Fort Sill,
Oklahoma.
Renowned for fighting back
fierce German counter attacks
in WWII, the division earned
the nickname "Iron Men of
Metz" for fighting to liberate
and defend the town.
The division was sent into
combat on Oct. 19 in the
Moselle River bridgehead sec-
tor east of Moselle and South
of Metz. It patrolled the Seille
River near Cheminot, captur-
ing the forts surrounding Metz


and repulsing enemy attempts
to cross the river. Todd was
wounded Nov. 19 during the
third crossing to Moselle.
On Nov. 22, the city of
Metz was captured. The divi-
sion went on to fight, enter-
ing Germany on Nov. 28 and
battled onward, maintaining
its final position on the north
bank of the Ruhr until the end
of the war.
The division returned to
the United Stated on June 29,
1945.
It had spent 151 days in


combat with 1,128 killed in
action, 4,783 wounded in
action, 394 missing in action,
and 65 prisoners of war.
The division also suffered
3,834 non-battle casualties for
a total of 10,204 casualties in
WWII.
Soldiers of this division
were awarded one Medal
of Honor, 18 Distinguished
Service Crosses, 14 Legion of
Merit Medals, 665 Silver Star
Medals, 15 Soldier's Medals,
2,992 Bronze Star Medals and
162 Air Medals.


"H e.efored TeanC"'
" formed Teaching


Sunday Nlorning'Worship - 11 a.m.
Sunday Sfiool - 9:30 a.m.

Services held at pano Beach High School
, NE 13th Ave
"N 1hano Beach, FL
Shuttle service . available from your car to auditorium
�->and back to car.
:1www.newvpres.org


________________ q.u
II


I 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


"I was a stranger and you took me in..."
l -Matt. 25:35


Wefcome )iome
to St. w(Niciiolis
~Episccopa(Cfiurcfi


Sunday:
Eucharist 8:00 am & 10:30 am
Children's Prioqams 10:30 am
Adult Ed 9:30


Thursday:
Office hours: 9 a.m. to 4p.m. Eucharist & Healing Service 10 am
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm
Sat.R10.-1pm .Sun.12-1pm Followed By Bible Study
1111 E. Sample Rd., Poinpmu, Beach, Fl. 33064 * 954-9-12-5,7


C .. Chahad of L Broward Beaches
PServicing the areas of: Lighthouse Point,
CW Ai Deerfield, Hillsboro & Pompano Beaches


COME JOIN OUR SYNAGOGUE'S FAMILY!
We offer Shabbat Services, Kabbalah Classes, Holiday Programs,
Adult Education. Teen and Childrens Programs and much more!


Please contact us for all your Judaism needs!
chabadoflighthousepoint@gmail.com ''
Rabbi Tzvi Dechter * 954.842.8242 * 347.410.1108
www.chabadofnbrowardbeaches.com


Hungry for
^ Judaism?
COME TO:
Jewish Center
at Temple Sholom
a progressive, conservative synagosue
...bridging the old with the new-
132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach
954-942-6410
templesholomflorida.org


S St. Philip
Episcopal Church
465 \\ 15th St. I'mon;' ,. m ..li
954-785-2437
Rev. Dr. John Nganga
Holy Euicharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. \niWednesd.ys
Holy Eucharist Sundas 9 a.m.


f ST. FLI/ABI. I'1
-'- OF HIUINGARY
ROM AN CATilOLIC
1j CHURCH
Sat. Evening Vigil: 4:30 pm (Fng.) 6:30 pmn (Span.)
Sun. Mass Schedule: 7:30 am (Creole) * 9 am (Eng)
111:3. amin I nei 12:00 (Creole)
I Wm, 1li.. l'hnd,. .-Saturday 8:00 am
I ridl ,i 5:311 in I )111 i il' .1 I
Monday & Wednesday 7:00 pm (Creole)
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


I II


There's always Something MORE at pMrnmf s ItAE, / "
Frst BV ClOiuntt 1
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


Unitarian Universalist Church

of Fort Lauderdale
Open Open
Hearts 2.d Mnds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services & I\I- classes Sunday at 11:00am
3970 NW 21 st A,\ enuic. Fort Lauderdale
954.484.6734 * www.uucfl.org


__________________________ Er


CHRIST CHURCH

UNITED METHODIST
SUNDA Y WORSHIP- 8:00 A.M.
TRADITIONAL COMMUNION SERVICE
210 N.E. 3RD STR E E T - POMPANO BL ACI H
954-943-0404
www.echristchurch.org


rFluay9,e-XUgUNL U,,QUJLU


-Tr


I W -- - 7- ----1 1


IR. le
At


an


I If - -


, - l l l I I l I I I I I I l


It L


I






Friday, August 6, 2010


8 The Pelican


You can make a

difference, too


Boys of Summer

Culinary Event
Experience cooking demonstrations
and sample the latest food trends pre-
pared by local celebrity chefs. These
delectable dishes will be paired with
refreshing summer wine selections.
Chef Allen Susser of Chef Allen's,
Chef Oliver Saucy of Caf6 Max, Chef
Andy Trousdale of Le Bistro and Chef
Carlos Fernandez of Hi Life Cafe will
share their secrets Aug. 25 from 6 to
8:30 p.m. at Florida Builders Appli-
ances, Pompano Showroom, 1742
W. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach.
Tickets are $20. All proceeds benefit
Feeding South Florida. Help feed
690,000 children and adults in South
Florida. Call 954-518-1832.

ENA Bowling

Tournament
On Aug. 28 the Wilton Manors
Eastside Neighborhood Association
will host its 4th Annual Wilton Manors
Neighborhood Associations Bowling
Tournament at Manor Lanes, 1517
NE 26 St. in Wilton Manors, at 1 p.m.
For more, email Brett Nein at Nein@
WiltonManors-ENA.org or call 954-
658-1483.

Family Fun Day
Splashes and Smiles 2nd Annual
Family Fun Day will be held at the
Pompano Aquatic Center, 820 NE 18
Ave., Pompano Beach, on Aug. 14
from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Admission is
free. The Fantastic Party Factory will
be on hand providing entertainment,
including airbrushed tattoos, family
style games and relays, a visit from
The Little Mermaid and Nemo & the
Fish. Children can hop aboard the
Pompano Beach Fire Department's
fire truck for a tour. Funky Fish Kid's
Day will be providing free mini
snorkeling lessons for all swimmers.
There will be a raffle that will feature
incredible items, and gift certificates
from various businesses, including
Pink Slip Threads, Auto Logic and Pet
Splash as well as some participation
prizes. For more, to donate items to
the raffle, sponsor the event or volun-
teer, call 754-246-0665.


Joyce Hager will be on hand with her mobile gift

shop for National Lighthouse Day tomorrow, Aug. 7


/
------
S; : \ \ 5. <.? t ,

^-- ^.' ~~~~/\\. * *\'


a.
,I
dll^- __.


Pr W


Joyce Hager not only manages the gift shop of Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society, but also does all of the buying, storing and transporting of
the inventory to the site for Saturday tours which happen four to six times each year. IPhoto courtesy of Hib Casselberry]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
"No need to wonder what to do this
Saturday," Joyce Hager says. "'The
Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation So-
ciety, or HLPS, and the Coast Guard
Auxiliary will hold its sununer tour
of Hillsboro Lighthouse. The ticket
table for the 9 a.m. narrated round trip
boat tour will be open at 8 :45 a.m.
at the Sands Harbor Hotel & Marina.
And when the visitors arrive to tour
the lighthouse, grounds, and museum
I'll be there with our gift shop table of
items for sale."
For nine years, Hager has managed
the gift shop from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on the four to six tour days when the
Lighthouse is open to the public each
year. Title of Director doesn't do jus-
tice to what Hager actually does.
Martha Casselberry, award winning
editor of the Big Diamond Newsletter,
says, "Joyce, helped by her husband
Mike, transports the boxes of inven-
tory every time we have open house
tours. Often she sets up shop on her
own tables. She stores the entire
inventory in an unused bedroom in her
house and crowds it all into her car
to stock her gift shop which currently
is several tables of gifts. She truly
deserves recognition because she is
not only director of the gift shop, she
is also the only woman serving on the


Making a Difference
Phyllis J. . . -
wants your
suggestions
about people
you know who'
are making a
difference. '
Call 954- ..
783-8700 to ,. '
recommend a
candidate for
this column.

board."
Hager is also the buyer of the mer-
chandise sold in the gift shop.
She says, "I have vendors from all
over the country who contact me on
the phone or by e-mail. I do a lot of
buying on web sites. Business is best
during our winter months because the
tourists are here and they buy more
mementos. My biggest sellers are t-
shirts, tank tops, pins, iron on patches,
magnets, caps, bookmarks, Christmas
ornaments and mouse pads. In this
economy, people are choosing inex-
pensive reminders of their visits to us.
All proceeds from the gift shop benefit
the Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation
Society."
Asked how she became so involved
in this organization, she laughs and


says, "I met Hib, and anyone who
knows Hib Casselberry knows the
man's fascination with and dedication
to this lighthouse. He invited me to
attend a board meeting with him and
before I knew it, I was the gift shop
director."
With a little prodding, she admits
she has a soft spot for lighthouses and
for good reason. "I had sailed around
the Egmont Key Lighthouse for years
and always thought it was a very ro-
mantic setting. And for me it certainly
turned out that way. I married Mike
inside that lighthouse in 1998."
Until retiring, Hager was a motel
owner in Deerfield Beach. "I don't
feel retired," she admits, "because it
seems like I'm always busy. I'm also
Florida Lighthouse Association, or
FLA, District One Commissioner.
This covers the entire eastern seaboard
from Amelia Island down to Cape
Florida. I took this volunteer job less
than a year ago and totally subsidize
myself as I travel to meetings and
report back to the FLA about what's
going on up and down the coast. I'm
also on the Board of Directors of the
Deerfield Beach Historical Society
and this lighthouse board. I keep very
active locally because I like to be
involved where it counts."
Thank you Joyce Hager for your
help in preserving history for the com-
munity.


P..Nil p
Fom ryN is aSI n


FREE 2 r -.
IFT MONTHS 9: U
'M a5FREE : IISABIaGmGard
I JUSt take 1 'or tEvery Rental You
a tour of NoLonagTrm Reler to us.
our laCHilit Agireemeins RMeAuredl AsI Manager for Details.'
- I - - -.. .-u- - - 2- ,, I . r ], . y ,,.o - E -, A' _ ,,t ,1 . '
"Offer Is based on unit availability on new rentals by new customers only. Offer excludes
applicable administration and Insurance fees. Offer has no cash value, Void where
prohibited. See manager for details. Offer expires 8/31/10. Extra Space Storage LLC.
Marketing Code LNP "


if Copans
of 1-95


[AcrylicSet $1
Regular Tip & 1/3 Extension

Acrylic Fills $13
Regular Tip, 2 Weeks
Sand 1/3 Extension $ 3 :


GRANDOPNNGSPCALSAKABOU OU SNIO CTIZN ISCOUNTm~


I


You Desen ExtraSpac

EXTRA SP Storage
1450 West Copans Rd, Pompano Beach, FL 33064.


.. &a*, � '*w ............. -
European Facial-10-5 MMM
Waxing - $7 and up
Air Brush - $4 and up
ponexphes8/31/10
EWML..CMOLI
son MEMEM m NiVEMEM Mff-F-V7


. ... . ... ..- .. ...


I


nR ...................


I








Friday. Auszust 6~ 2010 The Pelican 9


Jones
Continued from page I
could not afford to pay for the
second semester.
Jones went home to work
at the local movie theater as
a ticket taker where theater
owner and boss gave him
enough money for one more
semester.
He took it and finished his
second semester with plans
to work all summer for the
next semester. But that didn't
happen.
With enough funds to head
back to Daytona, Jones'
mother became ill and needed
an operation.
He said he didn't think
twice about taking his sum-
mer pay and helping his moth-
er get the surgery she needed.
Words from his mother,
"Don't take yourself too seri-
ously. "
But broke again, young
Jones, signed up for the U.S.
Army where he was sent to
Korea as a cryptographic
technician serving for three
years. He then finished his
college degree at Bethune on
the GI Bill and headed for
Pompano Beach.
Words inscribed when enter-
ing Bethune Cookman, "Enter
to Learn."
Words inscribed when leav-
ing, "Depart to Serve."
"Mrs. Cookman impressed
upon me that the slogan was
not just to look at. When we
left Cookman, we had an ob-
ligation to serve. That always
stayed with me," he said.
Another woman, Blanche
General Ely, would be next
to make an impression on the
young Jones.
Mrs. Ely offered Jones a
teaching position.
"She said we had to care
about our students, and the
students had know that we
cared about them. A lot of
children don't have anyone to
care about them," he said.
Mrs. Ely had a theory about
basic skills. She told Jones
that was the most important
thing.
"She would say it's not so
important to get through the
book as it is to making sure
the students were learning
their skills, even if we had to
teach it two or three times,"
he said. As to respect, Mrs.
Ely's philosophy was solid.
"Respect can't be demanded,
but you can command it by
your actions."
James Jones became in-
volved with the political scene
in Pompano Beach, serving
as treasurer for his friend,
Larkins. He also served on
various advisory boards,
lending his skills to the com-
munity development advisory
board, fire fighters pension
board as well as the city and


Jones as

husband,
father,
friend,

educator,
Man of

the Year
James L. Jones with
daughter, Angella
Vann, and wife,
Thelma. [Right]
E. Pat Larkins and
Jones share a laugh
at a Blanche Ely
High School event.
[Photos courtesy of
James L. Jones]
the county's charter review
boards.
He says of civic involve-
ment, "The service you render
is the price you pay for the
space you occupy."
Thousands of students and
teachers have passed under
the tutelage of James L. Jones
since he landed that first
job in Pompano Beach. And
living most of his life in the
milieu of academics, he has a
few ideas on that subject.
"From an administrator's


II:111


uarbara
Seeley Curtis, Esq.
Over 30 Years Experience
Member of FL Bar,
Southern District of Florida
Member of Deerfield
Chamber of Commerce


point of view, I learned that
in order to bring out the best
in teachers, the leader should
develop a team approach. We
have gotten away from a lot
of things in education," he
says. "A lot of people think
everybody's going to college.
It's not true. We have gotten
away from teaching things
kids can learn in high school."
He referred to auto mechan-
ics and other service skills
that would prepare students
for real jobs after high school.


NEED RELIEF?...
Call Barbara
* Bankruptcy
* Estate Planning
* Divorce
* Family Law



954-784-8992
Fax: 954-784-9242
legalbarb@aol.com


S Eldorado

Building -


3170 North Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point, FL

* Offices from 500 Sq. Ft. * Conference room available
* Executive Suites from for all tenants


100 Sq. Ft.


* All offices separately metered


AI M iami IN THE HEART OF AFFLUENT LIGHTHOUSE POINT
Build on the power of our network. "
I,, 1 16 . . ..,, 1221 Brickell Avenue
Miami, Florida 33156 Miami, Florida 33131
Phone 954-784-1333


"I recently took my car to
an Ely graduate who had his
own business in Pompano
Beach to repair headliners,
the interior top upholstery in
a car. I was happy to see him
doing so well," he said. "We
can change the curriculum to
help students find those jobs."
As to sport, Jones is a big
believer in the motivational
tool of sports. Mrs. Ely has a
strict rule that worked well in
her day. To play sports, Mrs.
Ely demanded a "C" average
for one sport and a "B" aver-


age to play two.
"Kids are like roses," says
Jones. "They bloom at differ-
ent times."
While Jones has noted some
powerful influences from
some women in his life, it
is his wife, Thelma, and his
daughter, Angella Vann, who
have remained the apple of
his eye.
Thank you James L. Jones
for your contribution to the
children and the leaders of
this community and for your
dedication to education.


wrm:Y.1%Z 1.01 11 IJ 4 m


Support the

Boys & Girls Club
14th ANNUAL

TUINN'S RUN
Sunday, October 3rd
Register today at
www.dunnsrun.com


I d6mmll�


The Pelican 9


Friday, August 6, 2010






10 The Pelican Friday, August 6, 2010


SPECIAL

* Crowns $595*
* Build up not included (2752)

* Surgical Implants $995*
For Crown & Bridges (6010)
* Implant must be restored in office.

* Laser Whitening $349
Teeth Whitening in an Hour (9972) .


* PERIODONTIST
* ENDODONTIST
* PROSTHODONTIT
* ORAL SURGEON
* ORTHODONTIST
ALL ON STAFF


* Uses A Laser For Early Detection I
Of Decay (Which Would Not Be Visible
On An X-Ray) Keeps Your Cost Low
* Uses A Laser For Gum Disease
* 1 Day Customized Dentures
* Sedation Dentistry
* Digital X-Ray (80% Less Radiation To Patient)
* 12 Month No Interest Financing Available
* Most Insurance Accepted
* Evening Appointments Available
WILL BEAT ANY WRITTEN ESTIMATE!
--%vww d0 rs ie0 o-i


Se Habla Espafiol
In Pompano Beach
1600 E. Atlantic Blvd.
(954) 782-1992


No Dental Insurance?
NO PROBLEM!


FREE
Dental
Discount Plan*
Offer Applies
To 1st iw2s
New Patients
*$39 Administration Fee P
r------------- ------
CLEANING SPECIAL:
Initial Exam (D0150)
Full Set of X-Rays (D0210)
Cleaning (D1110) $I
(Healthy Gums Only)
Free Fluoride For Kids I
New Patients Only
OFFER GOOD THRU 8/3110
JUST CALL FOR YOUR APPT. I
I P
. . --- ------- =-- -' m
FREE

SPECIAL GET ACQUAINTED OFFER:
Exam (0150) * Oral Cancer Screening I
* 2 Bite Wing X-Rays (0272) * TMJ Evaluation
* Cosmetic Evaluation * Periodontal Evaluation
OFFER GOOD THRU 8/31/10
JUST CALL FOR YOUR APPT. p
- M .- M A--..M.M MW- A M--.M-1


In Ft. Lauderdale
Bayview Dental & Assoc.
2633 E. Commercial Blvd.
(954) 776-4720


*


- - II-
The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for any other i- -. .-n iii:,' ,r treatment which is
performed or a result of and within seventy-two (72) hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination ortreatment,


II.-.


'4


I


77MtnJr


VISIT US AT:
784A NE 44th St.
Oakland Park, FL

CALL US AT:
Off: 954.563.9100
Cell: 954.325.6080


PHONE U.UOnTES;
2 BROWARD LOCATIONS ON FED HWY (US J



DEERFIELD PAWN TWO GUYS PAWN
954-421-4270 954-565-0727


NEW LOCATION
In Plantation
Plantation Park Dental
7420 NW 5th St, Ste 101
(9547) 791-0330


--i l l


Judges
Continued from page 6
dignity to our courtrooms.
How?
We can email, write and
call our state legislators and
demand it. If they fail to hear
the demands, again we have
the polls to remove them from
office.
On Aug. 20, The Pelican
will publish profiles of judi-
cial candidates for the county
and circuit courts. While we
have not interviewed them
personally, we have attended
several forums to hear their
responses to questions and
their reasons for seeking the
bench-some of those reasons
are absurd. We will recom-
mend from what we have tried
to discern from these forums.
We know our readers; they
are citizens concerned with
their communities. We urge
them to go to the polls as
informed as possible.

Sightings
Continued from page 3
Instructor needed
The NE Focal Point Senior
Center, 227 NW 2 St., Deer-
field Beach is in need of a
bridge instructor. There is also
room available for existing
bridge groups. Call Claire or
Michelle at 954-480-4447.
Help Out
St. Coleman's Men's Club,
Pompano Beach, is support-
ing military personnel through
an ongoing drive for items,
including toiletries, sand
scarves, t-shirts and snack
foods. Donations of money
are used to cover mailing
costs for shipping care pack-
ages. Checks should be made
to St. Coleman's Men's Club
with memo for Servicemen
Charity Drive. Mail checks to
6278 N. Fed. Hwy. #361, Fort
Lauderdale, FL 33308 or call
954-771-3488.
Vendors needed
The women of Esther Circle,
at Trinity United Methodist
Church, are hosting the first
Fall Market Festival. They are
seeking vendors of home-
See SIGHTINGS on page 14


*


----I


muLQM9&Hr-. W&2bml U81), &ILK00 N,
ARE YOUR WINDOWS & SLIDING GLASS DOORS:SECURE FOR THE
HURRIICANE:SEASON?77
GIVE USA CALL AND WE"LLCHECK & REPAIRTHEWFORYOU.-
FROM HALLANDALE TO BOCA RATON 'YOU'LL, SEE',OU,,R'TRUCKl.


� l -- - -- - --- - I


I


MmftM WIMAr










St. Coleman's Men's Club fishing tournament raises

$3,500 for Special Olympics Broward County


By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach - The first
boats in had slim pickings.
But as the day wore on, an-
glers in the 10th Annual Walk
on Water Fishing Tournament
were bringing in their fair
share of fish.
"We had our first fish at
7:03 a.m. and had a double-
header within 10 minutes. But
we lost like three big ones,"
said Scott Jesue, of the Kelly
Ann. Jesue and the rest of the
Kelly Ann's crew caught three
kings, six bonita, a barracuda
and a trigger fish. "The bite
was in the morning," said
Jesue. Anglers from the Kelly
Ann weren't the only ones to
lose some of their catch. Jeff
and Ryan Gendreau, from No
Drama, caught two kingfish
but lost one to a shark.
For some anglers, losing a
big one may have been prefer-
able to what they were lucky
enough to get that day.
"There just wasn't much out
there. If we caught a bigger
one we would have brought
it in," said Margie McGaugh,
of Making Memories, about
the 3.8 pound dolphin they
brought in. "We found lots


of really little babies," said
Kyle Branyon, of Mak-
ing Memories. "They just
wouldn't bite." Living The
Dream came, in first place
with an overall catch of 96.4
pounds and the largest tuna,
27.4 pounds "Those guys
were going after it," said


[ LJ]
Dr. Janke and Dr. Naide
South Florida's
1st and MOST EXPERIENCED
Anterior Hip Surgeons using
the Hana Surgical Table
Dr. Janke is the
Medical Director of the Joint
Replacement Center and
Dr. Naide is the
Medical Director of
Orthopedic Trauma at North
Broward Medical Center


Tony Bennett about his Living
The Dream crewmates, who
caught three kings and two
blackfin tunas.
Chris Nettles, owner of
CJ's Draft House in Deerfield
Beach, one of the event's
main sponsors, and Jeff
Henkemeyer, brought in two


Anterior Hip
Replacement

* No Post-Op
Precautions
* Less Pain
* Quicker Recovery
* No Muscles Cut

Learn more at our seminar:
Wednesday, August 11th
6:00 - 8:00 pm
North Broward Medical Center
RSVP: 954-942-4433


Dr. Bruce Janke and Dr. Steven Naide
EAST COAST ORTHOPAEDICS
1201 East Sample Road Pompano Beach, FL
954-942-4433
eastcoastortho.com


dolphins on their boat Bite
Me. They also took fourth
place with 42 pounds, includ-


ing the largest dolphin which
weighed in at 23 pounds.
See TOURNAMENT on page 23


. o, ,.*�,
'.. : ..
J ,.,�.,;*, -." *


Ri MWWrORt4EYS


WHITES & KAPETAN


ATTORNEYS


MARC A. WITES
AI'TOR'Jf) 4TL.4LV
Unlvets6 ,I 1AliCh,Clan B4'
COllegt Of Ld tv 10


ALEX N. KAPETAN, JR.
A TORNEYAT LAW
HjrtaidJU Lhrsir., 6 A
LU.tIIr;Iry ofMMiami,
,".ioroc of Law, J.D.


p "U


Caring In-Home Companions
"The client Gets what the Client Wants"!

Did You KNOW?
Free for you! You aren't paying for your Aid:
Free Background check, Free Fingerprinting check, Free
Emigration status check, Free Driving records check, Free Car
Insurance policy check, Free Liability Insurance, Free Bonding
Insurance, Free Workmen's Compensation Insurance, Free
Licensing, Free Drug Tests Records, Free Vaccinations Records,
Free Assessment, Free scheduling, Free Aid replacement,
Free Information on elderly topics, Free performance check,
Free supervision visits, Free reports,
We manage all Taxes, Free of worries, Free of fears,
Free phone call...

All this, and much more included
in our affordable Senior Helpers Rates.
Call today! Toll Free 954-707-5030


We All Love Senior Helpers!
www.seniorhelpers.com/location/1201
#229745


H i P PA I N'70'70'70 I


Friday, August 6, 2010_


The Pelican 11






Friday, August 6, 2010


12 The Pelican


Amnesty
Continued from page 1
said Suzette Sibble, finance
director.
A final vote on the exten-
sion is expected in September.
"The next step in this
process will take a more
drastic turn. We will get the


collection attorney to go after
residents who have not paid
their liens."
Sibble says so far the city
has received 400 applica-
tions for the amnesty program
and only 150 of those are in
compliance. The remaining
250 have not been verified.
The city has collected $70,000
dollars in past due fines.


STAY COOL!
* Inspect vehicle's hose fittings & compressor
* Perform system leak test * Run performance test
Does not include evacuation, recharge and refrigerant
A/C SERVICE $15.95 (REG $24.95) Most vehicles



ITRO Fill U

AUTO REPAIR


(10OW30) REG $14.95 Most Light Cars & Trucks. Includes:
3 DAYS ONLY ,*Metallic * New Liningi -Resurface Front Rotors
Su~ayRepack Front Wheel Bearings $o8 95
Tuesday *'Reface Rear Drums Most Cars 1'oW .
:Thursday * Friday Replace Rear Brake Linings
EPrice Subjectto Change I Bleed and Adjust Price Subjectto Change * Expires 8/31/10

USA AUTO CARE PLUS
Wilton Manors: 2630 N Dixie Hwy
'954.530.7947
Sunrise: 10301 NW 50 St, Ste 101
954.578.3323
M-F 8am-6pm * Sat 8am-3pm




iSFREA.com
SOUTH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE ADVISORS
2670 N. Federal Hwy.
SLighthouse Point ,FL 33064
!i[V -954-742-282Z


,7ViriBS^^B

^^^Fl~fffREEiH~^^
^^BLS Search^^^







Servingyousince 1987


City officials say the book
value for old fines is esti-
mated at $400 million dollars.
Fines have been accrued at
the rate of $50 dollars per day.
The city has thousands of old
liens on the books and is hop-
ing the amnesty program will
help residents wipe the slate
clean.
"The goal here is compli-
ance," said Sandra King,
public information officer.
"We want them to come up to
compliance and reduce what
they owe." City administra-


tors say the amnesty program
is one way the city can con-
tinue to maintain neighbor-
hoods, protect property value
and preserve quality of life for
its residents.
Property owners who have
code enforcement liens, nui-
sance abatement and unsafe
structure liens on their proper-
ties must settle them in full
before they are eligible for
amnesty.
Those who are taking part
in the amnesty program are
asked to get their property


TA -1.1 It .I I..JI'-ilk 4 -* TIT77 .1 Jri3


in compliance and call their
designated code enforcer to
ensure that their property is up
to code.
Once the inspector signs
off, the property owner will
receive a letter from the city
stating that he or she is in
compliance. The homeowner
can settle for the reduced
amount in over six months.
Liens accrue a daily $50
charge if the homeowner does
not bring the property into
compliance. Those property
owners have received letters
from the city advising them of
their violation status.
Some banks have taken ad-
vantage of amnesty on prop-
erties that have been taken
over through the foreclosure
process. Some violations were
over $1 million.
In the future the city will
be imposing stricter rules
- sending property owners to
collection if they do not come
into compliance and pay their
fines within 90 days.
Official amnesty ends on
Aug. 18. Applications filed
prior to that date will qualify
for the $500 maximum fine
provided all violations are
corrected.
For more information
amnesty program forms, call
the special magistrate office at
954-786-4509.


Call The Pelican to Advertise!
954-783-8700!


mm-


i ,COVER :

: With Weber Grills

On Carts Offer Expires 8/14/10
540 S. Federal Hwy., /
S Pompano Beach, FL 33062 r I \ ' j :
Open Mon-Sat 9:30- 6:30 * Closed Sunday ' f ' 9 ,' I
3 g 954-781-5163
N


IRJ~MUMSP~


O-er 30 'ears Erperience
Complete Bath Remodeling

Starting at $5,995
Marble * Limestone ' Granite
Porcelain * Glass Tiles * Mosaics
Shower Enclosures
Grout Restoration

From Inspiration to Installation


MaN ,rble c .r mCr.i,~clni% Sh I'
Ii t B.Aiiiom ,1'R.n I l


a - * S I - -
I...;; S I






The Pelican 13


F' A t54vJ tAbj~t 6. 201


Wedding bells
to ring in
LBTS


Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Mayor Roseann Minnet
and Charles L. Curtis
were honored after the
announcement of their
engagement during a break
between town commission
meetings July 28. Curtis, an
attorney with offices in Fort
Lauderdale, proposed the
previous evening at the Blue
Moon Fish Co.
"You are my family," an
obviously touched Minnet
said to those in attendance.
Curtis is also an adjunct
professor of law at Nova
Southeastern University,
Sheppard Broad Law Center,
Fort Lauderdale. Minnet owns
a lighting business. No date
has been set for the wedding.


Natural Pet Food
NO.MORE PAW. CHEWNG W6
NO MORE HOT: SPOTS!
rf. icators of allergies derived.fro.m '
petfoodscointairing grains' t


Natures Variety
Primal
Bravo
Stella & Chewys
Canidae
Timberwolf
Weruva
Solid Gold
Earthborn Holistics
California Naturals
Royal Canine


Red Barn
Dogswell
Zuke's
Rawhealth
Mulligan's Srew
Evo
Natural Balance
Orijen
Ziwipeak
Taste of the Wild
Holistic Select


Bring in tbit c ' 6 on,
f.1ora F~REE -Bag of
NIturaW.Vaeiety'AlI
Natur~i Frozen Haw
1r,6 cmbincd~,ih ar,-othsr. oTfre'
Or~e cupbn per chknr.,
Witjrceupoon~y rjppEPa.31' 8I�i2


Crii.r.fl3-..up fr he (it? Dogq Lovu'.":rs Sul


SOUIH FLORIDA
| Dentistry- www.sfldco.com

S Children Senr ing South Florida
& ORTHODONTICS, P.A. For Over 37 Years

PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
James G. Bennett, D.M.D. * Robert C. Stephens, D.M.D.
Lauren M. Govemale, D.M.D.
- 'our Hometown DeIIists Since 1972 -
iPompano Beach I ,.," Ajrinw-. Boca Raton
1930 N. 3ith C . * i. ,i 5458Town Cenctr Rd
iPolip.no Ii.ach,11 3064 . ' .,.. I i 306 Boca Raton, FL 334
(95 i) 781 1855 , ,. .. - . _ " i (561) 391 6660


jflyebo�


438 S Ciwi,'ss 'Rd, ', PzaiL 'Beach
Hours: Mon-Fri 6am to 3pm
Sat & Sun 7am-2:30pm


954.785.3646
Carolina Pulled Pork
Sandwich ... $5.99

Every Day Lunch Specials
N':v Starting at $4.99
FREE DELIVERY
Greg, the King Nelson, owner



WN-
We.... .-bb-




Breakfasm
Starting at $2.99


Q One Happy Tstaurant!


BEACH CAFE


Casual beach side dining
* Fresh seafood, salads, pasta, steaks & burgers
* Lunch & dinner daily * Sunday breakfast buffet
* Live entertainment 7 days a week



WA AM.


50% Off Lunch
at Bars Only
I0 ,t/ t'' i.rhirc.,us:, fa beverage
Mon-Thur * Il:00am-3:30pm
Up to $12.99 value
Not valid on holidays


efF" idJays
HAPPY HOUR
(4pm - 7pm at the bar only)
Tropical Pig Roast Buffet
2-4-1 Drinks * Live Music


Lauderdale-By-The-Sea on Commercial Blvd. and the Ocean
954.776.0001 * www. arubabeachcafe. com


N~LAi

~ iI~


Itp5JIIJ1~7JIOpIIkC5IL CUI


rrluay9,AuguNt U, Z.IYJLky


MOMMEMI


I






Friday, August 6, 2010


14 The Ppliean


BOOK YOUR -..
FANTASY DRAFT PARTIES AT JC WAHOO'S
as

L-J\ . j


Summer Nights < W
Karaoke Night
Every Thursday at 7pmr
Music By The Sea
Saturday Nights outdoor street party
Summer Specials
2 FOR 1 BREAKFAST .
^L-==FOR 1 LUNCH
with purchase of 2 beverages
Vaid Monday -- Friday, one per table $12 max.

4400 N Ocean Dr. L.B.T.S (A1A & Commercial)
954-771-2900





O CHECKER'S

Oid Munchen
German-American Restaurant Est. 1982

CELEBRATING 2.5 YEARS *** "Show Time" Sun Sentinel
Lunches from $7.95 Dinners from $13.95

"TWO FOR WEDNESDAY
Buy one entree and get the second entr6e free
with the purchase of 2 alcoholic beverages.
(Available on Wednesday only * Please present coupon before
guest check is presented to you. No Exceptions!) PP

f2 orr 1 EARLY
Weinerschnitzel I BIRD:
Buy 1 Weiner Scnitzel l SPECIAL:
and Get the 2nd FREE ID Monday - FridayO
With the purchase of 2 Alcoholic 5pm - 6:30pm:
Beverages. (Cash only. 1 coupon - (Only valid with this:
per table) PP cOupon)ith:
We Accept Reservations coupon) PP
We Accept Reservations C


uDaLUT


-j


S Euro Continental Cuisine
German and Hungarian dishes at its very best.
- RATED 5ouLof 5* ***b/G a

"WEDNESDAY" N"--

with purchase of 2 beverages
STHURSDAYS
1V,, IV-,, COMPLETE
SURF-or-TURF
Prime Rib $13.95
J,'LIVE 1 1/4 Ib
Maine Steanmed Lobster $11.95':
FRIDAY SPECIAL " s12.00 Menu
199 East Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale
�.(1 block East of Andrews Northside of OakIandc)
954.565.90214
Re rvations Suggested - Dinner served Wed - Sun from 4PM to dosel
Closed Mon and Tues.


toot of Anglin's Fishing Fier, Laudrdale b Sea
� *Its our pleasure to serve

Commernal Bwul-.ard ind rAiz Atn
A Destination Restaurant





L .* MUSIC & BELt DANCING FRI &' SAT. AT 9:30 P;.. -
..,^* ' [" * -


Sightings
Continued from page 10
made, homegrown or unique
crafty products. Proceeds
from the festival will go
to support the church and
various church missions. The
event takes place on Oct. 2,
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.. at Trin-
ity United Methodist Church,
3901 NE 22 Ave. Lighthouse
Point. Call 954-941-8033 or
visit www.trinitychurchlhp.
corn to download and applica-
tion and view cost of spaces.
Audtitions
"Follies" [Concert Version]
by Stephen Sondheim;
Equity Principal Auditions by
appointment, Aug. 30 from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Caldwell
Theater, 7901 N. Federal
Hwy., Boca Raton.
Monday, August 30, 2010
For an appointment, e-mail
Patricia, with "Audition" and
Equity status in subject line
at auditions @caldwelltheatre.
corn and include contact
phone number in body of e-
mail or call 561-995-2324.
Email contact is preferred.
Equity members without
appointments will be seen
throughout the audition day as
time permits. Prepare a brief
song from the show or from
any Sondheim musical. Bring
sheet music; an accompanist
will be provided.
Aug. 7 - Hillsboro
Lighthouse Tour to celebrate
National Lighthouse Day
at the Hillsboro Lighthouse
located at Hillsboro Inlet.
Catch the shuttle boat to
the lighthouse at the Sands
Harbor Hotel, 125 N.
Riverside Drive, Pompano
Beach. Shuttle runs from 9
a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Sat., Aug.7.
Members ride free. $15 for
non-members. Sponsored
by the Hillsboro Lighthouse
Preservation Society. Call
954-942-2102 or www.
HillsboroLighthouse.org
Greight Art
Aug. 28 - Florida artists
will showcase their works
at Greight Spaces, 2611 E.
Atlantic Blvd., Pompano
Beach from 6 to 9 p.m.
Featured artists are Carrie
Bennett, Chelsey Boatwright,
Christian Bernard, Doris
Swartz, Ewa Perez, Jacki
Reeder, Joseph Romano,
Marci Wyrobeck, Marion
Steffy and Reid Perryman.
Music by Christopher Siren.
The event is free and open
to the public. Call 954-788-
9044.
Call for artists
The City of Pompano Beach
invites artists to display their
works at the E. Pat Larkins
Civic Center, 520 MLK Blvd.
and the Herb Skolnick Center,
800 Southwest 36 Ave.
See SIGHTINGS page 15







Friday, August 6, 2010 The Pelican 15


Sightings
Continued from page 14
Artists will be allotted two
spaces. Interested artists must
submit a one-page statement/
resume along with a one-
page example of work to be
included in the Artists' Book
for patrons to view. Email
nick.lazazzara@copbfl.com
Aug. 7 - Beach Cleanup
in Lauderdale-By-The
Sea from 9 to 9:30 a.m. All
interested persons are invited
to gather at the pavilion at
Commercial and the beach.
Helpers will be provided with
gloves, bags and water. The
event is sponsored by the
LBTS Chamber of Commerce.
Call 954-776-1000.
Aug. 8 - Pancake
Breakfast at Elks Lodge, 700
NE 10 St., Pompano Beach.
Adults $5; Children $2.50.
Sponsored by BPO DOES,
No. 142. Call 954-596-4333.
Aug. 12 - The Pompano
Beach Northwest CRA will
host two new conununity
programs: The small business
incubator and the job
placement center at the E. Pat
Larkins Community Center,
520 MLK Blvd., Pompano
Beach. The event takes place
from 6 to 8 p.m. Call 954-786-
5535.
Aug. 15 - Ladies Auxiliary
to the Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the United States
- The Ladies Auxiliary VFW
Post 8182, Pompano Bch. is
hosting the Dist. 15 meeting
on Aug. 15th at 10 a.m.
District 15 is pleased to have a
special guest for this meeting,
Dept. of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary VFW President,
Nancy Trivett. All members
of the Ladies Auxiliary VFW
are welcome to attend. A lunch
will be served following the
meeting. Come and welcome
the new Department President.
The Ladies Aux. VFW
Post 8182 holds its regular
meetings on the second
Saturday of each month at
1:00pm. For membership
information contact the Post
located at 243 S. Dixie Hwy.
or call 954- 943-3552.
Aug. 15 - Sierra Club
Annual Club Summer
Picnic, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at:
John U. Lloyd State Park,
[Etty Pavilion at north end of
park], 6503 N. Ocean Drive,
Dania Beach. Educational
lectures on environmental
issues. Call 954-946-7359.
Aug. 21 - The U.S. Coast
Guard, Flotilla 3-7 in
Lighthouse Point will conduct
a one-day About Boating
Safety, or ABS, Aug. 21 the
Dixon Ahl Recreation Center,
2200 NE 39 St., Lighthouse
Point. Cost of materials and
lunch is included in the $40
fee. Call 561-557-0582.


2 Day, by Popular Demand

FAUrN'iI i AuI U~ 1. $999 IttIL 9
Iii0f" IA(I - I UEA-m [i,$ 1499
BQ,~ec ~sa~C:II~ 'Mill hch ief of tv~usides.


r-ir u ITI44ATI r -tLL II IcRJI
Mon - Fri 4 to 7 (112 Price Drinks)
e-mvP-c? e-Ais*-N ietAt4Jl? uN",vis s r


5 for$ *to
All Youi Cah tat Meatballs & Wings -


S(y Onew, f izer A.'. ( 6 4! -* o *

2juafor sser Yaw ^
'? et tst g 'e U e da n8iyn'som dA ny QtI r.i..'.. .'


1386 S. Federal Highway Pompano Beach
954.946.0963


a/dio ,Ct iCt oot i' Ii/n/doo1.2(4 - r..


Fifth Avenue Grill
North Broward's Best Gourmet Steakhouse
4650 N. Federal Hwy., Lighthouse Point
Phone: 954-782-4433

Hot Summer Specials

s14.95
Available All Night
'- Limited Time Only

Prime Rib of Beef
1 1/4 Lb. Lobsters
Grilled Salmon
Flounder Florentine
2 Lb. Lobsters $24.95
Happy Hour Mon to Fri 4-7pm at the Bar
Live Music Friday & Saturday Nights
Early Dinners 5pm to 6pm - 7 nights

Lunches
Your Choice $7.95 - 9.95 Monday - Friday


$6.00 Lunch Specials

at the


| Historic Briny

* HAPPY HOUR DRINK SPECIALS
A ll c II T ,, :. P H , - ir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
*$10 00 DINNER SPECIALS 15%/o OFF
. LIVE MLISIC ENTIRE CHECK
I d 'A,'i d.i,d ThI) u tLlSdjA Evo,.-e PER TABLE
.iiId u id. Lundh . with coupon
* LIVE IRISH MUSIC & . $20 m, .num No, c, bt
conmbir.,d M[h in, r, _hel off.r
SING ALONG Pompno, Loca.or. Or,
,.nd ,, 4 P .............I

the Bring irish pub .
S,;^ 3140 E Atl.chnici b .J. FPompano beach .
954-942-3159
g. ; I Ta. , * �,-,;u.[, n.;r ,., lu9, 1 .:'
FREE PARKING
IN THE REAR ".-


The Pelican 15


Friday, August 6, 2010







16 The Pelican Friday, August 6, 2010


2 eggs any style,
hash browns,
bagel or bread with
butter and a small
coffee
$2.95


*Turkey Breast or
Cheeseburger $5.95

*Corned Beef or
Philly Steak $6.50
*Includes coleslaw
and a fountain drink


. .. and many more!


Open 7am to 6pm Monday thru Friday
Saturday 8am to 5pm



SOurt2 -5th iLear Anniverzari,
.-t/tlet- C ,hilese ,oo
Featir,1a PEKING,\( D 'CK.
r-O)ra,, i ,Beel. Iol' Fish,.
Live Lobster..
I. ;,, BEST Since, 1055


Summer Specials
Includes soup or egg roll, pork
fried rice & dessert
Honey Garlic Chicken $13 95
Eggplant with Pork in Garlic Sauce .. $12.95
Chicken Chow Fun.. $13.95
Grouper Fillet with Snow Peas.. $13.95
Chicken with String Beans.. $13.95
Mongolian Beef.. $14.95
Walnut Shrimp.. $11.95
Salt & Pepper Srimp .. $16.95
Duck Cantonese Style. . $16.95
Sirloin Steak with Mushrooms.. $19.95
Yellow Tail Snapper Whole Fish from ...$19.95
Live Maine Lobster .. $24.95
Try Our House Specialty
PEKING DUCK $32.ur2 people)
SUMMER SPECIALS
All Night Long starting
from $11.95


10"Yo

OFF
Entire Check
dinner menu only
Peking buck House
Chinese Restaurant
1200 East Atlantic
Blvd
Pompano Beach
954.946.0436

With this coupon. Not
valid with other offers
or prior purchases.
Offer expires
10/15/2010


LIKE'S DELI


Litterbug
Continued from page 6
Where are the sanitation
department employees? Go to
1150 Federal Hwy. and look
at the deplorable junk piled
high. Rats, roaches and other
vermin live there. It's sad, so
sad. Here is a solution to the
problem: Do your job, the one
you said you would do. First,
put litter barrels 300 ft. apart.


^^*l --- -----------------HHH^


SUMMER SPECIAL
3 Course Dinner
Mon - Thurs $19.99
Dine In Only. Tax & gratuity not included. Not be combined with other offers. Offer Exp 8/31/10


Open 7 days for Dinner
Monday-Friday for Lunch


954.78. 1 1..t d .] -



portugalia |

Restaurant


DAILY
SPECIALS
STARTING AT


$7.95


HOUSE SPECIALTIES


p %F I .
SE %WOPbI)RICF


COD FISH:
ROAST D.
POACHF I.
OR FRIE I)


We Deliver


.. PLEASANT
ATNIO'.PFIERF


ROIJ.-~f ED PORK.
RO. XS I F 11C )AOiL


IN I CO 1 1, LLdI I I


If anyone is caught littering
they should be required to
work seven days from 8 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. carrying a bag
that reads: "I am a litter bug."
They would be required to
fill the bag ten times a day. If
they don't, we will let them
work overtime. Also, dog
owners are supposed to pick
up after their pets. Very few
of them do. Walk down 14
Street between the bridge and


2217 W Hillsboro Blvd
Deerfield beach * By Cinema 5
954.531.0834


Federal Highway and look
at the grass. It's sickening.
If I were a property owner
looking for a home it would
not be in Pompano. The
people in this community
should wake the hell up and
save our city.

Frank Higgins,
Pompano Beach resident

Pier
Continued from page 5
was concerned the lack of
action has caused a major
delay in the project, but
Assistant City Manager
Keven Klopp assured the
commission that the original
"very tight schedule" could
not have been met. He
had hoped to get the work
underway by the end of this
year but because of turtle
season, construction is now
slated to begin in November
of 2011. Klopp said sections
of the pier will remain open
during construction.
Commissioner Joe Miller
urged the improvement
be done in phases so the
restaurant would not lose an
entire tourist season. But
added cost and increased
construction time convinced
other commissioners to do the
project all at once.
Mayor Peggy Noland, who
had been a strong advocate
of the LEEDs certification in
June, said she had met with
architects Garcia Stromberg
and learned that the pier
project was too small and
not located well enough to
get high certification points.
"Do as much as you can,"
she said. The cost of getting a
Gold Certification could be as
much as $500,000 Klopp said.

Taxes
Continued from page 6
worse as more people are
pushed over the edge. I also
read that local governments
do not want to lay anyone
off. As a business owner who
has seen income drop by 75
percent, this makes me sick.
You can't balance your budget
without an increase in taxes?
I will do it for you. First thing
would be a 10 percent pay cut
for employees. No one will
like this but they are not going
anywhere. There is no other
place to go. When real estate
went thru the roof, so did
the size of local government.
Government is supposed to
be by the people and for the
people. Enough is enough. If
our local governments can not
do what is right for the people
instead of themselves, they
need to go.

Brad Michael,
Pompano Beach resident


DINER I IiB

BREAKFAST LUNCHES DINNERS

from $395 m$495 from 95

954.480.8402
80 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY
DEERFIELD BEACH, FL
OPEN 7 DAYS 5:30 AM TO 10:00 PM
COUPON


"Olympia Flame as seen on Oprah 11/3/09"


...-l -lbr.- , , o n
I I] I l| i kIil, i 'ii._ [r I l" 1 '" .1 V' it'. -, ', llhI li .I i '1 , 1 >
www.olympianflamediner.com
Sm


JrJCJ=JcJ==JcA=l=A=
bmsmomadbraodbal


u-di ejejejejejej ej ejej ejej ejej gimi mr-j=w r-i


Friday, August 6, 2010


16 The Pelican


I







Friday. August 6. 2010 The Pelican 17


Millage
Continued from page 2
tenth of a mil increase to pay
for a permanent surface lot.
Mayor Gary Resnick and
Commissioner Scott Newton
both disagreed with using tax
dollars to pay for parking. "I
don't want to raise our taxes
to pay for parking," said
Resnick. "Not everyone in
Wilton Manors goes to Wilton
Drive," said Newton.
"We're going to have to
add parking at this end of
the drive. We're going to
have to bite the bullet," said
Commissioner Ted Galatis.
On July 27 commissioners
unanimously voted to install a
temporary parking lot on the
old city hall site that would
provide 90 to 100 parking
spaces; the cost is estimated


at about $91,000 and will be
funded using existing parking
revenue..
Commissioners also voted
4 to 1, Flippen dissenting,
for a preliminary change to
the city's fire assessment
fees. Residential was raised
to $112.34, an increase from
$100.85; Commercial was
raised to $24.59 from $22.64;
Industrial was lowered from
$1.49 to $1.41; Institutional
was increased by 90 cents
to $7.81; Government was
raised from $18.34 to $21.10.
Nursing homes saw the
biggest increase, going from
$97.18 to $128.27.
"That is certainly the
greatest category, in
terms of increase," said
Gallegos of nursing homes.
Fire assessment rates
are calculated using data
supplied by the City of Fort


Lauderdale. Uses, like nursing
homes, that have a high
volume of calls are assessed a
higher rate.
On Sept. 13 the city will
hold a special meeting on the
proposed budget. The final
budget and millage rate will
be set on Sept. 27.


Meet and
greet for
Flippen
A meet and greet event for
Wilton Manors Vice Mayor
Justin Flippen will be held
Aug. 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. at
Georgie's Alibi, 2266 Wilton
Drive in Wilton Manors.
Flippen is running against
incumbent State Rep. Gwyn
Clarke-Reed to be the next
Representative for Dist. 92.


CONSTRUCTION CORP


FREE ESTIMATES


HOMES * CONDOS * COMMERCIAL
Quality Protection * Costs Less
& Done Fast

954.895.0271
seabreezewindows@gmail.com


ATTENTION POMPANO BEACH

AND LIGHTHOUSE POINT EARLY VOTERS

The Pompano Beach early voting site has been closed.
Your closest early voting site is at the
North Regional Library/Broward College North Campus
located at 1100 Coconut Creek Blvd.

This could be up to 10 miles away, depending on where you live.
To avoid the time and expense of traveling to an early voting site,
join the 70,000 + voters who have requested an absentee ballot
and vote by mail in the August 24th primary election.
To request your absentee ballot call the Supervisor of Elections
at 954.357.7055 or visit http://www.browardsoe.org
and click on the link "voting methods, absentee ballot voting"
no later than August 18th.

An announcement by:


Judge Linda R. Pratt

Candidate for COUNTY COURT JUDGE, GROUP 13
http://www.reelectjudgepratt.com
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Linda R. Pratt, Nonpartisan
for Broward County Court Judge, Group 13, Kenneth A. Rubin, Campaign Treasurer


PET SilTINq iN YOUR HOME

"PETS ARE HAPPIEST
ATr HOME






954.958.0881
954.772.2657
Cell: 954.647.8065
Licensed * Bonded * Insured


HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR SHUTTERS LATELY?
ARE YOU REALLY PROTECTED?
* Accordion shutters NEED maintenance!
* Your protection depends on the shutters being operational and
safely anchored. Anchors rust and deteriorate over time!
CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE FOR MAINTENANCE
We will replace existing anchors with stainless steel tapcons where
needed, clean the tracks, and lubricate moving parts.
Protect your family and your property. N;.
Make sure your shutters will work if a storm
approaches. Call now!
SEABREEZE CONSTRUCTION CORP.
954-895-0271
Lic. No. CGC059100 Insured General Contractor .r e .....o


The Pelican 17


Friday, August 6, 2010







Friday, August 6, 2010


18 The Pelican


Classifieds


EMPLOYMENT
Looking for barber with clientele
to join local established
barber shop. Opportunity for
partnership. Call 954-579-7042.
8/27 .

LOCAL CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL
Seeking Qualified Infant Caregiver.
45 Hour Training A Plus But Not
Required. Please Call 954-943-
7776.

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. 754-
366-1915.

Get your classified ad
working for you. Call Fran
954-545-0013-

MASONRY - BLOCK & Brick,
Stucco, Glass Block, Decorative
Block. Pre-cast Railing Repair.
Simulated Brick & More. Lic/lns. 30
Yrs Exp. 954-242-6795. 8/13

HOME/OFFICE REPAIRS By
State Certified G.C. Reasonable.
CGC025802. More Information Call
954-815-1007.


DANNY BOY ELECTRIC - Lic &
Insured. Lic. #09CME15700X. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates.
24/Hr Service. 954-290-1443. Beat
Any Written Estimate. Sr. Citizen
Discount.



PARTY HOSTESSES
LOOKING FOR EXTRA MONEY?
Be A Party Hostess. Can Make
Good Income. More Info Please
Call Joyce 954-784-8394 Leave
Message. 8/13

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
INDUSTRIAL OPPORTUNITIES
-The lowest-cost, most sensitive
ice sensing systems in the
world. Manufactured locally.
STRATEGICPARTNERSSOUGHT
NOW. Sales, Operations. www.
NewAvionics.Com. 954-568-
1991.. C-

MUSICIANS WANTED
Volunteer musicians needed for
American Legion Symphonic
Band. Percussion, bass clarinet,
euphonium, trombone and
French horn are especially
needed. Collegeageto "seasoned
seniors" arewelcome. If you love
to play light classics, patriotic
and pop music, call Jim today
at _954-647-07i&0__ _


CEMETERY PLOTS
POMPANO BEACH FORESTLAWN
- Copans Road. 2 Plots.. Reduced
To $4500. Please Call 954-971-
5575. 8/27

HOME SALES
THISBEAUTIFULHOME-needsa
family! 3/2 split plan in Lakewood
Park between Vero Beach and
Fort Pierce. Near "A" Elementary
School, Library and Regional
Park. New Roof, Floor tile, and
carpeting. Kitchen cabinets and
counters, paint inside and out.
Range, microwave, dishwasher.
Huge Screen porch, eight-person
Vita Spa Hot Tub. Fenced Back
yard. Toddlers' Swing and Slide
Set. Eat-in kitchen, Pantry, LR
plus family room. 1-car garage.
Low taxes, No water bills. Truck,
Boat and RV parking allowed.
$124, 500. Call 954-427-3718.__._

POMPANO/LEISUREVILLE
$99,900. 2/2-Large Fla Room.
Completely Tiled & Updated. In
Great Condition. 2 Clubs & Heated
Pools. FREE Golf. Lawn Care
Included. Active 55+ Community.
Realty 3000. 561-866-3839. 8/6

PLANTATION MANORS, beautiful
3/2 pool home for sale. Two car
garage, screened patio, fenced-
in, only $309,000. Heart Realty
954=895QfiL6


CONDOS FOR SALE
PALM-AIRE 105 9th FLOOR - 2/2
Split King. 1500 + Sq Ft. Furn
+ Piano, Upgrades, New Air,
W/D. Extra Large Kitchen. $149K
- Offers.

#67 3/2 CORNER - SPACIOUS -
CHEERY-QUIET. Water, Golf view,
Near Pool. New Upgrades, NewAir,
W/D, Furn. $139K. PrivateSale. 954-
895-4596.BOXBOLD POMPANO
BEACH Magnificent Waterfront
Resort Type Condos. Covered
Parking. 2 Blocks Beach.
Security, Heated Pool. 1/1.5 &
2/2. Screened Balcony. From
$95,000. Coldwell Banker.
Please Call 954-629-1324.

POMPANO - CALL ME HOME! I'm
beautiful with wide-open kitchen,
stainless steel appliances and
beautiful oak cabinets. My floors
are pergo and easy to keep clean.
I have two bedroom and two full
baths. My family (community)
makes living here a joy with heated
pool, exercise room, covered
grilling at clubhouse, billiards,
and boat dock per availability. It's
EASY to entertain at home or atthe
clubhouse. Small pet OK. Priced
at $92,000. Pat Hooper 954-448-
4079/Greater Broward Realty to
see. 8/13


A(954)973-2882

WKpM





CONSIGNMENT STORE
AND ESTATE BUYERS
www.hankypankys.com
2301 W. Sample Road Suite 6-7A * Pompano Beach, FL 33073


IRS Tax Problems Solved

"THE TAX MAN"
A By Apointment Only
Certified Public Accountant
954-771-3488
A.C. CARBONE, C.P.A., P.A. accarbone@bellsouth.net


A. C. CARBON


UJTO TRBOICS
AUTO SERVICE, INC.
Specialists in Auto Computers
COMPLETE ELECTRONICS DIAGNOSIS and REPAIR
Fuel Injection * Carburetion * Wiring
Brake Ser.,ce including A.B S * Air Bags * Ride Control
Power Windows & Locks * Air Conditioning * Dnveaoihty and Ride
Complaints * Starters - Altemalors * Ignition - Turbo Charge
"Tune-ups" Oil Change - Tire Balancing - Complele General Service
Many E.fended Warranties Accepted * Certified Techncians
Towing
55 SW 10lhSt wn
Deerlield Beach. FL 33441 i (954) 427-8059
auiotronicsautos com Fax (9541 427-2132


RV Patio Services

Licensed since 1980 ....... : , . -,**.


Beautify Existing Pool Decks
954.254.4051
Pressure Cleaning


Kool Deck * Chattahoochee * Pavers
Patios * Pool Decks * Driveways * Walkways
Repairs * Sealing * Staining


FUR GET ME NOT j
Licensed Professional Pet Sitting & Dog Walking �
Vacation Pet Care/Daily Dog Walks --
Trusted Care When You Can't Be There, * .

Kara Hazelton
954.604.3701
S furgetmenot@yahoo.com
www.furgetmenotfl.com


, ', . Local References


Increase Your Business

Place Your Ad Here!


r-fly' -w


405 N Federal Hwy Hours
�! -Pompano Beach M-F 8-8
p*IMst 954-941-7337 Sat 9-7
Sun 10-5
% OFF PROFESSIONAL
2 5 HAIRCARE PRODUCTS
-- .o. ..... .. . sO u rs
. l . ll l, .-II I., .1I, , .I II I .1.

"$ OFFWAXING SERVICE
a SUPERCUTS'
www Uruls (om
I I " N RI I l , I , I, N. I I. ...I

'lWp OFF ANY COLOR SERVICE
SUPERCUTS


PAT'S AUTO CARE
Family Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insuied .
2860 NE 7th Avenue
Pomrpano Beach 1 . ' ...... . ,

954.788.8318


brakes * Cooling Systems * Engine Repair * Transmissions & Clutches:
1 L-\R WA.RRANT- ON ALL W'ORKi

10% n FF SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT:
: CORPORATE ACCOUNTS
any job $200 or more: ..
E: 8r 31 10 WELCOME
... . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


I I


CONDOS FOR RENT
FORT LAUDERDALE-1 Bedroom.
$650/moJDeposit. Village Park
Condo on 6 Ave. and Commercial.
Very nice condo. Small pets OK.
Call Wendy 954-772-6127. 8/06

FT LAUDERDALE - Bayview &
Commercial - 1/1 - New Paint &
Tile. Pool. Laundry, BBQArea.$725
Month. 1st & Last. 954-551-6451.
HILLSBORO COVE Furnished
2/2 - View. Dock Available. $1350
Month. Joan Tole 954-296-4548.
Coral Shores Realty. 8/13

POMPANO BEACH - 55+ - 2/2.
SEASONAL ONLY. $2,000 Per
Month. Upgraded Interior. Pool,
Undercover Parking. Call Barbara
305-586-7326. 7/30

PALM AIRE - $1250/3 bedroom,
two bath. 1,700 sq ft..Eighth
Floor Corner Unit overlooking
golf course and pool. Recently
renovated, new bathrooms,
granite kitchen counter tops,
Stainless steel appliances.
Stefen - 305-775-1072. 8/6

LAUDERDALE BY THE SEA -
Across From Ocean. 1/1 Furnished.
No Pets. Laundry, Pool. 954-941-
4848 Or 954-778-5781. 8/6

MORE CONDOS on page 19


11


---------- = T. .


Call 954-545-0013


-jp








XRid"y.T -rst-6 210,hePelca-1


Classifieds


Condos for

rent, cont.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT
VENITIAN PARKGARDENS
-2/2Furnished/Unfurnished
1st Floor. Completely
Remodeled, Heated Pool.
55+. $850 Month Yearly. Call
724-331-6162. 8/13

APTS FOR RENT
DEERFIELD/POMPANO
BEACH 1 BR & 2 BR APTS
FOR RENT. Remodeled,
Paint, Tile, Etc. W & D On
Site. Pool. Pet Friendly.
Call George 954-809-5030.
9/24

POMPANO BEACH E OF
FEDERAL-2/1 Unfurnished
Duplex. $700 Month. No
Pets. Call 954-263-7129.
81/6
POMPANOBEACHEASTOF
Federal Hwy. 1/1 Apartments.
Walk To Everything. Tiled.
From $650 Month. Call 954-
254-6325. 8/27

POMPANO BEACH - Walk
To Beach. Beautifully
Renovated Large Studios
& 1 Bedrooms With Balcony.
Pool, Pets OK. From $850
Month. 561-706-2191. 8/6
LIGHTHOUSE POINT E.
OF FEDERAL. Close to
beach, shopping & 1-95.
1/1 Apt. Furnished $800
- Unfurnished $750. Pool.
Please Call 954-781-8005.

Get your classified
ad working for you.
Call Fran 954-545-
0013


POMPANO-DEERFIELDBY
The Beach. 1/1 Furn/Unfurn
- Small Quiet Complex.
Lush Landscaping. 1 Block
To Beach, Intracoastal &
Park. Laundry On Premise.
$1150 Month-Yrly. Includes
All Utilities. Also Studio
- Full Appliances & Eat-in
Kitchen - $750 & Up Per
Mo. Owner Agent 954-608-
7368.

APARTMENTS - 1/1 $795-
$200 Deposit. 2/1 $975-$300
Deposit. 2/2 $995-$400
Deposit. Nice Area. Pet OK.
Barbara (954) 404-0477.

POMPANO BEACH
Unfurnished Studio - Full
Kitchen. Pool, Patio, Coin
Laundry. $575 Month -
Water Included. Call 954-
907-2258.

BEST DEAL IN POMPANO
BEACH Starting from
$650. 1/1 & Efficiency With
Kitchen. Laundry & Pool.
No Pets. Seasonal, Yearly
Or Monthly. 500' To Beach.
954-294-8483 Or 248-736-
8483.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT - 2/2
Townhouse with covered
patio. On deep water with
no fixed bridges to inlet.
Beautiful view of luxury
homes. Close to shopping,
restaurants, library, etc.
$1,550/month, annual lease.
Call Patty at 954-553-0887.

Get your classified ad
working for you. Call
Fran 954-545-Q013_

LAUDERDALE BY THE
SEA - 1 & 2 Bedrooms.
All Utilities Included. Long
Term. $1200 & Up. More
Info 954-570-5307. 8/20


POMPANO BEACH 1 Block
From Beach. Studio's,
Efficiencies, Apartments.
Pool, BBQ, Laundry, WiFi,
Maid Service. Weekly/
Monthly. Starting At $225.
954-943-3020. 7/9

Get your classified ad
working for you. Call
Eran 95_4-545-00-13

POMPANO BEACH - 900'
To Beach. 1/1 Unfurnished
Apt In 4 Unit Complex.
$800 Month Includes Cable.
Please Call 954-609-6413.
8/13 BOX BOLD

POMPANO BEACH 1 &
2 Bedroom From $495.
Easy Move-in. �1 OFF
DEPOSIT. Remodeled.
Great Location. 954-783-
10a-FrMore~Info. 9/L

POMPANO GARDEN APT's
1/1 $775, $200 Deposit. 2/1
$950, $300 Deposit. 2/2
$990, $400 Deposit. Nice
Area. Pet O.K. Barbara (954)
404-0477.



STUDIOS ---
EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
POMPANO BEACH Studio
Apartments-BeachAccess.
$500 To $550 Per Month.
$300 Security Deposit. 6
And 12 Month Lease. 954-
781-7889. 8/27

Get your classified ad
working for you. Call
Fran 954-545-0013

DEERFIELD BEACH
A1A - Live at the beach
off season. Efficiencies
available for $250 weekly,
pay as you go, no deposit
or security, cable, pool,
laundry, wireless. Ocean
Villa 954-427-4608. 8/6

COMMERCIAL
SPACE FOR
RENT
DEERFIELD BEACH Retail
Office Warehouse. 700 Sq
Ft. A/C In Front. Overhead
Doors In Back. $450 Month
+ 200 SQ FT Loft For
Storage. 561-654-1331 Or
561 -998-5681 .... .

POMPANO PERFECT
Location at 630 E Sample
Rd. Bldg Has 3 Offices,
Lobby & Storage Space.
Security Cameras Can Be
Purchased From Previous
Tenant. $1378 Month - 12
Month Lease. Darci 954-
783-3723. 8/6__ ___

DEERFIELD BEACH
WAREHOUSE - 730 NE 42
Street. Approx. 2000 Sq Ft.
954-658-4014 Or 954-785-
6767 Or 954-946-7022. 8/6

POMPANO BEACH -
Location Andrews Avenue
& 3rd. 2 Office Spaces
Available. More Information
Please Call 954-782-8430.


Pelican ads work
for you!
954-783-8700

POMPANO BEACH
Commercial Office Spaces
Available. Ranging From
As Low As $500 To $700
Depending On Square
Footage. Please Call Darci
At 954-783-3723. 8/6

VEHICLES
WANTED
CASH $$ - TOP DOLLAR
PAID For Junk Cars, Trucks
Boats, Vans. Running Or
Not. No Title Necessary With
Proper ID. 954-303-1281 Or
954-822-5700.

WANTED TO BUY
WE PAY CASH - Diabetic
Test Strips. Sealed Boxes
Only, Unexpired Dates Only.
Most Brands. (954) 946-
7058 Bruce. North Broward
County.



w
WASTE MANAGEMENT

DIESEL TECH-
NICIANS Imme-
diate Openings!
Competitive Pay &
Excellent Benefits!

Waste Management
in Pompano Beach
needs Diesel Tech-
nicians!

* 1+ years working
on heavy truck die-
sel engines
*Must Have own set
of hand tools. Must
be 21+ w/clean driv-
ing record
* 2nd shift position at
$20.45 per hour

Call or apply online!
1-877-220-5627
www.wmcareers.
com Media Code:
PPP Job Code:
CJAHZ EOE
M/F/DV


Pelican ads work
for you!
Call today to
place an ad for
you business.
Call 954-783-
8700.


Singles Dine


Meet & Mingle



954472349608


Siren Music School



' ?


oP i li 0
-Guitar
-Brass
-W\oodwlinds
* Pc rcLIS*�;iloll

(I-OLIp).Illd


Music Teachers

Needed

Siren Music School is
interviewing teachers for the
following instruments:
Piano, Woodwinds, Brass,
Strings
Call 954-946-3197


Our business has the power


to get you seen and heard...



Call today to Advertise in the

Pelican Newspaper P
954.783.8700 \


I


WeMen usnes!
U50AEs Uati ldPmao ec L 36
9 / u ebie opnoeia~o


Call 954-545-0013


The Pelican 19


Fridav, Au2ust 6, 2010






Friday, August 6, 2010


0n The Polican


Policy
Continued from page 6
that the opportunity is fair and
open to all qualified parties.
Otherwise, the city is allowing
a favored business to comer
the market and puts the city
into competition with other
businesses. No matter how


worthy the program - and no
matter whether the cause is for
children, dogs, motherhood
or apple pie, I think Pompano
commissioners have a duty to
consider the bigger picture.
It is incongruous that the
commissioners voted one
week to spend $75,000
to seek a "brand" for the
city in order to promote


tourism and economic
development, and then just
a week later approved a
"partnership" with a favored
for-profit corporation without
transparency and without
any consideration on how
such a vote might impact the
perception of Pompano Beach
as a good place to go into
business.


Revisit Agenda Item 21.
Before going ahead with any
licensing agreement, let's
first set policy that would
make sure that the city's
involvement "in cooperation
with" for-profit entrepreneurs
or corporations is transparent
and fair to all. Unless the
commissioners are willing
to set policy that considers


the bigger picture, what's the
point of spending $75,000
on a brand to try to attract
new businesses for economic
development?

Phyllis Franklin,
Pompano Beach resident


1 - - - - - - U - - W*~


Volunteers Make



a Difference!

If you have a few extra hours each
month and want to help others,
consider volunteering at


Friday, August 13
10:00 am - 12:00 pm




Imperial Point Medical Center
Private Dining Room, First Floor
6401 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308


Imperial Point Medical Center.
* Make new friends
* Couples and friends can train
and volunteer together
* Participate in fundraisers and
other fun events
...and most of all, touch the lives
of those in need.

Make a difference in 2010...
Stop by our open house to
learn more about our volunteer
opportunities.

This event is free.
Refreshments will be served.

Reservations are suggested.
Call the Broward Health Line

954.759.7400
or visit
BrowardHealth.org/events


SBROWARD


Imperial Point
Medical Center


Kasra N. Behfar, D.P.M., P.A.*


970NW3 SSt 01 5 N 6 v, Ste3 *


CUSTOM MADE ACRYLIC- TIff
UPPERS OR LOWERS
(D05110) (D05120) I i;

: PARTIALS Starting at
UPPERS OR LOWERS$
(D05211) ID05212)
.......... ... mm. mmmmmm am a...mmm


&I -


urn EEuEEUEEEEEuEEEuEEEEuEEEEEEEuEEEuEEEuEEEuEE
U I
U


Shower Door Store
e** **
"Shower Yourself In Luxury" *
01l ^ any installed enclosure
O completed estimate
Exp. 8/31/10
(coupon must be presented prior to ordering; good on new orders only)
Discontinued Displays Sale*Limited Time*Limited Items:,

S S S -- - ---A --- -


Visit Our Showroom
2301 NE 16th St., Pompano Beach
Major Credit Cards Accepted


Tel: 954-785-1366 Fax: 954-785-1316
Lic. #01-10147-BFM-X and Insured
Email: showerdoorstore@bellsouth.net


!a


... U EN WE M INS ME. .. . M..... ..m..u * mmm.


S.


..
U.
**"


BINGO
at FOUR CORNERS
COME AND PLAY AT EITHER OF OUR 2 LOCATIONS!
OUR EXCITING GAME OF BLAZING QUARTERS IS PLAYED
BEFORE AND AFTER OUR REGULAR GAMES!


Mody aine114 am


U.
U.
Ej
U.
U.
U.
U.


..............................................


U
U
U
U
I
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
I
U
U


POMPANO: 2466 N. Powerline Rd. - 954-984-0065
(Corner of Copans Rd. & Powerline Rd.) m
For Daily Specials & Coupons - Visit Us At Our Website: bingoatfourcorners.com a




.,FULL SERVICE SNACK BAR - SECURITY ALWAYS ON PREMISES , - "


Z�u x1lu


0-


g I l I


A-M.A


FMa


Iom


.11








Friday, August 6,2010 The Pelican 21


DB Budget
Continued from page 1

6.25, nearly one mil higher
than the current 5.35 per
thousand, but says he
anticipates the higher property
tax will not result in higher
tax bills due to a 14 percent
decrease in property values.
Ad valorem revenues are
estimated at $33 million,
slightly lower than the current
year.
Higher fees in several areas
have been recommended.
The big one, the fire fee,
currently at $99, would go
to $135 per residential unit
and buildings used for non-
profit organizations will no
longer be exempt from the
fee. Together, these measures
will bring in an additional
$2.2 million. Commissioners
approved a resolution Tuesday
removing the exemption.
The fees for non-profits
will be figured on square
footage ranging from $676
for buildings under 2,000
square feet to $33,000 for a
50,000 square- foot structure.
A 10,000 square-foot building
would be charged $3,300. The
higher fee, if approved by
the commission, will bring in


* Washdowns
, Waxing
* Compoundin
* Wetsanding
* Varnishing/Woodwork

754.235.8241
ww highclassniarne.net


almost $9 million.
Among the fees suggested
for increases are building
and fire inspections, building
permits, beach sticker
parking, parking tickets.
A new source of revenue,
$48,000, comes from boat
trailer parking fees at the
Pioneer Park boat ramp.
The city's two largest
departments, fire and police,
made the biggest cuts to
their budgets. BSO shaved
nearly $1 million and fire
rescue lowered its budget by
$1.8 million by leaving the
positions of six firefighters,
an emergency management
coordinator and an assistant
fire chief vacant.
Numbers in the fiscal plan
distributed this week were
computed without the 103
employees laid off last Friday.
The parks and recreation
department has been cut by $2
million through layoffs and
reorganization. The public
works department, with
the largest reduction in the
workforce due to the layoff,
will under reorganization
maintain its level of service.
Hanson said 21 positions have
been removed from ground
maintenance, a savings of
$800,000. Despite some


MOBILE MARINE SERVICE
* Outboard Engine Repair/Service
(Certified Marine Mechanic)
S Bottom Cleaning/Zinc Changes




Licensed & Insured


discussions, Hanson said
he prefers not to privatize
that division and has not
advertised for bids.
As anticipated, the budget
contains no funds for the
city's three major festivals,
Founders' Days, the Mango
Fest and the Brazilian
Festival. Fourth of July has
also been unfunded, but
the cost of the celebration
has been moved to the
Community Redevelopment
Agency budget. Smaller
scale community events such


Health and
Financial

Wellness Fair
The City of Pompano Beach
will hold the 2010 Annual
Employee and Community
Health and Financial
Wellness Fair Aug. 11 and
12 at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center, 1801 NE 6
St., Pompano Beach, from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is a
free event and open to the
public. Over 60 businesses,
organizations and non-profit
groups will attend the fair
and share information about
the services they provide, to
heighten the awareness of
preventable health problems
and encourage early detection
and treatment of disease. For
more information, call 954-
786-4626.


as the annual Easter egg
hunts remain budgeted. The
Historical Society, formerly
given $50,000 will receive
only $10,000 and all other
formally funded community
programs such as hospice,
Little League baseball,
Packer Rattler football,
senior softball, Women in
Distress and Family Central


have been cut. The savings is
nearly $100,000. Remaining
contributions go to the Area
Agency on Aging, $75,000,
the Beautification Authority,
$5,000, and NE Focal Point
Casa, $1,000.
The proposed budget will be
online, and dates for budget
workshops will be announced
soon.


P .N





THIS WEEKEND
Love Ranch (R) 2A 12m * Step Up 3 (Pgl3) H 2m
The Other Guys (Pg13) 2h 2m
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Pgl13) 2h 19m
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Pg) 2h 5m
Grown Ups (Pg 3) h 57m * Despicable Me (Pg) ih 50m
Inception (Pg13) 2h 43m * Salt (Pg13) 1h 55m
Dinner For Schmucks (Pg13) 2h 9m
Cats & Dogs: Revenge Of Kitty Galore (Pg) 1h 40m
Ramona And Beezus (G) ih 59m
The Kids Are All Right (R) 2h im
Charlie St. Cloud (Pg13) 1h 54m







Stp p3 P13 1h2


BAT* 3TCKE9AR 6LOHN

500N.Fdra igwy. Lihtoue PinFL336


Sponsored By


YACHT INSURANCE


YACHT INSURANCE


I Maw.'. I


, .


- I. -. .a " "

SeS
Serin theo -- ..Sin-. -1 -
Serving the Community Since 1962


JOHN K. FURMAN

800-796-7685

WWW.FURMANINSURANCE.COM


* Competitive Pricing
* Extraordinary service
* Outstanding Claims
Specialist
* Representing 25 of
the Finest "A" Rated Carriers


TIDES TABLE * HILLSBORO INLET
3W 5 260 15." N 80 04.9' W Hills.'lo i ( ,,. I i nh . ,


Friday, August 6 Monday, August 9 Thursday, August 12
High 5:10AM Low 1:56 AM Low 4:27 AM
Low 11:33 AM High 8:13 AM High 10:51 AM
High 6:11PM Low 2:19PM Low 4:52 PM
High 8:49 PM High 11:11 PM

Saturday, August 7 Tuesday, August 10 This Week's Tide
Low 12:07 AM Low 2:47 AM Tables should not be
High 6:15 AM High 9:07 AM used for navigational
Low 12:31 PM Low 3:10 PM purposes.
High 7:08 PM High 9:36 PM purposes.
Boaters should confirm
tables with the Coast
Sunday, August 8 Wednesday, August 11 Guard Weather
Low 1:03 AM Low 3:37 AM Sa Woat
High 7:16 AM High 9:59 AM StationInformation
Low 1:26 PM Low 4:01 PM takenfrom
High 8:00 PM High 10:23 PM www.saltwatertides.com


Hiah Class Marinel Maintenance


-*4



MOORING WHIPS




:954 943m41331


9


Friday, August 6, 2010


The Pelican 21







22 The Pelican Friday, August 6, 2010


Scoreboard
Pompano Beach Men's
Golf Assn..
Aug. 4
One Best Ball of threesome
1st - Bill Clark, John Sherry, Roland
Waldron..... 55
2nd - Bill Hayes, Ernie Palinchik, Max
Barker .... 57
Closest to the Pin, Pines #7. Dick
McCarthy


Shawn Thomas Concert
The First Congregational Church of Fort Lauderdale and
"Aaron's Rainbow Project" will host Shawn Thomas in concert
on Aug. 14 at 7:30 p.m. He will be performing songs from his
recorded albums and his newest album, entitled "Worship and
Desperation." The church is located at 2501 NE 30 St. Fort
Lauderdale. A $10 donation is suggested. Call 954-563-4271.

Email your upcoming events to The Pelican! sirenpelican @
aol.com or mdpelican @yahoo.com


E1 RA1 ( s, i" ll . I V(A 1 I!P11 NIFN1
"Pompano Superstore
449 S. Federal Hwy
nwww.chaosfishing.com
mw- -* -'- .-- I*-- -.-I -,--* '"qq -""^ " IB ta ' ...~


PERMS: Include
COLOR: Includ
Wash & Set or B
Eyebrow Wax


- HAIR SPECIALS
"wih thi. aJ
� ' Specialist in Fine & Gray Hair
Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30 * Sat. 9-2:30

esC& Style...$50 HAIR CUTS:
Jes Style.............$35 Kids........$8
low Dry ........$18 Men........$10
........................$8 W omen . l..'


By The Sea
Diseases of the Skin, Hair, and Nails
Mohs Micrographic Surgery for Skin Cancer

Dr. Thomas S. Breza, MD is proud to
announce a new addition to our practice:

Thomas S. Breza, Jr. MD
Board Certified Dermatologist
Fellowship-trained Mohs Micrographic Surgeon

Now accepting:
Medicare, Aetna, AvMed, Beech Street, Blue Cross/Blue Shield,
Cigna, Champus/TriCare, Dimension, Multiplan/PHCS, TRPN, and
United HealthCare


954=492=8866
^^^^^^^^^^^^Bnhtitp ?Z~lww idrmtologybthese1co

4341 fBouginvia BHDriveLudrale b th Sea, F 330


* On-te-water towing, solt ungrounarmings, jump starts & ee aeteivery i
* 24/7 dispatch and assistance II 39 E Commercial Blvd, Oakland Park
* Applies to ALL recreational boats you own, borrow or charter (Just East of Dixie Hwy & The Tracks on the North side)
* Unlimited towing $149 for saltwater/freshwater boaters and $58 for freshwater only _ ',M , c] '

Get Unlimited towing from Complete Auto Repairs - Domestic, European & Asian
BoatU.S. Towing services-Join today! Tune-Up, Brakes, Air Conditioning, General Repairs,
Computer Diagnostics, Electrical Repairs
800-888-4869
TBMoWBoatUS. BoatUS.com 5 15e99 Oil Change
Up to 5 quarts * Most cars
*Service provided during normal boating seasons. Details and exclusions can be found online at BoatUS.com/towing or by calling. Bring in coupon - Limited time offer. Expires 8/31 /.10_
Monday - Friday 7:30am - 6pm * Saturday 8am - 4pm


^^ '(EcJi.... .r-,

S. WE are more than just copies...
Scan up l 441" COLOR & B/W N o our nw Perfect for:
Stale-of-lhe-Art MONSHR SCAERI * Archiloctural
S Blueprints &
-.. Floorplan
* Engineering
S-lDemaics'
* P o sue rs
SAnd ll your
large formal
sarnning noodst


We now print on LARGE FORMAT


LARGE FORMAT BROCHURES SCANNING BINDING
POSTERS ENVELOPES BANNERS ARTWORK
BLACK & WHITE LABELS LAMINATING GRAPHIC
XEROX DIGITAL FORMS BUSINESS CARDS DESIGN
PRINTING FLYERS POSTCARDS CANVAS
CATALOGS FAXING LETTERHEADS AWARDS
NEWSLETTERS MOUNTING PLAQUES

AND A WHOLE BUNCH MORE!


Take your ptogfraps
to a new level of artistry!


217Wlo rv :9456 11-EMI:pae27@atllknt-Sn. ecweFxs,945378
ww.oyhIs lneprssco


:-j


Friday, August 6, 2010


22 The Pelican


w-m-or-o-fils kind n'W 10. D&--








Friday, August 6, 2010 Fishing & Sports The Pelican 23


Tournament
Continued from page 11
They put up a good fight,"
said Henkemeyer. Even
Flow took second place with
67.6 pounds and the largest
kingfish, 29.2 pounds third


place went to Wide Open with
60.4 pounds and fifth place
was taken by Reel Line with
41.2 pounds.
"This is our 10th year
hosting this event; the
proceeds are donated to the
Special Olympics Broward
County and used to support


local athletes. Over the past
ten years we have averaged
approximately $3,000 up
$5,500 in donations a year,
making the club the top
non-profit contributing
organization," wrote Jerry


Squadrito, tournament
founder and chairperson.
The St. Coleman's Men's
Club, made up of parishioners
and parents of students who
go to St. Coleman's in Fort
Lauderdale, donated $3,500 to


Special Olympics, including a
$500 check from the crew of
Bite Me. "We are very grateful
to the St. Coleman's Men's
Club," said Linda Mills,
director of Special Olympics
Broward.


Dolphins wild. Bob Skamphaus, Fernando Paz, Fernando Paz, Jr. and Eddie
Rosende of Lucid Interval show off their dolphins. [Staff PhotosJ


King of the boat. Tony Bennett, of Living the Dream, with a kingfish.


SAME DU.\ APPLIANCE RLEPIR



""4. .' ,



LOWER REPAIR PRICES ON
ALL MAJOR BRANDS
OVER 30 YEARS LOCAL EXPERIENCE
SPEAK DIRECTLY WITH THE PERSON
COMING TO YOUR HOME
CALL DON AT
(9541943-4242


your rate, that is!




� " <
[ � " <


4. ~,
s-.


*'' � 11 * ' j_ ~ t * 7'1 Bl] Iljllf^At.U ^ A rf S , ,l~lll~l^ll, l(--I il 11 I',, t,,, 't , l ^j�.,I. J", 1111 J"PI "In l ,tI:, t hltj", l l ll 'Iblt tt' . ,..II iib|L'il
.m4' . M B I. I, j w m . I.4.al.i j ' on Ifv.Lnih i ii r d 1,44 - it4. . r. qu I I S � .'S C KlQ
'} ', 'i ~ ~," ii.l.], t 1ijIV' , It l ,s 1pe'r i T' ri.q ,.,ppl� On,: tmtL~. ,ijih, tqi l h. , (,MnO,'t b,




wFlorida Shores Bank
The only bank headquartered in Pompano Beach


400 North Federal Highway * Pompano Beach, Florida 33062 * (954) 876-2300


LIVE, FRESH & fROZEN BAITS, RODS hEELS & REPAiRS
1300 N Fed Hwy, Pomp Beach
954.786.3030
acesbaitandtackle.com


FDIC


The Pelican 23


. I .


1m


Friday, August 6, 2010 Fishing & Sports






24 The Pelican Friday, August 6, 2010


.A-aI


Our Services:
Veneers * Porcelain Crown and Bridges * Endodontic Therapy
Periodontal Therapy * Oral Surgery * Implants


123 N. Powerline Rd. * Deerfield Bch. FL 33442


954-429-8840


iday - Friday 9 am - 6 pm
by Appointment ONLY
D Habla Espafol


Open Mon
Saturday
Maria Toirac, D.D.S. Se
iEaauiEUEUiEEUmEPUEamlmmmiuimanmREUUUU


N.W. corner of Hillsboro & Powerline


3uEE,,,u,3uEuuuu,,,,,E,,EEEEEEu,


Dental Offer oomnsurance Dental Implant ; Ortho
Only 49.99* Whitening Fiacing Evaluation (Br
Includes: , Available Only $59.00 ,
Oral Evaluation $350* With Credit udes: F
ii Approva. m Oral implant
Digital X-Ray *If dental treatment is Restrictions Orevaluation Eva
1 P0210) li
Regur leaning notrequired MayApply (D15025
Regular Cleaning Digital Panoramic X-Ray * 125I
S(D1110) II 03301 in
I Lmited Time Ofter li L'imed F i Ome r G I ! Lmled Time Offtter limited'
-e patient and any other person responsible or payments has the right to refuse pa, cncel p ,men t or to be reimbursed for payment for any other service, eoaminahon or trealmentwkhic is performed as a result ol'and w
hours of responding to this advertiseent for the ree discounted fee or reduced fee service examinotion or treatment. * CoLpcn cannot be combined." Not applicable if patient has eidoind se.


dontics
aces)
REE
nation
Monthly
iterest


FREE SEMINAR
to help home owners stay in their home!


JAKE I LAW


Attorney Jake Miller will conduct this free one hour, informational seminar discussing
mortgage modification, short sale, deed in lieu, and bankruptcy options so you can stay in your home.
Wednesday August 11, 2010, 6-7 p.m.
Wednesday August 25, 2010, 6-7 p.m.
All seminars will take place at the McNab Executive Plaza - Conference Room
1000 McNab Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33069
To RSVP send your name, email, and phone number to RSVP@HelpMeModifyNow.com,
or call The Law Offices of Jake Miller at 954-527-9314.


Loan Modifications


Short Sale


Deed in Lieu


Bankrupcy


LAW OFFICES OF JAKE MILLER, LLC
12550 BISCAYNE BLVD, SUITE 800
MIAMI, FL 33181
(954) 527-9314


Friday, August 6, 2010


24 The Pelican


L- 17


n^'.-i-


tv




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated May 24, 2011 - Version 3.0.0 - mvs