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Title: Pompano Pelican
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Place of Publication: Pompano Beach
Publication Date: 03-16-2012
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LBTS will

privatize

parking meter

services
By Judy Vik
PELICAN STAFF
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
- Commissioners agreed this week to
outsource parking services to a private
contractor for an annual savings of
$124,500.
The vote at Tuesday's meeting
was 4 to 0, Mayor Roseann Minnet
recusing herself because she does
business with one of the ranked firms.
Commissioners accepted a staff
recommendation to select Standard
Plus Parking and Republic Parking
as the first and second ranked firms
of five applicants and directed the
See PARKING on page 5


Southern

Cruisers: a

children's

charity is their

"ticket to ride"
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN STAFF


Deerfield Beach


Members and


supporters of the Southern Cruisers
Riding Club will start their engines
here April 15 for the 8th annual Ride
for Kids, a 50-mile outing that raises
money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor
Foundation. According to the club's
First Officer Annie Snell of Deerfield
Beach, the annual ride raises about
$10,000. Last year, 500 riders set off
from Quiet Waters Park in a highly-


See CRUISERS on page 29


Pompano Beach Little League Indians player Jett Kraus rejoices as he comes home after hitting an
inside-the-park home run. Story on page 34. [Photo by Michael d'Oliveira]

DBMS principal is Broward's best


Flynn puts her

mark on highly

diverse school
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN STAFF
Deerfield Beach Few
administrators in the Broward County
School System ask to be moved from
schools in the western suburbs to
a school in the east, but seeking an


environment with more diversity,
three years ago Christine Flynn-
Semisch did just that.
She accepted a job as principal at
Deerfield Beach Middle School, or
DBMS, saying, "I was following my
heart to be with students and families
who might need additional support."
She acknowledges that DBMS was a
big contrast to the schools in Parkland
and Coral Springs where she grew up
and had worked for 17 years. "The


See PRINCIPAL on page 12


Call it Store No.

1053 and expect

a whole new

Publix March 31
By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach Bill Fauerbach
began working at Publix Supermarket,
2511 E. Atlantic Boulevard, as a
bagger when he was 16. Eventually,
he worked himself up the ladder to
assistant store manager. Today, 45
years later, Fauerbach serves Publix as
its vice president of retail operations
for the company's Miami Division.
And he is paying very close
attention to the store that gave him
his first job these days as the long-
anticipated re-opening, March 31, is
nearly here.
The original store was demolished
about a week after Easter, 2011. The
former 34,000 sq. ft. store, which
opened in August of 1967, will re-
emerge with 54,000 sq. ft. with an
See PUBLIX on page 24

Union objects to

proposed wage

decrease saying

some got hefty

raises
By Judy Wilson
PELICAN STAFF
Deerfield Beach Substantial
raises were given to 18 city employees
at the same time the administration
was cutting jobs and asking its
workers to take a five percent pay
decrease and contribute to their health
insurance premiums, say members
of a union representing mid-level
managers.
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Pompano Beach On March 30 at 10 a.m. fire fighters, city
officials and the public will join family members of the late
Pompano Beach Fire Fighter Bill Elliot, who died early this
year on the job.
Firehouse 61, 2121 NW 3 Ave., where Elliot worked and
died, will be named in his honor.
At the Pompano Beach City Commission meeting on Jan.
24, commissioners unanimously voted in favor of dedicating
the fire station to Bill Elliott.
The Elliott family will be in attendance.
Firefighter/EMT Bill Elliott, 49, died in the line-of-duty on
Friday, Jan. 6 when he fell from the top of a 100-foot aerial fire
truck at Fire Station 61 during a training exercise. Bill Elliott
served 22 years as a firefighter with Pompano Beach Fire
Rescue and was the department's first line-of-duty death. Bill
previously worked with the Lighthouse Point Fire Department
for seven years making him a 29-year veteran of the fire
service. Bill's brother John works for Boca Raton Fire Rescue.


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Commercial designs to be

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LBTS The Town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea will hold
a community meeting at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 21,
to discuss preliminary streetscape designs for Commercial
Boulevard between Seagrape Drive and the Intracoastal
Waterway.
The town invites the participation of property owners,
businesses and the public to discuss design concepts for
proposed improvements along Commercial Boulevard,
including the town parking lots situated on the north and south
sides of the street.
The town has hired Architectural Alliance and Jay Flynn
Engineering to design the project. Hugh Anderson, principal
landscape architect with Architectural Alliance, will lead the
discussions.
Traffic Planner Molly Hughes and Engineer Jay Flynn, who
has a business on the street, also will be present to answer any
questions. Call 954-640-4209.


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3-16 Tonight Art Walk
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p.m. along Wilton Drive.
Visit art galleries, restaurants
and more.
3-16 Tonight at 7 p.m.
"Little Giants," a film about
an underdog pee-wee football
team, will be playing at the
Villages of Hillsboro Park,
4111 NW 6 St., Deerfield
See SIGHTINGS on page 17
Correction Last week, The
Pelican incorrectly identified this
photograph from the Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea Chamber "Taste of the
Beach." Pictured are event organizer
Guy Contrada with French Place
Bistro owner Dianne Bollinne and
associate Renata Zuk. We regret the
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Wilton Manors Garlic Fest gets new name,
venue moves to Richardson Park


By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Wilton Manors Unlike
most community events,
Garlic Palooza organizers
want attendees to supply a lot
of the grub.
On March 24 from 5 to 8
p.m. at Richardson Historic
Park, 1937 Wilton Drive,
members of the Westside
Association of Wilton
Manors, or WAWM, will host


their annual garlic-themed
event.
Previously known as the
Garlic & Wine Festival, the
Garlic Palooza is the fourth
installment of an event that
involves attendees bringing
their own homemade garlic-
infused dishes for others
to enjoy. In years past,
everything from garlic pizza
to garlic ice cream has made
the menu. The event has also


been held at three different
venues, going from Donn
Eisele Park the first two years
to Mickel Field the third year
and to Richardson this year.
"Our main emphasis is
that it's the area's largest
pot luck," said Rex Vacca,
WAWM president and event
chair. "We changed the name
from Garlic Festival to Garlic
Palooza. Unlike a festival,
where you just show up with
your money, a palooza is
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will hear State Representative Franklin Sands give a wrap up of
the 2012 legislative session March 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center, 1801 NE 6 St., Pompano Beach.
The meeting is free and open to the public. Franklin Sands
was first elected to the Florida House of Representatives in
2004, and subsequently reelected in 2006, 2008 and 2010.
He was elected by his peers and served as the Democratic
Leader for the 2008-10 term, with a caucus of 44 members.
During his tenure in the House, he has focused on the
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Car leasing company given the okay on second try


By Judy Vik
PELICAN STAFF
Oakland Park -
Commissioners reconsidered
an earlier decision and
approved the location of an
auto rental business at 201
W. Oakland Park Blvd., the
former site of a pain clinic.
The vote at the March
7 meeting was 3-0,
Commissioner Jed Shank
abstaining because a family
member works for the
applicant, Enterprise Auto
Rental and Commissioner
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because her law firm
represents the parent company
of the applicant.
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of a required eight-foot
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building. On Feb. 1,
commissioners deadlocked
2-2 on the application and
request for a waiver on the
wall.
In December, at the
request of the same applicant,
commissioners approved an
amendment to the code that
allows auto rental and leasing
in B-1 zoning district with
certain recommendations.
The owners have made
a significant investment
in the site to bring it up to
code. They plan to use the
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Parking

meters


Continued from page 1
town manager to negotiate a
contract with Standard Plus. If
a satisfactory agreement can't
be reached, then the town
manager will negotiate with
Republic Parking.
The jobs of four town
employees will be eliminated
as a result of the contract
award. They are a full-time
parking supervisor, two part-
time parking enforcement
officers and one part-time
meter technician.
Both firms have said they
will hire the town's existing
employees provided they pass
background checks.
The town currently pays
the parking supervisor $27.77
an hour, parking enforcement
officers $16.68 and $17.64
per hour and the meter tech
$19.48 per hour. Standard
Plus proposes to pay $12
per hour for these positions
and would provide its own
supervisor. Although the
existing supervisor can apply
for a $12 an hour job, Town
Manager Connie Hoffmann
said she is not interested.
Standard Plus does not


provide benefits to part time
employees; the town does.
During public comments,
Joan Garrett, the parking
supervisor and a 19-year town
employee, said the parking
department is an enterprise
fund that more than pays for
itself while providing many
services.
"How much of our town
should we put in the hands of
outsiders?" she asked.
"Outsourcing is not always
the best way. Today you
know what you have. I'm
sure the quality and level of
service will suffer," Garrett
said.
Rosa Michailiuk, the
mother of one of the affected
employees said, "Why do you
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To soften the blow for
employees who transfer to
the new vendor at lesser pay,
commissioners agreed to
Commissioner Stuart Dodd's
suggestion to give them half
of the difference in salary
from what they earn now
to the new pay rate for six
months plus pay their entire
COBRA health insurance for
six months. The vote was 4
to 1, Vice Mayor Scot Sasser
dissenting.
Bud Bentley, assistant
town manager, noted the
town now has contracts for
15 other services, including
the most recent additions of
building permitting and code
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better service and more pay
stations, free up the town's
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While parking revenues
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Commissioner Mark
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"These are real people
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"Once we start eating into
the savings, we might as
well keep it the way it is," he
said. "Do we make the tough
decision and be done or keep
them in place? The gray area
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Letters & Opinions


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Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point, Lauderdale-
By-The-Sea, Wilton Manors and Oakland Park
Wilton Manors Oakland Park Hillsboro Beach
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Letters


Pompano Beach Elementary school children and members of the public got an up-close look at
a full-scale replica of the Liberty Bell and bronze engravings of the Bill of Rights and Constitution
earlier this month at Pompano Beach High School. The event was sponsored by The New Presby-
terian Church in Pompano Beach.
The 3,200 lb. Liberty Bell was brought by The Providence Forum, a private organization that travels
the country displaying the replica.
Spirit of Freedom, another private organization, brought a bronze engraving of the Bill of Rights,
which weighs 137 lbs., and four engravings of the Constitution, each weighing 117 lbs.
According to Steven Fisher, executive director of Providence Forum, the wood used to hold the
Liberty Bell in place is made from the same type of tree used in the original Liberty Bell, a Maryland
Tree, now extinct.

Visitor to Pompano Beach lauds

recent patriotic program at New
Dear Editor,
What a wonderful and spectacular event this month at the New Presbyterian
Church. I felt privileged to attend. Thank you to all concerned, starting with
The Rev. Carter who made the program possible, highlighting our wonderful
country. How blessed we are.
Pat Gilchrist
New York

Th elcn .


I Correction and clarification


In an earlier issue of The Pelican, Dr. Mandy Mir Esmali's name was
mispelled. The Pelican regrets the error and welcomes Dr. Mir Esmali to the
Broward community.
A native of Montreal, Canada, Dr. Mandy Mir Esmali is fluent in French and
English: a fact very much appreciated by the many French Canadian snowbirds
in the area. Her credentials are impressive. She is a graduate of New York
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out every advanced course offered.
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emergencies and established good relations with my new patients. Several have
made plans for extensive dental work. Because I am new and just building a
practice, I am offering many promotions, including discounts to seniors. To
introduce myself to new patients, I am offering a complimentary consultation
and examination. Call 954-990-6543 for an appointment.


State rep to discuss information on

state, county assistance
State Representative Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed is hosting an Empowerment
Symposium on Wednesday, March 28 at the E. Pat Larkins Community Center,
520 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Pompano Beach from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
The Aging & Disability Resource Center, Florida Department of
Transportation, Florida's Long Term Care Ombudsman Program and the
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will be attending the event.
Light snacks and bottled water will be available at no charge.
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Commentary


Turtles versus the mariner's beacon

has become a stormy issue

A line has been drawn in the sand.

Boaters, lovers of history and fanciers of lighthouses will meet Saturday,
Mar. 24, Ito 4 p.m. at the Emma Lou Olson Community Center, 1801 NE 6
Street, to weigh in on a controversy involving sea turtles and the 1,000 watt
Fresnel Lens that serves as a beacon to mariners.
The U.S. Coast Guard, keepers of the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse, have
been asked by turtle advocates to shield the beam so it does not disorient the
hatchlings in their journey to the sea. The Coast Guard is on record as believing
the light does not affect the turtles' migration. Furthermore, those officials say
the light cannot effectively be shielded. The only way to protect the turtles is
to turn the light off they contend, a move that has riled the boating community
as well as those who have worked so hard to preserve this lighthouse and the
historic lens.
Both sides should be able to express their views on March 24. The turtle
preservationists say they never intended that the light go dark for turtle season;
merely shielded so the beam doesn't illuminate the beach. They believe the
issue was escalated to put them in a bad light (no pun here).
Boaters, rightfully so, insist the light is needed to continue to guide them
through the sometimes treacherous waters of the Hillsboro Inlet. Historians,
aware that in these fast-paced days of high tk-_ihn 1 ,'y old fashioned lighthouses
may become as necessary as the buggy whip, will likely side with the marine
interests to keep the lamp lit at all times.
It should be a lively discussion. Hopefully, a sane compromise can be
reached.







Friday, March 16, 2012 The Pelican '7


Police agencies studying ways to make

A1A safer for pedestrians, cyclists, cars


By Judy WilsonI


PELICAN STAFF
Hillsboro Beach Police
agencies in six coastal cities
are looking at ways to make
A1A a more user-friendly
road.
The heavily traveled
thoroughfare is shared
by cyclists, motorists and
pedestrians, all vying for
position.
Highland Beach Police Lt.
Eric Lundberg is organizing
the initiative aimed at
educating drivers, riders and
walkers on the rules of the
road. At some point, there
could be an enforcement
action, Lt. Lundsberg said this
week.
Hillsboro Police Chief
Tom Nagy attended
Lundberg's first meeting last
month along with officers
from Boca Raton, Delray
Beach, Gulfstream and Ocean
Ridge.
In Hillsboro, as in many
of the A1A towns, there is
no designated bike path and
the two-lane road has very
little shoulder. The chief
himself had an encounter
with a cyclist who ended up
under his police car. While
the cyclist walked away with
only bumps and bruises,
Nagy's car suffered $1,800 in
damage.
Already committed to
attend Lundberg's next
meeting in April are sheriff' s
deputies from Deerfield


Hillsboro cyclist who
ended up under police
chief's car left $1,800
in damage on the car,
walked away with
bruises and bumps

Beach and Pompano Beach
and a Florida Department of
Transportation representative.
When it comes to
motorists sharing the street
with cyclists, the situation
can become tense both police
chiefs agreed. Cyclists have
a right to be there but for


their own safety need to obey
the rules. Who hasn't seen a
cyclist pedaling along after
dusk in dark clothing and
without adequate reflector
lights? On the other hand,
who hasn't seen drivers that
seem oblivious to the cyclists
in their midst?
"We coastal communities
have the same concerns,"
Lundberg said. "So we should
be on the same page with our
education and enforcement.
We're in the early stages of
this but we need a cohesive
effort that is in effect
wherever you are on A1A."


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approved a contract for
$195,542 with Craven
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design of the Northeast 34
Court Improvements Project.
The firm was ranked first after
the city issued a request for
proposals.
Commissioners OK
purchase of vehicles

Commissioners approved
a resolution authorizing the
purchase of five replacement
vehicles through the Florida
Sheriff's Association, or FSA.
The amount is not to exceed
$785,795. The vehicles were
all identified for replacement


in this year's budget. The
vote was 4-1, Mayor Suzanne
Boisvenue dissenting.
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developed its volume-
based pricing program to
assist local governments in
securing vehicles through
a competitive procurement
process. Funding for the
vehicles will be through the
water/sewer and solid waste
enterprise funds.
Beautification awards

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8th Annual

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Community

Yard Sale
Deerfield Beach On Saturday,
March 17 from 7 a.m. to noon,
volunteers of the 8th Annual Relay
For Life will host a Yard Sale at
Constitution Park, 2841 W. Hillsboro
Blvd. The yard sale will feature
various home goods, clothing, knick-
knacks and much more.
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American Cancer Society's Deerfield
Beach/Lighthouse Point Relay
For Life, which will take place at
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gathering from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 21.
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Blvd., features free wine tasting
and a chance to mingle with other
professionals, play with the puppies
and admire the jewelry. Those
attending will receive a free dog tag
for a pet just for stopping in.
Call 954-776-1000.


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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach "Sometimes
I think we are the best kept secret in
Pompano Beach," says the owner
of G Designs@ The Parlor, which
is located next door to Peking Duck
at 1216 E. Atlantic Blvd. and offers
ample parking in the rear. Owner
Debbie Wilson says, "People drive
by and do not realize we are a beauty
salon that turns out beautiful women
and handsome men."
Sitting down in a comfortable


lounge chair with a cup of coffee and
a sweet, The Pelican heard about
the history of this successful salon
where the four stylists are all chic
fashionistas. Each has a different hair
style, but all flash friendly smiles.
Gale Kutun opened The Parlor,
a salon with unusual ambiance, as
well as the newest beauty equipment
available 26 years ago. Two stores,
merged into one, features a living
room setting and a receptionist to
welcome arrivals on one side, and a
full functioning beauty salon on the


other. Debbie Wilson joined Kutun
as a stylist 25 years ago and bought
the salon from Kutun 5 V years ago.
Wilson says, "We switched roles.
Gale is still a stylist here and I am
now the owner and working stylist.
I bought the shop for my daughter,
Gina, and that's how the name, G
Designs got added to the original
name, The Parlor. Gina worked with
us for a few years, but then she fell in
love, got married and moved out


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Catch the first free "Moonlit" movie at

Jaco Pastorius Park, March 30


Oakland Park At least
one night each month, people
will not have to worry about
the price of a movie ticket in
Oakland Park.
City officials approved the
purchase of a 220-square-foot
movie screen for the "Moonlit
Movie Series."
"We are pleased to
offer this free monthly
entertainment in Oakland
Park," said Parks and Leisure
Services Director, Jenna
LaFleur.
LaFleur said the free
movies will be presented the
last Friday of each month


beginning with "Happy Feet
2" on March 30. All movies
will be rated G or PG and
suitable for all ages.
"Our City Commission
suggested wholesome
entertainment that parents
and grandparents would be
comfortable taking children to
view," LaFleur said.
The first movie night
will take place at Jaco
Pastorius Park, 4000 North
Dixie Highway, with
movies rotating between the
downtown park, as well as
Northeast High School and
Royal Palm Park. The movies


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Moviegoers can bring their
own refreshments with food
and snacks also available for
purchase.
In addition to the large
screen, the city's new outdoor
movie system features a high
definition DVD projector and
1,000 watt dual speak system.
"As the system also has
the ability to broadcast live
television and play video
games, our staff will explore
other uses for the big screen
in conjunction with city
events," LaFleur added.
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services department is
currently seeking sponsors to
expand the Moonlit Movie
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PELICAN STAFF
Broward About three
years ago, a new pest, the
ficus Whitefly began an
attack on the numerous ficus
trees and hedges in Broward
County. And now the Rugose
Spiraling whitefly has joined
its cousin in warring against
the ficus.
And Rugose has an
appetite for more than the
ficus.
Now black olives and
gumbo limbo are falling prey
to this Asian insect.
Master Gardener
Donna Torrey explains the
machinations of these flying
beasts. "It's not the fly itself,"
Torrey says. "It's the fly's
larvae that suck the plant


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What are
Whiteflies?
They are small, winged
insects that belong to the
Order Hemiptera which
also includes aphids,
scales and mealybugs.
These insects typically
feed on the underside of
leaves with their "needle-
like" mouthparts. White-
flies can seriously injure
host plants by sucking
nutrients from the plant
causing wilting, yellow-
ing, stunting, leaf drop,
or even death. There are
more than 75 different
whiteflies reported in
Florida. Courtesy University
of Florida

juices and leave its excrement
on the leaf. The excrement is
sticky and sweet and attracts
sooty mold."
Weekend gardeners can
be confused by this, thinking
the mold is killing the plants
when the crime lies with the
fly.
Torrey explains that the
plant is merely wasting away
from the larvae sucking its
juices.
"It is dehydrating the
leaves to the point that they
drop off. But if the plant is
healthy, the leaves will grow
back."
The Whitefly in Florida
has no predators, so its future
is bright.
But Torrey offers some
hope. "Eventually the birds

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Family

celebration of

spring March 31
Pompano Beach With a special
emphasis on children 12 and under,
the city will offer a day of fun and
games to once again welcome spring.
The March 31 event begins at 9:30
a.m. at Athletics Multi-purpose Field,
1701 NE 8 St., Pompano Beach.
Cost is $2 or a donation of two
cans of food for local food banks. Call
954-786-4111.

Film Fest goes

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week
Deerfield Beach This Friday,
March 16, the Deerfield Beach
Cultural Committee hosts movie night
at Villages of Hillsboro Park, 4111
NW 6th Street.
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begin around 7 p.m. Bring the family,
lawn chairs and blankets. The movie
is free, and refreshments will be
available for purchase.
This is the final movie of the
Deerfield Film Fest series.Call 954-
426-6898.

Town legal

matters focus of

seminar
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informal seminar takes place at 6
p.m. on April 3, in Jarvis Hall, 4501
N. Ocean Drive, to discuss Florida's
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Florida Highwaymen bringing their art to Pompano;

Meet the president March 21 Historical Society meeting

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Highwaymen Curtis Arnett, Willie Reagan, James Gibson, Dr. Carnell Smith and Al Black. [Not
pictured is R.L. Lewis]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
The Pelican put in a call to Pastor
Carnell Smith in Philadelphia to learn
about The Highwaymen, a unique
group of Florida artists coming to
town. These legendary artists will visit
Pompano Beach to exhibit their oil
paintings of beautiful Florida scenes.
The event takes place at the Sample
McDougald House on Friday, March
23 and Saturday, March 24. But even
before viewing the exhibit, the pub-
lic is invited to the Pompano Beach
Historical Society on March 21 for a
free lecture delivered by the group's
president, Carnell Smith.
This is an opportunity to hear the
story behind the paintings and maybe
preview a few of them before the
exhibit.
Smith said, "There were 26 of us
when we started. Now, there are only
12 living members of the Highway-
men, and we've added two women,
Dorthea Hair, wife of Alfred Hair,
founder of the group, and Mary Ann
Carol. Alfred, now deceased, was
inspired to put us together. He named
us The Highwaymen because that's
where we began to sell our art."
He continued, "We were all Florid-
ians, painting in oils or acrylics. We


hit the highways in the 50s, pulled up
to a chosen spot and set up our easels
to display our work to vehicle traf-
fic. It was hard, but it worked. We
also walked office buildings, restau-
rants and hotels where we sold our
work. Because we were black, no one
wanted to put us in the galleries or
museums.
With a chuckle, he adds, "Now all
of the galleries and museums have our
work. We're even in the Governor's
Mansion in Tallahassee. We've made
it to a famous museum in Spain and
President Obama owns our paintings.
In 2011, we exhibited at Howard Uni-
versity in Washington D.C.
"We owe special thanks to Governor
Jeb Bush who got us inducted into
Florida's Hall of Fame. That helped
us a lot because the value of the paint-
ings went way up. We can make a fair
living as artists now."
The Highwaymen get together
when they exhibit at about two shows
a month. As president of the group,
Smith sets up the shows, meetings and
is responsible for all of the documents,
grant applications and other business.
An ordained minister since 1982,
Smith also manages to be a pastor to
his Philadelphia congregation and still


See ARTISTS on page 11


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joined the Highwaymen Art Association.


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60s and 70s, we all painted on
location. Now we use photo-


Continued from page 10 graphs or paint from memory.


paint. Most of the Highway-
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Principal
Continued from page 1
priorities were different," she
says. "But I had worked hard
and I think I had created a
positive reputation."
This year, her work
and her reputation earned
the district's highest
commendation: Caliber
Principal of the Year. The
award was presented March 1.
Flynn, 44, enjoyed another
meaningful reward that night.
More members of her staff,
about 40, attended the banquet
than appeared for any other
nominee.
Educated at the
University of Florida and
Florida Atlantic University,
Flynn is the daughter of
two school principals. Her
DBMS campus is 32 acres
of buildings, playing fields
and an aquatic complex. She
supervises 125 employees


and is mindful of the needs
of 1,200 students. School
population here is about 65
percent black, 10 percent
Hispanic and 25 percent
white. The school offers
two magnet programs, the
International Baccalaureate
that enrolls 350 students and
a smaller personal health and
wellness curriculum. Both
draw students from outside
the community.
"I hope I have put my
stamp on the school," she said
this week. "I have tried to
identify the needs of students
and families."
The diverse student
population often brings the
problems of home and the
street to school with them.
Case in point is the incident
that occurred April 2010
after only eight months on
the job, when Wayne Treacy
came on campus and attacked
student Josie Ratley, bringing


Plynn


unfavorable attention to the
school nationwide.
Taking steps to tamp
down the dangers, Flynn
brought a fresh set of eyes
to the situation to establish
a positive school culture,
a uniform dress policy, an
alliance with The Urban
League and Pastor Anthony
Davis, after school mentoring
and study programs. She also
initiated a classroom system
where a student's classes are
all in one area with common
teachers. It creates, she said, a


small school within the larger
school.
The trek to the top of
the principals' list does not
come easily. According to
Janet Del Pinal, coordinator
of community involvement
for the district, the process
is arduous. After being
nominated, the teacher is
invited to apply for the award
and those applications are
vetted by a committee of
business partners, district
employees, teachers and
parents. That same committee
then interviews the four
finalists and through a scoring
system, the winner is selected.
Del Pinal says at least one
of Broward' s honorees have
been finalists in the state
competition for many years.
Her resume in the
Caliber Awards program
March 1 should put her
at the head of the pack. It
reads, "... She exemplifies


impeccable leadership
skills, instructionally and
operationally. Her character
is one that maintains trust,
[which] motivates and
empowers students, parents
and teachers. She epitomizes
the attributes of a high-
performing leader in her
commitment to integrity
and continuous school
improvement."
Christie McVay, president
of the Parent Teacher Student
Association at DBMS, is a
firm Flynn fan. Flynn, she
said, is the most supportive
principal she has encountered.
Of the Ratley attack,
McVay said, "She handled
it well. She was calm and
strong.
"Her door is always open,
not only for the PTSA, but for
everyone at the school.
"She really is awesome."
Flynn will represent
Broward for the state


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Local insurance agents build business on old-fashioned values


Gerson Rodriguez and Alan Duke

By Bill Johnson
PELICAN WRITER
Lighthouse Point
If you call the
BEE Insurance
Agency in Lighthouse Point,
someone a real person, an
actual human being will
answer the phone. There's no
recorded message and no but-
tons to push. The agency has
no answering machine and no
voice mail.
While some folks may
see this as an old-fashioned
approach to business, Gerson
Rodriguez, the agency owner,


doesn't mind if you do. And,
in fact, he's proud of it. "We
want to talk to people," he
said.
To him, this symbolizes a
"personal touch" that demon-
strates his dedication to per-
sonal service for his clients.
"We want to know the
names of clients when they
come through the door," add-
ed Alan Duke, a key player in
the agency who is not hung up
on titles. "We want an atmo-
sphere where people come in
and sit, relax and have a cup
of coffee. "We want a place
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then their children come in as
well."
Rodriguez, who came to
the United States from Ven-
ezuela, bought the business
in June 2008 after working
for the previous owner for a
couple of years. Duke joined
him immediately.
When Rodriguez was
growing up in Venezuela, run-
ning an insurance agency was
a kind of calling or a dream.
"I went with my dad to put
in an insurance claim," he re-
members. "The agent looked
so nice, so professional. He
had a nice office, and I wanted


to be like that guy," he said.
In the U.S., Rodriguez
went to Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity for a master's degree
in international business.
When he bought the agen-
cy in 2008, it had operated
under various names for about
14 years, but was probably
best known in the community
as Insurance World, and its
business was limited to auto
insurance, auto tags and titles.
Rodriguez and Duke
expanded the business to
include insurance to cover
homes, businesses, boats,
RVs, motorcycles, golf carts,


classic cars, health and life.
"We do a little of everything,"
Rodriguez said.
It's a competitive busi-
ness, of course. "Others offer
the same thing," Rodriguez
acknowledges, "so it's us
- our customer service that
can make a difference."
There was a time when
Rodriguez and Duke con-
sidered opening offices in
other cities. Then, said Duke,
"We asked ourselves why we
would do that when there's
plenty of business right here."
Most of their clients live
within five miles of the office
on Northeast 24th Street, in
Lighthouse Point, and Rodri-
guez decided that he likes it
that way.
"We really want to have
a neighborhood feel," said
Duke. "We've had young
couples -just married come
in to get an auto tag and have
a title done. Sometime later
they buy a house and come in
for homeowner's insurance."
The sense of community
that Rodriguez and Duke
share extends beyond busi-
ness hours. They both live in
Pompano Beach and serve
their residential and busi-
ness communities in different
ways. Gerson Rodriguez is an
Exchange Club member and a
volunteer with the Lighthouse
Point Police Department. Alan
Duke is a volunteer tutor,
teaching ESL (English as a
Second Language).
As local residents, they
clearly care about their
community and hope that a
"neighborhood business" can
flourish if it's built on old
ideas of personal service and
respect for individual clients.


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Primary Care Physician who is passionate about his patients' health


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Dr. Borges is a native
Floridian, born and bred in
Miami.
He says, "I knew I wanted
to be a physician just like my
dad whom I accompanied
many times on his visits
to patients. He was an old
school physician who had his
own practice and was on call
24/7. He had a pager and he
got calls all day and night.
Every patient knew his phone
number. Most of them were
very considerate and didn't
call until they were really ill.
But I remember countless
occasions where Dad was
called away from dinner,
theater, movies, restaurants,
and in the middle of the
night."
Dr. Borges, Jr. has a more
predictable life. As a doctor
of Internal Medicine with
a specialty in geriatrics, he
and four other physicians
own a practice and they cross
cover for each other. "The
advantage of being part of


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a group is that the patient
is never neglected, but the
physician still gets to have
a life," he says, smiling. "I
have a strong commitment to
spending time with my wife,


Cari, and our three children.
We have breakfast and dinner
together almost every night. I
think this is vitally important
for the children and for us."
Borges has offices in
the Roselli Building at 3471
N. Federal Hwy., Suite 202
in Fort Lauderdale where
he sees both HMO and
privately insured patients.
He is affiliated with North
Broward Medical Center and
says, "I have a network of
specialists whom I trust and
refer my patients to. We're
multi contracted because
we feel that HMO patients
actually get better care than
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Easter Bonnet
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March 29
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Garden Club hosts its annual
fundraiser, the Easter Bonnet
Luncheon, at the Emma Lou
Olson Civic Center, 1801
NE 6 St., Pompano Beach on
March 29.
The event, with
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White fly
Continued from page 9

will eat the fly. It's hard for
the gardener to kill them
because flies fly. I suggest
Neem pesticide."
Neem is a pesticide made
from the extract from the
neem tree, a common tree in
Asia.
Although some shops
recommend stronger
pesticides, Torrey is against
any kind of toxic application.
"Pesticides harm birds,
butterflies and e \ h. ti thing
else. It has to be poured onto
the roots, making the whole
plant toxic," she says.
Torrey adds that many
people are visiting her shop to
buy ladybugs to deal with the
Whiteflies. "Ladybugs eat the
larvae," she says.
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diversity of her plants.
"People with a ficus hedge
are offering a banquet for the
flies. They find the ficus by
smell," she says.
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at 800 NW 8 Ave., is the
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Beach; Rev. Anthony Burrell
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from March 17 through April
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By Judy Wilson
PELICAN STAFF
Carolina Club is one
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of the finest pro shops in the
country, a clubhouse built to
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Built 21 years ago and
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It is located on Rock Island
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What attracts both members
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story "mansion" built for
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resembles Drayton Hall in
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homestead that survived the
Civil War. Signature feature
of the entrance lobby is the
grand stair case leading to the
ballroom. Also on this level
is McDivot's restaurant, the
proper English pub offering
lunch, dinner and Sunday
brunches. On Friday's at 9:30
p.m., it becomes Pippen's

See CAROLINA on page 33


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Scoreboard
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Chris Bates, Todd Stevenson, Angel
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3rd place, score 67, Joe Patchen,Tom
Oldensmith, Mac McClusky, Ralph
Smith
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back nine first.
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man
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Pompano Beach's Riverside Grille delivers upscale seafood
and meats in an elegantly casual Intracoastal setting


Just in time for Saint Patrick's Day, Irish chef Monica Churchill prepares classic
corn beef and cabbage the way her grandmother taught her slow braised in
Guinness beer. [Staff photos]


The outrageously flavorful "Drunken Lawyer" plate features the meat of a whole Maine lobster, jumbo shrimp and mush-
rooms coarsely chopped. The mixture is blended with a tasty whisky sauce and then stuffed back into the lobster shell.


By Malcolm McClintock
PELICAN STAFF
Riverside Grille
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Riverside


Continued from page 20
poultry, grilled meat and
maritime specialties.
"I owned the Frog & Toad
English Pub on Powerline
Road for 13 years but was
looking for a change," says
Churchill, an Irish Bostonian
who migrated to the warmer
climes of South Florida some
two decades ago. "I was very
happy to find this wonderfully
located restaurant on the
water and give it my unique
culinary touch."
From the ethereal lobster
bisque modeled after the
Paris Ritz-Carlton recipe
to the sophisticated ginger
and wasabi infused Ahi tuna
tartare in a martini glass, the
Riverside has perfected the art
of elevating the pedestrian to
the celestial.
"I am constantly changing
our specials with recipes from
different cultures because
sometimes, well, you just feel
like having something French,
Greek, Asian or Hawaiian,"
he adds. The regular menu
showcases Pan Seared Diver
Scallops with mango salsa,
garlic steamed clams or
mussels over linguine pasta,
tuna au poivre with cognac
cream sauce, open fire grilled
Key West lime chicken and
the eye-popping 16-ounce
char grilled rib-eye.


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towards the highly addictive
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This dish overflows with fresh
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mussels and fish blissfully
bathing in a saffron, garlic,
fennel and leek broth.
The famous Gulf Coast
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enjoyed Rockefeller with
spinach and cheese and a
myriad of more presentations.


"We get local fish such as
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or Cobia daily depending on
what the boats bring in," says
Churchill.
The Riverside also offers
weekend brunch where a host
of delectable matinal favorites
are available. Of note is the
always popular Mixed Grill
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Irish breakfast of eggs,
sausage, bacon, tomatoes,
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Union


Continued from page 1
Arguing its case before
special magistrate Richard
Deem last Friday, the Profes-
sional Managers and Supervi-
sors Association, representing
28 city workers, or PMSA,
said the "favored employ-
ees" were either promoted or
moved to a classification with
higher pay. Some received as
much as a 19 percent increase.


In its comments the city,
represented by attorney Brett
Schneider, said the union,
PMSA, reneged on a con-
tract ratified in January and
in doing so cost the city the
$200,000 it would have saved
if the contract with its five
percent salary decrease and
insurance contribution had
been honored. Schneider
stressed the difficult eco-
nomic times and the coping
measures the city has taken


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including offering a number
of employees early retirement
packages.
Because PMSA reneged
on the contract, the city has
filed a lawsuit charging unfair
labor practices. Addition-
ally, it is asking that PMSA
employees take another 15
percent salary decrease to
help pay for the city's losses.
But Khalid Khoury, man-
ager of the aquatic complex,
produced figures taken from
the city's fiscal reports that
indicate more revenues than

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anticipated have been taken in
so far in this budget year, and
the expenses have been less
than projected. In some funds,
51 percent of the revenue
has been realized while only
42 percent of the year has
elapsed, Khoury said. He also
questioned the one mil reduc-
tion in the ad valorem tax rate
effective in this budget year.
"Why reduce the millage
rate if we're in deficit as you
claim?," Khoury said. "The
numbers show we are not...
I don't see how taking five
percent away is the answer.
I understand we held up
the city, we disrupted your
agenda...
"We could have settled,
but I'd rather have it imposed
upon us," Khoury said.
Presenting a list of high-
ranking employees that
received raises, Fishing Pier
Manager Vernell Higgs said a
five percent pay cut is not a fi-
nancial hardship to those who
got an 18 percent raise. "With
those increases there cannot
be equality of pay... now you
want more because we didn't
play nice."
The hikes given the 18
department managers have
increased the city payroll
by $321,324 according to
the information provided by
Higgs. Biggest boost percent-
age-wise went to Fire Chief
Chad Brocato whose sal-


ary was raised by almost 20
percent. Personnel director
Mike Milanowski, hired in
July 2010, was reclassified
and given an 18 percent pay
raise on his one-year anniver-
sary date. Division opera-
tion manager Bernard Buxto
-Tetteh received a promotion
and 18 percent increase in
pay. Assistant Director of
Environmental Services Chad
Grecsek was promoted and
given a 17 percent raise. Walt
Bratton became director of
parks and recreation with a 15
percent raise. New manage-
ment hires in his department
received salaries of $96,999
and $88,000. Others among
the 18 received increases of
10 or 5 percent. Salaries of
these 18 employees range
from $121,000 to $45,000.
Salaries of members of the
PMSA range from $40,000
to $90,000 according to the
city's testimony.
Magistrate Richard Deem
said this week he is awaiting
the transcript from the hear-
ing and after that has 15 days
to make his recommendation.
That recommendation is then
accepted or rejected by each
of the two parties. If rejected
by the union, the city commis-
sion imposes its will on the
matter.


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Publix I r


Continued from page 1
estimated cost of $17 million.
Customers who have been
waiting for the opening this
month will find all of the
products for which they had
shopped previously along
with additions and conve-
niences that will make this
store an adventure.
Regular Publix products,
a pharmacy and Greenwise
foods, Publix's line of organic
and environmentally-friendly
goods, will be augmented
with a Pacific Wok, a hot soup
bar, a Mediterranean olive
bar, hot and cold prepared
foods and a cheese shop.
And while not part of the
Publix building, a liquor store
abuts the main store on the
west side.
L\ c .ything is a little bit
more over the top than most
stores," said Alan Price, dis-
trict manager, who met with
The Pelican to offer a guided
tour of the entire complex.
Customers will have the
convenience of a two-tiered
parking area with elevators on
the top level to simplify cart-
ing groceries.
Facing Atlantic Boulevard
is 9,054 sq. ft. of rental space
available for professional and
retail shops. Already a dry
cleaners and a nail salon have
signed leases.
To the insiders at Publix,
this store is referred to as
Store No. 1053, marking that
same number of stores operat-
ing in Florida and four other
states: Georgia, Tennessee,
Alabama and South Carolina.
The expanded store will
employ over 200 associates,
an increase from the 140 who
worked at the original store.
"That's what it's all about,"
said Ric Green, president/
CEO of the Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce, "the
increased number of jobs.
This is a major corporation
investing in and changing the
landscape of a city. It changes
the look of the city and the
mindset of the citizens," said
Green. "We talk about box
stores. This is an outside-the-
box store."
And during the long
construction period, even the
neighbors on the Boulevard
had no complaints.
Bill Cooper, president of
Adventure Travels, located
next to Publix, called it the
"cornerstone of redevelop-
ment" for the area. "We
looked inside the new store,
and it's absolutely beautiful."
He added that Publix has been
very good about cleaning
off the dust caked onto his
building during construction.
"They've been very, very
cooperative."
Fauerbach says Publix


In the midst of the Great Depression, George Jenkins walked away from the
security of a good job to open the first Publix store in Winter Haven, Fla. This
store set not only a new precedent for cleanliness and beauty, but also the Publix
standard for employee relations. Mr. George, as he was affectionately called by
his associates, established profit-sharing and employee ownership. Gross annual
sales in the early years averaged about $100,000, slowly rising to $120,000 by
1934. Today, Publix is one of the fastest growing employee-owned companies
in the United States. [Photo courtesy of Publix Supermarkets]


--..]nA
Keith Critelli, left, store manager at the soon-to-be-open Publix East Atlantic
Boulevard store, and Alan Price, Publix district manager. Behind these two
Publix leaders is a photograph of George Jenkins, who founded Publix in 1930.
[Photo by Michael d'Oliveira]


could have renovated the previ-
ous building but all the new
features wouldn't have been
possible with a smaller store.
"If you're going to do it, you
might as well do it right. We
needed to really update every-
thing we offered there."
Along with Fauerbach,
Price and the new store's cur-
rent manager, Keith Critelli,
also had humble beginnings
at the company. Price started


as a dockman 30 years ago,
Critelli as a bag boy 33 years
ago; neither thought at the
time Publix would become a
career.
"I started in high school
and then I came out of high
school and they offered me a
full-time position. Then Pub-
lix took over," said Critelli,
who also serves as a Lt. for
the Broward Sheriff's Office,
or BSO, Law Enforcement


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Reserve Unit; a rank he was
promoted to in December last
year. Originally, Critelli was
going to join BSO, but says,
"Publix kept promoting me."
"We start with entry level
positions," said Price, who
worked as store manager of the
original Atlantic Publix from
1989 to 1993. Prior to Pub-
lix, Price worked for another
corporate grocery chain. He
says he thought he wanted out
of the grocery business but soon
realized the problem was mostly
with his former employer. "I
realized a big difference with
the two organizations."
And they're glad they chose
Publix. "We have a very good
retirement package [which also
includes free stock and the op-
tion for employees to purchase
additional shares, vacation pay,
tuition reimbursement, 401(k)
and other benefits]," said Price.
Publix No. 1053 opens as
Florida Department of Trans-
portation works to continue


improvements to Atlantic
Boulevard between A 1 A
and Federal Highway by
widening sidewalks, bury-
ing power lines and recon-
figuring public parking
spaces at the Harbor Village
commercial development.
According to Mayor
Lamar Fisher, the improve-
ments east of the Intra-
coastal are scheduled to be
finished in November and
those west of the Intracoast-
al are due to be finished by
January of 2013.
"It has been and will
be the featured develop-
ment along the corridor of
Atlantic Boulevard," said
Fisher about Publix. "It ac-
complished our goals of not
only having the state-of-the-
art Publix but also the retail
component along Atlantic
Boulevard."
For more information
about Publix, No. 1053,
visit www.Publix.com.


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Garlic Fest


Continued from page 3
where you just show up with
your money, a palooza is
more of a party. We really
want people to come with
dishes . that's what makes
it successful."
Admission is free for up
to two people for those who
bring a dish, appetizer or des-
sert serving six to eight people
or more. Admission is $20
per person for those without a
dish; garlic dishes are pre-
ferred but not required.
"It's been growing ev-
ery year," said Vacca, who
expects between 300 and 400
people to come this year. "It's
definitely getting a good repu-
tation." The first year about
100 people attended.
Resident M.E. DePalma
always brings a dish "loaded
with garlic." This year she's
bringing clove chicken
breasts, same as last. "It went
so fast. It's a recipe I got from
a girl who taught me to do
some fly fishing up in Ten-
nessee," she said. "The garlic
gets real buttery."
DePalma says she loves
the event because it shows
WAWM isn't just about
"fighting for issues but really
getting along and having fun
together. I really applaud
that."
Along with residents, lo-
cal restaurants and the city's
Green Market vendors will
be bringing dishes. Wine,
provided by Wilton Discount
Liquor, and live entertain-
ment will also be part of the
festivities.
Raffle tickets, for prizes
that include Sunday brunch
for two at The Pelican Resort
and a gift certificate from Bar-
ton & Miller Cleaners, will be
on sale. For more, visit www.
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G-Designs
Continued from page 8

of the area. Our staff, in addi-
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pedicures. Brett Colonel is our
receptionist."
Kutun tilts her spiked


style, platinum blond head
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Jean Rosenblatt nodded in
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week for 11 years," she said.
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is practiced in the real world
versus in a training institu-
tion. The factors we must
deal with are not part of their
education. They get no idea
of the realities of medicine
like the costs of tests and the
need to request only what is
necessary.
He went on to say, "In
order to go into medicine,
one must be passionate about
wanting to care for other peo-
ple. There's a minimum of
11 years of education. All of
those years you are spending,
going into debt and earning
nothing. If you're not dedi-
cated why would you do it? It
takes years of actual practice
before a doctor in today' s
world is free of debt and can
begin to support a family and
save a buck. Medicine is not
the field if one is aspiring for
wealth."
Dr. Borges's back-
ground and education
Dr. Borges is a graduate
of LaSalle High School,
Coconut Grove, Florida, The
University of Miami College
of Arts and Science in Coral
Gables, Florida. He earned
his Doctor of Medicine degree
from American University of
the Caribbean Montserrrat,
British West Indies.
He completed his clinical
medicine science core
rotation and elective rotations
for two years at London
Hospital Medical College,
Whitechapel, London,
England. "This where I
got the best educational
experience in my medical
career," he says. "It was
priceless. I had hands on
exposure to every medical
problem there is." He was a
fellow in geriatric medicine,
University of Miami, Jackson
Memorial Hospital for one
year. He did his internship and
residency at East Tennessee
State University, Quillen
College of Medicine. He
speaks English, Spanish
and French, is a member
of the American College of
Physicians and Associate
Fellow of the American
College of International
Physicians.
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28 The Pelican Friday, March 16, 2012


La Festa di San Giuseppe honors their fathers


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Deerfield Beach Joseph's
Italian Pastry Shop has been
a fixture in Deerfield Beach
since 1991 and each year, on
March 19, they celebrate St.
Joseph, husband of St. Mary.
This day, known in Italy as
La Festa di San Giuseppe is a
Christian holiday dedicated to
the saint who was the husband
of the Virgin Mary, who gave
birth to Jesus Christ.
St. Joseph has also now
become synonymous with
fathers. While this is a
recognized, but not public,
holiday throughout Italy,
it's a particularly important
celebration in Italy's southern
regions, including Sicily and
Naples, which is where many
Italian Americans descend
from.
This is Italy's version of
Father's Day and it is also
called Festa del Papa. For
second and third-generation
Italian Americans, it's a day
to remember parents and
grandparents who maintained
the St. Joseph's Day traditions
when they came to the U.S.
and passed the tradition on to
their families.
One of the most significant
of these traditions is to make
and eat a pastry known as
Zeppole di San Giuseppe, or
St. Joseph's Cake, or, more
simply, Zeppole. Zeppole are


made from fried dough, filled
with creamy custard, and
topped with a candied cherry.
Sfinge is another traditional
pastry, also made from fried
dough, but filled with Cannoli
cream. As tradition dictates,
a priest from nearby Saint
Ambrose Catholic Church
will be available throughout
the day to bless customers'
pastries.
St. Joseph's Day holds
additional significance for
Mariano "Joe" Teresi, the
owner of Joseph's Italian
Pastry Shop, because the


shop is named in honor of his
father, who taught him the
traditional baking techniques
he still maintains as a third
generation Italian American
baker.
St. Joseph also happens to
be the patron saint of pastry
chefs.
St. Joseph's Day
Celebration and the blessing
of the baked goods takes
place March 19 from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at Joseph's Italian
Pastry Shop, 788 S. Federal
Highway, Deerfield Beach.
Call 954-571-7747.


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Children's Programs 10:30 am
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Thursday:
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Roman Catholic Church

I ST. COLEMAN
1200 S. Federal Hwy.
ompano 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
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(inside Congregation Etz Chaim)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33305
754-300-1428
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T St. Philip
Episcopal Church
465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rev. Hyvenson Joseph
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 9a.m.


4 CHRIST CHURCH

UNITED METHODIST

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


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4-1at Temple Sholom
A PROGRESSIVE, CONSERVATIVE TEMPLE
Minyon Monday-Friday 8:45 A.M.
Sunday 9 AM.
Sabbath Services Friday 7:30 P.M.
Saturday 9:30 A.M.
132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach
954-942-6410
templesholomflorida.org


The Parish of Sts. Francis and Clare
A progressive community in the Catholic Tradition
where we welcome and appreciate diversity.
dP Ecumenical Catholic Communion
l staffed by Franciscan Friars
Saturday, 5 p.m.; Sundays, 10:30 a.m.
5 and Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
954-731-8173
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101 NE 3 St., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
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ST. ELI7ABETII
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CHLIRCH
Sat. Evening Vigil: 4:.31i rn i F ne. i R :.M1 i jjn
Sun. Mass Schedule: 7:00 am (Creole) 9am (Eng)
10:30 am (Eng). 12:00 (Creole)
Weekdays: Monday Saturday 8:00 anm
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 5:30 pm (Eng. only)
Monday & Wednesday 7:00 pm (Creole)
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace
Pompano Beach
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Cruisers


Continued from page 1
visible procession down 1-95.
Snell said the exact route
is not known until the day of
the ride. With the miles under
their saddle bags, the 500 or
so riders will return to Quiet
Waters Park for a light lunch,
education about the founda-
tion and newest information
about the disease, and social-
izing. "The best part is meet-
ing the kids who are survi-
vors. Some of them ride with
us. We've seen a few who are
now in college," Snell said.
The Southern Cruisers ride
in a lot of charity events, Snell
said, but her Fort Lauderdale
Chapter is especially "hooked
on" this one. It is a big under-
taking for a club that has only
30 active members, largely
family folk between the ages
of 30 and 50 who take short,
scenic rides on Saturdays and
Sunday with breakfast or
lunch destinations. But Snell
said, "We love to ride, and
we love to help. This ride was
made for us."
LHP Police Department
Officer Laura Tyler is a Cruis-
ers member and will be riding
her Yamaha 1300 V-Star in
the Ride for Kids. "I raise
money for children's charities
all the time," Officer Tyler
said. "It's my pay it forward."
She is also an organizer of
the Fallen Officer Ride this
Saturday, March 17, which
commemorates murdered
Broward Sheriff's Office,
or BSO, Sgt. Chris Reyka.
This is the fifth year of the


Annie Snell [EnglishAnnie], Marty Fabiano, Steffie Bobb, and Terry Fitzgerald
[Ms Fitz], all Southern Cruisers, take donations outside the Publix Supermarket
at the Shoppes of Beacon Light for the "Ride for Kids" charity event on April


15.
week-long tribute ride which
stops at cities across the state
where policemen and firemen
have been lost in the line of
duty. The ride starts in Davie
and this year makes a stop at
Pompano Beach Fire Rescue
where firefighter Bill Elliott
lost his life two months ago.
Helping her with this ride is
Pompano Beach BSO Deputy
Brian Donnelly.
Nationwide, the Ride for
Kids raised $4.5 million for
the Pediatric Brain Tumor
Foundation last year. This
non-profit is dedicated to


eradicating childhood brain
tumors, providing family
support and awarding college
scholarships to survivors.
The April 15 ride is the
next one on the national
schedule. Registration begins
at 8 a.m. at Quiet Waters
Park, 401 S. Powerline Road,
rain or shine. Cost to ride is
$35.
Says Snell, "If you have
the ability and/or the resourc-
es to help out someone who
needs it, then what are you
waiting for?"


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Sightings
Continued from page 17
Clinton has worked
through economic booms
and busts, Disneyfication
and Walmartization, gay
movements and gay markets,
lesbian chic and queer
eyes and eight presidential
inaugurals. She still believes
that humor gets us through
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Playhouse, 707 NE 8 St.,
Fort Lauderdale. Tickets
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"They are not your father's
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thill ill, kilt-and-tutu
wearing performers." Visit
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group of musical performers,
will be showcasing their
original act of classic jazz,
mambo, lush ballads, cha-
cha-cha, bebop, madcap
See SIGHTINGS on page 35


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Classifieds


HELP WANTED

BAIT & TACKLE CLERK
- PART TIME 1 OR 2 DAYS PER
WEEK Retired OK. Pompano
Beach. Call 954-946-1307 3-16

PT OR FT YOUR CHOICE
- Be An AVON Independent
Sales Representative AND
YOUR OwnBoss. $10To Start!
Call 954-729-0750. 4-6

LOCAL PEST CONTROL CO
Looking For Quality Sales/Service
Tech. Must Be Dependable, Team
Player, Good Drivers License &
People Skills. Will Train Right
Person. ALSO Office Assistant
- Computer People & Phone
Skills Needed. Fax Resume 954-
418-3982. 4-6


SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT

LPN AT CNA PRICES Will
GiveTenderCareToYourLoved
Ones. Live Out- BrowardArea
Only. Dependable & Honest.
References Available. Your
Car Or Mine For Shopping &
Appts. 954-895-7850. (15 Yrs.
Exp.) 3-16

HHA CERTIFIED -
Experienced Caring Mature
Person Seeks FT Position
In Boca Or Delray Beach
Area Drives. Good Recent
References. 561-271-3129.
3-16


SERVICES

DANNY BOY ELECTRIC
Lic & Insured. Lic.
#EC13004811. No Job Too
Small Free Estimates. 24/Hr
Service. 954-290-1443. Beat
Any Written Estimate. Sr,
Discount. 4-6

HANDYMAN PAINTING
CARPENTRY Pressure
Cleaning. Decks! Everything
Around The House. No Job
Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
561-350-3781. 3-16

MOORE PLUMBING -
PLUMBING SERVICES-Big
Jobs- Small Jobs. We Do ItAll
Remodeling & Repairs. Lic. &
Insured. C.C. Accepted. Call
954-772-4600. 3-30

HONEST HANDYMAN
HOME & BUILDING
Maintenance/Improvements.
NoJobTooSmall. FastFriendly
Service. Reasonable Rates.
Local Resident/Homeowner.
Call Today For Your FREE
Upfront Quote. No Deposit
Required. 754-366-1915. 3-
16


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

GOT JUNK? DUMP TRUCK
- CLEANUP Trees/
Landscape, Yard Fill. Paint/
Pressure Wash/ Roofs/Home
Repairs Welding, Etc. Dave
954-818-9538. 4-6


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES



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defroster control saves energy in
home refrigerators, commercial
chillers. Patented. All optical.
Simple mfg. Strategic partners
needed..www.NewAvionics.Com.
954-568-1991. C


MUSICIANS
WANTED

The American Legion Symphonic
Band is now accepting newmembers
for the 2011-2012 season. College
age to "seasoned seniors" are
welcome. Rehearsals are held
on Wed. evenings at American
Legion Post 142 in Pompano.
Percussionists, euphonium and
clarinet players are especially
needed. If you enjoy "making
music," call Jim McGonigal,
Music Director at 954-647-0700
for more info


DEEP WATER
VILLA DOCK

POMPANO BEACH 2/2 1700
SQ FT. Screened Fla Room.
Private Yard. W/D. 4 Park.
No Fixed Bridges. Community
Pool. Deeded Dock.. 2 Blocks
Beach. $285,000. Coldwell
Banker Barbara Call 954-
629-1324. 3-16


OUT OF AREA

MARION N.C. 2 Homes
- 4 Miles Below Blue Ridge
Parkway. Creek Picnic Area
&Shelter. Black Walnut Trees.
Older Livable Homes Sold As
Is 6 Rooms 1 Bath. Heat
- Pump & Air. 4 Rooms &
Bath $97,500 CASH BUYS
BOTH Will NOT Separate!
828-756-7393. 4-16


HOMES FOR
RENT

POMPANO 2/2 Cottage Style
House. Large Yard With Fish Pond.
$1100 Month Company Bills For
Electric & Water. 541 NE 34 St.
Darci 954-783-3723. 3-23

LIGHTHOUSE POINT
Spacious 2/2 Furn. + Library /
Office. BreakfastBar WithDen
Off Kitchen. Large Covered
Patio, Pool, Many Amenities.
954-818-2388. 3-16





CO-OP SALES

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 On
Water, Dockage Available At
Your Door. $59,500. Coldwell
Banker Barbara 954-629-
1324. 3-16


REAL ESTATE
WANTED

I BUY HOUSES!! CASH!!
AS IS! QUICK CLOSE! ANY
AREA ANY CONDITION!
NO EQUITY OK. CALL
NOW 954-914-2355. 4-20


VACATION
RENTAL

MILFORD, PAFURNISHED
SMALL Very Private Country
Cottage -1 / 1, Stone Fireplace,
Hardwood Floors. Walk To
Pristine Swimnming & Boating
Lake. Seasonal By The Month
$1,000. Call Audrey 570-246-
9240 Cell Or E-mail Audrey@
chantre.com. 3-23


CONDOS FOR
SALE

POMPANO PALM -AIRE 2/2
1 Floor. OnGolfCourse. Newly
Remodeled. All Appliances
- Storage Area. Pool & Other
Amenities. $89,900. Owner
413-244-2807. 3-16

DEERFIELD BEACH 2/2
Completely Redone. Granite
Kitchen, New Cabinets. S.S.
Appliances. 20" Porcelain Tile
Floors. Travistine Stone Baths.
Freshly Painted. 1st Floor. Less
ThanAMile To Beach. $84,900.
Call 631-873-8715. 4-6

LAUDERDALE BY THE
SEA Furnished 1/1.5 Condo
- $115,000. HeatedPool Ocean
Access. On Canal. 1481 S
Ocean Blvd. Apt 228. Call 586-
549-5223. 3-30


CONDOS FOR
RENT

DEERFIELD BEACH 2/2
CONDO Corner Unit, Pool.
$800 $825. Good Credit
Required. No Pets Or Realtors.
631-885-3342. 3-16


LAUDERDALE BY THE SEA
- Across From Beach Near
Assumption Catholic Church.
1 Bedroom Den 2 Bath
- CHA, Pool, W/D In Unit.
$1175 Per Month Yearly 1st
- Last- Security. No Pets No
Smoking. 954-942-5642. 3-16

LAUDERDALEBY THE SEA
- Furnished 2/2 Pool Near
Beach Shops & Restaurants.
Enjoy BEACH Living For 6- 8
Months $875Month. 413-244-
2807. 3-16

POMPANO BEACH 1 / 1.5
At Sea Haven Immaculate
Condition. Fully Furnished /
Leather.. Magnificent Rec &
PoolFacilities-OnWaterfront.
$950 Month. 954-913-7383.
3-16


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. 4-6

POMPANO 1/1 & 2/1 E
OF FEDERAL Tiled. 10'
Overhang. WalkToEverything.
Park At Your Door. 954-254-
6325. 3-16

POMPANO BEACH 2/2
Furnished. Large Efficiency
WithKitchen. Fully Furnished.
Cable, Internet. Pool, Laundry.
500' To The Beach. Weekly
- Monthly Yearly. 954-294-
8483 Or 248-736-1533. 3-16

POMPANO GARDENS- $795
- 1/1 $200 Deposit. Nice Area.
Minutes To Beach. Pet OK.
Please Call 954-515-2554.
3-16


POMPANO BEACH CLUB
NORTH 1/1 Unfurnished 5th
Floor $1,200 Month Annual
Oceanview, Indoor Parking,
24 Hour Security. Done Deal
Realty. E. Robbins. 954-344-
0709. 3-16

POMPANO GARDENS $795
- 1/1 $500 Deposit. Nice Area
- Minutes To Beach Pet OK.
Please Call 954-515-2554.
3-16

POMPANO BEACH 1/1 SW.
C/A $750 2/1 $925 NE 2/1
$950- Townhouse 2/1.5 $1095.
ALL FREE WATER. Rent +
$70ApplicationMoves-U-In.
954-781-6299. 3-23

POMPANOMCNABRD&NE
18 AVENUE -1 & 2 Bedrooms
Furnished/Unfurnished. $695
- $950 And Up. Pool, Tile
Floors. Central A/C. 954-610-
2327. 3-16

POMPANO BEACH 1 & 2
Bedroom From $495. Easy Move-
in. 1/20FFDEPOSIT. Remodeled.
Great Location. 954-783-1088 For
More Info. 5-11

LUXURY BEACH PADS
FOR RENT! Pompano Grand
Opening: FREE 32"FlatScreen
HDTV! Newly Renovated
in 2012 One Bedrooms &
Studio Apts., 75 Yards From
Private Beach Access, Eastern
Exposure. New Kitchens &
Baths, Granite Counter Tops,
Central Air, Pool, Laundry,
Dedicated Parking, Near Pier
& Downtown. All Bills Paid!
Includes Water, Electric,
Premium Cable T VAndWIFI.
Furnished Or Unfurnished.
Short Or Long Stays. No
Utility Deposits. Small Pets
Welcome. Only 9x, 8x, 7 Left!
Pax Properties 888-729-4948
Or 954-603-8857. Photos At
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Classifieds


COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT-SALE
POMPANO COMMERCIAL
OFFICE Spaces Available.
Ranging FromAs Low As $500
To $700 Depending On Square
Footage. Please Call Darci At
954-783-3723. 3-23

DEERFIELD BEACH -Retail
Office Warehouse 700 Sq Ft
With Loft. A/C, Bathroom.
$575Per Month. CalForMore
Info 561-654-1331 Or 561-998-
5681. 4-6


GARAGE SALES
EVERYTHING SALE &
SILENT AUCTION Temple
Sholom Sunday March
18 9am Noon. 132 SE 11
Avenue Pompano Beach. Knick
Knacks Household Items &
Much More. 3-16


FURNITURE
ESTATE SALE Living
Room Furniture. Rectangular
Glass Dining Table With 4
UpholsteredHighBackChairs.
Queen Bed With 4 Post /
Headboard Box Spring &
Mattress- Glass Night Stands /
Lamps -Double Dresser Club
Chair. Kitchen Dishes -
Glassware SmallAppliances.
Many Household Items. Fri &
Sat 9am-2pm. 954-415-9730.
Hillsboro Cove Condo 1537
E Hillsboro Blvd. Apt 142
(Eastport). 3-16

BEDSETS-King$180-Queen
$130 Full $110 Twin $90. 5
Pc. Bedroom Set $399. Frames
$39. 954-465-6498. 4-6


WROUGHT IRON
FURNITURE 36" Round
Table 5 Cushioned Chairs -1
CushionedLounge Chair. $300.
Boca 561-483-4724. 3-16



DOCK FOR RENT
60 FT DOCK THE COVE
MARINA 50 AMP / H20
Included. $1,200 Month -
Price Negotiable Depending
On Boat Size. Restaurant &
Fuel On Premises. 954-914-
0053. a.j.barsotti@ comcast.
net. 3-30

POMPANO BEACH DOCK
- Wide Canal. No Wake Area!
Whips. Quiet Canal Call For
Information 954-946-3301.
3-23


PIANO LESSONS
PIANO LESSONS AT YOUR
HOME-Classical-Pop-Jazz.
30 Years In Northeast Area.
Call 954-938-3194. 4-6



MISCELLANEOUS
NICE OLD THINGS
WANTED -Watches, Fountain
pens, Gold & Silver Jewelry,
Sterling Silverware, World
War II Memorabilia, Musical
Instruments. Call Dirk 954-
709-0191. 3-16

OLD NAUTICAL STUFF
WANTED By Collector.
Sextants, Officers Watches,
Captain Clocks, Compasses,
etc. Marine / Submarine. Dirk
954-709-0191. 3-16


OLD OMEGA & JAEGER
& LeCOULTRE Watches
& Clocks Every Kind &
Condition Wanted. Call Dirk
954-709-0191. 3-16

BABY GRAND PIANO -
Cherry Wood Like New!!
$3,500. 561-381-0361 -Delray
Beach. 3-16


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The wind can drive in some big catches


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You won't have to travel
very far offshore to fill your
box with some nice fish this
weekend.
The wind has been blowing
out of the east for quite some
time, which makes the fishing
very good on the reef just
outside the inlets. Wind is not
always a bad thing. It pushes
the fish closer to shore which
makes it easier on the smaller
boats.
One boat crew out of the
Hillsboro Inlet reported that
they caught 10 nice dolphin
fish in 150-feet of water. The
boat was live bait fishing and


also managed to catch two big
kings in the 20-lb. range.
There have also been a few
cobias caught on the inshore
wrecks. Sailfish and wahoo
fishing has been slow lately,
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Continued from page 18
Late Night, named after
former NBA star Scottie
Pippen, one of the club's
owners.The social side of
Carolina Club is managed
by Phyllis Taylor, director
of catering. There is even a
special bridal suite for the
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dominated by a full-length
mirror and soft lighting that
is attached to an equally
luxurious powder room.
Guests receive their table
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waterways, in addition to the
spectacular staircase, which
is perfect for bridal parties,
families, of all of the guests.
For brides who want the
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flowers, specialty linens
and decorations, a DJ,
photographer, open bar,
cocktail hour, wedding cake,
champagne toast and even,
if necessary, someone to
perform the ceremony.
"We think this is a more
economical and relaxed way
to have a wedding," Taylor
said.
The club is also a popular
spot for Bar and Bat
Mitzvahs, Quince and Sweet
16 parties, reunions, corporate
and school functions.
The club hosts four special
events a year in the ballroom:
Easter and Mother's Day
Grand Buffets, Thanksgiving
Grand Buffet and a New
Year's Eve party. Reservations
are being taken now for Easter
and Mother's Day.
The extensive menus
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prime rib, roasted turkey,
herb crusted salmon, omelets,
eggs Benedict, cheeses,
seasonal fruits, assorted
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breakfast breads and dozens
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McDivot's also has an
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and its signature Macadamia
encrusted chicken.
The pro shop featuring
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and ladies. It it is rated among
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Pompano Beach Indians beat Cardinals 13 to 11 for first win of the season


By Michael d'Oliveira
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach After
jumping out to an early lead
against the Cardinals Saturday
at Kester Park, the Indians
held on to get their first win of
the year.
The Indians, now with 1
win and 3 losses, beat the
Cardinals, now 1 and 2, 13 to
11.
Thanks to solid fielding and
a strikeout by Indians' pitcher
Gabe Pirir, the Cardinals' first
three batters were out before


getting on base. After holding
their opponents to zero runs,
the Indians took the lead in
the first when Trevor Kemp
stole home and Kenneth
Morgan scored from third
base after Pirir was tagged out
at first.
The Indians' first run
came in the second after
Alex DeMarco hit a double
to right field and later stole
third base and home. But the
Indians held them to just one
with more solid fielding and
another strikeout by Pirir. The
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five more runs before the end
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Cardinals scored two more off
of stolen bases but the Indians
answered back with five more
runs of their own, including
two inside-the-park-home
runs by Kemp and Kraus.
The only inning the Indians
were outscored was the fifth
where the Cardinals pulled


to within two runs of tying
the game. But despite an
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that knocked in two runs,
the Cardinals hopes for a
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strikeout early in the inning

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SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Lighthouse Point Chamber
members recently gathered
at Norcrest Elementary
School in Pompano Beach
for a breakfast social on
March 2. During the event,
the school recognized the
chamber as its business
partner of the month.
As part of the school's
partner program, the
chamber has regularly
donated funds and sponsored
multiple classrooms and
other activities at the school.
Businesses are encouraged
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Breakfast was provided
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Fifth grade teacher and Student
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Greene of State Farm and Jack
Krutek who helped create the
school's sensory garden where the
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The event was sponsored
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Lucille Pignataro, Bank United,
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by Kraus, pitching at the time,
and later a double play.
Kemp, the third pitcher used
by the Indians in the inning,
made the double play after
catching a ball hit straight at
him and throwing it to third
base where the runner was
tagged out.
Mike Carlson, head coach
of the Cardinals, said his team


Sightings
Continued from page 19
swing and a few off-the-
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60's and 70's from 7:30 to
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gave up too much in the first
few innings "but that's part of
the game."
Ken Morgan, the Indians
assistant coach, said his
team pitched and hit well
but "we've got to play a full
five innings," referring to the
rally they gave up in the last
inning.
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