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IT’S ALL ABOUT EDUCATION Despite many obstacles, teachers continue to make a difference in the classroom As 72 5th graders from Hallandale Elementary School made their way in the rain to the IHOP on Hallandale Beach Blvd. and N.W. 10th Terr., last Wednesday morning, many drivers, stopped by the local police as the students cro–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BLUSTEIN, Page 5A

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Larry Blustein While the fifth graders from Hallandale Elementary School enjoyed a well deserved breakfast for scoring high marks on the recent FCAT test, Principal Sharon Ludwig made sure that the teachers shared in the spotlight, which they helped to create with year-round instruction and devotion to the profession.

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If you are 65 or older I am sure you have been told, aches and pains are just part of growing old, you need to slow down and take it easy now. After meeting Dr. Mohsin Jaffer, I no longer believe that. He says “We are the Captains of our ships (our bodies) and doctors are the first mates. We have the power to live quality, healthy lives in most instances if we take charge of our bodies and minds.” Dr. Jaffer and his Jaffer Medical Group are specialists in geriatric health care and believe in personalized health care for seniors with an emphasis on preventive care. The median life span for a man is 76 and a is 80. Why is that? Dr. Jaffer points out “Once men retire, they tend to sit back and take it easy and that’s the worst thing they can do. Men put off going to the doctor until something hurts. Sometimes that’s too late. It’s better to ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JAFFER, Page 3C

HALLANDALE BEACH Hallandale Beach will Celebrate America’s 236th birthday with a free party from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 30, at South Beach Park. The birthday party is held annually on the Saturday before the Fourth of July. Page 2D.

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LEFT: Variety is the spice of life, and variety is what we offer. Our activities and social program is designed to blend the different interests of all our residents and develop camaraderie between our residents, families and staff. RIGHT: The individual rooms are completely furnished, including television and telephone. The bathrooms are all substantially in compliance with ADA and feature the latest in design for "roll-in" showers. ing our residents. Our staff-to-resident ratio exceeds any other facility of its type. Shared room rates starts at $1,495.00 per month, and includes all amenities. Private suites start at $1,995.00 per month. "Having funds is always a challenge, we provide assistance with funding programs such as Long Term Care Diversion Program and the Veteran's Administration, based upon eligibility."

Coolidge From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––– security and loving care. We treat each of our residents as individuals who are entitled to respect, time and attention. We offer an exclusive and secured environment tailored to each individual, with amenities such as a botanical garden with exterior seating, spalike restrooms, grand piano lobby, library fully equipped with a resident computer and billiard pool room. Coolidge Palms has exceeded expectations in fulfilling an ever growing need to keep seniors out of nursing homes by providing high levels of assistance with activities of daily life in a beautiful home-like environment. While most assisted living facilities have a policy requiring residents to be independent in their activities of daily living, Coolidge Palms accepts residents who are low functioning and requiring maximum assistance with activities of daily living. Activities of daily living include: bathing, dressing, grooming, ambulation, continence, eating, as well as dementia. Coolidge Palms is equipped with the most state-of-the-art equipment and systems. The kitchen is designed, built and equipped to include the latest industrial grade convection ovens, steam tables, heating lamps, ice making machines and more. The facility has a 24-hour emergency response system with nurse call devices located at each bed and in each bathroom. The building has an integrated fire protection system to include fire sprinklers and early warning features, monitored 24 hours each day by a central monitoring station. The individual rooms are completely furnished, including television and telephone. The bathrooms are all substantially in compliance with ADA and feature the latest in design for "roll-in" showers. At Coolidge Palms, it doesn't take long for you to feel like you are at a resort. Our residents are surrounded by those who truly care. Living here be-

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Thursday, June 28 • Morning Speed Biz, Bank United - 501 Golden Isles Drive, Hallandale Beach. 7:30 am-9:00 am. Free to Chamber members. $5.00 Future Members. Chamber Office 954-454-0541 or Gerard 954-292-

Tuesday, July 10 • Heroes at Home: “Doing For Those Who Did For Us”, a Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce forum for veterans providing information about job training programs, affordable housing and

Sunday, July 1 • The South Florida Bluegrass Association proudly presents our All-American Bluegrass Show and Jam at Greynolds Park in North Miami Beach at 12:30 pm. Come bring your lawn chair and enjoy the afternoon with America's own music.  Parking is $6; the show is FREE. Food and drink will be available. For more info. call (305) 358-1800.

bank loans, medical outreach and assistance through the offices of Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Senator Marco Rubio. The Hallandale Beach Community Cultural Center 410 Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. For information, please contact our office at 954454-0541. Thursday, July 12 Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce Business Network Exchange Art & Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St., Hollywood. 5:30pm-7:00 pm. $5.00 members; $10.00 future members. • American Legion Post 304: The Happy Post!! 41 Northeast 1st Court, Dania Beach. Karoake Thursday nights, 7 p.m. -11 p.m., live music Friday nights, 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.. Call: (954) 921-7532 for more info.

Blustein From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––– ssed the road, watched and wondered. If many of those drivers knew that those young men and women walking the mile from the school to eat breakfast could one day be their doctor, lawyer or community difference maker, they would have applauded how many sacrifices have been for the first five years of their education. These students, who annually sit down to a delicious breakfast, courtesy of the IHOP, are doing so as a reward for achieving high marks in the much-talked about FCAT, which includes science, math and reading. Leading the way, as they do every year, are the core of teachers who have weathered political and financial storms to do what they love to do teach! I can never say it enough how much re-

spect I have for teachers. The profession is so overlooked and underfunded, it is sickening. This year was very special for me as I was invited to the FCAT pep rally, which was held for the fourth graders a few months back, and as classy Principal Sharon Ludwig has always done, she made me feel as part of their impressive family. That event was impressive - to say the least. It was all about education and motivation, which in this day and age, is tough to find. Hallandale Elementary,

under the direction of Ludwig, has set standards. She has been able to develop a system of learning that attracts great students for the year-round school. The teachers were also picked for the same reasons. "Look around you and you see teachers who have continued to be under the dark cloud of pay cuts, performance and so many other handicaps," Ludwig pointed out. "While these young men and women did so well on the FCAT, it was the teachers who did

what they were trained to do." Indeed, I go over this again and again every year, feeling that even in the worst economy, how can the infrastructure of any city be compromised? Fire, police and education should never, ever be touched. Those are a group that make the tougher times better, and will maintain a standard during the recession. To illustrate how impressive this program is, all you have to do is look at the 18,885 students who tested - 58 of them - were

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perfect county-wide. Seven of those 58 students attend Hallandale Elementary School. Is that not the most impressive thing you've ever heard? That's why Ludwig wants to scream when she thinks of the many handicaps her teachers continue to work under and still - this news that her school not only had 72 5th graders who achieved a Level 4, but also that seven of her students tested perfect. Even Ludwig finds it's getting tougher and tougher to keep those

standards with everything going on in Broward County. This is someone who has been on the frontline of education, admired for what she has implemented, but for some strange reason, things are just as tough on her school as any other. I could go on all day about how Broward County has taken for granted this gem here in Hallandale Beach, but I also want to take time out to talk about what the International House of Pancakes does for the City of Hallandale Beach. This community business has been recognized for what it gives back, and what it gives back are lasting memories. "Cannot thank Mr. Clark and the great people who make us all feel special," Ludwig said. "The reward for the people here at IHOP is to be a part of such an outstanding achievement."

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'AROUND THE CITY OF CHOICE' Commission approves the Beachwalk Hotel/Condo project HALLANDALE BEACH - On Wednesday June 20th Hallandale Beach Commission approved the Beachwalk Hotel/Condo project. This project involved 4 separate votes but needed all four to move forward. The designation of Planned Development overlay District PDD was approved on 5-0. This is a development process that allows for variances to the City codes. It is similar to the variance process. However, it combines all requested changes as an entire project. When combined with the vacation of old 26th Avenue and approval of providing 84 residential flex units, the PDD allowed for the creation of the project. The final agreements on flex units and the development agreement passed on 3-2 with Cooper Sanders and Ross voting in the affirmative. The no votes, as suggested, were against the developer’s contributions which ended up totaling 3.60 million dollars. One Commissioner asked for an additional 1.0 for Diana Drive improvements and Commission Lewy asked for 250,000 more for Diana Drive. The 250,000 dollar contribution included in the agreement was based on the city’s proposed plan for Diana. The concessions from Related included 2.5 for

Mayor Joy Cooper North Beach Park construction, 325,000 in transportation mitigation, 250,000 for Diana Drive improvements, 300,000 for affordable housing and 200,000 for park maintenance. These contributions are over and above traditional impacts for the development that include water, sewer and permitting and inspection fees that will exceed 6.0 million dollars. The project will generate over 600,000 annually in fees and taxes. As noted during the public hearing the CRA Board of Directors just voted 5-0 to approve an incentive pool of 1,500,000 west of Federal Highway for the same type of developments. The main debate over the project was over parking and the impacts to Diana Drive. Since the proposal for Hotel Condo is new to our City, the DA includes a parking monitoring system and Valet Code of Conduct. The parking is

100% valet with tandem spots allowed. At any time the valet exceeds the volume, they must make a corrective measure for a list provided within 10 days. If they do not correct the problem the City has the right to require that hotel units be locked out. The developer must comply monthly with a report or will be fined 5,000 dollars. After the fifth year the reports will be made quarterly for an additional five years. The developer will also be required to provide a 6,000 contribution if the City decides to implement a residential parking sticker program. The developer is also adding a shuttle service. The project will generate 150 construction jobs and 70 permanent jobs. There was an agreement reached that a minimum 26 of the jobs will be Hallandale Beach residents. In the event this goal is not met the developer must contribute 1,000 per position towards a City approved job training course. They will also be conducting a preconstruction meeting to engage our local contractors and subcontractors. In addition to the DA, a term agreement was entered into for the right to run the beach concession for a 30 year term and with 15 year reopened. This agree-

ment will provide a shared revue agreement that will generate revenue for our city. The City receives approximately 30,000 annually from the current operator. A minimum of 60,000 is guaranteed annually to a maximum of 2.5% of gross receipts for the first 5 years and then an increase in year 6-11 to 7,000 with 3.5% GR. If the operator fails to report revenues accurately there will be an increase by .5% to the payments and the minimum annual payment will increase by 2,500. The North Beach facility will have 40 spots set aside for residents only clearly delineated during the day and for North Beach facility rentals. CRA NEWS The Board of Directors adopted a tentative budget on Monday June 18th. The BOD failed to adopt the recommended salary increase for the Executive Director Alvin Jackson of over 20,000 and his contract. I was very concerned, as well as my other board members, that Executive Director Jackson had suggested the increase as well as promoted a Staff member to a newly created Assistant Director position including a 23,000 raise without the approval of the BOD. Other changes included

the creation of a Financial Director position and an across the board increase for the two other existing positions. All Staff raises and changes were put on hold until August when the board reconvenes. This action was passed on 5-0. The City Commission adopted the tentative millage rates for Golden Isles Safe Neighborhood District at 1.200 which is higher then last year’s rate of 1.0934. The Advisory Board has recommended the district provide a roving guard that will increase security in the area. This passed on a 4-1 vote. There was also an item to review the cost allocation to the district for management services provided by the City. The annual rate will be 7% of the budget with the rest of services charged on an as needed basis. The Three Island District millage was keeping the same as previous year .6600. The TISND operations cost allocation will also be treated the same. The tentative millage rate for the city was adopted at 5.900 on a 3-2 vote. This is the same as the past 5 years. The adopted rate came with a with a challenge to the new City Manager to see if more cost saving measures could be put in place to get to the roll back rate

of 5.6821. The 5.900 does provide for 698,000 of additional revenue due to property value increases over last year. However, the Commission had reached a consensus over a recommended budget that does provide for an increase in the level of services. We have discussed over the past 5 months to increase staffing levels for the first time in 4 years during this budget. The staffing will be for fire inspection services and City maintenance of our roadways and parks. Funds were also budgeted for the replacement of the main fire station; much needed vehicle replacements and the welcomed replacement of our city’s computer systems. The rate was adopted on 3-2 with Lewy Ross and Cooper voting yes. The two no’s did not suggest any budget cuts or changes to items we have previously discussed. WISHING EVERYONE A HAPPY, HEALTHY & SAFE 4th OF JULY. GOD BLESS AMERICA! Please feel free to contact me at anytime with your questions and concerns. I can be reached at 954-4571318, cell/text 954632-5700 or contact me at www.MayorJoyCooper.com


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Beatle Ringo Starr on the road again with his All Starr Band and original music at the Hard Rock Live Ringo Starr’s music, as both Beatle and soloist is completely filled with his warmth, humor and exceptional talent as a musician. He is known for such songs we all remember as: “You’re Sixteen Beautiful And You’re Mine,” “Never Without You,” “It Don’t Come Easy,” “ Photograph,” “ With A Little Help From My Friends,” “Don’t Pass Me By,” “Never Without You,” and much more. Since the beginning of his career with The Beatles, in the 1960s, Ringo has been one of the world’s brightest musical songwriters, drummers, singers and actors. His music includes the classics, blues, country, Rock N’ Roll, honkey-tonk and soul. Ringo still plays an important role in music with his recordings and his many tours. In 1973, Starr released his first titled smash hit “Ringo,” which contained three top Ten singles, including the number one hits “Down and Out,” and “ Devil Woman.” In the1990's, Starr released some of the best music of his career and found constant success as a live act accompanied by his All Starr Band consisting of Richard Page, Todd Rungren, Mark Rivera, Gregg Bissonette, Steve Lukather and Gregg Rolie. What’s most interesting about Ringo Starr is the person he is. The man has a big heart, humor and wisdom. His transformation from being a prominent Beatle to such a successful solo artist is

Eleanor Hannan one of the greatest stories ever told. Now see him on stage at the Hard Rock Live on June 30, 2012 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $44 to $104 purchased in person only at the box office, located on State Road 7 (US 441) in Hollywood. For information, call: (954) 797-327-ROCK. Or: (800) 937-0010.  PUT ON YOUR DANCING SHOES AND LET”S PARTY AT THE ARSHT CENTER WITH THE SMASH HIT “THE DONKEY SHOW”: The Adrienne Arsht Center announces the arrival of the renowned hit “The Donkey Show,” a spectacular phenomenon that blends a crazy circus of disco music

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Fort Lauderdale. Discounts are available for 10 or more. For information, call: (954) 462-0222. May be seen at the Aventura Center located at 3385 Northeast 188th Street, Aventura on July 19th,

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SPOTLIGHT ON HOLLYWOOD Hollywood still offers so much for everyone in the summer Dear Neighbors, When I was a kid growing up in Hollywood, I looked forward to summer vacation with great anticipation. My childhood memories of Hollywood are still fresh in my mind, and the summer was always a glorious time. Downtown is awesome for kids in the summer. Having spearheaded a freeparking initiative downtown, spending time in our city center is more enjoyable than ever before. The positive feedback from the community about free downtown parking has been tremendous. The “hassle factor” in coming downtown has diminished, making kids and adults even more wild about events like “Funtastic Fridays” in the Artspark. With lots of fun filled games and activities for kids from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., every Friday, parents can come and spend quality time this summer with their kids in

Mayor Peter Bober Hollywood’s downtown. Afterward, they can catch a concert in the park’s amphitheater. You may recall my goal of trying to make live music a centerpiece in the downtown. Well, although more work still remains, this initiative has yielded free public concerts in the Artspark Amphitheater every Friday and Saturday night from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Thus, this summer have dinner at one of Hollywood’s downtown eateries, bring a blanket and watch a show with the kids—it’s all

good! Also open daily this summer will be the interactive children’s play area with splash pad as well as the Visual Arts Building with ongoing art exhibits. Each week choose from a variety of twenty-eight different classes—from instructional dance to martial arts and to enriching experiences like Mommy and Me. A downtown event that has been a real hit with kids is Food Truck Mondays (5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.) which features dozens of food trucks offering any food or dessert you could possibly imagine. This event is truly a night for families. What you’ll see this summer throughout the Artspark is blankets, baby strollers, families, Frisbees, music and lots more. This creative event has become a proven way to get flocks of people downtown on what was once considered an “off” night.

Winn-Dixie is pleased to announce a new full-service pet-prescription program Health care costs, including pet medications, are one of the largest expenses incurred by pet owners, following only food costs, according to The American Pet Products Association. Yet in most cases pet pharmaceuticals can only be filled through veterinarians, or online and 800-services. WinnDixie is pleased to announce a new full-service pet-prescription program in all of its pharmacies, making the care of pets more accessible, simple and often less expensive for pet owners. “For most, a pet is truly part of the family, and caring for their health is top of mind,” said John Fegan, pharmacy vice president for Winn-Dixie. “With our new pet prescription service, combined with our robust offerings of pet food and supplies, pet owners can buy everything they need in one convenient neighborhood location.” Through a unique partnership with Center Pet Pharmacies, all Winn-Dixie pharmacies can now accept and fill ALL pet medications currently available in the market. Prescriptions are available for Winn-Dixie pharmacy fulfillment by dropping them off or having them called in by a veterinarian. Most crossover prescriptions — human generics also used for pets — are filled in the same day, and special compounds typically only within 24 – 48 hours. Pet prescriptions fulfilled by Winn-Dixie will also include personalized instructions similar to when human prescriptions are filled and delivered. There is nothing more challenging than administering terrible-tasting oral medications to pets. Winn-Dixie now offers an innovative solution to this longtime problem. Many pet medications can be compounded with special flavors…like bacon flavoring…to make it more appealing to pets and much easier to administer. “Anyone with a pet has attempted to mask medication by smearing peanut butter, hiding a pill in a doggie treat, or sneaking it in their food, but our furry friends are usually smarter than that,” said Fegan. “The flavoring program makes administering easier, and more important, ensures pets are adhering to their medication and getting the treatment they need.” About Winn-Dixie Pharmacy From preventive health screenings to medication counseling, immunizations and more, Winn-Dixie pharmacists provide vital wellness services that stretch far beyond filling prescriptions. Winn-Dixie pharmacies were named a J.D. Power 2011 Customer Service Champion. Winn-Dixie employs a central prescription record system that links all of its pharmacies, making customer prescription records available at any location and accessible by computer through ePharmacy; by smartphone with the FREE Winn-Dixie Rx App; or by cell phone via Winn-Dixie Mobile Services.

The Hollywood Beach Theatre at Johnson Street and the Broadwalk is also a great music venue and a great kid-friendly destination. With free concerts scheduled five nights a week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings) from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., there is more to Hollywood Beach than just sand. And, of course, what would being a kid in Hollywood be without enjoying a stroll, jog or bike ride along the 2.5 mile Broadwalk? Walking just a few blocks to the north to Garfield Street, kids go nuts for the interactive playground and splash pad. What better way for kids to beat the heat? This kid-friendly zone is directly adjacent to the Historic Garfield Paddleball Courts, where adults can live the ultimate beachside lifestyle— playing paddleball with a bird’s eye ocean view. The great part about music in Hollywood is it is not all downtown and the beach. For many years now, on the second Saturday of most months, Hollywood has been putting on great concerts at the Boulevard Heights Community Center Amphitheater. If you’ve never been, you really must check it out. The

amphitheater is nestled under a beautiful oak canopy and is a perfect spot for an evening family picnic while enjoying great music. The adjacent playground and skate park offer fun for all ages, and folks in East Hollywood are shocked when they finally “go west” and see some of the amazing things we have done for kids out there. I will stop there, but the bottom line is Hollywood is awesome. I could go on and on, but space limitations necessitate otherwise. Simply put, I loved growing up here, and Hollywood is still a great place for kids. The beauty of it all is that our City’s children

are “living the dream” in the most literal sense. They are sharing in the rich legacy that our City’s founders and pioneers left for my generation, and which I so deeply enjoyed as a child. While I have worked hard as Mayor to make Hollywood great for kids year-round, the summers are as special as they are magical. May this summer be great for you and yours, and may your children and grandchildren make lasting summer memories that they, too, will cherish in the years to come. Sincerely, PETER BOBER Mayor


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INSIDE: HEALTH • CLASSIFIED • REAL ESTATE

Global Jewelry Buying House. They have been doing business in New York for 30 years and are now beginning their rapid expansion - right here in Aventura.

Global Jewelry Buying House By Suzanne Wallace - Sun Times

AVENTURA - You saw an ad for Global Jewelry Buying House and wanted to learn more before you trusted your jewelry to them. You called and they told you to come to their Buying House at 18677 West Dixie Highway in Aventura, FL. Not knowing what to expect, you brought only a couple of pieces of unwanted jewelry and a silver service, no longer in use. Upon arrival, you were buzzed into the store by their private security officer and were met in the lobby by the Director of Buying, Danny. He took you down a warm and inviting hallway to one of several boutique-like rooms. You were asked if you would like coffee or water and was served your bottled water in a crystal stemmed glass.

Danny took out a purchase form, wrote your name and date on the form and after opening up his jewelers light, asked to see what you had brought. He examined your two pieces of jewelry and wrote a value on the form next to a description and then looked at your silver and assessed its value. At that point, you had a decision to make...sell it now or take your copy of the purchase form to show your wife. You decided the price was certainly fair and sold your jewelry for cash. You took your silver service back home to make sure your wife agreed with the sale and showed her the purchase form with the price that was offered. Your wife agreed it was a good price so tomorrow you will take it back, along with the purchase order, and

be given the price listed. What’s more, you have decided to take some more jewelry that has been lying in a jewelry box for years and cash it in too. That is a typical experience at the Global Jewelry Buying House. They have been doing business in New York for 30 years and are now beginning their rapid expansion. More Planned For South Florida Three new Buying Houses are in the works in the Aventura area and more planned in the South Florida area. One of the things that make this business unique, other than their boutique look, is that they don’t sell jewelry at their locations; they only buy from the public. Because they are a well-known International Jewelry Buying House,

they have customers world-wide who buy from them. They provide a liquid global market for previously owned jewelry and for that reason; they are able to offer the highest prices to you. They are the leading global buyer of fine jewelry, diamonds and watches from the public. A GIA Certified Gemologist is on site to examine your diamonds. Converting Gold And Diamonds Into Cash It’s a new concept-the modern way to sell your fine jewelry. You can convert your collection of estate jewelry or diamonds for cold hard cash. Good to know in these economic times. Although it was pointed out that most of their customers aren’t selling because they need the money...they are selling because their lifestyle has changed and they no longer need or want the silver or jewelry. Coins, Gold And Much More They specialize in American Eagle coins. They buy scrap gold, 10k, 14k, 18k, and unlike some, they are the top buyers of gold filled. They buy silver, platinum, rings, bracelets, necklaces, cufflinks, money clips, earrings, chains, brooches, watches, key chains, dental gold, class rings, pins, estate jewelry, collectibles and much more. Global Jewelry Buying House is the largest gold buyer in South Florida. Best of all, you are treated in a professional manner and if you are worried about your security, you will be escorted to your car by their security guard. It’s a no worry, no hassle, and great way to sell your jewelry, watches or collectibles. Global Jewelry Buying House is located at 18677 West Dixie Highway Aventura, FL 33180 Telephone: 305-705-9600. Hours: Mon – Fri 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.


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MAKING LIFE MUCH EASIER How to ease arthritis pain (ARA) - For the 50 million American adults currently suffering from arthritis, symptom management is the name of the game. Although it's the leading cause of disability in the U.S., and the second most frequently reported chronic condition, there are currently no cures for the family of musculoskeletal disorders known as arthritis, according to the Arthritis Foundation. Therefore, arthritis treatment fo-

cuses on relieving symptoms and improving joint function. The most common forms of arthritis include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, gout and fibromyalgia. Traditionally, the common signs and symptoms of arthritis (literally meaning "joint inflammation") may include joint pain, stiffness, swelling, redness and a decreased range of motion. There are numerous types of arthritis -

Change is hard to make Dr. Ron.., I’m considering psychotherapy for anxiety, but I’m not sure what good it would do. I’ve often heard you say not to expect a magic bullet, or pill… What should I reasonably expect?.. M.H. Miami. A… Psychotherapy is not usually a “magic bullet” response for most people, but over time, it can be quite helpful. Having the right expectations in the beginning is very important… There are 3 main components that one might expect from a therapy process… First, therapy should provide a safe, and supportive space where one feels comfortable enough to disclose their most personal, and often most painful, thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Without this the foundation for successful therapy will not be established. Studies have shown that disclosure, in itself, can be very therapeutic, and that the match between client and therapist is crucial for successful therapy outcomes. Once a good rapport with the therapist is established, a learning process takes place. People start learning to better understand themselves, and to identify thoughts, feelings, behaviors and experiences that have contributed to their current condition. Clients are also educated to meaningful research in the field, and explore other options that may help them. (ie.., the decision to seek a medical doctor for psychotropic drugs, consulting a nutritionist or an exercise trainer etc.). Finally, and probably the most difficult part of therapy is the promotion of “change”… Usually most people need to change something in their lives. Whether it be confronting and changing negative thoughts about oneself, engaging in more pro-social activities, or not eating that 2000 calorie Ettenman’s cake at night, people will most likely need to change some aspect in their life to optimally benefit from their therapy experience. Unfortunately, this can be the most difficult to accomplish… People resist change and habits are hard to break… . In sum, most of the time, therapy involves nothing more than offering someone a safe, supportive, non-judgmental, environment to learn more about themselves, while exploring necessary changes to improve their life. Hope it works out well for you M.H.

Dr. Ron

Dr. Ron Dr. Ron is in private practice in Hallandale Florida,…. Have a question?… You can contact Dr. Ronald J. Schlossberg Psy.D; CHT, Licensed Clinical Psychologist by mail: 1250 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd Hallandale Fl. 33009, or phone (954) 455-7745, or E-mail AskDocRon@aol.com

more than 100 in all and therefore many treatments, including prescription and overthe-counter medications, physical therapy, lifestyle and home remedies, surgery and alternative medicine. Many arthritis sufferers will benefit from some combination of these options. One of the most commonly used arthritis medications is a category called NSAIDs, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, which reduce both pain and inflammation. Popular over-the-counter NSAIDs include naproxen sodium, as well as ibuprofen, both of which are available under a wide variety of retail "store-brand" labels. "Pain and swelling have a serious impact on quality of life for many arthritis patients," says Dr. John Tower, president and medical director of Arthritis Physicians LLC in Rochester Hills, Mich. "In combination with other therapies, NSAIDs like naproxen sodium and arthritis pain-relieving topical ointments can provide some symptomatic relief, and therefore can be an important part of a patient's treatment plan." "For patients prescribed an NSAID by their physician, I would

Traditionally, the common signs and symptoms of arthritis (literally meaning "joint inflammation") may include joint pain, stiffness, swelling, redness and a decreased range of motion. encourage them to purchase store-brand naproxen sodium or ibuprofen sold at leading retailers and pharmacies," Tower continues. "These products are regulated by the FDA and use the same active ingredients, but cost significantly less than the brand names." Allegan, Mich.-based Perrigo is the largest manufacturer of overthe-counter medications found under store-brand labels at leading retailers, grocers and pharmacies. Perrigo offers consumers a variety of af-

fordable store-brand NSAID choices, like naproxen sodium in caplet, tablet and liquid gel form, which compare with the active ingredients in brand names. In addition to drugs for combating pain relief and inflammation, many arthritis patients find relief with physical therapy, lifestyle and home remedies and even alternative medicine. "Arthritis patients need to work closely with their primary care physicians or rheumatologist to determine which combination of treatment options is

best for them," says Tower, who has been a practicing board certified rheumatologist for 21 years. "Appropriate management of symptoms can help people with arthritis to decrease pain, improve function and stay productive." Physical therapy and regular exercise help to keep joints flexible and strengthen muscle surrounding joints, which can result in improved range of motion for arthritis sufferers. Additionally, home remedies, such as hot and cold therapy, may help relieve arthritis pain, while use of assistive devices, such as a cane or walker, can help protect joints and improve a patient's ability to perform daily tasks. Alternative medicine, such as acupuncture, may offer some promise as a remedy for reducing symptoms of arthritis, but patients should bear in mind that there is still little reliable evidence to support the use of such treatments in managing arthritis. "Arthritis is a complex disorder with many causes and no cure, but there are effective treatments to manage the symptoms," says Tower. "Symptom management looks different for every patient, so arthritis sufferers should consider all of the options in partnership with their physician."


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JAFFER MEDICAL GROUP Personalized Health Care for Seniors Jaffer

From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––– get an early diagnosis or better yet, to step-up and do the things that keep illness away.” Jaffer Medical Group physicians focus on wellness and staying healthy between visits rather than just treating patients when they are sick. Jaffer Medical Group physicians know it’s important to create a strong relationship with their patients. “No one here is treated like a number,” says Dr. Leon Roth, MD who has been practicing in Hallandale since 1982. “A patient has to trust and have confidence in his or her physician, for the process of maintaining health, as well as treating illnesses, to be optimized.” Jaffer Medical Group offers a complimentary visit with any of the physicians, all of whom specialize in the care of seniors. No need to run all over to get your blood drawn, lab work, or X-rays, it’s all done in-house. You can get wound care, ear lavage, EKG, minor surgeries, pulmonary function testing, joint injections, skin care and holistic massage in the offices. Jaffer Medical Group has five centers located in Pembroke Pines, Miramar, Weston and Hallandale Beach. An office is soon to be opened for patient’s convenience in the Coral Springs, Coconut Creek, Margate and Pompano Beach area. The doctors are on call nights and weekends so you are never left in that weekend bubble when there is an emergency. Patients can expect immediate appointments and you get quick referrals to specialists. The staff is bilingual and there is a male and female physician at each of the locations. Most health insurance plans are accepted along with Medicare. Dr. Ramirez asks you to join her for some free healthy cooking lessons on July 2 in their Miramar Office at 6448 Pembroke Road from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. When your doctor determines a massage would be beneficial, a complimentary massage is provided by a massage therapist who is in the Pembroke Road Office from 1:00 to 4:30. One morning a

Jaffer Medical Group includes skilled, experienced physicians as well as friendly support staff.

THE JAFFER MEDICAL GROUP TEAM Dr. Mohsin Jaffer, MD, founder of Jaffer Medical Group, is board certified in family medicine and has specialized in geriatric health care in the South Florida area for more than 25 years. He believes that he and his patients are partners in achieving optimal health and wellness goals, and that most people have the capacity to live long and healthy lives with vitality and vigor. Dr. Leon Roth, MD, is board certified in internal medicine and specializes in geriatric medicine and cardiology. Fluent in Spanish and skilled in hospital and outpatient geriatric medicine, he has been practicing in Hallandale Beach for 30 years. Dr. Soett Ramirez-Estrada, MD, is a family physician who is fluent in Spanish and enjoys serving the geriatric community. She believes in establishing long-term relationships with patients and their families, as well as helping them learn about healthy lifestyles. Her warmth and friendliness make her a favorite with her patients. Dr. Yeny Andrade, MD, is board certified in family medicine and is fluent in Spanish. With a passion for wellness and disease prevention, she believes that each patient has the power to control his or her own destiny by making correct health decisions.

week at each office, breakfast is offered. Dr.

Jaffer says, “You are welcome to stop by and

Full-service medical care at Jaffer Medical Group clinics includes: • Complimentary visit with any of the physicians, all of whom specialize in the care of seniors. • Immediate appointments • In-house blood drawing, lab work and X-rays • Wound care, ear lavage, EKG • Minor surgeries • Pulmonary function testing • Joint injections • Skin care • Group hospitalist • Doctor on call nights & weekends • Bilingual staff-hablamos Espanol • Quick referrals to specialists

enjoy breakfast even if you don’t have an appointment or not a patient, but want to see what we are all about. We even have an annual barbecue with games and prizes for our patients to show them how much we

care about them.” Dr. Jaffer believes that a key flaw in our healthcare system is that we do not spend enough money on wellness programs for patients; rather, most of the

money is spent on the sick. If you take charge of your life and your body and work with your physician to prevent illness you can live a long, vigorous, and vital life.

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ARE YOU A DENTURE SUFFERER? The shocking truth about how to stop being a victim to wearing those agonizing dentures once and for all!!!! What Are Mini Dental Implants? The (Mini Dental Implant (MDI) System consists of a miniature titanium implant that acts like the root of your tooth and a retaining fixture that is incorporated into the base of your denture, The head of the implant is shaped like a ball and the retaining fixture acts like a socket that contains a rubber Oring. The O-ring snaps over the ball when the denture is seated and holds the denture at a predetermined level of force. When seated, the denture gently rests on the gum tissue. The implant fixtures allow for micro-mobility while withstanding natural lifting forces. Is the Mini Dental Implant FDA approved? Yes, the product is safe for public use and in fact had beneficial attributes, the FDA granted its formal consent to market the Mini Dental Implant device not only as a transitional or temporary dental product, but significantly, as a longterm item. IMTEC was the first company to receive long-term approval of its MDI implants from the FDA, and for several years, was the only company to have that distinction. When can Mini Dental Implants be used? When critically needed for support purposes, and where solid bony adaptation (integration) has clearly occurred, mini implants can function as long-term supporting structures rather than as short-term or medium term devices. In fact, some have been successfully functioning in patients' jaws for several decades. In the past several years, some clinicians have been utilizing MDI for single tooth replacements and in crown and bridge cases.. What's the primary and most effective use for Mini Dental Implants? The most effective use of this unique dental product is stabilization of a lower denture. There are approximately 50 million people in the United States who are "edentulous" (literally meaning lacking teeth) who struggle daily with their dentures. A majority suffer a great deal of discomfort as a result of loose or ill-fitting dentures. Many denture wearers simply withdraw from any type of social engagement as a result of being compelled to wear them. Moreover, it's not uncommon for family members to complain

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Implant patient can enjoy a light meal an hour or so after having the mini implants placed. I'm somewhat aware of the tremendous forces the human jaw usually endures during normal chewing of food. How can these tiny Mini Dental Implants withstand that? Our jaws are marvelously designed to adequately withstand those forces. It's also true that mankind has been struggling for centuries to come up with some type of metal or metallic element that can efficiently withstand those forces. Approximately twenty-five years ago some doctors around the world began experimenting with titanium as a potential dental medium. Titanium is an extremely strong metal used in the construction of aircraft and aircraft engines. The metal, in its commercial form, is incredibly strong and durable. If a denture patient has sufficient bone mass to create a rock hard placement of the tiny implant, which an experienced dentist can usually determine by an initial examination, the mini dental implants will generally withstand normal chewing forces just like natural teeth. Fractures are extremely rare, but as the case with a person's normal teeth, can certainly occur. For more information and to find out whether the Mini Dental Implants are a better choice in


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Mark Antonio retires after 25 years Ronald Reagan was president and the City was still known as Hallandale when City Manager Mark Antonio began his civil service career as the City’s comptroller. That was June 29, 1987 and a lot has changed since then. Mr. Antonio retires tomorrow, Friday, Thanks for your dedicated service. Hallandale June 29, 2012; 25 Beach City Manager Mark Antonio was honored years to the day he last week for a quarter-century of service to the began his career in City. City employees held a surprise luncheon the City. In the quarfor Mr. Antonio and his wife, Ana, to celebrate ter-century of service his planned retirement. On hand to celebrate Mr. Antonio served as event were, from left, Vice Mayor Anthony Comptroller, Assistant Finance Director, FiSanders, Mr. Antonio, Mayor Joy Cooper and nance Director, AssisCity Commissioner Dorothy Ross. tant City Manager (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations) and ascended to City Manager in 2010. “He forced me to learn more about government accounting,” said Patricia Ladolcetta, finance director, who said she was indebted to Mr. Antonio for hiring her 21 years ago. “He would assign a project and let me do. If I had a problem, he was there, but he let me figure it out.” Mr. Antonio’s business philosophy helped the City adopt a new approach to financing and budget preparation. In 1987, few cities maintained reserves in the general fund. At Mr. Antonio’s suggestion, then City Manager R.J. Intindola inserted a line item in the budget to build reserves for leaner times. Unexpectedly, that paid off when Hurricane Andrew struck South Florida and municipalities had to find money to clean-up and restore services. The City was one of the few financially prepared for this type of unexpected financial burden. Other cities learned and reserves have become standard in most governments. “Mark changed the finance department so drastically,” said Commissioner Dorothy Ross about Mr. Antonio’s style and philosophy of using a corporate finance approach to run the City. “He personally grew that department.” A financial whiz, Mr. Antonio set the City’s course and worked with administrators and City Commissioners to ensure the City didn’t stray. “He was a motivated and very well respected finance director,” said Renee Crichton, the new City Manager. Ms. Crichton spent two years as a member of Mr. Intindola’s management team while Mr. Antonio was Finance Director. “(Mr. Antonio) had a vision for this City.” Mr. Antonio also played a role in numerous other changes that shaped Hallandale Beach. Within the past 25 years, Hallandale Beach Boulevard expanded from four lanes to six, the Hallandale Beach Boulevard Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway was replaced and the City embarked on a comprehensive drainage plan. He also was played a role in changing the City making it more business and family friendly. He said embracing the business community has helped the City continue its growth. Looking to and planning for the future has been his mantra, but Mr. Antonio also believed in preserving the past. “He was very instrumental in preserving history in the City,” said Deputy City Manager Nydia Rafols-Sallabery. “He was the liaison with the Historical Preservation Board in saving the Curci House and Moffitt House.” And, Mr. Antonio wants to continue making a difference in the lives of Hallandale Beach residents. After taking a short break to travel with his wife, Ana, Mr. Antonio plans to return to the City as a volunteer.

CELEBRATE AMERICA

It’s party time on the beach in the City of Hallandale Beach Hallandale Beach will Celebrate America’s 236th birthday with a free party from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 30, at South Beach Park in the 1800 block of South Ocean Drive. The birthday party is held annually on the Saturday before the Fourth of July. A family event, the annual party will include music, a caricature artist, magic show, an appearance by a clown with balloons, plenty of games and activities. The City will have a bounce house fun foam pit, inflatable water slide and, for the daring, a bungee jump. While the kids are enjoying the multitude of activities, adults may want to relax to the sweet island reggae sounds of Ghana at 1 p.m. The Hallandale Beach Police Athletic League (PAL) will be offering a variety of fare as part of

The Hallandale Beach Police Athletic League (PAL) will be offering a variety of fare as part of a fundraiser to support the athletic leagues. a fundraiser to support the athletic leagues. Sun, fun, games and

music; it’s all free and at South Beach Park this weekend.

Commissioners proclaim Saturday, July 7, as Laurie Curci Day Hallandale Beach City Commission proclaimed Saturday, July 7, as Laurie Curci Day in honor of the great-granddaughter of pioneers Frank and Rosina Curci. Ms. Curci spent weeks shooting and editing a historical perspective video on the Curci House, opening a window into steps taken to save and restored the history residence, which is located at 324 SW 2nd Avenue. The date for Laurie Curci Day, July 7, is the next time the house will be opened for tours. In on the presentation are from left, City Commissioner Keith London, City Commissioner Dorothy Ross, Jim Curci, Laurie’s uncle, Laurie Curci, Mayor Joy Cooper, Vice Mayor Anthony Sanders and City Commissioner Alexander Lewy. To view the video of the Curci House, visit, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP1BYI_g0CA, or scan the code to the left.


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