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Hallandale Beach Outhouse Festival

With the rain clearing the area, Peter Bluesten Park in Hallandale Beach was the place to be for the Annual Outhouse Halloween celebration on Monday. As you can see, the costumes were great and fun was had by all!


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Frank Curci in the National Guard.

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all that is evil. That feeling is shared by everyone you run into these days, guarding against anything ever happening like that again - on our soil. From those who have just entered the service to those who have fought for our freedom in many conflicts through the years, there is a feeling of pride for this nation, and nowhere is that more evident than in Hallandale Beach. Twice a year our city's Parks and Recreation Department does a fantastic job of recognizing the brave young men and women who have paid the ultimate price, for the freedom we enjoy, and are currently serving our country today. As President of the Hallandale Historical Board, former Vice Mayor Bill Julian, along with the members, have decided to make this year's Veteran's Day a little more special - for everyone. Giving recognition to those who have made our freedom possible. A few month's ago, Julian started asking our local veterans if they would like to display their pictures and documents of our past, and present family members who have served. The response has been great. "Currently, we have 17 veterans who have submitted pictures for the display," Julian said. "I have taken their originals, photo-copied them, and will be mounted on display boards for all to see and honor." The addition of the Veterans Display will only enhance an event that

Parks and Recreation Director Rebecca Munden-Correa and her staff have worked extremely hard in coordinating each year. On Friday, Nov. 11, the City will host a Veterans Day Salute, starting at 9 a.m. with a placement of flags at the Hallandale Beach Cemetery, 801 N.W. 6th Ave. At 10 a.m., there will be refreshments served at the Hallandale Beach Cultural Community Center, 410 S.E 3rd St. At 11 a.m., the annual ceremony will take place at the Cultural Center and at the Veterans Monument, 400 S. Federal Highway. During the refreshment hour, the display that Julian and others have worked around the clock to put together, will be

introduced with some familiar faces in many of the photos. For so many Veterans Day events, we were honored to have Peter Ventura (FRONT PAGE PHOTO - BOTTOM RIGHT) attend and take part in everything from the flag raising to being recognized as someone who put his life on the line for this country. Ventura's daughter, Joy Cooper happens to be the Mayor of Hallandale Beach. Ventura, a World War II B-24 Radio Operator and Waste Gunner, is pictured along with his crew. Being a military family of three generations, Julian has his grandfather from World War I, an Army Machine Gunner, his father, George Julian, a Combat Glider Pilot, who has in his display all of his war records and pictures from World War II. Julian also served from 19701991-1998 in the Air Force as an Air Cargo Specialist. "We have three gener-

ations of the Gilchrist Family photos," Julian explained. "In addition, we have the legendary Curci family service photo and even a display with our own Historical Club Vice-President, Ed Pickett. Ed was a Navy Pilot during the Vietnam War." Former Hallandale Mayor Joe Scavo, who

served in the Army's Military Police, will have his service history on display for all to see as well. With all that is being displayed for those who are coming out to honor those who have fought, and continue to fight for our freedom, the Historical Board will have on display over 10, handcrafted model airplanes that match the veteran's

missions during the war. Between what the City of Hallandale Beach has planned and the Veterans Display, this will certainly be a special day for all. If anyone would like to add your family to the event, please contact Bill Julian, (954) 2747230, or

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Emergency Alert System (EAS) will take place on Nov. 9


HALLANDALE BEACH - I want to inform our residents of an event that will take place on November 9, 2011 at 2:00 PM for citizens on the east coast and throughout the nation. The Broward League of Cities has shared this event with all elected and appointed officials in Broward County. The Federal Communications Commission and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will conduct the first ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). The EAS (originally EBS) was established in 1963 and, while often used to deliver local and regional emergency and law enforcement bulletins, has never been used, or even tested, on a nationwide basis. The test will be a significant interruption of regular television programming. It will run for about three minutes and should be seen on all channels. In addition, the video (text) portion of the EAS message may not clearly indicate that the alert is only a test. Public safety officials are concerned that the test will prompt high levels of unnecessary calls to 911 from viewers, who, confused by the test, may call with questions. The FCC has made available online a series

of Public Service Announcements and other outreach materials ( -test) if you would like more information. Please share this information with all your friends and neighbors, Thank you. 911 communications is literally the lifeline to our first responders. Since 9/11 our country, state counties and cities have been working to improve all levels of communication to our citizens. National Incident Management System NIMS is a strategic plan that has been implemented to ensure that in the case of emergency all first responders are trained in a national response language. There are different levels of training and certifications that elected officials are required to take. Our city has always been proactive when it comes to critical infra-

structure needed for efficient communications. Back in the early 90ʼs we were one of the first municipalities to partner with Broward County 911 services. Hallandale Beach elected to partner by donating our five communication channels towards a countywide system and close our local dispatch. To date, the service has been providing us with streamlined communications that provide for level of service required by our police and fire departments. Broward County collects 911 fees through local telephone bills. The fees and our County property taxes provide BSO the necessary funding to manage the 911 Call Center on Broward Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Not all cities are on the countywide system. Some cities have opted to provide their own service. They receive a credit of the 911 fees and then must provide their own city property taxes to run their dispatch. Over the past 10 years I have been a member of the Broward County Fire Counsel and I am the current Chair. This committee was tasked with implementing the 2002 countywide charter amendment requiring the Broward County provide a countywide communication infrastructure for fire and emergency medical

services to facilitate the closest unit response in life-threatening emergencies. The charter amendment passed by the voters was well intended but did not clarify what infrastructure was to consist of; nor did it include police communications. The committee has been working diligently to bring all the partnering cities up to the same level of equipment to ensure GPS tracking systems are on the trucks. With the exclusion of three northern cities all EMS and Fire departments are interoperable. Non-partner cities are not all connected through GPS and there has been little desire for every city to come on board. In partnership with Broward County and the Fire Counsel BSO technology Staff has been working to bring together the patchwork of 13 different communication centers to streamline operations, cut costs and most importantly, ensure the level of service voters asked for in 2002. The Consolidation Feasibility Analysis suggested that the County could operate with three Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPʼs) for 911. Not only would this cut costs it would improve citizen and officer safety, reduce call transfers that result in delayed response and

provide for an easier cost-effective way to migrate into new technologies. The Fire Counsel has supported this plan but there has been no political will on the county and all cities to make sure the concept implemented. In this case it is so true that “necessity is the mother of all invention”. With the current budget crunch on all levels of government Broward County has been pushing back on municipalities that have not partnered with Broward County to collect for their portion of dispatch costs. The cities that have their own dispatch have been threatening to file suit against the County. While the EMS and Fire issues have been stymied the dispatch issue has created a new interest in addressing overall communications. Broward County League of Cities created a Public Safety Answering Point Task Force. They brought together multiple agencies including the Broward City/ County Management Association, Fire Chiefs Association and the Police Chiefs Association to endorse the 911 Com-

munications and Dispatch Services. This past week Broward County adopted a resolution supporting the creation of the Broward County Consolidation Communications Committee. The members are comprised of designated representation from all affected agencies. The committee will be tasked with developing a plan for implementation. They will be start meeting this month with the goal of delivering the plan to the County and cities for action. On Friday November 11 our city will be celebrating Veterans Day! We encourage our entire community to join us in celebrating and giving thanks to the many Veterans that have served our country. Starting at 9:00 AM the city will be placing flags on War Veteransʼ graves at our cemetery located on Foster Road. At 11 AM there will be a special ceremony recognizing all men and women that have served at the Community Cultural Center behind the library at the corner of South Federal Highway and 3rd Street.

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DANIA BEACH - Dalia Bavli, a Hollywood resident, took home the coveted “Suck for Luck” trophy for the Wednesday night, October 26th, Dan LeBatard 790 The Ticket Celebrity Poker Tournament at Dania Jai-Alai. The top three players received $1,082 and the next 7 each got $600 in the agree-upon “chop.” Dania Jai-Alaiʼs Cardroom is open Sundays through Thursdays from noon to midnight, Friday and Saturdays from noon to 2 am. The fronton is located at 301 E. Dania Beach Blvd in Dania Beach.

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HOLLYWOOD - October is designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and each year City of Hollywood employees show their commitment to fighting this disease through fundraising efforts to increase awareness and support for those affected by breast cancer. This year the Cityʼs fundraising events began in October, but are continuing into November with all proceeds going to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. We would like to invite the community to

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ELIMINATE FAT WITH LIGHT By Stacy Reed Living in Florida certainly has its advantages. But the “sun and fun” climate, trips to the beach and an outdoors lifestyle means go-to wardrobe choices that shorts, tanks, mini’s, and of course, swimsuits. And with those choices comes the desire (some would say pressure) to look good in them. Even though many Floridians maintain their health and looks through diet and exercise, most people genetically predisposed to store fat in the hips, thighs and belly. And it’s stubborn fat that stays put, no matter how much they diet or exercise, but now there’s a new weapon on the war against fat: LipoLight. The Lipolight is a body-sculpting procedure that is designed to remove fat and contour the body without surgery. It works by means of cold (laser) light, which is FDA Approved for body circumference reduction, that penetrates the skin safely. There’s no surgery, no needles, and no downtime. The machine works by targeting and liquefying non-active adipose (fat) cells in the body. The Light is placed several inches above the area of the body that we want to eliminate the fat. The fat is then eliminated as waste through the lymphatic system. For more about the technical side, visit

Getting the treatment The light produces no heat, so it doesn’t feel hot or even warm. Each treatment lasts 40 minutes, and since there is no recovery time, you can have a treatment and then go straight to work, go for a workout, or do anything else you want to do. Results - Lost inches • Many individuals lose 1”-2” inches from their abdomen after the first treatment! • Women can drop one or two dress sizes in as little as four weeks. • The team at ForeverTrim has perfected a protocol over the 20,00 treatments that ensure results. • This new technology - as seen on Dr. Oz, The The Doctors, Rachael Zerona Ray Show, Nightline Lipolaser and Xtra - is the one everyone’s talking about. • Call 954-634-5711 for your appointment. You will be glad you did.



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Kathleen Madigan comes to the Amaturo Theatre

After more than twenty years in the business, Kathleen remains one of the funniest and most hilarious comics around today. Her showtime special is topping the Amazon and ITunes charts. She has come a long way from her early years as a waitress and a newspaper reporter. Winner of the American Comedy Award and the Phyllis Diller Award for "Best Female Comedian, " Madigan hosts a radio program on the Blue Collar Comedy network. A finalist in the second season of NBC's Last Comic Standing, Madigan remains the only comedian in the history of the show to go unchallenged by any other comedian who believes they are funnier. She recently beat out Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy to win the listeners favorite comic title on satellite radio in the "Sirus Challenge Cup." She is known as the funniest Woman in America and one of the best comics alive. Kathleen has appeared many times on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien and others. In addition, Madigan has also been a correspondent for the Dr. Phil Show. She has shared the stage with Robin Williams and Lewis Black. Kathleen Madigan, "Gone Madigan," has entertained many audiences over the years and will bring her latest

comedy show to the Broward Center's Amaturo Theatre on November 4, 2011 at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $27.50 to $47.50 at the box office located at 201 Southwest Fifth Avenue, in Fort Lauderdale. For information, call: (954) 462-0222. CELEBRATE THE AVENTURA CENTER'S ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH "STAYIN'

ALIVE" REFLECTIONS OF THE BEE GEES: Recreating the songs and costumes of the disco era, Stayin' Alive has thrilled audiences worldwide with dance hits by the Bee Gees, KC & The Sunshine Band, WIld Cherry, Average White Band, The Commodores, Heatwave and others. Reflections of the Bee Gees is a band and show that performs Bee Gee hits from the 60s and 70s up to the present day. "Stayin' Alive" is a song written by the Bee Gees, Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. It was released on December 13, 1977 as the second single from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. It is one of their signature songs that climbed the charts hitting the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 and remained so for a total of four weeks. It became one of the

bands most popular tunes. The song was used in a study to train medical professionals to provide the correct number of chest compressions a

minute while performing CPR. The song has close to 104 beats per minute, 100 chest compressions a minute are recommended for CPR. The song was featured

in a Hands Only CPR PSA campaign video from the American Heart Association that featured Ken Jeong in the classic John Travolta outfit from "Saturday Night Fever." The City of Aventura presents "Stayin' Alive: Reflections of the Bee Gees" on November 5, 2011 at 8 p.m. at the Aventura Center located at 3385 Northeast 188 Street, Aventura. Tickets are $34.50 and $39.50. Group discounts are available. For all information, call: 1 (877) 3117469. Or visit on-line at: See You at the Theatre" Contact Eleanor at

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR If you would like to submit an announcement for our Community Calendar in the paper – or online, where you are guaranteed placement weekly, please send it to: Larry Blustein, Community Calendar Editor, 305 N.W. 10th Terrace, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009; Fax: 954 4580765 or via e-mail to: . For a complete listing of all Community Calendar items, please check our website at: Also follow us on Twitter @sfsuntimes. • END OF DAYLIGHT SAVINGS Just a reminder to all our readers and advertisers to push your clocks back one hour before you go to bed on Saturday night. Nov. 5 • TRIBUTE TO VETERANS/MILITARY ROOM MAKEOVER. Honoring military veterans. Selected Veterans will receive a room makeover provided by several of the professional designers at the Dania Beach Design Center, a newly designated Design District. 11am-3pm. Dania Beach Design District, 1200 Stirling Road. 1/2 mile east of I-95 (northside) Dania Beach. Live Entertainment, Rainbow Circus (trapeze artist/Jugglers/Stilt walkers/acrobatic performance), Kid's Zone (Face painting/Balloon artist/Ballet performance), Miami/Broward Food Trucks with a menu from A-Z, Exotic Car & Classic Car Show. This is a fundraiser for Wounded Warrior Project. Presentation Ceremony begins @ 12:30 Main stage. & Victoria Payne 954.926.2323 have more info if needed. • The Humane Society of Greater Miamiʼs next Volunteer Orientation at 12:00 p.m. at the Soffer and Fine Adoption Center 16101 West Dixie Highway North Miami Beach, FL 33160. It will last 90 minutes. Volunteers must be 18 years of age (13 - 17 must be accompanied by an adult and the adult must volunteer). All volunteers are required to attend an orientation.

Volunteer hours are flexible. Orientations are given the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 12 p.m. and Thursdays at 5 p.m. No rsvp is needed. Please arrive 30-60 minutes early to reserve your spot as seating is limited. 305749-1843. Nov. 6 • American Legion Unit 310 is having their monthly Breakfast. Breakfast will include Eggs any style, meat of choice, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, and much more with a complimentary Screwdriver or Bloody Mary.Time is from 9:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Amt is $7.00 all are welcome.

• Singles Dance Party 7 PM - South Florida Singles are invited to a cocktail social and dance party at Aqua Lounge located inside Acquo 124 Restaurant, 124 South Federal Hwy., Hallandale. Includes delicious appetizers and live performer will have you dancing to top 40 classics from all eras. Nice turnout. Dress neat casual. $10 cover. questions/partyline: 305 932 4192 Nov. 11 • Calling all veterans from every generation! The City of Aventura wants YOU to participate in this yearʼs Veterans Day Ceremony, which will be held at 10 AM at the Aventura Arts and Cultural Center, located at 3385 NE 188 Street. Interested veterans and veterans groups should contact Kate Gladfelter at 305466-2735, or call the Aventura Community Recreation Center at 305-466-3883. • Veteran's Display, Hallandale Historical Preservation Board. Hallandale Cultural Center- 310 NE 3rd. St. (954) 457-1452. Time- 9 am to 2 pm. Display your families Veteran's pictures and documents.

Contact- Bill Julian (954) 274-7230.

Nov. 28 • The Jewish War Veterans, Point East, Post 698 will hold their meeting this month at the Aventura Rec Hall, 3375 188th St. Aventura. Every veteran is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. The Post will also be involved on Veterans' Day, Nov. 11 at the Aventura Rec Hall at 11 a.m. Dec. 26 • The 32nd Annual South Florida Chassidic Chanukah Festival is getting bigger and better. Considering that over 10,000 people have participated each year since the event was moved to Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach back in 2007, the staff and volunteers preparing the upcoming Festival set for Monday, December 26th, have coordinated a star studded program that will guarantee the biggest attendance ever. The crowd will be even bigger than last year, as tens of thousands of tourists, in love with Jewish Music, are expected that week in South Florida. Rabbi Levi Tennenhaus, the events' coordinator and Chabads' Program Director, encourages those who can afford to get reserved seating: "The event, as always, is free. However, in addition to our major sponsors, individuals are entitled to reserve VIP seats for $100 per seat. This will help both the Festival, which runs at an enormous cost as a service to the community, and individuals who want the luxury and convenience to sit up front with their seats reserved exclusively for them and their families.'' For more festival information, and to reserve VIP and box seats, please call 954-4581877 or email levi@chanukahfestival.c om.

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Prostethics: The emotional effects of tooth loss – a preliminary quantitative study

Results: Ninety four people completed the questionnaire of whom 42 stated that they had experienced difficulties in accepting the loss of their teeth. In comparison with people who had no difficulties in accepting the situation, these people were: more likely to feel less confident about themselves; more likely to feel inhibited in carrying out everyday activities and less able to accept inevitable change in facial shape which occurs following the loss of teeth. Additionally, they took longer to come to terms with their tooth loss (All these differences were statistically significant). Just over three-quarters of the people who were unprepared for the loss of their teeth, felt that an explanation from the dentist prior to dental extractions would have helped. Total tooth loss as a serious life event, and the impact of dental ill health on daily living is well recognized, it is only recently that attention has been paid to the emotional effects of tooth loss. A qualitative

study into the emotional effects of total tooth loss revealed a wide range of reactions. The main themes identified in relation to tooth loss were: bereavement; loss of self confidence; concerns about appearance and self image; tooth loss as a taboo subject which could not be discussed with other people; keeping tooth loss secret; the need prosthodontic privacy; behavior change; premature aging; and a lack of preparation for the loss of teeth. A further qualitative study among

people with partial tooth loss uncovered a similar pattern of emotional reactions. A feeling of having lost part of one's self was an additional finding in the partially dentate group. The researchers were surprised at the depth of feeling that existed among the participants of these two studies, particularly, as they were all coping apparently well with dentures. The subjective view was that these feelings were experienced by a significant proportion of edentulous and partially

dentate people. The current study is designed to make the next step by taking a preliminary look at how edentulous people experience the emotional effects of tooth loss.

Patricia M. Bobadilla, D.D.S., Prosthodontist.

Overall quality of life is enhanced with proper dental care.

THE BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS The mouth is restored as closely as possible to its natural state. By replacing the entire tooth, including the root, it is possible to replicate the function of natural teeth, with a strong, stable foundation that allows comfortable biting and chewing. In addition, nothing in the mouth looks or feels artificial. Implants preserve the integrity of facial structures. By preventing the resorption that would normally occur with the loss of teeth, the facial structures remain intact. This is particularly important when all of the teeth are missing, as the lower one-third of the face collapses if implants are not placed to preserve the bone. Your smile is improved when replacement teeth look more like natural teeth. Even when only one tooth is missing, long term aesthetics are usually much

better with an implant supported replacement tooth than with a traditional tooth supported bridge. This is particularly important in the front of your mouth, where preventing a visible bone defect is critical for natural appearance. Adjacent teeth are not compromised to replace missing teeth. Tooth replaced with traditional tooth-supported bridges requires grinding down the teeth adjacent to the missing tooth/teeth, so that the bridge can be cemented onto them. This tooth structure can never be replacement and the long-term health of these teeth is compromised. Partial dentures have clasps that hook onto adjacent teeth, putting pressure on them as the partial rocks back and forth. Eventually these teeth can loosen and come out as a result of this pressure. Replacing missing teeth with implant supported crowns/bridges does not involve the adjacent natural teeth, so they are not compromised, or damaged. Overall quality of life is enhanced with replacement teeth that look, feel and function like natural teeth. With implant supported replacement teeth, the appearance of the smile is more natural and teeth function more like natural teeth. The result is increased comfort and confidence when smiling, speaking and eating. If dentures and partials are replaced with implant supported teeth, the overall enhancement in quality of life is even more significant, with an ability to eat all types of foods, elimination of messy adhesives, and improved speech, comfort and appearance. Convenient oral hy-

giene. It is much easier to care for an implant support crown, which can be cleaned like a natural tooth. In comparison, a tooth supported bridge requires the use of a floss threader for proper cleaning. It is also more convenient to clean a full set of implant supported replacement teeth than a traditional denture. Improved appearance. Since implants preserve bone, preventing deterioration of the facial structures, appearance is improved. Collapse of the lower one-third of the face is caused by complete tooth loss can be visually corrected and the remaining bone is preserved. The appearance of wrinkles around the mouth caused by posterior bite collapse, or complete facial structure collapse is virtually eliminated. Restored self-esteem and renewed self-confidence. Many of the people who now enjoy the benefits of implant supported replacement teeth state that their self esteem and self confidence have been restored as a result of improved appearance, function, comfort, and health. Your smile says a lot about who you are. With your smile, you display confidence and ease without ever saying a word. Smiling shows you are comfortable with yourself and who you are. Your smile affects your whole body. From now on, when you pass by someone smile and see the final effect that it has on your confidence.

Please contact Dr. Bobadilla today so we can help you get your confidence back. COMPLIMENTARY SECOND OPINION

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Managing diabetes: the oral-vision connection

(ARA) - Many are aware of serious diabetes-related complications such as heart disease, nerve damage and limb amputation. However, people may not be aware of how diabetes can affect oral and visual health. November is National Diabetes Month, and primary care physicians, dentists and eye care specialists are urging people to schedule regular checkups. For people with diabetes, these visits can help regulate the disease's impact on dental, visual and overall health. For people who are not aware that they might have diabetes, certain signs and symptoms can help diagnose the disease. One-quarter of the 26 million Americans with diabetes, and 90 percent of the 79 million adults with pre-diabetes, are unaware of their condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "There are many people who do not know that they have diabetes, or are at risk for developing diabetes, and this puts a premium on diagnosis. The eyes and mouth can be a window into your health," says Dr. Michael D. Weitzner, vice president of National Clinical Operations for UnitedHealthcare's dental business. Periodontal disease, an infection that affects the gum tissue and

November is National Diabetes Month, and primary care physicians, dentists and eye care specialists are urging people to schedule regular checkups.

bone that hold one's teeth in place and can lead to bad breath, abscesses and tooth loss, may be a first indicator that a person may not have control of his or her blood sugar level. "Diabetes has the potential of weakening one's ability to fight bacteria in the mouth and throughout the body. Unmanaged blood sugar can lead to difficulty fighting infection appropriately, paving the way for serious gum disease," says Dr. John Luther, chief dental officer at UnitedHealthcare. "Because periodontal disease is often painless, people may not know they have it until the damage has already been done." Diabetes also makes people more prone to other dental problems, including oral infections, thrush and dry

mouth. Dr. Luther recommends diabetes patients: schedule dental checkups every six months and alert their dentists that they have diabetes; make sure to take normal medications prior to dental visits unless your dentist or doctor instructs otherwise; and maintain an oral health care regimen of regular and rigorous flossing and brushing using toothpaste with an antiplaque or antibacterial ingredient and preferably with an electric toothbrush. The relationship between diabetes and visual health is also significant. "Eye examinations play a significant role in diagnosing, monitoring and managing diabetes," says Dr. Linda Chous, chief eye care officer at UnitedHealthcare. "According to the

CDC, recent studies show that keeping one's blood glucose levels close to normal can help prevent or delay the onset of diabetes-related eye disease." Diabetic retinopathy, which occurs when the disease damages the tiny blood vessels that nourish the retina, is the leading cause of blindness in the United States among people between 20 and 74 years old. People with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes are at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy; the National Eye Institute estimates that between 40 and 45 percent of Americans diagnosed with diabetes have some form of retinopathy. Vision complications related to diabetes extend beyond retinopathy to include increased risk of devel-

oping glaucoma and cataracts. "All patients with diabetes should receive a comprehensive dilated eye exam at least once a year," Dr. Chous says. "Equally important, the dilated eye exam can help detect diabetes in those unaware that they have the condition. Oftentimes a patient will come in for a routine exam and the eye doctor will find evidence that the patient is at risk for diabetes or might in fact already be diabetic and will refer that patient to his/her primary care physician for further testing." Since there are often no outward signs or pain associated with the early stages of diabetes, changes in vision such as blurriness, seeing spots or persistent redness can be

symptomatic of the disease. "Sudden shifts in blood sugar can cause changes in the eye lens that can lead to fluctuations in a person's eyeglass or contact lens prescription," Dr. Chous says. Other vision-related complications of diabetes that can serve as early indicators of the disease include double vision, dry eyes and lid infection. "People with diabetes have special health considerations," Weitzner says. "This National Diabetes Month, don't forget to make dental and visual care a priority." For more diabetes management-related tips, programs and more, visit

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What to expect from marriage counseling

Q...Dr. Ron... My wife and I are considering marriage counseling, but I'm hesitant to begin because I have known quite a few couples that have broken up shortly after counseling... Also, isn't it always best to stay together for the sake of the kids? A...The aim of marriage/couples counseling, in my opinion, is not always to help reconcile a relationship, but often to help a relatioship break-up as painlessly as possible. While reconciling a relatioship is the most commom expectancy from therapy, the main job of the therapist is to offer a safe and neutral space for both parties to explore the thinking and behaviors that have led each other to be in the situation they are currently in. Once this is established, a committment to change some thinking and behavior is needed to help establish the foundation for a new healthier relationship. However as often as it may be, one or both parties can't or won't commit to the necessary changes to help establish a healthy relationship, and a termination of the relationship will ensue... What is even worse; however, is when both parties remain together, offering no substantial changes, making each other miserable for the rest of their lives. As far as keeping

living together in a hostile, tension filled environment is even worse. If the parents are good, consistant parents, the negative impact of divorce is often minimal. I hope this has helped you understand the realities of therapy, and how they matched your expectancies..... Good Luck.

things together for the sake of the children..., well this of course is a major consideration, but studies have shown that although divorce does indeed impact the child,

Dr. Ron Dr. Ron is a Licensed Psychologist with a Private Practice in Hallandale Beach, Florida... You can reach him at 954 270 4226 or e-mail

Urgent Need for O Negative Blood

Due to extremely high usage by area hospitals the supply of O Negative blood has reached extremely low levels. An appeal is being issued for all O Negative donors to donate at Floridaʼs Blood Centers as soon as possible . O Negative blood is the universal blood type meaning any patient can receive O Negative blood regardless of the recipients blood type. O Negative is critical for trauma patients, premature babies and emergency surgeries. O Negative donors can donate at any Floridaʼs Blood Centers location or on any Big Red Bus. Call toll free 1-888-9DONATE for more information or to make an appointment. If you don’t know your blood type, the best way to find out is to donate blood!

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Mount Sinai Medical Center welcomes Jason Jacobson, M.D., Nirat Beohar, M.D.

MIAMI BEACH - Mount Sinai Medical Center has appointed Jason T. Jacobson, M.D., director of electrophysiology for the Columbia University Division of Cardiology at Mount Sinai Heart Institute. He is also an assistant professor at the Columbia University Division of Cardiology. Also, Nirat Beohar, M.D., has been appointed director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at Mount Sinai Heart Institute and the Columbia University Division of Cardiology at Mount Sinai in Miami Beach. He is also medical director of the hospitalʼs Structural Heart Disease Program, and Program Director of the interventional cardiology training program. Dr. Jacobson is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders, such as atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia in structural heart disease, supraventricular tachycardia, and other forms of arrhythmia. He also is skilled at cardiac catheter ablation, a minimally invasive technique used to access the inner (endocardial) or outer (epicardial) surface of the heart and ablate, or destroy, diseased tissue in the treatment of arrhythmias. He also has expertise in the implantation of cardiac rhythm management devices such as pacemakers, implantable cardiac defibrillators and cardiac resynchronization devices. Dr. Jacobson is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Medicine. He completed his medical internship and residency at Weill Medical College-New York Presbyterian Hospital. He also completed fellowships in cardiology, electrophysiology research and clinical cardiac electrophysiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Board certified in clinical cardiac electrophysiology and cardiology, Dr. Jacobson most recently was director of the Ventricular Arrhythmia Ablation Program at Northwestern Universityʼs Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, where he also was an assistant professor. Board certified in interventional cardiology, nuclear cardiology, CT angiography and cardiology, Dr. Beohar also is an

Jason T. Jacobson, M.D.

Nirat Beohar, M.D.,

associate professor at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. Prior to joining Mount Sinai-Columbia, he was an interventional cardiologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, and associate professor of medicine at Northwestern Universityʼs Feinberg School of Medicine. He previously was the director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at the Veterans Administration Lakeside Hospital in Chicago. Dr. Beohar has devoted his career to the use and development of catheterbased therapies for the treatment of heart disease. He has extensive expertise in implanting catheter-delivered heart aortic valves and is an expert in treating complex coronary conditions such as left main and multivessel disease, as well as chronic total occlusions. Dr. Beohar has expertise with devices to close atrial septal defects, PFOs, and other intracardiac shunts. For patients in cardiogenic shock, he implants left ventricular assist devices such as the Tandem heart and Im-

pella. He also is skilled in transseptal catheterization, a highly specialized technique used to access the left side of the heart to treat structural heart disease. Additionally, he has had experience with percutaneous therapies for peripheral vascular disease. Dr. Beohar completed a fellowship in interventional cardiology at the Feinberg Medical School and a cardiology fellowship at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He also was a visiting fellow at the Laboratory of Molecular Cardiology at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, and completed post graduate training in internal medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Dr. Beohar has had considerable experience with translational and clinical research and has published extensively in major medical journals including the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Circulation, and the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC).

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1 BD. 1.5 BA., OCEAN VIEW A Must See Furnished Or Unfurn. Condo, Eat-In Kitchen, New Tiled Bathroom, Impact Sliding Doors To Large Patio From Bedroom & Living Rooms. Unit Is Located Near Elevator, 15th Floor. No Pets. $1300 Per Month Yearly. Seasonal Rent Available! Can Be Shown Now! Avail. January 2012

– AMENITIES – Restaurant, Library, Whirlpool, Large Swimming Pool, Tennis, Exercise Room, Gym & Sauna, Valet, Covered Parking & 24 Hour Security. *(Total) maintenance included.

By Owner: 305-944-1880 – – 954-458-0635 – South Florida Sun-Times Classified /Thursday, November 3, 2011 Page 7C

Martin J. Hoffman P.A., Bkr. Assoc.


(954) CAROL ATLAS Realtor Associate 478-0478

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3/3.5 Condo Huge 2000 sf, move-in condition. Completely  renovated, ground floor on golf course, new furniture. Low maint. - $410 month. Drastically Reduced To $135,900!! 2/2 1300 sf, high floor, 55+,Sgolf view. Asking $68,900. OLD 2/2 Lanai, 1300 sq. ft. ground floor, 55+ building, $60,000 in upgrades. Crazy Reduced at $89,500!!  2/2 Venetian Park T.H., 3 Islands, Beach, 2-story, LD SOHallandale 1800 sq. ft. Asking $235K

Beautifully Updated 2/2 with Ocean Views, Bamboo Floors, Granite Counters Priced to Sell! Seasonal Rentals Available

Call Me Today! Lydia Sweatt, Broker

3505 South Ocean Drive #CU4A, Hollywood, FL 33019


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(954) 923-1425

Broker Associate

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FOR SALE - Imperial Towers 1/1, 3rd Fl, totally renov. 1825 Bldg.•••••$139,900 1/1.5, 5th Fl, Also Rent $900 nego. $117,500 FIRM! 1/1,10th Fl, Awesome Vus, Completely Upgraded & Furn. S/S & Granite Kitchen. A Must See Unit!! Buy Of The Year•••••••••••••••••• $134,900 1/1.5, 3rd Fl awesome view fully furn• • • • $134,900 1/1.5, 4th Fl For RENT• • • • • • • • • • • $875.00 mo.

Seasonal Rentals Available!

We Specialize In Waterfront Properties! Large 2/2 NE Corner With Beautiful Unobstructed View Of Intracoastal On 12th Flr. Remodeled. Great Investment. Priced To Sell At $289,500. Call For Appointment (954) 404-7394 • Direct (954) 663-1333 We are centrally located at 3505 S. Ocean Dr., Hwd., FL 33019

If You Are Looking For A Quick Sale, I Have $$$ Buyers Looking For Properties. Call Me Today! THESE PROPERTIES ARE CURRENTLY LISTED WITH ME OR OTHER AGENTS IN THE MLS.

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I Have Been Successfully Helping Buyers & Sellers Since 1985. The Keyes Co. Started Doing Business in Florida Since 1926. We Have 24 Branch Offices Located All Over Florida. The Keyes Co. Consistently Ranks Among The Top 100 Real Estate Companies In The Country In Both Sales and Volume.



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OPEN HOUSE NOV. 6th - 5430 SW 39 Way, 1-4:30 p.m. - Shady Ridge 4 Br. 4 Ba. + office & playroom (huge home), 2-car garage, baketball court, huge 9 ft. pool. Wood burning fireplace with brick wall. Approx. 1 acre & 1/3, which incls. separate deed to extra 1/2 lot. Priced Reduced to $699,999!! BANK OWNED - 2/2 minutes to Beaches, tile & wood floors. Very Spacious Condo. $54,900 CARRIAGE HILLS VILLA - Spacious 2/2 Villa. Priced to sell fast, $ Offers, 24-hr. sec., HOPA development. Call Today! Only $69,900 8 UNITS, $560,000. Hollywood, 6 (1) + 2 (2). Great Rental. Custom built. Cash Offer Only!! 3701 SW 43rd Ave. Home for Rent $975. 2/1 Spacious, family room, new tile flooring, cental air, wood cabinets, fenced yard. BANK OWNED Sherbrooke Townhome, minutes to Beaches 3/2, $132,900.



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LE MER ESTATES PARKER PLAZA ESTATES AVANT GARDE Spacious 2/2 + Den corner wrap. Short Sale $150,000. Make Offer! Smaller 2/2’s & One Bedroom Convertibles w/ 2 full baths. Great complex across from Ocean, 15 mins. from Ft. Laud. Airport, 10 mins. to Avenutra Mall.

MOTEL/HOLLYWOOD With 2/1 Single family home that can be owner-occupied, or rented for additional income. 7 Units + house $590,000.

HEMISPHERES Oceanfront Bldg. Spacious 2/2 cor. unit, Intracoastal views. Complex has it all. Marina, restaurants. SHORT SALE $215K


Ocean Direct 1/1.5, completely updated $399,000.

FOURPLEX HALLANDALE East of US-1. Double Lot/OK to build additional units. Ideal for Owner/Operator, $315,000.

1800 sq. ft. 2 Br. 2.5 Ba. Completely upgraded with Ocean direct views. $499,000

PARKER PLAZA Direct Ocean Views 1/1.5, completely upgraded, $399,000.


TLC, $165,000



Spacious 2/2 with water views. Cov. prkng. Needs work. $115K. Nice complex opposite the Diplomat Golf & Country Club. Convenient to Beaches, Shopping & Airport.

Seasonal. Furnished 3/4.5 With Spectacular Ocean Direct Views.


Others Available! Call For Info!

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Commission Meeting Dates

• 11/2/2011 - Regular City Commission Meeting, 1:00 & 7:00 PM. Commission Chambers. • 11/7/2011 - 2012 Legislative Session Luncheon/Special Meeting 12:00 PM. City Hall Room 257. • 11/14/2011 - City Comm./City Mgr. Workshop. 6:00 PM. Commission Chambers. • 11/16/2011 - Special City Comm. Workshop. 12:00 PM. City Hall Room 257. • 11/16/2011 - Regular City Commission Meeting. 6:00 PM. Commission Chambers. PUBLIC MEETING CALENDAR • 11/3/2011 - Special Magistrate Code Enforcement. 10:00 AM. Commission Chambers. • 11/8/2011 - Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. 10:00 AM. Cultural Community Center. • 11/9/2011 - Civil Service Advisory Board. 10:00 AM. Commission Chambers. • 11/10/2011 - Beautification Advisory Board. 9:45 AM. Water Plant Building-1st Floor. • 11/10/2011 - Code & Permitting Advisory Committee. 3:30 PM. City Hall Room 145. • 11/10/2011 - Human Services Advisory Committee. 6:00 PM. Austin Hepburn Center. • 11/14/2011 - Education Advisory Committee. 4:00 PM. Cultural Community Center. • 11/14/2011- Golden Isles Safe Neighborhood District Advisory Council. 9:30AM. Cultural Community Center. • 11/22/2011 - Public Transportation/Flood Mitigation Advisory Board. 9:30 AM. City Hall Room 145. • 11/23/2011 - Planning & Zoning Advisory Board. 1:30 PM. Commission Chambers. • 11/28/2011 - Police and Fire Pension Board. 3:00 PM. Cultural Community Center. • 11/28/2011 - Historic Preservation Advisory Board. 6:30 PM Curci House. • Marine Advisory Committee (NO MEETING). • Unsafe Structures Board (NO MEETING).

Fire Hydrant Flushing

Hallandale Beach Fire Rescue will be flushing Fire Hydrants in the Southwest section of the City from November 13 to December 18. This process is necessary to ensure, for your safety, there is adequate water pressure and flow in the event of a fire. Flushing the hydrants may temporarily cause an orange tint to your water. This in no way indicates any contamination of the water but may cause discoloration in your wash and is only a temporary condition. During this period, please open your faucets and check for discolored water. Should the water continue to run discoloration longer than five to ten minutes please contact the Water Department at (954)457-1632.

CHARTER REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETINGS • Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011 – 3:00 PM. • Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011 – 9:00 AM. • Friday. Nov. 4, 2011 – 3:00 PM. • Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011 – 3:00 PM. • Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011 – 6:00 PM. • Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 – 1:00 PM. • Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011 – 6:00 PM. • Wednesday, Nov. 30 ,2011 – 6:00 PM. • Friday, Dec. 2, 2011 – 3:00 PM.


– 954-458-0635 – –

Make plans to see this Hallandale Beach landmark this weekend


This weekend will be special in Hallandale Beach as the landmark Curci House will open its doors for tours on Saturday, Nov. 5, and Sunday, Nov. 6 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Located at 324 S.W. 2nd Ave., the tours, provided by members of the City of Hallandale Beach Historical Preservation Board, takes visitors into this unique world that began in 1907 when Frank Anthony Curci, with his wife, Rosina and three small children, settled in Hallandale Beach at S.W. 5th Ave.and W. Dixie Highway. As a pioneer family, they struggled, yet grew prosperous by reinvesting their family profits into land purchases, which they used for additional tomato fields and fruit groves. As the family grew to a total of 11 children, so did Curci's vision as he expanded into the construction business. Mr. Curci spoke five languages and was also an accomplished violinist, displaying his talents with the John Phillip Sousa Orchestra during the 1896 grand opening of the Henry Flagler

Royal Palm Hotel in Miami. In 1924, the family built their dream home, "Villa Providence," on their 11acre site. The Mediterranean style villa was constructed of concrete

filled terra-cotta block walls, with Dade pine floors and imported Cuban tile details throughout. The most extraordinary feature was the array of imported Italian color glass that

was imbedded in the exterior stucco finish. The Italian glass sparkled in the sunlight and glowed in the moonlight. In 1926, when the Great Hurricane hit, dozens of nearby residents sought shelter with the family as their homes were damaged or destroyed. The Curci home stood strong, sustaining only minor damage, Frank, Rosina and family lived in the home until the early 1950s. For more information, call the Department of Parks & Recreation at 954-457-1452.

Residential yard waste collection information and schedule Vegetative Debris Only: Limbs, leaves, grass, clippings, trunks less that 6 inch in diameter No trash, treated wood or construction debris. SCHEDULE: November 7 - Northwest. Set materials out before 7:00am on Monday for pick-up sometime that week. Maximum of 6 cubic yards allowed. For more information call the Department of Public Works at (954) 457-1616.

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Dinner club tips: Mussel up your menu

(ARA) - Dinner clubs have been a popular activity for many Americans for decades. And why not? Combining the best of fabulous food and good friends with whom to share it, dinner clubs (or supper clubs as they are sometimes known) provide a regular opportunity for group members to get together and enjoy delicious meals together. Whether you're a seasoned pro or wanting to try a dinner club for the first time, there is bound to be some anxiety over what to prepare. This is where the versatility of Prince Edward Island (PEI) mussels can get your creative culinary juices flowing. "These mussels really offer something for dinner club hosts from all skill levels," says Chef Lindsay Cameron Wilson, the official chef of the Mussel Industry Council's website "Whether you're a novice wanting to do a dish that seems a bit exotic but remains easy to prepare, or a pro in the kitchen wanting to explore new flavor territory, there's a mussel recipe for you." For the uninitiated, shellfish dishes some-

gathering or for a healthy meal at home. With recipes from the flavor capitals of the world, you'll find numerous ways to prepare these delicious and sustainable mussels from PEI.

ciated with mussels, and as a bonus it pairs wonderfully with many different wines - another fun element of many dinner clubs." Many dinner clubs are themed and offer meals from a different part of the world each month. The wonderful flavors of fresh mussels are as at home in classic European dishes like mussels Provencal as they are in sweet Thai dishes, exotic Asian dishes or spicy dishes like mussel laksa from India. The Canadian Mussel Industry Council website at is home to a wealth of recipes to try for your next dinner club

times seem daunting, but are often easier to prepare than first thought. For a simple yet impressive recipe, Chef Lindsay recommends Mussels with Greens and Blue Cheese. For a more complex recipe that is very rewarding, she suggests dinner club enthusiasts try Mediterranean Mussel Salad. "As these recipes show, one of the great things about PEI mussels is their versatility," says Linda Duncan, executive director of the Mussel Industry Council. "The meat is plump, sweet and tender and lends itself to a variety of dishes from around the world. There's a rich flavor profile asso-

MUSSELS WITH GREENS AND BLUE CHEESE 5 pounds fresh PEI mussels 2 tablespoons olive oil 7 ounces pancetta, prosciutto or bacon, diced 2 shallots, minced 1 cup white wine Juice and zest of one lemon 7 ounces creamy blue cheese Arugula, spinach or watercress (large) Sea salt and pepper to taste Crusty bread to serve Rinse fresh blue mussels in tap water and set aside. Discard any mussel that does not close after being rinsed. Heat oil in a large pan over medium-high heat. Add pancetta, prosciutto or bacon and cook, stirring occasionally, until crispy. Add shallot and cook, stirring, for two to three minutes more. Add white wine, lemon juice and

blue cheese. Stir briefly, then add mussels. Cover and leave to steam for five to seven minutes, or until mussels are open. Discard any mussels that do not open. Toss in greens and salt and pepper to taste. Transfer to a serving platter and garnish with lemon zest. Serve with slices of crusty bread. MEDITERRANEAN MUSSEL SALAD 5 cups baby spinach, chiffonade (leaves sliced finely into long strips) 2/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon chopped fresh tarragon 2 teaspoons natural honey 1 cup cooked fresh PEI mussels, shucked and chopped 1/4 cup lemon juice and zest 1/4 cup cucumbers, finely diced 1/4 cup tomatoes, finely diced 1/2 cup red and yellow peppers, finely diced 3 tablespoons kalamata or black olives, pitted and sliced 1 tablespoon chopped fresh basil 2 teaspoons fresh whole grain mustard

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Combine the spinach and tarragon in a large bowl. Lightly toss spinach and tarragon with the olive oil (1/4 cup oil blended with the honey). Season with salt and pepper and set aside in the refrigerator. Wash the fresh blue mussels in cold water. Set aside, discard any that do not close. Steam mussels in a covered pot until they open up (five to seven minutes), discarding any mussels that do not open. Remove meat from shells and set aside. Combine lemon juice, mustard, and herbs. Whisk in 1/3 cup olive oil in a light stream until fully incorporated. In a separate bowl, combine mussels, cucumber, tomatoes, peppers and black olives. Gently toss with the prepared vinaigrette. Set in the refrigerator for one hour to allow the flavors to combine. Season the chilled salad with salt and black pepper. Garnish with feta cheese and serve immediately.




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