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June 17, 2005 250


Inside


County

News:


The deadline for nomi-
nations for the City
Beautification Awards is
approaching. Looking
for something to do?
Play shuffleboard in
St.Petersburg. See page
3 for these stories and
more.


Sports:


The Rays managed to
pick up a couple of wins
this week after manager
Lou Piniella lashed out
at the club's ownership.
Check page 8 for more
details on the team.


Recipe:

Summer time means
salad time. See page 8
for an easy salad that is
sure to have you saying
merci beaucoup!
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NAACP leader



wants "Control



of own destiny"


Photo by
Darryl Rouson, president of the NAACP's St. Petersburg chapter,
the members of the Suncoast Tiger Bay club at the Vinoy Countr
Thursday, June 9. Rouson made the announcement that he wan
Midtown, a section of St. Petersburg that is 80 percent African-i
secede from St. Petersburg.


By Scott Afasano
Staff Writer
Last Thursday, June 9, Darryl
Rouson, president of the NAACP St.
Petersburg chapter, got fierce at a
meeting of the Suncoast Tiger Bay
Club at the Vinoy Country Club.
Rouson intended to begin his speech
by talking about his desire for
annexation of Midtown from St.
Petersburg. Instead, a fiery Rouson
took verbal shots at somebody in
attendance.
That somebody was Leo
Calzadilla, who owns Purple Haze
Tobacco & Accessories in midtown.
Calzadilla was confronted by Rou-
son over a year ago about selling
tobacco pipes that, according to
Rouson, were being used for smok-
ing marijuana and crack cocaine.
The confrontation led to probation
for Rouson. Part of his probation
forbids him to come within a certain
distance of Calzadilla.
"The chump that's in the room
today has the nerve to come here
knowing what we went through,"
said an angry Rouson. "Knowing
that being here could violate my
probation."
Rouson went even further, say-
ing that he wouldn't allow courts to
dictate his feelings or his intentions.
"God put me on probation
March 17, 1998 when he called me
up and delivered me from alcohol,
cocaine and .cigarettes," he
explained. "I'm worried about him
(God) revoking my probation if I
don't go back inm that store. The
police may not be able to stop you,
but the community can. And I'll
spearhead it."
His emotional roller coaster
appeared to be on over drive. After a
few minutes, however, Rouson
calmed down a bit.
"I am happy," Rouson said
smiling. "Is that a contradiction in
terms? I'm happy, but I learned a
long time ago that anger can be a
motivating factor."
'Eventually, his speech last
Thursday focused on what he
believes has been a lack of consider-
ation for the black community's
input on city matters. He also spoke
regarding his idea to have Midtown
annexed from St. Petersburg, with
African-American's managing it.
"We just want control over what
the city has given us," he said of
Midtown. "Republicans say that
small government is better. This will
be a small government."
Rouson wants a government in
Midtown that appeals and meets the
needs of his fellow African-Ameri-


Scott Afasano
speaks to
y Club on
its to see
American,


can community members.
"Give us control of our own tax
dollars so that we don't have to
watch the mayor give money to help
restore the Pier and the Mahaffey,
rather than take care of the people in
Midtown," he said.
If the African-American com-
munity in Midtown receives control,
Rouson suggested taxing Tropicana
Field to help fix up its surrounding
area.
"After the dome was built, 65
percent of, black owned businesses
closed or relocated," explained Rou-
son. "We could tax the dome and
include it in Midtown. Just give us
control of our own destiny."
That destiny, Rouson believes,
has to start with allowing black
community members a say in the
decision making process.
"The more things change the
more they stay the same," said Rou-
son referring, to the progression of
African-Americans over time. "We
feel like exiles in our community.
We are not participants or sought
after in commercial, political or
social circles in our city."
This is the reason Rouson feels
that he needs to attack these issues
rather than just be patient and wait
for them to resolve themselves. He
feels there is progress being made,
but that the journey is still a: long',
one.
"I respect Mayor Baker," said
Rouson. "I just feel we need to do
more. We are moving up the high-
way of freedom to the city of equal-
ity. We can taste the goodness of
what the mayor is doing in Mid-
town."
Rouson made it clear that he
wasn't going to sit around and wait
for that goodness to move on its
own.
"The social revolution taking
place can be summarized in three
words: All, Here, and Now," bel-
lowed Rouson. "We want all of our
rights and all of our entitlements as
citizens and residents of the commu-
nity. And we want them here and we
want them now."
The changes the society 'and his
community must make, will involve
a community effort by everyone
involved, no matter what color the
skin.
"We as a black community have
to take responsibility as well," said
Rouson. "We can't just blame the
white folks for our problems. I love
St. Pete. I wouldn't want to be any-
where else. And. I'll do everything in
my power to continue to push to be
the best that we can be as a city."


Local companies




face "Crossroads




about land use


By Carter Chase
Staff Writer
Clearwater based Boulder Ven-
ture South,.,LLC reaffirmed this
week that its plan to build a $140
million mixed-use town center in
Largo, on the site where the decrepit
Crossroads Mall now sits, cannot
coexist with plans by Pinch-A-
Penny to build its headquarters on
adjacent vacant property.
Both companies presented their
proposals to Largo residents during
a community meeting held on Mon-
day at the Pinellas Technical Educa-
tion Center. About 120 people
attended the meeting to discuss the
proposed land use changes for the
area at Roosevelt Boulevard and
U.S. 19.
Cepcot Corporation, a wholly
owned subsidiary of Pinch-A-
Penny, is under contract to buy 29
acres of county land to build offices,
a warehouse and a chemical manu-
facturing and distribution facility
next door to the land that Boulder
owns.
Fred Thomas, the founder of
Pinch-A-Penny, whose headquarters
is currently located on 62nd Street
North in Clearwater, said the pool
retailer's plan'to relocate its head-
quarters is its final attempt to keep
the business based in Pinellas Coun-
ty.
"We don't have the room to stay
where we are at," said Thomas.
"There is plenty of land available in
west Pasco and eastern Hillsborough
County. If we don't get the land use
changes approved, we have to leave.
I don't want that."


On its property, Boulder is plan- more concern
ning to build 500,000 square feet of traffic problem:
retail shops, 76,500 square feet of quality of life
offices and 180 residential units. mentofthear
The company also intends to build a attending the
movie theater, a hotel and a parking larly interest
garage with more than 200 spaces. jobs would b
John Sabow, Boulder's director redevelopment
of development, said his company's "We need
vision will be damaged if land use several of the
changes are granted that will allow' Sabow sa
Pinch-A-Penny to proceed with its the Crossroad
plan. less" with Lar
"We feel that the two properties future growth
cannot adequately coexist with each concept*will c
other," said Sabow. Pinch-A-
If land use changes are C.E.O. John
approved for his Pinch-A-Penny pany intends t
headquarters, Thomas said he the next five t
believed a town center could still be Currently
constructed. employs abou
"I don't believe anything we are cent of whom
doing could keep the town center the land u
from being built," said Thomas. approved and
Sabow said Boulder would to move, said
have to redesign its entire project The Larg
should Pinch-A-Penny be allowed to and the Large
proceed with its plan and had no now consider
problem stating the reason why he from those wl
hopes the land use changes aren't meeting and
approved for Pinch-A-Penny. ings in July
"It's all about money," said discuss the lan
Sabow. Regardless
Boulder is worried that the the land use
value of its property will be lessened for Pinch-A-
should the land use code for the Boulder Vent
adjacent property be changed from land.
Residential Urban to Industrial Lim- "We will
ited to accommodate Pinch-A- said Sabow. "
Penny. citizens of L
Those attending the meeting what they war
appeared less concerned with the
financial implications involved with
the proposed land use changes and


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ms, safety issues and
issues that redevelop-
ea could create. Many
meeting were particv-
ed in how many new
e associated with the
it.
jobs in this area," said
meetings attendees.
aid Boulder's plan for
Is Mall area is "seam-
go's strategicplan for
h and added that the
reate 1200 jobs.
Penny President and
Thomas said his com-
to add 400 jobs within
o 10 years.
r, the company
it 300 people, 90 per-
will lose their jobs if
ise changes aren't
the business is forced
Thomas.
go City' Commission
Planning Board will
r feedback received
ho attended Monday's
will hold public hear-
and August to further
id use changes.
$s of whether or not
changes are approved
*Penny, Sabow said
ure will develop its

build on this land,"
It's just a matter of the
argo telling the city
It."


Photo by Carter Chase
.Jhn Sabow, director of development for Boulder Venture South, LLC explains his company's plans for redevelopment
at the site of the Crossroads Mall during a community meeting on Monday. Boulder plans to build a new town center on
the land that will feature retail shops, offices, condos and a movie theater.


Volunteers invited to assist with community clean up


Clearwater Police Department's "AmeriCorps
Clearwater" program is looking for volunteers to help
with a community clean up on Saturday, June 18th from
8:30 a.m. to noon. The focus of the residential beautifi-
cation effort will be in a southwest neighborhood known
as South Greenwood, bordered by Lakeview Road to the
north, Howard Court to the south, Missouri Avenue to
the east, and the CSX Railroad tracks along the western
border.
"AmeriCorps Clearwater can be considered as the
domestic Peace Corps," explained Program Director
Katerina Gerakios. "People join our program to help
others, and a big part of our mission is to foster citizen
responsibility and build community unity. This clean up


is a worthwhile project that focuses on neighborhood
building, resource sharing, health and beautification."
Volunteers will meet at the Ross Norton Recreation
Complex at 1426 South Martin Luther King Avenue at
8:30 a.m. There will be free doughnuts, pizza, refresh-
ments, and give-aways for the participants. Sponsors
and partners include the South Clearwater Citizens for
Progressive Action, Keep Pinellas Beautiful, Papa
John's Pizza, Volunteer Florida, and the city's Neigh-
borhood Services Division.
Those interested in helping with the beautification
project, or for additional details, please call Katerina
Gerakios at (727) 562-4142.














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06/17 06/19/05 RAYS vs. STL. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS
or www.devilrays.com
06/23 06/25/05 H.M.S. BOUNTY / PITCAIRN CONFERENCE.
The Pier, 800 2nd Ave NE. Dockside Eatery and Dockside Activity Room.
3-day conference, art exhibits and the Pitcairn Market, vendors and sou-
venirs. Focusing on the Mutiny on the Bounty and the people of Pitcairn
Island, descendents of the mutineers. 727-821-6443.
06/24 06/26/05 RAYS vs. FLA. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS
or www.devilrays.com
06/25/05 THIRD ANNUAL ST. PETE PRIDE CELEBRATION
Parade & Street Festival. Grand Central District, Central Ave. between 19th
and 31st Streets. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Street Fest along Central from 24th St. to
27th St. with vendors and entertainment on two stage. 727-365-0544.
06/25/05 CLASSIC AUTO SHOW. The Pier, 800 2nd Ave NE.
Noon to 8 p.m. Benefits the Children's Miracle Network. 727-821-6443.
06/27 06/29-05 RAYS vs. TOR. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-
RAYS or www.devilrays.com
06/2005 REAL ME N COOK TAMPA BAY. Coliseum & The
Pier. Date & details to be announced. National family celebration observed
on Father's Day; started in Chicago in 1989, now celebrated in 12 U.S. mar-
kets, adding St. Petersburg in 2005. Salutes men who work to support their
family, participate in community life, chauffeur their children around, help
with homework and cooking. Real Men Cook honors the entire family, no
matter what the configuration. Proceeds to benefit Prostate Cancer Net-
work, Seat Belt Safety,
07/01/05 GET DOWN TOWN / First Friday. Street party on Central
Ave. from 2nd to 3rd St. 5:30 to 10 p.m. on First Friday monthly. Free, live
music, band to be announced. 727-871-4811.
07/02/05 CAMPBELL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOC. COM-
MUNITY PRIDE CELEBRATION. Campbell Park / McLin Pool parking
lot, 1201 7th Ave. S. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Educational workshops, swimming,
family center tours and refreshments. Emphasis on family fun, literacy,
neighbors helping neighbors. Free. 727-894-6880.
07/03. 07/10, 07/17, 07/24, 07/31/05 MUSIC FEST ON THE
WATER. The Pier, 800 2nd Ave. NE. Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. Free, live music
in the courtyard. Classic rock, jazz, country and island sounds. Entertainers
to be announced. 727-821-6443.
07/04/05 FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION. St. Petersburg
Downtown waterfront Straub & Vinoy Parks and The Pier. Tentative
details: MIX 100.7 and Clear Channel Radio sponsor live entertainment,
family activities and fireworks. 93.3 FM concerts and family fun at The Pier
start at noon. Mix 100.7 activities and music in North Straub Park begin at
5 p.m. 95.7 The Beat presents music and activities in Vinoy Park. FIRE-
WORKS above Spa Beach, scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. weather permitting.
No rain date. 727-893-7441.
07/09/05 MONTHLY GALLERY WALK. Extended evening hours
at participating galleries throughout downtown, 5,30 to 9 p.m. See and'
acquire some of the area's ffinest art; meet gallery owners and artists.
Downtown Arts Association, 727-821-6767 or www.stpetearts.com
07/09, 07/10/05 BUCCANEERS CAT FANCIERS 30TH
ANNIVERSARY SHOW. Coliseum, 535 4th Ave. N. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. $6
adults; $5 seniors; $4 children under 12. 727-892-5202 or 522-0936.
07/10/05 SHARE THE ROAD RIDE. Starts at North Shore Pool &
Park, 901 North Shore Drive NE. 7 a.m. to noon. Organized, escorted
bicycle ride along 10-mile and 20-mile main courses and 6.5-mile family
course to promote cycling throughout the community. Helmets required.
$20 donation. 727-582-1910 or www.sharetheroadride.com
07/16/05 TALENT SEARCH EXPO. Palladium Theater, 253 5th
Ave. N. 7 to 9:30 p.m. Everyone's Youth United presents its semi-annual
showcase of local youth talent, music and art performances. Admission, $10
donation. 727-321-0060.
07/17/05 SECOND ANNUAL REEBOK WOMEN'S TRIATHLON
SERIES. Spa Beach Park, 615 2nd Ave. NE (near The Pier approach). 7
a.m. to 1 p.m. Events for women ages 11 to 75: Sprint Distance (.75k ,swim,
20k bike, 5k run) for individuals and relay teams; SupeiSprint (half
distances); and Reebok MULTI-SPORT EXPERIENCE. Register on Fri.
July 16. $70 entry fee. Spectators free. Proceeds benefit Ovarian Cancer
Research Furfd and St..Anthony's Health Care. 1-800-509-5525.
07/22 07/24/05 RAYS vs. BAL. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS
or wiww.devilrays.com
07/23 07/24/05 COOL ART SHOW. Coliseum, 535 4th Ave. N. 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Accomplished artists gather together in a cool atmosphere in,
the heat of the summer.. Refreshing break from outdoor exhibitions, the
Professional Association of Visual Artists' 17th annual show features fine
artists in painting, jewelry, sculpture and photography and more. Box
Office: 727-892-5202.
07/25 07/27/05 RAYS vs. BOS. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-
RAYS or www.devilrays.com
07/28 -07/31 RAYS VS. KC. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
07/30/05 FLORIDA FISHING SCHOOL. Coliseum, 535 4th Ave.
N. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Local, experts, outdoors writer Terry Tomalin and friends
share tips and secrets on where and when to fish and how to land that big
one. Showcase of boating displays, fishing gear and supplies. $2. 727-892-
5252.
08/05 WARP TOUR '05. Vinoy Park, Bayshore Dr. & 7th Ave. N.E.
Jannus Produclions presents 11th annual touring act featuring the nation's
largest alternative rock bands. $26.50 in advance. 727-896-2276.
08/5/05 GET DOWN TOWN / First Friday Street party on Central
Ave. from 2nd to 3rd St. 5:30 to 10 p.m. on First Friday monthly. Free, live
music, band to be announced. 727-871-4811.
08/06/05 Cihilan Club FISH-A-THON. Lake Jorgenson, 10th Ave.
N. & 37th St. (behind Main Library) 9 to 11 a.m. 58th angling event for
children age 12 and under. Cane poles, live bait and prizes provided. Free.
S727-892-5874.
08/06 05/07/05- SUNCOAST AVIAN SOCIETY 30th EXOTIC
PET AND BIRD SHOW. Coliseum, 535 4th Ave. N. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Judging of exotic species; 727-892-5202.
08/13 MONTHLY GALLERY WALK Extended evening hours at
participating galleries throughout downtown, 5:30 to 9 p.m. See and acquire
some of the area's finest art; meet gallery owners and artists. Downtown
Arts Association, 727-821-6767 or www.stpetearts.com
08/15 08/17 RAYS vs. NYY. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
08/19 08/21 RAYS vs. TEX. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
08/22 08/25 RAYS vs. CLE Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
08/26 -08/28 RAYS vs. LAA. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
09/02 GET DOWN TOWN/First Friday Street party on Central Ave.
from 2nd to 3rd St. 5:30 to 10 p.mn. on First Friday monthly. Free, live
music, band to be announced. 727-871-4811.
09/09 -09/11 RAYS vs. TOR. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com


Clearwater
07/29 07/30/05 The City Players will present "Guys and Dolls" on
Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30, at 8pm and Sunday, July 31 at 2pm at
the Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road. The musical has been
described as a gorgeous gem of a musical, packed with excitement from
opening to closing with its famous characters, dancing and toe-tapping
music, including "Luck be a Lady," "Adelaid's Lament," and "Sit Down
You're Rocking the Boat." The production has a cast has nearly 100 local
talented performers, Broadway-style sets, full orchestra and fabulous cos-
tumes. Tickets are $20, and will be available after June 29 by calling the
Ruth Eckerd Box office at (727) 791-7400. For group ticket discount sales,
please call Alma at (727) 784-7386. Parking is free.
06/24, 07/8, 07/22/05 Here's a chance to make Friday evenings fun for
the whole family this summer. Learn about sea turtle nesting and find out
how to protect these special animals at a Sea Turtle Interpretive Program at
Sand Key Park. On select Friday nights during the months of June, July and
August, the Pinellas County Park Department will host an interactive class
and guided beach hike discussing the topic of sea turtles. Each session
includes a presentation with information such as what to do if you see a tur-
tle nest and why lights on the beach can be hazardous to baby sea turtles.
The program also includes a walk to the shore to see bird nesting areas and
sea turtle nests. A question-and-answer session follows each presentation.
Programs will take place from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on the following.Fri-
day nights. The program filled quickly the. past two years, so interested cit-
izens should call soon to reserve a spot in this popular program.
Sand Key Park is located at 1060 Gulf Blvd. in Clearwater.
07/29, 07/30, 07/31/05 The City Players will present "Guys and Dolls"
on Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30, at 8pm and Sunday, July 31 at 2pm
at the Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road.
The musical has been described as a gorgeous gem of a musical, packed
with excitement from opening to closing with its famous characters, danc-
ing and toe-tapping music, including "Luck be a Lady," "Adelaid's Lament,"
and "Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat." The production has a cast has
nearly 100 local talented performers, Broadway-style sets, full orchestra and
fabulous costumes.
Tickets are $20, and will be available after June 29 by calling the Ruth
Eckerd Box office at (727) 791-7400. For group ticket discount sales; please
call Alma at (727) 784-7386..Parking is free. For more information, call
(727) 531-8026.

Largo
06/17 08/8/05 Linda Howard: Temples of Light. The Gulf Coast
Museum of Art's extended exhibition of monumental outdoor sculpture by
seasoned artist Linda Howard will enable the frequent museum visitor an
opportunity to experience the interplay of changing ambient light with.the
elegant forms of Howard's sculptures. Howard's career of creating site-spe-
cific installations spans over 20 years, during which she has been awarded a
large number of public and private commissions. The Gulf Coast Museum
of Art, 12211 Walsingham Road is open Tuesday Saturday, 10:00 4:00
p.m.; Sunday, 12:00 4:00 p.m.; closed Monday. $5.00 adults; $4.00 seniors
(over age 62), $3.00 students; and children (10 and under) and museum
members are free. Saturday 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. are free to the public.
www.gulfcoastmuseum.org.
-06/17 07/31/05 Pinellas County High School Survey 2005 Ajuried
exhibition of work created by high school students from throughout Pinellas
County during the 2004-05 school year. This exhibition is presented in
cooperation with the office of the Art Curriculum Supervisor for Pinellas
County, and features work submitted by public and private high school stu-
dents in two and three-dimensional media. The juror for this exhibition was
Teresa.Winston, artist, master art teacher and department chairperson at
Blake School of the Arts in Tampa.
07/11 and 08/08/05 City of Largo Athletics staff will introduce your
little athlete to a variety of different sports that focus on skill building, team-
work, and sportsmanship. 'Each session is four weeks. Sessions begin July
'11, and August 8.
Classes are open to ages 3-5. Classes will be on Monday from 6:30 -
7:15 pm. The cost for each 4-week session is $20 with a Largo resident
recreation card and $25 % ith a non-resident recreation card. For more infor-
mation, please call 518-3022.
07/10-08/14/05 Studioworks Exhibition This annual juried exhibition
presents the work of the Museum's studio class instructors and students. It
is designed to demonstrate the strength of the Museum's teaching program,
offered in partnership with St. Petersburg College. Media included in the
exhibition are painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and mixed media.

Seminole

Ongoing Smnall businesses in Seminole, Largo and Clearwater area
looking to grow their business are invited to attend a weekly meeting of the
Seminole Chapter of the Ali Lassen's Leads Club. The Club is a national
organization designed to help local business people build their respective
businesses through quality referrals from other Chapter members. The Semi-
nole Chapteirmeets-each Wednesday morning at the Palace Restaurant, 800,
.Clearwater-Largo Road, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. For information, contact Lynne
Pfaff, Club President, at 727-559-8900 or e-mail lynnep@tampabay.rr.com.

Tampa
07/23-07/24/05 The All About Kids Back to School Bash announced
Publix Super Markets and Treat Street are tme new title sponsors of the annu-
al event. Amazing Events recently purchased the All About Kids Back to
School Bash and with new ownership and title sponsorship; the event is
looking to soar to new heights. All About Kids Back to' School Bash is held
July 23-24 at the Tampa Convention Center. Treat Street offers show-goers
the opportunity to sample great products from a large number of brands
offered at Publix Super 'Markets for Back to School lunch boxes. Many of.
the products and flavors sampled are new on the grocer's shelf and Treat
Street provides, attendees the chance to "try before they buy". Many of the
brands also offer great money saving coupons at our Treat Street Snack Zone
so you can visit your neighborhood Publix after the show to stock up on the
terrific products you've sampled. Treat Street is one of the busiest and most
popular attractions at the All About Kids Back to School Bash.
10/02 01/08/06 The Tampa Museum of Art will launch its 26th sea-
son with stunning masterpieces from the American Modernist Movement.
The exhibition, Georgia O'Keeffe and Her Time: Modern Masters from the
Lane Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston offers over 40 works by sev-
eral of the most influential American painters of the twentieth century. The
selected masterpieces for this exhibition date to the American Modernist.
movement (about 1900-1930).


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Parks and Recreation Department
receives two Swiftmud Grants;
Improvements to enhance
Sawgrass Lake Park and Joe's
Creek Greenway!
Visitors to Sawgrass Lake Park can look for-
ward to the replacement of nearly a mile of board-
walk over the next two years. The boardwalk pro-
ject will begin this month and be completed in
three phases. During construction, sections of the
boardwalk may be closed periodically as a safety
measure.
Half of the improvement project is being
funded with a $1.2 million grant from the Pinel-
las-Anclote Basin Board of the Southwest Florida
Water Management District (SWFWMD). Addi-
tional funding comes from the Penny for Pinellas
program.
The elevated boardwalk winds through beau-
tiful red maple swamps and leads into a shady oak
hammock. Covered observation platforms and a
two-story observation tower overlook Sawgrass
Lake. The environmental education center at the
park provides self-guided tour books that can be
used in conjunction with station markers along
the boardwalk trail.
Another SWFWMD grant of $295,000 will
help to pay for stormwater improvements and
habitat restoration at Joe's Creek Greenway in the
Lealman community. The grant funds 50 percent
of the total project with the balance coming from
a Community Development Block Grant and
Penny for Pinellas money.
The project includes several components that
will be completed in phases. The treatment of
stormwater flowing into Joe's Creek will improve
water quality, and the habitat restoration compo-
nent includes the removal of non-native, invasive
plants along the creek and their replacement with
native vegetation. Safety fencing, educational
kiosks and signage will also be added. Phase one
is currently under way with completion expected
by midsummer.
Pinellas County Health
Department awarded $4.4 million
HRSA grant
The United States Health Resources and Ser-
vices Administration (HRSA) has awarded the
Pinellas County Health Department a federal
Healthy Start grant worth $4.4 million in support
of a major maternal and child health project over
the next four years. The health department's inno-
vative "St. Petersburg Healthy Start Federal Pro-
ject" was chosen for funding as part of HRSA's
"Eliminating Disparities In Perinatal Health" ini-
tiative competition announced last fall.
"This funding will help us continue the
important work begun eight years ago when we
first joined the national Healthy Start Initiative,"
said Pinellas County Health Department Director
John R Heilman, MD, MPH, who described the
health department's award as "an important step
in- improving the capacity of this community's
perinatal system."
HRSA looked favorably on the Pinellas
County, Health Department's far reaching propos-
al to reduce disparities in infant mortality, perina-
tal health and interconceptional woman's health
among a select population of 12,000 African
American women living in St. Petersburg.
Collaborating with the Pinellas County
Health Department and playing important roles in
the four-year program are a host of Pinellas health
agencies, one faith-based organization, one pedi-
atrician and a local hairstyling salon/school.
A partnership consisting of All Children's
Hospital, Bayfront Medical, Center, Directions


For Mental Health, Healthy Start Coalition, Oper-
ation Par, Infinite Solutions of Tampa Bay, Inc.,
YWCA, Bethel Community Foundation, Inc., Dr.
Mariano Cibran (St. Petersburg Pediatrics) and
Manhattan Hairstyling Academy will provide
critical services including outreach, case manage-
ment, social work, counseling and health educa-
tion.
The Pinellas County Health Department's
project features an innovative program titled
"What About Mom?" that highlights interconcep-
tional care and women's health services in the
pediatrician's office. Health and social issues of
high risk mothers will be addressed and treated
during "well baby" and other infant/child appoint-
ments at Dr. Cibran's Seville (54th Ave. S.) clinic.
The veteran St. Petersburg pediatrician has agreed
to provide an examination room: private office
space and complete clinic access to a "What
About Mom?" program Registered Nurse. The
Seville office, one of five St. Petersburg Pedi-
atrics clinics, has been popular with the local
African American community since it first
opened in 1977. Dr. Cibran's medical staff cares
for approximately 200 babies at that location each
week.
"Once the baby is born, the mother's health
often gets pushed to the background," said project
director Vienna Adams. Medicaid insurance
switches from the pregnant woman to the baby at
birth, creating an insurance void for low-income
mothers. "But the Mom's health, from the
moment she gives birth until she becomes preg-
nant again, is critical for the health of her next
baby. Mom may not go to the doctor for herself,
but she will bring in her baby for checkups. 'What
About Mom?' will put us into contact with
women we might otherwise miss from the sys-
tem."
"I'm proud to be a part of this program," said
Dr. Cibran, who is the county's largest pediatric
Medicaid provider. "We're ready to go. Where's
my nurse?"
Another grant highlight is "Beauty Talk," a
pilot program designed to reach high-risk women
by offering informal counseling and perinatal
education events at Manhattan Hairsiyling
Academy (1720 16th St. N., St.) in St. Petersburg.
In addition to providing education and project
resources to customers, Academy owner Robert
Valdez will work with Healthy Start educators to
train his students as veritable "Beauty Talk" coun-
selors building an education/ outreach model on
the special relationship between African Ameri-
can women and their personal hair/nail/skin spe-
cialists during beauty treatments.
"Everybody talks to their hairdresser. We all
tell secrets and personal stories that might not
come out anywhere else," said Adams. "If the
trusted person cutting their hair has been trained-
to recognize, educate and refer high-risk women,
we'll be able to recruit women who are discon-
nected, for whatever reason, from the health care
system."
"This is very exciting for us," said Valdez,
who will also provide his facility for unique.
"Beauty Talk" peer support group meetings along
with discounted beauty services for'project area
women. "Most of our graduates stay to work right
here in the Tampa Bay area. Soon, this program
will have contacts at salons all over the area.
"Some of these women may become interest-
ed in a career in this business. We'll do everything
we can to help them pursue that dream, as well."
The program's effect on the city's minority
communities is expected to be dramatic. "Com-
munity involvement is another key part of the
federal Healthy Start project," said Gwendolyn
Reese, president of InFinite Solutions of Tampa
Bay and Consortium Consultant for the project.
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Healthy Start project will be housed and adminis-
tered through the Community Health Division,
where Director Jane Bambace oversees a host of
specialty maternal and child health projects.
including Healthy Families, Healthy Start, Father
Services and Injury & Violence Prevention. The
project will bolster the county's largest home vis-
iting outreach program in those areas of
St. Petersburg where pregnant women, their
infants and families are at highest risk.
"Our health care system generally relies on
women presenting'themselves for care in order to
be identified at risk and referred for services,"
said Pinellas County Health Department Assistant
Health Director Claude Dharamraj, MD, MPH, a
principal architect of the grant. "But many wait
too long, or do not come in at all. This project will
be aggressive in finding and reaching out to those
most at risk, when they come to bring their baby
for an appointment, when they go to the beauty
parlor, wherever we can engage them."
Shuffleboard in St. Petersburg
The NHL Strike/Lockout means the Tampa
Bay Lightning haven't played in 374 days.
Nowadays, even Lou Piniella is questioning the
merit of attending Devil Rays games, as they
muck about in the basement and try to avoid
becoming the new Montreal Expos; Yet even in
these circumstances, there were 55+ people play-
ing shuffleboard in downtown.St Petersburg last
Friday night. That's right as Arlene was threat-
ening the coast with a hurricane warning and
Flash Flood Watch,with temperatures and humid-
ity tied at 85, the St Pete Shuffle still utilized
every court that currently has lighting.
Has the Lightning/Rays deficit created a vac-
uum for you sports crazed Bay area residents?
Are you desperate for competitive activity that
you'll now form shuffleboard teams? Decide for
yourself tonight. Come out and be a part of St
Petersburg's most alternative sporting event the St
Pete Shuffle at the St. Petersburg Shuffleboard'
Club, 599 Mirror Lake Dr. N.
Some friends from Gibbs High School are
going to set up and play a set tonight. They'll start
at 9 or so, and play till 11. Brancusi plays in the
genre best classified as 'Fuzz Ambient.'
City Beautiful Award nominations
due July 1
The City Beautiful Commission is now
accepting nominations for the 39th annual City
Beautiful Awards. The Commission recognizes
outstanding achievement by commercial property
owners in landscaping, building design and main-
tenance. Properties must be within St. Petersburg
city limits and landscaping must be in place for
Sone full year. The deadline for nominations is Fri-
day, July 1. Nomination forms-are available from
the St. Petersburg Parks Department, City Hall,
City Hall in the Mall at Tyrone Square and also
online at www.stpete.org/cb. Winners will be
invited to an awards presentation in October. For
more information contact 893-7905.
The City Beautiful Commission was formed
in 1961 to assist and promote the beautification of
the city of St. Petersburg. In addition to the annu-
al awards program, the City Beautiful Commis-
sion assists with the enforcement of city statutes
concerned with property maintenance and facility
signage, supervises the city's Gift Tree and
Paving the Future (brick) programs, and, together
with the city's parks department, helps sponsor
and maintain the Gizella Kopsick Palm Arbore-
tum. The adjunct commission is comprised of 15
non-partisan members appointed by St. Peters-
burg City Council. Meetings are held on the sec-
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Page 4 Pinellas News Friday, June 17, 2005


A.. '* NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

i-. ".. ," '' ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that JW LIENS LLC, FOOTHILL
CAPITAL AS SECURED PTY
Sthe holders) of the following certificate has/have filed for a tax deed to
S. "' '... be issued thereon. The certificate number, year of issuance, property
I 'description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as
S, follows:


NOTICE OF PROCEEDING
BEFORE THE CITY OF PINELLAS PARK. FLORIDA
SPECIAL HEARING MASTER MEETING


Certificate number 11311


I. CASE NO.: 05-05-01 ,tate Fo da-
FILING DATE: May 25, 2005 County of Pinellas, State of Florida:
VIOLATION DATE: April 6. 2005
RE: VIOLATION OF PINELLAS PARK CITY CODE SMITH'S, S.V. REVISED L
SECTION(S): 12-104; 12-211
PARCEL NO: 28/30/16'86706/000/1230; Suniland No. 2 Lot 123; PARCEL: 25/31/16/83142/000/0160
7845 53rd Way
TO: NAME OF RESPONDENTSS: Wai Mui Lau Name in which assessed: JONES, JAMES


Year of issuance 2002


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DANA H. C
20239 CONCORD HILL DRIVE
the holders) of the following certificate has/havw
be issued thereon. The certificate number, year o
description, and the names in which the property
follows:


Certificate number 8973


Year o


described property in the Said certificate embraces the following de
County of Pinellas, State of Florida:


OT 16


YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT the Cityof Pinellas Park, Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property Unless
a Florida municipal corporation, shall on Thursday, July 21,2005, at 8:00 described in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the describe
A.M. or as soon thereafter as possible, hold a public hearing at City Hall, dCourt House door on thficft Wednesday in the month of June, 2005, Court
51I41 78th Avenue North, Pinellas Park, Florida, concerning the alleged Court House door on the fifth Wednesday in the month of June, 2005, Court
violations) of the above listed Section(s) by the abov-named respon- which is the 29th day of June, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. A nonrefundable cash which i
dent(s) If found in violation of the above-listed Section(s) the Special deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per F.S. 197.542 deposit
Hearing Master has the power by law to levy administrative fines of up (2). (2).
to $250 per day against you, or $500 per day for a repeat violation, for arson with a disability who needs any accomodation in If you
every day that any violation continues beyond the date set in the order of ar a pe ith isab eed a a odto you rr
the Special Hearing Master for compliance. If you desire further infr- order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you order I
the Special Hearing Master for compliance. If you desire further infor- provision of certain assistance. Within two (2) working days of the
mation about the hearing, you should immediately contact the Special to the provision of certain s NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED the pu
Hearing Master Coordinator at (727) 541-0700, extension 4216. Failure the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED the pub
to appear at this hear ing may result in the Special Hearing Master pro- please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste. please
toe this hearing may result in the Special Heang Master p 300, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (VITDD). 300, C
ceding in your absence.
Please note that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by KEN BURKE
the Special Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the Clerk of Circuit Court
above-cited hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings for such Pinellas Countiy Florida
purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes testimony and evidence which the appeal is By: MARION MICHAELS
to be based. Deputy Clerk
The City maintains a tape recording of all public hearings. In the 15002 May 27, Jun 3, 10 17, 2005 052707 15002
event that you wish to appeal a decision, the tape may or may not ade-
quately ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings; therefore, you may
wish to provide a court reporter at your own expense.
FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED. An interpreter for the hearing PUBLIC NOTICE
impaired will be made available upon requests made at least 72 hours in


advance.
10001 May 27, June 3, 10, 17, 2005 0527:



NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that JW LIENS LLC, FOOTHILL
CAPITAL AS SECURED PTY
the holders) of the following certificate hasihave filed for a tax deed t
be issued thereon. The certificate number year of issuance, property
description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as
follows:


Certificate number 10983


Year of issuance 2002


Said certificate embraces the following described property in
County of Pinellas, State of Florida:


FOREMAN'S SUB


LOT 19


PARCEL: 25/31/16/28872/000/0190

Name in which assessed: LEGGETT, BUDDY EST
C/O VINSON, LONNIE JAMES

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property
described in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the
Court House door on the fifth Wednesday in the month of June, 2005,
which is the 29th day of June, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. A nonrefundable ci
deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per F.S. 197.54
(2).

If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to yo
to the provision of certain assistance. Within two (2) working days of
the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste.
300, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (V/TDD).
KEN BUR
Clerk of Circuit Co
Pinellas County, Flor


May 27 Jun 3 10 17 2005


MARION MICHAE
Deputy Cl
0527


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DANA H. COOK
20239 CONCORD HILL DRIVE -,;. r ..:
the holden, of the iollo.l.ng cerbilalei hatha.e filed fol al i deed
be issued thereon. The certificate number, year of issuance, property
description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as
follows:


Certificate number 7354


Year of issuance 2001


You will please take notice that the Board of County Commi
27 of Pinellas County at its regular meeting of June 7, 2005 in the
Commission Assembly Room, Pinellas County Courthouse, Cle
Florida, adopted Resolution No. 05-112 re the following:

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING REVISIONS TO THE
RESIDENTIAL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ADO
PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION #97-291
DATED OCTOBER 14, 1997 AND
o RESOLUTION #05-112 DATED JUNE 7, 2005

WHEREAS, Chapter 73-493, Laws of Florida amended
26155, Special Acts of Florida, (1949) to allow the Board of
Commissioners of Pinellas County to delegate authority and resp
ity for the control over county roads and highways in the uninco
areas of Pinellas County, Florida; and
the WHEREAS, Florida Statutes, Chapter 316.006(3), Fla Stat
grants Counties original jurisdiction over all streets and highway
ed within their boundaries, except state roads and those streets a
ways specified in subsection (2); and
WHEREAS, Chapter 316.008, Fla. Stal. (2001), provides for
with respect to streets and highways under their jurisdiction an
the reasonable exercise of police power, to regulate traffic by
official traffic control devices; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners, in the ir
health, safety and welfare of the residents of Pinellas County, d
1y protect the integrity of established neighborhoods and enhance,
er possible, the quality of life within residential areas by regular
controlling through traffic on local residential streets.
ash WHEREAS, Pinellas County Board of County Commissioi
2 reclassified several roadways from collector roadways to major
roadways and minor collector roadways on December 21, 2004
WHEREAS, minor collected roadways share characteristics
typical to local major streets and collector roadways and are, t
a1 primary access routes into residential neighborhoods and
WHEREAS, citizens have expressed their concerns regardii
sirable traffic conditions on roadways within and adjacent to tl
denial neighborhoods and
WHEREAS, the Traffic Engineering Division after and eval
these roadways has recommended the Residential Traffic Man
KE Program be revised to allow minor collector roadways to become
Durt for consideration for traffic calming devices excluding speed hu
ida NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board o
Commissioners of Pinellas County, Florida, in regular meet
ELS assembled this 7th day of June, 2005, to adopt the revisions to
erk dential Traffic Management Program, and that this resolute
08 supercede any previous revisions to the Residential Traffic Man
Program.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be public
a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general ci
in order to provide notice to the public.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution shall no
effective until published as provided herein.
Commissioner Duncan, offered the foregoing resolution an
its adoption, which was seconded by Commissioher Stewart,
roll call the vote was:
AYES: Morroni, Welch, Stewart, Harris, Seel, Lalvala and D
NAYS: None.
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING: None.


Said certificate embraces the following described property in the The Resolution can be inspected by the public at the Pinella
County of Pinellas, State of Florida: Board Records, 315 Court Street, 5th Floor, Clearwater,.Florida
County of Pinellas, State of Flonida:


WINDJAMMER CONDO

PARCEL: 24/30/16/98234/006/0605


BLDG 6, UNIT 605


Name in which assessed: TROJA, WAYNE A
TROJA, SHEILA

lUnlesi suih .enificaile hall be redeemed acCording to law. the property
described in ,uch iernfilate will be sold to the highest bidder at the
Court House door on the ifthh Wednesday in Ihe month of June. 2005.
which is the N2qh day of June. ?205 a I I 00 A M A nonrefundable cash
deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per F.S. 197.542
(2).


KEN BURKE, CLERK TO THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
By: Linda R. Reed, Deputy Clerk
Jun 10, 17, 2005 .


NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 6TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR.
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
t.n c i c'sW6,. U, rt I-


CASE NO. 05-1
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in UCN: 522005CA0
order to participate in this proceeding,you are entitled, at no cost to you
to the provision of certain assistance. Within two (2) working days of DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste. FOR MORGAN STANLEY ABS
CAPITAL. INC. TRUST 2002-NC6,
300, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (V/TDD). MORTGAGE PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2002-NC6
KEN BURKE Plaintiff,
Clerk of Circuit Court vs.
S. Pinellas County. Florida


THE UNKNOWN HEIRS. DEVISEES.
S By JUANA E GRECO GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES. LIENORS.
DeulCler'k CREDITORS. TRUSTEES. AND ALL
Depuly Clerk OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
15002 May 27. Jun 3, 10, 17,2005 052705 INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF
JAMES DAMRON, DECEASED;'
LORIGAYLE DAMRON BENNET,
RONALD GIBELLINA; UNKNOWN
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Defendants.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05-3866,
Division ES-4
IN RE- ESTATE OF
CAROL PIPER,
Deceased.
The administration of the sc ,te of CAROL M. PIPER, deceased,
S hoie date of deaih a asApnl 7. 2005. is pending in the Circuit Court
-or Pinellas Counit. Flonda. Probate Djiion. File Number 05-3866-
ES-4, the address of *hich i? 315 Court Street. Clearwater. FL 33756
The names andaddreises of the personal representalise and the person-
al represenuaie'is attorney are se forth helow.
All creditors of the decedent another persons who have claims
or demands against decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, and who have been served a copy of this notice,
must file theirclaims with this court WITHIN THE LATEROFTHREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having
claims or demands against the decedent's estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
IS: June 10,,2005.

Personal Representative:
JULIAN M. PIPER
8010 Stimie Avenue N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33710

Attorney for
Personal Representative:
SIDNEY WERNER
Florida Bar No. 203246/
SPN 43412
Pipe. Ludin. Hoaie.
& Wemet. P.A.
5720 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, FL 33707
Telephone: (727) 344-1111
17715 Jun 10, 17,2005 061018


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To the following Defendant(s):

THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES. LIENORS. CREDITORS. TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY,
THROUGH. UNDER OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF
JAMES DAMRON. DECEASED
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on
the lollowmg described property

LOT 21, 22 AND THE EAST 32:25 FEET OF LOT 23,
BLOCK "B", EAST PASADENA, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,
PAGE 55, PUBLIC RECORDS OF PINELLAS COUNTY,
FLORIDA
a/k/a 6195 2nd AVENUE SOUTH, SAINT PETERSBURG
FLORIDA 33707

has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it, on Kahane & Associates, P.A., Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is 1815 Griffin Road, Suite.200, Dania Beach,
FLORIDA, 33004 on or before JULY 11, 2005, a date which is within
thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice in the PINELLAS
NEWS and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before ser-
vice on Plaintiff's'attomrney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default


TIFFANY GARDENS APTS CONDO

PARCEL: 10/31/16/90923/000/2210

Name in which assessed: WOOD, ROBERT


such certificate shall be redeemed accord
ed in such certificate will be sold to the h
House door on the fifth Wednesday in the
is the 29th day of June, 2005 at 11:00 A.I
Sof $200.00 will be collected at the time c


are a person with a disability who needs a
o participate in this proceeding you are en
provision of certain assistance. Within tw
blication of this NOTICE OF APPLICAT
contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S.
learwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (VI


May 27, Jun 3, 10, 17,20(


issioners NOTICE OF ACTION
County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
earwater' OF THE 6TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIl DIVISION


in sanctions, including dismissal or 315 COUKI ST, SuCCEJuKO iRuaS Tc;
striking of pleadings. CLEARWATER, FL 33756 Phillip E. Bryan
,Dated this 24 day of May, RHONDA P. DITTY 8 Fern Court
2005. as Deputy Clerk Safety Harbor, FL 34695
KEN BURKE NA060306 Jun 3, 10, 17, 24, 2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 060306 Attorney-for


OPTED CASE NO. 0"5-373-CI 11 COURT TRUSTEE:
UCN: 522005CA003173XXCICI 315 COURT ST. NOTICE TO CREDITORS John K. Finch, Esquire
CLEARWATER FL 33756 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 323 Main Street

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL By: RHONDA DITTY PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA Safety Harbor, FL34695
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE Deputy Clerk PROBATE DIVISION Telephone: (727) 725-4993
Chapter FOR THE REGISTERED HOLDERS 13040 May 27,Jun3,10, 17,200 052713 UCN: 522005CP003853XXESXX Florida Bar No.: 857386
f County OF GSAMP TRUST 2004-HE1I, 13795 Jun10,17,2005 061011
ponsibl- MORTGAGEPASS-THROUGH NOTICE TO CREDITORS REF#: 05-3853-ES3
urporated CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-HEI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN RE: ESTATE OF
rated Plaintiff, PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA ANNAM. LOCKARD NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
(2001), vs. PROBATE DIVISION Deceased. TEMPORARY CUSTODY OF
y SEAN MOFile No. 05-3924-ES The administration of the MINOR CHILDREN
ys locat- SEAN MORRIS; CHRISTINA Division 4 estate of ANNA M. LOCKARD, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
nd high- MORRIS; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN IN RE: ESTATE OF deceased, whose date of death was THE JUDICICIALCIRCUIT, IN
Co POSS P NROP RTY ELEANOR H. FLETCHER, March 15, 2005, is pending in the AND FOR PINELLAS COUNTY,
ad within Defendants. Deceased. Circuit Court for Pinellas County FLORIDA
means of The administration of the Florida, Probate Division, the Case No. 0413259FDU06
To the following Defendant(s): estate of ELEANOR H. FLETCH- address of which is 315 Court UCN: 522004DR013259XXFDFD
terest of ER, deceased, whose date of death Street, Clearwater, Florida 33756.
desires to SEAN MORRIS CHRISTINA MORRIS was April 17, 2005, File Number The names and addresses of the NANCY JO BODROG,
wherev- (RESIDENCE UNKNOWN) (RESIDENCE UNKNOWN) 05-3924-ES4, is pending in the Cir- personal representative and the per- Petitioner,
YOn gE acuilt Court for Pinellas County, sonal representative's attorney are
inan YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on Florida, Probate Division, the set forth below and
ners, has the following described property: address of which is 315 'Court All creditors of the decedent
collector Street, Clearwater, FL 33756-5192. and other persons having claims or WILLIAM HURBERTALLEN,
and That part of the North Half (N 1/2) of the Southeast Quarter The names and addresses of the demands against decedent's estate, Respondent.
That are (SE 1/4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section 14, personal representative and the per- on whom a copy of this notice is
typically, Township 29 South, Range 15 East, located according to the sonal representative's attorney are required to be served must filetheir TO: WILLIAM HURBERT
Plat of PROPERTY A & W GLADS, INC., recorded in Plat set forth below, claims with this court WITHIN ALLEN
ng unde- Book 25, Pages 53 and 54, Public Records of Pinellas All creditors of the decedent THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS 1226 Shady Oak St
heir resi- County, Florida; and described as follows: Bginning in the another persons having claims or AFTER THE TIME OF THE Jackson, MI 49201
East boundary of Duncan Avenue at a point which is eleven demands against decedents estate FIRST PUBLICATION QF THIS
nation of hundred fifty-seven and three-tenths (1157.3) feet North, on whom a copy of this notice has NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
nagement along said Boundary from the Northeast comer of the been served must file their claims THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A action has been filed for temporary
eligible Intersection of Duncan Avenue and Gulf-To-Bay Blvd., and with this court WITHIN THE COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON custody of a minor children)
mps. running then South 89 degrees 23 minutes 57 seconds East LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THEM. against you and that you are
f County One Hundred Thirty-Five (135) feet; thence ,North parallel THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- All other creditors of the required to serve a copy of your
ing duly to Duncan Avenue, Seventy (70) feet; thence West parallel to LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR decedent and other persons having written defenses, if any, to it on
the Resi- the first course, One Hundred Thirty-Five (135) feet; and 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF claims or demands against dece- NANCY JO BODROG whose
ion shall thence South along Duncan Avenue, Seventy (70) feet to the SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS dent's estate must file their claims address is 6131 50TH AVENUE N.,
agement POINT OF BEGINNING NOTICE ON THEM. / with this court WITHIN 3 KENNETH CITY, FL 33709, onor
agement a 105 SOUTH DUNCAN AVENUE, CLEARWATER, All other creditors of the MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF before JULY 8, 2005, and file the
hed once FLORIDA 33755 decedents and other persons having THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF conginal % nn the clerk of ihi, Couin
culation claims or demands against dece- THIS NOTICE. at 315 Coun St Clearsaler. FL
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your dent's estate must file their claims ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED 33756 before service on Petitioner
t become written defenses, ifany, to it, on Kahane & Associates, P.A., Attorney for with this court WITHIN 3 WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS or immediately thereafter. If you
Plaintiff, whose address is 1815 Griffin Road. Suite 200, Dania Beach, MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SET FORTH IN SECTION fail to do so, a default may be
d moved FLORIDA. 33004 on or before JULL II I ;5. a date which is within THE'FIRST PLUBLICATION OF 71D3702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- entered against you o1. the relief
and upon thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice in the PINELLAS THIS NOTICE. BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV demard, in the pi n pe..n
NEWS and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before ser- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO ER BARRED. Cou., ..' jll court J.xumentli. in .
)uncan. vice on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherivise a default FILED WILL BE FOREVER NOTWITHSTANDING this case, including orders, are
will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. BARRED. -, THE TIME PERIODS SET available at the Clerk of the Circuit
NOTWITHSTANDING FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM Court's office. You may review
This notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No..2.065. THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR these documents upon request. You
un In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED MORE AFTER THE DECE- must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
S33756. person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to par- TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS Court's office notified of your cur-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to provi- AFTER THE DECEDENT'S BARRED. rent address. (You may file Notice
sions of certain assistance. Please contact'the Court Administrator at 315 DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of Current Address. Florida
Court Street, Rm. 170. Clearwater, FL 33756, Phone No. (727) 464-4062 The date of first publication of this notice is June 10, 2005. Supreme Court Approved Family
within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice or pleading; if you of this notice is June 10, 2005. Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
061037 are hearing impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 ,(TDD); if you are voice Personal Representative: in this lawsuit will be mailed to-the
impaired, call 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay Services). Personal Representative: Henry L. Dicus address on record at the clerk's
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 6th day of JUNE, Jean Getting Irwin 2317 Jones Drive office.
2005. 6800 Est. Nazareth #427 Dunedin, Florida 34698 Dated: JUNE 6, 2005
St. Thomas, U.S. VI 00802


05-12044 OCN
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KEN BURKE
As Clerk of the Court
315 COURT ST
CLEARWATER, FL 33756
By RHONDA DITTY
As Deputy Clerk


n uJ 10 17 2005


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING UPON'
PROPOSED ANNEXATION ORDINANCE
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Pinellas Park, Florida,
will hold a PUBLIC HEARING in City Hall, 5141 78th A% enuc. Pinella.
Park, Florida on the 23rd day of June, 2005 at 7 10 PM ionrceming prc-
posed VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NO. 3349 for4902
113th Avenue North. The proposed ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NO.
3349 and complete legal description of the area to be annexed are avail-
able for review, in the City Clerk's Department.


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will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Interested parties are invited to attend this meeting and be heard.
Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the City Council,
This notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No. 2.065. City Board, or City Commission, with respect to any matter considered
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such pur-
person with a disability who needs any accominodation in order to par- pose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to provi- made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the
sibns of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator at 315 appeal is to be based.
Court Street, Rm. 170, Clearwater, FL 33756, Phone No. (727) 464-4062 The City maintains a tape recording of all public hearings. In the event
within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice or pleading; if you that you wish to appeal a decision, the tape may or may not adequately
are hearing impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); if you are voice insure a verbatim record of the proceedings, therefore, you may wish to
impaired, Call 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay Services). provide a court reporter at your expense.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 6th day of JUNE, FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED An interpreter for individuals
2005. with hearing impairment will be made available upon requests made at
least 72 hours in advance. Also, anAssistive Hearing Device (magnifier)
KEN BURKE is available from the City Clerk for use in Council Chambers and all
As Clerk of the Court meeting rooms throughout the City. This document is available in the fol-
315 COURT ST lowing accessible formats: Braille, Large Print, Audio Tape; and Elec-
CLEARWATER, FL 33756 ironic File on Computer Disks.
By Rhonda Ditty Diane M. Coma, CMC
As Deputy Clerk CITY CLERK
05-11827 OCN CITY OF PINELLAS PARK
1828J Jun 10. 17, 2005 061009 10005 Jun 10, 17, 2005 061030


Attorney for
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Personal Representative: HENRY L. DICUS, ESQ.
S. Michael Ostow WILLIAM A. DICUS, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 150392 Florida Bar No. 237027
3637 4th St. No., Suite 200 SPN # 170100
St. Petersburg, FL 33704 748 Broadway, Suite 201
Telephone: (727) 898-1559 Dunedin, Florida 34698
16767 Jun 10, 17,2005 061017 Telephone: (727) 733-3161
10095 Jun 10, 17,2005 061016


KEN BURKE
CLERK OF THE
CIRCUITCOURT
..3S COURT ST
CLEARWATER, FL 33756
By: Rhonda Ditty
-Deputy Clerk
13715 Jun 10, 17, 24, Jul 1, 2005
061008


NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05002939ES3 PROBATE DIVISION UCN# 522004CP000398XXESXX
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF File No. 05-3670-ES REF #: 04-398-ES 003
VANESSA JEAN VARKLET- Division 4 IN RE: ESTATE OF
CALL IN RE: ESTATE OF DOROTHY JANE BURKEIT
Deceased. GAIL I.BUTKUS, Deceased.
The administration of the estate Deceased. The administration of the estate
of Vanessa Jean Varklet-Call, The administration of the of Dorothy Jane Burkett, deceased,
deceased, whose date of death was estate of GAIL I. BUTKUS, whose date of death was January 4,
January 21, 2005, File Number deceased, who was found on April 2004, is pending in the Circuit
05002939ES spending in the Cir- 18, 2005, File Number 05-3670-ES Court for Pinellas County, Florida,
cuit Court for Pinellas County, 4, is pending in the Circuit Court Probate Division, the address of
Florida, Probate Division, the for Pinellas County, Florida, Pro- which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa-
address of which is 545 First bate Division, the address of which ter, FL 33756. The names and
Avenue North, St. Petersburg; FL is 315 Court Street, Clearwater, FL addresses of the personal represen-
33701. The names and addresses of 33756-5192. The names and tative and the personal representa-
the personal representative and the addresses of the personal represen- tive's attorney are set forth below.
personal representative's attorney tative and tie personal representa- All creditors of the decedent and
are set forth below. tive's attorney are set forth below, other persons having claims orr
All creditors of the decedent and All creditors of the decedent demands against decedent's estate
other persons having claims or and bther persons having claims or on whom a copy of this notice is
demands against decedent's estate demands against decedent's estate required to be served must file their
on whom a copy of this notice is on whom a copy of this notice has claims with this court WITIIN
required to be served must file their been served must file their claims THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
claims with.this court WITHIN with this court WITHIN THE AFTER THE TIME OF THE
THE LATER OF 3 MONTH LATER OF3 MONTHS AFTER FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS THEM.
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the dece-
THEM. All other creditors of the dent and other persons having
All other creditors of the dece-, decedents and other persons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent and other persons having claims or demands against dece- dent's estate must file their claims
claims or demands against the dece- dent's estate muat file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
dent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
with this court WITHIN I MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
,THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED FILED WILL BE FOREVER SET FORTH IN SECTION
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. BARRED. 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTWITHSTANDING BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV-
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ER BARRED.
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
AFTER .THE DECEDENT'S AFTER THE DECEDENT'S ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
The date of the first publication The date of first publication AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
Sof this notice is June 10, 2005. of this notice is June 10, 2005. DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication
Personal Representative: Personal Representative: of this notice is June 10, 2005.
Glenn A. Call Gerald J. Butkus
5853 Calais Lane 15201 Phillip Lee Rd. Personal Representative:
St. Petersburg, Florida 33714 Chantilly, VA 20151 Deborah Lee Stump

Attorney for Attorney for David J. Haynes
Personal Representative: Personal Representative: Attorney for
Lori Ann Balona S. Michael Ostow Personal Representative
FBN: 585955 Florida Bar No. 150392 Florida Bar No. 0785776
515 South Larry Circle 3637 4th St. No., Suite 200 10225 Ulmerton 7C
Brandon, Florida 33511 St. Petersburg, FL 33704 Largo, Florida 33771
Telephone: (813) 390-0251 Telephone: (727) 898-1559 Telephone: (727) 58-6100
13660 Jun 10, 17, 2005 061006 16767 Jun 10, 17,2005 061015 13105 Jun 10, 17,2005 061005


1 002?


TAX DEED NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION TRUSTEE NOTICE TO
FOR PUBLICATION ADOPTION CREDITORS
:OOK, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Notice is given pursuant to
THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida Statute 737.305 that WAL.
e iled or a tax deed to IN AND FOR PINELLAS IN AND FOR PINELLAS TER EDWARD BRYAN, who died
of issuance, property COUNTY, FLORIDA COUNTY, FLORIDA on February 22, 2005, was the SET-
Swas assessed are as CASE NO. 05-1312-FD-17 FAMILY LAW DIVISION TLOR/GRANTOR of the REVO-
UCN: 522005DR001312XXFDFD CABLE TRUST AGREEMENT
IN RE: THE PETITION FOR OF WALTER EDWARD BRYAN
f issuance 2001 LYDIA PEREZ, ADOPTION OF dated November 30, 1998.
Petitioner, The names and addresses of
scribed property in the and RYAN ALEXANDRA PIERCE, the TRUSTEE and the
ADOPTEE. TRUSTEE'S attorney are set forth
DALE ANTHONY MERRIT, below.
UNIT 221 Respondent TO: UNKNOWN FATHER ALL INTERESTED PER-
residence unknown SONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
TO: DALE ANTHONY MERRIT address unknown All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
AAJ YOU ARE NOTIFIED that You are hereby notified that a demands against decedents' Trust
an action for Dissolution of Mar- Joint Petition for Adoption by on whom a copy of this notice is
ling to law, the property nage, including claims for dissolu- Steparent was filed in this Court on served within three months after the
highest bidder at the tion of marriage, payment of debts, the 20 day of May, 2005, by ERIN date of the first publication of this
month of June, 2005, division of real and personal prop- CHRISTINE PIERCE and JAY notice must file their claims with
M. Anonrefundable cash erty, and for payments of support, JONES PIERCE regarding the the TRUSTEE WITHIN THE
of sale per FS. 197.542 has been filed against you. You are minor child RYAN ALEXANDRA LATER OF THREE MONTHS
required to serve a copy of your PIERCE, born August 5, 1996 in AFTER THE DATE OF THE
written defenses, if any, to this Spring Hill, Florida and you are FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
any accommodation in action on TERESA SCAVINO required to serve a copy of your NOTICE- OR THIRTY DAYS
titled, at no cost to you FITZPATRICK, ESQ., Petitioner's written defenses, if any to it, on the AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
vo (2) working days of attorney, whose address is 6560 9th petitioner's attorney, whose name OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ION FOR TAX DEED Avenue North, Suite B, St. Peters- and address is: ON THEM.
Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste. burg, Florida 33710, on or before All other creditors of the
TDD). June 24, 2005, and file the original Carolyn V. McMullen, Esq. decedents and other persons having
with the clerk of this court at St. 1419 West Waters Ave. #119 claims or demands against the dece-
,KEN BURKE Petersburg Courthouse, 545 First Tampa, FL 33604 dents' Trust must file their claims
Clerk of Circuit Court Avenue North, St. Petersburg, with that TRUSTEE WITHIN
Pinellas County, Florida Florida 33701, either before service and file the original with the THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
on Petitioner's attorney or immedi- clerk of the above styled court on or DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
By: JUANA E. GRECO ately thereafter; otherwise a default before JULY 1, 2005: otherwise a TION OF THIS NOTICE.
Deputy Clerk will be entered against you for the judgment of name change may be ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
)5 052706 relief demanded in the petition, entered for the relief demanded in AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
WARNING: Rule 12.285, the petition. FILED WILL BE FOREVER
Florida Family Law Rules of Proce- DATED ON: MAY 31, 2005 BARRED.
dure, requires certain automatic dis- The date of first publication
closure of documents and informa- KEN BURKE of this Notice is June 10, 2005.
tion. Failure to comply can result AS CLERK OF'THE COURT
insacton, ncuin dsmssl rI I .LJUInv T. QluQT rr snR. TRII.T.-


1525-1 jun ju, i tL


Said certificate embraces the following dc


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Pinellas News Friday, June 17, 2005 Page 5


AMENDED NOTICE OF NOTICE OF SALE
ACTION ADOPTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN AND FOR PINELLAS COUNTY
THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CASE NO.: 04007527CISEC 019
IN AND FOR PINELLAS
COUNTY, FLORIDA SUNTRUST BANK,
FAMILY LAW DIVISION Plaintiff,
Case No.: 05-6339-FD vs.
UCN: 522005DR006339XXFDFD GREDER D. MORGAN and
MICHAEL L. MORGAN, et. al.,
IN RE: THE PETITION FOR Defendants.
ADOPTION OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a Final Judgment of
RYAN ALEXANDRA PIERCE, Foreclosure entered in the above-styled case, I will sell the property situ-
ADOPTEE. ated in Pinellas County, Florida, on Tuesday July 5, 2005, at 11:00 a.m.,
at the West Door of the Judicial Building, 545 1st Avenue N., St. Peters-
burg, Florida 33701. The legal descriptionof the property being sold is
TO: UNKNOWN FATHER described as:
residence unknown
address unknown LOT 33, ERLE RENWICK SUBDIVISION NUMBER
TWO, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
You are hereby notified that a RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 54, PUBLIC
Joint Petition for Adoption by RECORDS OF PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
Steparent was filed in this Court on
the 20th day of May, 2005, by ERIN The property or its address is commonly known as 773 West Harbor
CHRISTINE PIERCE and JAY Drive South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33705.
JONES PIERCE regarding the
minor child RYAN ALEXANDRA Date: June 10, 2005
PIERCE, bornm August 5, 1996 in KEN BURKE
Spring Hill, Florida and you are CLERK OFTHE COURT
required to serve a copy of your By: /s'SEDEEVA GODWIN
written defenses, if any to it, on the Deputy Clerk
petitioner's attorney, whose name
and address is: MNrrT' C DTr D ncc xC \IlrR nrTO nT Trt


Carolyn V. McMullen, Esq.
1419 West Waters Ave. #119
Tampa, FL 33604

and file the original with th
clerk of the above styled court on
before JULY 15, 2005: otherwise
judgment of adoption may I
entered for the relief demanded i
the petition.
DTD TE -I II A'n'


If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost'to you
to the provision of certain assistance. Within TWO (2) working days of
your receipt of this Summons, please contact the Criminal Justice Center,
he 14250 49th Street N., Third Floor, H Wing, Clearwater, Florida 33762;
or telephone (727) 464-5606.
a '
be Amy S. Tingley, Esquire
in' 13000 Jun 17 24 720 5(t1715a


NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF ACTION
AIM TOWING AND RECOVERY, INC. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
1886 N. Hercules Ave Unit K THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCU
Clearwater, FL 33765 IN AND FOR PINELLAS
Office (727) 725-3544 COUNTY, FLORIDA
Fax (727) 725-2589 Case No. 05-5368-FD-17
Notice the following vehicle will be auctioned for unpaid towing 522005DR005368XXFDFD
and storage charges per Florida Statute 713.78, on June 28, 2005 at 9:00
a.m. at 1886 N. Hercules Avenue Unit K, Clearwater, FL 33765. AIM IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
TOWING AND RECOVERY, INC. reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids. JOHN ROBERT LANERI,
Petitioner/Husband


Year Make
1989 FORD


Vin Number
IFAPP6040KH5I1463


Notice the following vehicle will be auctioned for unpaid towing
and storage charges per Florida Statute 713.78, on July 4, 2005 at 9:00
a.m. at 1886 N. Hercules Avenue Unit K, Clearwater, FL 33765. AIM
TOWING AND RECOVERY. INC. reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.

1986 BUICK IG4AH 9R8GD442365
1988 AMERICAN MOTORS 2XMJP5595JA004969
18185 Jun 17, 2005 061716


FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to do busi-
ness under the fictitious name of:
Saba Financial d/b/a MR.
PAYROLL OF CLEARWATER
located in Pinellas County, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Division of Corporations at the
Florida Department of State
pursuant to Section 865.09 of the
Florida Statutes.
Walid M. Saba, Manager
William P. Gregory, Attorney
FN061704 Jun 17,2005 061704


FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to do busi-
ness under the fictitious name of:
ACCURATE PROCESSING
located in Pinellas County, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Division of Corporations at the
Florida Department of State
pursuant to Section 865.09 of the
Florida Statutes.
Sandra R. Koltay
FN061717 Jun 17,2005 061717


SUZI LANERI,
Respondent/Wife.


IT


NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE COUNTY COURT
OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
PINELLAS COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-1264-CO-40


REEF RESORT
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION,
INC. a Florida not-for-profit
corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELENA A. AXIBAL, RICHARD A.
ARBOGAST, KAREN I. ARBOGAST,
and PATRICIA A. DAVIS
Defendants.


TO: SUZI LANERI TO: Patricia A. Davis
1954 Bayou Grande Blvd. NE 1707 BrakefieldDairyRoad
St. Petersburg, FL 33703Jasper, AL 35503-3833

YQU ARE NOTIFIED that an YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to foreclose a
action for Petition for Dissolution of Claim of Lien on the following real property in Pinellas County, Florida:


Marriage has been filed and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written denial to it on Petitioner's


Unit 305, Unit Week 34, together with an undivided share in the
common elements appurtenant thereto in accordance with and
ejbus ct to th csmn. eti tins c ditinq i~ vnnqat


attorney, Alan S. Rosenthal, 'e o an'"'ts,~ l +O l I UIsn t LIt IIs c *oIIUIIt II(n covenanlS Is U a
Esquire, whose address is, 4705 other provisions of the Declaration of Condominium of CORAL
Central Avenue, St. Petersburg REEF BEACH RESORT, a Condominium, as recorded in O.R.
Florida 33713 on or before JULY Book 5460, page 671, et. seq., and as set forth in the Condomini-
15, 2005, and file the original with um Plat Book 66, pages 27, through 39, inclusive, Public Records
the clerk of this court either before of Pinellas County, Florida and as the same may be amended from
time to time.
service on Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter, otherwise a
imm ediately thereafter, otherwise a along with a Notice of Lis Pendens, have been filed against you and
for the relief demanded in the you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
petition, demand THERESA A. DEEB, ESQUIRE, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
ITNESS my hand and seal of 5999 Central Avenue; Suite 202, St. Petersburg, FL 33710, within thirty
this Court on JUNE 9 2005 (30) days after the first publication of this Notice and file the original
with the Clerk of the Court either before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
KEN BURKE, immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you
Clerk Circuit Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
315 Court Street Room 170 WITNESS, Clerk of the Circuit Court, and the seal of said Court, at
.t Coun......th outhouse at Clliarwater DPinlla C olntv. Flida.


NOTICE OF ACTION
.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 05-873CI-007
UCN- 522005CA000873XXCICI

AMSCOT CORPORATION,
Plaintiff.

vs.

SOUTHEAST AIRLINES INC.,
Defendant.

TO: Southeast Airlines Inc.
12600 S. Belcher Rd.,
Suite 104
Largo, Florida 33773

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for the collection and
enforcement of twenty-four (24)
dishonored checks has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Wm. Gene
Cole, the Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is Amscot Corporation, 600
N. Westshore Blvd., Suite 1200,
Tampa, Florida 33609-1117, on or
before JULY 15, 2005, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court
either .before service on the
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise, a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
Dated on JUNE 9, 2005.

Ken Burke
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
3 5 COURT STREET
CLEARWATER, FL 33756


D iA.T O.: JuN Ir4r., L, NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Clearwater, Florida 33756 .".-"" ."-." '- ".".... ,. """"'..... 'u, u. By:/s/RHONDA DITTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR AMENDED NOTICE TO IN THE SIXTH JUDICIAL By: /s/RHONDA DITTY As Deputy Clerk
KEN BURKE PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DEPUTYCLERK Dae: JUNE 9,2005NA61705 Jun 1724,
AS CLERK OF THE COURT PROBATE DIVISION IN TE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PINELLAS COUNTY FLORIDA 11625 Jun 17,24, Jul 1.8,2005 061705
3 COURT ST UCN 522005CP004031XXESXX PINELLASCOUNTYFLORIDA PINELLASOUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Jul 8,2005 061706 erk ofthe Ci urke
CLEARWATER, FL 33756 REF#:05-4031-ES3 PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO. 05-4054-ES3 Clerk of the Circuit
RHONDAR. DITTY IN RE: ESTATE OF FileNo.05-2001ES UCN# 522005CP003856XXESXX UCN: 522005CP004054XXESXX Sixth Judicial Circuit
as Deputy Clerk RUTH M. EASTBURY UCN#522005CP002001XXESXX REF#: 05-3856-ES 3 By Is/TERRI MCLANE
32000 Jun 17, 24, Jul 1, 8, 2005 Deceased. IN RE: ESTATE OF IN RE: FLORA M. LUCAS a/k/a BY Deputy Clerk
h0612 a istration of the NRF0DAVID W. BURRIS FLORA MAY LUCAS NOTICE TO CREDITORS 40096 Jun 17, 24,2005 061713 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the IN RE: ESTATE OF Deceased. a/k/a FLORA LUCAS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NOTICE TO CREDITORS deceased, whose date of death was Deceased. The administration of the estate Deceased. PINELLAS COUNTY FLORIDA PFLORIDA
NOS deceased, whose date of death was Deceased.PROBATE DIVISION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR April 3,2005, is pending in the Cir- The administration of the f David W. Burris, deceased, SIXTH CIRCUIT, PROBATE PROBATE FDIVISION
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA cult Court for PINELLAS County, estate of ETHEL S. GREY, whose date of death was April 16, The administration of the DIVISION, NOTICE OF FORECOSURE SALE Case No 05-3862-ES-4
PROBATE DIVISION Florida Probate Division, the deceased, whose dae of death was 2005, and whose Social Security Estate of FLORA M. LUCAS aWa UCN: 522001CP00 2818XXESXX IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INRE: ESTATEOF
UCN#522005CP003915XXESXX address of which is 315 Court February 25, 2005 File Number Numberis 264-27-5572, is pending FLORA MAY LUCAS a/k/a REF#: 01-2818-ES3 OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PINELLAS COUNTY MADONNAB. GALINIS,
REF#05-3915-ES-3 Street Clearwater, Florida 33756 05-2001ES UCN#: 522005CP00 in the Circuit Court for Pinellas FLORA LUCAS, deceased, whose IN RE: ESTATE OF CASE NO. 05-615-C19 Deceased.
The names and addresses of the 1389XXESXX is pending in the County. Florida, Probate Division, date of death was April 23, 2005; Alfred S. Burke, DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL estate of MADONNA B GALthe
IN RE: ESTATE OF personal representative and the per- Circuit Court for Pinellas County, the address of which is 315 Court File Number 05-4054-ES3 and Deceased. TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE OF esae o
sonal representative's attorney are Florida, Probate Division, the Street, Clearwater, FL 33756. The UCN: 522005CP00004054 The administration of the AMERIQUESTMORTGAGEIS deceased, whosedate of death
WILLIAM C. PARKER. set forth below. address of which is 315 Court names and addresses of the person- XXESXX, is pending in the Circuit estate of Alfred S. Burke, deceased, SECURITIES INC., ASSET BACKED was April 13, 2005, File No. 05-
a/k/a WILLIAM CAREY PARKER All creditors of the decedent Street, Clearwater FL 33756-5165. al representative and the personal Court for Pinellas County, Florida, whose date of death was January PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, 3862-ES-4, is pending in the Cir-
Deceased. and other persons having claims or The names and addresses of the representative's attorney are set Probate Division, the address of 10, 2000; UCN: 522001CP SERIES 2004-R3 UNDER THE cuit Court for Pinellas County,
Deceased. and other Persons having r 5P PO AO NDSERV G Florida, Probat Division, the
demands against decedent's estate, personal representative and the per- forth below. which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa- 0028 8XXESXX / REF#: 01-2818- POOLING AND SERVICING addressida bate Division,
Demands against decedent's estate, personal representative and the per- AGREEMENT DATED AS OF APRIL, address, of which is 315 Court
The administration of the on whom a copy of this notice is sonal representative's attorney are 0All creditors of the decedent and ter, FL 33756. The name and ES3 is pending in the Circuit Court 1, 2004, WITHOUT RECOURSE, Sdes Coear Fida T3e
estate of WILLIAM C. PARKER uired to be servedmust file their set forh below a other persons having claims or address of the Personal Representa- for Pinellas County, Florida, Pro- Pini Street. Clearwater, Florida. The
estate of WILLIAM C. PARKER required to be served.must file their set forth below. Plaintiff,
a/k/a WILLIAM CAREY PARK- claims with this court WITHIN All creditors of the decedent demands against decedent's estate live is set forth below, bate Division; the address of which vs. names and1addresses of the person-
ER, deceased. File Number 05- THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS and other persons having claims:or on whom a copy .of this notice is All creditors of the decedent is 315 Court Street, Clearwater, al representative and the personal
3915-ES3, is pending in the Circuit AFTER THE TIME OF THE demands against decedent's estate required to be served must file their and other persons having claims or Florida, 33756. The names and NADIA COLLINS, et al., representative's attorney ae set
Court for Pinellas County, Florida, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS on whom a copy of this notice has claims with this court WITHIN demands against decedent's estate, addresses of the personal represen- Defendants. forth below.
Probate Division, the address of NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER been served, must file theirclaims THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS including unmatured, contingent or tative and the personal representa- All creditors of the decedent
which is 5 Court StreetCleawa THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A with this court WITHIN THE ims must file their tive's attoey are set forth belowrsuantoa al gmnt of Fo and other persons having aims or
er Florida 33756. e names and LTEROFA FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS claims with this court WITHIN All creditors of the decedent Circuit Court of the Sixth Judicial Circuit in ad forPinellas County, o a y ths otce s
addresses of the personal represen- THEM. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE LATER OF THREE (3) and other persons having claims or Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUSTCOMPANY, m acopyf this nice is
and oh persons having claim THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- served must'file their claims With
tative and the personal representa- All other creditors of the LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF demands against decedent's estate AS TRUSTEE OF AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES INC.,mut e r c
tive's attorney are set forth below. decedent and other persons having 30-DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF COPY OF THIS' NOTICE ON OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION on whom a copy of this notice has ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004- 'his court WIfHIN THEATER
All creditors of the decedent claims or demands against dece- SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS THEM. OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY been served must file their claims R3 UNDER THIE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
and other persons having claims or dent's estate must file their claims NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the dece- (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF with this court WITHIN THE AS OF APRIL 1, 2004, WITHOUT RECOURSE, is a Plaintiff and DATE OF THEFIRST PUBLICA-
demands against decedent's estate,, with this court WITHIN 3 All other creditors of the dent and other persons having SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER NADIA COLLINS; DANIEL W. COLLINS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TON OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
including unmatured, contingent or MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the dece- NOTICE ON THEM. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- ANISHEL W COLLINS; UNKNO WN TENANT UNKNOWN TEN- DAYSE E AFTER THEA TIME OF
unliquidated claims, on whom a THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF claims or demands against dece- dent's estate must file their claims All other creditors of the LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR KAY COLLINS, are .the Defendants. I will sell to the highest and best NOTICE ON TIEM
copy of this notice is setred must THIS NOTICE. dent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 decedent and other persons having 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF bidder for cash at West Door, Pinellas,County Judicial Bldg., 545 Ist t -O.
file their claims with this court ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED with .this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF claims or demands against dece- SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS AvenueN., St. Petersburg, FL 33701., at :00A.M. on July 12,2005, the All other crediur, of the
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF TfE FIRST PUBLICATION OF dent's estate, including unmatured, NOTICE ON THEM. following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: decedent and other persons having
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SET. FORTH IN SECTION THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF TIIS NOTICE. contingent or unliquidated claims, All other creditors of the claims or demands against dece-
THE FIRST .PUBLICATION OF 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED must file their claims with this decedent and other persons having LOT 2, BLOCK 3, FOURTH ADDITION TO HARBOR dent's estate must file their claims
THIS NOTICE OR J0 DAYS BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS court, within three (3) months after claims or demands against dece- SHORES SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT with this court WITHIN 3
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE ER BARRED. FILED WILL BE FOREVER SET FORTH IN SECTION the date of this first publication of dent's estate must file their claims THEROF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 31, PAGES 35 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE NOTWITHSTANDING BARRED 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- this notice. with this court WITHIN 3 AND 36, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PINELLAS THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
ON THEM. THE TIME PERIODS. SET NOTWITHSANDING BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA. THIS NOTICE.
THE TIME PERIODS. SET NOTWITHS DINGCAIS O TH S AFTER THE D ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
All other creditors of the FORTH ABOVE ANY CLAIM THE TIME PERIOSETFORTH ER BARRED. FILED WILL BE FOREVER THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFALL CLAIMS NOT SO
decedent and other persons having FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED NOTWITHSTANDING THE BARRED. THIS NOTICE. A/K/A 138 Wall Street, Redington Shores, FL 33708 FILED WILL BE FOREVER
claims or demands against dece- MORE AFTER THE DECE- TWO (2) YEARS QR MORE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH NOTWITHSTANDING ALL CLAIMS NOT SO BARRED.
dent's estate, including unmatured, DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS AFTER THE DECEDENT'S ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED THE TIME PERIODS SET FILED WILL BE FOREVER Date: June 9,2005 NOT WITHSTANDING
contingent or unliquidated claims, BARRED. DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE FQRTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM BARRED. HE TIE PERIOD SET FORT
must file their claims with this court -The date of first publication The date of the first publica- AFTER THE DECEDENT'S FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR NOTWITHSTANDING 'KEN BURKE 4BO\E AN' CLAIN F ED
WITHIN 3 MONTHS aFTER THE ofthi.noice i, lune 17.2Ii5. tonf itihi noice IJune 7.20(t" rDATEOFDEATH IS BARRED. MORE AFTER THE DECE- THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH As Clerkof the Court HO 12 YEARS OR MORE.'
D'TE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC The date of ihe first publication DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED By:/s/SEDEEVAGODWIN. AFTER THE DECEDENTS
TION OF THIS NOTICE. Personal Representative: THOMAS B GREY JR. of this n' June 10. 2005. BARRED. TH O (2) YEARS OR MORE -"- A, Deputy Clerk .DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Paul O. Eastbury Personal Representative The date of first publication AFTER THE DECEDENT'S The de fipubli
FILED WILL BE FOREVER 3226 Southway Drive 1555 Hazel Lane Personal Representative: of this Notice is June 10. 2005. DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. IMPORTANT of this notice is June 17. 2005.
BARRED. Sanborn, NY 14132 Winnetka, IL60093 JanetBurris The date of first publication .
The date of first publication 10672 Park Place Drive Personal Representative: of this Notice is June 17, 2005. Ir. accordance with the Amencans h Disabiliies Act. perons need- Personal Repreen
of this Notice is June 17, 2005. Attorney for DEREK B. ALVAREZ, ESQUIRE Largo, Florida 33778 DAVID P. CARTER, ESQUIRE. inp a reasonable accommodation :o participate in this proceeding should. J RICHARD RAHTER
Personal Representative: Attomey for 7985 ll3th Street, Suite 108 Personal Representative: no later than i71 dysi prior. contact the Clerk of the Coun's diabilit 6670 Frst Avenue South
Personal Representatives: HENRY L. DICUS, ESQ. Personal Representative Cynthia J. McMillen Seminole, Florida 33772 Charles Perry coordimalor at 7274641062 HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE. 4(10 S FT St Petersburg, Florida 33707
BERNICE-C. MUENCH WILLIAM A. DICUS, P.A. Florida Bar No. 0114278 Attorney for TELE: (727) 397-4555 614 N. Highland Avenue HARRISON AVE. STE. 300, CLEARWATER, FL 33756. If hearing
28445 HICKORY HILL ROAD Florida Bar No. 237027 SPN: 01891073 Janet Burris FAX: (727) 397-4405 Clearwater, Florida, 33755 impaired, contact (TDD) via Florida Relay System. Attorney for
Qor V iiT LPT ..PN ...170Nl01;GENDERS -rALVAREZresenafis


BROOKSVILLE, rL,34602 SPN# 170100 GENDERS ALVAREZ
352-796-1802 748 Broadway, Suite 201 A Professional Association
Attorney for Dunedin, Florida 34698 2307 West Cleveland Street
Personal Representative: Telephone: (727) 733-3161 Tampa, Florida 33609
KENNETHA. SUNNE, Esq. 10095 Jun 17,24,2005 061702 Telephone: (813) 254-4744
Sunne & Locke, P.A. Facsimile: (813) 254-5222
1151 N.E. Cleveland Street NOTICE'TO CREDITORS 11285 Jun 17,24,2005 061708
Clearwater, Florida 33755 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
727-461-3100
SPN 00002942/FBN 079400 PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
S1370 June7 24 00 01703 PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE TO CREDITORS
13570 June 17,24,2005 061703 522005CP0376XXESXX IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
REF a 05-3726-ES3 PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN REi ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVISION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR JOHN H. FIL, A/K/A File No. 05-3894
PINELLAS COUNT FLORIDA JOHN H. FIL, SR. Division: ES4
PROBATE DIVISION Deceased. IN RE: ESTATE OF
UCN: 522005CP004206XXESXX The administration of the estate C. ELIZABETH PARVIN, '
REF: 05-4206ES3 of John H. Fil, A/K/A John H. Fil, Deceased.
IN RE: ESTATE OF Sr., deceased, whose date of death The administration of the
ROBERTS. DASO, was April 18,. 2005, and whose estate of C. ELIZABETH PARVIN,
Deceased. Social Security Number is 027-20-, deceased, whose date of death was
The administration of the estate 6321, is pending in the Circuit May 17, 2005; File Number 05-
of ROBERT S. DASO, deceased, Court for Pinellas County,Florida, 3894-ES4, is pending in the Circuit
whose date of death was April 17, Probate Division, the. address of Court for Pinellas County, Florida,
2005; REF: 05-4206ES3; is pend- which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa- Probate Division, the address of
ing in the Circuit Court for Pinellas ter, FL 33756. The names and which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa.
SCounty, Florida, Probate Division, address' of the personal represen- ter, FL 33756. The names and
the address of which is 315 Court late and the personal representa- addresses of the personal represen-
'Street, Clearwater, FL 33756. The tlne's attorney are set forth below. tative and the personal representa-
names and addresses of the person- All creditors of the decedent and tive's attorney are set forth below.
al representative and the personal other persons having claims or- All creditors of the decedent
representative's attorney are set demands against decedent's estate and other persons having claims or
forth below. .. on whom a copy of this notice is demands against decedent's estate,
All creditors of the decedentand required to be served must file their on whom a copy of this notice is
other persons having claims or claims with this court WITHIN required to be, served,. must file
demands against decedent's estate, THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS their claims.with this'court WITH-.
on whom a copy of this notice has AFTER THE TIME ;OF THE IN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
been served, must file Iheir claims FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
with this court WITHIN THE NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS,
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE .DATE OF SERVICE OF A NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THEM. COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF All other creditors of the dece- THEM.
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS dent and other person, thing All other creditors of the
NOTICE ON THEM. claimi or demand against ne dece. decedent and other persons having
All other creditors of the dece- dent's estate must file their claims .claims or demands .against dece-
dent- and other persons having with this court WITHIN 3 dent's estate mrusI file their ch m,
claims or demands against dece- MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF with this coun WI'THIN 3
dent's estate must file their claims THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
with this court WITHIN 3 THIS NOTICE. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
MONTHS AFTER THEDATE OF ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED THIS NOTICE.
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
THIS NOTICE. SET FORTH IN SECTION WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- SET FORTH IN SECTION
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV- 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
NOTWITHSTANDING, THE ER BARRED. BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV-
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH NOTWITHSTANDING THE ER BARRED.
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TIME PERIODS SET FORTH 'NOTWITHSTANDING
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. AFTER THE DECEDENT'S TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
The date of the first publication DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
of this notice is: June 17, 2005. The date of the first publication DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED,
of thisnotice is June 10, 2005. The date of firstpublication
LULA GERTRUDE DASO of this notice is June 10, 2005.


Personal Representative
5 Keystone Drive North
Clearwater, FL 33755


Personal Representative:
Richard M. Fil
44 Brookmoor Road
West nartioCro,(L1tU1t M


west Hartforod, CT uo6107
William Rambaum
Attorney for / Cynthia J. McMillen
Personal Representative Attorney for'
FBN 0297682 Richard M. Fil
SPN 00220429 Florida Bar No. 351581
William Rambaum & Asoc., P.A. SPN: 01769503
28960 U.S. Highway 19 N., Law Offices of
Suite 100. Joseph F. Pippen Jr, '& Assoc.
Clearwater, FL 33761 10225 Ulmeieon Rd., #11
Telephone: (727) 781-5357 Larg6. Florida 33771-3526
Facsimile: (727) 781-1387 Telephone: (727) 586-3306
11720 June 17,24.2005 061710 13105 Jun 10,17,2005 061004


LOUIE N. ADCOCK, JR.
Personal Representative
P.O. BOX 387
ST. PETERSBURG FL 33731

Louie N. Adcock, Jr.
Fisher & Sauls, P.A.
Suite 701, City Center
100 Second Avenue South
P.O. Box 387
St. Petersburg, FL 33731
(727)822-2033
FBN: 0000417
SPN: 39373
10260 June 10,17.2005 061019


ruloina Bar No. 351581
SPN: 01769503
Law Offices of,
Joseph F. Pippen, Jr. & Assoc.
10225 Ulmerton Rd., #11
Largo, Florida 33771-3526
Telephone: (727) 586-3306
13105 Jun 10, 17,2005 061013


Attorney for the
Personal Representative
DAVID P. CARTER, ESQUIRE
7985 113th Street, Suite 108
Seminole, Florida 33772
(727) 397-4555
FBN: 0146097
SPN: 35844
10640 Jun 10, 17,2005 061003


Attorney for Submitted by:
Personal Representative: Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
DEBORAH A. BUSHNELL iAttoreys for Plaintiff
FBN 304441/SPN 17974 951 NE 167th Sireel Suite 204
204 Scotland Street Nonh Miami Beach. Flonda 33162
Dunedin, Florida 34698 Telephone: (305)770-4100
Telephone: (727) 733-9064 Fax: (305) 653-2063
10455 Jun 17,24,2005 061711 15349
13000 Jun 17,24. 2005


J RICHARD RAHTER
Kielfer & Rahter, PA.
6670 First Avenue South
St. Petersburg, Florida 33707
S (727) 344-5788
Facsimile 17271 384-2696
Florida Bar No 188395
SPN No. 00008511
061714 10050 Jun 17, 24.2005 061718


NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR FOR DISSOLUTION OF FOR DISSOLUTION OF NOTICE TO CREDITORS
S PROBATE DIVISION. PROBATE DIVISION PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA MARRIAARRIAMARRIAGE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UCN : 522005CP003133XXESXX File No. 05-3238-ES4 PROBATE DIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
REF#: 05-3133-ES-4 UCN 522005CP003238XXESXX UCN: 522005CP002948XXESXX THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SIXTH CIRCUIT. PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF IN RE ESTATE OF REF: 05-2948-ES 3 IN AND FOR PINELLAS IN AND FOR PINELLAS DIVISION
HYMAN L. WEINTRAUB LORRAINE SCHEER IN RE: ESTATEOF COUNTY, FLORIDA COUNTY. FLORIDA UCN- 522005CP002548XXESXX
Deceased. Deceased. JOHN CHRISTOPHER LANE, Case No.: 05-5927FD-2Y Case No.: 05-5554FD-12 REFif. 05-2548-ES3
The administration of the estate The administration of .th' Deceased. 522005DR005927XXFDFD 522005DR005554XXFDFD IN RE: ESTATE OF
of Hyman L. Weintraub, deceased, estate of LORRAINE SCHEER, The administration of the estate Theresa Marie Schiavo, '
whose date of death was October deceased, whose date of death was of JOHN CHRISTOPHER LANE, TANYA MORNINGSTAR, Francine M. Simovic, Deceased.
30, 2004, and whose Social Securi- April 3, 2005, and whose Social deceased, whose date of death was 'Petitioner/Wife Petitioner The administration of the
ty Number is 294-07-7098, is pend- Security Number is ***-**-2460, is January 22, 2005; REF: 05-2948- : estate of Theresa Marie Schiavo,
ing in the Circuit Court for Pinellas pending in the Circuit Court -for ES 3; is pending in the Circuit v. v. deceased, whose date of death was
County, Florida, Probate Division, Pinellas County, Florida, Probate Court for Pinellas County, Florida. March 31, 2005; UCI: 522005CP
the address of which is 315 Court Division, the address of which is Probate Division, the address of STEVEN A. MORNINGSTAR, Rade Simovic, 002548XXESXX / REF* 05-2548-
Street, Clearwlter, FL 33756. The 315, Court St., Clearwater, Florida which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa- Respondent/Husband' Respondent ES3 is pending in the Circuit Court
names and addresses of the person- 33756. The names and addresses of ter, FL 33756. The names and for Pinellas County. Florida. Pro-
al representative and the personal the Personal Representative and the addresses of the Personal Represen- TO: STEVEN A. 'TO:Rade Simovic bate Division. the address of which
representative's attorney are set Personal Representative's attorney tative and the Personal Representa- MORNINGSTAR P.O. Box 21255 is 315' Court Street, Clearwater,
forth below. are set forth below. tiye's attorney are set forth below. Address Unknown St. Petersburg,FL, 33742- Florida, 33756. The names and
All creditors of the decedent and All creditors of the decedent All creditors of the decedent:and 1255 addre ses of the personal represen-
other persons having claims or and other persons having claims or other, persons having claims or YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an native and the personal represent.
demands against decedent's estate demands against decedent's estate demands against decedent's estate.' action has been filed against you YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an use's attorney are set forth below
on whom a copy of this notice is on whom'a copy of this notice is on whom a copy ofthiis notice has and that you are required to serve a action has been filed against you All creditors of the decedent
required to be served must file their required to be served must file their been served, must file their claims copy of your written defenses, if and that you are required to serve a and other persons having claims'6r
claims with, this court WITHIN claims with this court WITHIN with this court WITHIN THE any, to it on TANYA MORN- copy of your written defenses, if demands against decedent's estate
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER INGSTAR c/o Matthew.D. Brum- any, to it on Francine M. Simovic, on whom a copy of this notice has
AFTER THE TIME OF THE AFTER THE TIME OF THE THE DATE OF THE FIRST:PUB- Icy, Esq., 1025 Fairwinds, Circle, whose address is 654 100th Ave N, been served must file their claims
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR #104 Plant City, FL 33566 on or #104. St Petersburg. FL 33702 on with this court WITHIN THE
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF before JULY 1, 2005 and file the or before July 8. 2005. and file the. LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS original with the clerk of this court original with the clerk of this court THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON NOTICE ON THEM. at 315 Court St., Clearwater. FL at at 315 COURT ST., CLEARWA- LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THEM.- THEM. All other creditors of the dece- before service on Petitioner or TER; FL 33756 at before service on 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
All other creditors of the dece- All other creditors of the dent and other persons having immediately thereafter. If you fail Petitioner or immediately there- SERVICE OF A COPY-OF THIS
dent and other persons having decedent and other persons having claims or demands against dece- to do so, a default may be entered after. If you fail to do so, a default NOTICE ON THEM.
claims or demands against the dece- claims or demands against dece- dent's estate must file their claims against you for the relief demanded may be entered against you for the All other creditors of the
dent's estate must file their claims dent's estate must file their claim with this court WITHIN "3 in the petition, relief demanded in the petition, decedent and other persons having
with this court WITHIN 3 with this court WiTHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Copies of all court documents in Copies of all court documents in claims or demands against dece-
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF this case, including orders, are this case, including orders, are dent's estate must file their claims
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. available at the Clerk of the Circuit available at the Clerk of the Circuit with this court WITHIN 3
THIS NOTICE. THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED Court's office. You may review Court's office. You may review MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED ALL CLAIMS NOT SO WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. these documents upon request. these documents upon request. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. FILED WILL BE FOREVER NOTWITHSTANDING THE You must keep the Clerk of the You must keep the Clerk of the THIS NOTICE.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE BARRED. TIME PERIOD SET FORTH Circuit Court's office notified of Circuit Court's office notified of ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH NOTWITHSTANDING ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED your current address. (You may file your current address. (You may file FILED WILL BE FOREVER
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE Notice of Current Address, Florida Notice of Current Address, Florida BARRED.
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED AFTER THE DECEDENT'S Supreme Court Approved Family Supreme Court Approved Family NOTWITHSTANDING
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Law Form 12,915.) Future papers Law Form 12.915.) Future papers THE TIME PERIOD.SET FORTH
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. AFTER THE DECEDENT'S The date of the first publication in this lawsuit will be mailed to the if this lawsuit will be mailed to the ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
The date of the first publication DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. of this notice is: June 17, 2005. address on record at the clerk's address on record at the clerk's TWO (2). YEARS OR MORE
of this notice is June 10, 2005. The date of first publication office, office. AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
of this notice is June 10, 2005. MARY ANN LANE WARNING: Rule 12.285, Flori- WARNING: Rule 12,285, Flori- DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
Personal Representative: Personal Representative da Family Law Rules of Procedure, da Family Law Rules of Procedure. The date of first publication
Edward A. Weintraub Personal Representative: 3030 Homestead Court requires certain automatic disclo- requires certain automatic disclo- of this Notice is June 10, 2005.
3850 Falls Road KENT W. DAVIS Clearwater, FL 33759 sure of documents and information, sure df documents and information.
Moreland, OH 44022 The Legal Center Failure' to comply can result in Failure to comply can result in Personal Representative:
6572 Seminole Blvd., Ste. 9 William Rambaum, Esquire sanctions, including dismissal or sanctions, including dismissal or Michael Schiavo
Attorney for Seminole, FL 33772 Attorney for striking of pleadings. striking of pleadings. c/o 204 Scotland Street
Personal Representative Personal Representative Dated: May 27, 2005. Dated: June 3, 2005. Dunedin, Florida 34698
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Page 6 Pinellas News Friday, June 17, 2005
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE
Notice is hereby given that the Housing Finance Authority of Pinellas
County. Florida (the "Authority") will hold and conduct its regular
monthly meetings at 3:00 p.m. on the eighth floor of the Bank of Ameri-
ca Building, Housing Finance Authority Conference Room, 600 Cleve-
land Street, Suite 800, Clearwater, Florida on the following dates:

October 4. 2005
November 1, 2005
December 6, 2005
January 3, 2006
February 7, 2006
March 7. 2006
April 4, 2006
May 2. 2006
June 6, 2006
July 11, 2006
September 12. 2006

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons need-
ing a special accommodation to participate in any of the scheduled meet-
ings should contact the individual or agency publishing this notice no
later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given in this
notice. Telephone: 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V), via
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061707


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

You will please take notice that the Board of County Commissioners
of Pinellas County at its regular meeting of June 7, 2005, in the County
Commission Assembly Room, Pinellas County Courthouse, Clearwater,
Florida, adopted a resolution vacating the following legally described
property as petitioned by Peter C. Krauser, Eileen A. Krauser, Julian R.
Mawhinney, Margaret Mawhinney and Lake Chautauqua, Inc., re the fol-
lowing:

Portions of Fourth Avenue North, Third Avenue North and Lake
Shore Drive in Unit Number I Section A. Chautauqua on the
Lake Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 9, Page 52, of the Pub-
lic Records of Pinellas County, Florida.


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Jun 17. 2005


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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
CITY OF PINELLAS PARK, FLORIDA
QUASI-JUDICIAL

The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Pinellas Park will
hold a Quasi-Judicial Public Hearing in City Council Chambers, City
Hall, 5141 78th Avenue North at 7:00 p.m. on July 7, 2005. At this meet-
ing the Planning and Zoning Commission will entertain all public com-
ment regarding any item on their agenda.
All case files are available for review at the Technical Services Build-
ing, 6051 78th Avenue North, in the Zoning Division.
1. CASE NO.: PUD 2005-5/Z 2005-6/BOA 2005-30 (Quasi-
Judicial)
REQUEST: Consideration of a request to rezone from "RE"
Residential Estates to "R-2" Single-family Resi-
dential, or a'zoning classification of lesser inten-
sity as identified in Chapter 18, Land Develop-
ment Code of the City Code of Ordinances and
Preliminary Master Plan approval for a proposed
Presidential subdivision "RPUD" Residential
Planned Unit Development, underlying "R-2"
Single-Family Residential Zoning District, with
variances to the following: creation of a private
right-of-way, width of a single point of
ingress/egress, lot: frontage, size of required
parking space, sidewalk requirements, and T-
turnaround rather than a cul-de-sac, along with
a waiver to the landscape buffer requirements.


LOCATION:
2. CASE NO.:


9670 60th Street and vacant parcel to the north.
PUD 2005-7/CU 2005-26/BOA 2005-29
(QUASI-JUDICIAL)


REQUEST:. Preliminary Master Plan approval fob a proposed
residential subdivision "RPUD". Residential
Planned Unit Development, underlying "R-6"
Multi-Family Residential/Commercial District,
with variances to the creation of a private right-
of-way, width of a single point of ingress/egress,
front and rear yard setbacks, size of required
parking space, and sidewalk requirements and a -
waiver to landscape buffer requirements; includ-
ing a request for a Conditional Use to allow a
density of 15 units/acre.


LOCATION:
3. CASE NO.:
REQUEST:




LOCATION:
4. CASE NO.:
REQUEST:





LOCATION:
5. CASE NO.:
REQUEST:










6. CASE NO.:
REQUEST:


7195 53rd Street North
CU 2005-27 (Quasi-Judicial)
Consideration of a Conditional Use for an "Edu-
cational Institution (Elementary, Middle, and
Senior)" in the "B-l" General Commercial Zon-
ing District, with waivers to the Conditional Use
requirement that use of land be limited to an
Educational Facility.
9021 US Highway 19 North
CU 2005-24 (QUASI-JUDICIAL)
Consideration of a request for the expansion of a
"Junk Yard, Scrap & Salvage Yard", A Condi-
tional Use in the "M" Heavy Industrial Zoning
District with waivers to the following Condition-
al Use requirements: Landscape buffering, stor-
age areas enclosed by solid wall or fence, and
height of stored material.
9380 67th Street
LDC 2005-8
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING, CHAPTER
18(LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE), ARTI-
CLE 3 "PARKLAND DEDICATION", OF THE
CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF
PINELLAS PARK, FLORIDA BYAMENDING
SECTION 18-305, "STANDARDS"; AND BY
AMENDING SECTION 18-310 "CALCULA-
TION OF CREDIT"; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH
TO THE EXTENT OF SUCH CONFLICT;
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
(LDC 2005-8)
Z 2005-7
A consideration of a request to rezone from "B-
I" General Commercial to "M-l" Light Industri-
al, or a zoning classification of lesser intensity as
identified in Chapter 18, Land Development
Code of the City Code of Ordinances.


LOCATION: 10812 66th Street and vacant parcel to south.
NOTICE
You are invited to register your opinions either at the public hearing or
by' a letter stating the. reasons for your opinions; Letters should be
addressed to the Zoning Division, Post Office Box 1-100, Pinellas Park,
Florida, 33781. For more information, please contact the Zoning Divi-
sion.
Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the City Council,
City Board or City Commission, with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose,
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
The applicant, proponents, and public should not communicate either
verbally or in writing with the meiibers of the Planning and Zoning Com-
mission regarding the matter under consideration except at the quasi-
judicial hearing, in that this could invalidate any action taken at the quasi-
judicial hearing. Please note that at the quasi-judicial hearing anyone
who has standing may address the issues at the hearing. All parties will
have an opportunity to question other speakers and be questioned by any-
one who is affected by the case. Should anyone wish to question City,
who reviewed the proposed request for compliance with City Code for
building, engineering, drainage, police or fire issues, please call the Zon-
ing Division, at least five days prior to the hearing, so that arrangements
can be made to have said staff attend the meeting.
Any written communication should be received 8 days prior to the
public hearing date in order to be made a part of the record and letters
should be addressed to the Zoning Division, Post Office Box 1100, Pinel-
las Park, Florida, 33780. All oral communication between the Board of
Adjustment and the public concerning this case is prohibited by Florida
State law unless made at the public hearing. For more information, please
contact the Zoning Division.
The City maintains a tape recording of all public hearings. In the
event that you wish to appeal a decision, the tape may or may not
adequately ensure a verbatim record
FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED An interpreter for individuals with
hearing impairment will be made available upon requests made at least 72

hours in advance. Also, an Assistive Hearing Device (magnifier) is avail-
able from the City Clerk for use in Council Chambers and all meeting
rooms throughout the City. This document is available in the following
accessible formats: Braille, Large Print, Audio Tape, and Electronic File
on Computer Disks.
Dean R Neal
Zoning Division Director
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County Commissioner John Morroni hands overt flag that was flown at the United States Capitol to Army Reservist
Col. William Falkner on Tuesday in honor of Flag Day. About 100 people took part in the celebration of the sometimes
forgotten holiday at War Veterans Park in St. Petersburg.



Honoring the stars and stripes

By Scott Afasano the first American flag. The cost of making the flag was
Staff Writer estimated to be about $405.
On June 14, 1777, in order to establish an official
In case you didn't know, there was a holiday this flag for the new nation, the Continental Congress passed
past week. Don't panic-it wasn't Father's Day-that's the first Flag Act: "Resolved, that the flag of the United
on Sunday. The forgotten holiday was Flag Day, which States be made of thirteen stripes, alternate red and
was this past Tuesday, June 15. white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue
SFor those who knew about Flag Day, there was a field, representing a new Constellation."
celebration of our stars and stripes at War Veterans Park Between 1777 and 1960, Congress passed several
in St. Petersburg. About'100 people attended the event, acts that changed the shape, design and arrangement of
including County Commissioner John Morroni and the flag and allowed for.additional stars and stripes to be
Army Reservist Col. William Falkner. added to reflect the admission of each new state.
Although it often takes a back seat to Memorial August 3 1949, President Harry Truman designated
Day, Veterans Day and Independence Day, in a sense, June 14 as National Flag Day.
Flag Day represents every aspect of those patriotic holi- While understanding the basic history'of the flag is
days. rather easy, perhaps there is room for more people to
Since September 11, 2001, flags have received a bit understand how much the flag means to our country and
more attention than before that infamous day. Some- the respect and etiquette that the flag deserves when it
times lost in the attention, however, is the history of the comes to being handled and displayed. Here are some
flag and what it means to the people of our country. interesting rules according to our nation's flag code.
"To me the colors of the flag mean different things," Section 6a says that if a flag is flown at night, it
said Falkner. "The white of the flag represents the righ- should be properly illuminated.
teousness of the people it represents. The red reminds Section 8d of the flag code forbids people to wear
Sme that freedom comes at a high cost. The blue repre- the flag as apparel. All those people trying to be patri-
sents the honor and integrity that the government com- otic in supporting our country wearing the red, white
mits to us all." and blue are actually disrespecting it.
To Falkner, the flag symbolizes a country like no Section 8i of the flag code says that the flag should-
other; a melting pot of races, religions, culture and opin- n't be used for advertising. For example, it is against the
ions. The celebration of Flag Day at War Veterans Park code to put. images of the American flag on items such
allowed the people in attendance to appreciate that cul- as paper plates and napkins. According to this section,
tural blend. Five people representing five different eth- "the flag should not be printed or otherwise impressed
nicities, Hispanic, Asian, Greek, German and Italian, on ... anything that is designed for temporary use and
were in attendance to recite the American Pledge of discard."
Allegiance in their native languages. Other rules of etiquette, such as those listed in sec-
Falkner also went on to explain the history of the tion 8k, stress that the flag should never touch the
American Flag of which many people are oblivious to or ground and if a.flag becomes too dirty to where it can no
have forgotten about. Here is a little refresher course on longer be displayed, it should be burned, not thrown
the history of Old Glory and the day of its recognition. away.
On New Year's Day in 1776, General George Wash- Next time you look at a flag, know that there is a
ington ordered a flag to be flown above his base at day dedicated to America's most patriotic symbol-a
Prospect Hill. It had 13 alternate red and white stripes day for the history, rules and etiquette concerning the
ana the British Union Jack in the upper left-hand corer. flag to be recalled and a day for all Americans to pay
In May of 1776, Betsy Ross reported that she sewed respect to the logo of our nation.



County web site to provide mapping


database of sex offenders


Pinellas County announces a new feature on its Web
site to provide a database that can create maps of where
sex offenders or predators live in relation to schools,
homes, day-care centers and other search selections. It is
map-based with a variety of additional information such
as definitions and frequently asked questions.
The database contains information downloaded
from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and is
updated regularly.
The Web address is http://www.pinellascounty.org/
offender/.
The site offers different queries you can search by
Zip code, intersection, address or public school. Geo-


graphic information layers can be turned on and.off,
such as major roads, schools, day-care centers, libraries,
bus stops, and jurisdictions leveraging the Pinellas
County geographic information system. Sex offender
and predator addresses are indicated by orange or red
people icons, which by double-clicking will open a copy
of the FDLE flier on that individual. Blue icons repre-
sent locations that house more than one offender.
"It's an easy way to check for possible sex offend-
ers in your neighborhood," said Tim Burs, justice
information analyst for Justice and Consumer Services.
"The mapping system takes the FDLE data and provides
added features for Pinellas County citizens."


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Mr. and Mrs. Smith


offers eye candy,


nothing more

By Scott Afasano
Staff Writer

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened this past Week, surrounded by the hype of
leading cast members' Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's off-screen romance.
After seeing the movie, I've realized that the tabloid articles, rumors and
Pitt's pending divorce with Jennifer Aniston make for a much better tale than
Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
The main problem with the movie is it has no direction. The movie is
basically two hours and twenty long minutes of watered down one-liners
between Jolie-and Pitt mixed in with tasteless action scenes. It is rare that
you find a movie that is solely based on chemistry and whose plot doesn't
matter. The drama in Pitt's and Jolie's flick doesn't come close to matching
the script of their off-screen story, and the movie simply rests on eye-candy
as its driving force.
Jolie and Pitt play John and Jane Smith, a married couple who work as
assassins for two rival firms. The big twist is that they have kept their dead-
ly jobs a secret from each other through six years of marriage.
The movie starts out with the Smith's attending marriage counseling.
Both are struggling to keep their jobs a secret while maintaining a happy life
together.
The interaction between.Pitt and Jolie is comical at first, as they fight
through their petty differences with the counselor. The chemistry, however,
is mediocre and the entertainment is stale.
After the counseling session, the movie spends about five minutes
explaining how the couple met and only about 30 seconds explaining what
they do for a living.
Most of the movie focuses on the Smith's fighting each other, literally.
When a client double books a hit, with both Smith's assigned to get the same
job done, their firms decide it would be best to have the competition elimi-
nated.
The next hour and a half is spent with the Smith's slugging it out in their
beautiful, yet well armed suburban home. The movie's most intriguing
scene is when both find out that the other is the assassin they are assigned to
kill. The best chemistry comes at the dinner table, moments before the
Smith's attempt to kill each other.
To me, the movie should have ended after both realize that their love is
too strong and killing each other is not an option.
When this decision is made not to end one another's life, the firms
decide to have them both killed and in doing so, kill the rest of the movie as
well. The Smith's combine their love and combatant skills to team up and
take out an army of hitmen.
Director Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity), who is known for his car
chase scenes, gives the audience another elaborate one in Mr. and Mrs.
Smith. The scene is good, but the action is taken over by much of the same
humor that was introduced at the beginning of the film. The, best part of
the chase scene is the fact that the Smiths are driving a two sided sliding
door mini-van. I'm still confused as to why they need a mini van if they
don't have children. Nonetheless the car chase is somewhat entertaining.
Overall, the audience and the critics will probably buy into the movie
because Jolie and Pitt's romance has been hammered into their heads for
three months leading up to this movie. For having no plot and no direction,
SMr. and Mrs. Smith deserves some credit for not going straight to video.
Most of the recognition, however, should go to Jolie and Pitt for selling this
movie with their hidden romance and their use of the media. Without that,
it's just two sex symbols turned corny comedians with.'.. never..........end-
ing ..;,. action. Grade D.



Spring brings mixed bag of


temperatures for U.S.,


Northwest rains help ease


drought


This spring cooler-than-average temperatures prevailed throughout
much of the eastern U.S., according to scientists at the NOAA National Cli-
matic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. However, for the contiguous United
States, temperatures between March through May were warmer than aver-
age, especially in western and north-central states. Drier-than-average con-
ditions were widespread from the south-central U.S. to the.Great Lakes and
mid-Atlantic. The global average temperature was the second warmest on
record for March-May.
U.S.Temperatures: Based on preliminary data, the NOAA National Cli-
matic Data Center reports that the average spring temperature for the con-
tiguous United States was 52.4 degrees F (11.3 degrees C), which was 0.5
degrees F (0.3 degrees C) above the 1895-2004 mean. The mean tempera-
ture in 19 states, located mostly in the northern Plains and West, was above
average, while 14 states in the east were cooler' than average during the
spring. It was the second-warmest spring on record in Alaska, dating back to
1918, and the second year in a row that a new record was established for the
month of May. Ten states along the eastern seaboard were much colder than
the long-term mean in May.
U.S.Precipitation: Spring precipitation was near. average for the con-
tiguous U.S. Much wetter-than- average conditions in Florida, New England
and much of the West contrasted with unusually dry conditions in a region
stretching 'from Texas and Louisiana to the Upper Midwest and mid-
Atlantic. Nevada and Idaho had their second wettest spring on record, and
Oregon, its third wettest spring, while seven states from Oklahoma to Michi-
gan and Wisconsin were much drier than average.
Above average spring precipitation in much of the Southwest followed
an unusually wet winter for the region, but in the Northwest, where this was
the second wettest spring on record, the above-average rain and snowfall
helped lessen drought conditions that worsened during an extremely dry
winter. Moderate-to-extreme drought (as defined by a widely used measure
of droUight-the Palmer Drought Index) affected 41 percent of the North-
west (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming) at the end of spring,


compared to 63 percent at the end of winter. Although this reflects a signif-
icant improvement, severe long-term precipitation deficits remain. Snow-
pack, one of the major sources of water for the region, was less than 50 per-
cent of average during much of spring across large portions of the north-
Western U.S.
Global Temperatures: The average global temperature for combined
land and ocean surfaces during March-May (based on preliminary data) was
,1.1 degrees F (0.6 degrees C) above the 1880-2004 long-term mean. This
was the second-warmest March May period since 1880 '(the beginning of
reliable instrumental records): Above-average temperatures occurred across
much of Asia, northwestern Africa, western Europe, Australia, Canada and
the western U.S. Colder-than-average conditions occurred in eastern Europe
and southern Scandinavia, eastern U.S., Japan and parts of India. El Niflo/La
Nifia conditions transitioned from a weak warm phase (El Nifo) to near-peu-
tral conditions during the spring.


NASA announces




Day of the Comet

After a voyage of 173 days and 431 million kilometers (268 million
miles), NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft will get up-close and personal with
comet Tempel 1 on July 4 (EDT)
The first of its kind, hyper-speed impact between space-borne iceberg
and copper-fortified probe is scheduled for approximately 1:52 a.m. EDT on
Independence Day (10:52 p.m. PDT on July 3). The potentially spectacular
collision will be observed by the Deep Impact spacecraft, and ground and
space-based observatories.
"We are really threading the needle with this one," said Rick Grammi-
er, Deep Impact project manager at NAS'A's Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
Pasadena, Calif. "In our quest of a great scientific payoff, we are attempting
something never done before at speeds and distances that are truly out of this
world."
During the early morning hours of July 3 (EDT), the Deep Impact
spacecraft will deploy a 1-meter-wide (39-inch-wide) impactor into the path
of the comet, which is about half the size of Manhattan Island, N.Y. Over the
next 22 hours, Deep Impact navigators and mission members located more
than 133 million kilometers (83 million miles) away at JPL, will steer both
spacecraft and impactor toward the comet. The impactor will head into the
comet and the flyby craft will pass approximately 500 kilometers (310
miles) below.
Tempel 1 is hurtling through space at approximately 37,100 kilometers
per hour (23,000 miles per hour or 6.3 miles pet second). At that speed you
could travel from New York to Los Angeles in, less than 6.5 minutes. Two
hours before impact, when mission events will be happening so fast and so
far away, the impactor will kick into autonomous navigation mode. It must
perform its own navigational solutions ard thruster firings to make contact
with the comet.
"The autonav is like having a little astronaut on board," Grammier said.
"It has to navigate and fire thrusters three times to steer the wine cask-sized
impactor into the mountain-sized comet nucleus closing at 23,000 miles per
hour."
The crater produced by the impact could range'in size from a large
house up to a football stadium, and from two to 14 stories deep. Ice and dust
debris will be ejected from the crater, revealing the material beneath. The
flyby spacecraft has approximately 13 minutes to take images and spectra of
the collision and its result before it must endure a potential blizzard of par-
ticles from the nucleus of the comet.
"The last 24 hours of the impactor's life should provide the most spec-
tacular data in the history of cometary science," said Deep Impact Principal
Investigator Dr. Michael A'Hearn of the University of Maryland, College
Park. "With the information we receive after the impact, it will be a whole
new ballgame. We know.so little about the structure of cometary nuclei that
almost every moment we expect to learn something new."
The Deep Impact spacecraft has four data collectors to observe the
effects of the collision. A camera and infrared spectrometer, which comprise
the High Resolution Instrument, are carried on the flyby spacecraft, along
with a Medium Resolution Instrument. A duplicate of the Medium Resolu-
tion Instrument on the impactor will record the vehicle's final moments
before it is run over by Tempel 1'.
"In the world of science, this is the astronomical equivalent of a 767 air-
liner running into a mosquito," said Dr. Don Yeomans, a Deep Impact mis-
sion scientist at JPL. "The impact simply will not appreciably modify the
comet's orbital path; Comet Tempel 1 poses no threat to the Earth now or in
the foreseeable future."
Deep Impact will provide a glimpse beneath the surface of a comet,
where material from the solar system's formation remains relatively
unchanged. Mission scientists expect the project will answer basic questions
about the formation of the solar system, by offering a better look at the
nature and composition of the frozen celestial travelers we call comets.
The University of Maryland is responsible for overall Deep Impact mis-
sion management, and project management is handled by JPL. The space-
craft was built forNASA by Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation,
Boulder, Colo.


UNIVERSITY OF


FLORIDA


Deadly aortic disease difficult

for doctorsto detect

Aortic disease kills nearly 15,000 people in the United States each year,
but the rarity and complexity of this deadly disorder make accurately diag-
nosing it difficult for doctors in the health-care trenches, University of Flori-
da researchers have found.
UF surgeons who specialize in treating the disease studied the charts of
100 patients who were transferred to Shands at UF medical center with sus-
pected aortic ailments and found that about one-quarter of them initially had
been misdiagnosed, delaying treatment for some and sending others into the
operating room needlessly.
The study, which appears this month in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery,
suggests many doctors who do not routinely treat aortic disease have diffi-
culty distinguishing between the two most common culprits, an aortic
aneurysm and an aortic dissection. An aneurysm is a bulge in the aorta that
can rupture, while a dissection is a sudden tear in the arterial wall. "Three's
Company" star John Ritter died in 2003 after suffering an aortic dissection,
drawing national attention to aortic disease.
But even a slight variance in diagnosis can mean the difference between
medical treatment and emergency surgery, said Dr. Thomas Beaver, a UF
assistant professor of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery and the study's
lead author.
"When you start talking about doing major thoracic aortic surgery on
somebody, you really want to be sure what you're doing and where it start-
ed," he said. "For people who aren't as familiar With it, it can be more chal-
lenging. There are subtle nuances."
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, 14,746 people
died in 2002 from either an aortic dissection or aneurysm, but most com-
munity doctors are. not exposed to these disorders often enough to discern
the subtleties between them, Beaver said. At Shands, where many patients
are referred for aortic disease treatment, thoracic surgeons perform nearly
200 aortic procedures a year.
Increased education in medical schools and more continuing education
for practicing physicians could improve how doctors diagnose aortic dis-
ease, the researchers suggest.
Prior to beginning their research, the surgeons had noticed about 30 per-
cent of the aortic cases they received from hospitals came to them with inac-
curate diagnoses, Beaver said. After Ritter's death, the surgeons decided to
find out why.
.Twenty-four of the 100 cases UF researchers studied had discrepancies
in transferring and final diagnoses, and half of these contained initial misin-
terpretations of radiology tests and scans, the findings show. One patient
who was rushed in for emergency surgery to repair an aortic dissection actu-
ally had a normal aorta that appeared as if it were ripping on a scan because
of an imaging fluke called a pulsation artifact. The aorta moves so fast dur-
ing a scan it may look like the arterial wall is tearing when it is fine, some-


Pinellas News Friday, June 17, 2005 Page 7



Military news

Navy Seaman Matthew K. 'itsch, son of Helen E. and William K.
Tutsch of Palm Harbor, Fla., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week program, Tutsch completed a variety of training
which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs,
first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft
safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations", This exercise
gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet.
"Battle Stations" is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sac-
rifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through the prac-
tical application of basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor, Courage
and Commitment. Its distinctly "Navy" flavor was designed to take into
account what it means to be a Sailor.
Tutsch is a 1999 graduate of Dunedin High School of Dunedin, Fla.
Marine Corps Reserve Pfc. Mark J. Nelson, a 2001 graduate of
Admiral Farragut Academy, St. Petersburg, Fla., recently selected as the dis-
tinguished graduate from the Marine Corps Basic Combat Engineer Course
at Marine Corps Engineer School, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N. C.
During the five-week course, Nelson received instruction in the funda-
mentals of engineering support for combat units, including the procedures
for building and repairing bridges, roads and field fortifications. Nelson also
learned the art of demolition, land mine warfare and camouflage techniques.
Nelson joined the Marine Corps Reserve in November 2004.
Air Force Airman Christopher J. West has graduated from basic mil-
itary training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mis-
sion, organization, and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and received physical training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and special training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an
associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force.
West is the son of Brian and Karen West of 76th St. N., Pinellas Park,
Fla.
He is a 2004 graduate of Largo High School, Fla.
Jeff A. Brown has graduated from Officer Candidate School (OCS) at
Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga., and was commissioned as a second lieu-
tenant in the U.S. Army.
During the 14 weeks of training, the officer candidate received "basic
soldiering" instruction in leadership, professional ethics, soldier team devel-
opment, combined arms tactics, weapons defense, combat water survival,
squad drill, intelligence, field training exercises, and navigation, mainte-
nance, communications, staff and general military subjects, and physical
training and conditioning.
The candidate was tested on leadership skills and team work abilities
required of a commissioned officer. The student utilized acquired skills to
function in "leader and follower" positions in squad and platoon sized ele-
ments in a stressful and demanding field environment.
Brown, a field artillery officer, is assigned to the 501st Infantry Regi-
ment, Fort Richardson, Anchorage, Alaska.
He is the son of Christine Benson of Amberlea Drive S., Dunedin, Fla.,
and Bob J. Brown of Endicott Court, Clearwater, Fla
In 1993, Browin graduated from Dunedin High School, and in, 1998,
received a bachelor's degree from the University of Florida, Gainesville.
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Tina D. Cabri, daughter of Marilyn R. and
Darrell Herrick of Clearwater, Fla., and the Marines and Sailors of 2nd
Force Service Support Group (Forward) are in the middle of a scheduled
deployment in Western Iraq.
Cabri's unit deployed from Camp Lejeune, N. C., in support of Opera-
tion Iraqi Freedom and to provide logistical support including supplies,
maintenance, transportation, landing support and health services for II
Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward).
The 4,000, Marines and Sailor's primary mission is to assist in the
reconstruction of Iraq, and develop a safe and represented Iraq that will con-
tribute-to the defeat of the-global threat of terrorism.
Cabri is a 2003 graduate of Dunedin High School of Dunedin, Fla. and
joined the Marine Corps in December 2003.
Marine Corps 'Reserve Cpl. Mark R. Gamache, son of Clara
Gamache of Topeka, Kan. and Ronald G Gamache,of Largo, Fla., and the
Marines and Sailors of 2nd Force Service Support Group (Forward) are in
the middle of a scheduled deployment in Western Iraq.
Gamache's unit deployed from Camp Lejeune, N. C., in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom and to provide logistical support including sup-
plies, maintenance, transportation, landing support and health services for-Ii
Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward).
The 4,000 Marines and Sailor's primary mission is to assist in the
reconstruction of Iraq, and develop a safe and represented Iraq that will con-
tribute to the defeat of the global threat of terrorism.
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Lonie E. Harris, whose wife, Ashley, is
the daughter of Carol and Micheal Konak of St. Petersburg, Fla., and the
Marines and Sailors of 2nd Force Service Support Group (Forward) are in
the middle of a scheduled deployment in'Western Iraq.
Harris' unit deployed from Camp Lejeune, N. C., in support of Opera-
tion Iraqi Freedom and to provide logistical support including supplies,
maintenance, transportation, landing support and health services for II
Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward).
The 4,000 Marines and Sailor's primary mission is to assist in the
reconstruction of Iraq, and develop a safe and represented Iraq that will con-
tribute to the defeat of the global threat of terrorism.
Air Force Master Sgt. William J. Grant has arrived for duty at
Whiteman Air Force Base, Knob Noster, Mo.
Grant, an instrument flight control section chief, is assigned to the
509th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. He has served in the military for 17
years.
He is the son of Maria R. Walsh of Easton St., Lowell, Mass., and step-
son of Dennis E. Walsh of North Road, Deerfieid, N.H.
His wife, Maria, is the daughter of Jose and Emma D..De Los Reyes of
94th Ave., Pinellas Park, Fla.
The sergeant is a 1985 graduate of Woburn High School, Mass,, iand in
1995 received an associate degree from the Community College of the Air
Force, Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He earned a bache-
lor's degree in 2002 from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University through
the military extension program at Ramstein Air Base, Kaiserslautern, Ger-
many.
thing a radiologist unfamiliar with the phenomenon may not realize, Beaver
said.
But like other physicians, radiologists at a typical hospital don't see aor-
tic dissections too often, said Dr. Tomas Martin, a UF associate professor of
thoracic and cardiovascular surgery.
"The difficulty is it is an infrequent disease," he said. "It's not a com-
mon problem."
Diagnosing aortic disease also can be difficult because patients com-
plain of "nondescript symptoms," such as chest pains, said Dr. Scott
LeMaire, ahi associate professor of cardiothoracic surgery at the Baylor: Col-


lege of Medicine in Texas. Among 100,000 patients complaining of chest
pains, three may have an aortic dissection, LeMaire said, so it's not the first
thing a doctor may consider.
But while a patient may be able to live with an aortic aneurysm for
years, a dissection requires emergency surgery if it occurs in the part of the
aorta near the heart, he said.
"The outcome (of the surgery) is better than it used to be, but it is still
a fairly risky surgery," LeMaire said. "Dissection is an event. There's no real
way of predicting it."
Genetics could be the best indicator right now for preventing and treat-
ing aortic disease before an aortic tear or-rupture, Martin said. People with
relatives who have had aortic aneurysms or dissections should be examined
for signs of the disease.
"It's a curable disease," Martin said. "And it's much better treated on an
elective basis than on an emergency basis."









Page 8 Pinellas News Friday, June 17, 2005


Rays notes


Photo by Scott Afasanc
The kids from Academy Prep in St Petersburg pose for a picture at Twin Brooks Golf Course on Tuesday. The Tampa Bay Lighting Foundation, the Professional
Golf Association Tour Chrysler Championship and the United States Golf Association donated $25,000 to help fund the year round golf program.



Local groups chip in for youth golf


By Scott Afasano
Staff Writer
Golf is in full swing this summer, particular-
ly for the kids from Academy Prep in St. Peters-
burg's Midtown area.
On Tuesday, at Twin Brooks Golf Course in
St. Petersburg, City Council Chairman Rick
Kriseman and Council member Rene Flowers
accepted checks from the Tampa Bay Lighting
Foundation, the Professional Golf Association
Tour Chrysler Championship and the Uqted
States Golf Association to help fund Academy
Prep's summer and year round golf program. A
total of $25,000 was donated by these organiza-
tions.
'"There has been a long history of junior golf
in St. Pete," said Golf Course Director Jeff Hollis.
'There are more than 1,000 programs for golf in
the area. I want to thank all of the sponsors for
helping fund this particular program."
In the three years in which Academy Prep has
been apart of the golf program, they have nman-
aged to not only expand the program to be year


round, but become successful as well. The school
is now one of a handful of middle schools in St.
Petersburg that have created a golf team and com-
pete against one another.
"We are very proud of our students at Acade-
my Prep," said Interim Head of Academy Prep
School Dr. Keturah Mills. "Last year we finished
second out of five middle schools in the golf tour-
nament."
The program offers more than 100 students
in grades five through eight with lessons from
area golf instructors, golf equipment and access
to the course and its driving range. This is a big
deal for many of the students that are given schol-
arships to Academy Prep based on financial need.,
The students are now receiving a quality educa-
tion at their desks and on the links.
"We wouldn't be here without the support of
the community," said Mills. "Golf is a great
game that teaches many positive life skills. It
teaches honesty, patience and perseverance. The
kids are not just learning lessons in golf, but
lessons'in life as well. It is a great opportunity for
youth in the community."


Rays sign first round


pick Wade Townsend

The Tampa Bay Devil Rays last Friday signed right-handed pitcher
Wade Townsend, their first round pick in the 2005 First-Year Player Draft
and eighth overall selection, to a minor league contract. Further terms were
not disclosed.
The 22-year-old' Townsend, a native of Drippings Springs, Texas, is a
graduate of Rice University where he was teammates with Tampa Bay's
2004 first round draft.pick, Jeff Niemann.
He was a combined 25-3 in 66 games, 28 starts, with 336 strikeouts in
his career at Rice with a 2.05 ERA, the 2nd best in school history.
Townsend was named thd 2004 Western Athletic Conference Pitcher of
the Year after going 12-0 with 2 saves and a 1.80 ERA in 18 games, 15 starts,
with a team-high 120.1 innings pitched and a team-best .181 opponent's bat-
ting average his senior seasonwith the Owls.
Townsend was also selected as the 2004 Academic All-American of the
Year by the College Sports Information Directors of America for maintain-
ing a 3.59 GP.A. while majoring in history, economics and managerial stud-
ies.
He was selected by the Baltimore Orioles with the 8th overall pick in
last year's June Draft along with Rice teammates Philip Humber (Mets) and
Niemann becoming the first trio of players from the same school to be
selected among the top 10 picks in MLIB draft history. He returned to Rice
and graduated in December with a degree in history.


Twin Brooks Golf Course, located at 3800
22nd Avenue South in St. Petersburg, is one of the
city's three public golf courses and closest to
Midtown and Academy Prep. The course is a par
three, designed to help ease beginners into the
game of golf. It is the course where the students
will learn putting, chipping, full swing, rules and
etiquette.
"Twin Brooks hosts about 60,000 golfers per.
year," said Council Chairman Kriseman. "This
course gives people that never played the game an
opportunity to learn it; There are no long intimi-
dating holes that can scare you to death."
Twin Brooks is also a positive environment
in a section of the city that sometimes gets scruti-
nized for being an area of trouble. The children
of Academy Prep along with the supporting com-
munity have a chance to help reshape that view.
"This is a beautiful golf course located in an
area that often gets a bad reputation," said Coun-
cil Member Flowers. "This is a day of positive
press in our neighborhoods."


By Scott Afasano
Staff Writer
It has finally happened. It only
took two and a half years. Two and
a half years of built up anger, frus-
tration and stress. Tampa Bay Devil
Rays manager Lou Piniella has
finally hit rock bottom.
Following an 18-2 drubbing
courtesy of the lowly Pittsburgh
Pirates, Piniella made it clear that he
has had enough of losing. Further-
more, he's had enough of losing;
with fallen promises that the team
will improve.
It appears that Piniella has been
backed into the corner for the last,
time. Instead of allowing the coun-
try to take shots at him for losing,
Piniella decided it was time to start
throwing some jabs of his own last
Sunday. His punching bag...Rays'
ownership.
By, going on the offensive
toward ownership, Piniella opened
himself to retaliation which could
come in the form of losing his job if
the ownership decides to fire the
,future hall of fame coach. That
decision is highly unlikely though
because the owners seemingly don't
want to have to pay Piniella the rest
of his contract through 2006, while
'also paying for a new manager.
Piniella is expected to make $4.5
million next season.
For now, Piniella appears to
have immunity in a club that refuses
to spend any kind of money.
At this point, having Lou
around makes no difference. The
club promised him that by the end of
his contract he would be given a
team based payroll of more than $40
million. Since he has been with the
Rays, the team's payroll has hovered
around $30 million-the lowest in
baseball.
It has been proven that even
with a manager who won a World
Series ring with the Cincinnati Reds
irf 1991, a manager who is tenth all
time in wins, and a manager who
took a Seattle Mariner's franchise
out of the bottom of its division and
into the playoffs, can't win with that
kind of payroll.


If the Rays lose Piniella, they
will more than likely lose much of
what little fan base the club has.
Being a native of Tampa, Piniel-
la is well respected in this communi-
ty and with his recent comments
about ownership, he is likely to have
a lot of people backing his opinion.
Should Piniella leave, either by
quitting or being fired, the Rays PR
department will have to get creative.
What desperate attempts can the
Rays make for getting fans to come
back to the field? Here are a few
wild ideas for the Rays' marketing
department to consider.
Fans entering the stadium can
register to earn a spot in the Rays'
starting rotation. The Rays can
choose about five fans to give bat-
ting practice to the team before the
game. The one who epitomizes the
Rays' pitchers the most will than
start that night for the Rays. Then
Rays' fans may get to see a nice
home run derby by the other team.
On the flip side, the audience may
get lucky and see the fan become the
number one starter. It's not that far
fetched.
Another idea would be to have
the Rays' mascot, Raymond,
become the new designated hitter.
His big body is sure to invite, at the
least, a few beanings. If done
enough times, perhaps the Trop
could play host to top-notch enter-
tainment if the monstrous blue fur
ball charged the mound.
While we're on the topic of
mascots, why not have a no-holds-
barred cage match in between
innings featuring the Bay area mas-
cots. Bucco Bruce, The Lightning
Bug and Raymond could be sus-
pended over the outfield in a steel
cage with an assortment of folding
chairs and two by fours.
The craziest idea...now hear me
out...could be to get an owner or
owners in here that want to spend
money, build a competitive team and
make their future hall of fame man-
ager happy.
On second thought...how can I
get in contact with Raymond and the
marketing department?


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OF Jonny Gomes was recalled Monday from Triple A Durham..Gomes was up
from April 21-May 9 and hit two home with five RBI. He hit his third home run
in Monday's 5-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers

Baldelli's season likely over
Outfielder Rocco Baldelli tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his right
elbow and will undergo "Tommy John Surgery" next week. He injured the
elbow working out at the Rays minor league complex while recovering from
off-season knee surgery. He was preparing to return to the Rays immedi-
ately after the All-Star break.

Ranking the offense
Heading into Wednesday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers the
Rays were first in the majors in batting with runners in scoring position
(.305), first in the American League with .340 pinch hitting average and first
with three pinch hit home runs, which tied the club mark for one season.
The Rays were also second in the majors in stolen bases with 63. They were
fourth in the majors in overall batting at .279 and third in the majors in bat-
ting at home (.293).

Ranking the defense
Heading into Wednesday's game the Rays were last in the majors in
ERA 5.80. They were also last in fielding.committing 57 errors. They were
tied for first with the New York Yankees for most unearned runs allowed.

Cantu does well
Heading into Wednesday's game infielder Jorge Cantu had the third
best batting average in inter-league play in the majors at .447. He also had
the American League's fifth best average in June at .405. Heading into
Wednesday he also had 32 doubles in 96 since joining the Rays last August
13. Only one other American Leaguer had more since that point, Seattle
Mariner Raul Ibanez had 33.

Lou vs. Tony
Two Tampa natives square off this weekend when the St. Louis Cardi-
nals come to town. Cardinal Manager Tony LaRussa leads the all time
series vs. Rays' coach Lou Piniella at 41 games to 35. That includes the post
season when Piniella's Cincinnati Reds defeated LaRussa's Oakland A's in
the 1990 World Series four games to zero.

Rays rookies rock
Tampa bay had seven rookies on the roster heading into. Tuesday's
gime. Right handed pitcher Tim Corcoran, right handed pitcher Chad
Oivella, right handed pitcher Lee Gardner, left handed pitcher Scott Kazniir,
right handed pitcher Franklin Nuriez, outfielder Jonny Gomes and outfield-
er Damon Hollins. With an average age of 28.41 the Rays have the second
youngest team in the American League and fourth youngest in the majors.
Heading into Wednesday's game the Rays' rookies were batting .314 with
nine home runs and 24 RBI.

Shining Rays of the week:
Doug Waechter and Lou Piniella
The right handed pitcher from St. Pete has given up only seven runs in
his last three starts while striking out 10. More importantly Waechter ended
the Rays' seven game losing streak when he and the Rays defeated the Pitts-
burgh Pirates 7-5 last Sunday. Manager Lou Piniella earns co-shining Ray
of the week for finally voicing his opinion on the ownership of the Rays.
Piniella wanted people around the country to know that the reason the Rays
are hot competitive is because ownership refuses to spend money.

Slumping Rays of the week: The owners
The Rays ownership has been disingenuous, by displaying a lack of
respect for its fans. The team has the lowest payroll in baseball at just over
$29 million and show no sign of improvement.








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Rays manager Lou Pinlella has been a hot topic in the sporting world as of
late. Last week he criticized the Rays ownership for not spending enough
money. Entering today's play, Pinlella was 20th in all time wins by a manager,
trailing Earl Weaver by only five.


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