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Title: Gabber
Uniform Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
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Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport Fla
Publication Date: June 28, 2007
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I since 1968
Gulfport Projects
Deep Budget Cuts
S side -"These are not scare tactics. No
/ this week... basic government service is going
to be untouched," said Gulfport
City manager Tom Brobeil during
his Five Year Service and Capital
Independence Day Plan presentation to council on
Celebration Tuesday. June 19.
Celebration Brobeil outlined a baseline budget
Check events happening as it would have appeared prior
in Gulfport. to recent changes in the property
See page 7 tax structure coming out from the
special session just passed in Tal-
Public Comment lahassee. Then he zeroed in on
A painful presentation. different scenarios depending on
See page 18 what transpires with the planned
ret'erendum on the Homestead ex-
emptions scheduled for the Janu-
ary 29. 2008 election.
Trip to Florida All of the scenarios include dras-
A French student tic reductions in city staffing and
discusses her stay In possible elimination of services
Florida. such as the popular GENIS trans-
See page 24 portation program for seniors,
along with signiticantlyv higher
fees for public utilities, rental fees
St. Petersburg's for city facilities and programs.
Governor At the very least with statutory
Charlie Crist a home- changes just passed by the state,
town historical figure. Gulfport will need to slash about
See page 26 $1.050,000 from its general fund.
Brobeil translated that into the
elimination of about 2.3 positions
Gulfport 5kS Budgt. 41
Cancelled ee Budget, page 41
Cancelled


Annual event cancelled
due to health.
See page 39

Senior Center
Foundation
Estates donating over
$50,000.
See page 48


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Photo by Tom Gibson
Some fishermen believe that the best fishing spots are near sub-
merged rocks or around mangroves. Angler Nathan Carlton'believes
that around a Dodge Dakota is the best place to find trout and red-
fish. This photo was taken on the Tierra Verde causeway; the owner
of the truck and how it ended up half submerged was unknown.

City Clerk's Resignation Moved

Gul port City Clerk Louise Spence will now resign from her
post on June 29, accepting an employment separation agree-
mnient proposed by Vice Mayor Ted Phillips. The agreement
will give Spence severance payment of $45,047 less taxes and
a 12'... contribution to the ICMA Retirement Fund. The pay-
ment includes $30,000 in wages, $10,451 in accrued vacation
and sick leave (unused 32.5%) in the amount of $4,596.
See City Clerk, page 45


Yummy Summer Treat


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The Gulfport Multipurpose
Senior Center hosted an
Old Fashioned Summer Ice
Cream Social last Monday.
About 90 people enjoyed ice
cream treats and the sounds
of "Good 'Ole Boys" a country
and western duet. The sing-
ers donated their time and
Ruth Bird, a St. Petersburg
resident and daily participant
in Senior Center activities, do-
nated the funds to purchase
the ice cream.
Photo by Greg Stemm


Free Boat Ramp
Use For DAV's

Gulfport City Council ap-
proved to wave the mu-
nicipal boat ramp fees at
the Marina for disabled
American veterans who
are able to produce proof
verifying the applicant's
military disability to the
Harbor Master. Veterans
wishing to apply for the
. waiver of fees do not have
to be Gulfport residents.






Gulfport Celebrates
the 4th of July
The City of Gulfport looks forward
to another spectacular 4th of July
celebration with a phenomenal line-
up of fun and exciting activities in
the City's downtown waterfront dis-
trict on Wednesday, July 4th!
The day kicks off with a Kids' Fish-
ing Derby at the Recreation Center
seawall from 8-11 a.m. Registration
for the derby will start at 7:30 a.m.
followed by a Sandcastle Contest
sponsored by the Gulfport Optimist
Club on Gulfport Beach from 10 a.m.
to Noon (registration will start at
9:30 a.m.).
This year's theme is "Creative
Sandcastles". The annual Children's


Pageant will be held inside the Ca-
sino Ballroom from noon to 2 p.m.
(remember to dress in your patriotic
best!) and city staff will be on Gulf-
port Beach from noon to 6 p.m. with
a variety of free kid friendly activi-
ties!
At 4 p.m., Bobby and the Rockets
blast off to a spectacular night of mu-
sic as local vendors offer a variety of
arts, crafts, food delicacies and pa-
triotic knick-knacks for your enjoy-
ment from 4-10 p.m. Our community
parade will begin promptly at 6 p.m.
making its way (southbound) down
Beach Blvd. to the Gulfport Casino
where it will head west on Shore
Blvd. to 58th St. So. Make sure to
grab a good viewing spot!


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At 9 p.m. a not-to-be-missed fire-
works display will offer spectacular
closing to the day's festivities. The
city trolley is scheduled to run from
2-11 p.m. The trolley will provide
rides to/from all designated parking
areas such as, the Library, Senior
Center, Theater, Hoyt Field, Chase
Park and Wood Ibis Park.
A fun-filled evening is promised
to all who choose to celebrate the
Fourth of July in the City of Gulf-
port! For more information regard-
ing the evening's events, please
contact the Leisure Services Depart-
ment at 893-1067.

USCG Safe
Boating Classes
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla
78 has a 13-week continuous cycle of
Safe Boating classes every Tuesday,
7:30 p.m., Warren Webster Com-
munity Center, 1500 Pass-A-Grille
Way, St. Pete Beach (1 mile south
of Don CeSar). Start at your conve-
nience. First class, come at 7 p.m. to
register. Begin any Tuesday and fin-
ish 13 weeks later or take up to two
years to finish.
July classes include "Highway
Signs" on July 3rd, "Rules You Must
Follow" on July 10th, "Piloting Your
Boat Part A" on July 17th, "Piloting
Your Boat Part B" on July 24th and
"Powering Your Boat" on July 31st.
Cost is $36 for 13 weeks and in-
cludes 340 page manual. Call Jim
at 360-4846, Warren at 321-7801 or
Phil at 865-2226.



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4th of July in
Gulfport Art Village
Enjoy shopping, live music and
entertainment from noon to 9 p.m.
capped off with fireworks on Gulfport
Beach. Arts and craft vendors will
line Beach Blvd. all day with plenty
of activities for kids at the Gulfport
Casino and Gulfport Beach.
A parade not to be missed will be
held at 7 p.m. followed by a spectac-
ular fireworks display. Shop, dine,
and enjoy live entertainment all for
free. This is one hometown beach-
front event that won't hurt your
budget.
Vendor applications are welcome.
Come on down to see what a real
old fashioned July 4th celebration is
about.

Help Deliver
Meals in Gulfport
Volunteers are desperately need-
ed to deliver hot, nutritious meals
to the homebound in the Gulfport
area. Volunteering for the Neigh-
borly Meals on Wheels program is
a hands-on, front line experience. If
you have 1-1/2 hours midday to help,
you could make a real difference in
someone's life.
Meals are picked up at the Gulfport
Multipurpose Center, 5501 27th
Ave. So. in Gulfport and delivered in
that area.
Please call Pat Hofstadter at
573-9444, ext. 291 to start helping
your community today.



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Dizzy Dean State
Baseball Tournament
The City of Pinellas Park in conjunc-
tion with Pinellas Park PONY Base-
ball at Davis Field will be hosting
the 2007 Sophomore Division Dizzy
Dean State Baseball Tournament.
The Sophomore Division is for 13 and
14 year old players. The tournament
will be played at Davis Field in Pinel-
las Park beginning on July 14th.
Teams from throughout the state
who have qualified by winning their
local District competitions will be eli-
gible for the six day tournament. The
winner of this double elimination
tournament will advance to the Dizzy
Dean World Series which takes place
in Southaven, Mississippi.


Admission to the games is free. As
more information becomes available,
including participating teams and
game times, it will be posted at www.
ponybaseball.net. Call 548-0891 for
more information.

Happy Birthday,
America!
The City of Gulfport has planned
a full docket of Independence Day
festivities on July 4. Planned activi-
ties include the Kid's Fishing Derby,
Sand Castle Contest, Children's Pag-
eant, Car Show, Community Parade,-
and a Fireworks Display.


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the cost of the first printing of any advertisement.
Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers.


Walden School
Accepting Scholarships
Walden School, a private middle
school in Gulfport, is now accepting
Florida Pride Scholarships.
Florida Pride scholarships are of-
fered to current public school stu-
dents who would like the opportu-
nity to attend private school. The
scholarship covers tuition, fees and
books.
To qualify a student must have
good grades, a good behavior and at-
tendance record and meet the finan-
cial need requirement. This scholar-
ship gives families the freedom to
choose the best education for their
children.
Florida Pride is not a tuition
voucher; it is a privately funded
scholarship. Interested families may
contact Walden School directors
Judi Jemison at 343-7708 or Cyndi
Vickers at 323-9598 for more infor-
mation.
To find out more about Florida
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Florida Blood Services and Gold-
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"Tampa Bay's Ten All American
Blood Drive" today from 8 a.m. un-
til 7 p.m. at 1700 66th St. No. in St.
Petersburg.
All lifesaving donors will receive a
coupon for a free lunch buffet from
Golden Corral, a T-shirt, a buy-
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Once in a Blue Moon
On Saturday, June 30th, from 8-9:30
p.m., Lemuria Books, Gifts & Heal-
ing Arts will host a Blue Moon event
at 371 Corey Ave., St. Pete Beach.
"Once in a Blue Moon," is a com-
mon way of saying, "Not very often."
According to popular definition, it is
the second Full Moon to occur in a
single calendar month. On the aver-
age, a Blue Moon occurs once every
2.5 years.
For this rare appearance of the Blue
Moon, Lemuria will host a talk by a
well-known area astrologer followed
by telescopic viewings of the night
skies provided by members of the St.
Petersburg Astronomy Club.
First, Astrologer Gail Stoner, teach-
er and speaker throughout the Tam-
pa Bay area, will talk about how the
moon's phases, signs and locations af-
fect every day life. She will delve into
the moon's power to influence hu-
man emotions, as well as the ocean's
tides, and how this power can be har-
nessed to bring about one's desires.
Gail has appeared twice on Channel
13's Kathy Fountain Show and is a
regular guest speaker at Mensa. She
has taught astrology classes for more
than 13 years. Seating for this por-
tion of the event is limited, so please
RSVP to 727-360-9773. $10 Dona-
tion.
Following the astrology presenta-
tion, weather depending, Astronomy
Club Officer Dan Bricker and com-
panions will set up their telescopes
at the corner of Blind Pass and Corey
Ave., for the public's free viewing of
the Blue Moon and Jupiter,


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Get Ready for Summer
One Act Play Festival
The Gulfport Community Players
are well into rehearsals for their up-
coming 7th Annual Summer One Act
Play Festival. This Festival will run
from July 12th through July 22nd at
the Catherine A. Hickman Theater
of Gulfport. It will feature a total of
eight short plays, all written this year
by local playwrights. These plays
were chosen from a variety of plays
submitted to the Players during the
past few months: Tickets are just $15
each and are on sale now at Eileen's
Resale Boutique, the Beach Bazaar,
the Gulfport Casino, the Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce, or by call-
ing 322-0316 for advance sales. Some


tickets may also be available at the
door right before the show, too. The
Players urge you to get your tickets
soon!
Curtain times are 8 p.m. for July
12, 13, 14, 19, 20, & 21st shows, and
1:30 p.m. for the Sunday shows on
July 15th & 22nd. These plays fea-
ture both comedy and drama, suit-
able for all ages, and should provide
something for every taste. As usual,
parking is free and plentiful at the
Hickman Theater. Refreshments are
available before the curtain and dur-
ing intermission. If you need to grab a
bite to eat before the show, check out
the many fine restaurants in the ad-
jacent Gulfport Arts District. See you
at the Hickman!


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The City of Gulfport's
Independence Day Celebration
Wednesday, July 4th, 2007
City Pier & Street Closure Information
The following closures will take effect on Wednesday, July 4th in prepara-
tion for this year's 4th of July Celebration.
Beach Blvd. (southbound) from 31st Ave. So. to Shore Blvd.
Shore Blvd. from 54th to 56th St. So.
54th St. So. (southbound) from Essex Ave. to Shore Blvd.
Williams Pier (will close at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, July 3rd)
Gulfport Casino Pier (will close at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, July 4th)
The above listed city streets will be closed to traffic on Wednesday, July
4th at 6 a.m. City streets will re-open immediately upon the completion of
the day's events and City piers will re-open at 7 a.m. on Thursday, July 5th.
Residents and shop owners along this route are asked to have their vehicles
off of the roadways by 6 a.m.
Beach Blvd. will close temporarily from 5:30-7 p.m. during the City's 4th of
July Parade. There will be no access to Beach Blvd. for vehicle traffic during
parade times.
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ing these special events. For more information, please contact the Leisure
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Help Plant Sea Oats
Treasure Island is seeking volun-
teers from the community to help
plant sea oats on Sunset Beach on
Saturday, July 14th. The Pinellas
County Department of Environ-
mental Management ,provides the
plants; the Treasure Island Beach
Stewardship Committee brings the
refreshments and training on prop-
erly planting sea oats. Volunteers
should meet at the Sunset Chateau
at 8470 West Gulf Blvd. at 8:30 a.m.
Bring a shovel or a spade. You can
park at the Sunset Chateau in the
non-reserved spaces at the edge of
the parking lot.
Beach Stewardship Committee
Chairman Dennis Velasco said the
project includes planting new sea
oats that were lost to Tropical Storm
Barry on Sunshine Beach.
Sea oats are important because
they help to stabilize the sand on
the dunes and can help the dunes to
accumulate sand, rather than erod-
ing. However, people walk over and
across sand dunes, says Velasco, dis-
lodging the plants and leaving the
dunes unprotected from wind, rain
and coastal erosion. "Planting sea
oats in areas prone to coastal ero-
sion can help restore and protect the
dunes that in turn help protect the
homes and businesses behind the
dune area," he added.
Volunteers may contribute any
amount of time they have available.
So far, community response and in-
terest in prior sea oat planting proj-
ects has been exceptional.
Assisting the city with rebuilding
the dunes through sea oats planting
is an excellent community service op-
portunity for businesses, churches,
civic groups and other organizations.
Contact Dennis Velasco at 360-1901
or the City of Treasure Island Pub-
lic Information Office at 547-4575 to
volunteer or for more information.

Museum Closure
The Gulfport Historical Museum
will be closed July 1st to August
31st this summer. For information,
call 327-8370 or 343-4398. The first
general membership meeting this
fall will be on Sept. 11th at 7 p.m.
See you at the parade on the 4th of
July!


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KID'S STAR SPANGLED FISHING DERBYKD
Recreation Center Field (Seawall) 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

OPTIMIST CLUB SANDCASTLE CONTEST
On Gulfport Beach 10:00 a.m. to Noon.

GULFPORT CHILDREN'S PAGEANT
In the Casino Ballroom Noon to 2:00 p.m.

FREE KID'S ACTIVITIES
On Gulfport Beach Noon to 6:60 p.m.

AUTO SHOW -
Clymer Park 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
LIVE MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
Outdoor Casino Event Stage 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

FOOD, FUN, ART'S & CRAFT VENDORS
Downtown Waterfront District 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
HOT DOGS
2:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Beside the Casino (sponsored by the Gulfport Chamber)


PARADE ON BEACH BOULEVARD
6:00 p.m.

MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBER'S WELCOME
Outdoor Casino Event Stage 7:00 p.m.


SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS DISPLAY 9:00 p.m.
Casino Ballroom Address: 5500 Shore Blvd. South, Gulfport, FL 33707
For more information call: (727) 893-1067
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Gulfport's 2007 Children's Pageant
Boys & Girls
Ages 0-12 Years Old
Six Different Age Categories
"SIGN UP NOW"
No entry fee, open to all
Deadline for entry forms is June 30th at 4 p.m.

Child's Name/Age/

Parent or Guardian/Phone:
0-1 yr. old:
What is something cute he or she does?
What is their favorite thing?
2-12 yr. old:
Your most admired person?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Proper attire is required (anything patriotic)
The pageant will be held at the Gulfport Casino, 5500 Shore Blvd. So.,
July 4th from 12-2 p.m. Contestants, please arrive at 11:30 a.m. to check in.
For information please call Sharon at 381-4902. Fax entry form to 381-4902.


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4th of July Community
Band Concert
On Wednesday, July 4th the Prog-
ress Energy Center for the Arts
proudly hosts the First Annual 4th
of July Community Band Concert,
featuring a performance of patriotic
music by FloriMezzo Summer Wind
Ensemble, followed by the City of St.
Pete's spectacular fireworks display
over the bay!
FloriMezzo is a nonprofit organi-
zation with the mission to provide
performance opportunities for com-
munity professional and student
musicians, increasing the quality
of music education, fostering rela-
tionships within the field of music
performance, and revitalizing com-
munity interest in classical cham-
ber music. Prior to the City's water-
front fireworks, FloriMezzo Summer
Wind Ensemble performs classic
patriotic marches by Souza, plus fa-
miliar works by Bernstein, Herbert,
Copland, and more..
Admission to the event is free.
Grounds open at 5 p.m., so bring a
blanket or a lawn chair and enjoy
a perfect summer evening beneath
the stars in beautiful downtown
St. Petersburg. Refreshments will
be available at this family-friendly
event.
Concert begins at 7 p.m., weather
permitting, with fireworks sched-
uled for approximately 8:30 pm. No
personal fireworks are permitted
on the site; no pets allowed. Event
takes place weather permitting at
the new Progress Energy. Center for
the Arts.
The Progress Energy Center for the
Arts is located at 400 First Street
South in Downtown St: Pete, on the
former site of the Bayfront Arena,
adjacent to the newly renovated Ma-
haffey Theater.
Visit "http://www.mahaffeytheater.
com" www.mahaffeytheater.com for
directions, parking, and event infor-
mation, or call the Mahaffey The-
ater at the Progress Energy Center
Box Office at 727.892.5767.
The First Annual 4th of July Com-
munity Band Concert is sponsored
by Progress Efiergy and Pinellas
County Schools through referendum
dollars. The event is supported by
the Veteran's Post.

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Gulfport Trolley Route for the,
4th of July Celebration
The following is the holiday route for the City of Gulfport's Trolley, beginning
at 2 p.m. for the City's 4th of July Celebration on Wednesday, July 4, 2007!
(Gulfport Historical Museum) North on 53rd St. So. to Gulfport Blvd.
West on Gulfport Blvd. to 54th St.
South on 54th St. So. to 28th Ave. (Chase Park)
West on 28th Ave. to Beach Blvd. (Northbound-one way street)
North on Beach Blvd. to 23rd Ave. So. (Clymer Park)
West on 23rd Ave. to 57th St. So.
South on 57th St. to 25th Ave.
East on 25th Ave. to Beach Blvd. (Southbound-one way street)
South on Beach Blvd. to 28th Ave. So.
West on 28th Ave. to 58th St. So.
South on 58th St.'to Shore Blvd. (Giilfport Recreation Center)
East on Shore Blvd. to 56th St. ,
North on 56th St. to 28th Ave. ,`:
East on 28th Ave. to 53rd St. (Gulfport Historical Museum)
The Trolley will be making stops ali.g this route and at designated parking
areas during the hours of 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. Designated event parking areas
are: Library, Senior Center, Hickman Theater, Chase Park, Hoyt Field and
Wood Ibis Park. Trolley rides are provided at no cost.
For additional information regarding the evening's events, please contact the
Leisure Services Dept. at 893-1067.



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Post #39
By Stacy McBeth
Hello and a good day to all of you.
On behalf of everyone at Post 39, I
'want to extend to you a safe,'healthy
Happy 4th of July. We will have a cel-
ebration at the Post. Nancy Crabtree,
Jean Lee, Yulee Barba and Mark
McGrath from Amvets Post #1 have
all agreed to have their heads shaved
to benefit Hospice.
Everyone has been working hard on
sprucing up the Post. Come on down
and take a look Tuesday through Fri-
day and Sunday from 1 p.m. until
closing. Saturday the doors open at'8
a.m. and breakfast is served until i1
a.m. Happy hour is observed Tuesday
through Friday from 4-6 p.m, ;
The Ladies Auxiliary is sponsoring
a Back to School Drive starting July
1st and ending Aug. 15th. We are also
collecting teddy bears for an upcom-
ing function., If you have bears to do-
nate contact Stacy at 251-1161.
We have entertainment on week-
ends. Currently DJ Bill has been pro-
viding us with great music! There ate
many fun activities planned for the
future. Read your Gabber for updates.
Thanks Gabber staff for printing our
articles. Stop by for a visit. I'll save
you a seat.


Tow to Go
AAA Auto Club South and Budweis-
er will be protecting everyone on the
rbad for the 4th of July week by pro-
viding free rides home to intoxicated
drivers and their cars.
'Tow to'Go'will be available the week
of the 4th of July holiday from June
30th through July 8th as part of its
expanded schedule. The 'Tow to Go'
program is credited for keeping mote
than 6,600 drunk drivers off the road
since its inception in 1998.
'Tow to Go' provides a free confiden-
tial ride home and tow to anyone in a
bar or restaurant who may have had
too much to drink simply by calling
1-800-AAA-HELP.
AAA Auto Club South and Budweis-
er. AAA and Budweiser encourage
individuals to plan for a safe celebra-
tion this holiday season by being or
choosing a Designated Driver, or by
calling Tow to Go for a safe ride home,
rather than allowing anyone to drive
whose sobriety is in question.
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Co-Sponsored by the City of Gulfport
The Gulfport Optimist Club and the City of Gulfport are proud to sponsor
this year's Sandcastle Contest. The theme this year will be "Creative Sand-
castles".
There will be four age categories: 9-12; 13-17; Family (must have a child
under 18); and Adult. First, second and third place prizes will be awarded.
The contest will be located to the west of the children's playground (behind
the restrooms). Sign up at 9:30 a.m. The contest will begin at 10 a.m. and
end at noon. Judging will be completed by 12:30 p.m with prizes awarded
immediately after.
Rules: Use biodegradable materials such as food coloring, seaweed, etc.
Bring your own tools. Clean up any non-biodegradable material after the
judging.
Spectators are welcome and encouraged. We have a lot of fun and look for-
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your thinking caps and good luck!


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Events at American
Legion Post 125
By George Brierley, Commander
The next Blood Drive is Sunday, July
1st from 8:30 to'11:30 a.m. If you can
donate blood, your all-you-can-eat
breakfast buffet is free. If you cannot
donate, the breakfast is $5.50.
Wednesday, July 4th is
Independence Day remember to fly
your flag. We will be serving hot dogs
or hamburgers, baked beans & cole
slaw for $3.00 from 12:00 noon until?
Friday, July 6th, dinner will be
baked or battered haddock, fries,
coleslaw, roll & butter for $7.50.
The second entr6e will be lasagna,
vegetable, roll & butter for $6.00.
Saturday, July 7th, we will be
serving roast beef, mashed potatoes,
gravy, vegetable, roll, butter &
dessert for $6.50. Dinners are served
from 5 to 7 p.m.
The Real McCoys Band is here
Friday & Saturday nights from 7 to
11 p.m. to entertain you. This is a
great band, one you won't want to
miss.
Lunches are served on Tuesdays,
Wednesday and Thursdays from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Fridays and
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursdays come in and
sing with Ron's karaoke at 7 p.m.
Darts are played every Saturday at
8 p.m. Play pool for free on Saturdays.
Euchre is played on Wednesdays at
1 p.m.
Bingo is played every Wednesday
starting at 6 p.m. Fourteen $50.00
games are played, plustwo progressive
cover-all games for $250.00. Join us
for an evening of fun and games.
We are located at 6440 5th Ave. So.
in St. Petersburg. The phone number
is 347-6085.

Rec Center
Needs Art Supplies
The Summer Program at Gulfport's
Rec Center has just begun and they
are in need of art supplies. Items
needed include: toilet paper or paper
towel rolls, wrapping paper, plastic
flowers, water bottles, 2-liter soda
bottles, egg cartons, construction pa-
per, crayons and glitter. They also
need dress up clothes and shoes! Call
893-1068 or drop off at 5730 Shore
Blvd. So.

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Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965
for more information on placing your ad in this special section


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17th Street & 29th Ae. N. t
St. Petersburg 345-7T77 '
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*iNONDEN OMINATIONAL CHURCH
1710 52nd Street South
Gulfport, FL 33707
(727) 323-2234
Pastor Elder Bobby J. Patterson f
Service Time
Sunday School: 9:30 AM
Morning Worship: 11:00 AM
Wednesday Night Worship/Bible Study: 7:30 PM
Friday Night Worship/Faith Food Study: 7:30 PM


Patriotic Musical at
Wesleyan Church
Park Place Wesleyan-Church will
present the 26th annual Patriotic
Production entitled "Freedom! A
Salute to American Liberty!" on Sun-
day, July 1st at 6 p.m. and Monday,
July 2nd at 7:30 p.m. The church
is located at 4400 70th Ave. No. in
Pinellas Park. Free admission. Nurs-
ery provided.

Widowed Social Club
The Widowed Social Club has a cov-
ered dish luncheon and meeting on
the last Wednesday of the month at
the Palm Lake Christian Church,
5401 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg, at
12:30 p.m. Calling widowed men and
women to come join us for food and
fellowship. For more information,
please call Joe at 397-0920 or Fran
at 896-9207.


Places of Worship

Spread the Word about gour Place
of Worship in this special
section o the Gabber.
Open to all Religious
Organizations, run ads -3
For just $16 weeklU* and Press
Releases are always Free!

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Women's Ministry
Presents "Reflections"
The Women's Ministry of the Fifth
Avenue Baptist Church, 600 49th St.
No. in St. Petersburg will present "Re-
flections Free to Look... to See... to
Be" on Friday, July 13th from 7-9 p.m.
and on Saturday, July 14th from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. Guest speaker and Solo-
ist are Donna Allen and Ashlee Noles.
Cost is $25 and includes the program
for both days, luncheon on Saturday
and a free gift. Call the chuch office at
327-3353 for reservations by July 8th.
Child care is available.

Support Groups
for Anxiety
Recovery Inc. (www.recovery-inc.org)
is a support self-help group for anxi-
ety and depression with steps to feel
better and raise self-esteem. Meet-
ings are at these locations: Hope Lu-
theran Church, 1801 62nd Ave. No.,
St. Petersburg, Thursdays, 1 p.m. and
Unitarian Church, 719 Arlington Ave.
at Mirror Lake Drive, St. Petersburg,
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Meetings last
from 1-1/2 to 2 hours. Call 525-1749
for more information.




Our Savior Lutheran Church
and School
Pastor Paul Burtzlaff
301 58th St. South
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Open Arms Ministry
Open Arms Ministry serves dinner
each Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the
Trinity Church of the Nazarene, 1000
55th St. So. behind Boca Ciega High
School. We are a Mission Church
here to help all people regardless of
race, religion or financial level.
Everyone is in need at one time or
another, or can help someone else.
We have a food -pantry and clothes
closet.
At this time we are in need of chil-
dren's clothing and a washer and
dryer. Donations are greatly appre-
ciated as they enable us to continue
our ministry to the community. All
donations are used expressly for
what they are designated. Anyone
wishing to give donations or vol-
unteer to help is asked to call 687-
1233.
Events are as follows: Sunday,
9-9:30 a.m. Food and Clothing Hand-
out; 9:30-10:30 Sunday School and
10:40-11:50 Morning Worship. Tues-
day a Music Class is held from 5:30-
6:30 p.m. Wednesday we offer Food
and Clothing Handout from 1-5 p.m.,
Dinner is served from 5:30-6 p.m.,
Cleanup is from 6-6:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by a Prayer Meeting and Bible
Study from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Kids Car-
avan also meets on Wednesday from
6-7 p.m.



|I Gulfport
Community
S nChurch
Practical Help,
Positive Encouragement,
Pursuing God Together
Call Pastor John (727) 798-8030
9:30 atn Sunday School & 10:30 Worship
2309 49th Street So.
"The Longhouse"
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Come Visit the
Mobile Prayer Chapel
The Mobile Prayer Chapel will be at
the Trinity Church of the Nazarene,
1000 55th St. So., today through
Sunday.
This unique chapel travels around
Florida to Nazarene churches. It has
stained glass pictures on the wall
with monitors showing scenic views
with scripture and Christian music.
There are individual prayer benches
and a private area closure. We in-
vite you to stop by and pray at your
convenience. We are setting up the
schedule for manning the cha pel, so
please call to be sure we are open to-
day or Friday at 687-1233.
We will be open Saturday morning
for most of the day and Sunday as
well.
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Traditional Episopal and (atholi
.1928 BCP Mass 10 am Sunday's
Church As It Used To Be!
Come Join Our Family
Nursery Provided.
4545 10th Ave. North
328-9477


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Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
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Adult Sunday School
9:30-10:15AM
Traditional Service
10:30-11:30AM
-- Fellowship 11:30AM


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Free Dental
Exams for Kids
Teeth are important to all of us, in-
cluding our children. Children need
teeth to talk and chew. Pain due to
oral, health problems causes children
to miss nearly 52 million school hours
each year. To help children not miss
any school due to toothaches or other
oral health problems, the Pinellas
County Health Department's Dental
Division is hosting its annual "Back-
to-School" event. This year promises
to be bigger than ever!
Children ages 1 to 18 will receive
free dental exams and x-rays. Chil-
dren will also take home a care bag of
dental products (while supplies last).
All children must be accompanied by
a parent or guardian to participate in
this event. Many children will be able
to schedule follow-up appointments
prior to the start of the school year.
The free dental exams will be offered
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. as follows: Monday,
July 23: Pinellas Park Health Cen-
ter, 6350 76th Ave. No., 547-7780;
Wednesday, July 25: St. Petersburg
Health Center, 205 Dr. M. L. King St.
No., 824-6975. For more information,
call the Health Center nearest you.
Don't let a toothache ruin your child's
day! Make this event part of your
child's back-to-school routine.

Church to Host
Ladies in White Brunch
McCabe United Methodist Church
will celebrate the graduation of 14
African-American students from the
inaugural class of St. Petersburg Col-
legiate high School with its second
annual Ladies in White Brunch at 10
a.m. Saturday, June 30 at McCabe,
2800 26th Ave. S. in St. Petersburg.
The event, designed to follow the
African tradition of celebrating excel-
lence, will feature speakers, student
performance and recognition of each
graduate. Tickets are $10 each. For
further information, call 824-2817.

Health Care
for the UninSured
The Pinellas County Mobile Medi-
cal Van will be at the Gulfport Senior
Center on Wed. July 18, 4-7:30pm to
provide medical assistance for those
who are without health insurance of
*any kind. First come/first serve.

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SPCA Pet of the Week
Lady is a super sweet, eight year old Coonhound
.Treeing Walker Hound. She has a short coat, large
build and is beautifully marked. Lady is house-
trained, knows to sit and stay, has lived with chil-
dren and loves dogs! Lady is very friendly, sociable
and outgoing come and meet her today! Lady
would prefer to go to a home with a fenced yard
and with children older than age 8. Come meet
her at the SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130th Ave. No.
in Largo. You can also call 586-3591 or visit us on-
line at www.SPCATampaBay.org.


Adopt a 40-MPH Couch
Fred is a big boy both gentle and strong. This
handsome three-year-old has a sleek black
coat, with white markings on chest, paws and
tip of tail. Although Fred is a laid back, lover
boy, because of his size, he would do better
with children nine or older. And, here's a grey-
hound that's okay with cats, and he is ready
to leave his kennel days behind him. For more
information call Greyhound Pets of America
at 595-7852 or visit our web site and fill out
an adoption or foster home application at
HYPERLINK "http://www.greyhound" www.
greyhoundpets.com.


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Clinical Research Group of

St. Petersburg, Inc. is conducting

a clinical research study for

individuals who suffer from


To Oualify You Must:
* Be 65 years of age or older
* Have at least a three month
history of primary insomnia
* Be otherwise in good health


If yvou qualify you may receive:
* Study-related physical exams
* Study medication
* Compensation for time and
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Participation will last approximately
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Public Comment

& Council Quotes
Excerpts from statements at the June 19, 2007 Gulfport Council Meeting

-Tom's presentation ranked right up there with childbirth (in its level
of pain). During the last budget process I brought up the idea of form-
ing a citizen's advisory group that could work alongside the council
in finding ways to minimize the impact of cuts on city services. I'd like
for council to revisit that idea as we move forward this year. Some
national politicians have suggested 'it takes a village'. Well we are a
village here in Gulfport and we need to tap into the resource that is
our people.... You can't do this alone, there are a lot of people out there
willing to help. Carol D'Allassandro, Gulfport resident to council on a sug-
gestion for citizen input and help with coming budget cuts.
-I wonder about the safety of everyone else if the mentally disabled are
boating. Vice mayor Ted Phillips regarding the vote to extend free ramp use
at the Marina to disabled American Vets.
-I rest my case. Council member Mary Stull to vice mayor Ted Phillips when
he joked that some might consider him mentally disabled during the conversa-
tion about extending free marina ramp use. Stull had noted that not all dis-
abilities were physical and that those with mental disabilities might be coping
well and be less dangerous than some normal people when they are angry.
-I'm glad that the Upton group isn't planning on an alcoholic break-
fast. G. Curt Willocks joking with council after it was noted that consumption
of alcoholic beverages would need to be restricted to public property during the
planned July 4 block party.
-I think it will help take some of the tension out of the air and let more
people voice their opinion on important issues. Mayor Michael Yakes
discussing the proposed Town Meetings.
-I agree with the Separation Agreement and, if approved by Council,
will resign on June 29, 2007. City Clerk Louise Spence in her memo to
Council.
-We are going to have to make cuts on revenue increases or the city
could be bankrupt and under state supervision in a little over two
years... This is serious business and... It's going to hurt... a LOT. City
manager Tom Brobeil in his presentation to council on coming budget cuts.



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Louise Spence
Bids a Fond Farewell
After working for the City of
Gulfport for the past 13 years, I
will be retiring from my job as the
City Clerk on June 29th.
There have been good times and
there have been times that were
not so good, but overall, it has
been a very high-quality working
experience in my career.
There are some very nice people
in Gulfport and I appreciate get-
ting to know everyone here. After
leaving the job I look forward to
spending time with my family,
traveling, working with animals,
and playing the piano.
As a last thought Yesterday is
History, Tomorrow is a Mystery,
but Today is a gift from God. That's
why it is called the Present!
Goodbye and good luck to all.


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Sheryll Carpenter, Madeira Maryna Kolak, St. Petersburg: "I
Beach: "I don't believe they're going think that there's a very high prob-
to let one thing happen to it. It's too ability that a hurricane will come
precious, aesthetically and economi- and wipe out all of the properties in
cally." the area. And I think that developers
will just rebuild."


Nathan Curry, St. Petersburg: "I
think that it's going to get redevel-
oped to a point where you get a wall
of condos that line the beach. It's go-
ing to get filled to capacity."
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in establishing a guardianship..
Any adult is authorized to file with
the Court a Petition To Determine
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person is called the ward. The
proposed party who will take care of
the ward is called the guardian.
After the court received a Petition
To Determine Capacity, a committee
of two (2) professionals, usually
medical doctors, and a third person
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dismiss the Petition To Determine
Incapacity 'and the guardianship
proceeding is terminated at this
time. If the examining Committee
determines that an alleged
ward is incapacitated in some
way, an Incapacity Hearing will
be scheduled with the Court
to determine the extent of the
ward's incapacity. Attorneys for
the petitioner and the proposed
guardian will normally attend this
Incapacity Hearing as well as a
Court-appointed attorney for the
ward. Generally, a guardian will
be appointed upon the conclusion
of the Incapacity Hearing.
If a guardian is determined by
the Court to be necessary for the
protection of a ward's property or
person, the guardian has authority
to use the ward's property for the
ward's support. It is necessary for
a guardian to fully inventory the
ward's property and file detailed
accounting, to the Court on a
yearly basis. (To be continued in
our next feature.)
Robert J. Myers is managing at-
torney of the Estate and Trust Di-
vision of Maney & Gordon, P.A.,
located at 1135 Pasadena Ave. So.,
Ste. 140, St. Petersburg, FL. The
telephone number 727-347-5131.
Mr. Myers welcomes call regard-
ing this article and other related
legal topics. This column outlines
general legal principles and is not
intended to give you legal advice. If
you have a specific question about
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The Pinellas County Health Depart-
ment, in conjunction with community
partners AIDS Services Association
of Pinellas (ASAP), WestCare and the
Metro Center will offer prevention
education and free HIV testing during
the St. Petersburg Pride Festival.
The Pride Festival will take place
Saturday, June 30th, along Cen-
tral Avenue between 31st and 22nd
Streets in St. Petersburg.
Health department staff from 11
a.m. -3 p.m., will distribute condoms,
provide information about HIV, STDs
and providing referrals for testing.
The Metro Center will offer Orasure
and rapid HIV testing that day at its
Thrift Store, located at 2235 Central
Ave. in St. Petersburg.
ASAP will also provide Orasure test-
ing at its new location at 2250 Central
Ave. in St. Petersburg or rapid testing
via its mobile unit during the event.
For more information about rapid
testing, contact Kyle Lidge of the Met-
ro Center at 321-3854 or David Karst
of ASAP at 321-7600.
On Wednesday, June 27, National
HIV Testing Day, the Pinellas County
Health Department will offer free HIV
testing at all five of its health centers
from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. You can call
824-6996 for more information about
HIV/AIDS and testing.

Seeking Donations for
Rummage Sale
American Legion Post 305 will be
sponsoring a community type rum-
mage sale on Sunday, July 1st from
9-6 p.m. If anyone has a donation,
they may drop it off at the Legion,
6999 Gulf Blvd. in St. Pete Beach.
Also if you wish to join in and sell
your own treasures, the Auxiliary
welcomes you to do so. You may rent
a space inside or outside for a dona-
tion of only $10. Please call the Post
at 367-1596 to rent a space.

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day of each month at the Piccadilly
Cafeteria, 1900 34th St. No. in St.
Petersburg. All are welcome to the
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Trip to Florida
By Audrey Khalef
My name is Audrey and I am a fifteen-
year old French student. I came to Florida
with my Parisian high school to improve .
my English and to do an internship. It was
very exiting. I worked part-time at a music
store, The Disc Exchange, and at a newspa-
per, The Gabber.
At the music store, I had to tidy the store
a little, to make sure that the CDs and the
Records were straight and in order; to roll
the posters, to help the customers and all
the things that are needed to do to make
the store more convenient and nice. It was
very nice and the owner was friendly.
I have to admit that at the beginning, I
was quite lost between all those people who
spoke all together ...but I finally adapted
and it's good to feel the improvement!
I went to Busch Gardens and it reminded me of a French park near Paris where
there are a lot of rides and roller coasters too. I also went to Tyrone Mall (I found
almost the same stores as in France), to Weeki Wachee with a summer camp of
little children, to several beaches (which are beautiful), to a concert in Clearwa-
ter for which I had free tickets with my job at the music store. I saw several mov-
ies: Spider-Man 3, Pirates of the Caribbean 3, Ocean's Thirteen, and Hostel 2.
I went to a dance show and it was so cute! The little children were dancing (or
tried to) in front of a large room of people and they were completely lost! I ate
at McDonald's (it's the same as in France), to Italian Restaurants, to Starbucks
Coffee (which is different than France where you can order muffins, smoothies,
sandwiches or salads), and other restaurants which were good.
Two friends that I met here invited me to dinner so I could see that, despite
the prejudices on the Americans, you don't always eat junk-food! From the ham-
burgers to the macaroni & cheese that came out of a box, I have to say that it's
not always as good as the French food.
It was the first time that I went to the U.S.A. and even to America, and I can
say that it's very different from Europe. All is bigger! The roads are larger, there
are much bigger cars than in France, and there is more space between places.
You can't walk anywhere! In Paris you just need to cross the road to buy some
bread or milk, you don't even need a car to go to work, but in Florida I think
people always need their car.
Most of the people I've met are very fun. It's very relaxed here, compared to
Paris where people run in the subway. There is the sun, the beaches, the heat,
the palms... it was kind of a vacation for me!
If you, reader, want to host a French student in July or next year (by May
and June), you just have to call Theresa Delphonse who is the organizer, at this
number: (727) 946-2988 and maybe you cbuld offer someone a fun trip and be
able to learn more about France! Now I just have to go back home and eat real
croissants. (No offense of course!)


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Gulfport Recreation is accepting
pre-registration for the 2007-2008
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Tot Time is a pre-school, hands-on
program for children ages 3-5. This
program aims to make 'learning fun
for children and helps prepare them
for Kindergarten. Two, three and
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A registration fee of $15 for
residents/$100 for non-residents is
required at time of registration to
secure spot. Proof of residency is re-
quired. Come to the Recreation Cen-
ter to pre-register or call 893-1068
for further information. Class size is
limited.

Volunteers Needed '
for PARC Event
PARC is seeking volunteers for the
2007 ARC of Florida Conference to
be held July 9-11 at. the Renaissance
Vinoy Resort and Golf Club in St.
Petersburg. Volunteers are needed
to help with registration, auction ta-
bles, chaperone client dance and help
host an information booth. There
are multiple shifts available over all
three days of the event.
The event will host over 400 people
from around Florida who support,
care and advocate for persons with
developmental disabilities. Invited
to speak at the event are Governor
Charlie Crist and E. Douglas Beach,
State Secretary for the Department
of Elder Affairs.
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WUSF Seeks
World War II Stories
WUSF Public Broadcasting is col-
lecting stories from those who lived
through World War II for its Florida
Stories series. Stories can come from
people who served in the military
during World War II, or from people
who kept the family together on the
home front while loved ones were off
to war.
Each week, Florida Stories presents
unique and compelling stories told by
the people who lived them. These are
stories of hope and inspiration, fear
and triumph, laughter and tears -
personal and intimate conversations
between the storyteller and a friend
or family niember. Florida Stories in-
terviews are designed to be conversa-
tions between people who are a part
of each others' lives. WUSF provides
a trained facilitator to work with the
guests during the recording process.
Participants are presented with a CD
keepsake of the recording.
WUSF began to air World War II
stories just before Memorial Day and
will continue to air them through
Veterans Day in conjunction with
Ken Burn's new PBS documentary,
The War. To share an extraordinary
story with WUSF Public Broadcast-
ing participants can register online
at www.wusf.org and click on the
Tell Your Story link. Someone from
WUSF will call to discuss the story
and confirm reservations for record-
ing at the Donis Studio on the Tampa
campus of the University of South
Florida. Select Florida Stories are
aired during All Things Considered
on 89.7, Fridays at 5:30 p.m.

Safe Boating Program
Plan to attend the Boating Skills
and Seamanship program offered by
the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flo-
tilla 7-16 Gulfport located east of the
Gulfport Municipal Marina. The pro-
gram begins at 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.
and is continuous. Start any Tuesday
and 13 weeks later you'll complete
the program.
All materials included in the cost of
the program, which is $35 per par-
ticipant. A certificate of completion
will be issued to those participants
successfully completing the program.
Please call (727) 321-4455 or Don at
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Activities

Kids Fishing Derby 8am-11 am
At Recreation Center Seawall (Registration starts at 7:30 am)

Sand Castle Contest 10 am Noon
At Gulfport Beach Sponsored by the Gulfport Optimist Club
This year's theme "Creative Sand Castles"
(Registration starts at 9:30 am

Children's Pageant Noon 2pm
At Casino Ballroom. Dress in your patriotic Best!

Kid Activities Noon 6 pm
On the Beach A variety of kid friendly activities
,Sponsored by the city


Music by Bobby
& the Rockets


Community Parade
6 pm


Free Trolley Rides
To and from desigignated parking
(Library Sr. Center Hoyt Field
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St. Pete Honors Hometown Governor


By Shelly Wilson
For the first time in Florida's history our Head of State hails from St. Pe-
tersburg. To mark this milestone, the St. Petersburg Historical Society pre-
sented a portrait of Governor Charlie Crist at a public ceremony held at the
St. Petersburg Museum of History last Saturday.
The casual event, which was attended by Governor Crist and his long-time
friend and supporter St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Baker, attracted a large
crowd of Society members and regular citizens alike. A large delegation of
Crist's family and friends were also in attendance everyone from his par-
ents to his long-time barber.
In acknowledging the honor, Crist joked last Saturday about how formal
portraits are often commissioned posthumously., "When they told me about
this, I thought it sounds a little weird...like you're gone."
Ultimately the portrait, an enlarged version of one of Crist's own PR photos,
will hang in the lobby of the Museum as a reminder that even local kids can
make good.
Said Crist, who has always been outspoken about his hometown pride, "I'm
very honored and humbled."









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Daily Menu
Meals are available at the Gulfport Senior
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Monday, JULY 2
Salisbury Steak w/Brown Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
California Vegetable Blend
Whole Grain Bread/Margarine
Applesauce Cup
Low Fat Milk
Tuesday, JULY 3
Frankfurter
Baked Beans wlTomato Bits
Confetti Corn
Hot Dog Bun/Mustard
Cinnamon Applesauce
Low Fat Milk
Wednesday, JULY 4
INDEPENDENCE DAY
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Thursday, JULY 5
Meatballs w/Mushroom Gravy
Cheesy Mashed Potatoes
Chuckwagon Medley
Whole Wheat Bread/Margarine
Chocolate Chip Cookie
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Friday, JULY 6
Pasta Primavera Casserole
Green Beans
Carrots
Whole Wheat Bread/Margarine
Banana
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Beach Parking Permit
Decals
The City of Gulfport will issue
new beach parking decals from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday at the Public Services
Building located at 5330 23rd Ave.
So. Current decals expire June 30,
2007.
Parking permit decals for the
Public Beach Parking Lot are $2%
for non-residents and free for Gulf-
port residents showing one of the
following *forms of identification:
current car registration, current
driver's license, current voter reg-
istration card or current utility bill
showing a Gulfport address. There
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Nominate Pet or
Person for Hero Award
The Pinell Ais nial Foundation is
now accepting nominations for the
2007 Col. Edward T. Imparato Hero
Awards through August 1st.
The awards celebrate the impor-
tance of the human/animal bond in
either a heroic act or life long ef-
forts.
* Nominations can be made in one of
three categories: Individual Commu-
nity Hero a person who works with
people or community organizations
that demonstrate the importance
of the human/animal bond; Animal
Hero a pet who participates in
therapy or aides a human in need; or
a Veterinarian Hero a doctor who
is committed to strengthening the
human/animal bond through work
with animal organizations or the
community.
,Winners will receive two tickets
and will be honored at the 9th Annu-
41 Bowser Ball at the St. Petersburg
Yacht Club on September 29th.,
Nominations must be received no
later than August 1st. For more in-


formation or for a nomination appli-
cation, e-mail the Pinellas Animal,
Foundation at admin@pinellasani-
malfoundation.org or call 710-7387.

Salvation Army
Needs Donations
The Salvation Army St. Petersburg
Emergency Shelter is in need of food
and toiletry items to provide to needy
individuals and families.
Items needed include meats, mashed
potatoes, salt, butter, sugar, tooth
paste, disposable razors, soap, mouth
wash, hand combs, shampoo, tissue
packets, hand lotion, insect repellent
and sunscreen.
The Salvation Army's social services
encompass a wide range of programs
to help individuals and families over-
come daunting obstacles. The Salva-


' tion Army's grand design in social
work has always been one of em-
powerment, enabling those in need
to change their life's circumstances
and overcome challenges that stand
in their way. Services include emer-
gency assistance, self-sufficiency pro-
gramming, counseling, referral ser-
vices and much more.
The Salvation Army St. Petersburg
Area Command's Red Shield Lodge
Emergency and Long Term Shelter
is located at 1400 4th St. So. in St.
Petersburg. Bulk donations may be
picked up by Salvation Army person-
nel. Individuals wishing to donate
items listed above may drop off the
items at the shelter.
For more information, call The
Salvation Army St. Petersburg Area
Command at 550-8080.


Gulfport Crime Awareness & Prevention
Gulfport Crime Awareness & Prevention will hold its next meeting on
Monday, July 9th at 7 p.m. at the Neighborhood Center, 1617 49th St. So.
The topic will be "Internet Crimes Against Children" and how' easy it is to
become a victim. Parents are urged to attend and bring your children. This
is an open meeting and all residents are welcome. Hope to see you there.


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Every Thursday
Salsa Lessons 7-8pm
Music & Dancing 8-11pm
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Music at Gulfport
Beach Pavilion
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Karaoke with Cookie. Sing &
dance.
Tuesday, 1-3 p.m.
Slow Jam plus 50's & 60's on ac-
cordion with Don.
Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Good 01' Boys Wayne & Bill. Mu-
sic, dancing & karaoke.
Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Blast from the past with Cookie
as she sings 50s-60s County &
Rock-n-Rol.
Friday & Saturday, 1-8:30 p.m.
Live music, Sinatra era with Paul
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keyboard, vocal.
Sunday, 1-3 p.m.
Italian American accordion by
Woody for fun and dancing.
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RECREATION WEBSITE- HYPER-
LINK "http://www.ci.gulfport.fl.us" www.
ci.gulfport.fl.us and follow the links: City
Departments, Leisure services, Rec. Cen-
ter.
REMINDERS & UPCOMING
EVENTS
2007 SUMMER PROGRAM spots
available for RESIDENTS onlyl-On-
going resident registration continues for
the Summer Program. Hours of registra-
tion are Monday Friday from 9:00 a.m.-
5:00 p.m. The Summer Program is avail-
able for children who have completed
Kindergarten to age 14. You can pick up
your packet at the Rec. Center or log on
to HYPERLINK "http://www.ci.gulfport.
fl.us" www.ci.gulfport.fl.us and follow the
links to City Departments, Leisure Ser-
vices, then Rec. Center. Call 893-1068 for
more information.
Tot-Time-Pre-Registration has begun
for our 2006/2007 Tot-Time Program.
Classes are for 3-5 year olds and are from
9-11:30 a.m. There are still spaces in our
2, 3, or 5 day classes. Registration is $15
res/ and $100 Non-Res. Call 893-1068 for


more information.
ACTIVITIES
Adult Basketball nights, Tues. &
Thurs. 6-9 p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$4
non-res.
Tomlinson Skate Park Sticker-Annu-
al reg. $5 res/$10 non-res. Skaters ages
17 and under must be accompanied by a
parent for registration. Consent forms are
available at the Recreation Center, 5730
Shore Blvd. S., Monday through Friday
from 8:30 a.m. 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays
from 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
PROGRAMS
Teen Night Teens, age's middle school
to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m., Annual
reg. $2 res/$4 non-res.
CLASSES
Digital Photography-Wed., 5:30-6:30
p.m. Cost is $8 per class. Call Paul at
481-5737 for more info.
Drawing-Thursdays. 6:30-8:30 4 weqk
session 07/12-08/02 $60.For more infor-
mation call John at the Recreation center
893-1079.
Fencing-Wed., 5:30-6:30 p.m. for ages 7
to 70 are welcome. The cost is $5 per one-


Blvd. So 893-1068
hour session. Call Jim Campolli at 813-
855-3112 for more info.
Karate-Mon. & Thurs., 6:30-8 p.m. (Be-
ginners), advanced students stay until
8:30 p.m. $20 semi-annual registration
fee and $25/month.
Tai Chi & Health Recovery-Now lo-
cated at the Neighborhood Center, 1617
49th St. So.
Tennis-Tues., 4:30-5p.m. (ages 6+), 5-6
p.m. (children 8-16) and adults from 6-7
p.m. at Chase Park, 28th Ave. & 53rd
Street So. Gulfport. Cost is $10 per ses-
sion. Private lessons available. Call Jack
at 430-0690 for more info.
Writing From the Heart Workshop-
starts 07/10/07..Tues., 6-7:30 pm. The
fee is $14 for the entire 8 weeks. The
class will be open to anyone age 16 and
up. Please call Rosalind at 727-381-1030
or John at the rec. at 727-893-1079 for
more info.
Yoga with Susan-Tues., 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Integrative Yoga for the body, mind and
spirit. $10 per class or $8 for 4 prepaid
classes. For more info please see Susan
before class or call John at 893-1079.


Gulfport Librar)
WHAT'S HAPPENING @ THE LIBRARY:
FRIENDS ROOM GALLERY WALLS: Paintings by Debo-
rah Fuller.
Summer Reading Programs are ongoing through August 9:
Register for fun and prizes!
Fun with Books and Crafts: Every Friday at 3:00 p.m.
Family Storytime and Crafts: Every Saturday at 2:00
p.m.
Summer Reading Special Events: Wednesdays at 2:30
p.m. July 11: Mark the Balloon Guy creates balloon hats! July
18: Critters from Clearwater Marine Aquarium! July 25: Meet
Sam (pets and people from the Pinellas Animal Foundation)!
Teen Day: Mondays are Teen Days this summer! Read! Win
prizes! Volunteer! Hold puppet shows! Read stories to pre-
schoolers! Help with Crafts, Posters and Setup/Cleanup! Sign
up now! FMI, contact Pat Brinkley in the Youth area of the
Library. July 30, 6:00 p.m.: End of Teen Reading Program
and Final Reading Raffle (Must be present to win)!
Scrapbookers Club for Teens and Adults: Saturday, July
14 at 1:00 p.m. Bring your pictures, books and questions, and
prepare to have a great time! Scrapbookers meet on the sec-
ond Saturday of each month. Make beautiful pages of memo-
ries for yourself and your family. Some supplies available, but
you need to furnish your own 12x12 scrapbook album. FMI,
call Kay Boatwright at the Library, 893-1074.
One-on-One Computer Instruction: By appointment only-
-contact Alex Hooks at the Reference Desk, or call 893-1073.
MS Support Group: Informal group for persons with multi-
ple sclerosis and/or their family and friends to share informa-
30


5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074
tion and provide support. Facilitated by Tracy Woolrich, RN.
Thursday, June 28 and July 26, 10:00 a.m.-Noon.
Socrates Cafe: These monthly discussion groups were in-
spired by the book The Six Questions of Socrates. Author
Christopher Phillips traveled the world to lead informal
.groups, engaging people in the manner of the ancient Greek
philosopher, for whom "the questions are more important than
the answers." Friday, June 29 at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, July 12
at 10:00 a.m. and Friday, July 27 at 6:00 p.m.
Suncoast Computer Users: Thursday, July 12 at 6:00
p.m.
"Books that Ring a Bell!" Our SummerCoffeeTalk monthly
discussion series continues with The Red Badge of Courage,
by Stephen Crane. Join us for coffee, light refreshments, and
lively conversation on Thursday, July 19. Coffee is ready at
9:30 a.m., discussion starts at 10 o'clock. Copies of the book
may be reserved at the Reference Desk.
Genealogy Discussion Group: Saturday, July 28 at 1:00
p.m. This is not a formal class, just an opportunity to meet
and share experiences and information with others interested
in delving into their family history. FMI, call Kay Boatwright
at the Library, 893-1074.
G.E.D. Classes: Prepare for the high school equivalency
examination. Monday & Wednesdays, 5:00-8:00 p.m. (ex-
cept City or school holidays), through Lakewood Community
School. FMI, call 893-2955.
Gulfport Creative Short Story Writers: Wednesday morn-
ings, 9:15 a.m.-12:00 Noon.
IT'S ALL HAPPENING @ THE LIBRARY!
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Se v ices Ciay Sponsored Activities
ein the Community


Senior Center 5501 27th Ave. So. 893-Xx1231


Holidays, Flea Market. Dinner-Did
you know that the December Holidays
are only six months away? Let's get start-
ed early as Santa Claus is coming to town
and wants to see you at the Senior Center
on Fri. July 13. Our Holiday Flea Market
starts at 9am, Holiday music at 10:30am
and turkey dinner served at noon. Tick-
ets for the meal are $5.00. Attire: Red/
Green for the pre-holiday spirit! Cool off
with thoughts of snow and reindeer!
No July Food Distribution-There will
be no USDA Food Distribution at the
Gulfport Senior Center during the month
of July. Distribution will resume in Au-
gust with new guidelines. Watch the
abber for further details.
Cookies & Cummunity-Join us on
Wed. July 11 at 10:30am for free refresh-
ments and to learn about an exciting vol-
unteer opportunity that includes tax-free
money, paid time off including holidays,
mileage reimbursement, meal allowance,
and more. Seniors in Service of Tampa
Bay, Inc. will explain how you can enrich
the life of a child and receive personal
benefits.
Life Line Health Screenings-Life Line
Screening will be offering health screen-
ings on Mon. July 23. Tests include
screenings for stroke, osteoporosis, ab-
dominal aortic aneurysm and peripheral
arterial disease. Call 1-800-324-1851 for
fee info and/or to make your reservation.
Life Line Now Offers Blood Tests-
Blood tests will be offered on Mon. July
23 for cholesterol and diabetic screen-
ings. Call 1-800-324-1851 for fee and
scheduling info.
Hurricane Story Time-Unconcerned
about hurricanes? That's how Mary felt
before she experienced one! Come and
hear what Mary learned the hard way!
Important literature on Disaster Pre-
paredness will be available and an op-
portunity to register for pet shelters and
special needs shelters. The Gulfport Fire
Department will also be on hand to an-
swer questions. It all happens on Tues.
July 31 at 11am. Why not stay for a hot
dog lunch for just $2.00? Meal ticket must
be purchased in advance. This event is
sponsored by the Rotary Club of St. Pe-
tersburg Suncoast.
Morning Computer Classes-Computer
Classes for Beginners will be offered on
July 16, 17, 23 and 24 at 9am. Includes
workbook and 12 hours of training of-
fered by PTEC (Pinellas Technical Edu-
cation Centers). Cost: $53. Call for more
info. First come, first serve.
Healthy Heart Initiative for Women
Only -Diabetic Nurse Educator Ruth
Frederick from St. Anthony's Hospital
will give a presentation on Tues. July 24
at 10:30am to discuss a special program


for women about their Healthy Heart Ini-
tiative Program that includes free health
screenings and informational classes.
Sign up now.
Nutrition Classes-Our next Nutrition
Class will be held on Mon. July 2 at 1pm.
Topic: Stress & Nutrition How One Af-
fects the Other.
GEMS Special Outing- Special trips
are planned every 4th Tues. 1-3:30pm for
GEMS customers. We will be going to the
Science Center of Pinellas County, Inc.
on Tues. July 24, 1-3:30pm. Admission:
$5.00. Call now to reserve a seat.
Help for Seniors- Do you need help
in any of the following areas? Medicare
Eligibility/Enrollment,. Medicare Health
Plan Choices, Medicare Appeal Rights,
Medigap (Medicare Supplemental) Poli-
cies, Health Insurance billing problems?
Individual assistance available every
Tues. 9am-noon. Call the Senior Center
for an appointment.
Exercise Classes-
Mild Aerobics: Mon & Wed, 1:30 pm
(Neighborhood Center).
Senior Tai Chi: Senior Tai Chi (All Tai
Chi Class at Neighborhood Center)
Yoga, Wed. at 1:30pm; at the Senior
Center.
55 Alive Driving Class-Classes are held
on the first two Tuesdays of every month,
12:30-4:30pm Fee: $10. Must attend both
classes. Pre-registration required. Call
Jim at (727) 367-4038 to register for July
classes.
Cards & Games:
Bridge Practice, Tues. 1:30pm
Contract Bridge: Tues. & Thurs. 2pm
Canasta: Wed. 6:30pm
Pinochle, Wed. 6:30pm
Bingo: Fri. 1pm
Po-Ke-No: 3rd Mon. 1pm.
Scrabble, Fri. 1pm
Crafts
Craft Club Meeting, every Mon. at 9am.
Knit/Crochet for Community Projects,
every Mon. at 9am
Writers' Group Come join our Writer's
Group every Fri. at 10am. For more info,
call Marilyn Ellsworth at 323-1871 or HY-
PERLINK "mailto:marilynaellsworth@
hotmail.com" marilynaellsworth@hot-
mail.com
Diabetic Support Group-Diabetic
Educator Faye Paris from the Pinellas
County Health Department is available
every Mon. at 10am to help you manage
your Diabetes. Free.
Love Notes-Mark your calendar for
Monday, July 23 at 1pm for a special
performance by the Love Notes. Includes
refreshments. Free event but must get
admission ticket in advance.
Flea Market Items Needed
If you have items to donate to our July


Holiday Flea Market please drop
them off at the Senior Center. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the Gulfport Multi-
purpose Senior Center Foundation.
Needed: Adjustable Canes
Do you have an adjustable cane you
no longer need? We have several se-
niors who are in need of one. Canes
may be dropped off at the Senior Cen-
ter and will be greatly appreciated.
Journal Writing Class-will contin-
ue through the month of July. Come
join us on Wed. at 7pni.
Brite Screenings -Watch for details
on some special screenings available
on Wed. July 18 at 10:30am.
Health Care for the Uninsured-
The Pinellas County Mobile Medical
Van will be at the Gulfport Senior
Center on Wed. July 18, 4-7:30pm to
provide medical assistance for those
who are without health insurance of
any kind. First come/first serve.

Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-1070
Exercise Class-M,W, 1:30 p.m.
Tai Chi Adv. Beginner-Thurs., 9 a.m.
Overeaters Anonymous-Sun., 6:30
p.m., www.oapinellas.org


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Traffic News
Starting on June 26, Pasadena
Avenue will be reduced to one lane
going to St. Pete Beach. South
Pasadena's contractor will be re-
habilitating the main sewer lines
on Pasadena Avenue for approxi-
mately three weeks. Gulfport Blvd.
turning lanes will also be reduced
to one lane.

Women & Stroke
On June 19 another presenta-
tion was given about Stroke Pre-
vention. The Boca Ciega Room at
the hospital was filled to capacity
and there were not only women
but also quite a few men present.
While all were enjoying a light
lunch, a video was set up which
told that stroke is the second lead-
ing cause of death world-wide for
women who always thought it was
breast cancer.
To reduce risks for a stroke,
know your blood pressure and try
to keep it low. Nowadays 120/80 is
normal. Stop smoking and if you
drink alcohol, do so in moderation.
Your cholesterol should ideally be
less than 200, enjoy a lower sodi-
um (salt) and lower fat diet.
Stroke symptoms are sudden
numbness or weakness of face,
arm or leg. especially on one side
of the body. sudden confusion.
trouble speaking or understand-
ing. trouble seeing in one or both
eyes, walking, dizziness, loss of
balance or coordination or severe
headache. It is good to have a by-
stander looking at you if you have
such symptoms in order to get ear-
ly treatment as fast-as possible.
Black people are more prone to
strokes than whites and strokes
can happen at any age. Physical
inactivity and obesity can increase
your risk of cardiovascular dis-
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Community Improvement
Project
Construction on the new PW fa-
cility has already started. The pro.
jected finish is scheduled for Octo-
ber 30.
Hurricanes
Once again hurricane season is
here (until November 30) and ev-
eryone is anxiously watching and
reading weather reports. Pinellas
County has the highest population
per square mile in Florida since
it is nearly surrounded by water.
Residents must" be ready to take
action when the time comes. If you
have pets plan for them well in ad-
vance and make sure your pet has
proper identification with either a
collar tag or microchip implants
If you are staying home, have one
week's supply of food that does not
require cooking. fluids to drink, a
non-electric can opener, portable
radio, flashlights and personal hy-
giene items. When going to a shel-
ter don't forget your medications.
non-perishable food, drinking
liquids, personal hygiene items,
change of clothes, eye glasses, im-
portant papers and reading ma-
terials. It's always a good idea to
have extra batteries if at home or
in a shelter.

Pasadena Card Club
The Pasadena Card Club, 10 Park
St., has Duplicate Bridge Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 12:30 p.m.
and Party Bridge and Pinocle at 12
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. For in-
formation call David at 381-5944.

Community Blood
Pressure Readings
Palms of Pasadena Hospital pro-
vides free blood pressure testing in
the main lobby every Tuesday from
10:30 11:30 a.m.

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Local Obituaries


BELUHAN, DR. FRANK Z., 75, of
South Pasadena, died Sunday (June
3, 2007) at home under the care of
hospice. Born in Zagreb, Croatia,
he moved to Chicago in 1967 and
retired here in 1993. He was a re-
search veterinarian for the Univer-
sity of Illinois Chicago campus. He
was a bowling champion in Croatia
and enjoyed fishing and traveling.
He was an art enthusiast, particu-
larly Croatian art, and was active
with the Croatian American Club of
America. He was a docent at the St.
Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts and
a professor of animal laboratory sci-
ence at St. Petersburg College. Sur-
vivors include his wife of 49 years,
Zlata; two daughters, Jane Rodri-
guez, Tampa, and Lilly Barrett, Ge-
neva, Ill.; and four grandchildren.
Lewis W. Mohn Funeral Home and
Cremation Services, Seminole.

GABLES, DEWEY G., 89, of Gulf-
port, died Saturday (June 16, 2007)
at Alhambra Health and Rehabili-
tation Center in St. Petersburg. He
was born in Shoals, Ind., and came
here in 1955 from Indianapolis. He
retired as a grounds keeper after 12
years with Pasadena Country Club
and 40 years with Tabor Wrecking
Yard. He was Christian. Survivors
include two great-nieces, Lorrissa
Filmon and Signa Quandt, both of
St. Petersburg; a great-nephew,
Dorsey Quandt, Steinhatchee, Fla.;
two great-great-nephews, William
Filmon, Old Town, and Brandon
Quandt, Florida; and a great-great-
niece, Charlotte Quandt, St. Peters-
burg. ALifeTribute FuneralCare,
Gulfport Chapel.

GILBERT, VIVIAN B., 85, of
South Pasadena, died Thursday
(June 21, 2007) at Dolphins View
Health and Rehabilitation Centre.
Born in Knoxville, Tenn., she came
here in 1975 from Athens, Ga. She
was a real estate investor. Survivors
include a son, H. Linwood Gilbert,
St. Petersburg; a brother, Patrick
Bishop, Gainesville, Ga.; a sister,
Bernice Cronin, Seattle; and two
grandchildren. David C. Gross Fu-
neral Homes and Cremation Center,
Central Avenue Chapel, St. Peters-
burg.
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HOLLAND, JULIA V., 92, of South
Pasadena, died Sunday (June 24,
2007) at the Health and Rehabilita-
tion Center at Dolphins View. She
was born in Shrewsbury, Pa., and
came here in 2003 from Hartly, Del.
She was a homemaker. She wrote
poetry and music and played the
piano and pipe organ. Survivors
include a daughter, Hazel Pryor,
South Pasadena; a son, Ralph Hol-
land, Seaford, Del., and a sister, Mu-
riel Miller, York, Pa. ALifeTribute
FunieralCare, Gulfport Chapel.

KEYSER, MARGARET E. "PEG-
GY," 90, of South Pasadena, died
Tuesday (June 19, 2007) at Bon
Secour Maria Manor in St. Peters-
burg. She was born in Hawthorne,
N.J., and came here in 1972 from
Wayne, N.J. She enjoyed having'
dinner parties for her friends. Survi-
vors include two sons, John Edward
Korzinek, Canton, Pa., and Conrad
"Lee" Korzinek, Belleair Bluffs; a
sister, Teresa "Terry" Curatolo,
St. Petersburg; a grandson, James
Ryan Korzinek, and a great-grand-
son, Joshua Lee Korzinek, both of
Belleair Bluffs; and many nieces
and nephews. National Cremation
Society, Clearwater.

LITTLE, NANCY, 78, of South Pas-
adena, died Friday (June 1, 2007) at
home. She came hiere 35 years ago
from her native New Castle, Ind. She
retired from Publix supermarket ih
Madeira Beach. Survivors include a
sister, Jessie Meese, McLean, Va.;
two grandsons, Jason Miller awd
Shane Cox, both of Florida; a niece,
Nancy Convy; and a nephew, John
Meese. ALifeTribute FuneralCare,
Gulfport Chapel.,

LOSH, HAROLD DALE, 74, -of
South Pasadena, died Thursday
(June 21, 2007) at Palms of Pasa-
dena Hospital. He was born in Hat-
rison County, W.Va., and was a sea-
sonal resident here from Willowick,
Ohio, until 1994 when he moved
here permanently. A technical spe-
cialist for Lubrizol Corp. in Wick-
liffe, Ohio, for 38 years, he worked
around the country performing tests
on farm equipment and automobiles.


He was a member of Pasadena Com-
munity Church. He had traveled to
39 countries and all 50 states. Sur-
vivors include his wife of 55 years,
Emma; a son, Richard, Riverside,
Calif.; a brother, Gerald, Culloden,
W.Va.; and a sister, Marlene Ship-
ley, Nocona, Texas. Beach Memorial
Chapel, St. Pete. Beach.

PLUNKETT, KARYN L., 42, known
to her friends as "K. Leigh" or "Jew-
elry Gypsy", of St. Petersburg, died
Wednesday, June 20, 2007 from an
automobile accident. She was born
in Fall River, Mass., and came here
to Florida 22 years ago from Som-
erset, Mass. She was a jewelry de-
signer, loved fishing and singing ka-
raoke. She was Catholic. Survivors
include her father and stepmother,
Robert and Susan Plunkett, Largo;
her sister, Julie Plunkett, San Fran-
cisco, CA; and her maternal grand-
mother, Lillian Roderigues, Fall
River, Mass. She is also the daugh-
ter of the late Eileen P. Brown, Glas-
tonbury, Conn., and the sister of the
late Kimberly Plunkett, Somerset,
Mass. Abbey Affordable Cremation
and Funeral Services, Largo. Final
arrangements for services have not
yet been made.


VAN ARDOY,
CAROL, 62, of Gulf-
port, passed away
Tuesday (June 19,
2007) while in NY
for vacation. Loving
wife, mother and
grandmother, she will be missed by
all who knew her. A celebration of
life will be held in her memory on
Thursday, July 5, 2007 at the Pasa-
dena Presbyterian Church at 7:30
p.m. in the chapel.


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St. Pete Pride
Comedy Festival
St. Pete Pride 2007 is set for another
phenomenal year with the addition
of another signature event, being a
joyful and lively comedy festival ap-
propriately named, "Laughter In
Paradise." The line up for this year's
Laughter In Paradise includes the
lesbian comedic sensation Michele
Balan, the transgender transfix of
Ian Harvie and the jovial jester Scott
D. Silverman. Chances are you have
seen them on programs such as Com-
edy Central's Last Comic Standing
and LOGO's Laugh Out Loud Comedy
Festival. The Master of Ceremonies
for this year's Laughter in Paradise
includes the antics of Sirius Satellite
Radio's own OutQ personality Derek
Hartley. Derek will also be present-
ing the award for "Crowd Favorite."
Laughter In Paradise will be held
on Friday, June 29th at 7:30 p.m.
at USF St. Petersburg's Student
Activities Center located at 140 7th
Ave. So. Tickets for the comedy festi-
val are $25 and are on sale at www.
StPetePride.com and several ticket
outlets across the bay. The ticket out-
lets include: MC Film Fest, Georgies
Alibi, Urban Body, Metro Charities -
Tampa/St. Pete, Caf6 Dolce and Tan
Central.


Sophie's Thrift Shop
Sophie's Attic Thrift Shop, a mission
outreach of the First United Meth-
odist Church of Gulfport, is ready to
serve you. We are located near the
corner of 53rd Street and 28th Av.
South. We are open every Friday
and Saturday morning from 9-12.
We want to give you ideas so you can
dress well for different events, and
enjoy some new-to-you clothes for
very little money! We have many,
many blouses, slacks, skirts, shorts,
and some lingerie for women. We also
have men's slacks, shorts, and shirts,
kid's clothes and toys, kitchen ware,
lots of books, sheets and pillowcases,
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July 4th Breakfast
Block Party
On Tuesday Gulfport City Council
approved the closure of Upton Street
South from 27th Avenue to 29th Av-
enue on July 4 from 10:00 a.m to 2:30
p.m. for a community block party and
breakfast. Resident organizers told
council that the event has become
a popular annual gathering and ex-
tend an invitation to anyone wishing
to attend.

Officials May Attend
Online Ethics Class
Local officials and appointed board
and committee members for the City
of Gulfport who must comply with the
Florida Sunshine Law may now take
an online course on Florida's Code
of Ethics, Sunshine Law and Public
Records. The cost of the course is
$15.00 and will be paid by the City.
Officials who wish to take the class
must register online at www.flori-
daethicslaws.com or by calling 850-
385-7915. The class is offered by The
Florida Institute of Government.

Parking Restrictions on
York Street
By city resolution parking is now
restricted to the east side of York
Street from 30th Avenue to 31st Ave-
nue in Gulfport. Residents had been
voluntarily parking only on the east
aide of the narrow street to afford
passage for utility and emergency ve-
hicles and had approached Gulfport
Public Safety with a request to make
the parking restriction official. Sig-
nage will also be posted with the new
regulation.

No July 3 Council
Meeting
Gulfport City Council voted unani-
mously to cancel the regularly sched-
uled July 3 council meeting because
of the July 4 holiday. The next sched-
uled meeting is for July 17 at 7 p.m.

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Foster Grandparents
Nee*pd .
Volunteers are needed to serve
as Foster Grandparents in schools
and chfl.dren's programs in Pinellas
County. The positions involve men-
toring and tutoring at-risk and spe-
cial needs young people. The ideal
candidates enjoy spending their time
with children and helping them suc-
ceed.
Foster Grandparents must be 60
years old or older. They serve for 20
hours per week and receive transpor-
tation reimbursement, training and
other benefits. Those with a month-
ly income of $990 (single) or $1301
(couple) are eligible to earn a tax-free
stipend of up to $53 per week. Other
incentives include love, admiration
and the knowledge that you are mak-
ing a difference in the lives of young
people.
For full details, call Seniors in Ser-
vice at (813) 932-5228. Seniors in
Service is a non-profit organization
that recruits, trains and places vol-
unteers to help children succeed and
elders remain independent.
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Gulfport 5k Run Cancelled
By Kate Bradshaw

For four years Gulfport Chamber of Commerce Vice President Mike Cala-
mari has been organizing October's Gulfport 5k run. The run, which drew
more than 200 runners last year. raised money primarily for the Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society. Other organizations that benefited included Gulfport
little league baseball and the Mason Dixon Christmas Wish Fund.
Last week Calamari announced at a chamber meeting that this year's 5k is
cancelled.
"It's not in me to do it this year," says Calamari, for whom cancer has re-
cently been too close for comfort. "I'm not saying never, but this year. it's a
. dad isque."
Calarnari says putting the race together is "a six-month endeavor." While
volunteers enter the picture in the weeks leading up to the 5k. putting the
race together is like a full-time job for Calamari, who is the event's sole orga-
nizer.
"' feel like I'm letting them down," he says. referring to those looking forward
to pArticipating in the event and the charities that benefit. The past year has
led Calamari to believe that now is the "time to smell the petunias."
Chamber of Commerce President Lori Rosso says she knows the kind of
stress that goes into putting on an event like the 5k.
"We're all disappointed." Rosso says. but "his health is our primary concern."
Calamari, who has coached runners for numerous marathons, says that one
thing he is determined to do this year is run the New York City Marathon-the
world's largest-on November 4th of this year.
"1 don't care if they cut my legs off," says Calamari of his determination. He
ran the New York City Marathon in 1984, and hopes he can beat his time.


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Lydia stuck her head throw
storage room door. "Is it
if I go to lunch, now?" sh
"I have a hot date and I don't
keep him waiting."
"With George?" Jeremy asked
"No, somebody else," she ansi
Jeremy was more than a bit b
by Lydia's love life. "I thought
a boyfriend," he said.
She put a finger to her lips.
you don't tell, I won't."
Jeremy couldn't miss th
sparkle emanating from her ea
"WVhat's that?" he asked
earrings?"
"Yes," she said, "a gift from
He just gave them to me." She
further into the room so he cou
better view. "Aren't they beaut
Jeremy was less im
"Diamonds, huh? Are they real
Lydia smiled meaningfully. "I
soon enough," she said.
Jeremy nodded, knowing
what she meant. "That's a
extravagant gift from some
hardly knows you, isn't it?"
"I guess he thinks I'm worth
countered.
"And all you have to do is hav
with him tomorrow night, huh
"That's right," she said, def
her voice.
"What if he wants more?"
"He may want more, but thai
mean he's going to get -it," s
obviously meaning it.
"You don't think it's lead:
on, taking a gift like that fro]
Jeremy was just needling her
point.
"He can afford it," she ar
apparently tiring of the game.
I go to lunch now, or not?"
"Sure," he said. "I'll cover for
tired of paying bills, anyway."
He kept his seat, though, sha
head slowly until he heard L
out the front door. Then he tur
small framed photo sitting on
amidst the clutter. The photc
him, a few years earlier, and of


ugh the young man, a bit taller than Jeremy
all right and very good looking. The other guy
e asked. had one arm draped over 4leremyv'g
want to shoulders and they were both smiling
broadly for the camera.
I. Jeremy reached out to the photo and
wered. ran the tip of his index finger down the,
>emused figure of the other guy. "I don't know,
you had Matt," he said softly, his finger -now
resting at the bottom of the photo.
'Sh-h. If "It makes you wonder about people,
doesn't it?'
e major He looked sadly at the photo for a few
arlobes. moments. "They obviously don't have
L. "New what we had."
Then he sighed, heaved himself out of
George. the chair, and went out into the shop.
stepped There was nobody in it at the moment,
Ild get a so he continued on to the front door
iful?" and out onto the sidewalk.
pressed. It was a little past 1 p.m., now, high
1?" noon on Daylight Savings Time, and
I'll know the sun was beating down harshly.
But he welcomed it after being inside
exactly in the air conditioning for probably two
pretty hours. If you don't like the sun, he had
ne who thought many times, you shouldn't live
in Florida.
it," she Street traffic had picked up quite a bit
since the last time he had been outside,
e dinner and so had foot traffic. Of course,
?" most of it was lunch traffic people
iance in going into or leaving the restaurants
clustered around this end of Beach
Boulevard. And he could hear voices
t doesn't coming from the bar and lunch patrons
he said, on the rooftop of AquaBella across the
street. It made him wish he could go
ing him over and have a beer, himself, but he
m him?" knew he couldn't. Not during business
,at this hours and certainly not this early on a
business day. It would be too tempting
aswered, to have another and then another
"So can still.
Two women came out of the Beach
you. I'm Bazaar, chatting amiably as they
walked. Jeremy thought they might be
king his live ones, potential customers, but they
,ydia go walked on by one woman pausing
ned to a long enough to check out a plant stand
his desk in front of his shop but then shaking
was of her head when she saw the price tag.
another This ain't Wal-Mart, Jeremy felt like


saying, but didn't.
He didn't notice Sam until she was
practically on top of him, riding her
three-wheeled bicycle, as usual. Her
three modes of transportation were by
foot, by bike and, when she needed to
go further, by bus.
"Oh, Sam, hi," he said. "You startled
me."
Sam returned his greeting with one
of her own, a unique, long, loud laugh
that everyone knew, but nobody said
out loud, sounded more like the bray
of a donkey than the laugh of a human
being.
Sam was short for Samantha,'and
she was something of a town makot;
everyone knew her and she was
always around. And she was always
ready to do some small chore for pay,
of course. She also held down a regular
job washing dishes in the evening at
one of the local restaurants. And she
lived in a rented room just a block or
two away.
Jeremy didn't know 'if she was
actually, formally retarded. But if not,
he was sure that her IQ was well below
"normal." She was short and broad,
and she was always dressed the same:
a baseball cap over her short, dark
hair; a T-shirt with something, usually
a beer logo, on the front; long, below-
the-knee cargo shorts; and athletic
shoes. In winter, she also wore a jacket;
otherwise, her wardrobe never varied.
"What can I do for you?" Jeremy asked
her.
"Any jobs today?" she asked in return,
her usual question.
"No, sorry, maybe next week," Jeremy
answered.
"N-ah-ha-ha-ha-ha-a-a," she
responded, and rode off.
Jeremy stood and watched her leave.
He knew that she had a sister in town
who kind of looked after her. But
he wondered sometimes if that was
enough. He wasn't a hundred percent
convinced that she should be allowed to
run around on her own, unsupervised.
His optimism of the morning somewhat
drained away by now, Jeremy turned
back to his shop door. When he got.
inside, he headed for the sales counter,
but his thoughts returned to Matt.
"Oh, Matt," he said to himself, "life
would be so different if you were still
around."

This .is a work of fiction. The events,
the people and, especially, the victims
are all fictional as well. No similarity
to real people or real events is intended.
Next week: Sam's sister Rebecca.

Gabber June 28 July 4, 2007






Church Supports
Transgender Identity
A resolution affirming support for
transgender individuals written by
the Rev. Manish K. Mishra of the
Unitarian Universalist Church of St.
Petersburg, and co-sponsored by the
Rev. Abhi Janamanchi of the Unitar-
ian Universalists of Clearwater, was
passed on Sunday, June 24, 2007 at
the 10th annual national Unitarian
Universalist Association's General
Assembly meeting of 5400 regis-
trants, in Portland, Oregon. The res-
olution titled "Confronting Gender
Identity Discrimination" will impact
all 1000+ member congregations of
the UUA.
This resolution is a first for the
UUA which has never had a formal
statement in support of transgender
identity- The resolution, which es-
tablishes the first ever UUA policy to
support transgender individuals in
employment practices, educational
efforts, congregational life, and pub-
lic witness also encourages member
congregations and societies to explore
with their communities the impor-
tant differences between sexual ori-
entation and transgender identity.
Rev. Mishra and Rev. Janamanchi
have been very active publicly in sup-
porting the transgender community.
Rev Mishra was one of the principal
organizers of an interfaith coali-
tion of Tampa Bay liberal religious
church leaders who demonstrated in
front of Largo City Hall to support
Susan Stanton, the former Largo city
manager, fired from her job after she
revealed her plans to transition her
gender from male to female. The Uni-
tarian Universalist Church of St. Pe-
tersburg, a century old congregation
on Mirror Lake, also hosted the In-
terfaith Worship Service of Hope and
Healing on March 15th to support the
transgender community which Susan
(then Steve) Stanton attended.
For more information, contact Rev.
Manish K. Mishra (727) 453-2212,
"mailto:MMishra@aol.com" MMish-
ra@aol.com.

Code Enforcement
Gulfport Code Enforcement contin-
ues to work in Section Three, also
known as the Southwest Neighbor-
hood area. This area generally ex-
tends south from Gulfport Boulevard
to the water and west from 58th
Gabber June 28 July 4, 2007


Street and 59th Street to city limits.
To learn more about City codes or
what actions have taken place in your
neighborhood, please visit the City's
website at www.ci.gulfport.fl.us.

Juice It Up During

the Spin Cycle
You may soon be able to purchase
a juice beverage while you are doing
your laundry in downtown Gulfport.
The City's Community Redevelop-
ment Agency approved a site plan on
Tuesday which will add a juice bar
to the Gulfport Village Laundromat
located at 2813 Beach Boulevard.
Additional approved site improve-
ments include a new cover over the
back deck and front porch, removal of
fencing on the south side of the prop-
erty and the addition of a new cov-
ered walk way with a handicapped
access ramp.
The property is owned by Cathy Ro-
mano and was originally constructed
as a single family home in 1924. It has
been used as a laundromat since 2005.


Budget, from front page

from the city's total staff of 69
(not including fire and safety).
If constitutional changes pass in
January an additional $1,350,000
will need to be cut, or another 27
positions. Gulfport currently op-
erates a general fund of about
$4,500,000. The General Fund
does not include Special Revenue
Funds such as the Waterfront
Redevelopment Fund, the 49th
Street Redevelopment Fund and
GEMS, or Enterprise Funds such
as utilities and the marina.
The City's budget process will be-
gin in July and at least four public
hearings will occur throughout the
late summer and early fall before
the final passage of a revised city
budget. Brobeil's complete pre-
sentation to council can be found
online at the city's website which
is www. http://www.ci.gulfport.
fl.us/.

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Following are some of the calls
that Gulfport Police responded to
during the past week.
Friday 6/15
Drunk Driver- 3000 Block of 54th
St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 2900
Block of 49th St. So.
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Trouble with Individual- 4900
Block of 31st Ave. So.
Theft- 1900 Block of 58th St. So.
Animal Complaint- 1800 Block of
58th St. So.
Domestic Verbal- 5500 Block of
16th Ave. So.
Saturday 6/16
Trouble with Individual- 1100
Block of 60th St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 3000
Block of 50th St. So.
Suspicious Vehicle- 5400 Block of
Shore Blvd. So.
Trouble with Individual- 5400
Block of 12th Ave. So.
911 Hang-Up- 5000 Block of Gulf-
port Blvd. So.
Burglary- 5200 Block of Jersey Ave.
So.
Accident with Injuries- 5800
Block of 9th Ave. So.
911 Hang-Up- 3000 Block of 50th


St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 590Q,
Block of Skimmer Pt. Blvd. S. S '
Trouble with Individual- 2800
Block of 50th St. So.
Hit & Run- 5700 Block of 16th Ave. r
So.
Sunday 6/17
Trouble with Individual- 2700
Block of 49th St. So.
Arrest on Warrant- 6000 Block of
Gulfport Blvd. So.
Burglary- 5600 Block of 21st Ave.
So. i i
Theft- 5200 Block of 18th Ave. So.
Accident with Injuries- 5500
Block of 17th Ave. So.
Trouble with Individual- Beach-
front.
Criminal Mischief- 2600 Block of
47th St. So.
Arrest on Warrant- 5100 Block of
Gulfport Blvd. So.
Battery- 5100 Block of 14th Ave.
So.
Domestic Verbal- Beach Pavilion.
Monday 6/18
Criminal Mischief- 2700 Block of
Beach Blvd. So.
Burglary- 3000 Block of 49th St.
So.
Cruelty to Animals- 5300 Block of
Gulfport Blvd. So.
Trouble with Individual- 5300
Block of 10th Ave. So.
Arrest on Warrant- Boca Ciega
Bay.
Burglary- 3000 Block of 56th St.
So.
Theft- 1800 Block of 52nd St. So.
Lost/Stolen Tag- 1800 Block' of
59th St. So.
Animal Complaint- 2600 Block of


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56th St. So.
Tuesday 6/19
Trouble with Individual- 4900
Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Recovered Stolen Vehicle- 5100
Block of 16th Ave. So.
Theft- 5000 Block of Gulfport Blvd.
So.
Domestic Verbal- 5500 Block of
16th Ave. So.
Trouble with Individual- Tomlin-
son Park.
Narcotics/Drugs- 2500 Block of
49th St. So.
Burglary Alarm- 5500 Block of
26th Ave. So.
Wednesday 6/20
Reckless Driver- 900 Block of 58th
St. So.
Noise Complaint- 3000 Block of
49th St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 2800
Block of Beach Blvd. So.
Animal Complaint- 1200 Block of
49th St. So.
Battery- 5700 Block of 18th Ave.
So.
Domestic Battery- 4900 Block of
24th Ave. So.
Noise Complaint- 5000 Block of
12th Ave. So.
Thursday 6/21
Criminal Mischief- 5500 Block of
31st Ave. So.
Theft- 5700 Block of Gulfport Blvd.
So.
Arrest on Warrant- 1100 Block of
53rd St. So.
911 Hang-Up- 5500 Block of 28th
Ave. So.
911 Hang-Up- 5700 Block of Shore
Blvd. So.
Theft- 4900 Block of Gulfport Blvd.
So.
911 Hang-Up- 5900 Block of 30th
Ave. So.
Theft- 5500 Block of 28th Ave. So.
911 Hang-Up- 5900 Block of Peli-
can Bay Plaza.
Drunk Person- 4900 Block of 31st
Ave. So.
Prowler- 5600 Block of 11th Ave.
So.









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-E-mails, I get

e-mails, stacks and

stacks of e-mails

Roger Turner
VIEWPOINT

W ith a nod to the Perry Como field is established, what authority will

Show of many years ago, I Gulfport have to require people to use
thought I would share some it? What will prevent boat owners from
of my e-mails with you today. anchoring everywhere else in the bay
I get quite a few, but not as many as (in waters where Gulfport ordinances
you might think. Some people probably have no authority) like they do now?"
think I'm beyond hope and don't believe "I have asked this question, but
it's worth the bother. nobody in the city government seems
Of those who do write to me, I would to understand my concerns. If they
say the e-mails are about evenly divided build this mooring field and then have
among four categories, no authority to make the boaters use it,
Some people write to make a comment what a huge waste it will have been."
or give an opinion on some topic that RS
I've written about in a column. Fair From an e-mail in January not
enough. relating to any particular column,
Others write to ask a question, usually "Hello there, enjoy your column very
about some subject related to Gulfport, much. You seem to be the only one
and think I might be a good source holding anyone accountable in Gulfport
of information. Not necessarily an or the surrounding area."
accurate assumption, but I try to help. "Anyway, about Elements, a great
Still others write to compliment me new restaurant where Patio Caf6
or thank me for something I've written.. (not a great restaurant) used to be.
Always appreciated, but I take such Gulfport was jumping tonight, all the
comments with a grain of salt. restaurants, just great to see the town
And finally, some people send me some jumping. Even the Courtyard had a
variation of "How dare you?" or "You're crazy Irish band called "Empty Hats"
the stupidest person to ever walk the who really got the place going. Just
face of the earth." See above, thought you'd like to know." ED
But some of the e-mails are printable. Regarding the 12/7/06 column about
A few of them follow, slightly edited: our new dinghy dock, "I watched the
Regarding the 6/14/07 column about construction and installation of the
Miami Herald columnist Carl Hiaasen, floating dock, but had no idea that it
"Having moved here from Miami, I was intended for dinghies. Since its
not only read Carl Hiaasen's columns, installation, all I've seen is rather large
but had a number of occasions to hear/ powerboats on that dock."
see, even speak to him in person. "Last Friday night, the one dinghy
His wit, staunch environmentalism, that did approach the dock was unable
and fearlessness in telling 'it like it is to land there as it was completely
politically make him a literary hero to occupied by two powerboats, complete
me. The closest to him we have here with partying crews. Obviously, it is
is (St. Petersburg Times columnist) easier for these vessels to tie up at the
Howard Troxler." floating dock rather than the adjacent
"His name, as I suppose others have finger piers which are rarely used. I
already informed you, is pronounced in wonder how well the city will be able to
three syllables: Hi-a-sen, emphasis on manage the proposed mooring field if
the first. And, in reading his stuff, I, they are unable to indicate the proper
too, wish I could say that I said that." use of this $66,000 dock." SR
JB Regarding the 11/23/06 column about
Regarding the 5/3/07 column about TV coverage of Gulfport, "The word
the mooring field, "Somebody needs is out again about Gulfport and I
to ask this question of the Gulfport noticed that everyone was mentioned
officials: Only a very small portion of except the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
Boca Ciega Bay is in the city limits of We're near the Gulfport Marina. We're
Gulfport. Therefore, once a mooring responsible for teaching boat safety and
Gabber June 28 July 4, 2007


seamanship and we do vessel exams
and we get involved with the Gulfport
community and we're always looking
for volunteers. We're The American
Volunteer Lifesavers, XFlotilla 7-16,
right here in the heart of Gulfport."
GH
Regarding the 10/26/06 column about
the housing project planned for 50th
Street, "I must agree that, in talking
to people, there are those who feel the
same way as you do. However, there
are also residents and business owners
that see progress in a very positive
way."
"It is probably not realistic to think
we can keep Gulfportf the quaint
fishing village that it was years ago.
However, there must be some middle
ground that most residents (taxpayers)
can feel comfortable with. Stopping,
progress can't be the answer. I see
new construction as a glimpse into
the future and I like it. By your own
admission, this is a property rights
state and plans for the project on 50th
Street meet all zoning requirements.
To me this is good news."
"Gulfport is a fine city and I wouldn't
want 15-story condo buildings popping
up, but I feel strongly that controlled
growth and new construction would be
very good. I think our City Council has
the proper guidelines in place to insure
the city keeps its 'small town feel.' I'm
not sure it benefits anyone, especially
property owners (and property values),
when a city tries to restrict growth in a
way that you seem to suggest." WD
'Regarding the 10/12/06 column about
Gulfport's ad valorem tax cut, "I think
that you are missing the bigger picture
for the local businesses in Gulfport and
other Pinellas cities. You cite the city's
tax on a property assessed at $500,000 to
be $1,935. What this does not take into
consideration are the other business
owner expenses, such as county and
school taxes and insurance costs. Also,
you could use your spending arguments
no matter how much revenue the cities
take in."
"I do not own a building in Gulfport
but am one of the consumers. If the
restaurants are forced to raise their
prices too high, I will merely go
elsewhere to eat or shop. I dare say
others will also go elsewhere if the prices
in Gulfport get to be too high. My guess
is that people like you would rather
replace them with condos anyway, so
you can keep the tax revenues rising."
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Members of the American Legion Post 125 light American flags which flew in
various public places around the area and had been approved for retirement in
the annual Flag Retirement Ceremony at Veterans Park in Gulfport on June 14.
US Flag Code states, "The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a
fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by
burning." American Legion Post 125, while presently located in St. Petersburg,
has a long history of association with Gulfport. About 20 people attended the
ceremony including the mayor of Gulfport and/each of the city's council members.
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Planin advance your evacuation and
safety measures. When you first see
lightning or hear thunder, activate
your emergency plan. Now is the time
to go to a building or a vehicle. Light-
ning often precedes rain, so don't wait
for the rain to begin before suspend-
ing activities.
If outdoors avoid water, high ground
and open spaces. Avoid all metal ob-
jects including electric wires, fences,
machinery, etc. Unsafe places include
underneath canopies, small picnic
or rain shelters or near tress. Where
possible, find shelter in a substantial
building or in a fully enclosed metal
vehicles such as a car, truck or van
with the windows completely shut. If
lightning is striking nearby when you
are outside, you should crouch down,
put feet together, and place hands
over ears to minimize hearing damage
from thunder. Also, avoid proximity
(minimum of 15 ft.) to other people.
If indoors avoid water. Stay away
from doors and windows. Do not use
the telephone. Take off head sets.
Turn off, unplug and stay away from
appliances, computers, power tools
and TV sets. Lightning may strike ex-
terior electric and phone lines, induc-
ing shocks to inside equipment.
Suspend activities for 30 minutes
after the last observed lightning or
thunder.
Injured persons do not carry an
electrical charge and can be handled
safely. Apply First Aid procedures to
a lightning victim if you are qualified
to do so. Call 911 or send for help im-
mediately. Teach this safety slogan:
"If you can see it, flee it; if you can
hear it, clear, it".

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The American Association of Safety
Councils and the Suncoast Safety
Council are issuing a warning about
the dangers of driving while drowsy.
A U.S. Dept. of Transportation poll
says that 37% of the driving popula-
tion says they have nodded off for at
least'a moment or fallen asleep while
driving at some time in their life. Ac-
cording to the National Sleep Foun-
dation, driving while ,drowsy may be
just as deadly as driving drunk.
If you are about to fall asleep you
will experience some or all of the fol-
lowing: You yawn a lot or need to rub
your eyes. You have trouble keeping
your eyes open and focused. You nod
and can't keep your head up. You
daydream or have wandering, dis-
connected thoughts. You find your-
self tailgating or driving at irregular
speeds. You miss road signs, drive
past your turn or can't focus on your
route. You feel irritable, restless or
impatient. You drift off the road and
hit the .rumble strips or cross into
another lane.
Pay attention to these symptoms
and make sure you pull off the road.

Women for Sobriety
A self-help group for women with
drinking problems will be held on
Saturday at 9:45 a.m. at the Penin-
sula Inn and Spa, 2937 Beach Blvd.
in Gulfport. This group will learn
and practice the "New Life" program
from Women for Sobriety, a national
self-help program for women.
The "New Life" program teaches
women ways in which to cope with
life's problems. Women learn ways
to feel good about themselves. This
program recognizes that women al-
coholics' biggest need in recovery is
to find self-worth and self-esteem to
overcome the debilitating feelings of
guilt.
Women for Sobriety has self-
help groups all across the country,
helping women to recover from
the devastation of alcoholism.
To join this group call Joanie Clar-
kin at 347-3687. To receive the
program literature, send a self-ad-
dressed stamped business size en-
velope to the national office at WFS,
Inc., POB 618, Quakertown, PA
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City Clerk, from front page

Spence had originally agreed to resign on January 1, 2008 during a special
session of council on May 22 called specifically to address her relationship
with the City. Spence is one of two charter employees of the City who work
at the pleasure of council and makes about $60,000 in salary. Phillips had
called into question her competence and effectiveness as a clerk on several
occasions in the past two years, but had expressed concern after the May 22
meeting that Spence might have been treated unfairly.
In a related action, council. approved the appointment of current deputy
City Clerk Donna Boyd to act as acting city clerk until a permanent replace-
ment may be found. Gulfport's city charter calls for the acting city clerk to
appoint an acting deputy clerk. -Council member Bob Worthington suggested
to council that advertising for a new clerk begin as soon as possible. Boyd is
a potential candidate if she expresses interest in the position.
Boyd will become acting city clerk effective on June 30 at the annual entry
level salary for the position which is $51,506. Once a deputy clerk is ap-
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Don't believe these college financial
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ignore college because of its "sticker
price".
Myth #2: You have to be very poor,
very smart or very talented to qualify
for financial aid. Financial aid comes
in many forms such as the federal
government, the college or university
itself, a parent's employer and others.
When you take the time to explore all
the possibilities, you will be surprised
as to what services you may receive.
Myth #3: You can get more scholar-
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for you. Scholarship scams are ev-
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individual that guarantees a schol-
arship if you pay a fee. Check out
www.fastweb.com or www.finaid.org
for more information.
Myth #4: My child will pay for col-
lege, so my salary doesn't matter.
Most need-based financial aid is
based on parents' income and assets.
The FAFSA form, available online
at www.fasa.ed.gov asks for infor-
mation similar to what you ned for
your income taxes. After submitting
FAFSA, you'll receive a report that
shows how much the government ex-
pects you to pay.
Myth #5: You can wait until you get
accepted to a college before worrying
about financial aid. Most financial
aid is doled out on a first-come, first-
served basis. No one should wait to
get started. Looking for financial aid
probably isn't a teen's idea of a good
time, but it is better than graduating
from college in debt.

Tutors Needed at
Gulfport Library
Do you have one hour a week? Would
you like to volunteer for a worthwhile
course? If your answer is yes, please
consider volunteering at your local
adult education school.
Students need support in read-
ing and math. If you would like to
be a part of this team, please call
the Community Relations person,
Joanie Clarkin at Lakewood Com-
munity School at 1400 54th Ave. So.,
893-2955, ext. 195 or cell at
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Senior Center Foundation Donations
By Greg Stemm

The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center Foundation has recently been
named a beneficiary in two different estates with one donation totaling $50,000
and another for $6,050, according to Jane Ogilive, foundation president.
"We are very grateful to have been considered and to have received our
largest donation to date," said Ogilvie regarding the $50,000 award, which is
unrestricted in its use other than to benefit seniors in South Pinellas Coun-
ty. "We are also excited about the $6,000 donation that is earmarked spe-
cifically to help with the transportation needs of seniors." Ogilvie noted that
all donations to the Foundation may either be unrestricted or may be des-
ignated for a specific program, event or service that the center provides.
The $50,000 donation is from Marion T. Kester who passed away last year.
Kester did not specifically designate the Senior Center or the Foundation as ben-
eficiaries, but rather left instructions to her attorney to donate funds to a recog-
nized not-for-profit charity which benefits seniors in southern Pinellas County.
Attorney F. Richard Hitt in the process of conducting research into potential or-
ganizations was in contact with former Gulfport City Council Member Jack Olsen.
Olsen owns Southern Home Health care, a for profit organization that provides a
wide range of services, many geared toward seniors. Olsen referred Hitt to Sue
Frank at the Gulfport Multipurpose Center who put him in contact with Ogilvie.
"Mr. Hitt came andvisitedthe Senior CenterlastDecember andwasveryimpressed
withthe services andprogramsweprovide,"saidOgilvie."We gotwordinearlyMarch
that we had been selected as a beneficiary and we received the check in late May."
The other donation came from Gulfport resident Margaret P. Brown and ac-
cording to the executor of the estate, who wished to remain anonymous, Brown
wanted the funds designated to help with transportation needs for seniors.
"Margaret had used GEMS frequently, in fact it was her only form of transporta-
tion after her husband died," said Ogilvie. "She wanted her significant donation
of over $6000 to be used for GEMs or for taxi cab fare, bus fare or other avenues
that might assist seniors to be more mobile and more independent," she said.
The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center Foundation was founded in 2003 and
is a registered 501(c)(3) not for profit charitable organization with the sole pur-
pose of providing assistance and support to the center's programs and services.


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Senior Advisory Board
Two Gulfport residents have been
appointed as new members to the
City's Senior Advisory Board. They
are Grace Whitehair, a retired math
teacher and volunteers regularly
at Town Shores and the Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce and Jenni-
fer Salmon, who has a PhD in aging
studies with a focus on long term
care. Salmon was instrumental in
conducting research for the Commu-
nities for a Lifetime initiative appli-
cation.

Women in Transition
The Resource Center for Women
helps women in transition achieve
emotional strength, self-sufficiency
and economic stability.
RCW offers free training programs
to women in the areas'of personal
growth, career development, basic
money management and parenting.
In addition, RCW offers a monthly
computer orientation class, a free
computer lab and a women's support
group.
Classes are held in St. Petersburg
at the Enoch Davis Center, 1111
18th Ave. So., 893-7134. Registra-
tion is required for all classes. See
"http://www.resourcecenterforwom-
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en.org for more information or call
586-1110.

Helping Parents
Will Help the Kids
The Parent Aide Program of Help A
Child, Inc. has several parents who
would really benefit from a mentor
and role model for better parenting.
You will be trained to help a parent
understand what their children can
reasonably do for their age.
Mentors will provide information
on discipline techniques, the value
of being consistent, how to reduce
and successfully respond to stress,
the importance of good nutrition,
how to prepare a budget, how to ac-
cess community resources and much
more.
Call Kerri Pedersen at 544-3900,
ext. 168 or visit www.HelpAChild.
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Volunteer at
Police Resource Center
The Maximo. Community Police Re-
source Center, '4815 34th St. So. has
a great volunteer opportunity. Volun-
teers are needed for daytime shifts of
9 a.m. to noon and from noon to 3 p.m.
on any weekday Monday through Fri-
day. A volunteer may serve one, two
or even five days a week depending on
their schedule.
The Resource Center is operated by
the City of St. Petersburg Police Dept.
and provides information and referral
to residents and administrative assis-
tance to community policing program
police officers who use the center as
their home base. The center also col-
lects used cell phone and eye glasses
for various charitable programs and
provides a convenient location for bi-
cycle registration. Car drivers may ob-
tain "The Club" anti-theft device at no
charge for persons who own "at risk"
vehicles by visiting a resource center.
Most volunteers serve for three hours
a week and report that the experience
is a rewarding one which provides an
opportunity to give something back
to our community. Give us a call. Ask
for Betty Watson or John Hall at 866-
7177 or 892-5039.

Drivers Needed for
Road to Recovery
Cancer patients in your community
need your help to get to chemotherapy
and radiation treatments. The Ameri-
can Cancer Society's "Road to Recov-
ery" program is in need of volunteers
who are willing to drive cancer pa-
tients to and from their life-saving
cancer treatments. Schedules are
very flexible.
"Since I do not own a car or have any
relatives within 600 miles, your vol-
unteer drivers and the transportation
service -are the greatest. And sinch I
don't have to be anxious or nervous
about getting to my chemotherapy
treatments, it's making a big differ-
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patient undergoing chemotherapy.
Training, maps and directions are
provided to those who want to volun-
teer. Requirements include having a
safe driving record, a valid driver's li-
cense and a vehicle that is in working
condition. For more information about
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Anything & Everything Handyman Service.
Excellent Local References. 727-420-4004.
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Furnished.
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Experience. Reasonable Rates. 439-0792
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SUMMER CLEAN-UP SPECIALS- Starting-
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Marine Gas
Inboards & I/O
Electrical AC & DC
Frank McCormick 30 Years Experience
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M&S
HAULING SERVICES
Scrap Metals, Single and Multi Pick-ups, Rent-
als, Household Cleanouts, Full Service Avail-
able 727-417-8278.
CLEANOUTS & HAULING Apartment,
House, Garage, Warehouses, Yards. Truck &
Dump Trailer. Free Estimates. Call Jim, 365-
1481.
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ated. Ben, 488-3997.
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687-1457.

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terior/Exterior with Benjamin Moore. Pressure
Cleaning. Wallpaper, Window Treatments,
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1674. References, Guaranteed.
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McCLELLAN PAINTING INC.-Residential
Specialist. Interior/Exterior. Free Estimates.
Fair & Honest Rates, Lic.# C-8774. 727-546-
8034.
PAINTING, PAINTING, PAINTING Interior,
Exterior, Pressure washing. Owner Operated,
Lic. #C4505 Insured. Always Free Estimates,
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able, Interior/Exterior, Sherwin Williams Paint,
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BYRON JOHNSON PAINTING PLUS, INC.-
Interior/Exterior Painting, Staining, Drywall,
Taping, Pressure Washing, Free Estimates.
Lic. #C-9894, Insured, Quality Work. 727-365-
1088.
GET THE BEST-No Mess! Scott Daley Paint-
ing Contractor. Handyman Available. Interior/
Exterior, Insured. #C-7965. Since 1985. Se-
niors Discount. Call Anytime. 727-381-2057.

LINGO'S PLUMBING RELIABLE-Repairs,
Replacements, Fixtures. Sewers, Cleaning,
Replacements, Remodels, New Construction,
Accepting Credit Cards. Lic.#CFC1426040.
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GULFPORT BEACH HOUSE-In Art District.
Beautifully Furnished 3BR/3BA Home, 1 Block
to Beach, $2200/Mo. Yearly or. $1500/Wkly
High Season 508-274-2856.
GULFPORT DUPLEX-Big Porch, 2br/1ba,
Cent. Ht/Ac. Ceiling fans. $790 mo. 1st, last
& security. Smoke free, small pet negotiable,
WSG included, Avail. June 15.727-424-6085.
SPEND THANKSGIVING ON-The Beach in
Treasure Island Florida. Beautiful 2BR/2BA
Waterfront Condo. Available Now thru Dec.
Watch the Fabulous Holiday Boat Parade from
Your Own Balcony. Walking Distance to Shop-
ping, Entertainment and Restaurants. Heated
Pool, Elevator, Fishing Dock. 1/Mo. Minimum
$1950/Mo. Also Available March 18th 2008
Call 727-367-5372.

TROPICAL JUNGLE
2BR/1 BA, Remodeled Apt., Extra Clean, 1 Year
Lease, 1-1/2 Block to Fishing Pier & Beach.
$240/Wkly or $960/Mo. $800 Security Depos-
it, Pets OK, 5320 29th Ave. So., #D, Drive by
and See, then Call RJ 727-647-0331.
$135 MOVE IN! Small Efficiency, All Utilities
Included. 727-327-3898 or 727-343-1637.
MANUFACTURED HOME- 2BR/2BA, 2
Drives, C/A, W/d, Petless, $795/mo. Plus Se-
curity. 6000 109 Terrace N. 727-345-5856
GULFPORT NEAR STETSON -2BR/1BA/
1CG, 1086 Sf. Hardwood Floors, Fruit Trees,.
CHA, $1150/Mo. 727-347-4555.
POINT BRITTANY- Spacious, Furnished 2BR/
2BA Corner Unit with Balcony. Great Sunsets.
727-894-9294.
S. PASADENA CHATEAU-2BR/2BA, Balcony,
Waterfront, Pool, Spa, Sauna, Fitness Center,
Covered Parking $1200/Mo. (Unfurnished).
727-347-0909.
GULFPORT LARGE 2 BEDROOM-Upstairs
Apt. Adults Only Please, No Pets. $695/Mo.
W/G/S Included. On Bus Line. Call 727-804-
5813.
TYRONE AREA- 2BR/2BA, Water, Trash Paid
For plus Lawn Care. $750/Mo. 545-5586.
RENT OR SALE- Treasure Island waterfront.
2-Master suites. Stainless Appliances &
Granite. Completely updated. Spa. $1800 mo.
Garage. 727-542-8654
1 AND 2 BEDROOM HOUSES-St. Pete and
Gulfport Area. Call Lynda 727-688-7923.

BAY ISLAND 55+
.1 or 2 Bedroom Waterfronts. All Amenities,
Pools, Clubhouse, Walk Around the Island
Path. Call Dena, 647-2004.
TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 327-5368. "The Hiring of a
Lawyer is an Important Decision that Should
Not te Based Solely upon Advertisements.
Before you Decide, Ask Us to Send You Free
Written Information about our Qualifications
arid Experience"


WAVE CONDO lbr/lba Pool side 6th fir,. SPA, laundry REDUCED $650
NEAR NE 3br/2ba New kitchen & appliances, extra storage $1125
CHILDS PARK 4br/1.5ba Charming CHA 2 story home with room $1095
MEL-TAN Close to shopping 3br/lba CHA $795 2br/lba Upper apt $535
GROVEMONT Beautifully restored bungalow 2br/2ba 1 car gar $995
SHORE ACRES 3br/2ba 2 car garage new carpet ding & living rooms $1195
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3/1 C/H/A- Totally Updated. $995/Mo. 5131
14th Ave. So., Gulfport. 727-656-5223.
FURNISHED APT.-1BR, 800SqFt,' Tyrone
Area, All Utilities Included. W/D, Private En-
trance. $925/Mo, $800 Security. Non Smoking.
727-347-5082 or 727-420-0946.
2BR/2BA WITH DEN-Walk-in Closet, W/D,
Balcony Porch, Fenced Double Lot 2629 26th
Ave. N. $995/Mo. lstAast/Security, Lease Op-
tion 727-409-3152..
GULFPORT HOME- 3Br/1Ba, Garage,
2-Screened porches. Big Fenced front/back
yards. Pets OK. $1150/amo plus security. 729-
9069
NEWLY REMODELLED GULFPORT BEAU-
TY- 3BR/BA, $1050/Mo., $1050 Security De-
posit. $35 Background Check Fee. Call Tom,
727-417-1450.
3BR/2BA WITH CARPORT- Near St. Pete
College. No Pets. $875/Mo. 727-385-3297.
2BR/1BA HOME WITH -Bonus Room, Large
Screen Porch, Fenced Yard, Washer/Dryer.
$900/Mo. + $700 Security. Steps to Gulfport.
4691 Yarmouth Ave. S., St. Petersburg. 727-
510-9190.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-2BR plus Den.
Quiet Neighborhood, Ideal for Senior. Steps
to Senior Center, Library and Beach. $850/Mo.
Includes full Cable. 727-323-3028.
GULFPORT SPACIOUS-Completely Remod-
eled Home, Beautiful, 3BR/1BA, CHA, Big
Porch, Flexible Lease Terms, $1,250/Mo., Fur-
nished/Unfurnished Available. 407-924-3313.
TOWN SHORES- 2BR/2BA Furnished Cori-
do, 55+, 2nd Floor Corner Unit, Secure Build-
ing, Pool, $800/Mo., Six Month Minimum. 727-
455-7787.
1BR/1BA GULFPORT GARAGE APT- Com-
pletely Renovated. $425/Mo. 1st, Last, Secu-
rity. 727-656-8847.

SPECTACULAR
WATERFRONT VIEW
Upscale Renovations, Open Kitchen, 2BR/
2BA Plus Guest Room, 8th Floor, 1500SF,
Ceramic/Tile/Hardwood, Town Shores, Gulf-
port. $1500/Mo. Low Utilities, Cat Ok. 727-
327-1384, 727-204-5641.
RENT TO OWN-2BR/1BA with Dining Room
and Large Kitchen. All Redone, CHA. Large
Treed and Fenced Double Lot, Pets and Chil-
dren Ok. 727-688-4938.
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PASADENA- 1 Block East of Stetson College-
2BR/1BA, Separate Utility Room. Excellent
Condition, $775/Mo., Water Included. St. Pete
Beach Large Efficiency, Water Included, $550/
Mo. 345-7036.
GULFPORT 1 & 2 BEDROOMS- Unfurnished,
Newly Renovated, 6plex Condo. $750/850
Yearly Lease. No Pets. Best Beach Rentals
727-398-1200.
PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $12 per
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GULFPORT DUPLEX-2BR/1BA, CHA, W/D,
Screened Porch, Fenced Backyard, Carport.
$825/Mo. Plus $825 Security. 5504 16th Ave.
S. 727-688-9565. Available Aug. 1st.
2BR/2BA HOUSE- Detached Garage, Near
Stetson, Under Remodeling, Perfect For Stu-
dent. $1200/mo Plus First/Last/Secuity- 727-
642-5070
ST. PETE 2BR/1 BA/lCG-Family Room, $850/
Mo. 4554 25th Ave. So. 239-218-3177.
PRICE REDUCED! LUXURY WATERFRONT-
Gulfport, 2BR/2BA, Furnished, Overlooking
Marina. 2 Swimming Pools, All Amenities,
Seasonal And or Yearly Lease. $1200/Mo. Incl
Gas/Cable/Garbage. 55+ 813-841-5025.
2BR/2BA HOUSE- W/D, Furnished, 2 Blocks
from Stetson. Non-Smoking, Perfect for Stet-
son Student. $1100/Mo. 727-254-1000,-
2/1 BUNGALOW- 5126 Pine Grove Terr. New
Paint Inside/Out, New Appliances. Fenced
Yard, Pets Welcome. $700/Mo. & $500 Secu-
rity Deposit. 843-441-3793.
STUDIO APT. Overlooks, Park and Tennis
Courts. Large Bath with Tub. Conveniently lo-
cated. All Utilities Included. Credit Check Re-
quired. (727)867-0070.
3BEDROOM/2BATH-205-51st N. Dining Rm,
Living Rm, Tile Floors, Screen Porch, Laundry
.Rm, C/H/A, Deck, Fenced, $1125. 1st/last/
Sec. Can rent to Own 727-612-1824.
COTTAGE ON BUS-Line. Gulfport. 1BR1BA
Dishwasher, W/D, Fresh Paint, New Carpet.
Water Included, $625/Mo. 1st/Last/Sec. 727-
384-9154 or 727-423-8622.
PASADENA NEAR STETSON-Condo. Newly
Remodeled Spacious 2BR/2BA, Pool, Will
Sale $119,600 or Lease $900/Mo. Plus De-
posit. Barb Allen 727-481-8891.
PERFECT RETAIL OR OFFICE- 1400 SF,
52nd St. & Gulfport Blvd. $13 per square ft.
215-435-2118.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT- 2BR/1BA Cot-
tage, Furnished or Unfurnished Available.
Long or Short Term Rental OK. $975/Mo. Call
Tim, 727-698-3506.
WATERFRONT CONDOS-1 or 2 Bedroom
Furnished, Remodeled. $1000/Mo. Only One
Car, Small Pet Ok. OR 1BR/1BA 55+ Furnsi-
hed Condo. $650/MO. Call 727-686-3506.
PASS-A-GRILLE-1BR/1BA Apt. Furnished,
Backyard. 104 6th Ave. $600/Mo. 1st/last/de-
Dosit. Small Dog Ok No Cats. Non Smoker.
'early. Plus Utilities 727-744-4806.
GULFPORT WATERFRONT-Condo. Ground
Level, 1BR/1BA, 55+, Annual Rental $750/Mo.
Security Deposit Required, No Pets 813-240-
4314.
GULFPORT HOME LARGE 2BR/1BA- Huge
Florida Room, C/H/A, Laundry Room, Quiet
Street. $900/Mo. 5209 16th Ave. So.-Gulfport
Apts. Also Available. 727-804-5596.
CHARMING 1BR COTTAGE- Gulfport Art
District. Private Courtyard. New Kitchen, Bath, .
Tile Floors. Non-Smoking, Cat/Small Dog OK.
$675/Mo. 327-1384, 204-5641.
GULFPORT UPDATED 1BR PLUS- Florida
Room (Possible 2nd BR) New Carpet, Eat-in
Kitchen. $700/Mo. Includes Water. 452-5943.
Credit Check.

WORKSHOP STORAGE
Near 49th St. & 8th Ave. S, 1100 sq. ft. $575
Mo, Includes Tax and Utilities, 522-8427.
WE GO THERE! 321-6965
Gabber June 28 July 4, 2007













GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-Come Home to
the Cheerful Sunny Rooms in this Adorable
Bungalow 3 Blocks from the Beach. $1175/
Mo. 304-629-1212.
ST. PETE 3BR/1BA HOME-Large Living
area. Fenced Backyard, Recently Upgraded
like New! $995/Mo. Also S. Pasadena Condo,
2BR/2BA, Balcony, Beautiful 6 floor View of
Boca Ciega Bay. Covered Parking, W/D $995/
Mo. 727-417-9584.
MOVE-IN SPECIAL
Gulfport Beach Cottage 3038 56th St. S., 2Br./
1 Ba., 1-Block from water. $1100 per mo. $100
Off first months rent. Stuart 727-215-9720.
GULFPORT AREA-1/2 Block from Beach.
1BR/1BA, $525/Mo. Includes W/S/G. 814-392-
2358 or 814-450-3321.


FEMALE TO SHARE MY-Gulfport Home.
$150 Weekly Plus Deposit, Utilities Included.
Available July 1st. Please Call Karen at 727-
.239-2176.
LARGE FURNISHED ROOM- $95/Wk. Utili-
ties Included. Full Kitchen Privileges. Call
Mandy, 727-623-7689.
BIG HOUSE SMALL RENT-$600/Mo. In-
cludes Everything. Room Size 16' x 10' and
Closet. House Privileges, Call for Details 727-
637-7579.
SINGLE FEMALE Seeks Roomate. $495/
Mo, All Utilities & Cable Included. Large 3BR
Home. Contact Misty, 727-475-0259.
GULFPORT LARGE BEDROOM-in My Home.
Full House Privileges. New C/H/A, W/D, Fire-
place, No Pets. One Person Only. $400/Mo.
$100 Security. 727-482-1763.


MOVING TO FLORIDA- Experienced Single
Teacher Needs to Buy, Rent, "House-Sit" i-
cinity of Gulfport Elementary. 727-864-7381.


SUNDAY 1-4P.M.- 3/2 Split, Large Screened
Porch, Jacuzzi Tub, $234,900. 2617 48th St.
So. Marina District. Easy Care Landscape.


Saturday, June 30th
11 to 4pm
3Br/2Ba, Jacuzzi tub, inground pool, hardwood
floors, newly landscaped. No Evac, no flood needed.
6141 2nd Ave. So.
727.215-7288 or 727-525-4797
PASADENA OPEN. HOUSE- Sunday 1-4
2br./2ba./1, New carpet, New Paint, Large Lot,
Greenhouse, Seperate cottage or workshop
with 1/2ba. $249,900. 6629 Pointsetta Ave. S.
(Off Park Circle near trail) .
WE GO THERE 321-6965

SUNDAY 1-41P(M.- 4926 Newton Ave. So. All
the Charm of a 1940's Bungalow. 2BR/2BA
with In-Law Suite/Artist Retreat. Use Your
Imagination. Private Backyard with Open
Deck for Entertaining. Wheel Chair Acces-
sible. $129,900 727-804-3001'. Betsy Beddow,
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY.
Gabber June 28 July 4, 2007


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Saturday, June 30th, 2007
11 am. -1 pm,
.115 29th St. N.
$299,900
A beautiful two story house w/3br, 2 bath
2200 Burlington Ave. N.
$239,900
a delightfully restored bungalow w/2br, 1 bath


Cunningham & Associates Realty Inc.
The Debbie Cunningham Team
2848 5th Ave N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33713
327-8009


Open House Sun 1-4
PRICE REDUCED
Town Shores Manchester Bldg. #306, 2Br/2Ba.
Beautifully updated including newer windows.
Shows like a gem. Great waterview, covered
parking. Priced to sell at $199,000. Come see me!

Bill Sampson Jr.
776-7280
Call Today!
I'll Be There!



OWNER FINANCING-Rent to Own. 3BR/2BA,
Florida Room, Fireplace, Laundry Room.
$20,000 lower then Appraisal 727-485-4603.


GULFPORT NEAR STETSON- 2BR/1BA/
1CG,1086 Sf, Hardwood Floors, 90 x 127 lot,
Fruit Trees, CHA, $199,555 Owner/Agent TRI-
PLE NICKEL REALTY 727-347-4555.


Suorgeous uuiTport waierrroni mea & ureaKras
SProperty & Business for Sale
SWonderful Established Clientel
Tropically Themed Suites
Completely Turn-Key, Immaculate Condition
SUnique & Amazing Opportunity to Own a Gulfport Jewell
SCall to Inquire

"Work with a realtor who cares about YOU!"
I specialize in selling commercial & residential property here in Gulfport!!!


Marie Drew
Realtor@
marie@mariedrew.com
727-657-1259
www.mariedrew.com


SREMAX Preferred
5801 Gulf Blvd.
St. Pete Beach, FL. 33706





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For Information 727-823-1516
Model Open
Tue-Fri 10am--6pm
Sat & Sun 12-5pm
www.stpetemetro.com
Modern Features:


* Ceramic Tile Floors
* Granite Countertops
* Stainless Steel
Appliances
* Shaker Style Wood
Cabinetry
* Ceramic tile baths with tubs
* Large walk-in Closets
* Impact Glass
Windows
* Concrete Construction
New Interior
* Fans in all rooms
* New Carpet w/7year stain
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SELL YOUR CAR YOU WON'T NEED IT- This
Beautiful Treasure Island Waterfront 1 BR/1 BA
Condo with Private Balcony, W/D, Heated
Pool, Elevator on Beautifully Landscaped
Property is in Walking Distance to Shops,
Entertainment and Restaurants. Furnished
or Unfurnished, For Sale by Owner $285,000
727-367-5372.


TOWN SHORES NOTTINGHAM Must See!
Magnificent Water Views Sunrise/Sunset. Top
Floor. Spacious Deluxe 1BR., FI room Car-
port. Large Living/Dining Rooms, Fl. Room.
Approx 1,100 sq.ft. Steps to Pool. Renovations
Include: Windows, Door, Tile, Ht/AC & Appli-
ances. New Furnishings Available. Health Ne-
cessitates Sale. $170,000. 1-866-786-8782.


GULFPORT HOMES & CONDOS
Eton #101 2/2, great end unit.
Just reduced $174,900
Eton #307 1/1, light and bright
Don't miss this one. $129,900
OPEN HOUSE SUN 1-4
Golf Club Estates 4/2 home won't last
2200 Horan Way S329,900
Marina Bay Brand New 3/2.5
$599,000
PYCC Gated Community Boat Slip
$195,000
ST PETE BEACH
Waves Condo 2/2 $314,000
Hidden Lagoon 3/2 w/Boat Dock
..... .. $494,900


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727-768-1939
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Suzanne Olson International Diamond Society Top 5% of Coldwell Banker. Agents Nationwide Gabriela Raimander
PA/Realtor suzanne@theORteam.com Gabriela@Raimander.com 727-422-1743
727-641-2887 Linda French-Adkins, PA; Henry Rodriguez, Realtor English, German, French Spoken

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SHi. I'm Lisa Stoler and for me, real estate is
about a whole lot more than just bedrooms
and bathrooms or landscaping and lanals.
For me, real estate is about PEOPLE.
Whether you are selling or buying, your
relationship with your realtor can make or
break the deal. I'll take the time to get to
know YOU. Call me and let's get started.

Lisa Stoler
"Your Relationship Realtor"
Cell 727-686-3767 aue
E-mail: Lisa@Lstoler.com
www.LStoler.com (727) 32-13soo






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Town Shores Plaza with 34 years of
5810 28th Avenue South Continued Real Estate
Gulfport, Florida 33707 Experience

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The Time To Buy is Now! lBr Deluxe, updated, modem furnishings, plus new
A/C. Overlooks 1 of 4 pools. This is a must see. Priced to sell! ...........$130,000
I Say "Hello" to a Good Buy 2Br/2Ba furnished, sold "as is" w/carport. Laundry
same floor. Steps to pool, bus, bank & shopping. .............................. $150,000
MARINA VIEW
Ideal Location 1Br fully furnished deluxe withfcarport. Convenient laundry same
I floor. Relaxing view of marina. Steps to active clubhouse w/1 of 4 pools. Easy
w alk to beach. ........................................ ........................................ $125,000
MARINA WATERFRONTS
WaterfrontLovers Be Sure to See This lBr deluxe w/parking at door. New
kitchen, appliances and bath.................................. ......$160,000
Imagine Yourself in this cozy lBr fully furnished deluxe condo w/carport, kitty
accepted, laundry same floor .... $169,900
Ready & Waiting for you! 2Br/2Bath partially furnished, w/patio, carport & kitty
I accepted ............................................ $189,900
WIDE OPEN WATERFRONTS
What a View! lBr/1.5Ba w/carport, newer windows & elec shutters plus
additional closet. Kitty accepted ............. ...........$195,000
Waterfront Lovers a wonderful lifestyle awaits you in thislBr/1.5Ba fully
furnished condo with electric shutters and additional closets. You may bring your
small pet. Just steps from active clubhouse .... $220,000
10th Floor Beauty lBr/1.5ba w/carport, newer windows w/electric shutters,
newer carpeting & kitchen appliances. Small pet accepted, annual tenant included.
..... $229,900
East Corner 3Br/2.5Ba w/carport. Convenient laundry ssame floor. You'll love
your privacy & the view just steps to active clubhouse & pool. You may bring
small pet. ............ $324,900
Invest In Yourfuture Now! West corner overlooking bay & gulf possible


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washer/dryer. You'll love the privacy and the sensational view of sailboats, sunsets
and playful dolphins. You'll never be lonely here w/so many planned activities,
kitty accepted. Seller will also consider trade of your home, condo or land, or may
accept short term mortgage. Priced realistically at .. $360,000
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4 UNIT APARTMENT BLDG- Near St. Pete
College. Approx.. 5000 sf, Block Building, Lo-
cated on Dead End Street. 7112 6th Ave. No.
$389,000. Call for More Information. 727-385-
3297.

Gulfport Central
Title Company, Inc.
Thinking of Selling or Refinancing your Home
As A Homeowner,
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~ Providing all ofyour
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5511 Gulfport Blvd. S.
384-LULU (5858)
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1940 47th St So $99,000
5131 14th Ave So $135,000
5210 17th Ave So $175,000
217 54th St So $159,000
5137 26th Ave So $139,000
2450 2nd Ave No $260,000

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Cunningham
& Associates Realty, Inc.
Tim Swanson
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727-698-3506

Gabber June 28 July 4, 2007















JUST LISTED!- Beautiful 3BR/2BA Home
w/2 Car Garage. Approx 1900 sf on corner
lot. Move right in to this home with hew wood
floors, updated kitchen including granite coun-
ter tops, backsplash and new cabinets. Con-
venient Crossroads Estates near Tyrone Mall.
6998 16th Ave. North. $344,500. Call Valerie
Spychola, 727-385-3297. AFFORDABLE DIS-
COUNT REALTY, INC.


Gaby Anwyll
727 430-8085


GULFPORT ART VILLAGE- 2BR/1 BA Block
Home. $243,500. Screened Porch, Wood
Burner, Nice Appliances, Some Updates. Off
Street Parking, Deep 180' Lot, 2 Car Block
Garage in Back w/Alley Access. Chain Link &
Privacy Fence. Grandfather Oaks, a Plant Lov-
ers Dream, a Botanical Oasis, -Pre-Approved
Buyers Only. Leave Message, 727-698-3584.


Dena Conway
727 647-2004


BUYERS!
What a great position you're in! Supply is high, prices are low...
Call Den: 727 647 2004 Or Gaby 430 8085
We are well versed on the market, inventory and financing options. Our training in the art of
negotiating will help you benefit from this buyers market. Serving all waterfront-properties
including Harbourside, Bay Island, Town Shores.

Call Gabriele or Dena to help you choose
'Information taken from MLS of Florida Assoc. of Realtors. Remember to look for Realtor@ Licensed for your RE needs


GULFPORT ART DISTRICT Newer CH/A, roof & more Priced to sell Buckingham 6060 Shore Blvd
New Listing New Price 164,900 #512 Waterfront
2508D.5a Street South 6137 Avenue South West corner unit with spectacular water
2/bdrms/lba masonry w/ laminate Home + income 3bdrm/2ba masonry,, shutters, Washer & d n unit. Under
floors, newer apple Roof, CH/A, home w/terrazzo f1ns. Plus 1 bdrm/a shuttle. Washer & dryer in unit. Under
landscaped & white vinyl fence. Priced aot. oer ra f bldg. parking. Boat slips available.
right- 179,900 ap. over 2 car garage w Unbelievable sunsets! New price -
right- 17,00 ce.265,000 359,000
5302_ 21Aves. Am-
Art District Cottage CONDOS Diplomat -5890 Shore Blvd. #209
3bdrm/2ba, masonry 1300+ sq ft, split Golden Sands 55+ complex Waterfront
plan, screened porch, ceramic tile, 4902 31B Ave. #111 Gulfport's best Can't beat this open water view of Boca
newer kitch & baths. New price kept secret! lbdrm/lba water view. 55+ Ciega Bay! lbdrm/1.5ba, 1170 HTD Sq ft.
269,000 complex new price 95,500 Updated Kitch. ,Ceramic tile. Move right
250Z.a7 Street South 2bdrm/1 ba Also available for rent annually at 700.00 in and enjoy waterfront living at it's best!
Old florida charmer. 1 car garge. New per month Can't beat the price! 187,500
Price 199,900 TOWN SHORES 55+ COMPLEX ST. PETERSBURG
MARINA DISTRICT Hampton House 5960 30 Ave. S. New Listing- 6258 6th Avenue South"
Water View I New Listing. 4629 #_402 Deluxe 2bdrm/2ba with Marina Don't miss this one.1500+ sq. ft. 2bdrms
am e s N List views. Completely furnished tnd updated 2 ba masonry w/vaulted ceilings, terrazzo
2ath Avenue South. 3bdrms/2ba to incl. storm shutters Move right in! fls and lots of updating 249,900
with deck overlooking Gulfport 224,900 5029 Burlington Ave. Oak Ridge Sub
Marina. Built 2002 to conform to Dover Bldg. 3114 59. St S #214 -Enchanting cottage
FEMA regs. car garage & 1 Beautiful marina views 2bdrm/2ba 2bdrm/lba masonry w/ newer kitch & tile
carport. 565,000 corner unit Dover Newer Appliances & throughout. Den could be office or 3I
STETSON DISTRICT CH/A Spectacular views of Town Shores bedrm. Great back porch and delightful
T reemoN RCT Marina. pets allowed. Best PricEver garden. NewPrick 209,900
with atth. Garag 199,000
Ca//l2e. specialize in, Sufporo an f 9s O/o'/oriJ a a/20sosere a preferred
.... each officeindeppndently owned
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1925 Bungalow 767 21st Ave. S.
2/1 privacy fenced yard all new
appliances, refinished floors,.1 mile
from beach. Close to downtown St.
Pete & Gulfport $109,900
Call Lou Brown
327-1234
Lou Brown Realty, Inc.

PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $12 per
issue. Call 321-6965.





NeldaJHamm@aol.com
Neldahamm.com
Nelda Hamm
418-8948
NEW LISTING: 4819 Coronado Way S. -
You'll love this Gulfport Marina beauty! Only
$179,900 a definite "must see inside".
Masonry, beautiful Mexican tile. Garage, FL
room!
4811 Coronado Way S. Great opportu-
nity to own both! Masonry, garage, central
H/A, FL. room, steps to marina! $239,000
5709 & 11 21st Ave. S. PENDING
1835 York St. S. secluded hideaway on
quaint culde sac. Many updates: roof,
central, windows a must see 3 or 4
bedrooms! $142,500
5405 20th Ave. S. Above the average 2
bedroom, garage, enclosed porch, open
plan & adorable! $167,900
1840 Shore Dr. S. #5 Waterfront condo
complex in great condition, central H/A,
dock & "boat slips!" Bring your bags-this is
wonderful! $126,900
5410 16th Ave. S. Charming 1920's
bungalow on peaceful treed lot. Hardwood
floors & wood cabinets, front and back
porches plus deck overlooking wonderful
yard! Central H/A. only 1 year new! You
must see inside to appreciate! $133,900
5822 19th Ave. So., Quality built 1950's
pool home! Spacious "open" plan, terrazzo
floors, garage w/2nd bath, big concrete
pool! Needs TLC. $219,000
2015 Gray St. S., It feels like home!
Wonderful "well built" spacious home
w/many many newer features! Very
appealing w/shining hardwood floors,
"open" plan, newer appliances, garage,
screened porch, cedar closets & more!
$249,000
1719 York St. S. Cute as a bug! Two or 3
bedrooms, cent H/A, quiet street in
Gulfport! $135,900
5322 8th Ave. S. Three bedrooms 2
baths & room for the whole gang! Major
updates 3-5 years ago! $224,900
Hernando Beach waterfront lot & dock
only $94,900! A steal! Located in beautiful
subdivision!
















TYRONE AREA-Priced Below Appraised
Value. 2BR'1BA Masonry. Tile Floors, Newer
Roof. Inside Utility Room. 2 Screen Rooms,
Fenced Backyard, Nice Quiet Neighborhood.
-reat fhvestment Or Starter Home. Seller Will
Pay Buyer's First Year Property Insurance Pre-
mium, $139,900 727-215-2001.


F 727-688-7368
2607 Miriam St S Marina best buy! ..............$189,900
5134 15th Ave S 2 BR GP block home ..........$152,500
4922 Newton Ave S 3BR GP home ...............$112,000
5126 Pine Grove Ter 2 BR GP home .............$112,000
4821 1st Ave S Renovated with charm .........$164,900
7921 Bogie Ave 4BR/4BA pool home ...........$929,900
7917 Bogie Ave N 3BR home w/ 2 BR apt ....$929,900
2623 57th St S GP residential lot ...............$174,900
2625 57th St S GP residential lot ..................$174,900
5513 Shore Blvd S GP beachfront lot ............$389,900
6218 10th Ave S 2 story spanish ...............$314,900
4900 5th Ave N 3 Lots great traffic count .....$249,900
3100 Hartford St N 2nd floor 1 BR condo .....$94,900
1205 81st St S 3BR on the intercoastal .........$899,900
3050 Beach Blvd S GP renovated mixed use $479,900

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Cadwl Realty


"37th Street South Gate Will Be Open"
3610 38th Ave. S., Bldg. 15, Apt 87 $205,000
3BR, 2BA, 2nd Floor, 1490 sq. ft.,
Bamboo floors state of the art kit.
Susan Shoemaker, 727-215-9361
Re/Max Bayway
3610 38th Ave. S., Bldg. 15, Apt 86 $200,000
3BR, 2BA, + Den, 1 st Floor, 1670 sq.ft.
Charles W.Walker, P.A., 727-422-7799
Tierra Verde Realty, Inc.
3630 38th Ave. S., Bldg. 13, Apt.80 $185,000
3BR, 2BA + Den, 2nd Floor, 1670 sq. ft.,iewer
appliances, water treatment system
Charles W.Walker, P.A., 727-422-7799
Tierra Verde Realty, Inc.
3994 37th St. S. Bldg. 2, Apt. 9 $154,900
3BR, 2BA, 1385 sq.ft., updated kit + Baths,
Hardwood floors,
Kit Samuels, 727-709-2326, Re/Max Preferred
3425 41st Ter. S., Bldg. 31, Unit 204 $129,900
1 BR, 1 BA, 2nd Floor, 825 sq. ft., wood floors,
remodeled, updated
Charles W.Walker, P.A., 727-422-7799
Tierra Verde Realty, Inc.
3510 41 st Ave. S., Bldg. 27, Apt. 166 $92,500
1 BR, 1 BA, 1 st Floor, 825 sq. ft., new carpet,
washer & dryer
Charyl Gargel, 643-118'3, Re/Max Preferred


"The Experience Advantage"
In my 24 years in real estate I've seen all sorts of markets. Buyers markets. Sellers markets. Big
7 J Bubbles and Burst Bubbles. Over time and through.hundreds of deals, I've learned how to help'
both buyers and sellers thrive and profit no matter what.
Deals can be had and profits can still be made.even in today's tough market. -i
But it takes an experienced professional. One who's been through these cycles
before and knows how to leverage seasoned knowledge into your success!
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E-mail: Rod@RodneyKitde.com Rod Kittle16 (77)
www.Rodneylittle.com Cell 727-344-0716 (77) O-


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HOUSES FOR SALE IN GULFPORT LOT FOR SALE
5709 16th Av S Where can you find a lot like this with a water,
Gorgeous charming wood floors, sky light and view of Clam Bayou -- You can build up!!! l.ot is
backyard pond add to the large bonup room, 50' x 127' with alley access. Asking $99,900
separate laundry room. $189,000
5908 15th So. Pasadena Condo
1947 volume ceilings, updated wiring, electrical 5th floor balcony view of intracoastal waterway.
service, light fixtures. Roof and CHA less than 3 Health Club, Clubhouse, 5 Tennis Cours,
years old. Move right in. $255,000 Shuffleboard Courts, Heated Pool. $329,000

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VILLAS DEL VERDE-Pay Closing Costs.
3BR/2.5BA/2CG, Townhouse. 2332Sqft. Gat-
ed, Built in 2003, Lived in 6mos. Professional-
Sly Decorated, Furnished or Unfurnished MLS
7256276 $389,950 727-367-2216 or 713-824-
2885.

WEST SHORE
VILLAGE
(Behind Ceridian) on 37th St. So. Incredible
Deals for 1BR/1BA and 1 'Car Garage Town-
houses. 3285 40th Way Unit E, $113,500 End
Unit Next to Preserve. 3267 39th St. Unit D,
$110,000. Maintenance Paid Thourgh 12/07.
Heated Pool, Tennis Courts, Clubhouse, Etc.
Call Vickie Skidmore, 727-244-5382 or Eric,
727-365-0110. WEICHERT REALTORS CRE-
DENTIAL.
WALK TO STETSON-Open Sun., 1-4, 5713
Newton Ave. S. Spacious 3BR/1.5BA Mason-
ry Home. Den w/ Fireplace, Freshly Painted,
Large Fenced Yard, $189,000. Margit Kaitar,
MARIE POWELL 727-545-5634 or 727-643-
5172. (
PASADENA AREA-Behind Temple Beth-El,
3BR/1 BA/1 Carport, 1224 Sf, Updated, 82 x
120 Lot, Large Trees, Fenced Yard, Well, CHA,
$239,555 Owner/Agent TRIPLE NICKEL RE-
ALTY, 727-347-4555.
LARGE 4BR/3BA PASADENA- Great Buy.
2 Fireplaces, Great Room, Beautiful Kitchen,.
Loft Bedroom w/Bath. 3,000 Htd. Sq. Ft. Large
Lot 75x180. Reduced to $359,900. Call 439-
5511. LuAnn Posthoff, WARE R.E.

OLD TOWN ADORABLE-Stilted Cottage
Style House, 2/1, 800sf, Covered Parking, Ap-
pliances, Balcony, Bonus Room, Eat-in Kitch-
en, Central Air, Sheds, RV Shelter, Fenced
+/- 1/2 Acre. Close to Suwannee River & Boat
Launch. $102,900. 727-644-8994. goldieonti-
beach@yahoo.com.
2/2/CONDO TYRONE AREA- Extra Large
2/2/ Corner With Covered Carport. Sold with
or without furniture. 55+ MINT Condition.
$96,900. BRING OFFER! LuAnn Posthoff,
WARE R.E. 727-439-5511.
GULFPORT 3BR/1BA-Eat-in Kitchen, Cov-
ered Carport, Alley Access, Large Utility Shed
with Fenced in Yard. $99,000. All Reasonable
Offers will be Considered. Kyle SSI REALTY
727-417-9584.
KENWOOD AREA-Tri-plex. Newly Remod-
eled. Hardwood Floors, Tile, Fireplace, New
Kitchen, Possibility for Commercial Zoning.
2520 1 st Ave. N. 727-729-0385.

SPECTACULAR
WATERFRONT VIEW
Upscale Renovations, Open Kitchen, 2BR/
2BA plus Guest Room, 8th Floor, 1500SF,
Ceramic/Tile/Hardwood, Town Shores, Gulf-
port. Newer Efficient A/C $329,000. 727-327-
1384, 727-204-5641.
WE GO THERE! 321-6965

BEAUTIFUL WATER-
FRONT VIEW
Town Shores, New Price $183,900. Beautiful
Waterfront Condo in Popular 55+ Active Com-
munity. Numerous Updates in this Spacious
2BR/2BA on 2nd Floor. Over 1100 s.f., Walk
to Beach, Picnic Area, Downtown Art District,
Available for rent. Restaurants & Shops. Call
Pattie, CENTURY 21 SUNSHINE REALTY,
727-492-7366.
Gabber June 28 July 4, 2007








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$150 & UP! WE BUY CARS- Running or Not.
Cash Paid. Free Pickup. 328-8004
$160.00 AND UP CASH Paid for Junk Autos,
Free Removal. 7 Days aNWeek, 727-458-3721
$170 & UP
Paid For Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. Title or Not.
727-458-7710.
1988 BUICK PARK AVENUE-Runs Good, V-
6, $500. Firm 727-692-7161 or 267-987-2912.
1994 PONTIAC "TRANSPORT"-Van. Needs
Head Liner and A/C. Great Transportation
727-520-5720.
ALL JUNK VEHICLES WANTED- Cars$
Trucks$, Vans$ Complete or Parts, Running/
Not. FAST CASH, FAST PICKUP. Call Now for
Prices. 727-327-4891.
MINI BUS- 15 Passenger, Handicap Lift, Per-
fect for Elderly or Convert for any Use, Roof
Top Air, Runs Good. $6000 o.b.o. 215-435-
2118.


ALL COMPUTERS AT LEAST-1 gig, $250.
Better or Cheaper, Ok. Laptops go Fast. Set-
up, Repair and Tutoring $25/Hr. 727-368-
8023.

Buy it. Sell it.
Gabber Classifieds Work!
321-6965


MAUVE WING CHAIR-$100. Blue Wing Chair
$125. Both Good Condition 727-343-0897.
KENMORE WASHER-and Maytag Dryer.
Both in Excellent Condition $200 each. King
Size Bed (Black Lacquer) with Double Dresser
and 2 Nightstands $200. 2 Twin Beds (French
Provencal) with Double Dresser and 1 Night-
stand $200.727-347-1049.
PUT YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $8 per is-
sue. Call 321-6965.
LIVING ROOM-Double Reclining Sofa,
Reclining Chair, White Washed Entertainment
Center, Glass Top Dolphin Coffee Table. $200.
727-710-0063.
WHITE KENMORE DISHWASHER-Runs
Great! Remodeling 727-319-0925.
SOFA/LOVESEAT- Brown, like new. First
$150.345-3907
KENMORE ELECTRIC DRYER-Apt. Size
110V $75. Sky Box Small fridge, 2/Mos. Old
$95. Small Table Top Gas Grill $20. Remington
Rand Filing Cabinet, 1970's, Good Condition
51"x28"x18" $35. 42" Commercial Body Shop
Fan, 1/2 HP Motor $135. 727-542-7006.


MOVING MUST SELL!- 8' Fiberglass Dighny,
$300. Wood Chipper, Table Saw. LuAnn 727-
439-5511.
NAVIGATOR POWER WHEELCHAIR- with
Car Lift. $900. 727-360-8870.
GOLDEN TEE
GOLF MACHINE
Updated, 22 Courses, Coin Operated, Great
for Bar or Family Rec Room. $3400.360-7575,
776-3119.


HOTTUB FOR TWO-A-1 Condition. Very Nice,
used Only about a Dozen Times by Seniors
Having to move to Smaller Place. Redwood
Siding, Tung Oil Treated, Fiberglass Interior,
Brown Locking Cover, Ozonator (no chlorine
needed). 110 or 220 elec. Weighs Approxi-
mately 300 pounds Empty, 440 Full. $3,99.5
new, Selling for $2,500 obo. Serious Inquiries
Only! Coquina Key, St. Pete. 727-368-2819.

INTRODUCING A NEWT-SHIRT LINE- Open
House Sale, Thursday, June 28th, 6-9p.m.
Handbags (50%) Off, Jewelery (10%) Off. Re-
freshments Served. Music by Lenny Walker.
Felita Gale McNeill Fine Arts & Boutique, 128
49th St. So.
GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For
Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.
FRENCH DOORS- 6' wide by 8' tall. Insulated
Glass, $75 for Pair. French Doors, 2 Sets In-
terior doors 48' wide by 80" tall. $40 per pair.
727-385-3297.
OTHER WORLDS
METAPHYSICAL SHOP
10 Years in Area. Jewelry, Books, Incense,
Drums, Harps, Flutes, Bagpipes, Sitars &
More. Tuesday-Saturday, 10-6, 722 Pasadena
Ave. So., 345-2800.
www.theotherworlds.com


NOTICE OF SALE
Southwest Pinellas Storage Center (SWPSC) hereby
publishes notice, as required by the Florida "Self Storage
Facility Act" Sections 83.806 and 83.807, of a public sale of
property listed below to satisfy a landlord's lien. All sales are
for cash to the highest bidder and are considered final.
SWPSC reserves the right to reject any bids. The sale shall
be held at the following location listed below on Friday, July
6th, at 10:00 a.m. in the order they appear.
#14 Robert Power microwave, dishes, stereo, furniture
and household goods.
#34 Anthony Williams household goods, furniture, misc.
#70 William Johnson furniture, tools, clothes
#84 Clarence Tucker Jr. speakers, furniture, tools and misc.
#429 William Harper Tools and misc.
#442, 443, 444 Diana Perkins refrigerator, water heater
washer & dryer, patio furniture, TV, air compressor, misc.
#504 Monica Fields Clothes and household misc.
#617 Timothy Newman Furniture, stainless steel double
sink, misc.
#702 Tremaine Silas Furniture, toys, misc.
#808 Cheryl Hill refrigerator and misc. household goods.
SWPSC, 700 51st Street South,
Gulfport, FL. 33707
PH. 727-321-9114

THE GREATEST VITAMINS In The World!
Go to www.dontforgettotakeyourvitamins.com/
duhart33189. Buy or Become and Associate,
*Make Lots of Money.
PRIDE POWERCHAIR- Jet 3 Ultra, 33AMP
Battery. Like New. Asking $650. 727-580-
0057.
THE BOOKLADY SAYS-Dictionaries! Cross-
word, Scrabble, Spanish, Medical, etc. Small
Adventures Bookshop, 3107 Beach Blvd. 727-
347-8732. Closed Sunday & Monday.


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CLASSIFIED
'* Deadline: Tuesday 5pm I Monday 3pm if proof is required (727) 3214965 fax (727) 327-7830


FREE PRESCRIPTION
DISCOUNT RX-CARD
Save up to 80% or more on Dental Vision
- Prescription Chiropractic ($11.95/m. Indi-
vidual, $19.95/m. Household) Hearing Phy
sicians Ancillary Hospital Advocacy ($30/
m. Household). Questions: 1-800-647-8421,
Brochures: 1-727-867-1975. www.
DeliveringOnThePromise.com/1 1002460.


CAPTAIN 100 TON MASTER- Offers Deliv-
eries, Instructions, and Towing. Reasonable
Rates. Call Capt. Steve, 941-920-3004.
TWIN JOHNSON OUTBOARDS- 225HP,
1988's, Run Good.$1500 o.b.o. 727-239-
2981.
KAYAK CART-Don't Qarry Your Boat-Roll it.
10 inch Knobby Tires, Full Axle. New $80.727-
656-3731.


CB DRUMS- Nice! With cymbals. $200. 727-
347-6087.


FREE LOVEABLE CATS & KITTENS- Male
& Female. Litter Trained, Need Good Homes.
Kittens Ready To Go. 727-612-6160.
TORTOISE/DRAGON/BIRDS- Sulcatta
Spurthigh Tourtoise, 2 years old, $250. Beard-
ed Dragon, 2 years old w/Tank, Heat Light and
Accessories, $150. Parakeet with Cage and
Toys $40. Fenches, Male/Female w/Cage &
Accessories $50. 727-321-6885
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES-All Males.
9wks. Old. Shots/Health Certificates $350.
727-347-5918.


WANTED: 99 People to Lose Weight. 1 Lost
10 LBS in 10 Days. 100% Safe, 100% Guaran-
teed. Free Samples: 1-877-843-6898.
FISHING TACKLE WANTED- Reels, Rods,
Tackle Boxes. New, Used or Antique. Call
Captain Jim 727-460-9352

I BUY WATCHES-Working or Not, Jewelry,
Broken or Not. Tell Me What You Have. 727-
544-8963, 324-3808.


* Tokens
* Coins
* Glassware
* Scrap
* Van Briggle


* Mariam
Haskell
* Paintings
* Old Pottery


19TH AVE., 60TH ST. S.-Everything you Need
Including Lemonade. Sat. & Sun.
2570 63RD AVE. SO.- Sat. 7a.m. Something
for Everyone!
4922 14TH AVE. SO.- Gulfport. Sat. 9-until.
Household Items, Clothes, Variety Items.
1302 58TH ST. S.-Fri/Sat/Sun. Antiques and
Misc. Household Items.
REALLY "COOL" SALE- Sm. fish ponds,
plants, furn., handyman stuff, drums, kids. Old
nic nacs. 126 Orange Ave. N. 1 BIk off Central
Behind Valley Forge Motel. Sat. 8 a.m.
5718 11TH AVE. S.-Baby Items, Clothes,
Housewares & Misc. Sat. & Sun. 9-2pm.
1318 58TH ST. S.-Sat. 9-3pm. Lots of Infant
Clothes and Toys, Adult Clothes, Furniture,
Some Tools, Printers and Lots of Misc. NO
EARLY BIRDS!


ST. JUDE'S NOVENA May the Sacred Heart
of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and pre-
served throughout the world now and forever,
Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude,
worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, helper
of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9
times a day. By the 8th day, your prayer will be
answered. Say it for 9 days. it has never been
known to fail. Publication must be promised.
My prayers have been answered. M. A.


PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN 0
most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruit-
ful vine, splendor of heaven. Blessed Mother
of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist
me in my necessity. 0 star of the sea, help me
and show me here you are my mother. 0 Holy
Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and
Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom
of my heart to succor me in necessity (make
request). There are none that can withstand
your power. 0 Mary, conceived without sin,
pray for us who have recourse to thee. (3
times.) Holy Mary, I place this cause in your
hands. (3 times.) Say this prayer for 3 consec-
utive days and then you must publish it and it
will be granted to you.
Grateful thanks to all prayers answered, SMB.
POWERFUL PRAYER TO THE HOLY SPIRIT
- Holy Spirit, you who solves all problems, who
lights the roads to my goals, and who gives
me the divine gift of forgiving and forgetting all
evil against me, be wh me in all instances of
May this short prayer confirm my wish never
to be separated from you, in spite of all mate-
rial illusions, and to be with you and my loved
ones in your eternal glory. Thank you for your
grace and love.
The person must say this prayer for three con-
secutive days, after which the prayer will be
granted, even if difficult. The prayer must be
published immediately, without mentioning the
favor, and signed with your initials.Thank you
for all your answered prayers, SMB.


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