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Title: Gabber
Uniform Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport Fla
Publication Date: July 26, 2007
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gulfport (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pinellas County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Pinellas -- Gulfport
Coordinates: 27.750556 x -82.708611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).
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Gulfport Pavilion Rocks


Chamber Mixer
Flamingo Tour of Homes
only months away.
See page 6


A Library for
Roatan
The Kiwanis Club send
books to Honduras.
See page 13

Updated Look
G-rated changes to for-
mer adult bookstore.
See page 21


Letters to Editor
Choices on doing the
right or wrong thing.'
See page 24


Tide Tables
are Back!
Let's go Fishing
Gulfportians.
See page 32

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Couples take the dance floor as accordion Woody Bianchi
starts up a tune. He started playing in high school, but his
wife made him quit.
"I didn't play for 30 years," said Bianchi. He's been playing
at the Gulfport Pavilion every Sunday from 1-3pm for the last
five years. The beach pavilion has musicians for entertain-
ment every day for beachgoers and dancers. Check out the
schedule in The Gabber.

National Night Out Includes
Police Open House
This year's National Night Out celebration will in-
clude an open house at the Gulfport Police Depart-
ment from 5 until 7 p.m. on August 7. Police wi 11 offer
tours of the station and display some of their equip-
ment. The Gulfport Police invite everyone to attend.


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this week...


Gulfport Police and
Fire Departments
Deliver Baby
Gulfport Police and Fire Departments
responded to a call in Gulfport and found
themselves delivering a premature baby.
The mother, eight and a half months
pregnant, went into labor at her home
and gave birth there as well. Rescue
workers took the baby to All Children's
Hospital and the mother to Bayfront;
Gulfport police report that both mother
and child are doing well.

Sheriff Refunded for
Sting Operation
The Pinellas County Sheriffs Depart-
ment will receive $15,000 in reimburse-
ment fees from the City of Gulfport's
Law Enforcement Trust Fund. Council
approved the expenditure on Tuesday.
According to G. Curt Willocks, Direc-
tor of Public Safety,' the Gulfport Police
Department entered into a Memoran-
dum of Understanding (MOU) with
the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office in
January 2006 to participate in a joint
investigation, of increased criminal ac-
tivity. The investigation included the
operation of a "storefront" second hand
dealership, with the intention of pur-
chasing and ultimately returning stolen
items, identifying those persons dealing
in stolen property and to provide addi-
tional intelligence concerning criminal
matters throughout Pinellas County.
The investigation concluded in
June 2007 with 20 arrests on mul-
tiple counts of dealing in stolen prop-
erty, the return of many stolen items
and additional intelligence on oth-
er criminal activity in the county.
The Florida Contraband Forfeiture
Act requires that expenditures from the
Trust Fund, regardless of the amount,
be approved by the governing body, in
this case Gulfport City Council. Costs
associated with protracted investiga-
tions are a permitted use of these funds.






USA Dance
at the Casino
USA Dance will be at the Gulfport
Casino, 5500 Shore Blvd. in Gulfport
on Monday, July 30th from 7-10:15
p.m. Admission is $7 and includes
a dance workshop, professional and
amateur exhibitions, dance hosts
and snacks. Beverages available for
purchase. Call 345-5884.

Exotic Bird
Adoption Day
The Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Tampa
Bay hosts a Bird Adoption Day with
Safe Haven Avian Placement Ser-
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fect parakeets to caring cockatoos to
marvelous macaws and everything in
between will be looking for new lov-
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Safe Haven provides rescue, educa-
tion, and permanent placement ser-
vices for homeless companion birds.
Potential adopters should be able to
commit several hours a day to inter-
action with the birds. Please bring
completed applications to event
along with proof of appropriate size
travel carrier. For more information
or to fill out an application log on to:
http://www.safehavenfl.org or www.
SPCATampaBay.org. The SPCA is
located at 9099 130th Ave. No. in
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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 convenience. First
class, come at 7 p.m. to register.
Begin any Tuesday and finish 13
weeks later or take up to two years
to finish.
July classes include "Powering
Your Boat" on July 31st. Cost is $36
for 13 weeks and includes 340 page
manual. Call Jim at 360-4846, War-
ren at 321-7801 or Phil at 865-2226.

Call to Artists
The Gulfport Merchant's Associa-
tion is seeking unique artisans and
crafters for First Friday and Third
Saturday Art Walks.
Art Walk takes place from 6-10
p.m. For more information about Art
Walk or to reserve a space, please
call Suzie at 727-322-5217 or e-mail
GulfportEvents@gmail.com.

Gulfport
Gecko Fest Fundraiser
On August 3rd from 6-10 p.m. the
Gulfport Merchants' Association
will be hosting a fundraiser at H.T.
Kanes, 5501 Shore Blvd. So. This
free event will have live entertain-
ment and features a silent auction,
continuous raffles and 50/50 oppor-
tunities.
Proceeds will go to support the
September 1st Gulfport Gecko Fest
and the September 8th AIDS Walk.
If you wish to donate auction or
raffle items contact 302-9299. Hope
to see you there to support Gulfport
Merchants.

Chamber of Commerce
Seeks Volunteers
The Gulfport Chamber of Com-
merce is seeking volunteers. If you
want to help with an event or can
spare a few hours here and there,
let us know. Come be a part of the
community. Call 344-4711.


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Events at American
Legion Post 125
By George Brierley, Commander
Post Everlasting is a beautiful and
impressive ceremony conducted each
year to honor the memory of veterans
who belonged to Post 125. It will be
held in our Post 125 meeting room on
Monday, July 30 at 7 p.m. We invite
everyone to attend this very moving
ceremony.
The $1,000 drawing will be held on
Tuesday, July 31st. Better hurry and
get your tickets. They are going fast.
Friday, July 27th, dinner will be
baked or battered haddock, fries,
cole slaw, roll & butter for $7.50. The
second entree will be country fried
steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, veg-
etable, roll & butter for $6.50.
Saturday, July 28th, the S.A.L.'s will
be dishing up their all-you-can-eat
spaghetti & meatballs, salad & garlic
bread for $6. Dinners are served from
5 to 7 p.m.
The Real McCoys Band is here
Friday & Saturday nights from 7 to
11 p.m. Come in for dinner & stick
around for dancing & listening to
the music offered by the best band in
town.
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.
Bingo is played every Wednes-
day starting at 6 p.m. Fourteen $50
games are played, plus two progres-
sive cover-all games for $250. 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.

Calling All
Boca Ciega Pirates
A joint Reunion for the classes of
68-72 will take place at the Gulfport
Casino on Saturday, July 28th at
7 p.m. For complete information log
onto www.BocaCiegaAlumni.com
and then click events and view the
complete details or even register and
pre-pay on-line. Don't miss this in-
credible event!

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Pass-A-Grille, Treasure Island,
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Circulation 13,000
Deadlines
Editorial Copy Monday Noon
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The views and opinions expressed in this publication are not
necessarily those of the Publishers, advertisers or employees
of the Gabber.
The Gabber is not liable for any errors in advertising beyond
the cost of the first printing of any advertisement.
Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers.


News From VFW
Post #39
By Stacy McBeth
Hello from the folks at VFW Post
#39, the oldest Post in the South.
The Post, chartered in 1919, has seen
many changes through the years, but
the one thing that has not changed is
the dedications of its members to the
men and women who have served to
preserve our freedoms. Many people
agree with the government's deci-
sions to have our troops away fighting
on foreign soil. Many do not. But we
all support our men and women over
there and want them home soon.
Post 39 is involved in many outreach
programs to help our veterans. Our
Post home is open Tuesday through
Friday at 1 p.m. On Saturday, we open
at 8 a.m. and serve breakfast until 11
a.m. Sunday we open at 1 p.m.
The Ladies' Auxiliary is supporting a
Back to School Drive. We are collect-
ing school supplies until Aug. 15th if
you would like to donate. There are
many events planned for this year so
stop by to get all the information. We
are located at 2599 Central Ave. I'm
saving you a seat so come on down.
. .


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.

Register for
Hurricane Shelters
If you are required to evacuate to
a designated hurricane shelter dur-
ing this year's hurricane season and
you have a pet or you are a person
with special needs, please note that
you must register in advance. Infor-
mation and forms for advance regis-
tration are available free of charge at
the Maximo Police Resource Center
at 4815 34th St. So. Call ahead to
866-7177 for days and times of op-
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Gabber July 26 August 1, 2007






New Scholarship
Opportunity at USF
USF St. Petersburg and Progress En-
ergy Florida, Inc. are offering a new
scholarship opportunity to graduate
and undergraduate students for the
2007-2008 academic year.
The Progress Energy Scholars Award
will provide $500 per semester to un-
dergraduate recipients and $1,000
per semester to graduate recipients.
The awards are being offered in con-
junction with the Energy and Envi-
ronment Lecture Series sponsored
by Progress Energy Florida, Inc. and
USF St. Petersburg.
Recipients of the Progress Energy
Scholars Award will work with USF
St. Petersburg faculty and staff in the
execution of the lecture series doing
things such as assisting with public
outreach efforts, discussion groups
and workshops.
Students interested in applying for
this award should have a demonstrat-
ed high academic accomplishment,
interest in environmental and energy
issues and organizing and outreach
skills.
Applications are available at www.
stpt.usf.edu/coas/honors/news &
events.htm. Applications must be
submitted by Tuesday, August 7th
along with two letters of support from
professors and a one to two page per-
sonal, statement regarding the appli-'
cant's interest in the scholarship and
lecture series.
For more information, contact
Thomas Smith at 727-873-4583 or
twsmith@stpt.usf.edu, or Jennifer
Aldrich at 727-873-4767 or ilaldric@
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Grant Writing Help
for Non-Profits
JWB and the Foundation Center are
now partners in a Cooperating Col-
lection. This Cooperating Collection
is the only one of its kind in Pinellas
County.
Ord Friday, August 10th from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m., Sandy Pon from the
Foundation Center in Atlanta will
demonstrate how to use the Founda-
tion Directory Online to find funding
sources and offer a brief review of the
basics of writing a grant proposal.
Nonprofit agency employees are in-
vited to attend.
The collection provides access to the
largest resource of grantors to indi-
viduals as well as non-profit grant-
seekers. The Foundation Center's
mission is to strengthen the nonprofit
sector by advancing knowledge about


U.S. philanthropy. Register online at
www.jwbpinellas.org, or call Joyce
Sparrow at 547-5671.

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.


Gulfport Crime Awareness &
Prevention Meeting
Gulfport Crime Awareness and Prevention Meetings will now be held at the
Senior Center, 5501 28th Ave. So. effective Aug' 13th at 7'p.m. This next meet-
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Lisa Stoler of Wave Realty
opened her house on Thursday night
for Gulfport's Chamber of Commerce
Mixer. President Lori Rosso started
out with congratulating Business of
the Month Island Flavors & Things
located on 49th Street. She also wanted
to thank those people who volunteered
during the July 4th celebration. The
Chamber netted $540 from selling hot
dogs and such during the day.
November 3rd is the Pink Flamingo
Tour of Homes with over 30 homes
on tour. There will be a directory
available, and if chamber members
wish to advertise the deadline is
July 31st, so reserve the space now.
In other exciting news, Gulfport was
mentioned in the Florida AAA Guide
for the first time.
Freehold Partners, winner of
multiple neighborhood awards for
their commercial buildings, has
bought the property next to Habana
Caf6. They plan on rehabbing it and
possibly using it for an office.
Sciscente's Coffee and Tea
donated a gift set of free samples for
the raffle this week. Owner Larry
Sciscenti brings his delicacies to
the First Friday Artwalk and the
Saturday Stroll for anyone wanting
to try his yummy home brews.
"Don't forget to attend the budget
meetings, Executive Director Greg
Stemm reminded everyone at the end
of the meeting. "There may be some
significant cuts in services so please
come voice your opinions."
The next mixer will be held on
August 16th at the Gulport Yacht
Club. It will be a beach party so.wear
shorts and tee shirts.

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Donate School Supplies
Open Arms Ministry and Trinity
Church of the Nazarene announce
the kick off of their Back to School
Fair. They are seeking donations of
school supplies for children in our
neighborhood.
These supplies will be give out the
week before school starts. For infor-
mation call 687-1233 or 321-1598
and leave a message.

TI Causeway
Bridge to Close
The Treasure Island Causeway
Bridge will be closed for four days be-
ginning Monday, July 23rd at 9 a.m.
as construction on the new causeway
bridge heads into the home stretch.
The bridge will reopen to traffic on
Friday, July 27th at 6 a.m.
Westbound traffic on the Treasure
Island Causeway will be turned
back at 79th Street to Causeway
Boulevard North or South. East-
bound causeway traffic will detour
at 104th Avenue, except for local
traffic to the Treasure Island Yacht
Club and Paradise Boulevard. De-
tour routes to and from Treasure
Island during the bridge closure are
the Madeira Beach Causeway to the
north and the Corey Causeway in
St. Pete Beach to the south.
Bridge and channel closures are
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ATTENTION GULFPORT TEENS
Are you 13-19 years of age?
Are you interested in becoming a part of
changing the way people view teens?
The Gulfport Teen Council is looking for you! Teen members involvement
includes working with the City Council concerning equipment recommenda-
tions; budgetary considerations for City's parks and recreation programs;
and provide recommendations, suggestions and assistance with youth events
for city-sponsored festivals/programs. Teen Council members also gain valu-
able community experiences by attending local and state conferences, par-
ticipating in community services projects and by representing the best of the
City's youth.
Get Involved Today! There is one vacant advisory board position available
and two vacant alternate advisory board positions available. Applications
may be picked up at the Gulfport Recreation Center, 5730 Shore Blvd. S. or
City Hall, 2401 53rd St. S. Deadline to apply is Friday, July 27, 2007. A rec-
ommendation/reference letter is required from a principal, school counselor,
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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 Sal-
vation Army's grand design in social
work has always been one of empow-
erment, enabling those in need to
change their life's circumstances and
overcome challenges that stand in
their way. Services include emergency
assistance, self-sufficiency program-
ming, counseling, referral services
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.

Sophie's Thrift Shop
Sophie's Attic Thrift Store, near the
corner of 28th Ave. So. and 53rd St.,
will be on vacation during the month
of August. Look for us to be up and
running after Labor Day, with new
weekly surprise sales specials. A
great big Thank You to all our help-
ers and customers who faithfully sup-
port this mission outreach of First
United Methodist Church Gulfport.
We'll be back on our regular schedule
in September. See you then!

Calling
West Virginians
West Virginians meet the first Mon-
day of each month at the Piccadilly
Cafeteria, 1900 34th St. No. in St.
Petersburg. All West Virginians and
their guests are welcome to the 11:15
a.m: Dutch treat luncheon. Call Bud-
dy at 544-6543.
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Pinellas Trails, Inc.
Work Meeting
Pinellas Trails, Inc. will hold a work
meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday,
August 1st in the new Largo Library
in Largo.
The new Library, at 120 Central
Park Drive, is located right across
from the Largo Cultural Center.
There'will be a discussion regarding
the goal of completing the Pinellas
Trail project by 2020.
Pinellas Trails, Inc. President Scott
Daniels will be leading the discussion
at this special meeting. Any ques-
tions, please call 727-480-3515.
This meeting is open to the public.

9th Annual Bowser Ball
Tickets are on sale now for the Pinel-
las Animal Foundation's 9th Annual
Bowser Ball, Auction & CATsino
Night, to be held at the St. Peters-
burg Yacht Club on Saturday, Sept.
29th from 6 to 11 p.m.
The Bowser Ball is the foundation's
annual black-tie fundraiser to sup-
port their educational and service
programs that enrich the lives of
pets and people through-out Pinellas
County.
Leigh Moody from Bay News 9 will
lead the evening as Master of Cer-
emonies, featuring the Canine Cou-
ture Fashion Show, dinner, dancing,
Vegas style games, silent auction
and prizes.
Early Bird Ticket Prices through
September 1st are $100 per ticket,
$800 table of 10 and $1,000 table of
12. After September 1st the prices
are $100 per ticket ($125 at the
door), $950 table of 10 and $1150
table of 12.
For more information or to pur-
chase tickets, call the Pinellas Ani-
mal Foundation at 381-2287, visit
www.pinellasanimalfoundation.org
or e-mail: admin@pinellasanimal-
foundation.org.

Help Them Out
Ms. Jordan reports that she lost
everything in a house fire recently.
She is in need of two beds, linens,
living room furniture and canned
goods. Call her at 327-4014.

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The City of St. Petersburg Recre-
ation and the Civitan Club of St. Pe-
tersburg celebrate the 59th annual
Fish-A-Thon for kids age 3 to 12.
This annual end of summer -event
will be held at Lake Jorgensen, be-
hind the Main Library at 37th St.
and 9th Ave. No., Sat. Aug. 4. The
event begins at 9 a.m. and honors
Dennis Crenshaw, a former high
school teacher and advocate for
youth outdoor recreation activities.
Final judging is at 11:15 a.m.
Prizes are awarded throughout the
event including: toys, games, sport-
ing, fishing equipment and gift cer-
tificates. Everything is provided for
the contest including: cane poles and
live bait. Appropriate foot attire and
sunscreen are advised. Personal fish-
ing equipment is not allowed. Free
and open to the public. Registration
on event day. For more information
call 893-7441.

Help for
Moms-to-be
All babies deserve a healthy start
in life, but the unfortunate reality is
that too many babies are at risk for
health problems before they are even
born. Many times, these risks can
be eliminated when the mom-to-be
receives some basic education, guid-
ance and encouragement.
To ensure that possible risk fac-
tors are considered, expectant moms
should ask their doctor or nurse to
complete a Healthy Start Prenatal
Risk Screening form. The form asks
a series of simple questions that al-
lows healthcare providers to iden-
tify potential risks and link moms to
available services provided through
their local Healthy Start coalition
and community resources.
Completing the Healthy Start Pre-
natal Risk Screen is valuable for all
mothers regardless of age, race or
economic status. Risk factors that
could result in a pre-term or low-
birth-weight baby do not discrimi-
nate, and identifying them early
enough can make a significant dif-
ference.
For more on the Healthy Start
screens, visit www.HealthyStartBa-
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School Year
Child Care Program.
Registrations have begun for the
2007-2008 School Year Child Care
Program for children who are in Kin-
dergarten thru age 14. Bus transpor-
tation is available from Gulfport Mon-
tessori and Bear Creek Elementary.
Program hours are until 5:30 p.m.
with extended hours available until
6 p.m. for an extra charge.
Annual registration fee is $15 for
residents and $100 for non-residents
with monthly fees of $133 for resi-
dents and $266 for non-residents.
Packets are available at the Recre-
ation'Center, 5730 Shore Blvd. So.
Hours of registration are Monday-
Friday from 9-5 p.m. Please call 893-
1068 for any questions.

Tot Time
Openings Available
Gulfport Recreation is accepting
pre-registration for the 2007-2008
Tot Time program this coming fall.
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 five-day monthly op-
tions are available. A registration fee
of $15 for residents/$100 for non-res-
idents is required at time of registra-
tion to secure spot. Proof of residency
is required. Monthly fees are $33/
res., $66/non-res. for 2-days, $55/res.,
$110/non-res. for 3-days and $88/res.,.
$172/non-res. for 5 days. Come to the
Recreation Center to pre-register or
call 893-1068 for further information.
Class size is limited.

Sunshine School
Plans Reunion
A reunion of students, teachers and
parents connected to Pass-a-Grille's
Sunshine School is being organized
for this November.
The next meeting of the planning
committee is scheduled for Saturday,
July 28 at 10 a.m. at the St. Pete
Beach Library, 365 73rd Ave. There
is plenty of work to do to make the
one-day event a success, and any
help is appreciated!
For more information, call or email
Roberta Whipple (Class of'64) at 727-
552-1762 or belv3580@yahoo.com.

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The City of Gulfport approved an
amendment to the collective bargain-
ing agreement with Fraternal Order
of Police (FOP), Pinellas Lodge 43
from a decision, on May 15, 2007 to
assign Gulfport Police officer to 12
hour shifts instead of 10 hours.
G. Curt Willocks addressed coun-
cil and told them that the 12 hour
shifts provide greater coverage with
fewer officers, which could be essen-
tial if positions are eliminated in the
upcoming budget process. He also
noted that the department had be-
gun using a squad system which al-
lowed for greater continuity in man-
agement and also provided a more
equitable time off policy. Previously
newer officers on the force would
rarely if ever have weekend time off,
but with the new system every offi-
cer now works every other weekend.
The changes required negotiations
between the City and the FOP on the
impact of leave accruals and over-
time. The net result of those conver-
sations brings the leave benefits of


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the Police Officers now assigned to
12 hour shifts into parity with gen-
eral and fire department personnel
based on the hours worked.
Holidays for officers will'be in-
creased from 8 to 9 hours, personal
days will increase from 8 to 12 hours,
vacation, accrual was increased by 4
hours for each of the various years
of service categories, and sick leave
was maximum accrual was increased
t 2184 hours from 2080 hours annu-
ally. Other changes included a pre-
mium pay incentive increase for the
night shift from $1.25 to $1.40 and
the evening shift premium pay was
eliminated. The basic work week
for officers was changed to a 14-day
cycle and the overtime threshold was
increased to 84 hours in .that work
period. This removes the automatic
overtime at 40 hours and allows the
12 hour shifts to be implemented
with no mandatory overtime pay
built into the schedule. Comp time
was also increased from 48 to 60
hours.


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Stetson University College of Law
will present two information sessions
for prospective part-time law stu-
dents in August. Both sessions will
present the same information.
The first session will be Aug. 1,
6:30 p.m., at the Tampa Law Center,
1700 N. Tampa St. The second ses-
sion will be Aug. 22, 6:30 p.m., in the
Great Hall at the Gulfport campus,
1401 61st St. S. Registration begins
at 6:15 p.m. for both sessions. *
'The part-time program at Stetson
is the first and only program of its
kind in Tampa Bay," said Director of
Admissions Laura Zuppo. "It allows
non-traditional students to attend
evening classes in the fall, spring and
summer to finish the law degree in
four years."
The information sessions will ex-
plain the law school admission and
financial aid processes, Stetson's
curriculum, legal careers, and will
provide insights from part-time law
students.
To RSVP for either session, visit
Stetson on the web at www.law.
stetson.edu/admissions/PTinforma-
tionsessions.asp.

Overeaters Anonymous
Group in Gulfport
Overeaters Anonymous is a 12 step
program dealing with eating disor-
ders. We meet every Sunday from
6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Gulfport Neigh-
borhood Center, 1617 49th St. So.
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A Library for Roatan
By Shelly Wilson

Probably around the time you read this article, Sandy Bay
Elementary School on the island of Roatan in Honduras will be
opening a shipment from the Kiwanis Club based at the First Unity
Church on 411 Street in St. Petersburg. The shipment, over a ton
of books and other school supplies, is the beginning of a "mobile
library" a first step toward battling the alarming illiteracy rates
on Honduras' islands and rural areas.
The Kiwanis Club, which has spent the last two months
collecting the supplies through the church and other collection
drives, heard about the needs of Roatan's students through one
of their volunteers, Lore Raymond. Raymond, a former leader
of the Pinellas Suncoast Chamber of Commerce, and her friend
Camilla O'Brien, the former Director of Volunteer Services for
Pinellas County Schools, were once integral to the success of
business-school alliances in Pinellas County and are now putting
that knowledge to work again.
Partners in Education on Roatan (PIER) is the first business-
school partnership on the island were poverty is an ever-present
concern. O'Brien, now a resident of Roatan, and, as part of their
international civic project, the members of the Fist Unity Kiwanis
Club are working together to help fulfill PIER's goals
"There are 60 to 80 kids for one teacher," says Raymond, "and
they have no books. They have no games, no toys. Their only
play area is the beach."
While the beach may not sound like a terrible place to play,


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On Monday, July 16th, members of the First Unity Kiwanis Club
shown here gathered at member Carol Hasbrouck's home to pack
up over a ton of books and supplies for a "mobile library" for stu-
dents on the island of Roatan in Honduras.
nearly all of these students come from families that live below the
poverty line (just $2 a day in Honduras). The classrooms have
very little in supplies and the few dedicated teachers are stretched
by the volume of students. The First Unity Kiwanis Club is
working to complete the "Create-A-Library Project" on PIER's
"wish list" which will provide reading materials in English and
Spanish and other supplies for the students of Roatan. For more
information on how you can help make a difference for these
kids, check out PIER's website, www.roatanschools.org.


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for more information on placing your ad in this special section


; arct intistries
NON ENOMIN TIONAL CHURCH
1710 52nd Street South
Gulfport, FL 33707
at (727) 323-2234
Pastor Elder Bobby J. Patterson
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

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Tradewinds Church
Open House
Tradewinds Church will hold an
Open House on Sunday, August 5th
at 10:30 a.m. Buffet lunch to follow
worship service. The church is lo-
cated at 6740 Park St. So. in South
Pasadena. Call 344-1501.

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


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tion, make a decision and tell your
family members that decision.
You could also choose to designate
organ donor on a driver license or
carry a donor card. Today nearly
88,000 people wait for an organ that
will save their lives and hundreds
of thousands more could benefit
from tissue or cornea donation. Call
LifeLink at 1-800-262-5775 to learn
more.

Baha'i Devotions
You are warmly invited to attend
weekly Devotions held each Sunday
morning at 10 a.m. at either Baha'i
Center, 676 2nd Ave. South, in St.
Petersburg or 2898 Gulf-to-Bay
Blvd. in Clearwater.
Children's classes are also avail-
able. You may call 322-8541 with
questions. All are welcome; no con-
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Open Arms Ministry
Open Arms Ministry serves din-
ner each Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
at the Trinity Church of the Naza-
rene, 1000 55th St. So. behind Boca
Ciega High School. We are a Mission
Church here to help all people re-
gardless 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
children's clothing. Donations are
greatly appreciated as they enable
us to continue our ministry to the
community. All donations are used
expressly for what they are desig-
nated. Anyone wishing to give dona-
tions or volunteer to help is asked to
call 687-1233.
Events are as follows: Sunday,
9-9:30 a.m. Food and Clothing
Handout; 9:30-10:30 Sunday School
and 10:40-11:50 Morning Worship.
Wednesday we offer Food and Cloth-
ing 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.



Gul port
Community
: Church
Practical Help,
Positive Encouragement,
Pursuing God Together
Call Pastor John (727) 798-8030
9:30 am Sunday School & 10:30 Worship
2309 49th Street So.
"The Longhouse" .
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Volunteer at
Gulfport Montessori
Gulfport Elementary Montessori
School is looking for volunteers to
help our wonderful students. Call
Randy Deering at 893-2643. ext.
2009. Also, we are always collecting
box tops for educational fundrais-
ing.
You can drop them off in the box at
the front desk at Gulfport Elemen-
tary or in different locations in the
city.

Widowed Social Club
The Widowed Social Club has a
covered 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 fellow-
ship. For more information, please.
call Joe at 397-0920 or Fran at 896-
9207.
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Volunteer at
The Science Center
The Science Center of Pinellas
County needs your help. Every year
about 22,000 students come through
the Science Center on school fields
trips which enhance math and sci-
ence education. Math -and science
are critical-need subject areas, be-
cause the State of Florida has a dem-
onstrated shortage of profession-
als in professions such as emerging
technology, engineering, and com-
puter science. To fix -this problem,
Pinellas County schools frequently
team up with the Science Center to
help children learn more about math
and science.
Need something to do on weekends
or in your spare time? Volunteers
are needed to manage the member-
ship program, coordinate volunteers,
help with fund raising, help with
events, and work in the gift shop.
Everything by volunteers directly
benefits the students visiting the
Science Center.
With new technology coming out
daily and developer's constantly up-
dating software, up-to-date versions
of software are needed to continue
to keep these classes running. Soft-
ware benefits the students whom at-
tend the Science Centers computer
programming camps. Along with
software donations, printer paper,
anti-bacterial hand gel, and furni-
ture are in great need.
For more information please visit
the Science Center on the web at
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call the Science Center at 384-0027.



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Epsilon Theta members attended a
"Hobo Party at Hobo Junction" oth-
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bers and guests dressed the part and
brought a can of vegetables to place
in the hobo stew. Marlene Markey
and Sharon prepared a fun evening
including the hobo bandanas on ,a
stick containing the utensils to enjoy
the grub. There were prizes for the
"best" dressed hobo. Winners were
Gene Markey and Sharon Ingram.
Each hobo attending received a hobo
gourmet dinner to take home.
Congratulations to Janet Taylor on
receiving an Honorable Mention in
the Beta Sigma Phi International's
Best Program Contest. Janet's pro-
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last October on Paper Making. This
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Wednesday, Aug. 8th at the home of
Marlene Markey to paint the ceramic
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their ways and means project.
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Part 2
In our last article, we examined to-
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of a sole proprietorship and general
partnership. In this article, we will
examine the general legal aspects of
a limited partnership and a Florida
Corporation.
A. Limited Partnership
1. A limited partnership is similar
to a general partnership. The pri-
mary difference is that some partners
are designated as "limited" partners
and, as such, are normally not per-
sonally liable for the debts and ob-
ligations of the partnership, except
to the extent of their contribution of
capital to the partnership. A limited
partner is a passive investor, and is
prohibited from participating actively
in the 'management of the partner-
ship business. If a limited partner
participates in management, she/he
can lose the benefit of limited liability
and, instead, be treated as a general
partner for purposes of determining
liability for partnership debts and ob-
ligations.
2. A limited partnership must have
at least one general partner and at.
least one limited partner. The general
partner of a limited partnership has
unlimited liability for the partner-
ship's debts and obligations.
3. Like a general partnership, the
income of a limited partnership is
passed through the partners, and re-


ported on their individual income tax
returns.
4. A limited partnership is organized
by filing a written certificate of lim-
ited partnership in the Office of the
Secretary of State in Tallahassee,
Florida. Normally, the limited part-
ners are specified in the certificate
of limited partnership and in a sepa-
rate limited partnership agreement,
which may be more detailed than the
certificate of limited partnership. A
Florida limited partnership must file
an annual report and pay an annual
fee to the Florida Secretary of State,
and receive a certificate of authority
to conduct business as a limited part-
nership.
B. Corporation
1. A corporation is a separate legal
entity or "person" for purposes of both
state law and federal income tax law.
A corporation may be formed by any
number of individuals, other corpora-
tions, or other entities.
2. The owners of a corporation are
"shareholders". Normally, business
policies are dictated by a board of
directors, which is selected by the
shareholders. In Florida, a corpora-
tion may have as few as one director.
Normally, directors are elected annu-
ally, at an annual meeting of share-
holders.
3. Normally, the routine operations
of the corporation are managed by the
corporation's officers, who are elected
periodically by the board of directors.
In Florida, a corporation must have a
president, secretary, and treasurer,
and may have one or more vice presi-
dents or assistant officers. One person
may hold tow (2) or more offices.
4. Corporations are required to hold
annual meetings of shareholders, at
which the' shareholders may elect di-
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tity, and income and losses of the cor-
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an "S election".
6. A corporation is formed by filing a
corporate charter, known as "articles
of incorporation," with the office of
the Secretary of State in Tallahassee.
The articles of incorporation must
contain various information specified
by statute, including a unique corpo-
rate name, a statement of the number
of shares of stock that the corporation
us authorized issue, the par value (if
any) of the stock, the duration of the
corporation (if other than perpetual),
the general purposes for which the
corporation is initially authorized
(which may be stated to include in the
transaction of any or all lawful busi-
ness for which corporations may be
incorporated under Florida law), the
name of an initial registered office,
the street address of an initial regis-
tered office where service of process
can be made upon the corporation,
the name of directors, and the name
and street address of the incorpora-
tor. The corporation is required to file
an annual report and pay an annual
fee to the Secretary of State in order
to maintain its standing as a corpora-
tion.
7. After the articles of incorpora-
tion are formed, the board of direc-
tors holds an initial organizational
meeting, at which it elects officers,
adopts bylaws, and takes other orga-
nizational actions. The bylaws consist
of a written document specifying the
"rules" under which the corporation
will be governed and managed.
8. Generally, ownership interests'
in a corporation may be transferred
through a sale of stock, although the
transfer of stock may be restricted by
agreement or by law.
by Robert J. Myers, Esq.
Robert J. Myers is managing attor-
ney of the Estate and Trust Division
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 regarding this article and other
related legal topics. This column out-
lines general legal principles and is
not intended to give you legal advice.
If you have a specific question about
the law, please consult an attorney.


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XXX-Presso?
By Cathy Salustri
For years, people, driving down 4th Street South drove
by the dilapidated porn store. Over the past few months,
though, midtown residents and passers-through have seen
G-rated changes to the former "adults only" establishment.
Times Square Properties, owned by Mary Ann Lynch, pur-
chased the dilapidated building at 1427 4th Street South
for $500,000 in April of last year. Since that time, Lynch's
company has undertaken a massive renovation of the build-
ing. Times Square Properties also owns properties in Bar-
tlett Park, the Dome Industrial District, downtown, and the
Grand Central District.
"Why not midtown? It's fabulous! If I think I can make it
aesthetically different, I want it," Lynch said.
The building's first tenant, Chris Kelly, will move in Au-
gust 1. Kelly plans to run for St. Petersburg City Council.
He also organizes the St. Pete Shuffle, a weekly event for
shuffleboard aficionados.
Lynch welcomes Kelly but still holds out hope that St.
Petersburg's next Starbucks will start serving espresso at
her building..
"I thought it would be great to have a Starbucks," Lynch
said, "I wanted one bad, but we haven't approached them
yet. Typically, we renovate properties and make them as
nice as we can, and whoever comes to us, that's who we'll
rent to."
The building has four units of 900 square feet each and
one unit with 1800 square feet. Lynch says rents start at
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The old adult bookstore on 4th Street South has changed owners.
The new owners shut down the old business and have remodeled the
building inside and out.

Once Times Square Properties has the downstairs leased
they will renovate the upstairs.
Times Square Properties says they will "definitely not"
consider renting the space to an adult establishment, ac-
cording to Lynch, who says she made a verbal commitment
to the City of St. Petersburg that she would never rent to
any time of pornographic establishment.
She added the property had over a million dollars in liens
on it when she purchased it last year. The former owners,
she said, own numerous adult bookstores throughout the
country.
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The Tampa Bay Chapter of the
American Red Cross elected Stetson
University College of Law Vice Presi-
dent and Dean Darby Dickerson to
serve as Chair of the Board of Direc-
tors effective as of July 1.
"The American Red Cross serves a
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Dickerson said. Dickerson will guide
the Tampa Bay Chapter's volunteer
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minded community and corporate
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Club to
Host 5 &10K Walks
On August 4th the Suncoast Sand-
pipers Volks Sport Club will host a
walk with five and ten kilometer op-
tions from HERS Exercise & Weight
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Letters
Begging to Differ
(The following letters we received
in response to the article "Local Bird
Deaths Exaggerated by Media" in the
July 19th issue of the Gabber.)
Dear Editor: In contacting Pub-
lic Relations at Seabird Sancturary
your claim that they said pesticides
was not responsible for the death of
the herons is not true. Nothing had
been confirmed.
Now investigations are going on as
to how much of your article is true.
Gary Moore of Fish and Wildlife was
unavailable when attempting to con-
tact him. However further attempts
may reveal more truths.
The Gulfport community is becom-
ing aware of the dangers of the parks'
use of pesticides and weedkiller and
the vast amounts used. We want to
become a safe "green city", safe for
future generations and our children,
pets and wildlife. The heron incident
is just one of many occurring through-
out our state and environmentalists
know only too well of the huge loss of
our wildlife and wilderness.
Thus when responsible and wor-
ried community members report


such incidents, they should be shown
gratitude and respect. Few have the
courage or are environmentally con-
cerned to take such actions.
In conclusion, our parks director
appears to understand the need for
change. Let's work and congratulate
him for his courage, and those who
keep an eye on what is going on.
In the meantime, it would be appre-
ciated if, in the future, more accurate
reports are made. Pulling something
out of the grab-bag and then claiming
it was reported by an environmental
official just won't do. The public is too
smart for that.
Rosiland Miller

Dear Editor: In life we all have
choices. The choice to do the right
thing or the wrong thing. We also
have obligations to do what is right,
or to do nothing at all. I chose to
do something, the right thing and
use my voice for a bird, the Yellow
Crowned Night Heron. I had noth-
ing to gain by getting involved. I also
did not get involved to point fingers
or put blame on anyone. My concerns
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avoid it from ever happening again.
I called the FWC on June 5th and
it took them until June 27th to get
back with me. This is a story that
unfortunately has turned its focus
on everything except the problem.
Linda Holmes of Caldwell Reality is
on record (Neighborhood Times, Sun-
day, July 1st, page 15) saying she was
certain someone had been seen spray-
ing chemicals near the trees weeks
before the first dead bird was found.
Read up on the nesting and the life
of these birds. Adults will leave the
nest if the nests are being disturbed
like they were. And then what hap-
pens is the young die of starvation.
Spraying caused a snowball reaction.
Dan Wolf came to investigate (a
month late) and said that that many
birds could not have died because
there's only 12 nests and the herons
only have 1-2 off springs. The next
day he called and said after reading
up on them they could have up to 5 off
springs, and so yes, that many could
have died. After a 2-block radius
around the Pontiac Apartments was
canvassed, no other signs or reports
of dead frogs or birds were reported.
The lesson here to be learned is how
fragile our eco system is, how fragile
our wildlife is, and how dangerous
pesticides are. Hopefully, Gulfport
will be lucky enough to have these
treasured birds again next year. The
lesson to be learned is not to be ir-
responsible and spray pesticides
in the trees they are nesting in.
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Letters to the Editor
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brief and to the point as possible.
Letters must be typed in upper and
lower case on plain white paper or
emailed to publisher@thegabber.
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four weeks. All letters are printed
and edited for length and content
at the discretion of the editors.
The Gabber encourages and
welcomes all letters.
The views and opinions expressed
in this publication do not necessar-
ily represent the views of the pub-
lishers, staff or advertisers.

Gabber July 26 August 1, 2007






Gulfport S.H.A.R.E.
Final D-Day is Here
Saturday, July 28th is our Final
Distribution Day for S.H.A.R.E. at
First United Methodist Church of
Gulfport, 53rd St. and 28th Ave. So.
Come to Fellowship Hall between
7:30 and 8:30 a.m. to pick up your
previously ordered food package. Be
sure to bring your receipt and proof of
Community Service and a box to take
your food home. Your pink Commu-
nity Service slip must contain your
name, hours worked and the name
of the person or group for whom the
Community Service was performed.
This will be our Final Distribution
in the S.H.A.R.E. Program for we are
withdrawing as of July 31st. The re-
quirement for Volunteer Service is be-
ing discontinued by S.H.A.R.E. Flor-
ida, and although Volunteer Service
is still encouraged, it will no longer
be mandatory. We entered into this
program seventeen years ag/, sign-
ing pledges as to Volunteer service,
the initial requirement being 2 hours
of volunteer service for each unit of
food. This requirement was relaxed
to require only 2 hours per month
for as much food as to you wished,to
purchase. Our strong emphasis is on
Volunteerism. being the name of the
event, and Food, Fun and Fellowship
being the rewards for participation.
With a declining participation, we
feel that after seventeen years, this
program has run its life cycle. It's
time to allocate our resources and
time to.other Ministries.
We have met many fine friends over
the years, and our lives have been
blessed because of this. We will miss
their greeting once a month. We wish
also to thank The Gabber and its fine
staff for timely publication of our
news and menus. They contributed
greatly to our success.
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open
Doors, we are the people of First
United Methodist Church of Gulf-
port. Be sure to check out our new
Service Scheduling: 9:15 a.m., Con-
temporary Service, 10:30 a.m., Tra-
ditional Service; Fellowship time af-
terwards. Be sure to come meet our
new Pastor, Rev. Robert Roseberry.
You will like him.
For further information, call Les or
Doris McEwen, Host Site Co-Coordi-
nators at 321-3672.

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National Night Out August 7th
Gulfport to Join Cities nationwide for
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On Tuesday, August 7th, residents are being invited to join forces with thousands of
Communities nationwide for the 24th annual National Night Out crime and drug prevention
event. National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and
co-sponsored locally by the Gulfport Police Department and many local businesses, will involve
over 10,000 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities, and military instal-
lations around the world. In all, over 34 million people are expected to participate in "America's
Night Out Against Crime" on August 7th.

National Night Out is designed to: (1) heighten crime and drug prevention awareness: (2) gener-
ate support for, and participation in, local anticrime efforts; (3) strengthen neighborhood spirit
and police-community partnerships; and (4) send a message to criminals letting them know
neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

The year the City of Gulfport will celebrate National Night Out with an open house at the Police
Department from 5 until 7 p.m. on August 7th. Staff will giv tours of the station and answer
questions about how the police department operates. Gulfport police invite everyone to attend.

Gulfport's event will take place at 2300 block of 53rd Street South, and will include demonstra-
tions on subjects of crime prevention, traffic and bicycle safety, and marine safety. This year, we
will also be including a bicycle rodeo in which children can learn better riding skills and have an
opportunity to get free safety gear or even a new bicycle!

We will have free food and refreshments as well as plenty of activities for kids. As the evening
comes to a close, around 9:00, we will conclude our event with a trolley ride through the neigh-
borhood to further spread our message.

If you have any questions about this year's event, please call the police department at 893-1042
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Gulfport Code Enforcement
continues to work Section Four,. also
known as the Art District,.
The Art District generally extends
south from Gulfport Boulevard
to the, water- and east from 49th
Street South to 58th and 59th Streets
South.
To learn more about how to report
a code violation or see a detailed
map of code enforcement areas,
please visit the Special Documents
section of the City's website at www.
ci.gulfport.fl.us.

58th Street Cross Walk
Gulfport Public Works Director
Don Sopak will meet with City
Manager Tom Brobeil next week to
decide where to put a cross walk at
58th Street South and 28th Avenue
South.
A resident asked the Transportation
Advisory Committee to install a four
way stop sign at the intersection,
but the committee couldn't justify
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On August 3, visitors to Gulfport's
monthly first Friday Art Walk, will
get an early look at the new state of
the art not-for-profit Industrial Arts
Center in the Art Village Court-
yard,
2900 Beach Blvd. This innovative
teaching facility will provide 1,000
sq. ft. of fully equipped studio work-
space. Instruction will be offered in
glass blowing, pottery and metal
working by an impressive array of
local artists.
Visitors who register at the event
to receive updates on the Industrial
Arts Center's progress will be en-
tered into a drawing for three priz-
es a full body massage, one glass
blowing class, or a free tree selected
for Florida landscapes.
The mission of the Industrial Arts
Center is to "create a community cen-
ter serving the artistic, educational,
cultural, and inspirational needs of
Pinellas County residents by offer-
ing education, facilities, and an op-
portunity in the.industrial arts." ac-
cording to organizer Jackie Ballard.
The Industrial Arts Center is a
not-for-profit organization and relies
on the donations of individuals and
organizations. "If the cause fits, they
will come and support." adds Lori
Rosso, President of Gulfport Cham-
ber of Commerce.
There are a number of ways that
you can support the Gulfport In-
dustrial Arts Center. There will be
many special events held


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Recreation Center" 5730 noStMe Blvd. So 893-1068


RECREATION WEBSITE- HYPERLINK
"http://www.ci.gulfport.fl.us" www.ci.gulfport.
fl.us and follow the links: City Departments,
Leisure services, Rec. Center.
REMINDERS & UPCOMING EVENTS
SCHOOL YEAR CHILD CARE PRO-
GRAM-Registration has begun for our School
Year Child Care program. Annual registration
fee of $15 for Residents and $100 for Non-Res-
ident. The monthly rate is $133 for Residents
and $266 for Non-Residents. Pick up time is
5:30 p.m. Any further questions please call
893-1068
2007 SUMMER PROGRAM spots avail-
able for RESIDENTS only!-Ongoing resi-
dent registration continues for the Summer
Program. Hours of registration are Monday -
Friday from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The Summer
Program is available 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 Services,
then Rec. Center. Call 893-1068 for more in-
formation.
Tot-Time-Pre-Registration has begun for our


2007/2008 Tot-Time Program. Classes are for
3-5 year olds and are from 9-11l:'80 available in our 2, 3, or 5 day classes. Regis-.
tration is $15 res/ and $100 Non-Res. Call 893.,
1068 for more information.
ACTIVITIES I
Adult Basketball nights, Tues. & Thursn.
6-9 p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$2 non-res. e
Tomlinson Skate Park Sticker-Annual reg.,
$5 res/$10 non-res. Skaters ages 17 and undeA
must be accompanied by a parent for registrar
tion. Consent forms are available at the Rec-
reation Center, 5730 Shore Blvd. S., Mondak
through Friday from 8:30 a.m. 9:00 p:m. and
Saturday from 9:00 a:.m. 3:00.p.m.
PROGRAMS.
Teen Night Teens, age's middle schpol to
17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m., Annual reg. $2
res/$2 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-Thurs., 6:30-8:30 p.m. Cost is $60/4
week session 07/12-08/02. For more informa.
tion 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-hour ses-
sion. Call Jim Campolli at 813-855-3112 for
more info.
Karate-Mon. & Weds., 6:30-8 p.m. (Begin-
ners), advanced students stay until 8:30 p.m.
$20 semi-annual registration fee and $25/
month.
Tai Chi & Health Recovery-Now located 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. Gulf-
port. Cost is $10 per session. Private lessons
available. Call Jack at 430-0690 for more
info.
Writing From the Heart Workshop-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. Inte-
grative 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 Library
WHAT'S HAPPENING @ THE LIBRARY:

FRIENDS ROOM GALLERY WALLS: Photographs by Paul
Nguyen.
Summer Reading Programs are ongoing through August 8: Reg-
ister 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. Au-
gust 1, 2:30 p.m.: "It's New to Me Magic Show, with Mark Byrne! Au-
*gust 8, 3:00 p.m.: K-5 Summer Reading fun ends with Talent Show,
Food, Crafts and Prizes!
Teen Day: Mondays are Teen Days this summer! Read! Win priz-
es! Volunteer! Hold puppet shows! Read stories to preschoolers!
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, August 11
at 1:00 p.m. Bring your pictures, books and questions, and prepare
to have a great time! Scrapbookers meet on the second Saturday of
each month. Make beautiful pages of memories 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--con-
tact Alex Hooks at the Reference Desk, or call 893-1073.
MS Support Group: Informal group for persons with multiple scle-
rosis and/or their family and friends to share information and pro-
vide support. Facilitated by Tracy Woolrich, RN. Thursday, July 26,
and Thursday, August 23, 10:00 a.m.-Noon.


5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074
Socrates Caf6: These monthly discussion groups were inspired by
the book The Six Questions of Socrates. Author Christopher Phil-
lips traveled the world to lead informal groups, engaging people in
the manner of the ancient Greek philosopher, for whom "the ques-
tions are more important than the answers." Friday, July 27 at 6:00
p.m. Thursday, August 9 at 10:00 a.m. and Friday, August 31 at 6:00
p.m.
Genealogy Discussion Group: -Saturday, July 28 at 1:00 p.m. This
is not a formal class, just an opportunity to meet and share experi-
ences and information with others interested in delving into their
family history. FMI, call Kay Boatwright at the Library, 893-1074.
Suncoast Computer Users: Thursday, August 9 at 6:00 p.m.
"Books that Ring a Bell!" Our SummerCoffeeTalk monthly dis-
cussion series continues with The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzger-
ald. Join us for coffee, light refreshments, and lively conversation on
Thursday, August 16. 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, August 25 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 examina-
tion. Monday & Wednesdays, 5:00-8:00 p.m. (except City or school
holidays), through Lakewood Community School. FMI, call 893-
2955.
Gulfport Creative Short Story Writers: Wednesday mornings,
9:15 a.m.-12:00 Noon.

IT'S ALL HAPPENING @ THE LIBRARY

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Services City Sponsored Activities
Series in the Community



Senior Center 5501 27th Ave. So. 893-123
August Theater Concert-The Gulf- Beginners: Tues. at 9am, Neighborhood Center
port Senior Citizens' Harmonica Club .(HIealth Recovery, Tries. 10:30am 1617 49th St. So./893-10o7o
will provide a special performance in Advanced Beginners, Thurs. at 9am Exercise Class-M,W, 1:30 p.m.
Tai Chi Beginner-Tues., 9 a.m.
the Catherine A. Hickman Theater on 55 Alive Driving Class-Classes are Tai Chi Advanced-Thurs., 9 a.m.
Mon. Aug. 27th at 7pm. This group has held on the first two Tuesdays of every Overeaters Anonymous-Sun., 6:30 p.m.,
performed at the Tampa Bay Perform- month, 12:30-4:30pm Fee: $10. Must www.oapinellas.org
ing Arts Center and the St. Peters- attend both classes. Pre-registration
burg Coliseum as well as 50 other sites: required. Call Jim at (727) 367-4038 to


throughout Pinellas and neighboringr- register for August classes.
counties. Tickets ($5) can be purchased& : Cards & Games:
at the Senior Center and will benefit l,;Bridge Practice, Tues. 1:30pm
the Gulfport Senior Center Founda-.., Contract Bridge: Tues. & Thurs. 2pm


tion.
Policy Changes for USDA Food
Distribution-USDA Food Distribution'
will now be held on the second Thurs-
day of every month from 10am-noon
starting Thurs. Aug. 9th. Only qualify-,
ing Gulfport residents and registered
participants of the Neighborly Care
Network Group Dining Program will
be eligible. First pick-up requirements:
Photo ID, Proof of Residence and Proof
of Income/Need. Call the Senior Center
if you have any questions.
Hurricane Story Time-Come listen
to some practical tips on disaster plan-
ning on Tues. July 31 at 11am. Ask
questions. Sign up for special needs
shelters and ,pet shelters. Hot Dog
lunch available for $2.00 but must pur-
chase ticket in advance. Sponsor: Ro-
tary Club of St. Petersburg Suncoast.
Help for Seniors- Do you need help
in any of the following areas? Medi-
care Eligibility/Enrollment, Medicare
Health Plan Choices, Medicare Appeal
Rights, Medigap (Medicare Supple-
mental) Policies, 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 Classes at Neighborhood Cen-
ter)
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Canasta: Wed. 6:30pm
Pinochle, Wed. 6:30pm
;Biigo: Fri. 1pm
Po-KNbo: 3rd Mon. 1pm.
Scrabble, Fri. 1pm
Writers' Group Come join our
Writer's Group every Fri. at 10am.
For more info, call Marilyn Ells-
worth atd323-1871 or HYPERLINK
"mailtp:marilynaellsworth@hotmail.
com" marilynaellsworth@hotmail.com
Diabetic Support Group-Do you or
*.someone in your family have diabetes?
Our Diabetic Support Group may be of
help to you. Come join us every Mon-
day at 10am.
Get Connected!-Three classes on
healthy aging will be offered on Thurs-
days (Aug. 2, 9, 16) at 10:30am. Classes
include: "Using Medications Safely",
"Stay Mentally Healthy & Sharp" and
"Make Choices that Promote Healthy
Aging". Refreshments and free token
gifts will be provided.
Big Brothers. Big Sisters!-Seniors
are in high demand at your neighbor-
hood school. Could you spare one hour
per week? All you need is a generous
heart for a child who needs your atten-
tion. Learn how to make a difference in
the life of a child attending Gulfport El-
ementary. The meeting will be held at
the Senior Center on Wed. Aug. 15 at
10:30pm. Refreshments provided. Call
and let us know you plan to attend.


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55ox 27th Ave. So.
893-X070
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Sat., July 28 8 p.m.
Tickets Adv. $15/$18 Door
Call 813-990-9482

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.Sun., July 29 4 p.m. & 6 p.m.
$20 Adults/$12 Kids/Buy 1 get 1 free
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LESSONS & DANCE
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Social & Ballroom Dancing
Sun., July 29, 6-10 p.m. $6
USA Ballroom Dance
Mon., July 30, 7-10:15 o,n,
$5 Members, $7 Non-Members
Tues., Ballroom Dance
1-3 pm $6
1pm Beginner Lesson
2-3 Dancing
Tues., Hustle Dance Classes
& Practice Party
7-9 p.m., $10
Wed., Swing Dance
7p.m. 12 a.m. $6
Thurs., Salsa Dance
7 p.m. Lesson by Carol Rivera
8-10 p.m., Dance, $6
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Dolphin Landings ""

Fishing Report -


T his time of year, summer heat and afternoon The last few months have seen a steady increase
thunderstorms are a daily occurrence, but in the Speckled Sea Trout population in the South
"playing the patterns" can make you a more Pinellas Flats. This is encouraging since the red

successful fisherman. tide of two yearly ago almost left the Skyway area
Summer heat is often sending water temperatures void of Trout. Soft plastic jigs with a oz. Jig head
into the low 90's on the shallow flats which depletes tied with a popping cork has been very effective.
the oxygen in the water forcing fish into deeper, Spanish Mackerel mixed with Bluefish and Lady-
cooler water by mid day. To locate fish move off the fish can be found around small rock piles and most
flats and work the edges, targeting the pothos .ind '-.-t rut;&' inside Tampa Bay as well as out on the i
drop-offs. beaches Free lining live white bait or casting small
Snook, though catch and release only, are still out" fsilvef spoons shopild draw a strike.
on the beaches, and just inside the passes. Sight.,, Understanding these "patterns" and starting your
casting is the preferred method. fishing adventure early in the day will help avoid
Remember to keep your baits close to the strike the hb t and the afternoon thunderstorms. Remem-
zone this time of year. Live shrimp and scaled sar- ber to keep your body hydrated with plenty of water
i dines work well. and use plenty of sunscreen.


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Gulfport Senior Center
Daily Menu
Meals are available at the Gulfport Senior
Center. 5501 27th Avenue So., in Gulfport

Monday, JULY 30
Salisbury Steak w/Brown Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
California Vegetable Blend
Whole Grain Bread/Margarine
Applesauce Cup
Low Fat Milk
Tuesday, JULY 31
BBQ Pork Riblet
Seasoned Black Eyed Peas
Turnip Greens with Onion
Hamburger Bun/Margarine
Oatmeal Cookie
Low Fat Milk
Wednesday, AUGUST 1
Chicken Breast w/Savory Sauce
Potatoes O'Brien
Cole Slaw
Whole Grain Bread/Margarine
Warm Peaches
Low Fat Milk
Thursday, AUGUST 2
Meatballs w/Mushroom Gravy
Cheesy Mashed Potatoes
Chuckwagon Medley
Whole Wheat Bread/Margarine
Chocolate Chip Cookie
Low Fat Milk
Friday, AUGUST 3
Pasta Primavera Casserole
Green Beans
Carrots
Whole Wheat Bread/Margarine
Banana
Low Fat Milk


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August is DENTAL MONTH!


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for cats and one that 700o of all cats under
the age of three will have! Give your cat the
gift of a pain free mouth and receive a free
denial kit during the month of August.
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Children/Tot Time
Rec Fees To Increase
Fees for the City of Gulfport's Chil-
dren's After School and Tot Time
Recreation programs are going up.
Council approved a new fee struc-
ture for 2007/08 at Tuesday's regu-
lar meeting. It is the first increase
in fees since 1999.
Fees for the After School program
will increase from $100 a month to
$133 for residents and from $200 a
month to $266 a month for non-res-
idents.
Fees for the Tot Time will be $33
per month for residents for 2-days
per week, $66 for non-residents; $55
per month for 3 days for residents,
$110 for non-residents; and $88 per
month for 5 days a week for resi-
dents and $176 per month for non-
residents.
The Tot Time Pre-school program
is for children ages 3-5 and is offered
from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. daily. The
After School program for school age
children is offered coinciding with
the public school calendar, with ad-
ditional programming offered on in-
services days/specific holidays and
on early dismissal days. The Rec-
reation Center also provides, trans-
portation at no additional cost from
Gulfport Elementary School, Bear
Creek Elementary and Pasadena
Fundamental Schools.

Town Shores Signage
At the request of Town Shores
management, the Gulfport Streets
Department has ordered a sign for
the east side of 58th Street South,
north of 30th Avenue.
This sign will indicate that 30th
Avenue is the last right-turn into
Town Shores for southbound traffic.
Town Shores management wanted
the sign to help direct large trucks
into the development because
they changed the direction of their
entrance/exit on Shore Boulevard to
one way out only.
This change has confused some
drivers who now must drive back to
the entrance and use streets parallel
to 58th Street to go back to the main
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presented by Barbara Rowland,
RN, at the Boca Ciega Room in the
Professional Building of Palms of
Pasadena Hospital on July 17th.
The near capacity audience enjoyed
a light lunch after which the speak-
er. who is also a member of the
Stroke Care Program, began the in-
formative session. She stressed the
fact that up to 2 million people in
the United States suffer from DVT
blood clots every year which occurs
when a blood clot forms in a deep
vein, usually in the lower limbs.
Almost 300.000 people a year are
killed by this, more than Aids and
breast cancer combined. The blood
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may break free and become lodged
in the blood vessels of the lung,
causing pulmonary embolism. Some
of the risk factors of getting DVT
are being overweight, age 40 or old-
er, cancer, certain heart problems,
varicose veins, respiratory failure,
especial hip, knee or abdominal
surgery, restricted mobility or birth
control pills. Always talk to your
doctor and tell him your concerns,
especially if there is swelling, pain
or tenderness of the leg, red or dis-
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ing DV' is to reduce the chance of
developing ano their clot or the clot
breaking off in your vein and mov-
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blood clots, elevate the affected leg
whenever possible, wear compres-
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long periods of immobility such as
riding many hours in a car or air-
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stop the clot from getting larger
or to break off and moving to your
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Community Improvement
This department will be hosting
a class on wind-borne debris pro-
tection for the Beach Building Of-
ficials Association of Florida. The
program will be presented by PGT
University and be held in Hibis-
cus Hall at the city hall building
on Aug. 15th at noon.
The Beach Building Officials is
a group of more than 50 Building
Officials. Building Inspectors, En-
gineers, Architects and Contrac-
tors from the Beach Communities.
The class will provide two of the 15
continuing education credits that
are mandatory for license renewal
through the Dept. of Business and
Professional Regulations.
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The City will be presenting "Spe-
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organization that offers dance in-
struction to kids and young adults
with special needs.
Their aim is to provide physi-
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Xext month, or the one after,
S for that matter, is not going to
be either easy or fun around
Gulfport or, especially, City Hall.
That's when the chickens come home
to roost the chickens being, in this not
particularly good metaphor, the recent
decisions made by the state legislature
concerning property taxes. And they'll
be roosting right out of camera range
at four workshops in August and two
public hearings in September by the
City Council.
The legislature has had two main tasks
in the past year: to do something about
both property insurance, in the wake of
our recent hurricanes, and about the
mess that property taxes have become
because of rapidly increasing property
values, among other factors.
It's becoming increasingly clear that
the legislators accomplished little on
the insurance issue. So this spring,
they tried to make up for it with very
deep cuts on property taxes for Florida
residents, at least those who own their
homes and live in them in other words,
voters. Everyone else (businesses,
owners of rental properties, snowbirds,
etc.) got left in the dust.
Property taxes, unfortunately, are a
major source of income for the cities
and municipalities in Florida. So the
cuts in property taxes mandated by the
legislature mean some very major cuts
in city budgets, starting this fall. That's
what City Council will be grappling
with over the next two months, starting
with the first workshop on August 2.
The cuts come in three stages,
basically. In the first stage, cities must
"roll back" or lower their millage rate
for next year to the point where income
from property taxes will not exceed
that income for this year. Gulfport gets
a double whammy in this first stage
because, last fall, we cut our millage
rate 10 percent to lower this year's
taxes.
Then in the second stage, cities must
cut that "rolled back" property tax
income an additional 9 percent. The
requirements of these first two stages

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Get ready for

some painful

budget decisions

Roger Turner
VIEWPOINT

were met, more or less, on July 17 when
the City Council approved a millage
rate of 3.3554 for the coming year.
In the third stage, the legislature
came up with an additional package
of tax cuts for homeowners, including
a greatly increased homestead
exemption, which must go to the voters
for approval in January. If it passes,
and there's little reason to think that it
won't, then the cities' income will be cut
again, this time even more drastically
estimates are in the neighborhood of
40+ percent.
In Gulfport, as elsewhere, property,
taxes go into the general fund, which is
the city's main operating fund. So cuts
in income to the general fund mean uts
in programs, in personnel, in services
and in just about everything else you
can think of. Deciding what tbo utfi `a
daunting task .- .". !
Here's the city's'approach. .,.
The city manager prepared a.bbs&c
budgetfor the coming fiscal year, which
starts October 1, and delivered it to the'
City Council on July 15. It more or 1o 9
meets the requirements of ihe "'rbll
back," the first stage of the cutbacks. A
You'd think that would be easy,
wouldn't you, but I doubt it. Because,
as we all know, even when income is
frozen, inflation. rages on. Insurance
goes up, fuel costs more, employee
salaries increase, etc. So he had to
make cuts, and not just minor ones. For
instance, the basic budget:
Eliminates cost-of-living raises for
all city staff;
Eliminates two' fire dp'arifefit-
positions approved in the current
budget but not yet filled;
Limits employee health insurance"
cost increases to zero;
Eliminates. all employee morale
programs, including the employee
appreciation dinner, holiday gift
certificates, city-issue shirts for staff
members, and at-work coffee service;
Restricts out-of-state travel for
training programs; and
Requires stricter budgeting
practices.


But these cuts just meet the
requirements of the first stage of the
required cutbacks. Stage two requires
that the budget be cut back 9 percent
more, which means, in dollar terms,
$850,000 more. So now it's getting
painful, and the City Council has to get
involved.
They have a working paper to start
with, listing $1 million plus in possible
cuts. So they don't have to take them
all or any, for that matter, if they have
other ideas. But I'm guessing most of
the cuts will come from this "code
yellow" list and they will be sobering.
For instance:
- From the police department, eliminate
2 police officers, 1 detective and one
staff assistant, and drastically cut
overtime, training and other costs, for
a possible savings of $262 thousand.
- From the GEMS program, eliminate
7 part-time paid operators and turn the
program into a "volunteer" program
with reduced service levels, for a
savings of $86 thousand.
From the library, eliminate 1 full-
time and 3 part-time staff members,
cut back the hours of operation, and
reduce services, for a savings of $80
thousand.
From the recreation department,
eliminate 1 full-time, 2 part-time and
14 summer temporary teen workers,
cut hours of operation and limit
program availability, for a savings of
$85 thousand.
- From the parks department, eliminate
two workers and some materials and
supplies, reduce mowing, trimming,
weeding, pond maintenance and beach
raking, eliminate dog dropping bags,
etc., for a savings of $97 thousand.
- From the leisure services department,
eliminate one events technician and the
city's TV broadcast station, returning
coverage to the way it used to be, for a
savings of $40 thousand.
And that's not all of it, by any means,
but you get the picture. These cuts are
going to be big. And there will be more,
bigger ones if the January referendum
is approved by voters. More about those
cuts later.
Of course, the City Council could
ignore all this, and the mandate of the
legislature, if they vote unanimously
to keep things the way they are. They
could also, I suppose, vote to join hands
and jump off the seawall behind the
Rec Center.
So it's going to be an interesting
process to watch. No rose-colored
glasses allowed.

TurnerViewpoint@aol.com

Gabber July 26 August 1. 2007






Local Obituaries


CANTOR, WILLIAM
ABRAHAM, World War
II electronic specialist,
1 WhW passed away at age 95 on
July 10, 2007. Rose Can-
tor, his wife of 65 years
was by his side along
with his identical twin
sons Philip and Franklin. His young-
est son James died ten years earlier
in California. A longtime resident of
Hartford Connecticut, William owned
and operated Bill's TV when televi-
sion was first marketed to the pub-
lic. An avid sailor and gardener, he
moved to Westbrook, Connecticut
where his organic herbs, fruits, and
vegetables were ahead of the times.
He retired in Gulfport, Florida where
he loved working with his hands and
was always repairing bicycles, recon-
figuring lawn mowers, and inventing
new tools and household items. His
memory will be cherished by his de-
voted wife, twin sons, nine grandchil-
dren, and six great-grandchildren. In
a letter he left behind for his family he
wrote be of good cheer always..."


MAYO, RICHARD FRANCIS JR.
48, of South Pasadena, died July 11,
2007, of an accidental drowning. He
was born in Toledo, Ohio, and came
here in 1990. His favorite job was as
a tennis pro/ instructor at the Vinoy
Hotel & Resort, St. Petersburg. Sur-
vivors include his father, Richard F.
Sr., Salisbury; four sisters, Patricia
Scannell, St. Petersburg, Erin Gray,
Kelly Murdoch, and Caitlin Whalen,
all of Maryland; six nieces and neph-
ews; and a companion, Susan Smith,
South Pasadena. He was preceded in
death by his mother, Mary I. Mayo,
and his brother, Mark I. Mayo. A
memorial service will be held July
27 at 7:30 p.m., on the beach of Fort
DeSoto State Park. A memorial fund
has been established at the Mote
Marine Lab, Sarasota; www.mote.
org.

SOLOMON, LOUIS, age 79, of
South Pasadena, passed away on
July 16, 2007. A native of Detroit,
anidJ a Navy veteran of World War II,
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he graduated from Bowling Green
State University, and was employed
by the Amerisure Companies, re-
tiring after 37 years as vice presi-
dent and corporate officer. He at-
tained his professional designation
of chartered property and casualty
underwriter in 1968. He was an ac-
tive member of Pasadena Yacht and
Country Club and an avid golfer. He
is survived by his loving wife Jean;
and sisters Lillian Solomon and
Shirley Root, who reside in Michi-
gan. Memorial service will be Thurs-
day, Aug. 9, 2007, at 10 a.m. at Bay
Pines National Cemetery. Reception
to follow at 11:30 a.m. at Pasadena
Yacht & Country Club. In lieu of
flowers, donations can be made to
the American Diabetes Association.
National Cremation Society Clear-
water, FL.
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Without realizing it, Jeremy
shook his head. Doesn't look
much like her, he thought.
Must be a high school graduation
picture, or something.
He was looking at the photo of
Bianca Calderon that was printed on
the.front page of the State & Local
section of the Times, along with a
longer, more detailed story about the
discovery of her body in the trunk
of her car in the marina on Friday.
Well, longer, anyway, if not that
much more detailed. Just enough
new information to keep the rumors
flowing.
The death was the talk of the town,
naturally a murder, right here in
Gulfport. And the victim, a young
female, somehow made it worse.
Female victims always seem to draw
more attention, and young ones even
more. It's almost like their age and
gender elevate the story to another
level, to tabloid material. Salacious
material, even. Was she raped, too?
But then, some people have the
opposite reaction. My God! That could
have been my daughter.
The word had started spreading
on Friday, long before anyone really
knew anything just a few key words:
a car, the marina and, later, a body.
But it was enough to keep the rumor
mill running. Like in small towns
everywhere, word of mouth can be
just as efficient as any newspaper.
Then yesterday, the Times had
provided a name for the victim, and
the talk became even more intense.
Have you heard? Bianca Calderon,
poor thing. How awful. So young.
Did you know her? And, of course,
How did this happen? In quiet little
Gulfport?
Jeremy had seen small knots ofpeople
on the sidewalk all day yesterday,
and he knew what they were talking
about. At least half a dozen of them
had stuck their head in his shop door
to find out if he had heard anything.
He hadn't, he told them. Only what
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he read in the newspaper.
Some people knew her, of course -
not as a customer, necessarily, but as
one of the young people who would
hang around the downtown and the
beach area, at times. She was too
young to drink, so she didn't frequent
the bars. And she didn't shop in the
shops or eat in the restaurants, as far
as Jeremy knew probably because
she didn't have the money.
He looked at her picture again. She
wasn't quite pretty, he decided; she
was a little too rough around the
edges, too unpolished. To Jeremy, the
photo suggested someone who had
already been through too much in
her young life. He wondered what her
story was; everybody has a story.
Her eyes were nice, though, blue in
the color photo and still optimistic and
eager, as they should be in someone
that age. Another life, he began, but
couldn't bring himself to finish the
thought.
Today's story provided some
tentative information from the county
coroner preliminary information,
apparently. It appeared that she
had been strangled, that her body
had only been in the water for a few
hours, and that, pending an autopsy,
the estimated time of death was
sometime late Thursday evening.
That dovetailed with what her father
said: she had come home from her job
on Thursday, had eaten something,
then had changed clothes and gone
out for the evening. She almost
always went out in the evening. She
had not returned and her bed had not
been slept in.
Unfortunately, her father had more
to say about her, too, painting a
picture of his daughter that was less
than flattering. In fact, he described
her as wild and out of control, a
burden he had had to carry since the
death of her mother 7 years earlier.
"I couldn't do a thing with her," he
was quoted as saying. "I should have
thrown her out when she turned 18."


So much for fatherly love, Jeremy
thought cynically. He actually felt
sorry for the girl, losing her mother
so early, then the one person who
should have been in her corner
wasn't. No wonder she looked a bit
rough, he thought. I'll bet her father
drinks, too.
There was one more piece of new
information in the story: the girl
would have been wearing a piece of
jewelry around her neck, a locket,
and it was missing. According to
her father, the locket had belonged
to her mother and Bianca wore it
all the time. The locket was gold,
and heart-shaped, and contained a
picture of her mother, one that the
girl had put in the locket herself.
The storywrapped up by saying that
Gulfport police were investigating
the crime, now officially classified
as a homicide, and they asked
that anyone with any information
about the locket, about Bianca's
whereabouts on Thursday night,
or with any other information that
might be helpful call the Gulfport
police or the CrimeStoppers hot
line.
Jeremy refolded the newspaper and
tossed it aside, disgusted somehow
with the story and, especially, with
the whiny, self-pitying tone of the
girl's father. Another good case for
vasectomies, he thought.
Lost in his annoyance, Jeremy
was startled when Sam pushed the
door to his shop open and stuck her
head in.
"Any work today?" she called out.
"No, sorry, not today," he
answered.
"Okay," she said, "maybe
tomorrow." Then she laughed, as
she always did. "N-ah-ha-ha-ha-ha-
a-a."
Jeremy shook his head as he
watched her return to her three-
wheeled bicycle, climb on and ride
off.
She may be the only person in
town, he thought, who isn't thinking
about this murder today. It must be
nice to be that innocent.

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: A
look at Jeremy's life


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Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 7/13
Stolen Vehicle- 5100 Block of 14th
Ave. So.
Domestic Verbal- 5600 Block of 27th
Ave So.
Burglary Alarm- 4700 Block of Coro-
nado Way So.
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Theft- 5000 Block of Gulfport Blvd.
So.
Trespasser- 1500 Block of 52nd St.
So.
Crim. Mis/False Imprisonment-
5000 Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Accident with Injuries- 2100 Block
of 55th St. So.
Saturday 7/14
Trouble with Individual- 5400


Block of 20th Ave. So.
Trouble with Individual- 3000
Block of 49th St. So.
Theft- 5200 Block of 11th Ave. So.
Suspicious Person- 5000 Block of
Gulfport Blvd. So.
Narcotics/Drugs- Beach Pavilion.
Trouble with Individual- 3000
Block of 49th St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 2800
Block of Beach Blvd. So.
Hit & Run- 5600 Block of 30th Ave.
So.
Reckless Driver- 2600 Block of 54th
St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 5400
Block of Shore Blvd. So.
Trouble with Individual- 4900
Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Trouble with Individual- 1400
Block of 49th St. So.
Drunk Driver- 1400 Block of 59th
St. So.
Burglary- 5000 Block of Newton Ave.
So.
Domestic Verbal- 4700 Block of Bay-
wood Pt. Dr. So.
Burglary Alarm- 6309 Block of Gulf-
port Blvd. So..
Monday 7/16
Trouble with Individual- 406
Block of 12th Ave. So.


GULFPORT


LITTLE LEAGUE-

Closing Ceremonies and 2008 Elections of Officiers
Saturday
August 11th
4-7pm @ Lum Atkinson Field

Please submit your nominations for officers
no later that August 8th

S by mail: Gulfport Little League
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by phone: Bruce 327-7383
Mike 321-1084

by email: bruce@gulfportlittleleague.net
president@gulfportlittleleague.net


Trouble with Individual- 5400
Block of Shore Blvd. So.
Burglary Alarm- 6100 Block of 10th
Ave. So.
Theft- 1500 Block of 53rd St. So.
Theft- 5300 Block of 21st Ave. So.
Drunk Person- 5600 Block of 27th
Ave. So.
Tuesday 7/17
Domestic Verbal- 5700 Block of 18th
Ave. So.
Noise Complaint- 2800 Block of Tif-
ton St. So.
Soliciting- 1400 Block of 56th St. So.
Hit & Run- 4900 Block of Tangerine
Ave. So.
Burglary/Simple Battery- 3000
Block of 50th St. So.
Narcotics/Drugs- 1400 Block of 49th
St. So.
Wednesday 7/18
Domestic Verbal- 5700 Block of 18th
Ave. So.
Domestic Battery- 5500 Block of
Newton Ave. So.
Trouble with Individual- 4900
Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Domestic Verbal- 1200 Block of
Gray St. So.
Drunk -Driver- 4900 Block of 10th
Ave. So.
Thursday 7/19
Trouble with Individual- 5400
Block of Shore Blvd. So.
Domestic Verbal- 2600 Block of 45th
St. So.
Criminal Mischief- 5400 Block of
30th Ave. So.
Burglary- 5100 Block of 15th Ave.
So.
Drunk Person- 3100 Block of Beach
Blvd. So.
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
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By Morgan Landis

When I lived in Ohio I gained
most of my weight during the
winter. I'd then work my butt
of during spring to be ready for
the summer bathing suit season.
Since I've moved to Florida I no-
ticed I gained my weight during
the summer- because it's just way
too hot to do anything outside-
and then have to get in shape
during the winter for the spring
tourist season.
So right about now is the perfect
time to get someone to kick me
into gear. The problem with me,
is that there are very few people
who can do that. I hate exercis-
ing. I love to go out and play bas-
ketball or softball, but do not ever
ask me to go to the gym doing the
same thing, the same repetitions,
at the same time every week.
Luckily though, there is someone
out there that can help me.
His name is Jimmy Norato.
Jimmy has been a personal train-
er for 25 years. He's been in Flor-
ida for most of them, with a place
on St. Pete Beach for 14 years. He
has now been the owner of Pasa-
dena Personal Trainer for the last
year and half. And he has been an
inspiration and lifesaver to many
of his clients.
"It's fun, and it's not boot camp,
but we do get the job done," said
Jimmy. His program consists of
12 sessions for $225. While most
classes are in the morning or
early afternoon, the schedule is
completely flexible, so the client
is able to say what day and what
time he can make it (which is
perfect for me since I never know
when a story may be).
He starts out with a sit down
consultation where you discuss
what your goals are and what
you can do to get there, including
nutritional advice. The work out
sessions aren't one-on-one most of
the time, but it's not a huge gym
so you get plenty of attention.
The workouts are both tradi-
tional and nontraditional, with
focus on balance, flexibility and
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Jimmy Norato, owner and trainer of Pasadena Personal Trainer, shows off his boxing


(and muscles) in the gym.
strength, and lasts, roughly an
hour. The best, and most excit-
ing part,ofthis workout regimen,
is tbat clients never do the same
workout twici. Each session fo-
cuse on different pay to get
your muscles' working:' one ;day
is boxing, another running in the
san~, and a"hother day could be
lifting weights. The 'gym alone
has ,o much character and color,
that I couldn't stop staring at ev-
erything.
"No one gets bored," Jimmy
laughs. It's true. The walls are
covered with inspirational re-
minders like 'If you're trying to
lose, skip the booze' or a graf-
fiti looking sign turning Dunken
Don ts into Dunken DoNOTS.
Thele is also a chalkboard full of
accomplishments and goals of the
clients to help people stay focused
on their goals.
"A lot of people come in here only
doing five push ups, and leave do-
ing 50," said Jimmy. He was talk-
ing about his client, a 50 year old
woman, who now can do 50 push
ups. I'm half her age, and I can't
even do five. It looks like I need
his help. Luckily his gym is very
Paid Aedvertisement


female friendly. His clients range
from college athletes to special
Olympians to little old ladies and
beginners who've never touched a
weight.
Pasadena Personal Trainer is
definitely not one of those com-
mercialized chain gyms that are
, more meat market than making
muscles. the meatheads with
muscles bigger than your head
don't come here, which is good be-
cause that could be a little intimi-
dating. People from all walks and
ages come here, so it has a friend-
ly attitude with friendly people,
all working out for the same goal:
to live a long healthy life.
So now it's about time for me to
head to the gym, and I hope to see
you there!

Pasadena
Personal Trainer

6981 Sunset Drive South
(near South Pasadena City Hall)

Jimmy Norato

(727) 344-7546








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Security Deposit Required, 813-240-4314.
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$1350/Mo. & Security. Non Smoking. 727-398-
7811.
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452-8008, FIVE TOWNS ACTION REALTY.
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$1049/Mo. Owner/Broker 727-866-1781.
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References 727-219-5809
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OR 1BR/1BA 55+ Furnished Condo. $650/
MO. Call 727-686-3506.
GULFPORT DUPLEX-Big Porch, 2BR/1BA,
CHA. Ceiling fans. $775/Mo. 1st, last & secu-
rity. Smoke free, small pet negotiable, WSG
included, Available Now. 727-424-6085.
CONDO 2/1-Furnished or Unfurnished. Gym,
Security, Pool, BBQ and Volley Ball Court. Near
275 and Bayway $850/Mo. 727-321-0191.
ART DISTRICT-- Steps to Beach. Mul-
tiple Condos. All Completely Renovated. No
Pets.1BR/1BA Furnished, Utilities w/Internet
Access Included. $1300/Mo. $750/Sec. Dep.
or Unfurnished, Water Included $900/Mo.
$700 Sec. Dep. 2BR/1BA Unfurnished, Water
Included, $1150/Mo, $750 Sec. Dep. 2BR/2BA
Unfurnished, Water Included, $1500/Mo,
$1000 Sec. Dep. PROFORMANCE MGMT.
727-343-3583.
5925 FAIRFIELD AVE SO. #4- 2BR/1 BA, C/
H/A, Tile Throughout, WST Inlcuded. $725/Mo.
Broderick & Associates, Inc. 727-544-1403.
www. broderickrealty.com
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1BR UNFURNISHED APT.- Waterview, 1
Block from Beach, Across from Veterans Park.
$600/Mo. & Security, W/G/S Included. Avail-
able Now, 2nd Floor 727-409-9984 Days, 727-.
327-1646 Evenings.
TREASURE ISLAND- 11760 Capri Circle.
Large 1/1, & Large 2/2, Pool, Dock, Sauna,
Small Pets OK. Waterfront. $875-$1150/Mo.
727-367-3100.
FOR LEASE OR SALE-Large SPB 1BR Apt.,
New Everything. Steps to Beach. W/S7T/C
Paid. $850. 727-363-3050.
1400 SF HOME- 3BR/1BA/1cg, Hardwood
Floors throughout except Kitchen & Dining
Area. Screened Porch & Fenced Back Yard.
Pet Friendly with Landlords Approval. $1100/
Mo. Call Tom, 727-639-3006. CHARLES
RUTENBERG REALTY. INC.
3060 CLINTON ST. SO.- 1 Block from Beach.
Upstairs Apt., 2BR/1.5BA, New Paint, W/D,
Dishwasher. 1300SF. $925/Mo. $600 Sec.
727-328-1992.
KEY WEST STYLE- Upstairs & Downstairs
Duplex, 2BR/1BA, Available 7/15. Over 1000
SF. $900/Mo. Inlcudes Water & Electric. 727-
432-7227.
GULFPORT UNFURNISHED 1BR APT. Near
Stetson, 29th Ave. So., Clean, No Pets, 727-
729-0385.
SUNSET BEACH- 1 Block to Beach. Nice
1BR/1BA Condo on Water. New Appliances
and Carpet, Fishing Dock. $750/Mo. Joel, 727-
251-0350.
WATERFRONT CONDO-In 3 Palms Point.
2BR/2BA, 5th Floor, Covered Parking, Cable
TV, 24-Hr. Security, Heated Pool. Annual Lease
Only. No Pets. Available Immediately. $1,200/
Mo. Call 727-367-9052 or 813-766-7172.
HOME FOR RENT-2BR/1 BA, Large Screened
Porch, Fenced Yard, W/D, $875/Mo. plus $700
Security. Steps to Gulfport, Pets Ok, Credit
Check, Ready to move in! 4691 Yarmouth Ave.
-S. S.P. 727-510-9190.
3/2 NICE HOME- Nice Street, Fenced Yard,
Screened Porch, Central A/C,, Carport, Pets
OK. 726 Gray St. So., Gulfport. $1200/Mo. Call
305-975-0840.
1 BLOCK FROM STETSON-2BR/2BA House.
Garage, Large Yard, CHA, Available 8/1/07 12/
Mo. Lease, $1000/MO. 1 st/last/Security Refer-
ences 727-642-1177.


OLD N.E. ST. PETE
2Br/2Ba Home on great street. w/w
carpeting, w/d, 1Cg, open floor
plan, CHA, fenced backyard.
106 20th Ave. N. $1225/mo. $800 '
Security, Non Smoker preferred,
pet negotiable. 727-385-3297


WAVE CONDO lbr/lba Pool side 6th fir. balcony, SPA, laundry $650.00
CHILDS PARK 4br/1.5 ba Charming CHA 2 story home with room $1095.00
MEL-TAN Close to shopping 3br/lba CHA $795 2br/lba Upper apt $535.00
WILDWOOD HEIGHTS 3br 1.5ba updated fresh paint & new carpet $895.00
SHORE ACRES 3br/2ba 2 car gar. New carpet dining & living rooms $1195.00
LAKE MAGGIORE VIEW 2br/lba updated 'itche, bath & carpet $795.00
VIEW ALL OUR RENTALS ONLINE @ WWW.REXRENTALS.COM
3R'CX Rentals & Realty, Inc.


CHARMING 1 BR COTTAGE-Gulfport Art Dis-
trict. Private Courtyard. New Kitchen, Bath,
Tile Floors. Non-Smoking, Cat/Small Dog OK.
$675/Mo. 327-1384, 204-5641.
GULFPORT-ENCHANTING 3BR HOUSE-
With Lovely Oversized Lot near Veterans Park
and Gulfports waterfront District. $1100/Mo.
Plus Utilities, Use of Detatched Screened
Room and Studio Space Negotiable Dan
Yingst Realty 727-321-5258.
HOUSES FOR RENT-3BR/1BA, 10213 114th
Terr. Largo. Available 8/1, $1050/Mo. 3BR/
2BA, 2006 23rd St. S. Available 9/1 $980/Mo.
3BR/1 BA 974 23rd Ave. S. Available 8/1 $980/
Mo. Section 8 Taken 727-692-9826.
ST. PETE HOUSE- 3BR/1BA, CHA, W/D
Hookup. $850/Mo. $850 Deposit. Background
Check. Section 8 OK. 2532 10th Ave. So. 727-
804-2701.

MOVE-IN SPECIAL
Gulfport Beach Cottage 3038 56th St. S., 2Br./
1Ba., 1-Block from water. $1100 per mo. $100
Off first months rent. Stuart 727-215-9720.
S. PASADENA CONDO-2BR/2BA, Balcony,
Beautiful 6 floor View of Boca Ciega Bay. Cov-
ered Parking,.W/D $995/Mo. 727-417-9584.

BERMUDA BAY
Temporary Housing? Vacation Rental? Annual
Lease? Furnished 1BR/1BA, Newly Painted,
Carpeted. Washer, Waterview, Private Beach,
Pools, Tennis. From $895/Mo. 727-343-4844.
1 BEDROOM APT.-5877 Fairfield Ave. S.
$525/Mo. Plus Security and Credit Check. No
Pets/Children. Large Rooms & Closet. 727-
344-8541.
GREAT CONDOS FOR RENT 55+- Many
Now Available. Call 452-8008, Frank Dona-
hue, FIVE TOWNS ACTION REALTY.
HISTORIC KENWOOD FOUR-PLEX- Large
Renovated 2BR's Available. 1380 SF, 2nd Floor
$1150/Mo. 1330 SF, Bottom Floor, $1100/Mo.
For Pics & Details Contact 727-324-3965 or
727-692-3401.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-Large House,
4BR/3BA, Hardwood Floors and Ceramic tile
Bath, Beautifully Landscaped. $1700/Mo +Se-
curity. 2413 54th St. S. Available Aug. 1st, Sec
8 Ok. 727-327-9578.
TOWN SHORES- 2BR/2BA Furnished Con-
do, 55+, 2nd Floor Corner Unit, Secure Build-
ing, Pool,' $800/Mo., Six Month Minimum. 727-
455-7787.
LIGHT & BRIGHT- Large 2BR Corner Condo.
55+, Neat & Clean. Reasonable Rent. Call
Frank Donahue, FIVE TOWNS ACTION RE-
ALTY, 452-8008.
S. PASADENA CHATEAU-2BR/2BA, Balcony,
Waterfront, Pool, Spa, Sauna, Fitness Center,
Newly Painted, Covered Parking $1200/Mo.
(Unfurnished). 727-347-0909.
FREE MOVER-LUXURY 55+- Waterfront, All
New, 960 sq. ft. 1/1, Gated, Resort Style Liv-
ing. 727-542-9733.


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GULFPORT MARINA WATERFRONT- 2BR/
2BA, C/H/A, W/D, DW, Fully Furnished, Con-
crete Parking. Pet Friendly. Available Aug &
Sept. $400/Weekly, $1100/Monthly. 727-328-
0203.
1 BEDROOM DUPLEX 2210 53rd St. So.
$675/Mo. $500 Security, includes w/s/g, 727-
452-5942.
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 be Based Solely upon Advertisements.
Before you Decide, Ask Us to Send You Free
Written Information about our Qualifications
and Experience."
1760 QUEEN ST. S.-St. Pete. 3BR/1BA, CHA,
Kitchen Appliances and Maintenance Includ-
ed. $980/Mo. For More Information Call 727-
692-6772.
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.
VILLAGES ATTIERRA VERDE- 2/2 Top Floor
Corner, H20 View, Pool, Tennis, Fitness, Gat-
ed, $1400/Mo. Ed, 727-866-7350.
CHARMING 1BR GULFPORT HOME- Spa-
cious Duplex. Footsteps to Beach, Restau-
rants. Private & Quiet, Shaded Yard, Hardwood
Floors. $695/Mo. Avrio, 727-776-7772.


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.
ATTENTION! LOOK LOOK LOOK- Room for
Rent, Tile Floors, New Carpet. 727-344-0509.
FEMALE TO SHARE MY-Gulfport Home.
$125 Weekly Plus Deposit, Utilities Included.
Now Available. Please Call Karen at 727-239-,
2176.
ROOMMATE WANTED-Male/Female. Fur-
nished Room, Quiet Neighborhood, Utilities
Included. $400/Mo. $150 Deposit. No Smoking
& Drug Free. 344-5206 or 813-927-7885


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Advertising?
Call Gina at

Gibber
321-6965
Deadline Tues. 5pm


SICK & TIRED OF TAXES- Insurance and
Hurricanes? Or just miss the family & grand-
children elsewhere? I can buy your home, no
hassels, offers within 24 hours. Call Daniel at
727-365-7247.
CASH FOR HOUSES- Any Condition, Any
Situation. 800-280-3509.
Thepropertyjunction.com
FACING FORCLOSURE?- Need to Sell Fast?
I can buy your home and get you cash or lease
it back to you if you want to stay. Call for an
offer within 24 hours. Mr. Joshua, 727-365-
8802.
Gabber July 26 August 1, 2007


OPEN SUNDAY 1-4P.M.- 1517 59th St. So.
3BR/2BA & Den. Recently Updated, 4 Blocks
from Stetson College. Michael Schaeffer, PA,
Realtor, REALTY RESOURCES, 727-409-
1347.
OPEN SAT. 11-1P.M. GREAT PRICE!-1201
72 St. No. Azalea Area. 3BR/1 BA, New Wood
Floors, Family Room and Large Screen room.
Deep Fenced lot 60 x 176. $169,000 LuAnn
Posthoff, WARE R. E. 727-439-5511.
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4P.M.- Town Shores Man-
chester Bldg., 5925 Shore Blvd. So. Unit 114.
2BR/2BA, Completely Updated. Waterfront.
$212,000. Michael Schaffer, PA, Realtor, RE-
ALTY RESOURCES. 727-409-1347.
GULFPORT 2BR/1BA BUNGALOW-Great
S. Pasadena/Stetson Area. 6315 10th Ave. S.
$159,000. Fri/Sat/Sun 11-2. Lana McDonald
Realtor MARIE POWELL 727-776-2262.
ST. PETE 3BR/2BA/2CG-Plus Den. Dou-
ble Corner Lot, Updated, 5255 2nd Ave. S.
$179,000. Sunday 2-4pm. Lana McDonald
727-776-2262 Marie Powell.
PASADENA OPEN HOUSE- Sunday 1-4
2BR/2BA./1, New carpet, New Paint, Large
Lot, Greenhouse, Seperate cottage or work-
shop with 1/2ba. $239,900. 6629 Pointsetta
Ave. S. (Off Park Circle near trail)


Monterey Place
Nestled in the heart of St. Petersburg at
4003 5th Ave. N., discover these
fabulous brand-new townhomes from
the low 200s. You are invited to our
open house Thurs. Sun. 1-4 or call
Carol for a private showing.

Carol Claudon 727-631-6630
Premier Group Realty, Inc



TOWNHOME ST. PETERSBURG- 3BR/
2.5BA, 1345 sq. ft. Corner Unit with Waterview
of Small Pon. Gated Community with Pool.
-Minutes from Downtown, Interstate and USE
Move-In Condition. $195,000. Call for Appt.
727r709-5503 or 727-515-5003.
BAY ISLAND CONDO-1 BR/1 BA, Pool/Open
SWater View. 55+, $139,900.727-687-6945.


GATED WEST SHORE VILLAGE- 1 or 2BR
. Condos w/Garages. No Stairs. Close to Ev-
erything. Great Prices. Call Marilyn, 727-543-
3575. C21 SUNSHINE.


New Listing
Open Sun. 1.4
Five Towns Condo Community
8108 Terrace Garden #101
VILLA/CONDO. 1st floor, like a residential home.
Over 1800 htd. Sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, bonus rm. Built-in's. This is
a "must see" property. Lg. patio, great view. Steps to pool/community
bldg., lake/fountain. Carport. $229,000 new price
New Listing
Seminole Yacht Club Estates Imperial Point
Pool home. 3 bed, 2 bath 2 car gar, 2156 htd. Sq. ft. Some updates:
A/C, paint, carpet, PVC fence, landscaping, stanek windows, sliders to
pool. Lg. rooms, open floor plan. $319,900-new price
TIERRA VERDE
Price Adjustment
GREAT VALUEI New kitchen, ceramic, carpet, wood laminate floors. 2
bed/2 bath. Balcony w/wet bar, new floor, storage, stairs to pool.
Minutes to 1-275. $249,00
SHERYL MANOR
Great area 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car garage. Lg. master w/bath and Ig.
walk-in closet. Ceramic and new wood laminate floors. Tile roof. New
landscaping. Close to Mall, restaurants, 10 minutes to 1-275. $264,000
KIWANIS PARK
NEW PRICE
Peaceful view of park. 3 bed/2 bath, updated kitchen, flooring.
Large tile, new carpet. Pool, fenced, alley access. 2 sheds, 1
workshop, a/c. cable, roadrunner. $174,9000
South St. Pete
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Doreen Duvall Flood P.A.
727-481-8200
S Keller Williams Realty


BOCA CIEGA WATERFRONT- Gorgeous
view, Nearly 1/2 Acre. 4751 S. Baywood Point
Dr. 4BR/2BA Home. Will Consider All Offers.
Rent-To-Own Available. 800-330-8184.






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, 1st 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., newer
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, PA., 727-422-7799
Tierra Verde Realty, Inc.
3510 41st Ave. S., Bldg. 27, Apt. 166 $92,500
1BR, 1BA, 1st Floor, 825 sq. ft:, new carpet,
washer & dryer. Charyl Gangel, 643-1183, Re/Max Preferred


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TOWN SHORES
Eton #307 1/1, Just Reduced
Fabulous buy at $115,900
Eton #101 2/2, end unit, anxious seller
make offer $174,900

Weichert Kelly Hunter
Realiors 727-768-1939
Credential


CONDO ONLY $59,500!- 55+ Community,
2BR/1BA, Newer C/H/A, Windows, Roof, Paint
& Plumbing. Screened Back Porch w/Private
Laundry Area. Buyers must have 35% Down-
payment/No Leasing. Call, Lari Averbeck,
AMBRECHT & ASSOC. 823-4300.
4501 3RD AVE.. NO.- 1578 Sq. Ft., 3BR/1BA,
Open Plan, Concrete Block, No Flood Zone,
Carpet/Ceramic Tile, C/H/A, Remodeled in'
2004, Fenced Back Yard, Double Corner Lot,
Alley Access. $222,500.813-477-2367.
NEW 3BR/2BA/1.5CG- Large Porch on Large
Lot. Reduced to $169,900. 1783 45th St. So.
727-458-7710.


TOTALLY REMODELED 3BR/2BA- 21st Ave.
So: In Desirable Gulfport. $219,000 Must See
This One! Possible Owner Financing. Karen
Eisenbrei, 727-424-8774, WEICHERT REAL-
TORS CREDENTIAL.
TOWNSHORES BUCKINGHAM-8th Floor,
w/balcony Over water view. 2BR/2BA New
Kitchen w/ Granite counters, New CHA, Bath-
rooms, and Carpeting $250,000. 813-380-
2992 or 813-251-4101
1BR/1BA WINDJAMMER- 1400 Gandy Blvd.
Unit 1203, 615sq.ft. All Ages, Pool, W/D, Pets,
$81,500. Open House Sunday, 7/29, 1-3 pm.
Call 727-546-9296 or 727-239-1119


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JUST REDUCED! $75,900
St. Petersburg 1 Br/1Ba condo, 55+ community
Gulfport Rental 2/2 $975/mo.
New Listing Marina Area $248,000


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


Beach Living or Business Investment, GuItort Has It!
3037 57th ST. S.
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mcr, AC, exteitor paint,
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"The Experience Advantage"
Cel 727-344-0716
E-mail: Rod@RodneyKltde,cos
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1800 Sq, foot mrnme#rlAt builtding
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Nestled in the heart of St. Petersburg at
4003 5th Ave. N., discover these
fabulous brand-new townhomes from
the low 200s. You are invited to our
open house Thurs. Sun. 1-4 or call
Carol for a private showing.
Carol Claudon 727-631-6630
Premier Group Realty, Inc






MARINA VIEW TOWN SHORES
JAMISON #104 1/1 deluxe 1st floor. Renovated: Truly a
doll house. $139,900.
AVALON (206 1Br standard, turnkey, pet friendly $139,000
AVALON #102 1st floor 2/2 deluxe renovated $179,000
DOVER #405 2/2 Standard, move-in ready, pet friendly
$169,000
WATERFRONT TOWN SHORES
New Listing: HAMPTON #2051Br Deluxe, new
windows, pool at fingertips. Great Buy $149,000
LANCASTER #507 2/2 standard, many upgrades,
remodeled. $167,000
EMBASSY #7071/1.5 absolutely beautiful. Pet friendly
$245,000
FAIRFAX #205 2/2 s5araard. new
kilcrien beauliful, waterview
pel Inendly $169,000
NOTTINGHAM #611 IBrdelu-e.
bonus room. gorgeous views.
S169,900
LANCASTER #509, I B delue
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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
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"Your Relationship Realtor"
Cell 727-686-3767
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TROPICAL PARADISE GULFPORT-Poo
Home. 3/2/1, 1600+ sf, 6220 7th Ave. So., Re
duced to $299,000. Diane Chandler, 727-410
5611, CHARLES RUTENBERG REALTY.
FOR SALE BY OWNER- 458 81st Ave. S1
Pete Beach. 7 Rooms, 2BR/2BA, Newer Til(
Roof, Newer AC & Heat Pump, Terrazo Unde
Carpet, $325,000. 727-360-2140 or 708-442
8989.
ST. PETE GREAT VALUE-Eagle Crest Poo
Home. New Roof and Appliances with Hom(
Warranty $280,000 Call Kyle SSI REALT4
727-417-9584.


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GULFPORT ART DISTRICT
New Listing 2508 51st Street
South 2/bdrms/lba masonry w/
laminate fl( r appl. Roof,
CH/A, land o white vinyl fence.
Priced right- 179,900

2507 54th Street South 2bdrrn/1 ba
Old florida charmer.Newer kitch & bath,
Sausalito tile 1 car garge. Shaded by
huge florida oaks, Alley access. New
Price 199,900

MARINA DISTRICT
New listing 4804 29th Avenue-
South 3bdrm/2ba, 1 car garg. Over

more! 275,000 Available for lease
Aug 1st -1800/mo

Water View!
New Listing. 4629 29th Avenue
South. 3bdrms/2ba with deck
overlooking Gulfport Marina. Built 2002


to conform to FEMA regs. car garage &
1 carport. 565,000

STETSON DISTRICT
6137 9th Avenue South Home +
income 3bdrm/2ba masonry home
w/terrazzo fis. Plus 1 bdrm/ 1 ba apt.
over 2 car garage New Price 265,000

CONDOS
Golden Sands 55+ complex
4902 31st Ave. # 111 Gulfport's best
kept secret! lbdrm/lba water view. 55+
complex new price 95,500 Also available
for rent annually at 700.00 per month

TOWN SHORES 55+ COMPLEX

Dover Bldg 3114 59th St. S #214
Open Sunday 1-4 PM
Beautiful marina views 2bdrm/2ba
comer unit Dover Newer Appliances &
CH/A Spectacular views of Town Shores
Marina. pets allowed. Best Price Ever
199,000


uuctungnam Duou anure Dmvu.
#512 Waterfront
West comer unit with spectacular water
views. Wrap around balcony, storm
shutters. Washer & dryer in unit. Under
bldg. parking. Boat slips available.
Unbelievable sunsets! New price -
359,000

ST. PETERSBURG
New Listing 6258 6th Avenue
South Don't miss this one.1500+ sq. ft.
2bdrms 2 ba masonry w/vaulted
ceilings, terrazzo fls and lots of updating
249,900

5029 Burlington Ave. Oak Ridge
Sub -Enchanting cottage Open
Sunday 1-4PM
2bdrm/lba masonry w/ newer kitch &
tile throughout. Den could be office or
3rd bedrm. Great back porch and
delightful garden. New Price 189,900
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Available Immediately

Chateau Towers, So. Pasadena
Spacious 1Br/1.5Ba, all amenities
900/mo. Annual
727-347-1535
tarcoux Realt,


Tierra Verde Townhouse:
Immaculate! 2Br/2.5Ba, over 2000 sq. ft.,
fireplace, large garage, 2 balconies. $299,900
Beau Monde on the Gulf:
Spacious 2Br/2Ba, across Dolphin Village
ready to move in, all amenities, fully
furnished. $499,900


HISTORIC KENWOOD
2231 8th Ave N. House on 1 1/2 lots,
2BR/1BA, huge yard, close to 275, great
neighborhood! ML$ #7268779, $189,000

NORTH ST. PETE
1425 38th Ave N. 2BR/BA/1 CG, cute
house, remodeled, new kitchen, alley
access, only $125,000, MLS #7258053




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with Excellent View. Bill Sampson, R. W.
CALDWELL, REALTY, INC. 321-1212.
3BR MUST SEE!- Brand New Central H/A, To-
tally Updated, Washer & Dryer, 5131 14th Ave.
So. $125,000, 656-5223.


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4819 Coronado Way S. (btw 29 & 30 Ave)
Just reduced to $161,9001 Steps to
marina, this attractive 2 bedroom has
beautiful Mexican tile, plus a wonderful
Fla. room, detached garage and intricate
backyard! Don't miss this super deal!!!
NEW LISTING: 4926 10th Ave. S.
$149,900 You'll love the beautiful
workmanship with just completed: roof,
central H/A, floors, deck, siding, windows,
carpet, fixtures! A real doll house and
priced right!
4811 Coronado Way S. Great opportu-
nity to own both! Masonry, garage, central
H/A, FL. room, steps to marina! $239,000
Possible "owner financing"!
5709 & 11 21st Ave. S. SOLD
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
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! $125,000
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!
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MARINA WATERFRONT
SView is Spectacular 2nd floor lBr deluxe fully furnished w/electric shutters,
covered parking, laundry same floor, steps to pool............... $157,500

AVAILABLE LISTINGS
Waterfront Lovers Be Sure to See This 1Br deluxe w/parking at door. New
carpeting, kitchen cabinets, appliances and new full bath.............. $165,000
IdePark At Door IBr Deluxe w/laundry same floor. Seller will consider
allowance towards new carpet. A steal at ..................................... $124,900
The Time To Buy is Now! IBr Deluxe, updated, modern furnishings, plus new
A/C. Overlooks 1 of 4 pools. This is a must see............................. $130,000
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 WATERFRONT
Ideal Location IBr fully furnished deluxe with carport. Convenient laundry same
floor. Relaxing view of marina. Steps to active clubhouse. Easy walk to beach ..
................................................................................................................... $ 12 5 ,0 00

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
sm all pet. .......................................................................................... $324,900
Invest In YourFuture Now! West corner overlooking bay & gulf possible
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for washer/dryer. You'll love the privacy and the sensational view of sailboats,
I sunsets and playful dolphins, kitty accepted. Seller will also consider trade of
I your home, condo or land, or may accept short term mortgage. Priced realisti-
cally at .............. .. ................................. $360,000
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I furnished w/carport. No smoking Available November
Annual Rental Waterfront lBr Deluxe furnished w/carport no smoking,
available December ................................... $800 mo.
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HANDYPERSON- Part Time on Call. Must
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$150 & UP! WE BUY CARS- Running or Not.
Cash Paid. Free Pickup. 328-8004
$170 & UP
Paid For Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. Title or Not.
727-458-7710.
1984 CHEVY EL CAMINO-Clean Body and
Interior. See to Appreciate, $10,000 727-481-
8280.
1992 LINCOLN TOWNCAR -Original Owner,
Excellent Condition, Leather Interior, Iced
Cold Air, Body Like New, White, Lost Spouse,
Must Sell. $3500.727-278-8157.
1992 SUBARU WAGON- 165K, Runs, $400.
727-744-6186.
2004 TERRY DAKOTA-Travel Trailer, 23 Ft.,
Excellent Condition, Lite Fiberglass, Loaded,
Queen Bed, A/C, Awning, $8,750. 727-599-
7938.
ALL JUNK VEHICLES WANTED- Cars$
Trucks$, Vans$ Complete or Parts, Running/
Not. FAST CASH, FAST PICKUP. Call Now for
Prices. 727-327-4891.
MOTOR HOME 1998 CHALLENGER 34'-
Excellent Condition, 34K Miles. New Awning,
New Brakes. $23,000.727-480-1960.
4 TIRES AND RIMS- 17", 5 lugs, Brand New,
727-743-0701
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Come See Tom Today!
727-323-AUTO
350 34th St. S. St. Pete FL



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


REMODELING- MUST SELL- Sectional Cof-
fee Table, Chair, Sofa Bed, Lamps, Artwork,
Etc. 727-343-7921.
STAINLESS STEEL GE-Refrigerator and
Stove with Range Hood. Less Than 2 Years
Old, $1000. Also Shed 10"x10" w/Electric
$700 452-3150
DINING ROOM TABLE W/4 CHAIRS Bev-
eled Top, $150, Kitchen Island on Castors,
$50, Loveseat & Wingback Chair $125, All in
Excellent Condition, Queen Size Mattress &
Box Spring, $75. Call 727-239-6922.
PUT YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $8 per is-
sue. Call 321-6965.
KENMORE UPRIGHT FREEZER- $75. 5
years old. 727-522-5454 or 727-463-1506
HEAD BOARD DRESSER, MIRROR- $50.
Single Chest, $25. Queen Mattress & Box
Spring, $50. Single Mattress, $25. 443-799-
0977.


PINBALL MACHINE Target Alpha, Good
Condition, $300. 727-343-1674.
METAL SHED-Arrow 10x10, New in Box,
Floor Kit & Anchor Kit. $200.343-4558.
GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For
Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.
ROYAL PALMS CEMETERY- 58th St. So.
Crypt, Marker & Casket. $6500.703-855-0832
or 727-347-9723.
FILL DIRT FREE-Clean, Easy Access on
Driveway in Gulfport. 321-5258.
100'S OF WINDOWS- White, Aluminum,
Bronze & Bathrooms, Aluminum Awnings. We
Make & Re-Screen Screens. 5481 Haines Rd.,
St. Pete. 727-526-1494.
COMPLETE SET- 10, Collector Plates, Leg-
endary Ships of the Sea, Royal Cornwall Ltd.
Antique Oval Library Table, Fine Arts Sterling
"Tranquility" 8 Place Settings. Extra Pieces.
727-347-8882.
OTHER WORLDS
METAPHYSICAL SHOP
11 Years in Area. Jewelry, Books, Incense,
Drums, Harps, Flutes, Bagpipes, Sitars &
More. Tuesday-Saturday, 10-6, 722 Pasadena
Ave. So., 345-2800.'
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50" FLAT SCREEN TV- Perfect Condition.
Reasonable. 727-347-6598.


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TWIN JOHNSON OUTBOARDS- 225HP,
1988's, Run Good. Any reasonable offer ac-
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We Want


1989 Carver Montego
25'Cruiser(28.5 Overhaul. 9.6" Beam
5.7 Mercruiser/Alpha 1 Outdrive
Repowered 1/06
C/H/A, new 7/06
6 Gal Hot Water Heater 1/07
Jensen Stereo w/CD & Remote
Recently Re-Upholstered
Camper Canvas Depth Sounder
Aft Cabin Transom Shower
Full Head w/Shower
Galley Windless Anchor
UHF Radio 36 Gal Water Cap.
Bottom Painted 1/07
Owners Manual & Maint Records
$18,500 w/Tandem Trailer
727-321-6907
Located Pier 2 Slip 31 Gulfport Marina
OBV 12" FIBERGLASS BOAT- 9HP, Mercury
Trailer Like new. $2,950 o.b.o. 727-543-8139.
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Broken or Not. Tell Me What You Have. 727-
544-8963, 324-3808.

MOVING/ESTATE SALE-458 81st Ave., St.
Pete Beach, Fri./Sat., 7/27 & 7/28,, 10-3. Cus-
tom Kitchen Set, Dining. Room Set w/Chairs,
Complete Bedroom Set. Housewares & Much
More! Everything Must Go!
MOVING SALE- Men's Trek Bike, Coleman
Pop-Up, Furniture, Household, Misc. Fri. &
Sat. 8-? 6440 2nd Ave. So.






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MOVING
SALE & OPEN HOUSE
8174 Terrace Garden Dr N #105
Five Towns, Tiffany building
Sat. 7/28 & Sun 7/29 10am 3pm
Only $129,900
Everything must go! Bedroom, Living rm,
Dining rm, and Kitchen sets, along with
other smaller items.

Sylvia Curcuruto
Baird Realty Group
813-748-0325
SUNDAY JUNE 29TH 9-2P.M.- 5226 22nd
Ave. No. Golf Clubs, PS2 Games, Household
Items, Dishes, Glasses. Bargains!
Gabber July 26 August 1, 2007


5813 18TH AVE. S.-Sat. 8-2pm. Lots of Stuff!
Jewelry, Collectibles, All Must Go!! Crafts for
Sale too!
FAMILY'GARAGE SALE- 8A.M.-? Everything
?Must Go. Furniture, Electronics, Household
Items, Clothing, Books & Misc. Items. 3780
34th Ave. So.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY!-Rolltop Desk w/Chair,
Smoked Glass, Beveled Diningroom Table w/
Four Captains Chairs, TV. Stand, Computer
Stand, Dresser w/Mirror, Misc.6315 10th Ave.
So. Fri., Sat. & Sun. 8-?
2007 59th St S- Sat 9am-4pm. Antique Liv-
ing Room Set, Lawn, Garden and Auto Equip-
ment, Tools, and Household Goods.

FOUND PUPPY Black & Tan, Possible Bea-
gle and Dachsound mix, 12 lbs. approx. Fe-
male, Very Energetic, Vicinity of Gulfport Blvd.
& 49th St. So. Call to Identify. Call 251-8800.
REWARD LOST DOG- Small Sheep Dog,
Black & White. (Bubba). Lost Satrurday, July
21.66th St. & 5th Ave. So. 727-251-6290.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY
Church Yard Sale, Sat. July 28th 8am-1pm.
4628 Cypress Way S., St. Petersburg

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