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Title: Gabber
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Publication Date: October 25, 2007
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this week... ,

Gulfport Senior
Center Open House
Tuesday October 30.
See page 18 .-


GABS- Tell us what
scares you! S
See page 19


Gabber Full
Page Special
See page 27


Letters to the Editor
See page 24


Pink Flamingo Tour
Featuring 13 Marina
District Homes
See page 27


Gulfport Community
Players
Featuring Dracula.
See page 33


A Childhood in
Old Gulfport
See page 37


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Connie Eitler, a member of Gulfport's Community Response
team (CERT) walked the interior of Gulfport's Clam Bayou
Nature Park collecting garbage during the nearly 50 person
cleanup last Saturday


Red Ribbon Event
By Cathy Salustri
Mitchell Kerr, 8, tests his strength at Sat-
urday's Red Ribbon Family Funfest while :
his brother watches. This year marked the )
fourth annual event in which people demon-
strate their commitment to a drug free life-
style.
In addition to feats of strength like the one
Mitchell performed, St. Petersburg's Straub
Park hosted a number of fair-style events,
including a bounce house and a train ride
around the park. The morning started with
a 5K Road to Recovery run and a one mile
Fun Walk.
The event takes place every year during
the last week of October; last year 80 million


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Water Main to
Be Replaced

line replacement and repair program
with the approval of the next phase
of water main replacement in the
amount of $56,180 to be paid to Ad-
vanced Engineering and Design, Inc.
for the preparation of contract docu-
ments, permits and bidding/construc-
tion administration services. Most of
the approved renovations are in the
city's marina district.
The area in consideration is identi-
fied as Phase IV in a developing pro-
gram that the city has undertaken to
systemically replace or repair outdated
or aging water and drainage systems.
The current projects calls for.replace-
ment of a main water line in the fol-
lowing areas: 26th Avenue South (be-
tween 46th and 45th Streets South);
Miriam Street (between 26th'and 29th
Avenues South); 46th Street (between
26th and 29th Avenues South); Tifton
Street (between 26th and 29th Ave-
nues South) and 47th Street (between
26th and 29th Avenues South).-
The limits represent approximately
7,500 linear feet of proposed water
main replacement.


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Events at American
Legion Post 125
By George Brierley, Commander
On Saturday, October 27 there will
be an adult Halloween costume con-
test. First, second and third place
cash prizes will be given for best
costume. Judging will be at 8 p.m.
The children's Halloween party
went very well and a good time was
had by all. Thank you to everyone
who helped make this a success.
I The next $1,000 drawing is
Tuesday, October 30. Better
hurry and get your tickets.
The blood drive netted 25 pints
of blood. Thanks to everyone
who donated and helped out.
It's time for our annual golf tour-
nament. This year's event will be
on Sunday, October 28 at Mainlands
Golf Course. Tee off time is 7:30 a.m.
and should finish around 11 a.m.
Hole sponsors and Legion members
are welcome to come and enjoy our
"senior" swingers in action. We will
have a cold one waiting for you. So,
if you enjoy a good laugh or two, come
enjoy. All proceeds go to Hospice
and All Children's Hospital. No


breakfast at the Post on Sunday the
28th because of the golf tournament.
Effective Sunday, November 4,
breakfast hours will be 8:30-11 a.m.
A reminder to all Legion, Auxiliary
and S.A.L. members to pay your
2008 dues before November 11 to
be an early bird and eligible for
the free early bird dinner which
will be held on November 26.
On Sunday, October 28, we will be
starting a bowling tournament at
6 p.m. in the game room. Cost is $10
per person plus $2.50 for three games.
Sign-upsheetsareavailableinthePost.
Friday, October 26 dinner will be
baked or battered grouper, fries,
cole slaw, roll and butter for $8.
The second entree will be country
fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy,
vegetable, roll and butter for $6.50.
Saturday, October 27 the S.A.L.'s
will be serving their all-you-can-
eat spaghetti and meatballs,
salad and garlic bread for $6.
Dinners are served from 5-7 p.m.
New Year's Eve tickets will go
on sale November 1. They will be
$25 per person. Dinner will be
prime rib with all the trimmings.


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Cost includes party hats and fa-
vors and breakfast at midnight.
Remember, Veterans' Day is Sunday,
November 11. Our ceremony will be at
2 p.m. Refreshments will be available.
The Real McCoys Band is here
Friday and Saturday nights from 7
to 11 p.m. Come in for dinner and
stick around for dancing and lis-
tening 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 and Thursdays come in
and sing with Ron's karaoke at 7 p.in.
Darts are played every Saturday at
8 p.m. Play pool for free on Saturdays.
Bingo is played every Wednesday
starting at 6 p.m. Fouirteen $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 Fifth
Avenue S. in St. Petersburg.
The phone number is 347-6085.

Halloween
Volunteers Needed
The City of Gulfport needs volun-
teers to assist with its Spooktacular
Halloween Bash at the Recreation
Center. Positions include door hosts,
costume contest judges and people to
assist in carnival games. The bash
is Wednesday, October 31 from 6:30
to 9 p.m. Please call the Center at
893-1068 to volunteer.




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News From VFW
Post #39
By Stacy McBeth
Hello and a great day to all of you
from everyone at Post #39. Our Post
is open Tuesday through Friday
at 1 p.m., Saturday at 8 a.m. and
Sunday at 1 p.m. Friday the "AH
Club" meets at 5:13 p.m. DJ Bill will
be here with a surprise guest to en-
tertain you. Saturday morning the
blood bank bus will be here from
8-11:30 a.m. with free breakfast to
those who donate blood. All others
may eat for a donation. Saturday
night bring a covered dish to share
at our birthday and Halloween party.


Wear a costume and compete in the
contest for prizes. Sunday stop in for
food, fun and football. Monday we
are closed. Tuesday through Friday
happy hour is observed from 4-6 p.m.
Thanks go out to Rose Ann Seaman
and Shirley DiBucci for donations
to the Hand Me Around program.
Folks, Halloween is coming so keep
an eye out for the little ones as they
trick or treat. Thank a veteran, hug
a friend and pray for family and
friends and all those serving in the
military at this time. Don't forget
we're saving you a seat so come on
down to the Post at 2599 Central
Avenue. We will be waiting for you.
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Gulfport Optimist
Club News
By Joanne McRoberts
Make plans now to come down to
the Gulfport Recreation Center
on Halloween night. The Optimist
Club's Boo Room will be open from
6-9 p.m. We cater to children ages
one to nine. The Boo Room is friendly
and only a little scary. See you there.
Our next meeting will be at the
Gulfport Senior Center on November
5 at 7 p.m. We are currently seeking
new members. If you would like to see
what our club is up to, come on down.
We look forward to meeting you.


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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.


Fall Festival
Come on down and join the fun at
St. Luke's United Methodist Church;
4444 5th Avenue North. We will be
hosting our annual community Fall
Festival rain or shine Saturday Oc-
tober 27, 2007 from 1-4:00 p m.
Outdoor bounce house, jousting, and
"just for fun" boxing, costume con-
tests with prizes, lots of games, and
candy. Entry is free, food and drink
available for purchase at a nominal
fee. For more information please call
321-1335.

Call For Artists
Suntan Art Center will sponsor
an Open Awards Show January 12
through February 28, 2008 in the 4
galleries of the historic Don Vista
Cultural Arts Center, 3300 Gulf
Blvd., St. Pete Beach.
Artists who work in a variety of
media and art areas are invited to
submit one piece of work (painting,


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sculpture, original craft, photogra-
phy, pottery, textiles, multi-media,
etc).
Over $1000.00 in cash prizes, gifts,
and purchase awards will be award-
ed in three areas: two-dimensional
work, three-dimensional work, and
photography.
For more information on enter-
ing this exhibition, stop by the Don
Vista or check the website at www.
suntanart.org.

Center to Offer
Halloween Alternative
Gateway Christian Center, 4355
Central Avenue in St. Petersburg
will hold a free Fall Festival on
Wednesday, October 31 from 6-8 p.m.
Event includes seven moon walks,
pony rides, hay rides, games, music,
charcoal portraits, food and prizes.
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Spooktakular
Halloween Bash
The City of Gulfport's Recreation
Division has set the 2007 Spooktakular
Halloween Bash for Wednesday,
October 31 at the Recreation Center.
A free trolley ride will begin the ac-
tivities starting at 6:30 p.m. to trek
through the local neighborhoods to
admire the decorated Halloween sites
that participated in the Halloween
Home/Business Decorations Contest.
The Center will then open its doois at
7 p.m. for carnival games, a frightful
haunted house, a costume contest,
concessions, music and the Gulfport
Optimist Club's "Boo Room for Tots".
The Haunted Snack Shack will sell
pizza slices for a $1, "potion" for $1
with 25 refills and popcorn for 250.
The Costume Contest will begin at
7:30 p.m. Winners will be chosen
from eight age categories: 0-1, 2-3,
4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-12, 13-17 and Family.
There will be three awards given in
each age category. The fun ends at
9 p.m.

Oktoberfest at
Most Holy Name
Most Holy Name of Jesus Church, 58--
15 Avenue S. in Gulfport will host their
30th Annual Oktoberfest celebration
Oct. 25 through Oct. 28. The Buddy
Young Orchestra and Show will kick
off the event on Thursday, Oct. 25 at
7 p.m. Festival features rides, enter-
tainment, food and beverages, face
painting, arts and crafts, plants and
prizes. For more information, call
347-9989 or visit mostholyname.org.


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Gulfport Residents
Open Haunted House
We would like to invite everyone
to attend our annual Halloween
Haunted House on Wednesday,
October 31 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at 900
63 Street S. in Gulfport: There is no
charge. We give away candy at the
door and invite you in for the fright
of your life as you make your trick or
treating rounds.
This year we are sponsoring Christ
the Cornerstone Church and its three
ministries: two for the children in


the Dominican Republic and one
that feeds the homeless at Demen's
Landing at 5 p.m. on Sunday after-
noons for the past five years. We will
be accepting monetary contributions
for the church and the children are
in need of pencils, paper and other
school supplies. Canned goods, blan-
kets and coats will be accepted for the
homeless ministry.
Receipts will be available to all who
request a copy for their tax deductible
donations. Sponsored by people who
care and want to make a difference.


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John's Pass
Annual Seafood Festival
For a quarter-century, John's Pass
Village and Boardwalk has offered
festivities for the whole family at the
annual Seafood Festival. Dedicated
to Fishermen Lost at Sea, this year's
event will take place on Saturday,
October 27 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.,
and Sunday, October 28 from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. This year commemorates
Madeira Beaches 60th Anniversary!
Admission to the event is free.
The many features of the event
include a juried Arts & Crafts Show


with more than 50 local and regional
artists, tons of fresh local seafood,
more than 125 unique shops, live
music, a street dance in the village,
a fishing expo, haunted house, a
heritage area featuring real Florida
pirates, and a children's area with a
bouncing tower and Bungee Jump
provided by Tampa Bay Bounce .
A children's Halloween costume
contest will take place on Saturday
at 3 p.m. and trick or treating will
take place throughout the hours of
the event. All costume contest par-
ticipants will receive a prize. Florida
Blood Services will also be on site to


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Two Convenient locations
St.Pete Beach and "The Pier" in the City


collect donations.
For more information, please con-
tact Kathleen McDole at 393-8230 or
kmcdole@friendly-fish.com, or visit
their website at JohnsPassFestivals.
com.

ACFA
All Breed Competition
Skyway Cat Club and Suncoast
Animal League will present a cat
show on Saturday, October 27 and
Sunday, October 28 from 9-4 p.m. at
The Long Center, 1501 N. Belcher
Road in Clearwater. Showing and
judging all breeds of pedigreed cats.
Come see Maine Coons, Bengals,
Japanese Bobtails, Persians,
Himalayans, Sphynx and more. Cat
toys, gifts, furniture, scratching
posts, etc. Attention kids wear your
costume and join the Halloween
party upstairs. Admission $5. Call
422-9535 for more information.

Science Center
Spooktacular
The Science Center will hold a spooky
but educational trick-or-treating al-
ternative for the kids on Saturday,
October 27 from 7-10 p.m. Visitors
can learn all about nature's most
deadly creatures and watch shows
with live snakes, spiders and hissing
cockroaches. Planetarium and sci-
ence shows are also available. Cost
is $6 per person and includes candy.
Call 384-0027 for more information.


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Gulfport's Citywide
Yard Sale
By Jim O'Reilly
What you need to know about the next
City-Wide Yard Sale and Flea Market:
You can have it at your
Gulfport residence and it's per-
mit free on November 10 no
charge (rain date, November 11)
* If you don't have your own space,
you can rent a spot at the Recreation
Center at 5730 Shore Boulevard S.
for $10 (from 9 a.m. 2 p.m., set up
time is 7 a.m.). Gulfport residents
only. Non-residents can rent a spot
beginning Tuesday, November 6th.
* You can email your Gulfport address
to gbiron@ci.gulfport.fl.us to be added
to the Citywide Yard Sale Brochure
(due by November 5) or fill out a
form at City Hall at 2401 53 Street
S. or print it off the City's website
www.ci.gulfport.fl.us under events.
You can get the Citywide Yard
Sale Brochure on November 9 at
all City Facilities. The Recreation
Center will be the main hub
that will have the brochure the
day of the event (9 a.m.-2 p.m.).

Fall Festival at
Trinity Church
Trinity Church of the Nazarene,
1000 55 Street S. in Gulfport (be-
hind Boca Ciega High School) will
hold their fall festival on Friday,
October 26 from 6-8 p.m. Event fea-
tures food, games, candy, face paint-
ing, maze and moon walk. Free.



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Sat. Oct. 27th
Start your Christmas shopping
early with our clearance sale.
We Will Be Selling:
Unused Art Supplies
Seconds from Our Clay Studio
Discounts in the Gallery
Pedestals and Display Fixtures
And more...


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Halloween Decoration Winners.
A big thank you to all the residents and businesses who participated in
this year's Halloween Decorations Contest. It was a difficult choice this year,
as we had many "spooktacular" entries. Congratulations to the winners,
Sharon and Jody Butler, 5602 Newton Avenue S. in the general category
and to Gulfport Technology Center, 3037 Beach Boulevard S. for the com-
mercial category. Check out the other haunted sites: 3032 Clinton Street S.,
2638 Beach Boulevard S., 5267 30 Avenue S., 1607 59 Street S. and 900 63
Street S. We also had three Haunted Houses: 5602 Newton Avenue S., 5613
Newton Avenue S. and 800 Hull Street S. The winners will receive a plaque
November 6 at the Gulfport City Council meeting at 7 p.m. The City Council
meeting is held at 2401 53 Street S. Thank you again to all who participated.


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Barkoween Pet
Costume Party
Fluffy Puppies and the, Belleview
Biltmore Hotel will sponsor a
Barkoween Pet Costume Party on
Thursday, October 25 from 5:30-8
p.m.. at the Belleview Biltmore
Hotel, 25 Belleview Boulevard in
Clearwater. The fun filled night
starts with the costume contest.
Categories include the scariest, fun-
niest, most original, cutest and the
best look-a-lie costume. The Biltmore
is a dog friendly hotel and guests are


Gulfport's City.Wide

Yard Sale and Flea Market

November 10, 2007

What you need to know about the next City-Wide Yard Sale and Flea Market:
* You can have it at your Gulfport residence and it's Permit Free on
November 10th no charge (rain date November 11th)
Fill out the form below and return to City Hall at 2401 53rd St. S.
If you don't have your own space, you can rent a spot at the Recreation
Center at 5730 Shore Blvd. S. for $10 (from 9am -2pm setup time is 7am)
Gulfport residents ONLY. Non-residents can rent a spot beginning
Tuesday, November 6th.
You can get the City Wide Yard Sale Brochure on Friday, November 9th at
all City Facilities. The Recreation Center will be the main hub that will have
the brochure the day of the event (9am 2pm).
Plus you can get rid of all that stuff you haven't used for a year or more!

Sponsored by the City of Gulfport
Sanitation Recycling Program
For more information on this event, call (727) 893-1118
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City of Gulfport
Free City Wide Yard Sale map application form
November 10th, rain date November 11th
Gulfport Residents only


Address

Please return to City Hall no later than November 5th by 4pm
to have your address on the Gulfport City Wide map brochure.
Note: This is not for the flea market space. Please visit-the Gulfport Recreation Center at
5730 Shore Blvd. S. to reserve your $10 spot. Paid spot. Paid spots are non-refundable.
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invited to dine on the terrace with
their canine companions and even
stay the night. Ten dollar cover in-
cludes entry into the costume contest
and a trick or treat doggie bag. RSVP
online at www.SPOTusa.org or call
545-3463. Proceeds to benefit SPOT
(Stop Pet Overpopulation Together).

Gulfport Garden Club
By Barbara Dye
Michael from Art Stone Company
started off the Gulfport Garden
Club year 'with a -very interesting


and informative program on orchids
and their care. He demonstrated the
proper way to repot orchids and an-
swered many questions from those
present. Thank you, Michael, for com-
ing. (Note: The birdbath in Clymer
Park which the Gulfport Garden
Club donated to the City of Gulfport
was purchased from his company).
Another exciting event is planned for
Garden Club members on November
8. We will be touring Adams Water
Gardens located at 7510 46 Avenue
N. in St. Petersburg. The tour be-
gins at 10 a.m. so those wishing to
carpool should leave the Hickman
Theatre parking lot about 9:30 a.m.
Others should meet at Adams Water
Gardens shortly before 10 a.m.
Early reservations are needed for the
February 14 bus trip to Harry P. Leu
Gardens. Travel Is Fun is arranging
the trip and will take Garden Club
members first. The trip will then be
opened to the public to finish filling
the bus. Your check for $43 (includes
bus and admission) will need to be
received by me before Novemberl2.
Questions regarding Adams Water
Gardens may be directed to Cathie
Slicker at 341-1286. Questions re-
garding Leu Gardens may be direct-
ed to Joyce McMahon at 321-9029.

Halloween at
Gulfport Methodist
First United Methodist Church, 28
Avenue S. and 53 Street) in Gulfport
will be open Halloween .night to
pass out candy. Live music by "The
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Town Shores
The Friendship Club of Town Shores
will have a speaker from the Red
Cross at their meeting on Monday,
November 5 at 9 a.m. in the lounge
of the clubhouse. Call 343-2732.


Halloween Bash

at Post #305
The Sons of the american Legions
will host a Halloween Bash at Post
#305 6999 Gulf Boulevard, on
October 31. Event features dinner
of burger platters for a $5 donation.
Karaoke with Eddie Miller starting
at 7 p.m. Prizes for costumes, but cos-
tumes not necessary. Call 367-1596.


Audition for
"Two By Two"
The St. Petersburg Little Theatre
will hold auditions for "Two By Two"
on Monday October 29 and Tuesday
October 30 at 7 p.m. atthe theatre.
"Two By Two" is a fun filled musical.
Meet Noah and his eccentric family.
It turns out that being chosen by God,
doesn't always make for smooth sail-
ing.
Director Michael DuMouchel seeks
four men ages 20-60 and four women
ages 20-60. Bring sheet music. An ac-
companist will be provided. No com-
plicated dance routines, but the abili-
ty to move well required. Performance
dates are January 11 27, 2008.
St.PetersburgLittleTheatreislocated
at 4025 31 Street S. in St. Petersburg.
For information call 727-866-2059.


New Shore Boulevard Coffee House Approved

A new coffee house slated to be located at 5731 Shore Boulevard received site
plan approval from the city's Community Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday.
The site is currently in a residential district, although Michael Taylor, a
planner from the city of Gulfport, told council that the area in question had
been designated as a mixed use area about 14 years ago. This is the first
request from any entity seeking, use in the area other than residential.
Christa Jones, who is the applicant, told council that she does not anticipate
any sale of alcoholic beverage and that the establishment would abide by
noise ordinances including no outside music and no amplified music inside.
Owners of the property are listed as Nicole Franklin and Calvin G. Rivers. The
applicant will be leasing the property for use as a coffee house.
The site approval was contingent upon a number of amendments which
include:
1. The project must begin within on year of the Community Redevelopment
Agency approval or the site plan with expire.
2. A backflow device and new water meter must be installed for each structure
in accordance with the city of Gulfport's Utility Division requirements to meet
code.
3. Site plan approval is conditional to receiving a variance granted to the off-
street parking requirement for outside seating (it was noted in the discussion
that this variance has already been granted by Planning and Zoning).
4. A six foot fence on the east, north and west sides of the proposed'business
shall provide buffering for the surrounding residential properties.
Also added by council was a requirement that the trash receptacles behind
the new establishment be concealed by a fences.


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Fall Festival
The Treasure Island Recreation
Department's annual children's
Halloween Spooktacular will be held
on Friday, October 26 from 6-9 p.m.
at the Treasure Bay Golf and Tennis
facility located at 10315 Paradise
Boulevard. Activities will include
a costume contest, carnival games,
moonwalk, entertainment, refresh-
ments such as hotdogs, chips and
drinks, and a haunted hayride with
spooky cemetery. Entertainment in-
cludes a story teller, face painter, ma-
gician, caricature artist, fortune teller
and much more. The Treasure Island
Police will be present to pass out good-
ies to the children. Judging for the cos-
tume contest will begin at 6:30 p.m.
with the 2 year olds and under age
group. The haunted hayride and cem-
etery will be open at 7 p.m. The event
is free to the public. For additional in-
formation please call the Recreation
Department at 547-4575, ext 237.


Huge Book Sale
at the Library
Gulf Beaches Public Library on
Madeira Beach, 200 Municipal Drive
in Madeira Beach, will hold a giant
book sale of withdrawn library books
and a variety of donations all at "get-
'em-out-the-door" prices. The Pinellas
County Sheriffs Office will be there
sponsoring Bicycle Identification
and Vial of Life programs. Event is
on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. Come early and bring bags and
boxes. Call 391-2828.


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ety of Friends (the Quakers) helps a customer with t-shirt sizes at Saturday's
Circus McGurkis at Lake Vista Park in St. Petersburg. The annual peace
education fair, which is a celebration totally unique to this area, has been
produced by local Quakers for 36 years. Organizers said that over 140 vendors
representing various peace and social activist groups and those selling home
made crafts and fair trade goods were part of the gathering and nearly 10,000
people attended. Live entertainment including a play entitled "What I Heard
About Iraq" was part of the festivities. This year's theme, shown on the official
t-shirts, was "War Is Not the Answer".


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Mike Calamari, 63, Vice President of
the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce,
has been training hard for the New
York City Marathon in November. In
the past he has run Virginia Beach,
Anchorage, Alaska and ,Gasparilla
marathons with donations ben-
efiting The Suncoast Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society.
He was also the founder and race
director for The Gulfport Chamber
Challenge 5K held the past three
years also benefiting The Leukemia
& Lymphoma Society. His efforts
this year are directed toward New
York, desiring to beat his race time
23 years ago.
Those wishing to sponsor (one or
two dollars per mile, 26.2 mile run)
can send checks payable to The
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
(tax deductible) to The Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box
5212, Gulfport, FL 33737, Attn:
Mike Calamari.


Post 125 Auxiliary
By Fran Worthington
Our Penny Auction was a big suc-
cess and a big thank you goes out to
everyone who helped. This was not a
one-man project it takes every one.
Ladies, to receive your free early
bird dinner ticket, pay your dues
by November 11. The children's
Halloween party was fun for all our
little children. Charly and Co. did a
wonderful job. Thanks, Charly.

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, Mike
at 727-302-9299, or e-mail Suzie at
GulfportEvents@gmail.com.


GriefShare, grief support group, is
held on Fridays at 10 a.m. and also on
Sunday at 10:30 a.m., at Cornerstone
Community Church located at 6745
38th Ave. No. There will be no meet-
ings the week of Thanksgiving. For
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2nd Annual
Doll Show and Sale
The St. Petersburg Doll Club will
sponsor the 2nd Annual Doll Show
and Sale on Saturday, November 3
from 10-2 p.m. at Cypress Palms,
400 Lake Avenue NE in Largo. Doll
repairs and doll appraisals available
during the dhow. Free admission
and parking. Lunch available. For
more information including vendor
information, call 585-5227.

Auction to Benefit
Nina Harris Schools
Nina Harris ESEC School's an-
nual auction/fundraiser is sched-
uled for Friday, November 9 at 6
p.m. Previewing of items starts at
5:30 p.m. All proceeds to benefit
the programs, activities and equip-
ment at this special needs school
located at 6000 70 Avenue N. in
Pinellas Park. Call. 547-7850 for
more information. Public welcome.



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September 2007
By Cathy Salustri
This summer the City of Gulfport started monitoring water quality in the
waters off Gulfport Beach. Gulfport contracts with the City of St. Petersburg
for the tests.
Every month The Gabber publishes the results of those tests. If, at any time,
the tests show that the water quality poses a health risk, the City of Gulfport
will issue a Health Advisory. The City typically receives test results within a
week of taking the sample.
Currently, the City tests for two things: enterococcus and fecal coliform.
Scientists consider enterococcus a common bacteria found in animal and
human intestines, and, resultingly, in human and animal excrement. Federal
standards used to require agencies to measure water quality by the amount
of fecal coliform along public beach waters but recently have replaced fecal
coliform with enterococcus as the standard. Fecal coliform also comes from the
waste of warm-blooded animals, including humans.

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Sept. 4 7 22
Sept. 11 3 11
Sept. 18 6 11
Sept. 25 14 11

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Free Movies at
Pasadena Church
Pasadena Community Church, 220
70 Street S., shows free family movies
on Friday nights. Seating and shorts
start at 6:30 p.m. Features start at
7 p.m. On Friday, October 26, they
will show "They Were Expendable"
with John Wayne.

Celebrate
'Shabbat Pinellas'
In an unprecedented celebration
of unity, six Pinellas County Jewish
congregations and the Jewish Fed-
eration of Pinellas/Pasco Counties
are reaching out to all unaffiliated
Jews,
including interfaith families, of
Pinellas County. All are invited to
be their guests at Shabbat Dinner
and Services starting at 6 p.m. on


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St. Petersburg, Reform; Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg,
Conservative; Temple B'nai Israel,
Clearwater, Reform; Congregation
Beth Shalom, Clearwater, Conser-
vative.
Reservations are required. Please
call 530-3223
For more information about this
unique opportunity "to return to
tradition," please visit www.Shab-
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Spiritual Living
Change your thinking, change your
life. Sunday Celebration Service at
10:30 a.m. Meeting at the Comfort
Inn, 54 Avenue N. and 1-275 in St.
Petersburg. We are a loving, nur-
turning community of like minded
individuals. Our vision statement is:
"Empowering, Inspiring and Wak-
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Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
Sunday Mornings
Sunday School 9:15
Traditional Serv. 10:30
Fellowship for all 11:30
Wednesday Evenings
Dinner 6:00pm (Reserv.)
_N .. .. Faith Plugged In...for all
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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 Nazarene,
1000 55th St. So. behind Boca Ciega
High School. Donations accepted, but
not required..
At this time they are in need of in-
fants' and children's clothing. Their
food pantry is especially low at this
time so any donation of non-perish-
able foods would be greatly appreci-
ated. They are also seeking donations
for crafts including old and scratched
CD's and DVD's, old Christmas orna-
ments and decorations, old Christ-
mas cards as well as, other types of
cards.
Please call 687-1233 for drop off or
information. Tax exempt receipts giv-
en upon request for items donated.
Anyone wishing to attend training
seminars for the Gulfport Pregnancy
Center please 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., followed by a
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
fr6m 6:30-7:30 p.m. Kids Cara-
van also meets on Wednesday from
6-7 p.m.


IP' Wffiftimes feel unsettled?
Not quite all together? Are you trying
to be a bit more connected to your
spiritual side? Come join us
Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. and
experience the sights, sounds, touch and
taste of your senses as we explore a
nontraditional, reflective approach to the
contemporary issues of daily living. *
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107 16th Ave. St. Pete Beach
(just a mile south of the Don CeSar Hotel)
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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 62nid 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.

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
fellowship. For more information,
please call Joe at 397-0920 or Fran
at 896-9207.


Our Savior Lutheran Church
and School
Pastor Paul Burtzlaff
301 58th St. South
St. Petersburg, FL. 33708






St. Philip's Anglican Church
Traditional Episcopal and Catholic
1928 BCP Mass 10 am Sunday's
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8:55 am Contemporary (Sanctuary)
9:50 am Classes for All Ages
9:50 am Singles & Friends in Faith (Chapel)
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Discover Egmont Key
The Egmont Key Alliance will hold
its 10th annual Discover Egmont
Key on Saturday, November 10 and
Sunday, November 11. A detach-
ment of Civil War reenactors, Union
and Confederate soldiers will pro-
vide information on local Civil War
era history that affected Egmont.
The event also feature interpretive
sites on wildlife, military, history,
nature, cultural and the Egmont Key
Lighthouse. Food and souvenirs for
purchase on the island.
On Saturday the USS American
Victory WWII Liberty Ship will hold
a beach invasion at noon consisting
of landing crafts, frogmen and a fly
over with vintage planes. Shuttle
boats from Ft. DeSoto will leave on
a regular schedule from 9 a.m. until
3 p.m.
Ticket donations are $15 available
on the shuttleboat or online at www.
egmontkey.info. Children 11 and un-
der accompanied by a parent are free.
Groups of 10 or more may purchase
tickets for $10 in advance at janica-
johnson@tampabay.rr.com.


SPCA Pet of the Week
S Just under a year old, Truman is a hound mix who is
'full of energy and play and will probably learn quickly
at the 2-hour training session included in the adop-
tion fee! Truman would prefer to go to a home with
a fenced-in yard and children older than age 8. To
meet Truman and give him his forever home, stop by
the SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130 Avenue N. in Largo,
or call 586-3591, today. And be sure to check out the
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Christmas Bazaar at
Gulfport Methodist
The First United Methodist Church
of Gulfport will hold a Christmas
Bazaar.on Saturday, November 3 in
the Fellowship Hall and at Sophie's
Attic Thrift Shop (28 Avenue S. and
53 Street) from 8-2 p.m. There will be
gifts for all ages, books, cards, decora-
tions, crafted items, plants and an ar-
ray of baked goods to use now or freeze
for later. Lunch will offer homemade
vegetable beef soup, hot dogs, soda
and coffee.


OPEN


Pink Flamingo
Tour of Homes
"Sail Thru the Years" at Gulfport's
4th annual Pink Flamingo Tour of
Homes on Saturday, November 3.
This tour will feature homes in the
Marina District from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
rain or shine, tickets are $10 and are
available the day of the event at the
Gulfport Historical Museum, 5301
28 Avenue S. For more information
or to volunteer, call 344-3711 or www.
GulfportChamberofCommerce.com.


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Fall Festival at
St. Luke's
Come on down and join the fun at
St. Luke's United Methodist Church;
4444 5th Avenue North. We will be
hosting our annual community Fall
Festival rain or shine Saturday Oc-
tober 27, 2007 from 1-4:00 pm. Out-
door bounce house, jousting, and
"just for fun" boxing, costume con-
tests with prizes, lots of games, and
candy. Entry is free, food and drink
available for purchase at a nominal
fee. For more information please call
321-1335.

Gulfport Fall
Auto Festival
GM, Corvettes, Fords and Mustangs
will exclusively line Clymer Park
during the Gulfport Fall Auto
Festival on November 3 and 4, rain
or shine. For more information on
this event, call 547-8082 or visit
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5501 27th Ave. S.
Tuesday, Octpber 30 6-8pm


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October 26, 27 and 28 at the Boyd
Hill Environmental Studies Area,
2900 31 Street S. in St. Petersburg
from 6-10 p.m. Howl'O-Fest activi-
ties for all ages include: Wizard of Oz
kids trail, arts and crafts, temporary
tattoos, music, dancing, fire dance
performers, reptile show, inflatable
games, costume contest, trick or
treating with free candy. Admission
$2. Additional fees: hayrides $1 rock
climbing wall $3. Concessions avail-
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more information.
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the Howl-O-Fest. If you can escape
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On Thursday, November 8 at 6 p.m.
The St. Petersburg Woman's Club
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Italian peppers and onions. Italian
meatballs can be added. Includes
will be fresh Italian bread and an as-
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person.
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gift certificates as prizes. Bingo cards
will be sold for $1 with three games
per sheet and bingo daubers will be
available for a small fee.
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check to: SPWC, 40 Snell Isle
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Letters


Perception is Everything
Dear Editor: In a recent council
meeting, Vice Mayor Phillips and
Councilwoman King were accused
of a violation of the Sunshine Law
by passing notes during a very pub-
lic and televised council meeting. It
should be noted that Mr. Phillips and
Councilwoman King have adjoining
seats in council. The term 'passing'
gives the impression of one person
deliberately handing the other a
note. In this case it seems that Coun-
cilwoman King had notes stuck to pa-
pers and the notes were in a position
where Mr. Phillips could have seen
them had he deemed it important to
look.
A man attending the meeting de-
manded the offending note be public-
ly read. You would think that would
be the end of it. However, Mrs. Chris-
tine Brown who was also in atten-
dance seconded the accusation say-
ing that it looked to her like a note
was passed. Mrs. Brown said that
"Perception was everything". This is
the same Mrs. Brown who has twice
run for Councilwoman King's seat
and has twice been defeated. Mrs.
Brown's brother-in-law and council-
man, Bobbie Worthington, chimed in
that he thought he saw the note be-
ing passed, too.
I have watched this video several
times. Since Mayor Yakes was speak-
ing, the camera was directed primar-
ily on him. You would think that the
people in attendance would also be
focused on the person speaking. Ap-
parently the gentleman and Mrs.
Brown were not focused on the-may-
or but instead .were on the alert for
dangerous transgressions of council.
On the evening news it was reported
that the police are now involved! How
ridiculous!
My perception is this:
If Councilwoman King's notes were


on the side next to Mr. Worthington,
then that would be okay because
somehow it would not be a violation if
Mr. Worthington happened to be able
to see them. Maybe we should have
blinders on the council or opaque
barriers between their seats!
Mrs.' Brown has not been able to de-
feat Councilwoman King in two elec-
tions. Now Mrs. Brown is helping to
make an issue of an innocuous act.
My perception is that Mrs. Brown
still wants that council seat and if
Councilwoman King would just step
down because of this alleged viola-
tion, Mrs. Brown would be happy to
fill the vacant seat.
I am much more worried about the
Sunshine Law violations that would
likely occur outside of council if .two
close family members whose families
spend a lot of time together were sit-
ting on council at the same time. I
would like an ordinance passed pro-
hibiting the possibility of immediate
family members serving together.
I have been concerned about this
from the first time Mrs. Brown ran
for council. Mr. Worthington's quick
support of her accusation of Council-
woman King cements my concern.
DeAnn Meredith

No Honor in This Conduct
Dear Editor: Ten months ago I
was a candidate for Gulfport City
Council, Ward 2 along with Michele
King and Christine Brown-Wor-
thington. In the Candidates. Forum, I
pledged that I would not lie, steal or
cheat nor tolerate anyone who does. I
did not win but I will still honor that
pledge.
On Tuesday, October 2 at the
Gulfport council meeting, I saw a lie
take place. At one point of the meet-
ing, a citizen called "point of order".
After being recognized by Mayor
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back row and said he "thought he saw
Council member Phillips and King
passing a note", ostensibly in viola-
tion of The Sunshine Law. Immedi-
ately upon this claim being madq,
both council members denied this
assertion. However Council member
Bob Worthington claimed that he
saw it happen.
I was sitting in the front row of
council immediately in front of Phil-
lips and King. Seated next-to me was
Christine Brown-Worthington who
later in the meeting claimed that
she "perceived" this had happened.
From my perspective being immedi-
ately next to her, I saw nothing of the
kind. What I did see was two honor-
able people being wrongfully accused
by a blatant lie by three people. Since
that memorable council meeting this
sorted travesty has made its way to
the St. Pete Times and Channel 9
News much to the shame of our city.
I cannot sit idly by and allow this
to happen. The situation has been
investigated by the Gulfport Police.
Their findings have been forwarded
to the State's Attorney General. That
office will make a determination as
to the validity of the claim. However,
we citizens must now allow this kind
of idshonorable conduct to continue
in our council meetings.
To all those involved in this shabby
spectacle against our duly elected
civic official, there is only word ...
Shame!
Courtland Yarborough



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Stroll and
Ribbon Cutting Event
The City of South Pasadena will
be hosting a Stroll through the tree-
lined streets of the City on Friday,
November 9 at 9:30 a.m. Registration
forms are available at City Hall and
the fire station.
The Stroll will begin at City Hall
at approximately 9:30 a.m. with a
brief stop at their new Community
Improvement Depart-ment on
Hibiscus Avenue. The Stroll will then
continue .to Duryea Park for refresh-
ments and entertainment.

Garden Club to Meet
The monthly evening meeting of
the Garden Club of St. Petersburg
will be held at the Garden Center,
500 Sunset Drive S. on Tuesday,
November 6 at 7 p.m. Program will
be "Fun with Flowers". Ten dol-
lars will be charged for materials
used. Attendance will be limited to
35. Make reservations by calling
381-8920 by October 30.

Geological Survey to
Host Public Open House
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
located at 600 Fourth Street S. in St.
Petersburg will host a public open
house entitled "The Pulse of Earth
Science" on Wednesday, November 7
from 3-6 p.m. Tour the facility, learn
how scientists monitor the daily life
of turtles and manatee movements,
measure how hurricanes rearrange
our coastlines, predict volcanic
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Gulfport United
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The 36th Semi-annual United
Methodist Men's Fish Fry has been
set for Friday, November 9 from
5-6:30 p.m. Dinner will be served in
Fellowship Hall at the church, 2728


53 Street S. in Gulfport.
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sauce, baked beans, hush puppies,
grits, tea, coffee and dessert and at
a donation of $6.95 per person. Take
outs are available.
Advance tickets are strongly sug-
gested in order to assure an adequate
supply of fish. Tickets are available
at the church office or by calling Les
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The Toonsters with "J & Lolita".
Tuesday, 1-3 p.m.
Vocalist Karaoke Bob
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Good 01' Boys Wayne & Bill. Mu-
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Town Shores
Shuffleboard
The Town Shores Shuffleboard
Club will open its regular season on
Monday, November 5 at 1 p.m. for
all interested Town Shores residents.
Thereafter, play will be each Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m.
The first week of play will be for ori-
entation and one-on-one instruction
(if desired) for newer players, while
the "veterans" will have a chance to
flex their shuffle muscles and rejuve-
nate their skills to. last years levels.
A club meeting is scheduled for
Wednesday, November 7 at 2:30 p.m.
in the clubhouse lounge following the
afternoon's regular play. Dates for
holiday recesses and tournaments
will be on the agenda.
The Club is open to all Town Shores
residents who have a desire to spend
about two hours on days of your choos-
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mild competition with your neighbors.
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Fall Clam Bayou
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43 dedicated volunteers who attended
"the Fall Clam Bayou Clean-up event
last-Saturday, October 20. A total of
498 pounds of debris was collected
by land and water. Kayak Nature
supplied kayaks for the clean-up as
members of the Rotary Club provided
(and served!) hungry volunteers with
scrumptious hot dogs and chips! Local
residents and caring individuals (one
'family as far as Safety Harbor) collab-
orated together to support the City of
Gulfportduringthe semi-annualevent.
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thank all of the people who partici-
pated in the Fall Clam Bayou Coastal
Clean-up and we look forward to
seeing you again in the spring.

Prepare for a Scare
The Recreation Division is resurrect-
ing its Haunted House after 13 years.
The ghouls have decided to give you
a chance to explore what they have
kept secret for so many years.
They have many surprises for you
maybe you will make it out to tell
your friends! The first unfortunate
souls will go at 7 p.m. with the last
unlucky group going at 8:30 p.m. Plan
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Pork Cutlet in Brown Gravy
Black Eye Peas
Country Vegetables
Whole Wheat Bread/Margarine
Applesauce Cup
Low Fat Milk
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Meatballs w/Tomato Gravy
Potatoes Au Graten
Green Beans w/Red Pepper
Whole Grain Bread/Margarine
Peanut Butter Cookie
Low Fat Milk
Wednesday, OCTOBER 31
Oven Baked Fish Filet
Stewed Tomatoes & Okra
Cheesy Grits
Whole Grain Sandwich Bun
Margarine, Tartar Sauce
Low Fat Milk
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Thursday, NOVEMBER 1
Old Fashioned Frankfurter
Baked Beans & Tomato Bits
Warm Cinnamon Apples
Coleslaw w/Shredded Carrot
Hot Dog Bun/Mustard
Low Fat Milk
Friday, NOVEMBER 2
Breaded Chicken Patty w/Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Whole Wheat Bread/Margarine
Apple
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Community Preschool
Needs Donations
Community Preschool located at
1665 25 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg
is now accepting donations for their
annual yard sale in November.
Proceeds will go to Community
Preschool, one of St. Petersburg's
oldest non-profit preschools.
Donations are needed that are
in good condition. Furniture, col-
lectibles, books, household goods
and other items will be accepted.
Items can be delivered to the school
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6
p.m.
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Dog Obedience Training
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Neighborhood Center (1617 49 Street
S.) on Tuesdays beginning November
6 from 6-7 p.m. for adult dogs six
months of age and up. Cost is $100
for the seven-week session to be paid
at registration. This class is pre-
registration only. Must be registered
by November 2. Learn the basic com-
mands of heel, sit, down, come when
called, stay and loose-leash walking.
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REMINDERS & UPCOMING EVENTS
Spooktakular Halloween Bash
Wednesday, Oct. 31st from 7-9 p.m. with
free trolley rides starting at 6:30 p.m.
Thenir the doors will open at 7:00 p.m. for
lots of fun and games with candy and priz-
es, concessions, a costume contest with 8
new age groups starting at 7:30 p.m. and
a BOO Room for Tots, sponsored by the
Optimist Club. New this year is a Fright-
ful Haunted House! All the fun is free and
ends at 9:00 p.m.
Tomlinson Skate Park Sticker-Pur-
chase New Sticker-As of October 1st, all
skaters will need to purchase new Skate
Park stickers. Annual cost $5 res./$10
non-res. Consent forms are ,available at
the Recreation Center, 5730 Shore Blvd.
S., Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-8
p.m. Skaters ages 17 and under must be
accompanied by a parent and show proof
of residency for registration.
ACTIVITIES
Adult Basketball -Tues. & Thurs. 6-9
p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$20 non-res.
Open Gameroom-Tues. & Thurs. 9 a.m.-2
p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$20 non-res.


Open Gym-Mon., Wed. & Fri. 9 a.m.-2
p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$20 non-res.
PROGRAMS
School Year Child Care Program-
Grades K-5, (up to age 14 on in-service
days). Annual reg. $15 res/$100 non-res.
Monthly rates are $133 res./$266 non-res.
Teen Night-Teens, age's middle school to
17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m. Annual reg.
$2 res/$20 non-res.
Tot-Time-Classes are for 3-5 year olds,
8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Annual reg. $15 res/
$100 non-res. Monthly rates for the 2-day
program are $33 res./$66 non-res, the
3-day program are $55 res./$110 non-res
and the 5-day program are $88 res./$176
non-res.
CLASSES
Dance- Thurs., 6-8:45 p.m. for ages 5
&up. Reg. is $5/$5 per class. Call AAYA
813-964-8805 for more info.
Digital Photography-Wed., 4:30-6 p.m.
Cost is $8 per class. Call Paul at 481-5737
for more info.
Fencing-Wed., 4:30-6:30 p.m. for ages
7 to 70 are welcome. The cost is $5 per
one-hour session. Call Jim Campolli at
813-855-3112 for more info.
Children's Gymnastics-Fri., 5:30-6:15
p.m. for ages 5-12 Cost, $25/month. Call
Barbara at 804-9400 for more info.
Karate-Mon. & Wed., 6:30-8'p.m. (Begin-


ners),' advanced students stay until 8:30
p.m. Cost is $25/month.
Pencil Drawing for Youth with Curt-
Mon.5:30-7:00 p.m. Step by step tech-
niques for completing great drawings.
Cost is $10 per class for ages 5-17 years
old. Please call 893-1079 for more info.
Stretch & Tone- Mon. & Thurs., 9-10
a.m. Cost is $3 per class.Bring your own
weights and mat.
Tai Chi & Health Recovery-Tues.,
9-10:15 a.m. Donations accepted. Thurs.
at 9:00 a.m.
Tennis-Tues., 4:30-5p.m. (ages 6+), 5-6
p.m. (children 8-16) and adults from 6-7
p.m. at Chase Park, 28th Ave. & 53rd
Street So. Gulfport. Cost is $10 per ses-
sion. Private lessons available. Call Jack
at 430-0690 for more info.
Writing From the Heart Workshop-
Tues., 6-7:30 pm. The cost is $14 for the
entire 8 weeks. Ages 16 and up. Please call
Rosalind at 381-1030 for more info.
Wonderful World of Watercolor-
Wed., 6:45- 8:45 p.m. Cost is $45 per month
or $13 per class.
Yoga-Tues., 6:30-7:30 p.m. Blend strength,
flexibility, balance and relaxation. All
fitness levels are welcome. Bring a mat
and water. $10 per class, $8 for 4 prepaid
classes. Please call Maureen at 381-2166
for more info.


% Gulf port Library

THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 12 FOR VETERANS DAY.
WE WILL CLOSE AT 5:00 PM ON WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER 21 FOR THANKSGIVING
AND WILL RE-OPEN ON
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 AT 9:00 AM.

WHAT'S HAPPENING @ THE LIBRARY?
FRIENDS ROOM GALLERY WALLS: City of Imagination
presents: "The End of Queer." Through November. Discus-
sion of the exhibit, with curator Frank Hibrandt: Wednesday,
November 28 at 6:00 pm.
One-on-One Computer Instruction: By appointment only-
-contact Alex Hooks at the Reference Desk, or call 893-1073.
Gulfport Creative Short Story Writers: Wednesday
mornings, 9:15 am-Noon.
Afternoon at the Movies: a series of discussions on classic
films, with Edith Kaplan and Bea Wallace. Wednesday, No-
vember 7, at 1:00 p.m. Sponsored by local chapter of Brandeis
University National Women's Club.
Socrates Cafe: These monthly discussion groups were in-
spired by the book The Six Questions of Socrates. Author
Christopher Phillips traveled the world to lead informal
groups, engaging people in the manner of the ancient Greek


5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074
philosopher, for whom "the questions are more important
than the answers." Thursday, November 8 at 10:00 am. and
Friday, November 30 at 6:00 pm.
Suncoast Computer Users: Thursday, November 8 at 6:00
pm.
Scrapbookers Club for Teens and Adults: Saturday, No-
vember 10 at 1:00 pm. Bring your pictures, books and ques-
tions, and prepare to have a great time! Scrapbookers meet
on the second Saturday of each month. Make beautiful pages
of memories for y-ourself 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.
CoffeeTalk: Our 13th annual series of monthly book discus-
sions continues with the Pinellas County "BIG READ," The
Great Gatsby,. by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Join us for coffee, light
refreshments, and lively conversation on Thursday, Novem-
ber 15. Coffee is ready at 9:30 am., discussion starts at 10
o'clock. Discussion guides are available, copies of the book
may be reserved at the Reference Desk.
Meet the Poet: a poetry workshop with Ellen Hirsch. Tues-
day, November 20 at 10:30 am. Sponsored by local chapter of
Brandeis University National Women's Club.
Gulfport Creative Short Story Writers: Wednesday
mornings, 9:15 am-Noon.
IT'S ALL HAPPENING @ THE LIBRARY!


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Service City Sponsored Activties

e in the Community


Senior Center SSOx 27th Ave. So. 893-1x231


Senior Center Open House-The Senior
Center will be hosting an Open House on
Tues. Oct. 30 from 6-8pm. The event will
include refreshments, entertainment, door
prizes, guest speakers, etc. Come check us
out and discover why the Senior Center
continues to be designated as a Community
Focal Point by the Area Agency on Aging.
Tours of the facility also provided. Bring a
friend.
Thanksgiving Dinner-Tickets ($5) are
now available for our Thanksgiving Din-
ner Party on Wed. Nov. 21st at 11:30am.
Includes door prizes and entertainment.
Beginner Computer Classes-Learn how
to use the computer. Basic Instructions.
Nov. 12, 13, 19 and 20, 5-8pm. Fee: $55.00
for 12 hours of training. Includes workbook.
Classes offered by PTEC.
Computer Assistance-One-on-one com-
puter assistance is now available at the Se-
nior Center by appointment only. Find out
how to access e-mail and how to research
information. You must be a registered mem-
ber of the Senior Center to participate.
Senior Center Boutique-Come visit our
Boutique every Wed. and Fri. 9am-noon.
Did you know that the Senior Center opens
a little Boutique every Wed. and Fri. 9am-
noon? Items include jewelry, stuffed ani-
mals, knick-knacks, ornaments, etc. just in
time for the upcoming holidays. These new
and gently used items are a sure bargain
for early shoppers! Proceeds benefit our Se-
nior Center Foundation.
Senior Transport tion-The City of
Gulfport provides a great door-to-door trans-
portation service for Gulfport residents 55
years and over. GEMS can take you to the
grocery store, medical appointments, post
office you name it! Rides are only $1.00
per one-way trip-With an annual member-
ship fee of $50. Call GEMS at 893-2242 for
info on timre/route schedules.
Donations Needed for GEMS-The City
of Gulfport's Mini-Bus Service for Gulfport
seniors (GEMS) is a wonderful door-to-door
service that helps seniors maintain their
independence. Rides are only $1.00 per one-
way trip but the annual $50 membership
fee may be difficult for low-income seniors.
Your $50 donation will provide a scholar-
ship for one unable to afford it. For more
info, please call 893-2237 or 893-2242.
Health Insurance Ouestions?-Do you
have questions regarding Medicare Eligi-
bility/Enrollment, Medicare Health Plan
Choices, Medicare Appeal Rights, Medicare
Gabber October 25 October 31, 2007


Supplemental Policies,-or Health Insurance
billing problems, etc? One-on-one help is of-
fered every Tues. 9am-noon. Call for an ap-
pointment.
55 Alive Driving Class-Classes are held on
the first two Tuesdays of every month, 12:30-
4:30pm Fee: $10. Must attend both class-
es. Pre-registration required. Call Jim at
367-4038 to register for the October class-
es.
Diabetic Support Group-Our Diabetic
Support Group meets every Mon. at 10am.
There will be a presentation on Wound Care
by Dr. Christopher Davey on Oct. 29.
Upcoming Presentations:
Wound Care, Mon., Oct. 29 at 10am (Dia-
betic Class)
Medications. Use & Misuse, Thurs. Oct.
25 at 1:30pm
A Plan for your Future-(Funeral/Burial
Info) -Fri. Nov. 2 at 10:30pm
Investment Discussion Group meets ev-
ery Wed. at 10:30am.
Yoga-If you think you can't do Yoga, this
class is for you! Easy, fun, adaptable poses.
Chairs provided, if needed. Every Wed. at
1:30pm.
New Beginners Bridge Class-Every
Wed. at 6:30pm.
USDA Food-Every 2nd Thurs. 10am-noon
for qualifying Gulfport residents
Bingolli-Enjoy Bingo every Friday at lpm.
Free. Also, donations of gently used items
would be greatly appreciated.
Coming Soon: Health Fair-Mark you cal-
endar for a free Health Fair at the Gulfport
Casino on Wed. Nov. 14, 10am-3pm. Flu
and pneumonia shots available for a fee.
Park at the Senior Center and ride the trol-
ley to the Casino.
Gulfcoast Senior Outreach Program-
Gulfcoast Legal Services will'provide info on
advance directives on Nov. 13 at 10:30am.
This includes living wills, durable powers
of attorney and health care surrogate des-
ignations. Documents will be available for
anyone over 60, disabled, housebound, or
terminally ill. Attendees should bring ex-
isting documents for review.
Flu Shots-If you are 60 or over, you can get
a free flu shot on Fri. Nov. 9, 10am-2pm.
Courtesy of Family Physicians Group. Flu
and Pneumonia shots will also be given
on Wed. Nov. 28 starting at 2pm by Pinel-
las County Health Department. Medicare
and Medicare HMO's accepted. Otherwise
flu/$25 and pneumonia/$40.


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




HICKMAN
THEATER
OF GULFPORT
5501 27th Ave. So.
893-1070
The Salerno Theatre Co.
presents the Musical Comedy

"NUNSENSE"

Oct. 25-28, 2007
Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 8 p.m.
Sun. Matinee 2 p.m.

Adults $25/Seniors 65+ $22
Call 813-926-9175 or
online at SalernoTheatre.com




IGULFPORT
CASINO
BALLROOM

5500 Shore Blvd. So.
893-1070
LESSONS & DANCE
SIG HARDER'S BAND & DANCE
Social & Ballroom Dancing
Sun., Oct. 28, 6-10 p.m. $7
USA Ballroom Dance
Mon., Oct. 29, 7 -1 0:15 p.m.
$5 Members, $7 Non-members
Tues., Ballroom Dance
1-3 pm $7
1pm Beginner Lesson
2-3 Dancing
Wed., Swing Dance
7 p.m. 12 a.m. $7
Thurs., Salsa Dance
7 p.m. Lesson by Carol Rivera.
8-10 p.m., Dance, $7

www.ci.gulfport.fl.us
click on Casino






Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Essay Contest
Area high school students are in-
vited to participate in the Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Essay Contest focus-
ing on the theme, "It Started with a
Dream ... Many Views, One Vision."
Entries are due on November 10 for
the annual contest sponsored by the
Enoch D. Davis Center, in coopera-
tion with the St. Petersburg Chapter
of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Commemorative Committee.
Essays should be delivered to the


Davis Center, 1111 18 Avenue S. in
St. Petersburg, by 9 p.m. on Saturday,
November 10. Students submitting
an essay must be currently enrolled
in a public or private high school in
Pinellas County.
All essays must meet the follow-
ing criteria to be eligible for judging.
The essay should be a minimum of
300 words and a maximum of 600
words and must be typewritten or
neatly handwritten in blue or black
ink. The name, address, home phone
number, school, grade and age of stu-
dent author must be submitted on a


FIBROMYALGIA


Do you suffer from widespread

musculoskeletal aching and fatigue?
The Clinical Research Group of St. Petersburg, Inc.
is currently conducting a research study to determine
how well an investigational medication
taken at night for fibromyalgia may
relieve your pain.

You Must:
Be Over 18 years of age
Experience widespread body ,
aches and pains for at .,
least three months
Be able to complete
questionnaires
and other study
procedures

Participants will be in the study for 27 weeks and they will
receive study related medical care, study related medication,
and study related testing all at no cost. Participants may also
receive compensation for their time and travel up to $900.00.
Clinical Research Group of St. Petersburg, Inc.
Neil T. Feldman, M.D., Medical Director

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cover page accompanying the essay.
Do not place student's name on any
other page. Relatives.of judges, Davis
Center staff, MLK committee mem-
bers and sponsoring agencies are not
eligible. Previous first place winners
cannot enter in consecutive years.
Essays will be judged on a point
system earned in three categories
including content, originality and
readability. Entrants with the six
highest scores will be required to
present their essay publicly at the
January 10, 2008 Dr. Martin Luther
King Essay Contest oratorical finals,
where judging will be based oral pre-
sentation and stage presence. Saving
bonds in the amounts of $400, $200,
and $100 will be awarded for first,
second and third place winners, re-
spectively. Those in an honorable
mention category will also be recog-
nized.

Register for
Christmas Assistance
The Salvation Army is accepting ap-
plications for Christmas assistance
through November 2 between 9 a.m.
and noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday at the Salyation
Army Social Services, 1400 Fourth
Street S. in St. Petersburg.
Each family's head of household
must bring photo identification,
social security cards for each fam-
ily member, proof of south Pinellas
County address and proof of income.
For information on Christmas
Assistance registration or adopting a
family, call 822-4954.




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6th Annual Senior
Friendly Extravaganza
The 6th annual Senior Friendly
Extravaganza! presented by Senior
Connection magazine is coming to
Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, on
Wednesday and Thursday, November
14 and 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The event features over 250 "Senior
Friendly" exhibitors with information
on senior services, lifestyles, health
and wellness, travel and more.
Special appearances by Frankie
Avalon and Richard Simmons.
Richard Simmons will lead the warm-
up for the "Senior Fun Walk" at
9 a.m. on Thursday and you are wel-
come to join him inside for a meet and
greet and his own fitness demonstra-
tion. Live entertainment both days, a
classic car show and "The Grandkids
are the Greatest" Photo Contest.
Free health screenings at the CVS
Pharmacy Health & Wellness Center
and free flu shots with Medicare Part
B.
Free admission and parking. For
information call 595-5455 or go to
www.SrMagazine.com.


Beta Sigma Phi
Sunshine City Council held a Rush
Tea on Sunday, October 21 at the
Elmer 0. Smith Lodge in Pinellas
Park. Members attending enjoyed
sharing information about Beta Sigma
Phi with prospective new members.
Guests were able to look through sev-
eral yearbooks, scrapbooks and dis-
plays showcasing the social, cultural,
service and ways and means projects
the twelve chapters participate in. The
ladies present were very interested in
helping form a new chapter.
Laureate Epsilon Theta members
will be meeting at War Veterans Park
on Saturday, October 27 at 8 a.m. for
a Breakfast in the Park. This has be-
come an annual event for the chapter
and members will bring a variety of
foods to share. The bacon and eggs
will be cooked over the fire with the
help of the hostesses for this social
Janet Taylor and Pam Puskas. The
next ways and means meeting to paint
ceramic Christmas mice ornaments
will be on Wednesday, November 7 at
7 p.m. at the home of Donna Smith.
For more information, contact
321-2849.

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Money Prize Show
Are you tired of being a starv-
ing artist? Enter a painting in
The Treasure Island Art Guild's
November show. We have $400 in
prizes to be awarded to the win-
ners. Entry fee is $10 members
and $20 nonmember. Membership
is $25 if you care to join. We have
nine shows yearly, three of which
are money prize shows. Entry date
is Thursday, November 1 between
9 a.m. and 1 p.m. at The Treasure
Island City Hall, 120 108 Avenue.
There will be a reception for the
winners on Saturday, November
10 at 1 p.m. at the same place. We
will have an art demonstration by
Hall Hussung. Refreshments will
be served. For more information,
call Fred at 360-8390.

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Onboard
Weather Forecasting
The United States Power Squadrons
Seminar Series Onboard Weather
Forecasting will be presented by The
St. Petersburg Sail & Power Squadron
on Wednesday, November 7 from 7-9
p.m. at the St. Petersburg Sailing
Center, 250 Second Avenue NE,
Demens Landing in St. Petersburg.
Instruction is free, materials cost
$10. Contact www.boating-stpete.org
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The Garden Club of St. Petersburg
will hold a fashion show and lun-
cheon on Monday, November 12 at
11:30 a.m. at the Garden Center, 500
Sunset Drive S. in St. Petersburg.
Fall and holiday fashions will be
provided by Weekenders, Inc. with
coordinating jewelry by Bartlett
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Tickets on Sale for
"Come Blow Your Horn"
The Gulfport Community Players
are well into rehearsals for their
next show at the Catherine A.
Hickman Theater of Gulfport. This
will be a very special production for
the Players. It will be their 100th
show!
The play they chose was one of
the ones they did in their very first
season, some 27 years ago. It is Neil
Simon's first Broadway hit and his
published play, "Come Blow Your
Horn". The play, under the very able
direction of Ed Stevens, is a comedy
about two grown brothers in New
York City trying to escape their


parents' smothering and control. It
is a very fast-paced comedy with an
excellent cast. The cast members
are Mark Myers (he played the lead
in "Foxfire"), Keith Surplus, Victor
Carr, Brick, Erin Schwanitz, and
Lisa Ruzzi.
The play will run from November
8 through November 18 at the
Catherine A. Hickman Theater of
Gulfport. Performance times are
8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday,
Tickets are on sale now for just $15
each at Eileen's Resale Boutique,
the Beach Bazaar, the Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce, the Gulfport
Casino, by phone at 322-0316 or at
the door just before the show. The
Players suggest that you get your


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Jewish Genealogical
Society to Meet
The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Tampa Bay meets at Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Services, 14041 Icot
Boulevard in Clearwater on Sunday,
November 4. A social with refresh-
ments and library access begins at
1:30 p.m., and the featured program
starts at 2 p.m.
Featured speaker is George Morgan
who is an authority on Ancestry.com,
the world's largest online family his-
tory site with over four billion names
in research databases.
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Growing Up Gulfport:

Bob Worthington Talks About His Childhood in the Gateway to the Gulf


The Gabber continues its month-long celebra-
tion of Gulfport's 97th birthday with memories
from Gulfport's past. This week Bob Worthington
talks about growing up, Gulfport-style.


. By Cathy Salustri
If you ask Bob
Worthington where he
comes from, he answers
"Gulfport" without hesita-
tion. He describes his home
as a sort of Florida Cam-
elot, by his own admission a
flawed description:
"I describe, as I generally
do, the place being more like
I remember it than it actual-
ly is, as being very wonder-
ful. For years and years and
years I could be talking to
people at Honeywell that had
lived in Pinellas County or a
lot of 'em now live in Pasco
County, I could be talking to
'em and they'd say 'where do
you live' and I'd say 'I live in
Gulfport' and they'd have no
clue where it was. No clue.
And I always tried to just
keep it that way."
"It was different, it was just
a community, it was always
very accepting of everybody.
We're a sleepy community,
we don't have any large in-
dustry or anything like that,
and I think that we have a
community, that can just
come together at any time
and if you want t' come to-
gether and be part of the
community you can, you're
welcome, everybody needs
the help, and if you don't
want to, that's OK too."
Born May 6, 1947 at Mount
Park Hospital (now Bay-
front), his parents brought
him home to Gulfport. He
says, "5817 23rd Avenue,
that was the home I came to
when. I came home from the
hospital, and I stayed there
until I went out on my own.
As early as I can remem-
ber being able to walk, .we
walked everywhere. There
was no fear of anybody


snatching you off the street
or anything. I guess the
main reason was we were
related to most everybody."
When Worthington speaks
about his childhood, he
speaks about the water, and
you forget for a minute that
he had to have- by virtue of
his childhood address- come
out of the water from time
to time, if only to go to bed.
When he remembers his
childhood and talks about
where he comes from, he
speaks of the water:
"It's just calming, relax-
ing. It's all the enjoyment
of my youth, because we
spent so much time there.
When we were little, in the
summertime, we'd get up in
the morning and have some
kind a' little breakfast, and
we'd leave, and we'd be gone'
all day long, and for most
of that day it was centered
around the water. This side
of Gulfport- north of Gulfport
Boulevard- was pretty much
of a no man's land. It was
just... there was no need to
come here other than we'd
go over here to old railroad
trussles at Bear Creek, and
there was a swimming' hole,
a freshwater swimming' hole,
we'd go over there now and
then, go swimming and
when was, ten or eleven or
something' like that we'd go
sneakin' up there all the time
because quite often there'd
be some girl skinny dippin'
there, so we'd go sneakin'
up there, looking' through the
hyacinths. There was an old
barn sitting up there; we'd go
play in the barn, but that
never sparked our interest
like bein' around the water.
"We always knew we could
get something' t' eat around


Osgood Point, ow Clam Bayou, was once a haven for fisherman,
filled with clams and scallops.
Photo courtesy of Gulfport Historical Society


the water, 'cause down there
if you got hungry you just
picked up two clams, banged
one of 'em against the other,
took the sharp shell, cut
the meat loose, and you
had lunch. Or scallops. You
didn't have to worry about
cooking.
"I enjoy being around the
water, I enjoy being on the
water. I can remember
a time in my life when I
worked from 11 at night 'til
seven in the morning. I had
a boat and I'd get on my boat
at eight o'clock in the morn-
ing, go out in the bay, put up
my little sun top, throw the
anchor in, and go to sleep.
"We used to, as children,
we'd walk across the bay.
That was before they did all
the dredge and fill out here,
so the bay 'was relatively
shallow, and you could walk
from Gulfport to Mullet Key
with the exception of two lit-
tle channels and we'd carry a
number three washtub. We'd
put our shoes if we had any-
which we generally didn't-
we'd put our shoes or maybe
our shirts or something in
the washtub, and maybe
some oranges or whatever


we snagged on our way to the
waterfront for snacks, and
we'd go and when we'd get to
those channels, which some
of us couldn't really swim,
we kinda knew the basics
of floating and kicking, we'd
hang onto the washtub and
get across those channels. Of
course most of the boating I
do in the bay is within a few
feet of the channel; you can
stand up and walk, so you
don't have to swim far.
"It's just the magnetism
of the water, of being there.
Three times in my life I
nearly drowned in that wa-
ter. All three times I lost
consciousness, I had to be
given not CPR because it
wasn't invented then, but
the artificial respiration
and pump the water out of
me, but it doesn't scare me,
you know, because all three
times when I went uncon-
scious, was a sense of peace-
fulness. There was never
any fear, there was no panic.
It was just peacefulness, and
it doesn't scare me a bit."

You can contact Cathy Salustri
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Local Obituaries


ALPEN, EMMA C., "TIBBIE", 96
of S. Pasadena, passed away Satur-
day, Oct. 20, 2007, at Palms of Pasa-
dena Hospital under the care of Hos-
pice. Born in Brooklyn Heights, NY,
she moved here in 1985 from Aptos,
CA. She was proceeded in death by 3
husbands, her daughter-in-law, Bob-
bie Sue DeLisi and her granddaugh-
ter, Debra Pales. Survivors include 2
sons, Don DeLisi, of Spring Hill and
Bill DeLisi, of S. Pasadena; 5 grand-
children; 9 great-grandchildren; a
great-great- granddaughter; and
niece, Linda Traina, of California.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may-be
made to The Hospice of the Florida
Sunricoast. A Private Memorial Service
will be held. Memorial Park Funeral
Home St. Petersburg, memorialpark-
funeralhome.com, 727-527-1196.

BABCOCK, IRENE L., "PAT",
85, of South Pasadean, died Oct.
20, 2007. Predeceased by husband,
Charles. Survived by loving family.
National Cremation Society.

BROWN, LINDA "JOYCE", 76,
of Pass-A-Grille Beach, FL, passed
away on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2007. Joyce
was born in Alabama and moved to
Cincinnati, OH, where she worked in
hotel and resort marketing. She later
moved to Florida and enjoyed living
on Pass-A-Grille Beach for years.
Joyce also resided in Gulfport for
many years before moving to Pass-A-


Grille. She was a talented artist who
had displayed her paintings at the
Gulfport Library. She also loved to
create unique pieces of art from clay.
While in Gulfport she was active in
the Gulfport Methodist Church and
the Pink Flamingo Home Tours. She
also helped with the preparation and
serving of the monthly dinner that
her friends serve at St. Vincent de
Paul Homeless Shelter. Joyce served
Gulfport with lots of love. Joyce had
a vibrant life full of family, friends,
art, travel, and service to others.
Her memorial and party will be held
Friday, Oct. 26 at 5:30 p.m. at The
Sunset Grille Concession Stand on
Pass-A-Grille Beach. Flordia Direct
will handle cremation.

CHAPPELL, BRUCE G.,
in of Gulfport, Fla., age 80,
K. 1 passed away Friday, Oct.
1 12, 2007. He is survived by
his wife Rita, sister Bar-
bara Cunningham of Indiana. Nieces
and nephews Kathy (Danny) Barrett,
Jeff (Lois) Cunningham, Mary (Dave)
Bear, Bruce Cunningham, all of In-
diana and Kerry (Ben) Ruley of New
Jersey. Private memorial service in
Indiana at a later date.

GOFF, HARRIET SELLER, 80,
of Gulfport, beloved mother, sis-
ter and grandmother passed away
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007, at her
home. A native of Bayonne NJ, she


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(Sidney) Pertnoy, and Kyla (Paul)
Yungst; brother, Arthur Seiler; and
cherished 'grandchildren, Matthew,
Joshua, Samantha, Zachary, Mi-
chael, Jenny, and Jeffrey. She was
preceded in death last October by
her beloved husband of 59 years, Dr.
Herbert A. Goff. Funeral Services
will be noon Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007,
at David C. Gross Funeral Home in
St. Petersburg. Interment will fol-
low in Chapel Hill Memorial Park,
Largo. The family suggests memori-
als to Susan G. Komen for the Cure,
P.O. Box 4810, Clearwater, FL 33758
or the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation,
,21301 Powerline Rd #301, Boca Ra-
ton, FL 33433. Online memorial and
guestbook at www.davidcgross.com.
David C. Gross Funeral Homes, 6366
Central Ave., 381-4911.

MERRILL, Mary, 76, of South Pas-
adena, died Oct. 17, 2007 at Pasa-
dena Manor. No known survivors.
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PIMENTAL, FERNANDO, 89, of
Gulfport, died Monday, Oct. 22, 2007,
at his residence. He is survived by
daughter and son in law, Joyce M and
Royal Brown, of Tampa; 1 grandchild
and 1 great-grand-child. Viewing will
be Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 6-8 pm,
with Funeral Service Thursday, Oct.
25, at Royal Palm North Funeral
Home. Contributions may be made
to Hospice of the Florida Suncoast.
Royal Palm North Funeral Home, St.
Petersburg, FL, 727-577-0599.
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Volunteers Needed for
Tax Preparation
Wealth Building Coalition of
Pinellas County is looking for volun-
0 teers wanting to make a difference
. by helping community members file
taxes, claim credits and build as-
sets. By helping prepare taxes at free
" Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
tf (VITA) sites throughout the county,
volunteers help raise the standard
of living for local families and chil-
dren while bringing Earned Income
Tax Credit dollars into the area. Call
328-0618 for information.

Guardian ad Litem
Needs Volunteers
The 6th Circuit Guardian ad Litem
office has launched a major initiative
to recruit over 200 new volunteers
to be the voice for close to a 1,000
children who have been abused, ne-
glected or abandoned in Pinellas and
Pasco Counties.
As a child's advocate, aGuardian ad
Litem visits the child every month,
becomes familiar with the child's case
and makes recommendations to the
court to help ensure the child has a
safe, caring and stable environment.
The average time needed is four to six
hours a month.
Guardians receive 30 hours of train-
ing and ongoing assistance to help
them make a positive difference in
the lives of children. To volunteer and
arrange to attend a brief orientation,
call 1-866-341-1425. For information
and an application go to www.guardi-
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Volunteer
Writer Wanted
The Gulfport Senior Center
Foundation is in search of a writer for
their up and coming quarterly news-
letter. Stories will include activities,
special interest and important infor-
mation to area seniors. It is required
that the writer have experience, a
computer with Word and email. The
ability to photograph and a digital
camera would be a great bonus. This
is a volunteer position and would re-
quire about three to five hours per
week. Please contact Cynthia Dean
at cmdean6l@tampabay.rr.com.

Gabber October 25 October 31, 2007







The $8000 Doggie Bag
By Cathy Salustri
While refilling the dog waste bags around Gulfport's
parks, Gulfport Parks staff noticed that people had
started leaving plastic grocery bags in the top of the
containers.
Ever mindful of the budget, Leisure Services did
some quick research and realized that if they aban-
doned the practice of purchasing the bags made es- | I -
pecially for dog waste, Gulfport would save roughly
$8000 each year, Leisure Services Jim O'Reilly (pic- '
turned on the right) explained. g Sr ',
"It's the ultimate goal of recycling: we're using the ''I _
bags for what they were created for, and now they're N
being used to help clean our parks," O'Reilly told The m I I
Gabber. -
Once the bags get used to pick up dog waste they
cannot get recycled; however, the Pinellas County
waste-to-energy facility (where regular grabage goes)
incinerates the trash and generates energy that the
County uses to power the facility and sell to Progress F
Energy. -
Anyone can drop their plastic grocery or newspaper
bags off at any container in throughout Gulfport.
You can reach Cathy Salustri at CathySalustri@
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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during the
past week.
Friday 10/12
Domestic Battery- 4900 Block of 20th
Ave. So.
Animal Complaint- 2600 Block of 46th
St. So.
Domestic Verbal- 5100 Block of Preston
Ave. So.
Theft- 5300 Block of 23rd Ave. So.
Trouble with Individual- 2600 Block of
58th St. So.
Noise Complaint- 4900 Block of 29th
Ave. So.
Armed Person- 900 Block of 58th St.
So.
Theft- 3000 Block of 49th St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 Block of
24th Ave. So.
Trouble with Individual- 4900 Block of
Gulfport Blvd. So.
Saturday 10/13
Trouble with Individual- 5500 Block of
29th Ave. So.
Noise Complaint- 2500 Block of 52nd
St. So.
Criminal Mischief- 1400 Block of 49th
St. So.
Domestic Verbal- 5300 Block of Gulfport
Blvd. So.
Sunday 10/14
Trouble with Individual- 5400 Block of
Essex Ave. So.
Criminal Mischief- 2900 Block of 50th
St. So.
Domestic Verbal- 6000 Block of Kipps
Colony Dr. E.
Recovered Stolen Vehicle- 3000 Block
of 49th St. So.
Battery- 5500 Block of Shore Blvd. So.
Theft- 5400 Block of 12th Ave. So.
Trouble with Individual- 5400 Block of
Shore Blvd. So.
Trouble with Individual- 2800 Block of
50th St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 5700 Block of
12th Ave. So.


Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Monday 10/15
Burglary- 2700 Block of 49th St. So.
Theft- 2800 Block of 53rd St. So.
Burglary Alarm- 6300 Block of Gulfport
Blvd. So.
Theft- 5700 Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Burglary Alarm- 6200 Block of Kipps
Colony Ct.
Animal Complaint- 2700 Block of 50th
St. So.
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Domestic Battery- 4900 Block of 28th
Ave. So.
Domestic Verbal- 5000 Block of 14th
Ave. So.
Burglary Alarm- 3000 Block of Beach
Blvd. So.
Tuesday 10/16
Animal Complaint- 2600 Block of 46th
St. So.
Robbery- 700 Block of 51st St. So.
Burglary- 2000 Block of 53rd St. So.
Criminal Mischief- 3000 Block of Beach
Blvd. So.
Fight in Progress- 5400 Block of 30th
Ave. So.
Theft- 900 Block of 58th St. So.
Trespasser- 5100 Block of Gulfport
Blvd. So.
Criminal Mischief- 5400 Block of 30th
Ave. So.
Theft- 5000 Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Theft- 4900 Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Wednesday 10/17
Domestic Battery- 5100 Block of 17th
Ave. So.
Theft- 5400 Block of Shore Blvd. So.
Animal Complaint- 1000 Block of 58th
St. So.
Trouble with Individual- 1400 Block of
49th St. So.
Trouble with
Individual- 900 Block of 54th St. So.
Hit & Run- 3000 Block of 56th St. So.
Domestic Verbal- 1000 Block of 54th
St. So.
Arrest on Warrant- Beach Front.
Vessel Stop- Boca Ciega Bay.
,911 Hang-Up- 1600 Block of 58th St.
* So.
Trouble with Individual- 5400 Block of
Shore Blvd. So.
Stolen Vehicle- 700 Block of 49th St.
So.
Thursday- 10/18
911 Hang-Up- 5500 Block of Shore
Blvd. So.


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Theft- 900 Block of 58th St. So.
Theft- 5000 Block of Gulfport Blvd. So.
Stolen Vehicle (Attempted)- 5200 Block
of 14th Ave. So.
Prowler- 1100 Block of Freemont St.
So.


Boca Ciega High
School SRO Report

No arrests last week.
Reports taken 3
Assist other officers 3
School disciplinary referrals 1
Athletic events 2


A Very Bad Day
According to Gulfport Police, a re-
possession man took a car belonging
to a Gulfport resident and prepared
to clean it out. He found a needle and
pills in the car and called the police.
Police took the items into custody.


Code Enforcement in
Northeast Gulfport
Code Enforcement officers continue
their work in Section Two of Gulfport,
also known as the Northeast Area.
The Northeast Area generally .ex-
tends north to 7th Avenue, south
to Gulfport Boulevard, west to 58th.
Street, and east to 49th Street. To
find out what Code Enforcement Of-
ficers look for and who to call should
residents want to report a possible
violation, please visit the Special
Documents section of the City's web-
site at www.ci.gulfport.fl.us.


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Sign Up for
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master class with tips for gaining vis-
ibility for newly launched books.
Featured speakers for this event
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Institute, who discusses 50 tips in
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tips writers need to stay focused on
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November 3 event (Saturday from
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Professional Building. Starting at
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and old alike and occur when blood
flow to the brain is interrupted by
a blocked or burst blood vessel.
They are the third leading cause of
death in the U.S. and every three
minutes someone dies of a stroke.
On average someone suffers a
stroke every 45 seconds. Although
stroke is a leading cause of serious
long-term disability, 'about four
million Americans are survivors.
People with a family history of
high blood pressure, are over-
weight or obese, smoke or drink too
much alcohol and aren't physically
active, as well as use too much salt
are at great risk. A young lady, not
42 years old, had a stroke when she
was 30 years old and spoke about
her symptoms and how she over-
came them by perseverance and a
lot of will power and not listening
Sto someone say "you can't".
Warning signs include sudden
weakness or numbness of the face,
arm or leg (especially on one side
of the body), confusion, trouble
speaking or understanding or
sudden severe headaches with no
known cause. Miss Hall told of her
mother who had such severe signs
and finally died of a stroke.
There are mini strokes that can
happen before a major one and they
occur when blood flow through a
brain artery is blocked or reduced
for a short time.
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about them and if you do suffer a
stroke, begin a rehabilitation pro-
gram as soon as possible. Stroke is
a medical emergency. Call 911 and
get help immediately.
Stroll
We will' have our yearly Stroll
through our city streets on Friday,
November 9 at 9:30 a.m.. Come to
City Hall which will be the start-
ing point and we'll stroll by the
new Improvement Department on a a
Hibiscus Avenue and then to Dur-
yea Park for refreshmehits and en-
tertainment. E
Time Change
Don't forget to turn your clocks
back to Daylight Saving Time on *.
Sunday, November 4. It's a good
idea to also check your smoke *
alarm batteries at that time.
At The Fountains
On Tuesday, October 30 at 10a.m.
Roxanna Fall will renew your faith
in the indomitable human spirit
by giving an uplifting presentation
about her trials and triumphs over
breast cancer. Complimentary
breakfast will be served. Please l
RSVP by October 26 to 347-2169. A


Huge Church Sale
Tradewinds Church, 6740 Park Street
S. in So. Pasadena will hold a huge sale
on Saturday, November 3 from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Garage sale, auction, break-
fast and lunch, bake sale and car wash.

Pasadena Card Club
The Pasadena Card Club, 10 Park
St., has Duplicate Bridge Monday,
Wednesday an d F riday at 12:30
p.m. and Party Bridge and Pinocle at
12 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. For
information call David at 381-5944.

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

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The Polish American Society located
at 1343 Beach Drive S.E. in St. Pe-
tersburg (next to the Coast Guard
Station) is open for dancing and din-
ner on Sundays. Dancing is from
4-7 p.m. Members $5, guests $7. Din-
ner available from 2:30-4 p.m. by
calling 526-6835 for reservations.
Visit www.polishsociety.org for more
information.

Czechoslovak Club
The Czechoslovak Club of St. Pe-
tersburg is located at 1601 49 Street
S. in Gulfport. Every Sunday from
September to May at 12:30 p.m. they
serve a delicious dinner. Come with
your friends and/or make new ones.
Food, dancing to live music and a full
service bar.
They also have a cultural museum
exhibiting costumes, literature, pho-
tographs and memorabilia.
For more information and reserva-
tions call Gloria at 527-8954.

Sophie's Thrift Shop
Sophie's Attic Thrift Shop is a mis-
sion outreach of the First United
Methodist Church of Gulfport. They
are located near the corner of 53
Street and 28 Avenue S. They are
open every Friday and Saturday
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lam blessed to have a sort of extend-
ed family of friends around me. I
don't really have acquaintances.
Okay, that's probably not true. I
guess everybody has them the
neighbor next door, the girl you sit
next to in class, the guy you keep
bumping into at the bar but on the
whole, my social world is filled with
people who would probably notice if I
fell off the face of the earth.
My point, other than to say, "Hey,
I'm so popular!" is that I know a fair
group of people, from all different
walks of life. And, I feel that I can
safely tell you: These people are a
bunch of weirdos. Aside from a rath-
er dry sense of humor, and a gift for
sarcasm, we have very little in com-
mon with each other. Although, in
one way, I'm the oddball. You see,
my friends each and every one of
them all do share one more particu-
lar quality: An intense and absurdly
critical opinion of food.
I myself am not a "foodie." I do not
care if my steak is overdone or if there
are a few extra bites in my amuse bu-
che. Heck, I didn't even know what
an "amuse buche" was until Maria
made me watch Top Chef last season.
When it comes to food, I really have
only a few requirements: that it be
edible and entirely free of anything
that will make me spend the next
few days on the toilet. Okay, well
that, and that my pasta be al dente
(jargon, once again, courtesy of Top
Chef). I hate mushy pasta.
Anyway, as you can imagine, this
creates quite a gulf between my
friends and I when it comes time to
pick a restaurant. You see, I don't
really give two lobster tails about
where we go to eat, so long as it's
casual. I want a place where the
"proper, attire" is flip flops and cut-
off shorts. I want a place where the
music isn't too loud and the beers are
from a country I can't find on a map.
I want a place that provides outdoor
seating and a decent, happy helping
of a little thing I like to call "ambi-
ence."
Yeah, I know it's a French word, but
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Snobby Entourage
don't let that scare you. Ambiance is
what it means when you walk into
a place, with your three or sixteen
friends in tow, and say "Hey! I can
definitely see us sitting here into the
next millennium and leaving with a
bar tab big enough to fund a presi-
dential campaign!"
This, my friends, is about the only
thing I look for in a restaurant. I
am an ambiance snob. And, there
are very few places in the Bay area
(though, admittedly, I have not been
to every place in the Bay area) that
conform to my high standards. Moon
Under Water comes to mind. I am
a huge fan of New World Brewery
in Tampa (though, that's really just
a bar). Perhaps Ceviche over the
bridge and here in the 'Burg. and
The Garden downtown (though, I
will admit, even to a non-foodie, their
cuisine has slipped a few notches be-
low edible).
But there's one more place that
ranks high on my list, and even in-
corporates my love of urban history:
The Cattaway in Bartlett Park (cor-
ner of 4th Street South and 22nd
Avenue). Oh, I know, I know. Our
paper has printed not-so-nice articles
about Bartlett Park. Hey, I'll admit,
the neighborhood can be a little...un-
nerving. But, I've been to The Chatt-
away (sometimes called Chattaway's
or just Chattaway), at least half-a-
dozen times, and I can guarantee you
that my car has never been broken
into.
Still not making you head for the
door? Okay, fine. But just. remem-
ber: Nothing ventured, nothing
gained. And there is a lot to gain at
this historic restaurant.


Tacked together over fifty years ago,
with what I can only assume was cin-
der block and plywood, The Chatt-
away passes my ambiance test with
flying colors. On the huge outdoor
patio, shaded by Jacaranda, Rubber
Tree and Ficus (and the only place to
sit, in my opinion, though I am told
they have indoor dining with a "prop-
er" tea room), you will find a rag-tag
assortment of accommodations for
your rear end, including diner-style
booths and a fiber optic picnic table
detailing 'the solar system on it's
eating surface. Really, if that's not
enough to convince you, I don't know
what will.
But, there's more. Check out the
"babbling brook," complete with live
fish, garden statuary (pink flamingos
included!), or the myriad bird houses
and lush, Florida style landscaping.
My personal favorite is the sign over
the restrooms: Beware of pickpockets
and loose women.
As one friend recently quipped, "It's
like Key West. Only, Key West isn't
this low-class anymore." Who could
ask for a finer compliment?
Bring your dog. Bring your appe-
tite. Oh, and bring cash. I think
the Chattaway is angling for a "Last
Cash-Only Establishment in the
Known Universe" designation with
the folks over at Guinness.
But, speaking of appetite, the Chat-
taway is really no slouch in the food
department. Given what I have just
revealed about myself, I would un-
derstand if you don't believe me, but
know this: The Chattaway is consis-
tently voted "Best Burger in the Bay
Area" by the various publications
which judge such things.
And if that's not enough for you, be
reassured by the fact that almost all
of my friends will agree to meet me
there.

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Linus of Gulfport his moved to
Gulfport Presbyterian Church, 5312
27th Ave. So. in the main social hall
every Thursday from 10-noon. They
make bonnets, blankets and boo-
ties, etc. for premature babies at
All Children's Hospital and Bay-
front Hospital. To help, call "Sam" at
322-0859.

Evening Care
Givers Support Program
By Pamela Lanning
Pasadena Community Church
holds an evening care givers sup-
port group for those caring for loved
ones, a spouse, a parent or even a
neighbor or friend. The group meets
each Tuesday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in
the Life Enrichment Center, 227 70
Street S. and is in addition to the day-
time support group which meets each
Wednesday from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Both groups are open to the public
and provide a confidential setting in
which those attending can share their
experiences, joys and concerns of care
giving with others who are in like
situations. You do not have to reside
in the same house or even the same
state to be considered a care giver.
For more information, call Pam
Lanning at 347-2809 or Barbar Boggs
at 381-2499, ext. 214.

Saturday Art Mart
Pass-A-Grille Beach Art Mart, host-
ed by Suntan Art Center, will be held
on the patio in historic Pass-A-Grille
every Saturday from 8-2. Local artists
and artisans will sell photography,
fused glass objects, jewelry, paintings,
metal art, wooden chairs, furniture
and much more. Art Mart is located
between 10th and 9th Avenues on
Gulf Way across the street from the
well-known Hurricane Restaurant.
Call 363-2144 for more information.

Help for Addiction
Problems with drug or alcohol addic-
tion in a loved one? Don't know whom
to turn to for help? Contact Drug Re-
hab Resource for a free confidential
consultation to find the help you need.
Call today 1-866-649-1594 or find out
more at www.drugrehabresource.net.
Don't wait.

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females and males ages 14 to 20 who
are interested in a career in fire res-
cue who want to join their post. As
Explorers, they participate in job pro-
grams such as, but not limited to, ride
along, and learning life saving tech-


niques. There are fire skills and medi-
cal skills competitions. For competi-
tions they learn various fire rescue
and medical procedures. There is no
cost to join. If you are interested in be-
coming an explorer, contact the Lead
Advisor, Louis Distasio, by phone
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the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flo-
tilla 7-16 Gulfport located east of the
Gulfport Municipal Marina. The pro-
gram begins at 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.
and is continuous. Start any Tuesday
and 13 weeks later you'll complete
the program.
All materials will be included in the
cost of the program, which is $35 per
participant. A certificate of comple-
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The Unitarian Universalist Church
of St. Petersburg located at 719
Arlington Avenue N. on Mirror
Lake Drive will host a City Council
Candidates' Forum/Debate on
Sunday, October 28 from 4-6 p.m.
with a reception following. This is
a non-partisan, citywide event and
the public is encouraged to attend
to hear the candidates' views and
to meet them following the forum.
All City Council candidates have ac-
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uustpete.org
Crime, affordable housing, growth,
the homeless, and the city budget
were issues dominating the first can-
didates' forum on October 11, with
the homeless issue being the source
of the candidates' most divergent
opinions. This upcoming forum will
be an opportunity for the candidates
to elaborate further on their approach
to dealing with St. Petersburg's
homeless population, and other sig-
nificant issues which will shape the
city's future.
For more information on this ser-
vice, contact Rev. Manish K. Mishra
(727) 453-2212, MMishra@aol.com
or Ian O'Hara, (727) 916-1660, iano-
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Society of Young
Magicians to Meet
The Society of Young Magicians
(SYM) meets the first Saturday of
the month at 10 a.m. at the Victory
Church of the Nazarene located at 58
Street N. at 44 Avenue in Kenneth
City. SYM welcomes all children age
seven to 16 to learn magic. Classes
are free and taught by professional
magician Dick Laneau. Clowns are
also welcome to learn walk-around
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Salvation Army
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The Salvation Army St. Petersburg
Emergency Shelter is in need of food
and toiletry items to provide to needy
individuals and families.
Items needed include meats, mashed
potatoes, salt, butter, sugar, tooth
paste, disposable razors, soap, mouth
wash, hand combs, shampoo, tissue
packets, hand lotion, insect repellent
and sunscreen.
The Salvation Army's social services
encompass a wide range of programs
to help individuals and families over-
come daunting obstacles. The 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 Fourth Street S. in
St. Petersburg. Bulk donations may
be picked up by Salvation Army per-
sonnel. 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.


Scandinavian Club
The Scandinavian Club meets the
first Friday of the month at Banquet
Masters on Park Boulevard in Pinel-
las Park. Reservations are required.
Please call 546-5472.


St. Petersburg
Writers' Club
Anyone interested in writing is wel-
come to attend a meeting of the St.
Petersburg Writers' Club, the oldest
writers' group in Pinellas County.
The club meets on the first and
third Thursdays of the month from
6-9 p.m. in Room 121 of the West
St. Petersburg Community Library,
Ninth and 66th Streets, adjacent to
St. Petersburg College.
Call the library desk at
341-7199.

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International Adoption
Do you know that there are thou-
sands of children in desperate need
of loving homes in the world? New
Beginnings, Family & Children's Ser-
vices, Inc. can help unite one or more
of these children with your family.
To find out how to build your family
through International Adoption, call
584-5262 or visit us at 1301 Seminole
Boulevard, Suite 111 in Largo. You
may e-mail us at newbeginnings@aol.
org.
British Floridian Club
British Floridian Club
The British Floridian Club of the
Suncoast meets on the first Friday
of each month at 8 p.m. at the VFW
Post 4364, 5773 62 Street N. in St.
Petersburg. Activities include live
entertainment for dancing, picnics,
boat trips, mystery trips and the
old sing-along. For more informa-
tion, call Fred at 347-5268 or Vera at
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Volunteers are desperately needed
to deliver hot, nutritious meals to the
homebound in the Gulfport area. Vol-
unteering for the Neighborly 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.

Pinellas Weaver's
Spinner's Guild
The spinning group meets at 10 a.m.
the first Saturday and the first Mon-
day of each month at the Fiber Arts
House at Heritage Village, 11909 125
Street N. in Largo.


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Women for Sobriety
A self-help group for women with
drinking problems is held on Satur-
days at 9:45 a.m. at the Peninsula
Inn and Spa, 2937 Beach Boulevard
in Gulfport. The group will learn
and practice the "New Life" program
from Women for Sobriety, a national
self-help program for women.
The "New Life" program teaches
women ways in which to cope with
life's problems. Women learn ways
to feel good about themselves. This
program recognizes that women al-
coholics' biggest need in recovery is
to find self-worth and self-esteem to
overcome the debilitating feelings of'
guilt.
Women for Sobriety has self-


help groups all across the country,
helping women to recover from
the devastation of alcoholism.
To join this group call Joanie Clar-
kin at 347-3687. To receive the
program literature, send a self-ad-
dressed stamped business size en-
velope to the national office at WFS,
Inc., POB 618, Quakertown, PA
18951-0618.

Volunteers Needed
Dedicated volunteers are needed to
become part of the Ryan White Care
Council to help plan services for peo-
ple affected with HIV/AIDS living in
the community. Call Claudia at (727)
217-7070 for more information or to
receive a membership application.
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American Legion
Post 122 All Nurses
Regular meetings are held the first
Friday of every month at 1 p.m. at the
American Legion Post 273, American
Legion Drive, Madeira Beach. For
more informAtion, call 577-0142.

NYC Transit
Retirees to Meet
N.Y.C. Transit Retirees meet the first
Monday of each month at Piccadillys,
1900 34 Street N. in St. Petersburg at
1:30 pm. Phone Herb at 867-4832 or
Charlotte at 864-3666.

NARFE Chapter 845
The National Association of Retired
Federal Employees, Chapter 845,
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Amateur Boxing
Trainers Needed
Veteran non-profit boxing club with
a 20 year history in St. Petersburg is
looking for retired ex-boxers and ex-
trainers to assist them in their com-
mitment to building great amateur
boxers as well as confident young
adults.
Recent expansion and success has
created a youth membership inter-
est that outnumbers their current
staff of volunteers. If you are a lo-
cal retired citizen, possess a high
level of knowledge of teaching the
"sweet science," and have an inter-
est in tutoring young adult athletes,
call them at 892-6900 or stop by the
gym at 2710 Fourth Street N. in St.
Petersburg, Mon-Fri, 4:30-8 p.m.

Consign Your Art
Artists needed for consignment
art-new coffee house "George's Java
House" located in downtown St Pete.
70% payment to artist. Contact
Dottie at 327-4505.


Tutors Needed at
Gulfport Library
Do you have one hour a week? Would
you like to volunteer for a worthwhile
course? If your answer is yes, please
consider volunteering at your local
adult education school.
Students need support in read-
ing and math. If you would like to
be a part of this team, please call
the Community Relations person,
Joanie Clarkin at Lakewood Com-
munity School at 1400 54th Ave. So.,
893-2955, ext. 195 or cell at
434-3459.

St. Pete
Toastmasters 2284
St. Petersburg Toastmasters Club
meets every Tuesday from 6:15-8:30
p.m. at Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1900 34
Street N. Overcome your fear of pub-
lic speaking, and meet new people.
For more information, contact Will
Cooper at 893-8056 or email wma-
cooper@yahoo.com.


Toastmasters
Visit Toastmasters, a public speak-
ing club and see how you can speak
at the PTA, ask for a raise, become
a leader in your career and commu-
nity and improve your employment
opportunities. For time and location
call Pat D. at (727) 224-9771.

Eckerd College
"Walk-A-Mile"
Fitness walks take place every Mon-
day and Wednesday from 6:45 7:30
a.m. at Eckerd College, 4200 54 Av-
enue S. Call 864-7830 for more infor-
mation.


Azalea Ballroom Dance
Come out every Friday to the Azalea
Recreation Center, 1600 72 Street N.
for Ballroom Dance from 1-3 p.m.
Dance to the sounds of the live "Rex
Rogers Band". Door prizes and 're-
freshments. Singles and couples wel-
come. $2.50 per person. Call 893-7150
for more information.


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7 Joe McPherson had had an
eventful year, so far. And if he
had his way, it would become
even more momentous before the year
was over. In fact he was planning his
next major event for today.
He had started the year by shedding,
finally and, he hoped, irrevocably, the
nickname of "Joey." He had carried
the childish name not only throughout
his childhood but through his entire
adulthood as well. He now had Sarah
Livingston and her little boy Joey to
thank for helping him get rid of it.
Sarah had not only agreed to start
calling him Joe, but had actually done
it setting an example for everyone
else they knew. And little Joey had
enthusiastically agreed to do the
same, once he understood that the
name "Joey" would then become his
and his alone.
Joe saw Sarah as an angel, his angel,
and as a miracle worker in his life. She
had even convinced Joe's mother to
leave childish things in childhood and
to start calling her Joey "Joe." Hell,'
his mother was so happy that Joe was
spending time with a woman that she
saw as both desirable and marriage-
able, she probably would have agreed
to call him "Boris" if that's what Sar-
ah wanted.
And little Joey? In his own way, he
was a little miracle worker, too. He
was not only the center of his mother's
life, but of Joe's life as well. As much
as anything, he was the cement that
had bound Joe and Sarah together as
a couple.
The other major event in Joe's life
this year was his birthday in July.
He turned 40 the big 4-0. And it hit
him pretty hard. Not only was he not
a young man in his 20s, anymore, he
wasn't even in his 30s where he could
pretend that he was still young. He
was 40 unalterably, discouragingly,
irredeemably 40. There was no going
back.
And that made him stop and think.
A lot.
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y Roger Turner




And thinking led him to a decision: it
was time to ask Sarah to marry him.
It had been more than a year and
a half, now, since Sarah's husband
Jim had died March 2006, to be ex-
act. They had spent the first year in
mourning; Sarah insisted on it and
Joe understood and agreed. The two
of them had developed a deep friend-
ship during that year and Jqe had
also slipped into the role of Joey's sur-
rogate father.
Then this past March, they had had
their first official "date." A month lat-
er, they had. become intimate. Since
then, there was no looking back. Joe
was home and he knew it.
He'd been worried about the sex part
of their relationship, worried that
because it had'been such a long dry
spell for him, he might have forgotten
how or, worse, he might not be very
good at it. He had worried for noth-
ing. Turns out, sex is a lot like riding
a bicycle you don't forget. Plus, it's
a lot more fun and your butt doesn't
hurt afterwards.
So here they were, seven months
later. It was time to pop the question,
and Joe was nervous. He didn't have a
ring, didn't even know if Sarah want-
ed one. He figured that, if she did,
they would pick one out together.
They were having a family day, just
the four of them: Joe, Sarah, Joey and
Max, the irrepressible golden retriev-
er Joe had adopted from the SPCA
last year for Joey. And they had had
a cookout and picnic in Sarah's back
year grilled hamburgers and hot
dogs, potato salad and baked beans,
the usual.
The main topic of conversation had
been Little League. Joey was six,
now, and old enough to begin the pro-
gram. And he was interested. So after
cleaning up the picnic mess, the four
of them had piled into the car for a
field trip up to Tomlinson Lake Park
and the Little League complex the
city maintained there.
It was quite a sight, with the lush


green grass and the red clay of the
playing fields, the high fences and
the bleachers. Joey w.as obviously im-
pressed.
"What do you think, sport?" Joe
asked Joey, whose face was literally
pressed against the chain link fence.
"Awesome," Joey said.
Joe grinned at Sarah. "Where in
the world did he learn that word?" he
asked.
Sarah shook her head. "School, I
guess," she said, "like everything
else." Then she laughed. "At least he
didn't say 'totally' awesome."
They adjourned to the bleachers to
discuss the subject some more but
quickly realized the decision had al-
ready been made. Joey would be en-
rolled in Little League fQr the coming
season and Sarah would contact the
organization soon to find out what
she had to do and get the ball rolling.
Joey was so excited he could hardly
sit still.
That decided, Joe took a deep breath
and pointed to the observation plat-
form overlooking Tomlinson Lake.
"Let's take a walk over there," he said,
"and see what's going on." When they
parked the car, he had spotted the
shaded platform and decided that he
was going to do the deed there, with
everyone present and listening.
"Okay," Joey said and was off, with
Max, as always, at his heels.
Sarah smiled. "Best thing we ever
did," she said. "That dog."
When Joe and Sarah reached the
platform, Joey and Max were already
there, of course, and Joey had climbed
part way up the railing and was look-
ing over the top at the water.
"Hey, Joey," Joe said, "you shouldn't
be up there. Why don't you get down
and come over here. I have something
to ask your mother and I want you to
hear it."
Joey didn't move.
"Did you hear what he said?" Sarah
chimed in. "Get down from there."
Instead, Joey pointed out toward a
small island in the lake, just a few
feet off shore.
"What's that?' he asked.

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 intend-
ed. Next week: Chapter 7 continues
as we find out what that is.



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Dead Nuns in A Freezer: Something To Laugh At


By Cathy Salustri

Ask my friends and they'll
tell you: all those years of
college drama, film, and lit
classes have been absolute-
ly wasted on me. I know
how to unpack the most
complex stories and look
for symbolism and mean-
ing and theme and all that
happy... stuff. I just don't
want to. When I go see a
play, I basically want to
laugh, not think. I figure
life has enough angst and I
don't need to pay money to
see more of it.
Believe it or not, that's
why I hesitated to go see
Nunsense, Salerno The-
atre's latest production
at Gulfport's Catherine
Hickman Theatre. Sure,
it sounds like a laugh riot,
but I've worked with direc-
tor Derek Baxter before
and I know his heart lies
with experimental theatre.
I just didn't know how he'd
do with fluffy musical com-
edy.
No newcomer to directing,
though, Baxter delivered
a professional production
for the burgeoning young
company. I laughed, and
as much as I enjoyed the
show I think the Sunday
house enjoyed it more.
Sunday audiences can
wreak havoc with actors,
because these crowds have
a more subdued air- per-
haps because they often
attract older crowds or
because they don't have
the chance to have a few
glasses of wine with din-
ner before the show. Not so
last Sunday: from the mo-
ments the nuns came down
the aisles of the house the
audience seemed to un-
dertsand *they were along
for the ride.
In part you can credit the
artistic decision to place
so much of the action in
the house- more than the
script calls for. The rest of
the credit goes to five in-


credibly talented women
who ooze energy and tal-
ent.
Without spoiling the show,
I'll give you the highlights.
A bunch of nuns ate some
bad soup and died; now the
remaining nuns need to
raise money to bury them
before the health. depart-
ment finds the dead nuns
in the convent freezer.
Directing musical theatre
has its own challenges, but
Baxter meets them well.
Considering that for the
entire show you're watch-
ing five women in mostly
black sing on stage, he had
to find ways to place them
on that stage so thqy didn't
look like a line of penguins.
Somehow they moved
around the stage and end-
ed up in all the right plac-
es without looking like a
Catholic chorus line.
As far as the women's tal-
ents, each one deserves a
place in this show. Sister
Hubert (LaToya McCor-
mick) has far and away the
most amazing voice- her
solo blew me away. Sister
Leo (Careena Cornette)
amazed me with her danc-
ing- her tap number leaves
no question about her tal-
ent.
Sister Mary Amnesia
(Susan Bell) has some of
the best parts of the show,
inlcuding much of the in-
teraction with the audi-
ence. She could esily have
stolen the show from a
less talented and energetic
cast, but thankfully this
group held their own and
matched her energy.
Sister Robert Anne (Al-
exandra Walker) and Sis-
ter Mary Regina (Cheryl
Moore) also delivered
strong performances and
anchored the show through
some of the weaker-written
parts.
Before this entire review
sounds too much like a
love fest, I should mention
that a few things can stand


improving. Buying a ticket
proved frustrating. I opted
to buy my ticket at the
Hickman, and, upon arriv-
ing, I was second in line.
Five minutes later I was
still second in line, wishing
desperately I'd bought the
tickets online (an option
Salerno offers on their web
site). If you go, arrive early
to buy your ticket or, bet-
ter yet, learn from my mis-
take and buy your tickets
online.
Also taking away from
the performance was the
lighting on the Reverend
Mother's costume, which
appeared to have a distract-
ing sheen on it. In all fair-
eness to lighting designer
Peggy Huey, I know from
experience lighting any-
thing shiny onstage poses
a unique set of challenges
and perhaps the company
could have made a- differ-
ent choice with the Rever-
end Mother's costume. The
rest of the lighting worked
as it should in a well-run
show, meaning that all
the characters had light
and the spotlight came on
when I expected it to.


Finally, the wireless micro-
phones hummed a lot. At
one point I could hear one
of the microphones go off
and back on again. Since
the Hickman is a relative-
ly small theatre and they
do have overhead micro-
phones, I wondered if the
cast couldn't have made
themselves heard without
wireless microphones.
But everything I just
mention pales in com-
parison to how good I felt
watching the show and
when I left the theatre. All
in all, I would go see Nun-
sense again. They made me
laugh, and that's all I ask.
Nunsense runs through
this weekend at the Cathe-
rine Hickman Theatre. Call
Salerno at (813) 926-9175
or visit www.SalernoThe-
atre.com for tickets.

000

Cathy Salustri has worked
as a stage manager and
sound designer in Tamopa
Bay. You can contact her at
CathySalustri@TheGabber.
com


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Estimates. Licensed. 323-4792.
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Owner/Operator for over 20 years
"We make your trees feel beautifid"
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* Stump grinding
a Hazardous limb removal
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DAN'S HAULING-341-1135. Full Service
Cleanups. Bobcat & Demo Work.
SKIP'S MOVING- Pick Up & Delivery.
Movingtechl @yahoo.com. 727-773-6774.
CLEANOUTS & HAULING Apartment,
House, Garage, Warehouses, Yards. Truck &
Dump Trailer. Free Estimates. Call Jim, 365-
1481.
JOHNSON'S HAULING
Concrete and Asphalt Removal. Fill, Bobcat
Work, Debris, Grating, Foundations Filled,
Washed Shell and Sand. 727-423-5098 or
727-864-6840.


PINNIX PAINTING INC.- Interior, Exterior. In
Business Locally Since 1980. Free Estimates.
Commercial Residential References Upon
Request. Lic. #C4334. 548-9293.
BYRON JOHNSON PAINTING PLUS, INC.-
Interior/Exterior Painting, Staining, Drywall,
Taping, Pressure Washing, Free Estimates.
Lic. #C-9894, Insured, Quality Work. 727-365-
1088.
GET THE BEST-No Mess! Scott Daley Paint-
ing Contractor. Handyman Available. Interior/
Exterior, Insured. #C-7965. Since 1985. Se-
niors Discount. Call Anytime. 727-381-2057.
Gabber October 25 October 31, 2007


MASTERS PAINTING & DECORATING- In-
terior/Exterior with Benjamin Moore. Pressure
Cleaning. Wallpaper, Window Treatments,
Lic.#C-4749. Quality Work Over 20 Years. 344-
1674. References, Guaranteed.
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Exterior, Pressure washing. Owner Operated,
Lic. #C4505 Insured. Always Free Estimates,
Premium Painting. 727-525-9304.

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-Dollar Producer
Broker/Associate,
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New Price 199,900
532I2,BhA venue South
3bdrm/2ba Heart of Art District.
Ceramic tile floors, updated
kitchen & bath. Lag. Sreened
porch. 349,900
Stetson District
f13Z_9l Avenue
SUlthHome + income
3bdrm/2ba masonry home
w/terrazzo fls. Plus 1 bdrm/ 1 ba
apt. over 2 car garage New
PriMC.265,000

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5402_SL Avenue South
2bdrm 1.5 ba cottage with lots of


Golden Sands 55+ complex
4902 31s.Ave. # 111 -
Gulfport's best kept secret!
lbdrm/lba water view. 55+
complex new price 95,500

Town Shores 55+ complex
Buckingham 6060 Shore Blvd.
#5;2 Waterfront West corner
unit with spectacular water views.
Wrap around balcony, storm
shutters. Washer & dryer in unit.
Under bldg. parking. Boat slips
available. Unbelievable sunsets!
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New Listing 6258 At.h nueme
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5029 Burlington Ave. Oak
Ridge Sub -g"chanting
CAttojn.2bdrm/lba masonry w/
newer kitch & tile throughout. Den
could be office or 3" bedrmi. Great
back porch and delightful garden,
New Price 179,900

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6258 6t Ave. South
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Ivanhoe 1br deluxe, here we have ulous condo with
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Kenmore 2br/2ba, many upgrades in this desirable
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WATERFRONT TOWN SHORES
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+ heating. Electric storm shu tifully furnished
including dishes c. Perfect for own
enjoyment or re ment. Beautiful waterviews from
this top floor unit. Pool at fingertips. Great Buy $205,000
Listed & Contracted in 14 Days .ton 205,1 br deluxe,
new windows, pool at fingert 0nWtEuy $149,000
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MARINA VIEW TOWN SHORES
JAMISON #104 1/1 deluxe 1st floor. Renovated. Truly a
doll house. $139,900 U
AVALON #206 1 Br 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
LANCASTER #507 2/2 standard, many upgrades,
remodeled. $162,000
EMBASSY #7071/1.5 absolutely beautiful. Pet friendly
$245,000
FAIRFAX #205 2/2 standard, new kitchen, beautiful,
waterview, pet friendly. $169,000 IM "i
NOTTINGHAM #611, 1Br deluxe, bonus room, gorgeous
views. $149,500
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3 Contract Pending
3 SOLD

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Realtor*
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Tim Swanson 727-698-3506
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GULFPORT 2BR/1BA BUNGALOW- 6315
10th Ave. S. Updated! $149,500. Sun. 12-3pm.
Lana McDonald Realtor MARIE POWELL
727-776-2262.
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4P.M-Marina, 2714 48th St.
So. 3BR/2BA, Large Fenced Yard, Unique and
Spacious. Penny Cooper, FUTURE HOME
REALTY, 727-656-2229.
OPEN SUNDAY 10128 1-3P.M.- 5431 34th
Ave. No. 3BR/2BA/1CG, Over 1800 SF, Spa-
cious, Updated, Near NW Park. THE SUN
TEAM, 727-345-0099.
LOTS OF FRUIT TREES
Open Sunday 10/28/07, 1-4pm. 4659 26th
Ave. S. 3BR/2BA,1128sqft, $159,000. Martha
Simontis, Realtor, 727-235-5940 WEICHERT
REALTORS CREDENTIAL.
WATERFRONT 3/2- Carport, Great Back-
yard, 1458 SF. Open Sunday 1-4p.m. 300
89th Ave. NE. St. Petersburg, Vickie Skidmore.
WEICHERT REALTY, 727-244-5382.







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Villa Beauty, all on one floor. 2/2 Fla Rm,
carport. Only $149,900
Duplex Great area! Lovely 2BR ea. side,
lots of new updates. Roof, c/h/a, more.
$229,900.
www.tourtelotbrothers.com
-I!n ~Mike Rossen
727-367-1408
Gary Smith
727-384-3434 727-510-3832


ST. PETERSBURG
COLLEGE AREA!
Beautiful 2BR/1 BA with Carport, Large Fenced
Yard and Extra Fla. Room. Move-in Ready!
$134,900 Call Jim Tiernan with MARIE POW-
ELL & CO. 727-460-9352.


Town Shores Diplomat Bldg.
1 Bed 1.5 Baths 1170 sq. ft updated
kitchen, ceramic tile, Corian countertops,
Berber carpet, Just painted, Move right in.
Call 37 $179,500
727-343-71137 $ 7 ,0


THIS PROPERTY
PAYS FOR ITSELF!
Potential Rental $900/Mo. 3BR/2BA, W/D,
Cable Ready. Minutes to SPC, Shopping, Bea
ches, No Flood Zone. $215K. By Appt. Only.
Owner, 345-6429.


WE BUY HO USES


Jerry Lehman

727-492-9065


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\ ...has the Key to your Real Estate needs.
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347-0187 22 years with 34 years of
continued Real Estate Experience
Town Shores Plaza Lets Take Time -,.
5810- 28th Avenue South TO Talk Town Shores".
Gulfport, Florida 33707 To Talk Tw ho res
BUYING ''
_SELLING 1 -- Town Shores Resident
LEASING AVAILABLE LISTINGS Broker/Owner
2Br/2B1 condo boasts newer appliances and newer carpet. Laundry same floor. A great buy at
Jamison #205 $139,900
IBr deluxe, convenient laundry same floor. Park at door. Barelay #103 $119,000
IBr deluxe, updated & modern furnishings, new a/c. Jamison #404 $120,000
Marina View IBr deluxe, fuly furnished w/carport, laundry same floor. An ideal location..................
$125,000
ISold "As Is" 2Br/2Ba furn w/carport, laundry same floor $150,000
MARINA WATERFRONT
Best Buy, 1 Br deluxe, fully furnished w/carport plus laundry same floor. Don't snooze & lose, A steal
at Manchester #512 Reduced to $139,900
1Br w/covered parking. Newer appliances, central air & carpet. Laundry same floor. Sold "as is" can't
beat the price. Groton #209 $105,000
5th Floor IBr deluxe updated w/carport, move in condition, laundry same floor. Lancaster #504.......
Reduced to $149,000
WIDE OPEN WATERFRONT
Customized lBr/1.5Bath w/carport, newer windows/elec shutters & additional closet. Kitty accepted.
Diplomat #307 $195,000
Next to Clubhouse lBr/1.5Ba fully furnished w/additional closet plus electric shutters. Parking near
door. Small pet accepted. Reduced to $200,000
What A View! lBr/1.5 Bath, w/newer windows w/electric shutters, carpeting, & kitchen appliances
complete with annual tenant. Small pet accepted Windsor #1008 $229,900
WI est Corner Possible 3Br/2.5Bath, (2320 sq. ft. per builder) w/carport, washer/dryer hookups. Seller
may accept trade or short term mortgage. Come see and compare. Diplomat #312 ....$360,000
SEASON RENTALS
Waterfront I Br w/covered parking, laundry same floor, no smoking $1000 mo.
Marina Waterfront 2Br/2Ba updated & new kitchen appliances $1500 mo.
Wide Open Waterfront 2Br/2Ba w/laundry same floor. Embassy #304 $1500 mo.
ANNUAL RENTALS
Waterfront IBr furn w/carport, laundry same floor, no smoking. Nottingham #211 ....................$900 mo. I
Marina Waterfront 2Br/2Ba this is Florida. Manchester #114 $1100 mo.
IWide Open Waterfront IBr Deluxe. Furnished. Windsor #808 $1000 mo.
LGabber October 25---------------------------------- October 31, 2007
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ST. PETE BEACH APT.- 1/1, Close to Ev-
erything. All New Inside. Annual Lease, Non
Smoker, $675/Mo. Includes W/S/G & Cable.
367-1437.
SEASONAL RENTAL WANTED-for N/S older
couple. Gulfport/Pasadena area. Dec. 15th -
Mar. 15th call 727-243-7251.


$1015.00 MOVE IN
2BR/1 BA, Remodeled Apt., Extra
Clean, 1 Year Lease, 1-1/2 Block to
fishing Pier & Beach. $860/mo. $800
Security Deposit, Pets OK, 5320
29th Ave. So., #C, Drive by and see,
then Call RJ 727-647-0331


BAY ISLAND CONDO-1BR/1BA, Pool/Open
Water View. 55+, $795/Mo. Lease Purchase
Available. 810-441-5942.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE- For
Lease. FlexOffice $100/Mo. Private Office from
$250/Mo. Free Internet & Conference Room.
Great Location. Ample Parking. Ideal for Inde-
pendent Professionals and Small Businesses.
3530 1st. Ave. No., St. Pete. 727-327-3500.
ST. PETE- 1260 70th St. N. 1Br/1Ba. Backs
to Pinellas Trail. 1 mile to Tyrone Mall. New
carpet/paint First month free. $625. 727-776-
5715
NICE OFFICE BUILDING -1100 Sq. Ft. in
Heart of Gulfport Business/Art Distict. Full
Kitchen, Bathroom, Conference Room, Re-
ceptionist Area. Private Office in Addition to
Space for 5+ Desks, Telephone Systems.
Available Immediately. $1400/Mo. 727-687-
0568.
PET FRIENDLY DUPLEX-ground floor 1BR
Apt. Private fenced backyard. Common fenced
front yard. On site laundry and Parking. $650/
Mo. plus Electric, $650. Security. 727-374-
3639 or 727-599-9750.

SPECTACULAR
WATERFRONT VIEW
2BR/2BA plus Guest room. Upscale Renova-
tions with Open Kitchen, Ceramic/Tile/Hard-
wood, 8th floor, Pool. Walk to Gulfport Art Dis-
trict. 55+, $1200/Mo. Lease Option Possibility.
Low Utilities, Cat Ok. 727-204-5641.
FIRST MONTH FREE!-St. Pete the Wave.
2BR/2BA Condo, 887 Sqft. Overlooking Gar-
den. First Floor, New Everything, Pets Wel-
come. Pool, Fitness, Great Location. 1yr. Mini-
mum $850/Mo. 727-249-6847.
EFFICIENCY UNFURNISHED-Near 54th Ave.
No. & 28th St., St. Pete. All Utilities Included.
$165/Week. 727-418-3584.
LARGE BRIGHT STUDIO-Apt. in Pass-a-
grille (750sqft.+)-Suitable for Office. No Pets,
Unfurnished, Annual Rental $900/Mo. 727-
360-8844.
OFFICE SUITE-1430sqft. Elegantly Remod-
eled Historic Building in Great Downtown
Location. 449 Central Ave. Call Jeri 727-374-
3092.
1 PERSON STUDIO APT.-Close to Beach
and Stetson. Non Smoker, No Pets. Includes
all Utilities, Cable and W/D. $550/Mo. Plus Se-
curity, and Background Check 727-327-0852.
Gabber October 25 October 31, 2007


EFFICIENCY APT. 5626 1/2 Gulfport Blvd.
Private, Quiet, Very Nice Modern Apt. Single
Mature Adult, Credit/References a Must. 1
Year Lease, Great for Senior. $435 & Power.
Drive by First and Call 727-384-2259. Avail-
able Dec. 1st.
GULFPORT 2BR/1BA HOUSE- Mini Garage.
Dishwasher, Blocks to Water and Arts. No
Section 8, $900/Mo. Additional Large room
Optional. 2810 53rd St S. 727-742-7840.
5901 & 5925 FAIRFIELD AVE SO. 1 & 2BR's
Available, C/H/A, WST Inlcuded. $200 Off
First Month's Rent. Broderick & Associates,
Inc. 727-544-1403.
www. broderickrealty.com
TOWNSHORES-Lovely 1st floor Furnished
2BR2BA Condo; Near Clubhouse, Pool. New
Kitchen, $850/mo. plus electric, 6mo. lease,
Security, No Pets/Smoking 1-630-665-4128.
PET FRIENDLY, GATED COMMUNITY-w/2
Pools, Close to St. Pete Beach. Offering Up-
dated 3/2's at $1200/Mo. & 2/2's at $950/Mo.,
All with Screened Patios, Diana Sames RE/
MAX PREFERRED 727-776-0122.
6100 GULFPORT BLVD. UNIT 115A- 2BR/
1BA, Gated Condo w/Pool. $1150/Mo. 3 Year
New Remodel. Across from Stetson. Call Da-
vid, 727-244-0989.
2BR/1BA ON LARGE-Lot over Looking Tan-
gerine Green Way. New Paint & Carpet. Sun
room & Florida room. 5129 Tangerine. $850/
Sec. and $850/Mo. 727-343-9595.
BEAUTIFUL 1/1 APT.- In the Heart of Gulf-
port Art District. Walk to Beach, Store, Res-
taurants. Nicely Remodeled, Quiet. $695/Mo.
727-687-0568.
LARGE UPDATED STUDIO-Style Apt.
(750sqft+) 8th Ave. Pass-a-grille. No Pets, Un-
furnished, Annual Rental $950/Mo. Also 2 Ef-
ficiency Apts in Pass-a-grille. No Pets Annual
Rental $650 & $700 727-360-8844.

HUGE 3 BEDROOM 2 FULL BATH'S
5620 -10th Ave. No.
Master suite has Jacuzzi Garden Tub
Large Fenced Yard Garage
21 x 20 Family Room
Washer & Dryer Included Cat's Allowed
$1,300 per month plus Security Deposit
Phone: (727) 631-2712 For Appointment
2BR/1BA GULFPORT DUPLEX-Owner Oc-
cupied, Treed Corner Lot, Laundry Room,
Great Location, $750/Mo. 727-343-4558.
1BR UNFURNISHED APT.- 3031 54th St. S.
1 Block from Beach, Across from Veterans
Park. $650/Mo. + Security, W/G/S Included.
Responsible pet owners welcome. Clean well
maintained quiet building. Available Now. 727-
409-9984 Days, 727-327-1646 Evenings.
WE RENT YOUR PROPERTY- To Qualified
Tenants within 4 weeks or We Give You 50%
Discount on our Service! Property Manager
Alla Panteleyva CPMS, 727-251-4004. Search
for Home at
www.EsearchHome.com
ST. PETE/HISTORIC KENWOOD- Nice 2BR/
1BA, Tile Kitchen, New Appliances, W/D, No
Pets, Hardwood Flooring, 2520 1st Ave. No.
727-729-0385.
1,2 & 3 BR HOUSES- Move in special. Call
Linda 688-7923


LARGE FURNISHED STUDIO APT.- Sepa-
rate Kitchen & Bath, Water Included. $500/Mo.
Call Misty, 727-475-0259.

O 1 E SPA. [ J E
GULFPORT,
770 sf, $1150/mo Includes all utilities
1131 sf $1695/mo Includes all utilities
1641 sf$2051/mo Plus Utilities. Move-in
ready; free standing building zoned for CG
for professional office in low traffic area.
Totally updated in 2004.
Owner/broker; Rod 344-0716

1BR FURNISHED- Cent. Ht/AC. Washer/
Dryer. $150 wk. $250 Sec. Plus elec. & cable.
345-1798
DELIGHTFUL GULFPORT 1BR/1BA -Pri-
vate, Quiet Location, Very Clean, Carpet/Tile,
Central Air, Carport. $550/Mo, Available Now!
Call Marie, 727-657-1259.
STUDIO APT. Overlooks, Park and Tennis
Courts. Large Bath with Tub. Conveniently lo-
cated. All Utilities Included. Credit Check Re-
quired. (727)867-0070.
GULFPORT WATERFRONT CONDO- Town
Shores 55+. Very Large 1/1, Furnished or Un-
furnished. 6 Month Min. Lease: 727-204-7288.
2707 56TH ST. SO.- 2B/2BA/1CG w/Large
Florida Room. Central Air/Heat with W/D
Hookup. $1000/Mo. Call Dave, 727-244-0989.
PASADENA (66TH ST/2ND AVE SO.AREA)-
2BR House, $695/Mo. 2BR Apt. $695/Mo. Tile
Floor, Central Location. Close to Bus & Shop-
ping. Plus Security Deposit. 727-345-1367.
TREASURE ISLAND CAPRI-Large 2BR/2BA,
Swimming Pool, Waterfront, Tennis, Sauna.
Reduced $1100 Yearly. Small Pet Ok. Commo-
dore 11760 Capri Circle 727-367-3100.

FURNISHED
TOWN SHORES
Windsor #911, 2/2, Updated, Incredible Sun-
sets, All Amenities. Annual/Seasonal. Can be
Furnished. Available Dec. 1, 2007. 727-894-
9294
S. PASADENA-2BR/1BA/1CG-Corner Lot
With Waterview, 840SqFt. 1402 Durling Dr.
Fenced Yard & All Appliances $975/Mo. Avail
Mid Dec. 614-348-0399, 614-778-5087.
GULPORT ART DISTRICT- Large Studio
Apartment, Walk to Beach, Kitchen, Bath, In-
cludes W/S/G and Carpeting. Security Plus
$550/mo. 727-644-2441
WATERFRONT CONDOS-1 Bedroom Fur-
nished and Unfurnished, Remodeled. $700/
Mo.-$750/Mo. Annual. Only One Car, Small
Pet Ok. Call 727-686-3506.
PET-FRIENDLY GULFPORT DUPLEX-Walk
to Beach/Marina. Spacious, Updated 1BR/
1 BA. Oak Jungle, Privacy-Fenced Courtyard.
Woman Preferred. $625/Month includes W/S/
G and Cable TV. $500 Security. Year Lease.
727-251-2766 Leave Message.
TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 327-5368.
SPBCH-Yearly, Unfurnished, 2BR/1BA, One
Block to Beach, $800/Mo., EXECHEQUER
R.E., 727-367-5647.


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GULFPORT 1/1 duplex scrn porch park like setting near art dist. $595
GULFPORT 1/1 single family cottage on large green lot GREAT price $625
PERKINS 3/2 CHA Large rooms over 1100 sq ft WSG Incl. $875
MEL-TAN 3br/lba CHA near shopping and midtown SPC ONLY $750
HARCOURT 2/3br 2ba New kitchen Fenced yard 2 screened porches $1025
WOODLAWN 3br/1.5ba/lcar Newer kitchen & appliances new firs $11.95
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PASADENA- 7020 Hibiscus Ave. 2BR/1BA
House, Outside Utility Room, $800/Mo. And
Apt. 2BR/1BA, Undercover Parking. C/H/A,
Near Albertsons. $775/Mo. Janet Shapiro,
727-345-7036.
GULFPORT DUPLEX-2/1 Carport. Nicely
Updated, W/D. Lawn Maintenance/Water In-
cluded. CHA, Pets Ok. $825/Mo. 1st and Se-
curity. 18mo. lease Optional. $50. nonrefund-
able background credit check. Available 12/1.
305-244-6860 leave message.
CHARMING GULFPORT-2BR/1BA House.
Washer/Dryer, Fenced in yard, Hardwood
floors, CHA, $895/Mo. No section 8. 1719 53rd
St. S. Call 727-867-8629.
3037 56TH ST. SO.-Arts District, 1 Block to
Beach, 2BR/1BA, CHA, Garage, Fenced, Pets
OK, New Condition. $925/Mo. 727-526-0099.
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT-Gulfport Art Dis-
trict, Walk to Beach, Shops, Restaurants..
Quiet, Nice, $485/Mo., 727-687-0568.
PASADENA-Yearly, Unfurnished, 1BR/1BA
House, Enclosed Porch + Yard, Pets OK, $700/
Mo., EXECHEQUER R.E., 727-367-5647.
2 ROOM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITE- Super
Location, Central Ave. @ 42nd St. No. Ample
Parking. Only $392/Mo. Owner/Realtor, 727-
367-1460.
ROOM FOR RENT- Share Home. Furnished,
Pasadena Area. $500/Mo. 727-345-9230.
TOWN SHORES DIPLOMAT 55+- Wide Open
Waterfront Condo. 2BR/2BA, Master Bedroom
Overlooks Bay. 1500 SF, $1100/Mo. Available
11/1.727-510-8530.
FREE RENT FIRST MONTH! Clinton Arms
Apts, 3060 Clinton St. So. Gulfport. 1,300
Sq/Ft. New Tile, Laundry Room, Dishwasher,
2BR/1.5BA, Upstairs. 1 Block from Beach.
875/Mo., $700 Deposit. Available Nov. 1st, Up-
stairs 1BR Apt. $650/Mo.
ST. PETE/GULFPORT TWO LOCATIONS
1 BR/1 BA Apts. Great Locations & Floor Plans.
$650-$680/Mo. Diane Boyle, 727-894-3252.

ST. PETE BEACH
BELLE VISTA-
2.5BR/1BA, Wood Floors, One Block From
Beach, Asking $1400. Call Craig 727-894-
9294.
GULFPORT DUPLEX- 2/i/Carport. Approx.
1000 Sq. Ft. Newly Renovated, Ceramic
Floors, Fireplace, C/H/A, Non Smoking, Pet-
less. Senior. $875/Mo. 321-6332.
2BR/2BA CONDO- So. Pasadena. Commu-
nity Pool & Clubhouse. Beautiful Ceramic Tile,
New Carpet & Paint. $875/Mo. 727-374-3092.


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GULFPORT HOUSE- Adorable Galley Kitch-
en. New Shiny wood Floors and Tile Floors.
Tranquil Dining in the Florida Room or Enjoy
Barbecues on the Deck! Non-Smoking Only.
$875/Mo. Call 978-758-8299 or 727-344-
4978.
SOUTH PASADENA CAUSEWAY-Village
2BR/2BA Furnished Mobile. CHA, Washer/
Dryer, Clubhouse & Swimming .Pool, Available
Dec. Call 727-347-1079.
TOWNSHORES HAMPTON-1st Floor 1BR/
1BA Condo. New Appliances, All Amenities.
Annual $695/Mo. Available Mid Nov. No Pets
727-954-6659.
1BR/1BA NEWLY REMODELED-Upstairs
Apt. Close to Beach and Stetson. Non Smok-
er, No Pets. Includes all Utilities. $650/Mo. 1
person $750/Mo. 2 People. Background Check
and Security Deposit 727-327-0852.
N. ST. PETE-3BR/2BA, like New MOD Home.
Double Carport, Screened Porch, CHA,
Fenced. $800/Mo. plus 1st/last and $400 Se-
curity. 727-547-1844.
SPACIOUS 2BR PLUS DEN- And Fam-
ily Room, Tiled Throughout, W/D. Will Lease
Unfurnished, $1100 plus Security. Will Lease
Furnished, Includes Electric/Water, $1500
plus Security. Shara, 727-452-8818.
GULFPORT, 5019 #4 29TH AVE. SO.-(Up-
stairs), 2/1, New Kitchen & Hardwood Floors.
Coin W/D on site. $695/Mo. + $400 Security
Includes Water. 742-5140.
A LITTLE LAKE VIEW-2BR/2BA, Breakfast
Bar, Furnished or Unfurnished, Pets Ok, W/D
Available $950/Mo. $500/Deposit, $100 off 1st
Month with Years Lease 727-215-8518.
GULFPORT NEAR STETSON- Condo, 2Br/
2BA, New in 2005! MINT Cond.! Top Floor,
Corner Unit, Private Balcony, POOL! Pets OK!
Flexable Lease. Photos Available via e-mail.
$1175/Mo. E-mail or call
chuchmcintire@kw.com 502-819-6928.
S. PASADENA CHATEAU TOWERS-2BR/
2BA, Balcony, Waterfront, Pool, Spa, Sauna,
Fitness Center, Newly Painted, Covered Park-
ing $1100/Mo., (Unfurnished). 727-347-0909,
804-8546.
2BR/1BA DUPLEX-In Gulfport, Close to Boca
Ciega H.S. Fenced Backyard and Carport
$675/mo Plus Security. Cal /327-4273.
1BR APT.-Gulfport Area, Immaculate. First,
Last, Security. $550/Mo. C/H/A, Laundry. Cen-
trally Located, Small Quiet Complex. Petless,
Smokeless. Reserved Parking. 727-360-4054.
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the Gabber to place your ad here. 321-6965.
WALK TO GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-And
Beach. Charming 1939 2BR/1.5BA Home.
Updated, Hardwood Floors, Newer Applianc-
es, C/H/A, W/D. Large Porch, Tropical Yard,
No Smoking, $1500/Mo. Seasonal, 1st/last/
Security 727-327-1384, 727-204-5641.
KENWOOD 1BR FURNISHED- No Pets. Pri-
vate Outbuilding. 1 st Ave. No. 727-729-0385.
1BR/1BA TOWN SHORES CONDO- Florida
Room, Pool View, .Carport. 55+, Non-Smoker.
$725/Mo. Available Nov 1 st. Yearly Lease. Call
Diana, 381-4968 or John 798-8144.
1420 56TH ST. S. GULFPORT-3BR/2BA, 1
Car Garage, CHA, Fenced Yard. Seasonal
Rental $1150/Mo & $1150 Security Deposit
Call 727-302-9838.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-1BR Cottage,
Private Courtyard. New Kitchen, Bath, Tile
Floors. Non-Smoking, Cat/Small Dog OK.
$675/Mo. Seasonal, 727-327-1384, 727-204-
5641.
GULFPORTVACATION RENTAL- 1/1, C/H/A,
W/D, Cable TV, Clean & Cozy, Walk to Restau-
rants. Available 4/1/08 $1500/Mo. Bring Your
Suitcase! 727-418-7272.



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Since 1968

321-6965
Serving Gulfport and surrounding
Communities every Thursday for over 37 years



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
ROOM FOR RENT-In Gulfport Community.
2BR House, Garage, Fenced, Female Pre-
ferred, All house Privileges. $395/Mo. 727-
481-8303.
HOUSE TO SHARE-Working, Responsible
Only. Own Bedroom with Cable and Bath,
Overlooking Inground Pool/Lanai. Walk to
Beach. No Pets. $550/Mo. Share with Gay
Male Couple 727-346-9031.
FEMALE TO SHARE GULFPORT HOME-
$500/Mo. & Deposit, Share Utilities, Smoker
OK, Now Available. 727-239-2176.
LARGE BEDROOM- Huge Closet, Plenty of
Parking. 125/Wk. Call Misty, 727-475-0259.
ROOM AVAILABLE- Neat, Tidy, Non-Smok-
ing Person to Share House with Privileges in
Quiet Neighborhood near Gulfport. No Pets,
$500/Mo. 727-374-3864.
TOWNHOUSE ST. PETE-$700/Mo. 3BR/
2.5BA, All Privileges, Utilities, Cable, Pool.
$300 Deposit. Non-smoker, No Pets.727-515-
5003, 727-709-5503.
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FIXER UPPER REDUCED- 5th St. & 5th Ave.
No. 453 5th Ave. No. 2Story, Live Upstairs,
Storage/Workshop Below. No Flood Insurance
Required. $119,000. 727-345-2659.


2 Lots zoned R2. Lot 9 & 10 in beautiful
Gulfport. Lot 9 has house, breezeway &
garage. Buying lots 9 & 10 you now have
income property! New roof, new CHA
(5 ton) New, New, New! Buy all $265,000.
Call for details. 727-637-7579


Annie Thompson j
626.3 Fairfield Ave S.
St. Peterburg,. FL 3370iS 7 I
Phone (7271 346-3239

Town Shores of Gulfport
Dover #111 Carport #75. 2/2 bth, 1250 deluxe, lovely
Florida style condo, light & bright, updated kitchen
& baths. 20 lb. Pets welcome. $187,000
Kenmore #109
1/1 815 sqft, updated, mqve in ready, owner
willing to lease purchase, reduced to $128,000
House with Income
2/1 house & IBr/lBa. 401 35th St. So., corner lot.
Easy care! Just Reduced $179,000
Gulfport Home
5134 15th Ave S 2/1 Block home. Gleaning
Terrazzo Floors. Best Buy at $145,000 -





NeldaJHamm@aol.com
Neldahamm.com
Nelda Hamm
418-8948
1213 59th St S $129,900 furnished Best deal in town! Stetson area,
newer kitchen and bath, 400 sq ft great room, deck & alley access! You
must see inside to appreciate!
NEW USTING: 6307 8th Av S $139,5001 Wonderful location &
pride of ownership! Red brick street, hardwood floors under
carpet, newer windows, possible in-law suite, great yard w/ fruit
trees & alley access, RV/Boat parking, 2 car carport! A must seel
1214 55th St S $137,800 -- Another goodie! Three bedrooms,
newer central H/A, newer kitchen & laundry, spacious living/dining
area, walk to Boca Ciega!
1701 58th St S Reduced to $239,000 3 bed, 1/5 bath, new
roof & kitchen, windows, ceramic, make this home special! Open
floor plan & updates galore!
5121 16th Av S $199,000 3 bed, 2 baths in prestine condition
and built in 2004!
4926 10th Av S $149,900 2 bed, 1 bath and absolutely
adorable with new everything! A must see inside
510912th Av S Reduced to $98,000 1 bed, 1 bath 'doll
house" with a detached garage/apartment -- call for details!
5694 40 Ter N #324 Clearvlew Oaks Condo $48,900 1 bed,
first floor unit, 55+ ages, pet friendly, washer & dryer in unit,
$181 maintenance feel Newer cent H/A, 2 patios!
Hernando Beach waterfront canal lot $94,900 Popular
subdivision near Spring Hill Build now!
4811 Coronado Way S. SOLD
4819 Coronado Way S. SOLD
5410 16th Av. S. SOLD
Gabber October 25 October 31, 2007


ESTATE SALE
ANDALUSIAN CONDO
8151 Blind Pass Rd #6, St. Pete Beach. 1/1,
Minutes from Beach, Newly Renovated.
$129,000. Make an Offer!! CHARLES RUTEN-
BERG REALTY. 727-409-2034. Realtor is Part
Owner.
MOVE-IN READY-Town Shores Buckingham,
8th Floor, w/balcony Over water view. 2BR/
2BA New Kitchen w/ Granite counters, New
CHA, Bathrooms, and Carpeting $260,000.
813-380-2992 or 813-251-4101.



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OPEN HOUSE BAY ISLAND
1-3 O'CLOCK
Yorktown-Bldg #103 $159,000
1 bed/1 bath beautiful and
up-dated Possibly to lease
boat-slip with purchase of a
small boat. For more info call:
727-430-8085

Presidential Bldg #506
1 bed/1 bath, new carpet & tile
stunning Marina view $145,000
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WATERVIEW PENTHOUSE-Pasadena
Yacht Club, Large 2/2 Updated and fully fur-
nished. $429,900. Diane Chandler, CHA RLES
RUTENBERG REALTY, 410-5611.
MULTI-FAMILY GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-
Let Tenants Paj, Your Mortgage! 3 Houses on
Lot. All Separate Utilities & Addresses. Main
Home (Owner Occupied) 2100sq.ft., 4BR/
3BA, Fireplace, Hardwood Floors, Ceramic tile
Bath. 2nd Structure 2BR/1BA, Key West Style
Bungalow. (Tenant Occupied @ $950/Mo.)
3rd structure Quaint Studio with Full Kitchen,
Hardwood Floors, Tall Ceilings. (Tenant Occu-
pied $555/Mo.) Great Tenants! All With Brick
Paver Drives, Porches, & Patios. Beautifully
Landscaped. $595,000. 2413 54th St. S. 727-
510-8538.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY GULFPORT-
450 SF Office, 750 SF Shop. Outside Stor-
age, No Evacuation Zone, For More Details,
$148,000. 727-542-8580, Todd.
435 PARK ST. NO. JUST REDUCED- To
$321,900. 2BR + Office or 3rd BR + 20x24
Artist Studio. 2 Car Carport & Extra Storage.
Room for Boat and RV Parking. View of In-
tercoastal. REAL ESTATE NETWORK, INC.
727-399-0864. Yvonne Tanis, 727-866-6173
or 204-3821.
CUTE 2BR/1BA BLOCK BUNGALOW- On
2 Lots w/Lg 27x1 1 Bonus room which could
make a great 3rd BR or great family room.
$119,000. Karen Titus Realtor, WEICHERT
REALTORS CREDENTIAL. 727-771-5055.
WATERFRONT CONDO
5575 Gulf Blvd, #435, St. Pete Beach, 2BR/
2BA, 1350sqft., Corner unit, $305,000. Martha
Simontis, Realtor, 727-235-5940 WEICHERT
REALTORS CREDENTIAL.
GULF-FRONT CONDO
12th Floor unit at Envoy Point, St. Pete Beach,
2BR/2BA, Garage, Gated, 1180sqft, $589,000.
Martha Simontis, Realtor, 727-235-5940
WEICHERT REALTORS CREDENTIAL.
GREAT NORTHSIDE LOCATION-Priced
$25,000 below market value.High & Dry Diss-
ton Area. 2BR/2BA/2Carports. Spacious Fam-
ily Home. Large Screen room. Sprinkler Sys-
tem, Alley Access, Close to Everything. Seller
to install New Central System. Also will pay
1st year Homeowner's Insurance Premium
$144,900 727-215-2001.
HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED-Down by the
Bank? Give us a call, We have Helped many
fulfill their Dreams 727-954-6171.
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PANORAMIC BAY VIEWS- isla Del Sol! Luxu-
rious 1250 Sq/Ft., 2BR/2BA Balcony. Heated
Pool/Spa. Garage Parking. Like NEw 4345K.
WEHR REALTY, 727-327-2900.
PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $12 per
issue. Call 321-6965.
FOR SALE BY OWNER- 4925 14th Ave. So.
Make Offer. 727-327-4273.
3BR/1BA NEWLY REMODELED-1744 20th
Ave. So. Completely Fenced, Large Back Yard,
New: CHA, Cabinets, Carpet. $130,000. 727-
895-6040.
4601 3RD AVE.. NO.- 1578 Sq. Ft., 3BR/1 BA,
Open Plan, Concrete Block, No Flood Zone,
Carpet/Ceramic Tile, C/H/A, Remodeled in
2004, Fenced Back Yard, Double Corner Lot,
Alley Access. Appraised in 240K. $220,000.
813-477-2367.









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Gazebo of So. Pasadena. Join our Team. By
Appt. Only. 727-381-3603.







3857 Central Ave. 323-3333
Great location, 5 stations, foowels,
product & more. Great business
opportunity. Reasonable price
$18,000. Bank or Owner Finance.
Low downpayment.




BOOTH RENTAL AVAILABLE-So. Pasadena.
347-0745.
EXPERIENCEDTELEMARKETERS- Wanted.
Huge Payout, Daily Spiff, Flexible Hours, Ex-
perience a Must. 727-895-8388 11am-4pm.
EXPERIENCED COMMERCIAL SEWING-
Machine Operator. Full Time. Medical Manu-
facturing Company. Call Nancy, 327-6950.

CSR 4-40 or 2-20
Needed Immediately
A State Farm Agent is seeking FT qualified customer
service representatives to work in a large, fast paced
agency using best in class communication skills.
Minimum of 1 year P/C experience
Must possess 2-20 or 4-40 FL license
Strong typing skills 30 wpm
Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel and Outlook)
Please fax resume to 727-576-1764

FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER- For Small-
Medical Manufacturer. Full Charge BookCom-
pliance, Peach tree Software. Resume and
References Salary requirements. Retirees
Welcome. Fax to 727-327-3255 or Email
nancy@usaxray.com
MEDICAL MANUFACTURER Seeks Bilin-
gual Customer Service Rep. Gulfport Loca-
tion, Retiree OK, Send Resume or Call Nancy,
Burkhart Roentgen, International. 727-327-
6950. Fax 727-327-3255.
HAIRDRESSER PT/FT- $8.50 Hourly or $60%
Commission. No Sundays. U.S. 19 Mainlands.
727-577-3462.
SPARTAN'S RESTAURANT-Needs F/T-P/T
Servers. Located Between Sweet Bay and Tax
Collectors Office 1059 62nd Ave. S. Apply in
Person Mon.-Sat. 2-4pm.
UNIQUE SALES OPPORTUNITY!- National
Cremation Society, America's Largest & Old-
est Cremation Society is Looking for Some-
one to Represent Its Pre-Arranged Services
in St. Pete. Retirees Encouraged to Apply. Fax
Resume or Information to Diana at 727-530-
0421.
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Immediate Opening for Unit Manager. RN Pre-
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Fannie Howell, Dir. of Nursing. Please Call
727-344-4608.
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and Prep Cook. Apply in Person 3054 Beach
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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$- Cash for Cars!
Clunkers or Junkers. Gems or Jewels. All cars
bought 727-512-4371.


$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.
1976 F-100 VAN- 351 V-8, 1 Owner. $850
o.b.o. 345-9717.
1981 AMC SPIRIT- Runs, Needs Some Work.
$1200 o.b.o. 727-512-3862.
1985 650 HONDA-Motorcycle, Nighthawk.
Excellent Condition, $2000 Cash o.b.o. 727-
459-8485.
1987 MAZDA 626-4Dr, Auto, Cold AC, $775
Cash Al 727-851-5865.
1989 FLEETWOOD CADILLAC- White, Blue
Leather, CD Player, New Tires. $1800. 409-
0236.
1991 TOYOTA CAMERA LE/V6- Sharp. 69K
Org. MI. Alloy Wheels. Needs Engine Work.
Going Price. $3500/Sell As Is $1700 o.b.o.
687-8024.
2001 DODGE RAM CONVERSION VAN-
Loaded! Like New. New Transmission. TV/
VCR/CD, 82K, $8700.727-564-0830.
MIDDLE & REAR SEATS FOR- 1992 Dodge
Caravan. $35/Each o.b.o. 727-327-2925.



1991 Celeber 2DR A/C ........ $975
1991 Chrys N. Yorker A/C ..... $1025
1988 Suburban 3/4 Ton ...... $1175
1984 Caddy A/C ......... ...$450
1986 Fiero 5SP A/C .......... $950
1983 Dodge Van A/C ......... $978






DINING ROOM SET- Light Oak, 6 Windsor
Style Chairs, $200. 727-323-0900.

Coin Opei-dLtud
Wamhei a & Dryers


90-Day Warranty. 20 Units Going Fast.
S Call & See Yours Today!
All must be gone by Saturday!
|Call 542-04B3

PUT YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $8 per is-
sue. Call 321-6965.
SIMMONS SUPREME-Queen Bed with Frame
and Headboard $100.727-323-6911.
LIGHT OAK HUTCH-Drawers, Doors and
Long Stem Holder with Mirrored Back. $150.
727-381-7082.
Gabber October 25- October 31, 2007


100'S OF WINDOWS- White, Aluminum,
Bronze & Bathrooms, Aluminum Awnings. We
Make & Re-Screen Screens. 5485 Haines Rd.,
St. Pete. 727-526-1494.
FREE LANDSCAPING GRANITE- 2" Rocks.
Approx. 6-7 Cubic Yards. You Load & Haul
Away. Easy Access. Call Brian at 727-776-
7044.
BUCCANEER TICKETS-For Nov. 4th vs.
Phoenix Cardinals. 3 Tickets Lower Level $200
for 3, Face Value $76.00 each. 727-360-4691.

GOT DEBT?
CUTYOUR DEBT IN 1/2
Credit Cards over 15-20%? ARM Mortgage?
Late Fees? Sleepless Nights? Call Today 727-
455-0505
TRAILER SINGE AXLE-Cargo. 12'x6' $2000.
Range 30", White Electric $150. 727-347-
1417.
37-INCH PANASONIC TV-2 Years Old, Excel-
lent Condition, Paid $629, Sell $250. 727-367-
9270.
PRIDE HANDICAPPED SCOOTER- Electric.
Excellent Condition. Hardly Used. $500. 727-
345-1390.
GOLF BAG NEW CALLAWAY-$60. Complete
set Clubs with Bag $25. Golf Bags $5 each.
Golf Balls $1.50 dozen. 727-381-0149.
DOUBLE NICHE-At Calvary Cemetery in the
chapel, US 19.727-489-9354.
THE BOOKLADY SAYS- Sale! All V.C. An-
drews Paperbacks $0.95. Small Adventures
Bookshop, 3107 Beach Blvd. 727-347-8732.
Closed Sunday & Monday.
SPRAY BOOTH 10'X12'- Parts/Motorcycles.
Motorcycle Stands. $750 o.b.o. 727-542-8580.
GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For
Parties,-Weddings,' Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.

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.
www.theotherworlds.com

WINDOWS 2, CARDINAL-Double Hung.
Brand New, 33" 5/8 x 50". White Vinyl, Full
Screen, Low E, DP 45/30. $150 each or obo
727-343-8888.


AEROBICS SENIOR FITNESS CLASS-
Stretch/Tone. Wed. & Sat. 9a.m. St. Pete
Beach Community Center. Corey Causeway.
Joe Decker, 727-954-8008.


17' MARINE TRAILER- Some Rust. $200
o.b.o. Lv. Msg. 727-323-0201.
NOTICE OF NON-JUDICIAL SALE- Pursuant
to FLA Statute 328.17 at Bay Pines Marina,
5000 92nd St. No., St. Petersburg, FL. 10a.m.
Sat. Nov, 3, 2007. 1989 25' Baja Boat owned
by Donald Johnson for Unpaid Storage Fees.


CATALINA 22 SAILBOAT- Excellent Condi-
tion, 5HP Honda, New Rigging, Bimini Top.
Depth Finder, Swing Keel. $5,500. 727-480-
0137.
BOAT SLIPS AVAILABLE- Up to 50Ft. ABC
Marina, Madeira Beach. 727-393-2090.


1989 Carver Montego
25 Cruiserl28.5 Overhaul 96"Beam
5 7 Mercruiser'Alpha 1 Outdrive
Repowered 1 '06
CH'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
Loc.,ld Pier 2 Slip 31 Gulfport Manina


SPINET PIANO W/BENCH- Good Shape,
Tuned. $200. Call 345-2121.
ELECTRIC KEYBOARD-Yamaha PFR-75
with Many Selections, Drum Beats etc. $125.
727-867-3627.


RAINBOW LORY BABY-Friendly Bird Starting
to Talk. No Seed Mess. $400. 727-381-7082.
MALTESE LHASO-Furry and Fun! First Shots
and Health Certificate. Must See. $350. 727-
321-1327.
FREE YOUNG BLUE PARAKEET With Cage.
727-347-0612, 727-459-7379.
FREE LOVEABLE CATS & KITTENS-Male
& Female. Litter Trained, Need Good Homes.
Kittens Ready To Go. 727-557-8807.
FREE TO A GOOD HOME-Two Orange Tab-
bies, Neutered, Brothers, Includes Cat Tree,
Toys, Litter Box, Litter & Food. Call 727-252-
8669.










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FISHING TACKLE WANTED- Cash Paid.
Reels, Rods, Tackle. Boxes. New, Used or An-
tique. Call Captain Jim 727-460-9352.



6334 EMERSON AVE. S.-(in rear) Fri. & Sat.
8-2pm. A/C Wall Unit, Lawn Mower, Dishes,
Clothes, Misc Household & More!
5817 TANGERINE AVE.. SO.- Saturday Only,
8a.m.-? $1 Clothing for All, Infant to Adult. Tod-
dler Bed & Mattress. Toys, Playhouse, House-
hold Items. A Little of Everything.
5705 13TH AVE. SO.-Sat. 10/27, 9-?, Misc.
Household, Clothes, etc.
SATURDAY ONLY MOVING- Furniture,
Household Items, Plus Size Clothing. 3026
50th St. So. 8a.m.-2p.m. Cash Only.
1218 FREEMONT ST. SO. (One Block West
of 58th St.) Children's, Christmas, Furniture,
Books (Many Si-Fi) Photography, More! Fri.,
Sat 8a.m.-?
BIG YARD SALE-Sat. 10/27, 8a.m. 3p.m.
6715 Dartmouth Ave. N. St. Petersburg, Fur-
niture, Jewelry, Crafts, Kitchen, Lots More
Surprises.
MOVING SALE- Big Screen TV's, Leather
Furniture, Upright Piano, 55 Gal. Fish Tank,
Dining Room Set. Tools, Commercial Lawn
Equipment. Neon Signs, Stereo Equiment &
Much More! 1925 2nd St. So. Fri., & Sat. 9am-
? 727-637-7579.
7220 5TH AVE. S.-(alley) Sat. 8am. Books,
Furniture & Collectibles.


NEIGHBORHOOD SALE- Saturday, 49th St.
N./16th Ave. N. Collectibles, Tools, Furniture,
More!
HUGE SALE-423 89th Ave. St. Pete Beach.
Fri. & Sat. 8-2pm. Household, Pool Table, 7ft.
X-mas Tree and Tons More!
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8-5P.M.- 5107 18th
Ave. No. Park in Front, Use Gate.

ISLAND WIDE
GARAGE SALE
Paradise Island Area of Treasure Island. Over
80 Residents Participating. Saturday Nov. 3,
2007.8 a.m. 3 p.m.
6315 10TH AVE. S.- Sat. 8-? Rolltop .desk,
Glass dining room Table & lots of Misc.


425 78TH AVE.
ST. PETE BEACH
Saturday 10/27, 8-Noon. Tools, Designer
Clothing, Household Goods, Artwork, Elec-
tronics, Much More!
CAUSEWAY ISLES ANNUAL- Neighborhood
Yard Sale! 79th St. Off Central Ave. Sat. 10/27,
1 8-3.


LOST- Young Neutered Black Male Cat, Blue
Collar. Vicinity York St. & 25th Ave. So. 323-
6888.
LOST BLACK AND WHITE-Kitten on Beach
Blvd. Saturday night stroll, PLEASE Call 727-
564-0166.


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By Land And .
By Sea,
By Cathy Salustri
Saturday's Clam Bayou clean- I,. I.-V ,x -
up attacked litter on two fronts: I -
walkers hiking through Clam -, ..
Bayou and kayakers paddling in
it. Connie Eitler (left), a member
of Gulfport's Community Emer-
gency Response Team (CERT)
chose to walk the park's interior,
while Frank Scharibone and his
daughter Maureen (above) pad-
dled through the bayou. Kayak
Nature Adventures offered half 6 '
price kayak rentals to .anyone.
participating in Saturday's event,
which Scharibone said drew him, .ut
to Gulfport from north county.
Gulfport Parks Supervisor Bob .
Williams said roughly 50 people ,.
participated in the cleanup and
collected just under 500 pounds
of trash from the park.



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