Title: Gabber
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00089435/00089
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Title: Gabber
Uniform Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport Fla
Publication Date: May 21, 2009
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Gulfport (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pinellas County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Pinellas -- Gulfport
Coordinates: 27.750556 x -82.708611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).
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Gulfport FL 33707
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Heart Gallery Reception
and Cinderella Kids
There are many young children who
are looIkmgfor the rforever famhes
Pmellas/Pasco Heart Gallery is
havmg a reception at the Cathernne
Hlckman Theater lbby, 5501 27
Avenue S on Sunday, May 24 at
1 pm The mission of the Heart
Gallery of Pmellas & Pasco is to
provide an emotionally safe way
to comnect crfldren with famlles
through a travehng exhibit featuring
the faces and stones of local foster
crlldren ready for adoption Thfs
exhoblton is free the pubhc The
exnhibt runs through July 12
They are shangthe event day atthe
theater with Tampa Bay Children's
Theater Group m coordmnaton with
Ncola Productons Inc The play is
"The Magcrals" in Dlsney's Ciderella
KIds on May 24 at 2 p m The ticket
charge is $5 at the door and $7 50 for
reserved seats
For more mformaton on the Heart
Gallery, please call 727-744-2020

For tickets or more onformatlon on
the Cmderella Kids, call 727-786-
7544 or 727-580-6545

Arts Center to Use Old
Shuffleboard Building
Were known as an artist commumty
and we need to bnng these people
to the fore," Chamber of Commerre
PresidentLonRossotold city council
The Gulfport Arts Center led by
president Hugo Pormaro will onte
local artists who may not show their
work elsewhere m Gulfport
"I don't tltnk there's an impact
thafs substantially greater than a
dogpark," Interm CityManagerJim
O'Reilly told council m response to
rctzen Legh Stapellas concerns
City Attorney Tm Dnscoll suggested
the city reqmre the Arts Center to
prode a certdicate of molrporatlon
before allowing the group to use the
The group wil install donated air
conditioners and start rasmg funds
to get the buildmg m shape for

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Gabber May21 -May27, 2009

Sewer Rates Increase
For the fourth time, the city of
Gulfport discussed Ordinance 2009-
06 This ordmance, which the council
unanmlously voted to pas, raises the
u charge for sewer service
Thl increase willsatisfythe mterlocal
agreement between Gulfport and its
wholesale water and sewer serce
provider, St Petersburg
Coomcilwoman Michele King
suggested the city take part of the
momes collected for the increase and
use it to educate people about water
conservation, but council took no
action on her suggestion

Hurricane Month
Gulfport city council voted to make
June HmurcanePreparednessMonth
The Tampa Bay Reg=onal Plannng
Council asked local cities to make
this designation
It's for educating, and just to show
you Gulfport's on top of it, we're
beating it by a few days with our May
Humrcane Semn ,ar," Vice-Mayor Bob
Worthmgton said

Summer Concert Series
On June 12, July 10, and August
14 residents and visitors will enjoy
a sees of concerts, courtesy of the
Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
"We're hopmg for something hke big
band and jazz," Lor Rosso, Gulfport
Chamber of Commere, told Concil
She added that the concerts, at the
point behmd the Gulfport Recreaton
Center, will take place on non- Art
Walk evemngs in hopes of brligng
in additional visitors to downtown

New Board Members
Mayor hike Yakes appointed Carol
Valdes to the Historic Preservaton

Memorial Day Tribute 1Hor-n
Present Coupon ForA
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11am May 25, 2009 -edl s.
Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery .Phor
at Veterans Flag Pole 54 Ave. & 49th St.
(North side of 54th Ave.) hous

Keynote Speaker: Brigadier General Paul E. Smith USA (Rot.)
POW/MIA Presentationng peop
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Gabber May 21- May 27, 2009

"Camol wi certainly step m and
keep things going, but thank you,
Mary, for all you have goven us and
your tame," Yakes said of outgomg
member Mary Atkmson
The city also appointed Susan Abbe
to the Semor Citizens' Advisory

Red Hot Beach Nuts
The Red Hot Beach Nuts have been
busy Theyhave goneto the dogtrack,
Fort DeSoto, breakfast, Hard Rock,
"Witches m the Ktchen", a play and
mimature golf They enjoy havmg
fun th good lends The Red Hot
Beach Nuts s a chapter members of
the Red Hatters Society

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GCP Auditions
for One Acts
The Gulfport Commumty Players
will be holdmg auditions for their
"9th A iual One Act Play Festival"
on May 26 and 27 The auditions
will begm promptly at 7 pm and
will be held at their Back Door
Theater, located at 4919 17 Avenue
S in Gulfport This theater is just
off 49th Street S at 17th Avenue
There is a map showmg just how to
get there on the Players' webslte
The Players will be welcoming all
ages and genders for these open
audtions for sx to eight shot, one
act plays (5 to 25 minutes m length)
There -wll be both drama and

comedy m the Festival
These one act plays are a great way
to get your feet wet in coumumty
theater, by the way They are very
short, thus require very httle hne
memonzation All people are urged
to try out for a part, regardless of
their level of actmg experience (or
m-expenence) So drop on by and
give it a try'
The Festival will run from July
9 through 19 at the Cathenne A
Hickman Theater of Gulfport Make
sure that you don't have those days
planned for any vacations before you
For more formation about
the Festval or the Gulfport
Commumty Players, please visit

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Concert with the Stars
Come one, come all to a relating
evenmg of great music under the
stars on Wednesday, May 27 Come
listen to the stars of the Boca Clega
High School music department show
off their vocal and mst umental
ablhties The might will feature
their Bakers Dozen, Choir, Wind
Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and Jazz
Make it a family night out' Bnng
your lawn chairs and enjoy an
hour and a half of amazing talent
Admssion is only $1, and students
under 6 are free Concessions will
be open for refreshments The fun
starts at 6 45 p m

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Gabber May 21 May 27, 2009

Gulfport Goes Green
This Memorial Weekend
Gulfport Flonda hosts the third
iteraton of its monthly Eco-
Fnendly, Green, and Healthy Livmg
Street Faire and Expo Vendors,
entersamnent, and nformatlon
available m the Gulfport Waterfront
District at ths family friendly event
from 10 am through 5 pm Up
to date event available ia http//
gulfportgoesgreen com

Bay Pines VA Memorial
Day Ceremony
Bay Pmes VA will commemorate
Memonal Day cth a ceremony on
Monday, May 25 at 10 a m at the
Bay Pmes National Cemetery This
is the only National Cemetery m
Pinellas and Hillsborough counties
Guest speakers include Wallace
Hopkms, Director, Bay Pmes VA
Healthcare System, Congressman
C W Bill Young, representmg
Flondas 10th Congressional
District, Sgt Russell Peper, US
Army Wounded W-aor, served 4
tos of duty m Afghamstan from
December 2001 through June 2004
An mutation is extended to all
veterans, their family and fnends,
and the general pubhc to take this
opportunity to remember the men
and women who served and gave so
much to protect our nation
Clea-water High School Manne
Corps JROTC Silent Dnl Team will
perform as well as post and retire
colors The ceremony wll also

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P.O. Box 66626
St. Pete Beach, FL.
Gabber May 21- May 27, 2009

mclude musical performances, a
nug salute, and taps performance
Parkmg is available nearby and
shuttles will provide transportation
for guests from parking lots to
the National Cemetery Venue
is handicapped accessible A
sign language mterpreter will be
available for the heanng Impaired
For further mformatlon, please
contact the cemetery office at 398-
On Saturday, May 23 begmnn g at
8 am, Boy Scout Troops 484, 431,
340, and 360 will be placmg flags

on all 28,369 graves for ths special

Rotary Club Has New
Meeting Location
The Rotary Club of St Petersburg
Suncoast meets every Tuesday at
noon, at Ggis Itahan Restaurant,
located at 6852 Gulfport Blvd, South
Pasadena (Please note their new
location') Guests are welcome to
attend these lunch meetmgs



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Hurry in for Low
Cost Neutering
Don't delay, fix your cat today' SPOT
(Stop Pet Overpopulation Together) is
having a special male cat neuterathon
for the first 100 male cats from May
13 through the 27 for only $25 a cat at
SPOT, 4403 62 Avenue N in Pmellas
Every cat that gets fixed in the
month of May will also receive an
Animal Planet DVD, "Everything you

wanted to know about cats" Contact
SPOT for your appointment at www
SPOTusa org or 329-8657

5K Run/Walk for
Pancreatic Cancer
The PurpleStrnde 5K competitive
run and family walk to raise money
for and awareness about Pancreatic
Cancer will be held on May 30
beginning at 8 30 am at the St
Petersburg Veterans' Memorial Park

on Bay Pines Boulevard Cost is $20
for those who register before May 16
Wind through the park on this shaded
USATF certified 5 kilometer course
and then be sure to stick around for
the post race party which will include
food, fun and plenty of great raffle
prizes Awards will be presented to
the overall winners as well as age
group winners three deep Visit
wwwsprr org or www pancanorg/

Great American
Cleanup at Clam Bayou
Keep Pinellas Beautiful willbeholdng
their Great American Cleanup Finale
on Saturday, May 30 at 8 30 at Clam
Bayou This will be a land and water
cleanup Volunteers with kayaks or
canoes are needed Volunteers for the
land cleanup are also needed To get
to the staging area for the cleanup
take 22nd Ave S, proceed to 37th St
S, turn left and proceed to 27th Ave
S, turn right, proceed to dead end,
parking and launch area will be off to
your right Sign in at blue tent To
register or for information call Keep
Pmellas Beautiful at 533-0402

Class of 1984 Plans
25 Year Reunion
Boca Clega class of 1984 announces
their 25 year reumon, Fnday, July
17 and Saturday, July 18 Friday
night's festivities will begin at
7 p m at Gators on John's Pass and
Saturday's celebration will continue
at the Sirata Beach Resort, 5300 Gulf
Boulevard in St Pete Beach For
more information call Cindy Brawner
Nagel at 813-250-3007 or to register,
visit www bchs1984 com

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Attorney Keith Sanders Handles Bankruptcies with Experience and
By Greg Stem

-Tguess you could say my motto
is 'been there, done that',"
Says Keith Sanders, from the
law office of Andre Keith Sanders,
He says that for two reasons. First,
he says his more than 17 years of ex-
perience as an attorney specializing
in handling "literally thousands" of
bankruptcies means that he has dealt
with virtually any kind of problem or
issue that might arise with them.
And, secondly, he had to file a Chap-
ter 13 bankruptcy himself a few years
ago. He says that experience makes
him very sensitive to the kinds of
things people face when making the
difficult decision to file.
"Most attorneys have never been
in a situation where they have been
worried about how to keep the lights
on, but I have been there myself so I burden of a house they can no longer
can really relate to what people are afford because of a job loss or some
going through," said Sanders. "Plus, other situation," he noted.
many people are very embarrassed He moved to the Tampa Bay area
when they come to me, but I when I in July 2005 from Atlanta where he
tell them how embarrassingit was for was a partner/owner of Hamilton &
me to have to stand in front of judg- Sanders, LLC a firm specializing in
es and colleagues who knew me and consumer bankruptcy and real estate
go through the process myself, that closings. The firm regularly filed
usually helps to put people more at between 40-60 bankruptcy cases a
ease and understand that I have been month. Prior to that he worked for
there and done that MYSELF." three other major law firms in At-
"You know, in 99 percent of bank- lanta from 1992 to 2003. All three
ruptcy cases the situation is that bad firms specialized in consumer bank-
things happento good people and then ruptcy cases. He began his career as
they have gotten into a bad situation. a staff attorney for the United States
They have gone through an expensive Trustee in Atlanta. He is licensed
health crisis or a divorce or perhaps to practice law in both Florida and
someone has just gotten in over their Georgia.
head with debt. It's very easy in to- "I like what I do because I feellike I
day's consumer driven society for that can help people get a fresh start," said
to happen," said Sanders. Sanders. "When you have financial
Sanders offers a free initial consul- difficulties it can really affect your
station with no set time limit on it. "It entire life. It has negative implica-
might take 20 minutes or it might tions on you emotionally and it can
take two hours, it just depends of the even damage or ruin your personal
client's individual set of circumstanc- relationships. I do try and encourage
es," he said. 'We can meet at their people to come see me early on, even
home or in my office, we can even so if they are just starting to get behind
it over the phone if I they can provide in payments or feel they are in over
me with the financial information we their head. If you can start working
needtodiscusstheirsituation." Sand- with an attorney from the very start
ers says that he can often offer other it can really reduce your stress level
solutions besides bankruptcy such as I can stop harassing creditor calls.
as re-negotiating payment schedules I can also see if we can work out ar-
with creditors or reorganizing per- rangements that a creditor might not
sonal finances. "For example, I often consider when working directly with
have people who can avoid bankrupt- my client."
cy if they just get out from under the "Since the initial consultation is
Pad Advertsemnt-
Gabber May 21 May 27, 2009

free, you really don't have anything
to lose to meet with me and we can
assess your situation and see how
it might be best for you to proceed.
Bankruptcy can be one solution to
getting back on your feet financially,
but it may not be e best or only so-
lution for you. As an experienced pro-
fessional, I can help you sort through
those issues and see what is right for
you," he noted.
Sanders has held a number of semi-
nars and written professional papers
concerning bankruptcy law in gen-
eral, ECF requirements and new is-
sues. He is a former director of the
Bankruptcy Section of the State Bar
of Georgia.
Outside of the courtroom, Sanders
lives in an unusual home in Gulfport
that was one of the featured prop-
erties in last year's Pink Flamingo
Tour of Homes. It has a tree grow-
ing right up through the floor and
up through the ceiling of his kitchen.
He has three dogs and a cat. When
he was living in Atlanta he was very
involved with helping raise funds for
a number of AIDS service organiza-
tions. He is hoping to get involved
with local charitable groups as soon
as possible.

Keith Sanders, Esq.
The Law Group ofAndre Keith
Sanders, PA.
6702 Gulf Boulevard
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

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Come to
SonRock Camp
Join them at First United Methodist
Church, 272853Street S., for Vacation
Bible School held June 22-26. This
year's program is SonRock Camp, a
week of fun and adventure!
As they participate in fun-filled
activities, children will learn how
each one of them is loved by Jesus.
They will have a great time with lively
songs, creative crafts, exciting games,

Join Us For
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II
Our Thrift Store is open
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Food Pantry
Food Pantry is Open
1st & 3rd Sundays
from: 10 am to 12:30 pm
St. Bartholomew's
Episcopal Church
3747 34th St.South St. Petersburg, FL 33711

Places of Worship
Spread the Word about your Place
of Worship in this special
section of the Gabber.
Open to all Religious
Organizations, run ads
for ust $1 weelU* and Press


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1521- .965 commitr

Unitarian Universalist
United Fellowship
5721 Central Ave.
Can there be a church without a creed? We
are a lay led Fellowship guided by truth
and reason. We invite you to discover
Unitarian Universalism with us.
Discussion 10:15 AM
Program 11:00 AM

Our Savior Lutheran Church
and School
Pastor Paul Burlzlaff
301 58th St. South
St. Petersburg, FL. 33707

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Bible stories and dinner all of the
things that make Vacation Bible School
so much fun for everyone. SonRock
Camp can be an inspirational and
educational adventure for the entire
family. Classes for Kindergarten-
Adult begins at 5:30-8 p.m. Call them
today at 321-3620 for registration and

Christian Rock Band
at St. Vincent's
Pentecost Sunday at St. Vincent's
Episcopal church will feature the
Christian rock band "Further from
Tomorrow) who will perform at the
10 a.m. and at the parish picnic
which follows out by the lake at
11 a.m. Bring a friend, all are invited.
Bring a dish to share but don't let that
stop you from attending. The church
is located at 5441 Ninth Avenue N.

Thrift Shop has Sales
on Thursday
St. Vincent's Thrift Shop is now
featuring a sale every Thursday
when all clothing is half off. Many
items to choose from. Located at
5124 Gulfport Boulevard, 10 a.m. to

Schedule of Worship
Sunday Worship
8:00 AM & 10:00AM
Wednesday 10:00 AM
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Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965
for more information on placing your ad in this special section



Alumni Singers
in Concert
The Alumni Singers of St. Petersburg
will celebrate their 30th season of
"Singing in Love and Harmony"
with their Spring Concert at 4 p.m.
on Sunday, May 24 at Lakewood
United Methodist Church, 5995 Dr.
MLK Jr. Street S. in St. Petersburg.
The program will feature anthems,
gospels, spirituals and secular
selections under the direction of
Robert Anders and assisted by Samuel
Hayward and Dorothy Jenkins.
The group holds two major concerts
each year; once during the Spring and
again during the Christmas holiday.
A free will offering will be taken. All
contributions are tax deductible.

GriefShare at
Cornerstone Church
GriefShare continues each Friday
from 10 a.m. 12 noon through
July 24 at Cornerstone Community
Church, 6745 38 Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg. Coffee will be served.
The meeting place will be the library.
Parish Pastor, Vivian Killion, is the
You are welcome to begin attend-
ing at any session. Each is "self-con-


Welcomes You
SundayWorship .......................... 10:30 a.m.
Terrific Tesday ................. 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Gabber May 27 May 27, 2009

trained so you do not have to attend
in sequence. The DVD's feature top
experts on grief recovery. You will
find encouragement and help when-
ever you begin. For further informa-
tion, please call 343-7747.

Pilgrim Congregational
United Church of Christ
You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
Nursery Available
Adult Sunday School 9:30 am
Bible Class
--, Wed 11am 7pm (same topic)
. 6315 Central Ave.
t o i 727-347-1226
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"

First United Methodist
Church of Gulfport

Worship with us Sunday
mornings at 10 am
Get info now at kingofpeacemcc.com

727-323-5857 3150 5th Ave. N., St. Pete


Join us this Sunday as we visit the classics!
Jonah and the Whale:
Running from God

9:00 am Direct Connection Contemporary Service
with Sign Language Interpretation
11:00 am Traditional Service
10:00 am Classes for All Ages

227 70th Street South
Phone 727-381-2499

St. Petersburg FL 33707
www.pasadenacommunitychurch. org


Art Experience for Kids
Coming to IAC
Kids ages 7-12 will have an
opportunity to stretch their creative
muscles thns summer at an Art
Experience with James 01eson Jr at
the Industal Arts Center Oleson,
who created the IAC's 14-foot tall
horse sculpture from recycled steel
and Mustang car parts, has been
called an "nspored recycler "
The week long art experiences are
currently scheduled for June 8-12
and July 13-17, from 9 am until
2 p m at the Industnal Arts Center,
2902A Beach Boulevard S in the
Gulfport Art Village Courtyard

More owll be added depending upon
Oleson and hs wife Rachel will lead
two art actiities each day dunng
the Monday-Fnday Art Expenence
mcludmg wire sculpture, lmolen
block pnntmg, rock sculpture,
collage, soap carving and meosac
Kids should bnng a bag lunch,
beverages and sunscreen The
tmtlon for each student will be $70
plus a $25 matenals fee
For more mformneaton, call
the Industnal Arts Center at
727-289-9365 or email classes@
mdustnalartscenter org Visit the
IAC onlie at www
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AMY JO MARTIN, Attorney at Law
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"Ain't Retirement
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For Gulfport residents who mssed
the recent production of "Aint
Retirement Grand'" attheBackDoor
Theater, tis hit musical revue will
play The Venue Theater m Pmellas
Park June 5-7 and June 12-14 This
is the show that sold out when it
appeared in Gulfport last March
Pokmgfun at such subjects as early
bird diners, wills, doctors, HMOs,
pets andcuttmgthe slvercord, "Ant
Retirement Grand'" is a musical
romp through the retirement years
with over 22 new songs Wntten by
Town Shores resident, Gl Perlrhoth,
this show wwll be playing retirement
commumtles around Flonda and Is
already booked mto 2010
Curtan time for the evemng
performanecs is 830 pm and
Sunday matmees begln at 2 30 p m
The Venue Theater is located m the
Broyhlll Shoppmg Center which
s located at 9125 Route 19 and
MaInlands Boulevard, two blocks
north of Park/Gandy Boulevard
Tickets are $15 and reservations
may be made by calhng 822-6194
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Stetson Awards
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Stetson University College of Law
has named a rising third-year
student as the inaugural recipient
of its Public Service Scholarship
Rickisha Hightower- Singletary
has been awarded a full-tuition
scholarship for her final year of law
school based on her history of public
service and commitment to follow
that path after graduation
After graduating from Stetson Law
in 2010, this inspirational student
plans to work in the greater Tampa
Bay area as a civil rights advocate for
low-income and homeless families
"I think that public service is
required of us as individuals," said
Hightower- Singletary Over the
past decade, Hightower-Singletary,
who recently became a mother, has
volunteered as a tutor for low-income
youth and interned with the Victim
Witness Assistance Program in the
Albany-Dougherty County District
Attorney's Office in Albany, GA
"Countless individuals need
assistance and voices that will
advocate for them and change
society," Hightower-Singletary said
Hightower-Singletary received a
Florida Bar Foundation fellowship
to work with the Community Law
Program this summer She has
completed more than 120 pro bono
hours with the Southern Legal
Counsel advocating for the homeless
As a member of Stetson's Black

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helped restore the voting rights of
felons through voter registration
drives Through Stetson's Amnesty
International chapter, she has
worked to increase awareness of both
the crisis in Darfur and women's
legal rights Hightower-Smgletary
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who has demonstrated a prior
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New Outdoor Antique
Fair Seeks Vendors
A new outdoor antique show is
coming to Gulfport "Antiques in the
Park," co-sponsored by the City of
Gulfport This series of four outdoor
antique shows will be held in Clymer
Park, at the intersection of Gulfport
and Beach Boulevards The dates
for "Antiques in the Park" will be
the first Saturdays of the month
in November, January, March and
May The rain date is the following
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Monday, May 25 we celebrate
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1 p.m. After the ceremony, we will
be serving Earl's barbecue, baked
beans, cole slaw, roll and butter for
a donation of only $6. Don't forget to
fly your flag.
The $1,000 drawing is Tuesday,
May 26 at 8 p.m. Better hurry and
get your tickets.
We are in desperate need of having
our parking lot re-paved. If you can
help us out with a donation, it would
be greatly appreciated.
The Auxiliary is having their annual
poppy drive. You can purchase a
plate with your name on it for $1
white or $3 gold. Also there are cans
on the bar, and you can take a poppy
and put a donation in the cans. These
donations go to the Veterans at Bay
Pines. Let's all do our part to help
them out.
Friday, May 22, dinner will be baked
or battered haddock, fries, cole slaw,
roll and butter for $7.75. The second
entree will be beef tips and noodles,

vegetable, roll and butter for $6.50.
Saturday, May 23, the S.A.L.'s
will be serving their all-you-can-eat
spaghetti and meatballs, salad and
garlic bread for $6. All dinners are
served from 5 to 7 p.m.
The Southern Knights Band is here
every Friday and Saturday night
from 7 to 11 p.m. This is the best
band around and I know you will
enjoy dancing and listening to their
great music.
Sunday breakfast is cooked to order.
You get eggs, bacon or sausage,
potatoes, toast, juice and coffee for
only $3.50. Side dishes are also
available. Breakfast is served from
8:30 to 11 a.m.
Monday and Fridays, Marlin will
be playing and singing in the lounge
from 3 to 6 p.m. Come in and listen
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Lunches are served on Tuesdays,
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11 a.m. to 2 p.m. & Sundays from
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The Auxiliary is collecting donations
for troops in Iraq. Items needed
include candy, personal hygiene
items, batteries, snacks, dry food
items, etc. A collection box is provided
at the post. For more information
call Shirley at 510-1919. Let's show
them our support!
We are located at 6440 Fifth Avenue
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Join in Bear
Creek Cleanup
Nature Matters and Pasadena Bear
Creek Neighborhood Association will
hold a clean up event on Saturday,
June 7 at 8 a.m. Meet at Grace Bible
Church, 555 61 Street S. Please come
out with your neighbors while they
join the Nature Matters Team to
clean up Bear Creek.
They will kickoff the cleanup at the
staging area on the grounds of Grace
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Fran McDermott, St. Pete: They should be kept in jail and charged as adults for
their crime. At that age, they should know better. But I think it always goes back
to the parents. There is no family today. The kids grow up on their own because
the parents both work. Parents are always saying that things are different in this
day and age, but some things should never change. It seems like the family as a
whole is lost. When Mom works, the kids are left to do their own thing; their parents
are too busy. I think when mothers started going to work full-time, that's when the
incidences of juvenile delinquency went up. The loss of the family is key to these kids'

James Meine, St. Pete Beach: "I think it's a heinous crime and those kids should
have been held for the full 21 days. I've been following the story and I think the judge
should be voted out next trip. Letting them go home? The judges here in Florida
have a very skewed vision of justice. I think those kids should be charged as adults.
Whatever possessed them to do that to a fellow student? One would be led to believe
that they got let out after only one night because they had law enforcement in their
family. If my child did what those kids did, I would, of course, feel terrible, but I think
everybody should pay for their actions and I would expect my child to pay the price. I
think those kids are dangerous, not only to their peers but to the community. It was
premature to let them out; they should still be in jail."

Yvonne Harlan, St. Pete: "I don't understand how these kids could grow up like
that? What kind of parents raised these kids? There seems to be a lot of anger there;
that kind of vicious act doesn't just happen because of opportunity. It's really, really
wrong that they got out of jail after one night. I hope that if their parents ARE in
an authoritative position, that they get these kids the help they obviously need. But
statistics say that most offenders of this nature will offend again. That's why parents
need to stay close to their children, talk to them, and start at an early age. Nothing
graphic, but at least listen to them and answer questions. Because of how heinous the
crime is, I feel they should be charged as adults. By that age, you know you're doing
something wrong; you can't use youth as an excuse for behavior like that. Getting the
special treatment probably was because they had law enforcement connections. But
it was wrong what those kids did."

Larry Louden, St. Pete: "Those kids just messed up a person's life with what they
did to that kid. He will carry that around for the rest of his life. He'll never have a
normal life. If he gets married and has kids, the family will probably be dysfunctional.
I think kids copy what they see on TV and the internet. They're exposed prematurely
to a lot of adult content and of course the parental controls are probably non-existent.
But charging these kids as an adult is a mistake. Most kids, if they go to jail, come
out worse than when they went in. They're targets for other molesters. Better to put
them in a program where the state can regulate them; social services should provide
some kind of rehabilitative program to turn these kids into a positive example to
other kids. These kids knew they were doing something wrong. Maybe if these four
can be rehabilitated, they could become mentors to other troubled teens and prevent
something like this from happening again. They need structure and rules; putting
them in jail would just harden them. It's better to follow a program where they can
be monitored. They should have some kind of punishment, like community service.
Make them speak to other children about what not to do."

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a good friend and neig
head passed away. A
I was standing on my
across the street and
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their proper perspectr
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house on Tangerine w
years old. There are t'
the north one has odd
dresses and the south
bered ones. There is

Vain called the Tangerine Greenway that
we just used to call the "field". We
idos to Cathy lived on the south Tangerine. In the
passionate and "field" we played softball, badmin-
it the death of ton tetherball, marbles, croquet' etc.
he crime in the With my four siblings and the ones
St. Petersburg across the street we numbered about
20/09). I'm not 15. A lot of great memories. A lot of
ayor Baker is great neighbors. I must add that I
r the little girl's am talking about the two blocks from
ly made many 49th St. to 51st.
ints that must Directly across the street from us
te's mayor and where Russo's pizza used to be, was
fully they will Laura Patterson Beauty Salon. Then
in the 60s my mother, Rita Good,
ts in that area bought the house next door, that she
ifident most do, used for her real estate office and
nd fight to take eventually took up residence there.
)od. It appears We lost her 5-1/2 years ago. Next
cities of late are door to her was The Whitworth fam-
n. ily. Nellie Whitworth was a realtor
ray that they and had an office at Gulfport Beach.
city does what She moved away many years ago to
issues are more Town Shores and passed away a few
tory than the years ago. Next door to her was a fel-
low I always called Old Joe. It's been
Margarete Tober so long I can't remember his name.
He drowned at Gulfport Beach many
years ago. Next door to him for almost
angerines 30 years was Bob Westhead, now we
have lost him. Next door to Bob was
eeks ago, I lost the McLaughlin family, they are long
hbor. Bob West- gone also. Next to the McLaughlns,
few days later where the Clock and Watch Hospital
porch looking used to be was June Gilbert. She was
the sudden re- a realtor and had her office in the
was shocking. Winn Dixie shopping center until she
o put things in retired. My mother took over that
ve. space before she moved to Tanger-
noved into this ine. June Gilbert had a son Billy who
hen I was nine with his best friend Kenny Nash (I
wo Tangerines, went to school with him.) went fish-
numbered ad- ing one day about 20 years ago and
one even num- neither has been found.
what is now

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It really is something when you
think that three women realtors, ac-
tually pioneers of real estate here in
Gulfport, lived on the same street.
The shocking realization that I was
talking about in the beginning of this
article is the fact that when I was
looking across the street, it hit me,
everyone I knew in every home (pa-
triarch and matriarch) are long gone.
Even some of the "children". For the
first time in my life I can say I am
an "original". At age 60 I am the sole
surviving original resident on the
Tangerines from 49th St. to 51st. My
side of Tangerine was always com-
mercial except for us "Goods".
This article was just something I
thought I would share and some of
you oldsters will probably even re-
member some of the people I have
talked about.
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Gulfport Beach April Water Quality Report

Each week the City of Gulfport tests the water quahty
m the waters off Gulfport Beach Gulfport has contracted
wth the City of St Petersburg for the tests
Every month The Gabber pubhshes the results of those
tests If, at any tne, the tests show that the water quahty
poses a health risk, the City of Gulfport will issue a Health
Advisory Gulfport typically receives test results withm a
week of takmg the sample
Currently, the City tests for two things enterococcus and
fecalcohform Scientists consider enterococcus a common
bacteria found in an al and human mtestmes, and, re-
sultmgly, m human and anmal excrement Federal stan-
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the amount of fecal cohform along pubhc beach waters but
recently have replaced fecal cohform with enterococcus as
the standard Fecal cohfrm also comes from the waste of
w i-blooded n sal, mcludng humanS
The City of Gulfport currently tests for both types of bac-
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parts per 100 milllhter and fecal cohform of less than 199
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The first step in the probate process
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left a will, that is a legal document
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recting others how to distribute his
or her property after death. If a will
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Although determining that a will
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loving, and very easygoing She is such a love and purrs when
you pet her She is very happy and wants to be your new feline
friend Take Bootsie home and she will fill your life with un-
conditional love Meet Bootsie at SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130
Avenue N in Largo or go online at www spcatampabay org

Adopt a 40 mph Coach Potato
This week's greyhound is a brindle female who is ea-
ger to find her forever family At her foster home they
say she's a real sweetheart of a girl who loves attention,
but does not get in your face She has been trained well
by their cats, and has been a wonderful house guest
Dreamy has recently discovered dog toys and loves them'
If you would like to meet Dreamy or any of our other
greyhounds, please call Greyhound Pets of America at (727) 595-7852, visit our
website www greyhoundpets com, or see us at the Tyrone PetSmart on most
Sunday from noon to 2 p m Call first if you want to meet a specific dog

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Music at Gulfport
Beach Pavilion
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Carol & Joe are back. Sing &
dance with Karaoke Kraze.
Tuesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Wayne & Bill, Karaoke &
Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Cookie Returns with Karaoke &
Friday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Jo-Anne's Karaoke
Saturday, 1-3:30 p.m.
The Toonsters with J & Lolita,
Singing & Dancing.
Sunday, 1-3 p.m.
Itahan American accordion by
Woody for fun and dancing.
Donations accepted
Weather permitting
26 Gabber May 21 May 27, 2009

GCP General Meeting
and Elections
The Gulfport Commumty Players
wll be holdmg their Annual General
Memberslhp Meeting and Election
on Friday, May 29 at 7 30 p m This
meeting will be held at their Back
Door Theater, located at 4919 17
Avenue S m Gulfport Elections will
be held for President, Secretary, and
three board positions dunng this
meetmg Only dues-paying members
are allowed to vote in this election
Allpeople currently these positions
are rou g for re-election, but
nommatlons will also be taken from
the floor, but from only dues-paying
Thls is a great tume to oin or
continue your membership m the
Gulfport Comnmuty Players too
The dues are only $10 a year or,
$100 for a lifetne membership Join
their group and show your support
for Gulfport's original commumety
theater organ zaton
Along ths same note, the Players
wll be holding their Cathy' Awards
Dinner and Celebration next month
on Saturday, June 13 atthe Back Door
Theater Tickets for ths event wll be
just $15 eachforthe dmner, provided
by Orange Blossom Caterng Dmner
will be at 6 30 pm and the ceremony
rwll follow nght after the dinner
Tickets for the Cathy' Awards
Dinner and Celebration must be
purchased m advance' You can
get your tickets while attending
the General Meeting, or later from
Elleens Resale Boutique, located at
5401 Gulfport Boulevard m Gulfport
You must buy you tickets beforehand,
as there will be no tickets sold on
June 13 at the door Get your tickets

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Learn About Container
Get expert advice on how to
successfully set up an attractive and
mterestmg contamer garden with
Pmellas County Master Gardeners
at a free Contamer Gardemng
Workshop Wednesday, May 27, at
2 pm The workshop takes place at
the West St Petersburg Commun ty
Library at St Petersburg College
Gibbs Campus leated at 6605 Fifth
Avenue N m St Petersburg
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THE LIBRARYWILL BE CLOSED 1 ,1 1 Thursday, June 11, 10 00 am
ON MONDAY, MAY 25, i 1 1 1 1 Suncoast Computer Users Gro
FOR MEMORIAL DAY at 10 00 am, talk starts at 10 15 (SCUGi Thursday, June 11, 6 00 p
.ionGroump This Scrapbookers Club for Teens
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Local Obituaries

CILLE, 81, of Gulfport, ded Thurs-
day, May 7, 2009 She is suvved by
a lovmg family Memonal service at
the Hickman Theater on May 17 at
2pm ALifeTnbute-Gulfport

South Pasadena, died Tuesday, May
12, 2009, at Hospice House Wood-
side Born m PFnt, MI, she came
here m 1980 She was preceded in
death by her loving husband, Roger
m 1998 She s survved by children
Roger Buchanan III, IKssm ee,
Patrck Buchanan, Bilom, MS, and
Kathleen B Kapusta, St Petersburg,
5 grandchludren and brother Wllham
Hawtm, Howell, MI Reese Funeral
Home, 727-391-9954

DICKHUT, JAMES W., JR., 73, of
Gulfport, passed away May 9th He
was born m New Brunsweck, NJ and
moved here in 1995, from Panama
City James was retired from the Air
Foee, where he worked as a flight
engeer He s sved by ns lovmg
daughters Mysle Brown and Kathleen
Dow, son Randy, step daughter Tere-
sa Whitaker, step son Jim Gates, sis-
ter Marge Lorenzo, as well as many
grandchildren, meces and nephews
James is also srvved by its former
spouses, Lomse and Carolyn Dick-
hut Guestbook @ davdcgross com
David C Gross Funeral Homes, 6366
Central Ave ,727-381-4911

RUNNION, PAUL E., 67, of
Gulfport, ded Sunday, May 10, 2009,
at home He Is srvved by a lovmg
family ALife Tribute FuneralCare,
Gulfport Chapel, 727-347-5521

away at home under the care of Hos-
pice on May 15, 2009 She was bon
July 20, 1927 m Scranton, PA She
resided in PA until she relocated to
Gulfport m 2001 She was a devout
Cathohc who walked to daly ass
for most of her life Fth and fam-
ldy were the focus of her hfe She was
predeceased by her son, Robert, and
her husband, Fehx She is suvved
by her daughters, Carol Amn Wer-
mnsh of Gulfport, Diane Mannx of
Jermyn, PA, Mary Anm Protz of St
Petersburg, Rosemary Wierzansk of
Tampa, grandchildren, Joshua Man-
mx of Tampa, Knsten Mannx of Jer-
myn, PA and sisters, Momca Kowal-
skl of Jermyn, PA and Mary Wilson
ofBethlehem, PA MemonalServces
wll be held m Dickson City, PA On
hne memolal and guestbook @w
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Home & Cremation Servces, 727-

In Memoriam

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It has been one year smce you left me
I thmk of you every hour of the day
You will always be my special guy
My hfe is so empty without you but I
have precious mermoes of our years
together I will always love you,

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Tai Chi at the Sunshine
Senior Center
The City of St Petersburg Sunshine
"Semor" Center, 330 Fifth Street N,
offers a ta ch class taught by Steve
Nxon on Friday mormngs from
8 30 am to 9 30 am The ancient art
of tm ch has been proven to reduce
stress acd improvee bal-ace ad
overall health It s a noncompetitive,
self-paced system of gentle physical
exercise and stretchmg by performmg
a series of postures or movements
in a slow, gaceful manner Each
posture flows mto the next without
pausing Anyone regardless of age
or physical ability, can practice ta
ctn as it emphaszes techmque over
strength Classes are a bmrga at
only $12 per month or $4 per class
th a current $10 annual Recreation
registration card Call 893-7101 for
more mformaton

Donate Your
Car for Kids
Eveyones YouthUmted, anon-profit
501-c-3 orgamzaton that serves kids
in St Petersbug, is havmg a major
fimd snmg crampacg to save then-
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your cars, trucks, vans, boats, etc by
calling Ron at 564-6769 Donations
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Tuesday Morning
Fresh Market
Got veggies? Check out the Tuesday
Morning Market on Beach Boulevard
in Gulfport every Tuesday, year
round' Fresh produce, plants, and
local artists set up on the sidewalk
pavers from 9-3 pm Enjoy a
shopping and dimng experience like
no other' Pet friendly Sponsored by
the Gulfport Merchants Association
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For more information call 459-1963

Shop at St. Vincent's
Thrift Shop
St Vincent's Episcopal Church
Thrift Shop is having a sale Visit
them on Thurs day for half-price on all
clothing They have a nice selection
of ladies plus sizes Open Monday
through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm
at 5124 Gulfport Boulevard

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This N' That in South Pasadena
By Sibylle StaJlch
Clean Up
This year the City's clean up day was May 9. Fourteen volunteers came to a
breakfast of coffee, OJ, and danish to Hibiscus Hall and after having signed
up where they wanted to work, received gloves, pick-up sticks and a bottle of
water and departed. For lunch, Palms of Pasadena Hospital donated hot dogs,
chips, various soft drinks and cookies. Everyone told about the innumerable
cigarette butts, cans and bottles they had collected. The most interesting items
found were a small tackle box and bait bucket. All received a cute key chain
holder and left for home and a refreshing shower. The following were the busy
workers: Natalie Leggette, Tom DeMars, Howard DeLong, Mary Braisted,
Bobby Bernstein, Fred and Alma Held, Marge and Frank Marallo, Linda Ford,
Agnes Stebelton, Tony and Anne Gagliardo and Sibylle Stajich.
Comm. Diane Hauser has notified everyone that she will be moving away
from South Pasadena and therefore leaving the city commission. Everyone
was sorry to hear that since she has been a great and good supporter of all city
activities during her three terms. She is being wished lots of good luck.
Civic Association
The barbecue picnic on May 13 was held in Hibiscus Hall instead of the park
due to possible bad weather conditions. However, the 50 guests were delighted
to come into the air-cooled room where they were greeted by Joe Braccio play-
ing steel drums which made some of the ladies start to dance. After the deli-
cious dinner, 50/50 tickets were called and the party closed shortly after that.

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Imagine being taken away from
your home, not knowing where you
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things. Now, imagine this through
the eyes of a child. There are more
than 3,500 dependent children in
Pinellas and Pasco counties due to
child abuse, neglect or abandonment.
Many of them need loving foster
parents. For more information on
becoming a foster parent, please call
Eckerd Community Alternatives
Recruitment Line toll-free at 1-866-
271-4705 and press "7".

City of South
Pasadena Notice
City Commission
The City Commission of the City
of South Pasadena is seeking
a resident who is interested in
filling the vacancy created by the
resignation of Commissioner Diane
Hauser. Qualifications: shall have
been a resident of the city for one
year; shall be a duly qualified
elector of the city. Any resident
who is interested, should contact
the City Clerk to submit their name
and statement of qualifications
(resume). The appointment to
the City Commission will be
made at the June 9, 2009 Regular
Commission Meeting at 7 p.m. and
will be effective until March 9,

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Gabber May 21 May 27, 2009

Free Phones for
The Deaf and Hearng Connection
recently announced the addition of
several new telephones, ttys and
captioned telephones available
through its no charge eqmpment
distibution program Deaf and
Hearing Connection offers amphfied
telephones and related eqmpment at
who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf/
blend or speech-lmpared
Thns telecom catlons access
program is funded by a sucharge
currently on all Flonda telephone
c osumers blls Eqmpment is
available by appointment Monday
through Fnday at the Deaf and
Hearing Connecton's man office
located at 7821 Semmole Boulevard
m Semmole or at satelhte locations
throughoutPmellas andHllsborough
counties For a complete hst of
distribution locations or to schedule
an appomtment, call 727-399-9983
(Voice) or 727-399-9422 (TTY)
The Deaf and Hearng Connection,
Tampa Ba's only non-profit heang
center, also offers free heanng
screenmgs by appomtment, low cost
hearing ads, cleamngs and repaes
The Deaf and Heaang Connecteon
specalizes m colmmuaton access
for deaf hadl of hearing or late
deafened people

Bayfront Gift Shop
Needs Volunteers
The Bayfront Medical Cente's Gift
Galleryis nneedofvolunteers There
are three convement 4-hour shfts
daly You will perceive a meal ticket
to their cafetena, and free parkmg

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you are mterested m becommg a
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more form aton, please contact Cyd
Hendnck at 893-6878

Super Senior Trolley
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The Gulfport/St Pete Beach
Connector Trolley now has Super
Semor Trolley Token Saver packs
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special tokens only available for
use by those over the age of 55
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ASomethinh Oh my mind
By Bill Northrop BNorthrop@theGabbercom

Drill baby, drill

I'm favor of dllhng for more
oil, nuclear power natural
gas However, Im not agamst wmd
and solar and find tidal water flow
projects fascmatng I'm also hoping
that we can have pollutionless hy-
drogen fueled vehicles I also think
bningmg back passenger trans is
hke the dnve to build canals m the
early 1800s The trams killed the ca-
nal mdustry
Eventually, something will come
along to kill or change the way we
travel and move about and thus
change or ehmmate the fuels we
use Look at what the steam and in-
ternal combustion and jet engmes
did Trans, cars, aiplanes Think
of the changes m just about every-
thing (except people) since the mid
1850s We're due for somethmg or
somethngs new Maybe it wll be
anti-gpavity vehicles movmg hke the
mag-lev trains
In the meantime, we're gomg to be
supported by fossil fuels oi, gas,
coal and vanatons of all three Wind
and smnshme can only provide afrac-
ton of what we need and by the tune
we get a good gnd of either of those,
mereasmg usage will outstrip sup-
So, I say, dnl now Get gomg Tell
the dollar hoardmg oil compares
they can get permits to dnll off our
coasts if they do it now It will def-
mtely spur the economy Direct dol-
lars mto creatmg real jobs just about
everywhere Tell them use them or
lose them Just the prospect of all-

out dnllg will keep the pnce of oil
down That helps the economy, too
Coal s already plentiful
Get gong, too, on nuclear energy
It takes tmne, but you have to start
somewhere and sometime France
produces 80 per cent of its electn-
cal power om nuclear plants Even
more important than that is natural
gas We've gone fom a country with
not enough natural gas to a coun-
try literally gasified Major finds m
Texas and Lomslana and now the
Appalachian mountains from West
Virgnia to New York, have changed
the equation
What could be done immediately
is a conversion of all government
auto and truck fleets to natural gas
with a sunmultaneous dnve to create
a gas distribution system hIl mag-
nate and wmd and solar developer T
Boone Pickens has beenpushing that
through national television ads
Natural gas is clein and safe ind
cms can easily be converted When
I was rcm g a newspaper m the
1970s and 1980 and gasohne was ex-
pensive and m short supply, we con-
verted a few delivery trucks and they
worked fine The problem then was
lack of a dstibution system as well
as uimted supply
Very httle of this depends on gov-
ecnm ent subsidy Most of the tune
government needs to get out of the
way except for oversight on pollu-
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Beta Sigma Phi
Sunshme City Council members
attended the Beta Sigma Ph Florida
State Convention m Daytona Beach
May 15-17 The theme was "Beach
Party 2009" and was a most enjoyable
weekend for the 515 women from
around the state attending
Congratulations ae m order for
Sunshine City Council members
dressed m whte with red, whte and
blue salor collars along with sailor
hats won thlrd place m the Costume
Contest Sunshine City Council
won third place m the Best Social
Category andLaureateEpsilonTheta
won first place m the Best Social
Category Snshine City Council
won second place m the Best Ways
and Mean Project category and first
place in the Best Service Category
Congratulations to Susan Henry of
Beta X1 Master Chapter as she was
chosen State Mater Woman of the
Year Needless to say Snnshne City
Council was well represented at this
Laureate Epsllon Theta chapter will
hold their last regular meeting of the
soronty year on Wednesday, May 27
at the home of Marsha Ward at 7 p m
Marsha well present the program
for the evemng At ths meetmg,
members wdl exchange and reveal
their Beta Buddies for this year
Laureate Epsllon Theta will begin
the ways d means workmeetings m
June to begm panting the last issue
of the Chstmas tmce ornaments
Ths will complete the set of 30
For mo-e information, please call
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100 Week Countdown to 100 Years!
In Just 73 weeks, Gulfpor will
Celebrate the centeomal of its mcorpora-
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She proudly exclaimed that her son,
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daughter Pam and son-in-law bought
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Janet went on to say that she
learned how to play the Wii games at
the Senior Center and really enjoys it.
She now takes place in tournaments
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The Gulfport Senior Center has put
a strong emphasis on physical fitness
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including the interactive gaming with
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Janet Vosler is a good example of
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volunteers at her church, volunteers
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& Council Quotes
Excerpts heard at the May 19, 2009
Gulfport city council meeting

"Volunteer is what makes Gulfport, Gulfport." -Vice Mayor Bob
Worthington about the CERT (Community Emergency Response Team).

"It would also provide something for the community, which is a free
concert for people to come and enjoy." -Lori Rosso about the Summer
Concert Series

"I think a lot of good can come out of this and I hope you'll support
it," -Lynne Brown, on behalf of the newly formed Gulfport Arts Center

"While I certainly think the goals of this request are noble we have
a publicly sponsored no-fee no-residency required dog park... [and]
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be dog people... If this is the best place for it, go ahead." -Al Davis on
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The Treasure Island Pohce
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conduct an enhanced Drovmg Under
the Influence Enforcement Program
for the Memorial Day Weekend for
the City of Treasure Island under the
taghne "Drunk Drving Over the
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enfo.ement effort against drunk
divers underscores the seventy of
the problem both locally and across
the nation
The Treasure Island Pohce
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simple steps to avoid a tragco crash
or an arrest for mnpaned dnvmg
Other important tips mclude
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If you'e pared, call a taxi, use
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or fanmly member to get you home
Promptly report drunk drivers
you see on the roadways to law
enforcement by callig 911,
Weaorg your seat belt or using
protective gear on your motorcycle
is your best defense against an
mpan-ed driver
The City of Treasure Island Pohce
Department remmds everyone that
a safe Memoonal Day Weekend may
rest m the own hands

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American Hero,
from front page

He has a key from Hitler's house...
yes, THAT Hitler. He had a bullet go
through his hand, shot accidentally
by a fellow soldier on the last night of
the war. He walked through fields in
France and Germany, searching for
Germans while artillery shells and
machine gun bullets fired all around
him. One of them ripped his own gun
right out of his hand. His sleeve had
two bullet holes; so did the coattail of
his jacket. But call it Angels or God,
fate or just plain good luck, 1st Ser-
geant Joe Kolac, originally from New-
ton Falls, Ohio, would remain in one
piece to become a bona-fide American
War hero.
The son of immigrant Polish parents,
Kolac, like so many other young men
of the time, was drafted into the Army
in 1942 to fight Hitler and the German
Nazi regime. Stationed stateside, first
in Virginia, then Texas, Kolac was
sent after basic training to Tidworth
Downs, England, as an NCO ordinance
officer. But Kolac had dreams of being
a paratrooper.
"I hated what the Germans did to Po-
land," he said, "I had this grand idea of
parachuting into Germany and aveng-
ing the Polish people. When my com-
manding officer refused my request, I
went over his head. But he found out
and I got busted," he said ruefully.
Instead, another Officer recognized
his zeal and Kolac was assigned to
the 3rd Infantry Division, a move that
would seal his fate and bring him clos-
er to the faces of evil than most. He
shipped to England. Shortly after that,
Kolac was assigned to France. It was
1944 and the war was in full swing. His
first combat assignment was as Pla-

toon Leader; he and his men patrolled
the woods, looking for the enemy.
"We lived in those woods like rab-
bits," he remembered, "digging our
holes in the ground and hiding, watch-
ing for the Germans."
While on foot patrol one night in
those woods, Kolac, as leader, hit a trip
wire, hidden among the leaves. But it
was a flare, not a buried bomb that lit
up the night sky, making him and his
men targets for the waiting Germans.
They had to make a run for it. Bullets
started flying; Kolac heard an artillery
shell close and hit the ground, but not
before shrapnel landed in his backside.
The injury wasn't bad enough to send
him home and he remained with his
The 3rd Infantry Division was then
dispatched to make a run at the Sieg-
fried Line, a wall of defenses Hitler had
along the borders of France, Belgium
and Germany. Armed with the famous
"dragon's teeth", pointed concrete col-
umns designed to stop the American
and British tanks, the Siegfried Line
was part of the Nazi propaganda cam-
paign to intimidate the Allied Forces.
It was here that Kolac had the gun he
was carrying, a BAR rifle literally shot
right out of his hands. To this day, he
has no idea how he wasn't killed right
"After we got through the line, it was
easy going from there. We marched
right across the Rhine, through
Nuremburg and Munich. Our goal was
Berchtesgaden, where we heard Her-
man Goerlng was holed up. It was also
where Hitler had stayed before. So we
were really ready to get there. Goerlng
had claimed he wanted to surrender. It
was May 4th, 1944 and several other
divisions were marching towards there
as well. We were the closest ones how-
ever and we got there first."

When Kolac and the 3rd Infantry
marched into Berchtesgaden, two lo-
cals told him that Goering was in the
local hotel and wanted to surrender.
Kolac and two others were sent out
to capture him. Little did they know
they had also walked right by Hitler's
"I had visions of taking that Luger off
of Goerlng myself," Kolac said.
But coward that he was, Goerlng
wanted a big show; he didn't want to
surrender to some foot soldiers. He ran
off with his family and surrendered
the next day, amid the pomp and cir-
cumstance he felt he deserved. But
while Kolac was going room to room in
the hotel, searching for the enemy, he
came upon an SS captain, who was still
sleeping in his bed. With his Tommy
gun, Kolac tapped him lightly on the
head, saying softly 'nein, nein,' when
the officer looked over at his own gun
on the nightstand. He surrendered to
Kolac, who marched him back down
the hill to the waiting division. Three
days later, on May 7th, 1945 World
War Two was officially over.
Joe Kolac was awarded numerous
combat medals and honors, including
the French Fleur de Guerre and has
currently been approved to receive
France's highest honor, the French
Medal of Honor as well. Based on his
heroism under fire, he qualified for the
US Purple Heart, but any witnesses to
his injury have passed away. He will
have to live without that particular
honor. But on this Memorial Day, we
remember the sacrifice of Kolac and
the tens of thousands like him, who
willingly took up arms and faced death
so that we could be free. We honor
them, not only next Monday, but every
day that we walk in freedom. They are
truly American heroes.

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of my life you are with me, I want in this short
prayer to thank you for all things and confirm
once again that I never want to be separated
from you, even in spite of all material illusions.
I wish to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank
you for your mercy toward me and mine.

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world. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us.
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Yes!!! his is "Carol"
Sometimes referred to as "Shopping Cart
Carol" Iknowyou haven'tseen me in
Gulfport or St. Petefrr the last two months.
Ihave leftFlorida. lam now residing with
my wonderfulparents up North. Iwas not
happy to leave Florida, butnowlamglad
thatImade the right decision. lam very
happy here with the help ofmy parents and
family and long lostfriends. I appreciate all
ofmyfriends that were kind and helpful to
me, while Iwas in Florida. Iloveyou all
and Ithankyou very muchfor allofthe
respectyou've shown mefr all ofthese
years. Ithank God every dayfr havingall
of you as myfriends. hanks again.
"Love Carol"

Happy Birthday
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New on Market!!, Boca Ceiga Apts Waterfront 1840 Shore Drive South #10
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New on Market!!, Diplomat #1071 bed, 1.5 bath New kitchen, central heat & air, appliances, carpet,
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Eton #410, 2br, 2 bth standard condo, water views from balcony. Located close to the Clubhouse & pool area.
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Eton #203,1 br/1bth d m-- ie in condition, curb parking. Lowest priced condo in Town
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Embassy #808, Beautifully updated deluxe 1 bed, 1.5 bath gorgeous waterfront views. Wide open floor plan,
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Embassy #312, Lrg Corner Unit (2210 sq. ft) Gorgeous south westerly views, 2br/2bth, new paint, tile,
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Just reduced $25,0000 Great Buy at $275,000 MLS #7335514
Embassy #409, 1 Br/1.5bth, open water views, beautifully furnished, dog friendly 201bs min., Hurricane
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Embassy #702, 2Br/2bth, open water views, split plan (master bed on wtr) next dr to clubhouse & pool. Dog
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windows, kitchen. CH/A Price 159,900
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lanpdpi w/manyfountains. 4743 Corono ay. Pool
Laere 384 esq f, orehop Mesonry, 1321 sq R. 2d n/lba
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504 24lth Ave. South ust block fr Gulfport Marina
Open Airy floor plan masonry and Clam Bayou. New Pi
with 3bdr/2baor office. Hdwd 205,000
fers, 1 car garage, corner ot.
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