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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 28, 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gulfport (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pinellas County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Pinellas -- Gulfport
Coordinates: 27.750556 x -82.708611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00089435
Volume ID: VID00090
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 41066966
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The City of Gulfport
Celebrates Flag Day
If you have never witnessed a
flag ceremony, it is a very moving
and patriotic experience Worn and
tattered flags at this event will
be appropriately disposed of by
burning This morning event is open
to the public
The City of Gulfport, along with
the Amencan Legion Post 125, will
perform a very special ceremony as
they retire old Amencan flags by
proper ceremonial brn This event
is held Fnday, June 12 at 10 a m
at Veterans Park on the corner of
54th St S and Shore Blvd S in
Gulfport

Free Summer
Concert Series
The City ofGulfport and the Gulfpor
Chanober of Col cre anornce
a new se-es of summer water'ont
concerts located on The Pomt bhmdd
the Gulfport Recreation Center at
Shore Blvd and 58th Street S This


free concert scenes will be held the
second Fnday of each month, June
12th, July 10th and August 14th
from 3 pm -9 30 pm
Jemnfer Leigh and Her New Digs
will lack off the sees on Friday,
Ju-el2 wwnnjomnferlexghnet
Bnng your beach blanket or chair
and jomn the fun
Rereshments provided by local
cocni ty groups
Get mto the cornomnty spgnt and
onjoy free eovoemg of entnerama ent
brought to you by the City of
Gulfport and the Gulfport Chamber
of Conaeoe Please, no coolers
or food baskets allowed For more
information contact the Chamber at
344-3711

Class of 1979 Plans
30 Year Reunion
Boca Clega class of 1979 ounces
their 30 year roenon on June 26-28
at the Holday Inn Snspree Resort
Information on Facebook under Boca
Coega HS class of 79


EYE CLINIC
PERSONALIZED FAMILY EYE CARE
Serving St. Petersburg Since 1984

Dr. John H. Mason PA.

OPEN EVENINGS Board Certified Optometric Physician
& Contact Lens Specialists
SATURDAYS BY Children & Adult Vision Care
APPT. Quality Fashion Eyewear Treatment of Eye Disease

Most Insurance Plans Emergency Care & Lasik Consultation
Accepted, Including Glaucoma & Cataract Testing
Eyeme, Medicaid, i'
Medicare,
United Healthcare,
Advantica, Humana,
Asmed, VSP, Cigna, 344-0800
Comp Benefits
www.masoneyeclinic.com
5712 5th Ave. N. Medical Plaza Building

Gabber May 28 -June 3, 2009







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public education efforts as the
best m the nation Tomns dynanc
presentation rwll form you to be
better prepared to motor or act on
an emergency situation Vendors
include Home Depot, A nencan
Red Cross, Gulfport Communty
Emergency Response Team,
Gulfport Coumm ty Development,
Gulfport Fre Department, Bay Area
Disaster Anmnal Response Team
(DART), Wltco Insurance, Bay Area
Emergency Reso es ad Florinda
Department of Fmanclal Se-ces

Film Festival to
Benefit Arts Center
What began as a sees of mfo ral
meetmgs doscussmg conmnunty
emrchment through the arts has
cuhlmated m the foundmg of the new
Gulfport Arts Center At Tuesday
mght's City Councl meeting, a
resolution was passed allowig the
newly mcorporated Centerto assume
use of the bnck bmldmg at 2726 54
Street S where the old shuffleboard
courts were preously located, for
the Centers cultural and educational
actbtves
The mission of the Gulfport Arts
Center is to encourage artists and
arts education, and offer cultural
events that reflect the diversity
of the commumty m an lustone
setting and m partnerslup with
other orgamzatlons Once opened,
the Center will encourage the arts m


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Gulfport through speciahzed classes,
exultbhtons and education
The Centers Board of Directors s
compnsedof HugoPo ar(President/
Director), Annette Vedsegaard-Ross
(Vice-Pre sdent/Dcector), Lynne
Brown (Treasurer/Director), Mike
McCue (Secretary/Doector) and Jim
Thaler, Jr (Dorector)
A 3-day themed Film Festival s
planned for August at Scout Hall, and
fundsraisedwll assist mamnta-ung
the Art Center Buldmg and untng
its activities Memberslups will be
available Further nformaton wll be
posted soon on the Centers webslte
at www gulfportartscenter org

Great American
Cleanup at Clam Bayou
Keep Pmellas Beautiful will be
holding their Great Amencan
Cleanup Finale on Saturday, May 30
at 8 30 at Clam Bayou This wll 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, proceedto 37th St S, turnleft and
proceed to 27th Ave S, turn nght,
proceed to dead end, parking and
lauch area will be off to your nght
Sign m at blue tent To register or
for addttonal mnfonnatmon call Keep
Pmellas Beautiful at 533-0402

5K Run/Walk for
Pancreatic Cancer
The PurpleStnde 5K competotlve
run and fanaly walk to raise money
for and awaress about Panceatc
Cancer rwll be held on May 30
begunug at 8 30 am at the St
Pet ersbrg Veterans' Memonal Park
on Bay Pines Boulevard Cost is $20
for those who register before May
16 Wind through the park on tlis
shaded USATF certified 5 kilometer
course and then be sure to stock
around for the post race party wluch
will include food, fun and plenty of
great raffle pnzes Awards wdll be
presented to the overall wmners as
well as age group owners three deep
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The Garden Club
of St. Petersburg
The Garden Club of St. Petersburg
will hold a Coffee & Garden Crafts
Workshop on Monday, June 8 from
10-12 noon at the Garden Club Center,
500 Sunset Drive S. in St. Petersburg.
A materials fee of $3.50 for Garden
Club members and $4.50 for guests


and the general public will be charged
to cover supplies. The workshop will
cover how to make cork trivets and/or
recipe holders.
All craft workshops are open to
the general public, potential new
members and guests. Please bring
your own scissors, pencil and small
paint brushes. Coffee and tea will be
furnished. Call Mary Frances Lawrie
at 397-8719.


City Manager's Contract Extended Two Years
ST.PETE BEACH- The current contract of St. Pete Beach city manager Mike
Bonfield has been extended from 2010 to January 28, 2012, per the commission's
4-1 vote on Tuesday. Bonfield's present contract provides for an extension
of up to four years, but he asked only for two more. Mayor Mike Finnerty
supported the request, saying Bonfield, "... brings more stability to the city
administration, especially in these tough economic times. He's very competent,
does a good job and I think we should reward him for it". Bonfield indicated,
"Im not interested in using my current position as a stepping stone to work
for a larger community". District One commissioner Al Halpern supported the
mayor, citing the need for stability in the job.
District Three commissioner Chris Leonard voted against the extension.
While praising Bonfield's work ethic, Leonard said he'd prefer an employee-
at-will arrangement for Bonfield, a thought also initially supported by District
Two commissioner Jim Parent, who then sided with the majority, feeling that
an "at will arrangement might politicize the job". District Four commissioner
Bev Garnett wished to clarify a recent detail in a St. Petersburg Times article
that said Bonfield had been given a $2,308 one-time "raise". She noted the
payment was a cost of living adjustment, per se.



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They will hold its Horticulture for
Weekend Gardeners (aka the "Night
Bloomers" Circle) on Tuesday, June 9
at 7 p.m. at the Garden Center. The
program will be a tour of the Garden
Club grounds, gardens and facilities.
The tour will start at 7 p.m. and end
with refreshments in the Center.
For more information, contact Derri
Davisson at derridavisson@hotmall.
corn or call 423-7644.
Meetings are open to the public but
there will be a nominal charge for
nonmembers of the Garden Club to
help cover speaker expense.

St. Pete Summer
Camp Registration
St. Pete Values Summer Playcamp
registration for children entering
first grade to sixth grade and are
St. Petersburg residents begins
Friday, April 24 at 7 a.m. for Willis
S. Johns and Shore Acres Centers
and Saturday, April 25 from 8 a.m.
till noon for the other nine locations.
The 10 week summer camp operates
Monday through Friday, June 8
through August 14 from 7:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m., except for Friday July 3, in
observation of Independence Day. The
cost is only $617 which includes three
field trips, breakfast and lunch, daily
rotating fun activities including sports,
special events, crafts, and more. More
field trips available at an additional
cost. All activities are created with St.
Pete Values: honesty, responsibility,
teamwork, respect, achievement, and
self-discipline at the core. See www.
stpete.org/recreation for listing of
the 11 locations or call 893-7441 for
more details. Sponsored by City of
St. Petersburg Recreation.


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Gabber May 28 -June 3, 2009







Parade Participants
Needed for Pirate Days
Celebrating the discovery of John's
Pass for the eighth year in a row,
the John Leique Pirate Days is
in search of parade participants.
A boat parade is scheduled for
Saturday, June 13 beginning at 11
a.m. The street parade will kick
off on Sunday, the 14th at 1 p.m.
from its starting point at Treasure
Island's City Hall on 108th Ave.
For sea lovers, the boat parade will
begin at 11 a.m. and continue past
Eleanor Island before it comes to a
stop at 12 p.m. at the John's Pass
Boardwalk. There, the participants
will engage in a slhp invasion and
sea battle. Later that night at 8 p.m.,
an awards ceremony will be held at
the Friendly Fisherman Restaurant
awarding the most decorated, lively,
andsmallestboats. All participating
boats must be power operated
and registered for the event. All
applications must be submitted to
Terry Moorehouse by the Captain's
meeting on Friday, June 12 at 6 p.m.
at VFW Post 4256.
For land lovers, the street parade
line up will begin at 11 a.m. at
Treasure Island City Hall on 108th
Ave. in preparation for the start of
the parade at 1 p.m. The parade will


proceed north on Gulf Blvd., across
the John's Pass Bridge to John's Pass
Plaza/John's Way, down Boardwalk
Place, towards Don's Dock, around
the bend, exiting onto Pelican Lane.
The parade will disperse at the dirt
parking lot area on Gulf Blvd. and
135th Ave. The application deadline
is May 31.
All participants should be dressed
appropriately dawning their pirate,
renaissance, antique, or nautical


themed costumes. Those interested
in being a part of either should vsit
johnspassfestivals.com, under John
Levque Pirate Days to complete an
application.
For more formation please about
the street parade contact Suzanne
King at 391-6025 ext. 303 or suziea
fnendly-fish.com. For information
about the boat parade please call
Terry Moorehouse at 391-4016.







"Ain't Retirement
Grand!" to Run Again
For Gulfport residents who missed
the recent production of "Aint
Retirement Gand'" at the Back Door
Theater, tis hit musical revue wll
play The Venue Theater m Pmellas
Park June 5-7 and June 12-14 This
is the show that sold out when it
appeared m Gulfport last March
Pokng fun at such subjects as early
buid dinners, wills, doctors, HMOs,
pets and cutng the silver cord, "Aint
Retirement Grand'" is a musical
romp through the retirement years
wth over 22 new songs Written by
Town Shores resident, Gl Perlroth,
ths show will be playing retirement
commnties od Florida and is
already booked into 2010
Curtar tmne for the evenung
performances is 8 30 pm and Sunday
matmeesbegn at 2 30p m The Venue
Theater is located in the Broyhill
Shopping Center which s located
at 9125 Route 19 and Mainlands


Boulevard, two blocks north of Park/
GandyBoulevard Tckets are $15 and
reselratrons may be made by calling
822-6194
Tlhs is the one show that semors,
retirees and baby boomers should not
miss For more nlfforatlon, call G
Perhroth at 343-8560

US Power Squadron
Seminar Series
The Umted States Power Squadrons
Semmar Series, Onboard Weather
Forecasting, presented by the St
Petersburg Sail & Power Squadron,
will be held on Thursday June 18,
7- 9 p m, at the St Petersburg Salng
Center, 250 Second Ave SE, Demens
Landmg, St Petersbmrg
Program Summary Chanmng
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to be a dehghtful day on the water a
realchallenge Forecastgweatheris
a top proty for safe boating Should
we go out? When should we come mt


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These are Imporant questions and
some fundamental understanding of
the weather can help a boater make
these decisions
Whale not a corse in weather,
it explains how using your own
enses can help you determine what
condtons you will encounter at yor
present location Comunbm g your
obselatlons with knowledge of the
overall weather forecast will allow
you to better determme just how and
when condhtlons wll change With a
few mstruments and you can veify
your obselatons The semmar
explains weather systems, how to
understand clouds and their changes,
using changing wnd direction,
temperature, and pressure to hone m
onemergeng weather fronts
Instuctloni free, matenals cost $20
perfamily Maximum of20 students,
pre-registraton required Contact
ww boatmg-stpete org or525-0968

New Outdoor Antique
Fair Seeks Vendors
A new outdoor antique show rs
coming to Gulfport "Antques in the
Park," co-sponsored by the City of
Gulfport Tis series of four outdoor
antique shows will be held m Clymer
Park, at the mtersection of Gulfport
and Beach Boulevads The dates for
"Antlques n the Park" will be the fist
Saturday of the month in November,
January, March and May The ran
date is the following day, Sunday The
first show date is Saturday, November
7 Antique dealers interested
partcipatmg may call 321-8454 for
mformatlon, or visit www hulahula
b.t


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Your local agent Rehand Care Center
knows your local needs. Eag Loke Rehab and Care Center
mpca ble and caring staff provide excellent
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(727) 345-9331
Admission Hotline: (727) 423-6652
El l"Jl'h lillh ~ vl Fax: (727) 344-7253
Gabber May 28- June 3, 2009






Trolley Token
Purchase Locations
The following locations offer tokens
to nde the Gulfport/St Pete Beach
trolley Domam Home Accessones,
3129 Beach Blvd S, The Outpost,
3007 Beach Blvd S, Gulfport
Recreation Center, 5730 Shore
Blvd S, m Gulfport and Bluewater
Outfitters, 341 Corey Ave in St
Pete Beach
IfyouareaGulfportorSt PeteBeach
busmess that's mterestedin havmg
yor shop participate as a Gulfport-
St PeteBeachTrolleytokenpurhase
location, call Bnan VanSlyke at
893-1069 Soon, flamngo wmdow
clng signs will mark your business
as a "Trolley Token" location'

Stetson Law Accepting
Nominations for
Hall of Fame
Stetson University College of Law
is c~ gently accepting nommatlons
for its prestlgous Hall of Fame The
deadime for submsslons is June 15


and should be sent to Director of
Development Karen A Gnffin,
Stetson Umverslty College of Law,
1401 61st St S, Gulfport, Fla
33707 E-maalnomnatlons are also
accepted at kgnffn@law stetson
edu
To learn more about Stetsonsn
past Hall of Fame honorees, view
biograpnhcal videos of each by
voting http //www law stetson edu/
halloffame

Art Experience for Kids
Coming to IAC
Kids ages 7-12 wil have an
opportuO ty to stretch their create
muscles ths summer at an Art
Experience with James Oleson Jr at
the Industral Arts Center Oleson,
who created the IAC's 14-foot tall
horse sculpture from recyled steel
and Mustang car parts, has been
called an "mspred recycler"


The week long art expeences are
currently scheduled for June 8-12
and July 13-17, from 9 am until
2 p m at the Industnl Arts Center,
2902A Beach Boulevard S in the
Gulfport Art Village Coutyard
More will be added depending upon
demand
Oleson and his wife Rachel will lead
two art actnties each day dunng
the Monday-Fnday Art Expenence
oncludng w-re sculptoe, hnoleon
block prntmg, rok sculpture,
cofage, soap ocamg and mosac
Kds should bng a bag lunch,
beverages and sunscreen The tniuton
for each student wil be $70 plus a
$25 matenals fee
For more mformaton, call
the Industal Arts Center at
727-289-9365 or email classes@
ndustnalartscenter org Visit the
IAC onlone at o w
ondustnalartscenter org


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Unitarian Universalist
United Fellowship
5721 Central Ave.
Tired of being told what to believe? 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
www.uuunited.org


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
i -Wed 11am 7pm (same topic)
S 6315 Central Ave.
727-347-1226
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"


Come to
SonRock Camp
Join them at First United Methodist
Church, 2728 53 Street 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,


Join Us For
SUNDAY SERVICES
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
(727)867-7015


Places of Worship
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of Worship in this special
section of the Gabber.
Open to all Religious
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creative crafts, exciting games, 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
information.

2nd Mile Recovery
Group
Meetings promote growth in Christ
and recovery from addictions. Open
to all those affected by addiction
whether individually afflicted or
burdened with someone who is.
Meetings willbe held Tuesdays at 5:30
p.m. at Tradewinds Church located at
6740 Park Street S., So. Pasadena.
Call 344-1501 for more information.

DBSA Support Group
DBSA Support Group for adults and
teens meets every Thursday night from
7-9 p.m. at Northeast Presbyterian
Church, 4400 Shore Acre Boulevard
in St. Petersburg. If you suffer from
depression, bipolar or other mental
illness, call the chapter leader, Mary,
at 204-2608 for more information.

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


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Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965
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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
4 p.m.

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
facilitator.
You are welcome to begin attend-
ing at any session. Each is "self-con-
tained," 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-
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Wednesday 10:00 AM
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GCP General Meeting
and Elections
The Gulfport Community Players
will be holding their Annual General
Membership 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. in Gulfport. Elections will
be held for President, Secretary, and
three board positions during this
meeting. Only dues-paying members
are allowed to vote in this election.
All people currently in these
positions are running for re-election,
but nominations will also be taken
from the floor, but from only dues-
paying members.
This is a great time to join or
continue your membership in the
Gulfport Community Players too.
The dues are only $10 a year or,
$100 for a lifetime membership. Join
their group and show your support


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will be holding their 'Cathy' Awards
Dinner and Celebration next month
on Saturday, June 13 at the Back
Door Theater. Tickets for this
event will be just $15 each for the
dinner, provided by Orange Blossom
Catering. Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m.
and the ceremony will follow right
after the dinner.
Tickets for the 'Cathy Awards
Dinner and Celebration must be
purchased in advance! You can
get your tickets while attending
the General Meeting, or later from
Eileen's Resale Boutique, located at
5401 Gulfport Boulevard in Gulfport.
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With the help of the city of St. Pete
Beach, businesses and individuals,
this year's Fourth of July fireworks
celebration promises to be a big
bang. Robin Grabowski, president
of the Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber
of Commerce, presented a request
to SPB commission members on
Tuesday for up to $10,000 to help
fund the 20-25 minute long event.
The money is earmarked towards
the expected total bill for the event
of $27,000. A fifty percent deposit
is required, which is typically
non-refundable, according to city
manager Mike Bonfield.
District Two commissioner Jim
Parent expressed reservations on
funding the request, due in part
to ongoing litigation regarding
development issues in the city, the
cost of which alone is at the nearly
$200,000 mark and "that's not going
to stop", he advised, adding that the
request "is not a'have-to-have"'. Said
District Three commissioner Chris
Leonard, "I can't justify it. The city
has carried the load (previously), but
we cant do it now". District Four
commissioner Bev Garnett has been
looking into line items for areas from
which to draw some funds, she said.
Last year, the commission voted to
donate $1,500 towards the funding
but voted 4-1 on Tuesday to offer
$4,500. in hopes of stirring interest
from area businesses and individuals
to add to the coffers.
Rick Falkensten, of 6441 4th Palm
Point, then stepped up to offer $400
from his family, issuing a challenge
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The Festival is open to the general
public and will offer music, healthy
food fare and countless vendors
featuring fresh fruits and vegetables,
environmentally-friendly products
and more, and leashed dogs are
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lot of Gold's Gym at 4949 34 Street S.
in the same shopping plaza as Beef
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Raymond Fowler, St Pete: "I took my lovely ladyfnend out for a nice dinner;
we got treated nicely so I tipped really well! I'm actually a Veteran myself. I was
stationed in the Pacific from '42-'45 as a Navy radar man. I left my young wife and
daughter, like so many men did, to go and fight. We were on a LST Tank 1103; that's
a ship that can carry 30 tanks and many troops. I can remember when the seas got
really rough, the other radar man would get sick, and I would have to take over. We
supplied all the islands with provisions. We went to Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and Guam.
We pulled into Pearl Harbor with supphes and I wanted to call my wife because they
had a phone that you could call the States with. I spent $45 on a three minute call to
her. They had underground cable and it was worth every penny. We were married 65
years. Sometimes, out there on the Pacific, the US had seemed so far away, almost
like a fairy tale. It was so hard sometimes to believe that it actually existed. So today
I remember my fellow soldiers and treat my lovely lady Hilda to dinner."




Kimberly Cecil, Gulfport: "We spent today on the beach, remembering my father.
He was a hero; he helped storm the beaches at Normandy. He got six Bronze med-
als and a Purple Heart. He passed away in 2001 and I still miss him a lot. I was one
of ten kids, and my dad had a furniture company in North Carolina. But he would
always come down to Gulfport, to sell his furniture. We could never understand as
kids, why he had to leave in the summers; we didn't reahze that he was just trying to
support his family. He loved it here. So we arranged a party on the beach with about
ten friends as a remembrance. It was a really nice day."




Bob Gazaway, Gulfport/New Jersey: "I was a Marine; I served from 1965 to
1968 and was stationed in the Caribbean. Today really made me reflect about the
war; every day you pick up the paper and read about another death of a soldier. But
most people don't reahze that it's the families that suffer the most. It's so hard on
them; where can they take their grief? Their anger? The injured who return from
the war are in their own personal hell. Their tour of duty never ends; they have a hfe
of rehab and adjustment. They have pain and some are injured mentally. They come
home from the war, with no one to talk to, no one who understands what they saw
and did. For them, it's a constant nightmare. About three years ago, I got a real wake-
up call. I was selling a hot tub and this guy came by and wanted it. He was a Vietnam
vet and we talked for a while. What he saw over there had really affected him badly.
I was almost in tears after he told me some of the stuff that went on. It made me
reahze how incredibly lucky I was not to have to go over there. I kept thinking that
could have been me. I felt so bad for him, because it was obvious that he needed some
emotional and mental help. The pain just never ends for these guys."



Ginny Schmidt, St. Pete: "Of course, my dad was a vet; he served in the Army in
WWII and won a Purple Heart. He was buried in Brooklyn. I didn't really do much
today but this day always makes me reahze that whatever people think is wrong
with this country, the truth is, it's the best country in the world. For that, you should
thank a veteran because they fought and sacrificed to keep us safe and free. I went
to dinner with a friend and then came to the beach to watch the sunset. It was a nice
day."







Local Obituaries

MACY, REV. RALPH L., born
4/21/1930, dedMay21,2009underthe
care of Hospice at Dealb Conuty
Hospital, Sunthvlle, TN Survved
by wife Charlotte (Dolly) Macy,
seven children and two stepchildren
Jesslca (Jmn) Dohn, Patrncia
Van Wart, Andrea (Dave) Popaj,
Kathleen Relsch, Veonmca (Frank)
Terrana, Paul Macy, Robert (Ouida)
Macy, Woodrow (Beverly) Buns and
Kimberley Baker 26 grandchildren,
17 great-grandlchldren, four sisters
Norna Jean Bley, Dorothy Valvo,
Evy Coppola and Laura Macy (Joe Lo
Tempo) Dekalb Memorial taking
care of cremation


NAAS,MICHAEL,


He is shurved by
his hfe parner,
Ron Zietz and hIs
sisters, Patncra
Yochim and Manlyn Naas of St Pe-
tersburg A memonal service is June
13, 2009 at 1p m at Umtaan Um-
versalist Chinch, 719 Arlihngton Av-
enue N, St Petersburg Chartable
contributions accepted at wwo met-
rochaantes org


PARREY, VIRGINIA M., 86, of S
Pasadena, passed away on May 14,
2009, at Palms of Pasadena Hospital
Bon June 5, 1922, m Morsville, PA,
she moved to Pass-a-Gnre, m 1983
from Trenton, NJ Virgiia's love of


bmingo brought her many fnends, and
her good luck was legendary The
only ones luckier were the family
members and friends who knew her
Extraordmnanly talented m sewing,
she produced award-w ng cos-
tumes for baton troupes and dancers,
gowns for entire wedding parties,
and countless pieces of apparel, m
addition to excelhng m customized
alterations Bakung Hugaranm good-
les was another specialty that will
neverbeduphcated An accomplished
bowler and certified coach/mstructor,
she was mducted mto the Trenton
SuburbanWomens Bowhng Associa-
tion Hall of Fame for her service to
the sport Sharp and spunky to the
end, she recently qmpped, "The Gnim
Reaperbetterbe qmck, abusee I'mnot
slowing down'" Preceded m death by
her husband, Alex, m 1998, she is
survived by her son Alex M (wife
Lmda)Parrey, daughterDonaBear,
daughter Judy Parrey, son Richard
C (wife Patncia) Parrey, grandlchl-
dren Danoelle Cappelli-Clark, Alex
D Parrey, Amanda Bear, Ka Bear,
Bryan Eves, and Richard A Parrey,
and great-g randcldren, Logan Cap-
pelh and Madison Clark Cremation
will be handled by Veterans Funeral
Care All those who were touched by
Virgia's generosity of spirt are in-
rited to attend a celebration of her
life at the Warren Webster Build-
mg, 1500 Pass-a-Gnlle Way, St Pete
Beach, onrFnday, May 22, 2009, from
6 30-8 pm Visit the family's onlne
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Free Workshop for
Homebuyers
The Housing Finance Authority
of Pinellas County and Pinellas
County Community Development
Department are co-sponsoring a
free workshop designed to help you
maintain your home or become a
successful homeowner.
Participants will learn about local
programs that provide down payment
assistance and home repair money
and the ins and outs of comparing
mortgage products.
The Workshop will answer questions
such as: Where do I start? Do I qualify
for any down payment assistance
programs? Why is a good credit report
so important? How do I qualify for a
Mortgage? What documents will a
Lender require?
"This seminar is a must for anyone
thinking about buying a home",
said Daphne Johnson-McCluster,
Senior Community Planning
Specialist. "Attending this class is
the equivalent of getting your PhD in
homeownership".
The H.O.P.E. Expo 2009: Home
Ownership for People Everywhere
will be held Saturday, June 13, from
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Harborview
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Chamber Seeks to
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The Gulfpor Chamber of Commen e
office located in the Bank of Amenca
Buldmg at 2808 58 Street wll now
take donations of school supphes and
non-penshable goods to assist local
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Molly is a real lover She loves to snuggle with you purring
quietly as she gets a gentle scratch or stroke behind her ears
Molly is front de-clawed and therefore prefers the luxury of
the great indoors' She is 100% litter box trained, too Please
stop in to meet Molly at SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130 Avenue
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Adopt a Retired Racer
Meet Ace, a red fawn, male greyhound who is a very loving,
and playful dog He has more of a submissive personality
and while he gets along with other pets including pet
skunks, he doesn't like small dogs/animals that jump in
his face He loves to go on walks, and adores car rides He's
really a good boy who will make a great pet and companion
for an experienced greyhound owner If you would like
to meet Ace or any of our other greyhounds, please call
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Leena is a sweetheart She is a 6 year old gorgeous black and
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#Atfloroscope


Guide


GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You'll
work bravely on your issues this
week. There are many ways to do
this, though. You don't have to face
up to every gritty httle piece of the
past. You could do just as much to
reduce a problem by affixing your
focus on something pleasant and
staying in that mental space over
the course of a nice long walk.
CANCER (June 22-July 22). You
have recently made remarks to
yourself that were completely out
of line. Apologize and forgive so
you can go back to being the chief
cheerleader of Team You. After all,
if you're not on your own side, how
can you expect anyone else to be?
Confidence renewed, you stand to
gain love and money this week.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You believe
that whatever people do in hfe, they
have their reasons. There's someone
in your nmdst making an unpopular
choice. Though it would be easier to
take on the same view as everyone
else regarding this instance, it's not
inyour nature tobe judgmental. Your
tolerance will promote compassion.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You
have a high degree of self-discipline,
though you probably don't see it
that way. In your mind you are just
doing what must be done to get the
results you want, and that process
is actually fun for you. Friday, pat
yourself on the back for all you have
accomphshed during the week. You
did it all by just being you.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Games
are so much fun this week. You
impose imitations on yourself for
the sport of it. Metaphorically,
it's as though you are taking what
you would normally be able to
accomphsh and challenging yourself
to do it blindfolded or with one hand
tied behind your back. The rules are
artificial, but the struggle is real.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You
gain a better perspective when you


drop out of the fight for a while. There
will be several instances this week,
particularly Friday and Saturday,
when doing nothing is a better use
of your time than doing something.
Through relaxation you'll mentally
rise above your situation and see it
from a higher place.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
Some beheve you only live once, and
others think this is only one of your
lives. Either way you look at it, you
win. You'll be living to the fullest
because you think you won't get
another chance like this, or because
you know you'll have endless chances
and, therefore, nothing to lose.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
Life in the fast lane gets a bad rap.
You don't have to be involved in
unsavory craziness to want to move
quickly this week. An exhilarated
pace invigorates you, and you love
all of the experiences you can fit in
when you remain succinct. Brief and
interesting encounters will be your
favorite kind.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).
You want to move forward in a
relationship, and you sense correctly
that in order to do so you must break
a pattern of the past. It isn't enough
to merely interrupt the pattern. You
must put it behind you for good,
and you have the strength and
determination to do this now. Create
a ritual to cement your new choice.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Too
much comphance is dreary! Take
detours, go off script, stray from the
rules and blow the budget. You'll be
sending an important message to
yourself: You are strong at your core
and don't rely on external structures
to live your life. Once you assert
yourself, you will get back on track
with a fresh perspective.
ARIES (March 21-April 19).
Instead of starting something new,
pore over the old news. Revew and
reassess. There's a good chance you


missed something important. Maybe
one of your projects was abandoned
near the fish hne and you can
pick it up, perhaps Thursday, and
cross with your head held high.
Completion feels amazing!
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You
are doing your best to keep up with
it all, and yet you can't help but
feel cheated out of valuable, elusive
leisure. To sit and do absolutely
nothing for a few days -- well, this
fantasy's time has come. Figure out
a way to make it happen in the not
so distant future. Give yourself some
total relaxation to look forward to.
This Week's Birthdays: This year
brings progress. In some regards,
the most positive development of
all is that you do not try to change
unchangeable things. You work on
yourself, and the world around you
transforms because of this. June
shows you going with the flow and
winding up in a kind of relaxing
oasis. June and July are filled with
love and adventure, partly due to
the new characters you meet in
those months. In November you'll
capitahze on past investments or
put your talent to lucrative use.


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.
Open
Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Wayne & Bill, Karaoke &
Dancing
Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Cookie Returns with Karaoke &
Dancing
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.
Italian American accordion by
Woody for fun and dancing.
Donations accepted
Weather permitting
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John Levique
Pirate Days
The Eighth Annual John Levque
Pirate Days will celebrate the
discovery of Johns Pass and prepare
its residents for hricmane season
June 12th, 13th, and 14th The ctyof
Mademra Beach wll host a vaoety of
events such as a Pnrate's Ball, Pirate
Sea Battle, street parade, treasure
hunt, adults and children's costume
contests, and more The event wdll
also mclude vanous pirate themed
merhand se, food and beverage
vendors, along wth an abundance of
performers Although admission to
the event is free, other proceeds will
be donated to the Fisherman Lost at
Sea Memorial Fund
On Fnday, the Pirate Ball wll
be from 7-11 pm The might will be
filled with food, music, and fun The
sent auctonwill begin at 7 p with
hve entertanent from Terry and the
Pirates At 9 30 p m, the pirate crew
captais will be introduced followed
by the adult costume contest at 10
p m Then silent auction owners will
be announced at 11 pm Przes for
the auction and costume contest are
worth up to thousands of dollars
On Saturday, there will be a
kayak race, fight crcle, corn hole
tournament, ba brawl, kids costume
contest, re party, and performers
featurmg the West Coast Mutneers,
and many others The uhghhght of
the day wll be a boat parade and Sea
Battle The boat parade will begin at
11 amn and contoue past Eleanor
Island before t comes to a stop at 12
p m at the Boardwalk and Gulf Blvd
There, the partlcpants will engage
ma slup mvasion and sea battle
Later that might at 8 p m, an awards
ceremony will be held at the Fnendly


Fisherman Restaurant awarding the
most decorated, hvely, and smallest
boats
On Sunday is fight celes, street
parade, bar brawl, and VIP party at
Bamboo Beer Garden The street
parade hne up owll begin at 11 a-m
at Treasure Island City Hall on 108th
Ave m preparation for the start of
the parade at 1 pm The parade
will proceed north on Gulf Blvd and
continue into John's Pass and exit
on Pehcan Lane The parade will
disperse at the dirt parking lot area
on Gulf Blvd and 135th Ave
Other events will be under way
throughout the weekend on both
Saturday and Sunday as well The
H tcleane Expo woll include expert
advice about protecting yourself
and your home dunng humane
season, along with showcasmg new
commnnacaton technology for such
disasters Also, a family treasure
hint will commence, send g famlaes
through Johns Pass village collecting
vanous items After all items are


collected, famlhes can enter to wn a
grand prze, wnch will be announced
Sunday at 4 30 pm
To view the complete schedule of
events and more details visit ww
johnspassfestlals com For specific
questions please contact Suzanne
King at 391-6025 ext 303 or suze@
fnendly-fishcom

Tuesday Morning
Fresh Market
Got veggies? Check out the Tuesday
Mornmg Market on Beach Boulevard
n Gulfport every Tuesday, yearroud'
Fresh produce, plants, and local
artists set up on the sidewalk pavers
from 9-3 pm Enjoy a shopping and
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The City of St. Petersburg Sunshine
"Senior" Center, 330 Fifth Street N.,
offers a tal chi class taught by Steve
Nixon on Friday mornings from
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The ancient art
of tal chi has been proven to reduce
stress and improve balance and
overall health. It is a noncompetitive,
self-paced system of gentle physical
exercise and stretching by performing
a series of postures or movements
in a slow, graceful manner. Each
posture flows into the next without
pausing. Anyone, regardless of age
or physical ability, can practice tal
chi as it emphasizes technique over
strength. Classes are a bargain at
only $12 per month or $4 per class
with a current $10 annual Recreation
registration card. Call 893-7101 for
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Central Avenue Pack Ship Print
Center, 7110 Central Avenue in St.
Petersburg, offers help to those who
are sending packages to military per-
sonnel serving overseas. If you are
shipping to an APO address the store
will supply boxes and packing mate-
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All APO shipments are handled first
by the US Postal Service and then
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This N' That in South Pasadena
By Slbylle Stajich
Demolition
The demolition of three buildings on Huffman Way started May 18. It effects
the annex, storage shed and Pizza Hut and will take about two weeks. No in-
formation has been given as yet what will be done to these spaces.
Water
The City is trying to conserve water in the Galatea Park by stopping the
water in the fountains. This also saves the city some money until this critical
situation is over. The little pond in the Barbara Gilberg Park has been filled
in with dirt and rocks and a bird bath. This makes it easier to keep up the
maintenance of the pond.
Seminar
The Boca Clega Room in Palms' Professional Building was filled to capacity
on Tuesday, May 19 when Trecia Swanston, Pharm D, gave a lecture about
Cholesterol Management. After a light lunch she began to talk about choles-
terol. It is a fatty-like substances that can lead to heart disease and stroke.
LDL is the bad type, HDL is high density and the good type. Try to eat less
than 200 mg cholesterol daily, maintain a healthy weight and try to be physi-
cally active. Walking is the best exercise and eat healthy foods. Some people
also need to take medicine because changing their diet is not enough. Buildup
of cholesterol plaque and other fatty deposits is not good because the arteries
that feed the heart can become clogged so that the blood flow is reduced. One
should therefore focus on low saturated fat low cholesterol foods such as five
or more servings of fruits and vegetables per day, a variety of grain products
like bread, cereal, rice and pasta, fat free and low fat milk products, beans and
peas, lean meats and poultry without skin. East at least two servings of baked
or grilled fish each week, nuts and seeds in limited amounts, unsaturated veg-
etable oils like canola, corn, olive, safflower and soybean oils. Go easy on whole
milk, cream, ice cream, butter, egg yolks, cheese, organ meats like liver or
kidneys, coconut and palm oils and solid fats like shortening. Try to broil and
grill instead of pan frying. Many questions were asked and answered and the
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Calling All 100 Year Olds-The Semor
Center would hke to honor Gulfport
residents who are 100 and over Please
contact the Semor Center for more
info
Coming Soonr Stretch Band
Exercise-Call now to reserve space m
our new Stretch Band Exercise Class
that starts Wed June 3 at 11 15am
and will continue every Wed m June
Sponsor CoventryHealthCare Stretch
Bands provided Call to reserve space
Senior Discount Trollev Tokens-
The Semor Center is now selhng Semor
Discount Trolley Token Saver Packs
The packs are $10 and contain 12
special tokens for the Gulfport/St Pete
Beach Trolley Connector route only
Must be over the age of 55 and show
I D topurchase
Flea Market-Come to our Flea
Market on Fnday, June 5, from 9am-
noon Proceeds to benefit Neighborly
Care Network and the Semor Center
Foundation

SPECIAL EVENTS:
Crime Awareness Forum-Mark
your calendar now for a special Crmme
Awareness Forum on Monday, June 15
at 1pm Includes info, handouts and
special guests Sponsored by the Area
Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas,
Inc
Presentation & Eve Screenings-
Learn about the vanous age-related
eye diseases/conditions and what to
do about them on Thurs June 18 at
1045am Free eye screenings also
provided Courtesy of Eye Institute of
West Florida
Movie of the Month-Mon June 22 at
12 45pm The Best of Victor Borge

SEMINARS & PRESENTATIONS
Chronic Pain Tues June 2 at 1pm
courtesy of Gulfport Community Care
Having Fun When You're Stuck at
Home: Wed June 17 at 10 30am
PlayingItSafe Wed Junel7atlpm
Semors are the fastest growing group
of gamblers today This presentation
addresses many types of gamblmg and
Gabber May 28- June 3, 2009


problems they may cause and provides Health Insurance Questions9
education, services and support SHINE Counselor Sarah Peel
can help you with your Medicare,
CLASSES & CLUBS Medicamd questions or billing
Exercise: problems and help you select an
Chair Exercise with Phul every Tues at appropriate Medicare Part D
10 45am plan Call now for a one-on-one
Wn Bowlmg Every Thurs at 1pm appointment
Treadmills & Recumbent Cycle, 8am- Support Groups
5pm, except dunng Classes Support for Heanng Impaired, 1st
Exercise Off Site: & 3rd Mon at 2pm
Ta Clh every Tues & Thurs at 9am Support for Visually Impaired, 2nd
(Rec Center) & 4th Mon at 2pm
Health Recovery Ta Cl every Tues at Support for Caregivers, Tues at
10 30am (Rec Center) 6pm, Wed at 2pm
Total Fitness every Mon & Wed at
1 30pm (Neighborhood Center) Neighborhood Center
AARP Driver Safety Program- 1617 49th St. So./893-1o7
Sr VitaLife Exercise Class-Monday 8
Everyirstand secondTuesdays, 12 30- Wednesday, 1 30-2 30 pm
430pm Fee $14($2discountforAARP C.
members) Must attend both classes 6 "
Call (727) 341-0130 to register or visit
www aarp org/drive

SPECIAL SERVICES ULFORT
Blood Pressure Screenings every CASINO
Tues, 10 30-11 30am Thanks to Egret LLOOM
Cove, BocaClegaRehab, Ace Homecare,
Nurse on Call and ResCare Home Care s55s Shore Blvd.So.
for providing this much appreciated 893-170
service on a monthly basis HURRICANE SAFETY SEMINAR
Senior Center Food Patrv Food Thurs., May 28, 7-8 30 p m
items are available for low-income featuring Pnellas Co
Gulfport residents Must provide proof Communication S ecalist
of address and income Donations to
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Don't be Judge and Jury
Dear Editor: Re: the Gabs (May
21-May 27, 2009). One would have to
be an insensitive and twisted soul not
to be horrified by the sexual assault
allegedly committed by four teens
against a local student. That said,
in this country people are supposed
to be "presumed innocent" until a
jury or judge declares otherwise.
All four of the folks who responded
to this week's Gabs question have
apparently forgotten that ...none
mentioned that the teens have been
accused, not convicted. We would all
do well to remember that the basic
right to the presumption of innocence
applies to everyone, difficult though
it may be sometimes.
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Operation PAR Asks
Community for Help
On May 1, Operation PAR, the
largest substance abuse organization
in West Central Florida, kicked off
"Pennies for PAR", an awareness and
fund raising campaign. PAR's goal is
to collect one million pennies by June
30.
Budget cuts as well as lower than
usual donations are affecting the
non-profit, and the campaign hopes
to highlight the fact that even small
donations can help those in need of
services offered by the organization.
Proceeds will benefit Operation
PAR's services to children.
In order to meet its goal, Operation
PAR is asking for the community's
help. If you would like to make a
donation visit PAR's corporate offices
at 6655 66 Street N., Pinellas Park
or put a donation in canisters located
at businesses throughout Pinellas
County. If you business is interested
in helping, canisters can be obtained
by calling 545-7564, ext. 228.

SPB Meeting Decorum
Resolution Tabled
Citing a need to consolidate three
existing resolutions passed in
2006 & 2008, the St. Pete Beach
commissioners voted on Tuesday to
revise and review at a later date the
existing wording of a new resolution,
designed to curtail bad behavior from
the audience at city board meetings.
Spearheaded by Vice Mayor Al
Halpern, the resolution was drawn
up last year by the city's attorney,
"to maintain order and ensure
public deliberations and actions are
conducted in an atmosphere free
of hostility". Mayor Mike Finnerty
opined Tuesday that the proposal
is "a waste of time" and "too rigid".
City Attorney Mike Davis and
some commissioners felt changes
are required for clarity's sake to
various items within the proposal.
No timetable was given for the
presentation of these changes.








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Excerpts heard at the May 26, 2009

St. Pete Beach city Commission meeting


Public Comment


& Council Quotes

"This feels like a telethon."- St. Pete Beach commissioner Jim Parent,
as residents stepped forward Tuesday to pledge funds towards the city's
Fourth of July fireworks.

"Would you want to live under these circumstances? If so, I've got a
house to sell."- Pass-A-Grille resident Dr. Gary Leff, describing alleged
infractions of noise, etc, occurring at the nearby St. Petersburg Yacht
Club.

"If we don't have the fireworks, they (tourists) won't come back next
year."- St. Pete Beach commissioner Bev Garnett, during debate on city
funding for this year's display.





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L egahzmg drugs Yes or no or
maybe? I just read that presi-
dent Obama, a former drug
user, opposes legahzmg m ajuana
However, his justice department an-
nounced that it would not mterfere
with San Franciscois medical man-
juana program unless it violated
both federal and state laws So, kmd
of a "yes" and "no" anwer from the
new admnaistraton At the same
time, there's a movement to legalize
maumana for medical opposes, of
corse nationwide
In the meantime, m Mexco a real
hve shootmg drug war is underway
Ifs leakg oer the border, too Of
course, we have or own real, hve,
drug wars in major and not-so major
cities (thnk St Pete), and most of
our local cnme is dr~g-related The
war on d s has raged for years and
still drugs dule
So, should we legahze, regulate, and
control them all, or just man uanam
The "yeas" say that regulatmg them
will take the rime out of the drug
trade Better yet government can tax
drugs As for creatmgjobs, there's no
question it will What better timing
than now? The nayss" say it will en-
courage drug use and that someone
wldl always try to slrt the controls
And, would so-called soft and hard
drugs be legal m some context? Or,
are we just talkmg man uanam
Yes or no, Im for a refreshing de-
bate The big push now is for legal-
Iang manluana, but you cant talk
about one without the others) For
stance, what about other soft and
hard dgs( I'm not certam winch is
winch) such as magic mushrooms,
ecstacy, GHB, LSD, peyote, absmthe,
methamphetamine, herom, cocame,
or prescnption drugs such as ocycon-
done, oxycontm, Fentanyl, Xanax,


Valnu, Vlcodin, or Peirocet 9 Do we
allow these to be used, and, if so, m
what strengths, and what frequency
and under whose contml?
If you legalize only mujauana, what
about the hazards of smokmg9 Why
do you get to use your soft drug and I
don't9 Would anythmg really change9
Presumably, people under 21 or 18
wouldn't be permitted to partake
How would we handle usage by those
younger? And, would usage go or up
down? Would free treatment centers
be set up9 Would law suits be allowed
a la smoking
All mterestmg questions Zunch,
Swirtzerlmand experiented mrth its
so-called "needle park where drugs
were allowed, food and shelter and
health care provided free When I
was there m the 1990s there was a
death a week in the park (some from
violence) and kids were flockmg there
from Europe Tounsts were discour-
aged from going near the park They
dropped the experiment later
In Holland, manjuana and mush-
room s are legal and manluana toler-
ated and regulated However, restnic-
tlons on use are growing Psychotic
episodes and deaths were hnked to
mushrooms And, while cnme is
not generally associated with usage
their, regulation, treatment, and en-
focement amounts to 75 per cent of
its pubhc expenditures on drug edu-
cation and programs In addition the
contmnal mcrease in strength (three
or four times the 1960s) of the THC
whnch is the mam mgredient has
drawn concern
Then there's the prostitution issue
It's legal there also and I can provide
the same arguments for legahzmg
prostitution that there are for legal-
znmg gambhng Should we be talking
about that also9


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to Elect Officers
Election of officers for Gulfport
Little League will be held on the
third Saturday in June at 2 pm
Anyone who wishes to vote will need
to purchase a $1 membership card
before May 31 and have it wth them
at the elections in order to vote This
is a very important time for the
Leagueand thecommnty's support
is needed in order to estabhsh the
officers of Gulfport Little League
Help them to continue makmg
GPLL the best place for a child to
lean and play the sport of baseball
and softball For membership cards
contact Dawn Johnson, (Presdent)
at 727-710-2676 or Tern (Secretary)
at 687-8348

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Start at yourconvemence Fit class,
come at 7 pm to register Begn
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June classes include "PllotmgYour
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Cost is $36 for 13 weeks and mcludes
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Super Senior Trolley
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The Gulfport/St Pete Beach
Connector Trolley now has Super
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The Packs are $10 and contam 12
special tokens only available for
use by those over the age of 55
You will have to show your I D to
pmchase and use the tokens These
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The St Pete Beach Famly Aquatic
Center offers youth ages 10 and
up a chance to get a head start on
hfeguardmg The Jumor Guard
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usmg video mstlrctlon, discussion
and skill practice to teach students
first ad, CPR and water safety
After completion of the program,
candidates may be ehgoble for
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State Required Safe
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Do not become a victim, statistic or
the subject of a search and rescue Be
prepared for unforeseen, challenging
and potentially dangerous events on
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Always have plenty of fuel and
remember the 1/3rd Rule Use
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Star out with a charged battery
and back-up when possible
Always file a Float Plan with
someone who cares and cancel it
when you get back
Do not go out mbadweather orwhen
it is threatemng Keep a weather eye
and go home before you need to do
Always have the reqmred US
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USCG approved ife jackets for each
passenger that fit properly and wear
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watch for other boats, crab traps,
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Always carry sufficient water/
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What Steps are Involved
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3. Appointing the Personal Rep-
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The court authorizes a Personal
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deceased's estate. A Personal Repre-
sentative, also called an executor/
executrix, assumes the responsibility
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this document to a bank officer, for
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resentative should be a trusted fam-
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act to carry out the wishes of the de-
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A person who decides that he/
she does not want to be a Personal
Representative can decline the ap-
pointment. A back-up, or successor,
Personal Representative is then ap-
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Representative feels that the job in-
volves more effort than one person
can handle, the Court may appoint a
co-Personal Representative.
4. Informing the Affected Par-
ties
The Personal Representative is re-
sponsible for formal notification and
the publishing of public notices in
newspapers to inform potential heirs
and creditors about the probate pro-
ceeding. After giving notice, waiting
periods follow. Creditors, heirs, and
others can file their claims against
the estate during these periods of
time.
by: Robert J. Myers, Esquire
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of Maney & Gordon, P.A., located at
1135 Pasadena Ave. So., Ste. 140, St.
Petersburg, FL. The telephone number
is 727-347-5131. Mr. Myers welcomes
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Symptoms of heatstroke include
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or her into the shade immediately
and call a veterinarian. Lower the
dog's body temperature by providing
water to drink, applying a cold towel
to the head and chest, or immersing
the dog in tepid (not cold) water.
PETA (People for the Ethical Treat-
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Don't carry your dog in the bed of
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is always dangerous, heat brings the
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Don't take your dog jogging, except
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