Title: Gabber
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00089435/00097
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Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann,
George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport Fla
Publication Date: July 16, 2009
Copyright Date: 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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Volume ID: VID00097
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this week...

School Year Child
Care Registration
see page 3

FEMA Informational
see page 2

Summer One Acts
see page 5

Tentative Millage
Rate Clarification
see page 6

Rec Center Art
see page 8

Chamber Collecting
School Supplies
see page 12

Kitten And Puppy
Donations Needed
see page 18

Donate Old Cell
Phones For Seniors
see page 25

Water Quality Report
see page 27

Take Your Gabber
On Vacation
see page 33


since 19681

Bugs, Mosh Pits and

Manners, Oh My!

By Leign ulltton
Three year old Carina Guiffre becomes a lady bug at
the Jungle Boogie Day camp at Boyd Hill. Her mother
Jennifer says Carina was nervous at first, but now can't
wait to get there in the morning.
See Story, page 39

Gulfport's Got Soul!
By Leigh Clifton
Gulfport got a healthy dash of soul
Friday night as the Summer Concert
Series on the Point and the Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce hosted Solid
Core, a funky, upbeat dance band that
got the crowd clapping and dancing
from the first notes.
Although the 300 plus crowd wasn't
as big as the June concert, they were
every bit as happy and enthusiastic as
lead singer Jay Stephens jumped off
stage, singing, gyrating and pulling
people up out of their chairs to dance.
Playing a great mix of disco, classics
and funk, Solid Core had the crowd
forgetting all about any potential rain
See Concert, page 32


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Gulfport Hires Minkoff
As Interim Attorney
By Cathy Salustri
For the next three months Gulfport resi-
dent Tom Minkoff will act as the interim
city attorney. In a special council meeting
Friday afternoon, council voted 3-2 to hire
hire Minkoff for 90 days, give the Gulfport
attorney of 19 years, Tim Driscoll, two
months severance, and hire an outside
firm to help write a job description for and
find a full-time attorney.
Councilman Sam Henderson, who made
the motion, said he wanted to make it
contingent on Driscoll, as current attor-
ney, reviewing the video of the meeting to
make sure the city stayed within its legal
rights. Henderson also praised Driscoll
for his conduct while "under fire" at last
Tuesday's special council meeting where
council discussed the attorney's position.
The Tallahassee-based consulting firm
Governance will help the city write a
job description for a full-time attorney.
According to Mayor Mike Yakes, Gover-
nance will charge no more than $10,000
to help Gulfport start its search for a full-
time attorney.
See Attorney, page 30

Solid Core lead singer Jay Stephens jumped off the stage
and grabbed Agnes Mbano and pulled her out to dance.
Afterwards she said, "that was so much fun. I have to bring
my family, it's very family oriented and I really like that!"


Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

Register for School Year
Child Care Program
Registrations for the 2009-2010
School Year Child Care Program
will begin on July 27th for children
who will be entering Kindergarten
thru age 14. Non-refundable annual
registration fee is $15 for residents
and $100 for non-residents. Monthly
fees are $133 for residents and $266
for non-residents. Program hours
are until 5:30 p.m. with extended
hours available until 6 p.m. for an
extra charge. Hours of registration
are Monday-Friday from 9-5 p.m.
Any further questions please call

Volunteer at Family and
Homeless Shelter
The Salvation Army is seeking
volunteers who can help assemble
new beds and bed frames at its
Family and Homeless Shelter
located at 310 14 Avenue S. in St.
Petersburg. On July 14 from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. volunteers will be
assembling the new metal bed

frames and beds for the residents
of the shelter. All work will be done
indoors and refreshments will be
provided. For more information or
to schedule a time to help please
contact the Community Relations
Coordinator, Gail Stark at (727)
550-8080 ext. 332 or by email at Gail

Help for Addiction
Problems with drug or alcohol ad-
diction in a loved one? Don't know
whom to turn to for help? Contact
Drug Rehab Resource for a free con-
fidential consultation to find the help
you need. Call today 1-866-649-1594
or find out more at www.drugreha-
bresource.net. Don't wait.

Gabber July 16 July 22, 2009

1419 49th Street South,
Gulfport, FL 33707
(727) 321-6965
(fax) 327-7830
9-5 Mon Wed, 9-2 Fri
Closed Thursday
Publishers / Editors
Ken & Deb Reichart
Anne Rush, Gina Forgetta,
Jeffrey White, Michael Klatka
Customer Service / Sales
Gina Forgetta, Mary Baumgartner
Contributing Writers
Sibylle Stajich, Cathy Salustri,
Gina Forgetta, Anne Rush,
Leigh Clifton
Chris Campas Deliveries
Gulfport, South Pasadena,
Azalea, Grand Central District,
Northwest St. Petersburg, Tyrone,
Kenwood, Central Oak Park,
Southwest St. Petersburg, Maximo,
Tierra Verde, St. Pete Beach,
Pass-A-Grille, Treasure Island,
Madeira Beach, Pinellas Point
Florida Press Association
Inland Press Association
Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
Circulation 13,000
Editorial Copy Monday Noon
Display Advertising Tuesday 5 pm
if proof is required Monday Noon
Classified Advertising Tuesday 5pm

The views and opinions expressed in this publication are not
necessarily those of the Publishers, advertisers or employees
of the Gabber.
The Gabber is not liable for any errors in advertising beyond
the cost of the first printing of any advertisement.
Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers.

2009-2010 Tot
Time Program
GULFPORT: Pre-registration for
the 2009-2010 Tot Time Program
will begin July 1st. Hours for pre-
registration are from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Monday-Friday. A non-refundable
annual registration fee of $15 for
residents and $100 for non-residents
is required to secure a spot. Proof of
residency is required for Gulfport
residents. The Tot Time Program is
a pre-school, hands-on program for
children ages 3-5. The program aims
to make learning fun for children and
helps prepare them for Kindergarten.
Two, three and five-day monthly
options are available. Program hours
are from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Classes
begin September 8, 2009. Call
893-1068 for more information.

FEMA Informational
GULFPORT: FEMA will be hosting
an informational meeting on Monday,
July 20th at 6:30 p.m. at the Gulfport
Casino Ballroom at 5500 Shore Blvd.
S. Special speaker, Bob Durrin

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Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

from FEMA, will be discussing the
National Flood Insurance Program
(NFIP), and the requirements.
Flooding and flood-related issues
will also be covered. Subjects will
also include the Community Rating
System program in which the City
participates in beyond the NFIP
minimum requirements. In doing so,
the City residents who own property
within the designated 100-year
floodplain and have a flood insurance
policy, receive a 15% discount off
their flood insurance premium.
This meeting is open to the public
and would be valuable information to
anyone who pays for flood insurance.

SPC Jazz Band Concert
On July 21 at 7:30 p.m., the St.
Petersburg College Jazz Band will
perform big band style music in the
St. Petersburg Gibbs campus Music
Center, 6605 Fifth Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg. The band, which
consists of 15 students of all ages and
backgrounds, will perform a variety
of musical numbers by jazz legends
Neal Hefti, Count Basie and Duke
Ellington. Free.

Gulfport Community Players' 9th Annual

Summer One Acts
Nne original plays written by
playwrights from Gulfport and the
surrounding area.
Buying Back Brooklyn/ Tinamaie Hansen
Early Morning Breakfast/Dick Budin
Family Affairs/Ga~i Kltz
I'll Respect You in the Morning/ Vic Carr
Justice Now/David Smith
L'Amour, L'Amour/Bob Meyers
The Check is in the Mail/ Vie Carr
The Piano Lesson/Ga/land Kiltz
The Trip/ Vic Carr
A scene from 2008's 'Sorry for tbe Inconvenience" by
Tinamerie lHnsen of Gulfport. l 1

Thurs=Fri Sat 8PM, Sunday 2PM
Catherine Hickman Theater of Gulfport
Tickets $15 available at Eileen's Resale Boutique, Gulfport Casino,
Gulfport Chamber of Commerce or reserve by telephone 322-0316.
Gabber July 16 July 22, 2009 5

Gulfport Marina
District Block Party
The Gulfport Marina District will
have a Neighborhood Watch Block
Party on Saturday, July 18 from 9-11
a.m. at 2744 45 Street S. on the cul-
de-sac. Sgt. Josh Stone of the Gulfport
Police Department will provide
information about the Crime Watch
Program and answer questions. Meet
your neighbors and find out how to
prevent a repeat of the recent crime
incidents in our neighborhood.
A pot luck brunch is planned. Bring
food to share if you wish, or just come.
They'll have some chairs but you may
want to bring your own. For more
information about the block party,
call Dave at 744-9039 or Nancy at
560-1527. For general information
about the Crime Watch Program, call
Crime Watch Coordinator Jeri Reed
at 327-3509.

Eagle Riders Poker Run
to Benefit Help-A-Child
Eagle Riders-District 12 will be
hosting their 2nd Annual Poker
Run Benefit for Help-A-Child on

Saturday, July 25th. This is a benefit
for child abuse and will be in memory
of Sarah Lunde.
The Poker Run will start and end at
the Seminole Eagles #4147 located at
6987 54 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg,
546-4758. Breakfast will begin at 9
a.m. Bikes/auto will be out by 11:30
a.m. Cost is $15/$20 which will
include the BBQ dinner at the end
of the event. There will be 50/50's-
Bottle Raffles. Prizes will given for
Best Hand, 2nd Best and Worst
Hand. BBQ will be from 3:30-7 p.m.
featuring chicken or rib dinner for
$8. There will also be raffles, bingo,
live/silent auction. Live music by
"Big Fish" will start at 7 p.m.
All bikers and motor vehicles
welcome. For further information call
Linda at 579-3900 or send email too
Eagleridersl2@aol.com. All proceeds
will go directly to Help-A-Child
located in Pinellas Park.

Learn to Read Better
The Literacy Council of
St. Petersburg can help. Call
521-1117 or visit stpetereads.com.

Tentative Millage
Rate Clarification
Last week The Gabber report-
ed that Gulfport city council set
a tentative millage rate of 3.855.
This confused some readers,
who wrote and said that council-
man Sam Henderson's comment
that for over two decades the city
has had a millage rate well over 4
mills was incorrect because the
tax rate was under 3.5 mills.
To clarify: all these numbers dis-
cussed refer to the tentative mill-
age rate rather than the actual
tax rate landowners pay the city.
A tentative millage rate is a start-
ing point for the city as it cre-
ates its budget. As stated in last
week's article, once city council
sets a tentative millage rate the
city may lower the rate but it can-
not raise it.
Last year's tentative millage
rate was just under 4 mills, and
the tentative millage rate for 2007
was 4.3 mills.

Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

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Gabber July 76- July 22, 2009


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Tour Barbara
Gilberg Habitat
By Natalie Leggette
Join me for a tour of the park on
July 21 at 1 p.m. and learn how
to trim trees properly. Please use
a certified arborist for any large
tree trimming jobs. Remember any
uninsured people working on your
property who get hurt will fall under
your homeowners insurance.
Anyone who has a
group can contact me at

384-0701 to tour the park. Please
remember no dogs are allowed in this
park due to the birds feeding on the
ground. Barbara Gilberg Habitat is
located at 1600 Pasadena Avenue.

Sizzling Summer Fun
Looking to do something fulfilling
and also fun this summer? Join our
writing workshop every Saturday
beginning at 1 p.m. at the St. Pete
Library West Branch-Gibbs Campus,
68th St. N. and 9th Ave. Meet

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Study participants may receive:
Investigational medication
Study related physical exams
Compensationfor time and travel up to $1,250

Neil T. Feldman, M.D. Medical Director
Call the Clinical Research Group of St. Petersburg, Inc.

at 1-800-242-3244 or 727-360-0853
2525 Pasadena Ave. So., Ste. S, SL Petersburg, FL 33707

interesting people who like to write
and share reading it. Write your life
story for your family. Finish that book
you started a long time ago. Learn
how to get published or write articles
for money. Call Rosiland Miller at
381-1030 for information.

Flag Football
For All Ages
The Pinellas Athetic Leagues
inaugural season will be this October
beginning with flag football. We ae
looking for athletes who reside in and
will be representing the following
towns; (North Teams) Clearwater-
West, Clearwater-East, Palm
Harbor, Tarpon Springs, Bellair,
Dunedin, North Beaches, Indian
Rocks Beach, (South Teams) S-t.
Petersburg-West, St. Petersburg-
East, Pinellas Park, Seminole,
Largo, Gulfport, South Beaches,
St. Pete Beach. There are eight
age groups which are: 8-10, 11-12,
13-14, 15-17, 18-24, 25-34, 35-44,
45+. Registration is now open visit
us at www.pinellasjocks.com.

New Art Class at
Recreation Center
Touch base with your inner artist.
Fun, relaxing, and informative.
Learn oriental ink brush-SUMYIE-
training from a Grandmaster.
Classes will be held on Wednesdays
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and the cost
is $10 per class. Please contact
Professor Mike McGann at 727-320-
5035 for more information and to be
added to the interested list. Class
start date TBA.

Senior Sale
30% Off
r Friday's in July
S uality resale men & womens clothes,
4 housewares, books, decorative
Sites all at rock bottom prices.
S Proceeds support services
CIO for people with mental illness.
Ju t 2146 9th Ave. N.
or tor (across from Ed White Hospital)
I1am 5pm Tues. thru Sat.
Item Donations Welcome
Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

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Stroke Series II

Emergency Preparedness

What's in your pantry?
Nancy Thomas, MS, RD, LD/N
Registered Dietitian
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
12 Noon
A light lunch will be served.
Program begins at 12:30
Palms of Pasadena Professional Building
Boca Ciega Room

Call for reservations 1-800-667-4576. Space is limited.

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Gabber July 16 July 22, 2009

Places of Worship

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

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 11iam 7pm (same topic)
4A 6315 Central Ave.
Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"

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Our Savior Lutheran Church
and School
Pastor Paul Burtzlaff
301 58th St. South

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

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

Audition for Talent Show
The Angel Outreach Committee
of Pasadena Community Church
is proud to announce their First
Annual "You Gots Talent" Talent
Show and Fundraiser on August 8 at
7 p.m. The committee is searching
for talent in our community to
participate in the show. There are
no age limits. Children, youth and
adults are encouraged to perform.
Groups may participate as well.
Proceeds will benefit needy families
in the community. Auditions are
being held July 19th. Applications
are available by emailing vickie@
thachercpa.com or by calling Vickie
at 403-8640 or Barbara at 381-2499
ext. 214. Space is limited, so please
get your applications in early.

Unitarian Universalist
United Fellowship
5721 Central Ave.
We are a lay led Fellowship guided by truth,
reason and tolerance. We invite you to
discover Unitarian Universalism with us.
Discussion 10:15 AM
Program 11:00 AM

First United Methodist
Church of Gulfport

Child Care Sunday Mornings
both Sun. morn Sunday School 9:15a
& Wed. Evening Traditional Serv. 10:30a
Fellowship for all 11:30a
Dinner 6:00p
P- ^ l^ IFaith Plugged in
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Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

Join Us For
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II
Our Thrift Store is open
Saturdays 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


Join us this Sunday!

Slaying the Giants: Chronic Illness

9:00 am Direct Connection Contemporary Service
with 5gn Languge Interpre tation
11:00 am Traditional Service
10:00 am Classes for All Ages

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Monday, July 20th
Dinner: 4:30 pm
Seminar: 5:00 pm

Boca Ciega Room
Palms of Pasadena Hospital
in the Professional Building
1609 Pasadena Avenue South

Laser Assisted Total Knee
Arthroplasty Replacement (LATKA)
A new method of surgical guidance
and navigation, using lights and
beams to help surgeons
align instruments in joint
replacement surgery.

To reserve your place, please call the Palms Call Center at

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Gabber July 16- July 22, 2009


Chamber Seeks to
Lend a Helping Hand
The Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
office located in the Bank of America
Building at 2808 58 Street will now
take donations of school supplies and
non-perishable goods to assist local
residents in need. These donations
will be distributed to the appropriate
Gulfport entities to make sure they
are used to benefit our neighbors.
More information onprograms aimed
at helping students and families

in need will be forthcoming. Please
drop off items at the Chamber office
between 9 a.m.-4p.m. weekdays. For
more information call 344-3711.

The Garden Club
of St. Petersburg
The Garden Club of St. Petersburg
will hold a Coffee & Garden Crafts
Workshop on Monday, July 20 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 "Pressed Flowers Glass Wall
Art". If you have any pressed flowers
at home, please bring them. Some
pressed flowers will be supplied.
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 Betty Martin at

Bipolar Support Group
A Bipolar Support Group meets
every Thursday night at 6:30 p.m.
at Suncoast Community Mental
Health, 4024 Central Avenue in
St. Petersburg. All are welcome.
Free admission. Call 564-6561 with

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with an extended show
Saturday July 18, 1 1pnm.
Country Line Dancing
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Also appearing, for 2 shows, at 10pm and 11:30
The Female Illusions of Bobby York & Aspen Love

Coming Fri. July 24: Judy B. Goode 7 9 pm
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News from
VFW Post 39
By Stacy McBeth
Hello and a good week to all of you
from everyone at VFW Post #39
located at 2599 Central Avenue. We
have some terrific activities planned
for all. Saturday, July 25 is a very
busy day. The blood drive will be
from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. Brunch will
also be served from 10 till 2. Brunch
is free for blood donors. Mixed Nuts
willmeet at Feola's at 1 p.m. The
Saturday movie starts at 2 p.m.
Sunday come play bar bingo starting
at 3 p.m.
The 4th of July we held the
annual Haircuts for Hospice and
All Children's Hospital. We raised
$400. We have several upcoming
events. July 24th is the Disco party.
September 5th the Ladies Auxiliary
will host a $1.39 chicken dinner.
October 10th will be the Ladies
Auxiliary Meet and Greet function.
We are now collected school supplies.
If you would like to help you can drop
items off at the Post. The Post is open
every day except Monday.
Stop by when you can. We'll save a
seat for you!

Low-Cost or Free
If you are a woman 40-64 years of
age of low income without health
insurance living in Pinellas County
you may be eligible for a free or low
cost Mammogram. For additional
information please call 820-4117.
The guidelines and eligibility
requirements will be provided to you
at that time.


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Rudy Danker, Gulfport: "I think Governor Palin quit because it was what was best
for her family and Alaska. I don't think she'll run for President, however, because I
think she'll be immersed in other things. I don't think she'll ever make it to the White
House. But I do think that she'll always be active politically. Her main reason could
be family. I also heard that she got a great book deal. She might get her own TV show
and be a commentator. I think she's more in it for the money more than anything."

S Clarice Ziegler, Gulfport: "I think she quit for political reasons and family prob-
4HB lems. She got a lot of bad publicity for the illegitimate grandchild and then after
when her daughter and the baby's father broke up. I don't think she'll try and run for
President; I just don't see her getting elected, because of her lack of intellect. She just
doesn't have what it takes. She only wanted to write a book so she could make money;
I just have never liked her. She likes the spotlight too much, she goes wherever it is.
Right after she had her baby with Down's syndrome, she left and started campaign-
ing, when she should have stayed home. That was the time she should have been
bonding with that baby. I don't respect her for that. She's also just too quirky for my
taste. She just shows that she cuts and runs when the going gets tough."

Mary Jane Sachela, So. Pasadena: "I think what her daughter's former boyfriend
says is right, that she wanted to quit to make more money. I can see her as a public
speaker or as a commentator for Fox News. I hope she doesn't want to run for Presi-
* H dent though. I think she's a very nice person, but doesn't have the intellect for politics.
I thought her stepping down from Governor was a cop-out, it was her first term! If you
can't finish your first term, how could you have the credibility to run for President? I
S personally hope that she stays away from public office; she can do anything she wants,
but if she makes a run at the White House, I may have to move to Costa Rica!"

Al Whitaker, Gulfport: "Political ambition makes you and your family live out in
the open, it makes you a target. After the much publicized fight with David Letter-
man, she whined about how she got picked on and how people were always attacking
her about her manner and intelligence. What did she think was going to happen? To
quit in the middle of her first term because people talked bad about her and her fam-
ily? If you can't finish a year of being a Governor, then I think she should give up all
aspirations for any future political office. What will she do; if she gets to the White
House, which I doubt very much, will she decide after a year that it was fun to be
President but now I'm done? America doesn't vote for losers and quitters. I think she
wants to be President; why do you think she was in New York City at a $1000.00 a
plate fundraiser at the same time Dave Letterman made those jokes about her? She's
just trying to keep her name out there for public recognition for the next two years.
Unfortunately, I think she WILL run, but I don't think she has a chance. She'll just
keep following the limelight. I think she saw Mark Sanford of S. Carolina's downfall
as an opportunity for her to run maybe. Bottom line is she quit and if she tries to run
for President, then I think her aspirations far exceed her intellect."

Gabber July 16- July 22, 2009


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Watch out for
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Dear Editor: Earlier this week, my
wife took Callie, our son's Border Col-
lie/Retriever, for an early-afternoon
walk in Wood Ibis Park. I take Callie
out each morning. She's a fairly "reg-
ular" dog. She does her business in
the morning and occasionally in the
evening. So my wife was surprised
when Callie squatted and relieved
herself in the afternoon. Not expect-
ing that sort of action from Callie, my
wife had no bag. So she walked to
the bag station near the 27th Avenue
entrance to the park to retrieve one.
As she walked towards the bag sta-
tion, Callie pulled to indicate some-
one's approach. My wife moved to
the side, noticing what appeared to
be a jogger coming from behind.
A middle-aged man came quickly
towards her with a bare hand full
of dog poop. He initially had it out
in front of him, palm up, but as he
approached he moved his hand into
what appeared to be a throwing po-
sition and yelled "You forgot some-
thing!" She tried to tell the man
she was going to retrieve a bag and
he yelled "You're a liar." She simply
could not calm the man as he contin-
ued in his threatening behavior by
circling her, shouting and waving his
hand full of dog poop.
Shortly thereafter, I learned of the
incident and approached the man's
backyard on my bicycle. I observed
the man described by my wife and
said, "Excuse me. I understand you

had a disagreement with my wife."
He came over, clearly angry and
stated if I could be quiet for a min-
ute and listen he would tell me what
happened. He then explained that
someone had let their dog loose in the
park and it had pooped on his lawn.
He had called the police and they
came and gave the man a ticket for
his dog trespassing. (Not sure what
that had to do with me.) He went on
to say he saw my wife walk away
after her dog pooped in the park so
he picked it up to take it to her. He
added "she said she was going to get
a bag, but I think she's a liar." I ad-
vised the man never to go anywhere
near my wife again and went home to
call the Gulfport Police.
A Gulfport Officer responded and
was advised of the incident. I told
him, in my opinion, an assault had
occurred. He did not agree and said
no crime had occurred.
To constitute an assault you must
also have the apparent ability to com-
mit that violence and create a well
founded fear in the other person. My
wife thought she was about to have
dog poop thrown on her.
The officer subsequently visited the
man and thereafter called my wife to
tell her that he said he should have
waited to see if she was going to get
a bag.
People walking their dogs in the
park should certainly pick up their
dogs' poop. And, if your walking your
dog and run into the Gulfport Poop
Policeman, make sure you have your
poop bag ready and, for your health's
sake, don't shake his hand.
Robert Cromwell

Bias or Journalism?
Dear Editor: I've been reading
your paper for years, and as of today
I may be finished with your periodical
for good. Why would I abandon my

Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

Letters to the Editor
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Letters must be typed in upper and lower case on plain white paper or emailed to
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All letters are printed and edited for length and content at the discretion of
the editors.
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The views and opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily rep-
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once-beloved local rag? The answer
is increasingly poor journalism. The
culprit? Cathy Salustri, and manage-
ment for not holding her to a passable
Ms. Salustri is at best a mediocre
writer (as evidenced by her ever more
tedious and grammatically heinous
Hard Candy column), but is undoubt-
edly a mockery of credible journalism.
She is truly the queen of misquotes
and unfacts. In the past year I have
spoken with police officers, board
members and council representatives
who have cited at least one instance of
being misquoted by Ms. Salustri. Her
coverage of city events and city gov-
ernment is irrelevant and incorrect at
best. Further, Ms. Salustri seems to
have her own agenda in reporting on
issues affecting our city, and liberally
applies her own spin to local current
events. She treats reporting like a
Bill Northrop opinion piece. I don't
believe Ms. Salustri can differenti-
ate an editorial column from factual
How does the Gabber justify retaining
such a person week in and week out?
Is this the best you have to offer the
community? Our community deserves
unbiased, accurate and relevant cov-
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penings. Find a new reporter if you
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Joint Ownership,
A Will or a Trust
Andy, a widower with four children,
had most of his available cash invest-
ed into four Certificates of Deposit.
The teller at the bank told Andy that
if he would hold each C/D in a trust
for each of his children, there would
be no probate on Andy's death and
each child would then automatically
become the owner of one C/D. What
the bank teller advised Andy was
true, but Andy was probably not told
the whole story.
If Andy was to hold one C/D in trust
for each of his children, whose money
would be used ifAndy required expen-
sive surgery, twenty-four hour home

care or care in a nursing home?
Under such circumstances, what had
been planned as an equal distribu-
tion on death would substantially de-
crease the inheritance of one or more
of his children because money would
be spent for Andy's care. In addition,
if each of Andy's C/D's were held in
trust for one of his children, another
problem would arise if Andy became
incapacitated. No one would have
access to Andy's money and then it
would be necessary to have the Court
appoint a guardian for Andy. Even
though the guardian could be one of
Andy's children, this could create a
needless expense and a great incon-
At the very least, Andy should have
a Will which states that whatever
money is left in Andy's estate after
the costs of his daily living, lifetime
care and final expenses have been
paid will be distributed to his chil-
dren equally, if that is Andy's wishes.
This Will, of course, would require a
probate on Andy's death but Andy

would have been provided for during
his lifetime.
A much better way of handling
Andy's estate, however, would be for
Andy to create a Living Trust. He
could then place all of his assets into
the trust by transferring the title to
his assets from his individual name
into his name as Trustee of his trust.
Andy would then retain full control
of his assets while he is competent,
or chooses to have such control, but
upon his incapacity the successor
trustee that he names in the trust
(this may be one or more of his chil-
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of receipts and disbursements. The
trust will do the following things for
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and provide for immediate distribu-
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to manage his own finances.
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Beta Sigma Phi
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will meet for a ways and means
meeting on Wednesday, July 22, at
7 p.m. at the home of Elaine Penner.
Members will be painting ceramic
Christmas mice ornaments. This
is the last issue of the mice as this
has been their project for the past 30
years. The ornaments are sold for $3
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Ingram on Saturday, July 11. Those
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spaghetti and an antipasto. It was a
relaxing evening with friends and a
good meal.
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Organizational Meeting on Monday,
July 27 at 7 p.m. at Dixie Hollins High
School in the ROTC Room. Attending
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all the chapters and the chairman of
the standing committees. The plans
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phones, tests and charges the phones,
and then distributes them to seniors
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By Cathy Salustri
Each week the City of Gulfport tests the water quality
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tests. If, at any time, the tests show that the water qual-
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featuring the return of
Mark the Balloon Guy!!
Wednesday, July 22 @ 2:30 pm

Adventures in the Market: Amateur
investor Jim Joiner hosts this informal
meeting to share personal experiences
and helpful market strategies in these
uncertain times. Every Monday at 6:00
Gulfport Creative Short Story Writ-
ers: Every Wednesday at 10:00 am.
One-on-One Computer Instruction:

enter 5730 Shore
$266 for non-residents. Program hours
are until 5:30 p.m. with extended hours
available until 6 p.m. for an extra charge.
Hours of registration are Monday-Friday
from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Teen Night -Teens, ages middle school
to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m. Annual
reg. $2 res/$2 non-res.
Tot Time Program Preregistration-
Pre-registration for the 2009-2010 Tot
Time Program are currently being accept-
ed. Hours for pre-registration are from 9
a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. A non-re-
fundable annual registration fee of $15
for residents and $100 for non-residents
is required to secure a spot. Proof of resi-
dency is required for Gulfport residents.
The Tot Time Program is a pre-school,
hands-on program for children ages 3-5.
The program aims to make learning fun
for children and helps prepare them for
Kindergarten. Two, three and five-day
monthly options are available. Program
hours are from 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. Class-
es begin September 8, 2009. Call 893-
1068 for more information.
Basic Drawing -Wed., 6:00-8:00pm.
(July 29, Aug. 5 and Aug. 12). The fee is
$15 per class. Please call the instructor
Doug at 643-2554 with questions. You
will need to bring a pencil and paper to
Body Sculpt-Thurs. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Cost
is $5 per class. This class is a combina-
tion of aerobics and strength training
designed to get your heart rate into the
cardio zone. For more info call Billie at
Creative Writing-Fri., 6:30-8 p.m.
Learn how to put your creative thoughts

Library 5501 2

By appointment only--co
Hooks at the Reference D
Summer Coffee/Talk: Su
of monthly book discussions
der Pressure," continues wi
Tey's The Daughter of Tin
for coffee, light refreshmen
ly conversation. Pick up
guide and reserve a copy o0
the Reference Help Desk.
July 16 (coffee's ready at 1(
starts at 10:15).
Attention Coffee/Talker
er books-into-movies fans
showing Young and Innoc
motion picture based on a
Josephine Tey mystery (A
Candles), and directed by
of suspense and psycholog
himself-Alfred Hitchcock!
July 16, starting at 1:30 pn
NEW! The G & O Book Cl
sophical discussion group
works of early 20th century
Gurdjieff and philosopher P
sky. Saturday, July 18, 1:3

Blvd. So 893-1068
together and write them down. Meet oth-
ers with similar interests and exchange
ideas. Call Rosiland Miller at 381-1030
for more info
Dog Obedience-For more information
on upcoming classes, contact Lisa at 772-
Fencing- Wed., 5:30-6:30 p.m. for ages 8
and up are welcome. Cost is $5 per one-
hour session. Call Jim Campoli at 813-
855-3112 for more info.
Gymnastics Fri., 5:30-6:15 p.m. for
ages 5-12. Cost is $5 per class. Call Bar-
bara at 804-9400 for more info.
Karate-Mon. & Fri., 6:30-8 p.m. (Begin-
ners), advanced students stay until 8:30
p.m. Cost is $35 per month. For more in-
formation call Diane at 727-459-1399.
Noisemakers-Mon., 6-7 p.m. Children
ages 4-andup. Adults please contact Gabe
for information. Cost is $15 per class or
$105 for an 8-week session. Please call
Gabe at 345-7472 for more information
and to be placed on a list.
Tai Chi MOVED to the CASINO
Tues. & Thurs., 9-10:15 a.m.
Donations accepted. Call Marge at 345-
6708 for more info.
Tennis-Tues., 4:30-5p.m. (ages 6+), 5-6
p.m. (children 8-16) and adults from 6-7
p.m. at Chase Park, 28th Ave. & 53rd
Street So. Gulfport. Cost is $10 per ses-
sion. Private lessons available. Call Jack
at 430-0690 for more info.
Yoga-Thurs.-6:30-7:30 p.m. Blend
strength, flexibility, balance and relax-
ation. All fitness levels are welcome. Bring
a mat and water. $35 per month, $10 for
a drop in. Call Maureen at 381-2166 for
more info.

thAve. So. 893-1074

contact Alex Genealogy Discussion Group: This
)esk, or call is not a formal class, just an opportu-
nity to meet and share experiences and
immer series information with others interested in
s, "Grace Un- delving into their family history. Sat-
th Josephine urday, July 25, 1:00 pm. FMI, call Kay
ie. Join us Boatwright at the Library, 893-1074.
its, and live- Scrapbookers Club for Teens &
a discussion Adults: Bring your pictures, books and
f the book at questions, and prepare to have a great
Thursday, time! Make beautiful pages of memo-
):00 am, talk ries for yourself and your family. Some
supplies available, but you furnish your
s (and oth- own 12x12 scrapbook album. FMI, con-
s)-We'll be tact Kay Boatwright 893-1074. Satur-
cent, a 1937 day, August 8, 1:00 pm.
nother great Socrates Caf6: These monthly discus-
Shilling for sion groups were inspired by the book
that master The Six Questions of Socrates. Author
ical thrillers Christopher Phillips traveled the world
!Thursday, to lead informal groups, engaging peo-
i. ple in the manner of the ancient Greek
ub: A philo- philosopher, for whom "the questions
based on the are more important than the answers.
mystic G. I. Thursday, August 13 at 10:00 am.
. D. Ouspen- Suncoast Computer Users: Thurs-
0 pm day, August 13 at 6:00 pm.
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Senior Center 550 27th Ave. So. 893-123

Old Gulfport Postcards Needed-Do you
have any old postcards of Gulfport in good
condition that we could borrow for a future
project? We will scan them and return them
promptly. Call for more info.
December Sale-
The Senior Center is now collecting items
for an upscale sale/silent auction which will
be held on Sat. Dec. 5. If you have any items
you would like to donate, please contact the
Senior Center. Proceeds will benefit the
Senior Center Foundation.
English as a Second Language-An
English as a Second Language Class will
once again be offered at the Senior Center
if there is a need in the community. Please
let us know if you are interested so we can
plan accordingly.
Computer Classes-Are you interested
in computer classes? Let us know your
particular interests and we will try to
accommodate with one-on-one training
Senior Discount Trolley Tokens-The
Senior Center is now selling Senior 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. to purchase.
Websites of Special Interest
Movie of the Month-Mon. July 27 at
12:45pm, Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail
Ice Cream Social-Mark your calendar
now for our Ice Cream Social on Wed. Aug.
12 at 1pm. Entertainment included. Tickets
are $1.00 and one can of food for our Food
Pantry. Sponsor: Westminister Suncoast
Facts About Gambling. Fri. July 17 at
Heart Attack Symptom Differences
Between Men/Women, Mon. July 20 at
Safeguard our Seniors from Financial
Scams. Wed. July 29 at 1pm
Get Connected for Healthy Living
- 3 Part Series. Starts Thurs. Aug. 6 at
Managing Money in a Tight Economy.
Tues. Aug. 18 at 1pm by Consumer Credit
Counseling Service.
Bingo, every Fri. at 1pm
Contract Bridge, every Tues. & Thurs at
Canasta, Pinochle, & Beginning Duplicate
Bridge, every Wed. at 6:30
Gabber July 16- July 22, 2009

Mah Jongg, Mon. at 1pm
Wii Bowling, every Thurs. at 1pm
Chair Exercise with Phil every Tues. at
Bone Strengthening Exercise every
Wed. at ll:15am. Courtesy of Coventry
Health Care.
Fitness Center: Treadmills, Recumbent
Cycle, Easytone Exercise Chairs, 8am-4pm
Exercise Off Site:
Tai Chi every Tues & Thurs. at 9am
(Gulfport Casino)
Total Fitness every Mon & Wed. at 1:30pm
(Gulfport Neighborhood Center)
AARP Driver Safety Program-Every first
and second Tuesdays, 12:30-4:30pm. Fee:
$14 ($2 discount for AARP members). Must
attend both classes. Call (727) 343-9044 to
register or visit www.aarp.org/drive.
GEMS Door-to-Door Transportation-
Transportation for Gulfport seniors, 55
yrs. or over. Service provided Mon. thru
Fri. 8:30am-4pm. Annual membership:
$50. Rides: $1.00 each way. All rides to the
Senior Center are free. Call for more info.
Blood Pressure Screenings every Tues,
10:30-11:30am. Thanks to Egret Cove, Boca
Ciega Rehab, Ace Homecare, Alliance Care,
and ResCare Home Care for providing this
much appreciated service on a monthly
Phone Distribution for Hearing
Impaired Tues. July 21, 9:30-11:30am.
Call for more info on how to qualify.
Diabetic Education Classes-Diabetic
Educator Sandra Grosvenor offers free
diabetic education classes every 2nd and
4th Mon. at 10am. Learn how to manage/
cope with diabetes. Next classes: July 27 &
Aug. 10
Elder Law Clinic-Free legal assistance on
Fri. July 17 at 9:30am. Includes help with
wills, living wills, powers of attorney, health
care surrogate, etc. Must be 60 or over,
reside in Southern Pinellas County and
meet income guidelines. Call to register.
Health Insurance Questions?-Do you
have Medicare/Medicaid questions or
billing problems? Confused about Medicare
Part D? Call for 1:1 appointment. Courtesy
of SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs
of Elders).
Support Groups
Diabetic Support Group, every 1st, 3rd, &
5th Mon. at 10am
Support for Visually Impaired, 2nd & 4th
Mon. at 2pm
Support for Caregivers, Tues at 6pm; Wed.
at 2pm

Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-So7o
VitaLife Exercise Class-Monday &
Wednesday, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Overeaters Anonymous-Sunday,
6:30 p.m., www.oapinellas.org

5501 27th Ave. So.
Gulfport Community Players
Nine original plays written by
playwrights from Gulfport and the
surrounding area

July 16-19
Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.
Sun. Matinee 2 p.m.
Tickets $15. Available at Gulfport
Casino, Eileens Resale Boutique,
Beach Bazaar, Gulfport Chamber
or call 727-322-0316

5500 Shore Blvd. So.
Mario DeLeon's Band & Dance
Social & Ballrom Dancing
Sun., July 19, 6-10 p.m. $7
Tues., Ballroom Lessons
12-3 p.m. $7
12-1 p.m., Inter.-Bolero
1-2 p.m., Beg.-Fox Trot
2-3 p.m., General Dancing
7-8 p.m. Lesson
8-10 p.m. Dance, $15
6-8 p.m. Lesson
8-11 p.m. Dance, $7
7-8:30 p.m. Lessons
8:30-10 p.m. Dance, $7
click on Casino

Attorney, from front page

Vice-Mayor Bob Worthington ar-
gued stridently against hiring a con-
"Scott Maddux (of Governance)
is a wonderful group and all that,"
Worthington told Council, add-
ing: "They're in Tallahassee, not
in Gulfport. They really don't have
a clue as to what's going on in
Gulfport and what our needs are."
Worthington further suggested that
instead of spending $10,000 with
Governance the city put out a Re-
quest for Qualifications. A Request
for Qualifications, or RFQ, would so-
licit attorneys looking to work with
Judy Ryerson cast the other dis-
senting vote at the end of the meet-
ing. Ryerson suggested that Gulfport
hire a firm to search for a new attor-
ney but retaining Driscoll "to do the
day to day work," while keeping him
separate from the hiring process.
Driscoll, who asked to be excused
from attending the meeting, submit-

ted a separation agreement that stip-
ulated he would continue to perform
day-to-day work for the city as long
as the city needed him to do so while
it searched for a full-time attorney.
Worthington suggested looking at
PRM a law firm already working
with Gulfport on some issues. Ryer-
son said PRM functioned primarily
as insurance attorneys rather than
the sort of attorneys who could deal
with ordinances and charter issues.
Worthington also said that he wasn't
comfortable hiring Minkoff based on
a verbal proposal made at last week's
council meeting.
"I am not comfortable at all with
the verbal proposal we got from Mr.
Minkoff we got the other night. It's
rather expensive; $9,000 a month
plus expenses and what do the ex-
penses entail?' Worthington told
Henderson pointed out that Minkoff
offered the city the same rate as
Driscoll did to continue working for
the city. Ryerson said she thought
finding an attorney with the right ex-
perience mattered.

"An attorney is an attorney. A doc-
tor is a doctor. The question comes is
finding an attorney with municipal
experience or knowledge; that is the
key question. I like your suggestion
of having somebody from the outside
do this," Ryerson said.
"Hiring an attorney, even for three
months, that is an interim attorney
with no experience in municipal law,
I think is a crime to our citizens of
Gulfport. The resume that he put in
the other day showed lots of experi-
ences that he has and there are no
municipal experiences. He belongs
to two clubs that he pays a yearly
fee to belong to those two clubs that
deal with municipal government but
he has no practical municipal gov-
ernment (experience)," Worthington
Just before the vote, Worthington
said once more he felt the city was
making a mistake.
"I think we're going the wrong
thing," Worthington said "If this
isn't a railroad job, by God, I've nev-
er seen a railroad job."

Quotes From Friday's Special Meeting About Hiring an Attorney
"We need to deal with our interim situations. We have an interim city manager who's been asked to make
some very powerful suggestions and ideas and put forth the budget for this year. And he's got a lot to
deal with and he's under a lot of pressure because these people sitting right up here are the ones going
to decide whether he keeps his job or not. So what do you think he's going to say to anybody from up here
that goes in there and asks him a question, to go do something? You think he's going to say, no you can't
do that, that's against the law? I think he's in a very bad position right now and we need to go deal with
that before we deal with anything else."- Vice-Mayor Bob Worthington

"I would not want to see our new slogan say: the interim city by the bay'," Mark Epstein
"There's just so many delicate things hanging in the fire right now. I really hate to suddenly change.
We're in the middle of the...charter review. We need an attorney to attend those meetings. Right now
they're in danger of missing their deadlines because they can't get legal opinions until we make a move.
We're in the middle of annexation and everything else. We need somebody we can call who has experience
and knowledge today."- Councilwoman Judy Ryerson

"I believe what you're proposed is a workable plan. I have a couple of concerns. Hiring a firm to look for
a full time attorney is probably the only way we can do this anyway." Councilwoman Michele King about
Mayor Mike Yakes' proposal to hire a consultant to look for a full-time employee, give current attorney Tim Driscoll
a severance package, and hire Gulfport resident Tom Minkoff as the interim attorney

"I'd really like to know how that transpired." -Vice-Mayor Bob Worthington, questioning why Tom Minkoff
showed up at last week's special council meeting and presented his resume and applied for the position of interim
city attorney during the public session.

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Concert, from front page
(which never did happen) and all
about swaying to the music. Lead
singer Jay Stephens jumped offstage
and ran into the crowd, grabbing la-
dies to dance.
In addition to the Budweiser beer
and wine truck, the Chamber also
offered fresh grilled hotdogs for two
bucks; a welcome addition that many
in the crowd were very happy about.
Chef Dave and Tim Coppola were
mostly in charge of the grill and the
Gulfport Little League kids helped
out at the booth. They sold over 120
hotdogs during the concert and put
some much needed money into the
coffers. Some of the money raised
goes to Gulfport Little League and
some goes to the Senior Center Food
Pantry, which, according to Cham-
ber President Lori Rosso, has been
quite empty lately. But Rosso was
very happy to tell the crowd that she
had just received a $250.00 donation
from the local law office of Deeb and
Elder, which will go directly to the
senior's food pantry.
"We're so happy with the atten-
dance the Concert is getting," Rosso
said. "We really wanted to put on an
event that showcases Gulfport. The
help and cooperation we're getting
from the Merchant's Association,
Chamber of Commerce and the City
is just great. Gulfport now has some-
thing to offer, whether it's music or
Art Walks, every weekend. You just
can't beat the Concert setting; on the
water at sunset."
People from as far away as Tampa
and Seminole were at Friday night's
concert; many had said they had
heard about it from the paper and
word of mouth.

Dunk to the music 18 year old John
Richardson goes in for a dunk in a pick -up
basketball game last Friday night at the Rec
Center. He and his buddies also lent a hand to
the Chamber of Commerce, helping set up the
stage for the Concert in the Park earlier that
evening, then got to play to the music. The
bball kids play basketball almost every night
from 6 to 9 pm at the Rec Center courts.

A special thank you to area
businesses for their donations:

The Storage House, $100.
The Gabber, $100.
Anonymous Donor, $100.
Sweet Bay, $20 gift card.
$106 from a number of donors went
to the Little League.

U.S.C.G Safe Boating
Classes in Gulfport
Boating Skills and Seamanship
is a 13-week course offered every
Thursday evening beginning on July
23 at 7:30 p.m. at US Coast Guard
Auxiliary Flotilla 7-16 located at
3120 Miriam Street S. in Gulfport.
The lessons include a 400-page
manual and one lesson of basic
charting in local waters. For the $40
fee you also are awarded a certificate
at the end of the course and a chance
to learn everything you need to
know to feel secure on the water.
For your convenience you may start
any Thursday. Call 727-686-6940 for
more information or leave a message
at 321-4455.

Salvation Army
Seeks Donation of
Personal Items
The Salvation Army is seeking
donations of regular and travel sized
personal hygiene items for men and
women that are given out to clients
through its Social Services. The list
of items needed include deodorant,
razors, toothpaste and toothbrushes,
soap and body wash, shampoo and
conditioner, combs and brushed
as well as creams and lotions.
Additional personal hygiene items
such as feminine hygiene products
and baby diapers are always needed.
Donations can be dropped off at the
Social Service office located at 1400
Fourth Street S. in St. Petersburg. For
more information please contact Luis
Rosa at (727) 822-4954 or by email at

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Community Emergency
Response Team News
The CERT program was developed to
assist in FEMA's national initiative to
help communities harness the power
of every individual through education,
training and volunteer service to
make communities safer, stronger
and better prepared to respond to the
threats of terrorism, crime, public
health issues and disasters of all
kinds. CERT training is designed to
prepare you to help yourself, your
family and your neighbors in the
event of a catastrophic disaster.
Please join them for the next
Basic Certification Class beginning
August 3 and running for seven
consecutive Monday nights from
6:30-9:30 p.m. Class topics
will be Disaster Preparedness,
Fire Safety, Disaster Medical
Operations, Light Search and
Rescue, CERT organization,
Disaster Psychology, Terrorism and
CERT. To register call Connie at

Free Acupuncture
Clinic for Veterans
Acupuncturists Without Borders
is offering a free acupuncture clinic
to provide treatment for veterans,
their families, and their health
care workers. These acupuncture
treatments address stress, insomnia,
post-traumatic stress syndrome,
depression and anxiety. The clinic is
held at Unity Christ Church, 6168
First Avenue N. in St. Petersburg at
7:30 p.m. every Thursday. The clinic
is free, donations are welcome. Call

Wednesday, July 22nd
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Gabber July 76- July 22, 2009

Take the Gabber on Vacation...
Here I am reading The Gab-
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awaiting the riders of the First
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waited over four hours in the
hot blazing sun to see a color-
ful blur of professional cyclist
buzz by me, which lasted less
than one minute.
The first ten days of my vaca-
tion I was biking in the Italian
Alps. The next five days was
a little easier biking around
Saint Raphael, France.

-Timothy Pitaniello,
South Pasadena, FL

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Colorful Contest
GULFPORT: The Industrial Arts
Center is on a mission to make
Gulfport streets more colorful. The
non-profit arts organization kicks
off its first "Keep Gulfport Colorful"
contest this month, inviting residents
to submit photos of their decorative
Need inspiration? Come to a fun
2-hour Paint Your Mailbox workshop
at the IndustrialArts Center. Gulfport
tribal painter Barbara Nicolazzo will
lead the workshops. Workshops will
be held 7-9 p.m. on Monday, July 20,
and Monday, August 10, and 10-noon
on Saturday, July 18 and Saturday,
August 15.
Creators of the three most "colorful"
mailboxes will win free glass blowing
classes at the IAC. First prize is a
Fun With Hot Glass class, second
prize is a Hot Glass Fast Track class
and third prize is a Blow Your Own
Glass certificate.
Mailboxes must be installed at an
address in the Gulfport city limits.
The decorative medium is up to
the homeowner's interpretation.
Submissions should be made via
email to info@industrialartscenter.
org. Deadline is September 1, 2009.
For more information, visit www.
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call 727-289-9365.

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Local Obituaries

ELLISON, age 86, went home to
be with her Lord and Savior Jesus
Christ on July 12, 2009 in Destin, FL.
Her spirit will live forever in heaven
and in the hearts of her family left to
mourn her passing. Cynthia was born
on October 22, 1922 to Charlie W. and
Minnie Williams Ellison in Macon,
GA. Her parents, brother Charles
and sister Charlotte preceded her in
death. Cynthia was the loving wife
of Frederick A. Lindsey, William L.
Mundy and Barney W. Black who
all predeceased her. Cynthia moved
to Fort Walton Beach, FL with Bill
Mundy in 1965. She lived in Santa
Rosa Beach, Destin and Gulfport, FL.
Cynthia is survived by her devoted
husband, Anthony P. Caucutt of
Gulfport whom she dearly loved
along with her daughters and sons-
in-law, Janice Lindsey Regan and
husband Mike of Destin and Darlene
Lindsey Ewen and husband Doug of
Stanwood, WA. She was blessed with
five grandchildren: Michael Regan
and his wife Jennifer of Acworth,
GA; Capt. Stephen Regan of Destin;
and Benjamin Regan and his wife
Ashley of Clearwater, FL; Lalena
Jenkins Pollitt and her husband
Chris of Stanwood, WA; and, Joshua
Jenkins of WA. Her legacy will carry
on in the lives of her precious great,
grandchildren Ashley, Caitlyn, Emily
and Nathaniel. Cynthia's surviving
niece Dr. Gail Lamb and nephews
Larry Little and Chuck Ellison were
dear to her heart. By profession,
Cynthia was a homemaker and
secretary. She retired from civil
service at Eglin AFB in 1973. In
addition to her family, Cynthia
enjoyed a great life of gardening,
painting, entertaining, dancing and
traveling with her husband in their
motor home. Church fellowship,
playing the organ and singing in
church services brought her great
joy. The family will receive visitors
Friday, July 17, 2009 between 7 and
9 p.m. at McLaughlin Funeral Home
in Fort Walton Beach, FL. Funeral
services will be held at McLaughlin's
on Saturday, July 18, 2009 at
11 a.m. with Revered Toy Arnett of
Faith Assembly Christian Church
officiating. Her grandsons and
nephews will serve as pallbearers.
Internment will follow immediately

in the Destin Memori al Cemetery,
Destin, FL.

92, of South Pasadena, passed away
Saturday, July 11, 2009. He was
born in Covington, KY and moved
to Florida in 1957. He served in
the Navy during WW II. He retired
from Stewart Jones Motors in 1971.
Gil and his wife Pat were members
of Holy Name Catholic Church in
Gulfport and the Pasadena Country
Club, where they enjoyed playing golf
for 35 years. Survivors include a son,
Michael Deakley and his wife, Karen;
2 grandchildren, Kimberly Koehler
and husband Matt, and Christopher
Deakley and a great-granddaughter,
McKenna Koehler. A memorial
service will be 11 am Tuesday, July
21st at the funeral home. Memorial
donations to Suncoast Hospice.
Garden Sanctuary Funeral Home.

JEAN, of So. Pasadena, passed away
peacefully July 3, 2009, after a short
illness. Sister of the late Grace G.
Amick of Pittsburgh, PA; beloved
aunt of Barbara Amick of Naples,
Cynthia Bitner of Saratoga, CA,
Cheryl Carroll and Tripp Amick of
Pittsburgh; much loved great-aunt
of many great-nephews and nieces.
A fiercely independent woman who
battled the world's perception of
cerebral palsy, she managed to
live an active, independent and
successful life. Private service and
burial will be in Pittsburgh, PA.
In lieu of flowers, donations to
United Cerebral Palsy of Tampa
Bay or Pittsburgh would be much
appreciated. Memorial Park Funeral
Home, memorialparkfuneralhome.
com, 727-527-1196.

of South Pasadena, died Friday, July
10, 2009, in Edward White Hospital,
St. Petersburg. David was born Jan.
16, 1956, in Huntington, WV, a son of
Darrell B. Looney Jr. and Anita Craig
Looney of Huntington. David was a
heavy equipment operator for the City
of St. Petersburg for 20+ years. He
was a former part owner of Buddy's
Bar in Gulfport, FL. Additional
survivors include a sister and brother-
in-law, Elizabeth and Rocky Gibson

of South Point, OH; 1 nephew, Aaron
Gibson II of Morgantown, WV and 1
niece Morgan Gibson of South Point.
A memorial service will be held at
a later date. Chapman's Mortuary
Huntington is assisting the family.
Online condolences may be sent to

died July 5th at his home in Webster,
FL. Born in Rochester, NY, Bill was
a general contractor and resident of
Gulfport for many years before mov-
ing to "the country" with his wife
Sheila. Bill enjoyed raising some cat-
tle, always had dogs and cats around,
chickens, and a pig, tinkered in his
barn, was comfortable in an old pick
up more than a new one, worked hard
when there was a job to get done, and
looked forward to an annual open
house every fall. Scores of old and
new friends and family would de-
scend upon the farm. At night when
the sky was clear and the moon and
the stars shined brightly, there was
a burning campfire where tall tales
were told, stories from the past were
relived, politics were debated, and
sometimes un-welcomed singing was
inescapable. Laughing good times
were had, eyes reflected the happi-
ness within, and smiles defined the
moments into the wee hours of the
morning. It was at times like this
that Bill was free to be himself and
tell everyone how much they meant
to him in a very distinct Bill-way.
Through teasing, joking or serious
words, he provoked your attention.
He sought answers to the most per-
plexing of life's questions, was toler-
ant of others' views, and respected
opposing opinions and philosophies
even if unfathomable to him. Bill
often spoke with a heavy heart and
mind filled with sadness and worry
for others, for he easily recognized
and understood pains of the human
body and spirit. He would stand on
his head to make you happy or drop
everything if you needed help. His
circle of friends was wide and varied.
Bill is simply unforgettable. Whether
you loved him or he frustrated you,
his presence will be missed. He was,
"A Good Guy". His will be a special
loss to his tolerant and loving wife
Sheila ("Chicky"), his brother Bobby,
sisters Pat Carney, and Jean Rosado,
son David and wife Heather, daugh-
ter Jennifer Biddle & husband Nick,

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Obituaries (con't.)

stepsons Justin and Joshua Marks,
and 8 grandchildren: Ashley, Chris-
tine, Mathew, Kasey, William, Kyle,
Nickolas and Austin. On July 18th
there will be a get together in Web-
ster, a sending off of sorts in honor
of our friend. We will gather to cel-
ebrate his Billness, and wish for his
spirit an endless peace.

57, of Gulfport, died on Wednesday
July 1, 2009 at home under Hospice
care. She was born in Cohoes, New
York. Sunny was a loving wife,
mother, and grandmother. She was
employed at American Legion Post
125 in Gulfport for more than 25
years. She loved the beach, watching
NASCAR races, and playing Bingo as
often as possible with her Bingo pals.
Sunny was well known for her love

of cooking which she enjoyed sharing
with everyone throughout the years.
Sunny touched the lives of so many
friends. She will truly be missed by all.
She is survived by her husband of 15
years, William R. "Billy" McRoberts,
her beloved son, Petty Officer 1st
Class Shannon Lawson, Jacksonville,
FL; and a granddaughter, Alexis
Lawson, Jacksonville, FL. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests
donations be made in her honor to The
Hospice Foundation of the Florida
Suncoast 5771 Roosevelt Boulevard
Clearwater, FL 33760.

Gulfport, passed away July 8th.
Thomas was born in Toledo, OH and
lived there until moving to Florida
in 1994. He was a member of Pass-
A-Grille Beach Community Church
for many years. Thomas is survived
by his beloved wife of 43 years
George "Jo" Rogers, loving daughters
Suzanne (Edward) Koucheravy and

Katherine Rogers; son Matthew
(Linda) Rogers; and grandchildren,
Patrick, Theresa, Thomas, Christine,
Eric, and Esperanza. Services will be
2 pm Tuesday, July 14th at Pass-A-
Grille Beach Community Church, 107
16th Avenue, St. Pete Beach. In lieu of
flowers, the family suggests donations
to Pass-A-Grille Beach Community
Church (pagchurch.org), Suncoast
Hospice (thehospice.org), or Shriners
Hospitals for Children (shrinershq.
org). Guestbook @ davidcgross.com,
David C. Gross Funeral Homes, 6366
Central Ave., 727-381-4911.

Inverness passed away July 6, 2009.
Survived by sons George and Richard
Ford, daughter Donna Harris, loving
mother Eleanor Ritter, 3 sisters,
1 brother and 5 grandchildren.
Visitation will be held Friday, July
10th at Gee & Sorenson FH. Mass
celebration on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
at St. Paul's Catholic Church.


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100 Week Countdown to 100 Years!
In just 65 weeks, Gulfport will
celebrate the centennial of its incorpora-
tion, October 12, 1910. We'll be remind-
ing you every week with an interesting
old photograph from the collection of the
Historical Museum. See if you can iden-
tify the people, places, and above all the
decade of each picture as it comes along.
To make it a little bit of a challenge, we
won't publish the correct caption until the
following week.

Webb and Yates Real Estate was at the
corner of Beach Boulevard and 29th Av-
enue. (The building is still there behind
a pair of shops almost hiding the eyebrow
M. DeForest Yates came to Gulfport in
1918 and began acquiring real estate and
political status, and soon joined Mayor
At last! A picture most of us will recognize. Who are these three and why Sam Webb in partnership at this loca-
are they holding knives? Answer next week. tion.
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Bugs, Mosh Pits

and Manners,

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By Leigh Clifton
Every summer, the Jungle Boogie
day camp at Boyd Hill Nature Pre-
serve is alive with curious three and
four year olds, eager to learn about
bugs and reptiles, mosh pits and
manners. Offered during the summer
months, the weekly camp is offered
twice a month and is always full.
It's become one of the most popular
events of the summer.
Taught by Candy Arnold, a Park
ranger with the park, Jungle Boogie
focuses on the special developmen-
tal milestones every three and four
year old is expected to reach; small
motor skills, socialization, coordina-
tion and of course, fun. Arnold, who is
finishing up an Early Childhood De-
velopment degree at SPC, says she's
learned so much from that program
and she applies it every day to the
kids. She's also a self-taught botanist
and a large part of her program with
the children involves what she calls
scales, fur and feathers; a study of
reptiles, mammals and birds as well
as the many bugs and plants found at
Boyd Hill.
"I've learned what three and four
year olds want and I tailor the learn-
ing to those levels," Arnold said. "So
when we study bugs,(today it's lady
bugs), I incorporate counting, like
the spots on the wings, socialization
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bug's diet, we looked for aphids on
the leaves outside, and we give them
live lady bugs to care for, which
teaches them empathy and respon-
sibility. These are little people, but
they're still people and they learn to
appreciate nature, even at an early
In between outside field trips, the
kids also have a great area inside the
building called the "mosh pit", with
padded floor and soft, cushy chairs
and pillows that the kids immedi-
ately jump into and start bouncing
around on. It's a great way to expend
some serious energy; no shoes al-
lowed. The kids absolutely loved it.
Three year old Carina Guiffre was
among the youngest at the camp
this week; she just turned three last
weekend and her mother Jennifer,
who is a teacher, was really happy
that Carina could attend the camp.
She thinks it's a great concept and
wonderful for the kids.
"She was nervous at first, but she
came home after the first day and
told me all about crickets; she was
so excited! Now she can't wait to get
here in the morning," Jennifer said.
Guiffre's older son, who is five, goes

to a different camp for older kids and
she' s grateful that there is a camp
for the younger ones.
"It's hard to find a camp for three
year olds," she said. "Most start at
five, so this is really great for her."
As the kids file out the door to wait-
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giant lady bugs, adorned in home-
made lady bug wings and antennae.
Instead of aphids however, these
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Sometimes you just Have to Bark

I ve been barking at geese. No,
really. I'm pretty good at it. I've
even got several barks like a
hound dog bark, a yap-yap bark, and
a kind of mongrel bark. The neigh-
bors are a little skeptical and maybe
annoyed, but then the geese are more
The problem is that there about 100
to 150 geese living on a small man-
made lake along side one hole of a
golf course. They're not particularly
noisy, but what they leave behind
is, well, what they leave behind.
And, it's everywhere, rough, fairway,
pathway and nearby yards. One of
them is mine. Geese, by the way, are
protected and can't be harmed out of
hunting season.
I'm up north for a bit and the geese
are here and won't fly south until Oc-
tober or so which is about the time I


fly south. Getting them to go away, in
the meantime, is apparently impos-
sible unless you have a dog. Geese
are terrified of dogs walking or bark-
ing. Since we don't have a dog I bark
like one.
Surprise. It worked. The first time
I did it the geese waddled hurriedly
to the water. It even worked the sec-
ond or third time. I alternate barks
to give the illusion of multiple dogs
while hoping a real dog will come
along to lend credibility to my barks.
Our daughter's visiting Florida bred
and raised shepherd lent that cred-
ibility a couple of weeks ago and the
geese didn't return for three-quarters
of a day.
Last year the golf course owners
hired a guy with a dog and they
were effective. Tragically, and maybe
ironically, the guy drowned while

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chasing geese in a kayak. The geese
came back and back and back. Now,
they're on to me. When I bark, the
geese stop what they're doing, start
moving to the water, then the ap-
pointed watch geese notice there are
no dogs and they halt the march. If I
walk up to them, they move slightly
and slowly and then the watch-geese
start hissing and taking steps toward
me. Then, I go back to the house.
Some of the neighbors like the geese.
They even feed them even though
they ( the geese) don't need it. I was
hoping the guy was feeding them poi-
son. No such luck. I do feel sorry for
one goose. He has a broken wing and
the others keep him at least 50 feet
away. Obviously, he won't be flying
south with them. Anyway, that's the
goose story.
However, I got to thinking that poli-
ticians are just like geese. Bark at the
politicians and they perk up, pay at-
tention, and quit encroaching. After
a while, though, they recognize that
a bark is just a bark unless there's a
dog, or dogs, along to add some sub-
stance. Protecting your wallet is just
like protecting your yard. A bark is
good, but bark and teeth are better.
Write, talk to, bark at your friend-
ly elected official. But, remember,
they're protected too and it takes a
lot of barking and a pack of dogs, and
action, to keep them in their place
and out of yours.

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The Geckos are
The 9th Annual Gulfport Gecko
Fest is on the way on Saturday,
September 5 from 12-10 p.m on Beach
Blvd. in Gulfport. This free event
sponsored by the Gulfport Merchants
Association, GEICO, Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce, Industrial
Art Center, Sail Away Realty and the
City of Gulfport is a full day of fun
for everyone. Proceeds will benefit
the St. Petersburg Aids Walk. This
quirky celebration brings together
strolling street performers, main stage
performers and vendors with all types
of weird and wonderful wares up and
down Beach Blvd. Over 190 vendors
are expected to be in attendance at
this year's event!
Join the o-FISH-al GECKO Goddess
and the Gecko Court along with Belly
Dancers, clowns, magicians, pirates,
Mimes, Imagination, Theatre, and
Fire throwers, who will all be roaming
the streets and entertaining the
If you want to stay in one place, free
live entertainment will be provided on
three main stages from12-10 p.m.

Don't forget this is an audience
participation event especially the
parade at 6 p.m. They are expanding
the Gecko Walking Parade (think
wacky, noisy, and costumed) with
non human, adults and children's
costume contests at the end.
Additional activities include sidewalk
chalk art, face painting, drum circle,
belly dance lessons and much more.
The day culminates in Gulfport's
famous street dance at 8 p.m.! Bring
your dancing shoes and beach chairs!

Visit www.geckofest.com or www.

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Overeaters Anonymous is a 12 step
program dealing with eating disor-
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6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Gulfport Neigh-
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Events at American
Legion Post 125
By Ray Cartmell, Commander
Our installation of officers went well
and the food was fantastic, thanks to
everyone who helped out. I am open
to suggestions and ideas from our
members. Together, we can make
this a great year for our Post.
We are still in desperate need of
having our parking lot re-paved.
Any donations will be greatly

Friday, July 17, dinner will be baked
or battered haddock, fries, cole slaw,
roll and butter for $7.75. The second
entr6e will be sweet and sour pork,
rice, mixed vegetable, roll and butter
for $6.50. Dinners are served from
5 to 7 p.m.
On Saturday, July 18, the kitchen
will be open from 3 to 7 p.m. for
sandwiches, onion rings, French
fries, etc.
Sunday Breakfast is canceled until
the next blood drive on July 26.
The Southern Knights Band is

here every Friday and Saturday
night from 7 to 11 p.m. This band is
fantastic and I know you will enjoy
dancing and listening to their great
Lunches are served on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays from
11 a.m. to 3p.m. and on Fridays from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sundays from
2 to 5 p.m. Lunches are not served on
Mondays or Saturdays.
Tuesdays and Thursdays come in
and sing with Ron's karaoke at 7 p.m.
Darts are played every Saturday at
8 p.m. Play pool for free on Saturdays
until 5 p.m. Bingo is played every
Wednesday starting at 6 p.m.
Fourteen $50 games are played,
plus two progressive cover-all
games for $250. The kitchen is open
during bingo where you can order
hamburgers, hot dogs, fries, onion
rings, etc. Join us for an evening of
fun, games and good food.
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
S. in St. Petersburg. The phone
number is 347-6085.

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ST. PETE BEACH- City Commis-
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and the Sirata. The city initially
rejected the Sirata's application to
operate four jet skis on the beach
and the case went to mediation.
Representatives for the Sirata ar-
gued that by not allowing the Sirata
to operate jet skis on the beach the
city would give the Tradewinds a
business advantage. If the city did
not agree to the settlement agree-
ment it would have to go back to
court to address the jet ski issues.
Although the Sirata made its ap-
plication before the Tradewinds to
operate jet skis, the city addressed
the Tradewinds application first
and then denied the Sirata applica-
"We think this is your best result
at your least cost," city attorney
Susan Churuti told council.
Mayor Mike Finnerty suggested
that the city remove all jet skis
from the beach.
"Make all the faces you want,"
Finnerty told the commission "I
think we should eliminate jetskis
from the beach. I think jet-skis are
too dangerous right now," Finnerty
said. Finnerty cited a recent law
enforcement report that gave injury
statistics for jet skis along Florida's
west coast. The report, Finnerty
noted, praised St. Pete Beach jet
ski operators for their safety, espe-
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tors in Pinellas County.
St. Pete Beach voted 4-1 to approve
the agreement. Finnerty remained
the sole no vote for allowing jet skis
to operate at the Sirata.

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pre-register by August 7th.

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ministration's new foreclosure-pre-
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mind that to qualify, your current
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Free Clothing and
Shoe Giveaway
A Touch of God Ministries is
sponsoring a free clothing and shoe
giveaway on Saturday, July 18
from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Quality
clothes for everyone. They state they
are doing this because they want
to be a blessing by giving to their
community, to benefit and give hope
by meeting people's needs and to be an
encouragement to folks so that they
know they care about them! They are
located at 2997 Tyrone Blvd. in St.
Petersburg across from Tyrone Mall,
next to the Sound Advice building.
Visit ATouchofGodMinistries.org.

Jesus and Water Fun
Summer Camp
Gulfport Presbyterian Church and
CEF invite kids ages 5 to 11 for fun
and Bible study August 3-7 from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. Bring sunscreen, flip
flops and extra water clothes and
towel. Lunch will be served. Call
Kathy at the church office (Tuesday-
Friday, 9-12) at 321-8086 to register
or for questions.

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
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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 7/3
Narcotics/Drugs- 5600 BIk 14th Ave.
Animal Complaint- 5300 BIk Tanger-
ine Ave. S.
Suspicious Person- 2600 BIk Beach
Blvd. S.
Animal Complaint- 5400 BIk 14th
Ave. S.
Domestic Battery- 5100 BIk 16th
Ave. S.
Criminal Mischief- 5600 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Burglary- 5800 BIk 9th Ave. S.
Trespasser- 5100 BIk Gulfport Blvd
Burglary- 5600 BIk 20th Ave. S.
Burglary- 4900 BIk 18th Ave. S.
Robbery- Tomlinson Park.
Saturday 7/4
Trespasser- 5100 BIk 11th Ave. S.
Vessel Stops- Beach Front.
Trouble with Individual- Beach
Prowler- 5400 BIk 6th PL S.
Trouble with Individual- 2200 BIk
49th St. S.
Drunk Person- 6000 BIk Kipps Colo-
ny Dr. E.
Trouble with Individual- 1500 BIk
58th St. S.

Domestic Verbal- 5500 BIk 19th Ave.
Sunday 7/5
Trouble with Individual- 5600 BIk
13th Ave. S.
Trespasser- 5100 BIk 14th Ave. S.
Theft- 5100 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Drunk Driver- 5400 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Theft- 5300 BIk 9th Ave. S.
Violation of Court Order- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Monday 7/6
Battery- 5000 BIk Jersey Ave. S.
Burglary- 800 BIk 58th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5300 BIk 7th
Ave. S.
Theft- 5100 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
DUI Investigation-1000 BIk 49th St.
Trouble with Individual- 5700 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Criminal Mischief- 5100 Blk 16th
Ave. S.
Battery- 900 Blk 51st St. S.
Burglary- 1400 Blk Gray St. S.
Burglary- 1300 Blk 59th St. S.
Traffic Stop-Failed to Stop- 5800 Blk
21st Ave. S.
Criminal Mischief- 5100 Blk 28th
Ave. S.
Tuesday 7/7
Burglary- 5600 Blk Tangerine Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 700 Blk 64th St.
Animal Complaint- 5000 Blk 27th
Ave. S.
Criminal Mischief- 1400 Blk 16th
Ave. S.
Trespasser- 5100 Blk Gulfport Blvd.
Fight in Progress- 5100 Blk 11th Ave.
Noise Complaint- 1200 Blk 59th St.

Trouble with Individual- 5400 Blk
Shore Blvd. S.
Wednesday 7/8
Burglary- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Theft- 3000 BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Traffic Stop-Failed to Stop- 900 BIk
49th St. S.
Theft- 2500 BIk 57th St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5800 BIk 21st Ave.
Hit & Run- 6300 BIk Pasadena Pt.
Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 800 BIk 51st
St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1700 BIk
55th St. S.
Thursday 7/9
Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Accident with Injuries- R. W. Caldwell
Trouble with Individual- 2800 BIk
52nd St. S.
Noise Complaint- 5600 BIk 28th Ave.
Theft- 5100 BIk 13th Ave. S.
Battery- 5400 BIk 16th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2200 BIk
57th St. S.
Burglary- 5600 BIk 16th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2200 BIk
57th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1000 BIk Hull
St. S.

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Tampa Bay Job Fair
Looking for a new job? How about
a new career? Come on out to the
employment event of the season, the
Tampa Bay Job and Career Fair. A
great day to establish a new future...
Monday, July 20 from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. at the St. Pete Times Forum
in Tampa.
Meet with local companies who
have immediate employment needs
from; entry level positions to skilled
trade, to health care and even
top managerial positions, there
is something for everyone at The
Tampa Bay Job Fair. A special
event designed to help put you face
to face with companies with open
positions which they are looking to
fill immediately.
This year's event will also include
a Career Fair. Several of the area's
top schools for continuing education,
local universities and vocational/
technical institutes will be on hand.
It is a great opportunity to look at
ways to further develop your skills
for the jobs of today and review the
bright career prospects of tomorrow.
Expand your skill set or even learn
a whole new career.
Come prepared, bring a few resumes
and get ready to say "Hello". Looking
for a new job... this is an event that
you don't want to miss. Come on out
to the Tampa Bay Job and Career
Fair. You could be to work by the
end of the day. Or even on your way
to a whole new career. Admission is
free no pre-registration required.
For additional information contact:
Dave LaBell 727-893-8523.

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Gabber July July 22, 2009

Gabber July 76 July 22, 2009

July 4th Kick-off

It was an early morning Fourth of July for Gulfport Chamber President, Lori Rosso,
interviewed by Dave McKay of ABC-TV's Tampa affiliate WFTS. The station did a series
of live remote broadcasts from waterfront locations, including the Recreation Center and
the city pier, over the holiday morning. Also on hand for interviews were Vice-Mayor
Bob Worthington, Interim City Manager Jim O'Reilly, Council member Michele King and
Chamber of Commerce president Lori Rosso. Gulfport was promoted as "the gateway to
the Gulf."

Our plants came from the
Southwest with us last year,
and seem to be acclimating
much better to the humidity
than we are! They have been
blooming like crazy!

-Submitted by
La Lania Hill, Gulfport

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Creative Clay Opens New Gallery
By Leigh Clifton

Creative Clay opened their
newest gallery last Saturday
evening with a show titled
"Let's Face It", a collection
of member and guest artists
whose works of portraiture
and figurative art featured
people and faces. One of the
highlights of the opening was
the new 3-D gallery, located
next door of the main studio
gallery, where intricately
S n designed plaster mold masks
of actual students adorn the
walls and primitive dolls made
by artists sit on shelves in the
corner. The art is eclectic,
detailed and extremely good;
the member artists are very
talented and not seemingly
Ally Vasquez show off one of her whimsical creature hampered by their handicap.
drawings at the galley at Creative Clay. Creative Clay is the brainchild
of Grace -Anne Alfiero, who
wanted to provide an artistic
outlet for handicapped and mentally challenged artists in the community. There
are several programs offered, including the Transition program for students
18-22, who have graduated from high school. The program involves building
social skills, teaching the history of art, design and portfolio development. The
students must be referred by a high school teacher, and need to show their
artwork to be considered for the program. Smart Art is a program that meets
on Saturdays; the member artists work with the five fulltime studio instructors.
Art Link is a mentoring program that pairs Creative Clay member artists with
local and sometimes nationally recognized artists for a year. The member artists
work in the guest artist's medium and exhibit several times a year. There are
also daily and weekly art classes at the main gallery and students go out into
the community, often to the Gulfport Library, Industrial Art Center and many
of Gulfport's local galleries. Because Creative Clay is a non-profit, community
donation, grants and endowments as well as member artist's supplemental
income fuel the daily operations. It is a highly successful and rewarding
enterprise that benefits students and community alike. Many of the artists do
very well selling their art; artist Ally Vasquez is a member of Smart Art and
one of the more popular ones. Her subjects resemble mythical creatures and are
both colorful and whimsical. She recently had a piece displayed in the Bank of
America building, which was then sold to a private buyer. She has another piece
in the Vinoy Basin Condos. Her father, Maurice Vasquez, is also an artist and
very proud of his 19 year old daughter.
Chris Fontaine, a member artist with Creative Clay for seven and a half years,
has been a member of Art Link and has paired with local artist/photographer
Jack Breit. They will spend the next 50 weeks working on projects together and
Breit had nothing but wonderful things to say about Chris.
"He's amazing; he's never had any formal photography training and his
photographs are really good. We've even been working on Photoshop and
printing. Chris will sketch something, and then bring it to me. Then we'll go and
photograph the subject."
Chris is also an accomplished painter and had several paintings in the Let's
Face It exhibition. His mother is very proud of him and credits the center with
allowing him an outlet for his obvious creativity and talent.
"Being here at Creative Clay has really opened up Chris' world," she said. "I'm
so glad that people can see his wonderful talent."

USCG Safe Boating
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 78
has a 13-week continuous cycle of Safe
Boating Classes every Tuesday, 7:30
p.m., Warren Webster Community
Center, 1500 Pass-a-Grille Way, St.
Pete Beach (1 mile south of Don CeSar)
Start at your convenience. First class,
come at 7 p.m. to register. Begin
any Tuesday and finish 13 weeks
later or take up to 2 years to finish.
July classes include: "Equipment for
Your Boat" July 21 and "Trailering
Your Boat" July 28..
Cost is $40 for 13 weeks and includes
a new 400-page manual. Call Jim at
360-4846, or Warren at 321-7801, or
Phil at 865-2226.

Polish American Society
Summer Dances
Polish American Society of St.
Petersburg located at 1343 Beach
Drive SE (next to the Coast Guard
commissary) will be having its
summer dances on the following
Sundays July 19 and August 16.
Music by Polka Generation from 4-7
p.m. Admission is $6, food available.
For information call Jack Puhala at
347-7944 or visit www.polishsociety.

Enter the Labyrinth
Located at 5001 20 Avenue S. in
Gulfport (east of the elementary
school) is the labyrinth. Open
seven days, noon till sundown. Free
admission. Call727-331-2622formore
information. Join them on August 8
for the one year anniversary.

Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

A Blue Devil

in our Midst
By Leigh Clifton

If you watched the Fourth of July
parade in Gulfport, you probably
noticed a soldier in khaki uniform
marching alone among the many,
carrying the American flag with
quiet grace and dignity. He marches
alone every year in the parade as a
testament to his fallen brothers of
the 88th Division, Fifth Army. He
is solemn and tough, one of the last
remnants of the very first all-draftee-
led armed forces division in WWII to
see combat. And he is also proud of
that division's nickname, The Blue
Devils, given to them by Axis Sally, a
German propagandist, and a German
army long since defeated and buried
on the banks of Italy's Garigliano
River. The Blue Devils were boys
that were so tough, so gritty that the
Germans once complained that 'they
didn't fight like gentlemen', a remark
that made every member of the unit
proud, but perhaps Irving Zeider the
proudest of them all.
But they didn't start out that way.
Originally stationed in Oklahoma, the
88th Division consisted of farmers,
embalmers, craftsmen, hot dog
sellers and civilians; men drafted to
fight a war most deemed unfinished
business from the first one. Zeider
was a married man of 23, a farmer
from Connecticut who worked his
father's farm raising peaches, cattle
and chickens. His wife Silvia was
20; they had been introduced to one
another as a blind date and married
shortly thereafter. Zeider was a
strapping, well-built guy who, in 18
bouts of amateur boxing, had never
lost a fight. He was strong as an ox,
tough and robust, and when he was
drafted, didn't hesitate to serve.
"I went in as a combat engineer,"
he said. "I knew all about dynamite
so my training was in disarming
and clearing landmines and other
ordinance. President Roosevelt
himself came out to Oklahoma to
inspect our division. We were very
proud of that."
But any thought of staying stateside
was quickly dispelled when the 88th
was shipped to Africa and then on to
Italy, where there was real fighting as
the Germans were trying to hold the
Gustav Line.
"We sat and waited many, many
Gabber July 16- July 22, 2009

Irving Zeider stands in front of photgraphs of himself and his wife Silvia, taken over 70 year
ago. Zeider was a combat engineer member of the 88th Division, Fifth Army and fought in
WWII, earning two Purple Hearts after being wounded twice. He can still fit into his Army
uniform and wears his medals proudly.

nights. My job was to go ahead of the
troops and clear the road of any mines.
We were under fire all the time; we
had to work fast with bullets flying by
our ears and bouncing off of helmets.
We lost a lot of guys; we were the first
ones to go forward, and the Germans
picked off quite a few of us," Zeider
smiled at the memory.
At one critical point during the
war, the 88th was burrowed into the
crevices along the Garigliano River;
pinned down while the Germans had
the advantage of height along the
mountainous routes above. There had
been skirmishes here and there, but
on May 11, after what was termed
the "quiet war" by some, the night
sky lit up with a tremendous show of
American firepower. The whole of the
Fifth Army had shown up.
"Night became the day," Zeider
said. From our positions we looked
up into the night sky and all we saw
were American planes dropping bomb
after bomb on the Germans above us.
The Fifth had brought Tommy guns,
Howitzers, tanks and there were
millions of rounds of ammunition
flying above our heads. We knocked
out every German for ten miles, they
were laid out everywhere and about
40 of them surrendered right there at
the river. I'll never forget that day,"
he said, "as long as I live."
The push of the 88th and the Fifth
Army had opened up the route to
Mount Damiano and Castelforte, once
both strongholds for the Germans. It
was a pivotal battle of the war.

Zeider didn't get out of the war
unscathed, however. He was wounded
twice and awarded two Purple Hearts.
But the most important insignias
he wears are his four stripes,
representing two years of combat
service and his four battle stars, both
of which he wears proudly. He flies
the American flag seven days a week
from his balcony in Town Shores, and
at 93, still works out every morning
with a regimen that a man half his
age would find a challenge. He is
still incredibly strong and credits his
resilience in that, other than a bit of
wine at Synagogue, neither he nor
Silvia have ever smoked or touched
a drop of liquor in their lives. One of
his and wife Silvia's greatest sorrows,
however, is the loss of both of their
children, a son and a daughter, but
they have two beautiful grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren, all of
whom live close by.
"I'll never get old," Zeider laughs.
"I run all day, I help out with the
handyman duties at the Synagogue,
I keep busy. I've had a good, long
life and I'm proud to have served my
Silvia, his wife of 70 years, sums
Zeider up rather succinctly.
"There's not a lazy bone in his body.
He has always been there to help
people if they need it."
The two of them smile at one another
fondly; after 70 years, there's no need
for words.

"Buying Back Brooklyn" Pinnacle of

Gulfport Summer One Acts
By Cathy Salustri

Norm Nash and Glynn Suyker and deliver peak performances in Tinamarie Hansen's
Back Brooklyn" during the Players' Summer One-Act Festival.

At the 9th Annual Gulfport Com-
munity Players' Summer One-Act
Festival Saturday night, local play-
wrights delivered nine short plays
that delighted audiences. All nine
plays drew cheers of appreciation
from the audience and the Players
successfully picked a mixed bag of
dramas and comedies written well
for the Gulfport audience.
Among the short plays was Tina-
marie Hansen's "Buying Back Brook-
lyn", by far the strongest example
of Gulfport's pool of artists. Hansen
made her directorial debut, expertly
moving Norm Nash and Glenn Suyk-
er, the two lead actors, around the
stage and getting peak performances
from both men.
"Buying Back Brooklyn" plays out
the "you can't go home again" prem-
ise with empathy, compassion, and
brevity. Hansen's work reveals her

masterful command of dialogue, a dif-
ficult task for any writer. Her words
flow nicely and allow the actors to
create a steady energy throughout
the piece.
Both Nash and Suyker take Han-
sen's work and make her words their
own, creating dynamic characters
who draw empathy from the audi-
ence. I'd seen both these men before
in other performances as, I'm certain,
has most of the Gulfport theatre-go-
ing community, and this play shows
them at their best.
Audiences expressed their apprecia-
tion most heartily for Hansen's "Buy-
ing Back Brooklyn" but also seemed
enchanted with the nine other plays
the Players presented as part of the
festival. Vic Carr's hat trick of one-
acts, "The Trip", "The Check is in
The Mail", and "I'll Respect You in
the Morning" drew laughter and ap-

plause, although Carr's consistent
caricature of a sniping woman grew
tiring by the end of the third play.
"The Check is in the Mail" lasts a few
minutes longer than it needs to but
is well-written with a great twist to-
wards the end.
"Justice Now", a spoof on game
shows written by Dave Smith, spoke
to the current economic situation.
Mike Baggs, who played the presi-
dent of the "Too Big To Fail Bank",
drew boos and hisses when the an-
nouncer asked for audience partici-
pation, and his sentence of sitting
through an endless St. Pete Beach
Commission meeting drew whistles
of approval.
In "The Piano Lesson" Jim Rus-
sell delivered an energetic and tal-
ented performance as a snotty piano
teacher. His character's comic value
is matched only by Caitlein Jammo's
portrayal as his fresh-faced student.
The nice thing about the one act fes-
tival is that the Players have some-
thing for everyone, and if one play
doesn't please you, wait ten minutes
and the next one offers you some-
thing different.
The Summer One Act Festival of-
fers a robust representation of local
writing and acting talent and runs
through this weekend at the Cath-
erine Hickman theatre in Gulfport.
Call 322-0316 for tickets.

Cathy Salustri has worked as
a stage manager throughout the
Tampa Bay Area, although never for
theatre companies she is currently
working with. Contact her at
CathySalustri@TheGabber. com.



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Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

Gulfport Tuesday
Every Tuesday from 9 a.m. until
3 p.m. you can find the Gulfport
Tuesday Market on Beach Boulevard
south of 28th Ave. S. in Gulfport in
the Waterfront District. It is a free
and family friendly event. Each week
you will find produce, music, and craft
and art vendors like Anne Painted
Signs who offers custom painted and
decorative signs for your home, office
and garden. Contact: http://gulfport-
market.com, info@gulfport-market.
com or Leslie Gilchrist at 727-439-

Trolley Token
Purchase Locations
The following locations offer tokens
to ride the Gulfport/St. Pete Beach
trolley: Domain Home Accessories,
3129 Beach Blvd. S., The Outpost,
3007 Beach Blvd. S., Gulfport
Recreation Center, 5730 Shore
Blvd. S., in Gulfport and Bluewater
Outfitters, 341 Corey Ave. in St. Pete
If you are a Gulfport or St. Pete Beach
business that is interested in having
your shop participate as a Gulfport-
St. Pete Beach Trolley token purchase
location, call Brian VanSlyke at

German Speaking
AA Meeting
There is a German speaking Alcoholic
Anonymous meeting every Saturday,
from 4-5 p.m. at 7815 Blind Pass
Road in St. Pete Beach (above the coin
laundromat). Hope is found there.


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And the Winning Ticket is..

Pictured (L-R): Tracy Schnappinger, Keyna May, Dawn Gausling, Brenda Whitman and
Melanie Chase
On June 27, 2009, the City of St. Petersburg hosted the 2009 Annual Pride
Parade and street fair. Over 60,000 people attended this event. Local Gulfport
business owner, Brenda Whitman, of The Whitman Insurance Agency, Inc.
located in Gulfport, was there as well as other local area State Farm agents
showing their support for Pride 2009. As part of their participation, the Whit-
man Insurance Agency held a prize drawing in which the winner was longtime
Gulfport resident, Dawn Gausling. Dawn won a $100 Visa gift card. Congratu-
lations, Dawn! It goes to show people really do win when you fill out those
drawing forms.

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Voters Ask SPB
Commission To
Simplify Proposed
Charter Changes
Commissioners heard
from more than a dozen
residents on Monday night,
at a workshop meeting
regarding proposed changes
to Sections 3.15 and 3.18
of the St. Pete Beach city
charter. The changes are
grouped as ordinance 2009-
12, a measure intended
to limit the number and
types of amendments to the
city's comprehensive plan
requiring voter approval.
And the most often heard
word of the night from
citizens was, "simplify."
Commissioners sought
voter input on the proposed
ordinance which, if it
moves forward, must be
submitted by an August 1
deadline in order to make
the November 3rd election
ballot. Currently, residents
must vote on comp plan
amendments which are
already state mandated
or are not sufficiently
fundamental to need voter
approval. The changes are
designed to save the city
time and money, where
The proposal had been
initiated by Commissioner
Beverly Garnett as a
reaction to voter feedback
she'd received, citing past
confusion with state-
mandated revisions and a
desire "to make it easier
for residents to vote on
what we really need to vote
on." City Manager Mike

Bonfield noted Monday that
the original wording of the
proposed changes had been
recently revised. However,
much discussion ensued
when City Attorney Susan
Churuti, substituting for
Mike Davis, who was away,
read the new versions of the
Sections aloud.
There was particular
confusion on what was
viewed as overly complicated
wording in Section 3.18 in
particular, dealing with
priotizing the comp plan
versus land development
regulations (LDRs). It was
decided to have the attorneys
again revise the Section,
in time for discussion
at Tuesday's regular
Commission meeting.
Additionally, Commissioner
Chris Leonard suggested
the members seek input
from the Planning Board,
which was to hold its
regular meeting this past
Wednesday. Leonard said
the ordinance "will reduce
confusion and minimize
potential litigation."
However, most residents
who spoke at the workshop
felt the ordinance's original
language better served its
intent, a sentiment earlier
shared by Commissioners
Jim Parent and Al Halpern.
Halpern disagreed with the
idea of bringing the Planning
Board into the matter, as
the ordinance is on the level
of a charter revision.
St. Pete Beach resident
Jim Anderson led off the
voter input segment of the
workshop by stressing that
the wording of the ordinance
"needs to be simplified to the
sixth grade level." In what

became another common
theme, he said that voters
need to retain the right to
vote on height requirements,
regarding future
development. "I fought hard
for this." Anderson said he
fears more litigation in the
future if the ordinance is not
clearly defined, something
the city's overburdened
legal fund could not absorb.
The city has already spent
$242,000 this year in fees
fighting residents' lawsuits
dealing with development
and previous ballot votes.
While some residents
expressed support for the
Commission's intent to
save money and streamline
future charter votes,
there were hints that not
all present were in line.
Robert Irvine suggested
that "residents need a clear
reason be given, if (voting)
rights are taken away. This
undermines our confidence
in the Commission."
Another resident asked that
the Sections be reworded to
"articulate the intent" of the
proposed changes, as a fall-
back in situations where the
issue before voters wasn't
clear on the ballot.
Dr. Bill Pyle, who has filed
a series of ongoing legal
actions against the city over
charter and voting issues,
stated it isn't necessary to
make changes at all. The
existing Sections should be
left as they are, allowing
voters the greatest flexibility
in having a direct hand
in development decisions,
especially regarding height
issues. "Sometimes,
democracy is a little
messy. I'm worried about

the slippery slope of ballot
challenges." Debra Sheckner
felt the amendments "will
take away our right to vote
on matters that go way
beyond state-mandated
changes. This is not right.
It's not fair, although I
know the Commission didn't
intend for this to happen."
Planning Board member
Linda Chaney agreed with
Sheckner, claiming, "We
still have Commissioners
who are (allied with) special
interests. The only fail safe
is to give voters the final
Following citizens'
comments, Mayor Mike
Finnerty offered his take
on the matter. While
commending the spirit
of the proposal, in that it
would help trim the city's
budget, he said he was not in
support of the amendments.
"We've got to walk before we
can run." he noted.
Other Commissioners
then took pains to explain
their support of the charter
changes. Halpern stressed
the cost savings to the city.
Said Parent, "We're not
removing voters' rights.
We're working with ballot
language here and then
we turn this back to the
voters. We're trying to save
election costs." Struggling
briefly with the wording
of a clause in the revised
ordinance, Parent noted
that, "I'm an engineer, not
a political science major... or
a linguist." Said Leonard,
"This Commission is striving
for simplicity and clarity
here; that we do it right."

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1419 49th St. S.Gulfport, FL 33707
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Southwest Pinellas Storage Center (SWPSC) hereby
publishes notice, as required by the Florida "Self Storage
Facility Act" Sections 83.806 and 83.807, of a public sale of
property listed below to satisfy a landlord's lien. All sales
are for cash to the highest bidder and are considered final.
SWPSC reserves the right to reject any bids. The sale shall
be held at the following location listed below on
JULY 30th, 2009
at 10:00am in the order they appear

Unit #438 David Mott Small appliances, household
goods, mens clothes, furniture
Unit #605 Joshua Snyder Christmas decorations,
Unit #408 Susan Roskopp -Misc. household goods
Unit #97 Cheryl Hill- Household misc., clothes
Unit #615 Steve Hoffman- Tools, household misc.
Unit #66 Doron Porter Canoes, microwave, misc.
Sandra Claxton furniture, books,
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Unit #705 David Gibson Microwave, misc
Unit #508 Jamie Hayes misc. household goods
Unit #44 Kenneth Mazyck men's clothes, fishing,
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6261 14TH AVE. S.-Fri. & Sat. 8am.-12:00.
European Items, Furniture and More.
PORCH SALE- Saturday only. 9am- Dark.
Drums, Kayak, Coach Purse, Misc. items.
3000 Beach Blvd. S. Gulfport.

2510 57th St. S.
Antiques, Vintage, Chrome Bar Stools,
Furniture, King Bed, Twin, Scooter,
Mongoose bicycle, fishing, designer clothing
Thursday 16th, Friday 17th,
Saturday 18th

MULTI FAMILY SALE-4236 12th Ave. N. Sat.
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ESTATE SALE-Thur. thru Sun. 7/16-7/19.
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MAYTHE SACRED Heart of Jesus be adored,
glorified, loved, and preserved throughout the
world. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us.
Blessed Mother, pray for us. St. Jude, worker
of miracles, pray for us. Say this prayer for
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tails call Cindy at 727-804-4431.
S. PASADENA-2/2 Waterfront Condo, All
Amenities, Great View, New Carpet/Paint/ Ap-
pliances. All Ages. $900/Mo. BEACH & LUXU-
RY REALTY 727-492-6721.
2825 50TH ST. S. -#4 1BR/1BA, $595/Mo.
$300/Sec. Also 5019 29th Ave. S. #4 2BR/1 BA,
$695/Mo. $400/Sec. Call Jim about Move-in
Special 727-742-5140.
1 ROOM BUNGALOW-Full Kitchen and Bath.
A/C. Private driveway. Utilities Included. $25.
application fee non-refundable. NO PETS.
$575/Mo. +Security 727-327-2772.
Large Private BackYard, Small Pet OK. C/H/A.
$900/Mo. & Deposit. 727-871-5779.
1BR/1BA APT.-Centrally Located. CHA,
New Carpet/Paint, off St. Parking. $600/Mo.
plus 1st/last/Security. No Smoking. Michael
Schaffer Realtor 727-407-1347. REALTY RE-
1170sqft. Overlooking Bay & Don Cesar. 55+
with Carport. $800/Mo. Annual 727-341-1030.
view. Utilities paid. See to Appreciate. $750/
mo. 727-363-3050
TREASURE ISLAND Waterfront 1BR, Condo.
Annual. Fishing Dock, Water, Cable & Trash.
Quiet, Remodeled, Beautiful. No Pets. Avail-
able September. $725/Mo. 727-647-3328.

1BR/1.5BA, Excellent condition, 900sq.ft.,
unfurnished $800mo., All amenities!
Great location. Annual lease.
Marcoux Realty
(727) 347-1535 360-9494

KEY WEST STYLE-1 BR/1 BA Modern, Wood,
Tile Floors, Front Porch. Sec. Ref. $550/Mo.
727-384-2259. 5626 Gulfport Blvd. Single,
Mature Person. Long Term. Sm. Pet Ok.
1/1 HOUSE 2218 51ST AVE. S.- $675/Mo,
Large fenced yard. PASSMORE & COX, INC.
3017 49TH ST. S.-2BR/1BA Apt. $725/Mo.
Laundry on Site. PASSMORE & COX INC.

GULFPORT-STETSON AREA 2/3 br hardwood firs large yard $975
PINELLAS TRAIL West of 58th St. 1 br start @ $550 2br @ $695
CHILDS PARK 2/1 W&D hookups, new CHA/carpet & paint $695
BARTLET PARK 3/1 large back yard W&D hookups great price $745
FRUITLAND HGTS 3br/lba CHA, hardwood floors, dining rm $895
22nd STREET BUS DIST 3br/lba large fenced lot carport $850
CAMPBELL PARK 4br/lba Fresh Paint New Carpet. Utility room $865
jRX Rentals & Realty, Inc.

1BR APT.- Second floor. New floor & paint.
WSG included. 31st Ave. S. & 56th St.
S.Gulfport Art District Area, 1 Block from
Beach. $675. mo. 727-557-7328 or 727-251-
land. 2000SF, 2+ Master Suites, Single Care
Garage, Pool, Boat Docks. Available Now!
$1800/Mo. 727-542-8654.
Bridge, Close to Beaches, Excellent Condi-
tion. Fabulous Waterview of Intercoastal. Easy
Access to Gulf. $1795/Mo. 727-345-7036.
2/1 HOUSE 5163 4TH AVE. S.- W/D Hookups,
$750/Mo. PASSMORE & COX, INC. 727-459-
2BR/2BA, Easy 3+Bedroom. 5814 20th Ave.
S. $1060/Mo. 1st & Security. Jessica, 727-954-
Water view. Nicely Furnished. Available NOW
through end of Dec. Off Season Rates. 727-
STUDIO APT.-Overlooks Park and Tennis
Courts. Large Bath with Tub. Conveniently
located. Includes All Utilities/Cable/Internet.
Credit Check Required. 727-688-7622.
FIVE TOWNS 1/1-Condo 55+, Ground Floor.
Water, Gas, Cable Included. $600/Mo & Secu-
rity, Yearly. Swimming Pool, Club House. 727-
343-7343, 727-252-6176.
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 327-5368.

2/2 unfurnished, glass enclosed Florida room
overlooking marina, clubhouse, pool. Walk to
beach, shopping. $900/mo Annual.
Purchase for $150,000
Call Pattie Hutchinson C21 Coast To Coast

CLEAN, QUIET APTS.-AII Utilities Included.
Starting at $135Wk. 727-343-1637. Also Part
Time Handyman & Nursing Home Helper.

2502 Beach Blvd. S. #6 in Gulfport Art District
with Water, Gas Garbage and Sewer Includ-
ed. $495/Mo or $125/Wk. 727-323-7268.
GULFPORT 2BR/1BA-Office, Screen room.
Newly Renovated, New Appliances, New
CHA, Separate Storage Area. $800/Mo. 1st/
last/Security 727-656-8847.

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1BA with Separate Dining Area. C/H/A, Car-
port, Fenced Yard. Owner Pays Water, Sewer
& Garbage. $775/Mo. plus $700/Damage De-
posit. 727-942-7606 or 727-278-4852.
Charm 3 blocks from the Beach-3 Bedrooms,
2 Full Baths, Walk-in-closet, New Central Air.
$1250 Rent 727-344-2000.

1BA. w/ seperate computer room/Nursery. W/
D connections. Rear parking. Storage. WSG
included. $650/mo. 4319 4th Ave. S. Call 345-
CUTE 2BR DUPLEX-Gulfport. Recently Up-
dated. New flooring. Includes Lawn, Water,
Garbage. Great Location near Laundry, Stet-
son, Bus line. Pets ok. Background Check. De-
posit Negotiable. $695/Mo. 727-278-9620.
2820 DUPONT ST. S. 2/1 1000 sq. ft. $99
pays 1st Month rent. $400 Deposit. Available
Immediately. Brande, 813-831-7368.
Front Patio, W/D, Great Landscaping, Cats
OK, Available 8-1. $800/mo. 727-510-8538
MOTHER-IN-LAW APT.-Microwave Cook-
ing. All Utilities Including Cable/Internet. Fur-
nished/Unfurnished, Bus, Single Only. No
Pets/Smoking. $575/Mo. 9th Ave./49th St.

Pool Home. 3BR/2BA, 13'x15' Master Bed-
room. Original wood floors. Optional In-law
Suite. $1500/Mo. $1000/Security. 727-215-
7288 or 727-215-7955. Open Saturday & Sun-
day 10-2p.m. 6141 2nd Ave. S.
WANTED-for 1BR Duplex Apt.: Mature
Person(s), small Pet ok. Central A/C and
Wood floors. Convenient Location. $695/Mo. +
Electric. 727-417-5673.
Clean, Hardwood Floors, No Pets. W/D. No
Application Fee. 727-729-0385 or 727-543-

5026 26TH AVE. S.- 2BR/1 BA House, Florida
Room, Enclosed Porch, Dining Room, Large
Deck, Large Fenced Yard, Storage Shed, W/D
Hook Up, Gas Stove, C/H/A, WTW Carpet. Nice
Neighborhood. $725/Mo. & Utilities. $1400 Se-
curity & 1st Mos. Rent. Must have References,
Background Check. Pets Allowed w/Landlord
Approval. Margaret, 727-647-8904.

TOWN SHORES CONDO- Nottingham, Top
Floor Corner, 2BR/2BA, 55+, No Pets. Beauti-
ful Waterview. $1000/Mo. 727-542-2445.
DUPLEX-2206-1/2 53RD ST.-1BR + Bonus
Room, $675/Mo., $500 Security. Includes W/
S/G. Tile Flooring, Alley Access. Shed. Pets
OK. Call 727-452-5942.

EY- Walk to shops, beach. Everything close.
Includes WSG / cable. $650 plus. 602 72nd
Ave. 727-251-4102
WATERFRONT 1BR-On Bay, Huge Great
Room, 1000sqft, 10ft. Ceilings, Bamboo
Floors, Huge Balcony, Boat Dock Available.
$1450/Mo. Includes: Utilities; W/D; Cable. No
Pets/Smoking. 1000SF, Plenty of Storage,
Hasn't come Available In Years. Don't Miss this
One! 727-321-4720.

ROOM-w/Privileges, (Private Refrigerator,
Laundry), No Smoking, Quiet Neighborhood
Near Cemetary. Off-Street Parking. No Pets.
$400/Mo. + 1/3 Electric. Sweet. 727-374-

YOUR OWN ROOM & BATH-kitchen Privi-
leges. Over Looks Tampa Bay. Private Pool
heated year round. Private fishing Pier. All
Amenities, Smokeless, W/D, Cable TV. $500/
Mo. 727-867-9052.
nished Room, Quiet Neighborhood, Utilities
Included. $400/Mo. $150 Deposit. No Smoking
& Drug Free. 344-5206 or 813-927-7885

Bldg. 727-209-0606.
Front Bldg. C2. $900/Mo. plus Security De-
posit. Call Pat at 727-327-4442.
Utilities Included. Free Internet. 120-1000 sq-
ft. Available. 3530 1st Ave. N. 727-501-6078.

675 Sq.ft. M.O.L.
Located in Gabber Building
4907 Newton Ave. S., Gulfport

Call the Gabber 321-6965

OFFICE & RETAIL SPACE- From $398-$791/
Mo. Ample Parking. Madeira Beach. 727-641-


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Pool Home. 3BR/2BA, 13'x15' Master Bed-
room. Original wood floors. Optional In-law
Suite. $1500/Mo. $1000/Security. 727-215-
7288 or 727-215-7955. Open Saturday & Sun-
day 10-2p.m. 6141 2nd Ave. S.
to waterfront. 2BR/2BA plus study, screened
in back porch & deck. Several updates. Large
fenced in backyard. Priced at $184,900. 2408
59th St. S., Gulfport, Fl 33707 OPEN SUNDAY
1-4PM. Melinda Hodges, RE/MAX Metro 727-

Gulfport Central
Title Company, Inc.
Thinking of Selling or Refinancing your Home
As A Homeowner,
Providing all ofyour
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TOWN SHORES CONDO- Nottingham, Top
Floor Corner, 2BR/2BA, 1250SF, 55+, No
Pets. Beautiful Waterview. Recently Refur-
bished, First $220,000. 727-542-2445.
/1BA, New Energy Saving Windows, Gas
Stove & Shed. Fenced Yard front & back. 1345
35th Ave. N. $89,900. Days 727- 527-8494 or
Evenings 727-224-9932.
1170sqft. Overlooking Bay & Don Cesar. 55+
with Carport. $149,900 727-341-1030.
13th Ave. S. Close to Stetson, Beach, Shop-
ping, Recently Updated, Tile floors. Agent
bring Offer. Must See!
THE BEACHES Bank Owned & Underval-
ued Properties, Homes & Condos. Whitney
Collins-Shenkman, WINGATE & ASSOCI-
ATES. 727-488-5257.
GULPORT/STETSON Short Sale, Beauti-
ful, 2/1/1 Bungalow, Hardwood Floors, Fenced
Yard, Porch, Great Condition. $139,000. Make
an Offer. Super Deal. Crown Group Realty.
MOBILE HOME-2BR/2BA, Enclosed Sun
Porch. CHA, Furnished, Large Storage Shed.
Many Nice Features. In Waterfront Park. Must
See! 727-343-3590 LM.
S. PASADENA-4BR/2BA Block Home.. CHA,
Updated, $142,500. 885 67th St. S. 727-345-
FIVE TOWNS-55+ 1/1, New Paint, Carpet,
Stove, Dishwasher & Counter Tops. Remod-
eled Bath. Screened Porch on Lake. Heated
Pool. Priced to Sell $48,500. Call Meg 727-
345-4214 or 727-825-1594.

4925 28th AVE. S..- 2BR/1BA/1CG, W/D
Hookup, Room to Park Boat or RV. $139,999
Call Dave with C.R.R., 727-244-0989.

Call Don Kenney
3510 41st Ave. So. Patriot Square Condo,
1br/1ba, bright & cheerful. Roomy, totally
pristine unit, truly move-in ready
1619 53rd St. S. 2/1.5 block home.
Completely remodeled & new roof 3 years
young. 1020+ sf. great living space. Selling
for less than paid. Not short sale or
forclosure. $139,900 Owner says sell!

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Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

Owner Financing
1868 Shore Drive S #414 Spectacular wide open water view corner unit remodeled in '07, new windows and one you have to
see to believe. ONLY $217,000
1847 Shore Drive S #419 Totally remodeled dream with granite throughout, huge CA walk-in closet, large laundry room... JUST
REDUCED $214,000
5855 27th Ave. S. Absolutely beautiful 3/2 1510 sf home with garage. Large Family room, newer kitchen, windows, fully finished
upstairs loft/bedroom, great for a master bedroom. Inside & out you will love this house. Beach getaway or full time. $200,000
1893 Shore Dr. S. #314 Location, Location, Location. Don't miss this lovely 2/2 w/beautiful waterviews. ONLY $150,000

3114 59th STREET S. #401 Located in beautiful Town Shores, this corner 2/2 unit has new Kraftmaid cabinets, new stainless
appliances, new HVAC in 2005, wood and ceramic tile throughout. JUST REDUCED $185,000
6060 Shore Blvd. S. #904 m'li];a 'i':, M 2/2 Million Dollar east & west views of Boca Ciega Bay & Gulf. Hurricane shutters,
eat-in kitchen, walk-in closets. Secured. Buckingham bldg. ONLY $224,900

7645 Sun Island Dr. S. #404 Totally remodeled balcony & wide water views, new HVAC, stainless steel appliances, ceramic
throughout, 6 heated pools...what you waiting for? ONLY $84,900
21617th Ave. N.E. (St. Pete) *I iii;i;nnl Sought after old N.E. with lots of potential. Absolutely gorgeous neighborhood.
ONLY $219,000
3331 Coquina Key Drive SE llll~i i Wow-waterfront with dock and lift. Built in 1984 this Key West Style 2/2 house has
a two car garage and Ig fam. rm downstairs, a staircase landing office, large deck with open water west view. Large (room for pool)
fenced yard, professional landscaping and an irrigation system ONLY $225,000
1868 Shore Dr. S. #510 *lil];I f Wide open water 2/2 condo with newer windows, kitchen & flooring 1250 sf with
Florida room. ONLY $149,000 ,
6020 Shore Blvd #712 Wide open water view across Boca Ciega Bay to Don CeSar and the Gulf, pets welcome, 3 mo minimum I
ease ok. ONLY $275,000
12368 70th Street N Pool home in Pinebrook Estates, new 16-in ceramic tile, '06 Fibertech pool finish, fenced yard, child safety
fence around pool. This is a home you must see. ONLY $149,900

5541 La Puerta Del Sol Blvd. #412 Breathtaking views from this top floor 1320 sf unit. Located in beautiful Isla Del Sol. Fully
furnished, eat-in kitchen, loads of amenities. ONLY $269,900
S700StarkeyRd.#315- IlEEi" ilii A beautiful 2/2,1550 sf directly on Golf course, new carpet & paint
.. and has carport. Only $149,900

Suzanne Olson, PA www.theORteam.listingbook.com
Realtor One Reason, One Rationale,
727-641-2887 One Reality, One Realtor:
Suzanne Olson & The 'OR' Team
The Only Realtors you'll ever need

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Buying or Se fing

Caf 'Us
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Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 8:00 pm
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62 Gabber July 16 -July 22, 2009

New on Market!!! Lancaster #402, 2 bed/2 bath deluxe, upscale condo complete with new
custom kitchen and baths. This condo is for the discriminate buyer who wants the best of furnishings &
comforts of home. Includes carport & beautiful Marina views.................................. $189,000
Lancaster #415 2bed, 2bath, corner unit,, beautifully, updated & furnished. .......... $169,000
Lancaster #3041 bed, 1 bath, deluxe with carport, marina views ...................... $112,000
Nottingham #111, 1 bed, 1 bath deluxe, water views ......................... ............... $127,900
Embassy #702 2 bed 2 bath dexlue ..A '......................... $225,000
Embassy #409 2 bed 2 bath dexluel br/1.5bth, open water views ..................... $169,900
Embassy #808 1 bed 1.5 bath dexlue, open water views ............................... $179,000
Eton #7071 bed 1.5 bath deluxe, open water views .......................... $152,000
Hampton #310 1 bed 1 bath dexlue, waterfront marina views ......................... $119,000
South Pasadena New on Market Boca Ceiga Apts-lntercoastal Waterfront2
bed 2 bath condo wide water views, beautifully decorated, pool, carport and dock with slips available for
sale. $160,000
St. Pete Beach Starlight Towers 7000 Beach Dr. Unit #308
corner Gulf Side Waterfront unit Upham Beach Location. 2 bed 2 bath condo beautiful waterfront views.
Enjoy pool & beaches right outside your door. Well Priced $499,000
Lealman Area Single Family Residence 4550 49th Ave. N.
2 bed 2 bath, new driveway, walkway, deck, backyard w/serenity garden & pond. Large updated kitchen,
new interior, and terra-cotta tile flooring. Great Buy @ $119,000

Michele King
Mega-Million Dollar Producer
Gulfport Art District
5209 23rd Ave. South
2bdrm/lba masonry
w/newer windows,
kitchen. CH/A oversized
lot beautiful landscaping
w/many fountains. Large
384 sq ft. workshop
w/separate. 60 amp serv.
Loft storage & more. This
is a must see. $155,900
5001 28th Ave. South
3bdrm/2ba large corner
lot /lotnd
wrap-around porch.
Eclectic and charming.

5130 26th Ave. South
Bright & Sunny. 2bdrm/lba
w/terrazzo fls. Newer CH/A
& roof, large backyard.
Great price New Price
Gulfport Marina District
2809 47th St. South
Masonry cottage,
2bedrooms/lba with florida
room. French doors,
terrazzo fls. Newer roof and
more. Just V2 block from
Gulfport Marina and Clam
Bayou. New Price

St. Petersburg
Lake Maogorie
New listing 772 38th
Ave. S. Beautifully
renovated 1922
bungalow 2bdrm/2bath,
Relaxing, front porch,
hardwood fls., newer
kitchen & baths. Fenced
yards all in upcoming
neighborhood, just steps to
Lake Maggorie. New Price

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