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Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann,
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Place of Publication: Gulfport Fla
Publication Date: November 5, 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gulfport (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pinellas County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).
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Volume ID: VID00113
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this week...


Senior Extravaganza
see page 7

Senior Chat Room
see page 8

Cancer Victim
Fund Raiser
see page 10

City Thanks
Participants
see page 14

First Friday Art Walk
see page 15

Holy Name 32nd
Oktoberfest
see page 16

Art Arbor Festival
see page 17

Gulfport Concert
Series Continues
see page 22

Sunflower School
Benefit Sale
see page 27

City Wide Yard Sale
see page 30





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GulfportGeckofest Lives
on with Geckoween


By Leigh Clifton
David Lemke and Lacey Glass dress up as Dog the Bounty
Hunter and his wife Beth at the Gecko ween dance at the Casino
Friday night. About 100 people donned makeup and costumes
and danced to DJ music. Gift certificates to local businesses
were given out as prizes for the most creative costumes which
included witches, scuba guys, hippies and devils. Even Sarah
Palin showed up, although "her" legs were quite hairy. According
to new Gulfport Merchant's Association President Leslie
Gilchrist, the money raised will go to the Gulfport Senior Center,
the Gulfport Rec Center and ASAP, the aids-related division of
Hospice. "This is just an extension of Geckofest," Leslie said.
"It's yet another way we can give back to our community."
Canned donations for the Senior Center Food Bank were also
graciously accepted.


All Four SPB Ballot
Questions Pass
By Kate Bradshaw
ST. PETE BEACH It was not the
most contentious race in Pinellas
County, but the four questions that
constituted that St. Pete Beach
ballot are ones that will likely have
a lasting impact on the community.
According to the Pinellas County
Supervisor of Elections Web site,
results were not the same down the
line.
The first question, a charter
amendment that will "require voter
approval of only those comprehensive
plan amendments which change
density or intensity of uses or height
of structure, or which add or change
land use category," passed by a 20
point margin, garnering exactly 60
percent of the vote.
See Ballot, page 43

County Slated To Run
Gullfport Election
GULFPORT- Council voted to
contract with the Pinellas County
Supervisor of Elections to run
the city's March elections. The
Supervisor of Elections estimates
this election will cost Gulfport just
under $16,000.
Offices up for re-election include
the Mayor as well as Wards One
and Three (currently held by Judy
Ryerson and Bob Worthington,
respectively.)

49th Street Block
Party/Safety Fair
There will be a block party/safety
fair on the Tangerine Greenway
(18th Ave. S. and 49th St.) on
Saturday, November 7 from 10-2.
Event features bike registration,
child ID, fire safety, K-9 unit, "The
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predator and offender tracking unit
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Participants include Gulfport Crime
Awareness & Prevention, City of
Gulfport, Gulfport Police Department,
Gulfport Police Explorers, Pinellas
County Sheriffs Department, St.
Petersburg Police Department and
St. Petersburg Fire Department. For
more information, contact Jeri Reed
at 727-548-5566.

Gulfport Lions
Pancake Breakfast
The public is invited to the Gulfport
Lions first of four pancake breakfasts
of the season on Saturday, November
7 from 7 a.m. to noon. Menu includes
pancakes, eggs, sausage and tea,
coffee or milk for $4. Their address
is 4630 Tifton Drive right behind the
Gulfport Marina.
The money raised is used not only for
state Lions projects such as Florida
Lions Camp for the Handicapped,
Southeast Guide Dogs and Lions
Eye and Tissue Bank, but also for
local projects. They have provided
glasses for six area residents this
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Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers.


Two Week Stay
Allowed At Marina
GULFPORT- Boaters cruising
through Gulfport can now spend up
to two weeks at the city's municipal
marina. Prior to Tuesday night's
vote boaters could only spend up to
72 hours at the marina's transient
dock. Resolution 2009-14 passed
unanimously.

Off-Shore Drilling
Town Hall Meeting
There will be a Town Hall Meeting
to discuss Off-Shore Drilling on
Thursday, November 5 from 7-8:30
p.m. at the Gulfport Casino, 5500
Shore Boulevard S. in Gulfport.
Event features a panel of researchers,
proponents and opponents of off-shore
drilling. Sponsored by the Suncoast
League of Cities and hosted by City
of Gulfport.
For more information, contact
Bernie Young at 727-864-4711.


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Come Experience Gulfport's Flea Market

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Antiques in the Park
and Classic Car Show
On Saturday, November 7 from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ( 'm.-II Park will
host the first in a series of"Antiques in
the Park" events, an outdoor antiques
and collectibles fair co-sponsored by
the City of Gulfport and the Gulfport
Lions Club. The annual Classic Car
Show will also take place that day
in the adjacent block of the park,
co-sponsored by the City and CERTS,
with cars from 1900 through today.
There will be a great assortment of
vintage fun for sale at Antiques in
the Park, including estate jewelry,
old pottery, art, china and glassware,
clocks, old beer signs, tools, linens,
toys, Florida memorabilia, quilts,
furniture, primitives, and evenvintage
Aloha shirts. Antique exhibitors will
be set up throughout the first block of
the park, at Gulfport Boulevard and
Beach Boulevard, and admission and
parking for the public is free. The
rain date for the antique show is the
next day, Sunday, November 8.






Community-Wide Yard
Sale in St. Pete Beach
ST. PETE BEACH, FL: The St. Pete
Beach Community Center will be
hosting a community-wide yard sale
on Saturday, November 7 from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. You can sell your own
items for extra cash or come browse
for bargains. Cost for a vendor spot
is $10 for SPB residents and $12.50
for non-residents. Tables are $5 each
while supplies last. Sellers can begin
setting up as early as 6 a.m. that
morning at the Community Center,
7701 Boca Ciega Drive. Registration
will run from October 1 through
November 6 or until all spots are full.
Call 363-92455 with questions.

Corey Avenue Sunday
Market Returns
The Corey Avenue Sunday
"European Style" Market is back and
boasts new hours this season: 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Corey Avenue is blocked
between Blind Pass Rd. and Boca
Ciega Dr. featuring over 35 local
vendors. Many Corey merchants
and restaurants are open during the
market offering relaxed dining and
shopping pleasures while live music
is being played for your listening
enjoyment. Plenty of free parking
and all within walking distance.
Corey Avenue is located just off
Gulf Blvd. between 73rd and 75th
Avenues. Free admission. Visitwww.
coreyave.com or www.suntanart.org,
or call 727-498-8778.


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Saturday, November 7
8am-1 pm

St. Pete Beach Community Center
7701 Boca Ciega Drive
(727) 363-9245
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Sellers can register through Nov. 6.
Spaces are $10 for SPB Residents.
$12.50 for non-residents
Tables are $5. Set-up begins at 6am.


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Theater on the Bay
The City of Gulfport's next "Theater
on the Bay" will be held on Friday,
November 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Recreation Field (the corner of Shore
Blvd. S. and 58th St. S.). November's
movie is "Ice Age: The Meltdown".
Cartoons are offered before the
special feature at 7 p.m.
The Teen Council will provide
concessions for purchase. Movie will
be cancelled in the event of rain with


no rain date. Free. Call 727-893-1118
for additional information.

Learn about Reverse
Mortgages
An educational workshop for
seniors will be presented at Gulfport
Public Library 5501 28 Avenue S. on
Tuesday, November 17 at 10 a.m.
This workshop is designed to inform
seniors who are considering whether


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City of Gulfport, Florida Notice of Municipal

General Election and Qualifying Period Opening

Notice is herby given that, in accordance with Charter provi-
sions, the City of Gulfport will hold a Municipal General Election
on Tuesday, March 9, 2010, for the election of Mayor and two
Councilmembers in Wards 1 and 3.

Qualifying begins at 8:00 am on Monday, December 7,2009
and ends at Noon, Monday December 14,2009. Candidates for
Mayor shall be a qualified elector of the City and candidates for
Councilmember shall be a qualified elector of the ward from
which they are nominated and reside. All candidates shall have
continuously been residents of the City of Gulfport for a period
of one year prior to their nomination

Please contact the City Clerk for further qualifying information
and paperwork, 727-893-1012.

Lesley DeMuth
City Clerk


or not a reverse mortgage is a good
fit for their retirement needs and
wants.
Topics will include the effects of the
stimulus package on the program, the
pros and cons of reverse mortgages,
what the requirements are and the
associated costs. Information will
also be provided regarding recent
changes in the program affecting
condominiums, loan comparisons,
and amortizations.
This event is free to the public and
sponsored by the Senior Learning
Council, Inc. a Florida Not for Profit
corporation. For more information
please call Janet at 727-420-5257.

Community Yard Sale
Quality Self Storage of South
Pasadena is hosting a Community
Yard Sale on November 14 from
9-2 p.m. at 950 Pasadena Avenue S.
in South Pasadena next to Sweetbay
Supermarket. To register for your
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donations accepted for refreshments.




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5th Annual Senior
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The 5th Annual Senior
Extravaganza will be held on
Wednesday, November 18 at the
Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central
Park Dr. from 10-4 p.m. Come out
early for the Senior Fun Walk at
9 a.m., $3 donations for Meals on
Wheels includes, muffins Perkins,
coffee, juice, fruit and T-shirt! Doors
open inside at 10 a.m. Event features
senior friendly exhibitors, free coffee
and goodies! Free Bingo for prizes.
Win two nights at the BeauRivage,
Biloxi! $1,000's in prizes all day.
Entertainment includes, Marti
Carroll, Ken Brady, Richie Merritt
and more. Free health screenings
and the AARP/Walgreens Wellness
Tour. Check out Verizon's exhibit
and the GrandKids are the Greatest
photo contest. Free admission and
parking. Call 813-653-1988.

Town Shores
Bocce Dance
The 2009-20 Bocce season opened on
Monday with the Dover, Diplomat,
Chatham and Hampton teams
playing the first games.
The Bocce Dinner Dance is scheduled
for Saturday, November 14. Lee
Roy Selmon's will be catering with
Alex Garrido providing music for
dancing and the usual set ups will
be available. Tickets are on sale for
$16 and tables of 10 people are being
sold. See your building rep or call
Judy at 344-7558. Reservations and
money must be in by next Monday,
November 9.



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Teen Council Sets
Meeting Dates
GULFPORT- Gulfport teens who
want to take part in the city's Teen
Council will now have the freedom to
create their own meeting schedule.
Prior to Tuesday night, Gulfport's
Teen Council met on Tuesday
nights. Many teens who wanted to
participate in the Council couldn't


attend the Tuesday night meetings.
The city voted to allow the Teen
Council to set their own meeting dates
so they could better accommodate
their individual schedules.

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Recycling Truck
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recycle in style. The city voted
unanimously to purchase a new
recycling truck. The truck the city
currently uses, Interim City Manager
Jim O'Reilly told council, has some
mechanical problems. The new truck
will have one more bin than the
current truck so the city could add
another recyclable to its collection
practices.
Although resident Margarete
Tober complained that the city will
spend more than it budgeted for the
truck, O'Reilly said that the overage
fell within 10% of the budgeted
amount. According to city purchasing
guidelines, O'Reilly said, city officials
may spend up to 10% more than
the budgeted amount on a bid item
without having to get additional price
quotes. The city budgeted $192,500
for the truck by will spend $194,853.
"I think we should buy a used truck
that's been reconditioned, just to
keep with the spirit of recycling,"
Mayor Mike Yakes joked.
Gulfport currently recycles plastic,
light paper, aluminum and some
glass. State law requires cities to
offer recycling but offers no monies
to help defray the costs of collecting
recyclables.

Join the Senior's
Chat Room
The Gulfport Senior Center, 5501
27 Avenue S. in Gulfport, will
hold a Chat Room every Friday at
2 p.m. Come down and share stories
about your life and experiences with
others!


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City Decorates
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GULFPORT- With ghosts and ghouls
still warm in their holiday grave, the
city is ramping up to deck the halls
once again. Tuesday night council
voted to spend $30,465 to decorate
the town's streets. Decorations will
adorn roads, ('I ym.-I Park, and the
Waterfront Redevelopment District.
"Hopefully, we'll keep the Grinch
out of Gulfport," Vice Mayor Bob
Worthington said.
4th Annual Doll
Show and Sale
The 4th Annual Doll Show and Sale
will be held on Saturday, November
7 from 10-2 p.m. at Regal Palms,
300 Lake Avenue NE in Largo. Doll
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during the show. Free admission and
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Cut-A-Thon To Support
Cancer Victim
Submitted by Tina Mclntosh
Please join us on Sunday, November
30 from 11-7 for a day of fun, friends
and style while we support one of
our own. Gina Burke is beginning
her battle against breast cancer but
she is not alone. Help us raise her
family's spirits as we raise money
and celebrate life's many blessings.
Salon M at 2820 Beach Boulevard
in Gulfport is hosting a Cut-A-
Thon. Hair cuts will be performed
for a $25 donation. Also scheduled
are manicures, pedicures and chair
massages. There will be a bake
sale, lemonade stand, and items for
auction and raffle. All proceeds will
go to Gina and her family. Anyone
interested in helping or donating
goods/services can contact Marta
at 323-7870 or palmpass@aol.com
or Tina at 424-4294 or tinahair9@
gmail.com. Remember the more
people who visit the more we can
help. So please give this article to
friends and neighbors. Thanks for
your support!

MARSP to Meet
Meetings are held on the second
Tuesday of each month from
November through April at 11:30
a.m. at the Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1900
34 Street N. Call Wendy at 572-9854
with questions.


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Players Open
"Beau Jest"
The Gulfport Community Players
will be kicking off their new 2009-
2010 season with a delightful
comedy written by James Sherman
entitled, "Beau Jest" on Thursday,
November 5 at Gulfport's Hickman
Theater. The play centers around
a nice Jewish girl who happens to
be dating a guy who is not Jewish,
although her parents don't know
this. In order to keep this fact from
them, she hires an escort to pose as
her boyfriend. They all meet one
another for a nice dinner and then
things get a little more complicated
and funny from there on out.
The play's director, Victor Carr,
has chosen another excellent cast for
the play including Rebekah Sweet,
Jim Russell, Ben Sandrowitz, Rikki
Lewis, Walter Raine, and Kelly
Smith. Join the Players for a night or
an afternoon of outstanding comedy
from Gulfport's original community
theater group.
Tickets are just $15 each and
are available at Eileen's Resale
Boutique, the Beach Bazaar, the
Gulfport Casino, the Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce, at the door,
or by calling them at 727-322-0316
for advance sales.
For more information on the
play or the Players, please visit
their website at: http://www.
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1st & 3rd Sundays
from: 10 am to 12:30 pm
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(727)867-7015


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mornings at 10 am
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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
www.uuunited.org
727-344-5407


Gulfport Homeowner
to Preach
Gulfport Presbyterian Church
welcomes the Rev. Lois Robinson
Lehman to the pulpit on Sunday,
November 1 and 8. Lois owns the
home on the 45th Street cul-de-sac
presently occupied by her son, Capt.
David Dant. She retired recently as
a Presbyterian pastor in Pocomoke
City, MD, and currently lives in
Delaware. The public is invited to join
the congregation for these worship
services at 10:30 a.m., 5313 27
Avenue S. Call Kathy any morning
M-F at the church office 321-8086.


Lake Maggiore Baptist Church
A Multi- Cultural, Congregational
Southern Baptist Church
Pastor Ronald R Flucker
4100 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. S.
727-302-1674
email: LakeMaggiorell@knology.net
Single, Widowed, Divorced?
Join us on Sunday at 9:30 am for Bible Study &
Fellowship. Refreshments, Birthdays Celebrated
Sunday Morning:
Bible Study 9:30am. Worship Service 11am.
Sunday Evening:
Discipleship Training 6pm Worship Service 7pm
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Thanksgiving Dinner
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Paradise Lutheran Church
of Treasure Island is hosting a
traditional Thanksgiving dinner at
12 noon on Thursday, November 26
and everyone is invited. Take time to
celebrate, enjoy fellowship and give
thanks.
Paradise Lutheran is located at 10255
Paradise Boulevard. Reservations
are required. Call 360-5739 or
347-2272 no later than November
11.


Pilgrim Congregational
United Church of Christ
You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
Nursery Available
Adult Sunday School 9:30 am
SWednesday Bible Study
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Pet Fest at Pasadena
Community Church
Pasadena Community Church is
hosting a Pet Fest on November 7
from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There will
be a blessing of all pets, displays and
vendors with pet related services or
products. Food to include lunch will
be available featuring Dave's Dawgs,
snacks and cold drinks. All proceeds
from this event will go to offset the
cost of counseling for anyone in need,
there is not requirement that the
person be a member of their church.

Customers Wanted
Christ Lutheran Church will hold
a craft, flea market and estate sale
on Saturday, November 7 from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Come early, have lunch,,
fun and fellowship. The church is
located at 3451 30 Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg. Call 526-3265.


Schedule of Worship
Sunday Worship
8:00 AM & 10:00AM
Wednesday 10:00 AM
(Healing)


St. Philip's Anglican Church
7865 66th St. N. W
Pinellas Park, FL 33781 e
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The Rev. John H. Poole
Sunday School ........ 9am
Sunday Worship........ 10am
Wednesday:
Mass 11am & 7pm
Bible Study 11:30am & 7:30pm
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Methodist Church
28th Ave. S. & 53rd St.

Saturday
November 14 -.
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Community Metaphysical Church
1950 2nd Ave. No., St. Petersburg
(727) 822-8628 (727) 822-3157
Sunday Worship Services 11:00 am
Sat. Nov. 7, Psychic Fair, 12-4 pm
Tues. Nov. 10, Gentle Yoga 10:30 am
Thursday Men of Color, 7 pm
Friday, Nov. 6, 7-9pm
A Celestial Evening of
Healing Sound Vibratrion
Swami Laraaji & Rosie Warburton
Sunday, Nov., 8, 1-3:30pm
Laughter Meditation Workshop
Swami Laraaji
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Join us this Sunday!

"When You are Betrayed"


9:00 am Direct Connection Contemporary Service
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11:00 am Traditional Service


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Volunteers
Gulfport Teen Council
Darien Brown
Dimanual Butler
Lou Dobrowolski
Patrick Flanigan
Jonathon Garcia
Speedy Gibson
Paul Latragna
Brian Lawrence
Mary Ann McGinnis
Pam McGinnis
Anthonie Nederhand
Janice Ryan
Mary Stull
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The City of Gulfport
would like to send
special
recognition and
thanks to all who
participated
in the
2009 Spooktacular
Halloween Bash
Presenters
The City of Gulfport
Gulfport City Departments
C.E.R.T. Team
Casino
Facilities Maintenance
Library
Marina
Parks Division
Police Department
Police Explorers
Public Works Department
Recreation Division
Senior Center
Streets Division







Volunteers Needed
The City of South Pasadena
is looking for two volunteers to
serve on the Firefighters' Pension
Board. Applications are available
at City Hall, 7047 Sunset Drive S.,
Clerk's office. For information, call
347-4171.










First Friday
Art Walk
Celebrate the end of the dog days
at Gulfport's First Friday Art Walk
on November 6 from 6-10 p.m. En-
joy an autumn night while taking
in Gulfport's authentic "Old Flor-
ida" atmosphere. Peruse the work
of over 50 artists and crafters, as
well as authors, antique dealers
and entertainers stretched over
a half-mile up and down scenic
Beach Blvd. Unique art and gifts
are available to jump-start your
holiday shopping, or to treat your-
self. While browsing the art and
craft booths, don't miss Gulfport's
unique shops, boutiques and gal-
leries. Enjoy dinner at one of over
a dozen fine restaurants within
the Art District, now one of the
foremost dining destinations in the
Bay Area. Star-gaze and people-
watch while strolling under the
lighted trees in this seaside vil-
lage. No chain stores, no malls, no
parking meters; just small-town
charm. Live entertainers includ-
ing Gail Biron, Dwayne S1.il..n
Gun Hill Road and others will be
appearing at venues throughout
the Village. The Industrial Arts
Center features demonstrations
by award-winning glass blower
Owen Pach, and offers Blow Your
Own Glass mini-classes. Art Walk
takes place on the first Friday and
third Saturday of every month,
year round. Free Gulfport trolley
rides, free parking, pet and fam-
ily friendly. Vendors can download
the application at www.SuzieKing.
com. For more information call
866-ARTWALK.

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Seniors Celebrate Halloween

A ghoulish good time was had
vt.r2 by Gulfport diners at the Gulfport
Senior Center on Friday, October
30 as Neighborly Care Network
celebrated Halloween with their
annual Pajama'Costume Party. A
Variety of guests attended. There
was an Uncle Sam, a lovely Hula
t couple, The Pick of the Litter, A
Lion Trainer, Wonderful Witches,
a Gorgeous Lady in Pink, a lady in
Head to toe Halloween, a Funky
Clown and a beautiful lady dressed
in her native culture. You could
also see some folks in flannel night-
Mr. and Mrs Gifford dressed as hula dancers at gowns, rollers, and jammies.
the annual costume party at the Gulfport Senior The Famous "Betty Reith" punch
Center The Famous "Betty Reith" punch
was served, along with cookies,
pretzels and various treats! Lots of fun and prizes were awarded for the Pass
the Pumpkin Game, the Twist Contest, and the costume contest. A frightfully
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Holy Name 32nd Annual Oktoberfest


Four year old Jasmin Stanton holds on as she rides the carousel at Most Holy Name's
Oktoberfest last Thursday night. Her grandfather Kenny Stanton holds onto her from
behind, just in case...
By Leigh Clifton
Most Holy Name of Jesus Christ Church held their 32nd annual Oktoberfest
over the Halloween weekend. Proceeds from the event are used to subsidize
the Catholic children of the parish who wish to attend private Catholic school.
Holy Name's own school was closed due to minimal attendance in 2003.
According to parish manager Eileen Plasse, the combination of the failing
economy and Halloween made for a slower than usual attendance this year.
The ride vendors were booked every other weekend in October, so Halloween
weekend was the only one available for the celebration. Still, it was a successful
one. Plasse said that every year is like a homecoming with the community;
often people get to see friends they haven't seen in years.
"We're so grateful for the wonderful support Gulfport has given us over
the years," Plasse said. "The City officials have been really helpful as well.
Although attendance was down, we still view our Oktoberfest as a success!"
This was the first Oktoberfest for Mandrea Byrd and her family. Her eight
month old daughter Yahirah's baby carriage was filled with stuffed animals
and toys that her daddy Charles had won for her.
"We are really enjoying this tonight," Byrd said.
Next February, Holy Name will be celebrating their 50th year as a parish.





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Christmas Bazaar at
Church and Thrift Shop
On Saturday, November 14 First
United Methodist Church Gulfport
will hold their Christmas Bazaar in
the Fellowship Hall and at Sophie's
Attic Thrift Shop (28th Ave. S. and
53rd Street) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Event features gift baskets, jewelry,
cards, decorations, white elephants,
crafted items, plants, baked goods,
and a queen size handmade yo-yo
bedspread! Their Sophie's Attic Thrift
Shop has clothing, sweaters, jewelry,
books, dishes, glassware, holiday
decorations, baskets, etc. Lunch is
available and includes sandwiches,
homemade chicken vegetable soup,
soda/coffee, and dessert.
Check out their Sunday morning
happenings: Sunday School for all
ages starts at 9:15 a.m., Traditional
Worship at 10:30 a.m., and Fellowship
Time at 11:30 a.m. On Wednesday
evenings their chef prepares a snack
supper (reservations required by
Monday noon) followed by their "Faith
Plugged In" Contemporary Service.

Christmas Bazaar
and Flea Market
The public is invited to a Christmas
Bazaar and Flea Market on November
14 at Transfiguration Catholic Church
located at 4000 43 Street N. in St.
Petersburg from 8-4 p.m. Over 75
vendors, new and used merchandise,
food, drinks, kiddie rides, bing ball
game, raffle, bloodmobile, St. Pete
police, Lealman fire and rescue, US
Army and much more.


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49 Days of Creativity
and Art
49/2 continues on 49th Street S. in
Gulfport with City of Imagination
celebrating 49 days of creativity and
art.
On Saturday, November 7, there will
be an African Art Collection Exhibit
and special speaker, David Beweley
at the 49th Street Community Center,
1617 49th Street S. in Gulfport. One
night only to see this extraordinary
private collection. Doors open at
7 p.m. Program starts at 7:30 p.m.
Free admission. Complimentary light
refreshments.
In addition, there are two locations
of art exhibition for 49 days.
City of Imagination is featuring
paintings by artist, author, actor
and playwright John DiSanza in the
lobby of the Wachovia Bank building
during business hours, Monday
through Friday and Saturday
mornings. These new works are
colorful, bold and energetic images of
flowers. Wachovia Bank is located at
200149 Street S., Gulfport. Readmore
about Mr. Di Sanza on the Feature
Page at www.cityofimagination.info.
City of Imagination and The
Longhouse is also featuring paintings
by artist Kim Dohrman at The
Longhouse at 2309 49 Street S. Ms.
Dohrman is an award-winning visual
artist, is Associate Director of Arts
Services at Creative Clay Cultural
Arts Center and is 2008's Creative
Clay Emerging Leader. Read more
about Ms. Dohrman on the Feature
Page at www.cityofimagination.info.



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Halloween Costume Contest Winners
This year's Spooktakular Halloween Bash Costume Contest was amazing.
There were many adorable and scary costumes that entered the Recreation
Center. This year's winners were as follows: AGES 0-1, 1st place The Tramp,
2nd place, Triceratops, 3rd place, Cowboy; AGES 2-3, 1st place Cowboy, 2nd
place, Pirate, 3rd place- Flamingo; AGES 4-5, 1st place Ninja, 2nd place-
Green Skeleton, 3rd place- Ariel; AGES 6-7, 1st place- Batgirl, 2nd place- Pi-
rate, 3rd place Knight; AGES 8-9, 1st place- Birthday Cupcake, 2nd place-
Hula Girl, 3rd place- Mummy; AGES 10-12, 1st place- Headless Women, 2nd
place- Rat Lady, 3rd place- Scream; and BEST FAMILY THEME 1st Place,
Cat in the Hat with Thing 1 & 2, 2nd place Snow Queen & Yeti, 3rd place -
The Japanese Family. Thank you judges, our many sponsors, volunteers (who
had more fun than the children) and all that participated to make this event
another success! We could not do it without you!

29th Annual


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Family Festival


Saturday El Sunday,
November 7 l 8
10am,5pm


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1101 Country Club Way South
St. Petersburg


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Live Music All Day
Food Court
Wildlife Shows
Free Guided Tram
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The November 12th program will
be held at 1620 Park Street N. at
1 p.m. It will be hosted by Eric
Anderson who will discuss gardens,
birds and the history of Tocobaga
native lands. This is also near the
spot where the Spanish explorer
Panfilo de Narvaez landed in the
1500s.
Enter and park by the old Saffron's.
Those who want to carpool may
make arrangements with friends.
This should be an interesting,
educational and fun afternoon.
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Carlos Yepes, St. Pete: "Absolutely
yes, I think it should be mandatory
for the schools to notify parents about
the potential risk of infection. It would
possibly keep more kids from getting
the flu, if parents could make an in-
formed decision. I have a 24 year old
daughter, who is pregnant and a lot
of the warnings have been for preg-
nant women to get vaccinated. But
my worry is that there just hasn't
been enough testing, especially on
the effect the vaccine might have for
these women and their babies. My
daughter read all the material and
did as much research as she could. In
the end, she got the Swine Flu shot.
It made her lethargic and sick for the
first day. After that, she had no prob-
lems with it, so now she feels like she
and her baby will be protected."


Susan Beai, St. Pete: "I have a 12
year old son and I would definitely
want to know if someone in his school
had contracted Swine Flu. I feel that
the school board should have an ac-
tion plan to handle this situation
and I think all parents have a right
to know. Having said that, I'm still
not sure whether or not I would get
my child vaccinated; I need more in-
formation about the vaccine itself.
It makes me extremely nervous that
it's a live virus used for the vaccine.
I don't think we've been given nearly
enough information about it."


Tim Brown, So.Pasadena: "Yes, I
do think the schools should let the
parents know if there's a possibility
that their child could be exposed to
the flu. Parents have the absolute
right to be informed and to know
if someone in their kid's school has
been infected. I have a 10 year old
son and he's going to get vaccinat-
ed. He's already had other flu shots
before with no ill effects, so I'm not
worried about him getting the vac-
cine.


Tess Lafeye, Gulfport: "I think everybody should be told. I actually got the
Swine Flu and it was really awful. If one kid at a school gets it, it can spread to
everybody and those sick kids bring it home to the parents, who can then spread
it at their workplace. I have three grandkids in school and if someone at their
school had the Swine Flu, I would expect my son to get a note about it. But I told
my son that there is absolutely no way those kids are getting a Swine Flu shot,
because they just don't know if it will actually work. I've had several of my doctor
and nurse friends tell me not to get vaccinated. Basically, they're putting a dis-
ease into your body and hoping that your body will fight it off. What if it doesn't?
I've known people who got the shot and got really sick from it; sicker than others
who actually had the flu. When I was sick, I had a really high temperature and
finally went to the doctor, who tested me and found I was positive for H1N1. I
was still sick and having symptoms like the cough for over a month. It just keeps
hanging on. I've heard that some of the ingredients in the vaccine aren't even
FDA approved. I think they rushed it into production without adequate testing
and I think that's dangerous. When I have nurses and doctors tell me not to do
something (like not get the shot) I usually pay attention. So I think the schools
should definitely tell parents if their child has been exposed to Swine Flu. Not to
do so is very irresponsible."


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Halloween Spooktacular


People were lined
up at the door
anticipatingthecandy
and fun inside during
Gulfport Recreation's
annual Halloween
Spooktacular held
Halloween night.


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November Money
Prize Show
The Art Guild is seeking artists
to enter its November money
prize art show. It will be awarding
$400 in prizes to the winners.
Show is open to all. Entry date is
November 5 between 9 a.m. and
1 p.m. at The Treasure Island City
Hall Auditorium, 120 108 Avenue.
Entry fee is $10 members and $20
nonmember. Membership is $30
yearly.
There will be a reception for the
winners on November 14 at 1 p.m.
Ruth Philpon is our guest artist. All
artists arewelcomeandrefreshments
will be served. Call Fred at
360-8390.

Opening Reception for
Exhibit at the Hickman
City of Imagination invites you
to an Opening Reception for the
exhibit "Under the Skin": Portraits
at the Hickman. New Port Richey
artist Stephen Schatz has lived and
worked in Paris, traveled and studied
extensively through Europe, and is
currently the Professor of Art and Art
History for St. Petersburg College. His
subtle portraits are of people you'd
likely see anywhere, and in whom
you see the substance beneath their
everyday faces.
Opening Reception is First Friday,
November 6 from 5-7 p.m. at the
Catherine Hickman Theatre Lobby
5501 27 Avenue S. in Gulfport.
Complimentary light refreshments
and cash bar available. Admission is
free.
The exhibition will run through
November 30 and is available for
viewing during normal lobby hours:
Monday thru Friday, 9-5pm. FMI
contact City of Imagination at www.
cityofimagination.info.


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South Pasadena
Civic Association
The South Pasadena Civic
Association is sponsoring their
annual Thanksgiving Dinner on
Saturday, November 7 at 5:30 p.m.
at City Hall. Cost is $12 members,
$14 for nonmembers. Call Agnes at
347-5292 for tickets. Ten games of
bingo will be played after dinner.
The next regular meeting will
be Wednesday, November 11 at
1:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Eichenbaum. The meeting is
open to all.
Bingo is held every Thursday at
12:30 p.m.

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Science Center of Pinellas
Animal Curator Donna Vitale
shows off one of the creepy-
crawlies on display for the little
ones at last week's Halloween
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Fall Concerts on the
Point Continue
The Gulfport Merchants
Association, the City of Gulfport and
the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
are once again collaborate to host
live free concerts the second Fridays
throughout the Fall. The free
concerts start at 7:30 p.m. with
beer, wine and hot dog concessions.
"The Party Time Band" will perform
dance music on Friday, November
13 on the waterfront behind the
Recreation Center at 5730 Shore
Boulevard S. For more information
contact 727-344-3711.

Free Seminars on
Computer Technologies
Continually baffled by the world of
computers? Think those "Dummies"
books were written just for you?
You'll definitely want to mark
your calendar for the first two
Saturday in November, when
St. Petersburg College Information
Services Librarian Chad Mairn will
be at the St. Pete Beach Library to
demonstrate and explain the latest
technologies.
On November 7, the topic will
"Tweets & Blogs"; on November
14, "iPhones, Blackberries & Other
Mobile Devices."
The free programs begin at 11 a.m.
The St. Pete Beach Library is located
at 365 73rd Avenue, St. Pete Beach.



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8 a.m. 3 p.m.
Always Available Menu:
Bagels and assorted Danish
Sandwiches:
Hot Dogs
Tuna, Egg and Chicken Salad
Assorted Soups
Ice Cream items
Beverages Available include:
Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate,
Sodas and Juices
Check for Daily Specials!

Daily Congregate Dining offered
By Neighborly Care Network
Monday to Friday at 12 noon
Contact Jay at 344-2111
to apply for the program
(5 day processing time)

Prepaid Guest meals available
$5.25 (3 days notice needed)

Volunteer Opportunities
Senior Center:
Contact Cynthia at 893-1231

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Suite 140
South Pasadena
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SPCA Pet of the Week
Ash is a beautiful 4 year old white and grey female who
is playful and full of spunk! She came to the SPCA Tam-
pa Bay with her brother Smoke, a sweet 6 year old who is
also white and grey. They would like to remain together,
so if you are looking for a pair to add to your current fam-
ily, swing by and meet Ash and Smoke. SPCA Tampa
Bay is located at 9099 130 Avenue N. in Largo, or call
727-586-3591.


Foster or Adopt a Retired Racer
Meet Brandy, a female white & brindle greyhound. She's
gentle as a cloud, sweet, and cuddly. Brandy listens and
obeys when called and learns quickly. With positive rein-
forcement she will overcome some shyness and is sure to
blossom into a rare and special companion. Brandy is cat
and small dog friendly. If you would like to meet Brandy
or any of our other greyhounds, please call Greyhound
Pets of America on (727) 595-7852, visit our website:
www.greyhoundpets.com, or see us at the Tyrone PetSmart on most Sundays
from noon to 2pm. Call first if you want to meet a specific dog.



Friends of Strays
Tyra is a beautiful 6 month old Domestic Short Hair
black kitty. Tyra is playful and gets along with other
S cats. She is kicking off Friends of Strays Black Beauty
Month. All black cat and kitten adoption fees are re-
duced to only $20 from November 1-30. Adoption fees
include spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip and coun-
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Tuesday-Sunday from 10-3 p.m. or call 727-522-6566 for
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Joanne & Chris, The Silver Spin-
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Sale to Benefit
SunFlower School
SunFlower School, a small private
elementary school that has been
located in the Gulfport Presbyterian
Church for over 25 years, is having a
big fundraising garage sale on Friday,
November 6 from 9 to 3 and Saturday,
November 7 from 9 to 2. The sale will
be in the church hall, near the corner
of 54th St. S. and 27th Ave. S. There
will be furniture, children's clothing
and toys, premium adult clothing,
books and housewares.

Roser Park Art Festival
The Historic Roser Park Art Festival
returns for its sixth year on Saturday,
November 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
and Sunday, November 8, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Uniquely situated in
the hilly environs of St. Petersburg's
scenic Roser Park neighborhood,
the festival brings together more
than 70 artists from all over the
country. Festival-goers will enjoy
music by local bands and a variety of
food and drink. Painters, sculptors,
photographers and craftspeople will
set up their booths along Booker
Creek on Roser Park Drive (10th Ave.
S.), just behind Bayfront Medical
Center. Admission donation is $1,
children 18 and under are free with
parent. A portion of the proceeds go
to Brookwood Home for Girls. Free
parking is available at Bayfront
parking garage with shuttle to the
festival. For more information, go to
call 352-344-9657.



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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Closed for Veterans Day: The Senior
Center & GEMS will be closed on Wed.
Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day.
Fitness Center: Come try our new
fully equipped Fitness Center every
weekday, 8am-4pm and Tues. & Thurs.
8am-7pm. Must be a registered Senior
Center member and at least 50 yrs. old.
Registration/small fee required. Call for
more info.
Phone Distribution for Hearing
Impaired: Amplified phones will be
available at no cost for Florida residents
with a hearing loss on Tues. Nov. 17, 9:30-
11:30am. This monthly service is made
possible by Deaf & Hearing Connection.
Luminaries on Sale at Senior Center:
The Senior Center will join the City of
Gulfport in celebrating the holidays.
Luminaries will be placedin ( 'I. 'ri i' Park
during the Holiday Tree Lighting on Mon.
Nov. 30 at 7pm. You can designate your
luminary in one of three ways: In Honor
of, In Memory of, or Holidays Greetings
from-a dear loved one, friend or business.
A program listing those honored will be
available at the tree lighting. Luminaries
are $2 each and can be purchased at the
Senior Center no later than Mon. Nov.
23. Make checks payable to the Gulfport
Senior Center Foundation. All proceeds
benefit the Foundation.


A Weekend Wonderland Fundraiser:
Mark your calendar for Sat. Dec. 5th from
9am to 2pm for the Senior Center Flea
Market and Better Boutique Shop. No
entry ticket required. Low cost breakfast
& lunch available. All proceeds benefit
the Senior Center Foundation.
Donations Needed: Donations of new
or gently used items with the exception
of clothing are gladly accepted for our
Weekend Wonderland Fundraiser.
Computer Classes: One-on-one training
sessions are available at no cost. Call for
an appointment.
Diabetic Education Classes: Mon. Nov.
9 & 23 at 10am.

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES:

AARP Driving Classes: are held on the
first two Tuesdays of every month from
1-4pm. Call 867-7888 to register and fee
info.
Wii Bowling: Daytime Wii Bowling has
been so successful we are offering two
evenings (Tues. Nov. 3 & 17) at 6:30pm.
Stetson students will be here to show you
how easy it is! Fun is guaranteed!
Thanksgiving Dinner Party: Tickets
($5) are now available for the Senior
Center's annual Thanksgiving Dinner
Party that will be held on Tues. Nov. 24
at 11:30am. Seating is limited.
Free Memory Screenings: will be


or 893-2237
offered on Wed. Nov. 17, 9am-3pm.
Appointments required. Courtesy of the
Alzheimer's Association.
Two Presentations. Wed. Nov. 18 at
10:30am:
Investment Selections by Cliff Cook from
Raymond James
Helping Yourself Navigate the Medical
System by Hospice

RESUMING FOR THE SEASON:

Spanish Classes: Mon. Beginners at
4pm; Conversation at 5:10pm
Quilting: Tues. 10am
Investment Discussion: Wed. at
10:30am
Bone Strengthening Exercise: Wed. at
11:15am
Yoga: Wed. at 1:30am; Chair Yoga:
Wed. at 3:45pm
Line Dancing: Thurs. at 9:30am
Italian Language: Thurs 6-8pm, all
levels
Writers Group: Fri. at 10am
Live Chat Room: Fri. at 2pm

Ongoing Support Groups:
Diabetic Support (1st & 3rd Mon. at
10am)
Hearing Support (1st & 3rd Mon at
2pm)
Vision Support (2nd & 4th Mon at 2pm)
Caregiver Support, Wed. 2pm


* Gulfport Library


5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074


PROGRAMS AND MEETINGS:
Gulfport Creative Short Story Writ-
ers: Every Wednesday, 10:00 am.
One-on-One Computer Instruction:
By appointment only--contact Alex Hooks
at the Reference Desk, or call 893-1073.
Art Exhibit: Pastels by Paul Nucci.
Starts Friday, November 6.
"Grandma Reads Stories at the Li-
brary!": Saturdays, 11:30 am. Starts
November 7, with the "grandmother" of
The Cat in the Hat!
Author Talk and Book Signing: Sat-
urday, November 7, 2:00 pm. Philip Tro-
pea, operatic tenor and author of Marco.
Crafts Club for All Ages: Saturdays,
November 7 and 21, 2:00 pm. Presented
by Pat Brinkley.
LIBRARY CLOSED: Wednesday, No-


vember 11, for Veterans Day.
Suncoast Computer Users Group:
Thursday, November 12, 6:00 pm.
Scrapbookers Club for Teens &
Adults: Make beautiful pages of memo-
ries. Saturday, November 14, 1:00 pm.
Retirement Planning Workshop for
Seniors: Tuesday, November 17, 10:00
am. Presented by the Senior Learning
Council.
Coffee/Talk: Thursday, November 19,
10:00 am. Discussion of The Book Thief,
by Markus Zusak. Books and discussion
guides available at the Reference Desk.
Coffee/Talk Movie: "Into the Arms of
Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport"
(Warner, 2000). Thursday, November
19, 1:30 pm. Oscar-winning documen-
tary about Jewish children transported to


Britain to escape the Holocaust, narrated
by Dame Judi Densch. (2 hours)

Unless otherwise noted, all programs
and meetings are held in
The Frances Purdy Friends Room
Open Monday-Friday: 10 am 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am -4 pm
All meetings and programs are free and
open to the public
Programs and dates are subject to
change
For more information, call: 893-1074,
email: gpublib@yahoo.com,
or check our website:
www.mygulfport.us/gpl
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i in the Community


Recreation Center 5730 Shore Blvd. So 893-1068


RECREATION WEBSITE-www.
mygulfport.us and follow the links:
City Departments, Leisure services,
Rec. Center.

Tomlinson Skate Park Sticker
Purchase New Sticker
due Oct. 09
Annual cost $5 res./$10 non-res. Reg-
istration: Age 17 and under must be
accompanied by a parent, have proof
of residency and fill a consent form.
Availability to register: Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m.-8 p.m.

ACTIVITIES
Open Gameroom Tues. & Thurs.,
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Adult Basketball Mon., Wed. &
Fri, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and Thurs., 6-9
p.m.

PROGRAMS
School Year Child Care Pro-
gram Grades K-5, (up to age 14 on
in-service days).
Teen Night Teens, age's middle
school to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9
p.m.
Tot Time Program Ages 3-5 year
old, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

CLASSES Call instructor for
more information
* AAYA Dance Thurs., 6 p.m.
Call AAYA 813-885-2292.
* AAYA Cheerleading Tues., 6 p.m.
Call AAYA 813-885-2292.
* Body Sculpt-RETURNS IN NO-
VEMBER- Thurs., 6:30 p.m.
Call Billie at 239-313-0876.
* Cane Self Defense Class-Mon.,
6:30-7:30 p.m.
Call Mike at 320-5035
* Dog Obedience Wed., 6:30 p.m.
Call Lisa at 772-3631.
* Fencing Wed., 4:30 & 5:30 p.m.
Call Jim Campoli at 813-855-3112.
* Gymnastics Fri., 5:30 p.m.
Call Barbara at 804-9400.
* Karate Mon. & Fri., 6:30 p.m.
Call Diane at 459-1399.


* LAST DRAG smoking cessation
workshop starting Tuesday Nov. 17,
6:30-8:30pm
Call Betty at 727-642-6049
* Nia Wed., 9:00 am.
Call Kaluwa at 729-9410.
* Noisemakers Mon., 6 p.m.
Call Gabe at 345-7472.
* Sumyie Wed., 6:30 p.m.
Call Mike at 320-5035.
* Stretch and Tone Tues. & Thurs.,
9-10 a.m.
Call Jean 302-9423
* Tai Chi Tues. & Thurs., 9 a.m.
Call Oletta at 344-5181 or Marge at
345-6708.
* Tennis Tues., 4:30 p.m., 5 p.m.
and 6 p.m.
Call Jack at 430-0690.
* Watercolor Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Patsi at 501-3559.
* Watercolor- Art for Living- Starts
Nov. 3rd,Wed., 9:30 a.m. -Noon.
Call Judith at 328-7490.
* Yoga Thurs.., 6:30 p.m.
Call Maureen at 381-2166.







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THEATER
OF GULFPORT
5501 27th Ave. So.
(enter on 26th Ave.)
893-1070

"BEAU JEST",
A comedy about falling in love
with a little white lie

Nov. 5-15,
Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.
Sun. Matinee, 2 p.m.

Tickets $15. Available at Gulfport
Casino, Eileen's Resale Boutique,
Beach Bazaar, Gulfport Chamber
or call 727-322-0316


Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-1070
Mon. & Wed., 1:30 Vitalife Ex-
ercise class
Sun. 6:30pm, Overeaters Anon-
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BALLROOM

5500 Shore Blvd. So.
893-1070


SPECIAL EVENTS

1940's USO SWING DANCE
TEN O'CLOCK 18 pc.
BIG BAND
Fri., Nov. 6, $13
8 pm-12:30 am
www.SwingTime.info


WEEKLY DANCES

Every Sunday
6-10pm Ballroom Dance
&Band $7

Every Tuesday
12 3pm- Ballroom Lessons $7
12-1 Inter, 1-2 Beg., 2-3 Dancing

6:30-10:30pm-Argentine Tango $7
6:30-8pm Lesson, 8-8:30 Practice,
8:30-10:30pm Milonga

Every Wednesday
6 11pm- Swing Dance $7
6-8 Lessons, 8-11 pm Swing Dance

Every Thursday
7-10pm-Salsa
7-8:30 Lessons,8:30-10 Dance $7


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Bi-Yearly Gulfport City-Wide Yard Sale and
"Antiques in the Park" & "Classic Car Show"
at Clymer Park, Saturday, November 7, 2009
What you need to know about the next City-Wide Yard Sale:
Each 1st Saturday of each month, you can have your yard sale at your Gulfport
residence and it's Permit Free. On this "special" Saturday, November 7th, a
brochure will be created with your address no charge! (Rain date, November
8th)
You can get the City Wide Yard Sale Brochure on Thursday, November 5 at all
City facilities or a complete address list in the Gulfport Gabber in the garage
sale section. On Saturday, November 7, (' lyin.-i Park (corner of Gulfport Blvd.
S. and Beach Blvd. S.) will be the main hub to pick up your brochure at the day
of the event. Visit the "Antiques in the Park and Classic Car Show" show as
one of your stops! There will be food and drink vendors available.
The City-Wide Yard Sale is sponsored by the City of Gulfport. The Classic
Car Show" is sponsored by CERT and the City of Gulfport. The "Antiques
in the Park" is sponsored by the City of Gulfport and Gulfport Lions Club,
and managed by Hula Hula Productions. Both (' lm.-.1 Park events begin at
10 a.m.
(NOTE: For more information on the City-Wide Yard Sale, contact Gail at
727-893-1118. For more info on the "Antiques in the
Park" event, contact Annette at 727-421-0441.)














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Seminar Offers Tips on
Vegetable Gardens
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
of Vegetable Gardening takes place
Saturday, Nov. 7, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
at Pinellas County Extension, 12520
Ulmerton Road in Largo. Find out
how to combat plant disease and
cultivate a bountiful vegetable
garden. Learn how to spot the
first signs of infestation, how to
treat your garden successfully and
how to tell the difference between
beneficial insects and ones that
need to be removed. The cost to
enroll is $15. To register, visit www.
pinellascountyextension.org, click
on the "Online Class Registration"
button and then the "Lawn and
Garden" tab. You may also call (727)
582-2100 to register.

Breakfast with Dali
The Salvador Dali Museum is
pleased to announce the Breakfast
with Dali program for children
6-12 years old and their families on
Saturday, November 7 from 9:30-
11:30 a.m. Enjoy an interactive tour
through the galleries before it opens
to the public followed by a breakfast
buffet and crafts.
General admission is $15 per
adult and $10 per child. Limited
to 20 children plus their parents.
To register and pre-pay to secure
a spot, call 823-3767, ext. 3024 or
email Bethany Mead at bmead@
thedali.org.


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BungalowFest
Tour of Homes
Historic Kenwood will hold a
BungalowFest Tour of Home on
Saturday, November 7 from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Tickets ($15 day of) and
tour information will be available
at Historic Kenwood's park located
at 2900 Third Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg. Pre-sale tickets for $10
may be purchased at Craftsman
House Gallery at 2955 Central
Avenue N.
The tour highlights the history
of the bungalow and will include
a tour of 12 historic homes. The
neighborhood was recently added
to the National Register of Historic
Places and was also named a top
ten cottage neighborhood by Cottage
living magazine in 2006.
For more information regarding
tickets or the tour, please call Sue
Heyen at (727) 323-8441 or www.
historickenwood.org.

BPW to Meet
Business and Professional Women
will meet on Thursday, November
5 at 400 Beach Seafood and Tap
House located at 400 Beach Drive
NE in St. Petersburg. Dr. Karen
Brown Dunlap, President of the
Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg
will be the speaker. Dunlap is also a
member of the Board of Directors of
the St. Petersburg Times Publishing
Company and is also on the board
of the Newspaper Association of
America and Eckerd College's Board
of Trustees. A former reporter and
writer, Dunlap has spent more than
30 years aiding aspiring journalists
and is the co-author of two books.
Networking begins at 11:30 a.m.
and the meeting begins at 12 noon.
Meetings are open to the public but
reservations (see below) must be
made by noon the Tuesday prior to
the meeting. Cost is $16 for members
and $21 for visitors.
For more information visit www.
BPWStPetePinellas.org or to reserve,
email RSVP@BPWStPetePinellas.
org or call 727-471-8248 or fax 314-
602-7823.





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Excerpts heard at the May 26, 2009

Gulfport City Council Meeting


Public Comment


& Council Quotes

"When you tell citizens what they can and cannot say, I think you're
philandering with one of our most precious rights: freedom of
speech."- Margarete Tober, about recent changes to public session

"Your clerk is on the three most highly trained in the county and
we should daily say a prayer about how happy we are to have her."
- Lee Stapella

"I'm very concerned about what I heard at those workshops. I think
you have one councilmember who is leading you down a very bad
path." Al Davis, questioning what he called limits on Gulfport's freedom
on speech

"I think the March date is a problematic thing and I think we ought
to consider strongly a switch to November so we would be in sync
with the state and national elections." Bob Newcomb. Resident Al
Davis suggested that this move would save the city $10,000.

"I think what was being said there was being wrongly directed. It
should have been directed at me." Vice- Mayor Bob Worthington, who
said at a recent meeting that he would not want to see Gulfport elections
part of a national election. Resident Al Davis had expressed concerns that
another unnamed city council member had nefarious motives for wanting
the elections held separately from the national elections. Worthington said
he wanted to make it clear that he, nor "another council member" made
the comment.

"I love the holidays as much as anybody... I'd like us to consider
that... anything we light up down here has an impact in somebody
else's backyard."- Council member Sam Henderson, about mountaintop
removal associated with coal mining

"There's five of them in the state of Florida with no accountability
to the voters whatsoever."- Vice-Mayor Bob Worthington, on the water
management districts such as Southwest Florida Water Management
District (known to some as Swiftmud)

"Saturday, get up early, 'cause you're going to need to, to attend
everything... Sunday you can sleep if you want to. "- Councilmember
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Local Obituaries
GALLAGHER, MARY E., 100,
of South Pasadena passed away
Oct. 27, 2009. She is survived by
her loving family including a niece,
Angela Perrier. R. Lee Williams &
Son, Gulfport Chapel, 727-345-7797.

KOSTHORST, ANTHONY G., 87, of
Gulfport, passed away Oct. 27, 2009.
He is survived by his loving family. R.
Lee Williams & Son, Gulfport Chapel
345-7797.

METZGAR, GRACE K., 89, of
Gulfport, passed away Monday, Oct.
26, 2009. Survivors include sons
Craig Robert Metzgar (Theresa)
and David Martin Metzgar (Susan);
daughter Jane Kahranamidis
(Gus); sister Beatrice Edwards
(Jack); six grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Services 10 am
today (W. -ln.-- l.Iy) at First United
Methodist Church of Gulfport, 2728
53rd St. S. Donations in memory
appreciated to American Cancer
Society or First U.M. Church of
Gulfport. Online guestbook at
davidcgross.com David C. Gross
Funeral Homes, 6366 Central Ave.
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Montessori by the Sea
Annual Fish Broil
The Annual Fish Broil and Mullet
Festival will be held on Saturday,
November 7 from 3-7 p.m. in the
park between 9th and 10th Avenues
on Pass-a-Grille. The event features
carnival games, a kids' fishing
tournament at Merry Pier, music
and a silent auction followed by a
bonfire on the beach when the sun
goes down.
An Alumni Reception and Museum
Tour at the Gulf Beaches Historical
Museum on 10th Avenue will be held
on Friday, November 6 at 6 p.m.
Sunshine School Alumni and Gulf
Beaches Elementary Alumni are
invited to attend. Live Blue Grass
entertainment, refreshments and
light hors d'euvres will be offered.

Bowl to Benefit
Gulfcoast Oncology
Ten Pin Lanes, 1453 Pasadena
Avenue S. in S. Pasadena, will hold
a Bowling Benefit for Gulfcoast
Oncology Foundation on Sunday,
November 8 from 1-4 p.m. Entry fee
is $25 each and $10 for children age
10 and under includes three games of
bowling. Event features prizes, silent
auction items and raffles. There will
be an After Bowling Event at Gigi's
Italian Restaurant, 6852 Gulfport
Boulevard in S. Pasadena. Gulfport
Oncology Fouindation is a non-profit
501(c)3 organization that raises funds
to develop and foster community
resources, provide education as well
as non-medical financial assistance to
cancer patients throughout Pinellas
County. Email to barbarapaonessa@
yahoo.com.

Community Preschool
Yard Sale
Community Preschool located at
1665 25 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg
is having their annual yard sale on
Friday, November 6 from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. and Saturday, November 7
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds will
go to Community Preschool, one of
St. Petersburg's oldest nonprofit
preschools. Donations are tax
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H1N1 School Vaccination Starts November 9

By Leigh Clifton

In an effort to stem the outbreak of Swine Flu in the local public schools,
the Pinellas County Health Department will begin vaccinating at the schools
beginning November 9th. Students will be handed out a very detailed Flu
Vaccine Screening form to take home to their parents, which will have to be
filled out and signed before any student can be vaccinated. Clinics will be set
up in the schools and only students and school staff will get the vaccine. There
will be both the Flu nasal mist and the vaccine shot available. The vaccinations
are free to all children in Pinellas County private and public schools.
According to Pinellas County School Board Health official Rita Becchetti, the
incidences of Swine Flu have flattened or leveled out in the county.
"Where we once we getting up to 50 reports of flu-like symptoms a day, that
number has dropped off dramatically," Becchetti said. "There seems to have
been a decrease; this week we had no calls from parents about their child
having flu-like symptoms."
While the decreasing numbers are encouraging, Becchetti warns there could
be a resurgence and encourages all students to take advantage of the free
vaccinations at their school.
Regular flu kills more of the elderly and adult population, so flu shots have
traditionally been targeted towards that age group.
"The H1N1 virus seems to target kids more," Becchetti explained. "That's
why we need to get the vaccine to these children now."
Children nine years and younger will require two shots; the initial vaccination
and a booster a month later. Becchetti says that testing has shown that because
most younger kids have not had a regular flu shot, there is a need to boost the
immune system with a second dose.
A vaccination clinic will be set up at Boca Ciega High School on November
16th and 20th. Thurgood Marshall Fundamental is scheduled for November
llth, between 7:45 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. and Gulfport Elementary Montessori
School will be doing vaccinations at the school on November llth and 16th.
All information about the vaccination clinics, as well as a downloadable
information packet can be found at PCSB.org.


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Luminaries on Sale for Christmas Tree Lighting
The Gulfport Senior Center is joining the City of Gulfport this season in the
celebration of the holidays. Luminaries will be placed along the sidewalks in
( lymi.- Park accenting the Holiday Tree Lighting on Monday, November 30
at 7 p.m. You can designate the luminary in one of three ways: In Honor of, In
Memory of, or Holiday Greetings from a dear loved one, friend or business. A
program listing those honored will be available at the tree lighting. Following
the program, your luminaries are yours to take home to display throughout the
holidays. Please fill out the form below by printing all information very clearly.
Return the completed form with $2 per luminary to the Senior Center at 5501
27 Avenue S., Gulfport, FL 33707. Make checks payable to "The Gulfport Se-
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Roberta Whipple figures she's
spent about 35 years around St.
Pete Beach's downtown---first as
the daughter of a drug store owner
on 75th Avenue and, most recently,
as the administrator of the public
library on 73rd Avenue. Now she's
gathered all those memories, com-
bined them with some research,
and created a brand-new book
called St. Pete Beach's Corey Av-
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Chapter topics include "The
Corey Causeway," "The Upham
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Post-War Boom," "The Beach The-
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The Garden Club
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The Horticulture for Weekend
Gardeners (aka the "Night
Bloomers" Circle) meeting will be
held on Tuesday, November 10 at
7 p.m. at the Garden Center, 500
Sunset Drive S. in St. Petersburg.
The program will be "Creating Fruit
& Veggie Garnishes for the Holidays"
(i.e., tomato roses, radish mice,
eggplant penguins, etc.). Instructor
will be Rosalie DiMento.
For more information, contact Derri
Davisson at derridavisson@hotmail.
com or call 727-423-7644.
Meetings are open to the public but
there will be a $5 charge for non-
member of the Garden Club to help
cover speaker expense.

Club to Hold Annual
Sea Shell Sale
The St. Petersburg Shell Club will
hold its annual Sea Shell Sales Bourse
on Friday, November 13 at 7 p.m. at
the Seminole Recreation Center, (2nd
floor via elevator), located at 9100 113
Street N. in Seminole. Meet and Greet
starts at 6:30 p.m. This annual event
features shells and shell related items
offered for sale by club members at
drastically reduced prices. A very
popular annual event, table sales
benefit their educational fund. The
public is welcome and encouraged to
attend. There is no charge. Plenty of
free parking. Refreshments will be
served. Call (727) 867-6861 or visit
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Foster Wins St. Pete Mayoral Race
By Kate Bradshaw

In a contest that was heated even in its dullest moments, former St. Pete
City Council member Bill Foster won the St. Petersburg mayoral election by
a margin of nearly 2,500 votes. Kathleen Ford, Foster's opponent as well as a
former Council member, mingled with supporters at the Garden Club of St.
Petersburg as the results rolled in.
Around an hour after the polls closed, Ford ascended the stage and told
everyone who was gathered that she had conceded victory to her opponent.
There was an air of disappointment among the bipartisan crowd, many of
whom had spent the day waving signs on St. Pete's roadsides.
"I was waving signs until the very last moment before I came on over," said
Ford Campaign Treasurer Gaelynn Thurman, a republican.
Thurman said that she joined the campaign out of concern for the issues rather
than party politics.
"It is a no-brainer," she said. "(Ford) is incredibly fiscally responsible and that
is very core to who I am and that is not a party choice, and therefore it's not a
party choice to support Kathleen. It's one hundred percent about her policies
and her thoughts about how government should be approached."
While both lawyers and former Council members, Ford and Foster differ
greatly on many of the city's major issues.
Key differences between the two include their opinions on the Council's vote to
privatize the sidewalk that fronts Baywalk (Ford was against it; Foster was in
favor of it) and the question of whether to use taxpayer money to build a new
stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays (Foster is open to it; Ford isn't).
Thurman said that the media's portrayal of Ford hurt the campaign
substantially.
"The biggest challenge has been the lack of balance that has been represented
by the media overall," she said.
Ford later joked that the media caused the downfall of her campaign, but said
that she believes her campaign was not a total loss, given the attention it drew
to certain issues.
"Obviously I would have liked to have won," Ford said. "But I'm very proud
of the race we ran and the volunteers and my family were just fantastic I'm
really excited about what we did, and we already made a difference."
Ford said that she is not planning on running for office any time soon.
"Kayak ride, Weedon Island," Ford told reporters when asked what was next
for her.


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SStomethin on my mind
SBy Bill Northrop B_Northrop@theGabber.com

Global Warming vs. the State of Education


The sky-is-falling environmen-
tal computers model a world
of earthly catastrophe if we
earthlings don't get off our carbon
fuels diet. For instance, by the end
of the century, Florida will be under-
water like it once was, or at least its
coastal areas will be flooded.
Actually, there's no chance to stop
the world's use of carbon fuels be-
cause even if the U.S. taxes it out
of existence, China and India aren't
going to be a part of the deal. And,
their economies are in the infant
stage and their populations are
about eight times ours. Project that
out.
So, while we're fretting about a
world catastrophe that might not be
happening at all and that we can't
do anything about, we've got a real
one on our hands that we can do
something about. It's called educa-
tion... actually, lack of education.
We do a lot of talking about it, of
course. Schools are all around us
and so is failure. Not all schools are
bad, but each year 25 per cent of
the kids coming through the public
system aren't competent in English
or Math. In some schools, half don't
graduate, and those that do aren't
prepared for anything. I'm not go-
ing to go through a lot of statistics -
they're buried in piles of papers and
books somewhere in the vicinity of
my desk.
However, we know what's going on
and we're doing nothing but talking
about it. We keep throwing money
at the problem, but don't change
the tactics. It's like the definition of
stupidity: doing the same thing the
same way over and over and expect-
ing different results.
We won't seriously take on "choice"
programs in which families are given
the option of going to private schools
with public money. Such programs
have started working well in Wash-
ington, D.C., but congress, with the


Obama administration concurrence,
is defunding the program.
Everyone knows that part of the
problem is discipline, or lack of it
within the institutions and within
families, but we put the educators
and those being educated on the
same level. You can't educate indi-
viduals who don't want to be edu-
cated. It is not a matter of saying
"educate me". "Me" has to get off his
or her duff and work to be educated.
I was happy to read the other day
that residents of our area blamed a
lot of the problems on the parents
and the students. Right on. I some-
times think we should tell people
they don't have a right to an educa-
tion. Then they'd want it. I remem-
ber going to Kenya 20 years ago and
finding young boys in tiny villages
outside of Nairobi hustling trinkets.
They spoke correct English (and
Sawhili) and kept accounts in their
heads. Education there (then) was
only free through the sixth grade.
And in Malawi, where our church
had a school mission, children
walked miles to the schools and then
worked the fields later. They had no
desks, few books, crude facilities and
little food.
In other words, students here take
much too much for granted and have
it too easy when it comes to educa-
tion. And it is a potential catastro-
phe. We're in world competition,
not for sports or for money, but for
brains. That's what's moving the
world these days. The Asians rec-
ognize it. We already missed out
on the computer revolution having
to import thousands of people from
across the world to fill jobs here.
I won't go on and on, but I'd ad-
vise we quit worrying about Global
Warming and start seriously worry-
ing about the state of education. It's
a REAL problem.


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GriefShare "Surviving
the Holidays" Seminar
This one day seminar is helpful for
people facing the holidays after a
loved one's death. It will be held on
Saturday, November 7, from 10 a.m.
untilnoon at Cornerstone Community
Church, 6745 38 Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg. Coffee and goodies will
be served. There is no charge for this
event. No child care available.
Those who attend will receive a
free book with over 30 daily readings
providing additional insights and
ideas on holiday survival. For more
information, call 343-7747 or email
vkillion@cdp.com.

Smoking Cessation
Workshop
Last Drag Smoking Cessation
Workshop will start Tuesday,
November 17 at the Gulfport
Recreation Center. Classes will be
on Tuesday and will meet from
6:30-8:30 p.m. The workshop will be
for six weeks and each session will
detail a specific area. The cost is
$120 for the 6 week workshop and is
facilitated by Betty Havey, M.A. For
more information or to sign up please
contact her at 727-642-6049.














Nove mer 13-15
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come to, or renew, your personal faith
and commitment in Jesus Christ. It is a
parish-based experience of Christ's love
in and through others based on questions
from the baptism / confirmation service.
Cost: $25 individual $40 couple
Friday- 7-10pm Saturday 8am-5:30pm
Sunday 8:15am-3:30pm
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American Legion Activities

O Post 125
6440 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 347-6085
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Southern Knights Band
Lunch Served Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Lunch Served Lunch Served
11am-3pm 7-11pm Breakfast 8:30-11am o 11am-3pm 11am-3pm
Free Pool 'til 5pm Kitchen Open 2-5pm No Lunch Served Euchre 1pm
Ron's Karaoke 7pm Kitcol' Ol 5pRon's Karaoke 7pm Bingo 6pm
11am-7pm Kitchen open

Early Bird Dinner 11/9, 5-7pm. Veterans Day Celebration 11/11, Earl's famous BBQ following ceremonies. Color
Guard Dinner 2nd Sat., SAL Dinner 4th Saturday.
New Year's Eve tickets are now on sale. The cost is $30 per person which includes dinner, party favors, & champagne
at midnight, followed by breakfast. The Southern Knights band will be playing for your listening & dancing pleasure.
A seating chart is located in the lounge.
The Auxiliary is collecting non-perishable food for the St. Petersburg Food Bank. A container is in the lounge, any
donations will be greatly appreciated.
Veteran's Day is November 11. Our ceremony will be at 1 p.m. After the ceremony, hamburgers & hot dogs will be
available. Please remember to fly your flag in honor of our Veterans.
We will be taking a bus tour to see Christmas lights on December 14 from 6 to 11 p.m. Cost is $20 per person, which
includes drinks on the bus. We will also be visiting Post 119 in Largo. Sign up chart is in the lounge.


Post 305
6999 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach 367-1596
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Bar Bingo at 7pm Fish Fry 6-8pm Early Bird Dinner 6pm Open 12-6pm Bucky Burgers 5-8pm ALA Exe. Meeting Veterans Day
Food Served Bob & Pegs 7-1 pm Music 7-10pm Renegade Karaoke 5:45pm Ceremony 11am
7:30 pm Reg Meeting 6pm Lunch following
S7:30 pm
Dee Karaoke 7pm
Harry 7-10pm






Gulfport Centennial Countdown Continues!


SulpCoutds Centen iaal
100 Week Countdown to 100 Years!


This building started its life somewhere else in town. Can you guess when
and where it was built, when and where it was moved, and what finally be-
came of it? Answer next week.
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In just 49 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.

LAST WEEK'S ANSWER:
Frances Purdy and Catherine Hickman
are names well known to anyone who has
lived in Gulfport for any time at all. Fran-
ces was born the same year as the town,
1910, and retired here in 1970 after a
distinguished career in nursing adminis-
tration. She was named Pinellas County
volunteer of the year in 1999 for her work
with many Gulfport organizations, includ-
ing the Senior Center, the Library, and
the Historical Society. She died in 2006.
Catherine, named a Great Floridian in
1998, was a founder of both the Histori-
cal Society and the Community Players,
and donated time to the Scouts and Little
League. She died at 65 in 1994.


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]News from the
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November Meeting
The Gulfport Historical Society
would like to invite you to join
them for their November 14
meeting. The meeting will be a trip
to visit Heritage Village. Heritage
Village is a collection of more than
25 historic structures and features
that create a 22 acre living history
museum. They will explore the
history of the Pinellas Peninsula
with a guide along the winding
paths through the native pine and
palmetto landscape to tour these
structures.
They will also have the opportunity
to visit the Pinellas County Market
in the Park which will be held at
Heritage Village the same day.
They will meet at the Gulfport
Historical Museum at 9:30 a.m.
to car pool to Heritage Village.
Cost is $2. Please call 345-1501 to
make reservations for this wonder
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Q: Who is Gulfport's newest interim city attorney and what is the status
of the consultant who is supposed to be creating a job description and help-
ing the city find a permanent attorney?

A: The newest face sitting on the dais is Andrew J. Salzman. He's from
the firm Zimmet, Unice and Salzman, P.A.. Gulfport City Council opted to
use this firm while they wait for the consulting firm, Governance Services,
LLC, come up with a job description and search parameters for a perma-
nent attorney. Interim city manager Jim O'Reilly reports that council and
staff continue to wait for Governance to update the them on the status of
the project.
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By Scott Lafee
Shoes Blues
OK, this probably isn't news to most
females, but science has confirmed
that women who make poor shoe
choices early in life (and we're not
talking about Manolos vs. Jimmy
Choos) suffer severe or chronic foot
pain later in life.
Men, on the other hand (or foot),
generally do not.
The Farmington Foot Study surveyed
3,372 surviving members of two
earlier Farmington studies launched
in 1948 and 1972. They found that
almost one-third of the women ages
65 to 74 reported general foot pain on
most days compared with 19 percent
of similarly-aged men. Two-thirds of
the women said they had regularly
experienced heel and ankle pain in
their lives.
Not coincidentally, virtually all
the women said they had spent


much of that time wearing "high-
risk shoewear," such as high heels,
sandals and slippers lacking support
and sound structure. Less than 2
percent of the men said they had
worn "poor shoes."
The researchers offer a few shoe-
choosing tips to avoid later pain:
Select for comfort rather than style.
Measure both feet and fit for the
longest. Fit shoes at the end of day
when feet are longest. Avoid high
heels. Make sure you can wiggle your
toes.
BODY OF KNOWLEDGE
There's a region in your brain called
the Island of Reil.
GET ME THAT. STAT!
Health care providers are twice as
likely to discuss the benefits rather
than the risks associated with
Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA)
testing, says a new report in the
Archives of Internal Medicine. PSA
testing has long been controversial,


because there's no conclusive evidence
the screening actually reduces deaths
from prostate cancer, and numerous
factors can create false positives,
prompting men to have needless
invasive procedures for a disease they
do not have.
The study urges doctors to make
sure patients are fully informed about
both benefits and risks before taking
the test.
ACTIVATE
One hour of energetic ballroom
dancing burns 374 calories (based on
a 150-pound person) or the equivalent
of 1.5 grande Starbucks caffe lattes,
one-half of a McDonald's Big Mac
with cheese, four glasses of wine or
12.5 whole carrots.
MEDTRONICA
Gout pal interactive
gout-pal.com
In literature and history, gout was
known as the disease of kings and
rich men -- a painful, debilitating and
mysterious ailment. These days, it's
much better known as a condition
marked by elevated levels or uric acid
in the blood, which creates painful
attacks in the joints, tendons and
surrounding tissues.
Gout remains an obscure but still
relevant medical condition, with
plenty of current sufferers. They can
find information and some solace
here: a blog devoted to describing
symptoms, treatments and news.
DOC TALK
Asystole -- A bad word, and not
because it suggests something else.
Asystole is a condition in which the
heart no longer beats (no cardiac
electrical activity) and cannot be
restarted. It is one of the conditions
required to certify a patient has died.
PHOBIA OF THE WEEK
Chaetophobia -- fear of hair
OBSERVATION
I'm Jewish and I don't work out. If
God had wanted us to bend over, he'd
put diamonds on the floor.
-- Comedian Joan Rivers
EPITAPHS
Here I lie bereft of breath
Because a cough carried me off
Then a coffin they carried me off in.
-- Boston tombstone


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Attorney Keith Sanders Handles Bankruptcies with Experience and Sensitivity
By Greg Stem


S guess you could say my motto
is'been there, done that'," says
I Keith Sanders, from the law
office ofAndre Keith Sanders, P.A.
He says that for two reasons. First,
he says his more than 17 years of ex-
perience as an attorney specializing
in handling "literally thousands" of
bankruptcies means that he has dealt
with virtually any kind of problem
or issue that might arise with them.
And, secondly, he had to file a Chap-
ter 13 bankruptcy himself a few years
ago. He says that experience makes
him very sensitive to the kinds of
things people face when making the
difficult decision to file.
"Most attorneys have never been
in a situation where they have been
worried about how to keep the lights
on, but I have been there myself so I
can really relate to what people are
going through," said Sanders. "Plus,
many people are very embarrassed
when they come to me, but I when I
tell them how embarrassing it was for
me to have to stand in front of judges
and colleagues who knew me and go
through the process myself, that usu-
ally helps to put people more at ease
and understand that I have been there
and done that MYSELF."
"You know, in 99 percent of bank-
ruptcy cases the situation is that bad
things happen to good people and then
they have gotten into a bad situation.
They have gone through an expensive
health crisis or a divorce or perhaps
someone has just gotten in over their
head with debt. It's very easy in to-
day's consumer driven society for that
to happen," said Sanders.
Sanders offers a free initial consul-
tation with no set time limit on it. "It
might take 20 minutes or it might
take two hours, it just depends of the
client's individual set of circumstanc-
es," he said. "We can meet at their
home or in my office, we can even so
it over the phone if I they can provide
me with the financial information we
need to discuss their situation." Sand-
ers says that he can often offer other
solutions besides bankruptcy such
as re-negotiating payment schedules
with creditors or reorganizing per-
sonal finances. "For example, I often
have people who can avoid bankrupt-
cy if they just get out from under the
burden of a house they can no longer


afford because of a job loss or some
other situation," he noted.
He moved to the Tampa Bay area
in July 2005 from Atlanta where he
was a partner/owner of Hamilton &
Sanders, LLC a firm specializing in
consumer bankruptcy and real es-
tate closings. The firm regularly filed
between 40-60 bankruptcy cases a
month. Prior to that he worked for
three other major law firms in Atlan-
ta from 1992 to 2003. All three firms
specialized in consumer bankruptcy
cases. He began his career as a staff
attorney for the United States Trust-
ee in Atlanta. He is licensed to prac-
tice law in both Florida and Georgia.
"I like what I do because I feel like I
can help people get a fresh start," said
Sanders. "When you have financial
difficulties it can really affect your
entire life. It has negative implica-
tions on you emotionally and it can
even damage or ruin your personal
relationships. I do try and encourage
people to come see me early on, even
if they are just starting to get behind
in payments or feel they are in over
their head. If you can start working
with an attorney from the very start
it can really reduce your stress level
as I can stop harassing creditor calls.
I can also see if we can work out ar-
rangements that a creditor might not
consider when working directly with
my client."
"Since the initial consultation is
free, you really don't have anything
to lose to meet with me and we can


assess your situation and see how
it might be best for you to proceed.
Bankruptcy can be one solution to
getting back on your feet financially,
but it may not be the best or only so-
lution for you. As an experienced pro-
fessional, I can help you sort through
those issues and see what is right for
you," he noted.
Sanders has held a number of semi-
nars and written professional papers
concerning bankruptcy law in gen-
eral, ECF requirements and new is-
sues. He is a former director of the
Bankruptcy Section of the State Bar
of Georgia.
Outside of the courtroom, Sanders
lives in an unusual home in Gulfport
that was one of the featured prop-
erties in last year's Pink Flamingo
Tour of Homes. It has a tree grow-
ing right up through the floor and
up through the ceiling of his kitchen.
He has three dogs and a cat. When
he was living in Atlanta he was very
involved with helping raise funds for
a number of AIDS service organiza-
tions. He is hoping to get involved
with local charitable groups as soon
as possible.
Keith Sanders, Esq.
The Law Group of Andre Keith
Sanders, P.A.
6702 Gulf Boulevard
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706
727-209-0744
keithsanderslaw@gmail.com


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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 10/23
Noise Complaint- 2600 BIk 53rd St.
S.
Battery- 5900 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Battery- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Traffic Stop-Failed to Stop- 2000 BIk
49th St. S.
Threatening Bodily Harm- 2700 BIk
57th St. S.
Drunk Person- 5100 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 4900 BIk
23rd Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 5700 BIk 17th
Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 5000 BIk 9th Ave.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 5900 BIk
Seabird Dr. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5000 BIk 24th Ave.
S.
Domestic Verbal- 5600 BIk 28th Ave.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 BIk 8th
Ave. S.
Noise Complaint- 2800 BIk Beach
Blvd. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5600 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 5100 BIk 14th
Ave. S.
Noise Complaint- 5200 BIk 30th Ave.
S.
Sunday 10/25
Drunk Driver- 2100 BIk 54th St. S.
Drunk Person- 5900 BIk Tangerine
Ave. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5600 BIk 28th Ave.
S.
Noise Complaint- 2600 BIk 54th St.
S.
Domestic Verbal- 5400 BIk 12th Ave.
S.
Theft- 2800 BIk Kipps Colony Dr. S.
Animal Complaint- 5800 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Arrest on Warrant- 2100 BIk 59th St.
S.
Monday 10/26
Animal Complaint- 4600 BIk 26th


Crime Awareness Meeting
The next City-wide Crime Awareness and Prevention meeting will be held on
Monday, November 9 at 7 p.m. at the Neighborhood Center located at 1617 49
Street S. Ernie Stone has volunteered to teach a class on volunteer neighbor-
hood patrolling. Even if you are not interested in patrolling, please attend.
You will learn how to tell if that vehicle you see going up and down your street
is a Crime Watch patrol or someone you need to report to 911. We will also
collect non-perishable food items for the Food Pantry at the Senior Center at
this meeting.
We encourage everyone to attend and participate. For more information,
contact Jeri Reed at 727-548-5566 days and 727-327-3509 evenings or at
Jrvolunteer@aol.com.


Ave. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5600 BIk 28th Ave.
S.
Arrest on Warrant- 5200 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Battery- 4600 BIk Tifton St. S.
Tuesday 10/27
Domestic Verbal- 5800 BIk 21st Ave.
S.
Burglary- 4900 BIk 29th Ave. S.
Noise Complaint- 1200 BIk Freemont
St. S.
Wednesday 10/28
Noise Complaint- 2700 BIk 58th St.
S.
Drunk Driver- 1800 BIk 53rd St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1400 BIk
49th St. S.
Animal Complaint- 3000 BIk Beach
Blvd. S.
Truant- 5400 BIk 27th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5600 BIk
31st St. S.
Burglary- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Animal Complaint- 5000 BIk 14th
Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 1700 BIk Free-
mont St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 1600 BIk 49th St.
S.
Battery- 5600 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2600 BIk
54th St. S.
Drunk Person- 2600 BIk 54th St. S.
Thursday 10/29
Trouble with Individual- 5700 BIk
11th Ave. S.
Fight in Progress- 900 BIk 58th St.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 5300 BIk 8th
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1700 BIk
58th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1800 BIk
60th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 900 BIk 58th
St. S.
Vessel Stop (s)- Boca Ciega Bay.
Trouble with Individual- 1000 BIk


49th St. S.
Criminal Mischief- 5000 BIk 9th Ave.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 2200 BIk
53rd St. S.
Drunk Driver- 4900 BIk Gulfport Blvd.


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"No" voters constituted 40 percent of
the turnout on a bill the bill, which will,
according to city officials, eliminate
the necessity of voter approval on
items like Capital Improvements
Plan updates and the Evaluation and
Appraisal Report.
Passing with a nearly 54 percent
approval, a charter amendment that
limits the number of times a change
in building height can be voted on will
also make it onto the St. Pete Beach
City Charter. Currently, St. Pete
Beach City Manager Mike Bonfield
recently told the Gabber, changes to
the comprehensive plan involving
height can potentially make it onto
the ballot twice as a comp plan
amendment and as a change to the
land development code, even though
what's in the comp plan should
prevail.
The third item on the ballot, which
will essentially establish a community
redevelopment district for Pass-A-
Grille's Eighth Avenue, passed with
about 62 percent of the vote, according
to the Supervisor of Elections Web
site. This will essentially bring a
number of businesses in the district
into compliance with the comp plan
by "including increases in residential
density andcommercialfloor area ratio
and method for calculating permitted
density, allowing residential and
commercial land uses to be supported
inclusively by same underlying land
area." Bonfield said that there would
not likely be a lot of change in the area
if this item was approved.
Finally, garnering the highest
percentage of votes (67) is a procedural
referendum question that, because
the first item on Tuesday's ballot was
approved, will never have to be voted
on again. Question four existed to
gain voter approval of "...to address
and resolve recommendations based
upon the review of the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report (EAR) by the
State Land Planning Agency." The
report addresses any inconsistencies
with state law that may be present
in the city's comp plan. The state
has already approved of the report,
but current law requires that voters
approve it anyhow. "It's kind of like a
cleanup exercise, if you will," Bonfield
says. The document addresses issues
like current maps and the need for
increased sea turtle protection. "Kind


Gabber November 5 November 11, 2009


of a laundry list of things," Bonfield
says. "I would describe them as
uneventful." Now, questions like
this will no longer be required on the
ballot.
Around 40 or 50 fewer voters gave
their two cents on the latter two ballot
items. Question two received the most
votes, with a total of 2,462.


Operation Santa
If you are a Gulfport resident and
could use a little help, the Gulfport
Police Department is now accepting
applications for Christmas assistance
through November 30 between 9 a.m.
and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday at


2401 53 Street S. in Gulfport. Each
family's head of household must bring
photo identification, proof of Gulfport
residence as well as the name(s)
and age(s) of children) living in the
home. Operation Santa will collect
Christmas gifts for children ages 0 to
10 years of age.
There will be no home deliveries
and you must pick up your gifts
at the Police Department between
December 14 through 18, so it's
important that we hear from you
right away. For more information on
Operation Santa, please call either
Francine at 893-1653 or Cindy at
893-1049. A home visit is required.


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How To Turn Scrap
Gold Into Cash Without
Getting Ripped Off
I promise not to ask whether you
remember when the price of gold was
fixed at $35 an ounce or when U.S. cur-
rency was tied to the gold standard.
(Hint: The Gold Standard Act was


passed March 14, 1900, but later sus-
pended.) Things have changed dras-
tically over the years, with gold now
hovering around $1,050 per ounce.
Let's turn to your jewelry box, shall
we? Remember all that gold you
bought in the 1980s, when QVC and
the Home Shopping Network were
coming into their own? And when you


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could buy gold chains by the inch at
county fairs and community swap
meets? All of those chains, bracelets
and earrings may be broken now, but
they're not junk after all. They're not
worth much as jewelry in their sorry
state, but the gold content can be
turned back into cash.
Before you haul off and send your
scrap gold to a TV pitchman who
promises to send you a check or you
agree to attend a "gold party" at
which the host says you can get cash
instantly for your old gold, let me tell
you about a conversation I had with
Kevin Stevenson, owner of Johnson
Jewelers in Bellflower, Calif.
First, let's talk about value. Scrap
jewelry is valued by the weight of its
gold content. Pieces that are 10 kar-
ats are not as valuable as ones that
are 18 karats. A reputable jeweler can
test a piece to determine its gold con-
tent, weigh it and determine its value
as scrap.
When talking "scrap," jewelers do
not take into consideration beauty or
functionality. If you have good pieces,
do not attempt to sell them as scrap.
You'd do better on eBay or Craigslist.
However, if you have mismatched and
broken pieces that are truly noth-
ing more than junk jewelry to you,
you should consider packing up all of
the pieces and turning that gold into
cash.
You never should mail scrap gold to
a gold dealer, Stevenson says. That's
a rip-off just waiting to happen. Gold
parties, which are popular these days,
are not much better. Instead, he sug-
gests, take the time to have your scrap
evaluated by more than one reputable
jeweler. Take your scrap gold to three
jewelers, asking each one to give you
an offer. Once you have determined
the highest bid, don't be afraid to hag-
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a lower amount that will allow them
to have the metal melted down so that
it can be reworked into new pieces of
jewelry. Remember, jewelers are look-
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You will not get anything close to
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in your scrap gold, but you'll get a lot
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it languishes in the back of your jew-
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price for all your junk jewelry should
make the prospect of cleaning out
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Woman's Club
Celebrates 80 Years
The GFWC St. Petersburg Woman's
Club at 40 Snell Isle Blvd NE will
hold their monthly meeting on
Friday, November 13 at 1 p.m. The
International Affairs department of
the club has invited Brian MacHarg,
Director of Service- Learning at
Eckerd College to be our guest
speaker. His topic will be the project
of students providing volunteer
services in foreign countries.
Refreshments will be served at the
end of the business meeting.
This month their clubhouse which
is on the State & National Historic
Registry, will be celebrating 80 years
since its construction at the beautiful
waterfront site on Coffee Pot Bayou.
Guests are welcome to attend their
festivities. Also as a special project,
they would appreciate any gift of
money or items to help fill boxes that
will be sent to their active duty men
and women of the 37th Engineering
Battalion. Remember, wear red to
this meeting to honor the men and
women in service to our country.
For more information on monthly
meetings, diverse activities including
arts and craft projects, monthly
excursions, book discussions, weekly
sewing and card games or rental
information of their clubhouse, please
call 822-4982. Guests are welcome to
attend all their events.

Town Shores
Red Hatters
Their Sunday afternoon coffee
and meeting was well attended and
several ideas for future functions
were discussed.
The November breakfast will be on
Monday, November 16 at the Cracker
Barrel on 54th St. Call Judy at 344-
7558, Bev at 381-2122 or Marsha at
384-0188 for a reservation. Those
wishing to carpool will leave the
clubhouse at 9:10 a.m. Wear purple
and red.
The holiday luncheon will be on
Monday, December 7 at Lee Roy
Selmon's. Call Carol at 345-2303 or
Bev at 381-2122 for a reservation.
Keep Friday, December 18 open
as they are planning an afternoon
activity if enough members are
available.


NARFE Chapter
1140 to Meet
All Federal retirees and active
Federal employees are encouraged
to attend an upcoming meeting and
luncheon of NARFE Chapter 1140
that includes St. Petersburg and
the Gulf Beaches on Wednesday,
November 18 at 11:30 a.m. at the
Fountains of Boca Ciega Bay, 1255 S.
Pasadena Avenue in South Pasadena
in the Key West Dining Room. The
cost for lunch is $5 and spouses and
guests are welcomed. There will be
a discussion of up-to-date issues
particularly relevant for active and
retired Federal employees. This will
be the Annual Meeting & Silent
Auction with election of officers and
announcement of their Committee
Chairs. Reservations need to be
made in advance by calling (727)368-
8569 or 367-5256.

Nina Harris School
Annual Auction
Nina Harris School (a public school
for special needs students) will hold
their annual auction on Friday,
November 13 at 6000 70 Avenue N.
in Pinellas Park. Previewing ofitems
and dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m.
Bidding on live items will begin at
6:30 p.m. All proceeds to benefit the


programs, activities and equipment
of this school. Public is welcome.
Call Chris Stuckey at 547-7850 for
more information.

MARSP
The St. Petersburg Chapter of the
Michigan Association of Retired
School Personnel will hold its first
meeting of the year on Tuesday,
November 10 at 11:30 a.m. at the
Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1900 34 Street
N. in St. Petersburg. Barbara
Shimer, president of the Pinellas
County Yoga Teachers, is the guest
speaker. Those who are retirees and
are not yet members are invited to
attend. Call President Wendy Risk
at 572-9854.

Temple Beth-El
Sisterhood Game Day
Temple Beth-El, 400 Pasadena
Avenue S., will hold a Game Day
on December 9. Play of bridge, mah
jongg and other games will begin at
10:30 a.m. with a break for lunch at
noon and then resume play. Door
prizes.
Call Jean Diamond at 360-5359
or Madeline Belkin at 381-8306.
Deadline for reservations is December
1.


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By Cathy Salustri


R member riding your bike
when you were seven? Pretty
awesome, right? I had a red
three-speed I got one Christmas, and
I rode it all over my neighborhood
with my friend Maria. After school
and over the summer we went every-
where we could in a five-block radius,
returning home only for lunch, din-
ner and twilight.
30 or so years later I still like to ride
my bike. I've traded the three-speed
for a blue cheap-o one-speed with fat
ol' tires and a basket on the front for
Calypso. Sometimes I ride it to work,
or to the pool, or to the store. Other
times I'll take the bike path at Fort
DeSoto. I still love the way it feels
when I stand up, pedal real hard, then
coast a few hundred yards. Nothing
feels as good as taking my feet off the
pedals and letting them stick out as I
whiz along the roadside.
Somewhere along the way I think
some local bicyclists have lost that
feeling of joy. The biking world rides
on two disparate paths: slackers like
me who ride a bike at our leisure and
stick to sidewalks and bike lanes, and
the intense cyclists who insist that it
is their legal right to ride their uber-
expensive lightweight racing bikes
on the road. You know these folks;
you've seen these folks. They gener-
ally wear stretchy bike shorts and
flamboyant spandex shirts as they
tool down the road, heads down, puff-
ing with exertion.
Tool, of course, is the operative word
here. I understand cycling for fitness,
I do, but these folks do it at the ex-
pense of everyone else on the road.
I think of them as vigilante bicycle
groups, like people used to think of
Hell's Angels before we realized they
were all just a big group of tattooed
teddy bears in leather, donating kid-
neys to sick children or whatever it is
Hell's Angels do.
These cyclists have hijacked our
roads and I say it's time we took
them back. I do not accept the idea
that they have as much right to the
road as a motorcycle, car, or truck.
As my friend Richard said last week,


if someone invented the bicycle five
years ago, no way would we allow it
on the road. It isn't safe. That's why
god invented bike lanes.
Of course, our vigilante cyclists will
not use these lanes. These men and
women ride five or more abreast,
blocking any traffic from passing.
What's more, they ride in groups of,
oh, I don't know, a thousand, and
when one guy in the front stops for
a stop sign, the 999 riders behind
him decide that they're covered, too,
and therefore do not need to stop.
Red lights? If one rider makes it
through on green or yellow, you can
bet your Huffy that the rest are going
through, too-even if the light turns
red. In my world, that behavior is ac-
ceptable only at funeral processions.
Given their risky behavior, perhaps
these cyclists are training for such an
event.
What really gets me -and pretty
much everyone I talked to when I
mentioned this subject to my editor
and he called me a cranky old lady- is
that these are the same cyclists who
insist they can ride on the road be-
cause the law says so. Seems rather
arbitrary, doesn't it? I would love to
be able to pick and choose what laws
I obey. Sorry, Officer, I know I was
going 120 on 1-275, but, hey, I'm not
drunk, so we're good, right?
Every week I drive up the beach-
es to see my parents in Clearwater.
Along the way I see something I
think took a lot of foresight: Indian
Rocks Beach and Indian Shores re-
worked their roadways to include
one lane for passenger vehicles, one
lane for pedestrians, and one for bi-
cyclists. This impressed me from the
first moment I saw it. What failed to
impress me, though, is the number
of vigilante cyclists pretending the
bike path doesn't exist as they pedal
down the middle of Gulf Boulevard.
It is illegal for cars to pass them in
the same lane and since these roads
sacrificed their passing lanes for the
bike and pedestrian lanes, cars must
stay behind these riders until the cy-
clist reaches his destination or some-
one runs her off the road. Which, by


the way, I am totally not endorsing.
Because, you know, they're correct
when they argue it's their right to
use the road. So much so, I think,
that in the spirit of taking back our
roads, we should treat them just as
we would any other vehicle on the
road.
When someone's driving too slow
in front of you-I'm talking 10 or 15
miles under the speed limit-what's
the best thing to do? Take deep
breaths? Oh, no: the time for civility
passed long ago with these bicycle
terrorists. Pass them- in fact, cut
them off- and then drive slow in front
of them. I'm talking three miles an
hour. Actually, just put your car in
neutral. After all, it is their right.
Oh, or hey, when they run a stop
sign? Just go ahead when it's your
turn. Of course, this will mean you'll
have to blast your horn and prob-
ably slam on your brakes (you don't
want to actually hit them; the span-
dex shorts just make a mess of your
front grill), but, as they like to say,
it's their right.
I cannot imagine this will win any
points with these cyclists. Since
you're in a car, though, you have the
upper hand. What choice do they
have? Well, there's always that nice,
cushy bike lane. Who knows, they
may even have the chance to slow
down enough to look around, take
their hands off the handlebars, and
coast for a few hundred yards. Isn't
that the best part of riding your bike,
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Shop Local and
Support Our Troops
GULFPORT- The GulfportMerchants
Association, Domain Food & Spirits
and "Gulf-Porch" are hosting a "Give
Thanks to our Troops" Fundraiser on
November 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Kick off the traditional holiday
shopping season with a very special
daytime event along Beach Blvd.
in Gulfport. Support your local
shop owners and artisans, and give
thanks to our American Troops at
the same time. The festival will
provide shoppers with one-of-a-kind
gifts that cannot be found anywhere
else, and all of your holiday shopping
can be done in one place! No
running around to different stores
or wandering through acres of mall
space. Shopping can be done at a
leisurely pace while finding unique
gift items. Featuring art, crafts,
jewelry, clothing, glass, wood, music,
photography, toys, home d6cor, and
much more makes this a gift buyer's
delight. Exhibitor fees will be used to
ship goods to service members from
our community.
With this collection for our troops,
they wish for simple things, nothing
expensive, items such as magazines,
puzzle books, reading books, gently
used DVD's, snacks, toiletries, phone
cards, etc. Many items can be from
your home or a dollar store. No cans
or glass please. Collection boxes are
located from now until November 28
at Domain Food and Spirits, 3129
Beach Blvd., and Gulfport On The
Rocks on Shore Blvd. Free. Visit
http://gulfportma.com/.

Red Hot Beach Nuts
Members had a Bake out at the
home of Josie Freeman. There were
over 25 people in attendance all
with good food ranging from meats,
vegetables, salads and drinks. They
voted on most colorful dish and gave
prizes for best tasting. Red Hot Beach
Nuts is a charter member of the Red
Hatters Society.

A Weekend Wonderland
Fundraiser
Hold the Date! The Gulfport Senior
Center and its Foundation are
sponsoring a Weekend Wonderland
Fundraiser on December 4 and 5.


Friday, December 4 will feature a live
and silent auction and an opportunity
raffle for theme baskets and will also
include appetizers, beverages, and
a chance to win a large door prize
give away. Admission tickets are $5
and are now available at the Senior
Center. On Saturday, December
5 there will be a large flea market
which will include a Better Boutique.
All proceeds support projects of
the Senior Center Foundation that
directly benefit the Senior Center.

Black Cat Adoption
Fees Reduced
November is Black Beauty Month
at Friends of Strays. The shelter
does not adopt out black kittens
in the month of October and they
have a huge selection of black cats.
Adoption fee is reduced to $20
and all cats are spayed/neutered,
vaccinated, microchipped and have
a county license. Adoption Center
is open TuesdaySunday from 10-3
p.m. at 2911 47 Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg. Call 727-522-6566 or
visit friendsofstrays.com for more
information.


Discover Egmont Key
The Egmont Key Alliance will hold
its 12th Discover Egmont Key on
Saturday, November 14 and Sunday,
November 15. Come out and visit
one of the areas hidden treasures,
stroll along roads and sidewalks
that are over 100 years old. Along
the way visit interpretive sites on
island history, wildlife, military
history and nature. Enjoy Civil War
re-enactors and the 151 year old
lighthouse.
Shuttle boats will leave Fort
DeSoto Park from 9 a.m. until
2 p.m. with the last boat returning
from Egmont at 4:30 p.m. Hot dogs,
water and souvenirs will be available
for purchase on the island. Tickets
are $15 and may be purchased on
line or at the gate. Children 11 and
under are free accompanied by an
adult. Group discount tickets of 10
or more are also available. For more
information go to www.egmontkey.
info.
Proceeds to benefit Egmont
Key Alliance, a citizen support
organization dedicated to protecting,
restoring and preserving the island.


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By Robert J. Myers, Esq.
This week, let's take a look at how
legal transfers of control and decision-
making work.
Guardianship
This is a legal process in which the
court places an individual or agency
in control of someone else's affairs.
Since establishing a guardianship
requires action by the Court system,
it can be expensive and cumbersome.
In addition, guardianship reduces an
individual's legal rights to those of a
minor.
Conservatorship
This is a type of guardianship that
applies only to a person's property
and not his or her personal matters.
As such, its scope is less restrictive,
and the individual involved retains
many of his or her legal rights.
Durable Power of Attorney
By establishing a power of attorney,
you authorize someone else to act in
your behalf. You can give very limited
powers, such as authorizing someone
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A durable power of attorney remains
in force even if the person who estab-
lishes it becomes incompetent. While
a power of attorney is generally es-
tablished to ensure that your affairs
will be handled for you, it must be
durable to be effective in the event of
your incapacity. Any power of attor-
ney, including a durable one, becomes
null and void when either the person
granting it or the person to whom it is
granted dies.
You should be sure to specify exactly
what functions are to be covered by
the durable power of attorney. For
example, medical decisions, invest-
ment choices and property care can be
named specifically.
Of course, a durable power of attor-
ney should be given only to someone
you trust implicitly to act in your best
interest. You should consult an attor-
ney for the specific requirement of a
durable power of attorney.
Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson
Law Offices which is located at 1135
Pasadena Avenue South, Suite 140,
St. Petersburg, Florida. The tele-
phone number is 727-347-5131. Mr.
Myers welcomes calls regarding this
article and other related legal topics.
This column outlines general legal
principles and is not intended to give
you legal advice. If you have a specific
question about the law, please consult
an attorney.


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Thanks You
Thank you to everyone in the
community who answered our need
for supplies. Our storage area is
overflowing with the many donations
and we are no longer in need of
supplies. The children are having a
fantastic time making many different
art projects because of the generosity
of our many donors. Thank you from
the Gulfport Recreation Staff and
children!

Massachusetts
Society to Meet
The Massachusetts Society will
meet Wednesday, November 11 at
1 p.m. at the Lions Club, 4630 Tifton
Drive in Gulfport. All Bay Staters
are welcome to attend. They meet
the second Wednesday of the month
November through April.

Genealogy and
Family History Series
Beginning November 14, a free se-
ries of talks on Genealogy and Family
History is held on the second Saturday
of every month from 10-11 a.m. at
the West St. Petersburg Community
Library at the corner of 8 Avenue N.
and 67 Street. Items discussed in-
clude GEDCOM and computer gene-
alogy programs and converting fami-
ly data into genealogy reports. Learn
how to turn family history into an
interesting and exciting hobby. Call
Charlie Grandmaison at 343-2776.

AutumnFest at Ukranian
Catholic Church
Epiphany of Our Lord Ukrainian
Catholic Church, 434 90 Avenue N.,
St. Petersburg will hold their 29th
annual AutumnFest on Saturday,
November 14 from 3-9 p.m. and
Sunday, November 15 from 11-6
p.m. Donation of $2, children under
12 free. Event includes Ukrainian
food and beer, games for children,
church tours, Ukrainian vendors
and silent auction. Music by "Cathy's
Lorelei Band" with performances by
the Kalyna Ukrainian dancers. For
information contact 576-1001.


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Dealers Wanted
Kenneth City social club is seeking
dealers for their flea market on
November 21 from 8-3 p.m. both
inside and outside Community Hall
located on the corner of 46 Ave. N.
and 58 St. N. Call Dick at 345-4323
for information.

Bear Creek and
Pinellas Trail Cleanup
Come out and help your neighbors
clean up Bear Creek and the Pinellas
Trail on Saturday, November 14.
Plan to meet at Grace Bible Church,
555 61 Street S. at 8 a.m. Cleanup
is scheduled until 12 p.m. Get in
the creek, walk the trail, help on the
shore or just give moral support. Call
Tonilynn or Aaron at 343-5583 with
any questions.

Forever Young Dancers
to Appear in Gulfport
The Forever Young Dancers will
present "Under Cover" at The Back
Door Theater, 4919 17 Avenue S. in
Gulfport on Saturday, November 14
at 8 p.m. and on Sunday, November
15 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are only $15 and are
available at the door or in advance
at Eileen's Resale Boutique, 5401
Gulfport Boulevard S. in Gulfport.
One hundred percent of all ticket
proceeds go to Homeless Outreach,
a non-profit endeavor that supplies
blankets to Tampa Bay's homeless.
Patrons are encouraged to donate
blankets at the door in an effort to
provide even more warmth to those
in need.
This Tampa Bay dance troupe
of senior men ages 60-79 delights
audiences of all ages. Their 2010
calendars are just $12 and are
available at the show and by going
online towww.ForeverYoungDancers.
com.
Show tickets and calendars are also
available by calling Founder Fred
Clausen at 360-4406.

Beginner Tai Chi
in Gulfport
New classes in Taoist Tai Chi for
Beginners will start on Tuesday,
November 3 and Thursday,
November 5 at 9 a.m. at the Gulfport
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Recreation Center located at 58 St. S.
and Shore Blvd. S. For Town Shores
residents, the new class begins on
Monday, November 9 at 9 a.m. in the
clubhouse. It is best to wear sneakers
or shoes that will not slip off. There is
a suggested donation of $2 per class
which goes to the Taoist Tai Chi
Society. Call Marjorie Grudzinski at
345-6708.

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M.L. King Jr. Street N. The bazaar
features a variety of hand crafted
items, one-of-a-kind decorations
and gifts for the holidays. The sale
is free and open to the public. Rain
date is Sunday, November 15. For
more information, or to join over
30 current vendors, register and
pay a nominal fee at 727-551-3272.
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They do it every autumn on Treasure Island's broad stretch of sand, and the
effect is always eerie; especially when they do it at dusk. The seemingly impen-
etrable bird blanket they form may invoke horror-flick images for some, but
Ann Paul, Regional Coordinator for Audubon of Florida, says that the thou-
sands of seabirds that congregate here are just resting.
Spook them and they take to the air in practical unison, forming a squawking
curtain that covers the evening sky. After swooping and circling once or twice
they land close to the same spot.
The flock comprises numerous migrating species, including terns, dowitchers,
greater and lesser yellow legs, gulls, black-bellied plovers and many others,
"some of which are pretty rare," Paul says. Some, like the red knot are in the
middle of journeys that have originated as far north as the Arctic Circle and
have destinations as far south as Tierra del Fuego.
All that needless flying away from perceived predators may be affecting their
energy stores these birds maintain for their long migrations.
"With so many people scaring those birds it's starting to have an impact on
their capacity to survive," she said.
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1960 Class of
Largo High Reunion
The 1960 Class of Largo High
School will hold their 50th class
reunion in May 2010. Anyone who
knows someone in that class please
contact them as they are still
missing addresses. Other years may
also attend. For information email
DKLEAL@aol.com or call Dee at 727-
743-3944 or visit largohighl960.com.

Beta Sigma Phi
Sunshine City Council will host the
FallBayArea Luncheon on Saturday,
November 7 at the St. Petersburg
Hilton in downtown St. Petersburg.
Beta Sigma Phi members from
around the bay area Bradenton,
Sarasota, Clearwater, Tampa, New
Port Richey, and St. Petersburg are
invited to attend. This is an annual
event hosted by one of the five bay
area Councils. This year's theme
will be "Passport to the World" thus
providing an international theme.
Beta Sigma Phi is an international
sorority to provide women with a
social and cultural outlet. The 12
chapters of Sunshine City Council
meet at various times depending on
the chapter format. Chapters may
participate and support a variety of
service projects in the area. If you
would like to learn more about Beta
Sigma Phi, please contact Sharon
Melton at 595-9625.
There will be a vice presidents'
meeting on Monday, November 9
at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Sharon
Melton. The Sweetheart/Preferential
Tea plans will be discussed at this
time.
Laureate Epsilon Theta chapter
will have their regular meeting on
Wednesday, November 11 at the
home of Joyce Keller at 7 p.m. The
program for the evening will be
presented by Val Rankin.
The chapter members and guests
will gather at Joyce Keller's home
on
Sunday, November 15 at 6:30 p.m.
to enjoy a Dinner Around the World
social. Members will bring a dish
representing a country of their
choice.
For more information contact
Sharon Ingram at 321-2849.


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EyeCare Program
Targets Diabetics
November is Diabetes Awareness
Month and EyeCare America is
asking Americans with diabetes to
know the ABCs of diabetes and eye
health.
A Alert your Eye M.D. if you have
been diagnosed with diabetes;
B Be sure to have your eyes
examined regularly; and
C Call 1-800-272-EYES (3937),
if you are 65 or older and without
an ophthalmologist to see if you
qualify for a no-cost dilated eye
exam through EyeCare America's
Diabetes EyeCare Program.
By following these simple steps
EyeCare America hopes to help
protect seniors from preventable
vision loss caused by diabetes.
EyeCare America's Diabetes
EyeCare Program is designed for
people who:
SAre age 65 and older
Are U.S. citizens or legal
residents
Have not seen an ophthalmologist
in three or more years
Do not have insurance through
an HMO or the VA
People eligible for a referral
through the program receive a
comprehensive, medical eye exam
and up to one year of care at no
out-of-pocket cost for any disease
diagnosed during the initial exam.
Volunteer ophthalmologists accept
Medicare and/or other insurance
reimbursement as payment in full.
Individuals without insurance are
seen at no charge.
For a Diabetes EyeCare Program
referral, those interested may call
1.800.272.EYES (3937) toll-free, 24
hours a day, every day, year round.
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and treatment options; view
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Vendors and Sponsors
GULFPORT-The Gulfport Merchants
association presents the first annual
Holiday Hoopla! The event will take
place on Beach Blvd. in Gulfport
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on December
5. A portion of the proceeds from the
event will benefit Operation Santa
and Gulfport families in need.
Holiday Hoopla is a celebration
of arts, crafts, foods, live music and
roving holiday characters set in a
waterfront atmosphere amid bright,
twinkling, colorful lights, and Santa
Claus. No running around to different
stores or wandering through acres
of mall space, shopping can be done
at a leisurely pace while finding
unique items. Featuring art, crafts,
jewelry, clothing, glass, wood, music,
photography, toys, Christmas d6cor,
and much more makes this a gift
buyer's delight. The event will also
featureholiday-themedmusic, holiday
carolers, dance performances, and
roving street performers. Downtown
restaurants, pubs, and cafes will be
open during the festivities.


The Gulfport Merchants Association
is seeking vendors and sponsors
for this holiday themed event. To
download the application, please
visit http://suzieking.com/.

Meet the Authors
Gulf Beaches Historical Museum
has invited four local authors for you
to meet as you enjoy dinner. Salad,
seafood, rice, vegetables and dessert
will be catered by The Hurricane.
Nino Fabiano, whose "Egmont
Passage" novels blendlocal geography
and lore with a captivating tale, a
mystery, a ghost, and a continuing
cast of characters. Intended for young
adults, the stories compel readers of
all ages to follow their dreams, no
matter where they might take them!
Roberta Whipple's addition to
the Arcadia Publishing "Images of
America" series brings her unique
perspective on the history of Corey
Avenue, having grown up as the
daughter of one of the original
shopkeepers. Full of wonderful
pictures, this is one for your coffee
tables!


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Robert Stanton tells the story of
how the streetcars built the city of
St. Petersburg and made it grow. In
recent yearshe hasbecome wellknown
for a series of books he has published
about trolley car transportation in
Camden and Philadelphia.
Frank Hurley Jr. is a local legendary
historian. If you need an answer, he
has it in his numerous books.
Cost for members $12, non-members
$15. Please bring your own table setup
(disposable plate and silverware).
The event will be held at the
Warren Webster Community Center,
1500 Pass-a-Grille Way on Sunday,
November 15. BYOB cocktail social
at 5 p.m., dinner to follow.
RSVP no later than November 12
by leaving a message at the Museum,
727-552-1610. Space is limited to 80
guests. Make your reservation now.

Thanksgiving Dinner
and Program
Thanksgiving is fast approaching
and Holy Name is again providing a
Thanksgiving Dinner for all Gulfport
residents to enjoy. The event will be
on Sunday, November 22. The menu
will include turkey and stuffing and
all the trimmings including desserts
and coffee. Beer and wine will also
be available. Tickets will be $7.50 for
adults and $3.50 for children under
12 years old.
St. Vincent de Paul Society will be
distributing Thanksgiving dinners
to Gulfport residents again this
year. Donate a food item such as can
vegetables and fruit, soups, instant
potatoes and stuffing or personal
items. Exchange for a raffle ticket to
win great prizes.
Please call Marjorie Hynish at
347-8611 for information or the
church office at 347-9989.. First prize
will be a weekend at the Tradewinds
Resort on St. Pete Beach. Must be
registered to receive the prizes.
Dinner will be at the Maria Center at
Holy Name Church, 5800 15 Avenue
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Salvation Army to Hold
Annual Holiday Market
The Salvation Army Ladies
Fellowship will hold its annual
Holiday Market on Saturday,
November 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
The Salvation Army located at 3800
Ninth Avenue N. in St. Petersburg.
Vendors will be on hand selling
gently used household items, arts and
crafts, jewelry, antiques, collectables
and other crafty home decorations.
Hot dogs and chips will be available
for $3 and a sit down spaghetti
dinner will be available for $5 each. A
silent auction will also be conducted
throughout the course of the day.
For more information on the Holiday
Market please contact Eileen Conte
at Eileen_Conte@uss.salvationarmy.
org or by phone at (727) 323-2222.

Free Foreclosure
Prevention Workshops
St. Petersburg Neighborhood
Housing Services (SPNHS) will begin
offering free foreclosure prevention
workshops on Mondays at 1600 Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Street S. in
St. Petersburg from 6-7:30 p.m. HUD
certified counselors will be on site to
provide struggling homeowners an
overview of the foreclosure process
and offer individual counseling
opportunities to develop an actionplan
to avoid foreclosure. All homeowners,
regardless of circumstances, are
encouraged to attend. Call 821-6897
for more information.


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USCG Safe Boating
Classes
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Flotilla 78 has a 13-week continuous
cycle of Safe Boating Classes
every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Warren
Webster 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.
Classes include: "Handling Your
Boat" Nov. 10; "Your Highway Signs"
Nov. 17; and "Rules of the Nautical
Road" Nov. 24.


Cost is $40 for 13 weeks andincludes
a new 400-page manual. Call Jim at
360-4846, or Warren at 321-7801, or
Phil at 865-2226.

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


Celebrating 28 Years of Professional
Lawn Spraying
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Take the Gabber on Vacation...
Gulfport resident Laura Mur-
phy visited her home state of
Connecticut and brought the
Gabber along. Being a huge
University of Connecticut
women's basketball fan, she
had to visit UCONN's Gamp-
bel Pavillion, where they play
(and win alot) and the statue
of mascot Jonathon the Hus-
kie. She also took a side trip
to Vermont and stopped in at
the Vermont Country Store
(along with her Gabber). The
cool early September weather
gave her hope that soon our
weather will be a tad more
tolerable. P.S. Her edition of
the Gabber was the one with
the Happy Talk ad of her and
husband Pat on their 40th
wedding anniversary. Had to
show the folks back home.

Send us your picture with you and your Gabber on vacation.
Include a brief description and your name.
News@TheGabber.com






Rotary Club of
St. Petersburg
The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg
Suncoast meets every Tuesday at
noon, at Gigi's Restaurant, located at
6852 Gulfport Boulevard (Pasadena
Shopping Center). They encourage
thoseinterestedinbecoming members
to attend as welcomed guests.
Upcoming programs include Lori
Knox from Suncoast Hospice, Richard
Clarke from the city of St. Petersburg
and the city's Recycling Program and
speaker Richard Stahl highlighting
Consumer Protection.
Current projects of their group
include Gulfport Food Bank,
celebrating arts locally at the Morean
Arts Center and so much more.
For more information, please
contact Jerome Hendrickson at 727-
321-8719.

Foster Homes Needed
There are more than 3,500 depen-
dent children in Pinellas and Pasco
counties due to child abuse, neglect
or abandonment. Many of them need
loving foster parents. For more infor-
mation on becoming a foster parent,


please call Eckerd Community Alter-
natives Recruitment Line toll-free at
1-866-271-4705 and press "7".

Calling All Crafters
The American Legion Auxiliary St.
Petersburg Unit 14 will be holding
an indoor Craft Show on Saturday,
November 21 at 1520 Fourth Street
N. They are looking for vendors to sell
handmade crafts. Spaces are limited
so call early.
Interested crafters can contact
Bonnie Carter at 727-521-4049,
email din.i \\ .'I/', I.im1p. 1i.iy.rr.com
or Helen Butler at 727-526-9977.
Proceeds raised from this event will
be used to fund the American Legion
Auxiliary Girls State program.

Salvation Army Needs
Holiday Volunteers
The Salvation Army of South Pinellas
County is seeking holiday volunteers
to assist with the registration of
clients who will receive gifts and food
for Christmas. Volunteers will meet
and greet clients, help them complete
paperwork for assistance, complete


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Angel Tree Tags, answer telephones
and much more.
Registration takes place from
October 13 through November 13,
Monday through Friday from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Volunteer hours are
flexible with shifts available from 9
a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to
4p.m. Registration will take place at
The Salvation Army located at 1400
Fourth Street S. in St. Petersburg.
For more information on all holiday
volunteer opportunities please call
Gail Stark, Community Relations
Coordinator at (727) 550-8080, ext.
332 or email her at GailStark@uss.
salvationarmy.org.

DBSA Support Group
Are you depressed or bipolar or have
another disorder? Come to a support
group that meets every Thursday
evening from 7-9 p.m. at Northeast
Presbyterian Church, 4400 Shore
Acre Boulevard NE. They also have a
teen group that meets from 6-8 p.m.
Call Mary at 727-204-2608 for more
information.

Thanksgiving Dinner
at Trinity Nazarene
Trinity Nazarene Church at 1000 55
Street S. in Gulfport will serve their
annual Thanksgiving dinner with all
the trimmings on November 21 at 5
p.m. A donation of $7 for adults and
$2.50 for children will be appreciated.
Please RSVP to Janet at 328-9277 by
November 15.


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Hamilton Disston
School Rummage Sale
Hamilton Disston School, 5125
11 Avenue S. in Gulfport will hold
their 1st Annual Rummage Sale
on November 14 from 8-2 p.m.
Items include clothing, electronics,
antiques and more! Support their
fundraiser by making a purchase.

Donate Books, Stamps,
Postcards to Library
Donations of books, stamps
and postcards are wanted by the
bookstore of The Friends of the West
St. Petersburg Community Library
located on the St. Petersburg
College Gibbs Campus at the corner
of Eighth Avenue N. and 67th
Street. The proceeds from the sale of
these items are used to fund special
children's and adult programs to
benefit the community. They are
willing to pick up any items at your
convenience.
Call Charlie Grandmaison at
343-2776 or email to ChasGene@aol.
com.

Polish American
Society Dances
Polish American Society of St.
Petersburg located at 1343 Beach
Drive SE (next to the Coast Guard
commissary) is open for dancing and
dinner on Sundays through May
31 from 3-7 p.m. Dancing from 4-7
p.m. Dinner from 3-4:30 p.m. Call
894-9908 or visit their web site at
www.polishsociety.org for more
information.

Fine Dining Every
Thursday Night
The Sons of Italy has opened its
fall season with great new meal
choices that change weekly and
include entree, salad and dessert
for $9. Reservations requested for
parties over five. Call 323-2691 or
Giuseppe at 798-6355. The Sons of
Italy dining room is located at 2500
34 Street S. next to Kentucky Fried
Chicken (watch for their flotilla of
Italian flags). Visit Sonsofltaly2427.
com.


Gabber November 5 November 11, 2009


After Hours At American Stage


Aleshea Harris stars in the After Hours Cabaret, Grit and Silk. American Stage sells tickets
for this show on a "pay-what-you-can" basis.

By Cathy Salustri

Complaining that St. Petersburg rolls up the sidewalks after 9 o'clock?
American Stage answers that complaint with its After Hours series. The After
Hours series, brainchild of Todd Olson, American Stage's Producing Artistic
Director came about when Olson wanted to enlarge American Stage's "artistic
identity," according to Olson.
"When we choose our mainstage plays, we have to choose plays that are going
to be satisfying to over 3000 subscribers, but when we choose these, we can
chose things off the beaten track. There is an audience for this out there, but
we don't have the pressure of 'Oh my god, we're going to make the subscribers
mad'," he says. Some of the plays, such as New Century, deal with mature
themes and have nudity, while others explore homosexuality and other same-
sex issues. Sandwiching these shorter, sometimes more exploratory pieces
between the mainstage productions allows American Stage to offer more kinds
of theatre to more kinds of audiences.
"It was kind of a stroke of genius on his part," American Stage's Director of
Marketing, Andy Orrell says. The After Hours series consists of shorter shows:
some plays, some musicals, and some cabaret-style entertainment. American
Stage mounts these productions in between its main stage productions as well
as after certain shows.
The After Hours shows run the gamut from this week's Manifesting Soul,
a cabaret-style show featuring poet/singer Erica Sutherlin, to last week's
End of the Road, a one-man show about Jack Kerouac. American Stage calls
some of the shows "edgy" and others "soul-grabbing," but the one constant in
every After Hours production remains the disparity between American Stage's
season of main stage shows and these more unusual works.
"We kept on talking about these shows that we really wanted to do, things that
we felt artistically we needed to do because if we didn't do them there wasn't
anyone else in the Tampa Bay area who could do them," Orrell explains.
Different show draw different types of audiences, Orrell says. He adds that all
the shows exceeded the regional Equity theatre company's expectations.
"Originally we thought, 'We probably won't make any money on this, but it's
what we should do'," he says. But the very first show, The Vagina Monologues,
turned out large crowds and, Orrell says, "was a huge, huge success."
"We're really impressed and really excited about the support that the people
in the community have given to this," Orrell says. "We've found a niche."
Future After Hours shows include The Dumb Show, From Havana to
Hell's Kitchen, Grit and Silk, and A Truman Capote Christmas Story. Call
American Stage at 823-7529 or visit AmericanStage.org for tickets and more
information.







Treasure Island Building Renovation

Runs into Complications


By Kate Bradshaw


TREASURE ISLAND Every week the site looks different. First there was
the "Demolition Sale". Then the structure, which sits at the northeast corner
of Gulf and Causeway Boulevards, was vacant. Now, with only a portion of
its storefront remaining, the structure that for years as housed the Treasure
Island Surf Style location looks to be a goner.
But that wasn't the owner's original intent, says Treasure Island City Planner
Lynn Rosetti.
This past Wednesday the Treasure Island Planning and Zoning Board will
hold an emergency meeting to address a changes to a plan that originally
entailed a renovation; one that was supposed to retain some of the original
structure for historic and stylistic purposes.
Initially, Edlan, Inc., the Hollywood, Florida-based owner of this and numerous
other Surf Style stores, had planned to leave the external wall that fronts the
57-year-old art moderne structure intact, Rosetti said. The building would
serve as updated digs for the same Surf Style location; not condos as many
passersby seem to assume.
"They want it to continue to look old Florida," Rosetti said. "They do want it to
have that same look of the old building."
Major changes included raising the roof, demolishing the portion of the building
that once contained a Chinese restaurant and beefing up the structure's
disaster readiness. They will likely add restaurant space to the side of the
building that fronts Gulf Boulevard.
Yet as the "renovation" began, Rosetti said, the developer began to unearth
some severe structural problems.
"The building portions that are to remain are literally falling down," she said.
"It's really just a mess."
Rosetti added that she and others could see the walls of the building sway
when up close.
"A good breeze would blow it down and we can't have that," she said.
Rosetti said that the structural integrity of the 1952 building has nothing
to do with the work of the developer and that it may cause some delays in
construction; something Wednesday's meeting, the result of which was not
available by press time, aimed to mitigate. The developer hopes the update
will be completed in time for the 2010 spring break season.


Boca Ciega High School


Scoreboard
By Leigh Clifton
Football
Boys Varsity
10/30/09
Boca Ciega High 50
Seminole High 6

Boys Junior Varsity
10/22/09
Boca Ciega High 22
Tarpon Springs 0

Volleyball
Girls Varsity
11/03/09
Boca Ciega High 0
Eastlake High 3

10/30/09
Boca Ciega High 1
Northeast High-St. Pete 3
10/28/09
Boca Ciega High 3
Largo High 2

Cross Country
10/29/09
Boys PCAC Meet
Boca Ciega High 169
(5th place of 15 schools competing)

Girls PCAC Meet
Boca Ciega High 130
(5th place of 15 schools competing)


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7 "We make your trees feel beautiful"
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LAWNS MOWED $12.50 AND-Up. Land-
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Cleaned, Handyman Experienced, Reliable.
727-343-8619.


DAN'S HAULING-341-1135. Full Service
Cleanups. Bobcat & Demo Work.


PINNIX PAINTING INC.- Interior, Exterior. In
Business Locally Since 1980. Free Estimates.
Commercial Residential References Upon
Request. Lic. #C4334. 548-9293.
BYRON JOHNSON PAINTING PLUS, INC.-
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Lic. #C-9894, Insured, Quality Work. 727-365-
1088.
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Fair & Honest Rates. Lic.# C-8774. 727-546-
8034.
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1674. References, Guaranteed.


SMART DISCOUNT PLUMBING-Hot Water
Tanks, Faucets, All Your Plumbing Needs. $60
per hour, Senior Discounts. 30yrs. Experience.
ic. (RF67158), Insured. 727-823-6425.
LINGO'S PLUMBING RELIABLE-Repairs,
Replacements, Fixtures. Sewers, Cleaning,
Remodels, New Construction, Accepting
Credit Cards. Lic.#CFC1426040. 727-403-
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Faucets
Toilets
W' Water Heaters
* Sewer & Drain
Cleaning
Leak Repair
Charles Plumbing 727-5222508
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SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS In Your Home.
Most Repairs Done in Home. All Makes, All
Models. Work Guaranteed. 393-3632.

Affordable Redecorating
The Upfiostery Doctor
Your re-upholstery specialist
FREE ESTIMATES
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MINOR ALTERATIONS AND-Sewing. Basic
Slack and Skirt Hems $7. Zippers Replaced
$10. Eileen's Resale Boutique, 5401 Gulfport
Blvd. Open Tues.-Sat. 10-3pm.
100'S OF WINDOWS- White, Aluminum,
Bronze & Bathrooms, Aluminum Awnings. We
Make & Re-Screen Screens. 5485 Haines Rd.,
St. Pete. 727-526-1494.
PEDICURES- If you can't reach your toes, call
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CAREGIVER TO LIVE WITH-Elderly Female.
Room and Board with Weekly Salary. Gulfport
Area. Kind and Compassionate. Background
Check and References 413-527-0165.
CNA-To Work at my Assisted Living Facility.
South Pasadena. Good Personality, Loves
People, Good Sense of Humor. Must be able
to Lift. Weekends Only Overnight. Contact
Owner 727-244-3203.
2 HAIR STYLISTS WANTED- Chair Rental,
$150/Wk. Hair Designs, 6641 Central Ave.
727-418-6109.
PLACE YOUR HELP WANTED AD- Here for
$12 per week. Call 321-6965.
HAIR STYLIST WANTED-Busy Fantastic
Sams needs Experienced Stylist. Generous
Commission with Guaranteed Salary & Bonus.
Call 727-501-6078.
LIVE-IN MATURE WOMEN-for Housekeep-
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to Assist Mature Man. Furnished Apt. & Sal-
ary Provided. 727-289-3588. Also Part Time
Handyman.
ADDICTION COUNSELOR-Contract Posi-
tion. Licensed Health Care Provider or CAP
preferred, unlicensed applicants with experi-
ence considered. Contact Cindy Gould 727-
345-9192.
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sisted Living Facility, So. Pasadena Area. 727-
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1999 DODGE CARAVAN- Runs Great, Cold
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ing $3200. 727-743-0701.
2007 MINI COOPER S- MINT! 38k miles.
manual, $16,500 813-391-5154
CASH PAID FOR CARS- Prices Subject to
Steel Market Value. 727-328-8004.
MERCURY SABLE GS 1993-New Tires & Ra-
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COMPUTERS (2) Gateway Pentium Ill/IV,
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2 OVER STUFFED-Over Sized Chairs with
Ottoman. Southwest Theme, Purples, Greens,
Tans, Nice! $350. 727-381-3611.
BRAND NEW Jacuzzi's, Bathtubs w/shower
stalls, Sinks, Faucets. Still in Boxes. $150 &
up. Call for more information. 217-6017.
TWIN BEDS SET-with Mattresses, Wood
Frames Head/Foot Boards $100. Rattan Love
Seat with Cushions $50. 808-344-1009.
WOOD DRESSER-5 Drawers $75. Lighted
Curio Cabinet, French Provincial $100. Cafe
Table with 2 chairs $50. 3 End Tables $35.
each 808-344-1009.
DINING TABLE W/LEAF 4 Chairs & China
closet, $90. Toddler bed w/mattress and some
linens. $35. Wood Dining Table, $20, Square
White Coffee Table. $5. Call 328-9277.
MAPLE ROCKING CHAIR Perfect for rock-
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OFF WHITE SOFA-with Matching Lounge and
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ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Good Con-
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$100. 557-8401.
DINING ROOM SET-7 Chairs $200. Matching
Glass Hutch $125. 808-344-1009.


4 HEAVY DUTY-Drive on Ramps. Could be
used for Buses, Large Trucks and Heavy Duty
Equipment. 2-12ft x 3ft. and 2-15ft x 3ft. $2000.
727-345-1789.
HANDMADE AFGANS & BABY BLANKETS-
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Various Colors and Prices. Electric Broom,
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COMPUTER ARMOIR Brand New, $100, 27"
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12x12 album $12. Custom bed spread, dou-
ble, Mainly green, Brand New. $25. Worth
$125. Picture frames, all sizes. $1 & up.
Wrought Iron magazine rack-$3. 812-3820. At
the Fountains.
TWO CEMETERY PLOTS Garden Santuary,
7950 131st St. N. Seminole. $2500/both. 727-
631-2634.
WAREHOUSE SALE!
Shirts of Bamboo Going out of Business. Full
line of Bamboo Clothing, Office Supplies,
Electronic, CDs, Furniture, Art Lumber, Etc. at
Blowout Prices! Wide Variety of Items Every-
thing must go! Stop by 4025 7th Terrace S. St.
Pete, Mon Fri 10am to 3pm. and Sundays
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90% off! Call 727-388-6813 for any questions.
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WET SLIPS From 25' to 45' Sail or Power.
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LARGE DOG CRATE Metal, Like New. $50.
410-3516.
LABRADOODLE MIX- Female, 1 Year Old.
Free to Good Home. 727-551-1687.


I BUY FISHING TACKLE Cash Paid. Reels,
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Gulfport's City-Wide


Yard Sale!





The City of Gulfport is sponsoring their semi-annual
City-Wide Yard Sale, from dawn to dusk, on November 7th.
Below Are The Participating Gulfport Homes


Stetson Area
707 59th St. S.
808 59th St. S
812 59th St. S.
1115 61st St. S.
1205 Freemont St. S.
28th Ave. S. to
Gulfport Blvd.
5139 24th Ave. S.
5813 24th Ave. S.
5712 25th Ave. S.
5126 25th Ave. S.
5108 26th Ave. S.
5814 26th Ave. S.
4901 27th Ave. S.
4908 27th Ave. S.
4914 27th Ave. S.
5050 27th Ave. S.
5136 27th Ave. S.
5227 27th Ave. S.
5843 27th Ave. S.
2411-#15 Beach Blvd. S.
2408 50th St. S.
2714 52nd St. S.
2838 53rd St. S.
2601 54th St. S. (Rear alley)
2601 56th St. S.
2626 56th St. S.


2808 Clinton St. S.
2502 58th St. S.
2408 59th St. S.
Marina District
2834 Tifton St. S. (29th Ave. side)
2648 45th St. S.
2900 45th St. S. (Gulfport Shores)
2706 Upton St. S.
2644 49th St. S.
2702 49th St. S.
2838 Miriam St. S.
4768 Baywood Pt. Dr. S.
North of Gulfport Blvd.
5402 8th Ave. S.
5301 10th Ave. S.
5144 12th Ave.S.
5602 12th Ave. S.
5139 16th Ave. S.
5146 15th Ave. S.
5410 16th Ave. S.
5413 16th Ave. S.
5414 16th Ave. S.
5418 16th Ave. S.
5130 Preston Ave. S.
5213 17th Ave. S.
5522 17th Ave. S.
5619 18th Ave. S.
5210 19th Ave. S.
5814 Tangerine Ave. S.


4923 20th Ave. S.
4917 20th Ave. S.
5001 20th Ave. S.
1925 49th St. S.
5829 20th Ave. S.
1601 54th St. S.
1201 55th St. S.
1208 55th St. S.
1520 55th St. S.
1901 56th St. S.
1806 57th St. S.
1325 59th St. S.
Shore Blvd. S.
to 28th Ave.
5725 Shore Blvd. S.
5980 Shore Blvd. S. (Diplomat
Building)
2937 53rd St. S.
2914 54th St. S.
5112 28th Ave. S.
5019 29th Ave. S.
5137 29th Ave. S.
5425 30th Ave. S.
5620 30th Ave. S.
5955 30th Ave. S.
5112 31st Ave. S.
5301 31st Ave. S.
5426 31st Ave. S.


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Yard/Garage Sale


Yard/Garage Sale


Yard/Garage Sale










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DESIGNER FABRICS-New Arrivals. $1-$8/
Yard. Tropical & Animal Cotton Prints, Uphol-
stery Tapesty, Silks, Filing Cabinet $15. Hand-
painted pictures and pillows. Friday & Satur-
day 7100 2nd Ave. S. St. Pete. Corner 71st St.
& 2nd Ave. 8:00-? 727-501-2350.
www.josiesinc.com
Overstock Fabric
MULTI FAMILY SALE-19th Ave. S. & 56th St.
S. Fri. & Sat. 8am.-2pm. Lots of Great, Clean
Stuff.
LARGE 3 FAMILY SALE-Sat. 8am.-4pm.
Items for Everyone. Priced to Sell. (Many Col-
lectibles). 5318 Jersey Ave. S.

ISLAND WIDE
YARD SALE
Paradise Island Area of Treasure Island. Over
80 Residents Participating. Saturday, Nov. 7,
2009.8 a.m. 3 p.m.
GULFPORT, 4768 BAYWOOD PT.-and Neigh-
bors. Sat. 8am.-? Pool Table, Hobie, Zodiac,
Marine Equipment, Tools, Stereo Equipment,
Speakers, Art Work, Vintage Items, Riding
Lawn Mower.
100 PARK ST. S.-Fri. & Sat. 8am.-4pm. Jew-
elry, Furniture, Clothes, Washer/Dryer, Books,
Art Work, Good Stuff No Junk.
WAREHOUSE SALE-3215 Fairfield Ave. So.
Sat. 11/7. 8am.-? Furniture, Lamps, Sofa's,
Love Seats, Chairs, Pictures. All kinds of
Clothes, Men, Women, Boys & Girls. Big
Jeans, Shoes & Much More! 727-898-8827.
ESTATE SALE- 6080 80th St. N. Five Towns,
Madison Bldg. #108. Beautiful Clothes, Small
to Plus Sizes. Furniture, Kitchen, Glass, Crys-
tal, Jewelry. Priced to Sell. Sat. Nov. 7th 7a.m.-
1p.m. Sunday 8-12,
SAT. NOV. 7 9A.M.-NOON. 6740 Park St.
S. Huge Church-wide yard sale, Bake Sale,
Hot Dog Lunch, Car Wash! Furniture, House-
hold, Electronics, Kitchen, Kids. Designer/Ca-
reer Clothes $1 each. Like New Baby/Toddler
Clothes, Toys, Fur Stoles.
50% TO 75% OFF ALL SUMMER-Clothing.
Our $1 and $2 Clearance Racks are Better
than the Thrift Stores! Eileen's Resale Bou-
tique, 5401 Gulfport Blvd, Open Tues.-Sat.
10-3pm.











2105 52ND ST. S.- Friday & Saturday, 8-? Fur-
niture & Misc.
2707 54TH ST. S.- Pride Electric Wheelchair,
Like New. Glassware, Dolls, Jewelry, Clothes,
Shoes, Infant to Adult. Toys, Lots of Misc. Sat.
9-3p.m.
PILGRIM CHURCH FLEA MARKET-6315
Central Ave., Sat., 11/7, 9-1, Silent Auction,
Snack Bar.
HUGE NEIGHBORHOOD SALE-58th St. S.,
66th St. S., 1st Ave. to 6th Ave. S. Sat. & Sun.
8am.-2pm. Look for Balloons and Signs.


NEIGHBORHOOD SALE-6600-6700 12th
Ave. N. Sat. 8am.-lpm. Children Books and
Clothing from size 0-2yrs. Furniture, Tools,
Storage Cleanout and More!
4929 9TH AVE. S. Friday, Saturday, 8a.m.-
3p.m. Sunday 9a.m.-2p.m. Produce, Cloth-
ing, You Name It!!
2408 50TH ST. S.-Sat. 7am.-lpm. PLEASEH-
ELP! My Wife told me to Clean out the Garage
or Get the Boot! Lots of Great Stuff, DVD's,
Plus size Clothing, Cook ware & Much More!
A Percentage of the Proceeds will go to St.
Vincent De Paul Society to Help with the
Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy. (Extra
Donations Excepted.
3919 56TH AVE. N.-Friday & Saturday 8am.-
4pm.
MULTI-FAMILY- Clothing, Household Items,
Golf Clubs & More. 8271 27th Ave. N. Satur-
day 7-3p.m.
1205 FREEMONT ST. S.-Gulfport. Fri. & Sat.
8am.-4pm. Decorative Iron, Furniture, Collect-
ibles. Come See!



FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Richard Trinque,
desiring to engage in business under the ficti-
tious name SOFR located in Pinellas County,
Florida, intends to register the said name with
the Division of Corporations, Florida Depart-
ment of State, pursuant to section 865.09 of
the Florida Statutes. November 5, 2009.
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Melissa Tytar, de-
siring to engage in business under the ficti-
tious name Angel Guards located in Pinellas
County, Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Division of Corporations, Flor-
ida Department of State, pursuant to section
865.09 of the Florida Statutes. November 5th
2009.



BABY KITTEN FOUND Approx. 5 or 6
months old. Orang/white w/Fluffy Tail. Gulf-
port Area. Call 455-8706.

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PRAYER TO ST. JUDE This novena has
never been known to fail. This novena must be
said for 9 consecutive days. Publication must
be promised. Oh Holy St. Jude, Apostle and
Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles,
near kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful inter-
cessor of all who invoke your special patron-
age in time of need, to you I have recourse
from the depth of my heart and humbly beg
to whom God has given great power to come
to my assistance. Help me in my present
urgent petition. In return, I promise to make
your name known and call you to be invoked.
St. Jude, pray for us all who invoke your aid.
Amen. Say 3 Our Fathers, 3 Hail Marys & 3
Gloria's. R.S.



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BAY PINES AREA HOUSE- 3BR/2BA/1CG
w/lnground Screened Pool. $1200/Mo. Call
727-776-1353 or 727-343-1242.
TYRONE AREA HOUSE- 3Br./2Ba./1Cg. In-
ground pool. $1200/mo. Call 727-776-1353.
826 64TH ST. S.-1BR/1BA Water Included.
Close to Shopping and Beaches. No Pets.
$650/Mo. $200/Security. 727-798-8837 or
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727-384-9154 or 727-565-5719.
GULFPORT MARINA AREA HOUSE- 3BR/
2BA, Carport. Screened Back Porch, W/D, D/
W, CHA, Vinyl Fencing. $1250/Mo. Pet Friend-
ly. Yearly Lease or Longer 727-328-0203.
GULFPORT ARTS DISTRICT-Carriage House
1 BR Apt. with Private Roof Top Deck. 1 Block
to Public Beach & 3 Blocks to Restaurants &
Shops. $575/Mo. plus Electric. Dan Yingst Re-
alty 727-321-5258.
CUTE & CLEAN 3/2 Block Home, Fenced
Yard, Close to Everything. Must See to Appre-
ciate. $950/Mo. $500 Security Deposit. 727-
742-9546.
ST. PETE BEACH-2BR, Nice Yard, Small Pet
Ok. $795/Mo. Seniors Preferred. 727-363-
3050, cell 727-412-2157.
TREASURE ISLAND Waterfront 1BR, Condo.
Annual. Fishing Dock, Water, Cable & Trash.
Quiet, Remodeled, Beautiful. No Pets. Avail-
able September. $695/Mo. 727-647-3328.
LARGE 1BR/1BA-Bermuda Bay Condo. Gat-
ed Waterfront Community on Private Beach.
Washer/Dryer, W/G/S, Basic Cable Included.
$750/Mo. N/S, No pets 727-460-0251.

$100 MOVE IN
2Br/1Ba $675/Month. Charming Cottage,
CHA, Washer/Dryer, Gorgeous Fenced Yard,
Quiet, Perfect for Kids/Pets, $500 Security.
Background. 727-321-9298 or 727-251-2766.
MADEIRA BEACH-1BR Apt. $600/Mo. Single
Occupancy. W/G/S Included. Across from
Beach and within Walking of John's Pass. Non-
Smoking, No Pets, Security Deposit. Credit
Check, Lease Required. 727-542-1772.
2519 BEACH BLVD.-1BR/Studio Downstairs,
Wood Floors, on Park, WSG Paid. Great
Neighborhood, Quiet. 7 blocks to Beach.
$550/Mo. 727-822-2955.
NEAR TYRONE GARDENS- 2BR/1 BA, Family
Room, Large Beautiful Lot, Close to Shopping.
1257 Essex Dr. N. $775/Mo. 727-345-7036.
$595/MO. 1BR HOME- Hidden from the
World, Private, Quiet, Solitude for One. Live
in a Tropical Rain Forest. North St. Pete. No
Smoking/Pets.727-398-2559.
1BR FURNISHED Cent. Ht/AC. Washer/
Dryer. $150/Wk .- $250/Sec. Plus Electric &
Cable. 345-1798

CRESCENT LAKE
AREA
1BR, $500-$550/Mo. 2 Blocks to Lake and
1275. Ask about a Free Months Rent? Call
727-743-2546.
3BR/2BA- Pool Home, Terrazzo Floors, Credit
Check Required. By Appt. Only. 323-4130.
5101 29th Ave. S.


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"5 MINUTES TO THE BEACH"-1BR/1.5BA
1st floor Condo, W/D, Carport, Pool, Gated/
Secure Comm. with Amenities. Annual. THE
SUN TEAM 727-345-0099.
CLAM BAYOU DUPLEX-Quiet Neighborhood,
2BR, CHA, W/D, Garage. 1st & last, $725/Mo.
Non Smoker Preferred 727-327-2842.
2BR/2BA SPACIOUS CONDO- (Tyrone)
Stones Throw #13201. Cable, Water, Mainte-
nance Paid by Owner. $1000/mo. Mike Hitch-
ens, 727-688-8314. BEACH & LUXURY RE-
ALTY
WALK TO STETSON-2BR/2BA/1CG. Brand
New Carpet, A/C, Large Family Room, Laun-
dry Room, Sparkling Clean! Huge Backyard,
Circle Drive. Sm. Pets Ok. $1100/Mo. 1st/last
$500/Security. 1yr. Lease 727-642-1177.
STUDIO APT.-Overlooks Park and Tennis
Courts. Large Bath with Tub. Conveniently
located. Includes All Utilities/Cable/Internet.
Credit Check Required. 727-688-7622.
CHATEAU TOWER- 2BR/2BA, All New Appli-
ances including W/D, New 20" Tile in LR/DR
& Kitchen, New Carpet in Bedrooms. No Pets.
7th Floor Great Waterview. Yearly lease $1000/
Mo.Possible Option to Buy. 727-360-4123.
GULFPORT BUNGALOW-Seeks 2 Students
to Share this Classic Home! 2/1, W/D, CH/A
walk to Beach & Restaurants 727-418-7272.
www.Gulfport-Florida-Rentals.com

WALK TO ART
DISTRICT & BEACH
in Gulfport. Large 1000sqft. 1Br/1.5Ba Apt.
$775/Mo. Yearly Lease. Parking. Call for Ap-
pointment. 727-644-2441.
GULFPORT SEASONAL RENTAL-2BR/1BA
Apt. 2nd Floor. Clean, Quiet and Close to
Art District. $1100/mo. Furnished. Anna 727-
321-5146. Available Now.
SOUTH PASADENA- Chateau Tower ground
floor, 1Br/1.5Ba. spacious; All new flooring,
paint, stove. Heated pool, sauna, fitness cen-
ter. $740/month plus dep. Yrs. lease. Loca-
tion+, George. 727-452-5307.
1BR/1BA DUPLEX- W/S/G, Shaded Yard,
Near Bus Line, $600/Mo., $300 Securityl Con-
tact Jim @ 727-321-7201.
2401 QUINCY ST. S.-2BR/1 BA. Florida Room
could be Used as 3rd Bedroom. CHA, Eat-in
Kitchen, Laundry, Fenced yard. $750/Mo. 727-
365-9390.
4925 12TH AVE. S.- 2BR/1BA, $725/Mo.
Available Now. 727-322-8030.
NORTH ST. PETE HOUSE-$985/Mo. 600 33rd
Ave. N. 3BR/2BA, Dining Room, Hardwood
Floors, C/HA, Garage. Screened Porch. No
Pets. 1yr. Lease plus Security 727-527-3542.
5945 FAIRFIELD AVE. S.- 2BR Apt., $625/Mo.
727-302-9838.


1BR APT. GULFPORT 1930's Bungalow,
Furnished or Unfurnished, Short or Long-term,
$700/mo. Utilities Included. 727-252-3305.
PATRIOT SQUARE-Over 55 Community,
2BR/2BA 2nd Floor Unit for Rent. Newly Dec-
orated, Screened Porch, Walking distance to
shopping, dining. Two small pets permitted.
Short drive to beach & interstate. Two pools,
one heated. Sauna, Tennis, Shuffleboard.
$650/mo. including water & trash collection.
Call 727-866-6184 or 727-543-9341. Between
8a.m. & 4p.m.

REDUCED RENT
Gulfport Duplex. 1 Bedroom with Separate
Dining Area. Dishwasher and C/HA, Carport
and Private Fenced Yard. Lawn Care and W/
S/G Included in Rent. $750/Mo. $500/Damage
Deposit. 727-942-7606 or 727-278-4852.
6220 10TH AVE. S.- 2 Story, 4BR/3BA/2CG,
All Appliances, Hardwood Floors. Stainless,
Granite, Laundry Room W/D, Fenced Yard.
$1850/Mo. 727-492-9065.
GULFPORT IMMACULATE -1 BR/1 BA. $575/
Mo. C/H/A, W/S/G Paid, Laundry. Small Quiet
Complex. Petless, Smokeless. Reserved Park-
ing. 727-360-4054. Leave Message.
GULFPORT 3BR/1BA-1701 53RD ST. S.
Separate Garage, Fenced Yard, Pets Ok, Cen-
tral A/C, $900/Mo. Call 305-975-0840.
SMALL QUIET EFFICIENCY- All Utilities In-
cluded. 727-343-1637. Also need Part Time
Handyman & Part Time Housekeeper.

ORGANIC GARDEN
STUDIO
Art District. With Hardwood Floors, Electric,
Water, Gas, Garbage and Sewer Included.
WIFI in Building. $595/Mo. or $150/Wk. 727-
323-7268 www.BryanTree.Com
NORTH ST. PETE-Unfurnished Apts. $585.
plus Security. 1BR/1BA. Includes Everything
except Cable & phone. Laundry on Premises.
One Block to City busline. 727-692-0899.
WATERFRONT-PASADENA-What a View!
1BR/1BA Condo. W/D, Carport, Pool, Gated
"Adult" Community. Annual Lease THE SUN
TEAM 727-345-0099.
2BR/2BA CONDO-Pool, Clubhouse, Pool
Table, Beautiful Ceramic Tile, Convenient
Location, Small pets Ok. Cable Included. 5
minutes from Beach. So. Pasadena. $825/Mo.
727-374-3092.
PRIVATE BEACH -1BR/1BA, 1 Unfurnished
Condo, Between Maximo & Gulfport Marina,
Gated, Guarded, Pools, Tennis, Jacuzzi, Wa-
ter, Cable Included, $800/Mo. Long Term.
727-864-6331. mussex@aol.com
GULFPORT 2/1 SMALL FRAME HOUSE-
Screened Porch, Fenced Yard. Central H/A,
Washer/Dryer, $675/mo. plus $300 Security,
Includes Water. 322-8242.


LAKE MAGGIORE Over looking the lake 1 & 2 br units $695 & $795
MEL TAN-HEIGHTS 3br/lba large fenced lot carport. Lots of space $795
GULFPORT-STETSON AREA 2/3 br hardwood flrs large yard $895
BARTLET PARK 2br/2ba fenced yard W&D Hook ups SEC 8 OK $650
SOUTH PASADENA lbr/lba Waterfront Condo, Pool, No pets $625
FRUITLAND HEIGHTS 3br/lba Lease Option avail Hardwood firs $795
GULFPORT 2br/lba carport extra storage. Near waterfront Dist. $625
OLD NE Ibr apts incl. WSG, Gas & Basic Cable. 2nd mo. 1/2 rent $550 .67
3&= Rentals & Realty, Inc. (727) 867-3767


TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 327-5368.
GULFPORT 1BR/1BA-Cute Key West Style
Cottage, Near Pier & Beach. W/D, Tenant
Check. $650/Mo. plus Security 727-502-9479.
2BR/1BA- Hardwood Floors, Garage, Fenced-
In Yard, Oak Trees, Good Neighbors. Sect. 8
Okay. 804-9237. 2042 45th St.S.,St. Pete.
TOWN SHORES KENMORE-1BR Deluxe.
Immaculate. Parking at Security Door. Annual
$675/Mo. 1st/Last, Security Deposit. Cable/
Gas/Water Included. Non-Smoker. 978-649-
6562 or 978-621-2059.
MY TAXES ARE LOWER-So your Rent will
be Lower! 2BR/2BA at 2482 15th Ave. S.,
$675/Mo. 1BR House $550/Mo. 1744 44th St.
S. Both have A/C and W/D hook-up. Call 305-
975-0840.



To Qualified Tenants within 6 weeks or
We Give You 50% Discount on our
Service! Property Manager Alla
Panteleyva CPMS, 727-251-4004. Search
for Home at www.EsearchHome.com


ST. PETERSBURG- 2BR/2BA Condo, Pool,
Parking, Screened Patio. $795/Mo. & Sec.
727-417-1462.

TOWN SHORES
CHATHAM 55+
1BR/1BA Deluxe, Top Floor, Totally Remod-
eled. Partially Furnished, No Pets/Smoking.
$800/Mo. & Deposit, Annual. Water, Cable,
Gas Included. References. Available Now.
727-204-0149.
2BR/1.5 BATH HOME Central H/A, Large
Yard, Non-Smokers, No Pets. $775/mo. plus
$500 Security. Adults Preferred. Call 321-
8172.
1 BEDROOM DUPLEX APT.- Gulfport, Near
Beach, Carpeted, Fans, Deck, Backyard, AC,
$550/Mo. + Security, Plus Utilities. 727-321-
1605.
1BR GARAGE APT.- Furnished or Unfur-
nished. Dog Ok. Water Included. $425/Mo &
Security. Background Check. 42nd St. & 3rd
Ave. N. 321-0514 After 6p.m.

GORGEOUS
Gulfport 1BR/1BA Apt. Quiet Neighborhood.
Everything Fresh, New or Like New. Bright,
White thru-out. Spacious Tiled Kitchen. L/R,
B/R Carpeted. Efficient C/HA and Windows.
Ceiling Fans, Outside Sensor Lights. Prop-
erty Pretty as a Picture. $595/Mo. Tenant Pays
Utilities (more affordable then you might think).
Deposit Negotiable. Non Smoker. No Section
8. I could rent this quickly, but I'm looking for
a great neighbor" Call Dan 727-327-6144 to
see.
OPEN HOUSE-Gulfport's Finest Rental. Sun-
day Noon til 3pm. 2114 59th St. S. Remodeled
2BR/1BA. Amazing to Much to List. 727-328-
1989.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT- 1BR/1BA, Up-
stairs, $650/Mo. First & Security Required.
727-343-8018.


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PASADENA CHATEAU TOWER Great Wa-
terview, Remodeled 2BR/2BA, Balcony, W/D,
$1195/Mo. Yearly. Ralston's Realty Co. Diane,
727-367-6702.
ST. PETE BEACH- 1BR, $595/Mo. Large Ef-
ficiency, $565/Mo. Newly Renovated, Water
Included. Walk to Busline, Restaurants & Fish-
ing. 727-345-7036.
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.
Deposit Negotiable. $695/Mo. 1601 56th St. S.
727-278-9620.
GULFPORT MARINA 2Br/2Ba, Fenced
Yard, $950/mo. 417-1462.


1BR/1BA FURNISHED, DECORATED-
Unique Property. Pets Ok, Fenced. Includes
W/S/G, DVR Cable TV. Wireless Internet.
1 Block to Beach & Beach Blvd. $750/Mo. 808-
344-1009. floridakoolbeanz @ gmail.com
WATERFRONT GULFPORT MARINA- House
2BR/2BA, C/H/A, W/D, DW, Fully Furnished,
Fenced, Parking. Pet Friendly. Weekly/Monthly.
Call about November Special! 727-328-0203.
MAXIMO MARINA AREA-Completely Re-
modeled 1BR/1BA Waterfront with Boat Slip.
Beautifully Furnished, Covered Parking, On
Busline, Yearly $900/Mo. Seasonal $1500/Mo.
727-867-5536.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT- 2 Furnished
Apts. Both Upstairs in the Oaks, One Block
from Water, Walk to Restaurants, Nice Fenced
Yard, Wood/Tile Floors, WSG, Fireplace, Cov-
ered Parking, C/H/A, 2BR w/Office-FI Rm,
$750/Mo., or 2BR w/Wraparound Porch, $750/
Mo. Call 727-321-7201.
GULFPORT VACATION RENTAL-Clean &
Comfortable 1/1, W/D, CH/A, all Amenities,
Great Location! 727-418-7272.
www.Gulfport-Florida-Rentals.com
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2BR FURNISHED CONDO-Town Shores. 4th
floor, Close to Pool. Covered Parking. $900/
Mo. annual. 55+. Available Now. Call 727-656-
0469.


YOUR OWN ROOM & BATH-kitchen Privileg-
es. Pool heated year round. Fishing Pier. Bal-
cony. All Amenities, Smokeless, W/D, Cable
TV. $500/Mo. 727-867-9052.
GULFPORT ROOM-In My House. Full House
Privileges. $300/Mo., $100 Security. 727-366-
4141.
GULFPORT CONDO To share, 2/2 Master
Suite w/private bath. Full Privileges. $400 plus
shared Utilities. Non-Smoker, No Pets. 727-
709-3367.
ROOMMATE WANTED- Pasadena/Gulfport.
Full House Privileges, Utilities & Wireless
Internet Included. 727-623-1432 or 727-344-
0509.


OFFICE & RETAIL SPACE- From $398-$791/
Mo. Ample Parking. Madeira Beach. 727-641-
6465.


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WATERFRONT
CORNER UNIT
Town Shores, 2BR/2BA w/Views of Commu-
nity Marina and Waterways. Newer Windows,
Storm Shutters and Covered Assigned Park-
ing. By Appt. Only. $124,900. Bill Sampson,
Jr., BAIRD REALTY GROUP, 727-776-7280.
CONDO, GULFVIEW- 2BR/2BA, Gated, Pool,
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3BR/1.5BA/1CG BRICK HOME- Large Liv-
ing Room, Florida Room, Dining Room, New
Kitchen Cabinets, Birdcage Pool & Jacuzzi,
Fenced. $150,000.727-289-8729.
SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOME -2 Year Old
Appliances. Located at 7403 46th Ave. N. Sun-
shine Mobile Home Park, Lot 31. $3000. 208-
785-4405 or
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FOR SALE BY OWNER-Town Shores Em-
bassy #102. Ground Floor. 1450sqft. Condo.
2BR/2 Full Baths, Updated Interior, Tile,
Granite, Newly Painted. Bay 25-30ft. from
back door. Extremely Nice! $229K, Must See!
Call Lajean Suttles (423)-413-9208 or Greg
Baggett (423)-400-0437 to Schedule Appt. Of-
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Pasadena Yacht and Country Club condos for sale
CALL TODAY, Also boat slip.
SOUTH PASADENA 3 Homes total 5000 sq ft. Live
in one and have income from the other two.
JUNGLE COUNTRY HOME with extra lot 220 ft.
Direct waterfront.
ST PETE BEACH Lovely block home 1754 sq ft.
Great Location.
SEMINOLE What a buy 960 sq ft. 1 bd condo, new
paint and carpet $69,900.






Home in Gulfport over 1400 sq ft, beautiful large comer lot
with all new fenced yard, oversized garage, Terrazzo floors,
bonus room, could be 3rd bedroom, don't miss this one
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TOWN SHORES OF GULFPORT CONDO'S AVAILABLE 55+ COMMUNITY
TOWN SHORES NEW ON MARKET for AVALON #202 2 bed/2bati deluxe, updated wood flooring, tile carpet. Newer appliances, Mrs. Clean lived here, move in condition.
Priced at $107 000
SEMINOLE GARDEN APTS 8584111th St. N. #310 *2 bed, 2 bath corner condo, stps to Clubhouse priced @ $60,000
Avalon #206 1 bed/1 bath, standard, beautifully updated & furnished. Pets 20 Ibs, curb parking. Close to elevator & laundry room, 2nd floor. Priced $91,500
Eton #410 2 bed/2 bath, standard, water views, furnished. Curb parking. Priced at $105,000
Lancaster House #603, "Marina" water views, 2 bedrooms 2 baths deluxe, open kitchen, very appealing Priced at $127,500
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 bet of furnishings &
comforts of home. Includes carport & beautiful Marina views. Owners motivated to sell $189,000
Lancaster #415,2 bed/2 bath, corner unit, beautifully, updated & furnished. $169,000
Lancaster #304, 1 bed/1 bath, deluxe carport, marina views. Great Buy $99,000
Embassy #409, 1 bed/.5 bath, open water views, furnished. Owners motivated to sell. $159,00
Hampton #210, 1 bed/1 bath deluxe, new ew paint, waterfront marina views. $1 9,900
Eagle Crest 6420 6th Ave. N. 3 bed/2 bath 2,000 sq ft., Beautiful maintained home with "Green" Landscaping, close to beaches, Tyrone Square Mall and Churches Priced well at $285,000
South Pasadena Boca Ceiga Apts Intercoastal Waterfront 2 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. 1 car garage with storage. Well Priced $479,000
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 @ $99,000
HOMES
SALE/RENT 560 Zanesville St. S. St. Pete, FL 2 bed 1 bath w/carport, alley access, shady back fenced yard with oak trees double fence gate. Room for boat, pool, extra parking.
Priced at $76,000
NEW ON MARKET!!! 6901 Burlington Ave. N., Mini Estate 4 bed/ 2 bath main home, gleaming wood floors, tiled kitchen and hallway. Large kitchen, new cabinets, new
appliances, new vinyl thermo windows. New a/c & heat, completely private fenced yard, "Unique Family Home". Mother-in-Law apt., completely updated and functional, new a/c, appliances
2 screened porches. Alley access, 1/4 acre corner lot. Priced @ $350,000
AVAILABLE RENTALS/SEASONAL/ANNUAL
Diplomat #104 2 bed 2 bath Bay Views $1000.00 Mth Yearly
Kenmore #207 1bed Ibath $750.00 Mth Yearly
Kenmore #209 1bed 1 bath $750.00 Mth
Nottingham #601 2 bed 2 bath Panoramic views $1500.00 Mth
Full Water views from 3 windows
Manchester #506 2 bed 2 bath Marina views $1000.00 Mth
South Pasadena Boca Ceiga Ants Intercoastal Waterfront 2 bed/2 bath condo wide water views, furnished, carport $1100 Mth.
St. Pete Beach 2 bed 2 bath with porch 6767 Sunset Way s. #206 furnished, block to Upham Beach (St. Pete Beach) $1500 Mth. (90 day min)
6323 Bahama Shores Dr. South 3 bed/2bath split plan, updated kitchen and baths. 2 car garage in ground pool $1900 Mth.
Avalon #206 1 bed/1 bath, standard, beautifully updated & furnished. Pets 20 Ibs, curb parking. Close to elevator & laundry room, 2nd floor. Priced $91,500

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CALL BILL TO SEE: 727-224-512 9

WOW What A View! 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath, Florida room, neary new
Remodeled kitchen with granite countertops Freshly fridge, newer tile in kitchen & bath. Very clean.
painted throughout. New windows, 1.5 baths, furnished, Cat friendly building $102,000
$169,000
GREAT GULFPORT HOME in GREAT SHAPE
Totally updated 3/2, 1661 sq.ft. Granite Counter, Solid Wood Cabinets,
30 vear Metal Roof / Pool sized vard/Familv Room / Master Suite. $265.000


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kitchen & updated baths which makes this a great value Many upgrades. $79,oS 0i
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FAIRFAX #205 2br/2ba, laminate floors throughout, beautifully renovated con A great new kitchen appliances, tile
beautiful new kitchen, great waterviews, covered & carpeting. Tuscany colr011. 1 .m is unit so warm &
parking, pet friendly. $139,000 charming Covered parking fabulous buy at $104,000
GROTON #304 2br/1 ba, eat-in-kitchen, newer windows, charming. Coveredparking, fabulus uy at $104,000
carpet, fresh paint, storm shutters. Great waterviews. Very JAMISON #614 2/2 deluxe furnished. New AC & Heating.
inviting at $129,900 Covered parking. $103,000
CHATHAM #406 -1 Br with hardwood floors, new doors, a/c,
GROTON #101 End unit 2br/2ba deluxe. Beautifully and much more. Move in ready pet friendly. $95,000
Furished, Newer carpet, Tinted windows, Room for outdoor
Patio Panoramic wtrfrnt, views. Move in Ready $149,000 5mI I 1


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Call Don Kenney
744-2275
3114 57th St. S.
Unique 2 story, 2 or 3 bedrooms
on 2 floors, close to beach. Walk to restaurants,
fine dining, Gulfport Art & Entertainment District
A Million Dollar View For Considerably Less!
Price Reduced $259,900





Close to banks, doctors &
restaurants. Short walk to Eagles
Park Shopping. You would be proud to own
& show to family and friends. Carpet
& ceramic tile throughout. Living area
has hardwood floor. Upgraded kitchen
& baths, more amenities in Five Towns
than most high priced condos. Out of state
not coming to Florida because of illness.
Just reduced to $79,900.00
Please Call Frank
727
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