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Inside
this week...


Koins For Kittens
see page 7

Madeira Beach
Pirate Days
see page 12

Gulfport July 4
Celebration
see page 13

Half-Century
Softball Club
see page 17

Senior Center
Ice Cream Social
see page 27

USCG Safe
Boating Course
see page 33

Something On
My Mind
see page 34

Eye on Crime
see page 36

Toastmasters Club
see page 37

Care Givers
Support Group
see page 40



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Governor Crist Gives
Beaches All Clear


ST. PETE BEACH Governor Charlie Crist visited St.
Pete Beach on Monday, took a beach walk and
answered questions. The walk on the city's pristine
beaches followed a morning roundtable at the
Tradewinds Island Resorts where area business
and government leaders shared concerns and
gave ideas on marketing that the beaches are
open for business. Suggestions included the need
to target marketing where area visitors come from
- the midwest and northeast .Another idea was
to encourage airlines to waive cancellation fees
as they do during inclement weather. Pursuing
alternate green energy sources and banning drilling
off of Florida came up as well.


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St. Pete Beach August
Election Revisits Old Plan
ST. PETE BEACH- The St. Pete Beach city
commission at its June 8 meeting approved a
resolution that puts the comprehensive plan with
changes back before voters at the August 24, 2010
primary election.
One claim in court is an ordinance on the
comprehensive plan adopted August 26, 2008 by
the city commission is slightly different from an
ordinance approved by voters in the June 3, 2008
election. The August 2008 ordinance came after
the ordinance approved by voters in June 2008
received state mandated review.
During that review process the Department of
Community Affairs found one paragraph was not
consistent with particular sections of law and
agency rule and there was a vague and unnecessary
footnote. The paragraph dealt with affordable
housing density. The August 2008 changes made
the comprehensive plan in compliance with state
See Election, page 6

Reclaimed Water Rates Rise
ST. PETE BEACH- The commission approved
on first reading increases to the reclaimed water
rates. If passed on second reading everyone in
the city will pay an availability fee for reclaimed
water.
The proposed rate increase follows a study
presented to the commission April 13 showing a
rate adjustment was needed for the city to recoup
operating costs. Currently revenues are about $
568,594 with costs projected for 2011 at $621,034.
The last rate increase was ten years ago.

Lying Down on the Job
Photo by Cathy Salustri
Dave Boyd, who works for the city's Public
Properties department, gives blood at the city of
St. Pete Beach's blood drive last Friday. Dave did
apheresis, which allowed him to donate his red
blood only.
"People need my blood," Dave explained from
the bloodmobile outside city hall. "I try to help
save lives. If you've ever had a child or somebody
close to you have cancer.... Man, your heart
melts."
Mr. Boyd is also a registered bone marrow
donor.
"I'm just waiting for them to call me."






Free Concert
on the Point
GULFPORT- The City of Gulfport
and Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
have announced local band "No
Slack" will perform at a free Concert
on the Point Friday, June 11 at
7:30 p.m. The free summer concert
brings exciting live music to a
beautiful outdoor waterfront venue
overlooking Boca Ciega Bay on the
lawn of the Gulfport Recreation
Center, 5730 Shore Boulevard S.
Bring a lawn chair and dancing shoes
for this action packed night ofMotown


and R&B. Beer, wine, sodas, hot dogs
and snacks will be available for a
nominal charge. Please no coolers or
dogs. For more information contact
the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce at
727-343-4445. For more information
about weekly events in Gulfport visit
www.exploregulfport.com.

Annual Cathy
Award's Dinner
The Gulfport Community Players
will be holding their 13th Annual
Cathy Award's Dinner on Saturday,
June 12 at 6 p.m. at their Back Door


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Theater. The Back Door Theater
is located at 4919 17 Avenue S.
Tickets for this event are being sold
for $15 each and are now available
only at Eileen's Resale Boutique
located at 5401 Gulfport Boulevard
S. in Gulfport. This price covers the
dinner and the awards ceremony that
follows. You must get your tickets on
or before June 8 as no tickets will be
sold at the door on June 12.
The Players hold this annual event
to honor their own group of actors,
directors, producers, and all the other
people that have worked so hard to
stage live theater productions for the
Players during the past year.
Join the crowds at the Back Door
Theater and see if your favorites
come away with any of the coveted
Cathy Awards. They hope to see you
there!

Help Needed at
Town Shores Library
Volunteers are needed to help
shelves books on a Sunday, Tuesday
or Friday at the Town Shores Library.
Please call Madeline at 381-8306.


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tires in hot climate areas be replaced at least every five years
regardless of tread remaining. Tires are only safe for four to five
years in the Florida climate.


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Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers.


The City of Gulfport
Celebrates Flag Day
In the United States, Flag
Day is celebrated on June 14. It
commemorates the adoption of the
flag, which happened on that date by
resolution of the Second Continental
Congress in 1777.
To keep the American tradition,
the City of Gulfport, along with
the American Legion Post 125, will
perform a very special Flag Day
ceremony as they retire old American
flags by proper ceremonial burn. This
event is held Monday, June 14 at
10 a.m. at Veterans Park on the
corner of 54th St. S. and Shore Blvd.
S. in Gulfport. This event is open to
the public and all are welcome. For
more information, contact Gail Biron
at 727-893-1118.


Waste Water
Improvements
ST. PETE BEACH- The city
commission authorized up to $56.270


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for improvements to the lift station
through which all of the city's
wastewater flows. The money to
reconstruct the system will come from
the wastewater capital improvement
program.

Enjoy Summer Fun
with a Child!
Gulf Coast Community Care needs
volunteers age 30 and older for its
mentoring program. Many of the
children are in foster care or live with
a single parent who is going to school
and working. Volunteers give the gift
of time to one child and are provided
social activities and receive support
by agency staff.
No experience is necessary. There
are no costs. Volunteers spend a few
hours a month in simple activities
such as reading, fishing, baking,
teaching a craft or visiting a park
with a child. There are children
throughout Pinellas County waiting
for mentors!
Call Beverly at 727-479-1841 or
visit www.gcjfs.org.







Quasi-Judicial Updates
ST. PETE BEACH- Quasi-judicial
hearings are very similar to court
proceeding and following the
procedures is important especially if
the board's decision is appealed, city
officials said. The city commission
adopted a resolution to better
manage the hearing process. People
will not be required to be sworn in
to speak.
The city attorney provided the
commission with details on the legal
requirement explaining what makes
someone a "substantially affected"
person. By being a substantially
affectedparty a personhas additional
rights such as cross-examination
and making a closing statement,
City Attorney Mike Davis said.

Free Ride Regulations
Pass First Reading
ST. PETE BEACH- The city
commission passed June 8 on first
reading an ordinance regulating
all vehicles, which transport the
public whether or not they charge
a fee. The proposed changes in the
public conveyances ordinance came
after some community members
expressed concerns about free
of charge services being mostly
unregulated. Previously only paid
taxis or vehicles for hire had to follow
the city's licensing requirements for
public conveyances.


CORRECTION
Last week, the Gabber
inadvertently stated that Gulfport
Councilmember David Hastings
was the first on the current council
to hold Town Hall meetings when,
in fact, Councilmember Sam
Henderson began holding Town
Hall meetings while campaigning
for office (February 2009).
Councilmember Henderson still
holds these meetings every three
months at the Neighborhood
Center on 49th Street. The next
meeting will take place on June 14
on 6 p.m.; the Gabber newspaper
apologizes to Councilmember
Henderson as well as to our
readers for any confusion caused
by our mistake.

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ATTENTION GULFPORT TEENS
Are you 13-19 years of age?
Are you interested in becoming a part of
changing the way people view teens?
The Gulfport Teen Council is looking for you! Teen members' involvement
includes working with the City Council concerning equipment recommenda-
tions; budgetary considerations for City's parks and recreation programs; and
provide recommendations, suggestions and assistance with youth events for
city-sponsored festivals/programs. Teen Council members also gain valuable
community experiences by attending local and state conferences, participating
in community services projects and by representing the best of the City's youth.
Get involved today! There is one vacant regular member position and three
vacant alternate member positions available. Applications may be picked up
at the Gulfport Recreation Center, 5730 Shore Boulevard S. or City Hall, 2401
53 Street S. Positions open until filled. A recommendation/reference letter is
required from a principal, school counselor, teacher or an adult not related to
applicant attached with the application.



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Election, from front page
law and rules. For the upcoming
election at a resident's suggestion
the city added language that the
comprehensive plan is in state
compliance on the ballot.
"My concern is how do we convey
what we are doing to the voters,"
said Commissioner Al Halpern.
"Truthfully I don't think fact sheets
are going to be enough to take care of
(explaining) it."
In the 75 words allowed on the ballot
it's difficult to explain the 140 page
comprehensive plan, Vice Mayor Jim
Parent said.


The litigation centers around
whether the ballot language conveys
the chief purpose to the voters
Attorney Suzanne Van Wyk said. "I
think it's a good faith step for the
city."
Residents spoke in favor and in
opposition of the resolution.
"I think the voters spoke very loudly
and it was an informed decision, "
said Michael Castleman. "I am proud
the comprehensive plan passed.
What is in the collective best interest
of this community?"
Dr. Bill Pyle voiced his objections
to the ballot wording. He said there
are zoning changes and substantial


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increases to heights. Nothing in the
ballot language alerts the voter that
height is being changed. There are
major changes in zoning. Why not
wait for the ballot case in August?
Pyle asked.
Residents discussed the timing of
the ballot question with court dates
on at least one ballot language case
just before the election
Harry Metz read a letter from
Attorney Kenneth Weiss who
represents Pyle, Bruce Kadoura
and Richard McCormick in lawsuits
over development regulations, which
in part reads."The common sense
approach would be to wait until
November after the Court has made
final decisions on all counts in both
the Pyle and Kadoura cases. My
clients believe that obvious reason
that the City and SOLV have decided
to hold the August election is to avoid
Judge Demers' decision on the ballot
summaries before the second election
is held. If the City moves forward with
its plans to hold the August election,
my clients intend to file a request for
injunctive relief from Judge Demers
to require the City to wait until after
the Court's August ruling and to hold
the election in November."
Paul Pfister said "I think the plan
here is to push this to November.
There will be confusion with
amendment 4. A little mass confusion
so this does not fly."









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Price shown is based on DOUBLE occupancy.
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Future Land Use Vote
ST. PETE BEACH- The city com-
mission approved on first reading
some changes to the comprehensive
plan, which will need to also be
voted on by residents. The changes
include map updates, adding areas
allowing limited transient lodging
and clarifying language on building
heights, permitted uses, and density.
Temporary lodging would be added
as a permitted use in the Activity
Center district and the Bayou
Residential district. A total of 325
additional units would be available
as a conditional use request on a
first come, first serve basis within
four areas. The Department of
Community Affairs will still need to
review the plan.
Another ordinance passed on
first reading made more updates
to the comprehensive plan such as
clarifying language, deleting internal
page numbers, clarifying density
requirements and clarifying the use
of definitions.

Koins for Kittens
Friends of Strays is kicking off
their "Koins for Kittens" fundraising
campaign for its no-kill animal
shelter. Collect your pennies, nickels,
dimes and quarters in a coffee can or
other containers and bring it to the
shelter located at 2911 47 Avenue N.
in St. Petersburg between 9-4 p.m.
daily. Checks are also appreciated by
marking "Koins for Kittens" in the
memo section.


S 'Trinity United Church of
CoR .l Christ will hold a Car Wash
o Vendor Market and Bake
W Sale on Saturday,
June 19,2010
1150 49th St. N. 9am-4pm
St. Pete, FL.
Car Wash
Vendor Market/Bake Sale
Spaces are available for $15.00 for (direct
sales, tag sale goods, flea market items,
or crafts) by contacting the church office
at 727-321-1088 or emailing
tuccoffice@gmail.com. The Vendor Market
will be held both indoors and outdoors
with limited space indoors so get your
space early!
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School Capital
Improvements
ST. PETE BEACH- State law requires
the city to add the public school's
five-year capital improvement plan
to the city's comprehensive plan.
The city commission passed on first
reading this addition, which covers
the Pinellas County school district
capital improvements through 2014.
The commission was given two rate
increase options. Option 1 would
increase the flat residential monthly


rate from $11.50 to $14.38 on Oct. 1,
2010. There would be an additional
adjustment to $16.39 monthly on
October 1, 2011.
In Option 2 which the commission
selected, therewouldbe an availability
fee of $7.70 to all reclaimed water
customers whether or not the
customer is connected to reclaimed
water. The monthly residential flat
rate would go up to $12.88 in 2010
and $13.91 in 2011 (rates include
the availability fee). Currently there
about 823 properties that could use


Clinical Research Study Now Enrolling in YOUR AREA
Excessive sleepiness is a problem for many people who work the night shift.
Researchers are inviting night shift workers to take part in a clinical study.


TO QUALIFY, YOU MUST:
SWork at least 5 night shifts per month, at
least 3 of which are consecutive and
SExperience excessive sleepiness late in your
shift and during the commute home


IF YOU QUALIFY:
SYou will receive study-related medical care
and study medicine at no cost
SYou may lear more about the impact of
working the night shift on your health
SCompensation for time and travel up to $500


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

at 1-800-242-3244 or 727-360-0853
2525 Pasadena Ave. So., Ste. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33707
or visit: www.NightShiftWorkStudy.org


reclaimed water but don't. Existing
users have been paying the costs
all along, Public Services Director
Steven Hallock said.
"The system was constructed in
1992. We have more breaks than I
would expect," Hallock said.
"This is a great service...I would
rather have things like this fund
themselves, Vice Mayor Jim Parent
said. "Its kind of like schools, it's
a societal thing we do... with an
availability fee it may encourage
people to hook up."

Cool Sundays on
Corey Avenue
It's that time of year, again, when
most farmer's markets are coming to
an end. Long hot days...surprising
rains! But not in St. Pete Beach. The
newly "Summer Sidewalk Market"
begins June 13 from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Over 26 localvendors will set up
their wares on the sidewalks of Corey
Avenue lending more convenient free
parking for all, as well as covered
walkways while strolling and
shopping on Sunday mornings. Corey
merchants will also be open during
market hours adding a pleasant
shopping and dining experience to
your normal street markets and fairs.
There will be hand-crafted jewelry
and gifts, foods and spices, aromatic
soaps, healthy chocolate, local
Florida photography, chair massage
and more! The Summer Sidewalk
Market will run every Sunday during
June and possibly into July (weather
permitting). So, come on, get out this
summer and cool down on Corey, just
off Gulf Blvd, in St. Pete Beach. Call
727-498-8778 or www.coreyave.
com.

















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Dive-In Movies
are Back!
ST. PETE BEACH- The St. Pete
Beach Aquatic Center is bringing
back its popular "Dive-In" movies
just in time for summer! Bring your
noodles, floats and chairs to the
Family Aquatic Center, 7701 Boca
Ciega Drive, every Friday night of
the summer beginning June 11 where
families will watch Disney-Pixar's
"Toy Story." Doors open at 8 p.m.
and admission is just $3 per person
but is limited to the first 150 guests.
Drinks, snacks, and glow jewelry
will on sale at the pool. Don't miss
out on this awesome summer event.
Call the Recreation Department at
363-9245 for more information.

Sign Up for Creative
Summer for Kids
Registration is open for the Creative
Summer 2010 at the Industrial Arts
Center in Gulfport's Art Village.
Kicking off the six-week program will
be a repeat of last year's popular Kids
Art Experience with James Oleson,
Jr. June 14-18.
Kids will learn a variety of media
and make two projects each day. They
will be encouraged to explore how
they can create unique works of art
from materials and objects they can
find in their everyday environment.
Media will include wire sculpture,
soap sculpture, rock sculpture,
collage, mosaic, caricature and more.
The week long art experience will be
held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday -
Friday, June 14-18 and July 5-9.


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Beginning on June 21, from 9 a.m.
to noon will be Kids Glass Week. Kids
will experience a variety of glass arts
in a series of five 3-hour workshops:
blown glass ornaments, hot glass
paperweights, glass fusing, broken
glass mosaic and glass painting. This
week long glass art experience will be
held from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday -
Friday, June 21-25 and July 19-23.
The third offering for kids this
summer will be Hands On Sculpture
from 2 to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
In this fun series, kids will explore


a variety of hands on sculptural
techniques including handbuilding
with clay, p apier mache, working with
armatures, relief sculpture and glass
casting. Hands On Sculpture will
be held 2 to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday,
June 28 July 2 and July 12-15.
For information or registration, visit
the Industrial Arts Center online at
www.industrialartscenter.org. The
Industrial Arts Center is located
at 2902A Beach Boulevard S., in
Gulfport's Art Village Courtyard. For
information, call 727-289-9365.


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6315 Central Ave. 727-347-1226
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"


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


Metaphysical Community Church
1950 2ndAve. No., St. Petersburg
(727) 822-8628
(727) 822-3157
Sunday Service, 11:00 am
Sat 6/13 Hindu Workshop 12:30pm
Mondays Course in Miracles 7pm
Thurs 6/17 Intuitive Development 7pm
JUNE-USED BOOK SALE
Books Gifts Open Wed.- Saturday 11-4pm
Visit our Wehsite for Events & Programs
www.templeofthelivinggod.org


8 am & 10 am
Children's Nursery Provided
Adult Sunday Bible Study 9:00 am
Children's Sunday School 10:00 am
Dr. Mike Wetzel, Pastor
1271 Pinellas Bayway, Tierra Verde, FL. 33715
(behind the Mercanile Bank)
(727) 866-7362
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SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunday 9am Holy Eucharist
Wednesday Healing Eucharist 11am
Our Thrift Store is open
Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Emergency Food Pantry
Food Pantry is Open
1st & 3rd Sundays
from: 10 am to 12:30 pm
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Episcopal Church
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Help Send Youth to
Summer Camp
Help send some young people from
the YNOT Ministry to summer camp
by attending a spaghetti dinner on
June 19 at 5 p.m. at Trinity Church
of the Nazarene located at 1000 55
Street S. in Gulfport. The dinner will
be prepared and served by some of the
young people who want to raise the
necessary funds. They are asking for
a donation of $5 or more per person.

Vacation Bible School
at Pasadena Baptist
Pasadena Baptist Church, 635
64 Street S. in St. Petersburg, will
hold their Vacation Bible School for
kids ages 5 to 5th grade on June
14-17 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Call
345-6042.

St. Vincent's Offers
Breakfast after Service
The Men's Club of St. Vincent's
Episcopal Church, 5441 Ninth
Avenue N. in St. Petersburg now
offers breakfast for $5 on the second
Sunday of the month following the
8 a.m. and 10 a.m. service. Everyone
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Pasadena Community Church has
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Thrift and boutique are open from
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store is open from 10-2 on Wednes-
day only.


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Sunday Worship
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Wednesday 10:00 AM
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Sunday School 9:30 am
Worship Service 10:40 am
Wednesday Night Adult Bible Study
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season June 11, 12 and 13. The
event will host a variety of events
such as a Pirate's Ball, Pirate Sea
Battle, street parade, treasure
hunt, adults and children's costume
contests, and more. The event will
also include various pirate themed
merchandise, food and beverage
vendors, along with an abundance of
performers. Although admission to
the event is free, other proceeds will


be donated to the Fisherman Lost at
Sea Memorial Fund.
On Friday, the Pirate Ball will be
hosted by the Elks Lodge #1912 from
7-11 p.m. The night will be filled
with food, music by "The Brigands",
a silent auction to benefit Fisherman
Lost at Sea, and an adult's costume
contest. The silent auction will begin
at 7p.m. At 9:30p.m., the pirate crew
captains will be introduced followed
by the adult costume contest at
10 p.m. Then, silent auction winners
will be announced at 11 p.m. Prizes
for the auction and costume contest
are worth up to thousands of
dollars.
On Saturday, there will be fight
circles, bar brawls, kids costume


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contest, rum party, and performers
featuring the West Coast Mutineers,
and many others. The highlight of
the day will be a boat parade and Sea
Battle. The boat parade will begin at
11 a.m. and continue past Eleanor
Island before it comes to a stop at
12p.m. at the Boardwalk. There, the
participants will engage in a ship
invasion and sea battle. Later that
night at 8 pm, an awards ceremony
will be held at Hub's Tavern
awarding the most decorated, lively,
and smallest boats.
Sunday is fight circles, street
parade, bar brawl, and VIP party.
The street parade line up will begin
at 11 a.m. at Treasure Island City
Hall on 108th Ave. in preparation
for the start of the parade at 1 p.m.
The parade will proceed north on
Gulf Blvd. and continue into John's
Pass and exit on Pelican Lane. The
parade will disperse at the dirt
parking lot area on Gulf Blvd. and
135th Ave.
Other events will be under way
throughout the weekend on both
Saturday and Sunday as well. The
Hurricane Expo will include expert
advice about protecting yourself
and your home during hurricane
season, along with showcasing new
communication technology for such
disasters. Also, a family treasure
hunt will commence, sending
families through John's Pass village
collecting various items. After all
items are collected, families can
enter to win a grand prize, which
will be announced Sunday at 4:30
p.m.
To view the complete schedule of
events and more details visit www.
johnspassfestivals.com. For specific
questions please contact Suzanne
King at 322-5217 or SuzFest@gmail.
com.

GEMS Goes to Market
GEMS will take you to Gulfport's
Fresh Market on the first Tuesday
of each month from 9 a.m. to noon
free of charge. You don't have to
be a registered GEMS member for
this trip. Would you like an arm to
lean on? A Senior Center volunteer
would love to assist you. Call GEMS
at 727-893-2242 to reserve a ride.


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Gulfport Celebrates
the 4th of July!
GULFPORT- The City of Gulfport
invites everyone to celebrate this
4th of July centennial celebration
with an extraordinary line-up of fun
and exciting activities in the City's
downtown waterfront district on
Sunday, July 4, 2010!
To keep you informed ahead of time,
street closures are on the following
streets starting at 6 a.m. on Sunday,
July 4. Beach Boulevard will be
closed from 31st Avenue (south) to
Shore Boulevard. Shore Boulevard
will be closed from 54th Street South
(west) to 56th Street South. 54th
Street South, south of Essex Avenue
will also be closed. Beach Boulevard
south of 28th Avenue South to 31st
Avenue South will be temporarily
closed for the City's 4th of July
Community Parade from 5:45 p.m.
until 7 p.m.
The open air trolley will be running
from 2 p.m. 9 p.m. to pick up
passengers from remote parking
spots to make your journey more
convenient to Gulfport. Remote
parking spots include: Library (5501
28th Ave. S.), Senior Center and
Theater (5501 27th Ave. S.), Hoyt
Field (2306 56th St. S.), Chase Park
(54th St. S. and 28th Ave. S.), Ted
Phillips Wood Ibis Park (58th St. S.
and 28th Ave. S.).
Get up, have your coffee early and
bring the kids to the Kid's Fishing
Derby, at the Recreation Center
seawall, from 8-11 a.m. (registration
for the derby will start at 7:30 a.m.)
followed by a free family Sandcastle
Contest, sponsored by the Gulfport
Recreation Division on Gulfport
Beach, from 10 a.m. to noon
(registration will start at 9:30 a.m.).
Keeping with tradition, the theme
will be "Red, White and Blue". City
staff will be on Gulfport Beach from
noon to 6 p.m. with a variety of free
kid friendly activities! Also, from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Beach Blvd. S.
towards 54th St. S., you can view
a stunning variety of autos at the
annual auto show. Did we say all of
this is free?
At 5 p.m., the "Troy Duncan Band"
will be jamming with a variety of
current and classic rock music, like
3 Doors Down, Shine Down and
Nickleback, Kid Rock and Jason

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Mraz as well as Lynyrd Skynyrd,
The Beatles and much more! Local
vendors offer a variety of arts, crafts,
food delicacies and patriotic knick-
knacks for your enjoyment, from 4 to
10 p.m. Our community parade will
begin promptly at 6 p.m. making
its way (southbound) down Beach
Boulevard to the Gulfport Casino,
where it will head west on Shore
Boulevard to 58th Street South.
Make sure to grab a good viewing
spot!
At 9 p.m. an always amazing
fireworks display will offer a
phenomenal closing to the day's
festivities. The city trolley is
scheduled to run from 4-11 p.m. The
trolley will provide rides to/from
all designated parking areas such
as the Library (5501 28th Ave. S.),
Senior Center & Theater (5501 27th


Ave. S.), Hoyt Field (2306 56th St.
S.), Chase Park (54th St. S. and 28th
Ave. S.) and Ted Phillips Wood Ibis
Park (58th St. S. and 28th Ave. S.).
The City welcomes all to celebrate
the Fourth of July in the City of
Gulfport! For more information
regarding the day's events, please
email gbiron@mygulfport.us or call
727-893-1118.

Centennial Events
Calendars
Souvenir Centennial events
calendars are still available at
Gulfport City Hall and the Gulfport
Historical Museum. There are many
events going on all year long; don't
miss them! All proceeds benefit
the Gulfport Historical Society
scholarship fund.


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hand carved steaks and fresh seafood. Compliment your
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USCG Auxiliary Flotilla 7-16
Gulfport at 3120 Miriam Street S.
(behind the Gulfport City Marina)
is now offering a variety of boating
classes including multi-lesson
courses and one day boating seminar
courses. If you are interested in an
exciting, in-depth boating safety
course, the BS&S is their most
popular course.
Boating Skills and Seamanship
(BS&S) start any Thursday 7:30-
9:30 p.m, 13 week revolving course,
$40 for materials. Sailing Skills and
Seamanship (SS&S) and Weekend
Navigator (WN) will be offered on
Tuesday nights when enough people
have signed up. For information,
email auxgulfport@yahoo.com or call
Leonard at 686-6940.
They also offer one-day seminar
courses including About Boating
Safety (ABS) which meets the


minimum requirement for a new
FL Safe Boating ID card, GPS for
Mariners (GPSFM), How to read
a Nautical Chart (HRNC) and
Suddenly in Command (SIC). These
courses vary in price and will be
offered on Saturdays when enough
people have signed up.
For more details on course
content visit http://cgauxed.org/
completecourses.html. The ABS,
BS&S, and SS&S courses give you the
knowledge needed to obtain a boat
license or safety certification in many
states and all three offer Florida safe
boating certificate upon successful
completion. Boating insurance
companies also offer discounts.

Jewish Genealogical
Society to Meet
The Jewish Genealogical Society of
Tampa Bay will meet at Gulf Coast
Jewish Family Services, 14041 Icot
Boulevard in Clearwater on Sunday,


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light refreshments and library access
begins at 1:30 p.m. The program
starts at 2 p.m.
This program will be an information
sharing session where individual
researchers will report on significant
discoveries they made in their family
research and how they were able
to achieve those successes. These
successes will provide insight and
give encouragement to others on how
they too can achieve success in their
family research. Bring a success
story with you, and tell us about it.
The Jewish Genealogical Society's
library and research resources
including printed materials and
Internet access, along with guided
assistance and information exchange
from experienced researchers will
be available to participants at the
meeting. Members may check out
library materials to take home.
Anyone interested in learning how
to do Jewish genealogical research
is invited to attend. Beginners as
well as experienced researchers are
welcome. For further information
on the Jewish Genealogical Society
of Tampa Bay or directions to
the meeting call Clint Elbow at
727-786-5518.

Town Shores
Red Hatters
The Town Shores Red Hatters will
stay alive and active for the hot
Florida months. The next planned
activity is the monthly bunko game
which will be held on Friday, June 11.
It will be at 1 p.m. in the clubhouse
lounge. If you need a refresher before
the game be there at 12:45 p.m. Also
scheduled will be a lunch and movie
date on June 24. The movie is to be
determined with more information
to follow.

Community Food Pantry
The Community Food Pantry housed
in the Senior Center is available for
Gulfport residents of all ages who are
in need. Proof of address and income
is required. Thanks to the wonderful
individuals and businesses in
the great City of Gulfport who so
generously supply food items for the
pantry on an ongoing basis.


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Meet Pinellas School
Board Candidates
The Southside Democratic Club
will sponsor a "Meet the Pinellas
School Board Candidates Event" on
Saturday, June 19 at 11 a.m. The
forum will be held at the Sanderlin
Center located at 2335 22 Avenue S.
in St. Petersburg.
Each candidate will be given time
to introduce themselves and then
a question and answer period will
follow. These candidates will be
running in the August primary
election which is non-partisan. You
are urged to attend so that you can
make an informed vote. If you have
questions, please call club president
Norma Roberts at 894-1355.

Amateur Radio Club
to Hold Field Day
The amateur radio club (SPARC) will
hold a Field Day starting at 2 p.m.
on Saturday, June 26 and running
through the night until Sunday, June
27 at 2 p.m. at Bay Pines VA, 10000
Bay Pines Boulevard.
The public will have a chance
to meet and talk with the "ham"
operators and see for themselves
what the Amateur Radio Service is
about. Using only emergency power,
they will construct temporary radio
stations around the country and send
messages in many forms without the
use of phone systems, the internet
or other infrastructure that can be
compromised in a crisis. The event is
free. Call 894-1447.


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BPW to Meet
Former Florida State Representative
(D), Janet Long, will speak to BPW
St. Petersburg/Pinellas on Thursday
June 17. Long's political career
spanned more than 30 years. She
entered public service as a legislative
aide in 1975. By 2006 she was elected
to the House of Representatives from
District 57 and in her first year
passed five bills. Long kept in touch
and in tune with her constituents
through town hall meetings and
electronic newsletters and in
2008 was reelected. She served on
numerous committees including: The
Military and Veterans Affairs Policy
Committee, Economic Development,
Insurance and Business and
Financial Affairs Committee.
Representative Arthenia Joyner
has also been invited to speak at
the meeting. The Pinellas County
Supervisor of Elections will have a
table outside the meeting so that


members, guests and general citizens
can register to vote, change their
voting addresses or ask questions.
BPW meets at 400 Beach Seafood
and Tap House located at 400
Beach Drive NE in St. Petersburg.
Networking begins at 11:30 a.m.
and the meeting begins at 12 noon.
Meetings are open to the public but
reservations must be made by noon
the Tuesday prior to the meeting.
Cost is $16 for members and $21 for
visitors.
For more information or for
contact information visit www.
BPWStPetePinellas.org or to reserve
email RSVP@BPWStPetePinellas.
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Red Hot Beach Nuts
By Dee Ten Brink
The following is a list of what the
Red Hot Beach Nuts will be doing for
the summer:
* June 16 Picnic & Swim in the
Woods at Bermuda Bay Condo
Complex
* June 27 "Arsenic & Old Lace" at
St. Pete Little Theater
* July 19 Lunch & Pottery at
Practically Pikasso
- July 23 "Bye Bye Birdie" at
Ruth Eckherd Hall
- Aug. 16 Lunch at Billy's Stone
Crab in Tierra Verde


US Power Squadron
Seminar Series
The United States Power Squadrons
Seminar Series, Sail Trim & Rig
Tuning, presented by the St.
Petersburg Sail & Power Squadron,
will be held on Wednesday June 16,
from 7-9 p.m., at the St. Petersburg
Sailing Center, 250 Second Ave SE,
Demens Landing, St. Petersburg.
This seminar shows in clear and
simple terms how to use and adjust
sales for optimum performance
under a wide range of conditions.
The seminar comes with a waterproof


USPS Captain's Quick Guide written
by North Sails and Student Notes.
Instruction is free, materials cost
$20 per family. Maximum of 20
students; pre-registration required.
Contact www.boating-stpete.org or
525-0968.

Movie on the Beach
The City of Treasure Island will
present a movie on the beach on
Saturday, June 19 on the beach
behind the Bilmar Beach Resort,
106th Avenue and Gulf Boulevard.
The movie will begin after the
Saturday Sunsets on the Trail,
starting at approximately 9:15 p.m.
The movie is "Harry Potter and the
Half-Blood Prince".
The movie will be shown under the
stars on a giant outdoor screen. Bring
your blankets and lawn chairs and
enjoy the show. Snack, soft drinks
and water will be available for sale
during the movie.
The event is free to the public. For
additional information, please contact
the Treasure Island Recreation
Department at 547-4575, ext. 237.


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Join the Half-Century
Softball Club
The St. Petersburg Half-Century
Softball Club holds its "Summer
Ball" sessions at 9 a.m. every
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
North Shore Park (on the Bay at the
foot of 8th Ave. NE) until October 22.
Persons between the ages of 49-74
interested in working themselves
into shape for the coming season
may participate at a cost of $15 for
the summer session. Please contact
Joe Hannah at 727-394-8040.

New Hours at Pinellas
County Animal Services
Pinellas County Animal Services
is implementing new hours of
operation. Effective June 1, Animal
Services will be open from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday,
with the adoption center closing at
4:30 p.m. On Saturday, it is open for
lost and found pets only, from 9 a.m.
to noon. The adoption center is closed
on Saturdays. The facility is also
closed on Sundays and holidays.
The public is invited to view the
animals up for adoption during
shelter hours, no appointment is
necessary. The outside animal drop-
off is open on days that the shelter is
closed to the public.
The change in hours is being
implemented to adjust to changes in
the department. The retirement of
Dr. Welch Agnew is effective June 1.
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pets of Pinellas County for the last 12


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years and was the director of Animal
Services for the last two years. Dr.
Dewayne Taylor will assume his
role as director and will oversee the
mission of Animal Services but will
be the only veterinarian on staff.
The Pinellas County Animal
Services shelter and adoption center
is located at 12450 Ulmerton Road
in Largo. For information, call
727-582-2600 or visit www.
pinellascounty.org/animalservices.
The rabies investigation unit hotline
is 727-582-2608. The lost or found
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Tai Chi Class in Gulfport
Tai Chi classes from the Gulfport
Rec Center will be moving for the
summer to Scout Hall located at
5315 28 Avenue S. There will be a
Thursday morning class all summer
starting June 10 at 9 a.m. This is
class in beginning Taoist tai chi and
includes instruction of the entire tai
chi set. Wear comfortable clothes and
sneakers. All ages are welcome.
There is a suggested donation of $2
per class. For more information, call
Marjorie at 345-6708.


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St. Pete Beach 33706

Also known as the Bank
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floor above the bank.

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Colleen Godin, St. Pete: "I haven't
really been following it too much, so
I'm sort of undecided. I don't think
BP should be charged criminally
because it was an accident, but they
should be forced to take more action
about fixing the problem. I'm hearing
that it is affecting businesses here
already; because people are assuming
the oil spill is already here on our
beaches. As to liability, I don't think
that BP should be held accountable
for the loss of life or charged in the
deaths of the workers because the
people who worked on those rigs
were aware of the potential danger;
they assume the risk, because it's
their job. They know the risk or at
least they should. But that's no
excuse for BP not to take care of the
families of the dead any way they
can. Those families are an extension
of BP's family. They should be taken
care of."


Mark Patsos, Pinellas Point:
"I'm not sure... if there was proof
of criminal negligence in the events
leading up to the oil spill, then yes.
But that needs to be made clear
that there is significant evidence
of criminal wrongdoing. You hear
figures about how little BP is paying
the people affected by the spill, and
you're not sure what's really been
paid out to these poor people. As for
those men that lost their lives, if they
can prove that it was BP's fault, then
of course they should be charged
with those deaths. But I haven't been
watching it all that closely lately so
I'm not really sure what the latest
info is about BP's liability."













Micki Robinson, Pinellas Point: "BP
should be held accountable, at least for
the financial cost. It seems like they are
criminally negligent and yes, if that's so,
then they should be charged, but it needs
to be explored. They say they're doing
the best they can, but it seems now that
they're more concerned about getting it
out as fast as possible rather than for
the safety of the Gulf region and the rest
of their workers. Safety concerns seem
to be pushed to the back of the thought
process.


KurtWolhuter, St. Pete: "Definitely,
I think they should be charged.....it's
affecting the future way of life for
people who have generations of life on
the sea... their way of life is gone, it
can never come back. It's like a chop
block; the spill has totally cut off their
livelihood. It's also caused a chain
reaction with the whole economy;
the fishing is fouled which affects the
restaurants where the fish would be
served, which makes people not go
to the restaurants, which affects the
waiters who depend on customers.
The whole boating tourism industry
here in Florida has come to a
standstill. It's like a chain reaction.
The charter boats are not going out
because people think the oil is already
here on our beaches, which puts boat
captains and the people who work
on the boats with them out of work.
People aren't boating as much, so
they don't need work on their boats....
And that's MY business because I
restore and renovate custom wood
work for boat interiors. My business
has dropped off dramatically. This
spill will reach much farther into
our area than people realize; it starts
from the ocean and goes inland from
there. Everything in between will be
affected and our local businesses will
be severely impacted, even if there is
no oil on our shoreline. It will impact
every part of Florida."




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Letters
Thanks for Your Support
Dear Editor: American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 305 would like
to extend a thank you to all our
neighbors and friends of St. Pete
Beach for supporting the Veteran
Poppy program. Thanks to everyone
that came forward Saturday at
Walgreens and Publix to show
generosity and support for our
veterans, who are grateful for all
the help they receive. Our Auxiliary
volunteers claim they are the ones
that truly benefited the most, not only
were they shown generosity for our
veterans, but witnessed lots of praise
for our enlisted men and women.
A little note to give you some
insight to the preparation of the
Poppy's, which are hand made by our
veterans here at Bay Pines Hospital
and VA hospitals around the US, we
had many hands to help open and
prepare the pretty red flowers. We
had visitors from Chicago; Jennifer,
Kristi, and Stephanie along with their
parents Laverne and Frank helped
Pat Jedrzejak and Diana McLoughlin


prepare the Poppy's for distribution.
They were here enjoying the sun and
saw that we needed help to open a
thousand Poppies so they brought
pizzas and their willing hands for a
great evening!
Diana McLoughlin


A Special Thank You
Dear Editor: The Troop Support
Alliance and Mellow Melodies would
like to try and thank the many people
who came together and helped to
make Saturday's BackYard Jam for
Troop Support a successful event. It
was a day to say thank you for our
freedoms, come together to support
the Special Operations Warrior
Foundation, allow many troop
support minded people to connect
and thank our many first responders
for doing the hard job they do.
Thanks to Mayor Mike Yakes and
the City of Gulfport for their support
and participation, to the wonderful
neighbors on the block who stepped
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support, assist in and enjoy the day,
to the Gulfport Fire Department for
stopping by to accept some great
BBQ and many heartfelt thanks for
doing their jobs.
Thanks to Leigh and Gina at the
Gabber, Renee and Pete at Paradise
News, Jo from the Sirata, St. Pete
Beach Mayor Finnerty and his wife
who all stopped in to have some
fun, and to the awesome groups
that stayed the course and made it
all possible in the heat... Attorneys
Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes,
Mike Hennessy from SOWF, The
Rolling Thunder with friends Tim
from Rain Baron and Andrew from
TECO on ice duty, The Defenders MC,
The Lutz Patriots and Support Our
Troops, Special Ops Racing, Quick
Q BBQ and our many music groups
filled with veterans. We salute you!
Shelly Vail & Judy Anderson
Troop Support Alliance
Goody & Mike Haines
Mellow Melodies


Letters to the Editor
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brief and to the point as possible.
Letters must be typed in
upper and lower case on plain
white paper or emailed to
publisher@thegabber.com. One
letter per author every four
weeks.
All letters are printed and edited
for length and content at the
discretion of the editors.
The Gabber encourages and
welcomes all letters.
The views and opinions
expressed in this publication do
not necessarily represent the
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Gabber June 10-June 16, 2010







Tour Barbara
Gilberg Habitat
By Natalie Leggette
Join me for a tour of the park on
June 24 at 1 p.m. and learn how get
ride of some turf in your yard. I will
have information and handouts about
replacing unneeded turf areas of your
yard in an earth friendly way. Anyone
who has a group can contact me at
384-0701 to tour the park. Please
come and visit the park.
Please remember no dogs are
allowed in this park due to the birds
feeding on the ground. Barbara
Gilberg Habitat is located at 1600
Pasadena Avenue.

Kittens Soon Ready
from Save Our Strays
In June and July a large number of
adorable kittens will be available for
adoption through Save Our Strays,
Inc. These kitties come in a variety
of patterns and colors, from torties
to tuxedos to tabbies to calicos,
plus cream, orange, black and other
shades.
These kittens must be three
months old, spayed and neutered,
microchipped, and have received
their shots before they can be offered
for adoption at a cost of $50. For
more information, please call Save
Our Strays, Inc. at 727 481-5091.
They are also in need of foster homes
for stray cats and kittens. If you have
room in your home and heart, please
call at 727-481-5262.

Historical Museum
seeks Volunteers
Are you one of the rare natives to
the beaches? Maybe you've lived here
many years. Or have a special love
of history. Gulf Beaches Historical
Museum wants you!
The Museum has a large, diverse
group of volunteers who participate
in all aspects of the Museum's
operations. By contributing your time
and sharing your wealth of experience
the Museum will continue its proud
tradition of being an "all volunteer
operated" organization. No special
skill, talent or knowledge is needed,
other than an interest in our island
history. The rewards of volunteering
are many, including the friendships
you'll make.
Gabber June 10 June 16, 2010


As a Pinellas County Volunteer you
willreceive specialbenefits, invitations
and rewards for committing six hours
a month. Training is provided at the
Museum. It is our goal to place our
volunteers into activities they will
enjoy. We couldn't open our doors
without the help of volunteers. Please
join today!
If you would like to be a part of this
vital group, leave a message at the
museum at 727-552-1610 or email
LPETERS7@tampabay.rr.com.
Gulf Beaches Historical Museum
is located at 115 Tenth Avenue in


Pass-a-Grille (the southernmost
end of St. Pete Beach). Visit www.
gulfbeachesmuseum.com.

Bipolar Support Group
A Bipolar Support Group meets
every Thursday night at 6:30 p.m.
at Suncoast Community Mental
Health, 4024 Central Avenue in
St. Petersburg. All are welcome.
Free admission. Call 656-3848 with
questions.


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Program Information
Ongoing registration continues
for the 2010 Summer Recreation
Program for children who have
completed Kindergarten through
age 14. Registrations for Gulfport
residents and non-residents (30
children max.) are currently being


accepted. Hours of registration for
Monday-Friday are from 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. Annual registration fees are
$15 for residents and $100 for non-
residents. The 8-week program
(June 21 August 13) cost is $250
for residents and $504 for non-
residents, which does not include
field trips. Pre Camp (June 14-18)
and Post camp (August 16-20) cost


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is $70 for each week, which includes
field trips. Pre and Post camps are
limited to 60 Gulfport residents only.
Summer camp program hours are
from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (structured
hours, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) with
extended hours available until
6 p.m. for an extra charge. Proof of
residency is required for Gulfport
residents. Detailed pricing and
registration packets are available
at the Recreation Center,
5730 Shore Blvd. S. or on-line
www.mygulfport.us and follow the
links: City Departments, Leisure
Services, Rec Center). Call 893-1068
for any questions.

Yoga in the Garden
The 49th Street South Business
Association (So49) is proud to
co-sponsor "Yoga in the Garden,"
along with BanyanScapes Nursery
and The Longhouse, Inc. For the
next five Saturdays, through June
19, the community is invited to
attend an outdoor yoga class to be
held in the lovely garden setting
of BanyanScapes Nursery, 932 49
Street S. The class begins at 10:15
a.m. and lasts approximately one
hour. Please bring your own mat or
towel. The class is suitable for all
levels of practice and is available on
a donation basis.
The 49th Street South Business
Association (So49) seeks to unite,
enhance, and promote the 49th
Street South business corridor and
embedded residential communities.
For more info please visit www.so49.
org.

Town Shores Tai Chi
Are you a Town Shores resident
who hasn't tried tai chi yet? Come
to the clubhouse auditorium on
Monday, June 7 at 9 a.m. when they
begin from movve #1 and give it a
try. Classes meet every Monday at
9 a.m. Instruction will include the
foundation exercises as well as the
tai chi set. Emphasis will be on the
many health benefits derived from
the exercises as well as each move of
the set. 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 at 345-6708.


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5 Rough or twisted tree
10 Sharp thrust
14 Hiatus
15 French soldier
16 John Paul II
17 Mountain in Thessaly
18 Worship of Allah
19 Upswing
20 Shakespearean play
23 Scandinavian bard
24 Currently popular
25 Statute
28 TV Tarzan
29 NT epistles
30 Deli offering
33 "Pygmalion" author
35 Ross MacDonald
mystery
37 Emulated Pan
39 Jubilant exclamation
40 It results in waste
41 Owen Davis'
Pulitzer drama
43 Fantastic tale
44 Shipping abbreviation
45 Nucleic acid, briefly
46 Haul
49 Stripling
50 Goal


51 Golfer Palmer
53 "Baby, _" :
Loesser's Oscar
winner
59 Acidic
60 Part of a
Sienkiewicz title
61 Categorize
62 Monetary exchange
medium
63 Bring forth
64 British public school
65 Anchor
66 Filmdom's Andrews
and Wynter
67 California wine valley

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1 Coagulate
2 Silence
3 Otherwise
4 Imperfections
5 One kind of column
6 Expensive
7 Angered
8 Winged
9 Tec
10 Small herring
11 Labor
12 Church projection
13 Hymenopteran


21 DDE, for short
22 Flambeau
25 Molded salad
26 A Marx
27 Recorded
29 Half a dance
30 Strong cordage fiber
31 Extreme
32 Mixture
34 Network
35 Ecclesiastical deg.
36 American
statesman
38 Greek architectural
type
39 Anecdotal collection
42 Stoical
46 Administrative
threesome
47 Burdens
48 Humor
50 American fur trader
51 Supplementary
feature
52 German city
53 "Othello" villain
54 Minuet division
55 Volcanic output
56 Insignificant amount
57 Globule
58 Sicilian landmark
59 Scottish headgear


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5501 27 Avenue S. in Gulfport

Senior Center Snack Bar
Open 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.,
Mon. thru Fri.
Breakfast Sandwiches,
Bagels & Danish
Hot Dogs, Hot/Cold Sandwiches
Pizza every Wednesday!
Coffee, Tea, Sodas
Great prices!

Noon Dining offered by
Neighborly Care Network
Hot Lunch Mon. thru Fri.
Must be 60 or over.
Contact Bob at 344-2111 to
register (5 day processing time)

Meals on Wheels
for Homebound
Contact Pat Hazell at
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Before you decide, ask us to send you free written
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SPCA Pet of the Week
Eeyore is a 9 month old male with a beautiful grey coat.
His eyes are both green and topaz and you will just
completely fall head over heels after looking into them.
Eeyore has plenty of kitten in him as he explores his
surroundings and displays his gymnastic skills. Have
you been searching for that special someone in your
life? Then come to the SPCA Tampa Bay and introduce
yourself to Eeyore. He is sure to brighten your day. Visit
S9099 130 Avenue N. in Largo, or call 727-586-3591.


Foster or Adopt a Greyhound
Meet Eagle, a beautiful black male greyhound at our
kennel. He is fun loving, outgoing, and playful. Yet he
settles easily, and is very affectionate. He looks forward
to his one-on-one people time. Eagle also gets along very
well with the other greys here in our kennel. We think he
will make a wonderful companion pet, including for a first-
time greyhound adopter but no cat households please. If
you would like to foster or adopt Eagle or any of our many
other greyhounds, please contact Greyhound Pets of America at 727-595-7852,
our website: greyhoundpets.com or see us at the Tyrone PetSmart on most
Sundays from noon to 2 p.m.



Friends of Strays
Slinky is a sweet one year old Domestic Short Hair yellow
and white kitty. She is a little shy until she gets to know
you. She is playful, active and gets along fine with other
cats. Please visit Slinky at Friends of Strays Adoption
Center at 2911 47 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg Tuesday
through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All adoption
fees include spay/neuter vaccines, microchip and county
license. For more information call 727-522-6566 or visit
www.friendsofstrays.com.


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ItStoroscoDe Guide


GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Staying
on task won't always ensure that a
job will get done. And actually, you're
likely to discover that some thingsjust
aren't worth doing in the first place.
This week brings many a lengthy,
loopy detour both in your actions and
in your conversations. Rambling on
can be beautiful. Getting to the point
is overrated.
CANCER (June 22-July 22).
Someone is learning from you and
may even borrow a few of your
mannerisms, matters of speech and
opinions, to boot. It's enough work
to cultivate your own tastes and
attitudes. And now you feel slightly
responsible for someone else's, too.
Well, at least you're contributing to
the refinement of the planet.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Contrary
to the edict of the television
commercials, a bubble bath isn't
going to solve your problems. In fact,
pampering and lollygagging will only
delay the resolution. So don't go soft
on the situation now. Whatever the
mess may be, you are more likely to
walk it out or talk it out than you are
to wash it out.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
Sometimes, when people say "we
miss you," what they really mean is
that they miss having your business
or, more specifically, your money.
This week you'll find out that you
are genuinely missed for your
energy, attitude, friendliness and
contribution to the lives of others.
And because of this, you may return
for a visit.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You'll
work on increasing your confidence.
It's easy enough for others to say
"believe in yourself," but how is this
actually accomplished? And how do
you know when it's done? Take every
step you can to be self-sufficient
physically and emotionally. When
you don't feel you need another
person for your survival, it's done.


SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your
pace will quicken this week as you
realize the opportunity ahead of you
is a sliding door that only stays open
long enough for one or two people
to walk through. Grab a partner
and head on in. The news you get
Thursday will inspire travel. You'll
be elated by visits with those you
haven't seen in a while.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). When you're deciding what to
do next, the brainstorming stage
is an important one. Don't skip it.
Otherwise, you'll end up doing what
you have always done, and that won't
lead you to new places. A blank sheet
of paper may be your best friend
this week and will certainly be the
gateway to an adventure.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
A number of interesting characters
will pass through your week, and
you'll hone your social skills as you
go from one communication to the
next. There's a feeling that you're
headed somewhere, that all the
relationships are culminating into
something important, but it's too
soon to say what.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You
have stellar ideas, and you follow
through. But sometimes you get so
driven toward a goal that you lose
the habits that keep you feeling
strong and healthy. Stable patterns
are deeply important to keeping
you on track. Make a list of all that
needs to be done on a daily basis to
maintain the optimum you.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Work
that encourages you to exercise
your verbal talents will be favored.
You have the gift of gab, persuasion
and public speaking. You may not
feel that you have anything special
to tell the world, but that is not
entirely true. While your message is
not exactly news, coming from you it
has a whole new meaning.


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ARIES (March 21-April 19). You'll
work with those who like to talk things
through, weigh the consequences
and speculate about the end result of
every decision. In contrast, you just
do what feels right. It will benefit you
to listen to the logic others present --
it's a good education. However, you'll
still do what feels right, regardless of
the rest.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20).
This week loosens up your working
process. Stream of consciousness
writing, speaking or drawing will get
you into a very creative mode. What
comes to you will be brilliant -- but
maybe not the first thing, or the first
three things for that matter. As you
muddle on though, you'll connect
with true inspiration.
This Week's Birthdays: You're so
attractive and fun that you may just
get more attention than you know
what to do with this year. This month
boosts you toward financial and
professional goals. Follow through
with the leads you'll be given and the
promises that you make to others.
After you prove yourself trustworthy,
a new door opens. Singles explore
exciting andromantic new friendships
through September. Families find
improved ways of communicating.
Senior members of the group will be
honored in November.


Music at Gulfport
Beach Pavilion
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Cookie with karaoke & dancing
Tuesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
"Copa Jane"
Wednesday, 1-3 p.m.
Melody Tunes Karaoke
Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Karaoke Bob & Friends
Friday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Good 01' Boys Bill Howeth &
Wayne Howeth, Jr.
Saturday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Jay & Lolita "Toonsters"
Sunday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Italian American accordion by
Woody for fun & dancing
Donations accepted
Weather permitting

Gabber June 10-June 16, 2010







Thrills & Chills Carnival
and Ice Cream Social
"Step right up folks" and make your
own Ice Cream Sundae or Banana
Split on Monday, June 21 at 1 p.m.
at the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501
27 Avenue S. And how about a little
entertainment, some fun carnival
games and an opportunity to win a
special prize to go along with it? Also,
you won't be able to resist the fresh
baked cookies available for a small
fee. Get your tickets in advance at
the Senior Center for only $3.

Teaching Opportunities
and Artists' Registry
GULFPORT- "The Gathering"
is a new non-profit organization
in Gulfport formed to establish a
gallery and artist's studio space in
Gulfport's Waterfront District. To
strengthen its reach and mission,
The Gathering has recently joined
with two other existing non-profits:
The City of Imagination and the
Gulfport Arts Center. The City of
Imagination, in existence for several
years, focuses on partnering with
artists and arts groups in a wide
range of projects. The Gulfport Arts
Center, established almost one year
ago, focuses on education, offering
classes and workshops in which
artists can share their craft with
community members. Classes at the
Gulfport Arts Center are now being
formed and will begin this summer.
Artists in any media interested in
conducting classes or workshops


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should contact Jessica Sager at 727-
346-3002 or sager.jessica@hotmail.
com.
In an effort to facilitate
communication with area artists,
the Gathering and its affiliate
organizations are now compiling
an artists' registry. Artists in any
media, including visual, performance
or literary arts are invited to submit
information to be included in the
registry. Information will be used
to invite and involve local artists in
shows and exhibits, other events,
meetings, teaching opportunities and
more. Information will not be shared
with others without prior permission.
Artists may either live, work, study
or have some other connection to
Gulfport. To be included, please
send your name, mailing address,
phone number, email address, and
brief information about the medium
or media in which you work to: The


Gathering c/o Marlene Shaw, 5732
23rd Ave. South, Gulfport, FL 33707
or email mshaw9@tampabay.rr.com.
For further information, call 727-
344-5443.
A two-day art show is planned for
Saturday and Sunday, October 16 and
17 at the Gulfport Casino ballroom.
The artists' registry will be used to
invite area artists to participate.
Watch for more details about this
special event to coincide with
Gulfport's Centennial Celebration.

Foster Homes
Needed for Felines
Save Our Strays, Inc. is in need
of foster homes for stray cats and
kittens. If you have room in your
home and heart, please give Save Our
Strays, Inc. a call at 727-481-5262.


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Recreation Center 5730 Shore Blvd. So 893-1068


RECREATION WEBSITE-www.
mygulfport.us and follow the links:
City Departments, Leisure servic-
es, Rec. Center.
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
Teen Night Teens, age's middle
school to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9
p.m.
2010 SUMMER PROGRAM-
Ongoing registration continues
for the 2010 Summer Recreation
Program for children who have
completed Kindergarten thru age
14. Registrations for Gulfport
residents and non-residents (30
children max.) are currently be-
ing accepted. Hours of registration
for Monday-Friday are from 9:00


a.m.-5:00 p.m. Information and
packets are available at the Rec.
Center or log on to www.mygulf-
port.us and follow the links to City
Departments, Leisure Services,
Rec Center. For more information
call 893-1068.
NEW CLASSES- Interested in
teaching a class? Call John at
727-893-1079 for more info
CLASSES Call instructor for
more information

* Belly Dance Starts April 13th,
Tues., 6:45 p.m. Call Daniela at
561-302-6174.
* Body Sculpt Tues., 6:30 p.m.
Call Billie at 239-313-0876.
* 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.


* Noisemakers Call Gabe at 345-
7472.
S Tai Chi -Thurs., 9
a.m at Scout Hall. Call
Marge at 345-6708.
* Tennis Tues., 4:30 p.m., 5 p.m.
and 6 p.m. Call Jack at 430-0690.
* Watercolor with Patsi -Begin-
ners/Intermediate- Thurs., 6:30
p.m. Call Patsi at 501-3559.
* Yoga in the A. M. Wed.,
9 a.m. at 49th Street Ne ghborhood
Center. Call Valerie at 557-4258.
* Yoga Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Tamara at 512-2763.
* Zumba Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Daniela at 561-302-6174.

TOMLINSON SKATE PARK
ALL skaters must purchase a stick-
er. Annual cost is $5 res. /$10 non-
res. Skaters 17 years of age and
younger must be accompanied by a
parent, have proof of residency and
fill out a consent form. Availabil-
ity to register: Monday Friday,
9 a.m.-8 p.m.


* Gulfport Library


5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074
or fax 893-1072


Our "Ducky & Waterful"
Summer Reading Programs
and "Summer Wednesday
Afternoon Specials" kick-off
date is Wednesday, June 16 at
2:00 pm

Gulfport Creative Short Story
Writers: Every Wednesday, 10:00
am.
One-on-One Computer Instruc-
tion: By appointment only--contact
Alex Hooks at the Reference Desk,
or call 893-1073.
Summer Crafts for All Ages:
Wednesday, June 9, & Saturday,
June 12 at 2:00 pm. Presented by
Pat Brinkley.
Suncoast Computer Users
Group (SCUG): Thursday, June
10, 6:00 pm.


Scrapbookers Club for Teens &
Adults: Saturday, June 12, 1:00
pm. Bring your pictures, books
and questions, and prepare to have
a great time! Some supplies avail-
able, but you furnish your own
12x12 scrapbook album. FMI, con-
tact Kay Boatwright 893-1074.
SummerCoffee/Talk Movie:
"Wuthering Heights" Thursday,
June 10, 1:30 pm. Starring Ju-
liette Binoche as Cathy, and Ralph
Fiennes as Heathcliff. (Paramount
Pictures, 1992, 106 minutes). This
is the first film version to span
both generations portrayed in the
original novel.
SummerCoffee/Talk Book
Club: Thursday, June 17, 10:00
am. Our summer series, "Pushed
to the Limit," begins with Wuther-
ing Heights, by Emily Bronte.


Stop by the Reference Desk to pick
up a discussion guide and reserve
a copy of the book.
Suncoast Computer Users
Group (SCUG): Thursday, June
10, 6:00 pm.
Genealogy Discussion Group:
Saturday, June 26, 1:00 pm. This
is not a formal class, just an op-
portunity to meet and share expe-
riences and information with oth-
ers interested in delving into their
family history
Scrapbookers Club for Teens &
Adults: Saturday, June 12, 1:00
pm. Bring your pictures, books
and questions, and prepare to have
a great time! Some supplies avail-
able, but you furnish your own
12x12 scrapbook album. FMI, con-
tact Kay Boatwright 893-1074.

Gabber June 10-June 16, 2010









Slices City Sponsored Activities

Series in the Community



Senior Center 550 27th Ave. So. 893-1i23


ANNOUNCEMENTS
Flea Market. Coming Right Up!:
Mark your calendar for Fri. June 11,
9am-noon for our next Flea Market.
If you have any items you would like
to donate (sorry, no clothes) please
drop them off at the Senior Center.
All proceeds benefit the Senior Center
Foundation.
Elder Abuse Awareness
Presentation: The Area Agency on
Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, Inc. will offer
a workshop to help raise awareness
of abuse, neglect and/or financial
exploitation of the elderly on Tues. June
15 at lpm in the Hickman Theater. Please
call the Senior Center to reserve so we
have an adequate number of handouts.
This event appropriately takes place on
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day!
Diabetic Educator Speaks to
Diabetics: David Joffe will speak to our
Diabetic Support Group on Mon. June
28 at 10am and will continue to give
presentations every second and fourth
Monday. Mr. Joffee has been providing
diabetes and cardiovascular care in
Tampa Bay since 1995 and spent 2 years
as an Eckerd Patient Care Pharmacist
managing over 100 diabetes patients.
His practical way of teaching will be
a great help to diabetics and/or their
families. All are welcome!
Personal Health Station Machine:
Have you seen the new Health Station
Machine located in the Senior Center
Fitness Room? It's awesome! Come and
check your blood pressure, oxygen level,
pulse rate, weight and body fat. It's very
accurate and even provides a health
assessment based on your age, weight
and level of exercise. The machine is
currently on loan.
Fitness Center: New summer hours
for the Senior Center Fitness Room:
Mon. Tues. Wed. 8am 7pm; Thurs. &
Fri. 8am-3:30pm.
Tai Chi Moves to Scout Hall: Come
join our summer Tai Chi Class at Scout
Hall (5315 28th Ave. S.) every Thursday
at 9am. Must be a registered Senior
Center member to participate.
Magnifying Machine: If your vision
makes it difficult to view your mail or
documents, you are more than welcome
to use our Magnifying Machine. It's
simple to use and can make a world of
difference. Call now to reserve time on
the machine.
Remember the Senior Center: If
you would like good things to continue
happening at the Senior Center for
years to come, please consider the Senior
Center Foundation in your will. There
are a number of ways you can do this.
Please call the Senior Center for more
information.

Gabber June 10 -June 16, 2010


SPECIAL EVENTS
Thrills & Chills Carnival and Ice
Cream Social: Come and make your
own Ice Cream Sundae or Banana
Split on Mon. June 21 at 1pm. And how
about a little entertainment, some fun
carnival games and an opportunity to
win a special prize to go along with it?
Also, you won't be able to resist the fresh
baked cookies available for a small fee.
Get your tickets in advance at the Senior
Center only $3.00.
Card & Game Party: Mark your
calendar now for Wed. July 21, 1-4pm
for the Senior Center's Card and Game
Party. Donation: $10 for munchies,
beverages & fun. Play Bridge, Canasta,
Euchre, Pinochle or Scrabble, Tiles,
etc. Name your game! This event is
sponsored by the Gulfport Senior Center
Foundation.
SPECIAL SERVICES:
Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren: A support group for
grandparentsraisingtheir grandchildren
meets on the last Tuesday of every
month (June 29) at 10am. Learn about
available resources to make care giving
responsibilities easier.
Phones for Hearing Impaired: Can't
hear well on your telephone? Try one of
our specialized phones provided by the
Deaf and Hearing Connection. Phone
distribution will be held at the Senior
Center on Tues. June 15 from 9:30am-
11:30am.
Elder Law Clinic: Seniors 60 and over
who are income eligible can receive
free legal assistance with wills, living
wills, powers of attorney, and health
care surrogates on Friday, June 18 at
9:30am. Call for more info.
Transportation for Gulfport
Seniors: Gulfport seniors 55 & over who
would like door-to-door transportation
service for medical appointments,
grocery shopping, beauty/barber shops,
etc. please call GEMS at (727) 893-2242.
Annual membership: $50 and $1.00
for each one way trip. All rides to the
Senior Center are free. Also, free rides
to Gulfport's Fresh Market on the first
Tuesday of each month. (No membership
fee required for this special trip).
Telephone Reassurance: A friendly
phone call each morning is available for
Gulfport seniors who live alone. City
volunteers offer this free service with
your safety in mind. Call now for more
information.
AARP Driving Classes: are held on
the first two Tuesdays of every month
from 1-4pm. Call 343-9044 to register
and fee info.
Diabetic Support: Our Diabetic
Support Group meets every Mon. at
10am. Newcomers welcome.


Spanish Practice: Beginner and
Intermediate Spanish students will
meet on Mondays, 3-4:30pm through
the summer months to practice their
language skills. Regular Spanish classes
will resume in the fall.
Italian Practice: Beginner
Conversation students will meet on
Mondays, from 5-6pm through the
summer months to practice their
language skills. Starts on June 7.
JUST FOR FUN
Live Chat Room- every Friday at 2pm.
Share stories and meet new friends.
Bingo:Fridays at 1pm.
Wii Bowling every Thurs. at 1pm and
every first and third Tues. at 6:30pm.
More bowlers are needed for the evening
sessions so come and join the fun!
Join our E-mail List: Send us your
e-mail address at cdean@mygulfport.
us or sfrank@mygulfport.us and we will
send you our monthly activity calendar
and notices on special events.

Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-l070
Overeaters Anonymous: Sun.
6:15-8:15pm



GULFPORT
CASINO
BALLROOM

5500 Shore Blvd. So.
893-1070

SIG HARDER'S BAND & DANCE
Social & Ballroom Dancing
Sun., June 13, 6-10pm $7
WEEKLY DANCES

Every Tuesday
Ballroom Lessons 12-3pm $7
12-1 Inter, 1-2 Beg., 2-3 Dancing
Argentine Tango 6:30-10:30pm $7
6:30-1st timers, 7-8-Beg. Lesson,
8-10:30pm Practica/Milonga

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

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







Local Obituaries-
BAKALA,DOROTHYS., 79, ofSouth
Pasadena, passed away at Palms of
Pasadena Hospital on May 30, 2010.
She was born in Hammond, IN and
the owner of a real estate business.
Guestbook www.davidcgross.com.
David C. Gross Funeral Homes, 6366
Central Ave., 727-381-4911.


BEARD, PAUL RUSSELL, 88, of
Gulfport, passed away on May 26,
2010 at Boca Ciega Center. Paul
was born in Tappan, NY on Aug.
1, 1921 and had been a resident of
Gulfport since 1961. He graduated
from Haverstraw High School and
Robert's Technical Institute in New
York City. Paul was a WWII veteran
having served in Patton's 3rd Army
as a forward field observer. Paul
was a Staff Sergeant serving first
for one year in Greenland and then
in Germany. He received the Euro-
pean African Middle Eastern Service
medal, Good Conduct Medal, Ameri-
can Service Medal and a WWII Vic-
tory Medal. Paul retired from Pinel-
las Vocational Technical Institute,
Clearwater campus where he enjoyed
teaching for a number of years. Paul
was a lifetime member of the DAV
Chapter 13 and a longtime member
of the Gulfport pinochle club. He had
a wonderful hobby of wood working
which brought joy to many people.
He is survived by his wife of 67 years,
Doris Beard of St. Petersburg; daugh-
ter Janis (Larry) Curry of Gulfport;
daughter Jean (David) Pilcher of
Dover, OH; son Paul (Janet) Beard
of Seminole; 6 grandchildren, Rob-
ert Curry, Jan (Barry) Johnson, Da-
vid (Jenna) Pilcher, James (Lorri)
Pilcher, Elizabeth Dorris and Alison
Carney; 12 great-grandchildren, Al-
yssa Carney, James Pilcher, Ruth
Pilcher, Mary Pilcher, Daniel Pilcher,
Jeremiah Dorris, Kaylee Johnson,
Philip Pilcher, Rebekah Dorris, Tes-
sa Pilcher, Samuel Pilcher, William
Pilcher; one sister, Ruth Stoughton


of W. Haverstraw, NY; 3 nieces,
Durie DeMaio, Jill (William) Clancy,
Jan Stoughton; and 1 nephew, John
Stoughton. He was preceded in death
by one brother, Armand Beard. In-
terment will be on Monday, June 7
at 12:45 p.m. at Bay Pines National
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends
who wish may make donations to
Suncoast Hospice.


CALDWELL,
ADELE A.,
90, the matri-
arch of the well
known R.W.
s 6Caldwell fam-
ily, died May
28th in Gulfport at the home of her
daughter, April Caldwell Hornsleth.
Her death marks the end of an era
in Gulfport and follows by less than
a year the passing of her husband of
almost 64 years, R.W. 'Bob' Caldwell,
Jr., who died July 4, 2009. Less than
three months before Bob's death,
the City of Gulfport had honored
the over 80+ years of contributions
by the Caldwell family to Gulfport
by naming the park at 64th and
Gulfport Boulevard, R.W. Caldwell
Park. Born Adele Dufour Allport
on December 30, 1919 in Asheville,
North Carolina, Mrs. Caldwell was
the youngest of four sisters and grad-
uated from Biltmore College. She
installed radios in military aircraft
during World War II in Tennessee,
and while on a trip to California in
1945, she met and soon after married
Bob Caldwell who was working as an
aeronautical engineer building the
heavy bomber B-24 Liberator in San
Diego. The Caldwells moved back to
Bob's hometown of Gulfport on July 4,
1951 with their three young children
in tow. Bob started working with his
father by opening up the building di-
vision of R.W. Caldwell, Inc., a real
estate and insurance business start-
ed originally by the elder Caldwell


in 1937. Besides raising the children,
Adele designed many of Bob's custom
homes. Adele enjoyed fishing, sail-
ing, family trips and helping others.
She relished taking summer trips
with her husband and children in
a station wagon to national parks
around America, camping out along
the way, and then repeating many
of those trips a generation later with
her grandchildren. Just last month,
the Boca Beacon Tarpon Times, in
Boca Grande, published a large cov-
er photo, taken in the late 1950s, of
Adele sitting demurely on the stern
of a boat overseeing a large tarpon
that had jumped aboard thrashing
around causing havoc. That mounted
fish hangs in the R.W. Caldwell office
today. Additionally, Adele and Bob
helped many people quietly and with-
out fanfare. Notably, they took a trip
together to Haiti to see firsthand the
stories of hardship they had heard
and read about. As a result, together,
they paid for and shipped more than
500,000 pounds of black beans to the
Haitian people through a local char-
ity, For HAITI With Love. Adele is
survived and missed by her three
children, April Caldwell Hornsleth
(Poul), Elise'Desi' Caldwell McCarthy
(Vaughn) and R. W. 'Bill' Caldwell,
III (Katie), and her three grandchil-
dren, Poul Hornsleth, III, Kyle Mc-
Carthy and Jody Caldwell Hornsleth
Sepulveda (Rob). A family gather-
ing in Adele's memory will be held
later. The family asks that friends
and acquaintances consider making
a contribution in Adele's memory to
For HAITI With Love, P.O. Box 1017,
Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1017, http://
www.forhaitiwithlove.org/ or to the
Gulfport Library or to the Gulfport
Historical Society.


CANNON, MARY BEA, born April
30, 1920 passed away June 1, 2010.
Graduated from Chattanooga City
High School in 1938, she was the past
Executive Secretary for the Chatta-
nooga Retail Merchants Association.
She was a realtor in Chattanooga
and St. Petersburg for many years.
She was known for many years at
Caldwell Real Estate as "your old
timey real estate person". She leaves
behind 3 sons, 6 grandchildren and 4
great-granddaughters. There are no
memorial services planned.


Gabber June 10-June 16, 2010


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for 42 years
1419 49th St. South Gulfport


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since 1968 fax 327-7830







CLARKE, STERLING, 44, St. Pete
Beach. Sterling passed away May
28th surrounded by his loving family
and friends. He was predeceased by
his father, Sterling Jasper Clarke.
He is survived by his soul-mate, Amy
Cannon; his adoring mother, Eleanor
Clarke; sister, Sue Lea (Alex);
nephew, Matthew, and countless
friends who all were like family to
him. He moved to St. Pete Beach in
1997 from Louisville, KY. He worked
at PJ's Seafood Restaurant until
2005, when he realized his dream
and opened his own restaurant,
Sterling's Beach Bistro. He put his
love into every dish he prepared and
quickly developed a loyal following,
and his "family" continued to grow.
Sterling loved the beach, swimming
in the Gulf day or night, and snook
fishing (only in season, of course). His
favorite place to get away to was Isla
Mujeres, Mexico, and he found great
pleasure in taking his friends there
to share the beauty of the island. He
played basketball at West Virginia
State and Keene State before moving
to Chile to play in the South American
professional league. He was also a
Kentucky Colonel, and a member of
the American Cornhole Association.
Known by his friends as the "gentle
giant", he was a big man with an
even bigger heart. Nothing made
him happier than bringing a smile to
those around him. His amazing sense
of humor will never be forgotten. He
will be dearly missed by every soul
that he touched, including his canine
companions Maggie, Roscoe, and
Rusty. He was the best friend anyone
could have ever asked for, and no
one will ever be able to fill his shoes.
A Celebration of Life will be held
on Sunday, June 6th at 2 p.m. at
Bayside Banquets, 5501 Gulf Blvd.,
St. Pete Beach. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the family.
Please send your donations to Beach
Memorial Chapel, 301 Corey Ave., St.
Pete Beach, FL 33706 in the name of
Amy Cannon.


SHOLLENBERGER, CURTIS C.,
59, of South Pasadena, died Satur-
day, May 29, 2010, at home. He was
a United States Army veteran. He
is survived by his wife, Kathleen M.
Thompson; daughter Tisha Shollen-
berger; sons Richard Reinheld and
Ian Shollenberger, and brothers Mi-

Gabber June 10 -June 16, 2010


chael and Gregory. There will be a
celebration of life Friday, June 11, at
6 p.m. at ALifeTribute FuneralCare -
Gulfport ,727-347-5521.


TURNER, SUSAN MARIAN ES-
IELIONIS, 56, of St. Pete Beach,
passed away Tuesday, June 1, 2010.
Susan was born in Leominster, MA
on Jan. 8, 1954. Daughter of Edmund
and Irene Esielionis, she moved to
St. Pete Beach in 1960 and gradu-
ated from Boca Ciega High School.
She also worked as an LPN for many
years. Susan was preceded in death
by her parents and sister, Virginia
Esielionis Davis. She leaves to mourn
her passing her loving daughter Ni-
cole Turner Esajas and son-in-law
Randell Esajas. She will be missed
by her beloved grandsons to whom
she was known as "Nini," Erik Scott
and Brady Esajas; and three step-
grandsons, Shawn, Ryan, and Steven
Esajas. In addition, Susan leaves her
sister Elaine Esielionis (Gene) Fran-
cis, brothers Edmund (Eddie) and


William (Linda) Esielionis; nieces
Lisa (Richard) Sanders, Christine
(Bruce) Marin, and Erika (Michael)
Tucker; great-nieces, Abigail and
Amelia Reese Tucker and Macken-
zie Marin and great-nephew Nicklas
Marin. Susan will be greatly missed
by many other friends and family
members. Visitation will be Friday
from 6-8 p.m. at the David C. Gross
Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will be
celebrated Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at
St. John Vianney Catholic Church,
445 82nd Avenue, St. Pete Beach.
Interment will follow at Calvary
Catholic Cemetery in Clearwater.
Guestbook at davidcgross.com. Da-
vid C. Gross Funeral Homes, 6366
Central Ave., 727-381-4911.


WEAVER, CONNIE S., 61, of
Gulfport, died June 2, 2010. Survived
by husband, 2 children, 2 siblings,
6 grandchildren. Abbey Affordable
Cremation Largo, 727-517-2340.


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1419 49th Street S.
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Mountcastle dispels myths about vein treatment
Mouncaste Vein Centers oers effective, safe and painess reatmens.


In an initial free cosultation, Daniel Mountcasdt MDD, takes the time
to explain to each of patients the common p m associated with
vins in the legsand to desribe the eatmentseoffers.
"When rm don," Dr. Mountastle boast, "joull know more about
vein problems than 95 percent of he physicans m nea County.
Yotu be able to stand in ne at the d=cagut at a groerystore, looking
at the other shoppers, and point out corona phlebectasia or stasis
dermatitis"
'Not rodetscienc
According to Dr. Mountcastle, vein disease is actually one of the
simplest probles in the medical proksion It is a mechanical in nature,
nvoving only vessels and valves and gravity. Tre are rno mplicated
bihemical issues.
'I's not rodket scenee" Dr. Moun aste says. He explains that there
are five major systems of veins that drain the surface of each leg.
"Picture them as upside-down trees, with a trunk (vein), branches
(smaller veins) ad twist (capillaries)"
Thee veins have valves about every six inches When leg muscles
contract the valves in the trunk of this tre allow blood to flow one way
- upward toward he heart
When one of the valves fai the branches and twigs below must hold
up th weight of a column of blood all the way up to the heart resulting
in increased pressure. Failed valves may cause veins to distend and
becomepail varii both on the surface of he leg and inside the
le w brings about pain cramp restless and tiedgs
Also, surface capillaries may distend and become sder vens or,
with the increased pressure, fluid with protein and blood cells may leak
fromdeeper capillaries causing swelling and skin chang
"It all comes down to failed valves" r. Mountcastle erplairs. Failed
valves in the veins can lead to a laundry list of conditions such as
swollen ankles, night cramps, charley horse cramps red or brown
d raion, painul and tired aching legs, ulceraon scaling, itching
burning skin, varicose veins and spider veins and purple ankles and
intep.
MlMsOnceptiao
"We hear a lot of people say that what we do is all cosmetic," Dr.
MoutrIastle said, addring one of the primary misconceptions about
his field. "No hardly anything in vein surgery is stity cmetic" By
his office's estimates, 9 percnt of the work they do is medically
necessary and paid
for by Medicare and
private insurance
"Vein treatment is
no more expensive
than most dental
care," Dr.
Mountcastle added.
Except for simple,
cosmetic spider vein
injections, Medicare
and private insurance
plans pay for all
investigations and
treatments. For self-
pay patients,
Mountcaste Vein
Centers offers the
Care Credit plan with
Daniel Mountcastle, M.D markedly reduced
costs and no interest
for the first year.
Following isa short qui7 regarding other myths about vein treatment
1. Veins problems are mainly a woman's iue FALSE. In fact half
of Dr. Mountcast's patients are men.
2 Vein tratlnt is painful FAISE Dr. Mountcatlepeafoms thoee
typs of tratnt, none of which are painful.
3. Vein ttreatnnt takes a long time FALSE Each of the treatments
offered by the centers takes about 45 minutes in the office


4. Recovery from vein treatment is long FALSE. Patients can go
back to normal activity the same day from a treatment.
5. Weight loss is an important factor in leg vein problems FALSE.
Weight has nothing to do with valve failure. In fact, some of Dr.
Mountcastle's patients arelean triathlees.
6. Leg vein failure always results visible varicose veins FALSE
Patients can have terrible variose veins inside their leg with painful
tired legs and their legs
can appear to be Pix--tly
normal. In face, 90
percent of all varicose
veins are inride the leg
Invdgation
Following a focused
physical exam,
Mountcastle Vein
Centers perform a
detailed ultrasound
exam checking for deep
clots and screening the
arteries. Then, the five BE0iE ft
veins draining the
surface in each leg are
examined by meug
diediameter of the vekis
and testing the valves
while looking for
backward flow.
The results from the
exam are clear: Valve
problems, backward
fow and dilated veins
are either there or they
are not. Dr. kMountcase
thar diELczes twatnienL
hvich may be advLtabl
Treatments
At Mountcastle Vein
Centers, veins problem
may be fixed Iby
Laser Endovenous gCloso e- Cl;ing a major vein trunk with a valve
failure, along bakod to trl hrd gh Xperforat erin shots and
ultimately improving flow to the deep circul on and decreasing the
risk f ck*s The ptedure is safe pains and very effective.
Micro-Phlebectony of Vaicose Veins After numbing the skin,
needle punctures are made about every inch over the varcwse vein,
moving the vein huh the needle pun es This e is aoly
neouary when the vanc s hav been to: over ie to
disappear on their own. The procedure is safe, painless and very
effective
Sderotherapy for Spider and Reticular Veins Perormed when
there are no associated valve problem an FDA approved sdersant is
injected into the salli] veek The procdure is safe very effective and
causes only minor discomfort
For Dr. Mountastle, the practice is extremely gratfytients
"Every week, someone says it's a miree" O of s paens a
general practitioner- came in wanting to rid herselfof a spider veirn. The
subsunt stigatio detected a failed valve which was then teate


treatment resolved the prBlem for her. "Every week, someone tells us
that the treatment fhe, eucivi has dra their life"


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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.
June classes include: "Boating
Safety" June 15, "Piloting Your
Boat-Part A" June 22, and "Piloting
Your Boat-Part B" June 29..
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.

Volunteers Needed
for Friends of Strays
Friends of Strays needs you if
you love cats! Friends of Strays
no-kill animal shelter is presently
seeking volunteers for positions
at the Shelter & Adoption Center
location at 2911 47 Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg. Hours are 8 a.m. 3
p.m., Monday through Sunday. For
more information call 727-522-6566.
A volunteer application is available
on line at www.friendsofstrays.com
or at the shelter.

New Zumba Class
Zumba is an international dance
cardio workout. It incorporates
dances such as Salsa, Merengue,
Hip hop,etc., no experience needed.
Classes are on Thursdays from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. at the Gulfport Recreation
Center. The cost is $10 per class or
$8 per class if you pay by the month.
Please contact Daniela (instructor)
at 561-302-6174 or John at the
Recreation Center at 893-1079 for
more information. Please register
in advance. Daniela also offers a
Bellydance class on Tuesdays at 6:45-
7:45 p.m. so come give one or both of
these exciting classes a try.

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of Reading
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Petersburg is a non-profit corporation
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County since 1968. The tutoring is
free of charge to any adult reading at
or below the eighth grade level. With
our increasing numbers, the need for
tutors continues to grow steadily.
Become a tutor. No experience
needed. All tutors are trained.
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727-521-1117 for more information
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N othing illustrates the
absurdity of the diversity-
first movement than the
make-up of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Of diversity may it talk; of diversity
it is not; of politics and political
influence from an entrenched
educational elite it is.
In the broader sense, consider that
the president's newest nominee,
Elena Kagan would bring to the
court its third female. That continues
the gender balancing, and moves it
to one-third of the total number of
justices (9). Women are at least half
the population. Is that diversity? Do
women think differently than men?
You betcha! (see Men are from Mars,
Women are from Venus).
However, it also brings religious
imbalance. Kagan will be the third
Jew on the court. She would join
Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen


Breyer. Again, one-third. Does
religion color one's thought? Since it
is a belief system, one would presume
so. Unfortunately, I don't have any
handy illustrations, but I'm going
to go with a "yes". However, Jews
represent only 1.3 per cent of the
religious population.
As for the rest of the court, with the
retirement of John Paul Stevens,
they are all Catholics. Catholics
are 24 per cent of the Christian
population. Protestants represent
52 per cent. And, Christians are only
76 per cent of the population. Where
is the diversity?
That brings us to diversity of
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Manhattan) and Harvard; Breyer:
Stanford (California) and Harvard;
Sam Alito: Princeton and Yale; John
Roberts: Harvard, Harvard; Sonia
Sotomayor: Princeton, Princeton;
Ginsburg: Columbia and Harvard;
Anthony Kennedy: Stanford and
Harvard; Antonin Scalia: George
Washington, Harvard; Clarence
Thomas: Holy Cross and Yale.
All received law degrees from Ivy
League schools, all but two were
educated in East coast undergrad
schools. All with the exception of
Thomas came from large cities.
Only Thomas is from the South. All
worked in major political centers.
Only Sotomayor and Thomas have
less than comfortable economic
backgrounds. Sotomayor is Hispanic
and Thomas is Negro (African-
American). Only Thomas comes
from a real small town Pin Point,
Georgia and only Thomas grew up
truly poor.
Diversity aside, all were (and
are) high achievers, academically
and otherwise. Many had magna,
summa or cum laude by their
names. Yes, including Thomas who
also studied for the priesthood and
was an activist black on campus at
Holy Cross.
This is not a picture of diversity
of background and experience with
one or two exceptions. Interestingly,
in spite of the lack of diversity (as
defined in most of America), there is,
on the court, a diversity of opinion.
That's why there are few unanimous
decisions. Hmm. Does that mean
that diversity of background doesn't
mean much at least in intellectual
matters? Or, does it mean that we
perceive diversity incorrectly? Or,
maybe diversity isn't measured
by race or ethnic background, or
education, or upbringing.
Just maybe diversity is an
individual thing and we should get
back to thinking about individuals
rather than groups.










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American Legion Activities

SPost 125
6440 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 347-6085
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Lunch Served Kitchen Open Kitchen Open 2-7pm Kitchen Open 2-5pm No Lunch Served Lunch Served Lunch Served
11am-3pm 11-7pm 11am-3pm 11am-3pm
Southern Knights Band Euchre 1pm
Ron's Karaoke 7pm Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Ron's Karaoke 7pm Kitchen open
7-11pm

If you haven't cruised with our Post then you just haven't cruised! Oh yes, we are doing it once again! We will embark
from the Port of Tampa on a 7 day 7 night cruise and visit these ports of call: Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Belize and Isla
Roatan. You don't have to be an American Legion member to join the fun or take advantage of our special group rates
starting as low as $695.72 per person. That's less than $100 a day! To get complete details about this extraordinary
event call Seapointe Cruises at 727-321-8750. Join us at our cruise kick-off party this Sunday, June 13 at 1 p.m.
Friday & Saturday night dinners have been canceled until August 6 & 7. The S.A.L.'s will still have their all-you-can-
eat spaghetti & meatballs on the fourth Saturday of the month.
The Southern Knights band will still be playing for your listening & dancing pleasure every Friday & Saturday
night.
We are in dire need of donations for troops in Iraq & Afghanistan. Lately donations have been few & far between.
Please help our troops. A collection box is provided at the post. For more information call Shirley at 510-1919. Let's
show them our support!


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THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
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Hall rental for any occasion, call for rental prices at 727-367-1596 or check out our website at www.post305.org.
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nEYVEY


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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 5/28
Suspicious Vehicle- Beach Parking.
Criminal Mischief- 5900 BIk Tanger-
ine Ave. S.
Recovered Stolen Vehicle- 3100 BIk
Miriam St. S.
Domestic Battery- 1900 BIk 55th St.
S.
Criminal Mischief- 5300 BIk 9th Ave.
S.
Soliciting- 1200 BIk 56th St. S.
Suspicious Person- 6000 BIk Kipps
Colony Dr. S.
Open Door/Window- 900 BIk 58th
St. S.
Saturday 5/29
Domestic Verbal- 5200 BIk 18th Ave.
S.
Animal Complaint- Clam Bayou.
Accident with Injuries- 5200 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5800 BIk
13th Ave. S.
Noise Complaint- 4900 BIk 29th Ave.
S.
Animal Complaint- 5800 BIk 18th
Ave. S.
Sunday 5/30
Trouble with Individual- 3000 BIk
Beach Blvd. S.


Trouble with Individual- 4600 BIk
Tifton St. S.
Stolen Vehicle- 4900 BIk 14th Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 5000 BIk 29th
Ave. S.
Domestic Verbal- 2200 BIk Horan
Way S.
Noise Complaint- 2600 BIk 46th St.
S.
Drunk Person- 2500 BIk Beach Blvd.
S.
Domestic Verbal- 4900 BIk Gulfport
Blvd S.
Stolen Vehicle- 1400 BIk 61st St. S.
Prowler- 2600 BIk 46th St. S.
Fight in Progress- 4900 BIk 15th
Ave. S.
Drunk Person- 5800 BIk 9th Ave. S.
Monday 5/31
Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd S.
Trouble with Individual- 4900 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Battery- 1600 BIk 52nd St. S.
Animal Complaint- 800 BIk Gray St.
S.
Fight in Progress- Beachfront.
Domestic Verbal- 6200 BIk Pasa-
dena Pt. Blvd. S.


Domestic Verbal- 2600 BIk Quincy
St. S.
Reckless Driver- 5400 BIk Shore
Blvd S.
Domestic Battery- 5500 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Tuesday 6/1
Animal Complaint- Clam Bayou.
Trouble with Individual- 5500 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Theft- 5100 BIk 26th Ave. S.Gulfport
Blvd S.
Arrest on Warrant- 5600 BIk 19th
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1500 BIk
52nd St. S.
Domestic Battery- 700 BIk 54th St.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 2000 BIk
55th St. S.
Wednesday 6/2
Animal Complaint- 6000 BIk 17th
Ave. S.
Drunk Person- 5100 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2000 BIk
55th St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5100 BIk 14th
Ave. S.
Thursday 6/3
Noise Complaint- 5900 BIk Tanger-
ine Ave. S.
Hit & Run- 5400 BIk 29th Ave. S.
Burglary- 2600 BIk 45th St. S.
Soliciting- 5400 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 BIk
Gulfport Blvd S.
Animal Complaint- 5100 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Theft- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Fight in Progress- 900 BIk 58th St.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 800 BIk
54th St. S.
Theft- 5100 BIk 15th Ave. S.


Gabber June 10-June 16, 2010


Crime Awareness Meeting
The topic of the June 14 Crime Awareness & Prevention meeting is "Being
A Good Neighbor". Our speaker will be Sgt. Josh Stone. School will soon be
out and there will be a lot of youth with too much time on their hands. A good
neighbor will keep an eye on their neighbors' properties, just as you would want
your neighbor to do for you. Please plan to join us at the Gulfport Neighborhood
Center at 1617 49 Street S. at 7 p.m. For more information email Jeri Reed at
JRvolunteer@aol.com or call 327-3509 or call Ernie Stone at 727-278-9277.
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
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Operation Military
Camp Needs Donations
Operation Military Camp is coming
up and is open to all children 8-13
years of age who have a parent
deployed. Contributions are greatly
needed. Please contact American
Legion Post 125 at 347-6085 to help.

Old Cell Phones Can
Be Lifeline for Seniors
Donate your old cell phones to the
Senior Safety Phone Project, which
provides seniors in Pinellas and Pasco
counties with free emergency cell
phones. The Area Agency on Aging
of Pasco Pinellas collects donated
cell phones, tests and charges the
phones, and then distributes them to
seniors in the community. For a full
list of the donation and distribution
sites in Pasco and Pinellas counties,
please call the Senior Helpline at
1-800-96ELDER (1-800-963-5337).

St. Petersburg
Writers' Club
Are you interested in writing? If so,
you may want to check out the St. Pe-
tersburg Writers Club which meets
on the first and third Thursdays of
the month at 6:30 p.m. at the West
Branch Library at the corner of Eighth
Avenue N. and 67 Street adjacent to
St. Petersburg College. Come early (6
p.m.) and socialize with other writ-
ers. All writers and would-be writers
are invited.
For more information, call Martha
Dupes at 736-3355 or Pat First at
397-8833.

Beta Sigma Phi
Laureate Epsilon Theta chapter
celebrated the end of the 2009-
2010 sorority year with an Awards
Luncheon at the St. Petersburg
Hilton downtown on Saturday,
June 5. Members attending enjoyed
a delicious lunch in the Tangerine
Room. Congratulations to Miriam
Garcia for the Best Program this year
on Life in Cuba. Congratulations to
Joyce Keller for being chosen Ideal
Sister. Sharon Ingram was honored
as Chapter Woman of the Year and
State Laureate Woman of the Year.
The accomplishments of the year
were celebrated and a memory book
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in honor of Marlene Markey who
passed away this year was presented
to Sharon Ingram for serving as
President in Marlene's absence.
Chapter members will meet on
Sunday, June 13 at 6 p.m. at the
home of Joyce and Clarence Keller
for a Summer Social. This will be
a covered dish dinner. It will be an
evening of socializing and relaxing.
For more information, please contact
Sharon Ingram at 321-2849.

Learn about
Toastmasters Club
Toastmasters is a positive learning
environment where leaders develop


professional skills needed in this
tough economy. You will learn to
evaluate your current skills, have
productive discussions at work,
practice speaking in front of a
people, control nervousness, take on
new roles, and develop yourself as a
leader.
City Power Toastmasters is a
non-profit organization devoted
to continuing leadership skills
in a relaxed, diverse and upbeat
atmosphere. Join them every
Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m., One
Fourth Street N., Municipal Services
Building, 6th Floor, Room 600, in
St. Petersburg. Call 893-7918.


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0 Week Co ntdon te 1 ea
100 Week Countdown to 100 Years!


Who were the Manns of the Mann Fish Company, and when did they
operate their business? Answer next week.


In just 18 weeks, Gulfport will
celebrate the centennial of its
incorporation, October 12, 1910. We'll
be reminding you every week with an
interesting old photograph from the
collection of the Historical Museum. See
if you can identify 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.
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LAST WEEK'S ANSWER:
Last week's picture showed Gulfport's
first town hall. It was built in 1913 in
Chase Park, about where the dog park is
now located, for a total cost of $1259.75.
Painted yellow and wired for electricity, it
would stand there until 1927 when it was
moved northward to the present city hall
complex. In 1953 it was auctioned off for
the building materials.


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Docents Needed
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is an all-volunteer organization.
At present, they are in need of
other volunteers to help keep the
museum open for two hours per day
per week. The museum is on the
list of Florida Historic places and
houses detailed information about
homes and buildings in Gulfport's
past up to the present. You need
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city government?
Email your request to News@theGabber.com
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City of Gulfport
Q: On Gulfport's web site, there's a link to an "RFP Short List." What is
an RFP and what is this list and why is it on the web site?

A: RFP stands for "Request For Proposals." These proposals are for
three things: writing grants, making city buildings more energy efficient,
and lobbyists. According to the city manager's office, city staff created the
shortlist (and did the scoring of each company) and posted it on the web
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Acupuncture Clinic
has New Location
Acupuncturists Without Borders
is offering a free acupuncture
clinic to provide treatment for all
military, past and present, as well
as their families, and their health
care workers. These acupuncture
treatments address stress, insomnia,
post-traumatic stress syndrome,
depression and anxiety. Starting
June 3 the clinic will be held every
Thursday at Sanctuary Community


Acupuncture, 5111 Central Avenue,
St. Petersburg at 7 p.m. The clinic
is free, donations are welcome. For
further information, please call 727-
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Good Reasons to
Adopt an Older Cat
Friends of Strays has a special offer
for the months of May and June for
all adoptions of older cats. Anyone
adopting a cat that is over three
years old will receive a gift basket


Attorney Keith Sanders,
Handles Bankruptcies with Experience and Sensitivity


Y ou could say my
motto is 'been
there, done that',"
says Keith Sanders, from
Sanders Law, P.A.
He says that for two
reasons. First, he says
his more than 18 years
of experience as an at-
torney specializing in
handling "literally thou-
sands" of bankrupt-
cies 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 Chapter
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 situa-
tion 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
when I tell them how
embarrassing it was for
me to have to stand in
front of judges and col-
leagues who knew me
and go through the pro-
cess myself, that usu-
ally helps to put people


more at ease and under-
stand that I have been
there and done that MY-
SELF."
"You know, in 99 per-
cent of bankruptcy cases
the situation is that bad
things happen to good
people. They have gone
through an expensive
health crisis or a divorce
or just got in over their
head with debt."
He began his career as
a staff attorney for the
U.S. Trustee in Atlanta.
He is licensed to practice
law in both Florida and
Georgia.
"I like what I do be-
cause I feel like I can
help people get a fresh
start," said Sanders.
"Since the initial con-
sultation is free, you re-
ally 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
solution for you.
Sanders has held a
number of seminars and


Yv1J.UI.A yrvrcuorvs.. pa-
pers concerning bank-
ruptcy law in general,
ECF requirements and
new issues. He is a
former director of the
Bankruptcy Section of
the State Bar of Geor-
gia.
The firm also handles
Short Sale negotiations,
defense against foreclo-
sures, wills & trusts,
civil litigation and loan
modification
Outside of the court-
room, Sanders lives in
an unusual home in
Gulfport that was one
of the featured proper-
ties in a recent Pink Fla-
mingo Tour of Homes. It
has a tree growing right
up through the floor and
up through the ceiling of
his kitchen. He has five
dogs and a cat.


Keith Sanders, Esq.
Sanders Law, P.A.
6702 Gulf Boulevard, St. Pete Beach, FL 33706
727-209-0744
keithsanderslaw@gmail.com


with everything needed to take kitty
to their new forever home. All cats
have been neutered or spayed and
have been vaccinated.
There are many good reasons to
consider adopting an older cat,
including:
1. Older cats are already trained to
use a litter box.
2. Cats are already past the
rambunctious stage and are more
peaceful and calm than young
kittens.
3. Older cats are very grateful
for a home and usually make the
transition easily.
4. Finally, if you are older, having
an older cat makes just makes an
excellent choice.
Friends of Strays has several
beautiful, older cats that have been
at the shelter for some time. If you
can open your home to one of them
please come meet them! The shelter
is located at 2911 47 Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg. For more information
call 727-522-6566 or go the website
www.FriendsOfStrays.com.

Care Givers
Support Groups
Do you find yourself "caring" for
the health concerns of another?
If so, consider coming to one of
Pasadena Community Church's Care
Giver Support Groups in the Life
Enrichment Center at 227 70 Street
S. One group meets on Tuesday
evenings from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and
the other meets on Wednesdays from
9:30-10:30 a.m.
Both groups are open to the public
and provide a confidential setting
for those attending to share with
others who are in like situations
their experiences, joys and concerns
of "care giving". The person may be a
relative or just a good friend. It is not
necessary that the individual reside
in the same house with you or even
the same state.
Call Pam Lanning at 347-2809 or
Barbara Posey at 381-2499, ext. 214.










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Volunteers Needed
for Soup Kitchen
The Salvation Army of St.
Petersburg is seeking volunteers
to staff its community soup kitchen
on Saturdays and Sundays from 12
noon to 6 p.m. Volunteers will assist
staff in serving meals to the clients
who come to the soup kitchen each
day for the noon and evening meals.
They will be involved in serving, and
clearing tables as clients arrive and
depart during the meal hours.
To volunteer please contact Gail
Stark, Community Relations
Coordinator at (727) 550-8080, ext.
332 or by email at GailStark@uss.
salvationarmy.org.

Keep Pinellas Beautiful
Needs Volunteers
Although there is no imminent
threat of oil from the Deepwater
Horizon spill making landfall in
Pinellas County, volunteers are
needed to register for a pre-oil beach
cleanup, if necessary. There is no
date or time for the event; it will be
scheduled only if a notification is
received from the U.S. Coast Guard
that oil residue threatens the Pinellas
County shoreline. To register for the
Special Beach Cleanup, visit www.
pinvol.org. Those who register will
be notified by e-mail if oil landfall is
expected within 48 hours. Removing
litter ahead of time would speed oil
cleanup by reducing the amount of
potentially contaminated material,
remediation time, cost, and human
exposure to harmful materials. Only
trained contractors, not volunteers,
would be utilized to clean up oil
impacted shorelines or any activities
involving direct contact with oil.
Keep Pinellas Beautiful (local anti-
litter organization) is coordinating
the countywide event in cooperation
with the U.S. Coast Guard and local
beach managers. According to Bill
Sanders, executive director of Keep
Pinellas Beautiful, "Our goal is to
clean up every inch of the Pinellas
County coastline, including the
outer islands." Each area will have
a designated site captain to organize
the volunteers and ensure that no
harm comes to nesting birds or
turtles. Anyone interested in fighting
litter and safeguarding local beaches
is encouraged to register, including
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individuals, families, or community
groups. At least 2,000 volunteers
are needed. For more information,
call Keep Pinellas Beautiful at
727-533-0402.
For additional volunteer
opportunities (such as coastline
watcher or bird counter), visit www.
pinellascounty.org/oilspill2010.
htm, and select Volunteer
Opportunities. For information on
the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, call
the Florida Oil Spill Information
Line at 888-337-3569 or visit www.
deepwaterhorizonresponse.com.

Visit St. Vincent's
Thrift Shop
St. Vincent's Thrift Shop has
recently completed an expansion and
renovation. The shop has a whole
new look and some small furniture


donations are now for sale. They
continue their half-price clothing
sales every Thursday with a nice
selection of prom dresses, children's
clothing and ladies plus size clothing.
Beautiful gift items and jewelry are
available. The book nook has been
expanded with more fiction and
nonfiction. Donations are gratefully
accepted. The store is located at
5126 Gulfport Boulevard. It is open
Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m.
to 4p.m.

Pasadena Card Club
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duplicate bridge Monday through
Friday at 10 Park Street N.
starting at 12:30 p.m. and contract
bridge and pinochle Tuesday and
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preparing to close for the season.
But one local market is and always
has been available to the community
year-round: the Gulfport Tuesday
Fresh Market. Local residents and
local, independent vendors are the
mainstay of the Gulfport Fresh
Market. More than just a tourist
attraction, the Market provides a


valuable service to the community.
The Gulfport Fresh Market takes
place each Tuesday on Beach Blvd.
below 29th Ave. South. Summer
hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Week in and week out, the Market
offers fresh fruits and vegetables
(including locally grown seasonal
produce from farms in our area), as
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the Market, consult our astrologer
or try on a henna tattoo. Watch
a pottery wheel demonstration.
Visit with rescued parrots from the
Pinellas Suncoast Parrot Sanctuary
on the first Tuesday of each month.
Nearly 25 vendors offer these items
and experiences to customers who
appreciate the opportunity to support
local merchants, artists, crafters and
non-profit groups. New vendors join
the Market nearly every week.
Gulfport's Industrial Arts Center
(IAC) is now open on Tuesdays from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the Fresh
Market. Located in Gulfport's Art
Village Courtyard, the IAC offers
members of the public young and old
a chance to "blow your own" glass
masterpiece. Choose from vases,
drinking glasses, spirit balls, candy
dishes, ornaments and more. On
Tuesdays, discounts of $5 off are
available to seniors and veterans.
Expect other events and activities
during the summer season. Music,
clothing swaps, art shows and more
will be scheduled to make the Market
a new and lively experience each
week.
Free transportation to the Market for
seniors can be arranged on the first
Tuesday of each month. The Gulfport
Senior Center's GEMS transportation
service will take seniors to and from
the Market free of charge from
9 a.m. to noon. Personal assistance
will be provided if necessary. To
arrange for your ride, call 893-2242.
The Gulfport Merchants Association
accepts donations of non-perishable
food, toiletries, cleaning supplies and
other personal needs at each Tuesday
Fresh Market. Bring donations to the
Merchants Association tent. Items
are distributed to the Senior Center
pantry to assist local families in
need.
The Gulfport Fresh Market is
sponsored by the Gulfport Merchants
Association. For more details or for
vendor information, contact Daniel
Hodge at 727-366-4086 or email
dan@igc.org or visit the Gulfport
Merchants Association website at
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We Want You to Be a Part of the
City of Gulfport's
Centennial 4th of July Parade!
Get your organization or business in on the fun!
Float check-in area is in front of the Catherine Hickman parking loton the cor-
ner of 26th Avenue S. and Beach Boulevard S. The parade will start at 6 p.m.
Floats will meet in the check-in area no later than 4:30 p.m. Staff will direct
you from there.
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Foster Hope...
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Imagine being taken away from your
home, not knowing where you will go,
leaving behind your favorite things.
Now, imagine this through the eyes of
a child. There are more than 3,500
dependent children in Pinellas and
Pasco counties due to child abuse,
neglect or abandonment. Many of
them need loving foster parents. For
more information on becoming a foster
parent, please call Eckerd Community
Alternatives Recruitment Line toll-
free at 1-866-233-0790.

Maximo Center has
Community Information
The Maximo Community Police Re-
source Center, 4815 34 Street S. has
information for you. For the 2010
hurricane season persons will spe-
cial needs (medical, transportation,
mobility and other needs) must reg-
ister with the Pinellas County Office
of Emergency Management is they
might need special assistance at the
time of a hurricane threat. Registra-
tions forms for special needs are avail-
able at the Center. These forms and
information are provided at no charge
during the Center's regular business
hours. They also have the forms for
people with pets to register for evacu-
ation and shelter needs.
Pick up some information from AARP
on how the new health law might ben-
efit you.
The Center, staffed entirely by vol-
unteers, provides free bicycle regis-
tration, free "Club" for select auto-
mobiles, free cell phones for "911"
use only, a collection point for old
eyeglasses which are used by health
service agencies, lists and free ship-
ment of items needed by our Armed
Forces overseas and much more. Call
866-7177.

Rotary Club of
St. Petersburg
The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg
Suncoast meets every Thursday at
noon at Gigi's Italian Restaurant,
6852 Gulfport Boulevard (Pasadena
Shopping Center). Guests are
welcome to attend. Come discover
the new face of Rotary. Call Karen
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Special Ops Warrior Foundation Raises Needed Funds for Education


Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club members (left to right) Tony "Hawkeye" Camp, Club Secretary Erika "Biggun" Winn, BBQ King Derrick
Jerome, Nellie "Kuntry" DeArmand and Brandon branch Club President Jim Hillbilly" Linesberry drove down from Tampa/Brandon area to
attend the BBQ fundraiser for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.


By Leigh Clifton
Last Saturday afternoon, a
large group of veterans, their
families, friends, musicians
and regular citizens gathered
in a large back yard in
Gulfport to raise money
for the Special Operations
Warrior Foundation. This
fund provides money for the
education of the children
of any Special Ops soldier
killed in action or in training.
Local Gulfport volunteer for
the Foundation Shelly Vail
helped organize the BBQ,
catered by Derrick Jerome.
Several featured bands
comprised mostly of veterans
played music on a set-up
stage all afternoon. The
donation of $10 at the door,
as well as a silent auction
and private donations
raised more than $1100.00
for the Foundation. Other
donations were provided by
the Tampa Bay Lightning,
local Gulfport businesses
and Rolling Thunder, the
motorcycle club. Their
Tampa-area branch was
well-represented; Brandon
branch president Jim
"Hillbilly" Linesberry and
Historian Tony "Hawkeye"


Camp, both veterans rode
Erika" Biggun" Winn and
Nellie "Kuntry" DeArmand
rode down on their Harley's.
Winn is the Secretary of the
club. Her husband is active
military; DeArmand is a club
member and fellow veteran.
For Rolling Thunder, the
Foundation charity is the
biggest beneficiaries of their
many fundraisers.
Among all the branches
of the military, there is a
uniquely exclusive group of
fighting individuals know
as Special Operations, or
Special Ops. This subgroup,
whether the Army's Rangers
or Green Berets, the Marine's
Force Recon or the Navy's
Navy Seals, are the elite of
the elite. They are specifically
trained well beyond the
normal basics of warfare.
They are often involved
in special reconnaissance,
covert operations,
unconventional warfare,
foreign internal defense, and
counter -terrorism. They
are among the first ones to
engage in a conflict and the
first to die as a result of that
conflict. It is estimated that
over 60% of the soldiers who


have died in Afghanistan
have been Special Ops; a
lesser percentage have died
in Iraq.
During Desert Storm, in
1980, Special Ops attempted
a rescue of American
hostages that resulted in
eight Special Ops members'
deaths, leaving behind 17
children. Survivors got
together and passed a hat,
giving the money to the
children of the fallen for
their education. Thus, the
Special Operations Warrior
Foundation was formed.
According to Mike
Hennessy, Communications
and Events Manager, the
Foundation has helped
over 100 children receive a
college education; a few have
gone on to get law, medicine
or Masters Degrees.
One hundred percent of the
children's tuition, books, and
materials are all paid for by
the Foundation; a 501 C that
has had a 4-Star rating from
Charity Navigator for the
past four years.
"We're very proud of that
distinction," Hennessy
said. "It shows that we're
committed to our cause of


helping these children of
fallen soldiers."
Hennessy said it never fails
to touch him when a child or
a spouse of a fallen soldier
comes up to him and thanks
him for all of his help.
"You see, we not only provide
for the kid's education; we
also provide $2000 to a
family for travel expenses if
their soldier is wounded and
needs care in a facility away
from home."
Hennessy estimates that as
many as 800 more children
are waiting in the wings;
they will be directly affected
by the wars. They will get
the much-needed funds for
their education from the
Foundation when the time
comes.
"It's not easy losing a loved
one to combat," Hennessy
said. "But at least we know
with our charity that we
can directly help those most
affected. Besides money for
college, we offer counseling
and financial assistance. We
take care of our own."

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Conserving Water at City Council


The Community Garden
is Ready for Planting!
GULFPORT-A brand new community
garden is ready to be planted! The
garden is available to residents of
both Gulfport and St. Petersburg;
providing the opportunity to grow
vegetables, annuals and other non-
permanent plants in a plot of their o
wn.
The garden is a grassroots endeavor
being coordinated by a group of local
gardening enthusiasts. It is supported
by the City of Gulfport and the South
49th Street Business Association. It
is intended to provide a sustainable,
educational, and aesthetically
appealing garden in the Gulfport
community.
The garden is located on Preston
Avenue between 51st and 52nd
Street South. Plots are available for
$50 for a season, with two seasons a
year (March-August and September-
February). In honor of Earth Day
and our first growing season, plots
are currently available for $25 for the
remainder of this season (limited time
offer). Organizers hop e that eventually
the garden will offer educational
courses for both youth and adults on
topics ranging from organic gardening
to xeriscaping. The focus will be on
sustainable and organic gardening.
The grassroots community group
is currently seeking gardeners with
interest in having their own plot as
well as volunteers to help with the
garden. Plots are currently available
for planting at a discounted rate of
$25 (Sunny plots, approximately 60
square feet, water provided). There
are also several plots available on a
scholarship basis. More information
is available by visiting www.so49.org,
or to sign up and reserve your own plot
please visit BanyanScapes Nursery,
932 49t Street S. in Gulfport.

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

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By Cathy Salustri
At last week's city council meeting in Gulfport, Barbie Pierson, Tony Wood and Leigh
Clifton distribute water conservation kits. The threesome is part of Skills USA, a national
service organization whose members include high school, vocational and post secondary
students.
The group won a $5000 grant from the Southwest Florida Water Management District
(Swiftmud) and used it to purchase low-flow water conservation kits. The group has already
distributed over 500 of the 675 kits to St. Petersburg and Gulfport residents.







Everyday Heroes: Margo Scannell Wins Spirit of Gulfport Award


Margo Scannell has been a volunteer in Gulfport fc
a key role with the Gulfport Chamber.

By Leigh Clifton
A pint sized lady, originally
hailing from Boston, Mass,(
you "caaaant" miss the
accent when she speaks), Margo
Scannell is a bundle of kinetic energy
rolled into a lady who seems to be
involved in every function the City
of Gulfport's Chamber of Commerce
has sponsored. For the past twelve
years, Margo has volunteered her
time and energy to promote Gulfport
and the many events sponsored here.
Whether it's manning the Chamber
desk at Gecko Fest or Concert in
the Park, helping raise funds for the
police department's Operation Santa,
gathering donations for the Senior
Center Food Bank, collecting school
supplies for Gulfport Elementary
or joining the Gulfport Women's
and Garden Clubs, Margo seems
to be everywhere, going a hundred
miles an hour... and she couldn't be
happier.
"I moved here from Boston with my
husband and we didn't know many
people. But we loved the city and


all it had to offer.
After he passed
away, I was
newly widowed
and decided the
best way to meet
new people and
friends was to get
involved with the
community. So I
answered an adin
the Gabber from
the Chamber of
Commerce; they
were looking for
volunteers to help
answer phones,
help out at the
Welcome Desk,
and greet guests,
that sort of thing.
I thought it would
be a perfect way
to meet people.
I joined the
Women's Club and
then the Garden
Club. It just sort
of steamrolled
from there! I
r 12 years and plays loved being
involved with this
community; it's
one of the best!"
In May of this year, Margo Scannell
was awarded the coveted Spirit
of Gulfport Award, by the City of
Gulfport, for her endless volunteer
service to the city and its residents.
She received a key to the City, a
beautiful bouquet of flowers and a
certificate of recognition.
"I was very proud to get the award,"
she said. "I'm just doing what I love
to do."
Margo has made a deep connection
with this community and its
businesses; everyone knows her
around town. She smiles at this..
"Gulfport is like one big outdoor
Cheers!"
Margo has wonderful things to
say about Gulfport Mayor Mike
Yakes, who presented her award at
Council.
Gulfport is so lucky to have a
mayor like Mike Yakes. No one is
more heartfelt in their promotion
of this city more than him; I can't
imagine him not being the mayor
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community, the genuine sincerity,
everybody seems "real" here. There's
no phoniness- everyone helps one
another. That's what makes Gulfport
so great."
One of the most successful
promotions that Margo has been
involved with is the Welcome pack
for Boaters. When Gulfport began
to sponsor the International and
National sailing Regattas on our
beach, Margo and the Chamber
volunteers put together Welcome
Pack, with charts and info about the
local businesses boaters might want
to utilize.
"We include the Laundromat,
Internet Caf6, the market, marina
and restaurant information, bike
rental, shopping and maps for the
area. We want to put on a good
face for these boaters; these events
bring a lot of revenue to the city. We
collaborate with the local Gulfport
and Boca Ciega Yacht Clubs so we
know when boaters will be in town
and then give the Welcome Packs to
Dennis Frain at the Marina to pass
out. He does a really good job."
Margo was nominated for the Spirit
of Gulfport Award by Vice-Mayor
Michele King, who thinks Margo is a
phenomenal force of nature.
"Margo is like Gulfport's
Ambassador; there's not one thing
that I can think of that she's not
involved in or hasn't helped out on.
She's terrific, such a sweetheart and
she works very hard for this City. I'm
only sorry that I didn't nominate her
sooner!"
Margo received her award on May
4th... it's currently in Boston, on
display at her sister's house.
"She's pretty proud of me," she
smiles.
So are we Miss Margo... so are we.
Contact Leigh Clifton at
LeighClifton@thegabber.com

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A 24th Taste of Pinellas
By Leigh Clifton
There was a myriad of delectable smells in the air as the 24th Annual
Taste of Pinellas, to benefit All Children's Hospital, was held last weekend
at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg. There were more than 100 restaurants
and vendors represented, who all brought their uniquely styled food flavors
to a hungry crowd. Although it was extremely hot and bottled water sales
were through the roof, the crowds were entertained by some pretty stellar
entertainers. Huey Lewis and The News, Martina McBride, Drew Seely,
and America were some of the acts that graced the stage on the beautiful
waterfront downtown. Sunday was Family Fun Day, with special music
acts for the kids, including the School Gyrls, from Nickelodeon and Mitchell
Musso from Hannah Montana In all, the event raised over $300,000 for
All Children's Hospital.




Above: Teen heartthrob Mitchell Musso, from
Hannah Montana croons to the crowd mostly
made up of screaming girls and their parents at the
Taste of Pinellas last Sunday afternoon. the three-
day event is held annually and all proceeds benefit
All Children's Hospital.
Left: Girls and parents lined up in the front row,
screaming for Mitchell Musso, one of the stars of
the hit Disney show, Hannah Montana. Even some
of the Moms were screaming for him as he strut
around the stage


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By Cathy Salustri
It's been six months since Claire Lynn
began her quest to help others 50
and older gel control of their weight,
motivate them, and re-introduce them to
exercise.
"I'm enjoying thisjourney and have
wonderful accomplishments from my
customers," Claire says "Together we
have set specific goals based on what
they wish to accomplish with a personal
trainer. All have been motivated and
have a clear understanding that whatever
goal they set for themselves is great,
but realize that in the process of getting
healthier through nutrition and exercise
it must be a lifestyle change."
One client says that after a day
of work, she isn't overly excited to
exercise but makes it happen in spite Claire Lynn says working as a person
of her reluctance, as she knows Claire ever done aside from her volunteer
"I was given two gifts frm my daughter: a four-day cruise and a set of
sessions with Claire. My goal was to be able to get into a lifeboat without
the entire crew having to assist me. My daughter said her goal was to have
me live longer. I made a commitment to gradually increase exercises and
make food adjustments and have been pacing myselfat I -1 V2 pounds per
week. Yes, I was sore at first after years of inactivity. Working at my pace
in my home has made all of this a pleasant and comfortable situation and
I'm looking forward to good health and reaching my goals. -Ann, age 62

will ask questions about her
week. She doesn't feel deprived "Claire is my second personal trainer
and even enjoys some of the than me. However having Claire older
exercises. Squats are good, she and motivates me. I've worked with Cl
says. Other customers can tell working harder than ever and my meta
their metabolism has started to and endurance also improved signiica
work and actually look forward to your home Is an added benefit and iL
to doing their exercises, from as Claire comes knocking at my door.
cardio to aerobics to walking to well-informed and very dedicated to m
free weights, the medicine ball and husband recently signed on with Claim
more. -C
A personal trainer coming to -Cnnie, age 62
their home has been a pleasant
experience for all and she's signed up everyone for a
second round of fitness and health. Ce
"I receive referrals from my customers, which is a
positive indication," she says. su
Despite a recent setback, Claire keeps going.
"I recently was diagnosed with cancer- for the fifth .. ... ...
time. Because I'd gotten myself in shape including
losing 80 pounds and eat right and exercise, I Free consultatic
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and kept working with my customers throughout five sessions/week *
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goal of losing 25 additional pounds as
she prepares to run a marathon on her
70th birthday this year.
"You too," she promises, "can reach
out and accomplish your dream!"
Start now to get through the summer
and be on your way to feeling
empowered, looking healthier and
ready for the holidays. Contact her for
your free consultation and you are on
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Experience. Reasonable Rates. Well & Pumps.
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1985 NISSAN KINGCAB-w/topper. Good
Work Truck. $650. 727-323-1039.
1987 CHEVY SUBURBAN-1500. 4x4. Trans-
fer Case Slips. Estate Sale. $1000. obo 727-
320-3677.
1990 FORD ECONOLINE -Van, New engine,
battery, brakes, hoses, radiator (paperwork to
show all work done), cold air, good tires, lad-
der racks, cab cage separator, (2) gas tanks,
$2,000. Call Arnie 727-458-4001 or 727-544-
0918.
2000 CADILLAC DEVILLE-Immaculate
Condition, Northstar engine, garaged, Grey,
$5500. 727-360-7565.
2000 SILVER DODGE CARAVAN-Rides Well,
Fair Condition. $1000. obo. to view call Judith
727-328-7490.
BUICK 1999-Park Ave. Ultra, Every GM op-
tion, good gas mileage, blue w/grey int. Must
see. $4,900.866-6173.
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For Junk or Used Cars Trucks Vans. Honest
Same day service. Title or Not, Free Towing.
727-564-0831 or 727-542-8705.

UP TO $500
Paid For Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. 727-458-
3721, 727-458-7710.


NEW LIFT CHAIR- (Pride Mobility brand) De-
luxe model with vibrator and heater. Cost $991
asking $495. 727-345-7723
6 PIECE BEDROOM SET-Queen headboard,
(can also be king) bedframe, 2 nitestands, 6
t. dresser w/mirror, and armoire. Italian made
Furniture. 727-458-4001 or 727-544-0918.
ALL IN ONE BUNK-bed w/trundle bed, dress-
er, desk and drawers, closet space. $450 o.b.o.
727-345-8350.
MOVING SALE- Almost Everything Must Go!
Furniture, Bedding, Etc. 727-343-1630.
FURNITURE VERY, VERY CHEAP!-Moving
Must Sale. 727-321-8030.
KITCHEN SETS -Table and 4 chairs, two sets
available. One brown, one cream, upscale
$100 each. 727-580-0799.



AVON REPS NEEDED
Sign-up with top seller Or purchase products.
Call Mirzana 727-453-2637


WHEELCHAIR LIFT- Electric. (Auto-lift 1). For
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OTHER WORLDS
Has Moved to Oldsmar Flea Market, Booth
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Sitars & More. Great Selection of Gemstone
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TORO SELF PROPELLED- Rear Bagger $70.
Push Mower $35. call 727-345-5378
THE BOOK LADY SAYS- Wear a Classy Em-
broidered Gulfport Tee Shirt, $17.95. Small
Adventures Book Shop, 3107 Beach Blvd 727-
347-8732. Closed Sunday & Monday.
GO KARTS, LAWN MOWERS-All Kinds. Call
Frank 727-418-8297.
GENERATOR COLEMAN-6250. Never Used
still in Box. Large Enough to Maintain All
Household Requirements $550. obo 727-521-
3869.
GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For
Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.
SNAPPER SELF PROPELLED-Commercial
5.5hp, All Gears. Sacrifice $165. Air Condition-
er Frigidaire Gallery Series, Digital, 110, 9500
BTU $100. Runs Great. 727-564-7600.


FIBERGLASS 16.5' SEA KAYAK-with Paddle.
$350. 727-345-2573.
WET SLIPS-From 25' to 55' Sail of Power.
$7/F. Easy Access to Gulf. 4 Slips Left. 727-
641-6465.


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tear sheet. $5.00 notary fee. 321-6965.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: Insurance Auto
Auction, Inc., gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lein and intent to sell these vehicles on 7/5/10,
10:00a.m. at 5152 126th Ave. N., Clearwater,
FL 33760, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes. Insurance Auto Auction,
Inc., reserves the right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids. 1FAFP53S1WG277259 1998
Ford; JTDJT923X85204424 2008 Toyota. (GN
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Located on the corner of 9th Ave. S. & 50th St. S.
OPEN 9am-3pm Thurs., Fri., Sat.


Want to sell wilh us? Car not big enough? Wehave pick-up& drp-ofervice.
VENDORS SPACES ARE AVAILABLE TO RENT ON A DAILY, WEEKLY OR
MONTHLY BASIS. COME & JOIN THE FUN. MEET NEW PEOPLE
Call 727-258-1429

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Household Items, Clothes, Sports Equipment,
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Sat. 8a.m.-lp.m.
3 BLOCK YARD SALE-Sat. & Sun. 9-3p.m.
14th Ave. N. between 49th and 52nd Streets.
UPHOLSTERY, FABRIC, SILK-Trim, Art Work.
Decorative Pillows. Friday & Saturday 8am.
7100 2nd Ave. S. St. Pete 727-501-2350.
THURSDAY & FRIDAY 9-3- 540 65th St. S.
Tools, More!
5705 13TH AVE. S. FRIDAY & SATURDAY-
8-3p.m. Furniture, Clothing, Household &
More!
2 FAMILY SALE-4921 24th Ave S. (in alley)
Sat. & Sun. 8am.-2pm. Something for Every-
one!
TRADEWINDS CHURCH SALE INSIDE- Sat-
urday, June 19th, 9-Noon. 6740 Park St. S.,
S. Pasadena. Toddler, Kids, Toys, Clothes,
Household, Electronics, Etc. Hot Dog Lunch.
ESTATE SALE-and Thrift Shop Clearance. Fri.
4pm.-8pm. Sat. 8am.-lpm. 2601 54th Ave. S.
(at Caesar Way) 727-867-7961.
MOVING SALE-4920 38th Way S. #209. Sat.
& Sun. 8am-3pm. Furniture, Stereo, Odds &
ends.
HUGE SALE ESTATE ITEMS- Dolls, McCoy
Set, Romance Novels, Plants, Clothes, Lots
of New Home Decor. 6838 Date Palm Ave. S.
Saturday 8-3p.m. Sunday 12-2p.m.
LOTS OF FURNITURE-Sofa's beds, 5846 9th
Ave. N. Thurs., Fri. and Sat. 9-5p.m.

5501 27TH AVE. S.-(Senior Center) Friday
June 11th, 9am-12:00.


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1BR FURNISHED-Renovated Cottages or
Mobile Homes. St. Pete Location. Reasonably
Priced. Good Tenants Only. Very Few Left.
Monthly 727-410-6599.
GULFPORT APT.- 5 Blocks from Beach,
2BR/1BA, Newly Remodeled, Available Im-
mediately. $700/Mo., $500 Security. 727-347-
1017.
TOWN SHORES BARCLEY-2nd Floor, 1/1
Furnished/Unfurnished. Clean, 55+. Cable,
Water, Gas. Pools/Clubhouse, Covered Park-
ing. $750/Mo. Annual. No Pets. 727-871-
9952/727-856-5847.

6100 GULFPORT BLVD. UNIT 115A- Avail-
able 6/1, 2BR/1BA, Gated Condo w/Pool.
$1075/Mo. Updated. Across from Stetson. Da-
vid, C.R.R. 727-244-0989.

NORTH ST. PETE HOUSE- $895/mo. 646
47th Ave. N. 3Br/1Ba. Central. H/A, Carport,
Shed, New paint & Carpet. W/D hookup, Dish-
washer. Large fenced yard, 6ft. high fenced
board on board. No Pets. Call 727-527-3542
2007 52ND ST. S.-(across from G.P Elemen-
tary). 3BR/1BA, CH/A, New Carpet, New
Deck, Fenced Yard. $850/Mo. plus 1st/last/se-
curity 727-327-4586.

GREAT LANDLORD-Looking for Respon-
sible Tenant for Roomy 2 or 3 Bedroom. CHA,
Garage, Carport. 5710 15th Ave. S. 727-343-
9595.

FOR RENT OR SALE-House, 2 Blocks to
Stetson, 2BR/1BA/1CG, Private Large Yard,
Florida Room, Hardwood Floors, CHA, $900/
Mo. Owner/Agent, 727-347-4555.
SO. PASADENA 3BR/2BA-Plus Bonus Room.
3 Lots from water, Fenced Yard, Washer/Dry-
er, lst/1/2Last/Security. Credit Check
Required. Year Lease. $1100/Mo. Available
Now 727-546-1267 After 4p.m.
S. PASADENA WATERFRONT-2BR/2BA 14th
floor Condo. W/Direct View of Boca Ciega &
Gulf. Amazing Sunsets, Secure Bldg. Carport,
Renovated throughout. W/Maple Cabinetry,
Granite Countertops and New Carpets. Ame-
nities include Heated Pool w/hot Tub, Exercise
room, Game room, Sauna and Steam room.
$1000/Mo. 727-244-4092.
STUDIO APT. FURNISHED-SPB, Near bus &
two min. walk to beach. $525/mo. Small Pet!
727-678-4694.
BEACH APTS.-1 BR/1BA, $850/Mo.,
1BR/1BA, $925/Mo., 2BR/1BA, $1600/Mo.
Plus Deposit. Remodeled 2007. Furnished/
Unfurnished. Pet Maybe. Non-Smoker. 5619
Shore Blvd. 727-776-8128.
PINELLAS PARK 1BR/1.5BA-55+ Single
Story Condo. Clubhouse, Pool, Garage, Large
Rooms, Extra Room off Kitchen, No Pets,
$700/Mo. 727-871-9952 or 727-856-5847.


1BR/1BA APT.-Ideal for 55+ Female. A/C,
Partially Furnished. Beach Access, W/S/G
Included. $700/Mo. plus 1st/last/security 727-
367-3889 Call between 6-9pm. Amy

MINUTES TO ST. PETE
& SUNSET BEACHES
1BR Duplex 340 80th Ave. (off Blindpass)
Cute, Clean, W/D hook-up, LargeYard, $650/
Mo. Credit/Background Check. Call Sandy
727-418-2242.
3-4BR/1.5/BA- Section 8 Welcome, Nice
Clean, C/H/A, St. Pete, Near School. 335 Mad-
ison St. S. Lease with Option. 727-343-7343 or
727-455-8998.
2607 1/2 44TH ST. S.- 2BR, Close to Marina,
New Tile Floor in Kitchen. Ideal for Older Per-
son. $500/Mo. First, Last Month Required.
327-4586.
TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 327-5368.
MOVE-IN SPECIAL- No Security Deposit:
Duplex 2206 53rd St. S.1BR + Bonus Room,
$625/Mo., Includes W/S/G, Pets OK. Call 727-
452-5942.
NORTH ST. PETE-Updated 1BR, On-Site
Laundry, Off-Street Parking. $585/Mo. 108 SW
Lincoln Circle N. 727-688-9799.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-Large 4BR/3BA
Beautifully Landscaped Garden. Granite Fire-
place, Lanai, Eat in Kitchen, Washer/Dryer,
enced in Yard, Close To Marina, Pets OK,
$1300/Mo. 727-510-8538.
UNFURNISHED 64TH ST. S. Gulfport, Im-
maculate, Large 1BR/1BA, $650/mo. Water,
Sewer & Garbage Paid. Laundry Room, Qui-
et, Near Pasadena Shopping & Bus. Walk to
Stetson. 798-8837.
HOUSE FOR RENT-900sqft. w/upstairs loft.
Partially Furnished, Fireplace, CHA, $650/
Mo. Non Smoker, Gulfport, Danny or Linda.
727-327-3478.
CLEAN 2BR/1BA-Tile Floors, Brick Exteriors.
Eat-in-Kitchen, Tile Bath, Centrally Located,
Plenty of Storage. N. Side. WALTON REALTY
727-458-3613.
GULFPORT AVAILABLE NOW- 2BR/1BA
Duplex in Garden Setting. Very Clean, Ceiling
Fans, CHA, Water & Garbage Included. No
Section 8. $800/Mo. plus Security. 727-424-
6085.
LES CHATEAUX CONDO-S. Pasadena.
1BR/1BA. Recently Refurbished with New
Kitchen. Heated Pool, Clubhouse. Close to
Stetson, Beach & Restaurant. $700/Mo. In-
cludes Water/Cable. Great Complex! 813-786-
7716.
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issue. Call 321-6965.


12th AVE SO. 2br/lba, New paint inside & out, Near public pool. $595
15th AVE SO. 3br/2ba Newer block construction SEC 8 $965
27th AVE SO. 3br/2ba tile floors, CHA,WD hookups, Corner lot $865
3rd AVE SO. Near the Trop 2br/lba, new bathroom, CHA $625
SHORE BLVD. lbr condo water view & pool. No pets, Nice Price $595

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ST. PETE BEACH-(69th Ave./Sunset Blvd.
Area). 2BR $795/Mo, 1BR $695/Mo. Ceramic
Floors. Great Location. Close to Beach with
Cool Breeze Shops, Bus, Free Parking 727-
345-1367.
EXECUTIVE WATERFRONT 4BR HOME-
Pool, Gated Community, Pasadena Yacht
&CC. $3,200/Mo. 727-381-3377.
ST. PETERSBURG-1BR, Broadwater, Beauti-
fully Spacious Newly Renovated Condo, Large
Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Area, Bath Tile
Floor, C/H/A, Pool, Private Parking, Lawn
Care & Much More. Must See! $750/Mo. 727-
343-7332.
GULFPORT RENTAL- 2/1 Lower level. Key
West style duplex. 2808 56th St. S. Beautifully
restored. Backs to Beach Blvd. Open House
SAt. June 12. 11-3. $925/mo. Elizabethb@
tampabay.rr.com. OR 813-767-2884
CHATEAU TOWER-PASADENA, pool, fit-
ness center, waterfront, close to shopping and
the beach, more! 1br/1.5ba, covered parking,
w/d. $800/mo; also, 1br/1.5ba, beautiful water
view, $750/mo. No pets. Marcoux realty 727-
347-1535.
ST. PETE BEACH-Large 2BR/1BA. Laundry &
Florida Rm. Close to Water, Shopping & En-
tertainment. Includes Trash/Cable/Lawn Care.
$875/Mo. 1yr. Lease. 727-543-5937.

ST. PETE BEACH- Waterview efficiency. For
working single person. Modern kitchen. Bath-
room w/tub & shower. Balcony, w/d, Pool on-
premisesis. No smoking / No pets. $550 un-
furnished. $600 Furnished. 1 mo. sec. Annual
lease. Includes hot water, cable & parking. Call
owner 813-340-9816

CONDO 55+-1BR/1BA with Den, Ground
Floor, Lake View. Parking at front Door. Pool,
840sqft. Tyrone Mall area. $600/Mo. 727-710-
1253.
SEMINOLE CONDO-2BR/2BA, Waher/Dryer,
Covered Parking for One. Very Clean, Pets
Ok, Security plus 1 st and $35. Application Fee.
$800/mo. 727-504-2353.

PYCC-WHAT A WATER VIEW!- Kipps Colony,
1BR/1.5BA, Stunning Condo, W/D, Covered
Parking, Pool, Private Marina. Annual Lease.
THE SUN TEAM, 727-345-0099.

BAY ISLAND WATERFRONT- 1BR/1.5BA,
55+ Unfurnished Condo. Remodeled. 1 Year
Minimum. Elevator, Pools, Gated, Open Bal-
cony on Bay. Washer/Dryer. 315-732-8716.

GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-Studio Apt. 3028
54th St. So. Quiet Building, Owner on Prem-
esis. W/S/G Included. References Required.
$500/Mo. & Security Deposit. Call 644-0601
for Appt. July 1st.

2/1 & 1/1 AT LAYLOW BUNGALOWS- $695/
Mo. plus $350/Sec. 5019 29th Ave. S. and
Large 1/1, $595/Mo. plus $300/Sec. 2825 50th
St. S. #4. Coin W/D on-sight. Great Location.
Search 742-5140 to See Pics on Craigs List.
2807 BEACH BLVD.-Gulfport, 2BR/1BA 1
Car Garage. Den, CHA, Gleaming Oak firs,
Fenced Yard. $975/Mo. plus 1st/Last/Security.
No Pets/Smoking 727-403-5000.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-St. Pete Studio
Apts. from $450/Mo., 1BR's from $550/Mo.,
2BR's from $625/Mo. Vouchers & Section 8
OK.727-804-5596.


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3 OR 4 BEDROOM-1 Bath. W/D Hook-up.
1760 37th St. S. $1000/Mo. $400/Security.
Available 7/1. 727-463-5759, 727-424-4428.
Section 8 Ok.


GULFPORT BEACH DISTRICT-Large
1BR/1BA, New Kitchen, Nicely Furnished.
Includes Washer/Dryer, Private Patio. Walk to
Beach/Restaurants. Close to Stetson College.
$700/Mo. 813-786-7716.
GULFPORT EFFICIENCY-Nice & Clean,
2808 Clinton St. S. Walk to Art District/Beach.
Free cable. No Smokers or Pets. $650/mo. In-
cludes Utilities. 727-345-3798.
BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED- Clean, Up-
scale, Spacious Home. 2/2, W/D, C/H/A, Close
to Beach & Restaurants. $1400/Mo. 727-418-
7272.
CLEAN COMFORTABLE 1/1, CH/A, W/D,
Beautifully Appointed. See at:
www.Gulfport-Florida-Rentals.com
& 5039 29th Ave. S., Apt. B. Walk to Beach &
Restaurants. 727-418-7272.
WATERFRONT CONDO-$735/mo. Large
Studio. Great Water View. For photos, etc. isla-
jerry@msn.com or call 727-865-9707.

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY-3120 57th St. S.
#B. Across from Beach. Single Mature Person
only. $600/Mo. incudes Water, Sewer, Laundry
Use. 727-415-9733.


ROOMMATE WANTED-Male/Female. Fur-
nished Room, Quiet Neighborhood, Utilities
Included. $400/Mo. $150 Deposit. No Smoking
& Drug Free. 727-344-5206 or 813-927-7885.
ROOM FOR RENT-Private Bath, Walk-In
Closet, Furnished, All Utilities/Cable Inlcuded.
Pool, $125/Wk. Jerry, 727-345-3217. Leave
Number.
FURNISHED BEDROOM-Share Kitchen &
Bath, Cable TV & Utilities $475/Mo. 727-343-
6350.
HOME TO SHARE-Furnished, Cable, Con-
crete Parking, Washer/Dryer, Fenced Proper-
ty, Utilities Included. No Smoking, Security De-
posit, $110/Wk. Neat & Clean. 727-323-1039.


OFFICE SPACE S. PASADENA- At Executive
Bldg. 727-209-0606.











2525 Pasadena Ave. S. M.O.L 1200sqft. Half
Mile from Hospital. Currently set-up as Deli.
727-543-3291.
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OFFICE & RETAIL SPACE- From $398-$791/
Mo. Ample Parking. Madeira Beach. 727-641-
6465.


HOME ON HALF ACRE-for Business.
3BR/3BA with Garage and Shed. Quiet Loca-
tion, $225,000. Call Sound Realty Inc. 727-
521-4900.
TOWN SHORES WINDSOR-Waterfront 2/2,
1450sqft, 6th fir, Gorgeous View, Fresh Paint,
Carpet, Updated Kitchen & Baths, Covered
Parking, Pets and Rentals Welcome. Excellent
Condition & Shows like a Model. $177,000.
Rod 727-804-0710.
KENWOOD BUNGALOW-Short Sale $49,900.
2BR/1BA, Jacuzzi Bath, Fireplace, Remod-
eled Kitchen. Nice Street of Homes. WALTON
REALTY 727-458-3613.
TOWNSHORES FRIENDLY NOTTINGHAM-
606. 2BR/2BA Standard, Magnificant Views,
Many Updates, Freshly Painted, Covered
Parking. No Realtors. $115,000. 727-512-
0011.
CHATEAU TOWER-Lovely 2BR/2BA Corner.
Beautiful Waterfront/Sunset Views. Condo
Amenities: Pool, Fitness Center, More! Great
New Price $161,000. MARCOUX REALTY
727-347-1535.


CLEAN AND READY-3BR/2BA, Block Con-
struction. Beautiful Open Kitchen, Nice Tile
Floors. New A/C, Frenced Yard. Only $119K.
www.CrownGroupRealty.com 727-821-0603.
TOWN SHORES BUCKINGHAM 2BR/2BA,
magnificent view, balcony, updated bath-
rooms, beautiful floors, washer/dryer, covered
parking. No realtors. $219,000. 727-244-2268.


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NEW ON MARKET PASADENA BEAUTY**554 65th Street S. Pasadena Estates***, 3 bed/2bath/2car split plan,
shows pride of ownership** Custom Interior" 2 fireplaces, 2 lots, 2 garages, separate workshop, parking for boats, trailer, etc.
Priced at $315,000
NEW ON MARKET NOTTINGHAM HOUSE #409, 2br/2ba standard unit, immaculate, updated kitchen, flooring, CHA, move in
condition, fabulous water views from family room, newer carport, offered at $145,000
NEW ETON HOUSE #309***, 1 bed 1 bath standard, furnished, updated new vinyl windows, move in ready, carport located nearby front
door, laundry room same floor. Offered at $75,000.00
NEW CHATHAM HOUSE #204, 1 bed 1 bath deluxe, updated mirrored wall open updated kitchen, tile***steps to carport**
Offered at $88,900
AVALON #202 2 bed/2bath deluxe unit, updated tile, carpet, paint, carport, move in condition. Priced Price Reduced! $92,000
AVALON #206 1 bed/1 bath, standard unit, Dog Building, completely updated kitchen, bath, furnished, curb parking. Reduced to $79,000
BARCLAY HOUSE #302 2BR/2BA**Custom Unit* Fabulous Kitchen with eat-in bar** Granite Counters*updated bathrooms"
Open Floor Plan. **Custom Bahama Shutters***Carport** Price reduced $155,000
CHATHAM HOUSE #214***, 1 bed 1 bath, Beautiful open floor plan, easy care tile floors, updated kitchen, new counter top, appliances,
new heat and a/c unit. Bright water views of the Marina from Family Room. Well Priced at $88,000.00** Shows Pride of Ownership.
CHATHAM HOUSE #305, Beautifully updated 1 BR/1BA Deluxe unit, new kitchen, crown molding, carpet, paint, sliding doors. NEW CHA,
carport. Never been lived in since update. Shows pride of Ownership, Priced at $109,000
EMBASSY #409, 1 bed/1.5 bath, deluxe unit, furnished, convenient park by entrance, Reduced to $149,900
ETON HOUSE, Updated 1 BR/1BA standard unit, move in ready, excellent shape", Priced at $75,000
IVANHOE #308 1 bed 1bath deluxe waterfront unit. Clean furnished and move in ready. Convenient walkway parking. Owner motivated.
Price at $99,000
JAMISON #201 Owner motivated, 2 bed 2 bath, corner unit, wood laminent & tile floors. Many windows, loads of light. Convenient
walkway parking. Close to bus line, Gulfport Beach.. Priced @ $125,000
JAMISON #210 2 bed/2bath standard unit, new kitchen, bath, pool views, carport, move in condition. Priced @ $125,000
LANCASTER #608 2BR/2BA standard unit with Marina view, carport. Price reduced $127,000
LANCASTER #415, corner, 2 bed, 2 bath. Reduced $154,000
NOTTINGHAM HOUSE #115, east corner**2br/2ba deluxe, carport**New price $149,000** New Open Updated Kitchen***
Sells As Is***
WINDSOR HOUSE #307 Open Water views, 1 bed, 1.5 bath, windows, newer a/c, new kitchen, paint etc.
carport, Hurricane Shutters. Priced well @ $161,900
HOMES
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 $259,900
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. Reduced to $52,000 SHORT SALE
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, commpletely 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 @ $299,000
GULFPORT HOMES
NEW ON MARKET Marina District 2661 45th St. S. 2/1 frame home. New windows, a/c, roof, crown molding. Office, bamboo
floors. Great Price $133,000
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