Title: Gabber
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Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann,
George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport, Fla
Publication Date: July 29, 2010
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Gulfport (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pinellas County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Pinellas -- Gulfport
Coordinates: 27.750556 x -82.708611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).
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Archery at
the Beach
By Melissa Lattman
The St. Pete Beach
1 summer youth archery
campers take aim and
pose for a photo. Youth
learned proper bow and
arrow techniques while
shooting at targets,
balloons and other
equipment at a week long
-= camp. Instructor Dan
McKaeg will lead another
camp August 9 to 13.
For more information
- call 363-9245.



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St. Pete Beach
More On Litigation
see page 4
Job Finding Tips
see page 8

Tot Time
Pre Registration
see page 15

Donate CD's
To Library
see page 22

Letters To The Editor
see page 30

Summer Sunset Art
see e 31

Drum Magic
see page 34

Health Care For
The Government
see page 36

Town Shores
Red Hatters
see page 39

A Greener View
see page 41

Beach Tourist Lodging
Discussion Gets Heated
ST. PETE BEACH- The city commission approved density
and conditional use changes so that 19 units at 600 71st
Avenue can operate legally as tourist lodging. From about
8:45 p.m. until almost 10:30 p.m. the topic was debated and
discussed with emotions intense at times.
The basics-In 2004 the building underwent a conversion
from an apartment building to condominium ownership
with condominium declarations saying the units
See Lodgmg, page 12

Clam Bayou Restoration Update: Gulfport Council
Woman Meets With Swiftmud
By Cathy Salustri
Last Friday morning, Gulfport councilwoman Michele
King met with Southwest Florida Water Management
District (SWFHSID) representatives Brandt
Heningson and Janie Hagberg to review the progress -
of the Clam Bayou restoration. Councilwoman King -
was, she said, impressed with the progress. -*
"The trip was extremely informative. It's going to be
a fantastic thing when it's done," she said. Monday
morning she met with the Gabber
See Clam Bayou page 47
Councilwoman Michele King toured the restoration at
Southwest Florida Water Management's (SWFWMD)
invitation. The invitation came after Councilwoman King sent
SWFWMD an e-mail about the progress of the restoration.



St. Pete Beach Tax
Rate Could Go Up
The tax rate could increase to
of 2.4834 mills. The commission
set the tentative rate at its July
28 meeting The final rate to be
set in September can go lower
but not higher. The commission
wants input from residents at
budget workshops on
See Beach Taxes, page 8


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fewer motions and the parties have
basically done their research, he
"We think you have good arguments

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the consequences if a verdict goes
against the city and Davis said they
would appeal and there may be other
things the city could do like have
another election.
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Beer Tasting Room
with a Sparkle
ST. PETE BEACH- An 8th Avenue
jewelry store plans to sell its specialty
Evander Beer to its customers. The
city commission made it so Evander
Preston Contemporary Jewelry
Design at 106 8th Avenue can get an
alcoholic beverage permit from the
state by granting a conditional use
approval. The store plans to have a
tasting room for customers to sample
its brew. For more information go to
"I think it's a nice addition. I think
it would be kind of neat," Mayor
Finnerty said.

Geckofest Pub Crawl
The 3rd Annual Geckofest Pub Crawl
willbe on Saturday, August 7 starting

Pete Beach. Cost is $25 per person
and includes free trolley between
St. Pete Beach and Gulfport, t-shirt
and one free drink at select locations.
Tickets are available at Gulfport on
the Rocks, The Outpost and Swigwam
Beach Bar.
. .

Litigation Update
ST. PETE BEACH- City Attorney
Mike Davis said the two big court
cases involving referendum items
related to the city's comprehensive
plan and the language on the ballot
for the plan are still scheduled for
Aug. 19 and 20 and Sept. 24.
Commissioners asked about what
could happen after the court cases.
Davis said he was operating on the
basis that there would-be appeals and
he did not expect an instant decision
at the end of the court dates.
Davis said legal costs would be
lower on an appeal since there is no
introduction of evidence. There are

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Park Honoring
Homer Still
ST. PETE BEACH- One of the city's
pocket park will be named for a local
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Still moved to St. Pete Beach in 1973
where he lived until he died in 2006.
He operated a beach sports business
on the local gulf beaches, which
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university research and teaching. The
street end park is at 83rd Avenue and
Boca Ciega Drive. A bench honoring
Still will be moved from Upham to
his new park.
Reserve Space for
City-Wide Yard Sale
of St. Pete Beach is hosting its
biannual community-wide yard
sale on Saturday, September 18
from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. at the St. Pete
Beach Community Center, 7701
Boca Ciega Drive. St. Pete Beach
and surrounding city residents can
clean out their closets to make some
extra money or come seeking great
bargains on tons of items. Spaces 10'
by 10' are $10 for SPB residents and
$12.50 for non-residents. Registration
begins Monday, August 2 and spots
no'" is Call 363-9245 for more

Lastweekthe Gabberreportedthat
on the Pinellas Planning Council.
While Councilman Henderson will
serve as Gulfport's candidate for
Group C but may not ultimately
serve as the representative for
Group C. The discussion at the
meeting and, consequently, the
item that appeared in last week's
paper, indicated otherwise. The
Gabber regrets the error.
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additional funds through matching
contributions. Local organizations
benefiting included All Children's
Hospital and the University of South
Florida Department of Pediatrics.
can go undetected because they
do not have unique symptoms of
their own. Rather, they appear as
'ordinary" infections, often of the
sinuses, ears, or lungs. They can
also cause gastrointestinal problems
or inflammation of the joints. The
infections can keep coming back and
early diagnosis and treatment can
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Whiffle Ball Fundraiser
ST. PETE BEACH- About 450 people
attended the 2nd annual Wiffle Ball
Tournament and Beach Bash BBQ at
the Don Cesar Beach Resort on 4th
of July weekend. Over 80 children
played on Farm League teams and
there were 32 major league two-
person teams. The entire event was
located on the beach including tents,
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impact on the budget, if the city
kept the current village rate of 2.48
Bonfield said.
Bonfield also said there were two
other things to consider. First there
would union contracts in 2011 with
possible pay raises and pension
costs. Second he said there is talk out
of Tallahassee about freezing local
property tax rates.
* *

Can yOu Name
that Area?
The City of Gulfport Waterfront
Redevelopment Advisory Board is
currently seeking residents to create
an easily recognizable name for the
area located on Beach and Shore
Blvds. The name could encompass

the historic waterfront, dining, the
beach, and shopping. A logo should
also accompany the name. We're
looking for something fresh and new.
Groups and individuals welcome to
apply. Submissions may be dropped
off at the Paul Williams Public
Service Building, 5330 23 Avenue S.
in Gulfport. The chosen name and
logo will be made public at the 100th
anniversary celebration in October.

Bridal Show at the
Casino Ballroom
Your wedding should be perfect
and planned with your style in mind.
On Sunday, August 8, from noon to
4 p.m., make your dream a reality
at the Waterfront Gulfport Casino
Ballroom Bridal Show at 5501 Shore
Boulevard S. in Gulfport.
Our area's finest wedding vendors
offer tips, advice and a chance to
experience the many magnificent
services they have to offer. Caterers
will be providing tasty samples and
several door prizes will be given
Whether you're a parent helping
plan your daughter or son's wedding,
a curious couple wanting to see what
the next step would be or ready
to plan your wedding, all will be
available for you at a $3 admission.
For more information, contact 727-
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Employment skills training seminars

""ab held week% onMTho"rsdays
Center. The topic for July 29 is
Interview Skills Training.
Weekly will seminars will include:
Avoiding the resume black hole,
Winning resumes, Filling out job
forward on a job interview, to name
a few topics that will be covered. The
fee for each seminar is $13.
Pat Wellner BA, Employment
Training Specialist Certificate is
a creative employment consultant
with over 30 years experience, willbe
facilitating the seminars. Ms. Wellner
has been a Gulfport resident for over
11 years For more information please
call John at 727-893-1079.
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Beach Taxes?
from front page
Aug. 3 and 4 from 2-4:30 p.m. to
find out if they want things like for
example, holiday decorations, the
library open on Monday and to help
businesses by doing things such as
special events.
If the commission kept the current
village rate there would be no money
for reserves or additional pension
costs. "What you set tonight can
go down, but you can't go up," City
Manager Mike Bonfield said. The
city expects about 6 percent less in
property values.
The good news is it's the second
lowest decrease in the county. It
represents about a $400,000 possible


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St. Alban's Welcomes
Fr. Stuart Swann
On August 1 the parishioners of
St. Albans Episcopal Church, St. Pete
Beach, will welcome The Rev. Stuart
Swann as priest in charge. The date
will also launch a "shared ministry'
initiative under the leadership of
Fr. Swann in partnership with the
Diocese of Southwest Florida and
St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church,
Largo. The ministry will optimize
available resources and enable
both parishes to grow in strength
and numbers of people. Such an
undertaking will require visionary
a 1 br I ns I h background

of experience in business, human
services and parish ministry to the
team effort. He has consistently been
an initiator and builder of people and
programs that affect positive change
in challenging setting s.
The members and friends of
St. Alban's invite the community to
come and help to celebrate this great
day, Sunday, August 1. Services are
located at 8451 Blind Pass Road, St.
Pete Beach. Call 360-8406 for more

Schedule of Worship
Sunday Worship
8:00 AM & 10:00 AM
Wednesday 10:00 AM
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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 Bay way, Tierra Verde, FL.33715
(727) 866-7362
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Join Us For
Sunday 9am Holy Eucharist
Wednesday Healing Eucharist liam
Our Thrift Store is open
saturdays from so:oo a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Emergency Food Pantry
Flood P d n
from: 10 am to 12:30 pm
St. Bartholomew's
Episcopal Church
3747 34th St. South St. Petersburg, FL 33711
(727) 867-7015

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

Worship with us Sunday
mornings at 10 am
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727-323-5857 3150 5th Ave. N., St. Pete

First United Methodist
Church of Gulfport

Sunday Mornings
I Childcare Available
1 Sunday School 9:158
Traditional Serv. 10:30a
Fellowshipforall 11:30a

1 : 1
Ten Ty Churce oF The NazaRene
"Open Axms MinisTRies"
1000 55th Street S., Gulfport, FL 33707
727-239-1548 e
Rev. Dennis E. Belus
Email: TrinityChurchNaz@Yahoo.com
Sunday School 9:30 am
Worship Service 10:40 am
yHOt youth ministries Tues.7 pm
Wednesday Night Adult Bible Study
and Kids night Out 6:00 pm

Five Day Club at
Presbyterian Church
Kids ages 5-12 are invited for

s cor1ia 2 ch 1 2 ro
S. "Traffic School" will be held
August 2-6 from 9 a.m. to noon.
There will be games, snacks and
crafts presented by the teens of
Child Evangelism Fellowship and
the church. Free! Call Mary at 321-
8086 weekdays from 9-noon or leave
a message.

Pilgrim Congregational
United Church of Christ
You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
Nursery Available
4 Adult Sunday
9:30 am
6315 central Ave.* 727-347-1226
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"


Join us next Sunday!

To Be or Not to Be

9:00 am Contemporary Service
10:00 am Sunday School for all ages
11:00 am Traditional Service

Ministry Course Seeks
to Restore the Soul
Amazing Love Healing Ministry,
an interdenominational Christian
outreach ministry presents an
8-week Basic Inner Healing Course
for all who seek to be trained in
ministering inner healing prayer for
others. The course will take place on
Monday from August 23-October 11
at St. Vincent Episcopal Church, 5441
Ninth Avenue N. in St. Petersburg.
For more information or to register,
go to www.amazinglovehealing.com
or contact Eileen Prins at 321-5086.
Learn More about
the Catholic Faith
ST. PETE BEACH- For individuals
interested in learning more about
the Catholic faith, St. John Vianney
Catholic Church will be offering the
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA),
classes. Inquiry sessions for adults
are held on Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m.
in the Vianney House. There is
no charge for the R.C.I.A. classes.
St. John Vianney Catholic Church is
located at 445 82nd Avenue. Please
call Sister Ruth to arrange a private
appointment at 360-1147, ext. 205,
and learn more about the classes
being offered.

Metaphysical Community Church
1950 2nd Ave. No.
St. Petersburg, FL. 33713
(727) 822-8628 (727) 822-3157
Sunday Service, 11:00 am
Monday Course in Miracles 7 pm
Sun 7/25 Holistic Lifestyle Guidelines &
Meditation Techniques, Rev. Sandra Faye
12:30 2pm, Love Offering
Visit our Website for Events & Programs
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227 70th Street South

St. Petersburg, FL 33707


want to provide good safe family type
rentals ...we thought everything we
were doing was right."
Ruth Gallagher, a neighbor, said
they have done an incredible job
upgrading the place. "The type of
people that come in (have been
positive)... There's crime, drugs,
. .
prostitution in my neighborhood,
Gallagher said. She expressed
concerns about the place turning into
transient hotels like those nearby.
What is the future if some of these
people do foreclose?
Resident Deborah Martohue an
attorney and former commissioner
brought up concerns that the change
would go against the resident
approved comprehensive plan and of
the precedent set by the approval.
Commissioner Garnett said she did
not see how the request complies with
comprehensive plan regulations...
we have to look at the plan for the
city, she said.
Resident Rick Falkenstein said
some thing needs to be done. There
needs to be a real hard look because
some thing is not right.

The meaning of the word "existing
was discussed. Vice Mayor Parent
said he did not think this was about
economics but looking at what the
comprehensive plan said, which
allows, "only existing temporary
"I have got to go with what I see. If
that said licensed or legal it would
mean something different to me...I
think this is a potential disaster
for 19 property owners...we could
be hard (on the residents)...it s not
New York City. its St. Pete Beach."
City Attorney Mike Davis said
he thought there is a question if
this is an existing lodging, which
qualifies under the plan. "You have
to determine what existing means,
Davis said.
City Manager Mike Bonfield said
nowhere did city staff approve
transient lodging, the response
historically the city staff has tried to
be helpful rather than just saying
the code is the code, he said.
The discussion included the
possibility of upcoming zoning
changes in the area. Currently as
written the approved request would
still be allowed, city staff said.
The commission approved the
request 3-2.

Free Movie at
Beach Theatre
Due to technical difficulties, the
free movie "Christmas In Julv"
was not shown last Saturday at
Beach Theatre, St Pete Beach. They
apologize for the inconvenience and
will offer the free movie again this
Saturday, July 31 at 10 a.m. Beach
Theatre is located on Corey Ave just
off Boca Ciega Drive. Free parking.
Visit www.coreyave.com, www.
beachtheatre.com or call 360-6697.

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:
* Aug. 16 Lunch at Billy s Stone
Crab in Tierra 1erde
Don't forget to RSVP with your
captains for each event.

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Lodging, from front page

were for transient use with three-
day minimum stays. The units
apparently did not get licensing or
zoning for the short-term use from
the city. Although a letter from a city
planner at the time said multi-family
residential and limited transient
accommodations are acceptable
permitted and conditional uses
within the district. There will still be
a second reading on the ordinance,
which assigns 19 units of tourist
lodging density to the condominium
complex. There would still be 156
tourist lodging units remaining in
the Upham Beach Village District
Temporary Lodging Unit Density
The discussion-Most people bought
the condominiums to have a Florida
vacation place by having transient
rentals they could afford properties
said a property owner Mark Scholl
who spoke for the condominium
association. "We kind of relied on
the developer. That's a long story in
itself. He has since disappeared...we

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Seniors Early Bird Dinner

Wednesday August 4th, 4pm

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Do your Laundry while at the beach
Local Pick-up & Delivery
Call Kath
840 49th ST. N. St. Petersburg
Next to Dollar General & Save-A-Lot

We, Members and Friends of

COrdially invite you to join us as we welcome

Fr. Stuart Swann
PFleSt in Charge

Sunday, Aug ust 1, 2010
8:00 am & 10:30 am

8451 Blind Pass Road
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

PleOSe corne celebrate with us!

The event sponsored by Ocean
Imports LLC and The Hooker Tea
Company is scheduled for Saturday,
July 31 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
An RSVP is required, contact Tuesdi
Dyer at CASA at 727-895-4912 or
email Tdyer@casa-stpete.org.
Guests should gather at the Crislip
Arcade, 641 Central Avenue for
gallery assignments.

Register for August
Classes at IAC
Due to popular demand, the
Industrial Arts Center in Gulfport
has added two more weeks to its
Creative Summer for Kids. One more
Kids Glass Week has been scheduled
for August 9-13, from 9 a.m. until
noon, followed the next week by a
new offering, Multi-Media Week,
August 16-20, from 2-5 p.m.
Glass Week activities will include
blown glass ornaments, glass casting
from a clay relief sculpture, glass
f)u inged s .ei ti- h:
Week activities will include mosaic,
clay hand building, painting on
canvas, and creating art with food.
The IAC's all day glass blowing
classes -- Fun with Hot Glass and
More Fun With Hot Glass -- are
growing in popularity and will
continue in August. Fun with Hot
Glass, the IAC's next accelerated
beginner glass blowing class, is
scheduled for Sunday, August 8 from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More Fun With Hot
Glass, scheduled for Sunday, August
22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., takes the basic
glass blowing instruction to the next
le .0 new at the unique non-profit
teaching facility is a Mixed Media
Clay sculpture/Mosaic classes taught
by world class sculptor Crea Egan.
Classes are scheduled to begin
August 1.
For more information, call the IAC
at 727-289-9365 or visit online at

Galleries to Host Wine
Tasting to Benefit CASA
The Sebastian Thomas Gallery,
The Donna Gordon Gallery & Studio,
MQC Gallery and Gallerias Bohemia,
four of the galleries located in the
600 Block of Central Avenue in St.
Petersburg are hosting a Progressive
Wine Tasting to benefit Casa, the
house that provides safe refuge from
domestic violence. Each gallery will
present a specifievarietal, and guests
will spend approximately 30 minutes
tasting that varietal, and learning
about the grape, the growing region
and the winery. At the end of the 30
minutes they will progress to the next
gallery, where they will be presented
with the next varietal.
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A local support group for mothers
offers online message boards, support
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The local group includes events such
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Alice's adventures in Wonderland.
Food for the occasion will conjure
elements of the Mad Hatter's tea
party. Live music for dancing and
entertainment will keep party-
goers on their feet. Wonderland-
related characters and activities
will offer surprises throughout the
evening. Silent auctions will also
be held during the Ball, featuring
gift certificates and merchandise
from local businesses and artists. A
portion of proceeds from the Ball and
Gecko Fest will benefit the City of
Gulfport's Centennial Celebration to
be held in October.
Tickets for "Geckos in Wonderland"
are $25 each and are available in
advance at The Outpost, 3007 Beach
Boulevard. and Domain Home
Accessories, 3129 Beach Boulevard.

The third annual Gecko Fest Pub
Crawl is another event in the line-
up of festivities leading to Gecko
Fest. The Pub Crawl will be held on
Saturday, August 7. Watch for more
details about this and all things
Gecko in Gulfport as they develop.
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Learn about Nesting
Sea Turtles
Adults and families are welcome
to a free presentation to learn about
nesting sea turtles and their survival
on Wednesday, August 11 at 7 p.m.
at TradeWinds Island Grand Resort,
5500 Gulf Boulevard in St. Pete
Beach. Visit nesting beach habitat
with marine educator Joe Malo from
Clearwater Marine Aquarium. The
evening begins with an insightful
presentation about their life histories,
habitats, and conservation as well
as a video of sea turtles laying eggs
and some hatchlings. Following the
presentation you will visit the beach
habitats and learn more. Find out
how you can help these fascinating
creatures and help preserve their
disappearing nesting habitat.
Event is sponsored by Friends of
Pinellas Master Naturalists.

Grand Finale at the
Gulfport Public Library
Kids of all ages are welcome to
the "Grand Finale" for Summer
Reading Program at the Gulfport
Public Library at 5501 28th Ave.
S. On Wednesday, August 11 at
2 p.m. Come celebrate and dance
with their fog machine! There is
always something fun going on at
the Gulfport Public Librarv! For
more information on Library events,
go to www.mygulfport.us/gpl or call

Meet the Artist
Patrick Henry talks about his
current exhibit, "Let's Face It", a
series of sculpturally altered ceramic
platters and plates that you would
never put on the dining room table.
The presentation will be held on
Saturday, August 7 at 1 p.m. at A
Little Room for Art, 111 8th Ave.,
Pass-a-Grille. Exhibit is through
August 31 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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GULFPORT-Gulfport's annual
Gecko Ball returns on Saturday,
August 28. "Geckos in Wonderland"
is the light-hearted theme of this
vear's festivities. The Ball will be
held at the Peninsula Inn & Spa,
2937 Beach Boulevard. The party
starts at 7 p.m. and lasts until 11
p.m. The Gecko Ball is an annual
event leading up to the 10th annual
Gecko Fest, Gulfport's largest street
festival of the year on Saturday,
September 4.
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ST. PETE BEACH- The city
commission, city staff and business
owners discussed enforcement of
sign codes at the July 27 regular
meeting. The city s sign ordinances
will be reviewed with input from
the business community and the
planning board process.
Sign ordinances are one of the
most controversial things cities deal
with on both sides between what
businesses think they need to attract
customers and what people just
want to see when they drive by, City
Manager Bonfield said. "Generally its
about aesthetics...you can't regulate
content you can only regulate size,
"We have been cracking down on
something people have been doing
for years... we had an issue with a
chef (sign) and (the code enforcement
officer) wanted to cut his hat
off (because of the sign's size)",
Commissioner Halpern said.
A pub owner shared how she had
been fined yet neighboring busine s se s
were allowed to keep similar signs. It
is unfair some businesses can and
some businesses can't, the pub owner
said. If there's an enforcement issue
that needs to be addressed Bonfield

Pre-Register for
Tot-Time Program
Ongoing pre-registrations are
currently being accepted for the 2010-
2011 Tot Time Program. The Tot
Time Program is a pre-school, hands-
on program for children ages 3-5. The
program aims to make learning fun
for children and helps prepare them
for Kindergarten. Two, three and five-
day monthly options are available.
Non-refundable annual registration
fee is $15 for residents and $100 for
non-residents. Program hours are
from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Hours for pre-
registration are from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Monday-Friday. Proof of residency
is required for Gulfport residents.
Classes begin September 7. Call
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resident from l959-1998, celebrated
her 102nd birthday recently. While
in Gulfport, Margaret enjoyed
fishing from the Gulfport Pier and
the Sunshine ski\\.st- in the 60s
and 70s. She remained physically
mowing her grass. She was active
in the community volunteering for
the Reassurance Program through
the Senior Center and an active
member of Holy Name Catholic
Church with the late Fr. Goodman.
Now that she is 102 years old, she
greets everyone with a big smile
and kisses. Ice cream is her favorite
and she has been known to have it
for breakfast!
Her daughter, Anne Hauptle
Bazarsky, says Margaret is doing
well and takes no medication
other than a vitamin! The family
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Register for Footballs
and Tiaras Brunch
The James B. Sanderline Center
is hosting a brunch for fathers and
daughters (or special male in her life)
on Saturday, August 7 from 8:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Gift bags will be given
to the men and the girls will be given
gift bags that include back to school
items. Event is free but you must
register by calling 321-9444 as space
is limited. Registration deadline in
August 2. The Sanderlin Center is
located at 2335 22 Avenue S.

Rotary Club of
St. Petersburg
The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg
Suncoast meets everv Thursday at
noon, at Gigi's Italian Restaurant
in South Pasadena, located at 6852
Gulfport Blvd. in South Pasadena.
Guests are welcome to attend these
lunch meetings.
Upcoming programs include Cindy
L. Tully, Director of Planned Giving,
St. Petersburg College Foundation
who will present a program about
Suncoast Rotary Scholarships on July
29. On August 12, Rebecca Appel,
from Lifelink will speak. For more
information, please contact ( hel-ly
Wolf, at 727-822-2200, extension 1.

Can't Stop Eating?
Food Addicts Anonymous can help.
No dues or fees. They meet Thursdays
at 6 p.m. in St. Anthony's Hospital
basement classroom. Call 773-7746.

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ST. PETE BEACH- The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce hosted the second
annual Sizzlin' Summer Bash at the St. Pete Beach Community Center. The organization's
fundraiser included gourmet food from local restaurants and auction and raffle items
donated by local businesses and individuals. Pictured is Mary Ann Renfrow of Membership
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owl, (pictured with Karen Paulson) joined
the Birdstock festival goers Sunday at
the fundraiser for the Suncoast Seabird
Sanctuary held in the 300 block area of
Corey Avenue. Purchased wristbands
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Barbara Feeney, Gulfport: "I'm
appalled, just appalled at BP's actions
but I don't blame Tony Hayward
directly for the spill. I've been
following this whole thing since it
happened. I'm very environmentally
conscious and I can't believe that
the employees who were on that rig
didn't tell someone about the safety
issues. Workers who work out there
on the boats and on the rigs have
what's called a stop work authority;
they can refuse to continue their work
if their safety is jeopardized in any
way. I heard that workers on the rig
told their superiors that there were
problems, but I guess the higher-ups
didn't want to hear about it. There
actually were executives from the
main companies on board that day
of the accident, bragging about their
safety record. BP just felt safe and the
company just never thought anything
like this would ever happen. They
weren't prepared. The men in the
ivory towers want THEIR life back?
So do the people who live on the Gulf
Coast. They will never have the way
of life again that they've had there for
generations. The oyster beds are dead,
the wildlife is suffering terribly and
so many people are out of business.
It's a disgrace that they are living
hand to mouth. I can' imagine living
up there with all this. I've been up in
that area and it's beautiful; great for
camping right on the Gulf. If I went
there I would just sit and cry. I think
Tony Hayward should donate some of
his severance to every guy that owns
a shrimp or an oyster boat whose lives
have been affected forever by BP's
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Jeanie Nadozzi, St. Pete: "No, No,
No!! You give a severance package to
a person who has performed the job
they were hired for! He's already a
millionaire. The way I see it, he has
a job which entails that whatever he
is responsible to be doing for that job
what his job is that he was originally
hired for. If he doesn't do that job, he
be for a poor job performance. Why is
he being compensated for a job he did
not perform? Did he have a contract
with BP that outlined his duties? Did
those duties include knowing what
was happening on those oil rigs? Was
he supposed to know about the safety
problems, as CEO? If he did, then he
failed his job obligations. He had to
have known, as CEO, what was going
on the whole time, especially with the
amount of money he was making. I
couldn't believe that they're giving
him such a huge severance package
while so many of the people affectedby
his and his company's ineptitude are
starving and losing their businesses.
The sheer massive amount of wildlife
that's dying is just shocking; all the
while he's being paid an enormous
amount of money. Money that could
be used to help the people directly
affected by the spill!"

Keith Muse, St. Pete: "It s a
bunch of crap. I blame him for not
having the safety features in place
in the first place. They should have
been honest from the beginning
when the accident happened; they
could have maintained some sort of
credibility. They just made it worse,
by downplaying the damage, both to
the rig itself and to the environment.
Now, no one would believe Tony
Hayward or anyone else from
BP. They just wanted the profits.
Speaking of that, why are they still
allowed to keep siphoning oil out of
the well? It seems that they could
have capped it permanently; I've
heard that wells on land can just be
blown up and closed. It seems like
they weren t in any real hurry to cap
it off. This cover for the top is merely
a conduit that will still allow them to
get the oil to their ships, where they
will then process it and sell it back
to us! I just can t understand why
they are still allowed to get oil out
for profit. I don't think Hayward or
anyone from BP is telling the truth
about this whole incident and for
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gardens and her volunteer work for
the Gulfport, FL Police Department.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests
that remembrance donations in her
name be made to either the Gulfport
Police Dept. "Operation Santa", 2401
53rd St. S., Gulfport, FL 33707, or
The 200 Foundation, POB 3449,
Framingham, MA 01705. The family
will host a remembrance gathering
in Gulfport in the fall.
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of St. Pete Beach, passed away
Wednesday, July 21, 2010, at his
home. He was a WW II Army veteran
First Sgt. He is survived by his son
Charles A. Hager Sr.; daughters
Colleen Parker, Janice Hager, Joyce
Zellanack, Sandy Knapp, and T.C.
Vaughn; 7 grandchildren and 4
great-grandchildren. Services will be
held Saturday, July 24, 2010, at 2:30
pm, from Beach Memorial Chapel,
St. Pete Beach, with a gathering of
before. Burial will be at Woodlawn
Memory Gardens St. Petersburg,
with Military Honors.
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Petersburg Beach, FL, died July 24,
2010. He is survived by his loving
family. Holloway Funeral Home,
Inc., Oldsmar, 813-855-2439.

of Gulfport, died Monday July 19,
2010 at Palms of Pasadena Hospital
of complications from respiratory
arrest and congestive heart failure.
Louis O. Martin III (deceased)
in 1960 and moved to the United
States in 1963. She was a member
of Holy Family Catholic Church.
She enjoyed praying the rosary,
needlecrafts, sewing, and her two
granddaughters. She is survived by
her two daughters, Mary Karbowski
and Paula Rodriquez; two sons-in-
law, Steven Karbowski and Eric
Rodriguez; and two granddaughters,
Laura Aine and Nichole Marie of
Gulfport and St. Petersburg. Funeral
Mass, July 31, 10 a.m. at Holy Family
Catholic Church, St. Petersburg. Gee
& Sorensen Funeral Home.
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PRICE, ROGER M., 47, of St. Pete
Beach, passed away Sunday, July 18,
2010. Born in Chicago, he came here
in 1972. He was a long time resident
of Pass-a-Grille and St. Pete Beach.
Survived by sisters Susan Conry and
Nancy Denicourt and brothers Tom
Price, Gary Price, Mike Price and
Paul Price. His celebration of life
memorial was held on July 22, 2010
at Pass-a-Grille Beach.
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90, a long time
resident of Gukport,
FL died July 6,
2010. He was born
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(RUSSELL), 81, of Gukport, FL and
Belling ham and Humarock, MA died
peacefully after a lengthy illness on
July 21, 2010 in Florida. She was
born and raised in Wakefield, MA,
the daughter of Dorothy Hanright
Mohla and Malcolm W. Russell.
Her husband, Paul D. Everett,
Jr. preceded her in death in 1998.
Together they had three children.
She leaves Nancy Rossini Monts and
her husband, Marion, of Mendon,
MA, Paul D. (Tim) Everett III and
his wife, Hope, of Uxbridge, MA,
and Holly Everett of Bellingham,
MA. She was known as "Nini" to
her grandchildren Keryn and Peter
Rossini, Kevin, Kelly, Courtney, Paul
and Daisy Everett and her great-
grandchild. She also leaves a sister,
Shirley R. Seavey of NH and was the
sister of the late Malcolm W. Russell,
Jr. She leaves many nieces and
nephews and a former son-in-law,
Jack Rossiniol 111.-.111..7, MA. She also
leaves her special caretaker, Dottie
Aarons, of Gulfport. Lyn worked for
many years in the personnel field.
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with our Columbus Day in October.
Last year, two bands visited, along
with Niagara Falls Mayor Ted Salci,
and Rob Nicholson, the Attorney
to all of his friends last year, that
through a check up, his doctor had
discovered lung cancer. Charlie went
all around town, with his usual vigor,
providing details of the disease, and
even organized an event at his home
to stress to us all the importance of
early screening. Aaron Fodiman,
publisher of Tampa Bay Magazine,
was there, as well as Ambassador
and Mrs. Mel Sembler. Charlie had
lost his first wife to cancer.Sadly, on
early Wednesday morning, July 21st,
Charlie left us. Jan said he died
peacefully, with her and his sons at
his side. Charlie was our Patriot.
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JOANN, July 19,
1953-July 19, 2010.
Born in Riverside,
CA to Martin and
Pearl Imbach, she
moved to Severna
Park MD. in 1964
and attended Severna Park Senior
High School. She began her career
in Annapolis, MD. working on
computers for the U.S. Air Force and
subsequently was employed by GTE/
Version. She also worked for Aetna
for several years. She relocated to
St. Petersburg in 1985. JoAnn loved
many activities including fishing,
camping, cooking to arts and crafts.
She was preceded in death by her
parents and her brother Martin in
2004. Survivors include her husband,
Paul Zinkand, St. Petersburg, three
wonderful children, daughters.
Jennifer and Aiyanna and son
Michael of MD., sisters Susan Miller
and Valerie Imbach, St. Petersburg.
and brother Michael Imbach of MD.,
three grandsons and a granddaughter
all of MD. A memorial service will
be held at 1 p.m., August 7, 2010 at
Veteran's Park in Gulfport followed
by a pot luck celebration of life at
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Obituaries (con't.)
Treasure Island,
died July 21, 2010.
Charles Weisgerber
was honored at the
TI Vision Steering
Committee on
July 8th, with
Proclamation in his honor issued
by Mayor Bob Minning. Receiving
the Proclamation was Charlie's wife
Jan, and 3 of his 5 sons. Charles
was able to watch from his home.
To say that Charlie knew everyone
is an understatement. He was close
friends with all who knew him,
and as a friend, Charlie would do
anything for you. His contacts in the
political arena were wide, and he was
especially proud of his friendship
with Congressman Bill Young.
Charlie worked on many a political
campaign from local elections all
the way to Washington. Charles H.
Weisgerber, his grandfather, was an
artist who painted the famous picture
of Betsy Ross presenting the first US
Flag to President Washington. (This
picture was recently printed in USA
Today, on the Fourth of July edition.)
Charles worked tirelessly to make
sure that this famous picture received
proper attention, and his success
led to having the picture hang in
the State Museum of Pennsylvania.
Charlie loved the American Flag,
and distressed that there were no
flags to flyin Treasure Island, he saw
to it that the City received the flags
and the proper holders to display Old
Glory on all our patriotic holidays.
Charlie loved Canadians too. He
was responsible for the community
involvement in Canadian/American
Week, which has been held in TI for
the past ten years. David Chubb, a
high school band director, started
bringing his students to visit Florida,
and specifically Treasure Island,
because he fell in love with TI as a
child traveling with his parents from
NiagaraFalls to the warm sunny
beaches. This trip, which has evolved
Over the years, is held over Canadian
Thanksgiving week, which coincides

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please bring the gently used clothing,
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community experiences by attending local and state conferences, participat-
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youth. Get involved today! There are two vacant regular member positions
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/refer-
ence letter is required from a principal, school counselor, teacher or an adult
not related to applicant attached with the application.

Friends of Strays
Mary Lynn is a dainty 2 year old Domestic Short Hair
Diluted Torti. She is a bit shy and would be happier in a
quiet home with no other pets. Mary Lynn is playful, very
affectionate and will warm your heart. Please visit Mary
Lynn at Friends of Strays No-kill Shelter and Adoption
Center located at 2911 47 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg,
Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Adoption
fee includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccines, county
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LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). There will
be instances this week in which you
will prefer to be left alone to handle
matters privately. However, thisisn't
always going to be possible. Fortify
your personal boundaries so that
even when you are with others you'll
feel safe and secure in the bubble of
your own energy field. This can be
done through meditation.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). All
relationships require space. The
trick is to figure out the amount of
space that will bring about the most
beneficial feeling for both parties.
Consider the harmony of voices:
As the distance between two tones
widens and contracts, the chord
changes from minor to major. Play
with this idea in a relationship this
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). In this
digital age, much can be accomplished
according to your own personal clock.
You can communicate and work in
the wee hours, and others answer
and contribute when it's convenient
for them. This week you'll find there
are some things that absolutely have
to happen at the same time. When
possible, meet in person.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21).
You'll grapple with larger issues.
Perspective will be everything. Grace
and timing go hand in hand. The
glare of the sun can make things
appear harsh and difficult. Likewise,
the dark always makes problems
scarier. Morning is your best thinking
time. Everything will look better in
the soft, early morning sunshine.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
You might mess up. It's proof that
you're stretching. If you were to
stay within the boundaries of what
you know, you wouldn't make such
mistakes. The mistakes prove your
desire for expansion, knowledge,
experience -- your winning spirit.
You11 take responsibility and try not
to do the same thing again.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
The world will be better off this
week because you assume a position
of power. The amateurs assume that
this is the front of the line, the first
row of the classroom and the driver's
seat. You, however, might find that
you have more influence when you
take things in from the back of the
line, the room or the bus.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).
Challenge motivates you, as does
the promise of attention. You will be
greatly admired when you complete
this monstrosity of a task. Of course,
once you get into it, all your original
motivation fades away and you
devote yourself solely to the work.
The work itself is where all the
sweetness of life is released.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You'll
wear yourself out trying to make
sure everyone is taken care of, while
less hospitable types order everyone
around as though the rest of the world
is filled with their servants. And the
funny part is, there are those who
are more comfortable being ordered
around than being taken care of.
Strive for balance.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). You
may be dealing with circumstances
that seem less than ideal -- bad
service in a restaurant, no help at the
hardware store, a lack of cooperation
from the general public. Uphold your
own standards of character and you
will turn this into a win. You treat
people well, and they will do the
same for you.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). If
everyone's self-esteem were as high
as yours is at times this week, the
world would be a better place. Just
because you have high self-esteem
doesn t mean you think others are
less valuable than you. You stand
for equality. You want to offer your
best. Believing in yourself makes it
possible for you to do this.

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challenges in a safe and supportive
environment, which helps grow
confidence. Classes will be offered
at varying times on Wednesday
evenings at the St. Pete Beach
Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive, so contact Bayside Gymnastics
directly for all details: 727-258-4981

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Friends of Strays needs your help in
designing a cool T Shirt to be worn by
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Design needs to include Friends
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Be the Voice for
Abused Children
Make a life long difference for
an abused and neglected child. A
Guardian ad Litem works with a
professional staff and an attorney to
ensure that a child has a safe, caring
and stable environment.
The next training will be August
3 to September 1 at the Pinellas
Criminal Justice Center, 14250 49
Street N. in Clearwater. Hundreds
of volunteer Guardians ad Litem are
urgently needed to be a child's voice
in court and the child welfare system.
The average time needed is six to ten

Call 727-464-6528 to arrange to
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ST. PETE BEACH- Starting this fall
the St.Pete Beach Community Center
is proudly offering gymnastics classes
for children of every age and skill
level through Bayside Gymnastics,
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ments, Leisure services, Rec. Center.
Adult Basketball Thurs., 6-9 p.m.
Teen Night Teens, age's middle school
to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m.
CARE PROGRAM -Registrations for the
2010-2011 School Year Child Care Pro-
gram will begin on July 26th for children
who will be entering Kindergarten thru
age 14. Non-refundable annual registra-
tion fee is $15 for residents and $100 for
non-residents. Program hours are until
5:30 p.m. with extended hours available
until 6 p.m. for an extra charge. Hours of
registration are Monday-Friday from 9:00
a.m.-5:00 p.m.
TRATION for the 2010-2011 Tot Time
Program are currently being accepted.
Hours for pre-registration are from 9:00
a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. A non-
refundable annual registration fee of $15
for residents and $100 for non-residents

is required to secure a spot. Proof of resi-
dency is required for Gulfport residents.
The Tot Time Program is a pre-school,
hands-on program for children ages 3-5.
The program aims to make learning fun
for children and helps prepare them for
Kindergarten. Two, three and five-day
monthly options are available. Program
hours are from 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. Class-
es begin September 7, 2010. Call 893-1068
for more information.

NEW CLASSES- Interested in teach-
ing a class? Call John at 727-893-1079
for more info
CLASSES Call instructor for more
* Belly Dance Starts April 13th, Tues.,
6:45 p.m. Call Daniela at 561-302-6174.
* Body Sculpt Returns in the Fall. 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. & Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Diane at 459-1399.

* Noisemakers Call Gabe at 345-7472.
* 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.
ECONOMY- Thurs. 6:30-8pm The topic
for July 29 is Interview Skills Training
* Watercolor with Patsi-E. ....... l ed. .--
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* Yoga in the A. M. Wed.,
9 a.m. at 49th Street Neighborhood Cen-
ter. Call Valerie at 557-4258.
* Yoga Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Tamara at 512-2763.
* Zumba Returns in the Fall. Call Dan-
iela at 561-302-6174.

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of residency and fill out a consent form.
Availability to register: Monday Friday,
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Kids! 'Tweens! Teens! Adults!: There's
still time to sign up for our Summer Read-
ing Programs for ALL AGES (and qualify
for weekly prizes)!
Our "Afternoon Specials": Thursday,
August 5, 2:00 pm-Our Final Scrap-
book and Crafts program! Wednesday,
August 11: Our "Grand Finale" for Sum-
mer Reading Programs is for ALL AGES!
Come celebrate with us (and dance with
our Fog Machine!) on Wednesday, August
11 at 2:00 pm!
Gulfport Creative Short Story Writ-
ers: Every Wednesday, 10:00 am.
One-on-One Computer Instruction:
By appointment only--contact Alex Hooks
at the Reference Desk, or call 893-1073.

SummerCoffee/Talk Movie: "( I. ..1.:.".
Thursday, August 12, 1:30 pm. Based on
the novel Flowers for Algernon by Daniel
Keyes, and starring Cliff Robertson and
Claire Bloom. This Emmy-nominated TV
film is not rated, and contains mature sub-
ject matter. (MGM, 1968, 104 minutes).
Suncoast Computer Users Group
(SCUG): Thursday, August 12, 6:00 pm.
Scraphookers Club for Teens &
Adults: Saturday, August 14, 1:00 pm.
Bring your pictures, books and questions,
and prepare to have a great time! Some
supplies available, but you furnish your
own 12x12 scrapbook album. FMI, con-
tact Kay Boatwright 893-1074.
SummerCoffee/TalkBook Club:Thurs-
day, August 19, 10:00 am. Our summer
series, "Pushed to the Limit," continues
with Flowers for Algernon, by Daniel
Keys. Stop by the Reference Desk to pick
up a discussion guide and reserve a copy
of the book.

Genealogy Discussion Group: Satur-
day, August 28, 1:00 pm. This is not a for-
mal class, just an opportunity to meet and
share experiences and information with
others interested in delving into their
family history.

Open Monday-Friday: 10am-7pm
& Saturday: 10 am-4 pm
All meetings and programs are free and
open to the public

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Recreation Center 5730 Shore Blvd. So 893-1068

~Gulfport Library

5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074

Live Chat Room every Friday at
2pm. Share stories and meet new
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 andwe will
send you our monthly activity calendar
and notices on special events.

Neighborhood Center
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Ron Brown Renowned Saxophonist
Michael Jr. Comedian
Fri., July 30, 7pm
Tickets $50 Dinner included
VIP Tickets $65 Dinner & picture with
Info 813-477-1400

Ballroom & Social Dancing
Sun., Aug. 1, 6-10pm $7
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, 8-11pm Swing Dance
Every Thursday
Salsa Dance 7-10pm $7
7-8:30pm Lessons,
8:30-10pm Dance

advantage of our new Health & Wellness Day
Pass on the first Tuesday of every month.
The $50 GEMS membership fee is waived
for this monthly occasion. Round trip: $1.00
to one of the following areas: Senior Center
Fitness Room; Gulfport Beach; Gulfport Art
Village Courtyard; any of Gulfport's lovely
parks; and Gulfport Public Library. (Small
fee connected with the Senior Center Fitness
Center). Trips are subsidizedby the Gulfpod
Senior Center Foundation. Call GEMS at
893-2242 for more information.
Fitness Center: Summer hours: Mon,
Tues. Wed. 8am 7pm; Thurs. & Fri. 8am-
Tai Chi: Tai Chi Classes are offered at Scout
Hall (5315 28th Ave. S.) every Thursday at
9am. Must be a registered Senior Center
member to participate.
Visual Support Group: meets every 2nd &
4th Monday at 2pm. Newcomers welcome.

Patio Partv: The Senior Center will hold its
first Patio Party on Fri. Sept. 3 at 11:30am.
Hot Dog Lunch, Entertainment, Flea Market,
Door Prizes and more! Tickets: $3.00.

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.
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,
two Tuesdays of every month from 1-4pm.
Call 368-3199 to register and fee info.
Diabetic Support: Our Diabetic Support
Group meets every Mon, at 10am. A special
presentation will be offered on Mon. July 26
by a diabetic educator. Newcomers welcome.
Art Practice: Mon. at 4pm; Wed, at 1pm,
Thurs at 9am. No instructors but come and
work on your own project while enjoying the
company of other artists.
Duplicate Bridge Class: every Mon. at
Language Practice:
Spanish: Beginners and Intermediate, every
Mon. 3-4:30pm
Italian: Beginner Conversation, every Mon.

Game & Card Party a Great
Special thanks to Julie Fuce for
spearheading the Senior Center's Game
& Card Party on Wed. July 21st as well
as Pam McGinnis for creating the gift
baskets and numerous volunteers who
supported Julie in putting on a great
fundraising event. We would also like
to thank our sponsors: Well Care and
Brentwood Senior Living Community.
Lunch & Learn about Medicaid and
Long Term Care: Come enjoy a free
lunch while hearing about Medicaid and
paying for long term care. Certified Elder
Law Attorney, April Hill, will speak and
then be on hand to answer questions.
Bring a friend and enjoy this informative
seminar. The event will take place on
Tuesday, August 17 at Gulfport Senior
Center, 5501 27th Avenue South. Please
submit your RSVP to 893-2237 or 893-
1231 by Friday, August 13th.
Senior Center Looking for 100 Year
Olds: We only have two residents who
are 100 years old? Please let the senior
know if you are that age so we can honor
you, too!
Items Needed: The Senior Center
is looking for the following items for
upcoming projects: greeting cards of any
kind, gift wrap, bows, ribbon, gift bags,
stationary, regular and costume jewelry.
Also, anything seasonal: Halloween
Thanksgiving, Christmas and patriotic
items. If you have any of these items on
hand and no longer need them, please
consider passing them our way! Thank
Lighthouse of Pinellas Visits Senior
Center: A special presentation will
be offered on Mon. Aug. 9 at 2pm by
Lighthouse of Pinellas to help seniors
who are blind or visually impaired learn
how to manage day-to-day tasks and
personal needs using special techniques
and devices. Learn how to travel safely
and independently, use low vision
magnifying devices, and much more!
Future classes may be offered at the
Senior Center that will focus on living
independently if there is an interest. Call
the Senior Center for more info.
Come join us for a special presentation
on Tues. Aug. 24 at 10am on improving
your Cardio-Vascular System. It all
starts with your heart! Courtesy of the
Pinellas County Health Department.
GEMS Health & Wellness Day Pass:
Gulfport seniors are invited to take
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Dear Editor: On Thursday, August
5 at 9 a.m., the St. Petersburg City
Council will hold a public hearing
on Proposed Ordinance #986-G. If
accepted by a super majority (6 of 8
members), Ordinance986-Gwillallow
the Mayor or his designee to apply for
and accept a FAA Grant of $966,550.
The City will match the FAA Grant
with 5% from the airport operating
fund. Total being authorized by
Council will be $1,007,040.
This grant will allow construction
of Taxiway D parallel to Runway
7-25, ramp improvements north
of the runway, and construction of
Runway End Identification Light
System (REILS) for the approach end
of Runway 7. REILS are already in
place for the other runways.
With acceptance of this grant, the
FAA, State, and City have invested
over $10 million in support of the
airport since the 2003referendum. It
does not seem that seven years have
passed since many of us sat through
hours of discussions between City
Council and City staff over the future
of the airport. August 18 will be the
seven year anniversary of Council's
decision to put two questions on the
ballot, so the citizens could decide
the airport's future.
If you have the time on August 5,
come to City Hall (175 5th Street
N.) and speak in favor of Council

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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 mailed to
publisher@thegabber.com. One
letter per author every four
A111etters 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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that I'd just be opening myself up for
future harassment.
The Gulfport Police told me there
was nothing they could do because
the crime took place in Gulfport and
thethieflivedinSt.Petersburg. This
was two felonies; Grand Larceny and
Burglary but Gulfport claims their
hands are tied because the thief lives
in St. Pete. When I objected to this
excuse they said that they had been
to the thief house but he wasn't
home. In their eyes that was all they
could do!
I'm retired and living on social
security. I bought the computer on
credit so I could communicate with
my grandchildren. I'll be paying on
it for another 10 months. A friend
suggested I call the mayor so I called
the mayor one morning and by that
afternoon I'd received two phone
messages telling me not to make
anymore phone calls if I knew what
was good for me.
I'm upset, frustrated and
disappointed the way the Gulfport
Police treated me and handled this
case. There are so many people
working at that police station
making big salaries and from what
I've seen doing absolutely nothing
Bill Tanchette

Lette rs
Dissatisfied With
The Police
Dear Editor: My home was
burglarized in June. Someone broke
into the screened-in porch at the
back of my home and stole my new
laptop computer. The neighbors on
either side of my home witnessed the
crime and identified the thief who
happened to be related to one of my
The handling of this felony by the
Gulfport Police was preposterous.
After 21 years in Gulfport this is the
first time that I've had to call on the
police and I was astounded at their
inability to do anything but point
fingers, make excuses, drop the ball,
blame the victim and do nothing.
I had planned to write an expose
of my experience. I was going to
name names, provide quotes, detail
a timeline and shed some light on
Gulfport's dirty little secret. But
after being scolded for calling to find
out how my case was progressing
and being admonished by the lead
detective that "I'm on light duty and
have more important cases to handle"
passing the buck and intimidation
was a way of life for these folks and

Calling AII Future
Big Brothers
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Pinellas County needs at least 125
Big Brothers to meet the needs of
their current waiting list. Make a
difference in a child's life. There are
several different programs to suit
your preferences including their
Sports Buddies Program. Take a
child to sporting events (like the
Rays game) for which they supply
the tickets and watch or participate
in sports activities together. Not
interested in sports? That's OK!
Sports Buddies is just one option.
You can select mentoring activities to
suit your preferences and the child's.
If you or someone you know is
interested in becoming a Big Brother,
please email your contact information
to ShirleyN@bbbspc.org or call 727-
518-8860 for more information.
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Sunnuner Sunset Art

By Melissa Lattman
ST. PETE BEACH- Young artists explored painting, drawing and sculpture
in weeklong summer art camps with Linda Griffin at the Sunset Art Center
at 3300 Gulf Boulevard. A recent theme was Africa, pictured are children
making paper mache masks. On August 14 from 4 until 6 p.m. there will
be a reception featuring art from the children's summer art program. Call
(727) 367-3818 or click on Don Vista on the St. Pete Beach city Web site for
a complete list of art and exercise classes for children and adults.

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ridian and St. Petersburg resident,
011i Cunningham, will turn 101 on
July 31st, 2010. A special birthday
celebration is planned at 2 p.m. in
the Friendship Room at The Foun-
tains at Boca Ciega Bay, her home
since November, 2004.
According to Marguerite Hubbs,
The Fountains' Community Life
Director, 011i's celebration will in-
clude a harpist, a champagne toast,
and birthday cake, of course. 011i's
family members and friends from
church will join the celebration

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Trisha Freiermuth (left) and her five year old son lan came from Pinellas Park to join in the
drumming. Cathy Lees of Gulfport joined them and drummed as well.
Hands are a blur of motion as over 30 people gathered near the Pier in
Gulfport last Sunday morning to join Janna Broder and Heather DeRigo,
of Drum Magic to drum together. The event was billed as a way to "heal
the Gulf and heal the heart", according to Broder, who led the drumming
with chants and encouragement.
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I'm just so tired of all the negativity, Broder said. "I thought if we
could get a collective group together, we might send some positive energy
out to the water." Broder brought extra drums for those who didn't have
any. The event was global; all over the world people were expected to join
in the drumming last Sunday morning.

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Bill and Jan Riley went to "The Alamo" in San Antonio, Texas. Bill is a
history fanatic and enjoyed walking the grounds and reading all about it.
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people, the income limit is $21,855
(add $5,610 for each additional
member of family units with more
than eight members.)
Prospective clients can either stop
by a Health and Human Services
office or call for an appointment
and information. Call Annie Shaw
at 727-464-8400 in Clearwater or
Anne Eicher at 727-582-7781 in
St. Petersburg. Health and Human
Services offices are located at
2189 Cleveland Street, Suite 230
Clearwater and at a 17 First Avenue
N. in St. Petersburg.

This program is funded by Area
Agency on Aging of Pasco/Pinellas,
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Widows Social
Club to Meet
The widows social club will have a
covered dish luncheon and meeting
at 12:30 p.m. On the last Wednesday
of the month at Palm Lake Christian
Church, 5401 22 Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg. Contact Joe at 397-0920
or Fran at 896-9207.
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Sponsors and Vendors
Wanted for Blues Fest
The 3rd Annual Tangerine Blues
Fest will take place on Saturday,
September 25 from 4-10 p.m. along
the Tangerine Greenway (located
at 18th Ave. S. between 49th St. S.
and 54th St. S. in (Julfport) The 49th
Street South Business Association
has a great lineup of entertainers
this year, including the Joel Sanders
Band, Julie Black, Deacon Blues
Band and Damon Fowler Group.
A portion of the proceeds from the
Blues Fest will benefit All Children's
So49 is seeking sponsors and fine
art and craft vendors for the third
annual event. So49 members who
wish to participate will receive
first right of refusal and a member
discount. Community sponsorships
are available from $100 and up.
Vendor information and applications
can be found under the vendor info
tab at www.sikpromotions.com or
by calling 727-322-5217. To become
a sponsor or a 49th Street South
Business member please visit www.

Emergency Energy
Assistance for Seniors
Pinellas County Health and Human
Services Department provides
emergency energy assistance of up to
$600 to senior citizens unable to par
their power bills.
Funds from the Area Agency on
Aging of Pasco/Pinellas Inc. can help
residents 60 and older in danger of
having their power disconnected
during the designated cooling and
heating seasons when demand and
bills are higher than normal. Eligible
seniors must have a crisis with a
delinquent notice from the utility
company or a notice that power has
been shut off to be considered for
help. They may also qualify to receive
repairs to a cooling unit or a voucher
for fans, heaters and blankets.
Eligible seniors can receive help
up to twice a year during each high-
demand season. Health and Human
Services staff members screen
applicants to determine if they meet
income limits. The income limit is
150 percent of the Federal Poverty
Guideline For a household of one'
the limit is $16,245 a year. For two
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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.

Work at least 5 night shifts per month, at
least 3 of which are consecutive and
erience exceSSive SleepineSS late in your
sh and dunna the commute home
You will receive study-related medical care
and study medicine at no cost
You may learn more about the impact of
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workmg the night shift on your health
COmpenSation for time and travel up to $500

Nell 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. 8, St. Petersburg, FI.33707 [
or visit: www.NightShiftWorkStudy.org E

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people can be helpful, but ultimately
has to be applied to individuals.
Latest news from the administration
is that the patient doctor relationship
will not be breached. Some people
have been worried about their
obesity being an identifiable part of
the data base. In other words, your
BMI, a calculation relating your
weight to your height and thus your
obesity (or not), would be established
and something done about it. Specific
treatment, taxes, no treatment, part
of a data base for rationing? We don't
However, what we do know is that
the government is now saying that
not everything has to be in your
records. For instance, your being HIV
positive would not, or your having
had an abortion. Other exemptions
are coming, it was indicated. Well,
so much for helping out on medical
emergencies (instant access). I
would think HIV positive is pretty
Also, I could argue that since
abortion rights are established under
the privacy aspects within the U.S.
Constitution (Roe vs. Wade), then
no one should have to provide the
government with bodily information.
However, there's another problem.
If you order your doctor to withhold
information from the government,
that doctor isn't going to get financial
help for his or her electronic system.
Wor se, the doctor could be kicked out
of the Medicare or Medicaid system.
There will be more to come, but
don't count on what's to come in the
health bill to be about you and your
health. It's not about the individual.
It's about the government.
More next week.


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of the ObamaCare bill, but a $19
billion part of the 2009 first stimulus
bill. It requires that by 2014 all
physicians and all related medical
facilities have in place an interactive
electronic medical records system.
This had two professed goals. One
was to enable care givers to go on line
and acquire complete medicalrecords
for their patients. The other was to
provide the government with enough
data to determine best practices for
specific medical conditions. These
would then be passed on to the
medical community to reduce the
would be given clear directions for the
best care. No need to mess around.
The answer is in the data base.
Of course, one of the concerns is
that you may be different. That is,
your physical system, your chemical
system, your mental system might
be different than what the consensus
data show. Data from 300 million

Health Care for
the Government
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said a
few months back that Obama Care
had to be passed before we'd know
what was in it. Now, we're beginning
to know.
For instance, we now know that the
provision requiring everyone to have
medical insurance or pay a penalty is
a tax. Of course that's what many of
the opponents said at the outset. It's
also what President Obama denied,
vehemently, in an interview with
the Obama administrations agreeing
with Stephanopoulos. The penalty,
they argue in response to lawsuits
against ObamaCare, is indeed a tax
and the federal government has the
right to tax. There. That settles that.
Then there's the issue about medical
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Lunch Sented Kitchen Open Southern Knights Band Kitchen Open 2-5pm No Lunch Served Ron's Karaoke 7pm Lunch Served
11am-3pm 11-7pm 7-11pm 11am-3pm
Ron's Karaoke 7pm Southern Knights Band Kitchen open

Brealdast is back starting Sunday, August 1 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. This is also our next blood drive. Free breakfast to
blood donors.
Our kitchen is open Wednesday & Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., & Sunday from 2 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Our prices are reasonable and the food is delicious. Come on in and have a taste! The fourth Saturday of each
month is the S.A.L.'s all-you-can-eat spaghetti & meatball dinner from 5 to 7 p.m.
The Southern Knights band is playing for your listening & dancing pleasure every Friday & Saturday night from 7 to
11 p.m.
Please help us with donations for our troops in Iraq & Afghanistan. Lately donations have been few & far between. A
collection box is provided at the post. For more information call Shirley at 510-1919. Let's show them our support!

Post 305
6999 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach 367-1596
Bucky Burgers ALA Special Dinner
Bar Bingo 7pm Fish Fry 6-8pm Geno 7-10pm 4th of July picnic 6-8pm, $4 Harry 7-10pm 6-8pm
Food Served Entertainment 7-10pm 1-5pm Karaoke 7-10pm Frank Caine 7-10pm
Music by Eddie Miller

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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In just 11 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.

The shelter on Gulfport Beach has a
history that goes back at least to 1928,
when Councilman Marion Jones claimed
credit for it during his race for mayor
(which he won). It must have been
rethatched periodically, but doesn't make
the news again until R.W. Caldwell
donated funds for it in 1946, by which
time "the appropriate materials could not
be found and the roof was replaced with
metal panels.

You might recognize this building, known today as something other
than a community center. Where is it located, when did it arrive there'
and what's happened to it recently? Answer next week.

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(GUMTARG) established in 1962,
is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.
Unlike most non-profit corporations
that are only 50%, GUMTARG is
100% non-profit and has no paid
employees or directors.
GUMTARG financially supports
the Gulfport Auxiliary 7-16 building
solely. Every penny of all donations
are tax deductible and will go toward
building improvements. They accept
car, boat, and cash donations.
GUMTARG has kept the Gulfport
auxiliary building afloat since 1962.
They would like to thank Home Depot,
Kevin Yeaton, and Jim Newman for
their recent donations. To help, call
Jim at 727-742-5140.
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Towns Shores
Red Hatters
Just a reminder that the next get
together to make root beer floats will
be this Friday July 23 at 2 p.m. It
will be held in the clubhouse lounge.
Come join them and cool off a bit.
Guests are welcome for a nominal
Upcoming activities for August are:
monthly Bunko on August 13 at

1p.m. and a trip to the Red & Purple
Shoppe and lunch at the Tick-Tock
on August 24. They'll leave the
clubhouse parking lot at 9:45 a.m. if
anyone needs a ride.
Please call Carol at 345-2303 or
Carole at 343-4483 to RSVP.
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IVIeals on Wheels has
Urgent Need for Drivers
You can make a difference, one
meal and one hour at a time. Can
you spare an hour and a half to
deliver noontime meals to those in
need? Neighborly Care Network
has an urgent need for Meals on
Wheels drivers throughout Pinellas
County. Meals are picked up at one of
to seniors in your neighborhood
(maps and directions are provided).
They are looking for special people to
provide life-sustaining nourishment
to homebound seniors. Whether
you can deliver on a daily, weekly
or occasional basis, they need your
help. It's easy, it's rewarding, it's
Call Pat Hazell at 727-573-9444,
ext. 4190.

Shopping Special
Sophie's Attic Thrift Shop at First
United Methodist Church is located
on 53rd Street, near 28th Ave. S.
They are open every Friday and
Saturday morning from 9-12. They
want to help you enjoy back-to-school
shopping without putting a big hole
in your budget! They have new-to-
you clothes for very little money! We
have many blouses, slacks, skirts,
shorts, and some lingerie for women.
They also have men's slacks, shorts,
and shirts, kid's clothes, shoes, hats,
purses, and jewelry. They are having
a "Bag Sale" which means you can
fill a paper grocery bag with clothes
and/or shoes for just $5! Stop by on
9 and 12, to find out what's on sale
and save some money while you're
having fun!
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Seeks Vendors
If you are afoodvendor, craft vendor or
in Most Holy Name's Fall Festival,
send your contact information
to nolelover l@aol.com or fax to
727-343-6420. In the subject line
enter "Oktoberfest 2010" and a
reservation form with fees and
details of the festival will be e-mailed
or direct mailed to you. .
Food vendors will be stationed
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Center throughout the 4-day festival.
Space is limited both outside and
inside and will be assigned on a first
come first serve basis. Reservation
forms are also available in the rectory
office of Most Holy Name Church at
5800 15 Avenue S. in Gulfport. The
"Oktoberfest" fall festival has been
an annual event in Gulfport for over
30 years and will be held October
7 through October 10. This is a fun
weekend including rides, games,
food, dancing and entertainment.

Help Improve USCG
Building in Gulfport
Donations are needed for
improvements to the USCO Auxiliary
Building in Gulfport. Gulfport
Marine Training & Rescue Group

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Mariners Asked
to Use Caution
Corps of Engineers willbe conducting
dredging operations by the Blind
Pass and Johns Pass vicinities. Its
part of the beach renourishment and
erosion control. The work is planned
for July 19 through December 16.
Mariners shouldoperatevesselswith
caution in the area due to potential
for floating debris, increased traffic
due to dredging operations, floating
pipeline and large equipment
working in and along the navigation
channels. Mariners can monitor
channels 13/16 or call (904) 232-2258
for more information.

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. 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.

Be a Foster Mom or
Dad for Save Our Strays
Save Our Straysis a no-killnon-profit
organization dedicated to re-homing
abandoned cats and kittens. It does
not maintain a shelter facility and is
in serious need of additional foster
homes for its felines. They are not
able to accept new felines when they
have no available foster homes for
them. They also need volunteers to
in helping, please call 727-481-5262.
The rewards are great.

Gabber July 29- August A, 20 7 0

Let The Games Begm

By Leigh Clifton
Fierce Canasta players (Left to right): Petie Pawlikowski, Carol Ringland, Phyllis Miller,
organizer Julie Fuse, Sharon Stewart, Jan Fuse and Sandy Adams came to the fundraiser
for the Senior Center last Wednesday afternoon.
The Gulfport Senior Center held a very successful Card Game and Party
Fund Raiser last Wednesday afternoon, as almost 60 seniors showed up with
various card and board games to play for bragging rights and raffle prizes.
Organized by Julie Fuse, a Senior Center volunteer, the $10.00 entry fee was
applied to the Gulfport Senior Center Foundation and along with several local
business donations, Fuse said that almost $700.00 was raised. Special thanks
go out to Oyster Shucker, Kohl and Childs, Java Nirvana and Perfect 10 who
either donated gift certificates or merchandise. The new Brentwood Center on
Central Ave. and Wellcare were community sponsors.


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Join Them for National Night Out
GULFPORT- National Night Out is Tuesday, August 3 at 6 p.m. Gulfport
Crime Awareness and Prevention has planned an event along with the Gulfport
Police Department. Participants are gathering at the Neighborhood Center
(1617 49th St. S., Gulfport) for a kick off of the "Give Neighborhood Crime and
Drugs a Going Away Party".
The event will begin with a walk to show a united effort of both Gulfport and
St. Petersburg to include residents and businesses from both sides of 49th
Street. The walk will start at the Neighborhood Center, 1617 49th St. S.) and
go south to the Tangerine Greenway (Tangerine Ave./18th Ave. S.). Expected
guests include a representative from Congressman Bill Young's office, Senator
Charlie Justice, Representative Rick Kriseman, Mayor Mike Yakes and Vice-
Mayor Michelle King.
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The Tangerine Greenway will then be the site for the Going Away Party
featuring bike registrations, free helmets, child ID, safety tips, bounce house
and other free fun! Music by JD Burrell, food by Hungry Howies. The intent is
for community building and education with a united effort.
If you would like more information or to assist in the cause, feel free to contact
Jeri Reed at 727-548-5566 (days), 727-327-3509 (evenings) or by email at

Recovered Stolen Vehicle- 5700 Blk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Domestic Verbal- 1300 Blk 53rd St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 6300 Blk 11th
Ave. S.
Burglary- 5800 Blk 20th Ave. S.
Theft- 5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1400 Blk
Freemont St. S.
Monday 7/19
Drunk Person- 5200 Blk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Burglary- 900 Blk 58th St. S.
Theft- 2600 Blk Upton St. S.
Noise Complaint- 700 Blk Gray St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 4900 Blk 14th Ave.
Tuesday 7/20
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Robbery- 5700 Blk 12th Ave. S.
Burglary- 5600 Blk 28th Ave. S.
Criminal Mischief- 5900 Blk Tangerine
Ave. S.

Wednesday 7/21
Animal Complaint- 5200 Blk 14th
Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 5400 Blk Newton
Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 700 Blk Freemont
St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5000 Blk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Criminal Mischief- 800 Blk 60th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2200 Blk
49th St. S.
Stolen Vehicle- 2200 Blk 49th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 Blk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Animal Complaint- 700 Blk 59th St.
Noise Complaint- 5200 Blk 15th Ave.
Traffic Stop Failed to Stop- 2200 Blk
49th St. S.
Thursday 7/22
Animal Complaint- 5200 Blk 12th
Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 5400 Blk Newton
Ave. S.
Burglary- 1200 Blk 59th St. S.
Arrest on Warrant- Clam Bayou.
Theft- 2500 Blk Beach Blvd. S.
Burglary- 1200 Blk 60th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5900 Blk
Tangerine Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 3100 Blk
Beach Blvd. S.
Burglary- 5700 Gulfport Blvd. S.
Cruelty to Animals- 5400 Blk 30th
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- Tomlinson
Robbery- 6000 Blk 9th Ave. S.

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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during the
past week.
Friday 7/16
Cruelty to Animals- 5500 Blk 29th
Ave. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 3000 Blk
Beach Blvd. S.
DUI Investigation- 5400 Blk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Criminal Mischief- 900 Blk 58th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 Blk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2600 Blk
Tifton St. S.
Saturday 7/17
Animal Complaint- 2700 Blk 52nd St.
Trouble with Individual- 1400 Blk 49th
St. S.
Violation of Court Order- 5600 Blk
28th Ave. S.
Accident with Injuries- 2200 Blk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Hit & Run- 2100 Blk 58th St. S.
Noise Complaint- 4900 Blk 29th Ave.
Trouble with Individual- 5200 Blk 18th
Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 6400 Blk 10th Ave.
Domestic Verbal- 5300 Blk 8th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 Blk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Battery- 4600 Blk 29th Ave. S.
Sunday 7/18
Stolen Vehicle- 5800 Blk 21st Ave. S.

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District 51, Rouson, District 55,
for supporting the wishes of their
districts and voting to debate the
constitutional amendment to ban oil
drilling in Florida water.
After many months of claiming
they were against off shore drilling
3 of our Pinellas delegation members
voted the opposite and backed their
republican leadership and big oil
instead of the people of Pinellas. In
voting against debate for a November
referendum, Rep's. Frishe, District
54, Hooper, District 50, and Nehr,
District 48 deserted the people of
Pinellas County. The number one
industry in our county is tourism.
Many Pinellas residents make their
living either directly or indirectly
from tourism. 30% of our sales tax
revenue comes from tourism.
There are many things as Florida
republicans, democrats and
independents we can disagree on.
Oil drilling within 10 miles of our
shore line is not one of them. 71%
of the people of our state confirmed
this in the latest poll taken. The
Suncoast League of Cities, comprised
of Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco
county cities and led by Gulfport's
Mayor Mike Yakes, all voted and sent
resolutions urging our Tallahassee
representatives to ban oil drilling in
Florida water.
Those that voted against debating
the ban think we'll forget before
November, that they'll be able to
speak loudly over us with their weak
excuses and we'll believe them.
is not necessary, we already have
a law, yet just last year the Florida
house voted to forsake that law and
open Florida state waters to drilling
that means as close as 3 miles fro
our shore.
The people of Pinellas must not
forget. This is our livelihood and
our quality of life. When it's time
to cast your vote, remember the
slight and disrespect we were shown
in Tallahassee by these elected
officials. They didn't listen to us in
Tallahassee, maybe we can make
them listen in November.

PinOilaS FOffiliZ9f
Ordinance in Effect
Pinellas County's ban on residential
use of lawn and landscape fertilizers
containing nitrogen or phosphorous
took effect June 1. The summertime
ban will last until October 1. A
corresponding summer ban on retail
sales of the prohibited fertilizers
begins in June 2011.
The Pinellas ordinance is based on
one developed by the Tampa Bay
Estuary Program to reduce mtrogen
pollution carried in stormwater
runoff to the bay. Nitrogen is the
major pollutant in Tampa Bay,
and residential runoff (including
fertihzer) comprises about 20% of
the stormwater load. Hillsborough
County also is weighing restrictions
on use of residential fertilizers and
will vote on several options on July
Pinellas County has produced
brochures, displays, doorhangers
and Public Service Announcements
to inform homeowners of the
summer fertilizer ban, and TBEP is
assisting in funding and distributing
educational materials. Additionally,
TBEP has hired Salter-Mitchell, a
marketing firm whose credentials
include the popular "Chesapeake
Club" fertilizer education campaign
in the Chesapeake Bay, to develop
a 2-year fertilizer education plan for
Tampa Bay.
To learn more about proper
fertilizer use, and alternatives to
nitrogen-based fertilizers, visit tbep.
org or pinellascounty.org.
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Reduced Fees to Adopt
a Cool Adult Cat
Friends of Strays, a no-kill shelter,

as offer ultthe mth
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Summer for a reduced adoption fee.
Their shelter is overflowing with
kittens and they need to make room
for more strays. Cats three years and
older qualify and make wonderful
companions. Stop by the shelter
located at 2911 47 Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg Tuesday Sunday
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., call
727-522-6566 or visit www.

Gabber July 29- August A, 20 7 0

Ban Drilling
Submitted by- Gulfport City
Council member Michele King
last Tuesday,
July 20th,
I boarded a
bus at 5:30 in
the mormng
with other
P 1 ne 1 1 as
-t-ci Izens, young
and old and
took a ride
to Tallahassee. Our hopes were by
showing the Florida legislature our
concerns; we would prevail and they
would agree to put a referendum on
the ballot in November to ban off
shore drilling in Florida water.
Both the House of Representatives
and the Senate instead decided it was
more important to play politics and
deny the voters of Florida the right to
choose their own fate in November.
With the feeblest of excuses they
made outrageous claims as to why
banning oil drilling in Florida waters
was not a good idea. They tried to
tie their denial of the ban to economic
relief for our panhandle brothers and
sisters, when in fact; if the desire
existed they could have expanded
this special session to include
economic relief with just a super
majority vote. They claimed that the
ban only included oil and should have
encompassed other mineral rights
when one of the several bills on the
table that day did include oil & gas.
Because of the timing, a referendum
would have had to be approved by
August 4th to be included on the
November ballot, our window has
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In the case of XYZ, Ms. Smith andMr.
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Entity-purchase agreements do
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will often be a build up of the value
in the life insurance policy which
may, along with the policy death
benefits, be subject to the claims of
corporate creditors and susceptible
to alternative minimum tax.
In a cross-purchase agreement
arrangement, XYZ is not a party to

the agreement. Instead, Ms. Smith
Mr. Gonzales. Ms. Smith pays the
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does likewise. Under the terms of
the cross-purchase agreement, each
agrees to buy the other's stock in the
event of death using the proceeds of
the life insurance pohcy.
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insurance company pays the death
benefits to Ms. Smith that she uses
to buy back Mr. Gonzales' interest
in XYZ from Mr. Gonzales' estate.
Again, the Gonzales family gets
the liquidity they need to settle his
A cross-purchase agreement
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death benefits from the imposition
of corporate alternative minimum
tax and corporate creditors. Second,
it provides a step-up in cost basis
for the surviving shareholder and
the decedent. These are significant
benefits when the surviving
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other partner.
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the progress.
At the North Pond, heavy
out the pond in hopes that it
will divert stormwater runoff
away from the Bayou and
into the pond, assisting in
cleaning it of contaminants
before the water enters Clam
Bayou's estuarine system.
King said the District's
plans for enlarging the North
Pond involve removing what
it deems invasive vegetation
and replanting the non-
invasive vegetation.
"They are reusing some
of the plants that they can.
They have a whole line of
full-grown palms that they
moved. They're trying not to
destroy anything," she said,
crediting Janie Hagberg for
preserving the trees.
"The way Janie drew her
ponds, she actually drew her
ponds around some of the

trees they wanted to save,"
Ms. King added.
While touring Clam Bayou,
she said she was amazed at
the vast scope of the project.
"We talk about it being three
retention ponds, but it is so
is," Councilwoman King
said. "The thoughtfulness
of nature taken to insure a
project that not only captures
and cleans stormwaterrunoff
but also provides habitat for
bird, fish and mammals-
including us. When the
project is complete kayakers
will be able to travel to
almost all of the preserve."
The tour was also a
learning experience for
her, the councilwoman said
as she explained that two
freshwater ponds would
provide food for birds not
quite old enough to eat food
that comes from saltwater.
Along the tour, Ms. King said
she witnessed life existing in
tandem with the backhoes
and other machines.

"I saw blue crabs in there
and little tiny fish... it was
amazing to me. We saw
osprey hunting, tri-color
herons, great blues, and
ibis on this trip," she said.
As she reviewed the list of
creatures seen on the tour,
an immature black-crowned
night heron perched on a
remaining tree limb above
the dry pond.
In determining how to try
and fix the damage to the
Bayou, King said the District
opted to use a baseline from
90 years ago.
"In spite of things that were
done to the bayou in the 50s
and 60s, this project brings
it back as close as possible to
what nature intended. This
project uses the 1920s as a
baseline, which enables the
project to be more natural
than using any time after,"
she explained.
At this point, the
councilwoman said, the city
has the chance to address
Other stormwater issues.
"We have an opportunity

with them, at this point,
to resurrect the other
stormwater project. If they
do that project there's a
couple of other things that
they want to addressing Clam
Bayou," including adding
baffle boxes or something
similar in two areas by 29th
Avenue and 45th Street,
where the roads drain
directly into Clam Bayou. If
SWFWMD can resurrect the
49th Street project, they will
add that in, she said.
If all those things happen,
the District "will have done
everything theycantorestore
that Bayou," according to the
For more information and
updates on the Clam Bayou
restoration, please visit
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Other areas of the bayou.
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talked about laughing as he watched
rehearsals. Certainly, there is laugh-
ter. But don't think for a moment that
this is a comedy: it's a far cry from the
company's last mainstage production,
November. This is a serious play with
serious themes, and even the lev-
ity is somehow serious. The comedy
is dark, and at some points you may
wonder why you chose to sit in a dark
theatre and edge dangerously close to
But it's delightful in it's sobriety,
and Swanson you may remember
him from his one-man show, This
Wonderful Life- is dynamic onstage.
Coppinger, too, has a powerful stage
presence; the two are well-matchedin
their strength onstage. Brian Webb
Russell offers the majority of the com-
ic relief, and Garland and Tom Now-
icki are more than up for their roles.
If director Todd Olson could have
done one thing differently, it would
have been nice to see more of the un-
derlying dynamic between Sharky
and Nicky, because the two almost
master their conflict onstage.
In all, The Seafarer finishes Ameri-
can Stage's season strongly and sets
the right mood for audiences to ea-
gerly anticipate their next season
where, hopefully, patrons will have
the chance to see talent equal to what
the company put onstage for Fences,
This Wonderful Life, and The Seafar-
er this season.

The Seafarer runs through August
15 at American Stage in downtown
St. Petersburg. Call 823-7529 or visit
American Stage online at American-
Stage.0rg for ticket prices and show
Cathy Salustri has worked as a
stage manager for local professional
theatres. You can contact her at
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(L-R) Steve Garland, Richard Coppinger, Brian Webb Russell, Tom Nowicki and Christopher

By Cathy Salustri

The Seafarer could depress you. It
could annoy you. It could drag on far
too long, leaving you squirming in
your seat.
It could, but, thankfully, it does
not. This show, the final in American
Stage's 2009-2010 season, runs close
to two and a half hours, but the su-
perb acting moves the playwright's
potentially laborious pace moving
along swiftly.
The Seafarer takes place on Christ-
mas Eve in the home of two brothers
who love to drink. The older brother,
Richard Harkin (played by Richard
Coppinger), lost his sight relatively
recently and needs the help of his
brother, Sharky (played by Christo-
pher Swan), to navigate life. A visit
from a stranger complicates what
should be an enjoyable, if not a little
too drinks, Christmas Eve, filled with
friends, cards, and lots and lots of
Irish whiskey.
As is custom with American Stage
productions everything runs flaw-
lessly. Sets, lights, sounds and act-
ing all merge together to create live
theatre. Nuances of lights, effects,
and set design, like the red glowing
light over the picture of Jesus, or the
snowy television set at the opening of
the show, enhance the performance
rather than distract.


However, the first few minutes of
the show seem to take forever as
the playwright, Conor McPherson,
takes his time belaboring the point
that these two brothers are loud,
drunken losers- he could have made
that clear with half the words. Since
Swan, Coppinger and Brian Webb
Russell (who plays Richard's friend,
Ivan Curry) play their roles master-
fully, this impatience is not born of
incompetence; it is born of wanting
to get to the part about the mysteri-
ous stranger.
When Steve Garland and Tom No-
wicki finally make their appearance
onstage, as Nicky Giblin and Mr.
Lockhart, respectively, the energy
onstage shifts and things start to
happen. Throughout the loud, bois-
terous apartment (if you have sen-
sitive ear drums, ask for a seat to-
wards the back of the house) and out
into the unseen alleyway, the quartet
(minus Mr. Lockhart) create quite a
ruckus; when things quiet down so
Mr. Lockhart can tell Sharky what
he wants, it seems as if they've start-
ed to whisper.
The theme of The Seafarer is not
new; it's been done before, with
different settings and people and
words. It runs the risk of almost
being depressing, despite director
Todd Olson's introductory speech
on opening night, during which he

Seafarer Sails at American Stage

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Buys Estates/Anti ues, Coins, Gold, Jewelry
Clean-outs. John utorius 727-667-4598.

Bruce Ungerleider, M.D.will retire 7/15/10. Re-
cord Request: P.O. Box 48626, St. Petersburg,
Florida 33743 or 727-341-2273.
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MOVING SALE-Everything Must Go! A little
Bit of Ever thing. Mommy's Won't want to miss
this one. rand New Items and Outfits. Dad's
Come see the Tools and Workshop Stuff. Also
Washer and Some Furniture. 5360 43rd Terr.
N. Sat. & Sun. 9am.-5pm.
HUGE RUMMAGE SALE-First United Meth-
odist Church in Downtown St. Petersburg. Fri-
day 8/6 8a.m.-2p.m., Saturday 8/7 8a.m.-2p.m.
Last Hour of Sale, 1p.m.-2pm. Fill a Bag for a
Buck! 212 3rd St. N.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY-Friday & Saturday
9-2pm. 4929 9th Ave. S. Rain or Shine. Gulf-
9_gFle-63 rket. Vendor Space Available.
JUMBO YARD SALE!-Saturday 9-4p.m. 4463
38th St. S. Cooks & Bakers Dream, Kitchen
items. Women's Clothing Sizes 16-24. Men's
Clothing Medium to Lare. 30 Years of House
Cleaned. Something for everyone!
313 65TH ST. SOUTH.-Sunday 8am -9
Household, Furniture, Clothing and Misc
3 FAMILY- Saturday 8-? 2313 54th St. S.

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Opportunity Part-Time from Home. Go to
www.abminfo.com Sign up Online. ID #3011
David S.

HAIR STYLIST WANTED- Chair Rental (can
be split between 2 stylists), $154/Wk. Hair De-
signs, 6641 Central Ave.727-418-6109.

Downtown St. Pete Location
12-8pm Hae.-Sat.

Part Time on Call. References, Background
Check and Car a Must! RENT-A-HAND. Lic#
5842. 347-3424.

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Lamps, Books, & Much More 727-381-6046.

1P9 rBUWC eC NhTUIRYh rioV6,H sChu
Premier Concert Sound System $950. Call
Frank 727-452-8008.
1993 FORD TAURUS-Fair Condition, $650.
Will Accept reasonable offer.541-4163.
1995 PONTIAC FIREBIRD-Good condition.
Runs good, V6, 3.4 Itr. $800 0.b.o. Must Sell.
Steve 727-320-3717.
1997 CHRYSLER SEBRING Convertible
Great Shape, Fully Automatic, Leather Inte-
rior, New TIres. $2300. 321-948-3887.
2005 VW CONVERTIBLE- 59K, Manual
5-Speed, Pale Blue, Excellent Condition.
$14,900. Super Cool, 727-343-9232.
CASH PAID FOR CARS- Prices Subject to
Steel Market Value. 727-328-8004.
UP TO $500
Paid For Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. 727-458-
7710, 727-458-3721.

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OVAL DINING ROOM SET-with Leaf, 4 Chairs
& Matching China Cabinet (light wood). 2
wrought Iron Bar Stools $300.727-367-6937.
L.L. BEAN QUEEN FUTON-Black Metal with
Denim Cover $100. 727-692-7442.

Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.

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bU twP nM IhsFI toRte n8 tSoelFullr $S ndCu
Frank 727-452-8008.
Regular Mower $35. 727-345-5378.
SlaM thp7s ler2 ?purchase products.

All Kinds. Call Frank 727-418-8297.
NORITAKE CHINA-Oriental Pattern. Service
for 12. Perfect! $130. obo 727-321-3547.

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CAST NET-Make Offer.727-520-2799.
na Yard Prices. Specializing in Building, Modi-
fication, Fiberglass & Gelcoat Repair. 24 Years
Experience. Call Steve, 727-365-3210.
WET SLIPS-From 25' to 55' Sail of Power.
1 6 Access to Gulf. 4 Slips Left. 727-

Tortoise Shell. 10 weeks old, Will Deliver 727-


3BR/2BA HOME-near Child's Park. New In-
terior Paint and Tile Floors. CHA, $850/Mo.
and $500/Deposit. 4537 11th Ave. S. 727-424-

3BR/2BA, Den, C/H/A, W/D Hooku D/W
Screened Porch, Pets Ok. 944 17thp St. N
$1049/Mo., Section 8 ok. 818-368-0809.
Entrance & Bath. Walking distance to Beach &
Beautiful Art District. No Smokin /Pets. $500/
Mo. or $125/Wk. plus Deposit. Cale Included.
House Privileges, Private Entrance, Parking,
W/D, Electric, Water, Cable/Wireless. Refrig-
erator. Included. No Smoking/Pets, 727-916-
0916 or 727-916-1660.
$700/Mo.+1 MonthSecurity.2220YorkSt.So.
Also 2BR Available. 321-1793 or 502-7530.
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 327-5368.
GULFPORT MARINA-2Br/2Ba, Fenced Yard,
$950/mo. Neat and Clean! 727-417-1462.
RENT OR OWN TERMS- Corner Lot Co Ina
Key, Furnished, 2BR/2BA Must See... Ca lu
NORTH ST. PETE-Updated 1BR, On-Site
Laundry, Off-Street Parking. $585/Mo. 108 SW
Lincoln Circle N.727-688-9799.
3BR/1.5BA NEAR ST. PETE-College. Tile/
Hardwood floors, Washer/Dryer hook-up.
Small Private Complex. $895/Mo. Includes
Water. WALTON REALTY 727-458-3613.
Apt. Newly Painted, Utility Room. Close to
Shopping/Beach. $775/Mo. Also Efficiency, St.
Pete Beach, $565/mo. Excellent Condition &
Location. 727-345-7036.
2BR/2BA CONDO-St. Pete. Over 45 Commu-
nity. Pool, Clubhouse, Freshly Painted $795/
Mo. $500/Security. Call Ken 727-417-1462.

2br-1.5ba, 1135 sq ft condo walk to
shopping, bus-dr.Priced reduced to
$700.00 a month, annual rent.

2BR APT. IN GREAT GP-Neighborhood. Tile
Floors throughout, Lots of storage. Nice Yard.
Walking Distance to Town, Minutes to Beach.
$650/Mo. plus $600 Security 727-328-1810.
73rd Ave. N. 2BR/1BA, Tile Floors, C/H/A,
W/D Hook-up. Shed, Fenced Yard. Nice. 727-
STUDIO APARTMENT- Remodiled, Fenced-
in Yard. Quiet. Parking. W/D Includes Electric,
Water, Cable/WiFi $600/Mo. + Security. No
Pets. 727-916-0916 or 727-916-1660

Gabber July 29- August A, 20 7 0

Known to Fail) Oh, most beautiful flower of
Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heav-
en. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immac-
ulate Virgin, assist me in my necessity.Oh Star
of the Sea, help me and show me here you
are my mother. Oh Ho Mar Mother of God,
Queen of Heaven and arth, humbly beseech
you from the bottom of my heart to secure me
Into my necessity (make request). There are
none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary,
conceived without sin, pray for us who have
recourse to thee (3) times. Holy Mary, I place
this cause in your hands (3) times. Say this
prayer for three consecutive days and then
you must publish and it will be granted to you
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be promised. Oh Holy St. Jude, Apostle and
Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles,
near kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful inter-
cessor of all who invoke your special patron-
ei me fh n ed, theaT anhda mebTubr
to whom God has given reat power to come
to my assistance. He p me in my present
urgent petition. In return, I promise to make
your name known and call you to be invoked.
St. Jude, pray for us all who invoke aour aid.
Ge Say 3 Our Fathers, 3 Hail M ry &S.3

- St. Michael, the Archangel, Defend Us In
Battle; Be Our Defense Against the Wicked-
ness and Snares of the Devil. Ma God Re-
buke Him We Humbly Pray; and o You Oh
Prince of the Heavenl Host, By the Power
of God, Thrust Into He Satan and the Other
Evil Spirits Who Prowl About the World For the
Ruin of Souls. Amen. St. Michael, I Resort
to Your Protection and in My Faith, Offer This
Light Which Shall Burn Every Tuesday Com-
fort Me in My Difficulties and While Lod ing in
the House of Our Savior Intercede for de and
My Famil That We Will Be Able to Hold God
Close to ur Hearts and Be Provided for in All
of Our Necessities. I Beseech You, to Have
Infinite Pity in Regard to Favors I ask of You
(Name Them So That I May Be Able To Over-
come All Dif iculties as You Did the Dragons
at Your Feet. Our Father (S bTimes Hail
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cession and Each Tuesd a Candle Shal
Be Li hted and aC ofThis P er Lft in
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PERSONAL ITEMS $4.50 for 10 Words and

2BR/1BA$795/Mo.plusSecurity Garden Set-
ting. Very Clean, Ceiling Fans, CHA, Water &
Garbage Included. No Section 8. 727-424-
Included. Pets ok. $115/Wk. 6282 10th Ave. S.

1BR/1BA, C/H/A, W/S/G. Near Beach, Shops
& Restaurants. First & Security. $30 Applica-
tion Fee. $695/Mo. Annual. 727-417-6915.
LARGE 1BR/1BA APT.-$575/Mo. C/H/A, Wa-
ter Paid, Laundry. Small Quiet Complex. Pet-
4en SLmokelMssbRaeserved Parking. 727-360-
4350 7TH AVE. N.-rear Studio Apt. Furnished,
Alley Access. $550/Mo. yearly plus Electric.
Ralston's Realty Company, Diane Owner/Bro-
ker 727-367-6702.
5290 27TH AVE. N.-2BR/1BA Masonr Ga-
rage, Great Neighborhood. Washer/DryNook-
up. WALTON REALTY 727-458-3613.
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! $735/Mo.727-
PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $13 per
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Stetson. 1BR Apt. W/D, Tile, Newly Remod-
eled. No Pets. No Application Fee. 4926 29th
Ave. S. 727-729-0385 or 727-543-1789.

QUAINT EFF. WITH-New Carpeting. Private
Entrance, Laundry on Premise, Direct TV,
Gated Private Yard. Walking Distance to Ma-
rina and Shops. $500/Mo. plus 1st/Iast 954-
DOWNTOWN ST. PETE-9th Ave. N. Nice
1920's 2 Story Home. Walk to North Shore
Pool and Pier. $1195/Mo.+ Call for More Infor-
mation 727-502-9479.
COZY & CLEAN 3BR/1BA HOME-near Gulf-
rtc erFam I pdatd e ,7L2au r7
GREAT DEAL!-$700/Mo.includes water, elec-
tric & cable. Great Location on Pinellas Trail.
Remodeled 1BR/1BA, C/H/A, W/D, No Pets.
Karen, 727-776-5233.

$6p uos A tr nn ud atoerr/U IT /
Maintenance. No Smokers/Pets. 716-693-

Bath, Cable TV & Utilities $475/Mo. Also have
storage available. 727-343-6350.
FURNISHED ROOM-mini Kitchen, Remod-
eled, Quiet, Wooded. Close to Sho s and
Bus. $105/Wk. plus Security. 51st. St. 727-
from $400-$500 Month@kAp locations and
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945-1528 www.homes areprogram.org

1.4br/2ba house, 46th St.N. $1400 mo.
2.2br/2bacondo $195mo.
4.575119thAve.,2br/1.5baplusgarage $950mo.
We can rent your house/condo

NORTH ST. PETE HOUSE-$850/mo. 646 47th
Ave. N. 3Br/1Ba. Central. H/A, Carport, Shed,
New Paint & Carpet. W/D hookup, Dishwash-
er. Large fenced yard, 6ft. high fenced board
on board. Call 727-527-3542

Ci eANNiAeNDQuTtA BhRbAphto n Lak uM. .
ac. Carport, $500/Mo. or $650/Mo. Utilities
Included. No Dogs 727-637-4477.
and Bath. Close to Bus/Shopping. $525/Mo.
plus Utilities. Background ChecR Required.
Pasadena/Gulfport Area. Perfect for Stetson
Student 727-434-0424.
1BA. W/D, Detached Workshop/Stora e Bldg
Pool, Fenced Back Yard, Pet Friend y, $97
Mo. Marie Drew, RE/MAX, 727-657-1259.

15thAVESO.3br/2baNewerblockconstructionSEC80K ONIX $945
27thAVESO.3br/2batilefloorsCHAWDhookupsCornerlot $865
3rd AVE SO.Near the'Itop 2br/1ba, CHA, SEC 8 OK Only $595
SHORE DR.1br condo water view & pool.No petsNice Price $595
MURPHYAVE.N.Nicelylaidout2br/1ba.utilityrmCHAFencedYard $865
MONTANA AVE.NE 3/2/2 CHA great location call for details $1075

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18th Ave. S. Combined Lots 132x120 Current-
I Rented $1600/Mo. Income. $150,000. Will
finance 20% Down 727-463-8250.
DYNAMITE DEAL!-Best Price in Town
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HOME TO SHARE-Furnished, Cable, Con-
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ty, Utilities Included. No Smoking, Security De-
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OFFICE & RETAIL SPACE- From $398-$791/
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TOWN SHORES NEW LISTING Groton House #114, 2 bed, 2 bath, custom ground floor unit, a must see, Building allows
patios on 1st floor units, park at door. Asking Price $175,000
WINDSOR HOUSE #108, 1 bed 1.5 bath, newly updated kitchen, pet friendly bldg. Deluxe condo
located in the popular Windsor Bldg.* New Dining Room floor, sells furnished. Covered carport"* Outside patio OK Priced at $149,000
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
AVALON #202 2 bed/2bath deluxe unit, updated tile, carpet, paint, carport, move in condition. Just Reduced! Now $82,000
Best Price for newly remodeled unit.
AVALON #206 1 bed/1 bath, standard unit, Dog Building, completely updated kitchen, bath, furnished, curb parking. Reduced to $79,000
CHATHAM HOUSE #204, Pet friendly building, 1 bed 1 bath deluxe, updated mirrored wall, open updated kitchen, tile
steps to carport Offered at $88,900
CHATHAM HOUSE #305, Pet friendly building Beautifully updated 1BR/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, Pet friendly building, 1 bed/1.5 bath, deluxe unit, furnished, convenient park by entrance, Reduced to $145,000
ETON HOUSE #207, Updated 1BR/1BA standard unit, new windows, a/c sells furnished, curb park, move in ready, excellent shape,
Priced at $75,000
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
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.. Just Reduced $99,500
JAMISON #210 Owner motivated, 2 bed/2bath standard unit, new kitchen, bath, pool views, carport, move in condition.
Priced @ $119,500
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.
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 POSSIBLE SHORT SALE
GULFPORT HOME Gulfport Art District 3 bed 2 bath split plan, updated master bedroom, pool home, located on
brick streets with loads of trees, steps to Gulfport Art District. Home can be viewed in 2 weeks time. Priced at $225,000
MARINA DISTRICT 2661 45th St. S.71 frame home. New windows, alc, roof, crown molding. Office, bamboo floors.
Great Price $183,000
2650 Tifton St. 8. 3/1 Cape Cod, 1.5 lot, fireplace room for boat/trailer. Reduced $125,000
Gulfport 1713 59th Street South, Gulfport 2 bed 1 bath block home, updated move in ready. Attached carport, shed,
landscaped. Steps to Holy Name Church, Stetson College Campus Priced well at $139,900
PASADENA HOMES PASADENA BEAUTY- 554 65th Street S. Pasadena Estates, 3 bed/2bathl2car
split plan, shows pride of ownership. Custom Interior, 2 fireplaces, 2 lots, 2 garages, separate workshop, parking for boats, trailer, etc.
Priced at $298,000

Pasadena Golf Club Estates 4 bed 3 bath split plan, 2 car garage, custom pool home,
surrounded by "Lush Landscaping" circle driveway. Priced at $894,900 A Must See!

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