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Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann,
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Place of Publication: Gulfport, Fla
Publication Date: October 7, 2010
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Inside
this week...


Stetson Library
110th Anniversary
see page 5

Gulfport's First
Green House
see page 6

Gulfport Teens Help
Clean Calm Bayou
see page 12

Town Hall Meeting
see page 8

What's Your Art
Worth?
see page 11

Animal Blessings
see page 15

Tangerine Greenway
Construction
see page 17

City Incorporation
Re-enactment
see page 22

Public Comment
from Council
see page 27

Commissioner
Reimbursed for Fees
see page 34


WWW.THEGABBER.COM
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Sparse Turnout at Amendment Four Fo

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Eight people attended the Amendment Four Forum at the Gulfport Casino
last Thursday night.


A Peek at the 2010
Census
By Melissa Lattman
How much has changed in the
last three years? The American
Community Survey by the U.S.
Census Bureau looks at how geo-
graphic areas with a population
over 65,000 change each year. The
figures for 2009, which were re-
leased last week give a portrait of
Pinellas County by the numbers.
The number of household de-
creased but household size stayed
steady at 2.2 people.
See Census, page 36


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By Cathy Salustri


Despite a sparse turnout
at last Thursday night's
Amendment Four Forum,
proponents of both sides
presented their cases for
and against the amend-
ment.
The forum, hosted by
the University of South
Florida's Institute of Gov-
ernment, was open to the
public and prepared
See Amendment, page 31


Ten Years on 49th Street:
Safety Issues
Part Two of Three
By Cathy Salustri
Ten years ago Gulfport started a plan to overhaul
the 49th Street Corridor. Last week, the Gabber
looked at how the city addressed the original plan's
tactics to improve the appearance of the area. This
week we examine how the city dealt with issues re-
lating to increasing safety along 49th Street.
Original goals, set by the Economic Development
Advisory Committee, or EDAC, are numbered; the
action taken over the past decade is described be-
neath each numbered goal.
See 49th Street, page 34


See 2,229 Miles, page 16


2,229 Miles, A Ride for Charity and Respect
By Leigh Clifton
2,229 miles- that's how many miles it is from Santa Barbara,
California to St. Petersburg, Florida. Miles and miles of hills, valleys
and desert heat. It's how many miles a 14 year old boy, Thomas
Jessop, from Santa Barbara, California biked across the country to
raise awareness and money for the "half homeless"; those people
who, by some circumstance, have lost their homes and now live in
their vehicles.
The program, called Safe Parking, stemmed from a massive legal
maneuver the city of Santa Barbara had staged against the homeless
in an attempt to stop them from parking within the city limits. They
began a hard- line approach, ticketing and harassing people to move Thomas Jess
their vehicles. 2,229 miles


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OPEN
9-5 Mon Wed, 9-2 Fri, Closed Thursday
Publishers / Editors
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Customer Service / Sales
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Contributing Writers
Gina Forgetta, Bill Northrop, Anne Rush
Photographer / Education Reporter
Leigh Clifton
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City Hall Beaches
Melissa Lattman
MelissaLattman@theGabber.com
City Hall Gulfport
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Columnist
Bill Northrop
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Production
Anne Rush, Jeff White
Distribution
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Serving
Gulfport, South Pasadena,
Azalea, Grand Central District,
Northwest St. Petersburg, Tyrone,
Kenwood, Central Oak Park,
Southwest St. Petersburg, Maximo,
Tierra Verde, St. Pete Beach,
Pass-A-Grille, Treasure Island,
Pinellas Point
Circulation 13,000-15,000
Deadlines
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Display Advertising Tuesday 5 pm
if proof is required Monday Noon
Classified Advertising Tuesday 5pm
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Visit us on FaceBook
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The views and opinions expressed in this publication are not
necessarily those of the Publishers, advertisers or employees
of the Gabber.
The Gabber is not liable for any errors in advertising beyond
the cost of the first printing of any advertisement.
Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers.


Hours for Alcohol Sales
Extended in Gulfport
Bars and other establishments sell-
ing beer, wine and liquor in Gulfport
will soon be able to do so until 3 a.m.,
extending current permitted hours
by an hour. This does not extend to
package stores. This law will not go
into effect until the city votes on it a
second time.

Pension Plan Approved
for Gulfport Firefighters
City Council voted unanimously
Tuesday evening to approve an or-
dinance amending the firefighter
pension fund. The changes update
language and address other house-
keeping measures.


2010 Candidate Forum
On Thursday, October 7, the
Gulfport Casino will host a 2010
Candidate Forum at which voters
can listen to and meet the candidates
for office in the upcoming November
election. Candidates will make a brief


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statement; then take questions. All
federal, state, and local candidates
for office have been invited, and the
response has been very good.
The forum will begin at 7 p.m. and
will be moderated by the League of
Women Voters of the St. Petersburg
Area. A full bar will be available to
purchase refreshments.
The event is sponsored by the
Gulfport Democratic Club, the
St. Petersburg Republican Club, and
the Florida Nurses Association.
Take this opportunity to educate
yourself about the upcoming election
so that you can make a more informed
choice.

Beach Emergency
Services Continue
The City of St. Pete Beach will con-
tinue to provide emergency services
to Pinellas County. The city commis-
sion approved on Sept. 28 a one-year
extension to the current contract,
which provides Advanced Life Sup-
port First Responder services for $1.1
million for the year.







Rehearse for
Reenactment Tonight
For those who are interested in
participatinginthe 1910Reenactment
event (Incorporation of Gulfport) on
Tuesday, October 12 at 7 p.m. at the
Casino, there will be a rehearsal.
The rehearsal will take place at the
Gulfport Neighborhood Center at
1617 49 Street S. today, October 7 at
7 p.m. Extras are needed, so if you
would like to be a part of Gulfport
history come join in the fun! For
further information, please contact
Bob Worthington at 727-916-8014.

Concert on the
Point Returns
The Gulfport Chamber of Commerce,
the City of Gulfport and the Gulfport
Merchants Association are once again
collaborating to host a free concert
on Friday, October 8 featuring "Hip
Abduction". The Carribbean/Reggae
sounds start at 7:30 p.m. with beer,
wine and hot dog concessions on the
waterfront behind the Recreation
Center at 5730 Shore Boulevard S.
For more information call 344-3711.


CLARIFICATION
Last week the Gabber printed
a story on the Gulfport Blues
Fest. The event was sponsored
by the cities of Gulfport and St.
Petersburg, the Gulfport Chamber.
The Gabber regrets any confusion
it may have caused.


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Stetson Law celebrated 110 years as law library named
for Dolly and Homer Hand


GULFPORT, Fla. On Oct. 2, Stetson University College of Law, Florida's
first law school, celebrated 110 years of legal education by naming the law
library on its Gulfport campus after philanthropists Dolly and Homer Hand.
"Dolly and Homer Hand have nourished academic excellence at Stetson
University for more than 50 years. We are grateful for their philanthropy and
feel privileged to name the law library in their honor on our 110th anniversary,"
said Dean Darby Dickerson.
Dolly Hand was the only woman in her 1949 graduating class and the youngest
student to ever graduate from the College of Law. She is a 16-year trustee of
Stetson University, and a member of the College of Law's Hall of Fame. Her
husband Homer has received Stetson Law's Distinguished Service Award and
numerous civic awards.
The Hands are long-time supporters of education and the arts in Florida.
In 1996, they were presented with the Champion of Higher Independent
Education in Florida Award.
The Dolly & Homer Hand Law Library was built on Stetson's Gulfport
campus in 1998 and is one of the most advanced legal research centers in the
southeastern U.S. The library houses more than 420,000 volumes, including
a collection of statutes, court reports, journals and treatises. The academic
law library also houses an archive of documents from the Nuremberg war
tribunals, donated by Stetson's long-serving dean and judge at the tribunals,
Harold Sebring.
The generosity of Dolly and Homer Handis evident across Stetson University's
four campuses. In 2007, the Hands donated a $1 million lead gift for the 5,000-
square-foot Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center on Stetson's DeLand campus.
The Hand Art Center houses a massive collection of works by Modernist painter
Oscar Bluemner and features two galleries, a foyer gallery and reception area,
an art study and seminar room, and an art preparation area and vault.

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Gulfport's First "Green House" Grows Energy, Not Plants


Green house co-owner Van Emery stands in what will be his 'Great Room' when the house is finished in
December. He and his partner Stuart wanted to go as 'green' as possible and decided on a recycled steel
frame house.


By Leigh Clifton
By the end of December
Gulfport will have its first
"Green House", a house
that's been L.E.E.D. (US
Green Building Council's
Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design) pre-
liminarily rated as a Gold
project. L.E.E.D. offers four
certification levels; Certified,
Silver, Gold and Platinum.
In order to be L.E.E.D. cer-
tified, a building must meet
136 points of specific build-
ing practices, which will
vary slightly with the size of
the home.
Built for partners Van Em-
ery and Stuart Fraser by lo-
cal builder Michael Knettle,
the house is actually a kit
from Kodiak Steel, which is
a specialist in recycled steel
house frames for houses
built in hurricane or flood
zones. The recycled steel for
this one house weighs in at
91,000 lbs, which includes
the beams, studs, steel sid-
ing walls and steel roof.
"Once we purchased the


steel frame, we looked
around for a builder to put
the house together for us,
lay the foundation and do
all the finishing work. Van
and I looked at four differ-
ent builders but none of
them either wanted to work
with steel or had little or no
experience with it. Finally,
Michele King recommended
builder Michael Knettle,
who not only has experience
working with steel, but is an
architect as well. We knew
that would be helpful of we
needed to add of modify any
of the plans," said co-home
owner Stuart Fraser.
The first thing Knettle did
was to survey the foundation
area. What he found could
have been a bit daunting at
first for another builder.
"Based on the soil report, we
were told that we wouldn't
hit any water until we were
5'0" into the ground. How-
ever, we actually hit some
at a foot and a half when we
started excavating for the
foundation. With such an
extremely high water table,


we decided to dig down an-
other two feet into the wet
soil and fill the base of each
of the pier locations with
concrete slurry, which ex-
pands when wet and absorbs
several times its dry mass in
water. This gave us a stable
working surface at the base
of each of the holes for the
piers. It required many more
yards of concrete, but gave
me the peace of mind know-
ing that the foundation was
sound. It's like the founda-
tion has a foundation," Knet-
tle explained.
"The foundation is a series
of 18 3'x3'xl'6" deep concrete
piers under each of the col-
umn points and then bonded
together with a concrete
grade beam that is 1'0"x 1'4"
and runs the entire perim-
eter and down the center.
This allows for differential
settlement: any one of the
piers could settle at a differ-
ent rate with no effect on the
structural soundness of the
house," Knettle said.
The house is a virtual for-
tress; it can withstand hur-


ricane force winds up to 155
MPH and is at an elevation
of 15.25 ft, well over the AE
13 flood zone. It was also de-
signed to withstand a 4.2 to
5.6 earthquake, just in case
those tectonic plates decide
to dance a bit.
But it's the many other
"Green" features that make
it such an overall energy and
water conserving residence.
There are 3.89 KW solar
panels, which will heat the
solar water heater. There is
a grey water recovery sys-
tem (water from the washer,
showers and bathroom sinks)
that will be used to flush the
toilets. There is a rain wa-
ter recovery system; a 1,000
gallon tank that will collect
rainwater for irrigation.
The insulation is well over
the required for code re-
quirements and the windows
are double-paned. Finally,
the light fixtures are LED,
the AC has 2 zone program-
mable thermostats and all
of the appliances are energy
star certified.
The house overlooks sce-
nic Wood Ibis Park and Lake
and there will be a lovely foy-
er in the front of the house,
with stairs leading up to the
living area. The house will
have 2400 sq. ft. of living
space upstairs 1680 sq. ft.
of garage space downstairs
with 240 sq. ft. allocated for
the foyer.
The L.E.E.D. "Green
House" will be finished ten-
tatively by December 31st,
so Van and Stuart can have
a belated Christmas and cel-
ebrate the New Year in their
new home. They are both
looking forward to seeing the
fabulous finished product.

To take a look at the on
going construction, stop by
5820 27th Ave S. For infor-
mation about the steel home
company Kodiak Steel, go to
www.kodiaksteel.com.


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September 27, 2010. She celebrated
at a party given by Egret Cove. The
family sends their gratitude to the
staff for all they do and a special
thanks to all her friends who
brought gifts and flowers.


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Jennifer Salmon listed citizen concerns and discussed them during her Town Hall meeting
last week.


"I have no cookies," Gulfport coun-
cilmember Jennifer Salmon joked
as she opened her quarterly town
hall meeting last week. The coun-
cilwoman explained to newcomers
that she made cookies for her first
town hall meeting, but said she had
a pool play date with her son that
afternoon and didn't make cookies.
From there, Councilmember
Salmon moved into talking about
her past months on council. She said
council "has been a real up-and-
down learning curve for me," but
added that she liked the town hall
formats.
She asked the 12 people in at-
tendance to give her a list of their
concerns. Those concerns included
the reserve fund, specifically, Cindy
Davis said, the marina reserve fund.
"The cash cow, you mean?" Coun-
cilwoman Salmon asked.
Bob Newcomb asked to discuss
public comment at workshops, while
Barbara Miszaros wanted to talk
about the recycling program's pos-
sible expansion. Al Davis suggested
that the city needed to have a way
to review the city manager, clerk,
and attorney's performance.
"The city, in the process of chang-
ing city managers, doesn't have an
assessment process. That concerns
me not only for the incumbent, but...
it's very difficult for taxpayers to
vote for retention or tax increases
if they don't know how that person


measured up," Mr. Davis explained.
Mr. Newcomb said he felt the city
should account for actual expenses
and benefits offered by facilities like
those at the Recreation and Senior
Centers. Mr. Newcomb, who fre-
quently makes fiscal-minded sugges-
tions to council, also later added that
he felt the city should adopt a line
item budget.
"Our form of government has a lot
to do with how we budget," he said.
Without a line-item budget, he add-
ed, those preparing the budget "can
technically take your budget and
slide stuff around like you wouldn't
believe... and believe me, they do it.
So we have a system that's not very
transparent."
Councilwoman Salmon initially
explained her take on why public
comment might not be appropriate
at workshops.
"Sometimes the public comment
can get sort of stinging.... whatever
little bit of camaraderie we've estab-
lished can get lost. You can roll your
eyes, you can hate me for saying it,"
she said.
Other issues included a suggestion
to increase the council size, perhaps
by splitting the Pasadena Yacht and
Country Club and marina area off
into separate districts, sunsets on
different ordinances, and the cost
and benefits of public programs.
One resident also commented that
she noticed that the mayor spoke


about the effects of applause on
the Clerk's ears when the applause
resulted from a council decision or
comment but not when it was in rec-
ognizing an individual for an award.
The Clerk has told the Gabber that it
does not hurt her ears when people
applaud.


Community Center
Rental Rates Lowered
The St. Pete Beach city commission
approved on first reading lowering
weekend rental rates at the commu-
nity center. Four hour rentals would
be $1,000; 6 hours for $1,500, 8 hours
for $2,000.


St. Pete Beach
Continues Troop
Support
Terri Finnerty thanked individuals
and companies for donations to Sup-
port Our Troops. Donations ranged
from coffee to dog biscuits for a ca-
nine unit to money to cover postage.
About 100 boxes go out each month
to military personnel serving in Iraq
and Afghanistan. Postage costs about
$1,250 each month plus money is
needed to purchase additional items
for the care packages. A special cer-
tificate of appreciation went to resi-
dent Mimi Gewanter for her faithful
monthly donations.
The non-profit just went on Face-
book, put "SPB Support Our Troops"
in the site's search box.


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Folkfest St. Pete 2010
By Leigh Clifton

The Fourth Annual Folkfest St. Pete was
held downtown last weekend on Central Av-
enue, in front of Creative Clay Studio. Over i
50 artists exhibited and 10 musical acts, in-
cluding the Indigo Girls Ronny Elliot and
Dar Williams, played over the three-day fes-
tival. In addition, there were children's en-
tertainment booths and local food vendors
to feed the masses.
Folkfest St. Pete is the brainchild of Cre-
ative Clay's Executive Director Grace-Anne
Alfiero, who wanted a showcase for the tal-
ented challenged artists that study at Cre-
ative Clay as well as a fundraiser for the
studio.


Kids from the Song and Dance Troup Pizzaz watch
as a local artist throws pottery on the wheel while .
another trims the hardening clay into shapes.


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Oktoberfest 2010"
Hip, Hip Hooray! Hip, Hip, Hooray! It's "Oktoberfest 2010" at Most Holy Name
Jesus in Gulfport, FL. This festival has been celebrated for over 30 years and
each year it only gets better. The festival runs from October 7th to October 10th.
On Saturday, October 9th our feature entertainment will be the ever popular
"JELVIS" from 6pm to 10pm. Rides, music, food, crafts, raffles and more will
make this "Celebration of Life" an event to remember. Presale ride tickets are
available at a discounted price thru Thursday, Oct. 7th until 3pm in the Rectory
office (727-347-9989). Come join in the fun at 5800 15th Ave So., Gulfport, FL.
Festival dates are Oct. 7th thru Oct. 10th and times are 6 to 10pm Thursday,
4 to 11pm Friday, 1 to 11pm Saturday, and 1 to 8pm Sunday. The Most Holy
Name of Jesus parishioners wish to say "Happy 100th Birthday Gulfport".


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Congrats, Margaret!


Margaret Hauptle, a long time
former resident of Gulfport,
recently turned 102 years old!
While in Gulfport, Margaret
enjoyed fishing from the Gulfport
Pier and the Sunshine SkI\\.i\
in the 60s and 70s. She remained
physically active by walking,
raking leaves and mowing her
grass. She was an active member
of Holy Name Catholic Church.
She volunteered for the Gulfport
Reassurance Program for many
years. Traveling was fun and she
often took chartered bus tours.
When she turned 90, she went
to live with her daughter and
her family in Houston. When the
family moved to Asheville, NC, in
2002, Margaret moved too.
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! She takes
no medication. Her good health,
some say, comes from her strong
closeness to God, an optimistic
attitude, and a sense of humor.
And ice cream, in moderation!


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Fire Prevention
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ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg
Fire and Rescue celebrates National
Fire Prevention Week 2010 with the
21st Annual Fire Prevention Block
Party on Saturday, October 9 with
in waterfront Vinoy Park, 701 North
Shore Drive N.E., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Admission is free. The public can
stroll through Safety Village where
parents and children can learn about
how to keep loved ones safe and
sound. This year's Block Party also
features fire trucks and vehicles on
display, inflatable games, fire and
rescue demonstrations, a helicopter
landing courtesy of Bayflite, K-9
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treasures and collectibles people brought. Pictured are appraiser Walter Hodgdon and
St. Pete Beach resident Judy Rutledge. Rutledge wanted to get more information on the
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October 10 at 6 p.m. at ( h.il l.i\\.iys,
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Monthly Meeting
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The GFWC St. Petersburg Woman's
Club at 40 Snell Isle Boulevard N.E.
will be holding their monthly meeting
on Friday, October 8 at 1 p.m.
Following the program presented
by the Education Dept., a business
meeting and refreshments will be
served. Guests are welcome.
The St. Petersburg Woman's Club is
anot-for-profitvolunteer organization
committed to serving the community
through hands-on projects and
fundraising as well as leadership
development. They were organized
in 1913 and are affiliated with the
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Park Series. The free public concerts
will feature great local talent from
7p.m. to 10 p.m. every Friday night in
October at the Community Center's
Horan Park, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive.
The St. Pete Beach Civic Association
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Boulevard in Pinellas Park from
1-4 p.m. Admission is $10 for
members and $15 for guests. Food
and drinks are also available.
On Thursday, October 28, Bobby
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Admission is $5. Food and drinks are
available.
Call 343-8028 or 397-1875.

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The Garden Club of St. Petersburg
will be holding its Horticulture for
Weekend Gardeners, (aka the "Night
Bloomers" Circle) on Tuesday,
October 12 at 7 p.m. at the Garden
Center, 500 Sunset Drive S. in St.
Petersburg. The Program will be
Water Color Painting with Meletha
Everett. This will be a hands on
workshop learning to paint flowers.
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phone numbers. It is a bonus 15 Episcopal Church.
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The Parking program was
begun only after homeless
advocatesmountedsuccessful
legal challenges to the
aggressive law enforcement
policy.
The City of Santa Barbara
then set aside public and
company parking lots,
largely unused at night,
as designated place for the
homeless to park. There are
no facilities offered at most
of the lots, so it is often a
tenuous and dangerous way
to live. Thomas volunteers
as an outreach person,
dropping off sack lunches to
the folks in the lots. He also
volunteers at the Catholic
Charities food pantry 4-5
hours a week. Thomas knows
all of this first hand; he, his
father Jess and 15 year old
brother David have been
"half homeless" for six years.
They live in a 1981 converted
school bus, named Solstice,
which has the upper half of a
1983 VW Vanagon welded to
the top. He and David sleep
up there. They have three
dogs; Spooky Doo, Yeehaw
and Yatzi; all three are loud,
comical and love to sit in
the driver's seat when Jess
drives the bus.
Father Jess was a CEO of
a major dot.com back in the
day; if you use email, chances
are, it's because he designed
some of the protocols. They
had a mansion, a Rolls
Royce and all the trappings
of success, the Good Life.
When the bubble burst, Jess
found himself unable to ride
out the rollercoaster. He
couldn't get hired; he was
too qualified. He was also a
Vet who suffered from Post
Traumatic Stress Syndrome.
When he was working, he
had kept the depression at
bay; after the dot.com bust,
he grew despondent, and
within a year, he and the
boys traded in their mansion
for Solstice. It was not an


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easy thing, yet both David
and Thomas exude such an
air of hopefulness. It's been
six years.
But back to Thomas...
He's a kid, a young man
who speaks deliberately,
with a huge white smile
and engaging green eyes.
He's been home and virtual
schooled, graduating high
school at age 12. He's a
computer wizard; with a dad
like his how could he not be?
He was ready for college, but
it wasn't ready for him. He
started at Santa Barbara City
College that year, but they
reneged on their acceptance,
telling him to wait until he
was at least 15 so it would be
easier for him to relate to the
other students.
"I want to study Robotics
and Bio-Chemistry," he says.
"I've been taught how to use
computers since I was a baby.
I want to design and build
advancedprosthetics, cyborg-
style; the kind you can't tell
is a prosthetic. I want to help
people with disabilities feel
more comfortable with their
disabilities."
Last May, Thomas decided
he wanted to compete in


the IronKids Competitions
and hooked up with Team
Echelon, a prestigious biking
club based in Santa Barbara.
They have 12 pro cyclists
and 8 Olympians on the
club roster. Thomas wasn't
even a biker; he just decided
that he wanted to do it. He
started training on an older
Trek racing bike someone
in the club had given him
and started training hard
for the grueling IronKids
races which are like mini
Triathlons; a three mile
swim, an eight mile bike and
two mile run. The idea hit
him to ride across country,
competing in the IronKids
races AND promote the idea
of the Safe Parking program.
The final destination: St.
Petersburg, Florida, home
of the National IronKids
Competition, October 3rd.
He left in June, after a month
of training, at first riding in
front, to the side, then finally
drafting off the back of the
bus as Jess drove, which
seemed the most efficient
way to do it, riding anywhere
from 60-120 miles a day; his
longest was 158 miles in one
day. He got up to speeds of


40 MPH. Along the way, he
stopped wherever there was
an IronKids competition
and started placing high in
the stats. In Denver he hit
a snag... actually he hit the
back of a van who had come
to a sudden stop, putting his
bottom teeth through his
lip, severing an artery and
breaking a bone in his hand.
"I lost a lot of blood right
away," Thomas said. "So
we had to spend a month
in Denver so I could go to
a specialist after the first
repair on the lip broke
open. He added a few more
stitches the second time and
it was ok. It still feels a little
weird," he said as he touched
the inside of his lip with his
finger. After that, he only
traveled behind the bus; it
was safer.
Along the way, Thomas,
David and Jess stopped at
Unity Churches along the
route. The churches had
agreed to collect donations
for Thomas to use to help
start up Safe Parking
programs in other cities and
bring awareness to the plight
of the homeless. So far, he's
collected almost $7000.00


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in donations. He has no corporate
sponsors, but will hopefully try and
interest a few of the biking industry
leaders in his cause.
Thomas wants to be in London
2012 as an Olympic competitive
biker; he also wants to ride the Tour
de France. But he's still working on
conditioning; although there's no age
limit, he will have to be in optimum
shape. He's only 14 and his muscles
are still developing.
But what makes Thomas Jessop
an everyday hero is that he took his
adverse situation of being essentially
homeless, turned around and has
helped others, volunteering his time
and energy. He is a driven, engaging,
kind and wonderful young man.
He is generous to others and when
he could have been bitter and sad,
became instead a compassionate
humanitarian at the tender age of 14.
He saw a need for change then went
out and tried to make it happen. At
the National Championships in St.
Pete last Sunday, he placed 8th...
in the Nation. He started in May.
Not too shabby. Pretty awesome
actually.
Thomas has a website:
www.ttaa.us
and is on Facebook as Team Thomas
across America. Check him out.


Sidewalk Chalk
Art Contest
The Gulfport Recreation Division
will be hosting a free Sidewalk Chalk
Art Contest at the City of Gulfport's
100th Centennial Birthday Bash
on Saturday, October 9 at Chase
Park (28th Ave. and 53rd St. So.).
The chalk art contest will be from
4-6 p.m. with the winners announced
shortly after. Registration begins at
3:45 p.m. Winners will be chosen in
six grade categories: K-1; 2-3; 4-5;
6-7; 8-9 and 10-12. There will be gift
certificate awards for each category
winner. There will also be a bounce
house/slide combo for the children to
enjoy from 4-7 p.m. The City's 100th
Centennial Birthday Bash will be
heldfrom 4-9p.m. with guided trolley
tours, a mullet toss, live music, arts
and crafts, flea marketers, hot dogs,
a fish fry and free birthday cake.
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Tangerine Greenway Construction Begins Next Year
GULFPORT- Long-awaited construction bridging sidewalks with boardwalks will
begin next year. Tuesday evening Gulfport city council approved the construction
of two bridges. The Florida Department of Transportation will fund the almost-
$80,000 cost of the project.

St. Pete Beach Receives Grant For Energy Efficiency
The city received a $250,000 federal grant to improve energy efficiency. On Sept.
28 the city commission awarded to Hill York the contract to review the city's en-
ergy usage and recommend and install improvements to reduce energy costs. The
design and implementation project includes analyzing the city's utility bills and
measuring how the city is using energy. Hill York will come up with a list of energy
saving recommendations ranking them based on how much money they would
save the city, said Robert Pulsifer of Hill York. It is anticipated the city will save
its match for the grant in about a year.


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Bill Orzech, Gulfport: "I don't
think we should even have a two
party system, let alone a three party
one. Let's just have one party; the
American Party. I don't think the
Tea Party will have much influence
on November's elections. They're
tagging onto the original Boston
Tea Party mentality; Taxation
without representation is tyranny.
But that's not even relevant here. I
disagree with their platform entirely.
People like Rush Limbaugh like
these candidates. He's nothing but
an agitator. They should name an
appliance after him. But the Tea Party
is getting a lot of publicity because
they say they're different. They try to
associate with progressives. Maybe
it's a good thing, but I don't agree
with them at all. Let's just have one
party, the American Party."
partythe Aerica Party


Elizabeth Burbank, St. Pete
Beach: "I see no difference between
their influence and that of the
Million Man March; they're both
just platforms and I don't think the
Tea Party will have much influence
over the elections at all. They bill
themselves as a third party in a two-
party system. But they need to be
careful; they come across as the ultra-
conservative right. Lots of people
with conservative values don't quite
know what to think of the Tea Party
candidates. Now, I don't like the
government having so much control;
I'm a registered Republican and I
think the Tea Party might be a bit
too extreme even for me. I grew up in
California; we're pretty conservative
in our politics. But to me, more laws
mean less freedom."


Theresa Gillen, vacationing in
St. Pete Beach: "I'm so tired of them
telling everyone they're a progressive
party; their message isvery confusing.
I think they have a hidden agenda.
Because they've gained so much
popularity, other fringe groups have
now jumped on their bandwagon.
They don't really seem to have a
clear message. The other groups are
diluting whatever the Tea Party's
message really is. I mean, what IS
there original message? What makes
them different? I don't trust them.
They've picked up endorsements
from people like Sarah Palin and so
many other "personalities' that follow
her. Most of those candidates have
never held any political office. What
will they do if they get into office? I'm
very wary and turned off by them."


John Keith and dog Shelby Lynn, Gulfport: "Yes, I think they have relevance but
they won't make much of a difference in November. I just don't think they have that
much clout. I think that both the Democrats and Republicans are stronger than the
Tea Party in terms of influence. I think there will a lot of people voting in November,
but a lot of people, like me, are voting for the individuals, not the party. Republicans
are probably due to get a majority of the House and Senate. But people like Charlie
Crist, who's running as an Independent, not a Republican or Tea Party candidate,
will still run away with the election. I'll vote for him and I think a lot of people will
cross party lines to vote the person. So I don't think the Tea Party will get much
traction or make that much of a difference."


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1950 2nd Ave. No., St.Petersburg, FL. 33713
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Can there be a church without a creed? We
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Discussion 10:15 AM
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St. Luke's United Methodist church
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moonwalks, bounce house and slide,
games, cotton candy cakewalk, face
painting, children's costume contest
and prizes. Free entry food and drink
available for a nominal fee. They are
located at 4444 Fifth Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg. Call 321-1335 or visit
www.st-lukesumc.com.

Who Let the Dogs In?
Gulfport Presbyterian Chuch
announces a worship service for dog
lovers and their dogs on Monday
evenings through October 11 from
7-8 p.m. The informal worship service
will include a scripture reading,
short reflection, prayers and joyful
songs. Treats for dogs and humans
will be served following the service.
Donations of dog food will be accepted
for the Gulfport Senior Center to
help low income residents struggling
to keep their pets. Please have your
dog on a leash. Gulfport Presbyterian
is located at 5313 27 Avenue S. Call
321-8086.


St. Alb 's
Episcopal Church
Sand Day School
0 a home on the beach
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8 and 10:30 am
-330 85th Ave., St. Pete Beach
c727-360-8406
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8229 46th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33709
For: "Church Unusual"
No Creed But Christ,
No Law But Love,
No Book But the Bible
Wonderful Music By:
Shiloh's Worship team featuring
"Lisa Davis"
Life Changing word by: Pastor Anita Ayers
Sunday 10:30am & 6pm *Tuesday Bible Study 7pm
Thursday Prayer Meeting 7pm
http://www.shilohsplace.net* http://www.anitaayers.org
For more info call:
Al Dix: 727-417-2921 or Deb Nelis 727-515-4115


MOST HOLY NAME
of JESUS PARISH
5800 15th Avenue South
Gulfport, Fl, 33707 Church 727-347-9989
www.mostholyname.org
Parish Office: mon. 9-5,Tue-Thu 9-3, Fri 9-12
closed daily noon 1 pm
Catholic Mass Schedule
Sunday Obligation: 4:30 pm Vigil, 8am,
9:30 & 11:30 am en Espanol
Daily Mass: 8am Mon-Fri., 6pm Fri, 9am Sat.
Holy Days: 6pm Vigil, 8am,
Noon & 7pm en Espanol


First United Methodist
Church of Gulfport
www.gulfportumc.org

321-3620
Sunday Mornings
Sunday School 9:15a
Traditional Serv. 10:30a
Fellowship for all 11:30a
Wednesday
Supper Buffet 6:00p
Bible Study 6:45p


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United Church of Christ
You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
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Gulfport's Incorporation to be Re-enacted
On October 12, 1910, 30 of the town's 38 registered voters met at the Casino
to cast their ballots on the question of incorporation. After the vote for approval
by a margin of 23-7, a mayor and council were elected, as well as a town clerk
and a marshal, and the name "Gulfport" was officially, though not unanimously,
accepted.
On October 12 of this year, 2010, citizens will re-enact that vote in celebration of
Gulfport's centennial. The event, which is free to the public, will be held at 7 p.m.
at the Casino Ballroom, 5500 Shore Boulevard S., as part of an Open House, and
all are invited to attend.
Former Councilmember and Vice-Mayor Bob Worthington is organizing the
re-enactment, and anyone who wishes to play a role should contact him at 727-916-
8014. Mr. Worthington, whose family has been in Gulfport since the 19th century,
is a great-grandson of one of the original councilmembers, Henry Slaughter.
* *


By Mary Marsh
Autumn Blooms
The Art Guild of Treasure Island
offers a bright opening show at
The Treasure Island Community
Center through November 4.
We'll introduce members George
Greenfield, Claire Paultre and
Curtis Sneary. Later we will meet
Ron Reid and Rosemary Utzinger.
The ink-jet digital photographs
of George Greenfield demand
attention because of their brilliant
colors and creative compositions.
George is exhibiting "Undersea
Fantasy", "Jungle Fantasy" and
"Untitled". Perhaps his most
intriguing entryis"OrchidFantasy"
filled with cerise petals and
streamers against a background of
rich blues and greens.
Claire Paultre brings us her clear,
fresh watercolors in two serene
landscapes, "Sunflower Field", and
"Causeway". In contrast, Claire
uses warm, rich hues in "Still Life
with Oleander" and even more
dramatically for the appetizing
"Choux Rouge". Here in a strong
composition, she captures a freshly
picked bunch of green celery and
deep red vegetables, grouped
around a pewter pitcher.
Curtis Sneary offers his
Impressionistic acrylic paintings of
St. Petersburg's downtown streets.
He has two views of Central
Avenue where lovely trees shade
classic terra cotta-hued buildings.
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park for an old "Beach Drive Hotel"
and "Summer Bike Ride on Beach
Drive" where he captures the sun-
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The City of Gulfport, along with the Gulfport Merchant's
Association, the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce, the
Gulfport Historical Society and the Gulfport Arts Center will
be providing several events celebrating of the incorporation
of Gulfport.
* This Friday the City of Gulfport and the Gulfport Chamber
of Commerce kick off the Gulfport Centennial with a Fall
Concert on the Point located behind the Gulfport Recreation
Center at Shore Blvd. and 58th St. S. This free concert is
on Friday, October 8, from 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Bring your
beach blanket or chair and join the fun. Refreshments
provided by local community groups. or chair and join the
fun. Refreshments provided by local community groups.
"Butch Thomas and Friends" will perform Motown music and
more! Please, no coolers or food baskets allowed. For more
information contact the ( 'h.iiimi.-- at 727-344-3711.
* On Saturday, October 9 at 11 a.m., the human Sunclock,
donated by the Gulfport Historical Society is unveiled at
Veteran's Park (corner of Shore Blvd. S. and 54th St. S.). It
will be spread out on the ground in Veterans Park (corner
of Shore Blvd. S. & 54th Ave. S.). When a visitor stands in
the middle, their shadow will cast on a given number which
tells the time. The "clock" will present a quote from Florence
Fussell, (great-granddaughter of Samuel Slaughter and
Rebecca Arnold, and granddaughter of their son, Henry), with
many of Florence's family members from children to great-
grand children in attendance. All are invited to the Human
Sunclock dedication.
Also on Saturday, October 9 from 4-9 p.m. is the City
of Gulfport and the Gulfport Historical Society's Centennial
Birthday Bash at the Gulfport Museum at 5301 28 Avenue S.
and adjacent Scout Hall and Chase Park. Children can sign
up for Chalk Art Contest and enjoy other free activities. You
can check out crafters and flea marketers along 28th Ave. S.,
take a guided trolley tour of Old Gulfport and try your hand
at the popular Mullet toss. Grilled hot dogs and a traditional
fish fry dinner are available for purchase. Music begins at
5 p.m. and will be provided by Liz Pennock & Doc Blue and
the cast of the play "Gulfport the Musical" will also perform
various numbers from the original Gulfport play.


On the date of incorporation at the actual
location, the Gulfport Casino, Tuesday, October 12 at
7 p.m., a reenactment of the actual incorporation of Gulfport
from 1910 will be performed by Lynne Brown (Gulfport Author
and Historian) and Bob Worthington (Ex Gulfport Vice Mayor
and Councilmember) among other community actors. On that
day, the Gulfport Casino Ballroom, 5500 Shore Boulevard S.,
will be "open to the public" and everyone is welcomed to pay
a visit to one of Gulfport's historic landmarks.
* The Gulfport Senior Center will host a Gulfport Centennial
Art Show on Friday, October 15 from 6 8 p.m. The entrance
will be at the Theater lobby at 5501 26th Ave. S. in Gulfport.
For more information, call 727-893-2237 or 727-893-1231.
SOn Saturday, October 16, the Gulfport Centennial
Celebration is scheduled to have several major activities
throughout the day. The event is to be held on Beach Blvd. S.
in the downtown Art District (between 28th Ave. S. and Shore
Blvd. S.) Along with arts and craft vendors, cruise to the
antique auto show from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. along Shore Blvd.
S. Live Entertainment performs on the main stage in front
of the Casino and the Merchant's stage by the Out Post (30th
Block of Beach Blvd. S.) starting at Noon. Musicians on main
stage include: Barefoot Tommy, 2 dog Night, Double M and
headliners, Buffalo Strange. Musicians on the Merchants
stage include: Sterling McGee, Paul Anthony, ALL CAPITAL
KYLE and headliners, The Urban Gypsies. Speaking of the
Casino, step inside and view phenomenal art as local artist
show their work at the Centennial Art Show from 1- 9 p.m.
and again on Sunday, October 17th from 10 a.m. 3 p.m.
Later on, several Gulfport restaurants cook up the best of
their best at the Taste of Gulfport at 4 p.m. Grab a chair and
head to the beach to view a nostalgic water-ski exhibition
on Boca Ciega Bay at 1 p.m. The Lions Club is serving up
their traditional Shrimp Boil bay side of the Casino at 4 p.m.
And to top off the evening, enjoy free fireworks at dusk. Now
that's a party!
All celebrations are "free admission" and all are welcomed to
the events above. For more information or to receive Gulfport
event information, email gbiron@mygulfport.us or call Gail
at 727-893-1118.

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ling program, increasing participation from 32% to the state-mandated the fall season with its Thursday
r. Sopak says he also aims to sell recyclable materials to help keep costs Night Fine Dining Night starting
fund the program, which showed an almost-$12,000 profit last fiscal October 7. The menu is classic
Central Southern Italy cooking
itly the city collects aluminum, #1 and #2 plastic, newspaper and some and varies weekly. Dinners are
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Alberto Vasquez, MD, Board Certified in Neurology
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I Healthy Aging
William Minnix, MD, Board Certified in Internal Medicine
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Ash Ragab, MD, Board Certified, Fellowship-trained Spine and Orthopedic Surgeon
OCTOBER 26 Dinner 4:30pm Seminar 5:00 pm
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OCTOBER 27 Light lunch: 12 Noon Seminar 12:30 pm
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Public Comment


& Council / Commission Quotes

September 28, 2010
St. Pete Beach City Commission Meeting


"You may have noticed some large pipes on the Bay-
way."- City Manager Mike Bonfield, explaining the pipes
on the side of the Pinellas Bayway are part of Progress
Energy's project for replacing an underwater line. The
pipes are part of the utility's work along Gulf Boulevard
to install backup lines for a main feed coming from under
the water, which was no longer in service.

"I disagree with the general increase in the mill-
age...I understand the need of the reserve fund to
increase but I don't think so in this particular econ-
omy."- Mayor Mike Finnerty- on adopting the roll back
rate for taxes and favoring keeping the 2009-2010 millage
rate instead. The adopted roll back rate of 2.6718 is .1884
mills higher.

Can we please remember we are talking about one
pot of money? Commissioner Al Halpern- as the com-
mission discussed the merits of including various items
and how much to include to cover the items in the bud-
get.


"I have seen people crossing the street with them
and wow do they get your attention."- Commissioner
Bev Garnett, on the new crossing flags available at some
cross walks along Gulf Boulevard.
"But $30,000 to spend in our day when we have peo-
ple homeless and children not fed...I am asking you
what is more Christian to give (money to families
for Christmas gifts) or spend this money for very
nice decorations?"-Resident Mimi Gewanter, suggest-
ing spending the holiday lights money on gifts for families
in need instead of citywide holiday lights.

"When I was deployed I missed the birth of my first
daughter."- An excerpt from a U.S. soldier's letter who
expressed appreciation for a Support Our Troops care
package that helped him as he was away from home dur-
ing the birth of his child.

"I would not take a house note out that I did not
understand."- Vice Mayor Jim Parent- during the dis-
cussion on reviewing potential upcoming legal fees and
reflecting those anticipated costs in the city's budget.


October 5, 2010
Gulfport City Council Meeting
"On behalf of So49, we would just like to say 'Thank "A lot of people are just kind of lazy or from a different
you' to the city. We had an awesome time," Jeri Reed, generation where goods are disposable to them,"- Pub-
about the Tangerine Blues Fest. Ms. Reed said that a portion lic Works Director Don Sopak, about challenges recycling
of the proceeds will go to All Children's Hospital. programs face.


"From my angle, it doesn't look like this is causing us
any extra work," Chief Robert Vincent, about extending
permitted alcohol sales by an hour.
"Ipersonally don't think it's a good idea,"- Councilmem-
ber Jennifer Salmon, about extending liquor sales within the
city by an hour.


"I'll personally give somebody a $50 reward for (in-
formation that leads to) a citation for harassing our
wildlife. That's intolerable,"- Councilman Sam Hender-
son, who said he had to bury a local duck because it had been
abused. Councilman Henderson brought this up in relation
to the city's trial-period of allowing bikes in the skate park
on Sunday, which he said was being abused.


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ItStoroscoDe Guide


LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Do not
be too quick to judge situations this
week. Jumping to conclusions will
prove unwise. People will surprise
you. Loved ones who usually act one
way will take an unexpected tone.
And you have a couple of tricks up
your sleeve, too. So it's just best not
to make any assumptions.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). People
who think they know quite a lot
about a certain world will give you an
earful of information. You'll definitely
learn something from what you hear,
but you shouldn't take it as gospel.
There are many ways to accomplish
what you're trying to do. Your way
is as good as anyone else's. Follow
through!
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
You'll be working with one you know
well this week. Though the two of
you are mutually supportive and
understanding, this relationship is
still a lot of work. Knowing that it's
not all going to be easy will help
prepare you for what's ahead. With
the right attitude, you'll be able to
turn a challenge into your next great
victory.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
Friends encourage you, but enemies
motivate you like crazy. There are
certain people who bring out your
competitive edge and light a fire in
your belly. You just want to show
them once and for all how good you
can really be. Channel the natural
rivalry in a positive direction by
letting it spur you to new heights.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).
Buckle down and get things done
before you meet up with friends or
begin doing your family's bidding.
Neglecting your own work to focus
on others might seem like a minor
sacrifice now, but it will become a
major issue later. Take care of all of
your responsibilities first, especially
the ones that have to do with only
you.


PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You're
so intuitive now that you could
have conflicts with the more logical-
minded people you know. They just
can't believe that you could make a
decision without going through the
same processes they go through. They
might even make you think you're
wrong. Make it easy on yourself --
continue to follow your gut.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). You're
still not totally sure about your
next move, so don't make one! Keep
writing down the ideas, talking,
asking questions, researching and
brainstorming. Let this phase play
out for as long as it takes to form
a plan you are 100 percent certain
about and can really stand behind.
TAURUS (April 20 M.i\y 2" I). Go often
to the one who is an endless source
of positive energy. It's a relationship
that will sustain you through the
highs and lows. This person will
buoy you when you get tired, refuel
you when you've used your resources
and, most importantly, make you
laugh at yourself when you get overly
serious.
GEMINI (Ml.,y 21-June 21). You
have your own agenda. So if someone
makes an unusual number of
demands on you, you'll likely react
poorly, unless that person happens to
be charming, beautiful andhumorous.
Then you'll gladly change your plans
in order to do his or her bidding. As
driven as you are, you also need to be
entertained!
CANCER (June 22-July 22).
Love has worked in different ways
throughout your life. You were loved
by someone else before you knew
how to love yourself. Later, you loved
yourself first and others followed
suit. You continue to teach others
how to treat you. This week, you'll
be re-creating relationships and
learning new ways to give and take.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You have a


strong sense about whom you should
trust. You can't put your finger on the
exact reason why one person seems
credible and another does not. It has
to do with micro-expressions you read
and intangible things you just know.
You don't have to be able to explain
it, but do follow those instincts -- they
are right on.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). There
are always those around who are
blessed with such outstanding
abilities it almost doesn't seem fair.
But don't compare yourself to them
or anyone else. What you have is
pretty great and very workable. In
fact, it's all you'll ever need in order
to succeed. Find people to help you
use your talent effectively.
This Week's Birthdays: Stellar
opportunities are presented to you,
most notably in the next 10 weeks.
You'll experience a financial spike in
November and August. In December,
loved ones inspire you to create
and express yourself. With an open
heart, you give unconditionally.
Your personal life blossoms as you
reach out to interesting people whose
lives will be altered for the better by
knowing you. You play matchmaker
with good results in March. Additions
to the family arrive in May.




Music at Gulfport
Beach Pavilion
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Open
Tuesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
"Copa Jane"
Wednesday, 1-3 p.m.
Open
Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Open
Friday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Good 01' Boys Bill Howeth &
Wayne Howeth, Jr.
Saturday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Open
Sunday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Italian American accordion by
Woody for fun & dancing
Donations accepted
Weather permitting

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Amendment,
from front page
for debate with chairs set out for 75
people,
cookies, and beverages.
Eight people showed up for the
forum, including Gulfport Council-
woman Jennifer Salmon, the only
elected official in the audience.
In short, simple terms, Amendment
Four would make it a law that if a
local government wanted to make
changes to the way land is used, vot-
ers would have to approve or deny
the changes.
Amendment opponents tout St. Pete
Beach as a reason to vote against
Amendment Four. Their literature
and speakers one of whom inaccu-
rately called a St. Pete Beach activist
group Save Our Little Cities instead
of Save Our Little Village say that
the lawsuits on St. Pete Beach result
from a "local version" of the amend-
ment.
Opponents also said that the amend-
ment would put over a quarter mil-
lion Floridians out of work, reduce
the state's "economic output" by $34
million, and cost taxpayers money
with each referendum. Finally, the
Citizens for Lower Taxes and Stron-
ger Economy, who had literature at
the welcome table Thursday night,
purport that amendment advocates
"want to stop growth at any costs"
and "may encourage sprawl."
Those in favor of Amendment Four
say amendment opponents "will tell
any lie, distort any fact and use 'scare
tactics'... to keep voters from having
a say about proposed large scale de-
velopments." Florida Hometown De-
mocracy, a group with literature at
the welcome table, said "there is no
comparison between St. Pete Beach's
use of its charter to give voters a say
in some comprehensive plan deci-
sions and how the statewide Amend-
ment Four proposal would work."
For more information about Amend-
ment Four, including the actual
ballot language, visit the following
sites:
Ballot language:
VotePinellas.com/index.php?id=1746

For Amendment Four:
FloridaHometownDemocracy.com
Against Amendment Four:
Florida2010.org

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St. Bede's Boot Sale
A Boot Sale, reminiscent of an old English yard sale, will be held Saturday,
Oct.16 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Bede's Episcopal Church, 2500 16th St. N.
There will be plenty of treasures so come prepared to shop for jewelry, collect-
ables, household items, clothing, books and much more.
And, a bake sale with homemade cakes, pies and cookies along with a lunch.
Money from the sale will go toward church outreach projects.

Free Showing of Ghostbusters
On October 15, a very special event at the Beach Theatre (315 Corey Avenue, St.
Pete Beach, 727 360 6697, www.beachtheatre.com): a free showing of the clas-
sic comedy "Ghostbusters", starring Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd! Along with
the screening, The Real Tampa Bay Ghostbusters will be there in costume, with
anti-ghost guns and the Ectomobile! Bring the whole family out to get pictures
with them! The event starts at 6:30 pm!


An Intimate Afternoon of Humor, Story & Song
featuring "Florida's" Own Multi Talented Donn Jett
Thursday, October 28th Catherine Hickman Theatre
2 Shows 1 pm & 3pm 5501 27th Ave. S., Gulfport
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Leisure



Recreation Center 5730 Shore Blvd. So 893-1068


RECREATION WEBSITE-www.
mygulfport.us and follow the links: City
Departments, Leisure services, Rec.
Center.
ACTIVITIES
Open Gym- Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Annual reg. $2 res/$20 non-res.
Open Gameroom- Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$20 non-res.
PROGRAMS
Teen Night Teens, age's middle school
to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m. Annual
reg. $2 res/$20 non-res.
SCHOOL YEAR CHILD CARE PRO-
GRAM Ongoing registration contin-
ues for the 2010-2011 School Year Child
Care Program for children in Kindergar-
ten thru age 14. Non-refundable annual
registration 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.
Transportation provided from Pasadena
Fundamental, Bear Creek Elementary
and Gulfport Montessori.
TOT TIME PROGRAM Ongoing reg-
istration continues for the 2010-2011
Tot Time Program for ages 3-5. Non-re-
fundable annual registration fee is $15
for residents and $100 for non-residents.


The Tot Time Program is a pre-school,
hands-on program that aims to make
learning fun for children and helps pre-
pare them for Kindergarten. Program
hours are from 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. Two,
three and five-day monthly options are
available. Call 893-1068 for more infor-
mation.
NEW CLASSES- Interested in teach-
ing a class? Call John at 727-893-1079
for more info

CLASSES Call instructor for more
information
* AAYA ( Ii.-.-i-1..idIii. Tues., 6-7:45 p.m.
Call AAYA at 813-885-2292
* AAYA Dance- Thurs., 6-7:45 p.m. Call
AAYA at 813-885-2292
* Belly Dance Returns Nov. 16th. 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. Call


Marge at 345-6708.
* Tennis Tues., 4:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6
p.m. Call Jack at 430-0690.
* Watercolor with Patsi -Beginners/In-
termediate-Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call Patsi
at 501-3559.
SYoga in the A. M. Wed.,
9 a.m. Call Valerie at 557-4258.
* Yoga Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Tamara at 512-2763.
* Zumba Returns Nov. 16th. Call Dan-
iela at 561-302-6174.

TOMLINSON SKATE PARK
The City of Gulfport will now allow bi-
cycles on the Tomlinson Lake Skate Park
on SUNDAYS only for a trial period.
Effective October 1st, all skaters/bi-
cyclists MUST purchase a new City of
Gulfport Skate Park sticker to use the
City of Gulfport's Tomlinson Lake Skate
Park. Stickers MUST be visibly placed on
the helmet. Annual fee for stickers is $5
for residents and $10 for non-residents.
Also, all -k.1,.-,'- 1ii \. 1i-l- 17 years of
age or younger MUST have a signed pa-
rental consent form filed at the Gulfport
Recreation Center which is located at
5730 Shore Blvd. S. Availability to regis-
ter: Monday Friday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.


* Gulfport Library


5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074

or fax 893-1072


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.
COMING IN OCTOBER! A new exhi-
bition of art works by Kurt Wright and
Chuck Majewski. Through October 28.
Bereavement Support Group: Tues-
days, October 5 & 12, 10:30 am. For
family or friends who have recently lost
a loved one. Facilitated by Suncoast
Hospice. FMI, contact Dot Kernyak at
542-6788.
NEW! Free Thinkers Open Twelve
Step Meeting: Tuesdays, 6:00-7:00 pm.
FMI: Call 727-916-0916.
Scrapbookers Club for Teens &
Adults: Bring your pictures, books and


questions, and prepare to have a great
time! Make beautiful pages of memo-
ries for yourself and your family. Some
supplies available, but you furnish your
own 12x12 scrapbook album. FMI, con-
tact Kay Boatwright 893-1074. Satur-
day, October 9, 1:00 pm.
SPECIAL EVENT: An Autumn Festi-
val of Reading @ Gulfport Library! Join
storyteller Margaret Saldana for finger
plays, songs and, of course, stories.
Children of all ages are welcome, but
program is most suitable for ages 3-8
and their families. Saturday, October
16, 11:00 am.
Coffee/Talk: Now in our Sixteenth
Year! We'll kick off our autumn series
of monthly book discussions with The
Art of Racing in the Rain, by Garth
Stein. Stop by the Reference Help


Desk to pick up a discussion guide and
reserve a copy of the book. Join us for
coffee, light refreshments, and lively
conversation on Thursday, October 21
(coffee's ready at 10:00 am, talk starts
at 10:15).
Genealogy Discussion Group: This
is not a formal class, just an opportu-
nity to meet and share experiences and
information with others interested in
delving into their family history. FMI,
call Kay Boatwright at the Library,
893-1074. Saturday, October 23, 1:00
pm.

UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED,
ALL PROGRAMS AND MEETINGS
ARE HELD IN
THE FRANCES PURDY
FRIENDS ROOM.
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Slices City Sponsored Activities

S ri in the Community


Senior Center 550 27th Ave. So. 893-1231


ANNOUNCEMENTS
Community Law Program: Fri.
Oct. 15, 9:30am. Volunteer attorneys
assist clients over 60 years of age
with wills, living wills, powers of
attorney, and health care surrogates.
No appointment needed. Must meet
income criteria. Call for more info.
Great City, Great Art: Gulfport
Art Expo: The Gulfport Multipurpose
Senior Center Foundation, Inc. will
host an Art Show on Friday, Oct. 15,
6-8pm in the Catherine A. Hickman
Theater and Senior Center. Donations
gratefully accepted. Event includes
entertainment, light refreshments,
opportunity drawings, and silent
auction. Call Helen Mullins at (727)
345-5358 for info on exhibit fees. Call
the Senior Center (727) 893-2237 for
info on sponsorships.
Medicare 101: The Senior Center
will host a series of educational
presentations on Medicare, Medicare
Eligibility and Enrollment, Health
Plan Choices, etc. A representative
from SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) will give
the first presentation called (Medicare
101) on Wednesday, October 20 at
1pm. The series will continue for 6
months.
Phones for Hearing Impaired at
No Cost: Tues. Oct. 19 at 9:30am.
Free amplified phones for Floridians
who are hearing impaired.
Two Presentations: Two special
presentations: Thurs. Oct. 21 at
1:30pm: "Fall Prevention" and Wed.
Oct. 27 at 1:30pm: "Nutrition". All are
invited!
Inaugural Centennial 5K Fun
Run/Walk
Support the Senior Center
Foundation's fundraiser to improve
Fitness Programs and Equipment at
the Gulfport Senior Center by joining
our upcoming 5K Run/Walk on Sat.
Nov. 6 at 8am. Cost: $15 ($20 after
Oct. 25). Amenities include: great
T-shirt, goodie bag, refreshments
and more! Forms are available at

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the Senior Center or online at www.
gulfportseniorfoundation.org.
Coming Soon: National Memory
Screenings, Tues. Nov. 16 at 1pm

SPECIAL SERVICES:
Telephone Reassurance: A friendly
phone call each morning is available for
Gulfport seniors who live alone. City
volunteers offer this free service with
your safety in mind. Call now for more
information.
AARP Driving Classes: are held on the
first two Tuesdays of every month from
1-4pm. Call 368-3199 to register and fee
info.
SUPPORT GROUPS:
Support for Caregivers: Wed. at 2pm
Support for Diabetics, Mon. at 10am
Support for Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren, last Tues. at 10am
Support for Hearing Impaired, 1st & 3rd
Mon. at 2pm
Support for Visually Impaired, 2nd & 4th
Mon. at 2pm

JUST FOR FUN
Movie of the Month: "The Best Years
of our Lives", Mon. Oct. 25 at 12:45pm
(Hickman Theater)
Activities Resume:
Art with Betty, Thurs. Oct. 21 at 9am
(wait list)
Art with Richard, Wed. Oct. 27 at 1pm
(wait list)
Quilting Club, Tues. at 10am
Investment Discussion, Wed. Oct. 27 at
1pm
Duplicate Bridge Class: every Mon. at
6:30pm
Language Classes:
Beginners Spanish Classes at 3pm;
Intermediate at 4pm and Conversational
Spanish at 5pm.
Italian Classes meet on Thursdays
evenings with Beginners at 6pm; Basic
Conversation and Advanced Workshop at
7pm.
Live Chat Room every Friday at 2pm.
Share stories and meet new friends.
Bingo:Fridays at 1pm.
Wii Bowling every Thurs. at 1pm


and every first and third Tues. at
6:30pm. More bowlers are needed
for the evening sessions so come
and join the fun!
Writer's Group Fridays at 10am
Knitting Group Fridays at 9am
Join our E-mail List: Send us
your e-mail address at cdean@
mygulfport.us or sfrank@
mygulfport.us and we will send you
our monthly activity calendar and
notices on special events.

Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-1070
Overeaters Anonymous: Sun.
6:15-8:15pm




GULFPORT

CASINO
BALLROOM

5500 Shore Blvd. So.
893-1070

MEET THE CANDIDATES FORUM
Thurs., Oct. 7
7 p.m.


CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
Tues., Oct. 12
9 a.m. 9 p.m. OPEN HOUSE
7 p.m. RE-ENACTMENT

WEEKLY DANCES

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

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


(No Salsa Dance until
Friday, Oct. 8)









The St. Pete Beach city commission approved
on Sept. 28 reimbursing Commissioner Bev
Garnett $21,078.75 in legal fees from alleged
election ethics related complaints, which end-
ed up dropped, unfounded or dismissed. An-
other alleged ethics complaint was filed last
week.
In 2006 the city commission adopted guide-
lines for the reimbursement of attorney's fees
and costs incurred by city officials in success-
fully defending legal matters arising out of
the performance of their official duties while
serving a public purpose.
The commission discussed the need to re-
imburse the legal fees to encourage people
to serve. Former Mayor Ward Friszolowski
said, "I do have a concern the climate in our
community is discouraging people from run-
ning."


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Commissioner Reimbursed for Legal Fees


49th Street,
from front page
#16 Establish a location where
positive community activities can
occur with police involvement. Re-
quest the City acquire a building
suitable for a multi-purpose facility
and office for police substation.
The city built the 49th Street
Neighborhood Center.

#17 Increase police presence.
Strengthen the foot patrol program
and initiate Community Policing
where officers visit businesses.
According to Chief of Police Rob
Vincent, at that time then-chief
Curt Willocks asked the depart-
ment's two lieutenants to increase
their communication with business
owners in the area and add bike
patrols on 49th Street.
"We no longer do the bike patrols;
we don't have any resources to do
them now," Chief Vincent says, but
added that officers still communi-
cate with businesses.

#18 Increase visibility and safety
around businesses and parking ar-
eas. Establish a "speed zone strictly
enforced area" on 49th Street and
Tangerine Greenway.
"They set the speed at 25 miles per
hour, but that's about it," Lieuten-
ant Howard Coombs said. ChiefVin-
cent pointed out at a recent council
meeting that the city set that speed
limit set outside accepted rules for
setting speed limits. However, "it's
one of the safer streets," Lieuten-
ant Coombs added.

#19 Provide more safe and attrac-
tive walking areas. Determine
whether closing off Tangerine Ave-
nue between 54th and 55th Streets
is advantageous.
That was done when the city ex-
panded the park in 2000, according
to city documents.

Next week: Quality of life improve-
ments along the corridor and feed-
back from the area's councilmem-
ber, Sam Henderson.


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Oktoberfest at German
American Society
The German American Society of
Pinellas, 8098 66 Street N. in Pinellas
Park, will celebrate Oktoberfest on
Friday and Saturday, October 8 and
9. Doors open at 5 p.m. Event features
folk dancers, bands, German food
including wursts, schnitzel, kraut,
potato pancakes, apple strudel,
German beers and daily raffle prizes.
Cost is $6, children under 12 free,
and free parking.

Beach Tax Rate
Increase Coming

The St. Pete Beach City commission
debated funding trimming trees,
putting more money for extra legal
fees, and restoring funding for extra
special events in town from the $21.6
million budget, which passed on
second and final reading on Sept. 28.
With two more law suits pending
and anticipated cost projections on
existing litigation the commission
decided to place $35,000 more in the
extra legal account leaving $395,000
for reserves. They decided to revisit
the budget regularly. They did not
make a decision to fund trimming
the Washingtonian Palms or to fund
extra special events to help promote
the community and its businesses.
Holiday lights and Mondays at the
library stayed in the budget.
The 2.6718 operating millage passed
on second and final reading on Sept.
28. The operating millage rate is
.1884 mills higher than the current
year's millage rate and equal to the
roll back rate. Therefore there is no
reduction in property tax revenue
even though property tax values
declined 6.6 percent. Residents can
check the effect on their tax bill with
the tax rate calculator on the city's
Web site at http://www.stpetebeach.
org/
About $2.5 million in capital projects
are planned for next year, some of
which are funded by grants, state and
county programs. The projects include
debt payments on city hall and the
community center; sidewalk, street
and seawall repairs/replacements;
lighting for Horan Park; landscaping
on the Bay Way and Gulf Boulevard;
and improving energy efficiency in
city buildings.

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City Council Workshop

Charter Review Committee

Gulfport city council met to discuss the Charter Review Committee's
recommendations for changes to the city charter.

Proposed changes include:

Extraterritorial Powers
Section 103 deals with the sale of property. The Charter Review Commit-
tee changed it to deal with real property, but City Clerk Lesely DeMuth and
City Attorney Andrew Salzman suggested changing it to "dedicated proper-
ties." Dedicated property refers to properties like parks, beach areas, and other
properties with dedicated purposes, according to city staff.
Real property refers also to other lands owned by the city, such as lots unused
by the city.
If council approves these changes, voters will have a say if the city wants to
sell dedicated property, but not to sell non-dedicated real property.
Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon said she favored placing a size restriction on
the section, suggesting 10 acres as a point where the city would need a refer-
endum.
"If you want to create a commercial area, that's one way to do it," Vice-Mayor
Michele King said, giving a hypothetical example of a Verizon call center on
49th Street.
Council ultimately decided to accept the CRC's suggestions on this part of the
charter.

Council Vacancies
Currently, if a councilmember misses any portion of three meetings in a row or
six out of 12 meetings over the course of 12 months, that council seat becomes
vacant unless the council votes to excuse the absence. The CRC suggests re-
moving the council's ability to excuse absences as well as the three meetings in
a row portion of the section. The CRC also suggests removing the work sessions
from the section.
Council ultimately agreed to allow members to miss a portion of the meetings
but otherwise not accept the CRC's suggestions.

Other Charter Changes
The CRC also wants to insert language into the charter that the council may
not fill any council vacancies before the next regularly scheduled council meet-
ing.
Councilman David Hastings suggested the city change language about audits
to read "certified" public accountant instead of "qualified" public accountant.
The CRC asked council to amend the list of actions that required an ordinance
to include real property sales and leases longer than a decade.
The CRC also suggested moving the election to November rather than March.
Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon suggested changing the terms to three years
each and having primary elections for each ward. Two other council members
and Mayor Mike Yakes followed Councilmember David Hastings' sentiments
and said they were content to leave the wording the way it stood,

"This is the Courtland Yarborough rule because Courtland Yarbourgh ran and
moved and they were trying to stop him from doing that. It was a freak thing,
and I don't think freak things should be in the charter," Vice-Mayor Michele
King about a proposed change saying that someone must live in his ward for
one year before running. All other councilmemebrs disagreed with her.

The city will wrap up their decisions about the city charter at the
5 p.m. November 2 workshop.







Census, from front page

In 2009 there were 395,000 house-
holds in Pinellas County down from
405,000 in 2006. Families still make
up 56 percent of the households. In
2009 36 percent of people lived alone,
which was down by just one percent
from 2006.
What about vacant homes? Vacant
homes were up two percent in 2009
to 21 percent. The number of owner
occupied units was (69 percent) and
renter occupied was (31 percent) in
2009. (Just about the same as 2006
when it was 70 percent owner oc-
cupied and 30 percent renter occu-
pied.)
Close to one-third of the people liv-
ing here are from Florida. In 2009
31 percent compared to 29 percent
in 2006 were born in Florida. Less
people were foreign born in 2009 10
percent, compared to 12 percent in
2006.
Compared to 2006 three percent
more people worked in management
and professional occupations in 2009
(38 percent) and three percent less


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people worked in construction, re-
pair and maintenance occupations in
2009 (7 percent). People working in
service occupations decreased by just
one percent in 2009 from 2006 to 17
percent.
Overall the median household in-
comes went up by $1,253 from 2006
to $43,198. (Median is the middle
number from a list of salaries not the
average.)
How long did it take to get to work?
Commute time to work averaged
about 23.2 minutes. This does not in-
clude the five percent of people who
work from home.

If you want to look at more data
from the Census bureau go to
http://www.census.gov/acs/www/

SPCREA to Meet
The South Pinellas County Retired
Educators Association will meet on
October 14 at 11 a.m. at Picadilly
Cafeteria in St. Petersburg. The
speaker will be Ivan Penn, consumer
affairs writer for the St. Pete Times.
He will speak on new products that


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will enrich our lives. SPCREA is
composed of retirees who worked
in education, including teachers,
supportpersonnelandadministrators.
Visitors are welcome. Call Joyce at
727-526-5065 for more information.

Advocates Needed
for Abused Children
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 hours a month. No
experience is required. 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 meet five
Saturday, October 9 to November
6, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pasadena
Community Church, 227 70 Street S.
in St Petersburg. Call 727-464-6528
to arrange to attend a 30-minute
orientation.
For more information and
an application go to www.
guardianadlitem6.org.

County Announces
New Low Interest Rate
Dreaming of a new home but
having a hard time with financing?
The Housing Finance Authority of
Pinellas County is making it more
affordable with its First-Time Home
Buyer Program for individuals who
have never owned a home, have not
owned a home in the last three years
or veterans.
The interest rate for the Home
Key 1st Mortgage program has been
reduced to 4.50 percent to qualified
borrowers. And if you need a little
help with down payment, up to $8,000
is available through the Home Key
2nd Mortgage program at 0 percent
interest with payments deferred
until you sell, transfer, or refinance
the property.
For information, call the Housing
Finance Authority at 727-464-8210.








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Clothing Swap at
The Marketplace
Vendors at The Marketplace of St.
Pete, 3951 34 Street S. will hold a
four-day Clothing Swap to benefit
CASA (Community Actions Stops
Abuse) from Thursday through
Sunday, October 7-10 from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
Local residents are invited to stop by
The Marketplace (formerly K-Mart)
to donate gently used clothing.
Vouchers will be distributed for up
to five articles of clothing which may
then be exchanged for other donated
items. Clothing vouchers will also
be available for purchase for $3
each. Men's, women's and children's
clothing will be accepted. All proceeds
and remaining clothing will benefit
CASA.
Located in St. Petersburg,
CASA's mission is to raise voices
against violence through advocacy,
empowerment and social change.
Since opening its doors in late July,
The Marketplace has continued to
grow as an indoor "city within a city"
designed to help local fresh market
vendors and community retailers.
Featured products include barbecued
meats, fruits and vegetables, plants,
clothing, antiques, local art, crafts,
jewelry, candles, books, healing
lotions and oils, hand-painted silk,
golf carts, hand-crafted pottery and
much more.
Call 727-871-1868 or visit
TheMarketplaceOfStpete.com.

Jewish Genealogical
Society of Tampa Bay
The Jewish Genealogical Society
of Tampa Bay will meet at 2 p.m.
on Sunday, October 10 at the John
F. Germany Library, 900 N. Ashley
Drive in Tampa for a hands-on
workshop for individual research.
This library has one of the best and
most complete sets of genealogical
holdings of any library in the Tampa
Bay region. The library will have an
expert in genealogy and the library's
resources to give an overview of the
resources, give you a private tour, and
to help you with research. Several
experienced JGS mentors will also be
available to provide guided assistance
at this working session.
Parking spaces are available on the
street near the library at no charge
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on Sunday. If you park in the Poe
Parking Garage that is attached to
the library, the charges can be paid
for with a credit card, debit card, or
cash at $1.20 per hour.
The overview session of the library's
holdings will begin at 2 p.m. and
that will be followed by individual
research using the library's microfilm
readers and computer facilities with
guided assistance if needed until the
library closes at 5 p.m.
For information on the organization
or directions to the meeting call Sally
Israel at 727-343-1652.


Vendors Needed for
SPCA's Pet Walk
On October 16 the SPCA Tampa Bay
will hold their 3K Pet Walk in Straub
Park, downtown St. Petersburg. This
crowd-drawing event of more than
2,500 pet lovers and guests is sure
to bring new customers of all types
to local businesses on display at
this event. Booth pricing begins at
$175. To register for a booth, sign
up as a walker or to volunteer, visit
www.3KPetwalk.org or email Janet@
spcatampabay.org.


Attorney Keith Sanders, Handles Foreclosure Defense and
Bankruptcies with Experience and Sensitivity


You could say my
motto is 'been
there, done that',"
says Keith Sanders, from
Sanders Law, P.A.
He says that for two
reasons. First, he says
his more than 18 years
of experience as an at-
torney specializing in
handling "literally thou-
sands" of bankrupt-
cies means that he has
dealt with virtually any
kind of problem or issue
that might arise with
them. And, secondly,
he had to file a Chapter
13 bankruptcy himself a
few years ago. He says
that experience makes
him very sensitive to the
kinds of things people
face when making the
difficult decision to file.
"Most attorneys have
never been in a situa-
tion where they have
been worried about how
to keep the lights on, but
I have been there myself
so I can really relate to
what people are going
through," said Sanders.
"Plus, many people are
very embarrassed when
they come to me, but
when I tell them how
embarrassing it was for
me to have to stand in
front of judges and col-
leagues who knew me
and go through the pro-
cess myself, that usu-
ally helps to put people


more at case and under-
stand that I have been
there and done that MY-
SELF."
"You know, in 99 per-
cent of bankruptcy cases
the situation is that bad
things happen to good
people. They have gone
through an expensive
health crisis or a divorce
or just got in over their
head with debt." pers concerning bank-
He began his career as ruptcy law in general,
He began his career as ECF re quirements and
a staff attorney for the ECF requirements a
U.S. Trustee in Atlanta. new issues. He is a
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help people get a fresh Short Sale negotia-
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start," foreclosures, wills &
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Gulfport Gears up for
Government Week
This year's Florida City Government
Week is October 17 23. This week
recognizes the important role played
by city governments in our lives. It
is also a time to spread the word to
all citizens of Florida that they are
an important part of the government
that is closest to the people. City
Government Week is an ongoing
effort sponsored by the Florida
League of Cities to raise public
awareness about the services that
cities perform and to educate the
public on how city government works.
The City of Gulfport will celebrate
Government week in a variety of


ways to reach several different age
groups of Citizens.
During the Centennial Celebration
on October 16, there will be a display
tent of City of Gulfport Services.
Gulfport Mayor, Mike Yakes will be
visiting the Senior Center during
lunch on Tuesday, October 19 to talk
about city structure and functions.
Gulfport Elementary (grades 3 5)
has been invited to participate in a
Government Week poster contest. All
participants will have their posters
displayed at City Hall and winners
will be announced at the October
19 Regular Council Meeting at 7
p.m. Before the Council Meeting at
6 p.m., there will be a Mock Council
Meeting performed by the Gulfport


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Teen Council. It will be televised
live on local Gulfport Bright house
channel 615 and rebroadcasted the
following day at 10 a.m. It can also
be viewed on the live web stream at
http://www.mygulfport.us/GTV615/
LiveWebstream.htm. School
City Hall tours will be scheduled
that week and more details will be
available when finalized.

Clam Bayou Cleanup
A great way to start your Gulfport
Centennial Celebration would
be to volunteer for the bi-annual
Fall Florida Coastal Cleanup on
Saturday, October 16 from 9 a.m. to
noon at Clam Bayou Nature Park
(49th St. S. to 29th Ave. S. east to
Miriam St.) in Gulfport.
People with non-motorized vessels
(kayaks and canoes) as well as
people traveling via land based are
encouraged to sign up at the Clam
Bayou the day of the event for an
enjoyable day while lending a hand
to help keep the Bayou clean.
Beverages and lunch are provided
to all dedicated volunteers. It's a
great way to enjoy being outside,
meeting your neighbors and helping
the Bayou. Get your group together
for a morning on the Bayou. For
more information on the cleanup,
please contact 727-893-1066 or 727-
893-1118.


Crime Stoppers Classic
Golf Tournament
Crime Stoppers and Bright House
Networks present the 9th Annual
Crime Stoppers Classic Golf
Tournament on Friday, October 15 at
the Pasadena Yacht & Country Club,
6300 Pasadena Point Boulevard S.
in Gulfport. Registration begins at
11 a.m. with shotgun start at 1 p.m.
This is a four-person team scramble,
best ball format. Fees and $100 per
golfer and $400 per team. Costs
include green fees, cart, golf shirt,
gift bag for each player, awards,
door prizes, lunch and dinner. Lunch
provided by Quaker Steak & Lube.
Dinner provided by Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
Call Jason Delk at 727-465-8041 or
Susan Fraley at 727-582-5806.

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One Way for Safety
ST. PETE BEACH- The city com-
mission approved Sept. 28 on second
and final reading making an alley be-
tween 16th Avenue and 17th Avenue
one-way south bound. The Pass-A-
Grille Community Church made the
request for the one-way alleyway
between the church and the Montes-
sori by the Sea School. Cars would
enter from 17th Avenue and exit on
16th Avenue, which is already a one-
way street to the west. The city staff
thinks the change will make the al-
ley safer.

58th Annual
Fashion Show
St. Anthony's Hospital Auxiliary is
pleased to sponsor it's 58th Annual
St. Anthony's Auxiliary Luncheon
and Fashion Show on Wednesday,
October 20, at the St. Petersburg
Yacht Club.
Social hour is 11 a.m. with lunch
served at noon. Fashions are being
presented by Patchington and
Sacino's.
Individual tickets are $50 (includes
valet parking), and Patron is $100
(includes valet parking and a
program listing). Proceeds from
this luncheon/fashion show benefits
St. Anthony's Hospital.
Chairman of the event is June
Wedding. For any questions or
to make a reservation, please
contact Valerie Rankin, reservation
chairman, at 727-544-4409. Deadline
for reservations is October 13.

Vendors Needed for
Circus McGurkis
ST. PETERSBURG- The 39th annual
Circus McGurkis is scheduled for
Saturday, October 30, from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at Lake Vista Park in
St. Petersburg. Organizers are
actively seeking vendors for this
year's event.
The event includes over 100
vendors, live entertainment, food,
free children's activities, education
seminars, numerous information
tables and a host of other special
evemts.
Groups or individuals wishing
to have exhibit space at Circus
McGurkis can register online at
www.circusmcgurkis.org or request a
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form by calling Greg Stemm at 727-
239-5131. Advance registration ends
October 14. You may register the day
of the event but fees are $10 higher.

Retired Officers
Wives Club to Meet
The Retired Officers Wives Club of
St. Petersburg will meet for luncheon


on October 12 at The Treasure Island
Yacht & Tennis Club, 400 Treasure
Island Causeway, Treasure Island.
Social hour is at 11:30 a.m. with
lunch at 12:15 p.m. The program
will be "Broadway Revisited," Fran
Konikoff Song and Dance.
Call for reservations 595-4619 or
399-1272.


Gulfport's City-Wide Yard Sale
Saturday, November 6, 2010

What you need to know about the next City-Wide Yard Sale:
You can have your yard sale at your Gulfport residence and it is Permit Free
on Saturday, November 6 at no charge! (Rain date, Sunday, November 7).
For your Gulfport address to be added to Yard Sale Brochure: You can fill out
a form at City Hall, 2401 53rd St. S. or easily email your Gulfport address to
gbiron@mygulfport.us. The address information is due by Friday, October 29
by 4:30 p.m. (There will be no exceptions as to allow for set up and printing
time.)
You can pick up the Gulfport City Wide Yard Sale Brochure on Wednesday,
November 3 at all City facilities until 4:30 p.m., Friday, November 5. On the
day of the event, the Gulfport Senior Center at the Theater parking lot (5501
26th Ave. S.) will be the main hub to pick up your brochure. They are having
a 5k run fundraiser (more info on the 5k run call 727-893-2237). If you choose
to print your brochure online, go to the www.mygulfport.us main page under
"City Wide Yard Sale" link (use 2 pages of 8" 2 x 14" paper).
So dig into the garage, closet or shed and get rid of all that stuff you haven't
used for a year or more! Most likely, someone's looking for what you don't want
anymore. Get on the brochure today!

Additional Information:
Signs: Temporary signage will be permitted on public right of ways where
the sale is being held, as long as it does not interfere/block pedestrian/vehicle
traffic views or permanent street signs. In addition, other temporary signs
may be placed on other private property with the permission of the owner or
occupant. Please do not display signs more than 24 hrs before the sale day.
Signs must be removed by 7 P.M. on Saturday, November 6, 2010.

Parking: Vehicles will be permitted to temporarily park in residential only
or resident decal required parking the day of the sale as long as they do not
interfere/block any right of ways or normal flow of traffic. All other parking
provisions under state law will be enforced. Please try not to block driveways,
park on sidewalks or park against the flow of traffic. Walking a little further
may help you find the bargain of a lifetime!


City of Gulfport
Permit Free City Wide Yard Sale map application form
(for brochure listing)
Saturday, November 6th, rain date, Sunday, November 7th
Gulfport Residents only Sale is Dawn to Dusk

Gulfport Address:
Phone #:

Please return to City hall no later than Friday, October 29th by 4:30
p.m. to make the map brochure deadline for set up and print time.
Please print clearly and return to City Hall, 2401 53rd St. S. Thank you.







Local Obituaries

BATTLE, FRANCES G., 76, of
Gulfport, passed away Monday,
Sept. 27th. Frances was born in
Washington D.C. and moved to
Richmond, VA. She graduated from
John Marshall High. She worked
for Richmond Times Dispatch. She
drove NASCAR the same time as
Lee Petty, Fireball Roberts and Joe
Weatherly. It was all male drivers
with women trying to enter the
field. She was preceded in death in
1969 by her husband, Lawrence and
father, Ben Glass and in 1978 by her
mother, Josephine. She moved her
family to Gulfport in 1970. Frances
owned and operated Battle Trucking
from 1970 to 1989. She worked for
the St. Petersburg Times for 13 years.
She also did private investigations.
She retired after 16 years from the
Pinellas County Schools. She loved
country music, dancing, NASCAR
and the Bucs. She is survived by 3
daughters, Deborah Ferguson, Sherie
Haig, Linda Masi; 3 sons, Larry, Paul
and Lonnie Battle. Frances had 9
grandchildren, Mickey Casteel, Teri
Dawson, Joseph, Candice & Beryl
Vivian Battle, Michael Brugnoli, Lisa
& Chris Masi, and Sherie Batson.
She also had 9 great-grandchildren,
Crystal Clough, Lacey and Sara
Baer, Elizabeth, Kayman and Kailyn
Casteel, Jordan, Kayla and Jayden
Batson. She had her beloved pets
she rescued from a shelter. Family
requests in lieu of flowers, donations
be made to the SPCA, 9099 130th
Ave. N, Largo, FL 33773. or Suncoast


Hospice Foundation, 5771 Roosevelt
Blvd., Clearwater, FL 33760.
Services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 5
at Memorial Park, 5750 49th St. N.
St. Petersburg.

FINNO, DOROTHY A., 95, of So.
Pasadena, formerly of St. Pete Beach,
died Monday, Sept. 27, 2010 at
home. Born in Philadelphia, PA, she
moved here in 1973 from Brooklyn,
NY. She was a member of St. John's
Vianney Catholic Church, St. Pete
Beach. Mrs. Finno was predeceased
by her husband of 59 years, Walter
S. Finno and survived by two
daughters, Dorothy A. Luhrssen of
Brooklyn, NY and Julia M. Reid of
Palm Coast, FL; two sons, Walter J.
Finno of St. Petersburg, and Roy S.
Finno of Alexandria, VA; 10 grand-
children and 6 great grand-children.
Family and friends will be received
Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 from 6-8
pm at the Gee & Sorensen Funeral
Home with a wake service at 7:30
pm. Funeral mass will be celebrated
at 10:30 am Friday Oct. 1, 2010 at St.
John's Vianney Catholic Church with
Father Robert Schnieder celebrant.
Interment will follow at Florida
National Cemetery, Bushnell, at
1:30 p.m. Gee & Sorensen F.H.

POOHAR, STEPHEN L., 62, of
South Pasadena, died Sept. 14,
2010. Survived by his loving family.
Holloway Funeral Home, Inc.,
Oldsmar, 813-855-2439.
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School Personnel meets the second
Tuesday of each month from October
through April at 11:30 a.m. at the
Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1900 34 Street
N. in St. Petersburg. Call Wendy at
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Community Band to
Kick off New Season
The South Pasadena Community
Band will launch the 2010-2011
concert season with a free concert
Thursday October 14 in Galatea
Garden on Sunset Drive South in
South Pasadena. The concert begins
at 7:30 p.m.
The title of the concert is "Themes
Like Old Times". Max Millspaugh,
Musical Director of the band, said
that the concert fits the park setting
and community gathering nicely.
"We will of course include some
rousing marches like "Washington
Greys March" along with "Selections
From Gypsy", and a collage of well
known theme songs of yesteryear."
Mr. Millspaugh commented that this
will be the third season the band has
used the band shell in the beautiful
garden setting. "Audiences have been
very complimentary of the setting
and the tradition of our community
band serenading the audience in
a good old fashioned out-of-doors
concert."
Mayor Kathleen Peters said she
and the City's Administration
look forward to seeing neighbors
from throughout the greater South
Pasadena Community at the concert.
"Bring a chair or a blanket and join
us for the season opener," she said.
"We have plenty of free parking,
on-site restrooms, and an evening
of very nice free entertainment,"
commented the Mayor. Mayor Peters
also commented that in the event of
bad weather the concert will be held
at City Hall just north of the garden.
The band announced that concerts
for the season will be the second
Thursday of October, November,
December, February, March, April,
and May. The band does accept
guest appearance opportunities,
schedule permitting. A new venue
for the winter in-door concerts will be
announced at the concert in October.

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Legal Lecture
at Stetson
Community legal professionals are
invited to an "interactive" lecture
presented by Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe
on Monday, October 25 from 5:15 to
6:45 p.m.
In presenting "The Ethics of Truth:
Do Lawyers Need to Believe in their
Cases?" Rabbi Yaffe will use the
Talmudic and Socratic methods to
arrive at an understanding with the
audience.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, Rabbi
Yaffe studied at Yeshivot in Miami,
London and New York. In 1989 he
received his rabbinic ordination
from Yeshivat Tomchei Temimim
Lubavitch, Brooklyn, NY. He was a
fellow of the post-ordination program
at the Leeds Kollel in Leeds, West
Yorkshire, England from 1990 to
1992.
He has lectured and led seminars
throughout North America, Mexico,
Europe and South Africa.
Rabbi Yaffe serves as Dean of the
Institute of American and Talmudic
Law in New York City and is
Permanent Scholar in Residence to
Chabad at Harvard. In addition,
he is the Jewish Chaplain for the
Hartford Fire Department.
The lecture which will take place at
Stetson University College of Law,
NEMEC Classroom (classroom A)
is being sponsored by the Stetson
Jewish Law Student Association,
Chabad Jewish Center, Murray
B. Silverstein, Joshua Magidson,
Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen
Attorneys & Counselors at Law and
Shutts & Bowen LLP.
The free lecture is designed for 1.8
CLE credits.
To RSVP or get more information,
call 727-344-4900 or email info@
chabadsp.com or dhartpen@law.
stetson.edu.


New Rules for
Tomlinson Skate Park
The City of Gulfport will now allow
bicycles on the Tomlinson Lake Skate
Park on Sundays only for a trial
period. During this trial period, only
bicycles will be allowed at the Skate
Park on Sundays. Monday through
Saturday, bicycles are not permitted
to enter the Skate Park. These days
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will be strictly enforced as noted by
the penalties listed below.
Effective October 1st, all skaters/
bicyclists must purchase a new City
of Gulfport Skate Park sticker to use
the City of Gulfport's Tomlinson Lake
Skate Park. Stickers must be visibly
placed on the helmet. Annual fee for
stickers is $5 for residents and $10
for non-residents. Also, all skaters/
bicyclists 17 years of age or younger
must have a signed parental consent
form filed at the Gulfport Recreation
Center which is located at 5730 Shore
Blvd. S.
Any -k.i.l.-'lii yli-l found in
violation of these terms willbe subject
to the following at the Police Officers
discretion: temporary trespass,
permanent trespass or a minimum
$88 fine.
Stickers and consent forms are
available at the Recreation Center
between the hours of 9 a.m. and
8 p.m., Monday-Friday. Consent
forms are also available on the City of
Gulfport's website, www.mygulfport.
us Click on City Departments, Leisure
Services, Rec. Center and Skate Park.
The web form must be notarized and
mailed to the Gulfport Recreation
Center along with a self-addressed
stamped envelope and check/money
order. A registration sticker will be
mailed to you upon receiving check/
money order and envelope. Please


make check/money order payable
to: The City of Gulfport. For more
information, please call 893-1068.


Corey Sunday
Market Returns
The Corey Sunday Market is held
on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
during the fall and winter season. It
features two produce vendors, local
arts and crafts, live music, food and
fun! Located between Blind Pass
Road and Boca Ciega Drive, Corey
Avenue will be blocked off for a safe
shopping day at the market.
Corey merchants and restaurants
will be open for business as well,
lending a fabulous addition to
your normal market venues. From
antiques to boutiques, dog stores and
more, the Corey Sunday Market is
the one to visit every Sunday Corey
Avenue is located just off Gulf Blvd.
in downtown St. Pete Beach. Always
free parking, all within walking
distance. Call 727-498-8778.

Traumatic Brain Injury
Support Group
If you're interested in joining a TBI
support group here in Gulfport please
call Annie Shuri at 727-345-1869.


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Congress Takes a Hike
Congress adjourned a couple of
weeks ago so members could
get back to their districts and
campaign. They walked away from
a particular major issue that has a
great deal to do about our country's
economic recovery. Taxes. In short,
the majority of the members were
more concerned about them than us.
To argue and finally vote on whether
or not to let current tax rates expire
on December 31 and revert to higher
rates that were in effect seven years
ago is politically dangerous. Even
a compromise would be politically
dangerous. A compromise would
provide for higher taxes for some and
not others, notably higher incomes.
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years and dealing with it later.
Right now Democrats are in trouble
and are slated to lose lots of seats
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to raise taxes now on anyone could
be a disaster. Instead, the hoped for
tax increases could be voted after the
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Many of the higher wage earners are
really small business people whose
income is calculated through their
businesses. That is, those taxes come
right out of the business.
Of course, tax rates aren't the only
issues. Health care costs associated
with the new health care bill are just
now being understood. Remember,
few congressmen (women) read the
nearly 3,000 page bill. As House
leader Nancy Pelosi put it, "you have
to enact it to find out what's in it".
Now, we're finding out.
Then there's the annual deficit and
the total debt to worry about. Do you
pay for it with more taxes money
that goes to a bigger government
rather than invested in a bigger
economy or do you stimulate the
economy by fewer taxes which often
have the effect of bringing in more
money to the federal treasury since
government gets a slice of ALL
business done?
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even booming, while the private sector
is shrinking. Stimulative spending
has been aimed more at political
projects than getting the economy
going again. While we appear to be
facing deflation now, inflation might
be around the corner. Inflation will
steal our dollars faster than anything
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Post 125
6440 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 347-6085
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Lunch Served 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
Euchre 1 pm
Ron's Karaoke 7pm Southern Knights Band Kitchen open
7-11pm

Our next blood drive will be Sunday, September 26 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. If you can donate blood, your breakfast is free.
Breakfast is served every Sunday from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
It is once again time for the Auxiliary's Penny Auction. It will happen on Tuesday, October 12. We need volunteers
to help set up on October 10, 11 and 12, and also to help with the auction on the 12th. Please see one of the officers, if
you can help us out. Also, we need donations for the auction. Items should be clean and in working order. We cannot
accept clothing or shoes.
Our kitchen is open Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and 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 and dancing pleasure every Friday and Saturday night from
7 to 11 p.m.



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

Bar Bingo 7pm Fish & Chicken Steak Dinner 6-8pm Sports 12-6pm Bucky Burgers Early Bird Dinner Exe. Com. Mtg-6pm
Food Served 6-8pm Geno 7-10pm Wings 3-5pm 5-8pm 6-8pm
Entertainment Music Shade of Twilight ALA Caf6 Mom's Home
7-1 Opm 7-1 Opm 7-10pm Cooking: 6-8pm
Frank Caine 7-1 pm
Starting Oct. 4th, Bucky Burgers will be $5. Phone 727-367-1596, www.post305.org
ALA Caf6 entrees vary monthly, appetizers & desserts also available.
We have pull tabs! Pizza served daily.

The St. Petersburg Accordion Association will meet at Post 305 on the 3rd Wednesday of the month beginning
Oct. 20th.

ALA Post 305 Special Dinner
We are going to have a "HOBO" dinner on Friday, November 12 to support our homeless vets. Our goal is to have some
fun while addressing a very sad and serious situation. The ALA Dept. of Florida will be having a Homeless Veterans
Shower at our Fall Conference, Nov. 18-21 and have a list of items the homeless vets need to make their situation a
little more tolerable. The list is posted on our Post bulletin board. All are asked to dress up in HOBO style and bring an
item that is one the list to the dinner. We will then take the items to Fall Conference and present them to the Dept. for
distribution. Tickets will be $5. Dinner will be from 6-8 p.m. The S.A.L. Blues Band will be performing from 7-10 p.m.
What a great time we will have while doing something so beneficial for our vets, but we need all of you to make it that
way. Please join us.





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100 Week Countdown to 100 Years!
Happy Birthday, Gulfport! Gulfport will
celebrate the centennial of its
incorporation, October 12, 1910. We'll
f ube reminding you every week with an
o 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.

LAST WEEK'S ANSWER:
Last week's picture was of the first
casino, built at the end of an 800-foot
-pier, and opened in April 1906. The
,' south, or bay side, shown featured a soda
fountain and souvenir shop, and behind
To go right back to the beginning, we conclude this series with a rare photo it a very popular dance floor. The Casino
from the time of incorporation. Any ideas where it might have been? Answer was destroyed in the hurricane of October
below. 1921.
This was a hard one, but the trolley line to the left and the sidewalk show
that it was Beach Boulevard, looking north. A handwritten note on the back
of the photo states that it was at about 29th Avenue.


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Inaugural Centennial
5K Fun Run/Walk
Support the Senior Center
Foundation's fundraiser to improve
fitness programs and equipment at
the Gulfport Senior Center by joining
our upcoming 5K Run/Walk on
Saturday, November 6 at 8 a.m. Cost:
$15 ($20 after Oct. 25). Amenities
include: great T-shirt, goodie bag,
refreshments and more! Forms are
available at the Senior Center (5501
27th Ave. S., Gulfport) or online at
www.gulfportseniorfoundation.org
Call 893-2237 or 893-1231 for more
information.

Artists Invited to Join
in Gulfport Centennial
Art Celebration
GULFPORT- The City of Gulfport
and the Gulfport Arts Center are
sponsoring a special Gulfport
Centennial Art Celebration on
Saturday, October 16 from 1-9 p.m.
and Sunday, October 17 from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at the historic Gulfport
Casino located on the beach in the
downtown Waterfront District.
The goal of the event is to showcase
100 works of art by Gulfport artists
in honor of the City's 100th birthday.
Any visual artist who lives in or has
lived in Gulfport, grew up in Gulfport,
works (or worked) in Gulfport, studied
in Gulfport, is a student in a Gulfport
school, has exhibited or sold work
in Gulfport, has been a part of the
Gulfport arts scene, or is a member of
the Gulfport Arts Center is eligible for
the exhibit. Works will be judged by
a professional artist. Award winners
will receive ribbons and an invitation
to exhibit work in Gulfport's
Catherine Hickman Theatre lobby
during 2011. In addition, there will
be Purchase Awards provided by the
City and others.
For more information, guidelines,
and registration, contact the Gulfport
Arts Center at gulfportartscenter@
gmail.com. Special thanks to our
partner, the City of Imagination.
Thanks also are extended to the
Gulfport Arts Gathering, the Gulfport
Chamber of Commerce, the Gulfport
Merchants Association and So. 49th
St. Business Association for actively
supporting this celebration.

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ATTENTION GULFPORT TEENS
Are you 13-19 years of age?
Are you interested in becoming a part of
changing the way people view teens?
The Gulfport Teen Council is looking for you! Teen members' involvement
includes working with the City Council concerning equipment recommenda-
tions; budgetary considerations for City's parks and recreation programs; and
provide recommendations, suggestions and assistance with youth events for
city-sponsored festivals/programs. Teen Council members also gain valuable
community experiences by attending local and state conferences, participating
in community services projects and by representing the best of the City's youth.
Get involved today! There is one vacant regular member position and three
vacant alternate member positions available. Applications may be picked up
at the Gulfport Recreation Center, 5730 Shore Boulevard S. or City Hall, 2401
53 Street S. Positions open until filled. A recommendation/reference letter is
required from a principal, school counselor, teacher or an adult not related to
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registration, operations, vendor booth
coordination, walkroute coordination,
costume contest, animal handlers,
walker recruitment and much more.
Individuals, clubs or corporations
interested in volunteering can sign
up at www.3KPetWalk.org or for
more information contact janet@
spcatampabay.org.

Casino Night at
The Maria Center
Don't miss A Brighter Day's 12th
Annual Casino Night on October 23
from 6-11p.m. at Holy Name Church,


5800 15 Avenue S. in Gulfport. All
proceeds from this event go directly
towards helping homeless families
with children in their program
become self-sufficient. You will enjoy
dinner by Carrabbas, casino games,
music, dancing, raffles, and our great
silent auction. Corporate and table
sponsorships available. Donation
items always appreciated. Entry $50
pp. Mail checks to A Brighter Day,
6985 1st Avenue No., St. Petersburg,
FL 33710. For more information
email abdayl996@gmail.com or call
Ann 727-420-1006.

Tickets on Sale for
Senior Follies
The Joe Koehler Senior Follies
Variety Show will be held on Sunday,
October 10 at 3 p.m. at the Pinellas
Park Performing Arts Center, 4951
78 Avenue N. in Pinellas Park.
Admission is $7. Advance tickets are


on sale at the Gulfport Senior Center.
Proceeds to benefit the Central
Florida Theatre Organ Society.

Gala Pasta Night
The Sons of Italy Lodge, 2500
34 Street S., serves pasta every
Monday night from 4-8 p.m. for $6
and includes all the pasta you can
eat, two meatballs, salad and coffee.
Other beverages are available. Look
for their flotilla of flags. They also
provide catering for all events and
their hall is available for rental. Call
323-2691.

Recycling Exhibitors
Needed for Event
Exhibitors are invited to sign up
(no fee) to participate in the Pinellas
Recycles Day event to be held on
Saturday, November 6 at Town
Square Plaza Park, 5010 81 Avenue
N. in Pinellas Park. The family-
friendly event to promote recycling
will run from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
In addition to recycling exhibits,
the event will include children's
activities, food vendors, and hourly
door prizes.
Registration for booth space
is free. Register online at www.
KeepPinellasBeautiful.org or
call 727-533-0402. Exhibitors
of environmentally sustainable
products are invited to showcase
items that meet at least one of the
following criteria: recycled content,
energy efficient, conserves water,
environmentally educational, or
organically sourced. If possible,
exhibitors should donate several door
prize items for the hourly drawings.
Keep Pinellas Beautiful is an
all-volunteer based organization
founded in 1992 that promotes litter
removal and recycling in Pinellas
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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 9/24
Suspicious Circumstances- 5100
BIk 11th Ave. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 1800
BIk 53rd St. S.
Burglary- 4900 BIk 9th Ave. S.
Arrest on Warrant- 5700 BIk 11th
Ave. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 5300
BIk Tangerine Ave. S.
Trespasser- 5100 BIk 14th Ave. S.
Burglary- 5100 BIk 8th Ave. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5100 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Lost or Stolen Tag- 1800 BIk 58th
St. S.
Soliciting- 4900 BIk Newton Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Saturday 9/25
Battery- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Suspicious Person- 800 BIk 54th St.
S.


Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Worthless Document/Check- 5700
Blk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Arrest on Warrant- 1700 BIk 56th
St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1000 BIk
58th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2100 BIk
56th St. S.
Suspicious Person- 5500 BIk 18th
Ave. S.
Fight in Progress- 5400 BIk Shore
Blvd. S.
Sunday 9/26
Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Domestic Battery- 5200 BIk 21st
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5600 BIk 14th Ave.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 2700 BIk
Miriam St. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 5400
Blk 10th Ave. S.
Monday 9/27
Trouble with Individual- 3000 Blk
54th St. S.
Criminal Mischief- 1400 Blk 53rd St.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 2500 Blk
56th St. S.
Suspicious Vehicle- 5100 Blk
Gulfport Blvd. S.


Burglary- 5000 Blk 27th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 900 Blk 58th
St. S.
Battery- 1500 Blk 54th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5000 Blk
23rd Ave. S.
Battery on LEO- 1000 BIk 49th St. S.
Domestic Battery- 5100 BIk 16th
Ave. S.
Battery- 2700 BIk 54th St. S.
Burglary- 5000 BIk 27th Ave. S.
Hit & Run- 2100 BIk 52nd St. S.
Noise Complaint- 5500 BIk Shore
Blvd. S.
Tuesday 9/28
Theft- 5800 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 900 BIk 58th
St. S.
Burglary- 6000 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2600 Blk
44th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5900 Blk
Shore Blvd. S.
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Trouble with Individual- 2600 BIk
46th St. S.
Domestic Battery- 5000 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Wednesday 9/29
Domestic Verbal- 2600 BIk 47th St.
S.
Trespasser- 1000 BIk Hull St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1500 BIk
52nd St. S.
Burglary- 5900 BIk Pelican Bay
Plaza.
Trouble with Individual- 5300 BIk
27th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 700 BIk 60th
St. S.
Thursday 9/30
Drunk Driver- 5800 BIk 27th Ave. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 3100
BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 900 BIk 58th
St. S.
Burglary- 1800 BIk 56th St. S.
Burglary- 1100 BIk 55th St. S.
Theft- 4900 BIk 8th Ave. S.
Burglary- 5900 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Noise Complaint- 800 BIk 62nd St.
S.


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The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg
Suncoast meets every Thursday at
noon at Gigi's Italian Restaurant
in South Pasadena, located at
6852 Gulfport Boulevard in South
Pasadena. Guests are welcome to
attend these lunch meetings.
Upcoming programs include October
14, Dr. Butch Andrion-Experiencing
Health Naturally, and on October 21,
Rotary International Foundation -
Past District Governor Tim Schuler
to speak about the foundation. For
more information, please contact
(Ihi-ily Wolf, at 727-822-2200,
extension 1.

Gulfport Art Expo
The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior
Center Foundation, Inc. will host
an Art Show on Friday, October 15
from 6-8 p.m. in the Catherine A.
Hickman Theater and Senior Center
(5501 27th Ave. S., Gulfport). Come
and meet local artists and view fine
art. Event includes entertainment,
light refreshments, opportunity
drawings, silent auction and cash

Chiropractic Care..."living pain free"
Living life to the fullest...sound good?
But just how is it Achieved? Patients
who are under regular Chiropractic care
receive more than just living without pain.
Spinal adjustments remove any interference
in the nervous system. Our bodies are dictated
by our nervous systems. If there is an
interference with the nervous system
from a spinal misalignment our bodies are
not working at 100%...and this can effect
everything we do. Gulfport Chiropractic offers a
"Wellness Plan" so that everyone can afford
to have good health. A once a year payment
of $150. Plus a $25 per visit fee, and you
can see the doctor as many times as needed
for that year...
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Call the Senior Center at 893-2237
or 893-1231 for more information.

Medicare 101
The Gulfport Senior Center (5501
27 Avenue S.) will host a series
of educational presentations on
Medicare, Medicare Eligibility and
Enrollment, Health Plan Choices,
etc. A representative from SHINE
(Serving Health Insurance Needs of
Elders) will give the first presentation
called "Medicare 101" on Wednesday,
October 20 at 1 p.m. The series will
continue on a monthly basis for the


next six months. Call 893-2237 or
893-1231 for more information.

43rd Street
Seniors to Meet
The 43rd Street Senior Citizens
Club meets the third Friday of each
month at 12 noon at Christ Lutheran
Church, 3451 30 Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg, September through May.
Bring a covered dish and $1 donation.
Public is welcome for fun and games.
Call Connie at 343-5454 or Mary Ann
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By Robert J. Myers, Esq.
How Should My
Business be Set
Up? (Part II)
In our last article, we examined
together the general legal
requirements of a sole proprietorship
and general partnership. In this
article, we will examine the general
legal aspects of a limited partnership
and a Florida Corporation.
A. Limited Partnership
1. Alimitedpartnership is similar to
a general partnership. The primary
difference is that some partners are
designated as "limited" partners and,
as such, are normally not personally
liable for the debts and obligations of
the partnership, except to the extent
of their contribution of capital to the
partnership. A limited partner is a
passive investor, and is prohibited
from participating actively in the
management of the partnership
business. If a limited partner
participates in management, she/he
can lose the benefit of limited liability
and, instead, be treated as a general
partner for purposes of determining
liability for partnership debts and
obligations.
2. A limited partnership must
have at least one general partner
and at least one limited partner.
The general partner of a limited
partnership has unlimited liability
for the partnership's debts and
obligations.
3. Like a general partnership, the
income of a limited partnership is
passed through to the partners, and
reported on their individual income
tax returns.
4. A limited partnership is
organized by filing a written
certificate of limited partnership in
the Office of the Secretary of State in
Tallahassee, Florida. Normally, the
limited partners are specified in the
certificate of limited partnership and
in a separate limited partnership
agreement, which may be more
detailed than the certificate of
limited partnership. A Florida


limited partnership must file an
annual report and pay an annual
fee to the Florida Secretary of State,
and receive a certificate of authority
to conduct business as a limited
partnership.
B. Corporation
1. A corporation is a separate legal
entity or "person" for purposes of
both state law and federal income tax
law. A corporation may be formed
by any number of individuals, other
corporations, or other entities.
2. The owners of a corporation
are "shareholders." Normally,
business policies are dictated by a
board of directors, which is elected
by the shareholders. In Florida,
a corporation may have as few as
one director. Normally, directors
are elected annually, at an annual
meeting of shareholders.
3. Normally, the routine operations
of the corporation are managed by
the corporation's officers, who are
elected periodically by the board of
directors. In Florida, a corporation
must have a president, secretary,
and treasurer, and may have one
or more vice presidents or assistant
officers. One person may hold two (2)
or more offices.
4. Corporations are required to hold
annual meetings of shareholders, at
which the shareholders may elect
directors.
5. For federal income tax purposes,
a corporation is taxed as a separate
entity, and income and losses of the
corporation are not passed to its
shareholders, unless the corporation
makes an "S election."
6. A corporation is formed by filing a
corporate charter, known as "articles
of incorporation," with the office of
the Secretary of State in Tallahassee,
Florida. The articles of incorporation
must contain various information
specified by statute, including a
unique corporate name, a statement
of the number of shares of stock
that the corporation is authorized
to issue, the par value (if any) of the
stock, the duration of the corporation
(if other than perpetual), the general
purposes for which the corporation
is initially authorized (which may be
stated to include in the transaction of
any or all lawful business for which
corporations may be incorporated
under Florida law), the name of an
initial registered office, the street
address of an initial registered office


where service of process can b made
upon the corporation, the name of
directors, and the name and street
address of the incorporator. The
corporation is required to file an
annual report and pay an annual
fee to the Secretary of State in
order to maintain its standing as a
corporation.
7. After the articles of incorporation
are formed, the board of directors
holds an initial organizational
meeting, at which it elects officers,
adopts bylaws, and takes other
organizational actions. The bylaws
consist of a written document
specifying the "rules" under which
the corporation will be governed and
managed.
8. Generally, ownership interests
in a corporation may be transferred
through a sale of stock, although the
transfer of stock may be restricted by
agreement or by law.
Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson
Law Offices which is located at
1135 Pasadena Avenue South, Suite
140, St. Petersburg, Florida. The
telephone number is 727-347-5131.
Mr. Myers welcomes calls regarding
this article and other related legal
topics. This column outlines general
legal principles and is not intended to
give you legal advice. If you have a
specific question about the law, please
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Beta Sigma Phi
Beta Sigma Phi is an international
sorority which provides women with
a social and cultural outlet. The 12
chapters of Sunshine City Council
meet at various times depending on
the chapter format. Chapters may
participate and support a variety of
service projects in the area. If you
would like to learn more about Beta
Sigma Phi, please contact Susan
Henry at 244-8045.
Sunshine City Council will hold
their annual Open House meeting on


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Monday, October 25 at 7 p.m. at Dixie
Hollins High in the ROTC room. At
this meeting we are inviting those
women in the community who are
interested in learning more about
Beta Sigma Phi to attend. Please
contact Susan Henry at 244-8045 for
more information.
Sarasota City Council will be
hosting the Fall Bay Area Luncheon
on Saturday, October 16 at the
Bird Key Yacht Club. This annual
event is rotated among the five Bay
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friendships and enjoy a wonderful
lunch.
Sunshine City Council executive
board will meet on Monday, October
18 at 7 p.m. with Cheryl Martin being
the hostess.
Laureate Epsilon Theta members
and guests will meet at the home
of Joyce and Clarence Keller for the
October Social on Saturday, October
9 at 6:30 p.m. Miriam Garcia and
Joyce Keller are the hostesses for
the evening. Members will enjoy a
delicious meal and an evening of
socializing. Laureate Epsilon Theta's
next regular meeting will be held
on Wednesday, October 13 at the
home of Janet Taylor at 7 p.m. Paula
Roberts will present the program.
For more information, please call
Sharon Ingram at 321-2849.

Call to Artists
The Gulfport Community Players'
own Back Door Theater has just
recently been re-painted in a sky-
blue color trimmed with white. They
need someone to paint their name
on the northeast side of the building
and maybe even add some of their
own artwork to this vast canvas. This
theater is located at 1619 49 Street
S. in Gulfport. They are open to all
comers that may want to tackle this
project.
Drop by the Back Door Theater and
look it over. Keep in mind that this
is a community theater building,
owned by the Gulfport Community
Players. It is used for rehearsals,
plays, building sets, and meetings.
It is rather tall, so you shouldn't be
afraid of heights. Like many concrete
buildings, the surface is not smooth.
The Players don't expect you to do
this for free (although that would be
great!). Your time, labor, materials,
and expertise are worth something.
Drop by Eileen's Resale Boutique at
5401 Gulfport Boulevard after you've
looked over the building and had time
enough to come up with any ideas.
Eileen will be glad to talk to you and
see what you may have come up with.
Please give her an estimate also. The
final decision as to who gets to do this
will be Eileen's and the Board's.
You must submit your ideas to
Eileen at her store by October 10.
You can call her at 727-322-1422 for
more information.

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By Melissa Lattman
Pictured left to right are Friends of the Library Board members- Steve Traiman, Marie Stock,
Sarah Hogan, Ron Waters, Muriel Desloovere, Barbara Mooney and Patty Newark around
the new book display case, which was donated by the Friends to the library.

The Friends of the Library held its annual meeting on Sept. 29 at the St. Pete
Beach Public Library. People gathered around cheese and wine then shared
accomplishments, thanks and plans for the upcoming year. The Friends raise
money through its bookstore and holiday basket sales then give it back to sup-
port library projects such as technology talks, paying for periodicals, a book
display case, teen summer reading programs and adult book discussions. Up-
coming programs include tech talks, a new film series, a book-signing event
and a flag raising on Oct. 9 in memory of former library director Roberta
Whipple.


Seeking Vendors for
Annual Flea Market
The Kenneth City Social Club is
looking for vendors for its Annual
Flea Market on Saturday, October 16
from 8 a.m. to 3p.m. Table space is $5
for members, $10 for non-members.
You can become a member for $5
per year. Contact Dick Laneau at
345-4323 or dicklaneau05@gmail.
com.

Salvation Army Needs
Holiday Volunteers
The Salvation Army of South Pinellas
County is seeking holiday volunteers
to assist with the registration of
clients who will receive gifts and food
for Christmas. Volunteers will meet
and greet clients, help them complete
paperwork for assistance, answer
telephones and much more.
Registration takes place from
October 13 through November 10
Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m. Volunteer hours are
flexible with shifts available from
9 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 p.m.
to 3:30 p.m. Registration will
take place at The Salvation Army
located at 1400 Fourth Street S. in
St. Petersburg.
For more information on all holiday
volunteer opportunities call 727-550-
8080, ext. 332 or email GailStark@
uss.salvationarmy.org.


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By Cathy Salsri


How Green Was
Our City?
Sam so tired of lip service about
the environment. If I hear one
more person tell me Gulfport's
going green, I may slap them with
their reusable bags and stuff them in
a recycle bin.
Gulfport isn't green, people. It isn't
even close. Oh, the city's trying. But
it's overlooking some critical areas
that could really use some attention. I
applaud the city replacing light bulbs
and putting more energy-efficient
features in buildings, I do, but that's
just a slice of the pie when it comes to
the environment.
Let's start with grass. Ever ask
yourself why so many city landscapes
still feature grass as the prominent
feature, especially since that grass
takes chemicals, staff, and money
to keep green? Ever wonder many
households worth of taxes the city
could use for other things instead if
they ripped out the grass and put in
ground cover that didn't require so
much money to keep up? Shouldn't
the city be doing that anyway, given
the nitrogen issues surrounding
fertilizer, the "green" stance at least
three councilmembers advocate, and
the decreased revenues from tax
dollars?
Can anyone sufficiently explain
why, when one councilmember is
going to school for environmental
studies, another one advocates
green building regulations, and yet
another has "green" landscaping
days to show residents how to have
environmentally-friendly landscapes,
so much of city property is covered
with beautiful green grass? Clam
Bayou has grass surrounding its
perimeter, and every time the city
cuts it the clippings blow into the
bayou. The marina is edged with
grass; has anyone even questioned
the result of chemically-treated grass
clippings going into Boca Ciega Bay?
Here's another thought: open the
windows. Yes, I know it's Florida.
I know that from April through


October this is not practical. But
city hall windows don't open. Yes, I
know it's more convenient to have
the temperature regulated by an
air conditioner. But wouldn't a little
fresh air be nice, too?
How about the cleaning staff? In all
our talk about clean air and water,
has anyone put into the cleaning
staffs contract that they should use
the least corrosive chemicals to clean
city buildings, or are they using
hydrochloric acid toilet bowl cleaners
to clean the bowls at night?
I'm wondering if anyone at city hall
thinks about these things. I know that
the city clerk has started encouraging
downloading the council meeting
agendas rather than printing them
out (that's how the Gabber accesses
the agendas), and I know there's been
some talk of turning off computers at
night. I think that's great, I do. Of
course, these moves also have solid
fiscal gain for the city- less paper and
less energy.
It's not that the city's doing a horrible
job at going green; it's that there
seems to be a disconnect in common
sense. We'll change out all our light
bulbs and worry about what type of
roof to put on when that happens,
but we don't offer paperless billing
for water bills. That's how many
thousands of envelopes and paper
bills every month?
Realize it's easy to get caught up in all
the things the city could be doing, but
it seems like unless a councilmember
pushes for something, it doesn't
happen. There's no independent
thinking going on inside city hall.
Now, I'm certain this only applies in
this situation, but still- Public Works
director Don Sopak had to tell each
department to come up with ideas for
conserving resources. With the rest
of the world already looking for ways
on its own, why did this even need to
be a directive?
I don't think that every "save
the planet" idea is a good one or
necessarily right for Gulfport, and
I freely admit I'm rather pragmatic
about my own environmental
practices- I try to avoid driving


wherever I can but come June my
air conditioner goes on and stays on
through August. But I don't claim to
be an environmentalist. The city's
certainly starting to pat themselves
on the back for things they're doing,
and while it's great, it isn't enough.
They're where most of us were a long
time ago. The IT director came up
with a plan to turn off computers at
night. Are you kidding me?
Rip out your pretty grass, city hall,
and then we'll talk.

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St. Petersburg Times
Festival of Reading
ST. PETERSBURG-The 18th Annual
St. Petersburg Times Festival of
Reading is scheduled for Saturday,
October 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the University of South Florida
St. Petersburg. This free festival is
a celebration of literacy- featuring
nationally renowned authors, book
signing, panel discussions and a
variety of entertainment. The USF
St. Petersburg campus is located
in downtown St. Petersburg, and
attendees may utilize campus and
downtown parking, giving easy access
to all events throughout the day.
The Times Festival of Reading
has drawn an annual attendance
of approximately 5,000 book
lovers through the course of its
history. Past authors have included
bestsellers such as: Carl Hiassen,
Michael Connelly, Dennis Lehane,
Candace Bushnell, R.L. Stine and
Arianna Huffington. To date, over
45 authors are confirmed to appear
at the 2010 Festival. In addition to
the author appearances, there will
be an extensive Book Market, food
and drink concessions, and family
activities. The complete line-up of
authors and activities will be posted
on www.festivalofreading.com and
also published in a special section
in the St. Petersburg Times on
Thursday, October 21, 2010.
At this time, organizers are seeking
booksellers and vendors of literacy-
related merchandise to be part
of the Book Market. Applications
can be downloaded from the Times
Festival of Reading Web site at www.
festivalofreading.com or requested by
leaving a name, address and phone
number on the Festival of Reading
information line at 727-892-2358.
Sponsorship opportunities are also
available, and inquiries can be made
to the information line.

Polish American Society
The Polish American Society, 1343
Beach Drive S.E., holds a dinner
dance every Sunday through May
22. Dinner is from 3-4:30 p.m. and
dancing is from 4-7 p.m. For dinner
reservations, call Beverly at 526-
6835. Visit their website at www.
PolishSociety.org.


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Get Ready for Halloween


By Melissa Lattman
Finn, 5, shows a mask he worked on at Saturday morning's Get Ready for Halloween at the
St. Pete Beach Public Library.


St. Pete Beach Children's librarian
Maryjane Hyatt shared with patrons
easy to make, create or pull together
Halloween costumes Saturday
morning at the library. She offered
many creative, low cost ideas for
families to make together with adult
supervision. Some costumes included
dollar/discount store items like colored
plastic helmets or various antennas.
Head pieces could also be made with
paper plates with some ribbon to hold
them on and markers to decorate
them. Boxes, poster board and colored
pillow cases were used for bodies.
Some complete ideas included be a
builder with a yellow plastic helmet,
blue jeans and a flannel shirt. Be cool
as a refrigerator using poster board or
a box for the front and back and add
a handle. Or make the poster boards
the front and back of a playing card.
Want to be a present? Put a bow on
your head and put wrapping paper on
the poster board or box.


uameron, 2 1/2, adds a Tire nat to a
superman outfit







The Grounds Crew


by Leigh Clifton
Gulfport Teens showed off their gardening skills last Monday night at the Rec Center.
They are: (back-row ,left to right) Josiah Richardson, 12, Vincent Sicilian, 12, Dylan
McComis, 14, Kyle Christensen, 13, Adriana Blaine, 15, Caitlin Davis, 13, (with rake) Ryan
Stanley, 13 (glasses) and Devon Coppola, 12 (center)

At first they trickled in; the kids who showed up for Teen Night at the Rec
Center last Monday night. But with the bribe of pizza urging them to partici-
pate, (what kid can resist pizza?) eight teens showed up to help John Lapham
and Justin Shea trim bushes, rake and spruce up the front of the Rec Center
earlier this week. The teens are part of the Teen Night group that meets Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Lapham said that
by the kids doing some of the necessary bush trimming and raking, they save
Gulfport's Grounds and Maintenance department some money, frees them up
for other things and most importantly, gets the kids into a community service
project.
"This is good hard work for these kids and it helps out the City. We kind of
adopted the grounds of the Rec Center; we started last Monday night and I
wasn't sure how many kids would show up tonight after they saw how hard
we worked last week. They all got pretty dirty. I'm glad a lot showed up to-
night."








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Power Squadron
Anchoring Seminar
The United States Power Squadron's
Seminar Series "Anchoring" will be
presented by the St. Petersburg Sail
and Power Squadron on Wednesday,
October 20from 7-9p.m. This seminar
covers 1) selection of your anchor,
rode and components considering
your boat, the sea conditions and
bottom characteristics you may
encounter and 2) proper deployment
andrecoveryofyour anchor. Materials
include tables for sizing an anchor
and its components, information for
determining loads under various
conditions, the United States Power
Squadrons Anchoring "Quick Guide",
student guide and copies of all power
point presentation slides.
The seminar will be held on
Wednesday, October 20 from 7-9 p.m.
at the St. Petersburg Sailing Center,
250 Second Avenue SE, Demens
Landing (take 1st Ave. East and cross
small bridge to Demens Landing) in
St. Petersburg. Instruction is free,
materials $20 per family, maximum
of 20 students; pre-registration
required. Contact St. Petersburg
Sail and Power Squadron @www.
boating-stpete.org.

Clothes to Kids Needs
Boys Pants and Jeans
Clothes To Kids (CTK) has a critical
need for boys shorts/pants and young
men's jeans at the St. Petersburg
and Clearwater stores. CTK provides
school wardrobes for 300-350 low-
income, school-age children in
Pinellas County every week! New
or gently used clothes and shoes can
be dropped off between 9 a.m. and
5 p.m. Monday-Friday at Clothes To
Kids two convenient locations. In
Clearwater at: 1059 N. Hercules Ave.
and our new St. Pete store at: 3251
Third Avenue N. Cash donations are
always needed to purchase clothing
in short supply and new underwear.
CTK is actively seeking adult and
youth volunteers to help serve and
support this worthwhile program.
Clothes To Kids, a nonprofit
organization, provides free clothing
to low-income, school-age children in
Pinellas County, free of charge. Call
441-5050 or visit their website at
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Crossing Guard Barbara Moseley Keeps
Kids on the Straight and Narrow
By Leigh Clifton down about something.
For fourteen years crossing There might be a problem
guard Barbara Moseley at home or among their
has kept a watchful friends. That's when she gets
eye on the kids at involved; she asks them if
V Gulfpor t they're ok and lets
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lives just around the
corner from where woi-k-
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means I know a lot o:l Ih. ..-
kids, their parents .iindI
where they live," sh,. -.I -
with a sly smile.
Living in close proximity to
her work has other advan-
tages; she can and will stop
by an unruly student's house
and talk to them and their
parents, if necessary. Espe-
cially if she used to "cross"
the parents during their el-
ementary school days.
"I don't have any problem
going to their houses and
speaking to the parents
about their kids. Some of
these parents I knew when
they were kids and I've seen
them grow up to be parents
themselves. Sometimes their
kids will give me a hard time
in the beginning, but by the
end of the year, they tell me
thank you. That makes my
job pretty ,'.. Il'
Ms. Moseley often recog-
nizes a troubled child right
away; they might walk
with an attitude or seem 4C


them not to be upset. I try to
make them smile. I tell them
'put the thought in your head
that if you cheer up, you'll
have a good day at school.' I
always try to stay positive in
my life and I try to tell them
the same thing. They're all
pretty special."
Sometimes kind words
just aren't enough however.
While Ms. Moseley has never
had a serious alter-
S cation in her
\s 14 years, if
S she sees one
group fussing
with another,
she'll walk up
to the school
and tell them
About it.
"They take care
of it," she says.
Ms. Moseley has
no children of her
.*, n and she thinks
ll.ilI that's why she is
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helps cross the street during
the school year.
"God didn't bless me per-
sonally with kids, but I think
he gave me this big capacity
to love and I want to share
that with these kids," she
says appreciatively.
Ms. Moseley has helped
some of the kids in the neigh-
borhood in other ways; she
has often given out school
supplies purchased with her
own money so the kids can
be prepared for school.
"I always tell them 'you
ARE somebody, you CAN be
somebody!' I want them to
have every opportunity to do
well."
There are a few that have
fallen through the cracks
that Ms. Moseley still thinks
about from time to time.
"I had this boy; he is the un-
cle of one of my current stu-
dents. He was SO smart. I
always told him that I would
help him if he wanted to go to
college. I wanted to see him
go on to school and I would
have happily helped him any
way I could, to get a scholar-
ship or whatever. But he fell
in with the wrong crowd and


it just broke my heart. He
could have been a senator or
a lawyer, he was that smart.
I've seen him around and he
seems to be getting better,"
she says with a little disap-
pointment in her voice
Asked about her age, Ms.
Moseley smiles broadly.
"I'm a proud 73 years old!
God gave me these years and
I am truly grateful. I can't
understand these people
who deny or lie about their
age. That's like telling God
you don't want those years
he has given you. That's not
being grateful to God."
At that moment, Gulfport
Elementary Vice -Principal
Suzanne Hester happens to
walk up with some students
who need to cross the street
and was asked what she
thought about Ms. Moseley.
Her response was immediate
and glowing.
"She really cares about our
kids and she tried to keep
them safe and constantly
reminds them to be careful.
She's the best," Hester says.
Ms. Moseley has another
profession that includes help-
ing others and it involves
blue hair. She's been a "fan
host" at Tropicana Field for
21 years in section 313-315
and she loves it. She is in-
stantly recognizable for the
huge blue afro (or sometimes
straight) wig she wears when
she works.
"Once in a while, I'll forget
my blue hair and the fans
will really give me a hard
time about it," she chuckles.
"Then I have to go get it out
of my locker and put in on,
because people don't recog-
nize me without it!"
Ms. Moseley has made a
noble profession of assisting
others, whether its children
crossing the street or big-
ger ones enjoying a baseball
game. Her wide smile and
dancing eyes sparkle as she
says one last thing.
"Let the little things go...
don't sweat the small stuff. It
took me a long time to learn
that!"


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Hound of the Baskervilles: A Fall Favorite


By Cathy Salustri
The Hound of the Basker-
villes, based on a Sherlock
Holmes novel, is the perfect
autumn mystery. With a few
minor exceptions, this well-
acted play shows local audi-
ences just how well a com-
munity theatre can do a play
that doesn't have the glitz
and glamour of a splashy
musical or recent Broadway
hit.
I must admit, I didn't get
worked up over reviewing
this St. Petersburg Little
Theatre production. With
some recurring talent that,
in the past, left me less than
impressed and a play that
didn't promise high drama
or roll-on-the-floor comedy,
I didn't know why I should
surrender two hours of my
Friday night to it.


Thankfully, I found a reason.
Director David Middleton
did a phenomenal job with
the piece, giving audiences
a classic performance of this
play. It makes a nice Hal-
loween piece aside American
Stage's The Mystery of Irma
Vep; American Stage goes
scary-campy for the season
while St. Petersburg Little
Theatre plays its straight.
This well-performed play
entertains throughout most
of its two-hour plus run. It
falls down in a few places,
but director David Middle-
ton's direction, coupled with
some strong acting and well-
executed technical effects,
props it up as it goes along.
Among some of the best per-
formances onstage are those
of Steve Bell and Olga Cruse,
who play Mr. and Mrs. Barry-
more, respectively. Bell's dry


portrayal of the droll butler
and Kruse's intuitive acting
style make their all-to-brief
moments onstage delightful.
Victor Carr as Watson sur-
prises and delights as well.
Carr, a regular on local com-
munity theatre stages, never
set me on fire with his per-
formances, but I see now that
his on-again, off-again per-
formance history was not his
fault, because under Middel-
ton's tutelage Carr delivers
his strongest performance
yet. He carries the show in
many places, and does it with
admirable showmanship and
craft.
I wish I could say the same
for Tom Campbell, who has
appeared with increasing
regularity on local stages.
His performance, sadly, does
not measure up to the other
actors, staying static and flat
as we watch other characters
blossom into their characters.
Even Charlene Gavens' Lady
Agatha, whose thick accent
troubled me at the play's on-
set, grew into a commanding
performance.
Sherlock Holmes himself,
played by Bruce Taylor,
plays his role to perfection.
There is nothing more to add
to describe a performance
which so well fits the role.
Throughout this play, the
strongest performances are
also the most strictly inter-


preted; there is no room here
for bold new ideas, and Mid-
dleton and Technical Director
Frank Hale don't even try it,
which is much to their credit.
This is old-school playwriting
and old-school theatre suits
it best; if that doesn't appeal
to you, either go with a mind
open to learning to appreci-
ate it or don't go at all.
The play itself is a solid
one, with a little spookiness
and humor as well as the
requisite chunk of mystery
and subterfuge. This is a de-
lightful fall piece, at the end
of which I had every desire
to wrap myself in a chenille
throw in front of a blazing fire
and read every Sherlock Hol-
mes' mystery by candlelight.
St. Petersburg Little Theatre
has somehow managed to
take a play I had absolutely
no desire to see and turn it
into something worthy of my
time and money. In the end,
it opened my mind to some-
thing new.
And that, coupled with an
enjoyable evening, is what
good theatre is really all
about.
The Hound of the Basker-
villes runs through October
17 at St. Petersburg Little
Theatre. Call 727-866-1973
or visit splt.org for tickets.

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GPS SMART BACKPACK-For Elementary
Children. Orders Await! Seek Working/Silent
Investor/Partner to earn cash weekly.
www.gpsall.info. 727-498-8658. Endorsed by
Discovery Channel.
BOOTH RENTAL-For Hair Stylist at Beach-
side Hair Studio on St. Pete Beach. Call Rick
for Details. 727-363-0584.
BEAT THE RECESSION-Residual Income
Opportunity. Part-Time from Home. Go to
www.abminfo.com Sign up Online. ID #3011
David S.
JOIN OUR
UNIQUE GROUP
of Independently Owned Shops. Looking for
People with Interesting Products. Applications
Available for October and the holidays. Call
Steve 312-350-4855. TheMarketPlaceofSt.
Pete.com


MAXIMO APPLICATIONS ENGINEERS (2)
(Largo, FL and client sites) Develop, configure
and customize Maximo applications. Bach-
elor's Degree or equiv. in Engineering and
5yrs exp. req'd in above or as IT Analyst. Must
be proficient in MAXIMO MBO, BEAWeblogic,
WebSphere, Java, J2EE, Oracle and SQL.
Travel to client sites required. Send resumes
to :Bell Systems, Inc., 1301 Seminole Blvd.,
Suite 170, Largo, FL 33770.
HOUSEKEEPER/HOMEMAKER- Good Pay.
Part Time on Call. References, Background
Check and Car a Must! RENT-A-HAND. Lic#
5842. 347-3424.
MAIDS FOR BUSY ESTABLISHED- Com-
pany, Excellent Rate Of Pay, Driver's License
essential, Beach Location. 727-363-1074.
MAXIMO APPLICATIONS ENGINEERS (5)
(Largo, FI and client sites) Develop, configure
and customize Maximo applications. Master's
Degree or equiv. in Computer Applications
reqd. Must be proficient in MAXIMO MBO,
BEA Weblogic, WebSphere, Java, J2EE, Or-
acle and SQL. Travel to client sites required.
Send resumes to: Bell Systems, Inc., 1301
Seminole Blvd., Suite 170, Largo, FL 33770.
JAVA APPLICATIONS ENGINEERS (3) (Lar-
go, FI and client sites) Responsible for devel-
oping custom applications using JSF. Master's
Degree or equiv. in Computer Applications
req d. Must be proficient in Java, JSF, J2EE,
JSP, XML, JDBC, HTML, SDLC, DBMS and
PL/SQL, RAD, SOA, Websphere/Weblogic.
Travel to client sites required. Send resume to:
Bell Systems, Inc., 1301 Seminole Blvd., Suite
170, Largo, FL 33770.
TYPIST WANTED!-Must have own computer.
Call 727-368-2418 or e-mail Juliocvaldesl2@
yahoo.com.
PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $13 per
issue. Call 321-6965.
JAVA APPLICATIONS ENGINEERS (3)
(Largo, FL and Client sites) Responsible for
developing custom applications using JSF.
Bachelor's Degree or equiv. in Engineering
and 5yrs. exp. req'd in above or as IT Ana-
lyst. Must be proficient in Java, JSF, J2EE,
JSP, XML, JDBC, HTML, SDLC, DBMS and
PL/SQL, RAD, SOA, Websphere/Weblogic.
Travel to client sites required. Send resume to:
Bell Systems, Inc., 1301 Seminole Blvd., Suite
170, Largo, FL 33770.
Gabber October 7 October 13, 2010


RECREATION LEADER- City of Gulfport.
Immediate part-time evening position avail-
able for the Teen Night Program. Education/
Experience preferred in education, physical
education or related field. Knowledge of rec-
reational activities, including games, arts &
crafts and sports. Graduation from an accred-
ited highschool or possession of an accept-
able equivalency diploma and minimum of 18
years of age. Entry $10.57/Hr. Backgrounds,
drug screenings and physical will be con-
ducted. Position will remain open until filled.
Applications accepted at the Gulfport Recre-
ation Center, 5730 Shore Blvd. S. or City Hall,
2401 53rd St. S., E.O.E.


LAID OFF CONSTRUCTION- Worker Needs
Any Type of Job. Lawns, Handyman, Odd
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POOLTABLE- First $200. M oving Must Sell.
727-384-2310
WE HAVE A REFRIGERATOR-Dishwasher,
Freezer, and Meat Cutter for sale. If you are
Interested, Please Call 727-867-7290.
$250 FUTON COUCH- Wood Frame, Full
Size. 9" Mattress, 1 Year Old, New Blue Cover.
Futon Chair, $100. 727-656-5420.


WROUGHT IRON SECURITY DOOR- Exte-
rior. $50. Excel Condidion. 727-867-8522
LAWN MOWERS,
GO KARTS
All Kinds. Also Flatbed Trailer 4'x 8'. Call Frank
727-418-8297.
AVON REPS NEEDED
Sign-up with top seller Or purchase products.
Call Mirzana 727-453-2637
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE- Selling
to the bare walls. 20-50% off. Glassware, Art-
work. Much More! Gold Elephant 794 Pasade-
na Ave. S. Pasadena, Mon-Sat 10a.m.-5p.m.
Last day of Business Oct. 20th.
LAWN MOWER $35-Toro Self Propelled $60.
Gas Edger $35. 727-345-5378.
GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For
Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.


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(727) 321-965 fax (727) 327-7830


1987 CHEVY ASTRO- Not Pretty but Still
Runs. Your basic transport. $750 o.b.o. Call
727-384-0724.
2005 VW CONVERTIBLE- Milage 59K, Manu-
al 5-Speed, Pale Blue, Excellent Condition. All
scheduled maintenance, new tires, one owner.
Must sell, $11,900. o.b.o. 727-343-9232.
2007 HARLEY DAVIDSON-Sportster, Anni-
versary, 1200, orange & black. Just over 1000
miles. Comes w/two HD helmets, $8500. 727-
458-2461.









REWARD $275 MIN.
$CASH NOW$
For Junk or Used Cars Trucks Vans. Honest
Same day service. Title or Not, Free Towing.
727-564-0831 or 727-542-8705.
UP TO $500
Paid For Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. 727-458-
7710, 727-458-3721.
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WOW! -Nurses scrubs, size 2X-3X, $3 each,
cardio glider exerciser Originally $300. now
$50, G.E. phone w/answering machine, $15,
3 med.-Lg. bird cages w/stand, $25-$45, All
excellent condition. (727)320-7006, Gulfport.
WATER DISTILLER-Never Used. $100. Braun
Juicer. Seldom Used $40. 727-393-2134.

OTHER WORLDS
Oldsmar location Closed due to the heat.
Visit us at: www.theotherworlds.com. Drums,
Harps, Flutes, Bagpipes, Sitars & More. Great
Selection of Gemstone Jewelry. Call Tuesday -
Saturday, 727-345-2800.

LIKE JEWELRY?
Earn it for free!! Invite your friends over and
host a Silpada Designs Jewelry party. It's that
easy and it's fun! I will bring the .925 sterling
boutique to your house. Give me a ring at 727-
410-3516. Deb Reichart, Independent Silpada
Representative. www.mysilpada.com/debbie.
reichart



WEIGHT BENCH
With Leg extension plus rack with 4001b. Hex
Dumbbels. Treasure Island. $200. for All! Call
727-365-9393.


WET SLIPS-From 25' to 55' Sail of Power.
$7.50/F. Easy Access to Gulf. 2 Slips Left. 727-
641-6465.
BOAT SLIP UP TO 45'-Easy no Bridge, Ac-
cess to Gulf. Pass-A-grille. $200/Mo. 727-458-
3954.

BOAT SPECIALIST
$10.00 /ft. Buff & Wax Special; Fiberglass &
Gelcoat Repair, Quality Paint, Pre-Purchase
Inspection, Custom Molds. 24 Years Boat
Building Experience. Call Steve 727-365-
3210.


KEYBOARD 60 KEYS-Yamaha 1,000 Sounds.
$75 o.b.o. 323-1553.


MALTESE-SCHITZU- Black & White. Female
for sale due to urgent move! $250. 8-months.
All Shots. Spade, Please Call 727-251-0220


MILITARY HELMETS, MILITARY-Zippo Light-
ers, Private Buyer 727-688-7459.
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includes notarized affidavit of publication and
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SOUTHWEST PINELLAS
STORAGE CENTER
700 51st Street South,
Gulfport, FL. 33707
(727) 321-9114
ON OCTOBER 15th, 2010 @ 9:30 A.M.


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FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Cora Heard, desir-
ing to engage in business under the fictitious
name Cora's Angels Home Day Care located
in Pinellas County, Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Division of Corpora-
tions, Florida Department of State, pursuant
to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. (Oc-
tober 7, 2010)
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Florida Body Shop gives notice of Foreclosure
and Lein and Intent to sell the following vehi-
cles on 10/25/10 at 11:00a.m. at 6363 Ulmer-
ton Road, Largo, FL 33771. Said Company
reserves the right to accept or reject any and
all bids. 04 Chevy 1GCHC23V34F108958. 00
Mitsubishi JA4L531HXYPO24509. 97 Pon-
tiac 1G2JB1243V7613608. 94 Toyota 4T1GK-
13E3RVO52116.


2 FAMILY- Antiques, Furniture, Etc. 2524 &
2512 57th St. S. Friday & Saturday, 8-?
5844 26TH AVE. S.- Friday & Saturday
8-11a.m. Bargains Galore!
SAT. OCT. 9-6841 17th St. S. 7:30-?.
REAL GOOD STUFF- 3215 Fairfield Ave. S.
898-8827. 8:30-3p.m. October 9th, Sch Uni-
forms, Men's Suits, Winter/Summer Clothes
for All Ages, Shore, Furniture New & Used.
Pictures, Ceramics, Toys & Lots More! Come
& Bring a Friend.
MOVING SALE-All household Items, Every-
thing Must Go! 6210 27th Ave. N. Saturday
9am.-1pm.
ESTATE SALE-4930 13th Ave. S. Friday, Sat.
& Sun. We Open early!
FRIDAY 918 59TH ST. S.- 10-2p.m. 100's of
Items for Cars, Boats & Home. Call Carl 727-
460-7153.


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CHEAP PLANT SALE BY-Jerry Garcia. Bam-
boo and More! 2532 Beach Blvd. Saturday
7am.-?
HUGE SALE!- 4929 9th Ave. S. Fri, & Sat.
9-2p.m. Antiques, Books, Jewelry, Pictures,
Toys, Pond Accessories and More! Rain or
Shine. Gulfport Flea Market. 727-557-6349.



LOST DOG

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NEVER FAILING PRAYER TO ST. MICHAEL
St. Michael, the Archangel, Defend Us In
Battle; Be Our Defense Against the Wicked-
ness and Snares of the Devil. May God Re-
buke Him We Humbly Pray; and Do You Oh
Prince of the Heavenly Host, By the Power
of God, Thrust Into Hell 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 Lodging in
the House of Our Savior Intercede for Me and
My Family That We Will Be Able to Hold God
Close to Our 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 Difficulties as You Did the Dragons
at Your Feet. Our Father (Say 3 Times). Hail
Mary(Say 3 Times). Glory Be (Say 3 Times).
This Prayer is to be Said 9 Tuesdays, in Suc-
cession and Each Tuesday a Candle Shal
Be Lighted and a Copy of This Prayer Lft in
the Church to Help Another Soul in Distress
and Support the Devotion to St. Michael. This
Miraculous Saint Grants Everything, No Mat-
ter How Difficult, Before the Termination of 9
Tuesday. v
POWERFUL PRAYER TO HOLY SPIRIT -
Holy Spirit, you who solves all problems, who
lights all roads so that I can attain my goal, you
who give me the divine gifts to forgive and for-
get all evil against me and that in all instances
of my life you are with me, I want in this short
prayer to thank you for all things and confirm
once again that I never want to be separated
from you, even in spite of all material illusions. I
wish to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank you
for your mercy toward me and mine. G.B.
Gabber October 7 October 13, 2010










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most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruit-
ful vine, splendor of heaven. Blessed Mother
of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist
me in my necessity. O star of the sea, help me
and show me here you are my mother. O Holy
Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and
Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom
of my heart to succor me in necessity (make re-
quest). There are none that can withstand your
power. O Mary, conceived without sin, pray
for us who have recourse to thee. (3 times.)
Holy Mary, I place this cause in your hands.
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days and then you must publish it and it will be
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POWERFUL PRAYER TO HOLY SPIRIT -
Holy Spirit, you who solves all problems, who
lights all roads so that I can attain my goal, you
who ive me the divine gifts to forgive and for-
get al evil against me and that in all instances
of my life you are with me, I want in this short
prayer to thank you for all things and confirm
once again that I never want to be separated
from you, even in spite of all material illu-
sions. I wish to be with you, in eternal glory.
Thank you for your mercy toward me and mine
4H.T.
POWERFUL PRAYER TO Holy Spirit, you
who solves all problems, who lights all roads
so that I can attain my goal, you who give me
the divine gifts to forgive and forget all evil
against me and that in all instances of my life
you are with me, I want in this short prayer to
thank you for all things and confirm once again
that I never want to be separated from you,
even in spite of all material illusions. I wish
to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank you for
your mercy toward me and mine. The
person must say this prayer for 3 consecutive
days. After 3 days the favor requested will be
granted, even if it may appear difficult. This
prayer must be published immediately after
the favor is granted, without mentioning the
favor, only your initials should appear at the
bottom. TT.D.4M.D.D.
POWERFUL PRAYER TO Holy Spirit, you
who solves all problems, who lights all roads
so that I can attain my goal, you who give me
the divine gifts to forgive and forget all evil
against me and that in all instances of my life
you are with me, I want in this short prayer to
thank you for all things and confirm once again
that I never want to be separated from you,
even in spite of all material illusions. I wish
to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank you for
your mercy toward me and mine. The
person must say this prayer for 3 consecutive
days. After 3 days the favor requested will be
granted, even if it may appear difficult. This
prayer must be published immediately after
the favor is granted, without mentioning the
favor, only your initials should appear at the
bottom. 4D.D.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY- To the City of Gulfport for
100 Years! From RENT-A-HAND, INC.- 727-
347-3424.

WE GO THERE! 321-6965







Gabber October 7 October 13, 2010


2br-1.5ba, 1135 sq. ft. condo walk to
shopping, bus-dr. Priced reduced to
$650.00 a month, annual rent.





1 BEDROOM APT.-Unfurnished, Newly Re-
modeled. Walk to Beach. Small Pet ok. Trea-
sure Island. $630/Mo. Call Now. C21 Jim White
Associates. 727-365-9393.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE-Large
2BR/1BA, Triplex, Like New. CH/A, W/D, Dis-
posal. All Tile. On Pinellas Trail. 5801 Fairfield
Ave. S. $900/Mo. 1st/last/security. No Smok-
ing Only. Call 813-421-5152 or email fair-
field5801 @gmail.com
3/2 HOME IN GULFPORT-Newer A/C, Up-
dated Kitchen. 5114 Preston Ave. S. $1000/
Mo. Call Jason & Leave a Message. 727-542-
4543.
GULFPORT DUPLEX-1BR/1BA $650/Mo.
2BR/1BA $750/Mo. plus Security. Garden Set-
ting. Very Clean, Ceiling Fans, CHA, Water &
Garbage Included. No Section 8. 727-424-
6085.
1BR FURNISHED-Renovated Cottages or
Mobile Homes. St. Pete Location. Most Rea-
sonable Rent around! Very Clean, Well Main-
tained! Good Tenants Only Very Few Left.
Monthly 727-410-6599.

HISTORIC KEY WEST
STYLE BUILDING
5208 27th Ave. S. Walk to Arts District and
Waterfront, Large 1 BR/1BA, Den, Diningroom,
Kitchen, White Picket Fence, Brick Streets,
Porch, High Ceilings, Wood Floors, Large
Backyard, $650/mo. Available Immediately,
Call 727-452-8566.

TOWN SHORES
ANNUAL RENTAL
Nottingham Bldg. #302. 2BR/2BA 1250sqft.
End Unit, Magnificent Views. Brand new car-
pet paint & tile. $1100/Mo. Available Fur-
nished/Unfurnished. 678-222-8403.


TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 727-822-2200.
CONDO ARBOR GROVE/MAXIMO AREA
2BR's Each w/Patios. 2 Full Bathrooms,
Washer/Dryer, Dishwasher. 2nd Floor End Unit
Overlooking Pool. Newly Renovated. Available
Now! $1000/Mo. Call 727-565-3908.
SWEET LITTLE STUDIO-In quiet lush tropical
setting, high ceiling, tiled floor, tiled shower,
tiny kitchen, moments walk to beach and Gulf-
port Art District. $450/Mo. & Utilities. Contact
Ciara, 727-321-1786.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-St. Pete Studio
Apts. from $450/Mo., 1BR's from $550/Mo.,
2BR's from $625/Mo. Vouchers & Section 8
OK.727-804-5596.
SOUTH PASADENA-2/2 Third Floor Condo
w/Granite, Stainless, Tile and Carpet, Gated
Community, Pool and Fitness, $1150/Mo. Boat
Slip Available. 727-345-9399.
ASSISTED LIVING, NOT FOR-You? Gulfport-
Nice 1BR/1BA in Duplex. Owner Occupied
(retired Nurse). All Utilities included for 1 Non-
Smoker. No Section 8. Can Assist with Trans-
portation to Doctors, Pharmacy, Groceries.
weekly Clothes Washing, Bi-weekly House-
keeping. No Medical Services or Treatments
Provided. Call Dan 727-327-6144 or 727-249-
3849. $1400/Mo. 1st/Last.
SO. PASADENA NEAR STETSON- 2BR/1BA
Apt. Inside Utility Room. Large Storage area..
$725/Mo. Excellent Condition. Also 2BR/1BA,
1 Car Garage, Small Den, Screen porch, $895/
mo. 727-345-7036.
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! $600/Mo. 727-
343-7332.
BEACH BLVD.-Large Efficiency, $625/Mo.,
1 BR + Study, $675/Mo. Nice Setting, W/D in
Apartment, Tile, Carpet, AC & Fans. 727-543-
3897.
3318 73 ST. N.-Near Bike Trail & Tyrone.
3BR/1BA, CHA, Washer/Dryer Hookup, Gar-
bage Disposal,. Dishwasher, Ceiling Fans,
White Tile Floors & Burgurndy Carpeting.
$900 Security/$900/Mo. Pets? 727-347-1779.


Waterfront/Non-Waterfront Furn/Unfurn Winter/Yearly Rentals
55 plus community
NEW LISTING Lancaster #211 ,1 bed, 1 bath waterfront, furnished .....................$ 900.00
Buckingham Corner Unit 5th Floor, yearly unfurnished .................................................$1200.00
Windsor #504, 2 bed, 2 bath furnished, yearly rental .................................................$1350.00
Avalon #109,1 bed 1 bath furn .................................................................................. $1000.00 Annual
Embassy #304 2 bed 2 bath, carport, 181 day rental ........................................................$1150.00 monthly
Jamison House #310 2 bed 2,181 day rental .............................................................. $ 850.00 monthly
Manchester #109 2 bed 2 bath, 181 day rental ................................................................ $ 950.00 monthly
Manchester #302 2 bed 2 bath, 181 day rental ................................................................ $ 950.00


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GULFPORT, 5019 #4 29TH AVE.-S. (upstairs)
2BR/1BA, Newer Kitchen and Appliances,
Coin W/D on site. Includes Water. $695/Mo.
$350/Security. See pics on Craigs list 727-
742-5140.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT- Near Beach, Li-
brary, Large Efficiency $525/Mo. Remodeled
2BR, $700/Mo. Both include W/S/G & Cable.
727-321-8582.
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.
PASADENA-2BR Duplex Apt. $695/Mo. (66th
St./2nd Ave. S. area) New Ceramic Floors,
Freshly Painted, Private Property, Large Yard,
Central Location. Shops, Bus. 727-345-1367.
NORTH ST. PETE-Updated 1BR, On-Site
Laundry, Off-Street Parking. $565/Mo. 108 SW
Lincoln Circle N. 727-688-9799.




1. Nice Ibr condo, 48th Ave. N. & 4th St. $550/mo.
2. Spacious, clean lbr/1ba apt in Northeast St Pete
$530/mo.
3. Westwood Villas 2br/2ba $699/mo.
4. Seminole Duplex 2br/1ba $775/mo.
We can rent your house/condo to qualified tenants





GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-2BR/2BA
Fenced Yard, Carport, Screened Porch, Great
Florida Room. $950/Mo. Small Pet Okay. 727-
692-7208.
HOUSE RENT OR SALE-1719 York St. S.
Gulfport. 3BR/1BA, No Pets. $775/Mo. plus
security 1-773-582-4226.
GULFPORT NEAR BEACH-1.5 miles to
Stetson. 1BR Apt. W/D, Tile, Newly Remod-
eled. No Application Fee. 4926 29th Ave. S.
727-729-0385 or 727-543-1789.
LA CHATEAU S. PASADENA- 1 BR/1 BA Con-
do $700/Mo. Pool, No Pets. 727-367-1408.
FIVE TOWNS CONDO RENTAL-Updatedlg
1bd/lba. Incls water, trash, gas, cable, ame-
nities. 55+ popular complex. Many activities..
$535.00 month. Yearly only. Call Helene, He-
lene's Realty 727-410-7076.
WEST ST. PETE/PASADENA-Updated Spa-
cious 1BR, Pool, BBQ+ Laundry On-site.
$525/Mo. Convenient Location, 63rd St. & 1st
Ave. S. 727-458-7828.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-Furnished
1 br/1ba, micro kitchen. Utilities included. Close
to shops, beach & bus. $500/Mo. plus Security.
$450 First month. 727-345-1869.
KEY WEST STYLE-1 BR/1 BA Apt. Hardwood
Floors. Clean and Private. $535/Mo. plus de-
posit. Single, Mature Adult. 5626 Gulfport
Blvd. S. 727-384-2259.
3BR DUPLEX-Fenced-in Yard, Good Location.
$700/Mo. + 1 Month Security. 2220 York St. So.
Hud Approved. 321-1793 or 502-7530.

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2BR/1BA HOUSE-Tile floors, Washer/Dryer
hook-up, Near Elementary school. $800/Mo.
plus $500/Security. Available Now. Section 8
Ok. 727-463-5759 or 727-323-0909.


WATERFRONT GULFPORT MARINA- House
2BR/2BA, C/H/A, W/D, DW, Fully Furnished,
Fenced, Concrete Parking. Pet Friendly. Vaca-
tion, Weekly or Monthly. 727-328-0203.
FURNISHED 1BR- Annual $600, Plus Elec-
tric. Beach Blvd. Location. Ceiling Fans. Ren-
ovated, Nice & Clean. Outside Patio Garden
Setting. 727-321-7966.
COME SPEND THE WINTER-with Us on the
Beach! Redecorated 2BR/2BA with all Ame-
nities. Great Location Over Looking the Gulf.
Minimum of 3/Mo. 727-347-1535 or 727-360-
9494 MARCOUX REALTY INC.
NEAR TYRONE FURNISHED EFFICIENCY-
Patio, In private house, $550, Cable/Utilities
Included. Small Deposit. 1 Person Only. Call
Sissy, 345-4200.


PROFESSIONAL LADY-to Rent Room in my
Home. Private Bath, Cable, Kitchen & Laundry
Privileges. Call 727-347-5280.
ROOMMATE WANTED- Pasadena/Gulfport.
Full House Privileges, Utilities & Wireless In-
ternet Included. 727-344-0509.
ROOMS AVAILABLE IN PRIVATE-Homes
from $400-$500 Monthly. Applications and
Criminal Background Checks Required. Con-
tact Home Share Pinellas 727-945-1528 www.
homeshareprogram.org


OFFICE & RETAIL SPACE- From $398-$791/
Mo. Ample Parking. Madeira Beach. 727-641-
6465.
OFFICE SPACE S. PASADENA- At Executive
Bldg. 727-209-0606.





This beautiful 2 bed, 2 bath, condo mint move in condition.
Newer ANC, upgraded carpet. Kitchen completely remodeled,
along with the bathrooms including cabinets, counter tops
and ceramic tile. Short Sale.
Easy to show, $70,000 Call listing agent at 420-7263
Darrell Biggs
Admo& 727-420-7263

BILL SAMPSON JR.
BAIRD REALTY GROUP
Specializing in Town Shores. Taking New List-
ings for the Season. 727-776-7280.

HARSHAW SUBDIVISION-3BR/2BA, Fam-
ily Room, Screened in Porch, Neat and
lean, 2 Car Garage. $159,900 No Flood
Insurance Required. Pasadena YCC 2 story
4BR/3.5BA/3CG plus Bonus Room 4500 heat-
ed Sqft. Family room with Fireplace, 20' ceil-
ings, Large Kitchen with Breakfast room over
looking large Screened in Pool, Golf Course
and Pond. $639,500. Five Towns 2BR/2BA, 2
story Condo, 1600 heated Sqft. Large Laundry
Room. $129,000 Ask for Margit Kaltar COLD-
WELL BANKER 727-545-5634 or 727-643-
5172.


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TOWN SHORES BUCKINGHAM 2BR/2BA,
magnificent view, balcony, updated bath-
rooms, beautiful floors, washer/dryer, covered
parking. No realtors. $222,000. 727-244-2268. a


BEST BUY. DELUXE 1000+ st one bedroom 1st fl.
Tile hall, kitchen, dining room. Excellent. Furniture
available. Pool behind building. Walk to bank, shops.
Great location, many amenities. Not a short sale.
Ready now. 55+ age. Small pet OK.
$38,900
Large corner. 1300 sf 2bd/1ba, w/d, carport, walk in
closets, looks good. Top floor. Walk to Publix, shops
and banks. 55+ complex. Many amenities.
Great location. No pets.
$72,900
2bd/2ba screen balcony, pretty water view, carport,
bonus room off kitchen. Split bedrooms. Quiet location.
Small pet OK. Well kept. Fumiture available. Many
amenities. Really good buy.


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5711 10th St. North
3 bed/2bath/1car garage Owner Says Sell Now!
Beautiful block home in a great neighborhood near Tyrone.
Good size rooms and adorable retro kitchen with eat-in nook.
Nice terrazo floors and a bonus room for entertaining.
Nothing else like this in St. Pete for price! Fenced yard with
alley access! All appliances incl. washer/dryer.
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5005 5th Ave. South
3 bed/2bath/2car garage Plus Income 1/1 Apt.
Fabulous totally updated home with gleaming hardwood
floors, brand new kitchen, granite tops, SS appliances and
decorator baths. New windows...new everything just blocks
from downtown Gulfport. Do the math! Apt rents for $650 a
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