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Gulfport City Wide
Yard Sale
This Saturday
See page 60


FREE
Every Thursday


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Inside
this week..
Senior Center 5k-
This Saturday
see page 5

Operation Santa-
Seeks Assistance
see page 9

Gabber Holiday
Advertising Specials
see page 15

Public Comment -
Gulfport Council
see page 30

Thank You Soldiers
see page 31

Author Sherri Smith
Visits Bogie
see page 34

Response Letters to
Bill Northrop
see page 37

American Legion
Post 125 Activities
see page 39

Gulfport Water
Quality Report
see page 40
Area Halloween
Photos
see page 47
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City Wide Halloween Weekend

Sf- .


Photo by Leigh Clifton
Pirates, scary monks and fairies invaded the courtyard last
Saturday night in Gulfport's Javaween Celebration. Here Kalista
Mackey (left) Kealey Behrendt Travis Croom and Meghan Croom
pose in front of the courtyard knight.
See More Halloween, page 47


Gulfport Asked to
Support Fundamen-
tal Schools
Former Gulfport Elementary prin-
cipal Lisa Grant and two other
representatives spoke to the city
council about proposed changes to
Gulfport Elementary and Boca Cie-
ga High School. The school board
proposes changing Gulfport El-
ementary to a fundamental elemen-
tary school. The school board also
proposes changing a portion of Boca
Ciega High School to a fundamen-
tal school.
If the school board makes the
changes, Boca Ciega High School
will still accept students into a non-
fundamental program, but Gulfport
Elementary will become an exclu-
sively fundamental school.
Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon
asked council to sign a letter endors-
ing their support for the changes.
Councilman Sam Henderson said
he wouldn't sign the letter, saying
there were things about the program
he found fundamentally flawed, de-
spite his daughter's attendance in a
fundamental program.
See Fundamental, page 5


Featuring Frida
By Melissa Lattman
ST. PETE BEACH- Through Nov. 6 cele-
brate the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo
at the St. Pete Beach Public Library. Gi-
ant reproductions of her work along with
an extensive selection of library books,
DVDs, and other materials celebrating
the colorful art, rich culture, and talent-
ed peoples of Mexico are on display. The
week end's with a special program on Sat-
urday, Nov. 6 at 11 a.m. Artist, perform-
ing artist, and author Boo Ehrsam will
share a presentation as "Frida". Ehrsam's
interest in Frida Kahlo was sparked when
her own artwork, which has been nation-
ally and internationally displayed, was
compared with that of Kahlo.







Wine For a Cause
Photo by Cathy Salustri
Rory Robertson of St. Petersburg
samples a chardonnay at Pic
Pac Liquors weekly wine tasting
and benefit. Anyone wishing to
sample wines makes a small
donation of any amount and
samples the wines on offer from
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Friday
night. All the monies collected
go to Abilities of Florida.
Abilities assists people with a
disabilities, helping train them
for a career, find housing, and
other life milestones.



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Pick Up your City-Wide
Yard Sale Brochure
You can pick up your Gulfport City-
Wide Yard Sale brochure at these
city facility locations now at City
Hall at 2401 53rd St. S., Gulfport
Senior Center at 5501 27th Ave. S.,
Gulfport Public Library at 5501 28th
Ave. S., Gulfport Casino Ballroom at
5500 Shore Blvd. S., The Gulfport
Marina at 4630 29th Ave. S. and the
Gulfport Recreation Center at 5730
Shore Blvd. S. You can also print it
online at www.mygulfport.us under
"latest news" (the bottom of the main
page). The link will be "City Wide
Yard Sale". It will take two 8 12" X
14" (legal) sheets.
The Gabber has also partnered
up as a sponsor to offer the list of
Gulfport addresses in their "Yard
Sale Section" in today's edition.
Also, Sir Speedy has sponsored with
assisting in printing costs. Thank
you, Gulfport Gabber and Sir Speedy
for your sponsorship!
On the day of the event, Saturday,
November 6 at 8 a.m., the Gulfport
Senior Center, (5501 27th Ave. S.
drive thru entrance) and the Gulfport
Lions Club (4630 Tifton Dr. S. during
the Pancake Breakfast) will be the
main hubs to pick up your brochure
until 11 a.m. that day or until
supplies last.
Happy selling and shopping!









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Paradise

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You can donate your unsold
Yard Sale items to area
charitable organizations!

List of some Charitable
Organizations in Pinellas:

* Salvation Army
5885 66th Street North
St. Petersburg, FL
(727) 541-7781 (Donations accepted
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
* Goodwill
Pasadena Shopping Center
Corner of 22nd Avenue South and
Pasadena
Gulfport, FL
(727) 523-1512 ext. 308 (Donations
accepted 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
* Children's Charity Fund
7490 49th Street North
Pinellas Park, FL
(727) 548-4710 (Donations accepted
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
* Kidney Foundation
4304 South Dale Mabry Hwy
Tampa, FL (Donations accepted
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
(727) 894-3484
* St. Vincent De Paul Society
180 34th Street North
St. Petersburg, FL (Donations
accepted 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)
(727) 528-4335
* Boley Centers' YOUR
Neighborhood Store
6163 9th Ave. N.
St. Petersburg, FL (Hours: 9 a.m. -
5:30 p.m. 7 days a week)
(727) 344-6579


GULFPORT
LIONS CLUB

PANCAKE
BREAKFAST
Saturday, November 6th
Gulfport Lions Den
4630 Tifton Drive South

PANCAKES, SAUSAGES,
SCRAMBLED EGGS,
COFFEE, TEA

Serving From: Donation
7:00 AM until 11:00 AM $4.00
Gabber November 4 November 10, 2010


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).
You can pick up the Gulfport City Wide Yard Sale Brochure 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" 12 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!









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Green Building
Ordinance
GULFPORT- After debate about en-
ergy savings and concerns over the
city's financial ability to meet con-
servation goals, city council voted to
move forward on the conservation
goals in the proposed Green Building
ordinance.
"These are goals to formalize what
we're going to attempt to accomplish
on your behalf," City Manager Jim
O'Reilly told council.
The city's Planning and Zoning de-
partment will review the ordinance
before the city council votes on it.

Hybrid Police Vehicle
GULFPORT- City council voted to
allow the police department to pur-
chase a hybrid vehicle. Police Chief
Rob Vincent said the vehicle would
not be used for pursuit. The vehicle
will cost $27,000 and was not includ-
ed in the city's approved budget. A
memo to council explained that the
city would use contraband forfeiture
and federal funds to purchase the ve-
hicle.


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Chief Vincent volunteered that a
non-hybrid versions of the car would
cost roughly $8,000 less and that,
even with cost savings, the hybrid
would still cost the city roughly
$4,000 over the life of the car, or
$800 per year over five years.
"I was under the impression that
the $800 a year is worth the positive
impact it would have unmaking the
statement that we're trying to be
environmentally responsible," Chief
Vincent said.
Council voted unanimously to pur-
chase a hybrid vehicle.

Jeri Reed Receives
Spirit of Gulfport Award
"The Spirit of Gulfport award is
something that is not easily earned,"
Mayor Mike Yakes told Jeri Reed as
he presented her with the Spirit of
Gulfport award. The council pre-
sented Ms. Reed with the award for
her work with So49.
In addition to the award, the mayor
presented Ms. Reed with the key to
the city.






Fundamental,
from front page
"Because of the fundamental program
and the guidelines that I think are
flawed and how the guidelines would
affect a lot of people in Gulfport, I
can't be signatory to that letter,"
Councilman Henderson said.
"I don't think that it's part of the
city council's responsibility to tell the
school board what to do; i think we
would be a little upset if the school
board came here and told us how to
run the city," Vice-Mayor King said.
Councilman Hastings also said he
would not sign the letter, saying he
didn't know if a lot of things in the
letter Councilman Salmon asked the
city to sign had proven facts.
"No child is left behind, but they're
left in a different environment," May-
or Mike Yakes added.

Senior Property
Tax Exemption
GULFPORT- Senior citizens who own
property in Gulfport could see an ad-
ditional tax savings in coming years.
The city approved an ordinance that
would give property owners age 65
and over an additional $25,000 ex-
emption on their property taxes.
City staff estimates this will result
in almost $5,000 in property tax sav-
ings for Gulfport seniors. The ordi-
nance must pass a second reading
before it becomes law.
I'm just delighted that we're doing
this," Councilwoman Jennifer Salm-
on said before council unanimously
passed the exemption.


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November 16th
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Notice of General Election and Qualifying Period
The City of South Pasadena, Florida, will hold a municipal election on Tuesday,
March 8, 2011 for the election of two Commissioners. Qualifying begins at
12:00 noon on November 23, 2010 and ends at 12:00 noon on December 13,
2010. Candidates shall have been a resident of the city for one year and shall
be a duly qualified elector of the city.
An informational meeting will be held on Monday, November 15, 2010 at
10:00 a.m. at City Hall for anyone interested in becoming a candidate for the
March 8, 2011 election. If you need further information, please call the City
Clerk's office at 347-4171.



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(727) 893-2237 or (727) 893-1231

Gulfport Chamber of Commerce 2808 58'h Street South
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ONLINE: www.GuliportSeniorFoundation.org

All Proceeds to Develop the Gulfport Senior Center's
Fitness Programs and Equipment.
Donations are tax deductible and wel/oomed







Letters
A Howling Good Time!
Dear Editor: I took my 86 year
old mom down to the Rec Center on
Saturday night to volunteer for the
Halloween Bash. I think she had as
much fun as the kids!
Marivel and the entire recreation
staff put on one terrific time for the
kids and community. They deserve
a lot of credit for their hard work.
There were games, a haunted house,
a snack shack and even a boo room
for the younger visitors. Judging by
the many "thank you's" that we heard
from parents and children, their good
works did not go unnoticed.
So once again, "Kudos" to the
recreation staff for providing a fun and
safe Halloween for the community.
Great job. Oh, and by the way, Mom
wants to know if she can come back
next year, even though she got into
the candy?
Pam McGinnis


An Embarrassment or has
"Mean City Syndrome"
Reappeared?
Dear Editor: I attended the Gulfport
City Council Meeting on November
2, 2010. During the Public Session
two of our citizens voiced their
"embarrassment" and slanderous,
derogatory and contemptuous
comments specifically aimed at two
of our Council Members.
If these residents (I can not call them
gentlemen) are "embarrassed" by the
actions or inactions of the Council


and how these two residents perceive
them, I would encourage them to
watch the video of the meeting. Their
behavior and comments they made
can be construed as embarrassing.
To allege someone needs "...to get
a motel..." because they are seen
together is over the edge. I am
quite sure that the intent of "Public
Session" is not to give residents three
minutes to bully, antagonize, ridicule
and belittle our Council members.
As for party affiliations yes, city
council is a non-partisan position.
Does that mean your council
members are not allowed to speak or
be seen with any official with a party
affiliation? That is a bit overboard
and extreme, don't you think?
I have a party affiliation, yet I email,
phone and meet with elected officials
of different parties. Why? Because
when I am involved with a topic that
needs to be addressed, I will speak
to any and every person that may
be able to affect some assistance or
change.
They also need to consider that
although the first amendment allows
for freedom of speech, the Florida
Supreme Court recently "...refused
to take an appeal from a lower
court ruling that says the public
has no right to speak at meetings of
government bodies..." ('Open meeting'
can deny comment, top court agrees"
- St. Petersburg Times October 27,
2010). In essence, the public session
could actually go away and it would
not be a problem, especially if it
continues to be used as a format for
personal attacks.
Jeri Reed


South Pasadena Civic Association
The South Pasadena Civic Association will be having their annual Thanksgiving
dinner on Saturday, November 6 featuring turkey, ham and all the trimmings.
Cost is $12 members, $14 non-members. Call Agnes at 347-5292 for tickets. Ten
games of bingo will follow the dinner.
Their regular meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 10 at 1:30 p.m.
The speaker will be Horticulturist Natalie Leggette. The meeting is open to all.


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The City of Gulfport
would like to send
special recognition
and thanks
to all who participated
in the 2010 Spooktacular
Halloween Bash

Presenters
The City of Gulfport
Gulfport City Departments
GEMS
Police Department
Public Works Department
Recreation Division
Trolley
Sponsors
Act 1 Promotions
Freeman Irrigation
Gulf Coast Seafood
Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
the Gabber
Gulfport Lion's Club
Mostly Mopar
Safety Tire
Sail Away Realty
The Perfect Ten
Volunteers
C.E.R.T.
Gulfport Police Explorers
Gulfport Teen Council
Stetson College of Law Phi
Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
Lorraine Babus
Ricky Cottrell
Evangeline Kimble
Paul Latragna
Brian Lawrence
Mary Ann McGinnis
Pam McGinnis
Janice Ryan
Bob Smith
Rita Thompson
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o AMERICAN LEGION

Andy Anderson Post 125, 6440 5th Ave. S. St. Petersburg, Fl.
(727) 347-6085
THANK YOU To the Big Guy upstairs for our weather and giving us the ability to do good things for others. For our golfers-without them, this doesn't
happen. For our bartender at the Legion-Linda, and our beverage server Shirley. Our great cooking staff Tom and Shawn.
The following generous folks are our hole sponsors and gift donators. Please patronize these businesses and don't forget to Thank them for their support.


mAmerican Legion Post 14
American Legion Post 14


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American Legion Post 125
501 (c) Solutions


Albert M. Davis Construction Co., Inc
Chris Taylor Merrill Lynch
Gulf Animal Hospital


The Boyd's Jerry, Rodney and Donny
LCPL Joseph Ruffin USMC, CAMP Alamo
Afghanistan In Memory of Uncle Donny
In Memory of Pete Blanco from his golfing
team Dr. Roy Clark, Lenny Dee & Bill Blair
In Loving Memory of Sunny Honey -
Barbar Jenco & Jean Shadday
In Loving Memory of Debbie Lee
In Loving Memory of Donny Boyd
(Heather's Family)
American Legion Post 104
VFW Post 39
Amvets Post 8 bartenders Gail Bailey &
Michelle Keller
Amvets Post 8
Al & Linda Davis
A-Able Locksmiths
A-Life Tribute
Alsco Linen Supply
Betty Boop & Doc

Al & Linda Davis
Applebee's Neighborhood Grille & Bar
Beachcomber Beach Resort Hotel
Bay Breeze Beauty Salon
Bobby Campbell
Drunken Clam
Fazio's
Frank McCall

Al & Linda Davis
Alice Bernard, Bill Blair
Bob Burke
Bonnie Luthin, Don & Charly Phipps,
Frank McCall
Heather Rosenberg


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Jim & Slim's Tool Supply Inc.
O'Maddy's
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Auxiliary Post 125 Leland's Plumbing
Drunken Clam Valenty's Lounge
- Otwe Spon4soW
Bama Seafoods
Color Guard Post 125
Carl's Piano Bar
Caldwell Realty
Central Avenue Pack, Ship & Print
Central Glass & Window
Charlene Brannock
Cathy Holman
Dee Regan
David & Cathy Hoffmeister
Detour Bar & Club
Eddie K's Landscape Services
Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
Gulfport Veterinarian
Goofy & Pluto
Kay's Family Restaurant, Inc.
Karaoke by Mike & Dee
Mike Wells
Microsystems
SuP ies Doated 4: -
Great Bay Distributors-Budweiser
Green Iguana
Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
Jim & Slim's Tool Supply
Latitudes
McNally's Neighborhood Grill
Poodle Palace-Laura Campbell


John Hansen
John Sloat
Liz Proderick & Willette Amenamen
Our Commander Vern Hunter & Lady Etta,
Our Food Waitresses Lisa Streitmatter
Desiree Hunter & Ashley Harris


S.A.L. Post 104
S.A.L. Post 125
The Apothecary


Oar House
Paula Schroeder
Poker Room Post 125
Pasadena Jewelers
Pasadena Bar
Pepperz
Rainbow Plumbing
Reed Car Care
Seabreeze Manor of Tampa Bay
Sue & Bill Jonas
Shirley Minick
St. Petersburg Beach Firefighters
Sandra Simmons
Steve & Linda Siesel
Sonya Stephens, Cindy Radcliff, Beth
Cruz, R. Nagle
Sunscape Inc.
The Gabber
Wuz Bill's Barber Shop

Sue & Bill Jonas
Susan White
Tai-Rific Orchids, Inc.
The Tampa Bay Rays
Tradewinds-Sandpiper Beach Resort
Valentin Hair Studio Cynthis Valentin,
Larry Dawson


Rich Lallier, Shirley Minick
Tom Bliss
Tony Bowman
Victor Corum
and I guess that leaves My Lady (Wife)
Susie & me Bill Jonas


Through the efforts of all, we are able to present checks to All Children's Hospital and Hospice for $2,433.00 a piece from American Legion Post
125 (In Memory of Donny Boyd).
God Bless, Bill Jonas
Gabber November 4 November 10, 2010







Dark Skies and Golf Cart Discussions Will Continue
GULFPORT-At the October 28 workshop, city council discussed changing light-
ing and allowing golf carts on city streets.
Councilman Sam Henderson wants to reduce noise pollution by installing a
different type of lighting throughout the city. The type of lighting he suggested
would illuminate the city's streets and walks but not the skies.
Councilman David Hastings objected to the Dark Skies initiative, citing ex-
penses as well as safety issues. Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon and Vice-Mayor
Michele King assured Councilman Hastings that he would not have to light his
property less.
Council also discussed Bonnie Bray's request to allow unregistered golf carts on
Gulfport streets. Currently only golf carts registered with the state can operate
on public roadways. To register, golf carts must have certain safety equipment
such as lights, seatbelts, and mirrors.
City council will look at both these issues again in a future meeting. The city
attorney will give an opinion on liability for golf cart usage, and city staff will re-
work language in the Dark Skies ordinance and possibly perform a sample test.



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3 a.m. Liquor Approved
GULFPORT- At Tuesday night's
meeting, city council voted to extend
the hours during which restaurants
can serve alcohol. The city formalized
plans to allow restaurants and bars
to serve alcohol until 3 a.m., extend-
ing the time by an hour.
Council unanimously approved the
change.

City Buildings Will
Get New Roofs
GULFPORT- The city buildings will
get new roofs. City council agreed to
pay Renker-Eich-Parks Architects
just over $25,000 to re-roof city hall,
the parks department and the sani-
tation workroom building.
This amount is a partial payment;
the total cost will include an addi-
tional $307,000. The new roofs will
exceed current energy conservation
standards.
Council unanimously approved this
expense as part of its consent agen-
da.


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Acting City Manager
Changes in Gulfport
City council proposed a change to
the charter that would allow the city
manager or council to appoint the
head of the police or fire departments
as the acting city manager.
Currently the city charter prohibits
the head of a public safety depart-
ment from acting as city manager.

Senior Homestead
Exemption
Gulfport City Council agreed to
vote on whether or not to give senior
citizens an additional tax exemption.
Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon sug-
gested this ordinance at a council
meeting.
It should only cost slightly more than
$4,000 to do this, city staff said.
"It would kind of mean-spirited, I
would think, not to," Vice-Mayor Mi-
chele King said. Vice-Mayor King op-
posed this exemption in earlier dis-
cussions.

Harassment of Wildlife
GULFPORT- In response to coun-
cilman Sam Henderson's concerns
about people harming local ducks and
other wildlife, city staff re-worded an
ordinance to allow officers to ticket
people for indiscretions involving
offenses against animals that don't
reach the level of "animal cruelty."
Tickets will start at $93 if council
approves this at a future meeting.


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Operation Santa 2010
It's that time of year again! Santa is putting his list together for this year.
If you are a Gulfport resident and could us a little help, the Gulfport Police
Department is now accepting applications for Christmas assistance through
December 3 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday at 2401 53
Street S. in Gulfport. Each family's head of household must bring photo
identification, proof of Gulfport residence as well as the name(s) and age(s) of
children) living in the home.
Operation Santa will collect Christmas gifts for children ages 0 to 10 years of
age. There will be no home deliveries and you must pick up your gifts at the
Police Department between December 20 through 22, so it's important that
they hear from you right away.
For more information on Operation Santa, please call either Francine at 893-
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3747 34th St. South St. Petersburg, FL 33711
(727) 867-7015


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1950 2nd Ave. No., St.Petersburg, FL. 33713
(727) 822-8628 (727) 822-3157
Sunday Service, 11:00 am and
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Sat 11/6 Psychic Fair 12-4pm
Sat 11/6 Earth Rays 12:30-4pm
Sun 11/7 How to have a Nice Day 12:30pm
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Trinity Church of the Nazarene,
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present the Simple Faith Trio and the
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concert on Saturday, November 6 at
6 p.m. Free and all are welcome. Call
Judy at 687-1233.


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(behind the Mercantile Bank)
Joshua Wolfenden, Dirctor of Christian Education
Angela Wolfenden, Worship Music Director
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closed daily noon -1 pm
Catholic Mass Schedule
Sunday Obligation: 4:30 pm Vigil, 8am,
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Gulfport Development
Agreement
City council voted to approve a de-
velopment agreement. Ordinance
2010-16 allows the city to create in-
dividual agreements with developers
or redevelopers. City staff says such
agreements will allow the city to
reach agreements with developers on
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with councilwoman Jennifer Salmon
casting the one dissenting vote.

Police Hurricane Screen
ST. PETE BEACH- The city commis-
sion authorized on Oct. 26 the pur-
chase of a hurricane screen to pro-
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Pay Back for
Landscaping
ST. PETE BEACH- The city com-
mission authorized on Oct. 26 en-
tering into a pair of agreements to
reimburse the city through grants
for landscaping improvements. The
state Department of Transportation
approved a pair of grants totaling
$250,000, which covered landscaping
on the Pinellas Bay Way, Gulf Boule-
vard and Blind Pass Road.

Florida Orchestra Guild
The 44th annual Golden Baton
Award presentation on Wednesday,
November 10, will be "An Evening
with the Arts," co-sponsored by the
Florida Orchestra Guild and the
Museum of Fine Arts. It will be at
the Museum, 255 Beach Drive, St.
Petersburg, with the cocktails and
dinner party starting at 6 p.m.
This year's recipient of the Golden
Baton will be Dr. John Hamilton, who
has been a leader in efforts to benefit
the Florida Orchestra.
Tickets are $100 per person, $150
for a Silver patron, or $200 for a Gold
patron. There will be complimentary
valet parking and a cash bar. The
galleries will be open to guests. A
Silent Auction will raise funds for the
Florida Orchestra and the Museum of
Fine Arts.
Contact Judy Davis at 727-548-4912
for reservations.


Yoga Classes for Healing
Monday 10:30 am Wednesday 6 pm Thursday 9 am
Cost: $15 or
10 class card for $100
All Levels Welcome
At The Acupuncture and
Massage Studio
2321 49th St. South, Gulfport
Belinda Baer, RYT
Kripalu Certified Yoga Teacher
Teaching since 2001. Specializing in using
yoga for personal healing and growth.
Private and semi-private classes also available.
Questions? Contact Belinda 727-851-6081
or Belinda@belindabaer.com
Also, Saturday Dancing. Every Saturday at 9am
Based on Gabrielle Roths' 5 Rhythms. By donation.


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V Tax and Credit Considerations
V Mortgage & Consumer Fraud
V Using Bankruptcy to Assist Struggling Homeowners

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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 is $20. 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.
gulfport seniorfoundation. org.

Gulfport Lions
Pancake Breakfast
Gulfport Lions would like to thank
all the people who helped make their
Shrimp Boil on the beach during
the Centennial Celebration a big
success.
Now they invite the public to their
first pancake breakfast of the season.
The money that they raise from these
events is used not only on state Lions
projects, but also for local projects.
At this time, they are working on the
Christmas Toy Shop to help some


parents make sure their children
have a nice Christmas even in this
rough economy.
Join them for breakfast on beautiful
Boca Ciega Bay. They will be serving
pancakes, eggs, sausage and tea,
coffee or milk from 7 a.m.. until
11 a.m. on Saturday, November 6 for
a donation of only $4. The Lions Club
address is 4600 Tifton Drive, right
behind the Gulfport Marina.

Craft Fair & Luncheon
at Woman's Club
The GFWC St. Petersburg Woman's
Club at 40 Snell Isle Boulevard N.E.
will be holding a Holiday Craft
Fair and Luncheon on Saturday,
November 6 from 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
There will be over 20 vendors on site.
The kitchen will also be open, serving
muffins and coffee for breakfast;
soup, sandwiches and cold drinks for
lunch. There will also be a bake sale
and opportunities to purchase tickets
for two afghans. Proceeds to benefit
the Historic Building Restoration
Fund. For more information on this
event, please call Carolyn Defreitas
at 674-3484.


The St. Petersburg Woman's Club is
a not-for-profitvolunteer organization
committed to serving the community
through hands-on projects and
fundraising as well as leadership
development. For information on
monthly meetings, club activities
or rental information on their
clubhouse, call 822-4982 or visit
www.StPetersburgWomansClub.org.


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GULFPORT- Gulfport's popular free
clothing swap will take place again at
the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market
on Tuesday, November 9 from 9 a.m.
to noon. The clothing swap will be
held in the Fresh Market area, near
The Outpost, 3007 Beach Boulevard
S. Participants are invited to bring
up to five gently used garments to
exchange for vouchers that may be
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for women, men or children. Please
provide hangers for all garments to
be used in the swap. For anyone
interested, vouchers may also be
purchased for $3 each.
Donations of clothing above the
5-garment limit will be accepted.
All additional donations should be
contained in bags or boxes. All cash
proceeds, donated clothing, and non-
selected garments at the end of the
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providing services to survivors of
abuse or violence.
For more information on the
clothing swap, contact Daniel Hodge
at 727-366-4086 or email dan@igc.
org. In case of rain, the clothing swap
will be rescheduled for Tuesday,
Decemberl4.

AKC Dog Show at
Walter Fuller Park
The St. Petersburg Dog Fanciers
Association is having an AKC
Sanctioned Match Show at Walter
Fuller Park in St. Petersburg on
Sunday, November 7. A Match Sho
is a practice show and is open to all
AKC dog breeds. It is an opportunity
to see if dog shows are for you and
your dog. There will be classes for
puppies, adult dogs and Junior
Handlers. Registration is from 9:30-
11 a.m. and judging begins at 11:30.
Visit www.stpetersburgdogfanciers.
com.

Health and Fun Fair
at Sunshine Center
ST. PETERSBURG-Find out more
about your health and all the
services offered by the Sunshine
Center, plus participate in a pizza
taste testing contest. The Health
and Fun Fair and pizza party will
be held at the Sunshine Center, 330
Fifth Street N. on Friday, November
5 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Health tests
and health information include free
tests for vision, memory, diabetes,
hearing, HIV, and more with
participating health related vendors.
Cholesterol screening is available
for $15, acupuncture for a donation
and flu shots are available. Florida
Bloodmobile will be on site for blood
donations. At 11 a.m., you can test a
sampling of five pizzas and help judge
the best in St. Petersburg for $5.
City of St. Petersburg ADVANTAGE
members enjoy the reduced rate of
$3 for the pizza. Free admission. For
more information, call 893-7102.






"Murder in Green
Meadows" Awaits!
The Gulfport Community Players
have a post-Halloween treat for you!
Opening on November 4 is a thriller
that will keep you guessing who did
what to whom from beginning to the
end. "Murder in Green Meadows"
was written by Douglas Post some
time back and the Players will run
this classic through November 14 at
the Catherine A. Hickman Theater
of Gulfport. Curtain times are: 8
p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and
Saturday; and 2 p.m. on Sundays.
Tickets are on sale now at Eileen's
Resale Boutique, the Gulfport
Casino, the Gulfport Chamber of
Commerce, the Beach Bazaar, at
the door, or by calling them at 727-
322-0316 for advance sales.
The play is being directed by Bill
Rucker and the cast is made up of:
Mark Myers, Mary Kay Cyrus, Sam
DePriest, and Stephanie Jo Faasen
Buxbaum. If you need a little extra
excitement in your life, be sure to
see this play! Tickets are just $15
each.
The storyline goes a little like this:
Two men and two women make
up this sinister tale of murder
and deception.Thomas Devereaux,
a successful architect and local
contractor, and his beautiful wife,
Joan, have just moved into their
dream house with they are visited
by their new neighbors, Carolyn and
Jeff Symons. A friendship quickly
develops between the two couples,
but underneath the cool, middle-
American exterior, something is
truly rotten! A previous sexual
relationship between Joan and a
teenage lawn boy is revealed; as
is the fact that Thomas lets Joan
know that he is aware of this new
deception, and his violent, possessive
nature surfaces! He makes two
demands of his wife: One, she must
stop seeing Jeff. Two. She must kill
him. What follows is a diabolical plot
that continues to thicken through
the final showdown between a
murderer and an aggrieved widow.
Join the crowds for this thriller that
will surely hold your attention from
beginning to end! Visit http://www.
gulfportcommunityplayers.org.

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Tuesday night Gulfport's city council met for the second and final workshop deal-
ing with proposed changes to the city charter. The discussion centered around
changes to Section 103 of the city's charter, which deals with how the city can
buy and sell property.
Changes to this section impact beach, parks and recreational areas as well as
beach accesses and city government facilities used for administration or sup-
port. It also includes submerged lands. Debate Tuesday night centered around
whether or not the city needed to include a list of properties that it could not sell
without a voter referendum.
Vice-Mayor Michele King pointed out that the city could not sell any lands for
which it received grant monies.
Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon suggested that the city list the specific proper-
ties that fall under this section.
"What you're doing is wrong for the future," the vice-mayor told Councilwoman
Jennifer Salmon, who said she wanted to protect the land for the future.
These changes, if approved by a majority vote at a city council meeting, must
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Beat It are hosting a scavenger hunt
fundraiser for the American Cancer
Society Relay for Life on November
20. First, second and third place
prizes will be awarded. For details,
call 727-742-3354.


Natural History
Speaker Series
The Friends of Boyd Hill Nature
Preserve will host the third in
their 2010-2011 Speaker Series on
Tuesday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m.
The speaker will be Dennis Mader,
President of People for Protecting
Peace River, Inc., who will speak
about phosphate mining. Free and
open to the public.
Boyd Hill Nature Preserve is
located at 1101 Country Club Way
S. in St. Petersburg.


GriefShare: Surviving
the Holidays
This one day seminar is helpful
for people facing the holidays after
a loved one's death. It will be held
on Saturday, November 6 from
10 a.m. until noon at Cornerstone
Community Church, 6745 38
Avenue N. in St. Petersburg. Coffee
and goodies will be served. There is
no charge for this event. No child
care available.
Those who attend will receive a
free book with over 30 daily readings
providing additional insights and
ideas on holiday survival. For
more information, call 343-7747 or
384-9096.


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The St. Petersburg Chapter of the
Michigan Association of Retired
School Personnel will hold its first
meeting of the year on Tuesday,
November 9 at 11:30 a.m. at the
Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1900 34 Street
N. in St. Petersburg. Those who are
retirees and not yet members of their
Chapter are invited to attend.
Author Chris Davies will discuss
his book about being divided by the
dialects of our common language -
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Church to Hold
Annual Flea Market
On Saturday, November 6, from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Women's
Fellowship of Pilgrim Church, 6315
Central Avenue in St. Petersburg,
will hold its annual Flea Market sale.
This sale has something for everyone:
gently used clothing at reasonable
prices, books, games, toys, jewelry,
linens, glassware and china, small
appliances and lots of interesting
junque." A silent auction will offer
collectibles and newer items. This
will be a true trash and treasure
sale! After shopping, be sure to stop
by their snack bar which will offer
outdoor seating, weather permitting.
Call 347-1226.

Audition for "Chicago"
St. Petersburg Little Theater will
hold auditions for "Chicago" by Fred
Ebb, Bob Fosse and John Kander
and directed by James Grenelle on
Sunday and Monday, November
7 and 8, at 7 p.m. at the Theatre,
4025 31 Sreet S. in St. Petersburg.
Production dates are January 21
through February 6 with nine
performances Friday and Saturday
at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Needed are two men (Billy & Amos):
30's, baritone, non-dancing; one man
(Mary Sunshine): 30-40, plays female
reporter, must sing in female soprano
range, little movement required; two
women (Roxie & Velma): 30's, mezzo,
strong vocalists and dancers; one
woman (Mama): 35-50, alto/mezzo,
strong vocal, non-dancing and an
ensemble: six men and six women -
strong vocals and dancing.
Please bring sheet music in correct
key for audition. Readings will be
from the script. Be prepared to dance
a combination in the style of Bob
Fosse. Appropriate dance attire is
necessary, no flip-flops or sandals.
For the performances, the ensemble
will be dressed in provocative attire,
which will show off their body. No
one under 18 will be cast.
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Please come out with your neighbors to clean up Bear Creek and the Pinellas
Trail. We will kickoff the cleanup at the staging area on the grounds of Grace
Bible Church. You are invited to help in any way you can-get in the creek, walk
the trail, help on the shore or just give moral support.
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On November 11 there will be
a tour of some home gardens in
Gulfport. It will be necessary to
drive so plan to meet at 10 a.m. in
the Gulfport Library parking lot
for carpooling and to receive a map
listing addresses and directions.
Parking is also available at the
Senior Center, but there is more
room at the Library so that will be
the starting point.
There are five or six homes on the
tour including an organic garden,
a wild animal preserve as well as
other landscapes and amenities
that have been created here in our
little town. Refreshments will be
served at the last home.
There is no charge for club
members. Guests are $5 which will
include a one-year membership in
the Gulfport Garden Club.
It has been a while since the club
has had a garden tour so you will
not want to miss this.

SPCREA to Meet
The South Pinellas Retired
Educators Association (SPCREA)
meets the second Thursday of
each month from October through
May at the Piccadilly Cafeteria
at 19th Ave. and 34th St. N.
at 11 a.m. Their meetings are
open to all who have worked in
the field of education, including
teachers, support personnel and
administrators. They enjoy lunch
and visiting with each other. At 12
noon their meeting begins with an
activity planned by the hospitality
committee. The program for
November 11 will present Judy
Pollick, author of children's books,
who will share her journey on
becoming a successful, published
writer. Attendees are asked to
come as their favorite character
out of a book. The meeting
adjourns by 1 p.m. Email Jackie
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government is going in the wrong
direction. I don't appreciate the
government telling me what I have to
do. I'm a veteran; I was in during the
early 70's and the Vietnam era. I am
very aware that people died so that I
could vote today. I always have voted,
but I have friends who don't think
that voting affects them. They just
don't vote because they think that
the issues are bigger than they are
and they somehow won't be involved.
But they don't realize that sooner or
later, where this country is going is
definitely going to affect them."
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Tonilynn Sharpe, St. Pete: "I voted
because it's the right thing to do. My
biggest issue is with the Governor's
race; who's going to run the state?
It's very important because it's in our
backyard. Change will only take place
if you get involved but it won't happen
if people don't get engaged and follow
the issues. The state of our economy is
a mess. I voted for Alex Sink because
I think she has integrity and a solid
background. There's no question
about her integrity or intentions. I'm
a Democrat, but I don't always vote
for the party. I actually wish there
was a no party system. I think the
two-party system breeds fear and
bickering; it feeds the negativity and
negative campaigns. I give my free
time as a volunteer to our community
and I care about what happens to it.
I'm voting to put people in office that
will help our community and listen to
our needs."


Richard Keenan, Gulfport: "The
biggest issue for me is the jobless
rate, the unemployment issue. I'm
going to vote more Republicans in
office. I feel the Democrats are doing
an awful job, so I want to try and elect
more Republicans. I think they will
hopefully stand for less government
and be better advocates for small
businesses. Small businesses are
the key to getting the economy back
on track. They get people back to
work. Right now, there's too many
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education issue is the biggest reason
I voted today. We have a daughter
who is in kindergarten; we've been
home-schooling her. But now both
my husband and I are going back to
school and we will need to put her
in public school, which I really don't
want to do. But she has a really good
teacher at Bear Creek, so I feel a
little better about it."

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The 17th annual Progress Energy
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in Pinellas County's public schools
Thursday, November 18. Members
of the community are invited into
the schools for an hour, a few class
periods or a day. Participants may
tell students about a career, hobby,
or personal experience; organize


an activity; read a story or teach a
class.
Teach-In participants will be able
to see Pinellas County public schools
and interact with students firsthand.
For alumni of Pinellas County schools,
this is an excellent opportunity
to return to old classrooms in
elementary, middle or high schools
and visit favorite teachers or staff
members.
Boca Ciega High School is in need
of positive, animated and exciting
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feel free to share this information
with them. As you may also know
Boca Ciega High School is moving
in a positive direction, striving to
overcome the advertisements of
the past. Boca Ciega High is the
Center for Wellness and Medical
Professions. NOW also a program in
Aviation, Project leads the way. Boca
Ciega High School is known for its
great achievements with their award
winning Jr. ROTC program.
If you are interested and would like
to sign up to be a part of this great
event contact Sander R. W. Myles,
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Annual 4-Day Sidewalk
Sale on Corey Avenue
Mark your calendars for Corey
Avenue 4-day sidewalk sale on
November 10-13 from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Over 17 merchants will fill
up the sidewalks with merchandise
sales, BOGO's and discounts. Live
music daily and refreshments in
participating stores in downtown
St. Pete Beach. Free parking. Call
727-498-8778 or visit www.coreyave.
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Town Shores Bocce
They had a great turnout for the Fall
General meeting. All were receptive
to the November and December
player numbers should your building
not have everyone back to play. This
action is only for those who are truly
missing players. It is not meant to
leave players at home and only use
"better players".
The Bocce games are off and running
for another season with enthusiastic
players and spectators. Come down
to the Bocce courts and watch the
fun!
Tickets for the Saturday, November
13 Bocce Dinner Dance are now
on sale in your building. See your
building rep to purchase the $16
tickets. Carrabba's will be catering
the dinner and Al Ruggiero will
provide must for dancing and
listening enjoyment. If you need a
table for 8-10 people, call Judy at
344-7558. Ticket sales will end next
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Town Shores
Red Hatters
It is time for their annual breakfast
at the Cracker Barrel. This fun event
will be on Tuesday, November 16
at 9:30 a.m. You must call Judy at
344-7558 or Marcia at 384-0188 for
reservations.
Money for the Holiday Luncheon
($15) must be paid by November 22.
You can pay at the breakfast or the
November Bunko.
Bunko will be playedin the clubhouse
lounge on Friday, November 12
at 1 p.m. Call Petie if you plan on
attending.
December will be another fun-filled
month with the Holiday Luncheon
at the Bilmar Resort on Monday,
December 6. Bunko is scheduled for
Friday, December 17.

2010 Reenactment
DVD Available
A keepsake DVD of the 2010
Reenactment of the City of Gulfport
is available for purchase. The cost
is just to cover duplication, artwork
and case. The DVD is $4 and you can
purchase it at the Gulfport Historical
Museum at 5301 28 Avenue S. and
The Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
at 2808 58 Street S. Both the
Historical Society and the Chamber
sponsored payment to get these
DVDs duplicated. Please call for
availability at either the Historical
Museum at 727-327-0505 or the
Chamber at 727-344-3711.
If you live in Gulfport andhave Bright
House Channel 615, the Reenactment
program is running Monday through
Sunday until November 14 at
9:30 a.m., noon, 2:30 p.m., 6 p.m.
and 10:30 p.m. You can view 2010
Reenactment online in two parts on
the City of Gulfport You Tube site, go
to part 1 link at http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=4hbSgY2CPnk and
then the part 2 link at http://www.
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events, email gbiron@mygulfport.
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SPCA Tampa Bay is offering its
Canine Delinquents class on Sunday,
November 7 at 11 a.m. This class was
designed to help tired pet owners
regain control of their exuberant
dogs, ages 6-months to 2-years. It will
target destructive behaviors such as
jumping, grabbing the leash, darting
out the door and more. The cost is
$15 per dog and all family members
are invited to attend. Dogs must have
current rabies vaccinations to attend.


Participants must sign up online at
www.spcatampabay.org.

Wild Bird Educational
Program
A free wildlife educational program,
How to Help an Injured Bird, will be
presented at the Suncoast Seabird
Sanctuary from 10 a.m. until
1 p.m on Saturday, November 6.
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11:30 a.m. This free workshop is for
people who want to know how to help
a bird if it is injured or entangled
from hooks and fishing lines. It
will be presented by experienced
Sanctuary staff on the beach deck
at 18328 Gulf Boulevard in Indian
Shores. Call 727-391-6211 or visit
SeabirdSanctuary.com. If you
have any questions or would like to
RSVP please call the Sanctuary at
727-391-6211.

Wanted: Stray Elks
If you had been an Elk anywhere
in the country, consider re-installing
with St. Petersburg Elks Lodge# 1224,
2675 66 Street N. in St. Petersburg.
Call 344-6551.

Single Seniors to Meet
You are invited to join fun loving
happy senior singles enjoying
dances, travel, parties and more.
They meet on the second Monday
of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the
Pinellas Park Recreation Center.
7925 59 Street N. Bring an item to
share and $2 for the pot luck lunch.
For more information call 727-290-
6066 or 736-4623 or 392-7358.

Gulfport Glass Artist
Opens Airport Exhibit
TAMPA- Gulfport resident and
Tampa native Owen Pach ushers in
the new public art space at Tampa
International Airport with "Fiery
Passion-The Beauty of Elements".
Pach's glass exhibit opens its six
month run on Thursday, November
4 at 10 a.m.
Owen Pach is known for his sand
mold blown designs and for his
sculptural use of glass entwined with
other natural elements. Although
Pach began blowing glass back in
Ybor City during the mid-eighties,
the airport collection spans the last
five years of his glass imaginings.
One piece, entitled "Graphikos," was
completed in the last three months.
Full color panels detailing Pach's
love for all things glass along with
video of the man in action provide
an entertaining back-drop to this
diverse body of work.


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1 Confidence games
6 Alpine river
10 Heavy reading
14 Homer wower
15 Turn-of-the-century
reformer
16 Unclosed
17 Controversial Arkansas
belle, oddly spelled
20 Abominate
21 Rob, of
"Wayne's World"
22 Famed hostess
Mesta
23 Dancer/actor George
Pena
24 Egypt neighbor
25 Oscar winner, oddly
spelled
30 City on the Mississippi
31 Bush, e g
32 Chore
36 Bacterium
39 Fugitive
41 Worker welfare org.
42 Branch
44 Greek Z
45 Famed psychic, oddly
spelled
48 Asian capital


53 PBS science series
54 Nimble
55 Far from prompt
56 Curved entrance
60 Offbeat comedienne,
oddly spelled
63 Augury
64 History
65 Nigeria's capital
66 Like a June day?
67 Strong and sinewy
68 Curtain

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1 Contented sound
2 Durrell novel
3 Misbehavin'"
4 Horse hair
5 Star Wars initials
6 Nipple ring
7 Radio medium
8 Overabundant
9 Course for immigrants,
in brief
10 Rapunzel's prison
11 "Turandot for one
12 Hollywood beauty
Oberon
13 Ford lemon
18 Ran away
19 Harvest goddess


23 Linda, of "Another World'
24 Osiris' sis
25 United prefix
26 First Olympics site
27 Practice an acidic art?
28 Ibsen heroine
29 -de-France
32 Whitlinger, of tennis
33 Pinnacle
34 State flower of Utah
35 English actor
1789-1833
37 California region
38 "Able was I
40 Musical ending
43 Leo Durocher, once
46 Public one
47 At any time
48 College concentration
49 Chameleon cousin
50 Forty- Frisco pro
51 Graff, of
"Mr Belvedere'
52 Meadow
55 Erstwhile veep
Morton
56 In the distance
57 Indian music
58 Horse hooves sound
59 Stockings
61 Ireland assoc
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Our Little Red-headed Buddy
She was maybe 5 weeks old, just walking along
the dirt road in Hernando County. Some kind folks
picked her up but were unable to keep her so off to
the pound she went. Fortunately, a lonely human
had been going to the various shelters for a few
weeks looking for a little furry companion, it was
the day before Thanksgiving and even though the
shelter was under quarantine for rabies, her first
human managed to talk them into letting her adopt
her. That was the beginning of her journey and
what a ride it was.
She hung out in a glassblowing studio for a few years being the greeter in
the alley for artwalks. Then she moved into a beautiful home with a beautiful
human who loved her so much. She still visited the glass shop, but went home
to air conditioned comfort, a comfortable bed, treats, toys, but most of all lots
of love hugs and kisses. She went for rides in the car, never knowing if she was
going to visit grandma, go for ice cream or maybe camping and boating for the
weekend.
She had a comfy leather bench right in the front window and enjoyed speaking
to all her friends on their daily walks. In her younger days, she loved to run
past her mommies at the front door and escape to the golf course to play in the
sprinklers or trap the guard in his gatehouse. She always came back home but
sometimes had to stay downstairs 'cause she found something to roll in. It
never lasted long.
Last year we brought a small flat-faced little dog home for her to train for
them. At first he just wanted to play and pull her long ears and she was always
so very patient with him, but when she growled-that was it. He now sits in
the window and has taken over her watch. She would be proud.
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Money Prize Art Show
The time has finally come for you
to make some money with your
artwork. The Art Guild November
show is a money prize show. We
will be awarding $400 in prizes to
the winners. The show is open to
all.
Entry fee is $10 for members and
$20 for nonmembers. Membership
in The Art Guild is $30 yearly if you
care to join. Bring one painting or
photo to the Treasure Island City
Hall Auditorium, 120 108 Avenue
on November 4 between 9 a.m. and
1 p.m. The judge of this show is
from out of town and will critique
each entry.
On Saturday, November 13 at 1
p.m. there will be a reception for
the winners. We will also have an
art demonstration by watercolorist
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First Friday Art Walk
Getaway from the hectic work
week, and peruse Gulfport's
fabulous "Old Florida" atmosphere
on Friday, November 5 from
6-10 p.m. while viewing the work of
over 50 unique artists and crafters,
as well as authors, antique dealers
and entertainers stretched over a
half-mile up and down scenic Beach
Blvd. While browsing the sizzling
art and craft booths... don't miss
Gulfport's exclusive shops, boutiques
and galleries.
Live entertainers, including Mile
Marker Zero, Double M Band Paul
Anthony Band, New Horizons
Band and more will be appearing
at venues throughout the Village.
Live demonstrations take place all
along Beach Blvd; The Industrial Art
Center continues to offer "Blow Your
Own Hot Glass Masterpiece" mini
classes by master glass blower Jackie
Ballard and the IAC team.
And don't forget to enjoy dinner at
one of over a dozen fine restaurants
within the Art District, now one of
the foremost dining destinations in
the Bay Area. Have your purchases
gift wrapped at the table to benefit
the American Cancer Society.
Gulfport Art Walk takes place on the
First Friday and Third Saturday of
every month, year-round. Parking is
always free and free trolley rides are
available from off-site parking areas,
including nearby Catherine Hickman
Theatre and Gulfport Public Library.
Pet and family friendly! Experience a
unique dining, shopping and cultural
experience unlike any other. Once
you discover Gulfport, Tampa Bay's
"best kept secret", you'll want to get
stranded in Gulfport, and love it!
For information on many other
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Meet Happy, a handsome and well mannered red fawn boy.
He walks well on lead, gets along with children 8+, enjoys car
rides and although he gets along very well with our greys, he is
really a people-hound. He loves being with you, and he'd be a
lap dog if he were small, He is not cat friendly. If you would like
to adopt Happy or any of our many other greyhounds, please
contact Greyhound Pets of America at 727-595-7852, our
website: greyhoundpets.com or see us at the Tyrone PetSmart
on most Sundays from noon to 2 p.m.

Pet Pal Animal Shelter
Marley is a 2 year old, 45 lb. female Lab-Shepherd mix. She
is an energetic girl who enjoys her daily walks. Marley has
been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and is ready to find
her new forever home. To adopt this pretty girl, contact Pet
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SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You
have strong planning abilities. You
can actually see into the future. One
of your projects is particularly dear to
you these days. Jot down a possible
route for your life that is centered on
the happy completion of this project.
If you devoted yourself to this plan,
what would your life look like in six
months?
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Though pressure can feel
uncomfortable, ultimately, a sense of
urgency can be a good thing. Without a
deadline, you couldvacillate endlessly
between two or three interesting
choices. Instead, circumstances will
force your hand. You'll make your
choice and be on your way to the next
great adventure.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You
make few requirements of your work.
You understand that it's important
to do a job well, regardless of what
it is. So you approach sweeping the
floor with the same attention as you
do meeting a star client. Your stellar
attitude will open all kinds of lucrative
doors for you this week.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You
are constantly aware of how your
actions affect others. That's why you
do your best to be polite whether
engaged in traffic, conversation,
domestic co-existence, business or
any relationship at all. And whenever
you suspect that your actions had an
ill effect on someone, you rectify the
situation.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You
are helpful, but also careful not to
be so attentive that you rob others of
the self-esteem they would gain from
completing their own work, making
their own decisions and handling
their own problems. You will focus
on doing what it takes to make an
important improvement for your own
personal satisfaction.
ARIES (March 21-April 19).
There are times when you should


push yourself to be more generous
and selfless. But right now, do the
opposite. You need to take care of
yourself. Give only what you feel
good about giving. Of course you
should help others, but not if it comes
at your own emotional expense.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Rack
up a few hours of manual labor. It
will be amazing what you garner
from repetitious work. Sorting, filing,
folding and weeding are examples
of the kinds of tasks that will keep
your hands busy while giving your
mind an escape hatch. The effort will
enhance your creativity and sharpen
your intuition.
GEMINI (1 I.iy 21-June 21). It seems
like everyone is asking you to nail
down a commitment, which includes
hard dates and times. The requests
might be bothersome, but there's
a good reason for them. Knowing
what you need to do is not enough.
Scheduling it is the key. Goals are
not goals without a deadline.
CANCER (June 22-July 22). You'll
go on a quest through your own
imagination, which is alight with
pictures, music and wishes. And
though this would be enough for some
people, unless you can make your
visions real -- at least to the extent
that they can be real -- the dream
means nothing to you. Tangible
results will keep you motivated.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You don't
have to be a physicist to gain new
insights into the way the universe
works. No one in the entire galaxy
sees things the way you do. Your
view is original and meaningful and
worthy of being shared. This week
you voice your opinions and tell your
side of the story. Your audience will
be riveted.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Get
plenty of rest this week. Sleep is a
necessary part of maintaining your
energy and high spirits. And when
things get hectic, it's also a welcome


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escape from the waking world. When
you have the right amount of REM
time, your subconscious will figure
out what your conscious mind could
not.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You'll deal
with a wide variety of personalities.
You may need to scoot your own
personal preferences to the side
while you tend to the group agenda.
But that doesn't mean you have to
get rid of them for good. Be patient
and aware, and you'll know when
the timing is perfect to display your
opinions, values and beliefs
This Week's Birthdays: You are
a model of self-responsibility and
power. Many will look up to you,
and before the end of December,
you'll be given a leadership position.
Your family's needs will require
you to change your priorities and
your schedule. November, February
and July bring the best financial
opportunities, and you can afford to
take more risks during those times.
Throughout 2011, your happiness is
augmented by whimsical interactions
with friends and your commitment to
romance and adventure.




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Participants Needed
for Yard Sale
St. Vincent's Episcopal Preschool
needs participants for yard sale on
Saturday, November 20. This is an
event with a high volume of traffic. To
reserve a space, call 321-0563 or 341-
0963. Ask about the silent auction to
be held the following day. They are
located at 5441 Ninth Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg.

Tai Chi Returns
to Gulfport
The Tuesday morning Taoist tai
chi class at the Gulfport Rec Center
begins again on Tuesday, November
9 at 9 a.m. There is also a class on
Thursday mornings. It is best to
attend both classes if you are able.
The Town Shores tai chi class will
no longer meet in the clubhouse as of
November 8. It will meet instead on
Tuesday mornings at the Rec Center
(across the street) starting November
9. There is a suggested donation of
$2 per class. Call Marge at 345-6708
with questions.

Annual Auction to
Benefit Nina Harris
Nina Harris is a Pinellas County
special needs public school that serves
handicapped children ages 3-22.
They will hold their annual Auction/
Fundraiser on Friday, November 12.
Pre-view begins at 5:30 p.m. with
the auction starting at 6 p.m. All
proceeds will benefit the programs
and activities at this special needs
school. The school is located at 6000
70 Avenue N. in Pinellas Park. Call
Chris Stuckey at 547-7850. Public is
welcome.

Community Preschool
Accepting Donations
Community Preschool located at
1665 25 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg
will hold their annual yard sale on
Friday, November 12 from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. and Saturday, November 13
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds will
go to Community Preschool, one of
St. Petersburg's oldest nonprofit
preschools.
Donations are needed that are
in good condition. Furniture,
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collectibles, books, household goods
and other items will be accepted.
Items can be delivered to the school
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Call 895-2512.

Recycling Event
this Saturday
The Pinellas Recycles Day event
will 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.

Seniors' Chat Room
Join others as they experience
table topics with the Gulfport Senior
Center's Chat Room every Friday at
2 p.m. The Center is located at 5501
27 Avenue S. in Gulfport.


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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., 10a.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. An-
nual 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 Kinder-
garten thru age 14. Non-refundable an-
nual 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
registration continues for the 2010-
2011 Tot Time Program for ages 3-5.
Non-refundable 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 prepare them for Kindergarten.
Program hours are from 8:30a.m.-12-
:00p.m. Two, three and five-day month-
ly options are available. Call 893-1068
for more information.

NEW CLASSES- Interested in teach-
ing a class? Call John at 727-893-
1079 for more info

CLASSES Call instructor for
more information
* AAYA Cheerleading- 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.
* Holistic Workout- Starts Nov. 5th-
Fri., 9-10 a.m. Call lan 459-8319
* Karate Mon. & Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Diane at 459-1399.
* Free Knitting Gathering, Tues., Oct.
26th at 10 a.m. call Latoya at 727-823-
0437.
* Noisemakers Call Gabe at 345-
7472.


* Stretch-n-Tone Tues. & Thurs., 9-10
.a.m. call 893-1079
* Tai Chi -TUES. STARTING
NOV. 9TH & 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.
* Yoga 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- 1'i \,li-l- 17 years of
age or younger MUST have a signed pa-
rental consent form filed at the Gulfport
Recreation Center. Availability to regis-
ter: Monday Friday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.


p Gulfport Library


Gulfport Creative Short Story Writ-
ers: Wednesdays at 10:00 am.
One-on-One Computer Instruction:
By appointment only--contact Alex
Hooks at the Reference Desk, or call
893-1073.
Free Thinkers Open AA (Twelve
Step) Meeting: Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45
pm. FMI: Call 727-323-7660.
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 albun
tact Kay Boatwright 893-1
day, November 13, 1:00 pm
NEW STUDY GROUP:
Law" Thursday, November
Presented by local chapter
University Women, and ope
eral public.
Coffee/Talk: Now in ou
Year! Our autumn series
book discussions continues
visible Mountain, by Carol
erts. Stop by the Referenc
to pick up a discussion g
serve a copy of the book. Jo


5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074
or fax 893-1072
n. FMI, con- fee, light refreshments, and lively con-
074. Satur- versation on Thursday, November 21
(coffee's ready at 10:00 am, talk starts
"About the at 10:15).
18, 1:00 pm. Genealogy Discussion Group: This
ar, Brandeis is not a formal class, just an opportunity
n to the gen- to meet and share experiences andinfor-
mation with others interested in delving
r Sixteenth into their family history. FMI, call Kay
of monthly Boatwright at the Library, 893-1074.
with The In- Saturday, November 20, 1:00 pm.
ina De Rob- Short Stories Study Group: Mon-
e Help Desk day, November 22, 1:00 pm. Presented
uide and re- by local chapter, Brandeis University
in us for cof- Women, and open to the general public.
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Series city Sponsored Activities
SeivlIC S in the Community




Senior Center 501 27th Ave. So. 893-1231


ANNOUNCEMENTS
Inaugural Centennial 5K Fun Run/Walk
It's not too late to sign up for the Senior Center
Foundation's 5K Walk to help raise funds to
improve Fitness Programs and Equipment
at the Gulfport Senior Center. The event
takes place on Sat. Nov. 6 at 8am. Cost: $20.
Amenities include: great T-shirt, goodie bag,
refreshments and more! Forms are available
at the Senior Center or online at www.
gulfportseniorfoundation.org.
Senior Day Trips: Want to take a day trip?
How about Dec. 13 Bok Tower & Pinewood
Estates, $59 or Dec. 16: Show Palace Christmas
at the Show Palace Dinner Theater in Hudson:
$72). Also, 2-Day Trips (and longer) are also
available. Call for more info.
More Flu Shots: Flu ($25) and Pneumonia
($45) shots available at the Senior Center on
Wed. Nov. 10 from 10:30am-noon. Medicare
covers but bring Medicare card. Receipts
provided for reimbursements from other
insurances.
National Memory Screening Day: Tues.
Nov. 16 at 1pm. Call for appointment.
Phones for Hearing Impaired: Amplified
phones for the hearing impaired will be
distributed free of charge on Tues. Nov.
16 at 9:30am courtesy of Deaf & Hearing
Connection.
Medicare Part "D" & Advantage Plans:
Our next Medicare Presentation will be held on
Wed. Nov. 17 at 1pm and will cover Medicare
Part "D" and Advantage Plans. Thanks to the
Department of Elder Affairs and the SHINE
Program (Serving Health Insurance Needs of
Seniors) for providing the monthly series that
highlights Medicare changes for 2011.
Community Law Program: Free legal
assistance available for seniors 60 and over
on Fri. Nov. 19 at 9:30am. Must meet income
guidelines. Call for more info.
Thanksgiving Dinner Party: The Senior
Center's Thanksgiving Dinner Party will be
held on Tues. Nov. 23 at ll:30am. Tickets:
$6.00. (Senior Center registration must be
current). Seating is limited so get your tickets
early. Major Sponsor: Met Life Reverse
Mortgage. Co-sponsor: Brentwood Community
Senior Living.
"Joe Koehler Holiday Senior Follies":
Mark your calendars now for the upcoming
Joe Koehler Senior Follies Holiday Variety
Show on Wed. Dec. 22 at 1pm. Tickets: $7.00.
Refreshments and door prizes following the
performance.

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.


GEMS Transportation Service: Door-to-door
transportation service is provided for Gulfport
seniors 55 & over. A $50 annual registration fee
is required and rides are $1.00 each way. All rides
to the Senior Center are free. Let us take you to
the barber/beauty shop, bank, restaurant, medical
appointments, grocery shopping, social outings,
etc. Call 893-2242 to learn more about the GEMS
service.
GEMS on Thursdays: GEMS riders will be
on the go on Thursdays as we make stops at the
following locations: Family Dollar, Save-A-Lot,
Rebecca's Veggie Patch, McDonald's Restaurant,
St. Vincent's Thrift Shop and more. These are just
suggestion's but we can take you to any location
in Gulfport throughout the day, Monday through
Friday. Call now for more info.
AARP Driving Classes: are held on the first two
Tuesday of every month from 1-4pm. Call 368-
3199 for fee info or to register for the Nov. 2 & 9
Classes. (Must attend both). You may also register
for the Dec. 7 & 14 classes.

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
Chair Yoga: Mondays at 10:30am
Line Dance: Thursdays at 9:30am, Scout Hall
5315 28 Ave.S.)
Movie of the Month: Mon. Nov. 22 ("City Light"
by Charlie Chaplin, his last silent film and one of
his finest) at 12:45pm (Hickman Theater)
Activities Resume:
Art with Betty, Thursdays at 9am (wait list)
Art with Richard, Wednesdays at 1pm (wait list)
Quilting Club, Tuesdays at 10am
Investment Discussion, Wednesdays at 10:30 am
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 1st
and 3rd 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 .I. .- ,i ..., or I: ... ... i ,.- .
and we will send you our monthly activity calendar
and notices on special events.


Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-1070
Faith Cathedral International
Church: 9:30am, 1st, 2nd & 3rd
Sunday
Overeaters Anonymous: Sun.
6:15-8:15pm






HICKMAN
THEATER
OF GULFPORT
550o 27th Ave. So.
893-1070
Gulfport Community Players
presents
"MURDER IN GREEN MEADOWS"
Nov. 4-14
Thurs.-Sat., 8 pm
Sun. Matinee, 2 pm
Tickets $15 available at Gulfport
Casino or call 727-322-0316




OGULFPORT
CASINO
BALLROOM

5500 Shore Blvd. So.
893-1070
MARIO DELEON'S BAND
Ballroom & Social Dancing
Sun., Nov. 7, 6-10pm $7
WEEKLY DANCES
Every Tuesday
Ballroom Lessons 12-3pm, $7
12-1 pm Inter., 1-2pm Beg.,
2-3pm Dance
Argentine Tango 6:30-10:30pm, $7
6:30-1st timers, 7-8-Beg. Lesson,
8-10:30pm Practica/Milonga
Every Wednesday
Swing Dance
6-8pm Lesson, 8-11 pm Dance $7

Thursday, Nov. 4
Salsa Dance
7-8:30pm Lessons,
8:30-10pm Dance $7

FREE CONCERT
SOUTH PASADENA
COMMUNITY BAND
Thurs., Nov. 11, 7:30 pm
Patriotic Military Salute


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Gulfport City Council Meeting


Public Comment & Council Quotes


November 2nd Gulfport Council Meeting
"If you say that fundamental is the best choice,
why aren't all schools fundamental? I think when
I grew up, all the schools were fundamental we
didn't call them that."-Councilman David Hastings,
asking representatives from the Pinellas County School
Board about their intentions about Gulfport Elemen-
tary.

"I believe all parents love their children. I don't
believe all parents can sign that contract. I was
one of eight children; my mother always had a
baby- there was no way she could have signed that
contract, especially eight times." -Vice-Mayor Mi-
chele King, about challenges local parents might face if
Gulfport Elementary became a fundamental school.

"If I'm hearing from speakers I expect to hear a po-
sition," -Councilman David Hastings, to school board
representatives about if they endorsed the changes to
Gulfport Elementary. Only the Boca Ciega high princi-
pal Michael Vigue would take a position. Mr. Vigue said
he endorsed the change for the high school.

"I am here tonight in an official capacity as presi-
dent of the historical society to give a public thank
you... I think the city did a fine job celebrating our
birthday," -Judy Ryerson told council, thanking the
city for its efforts with the centennial celebration last
month.
"It's just a great town we live in,"-Bob Worthington,
about the city and its assistance with the centennial
celebration.

"I'm glad you got the money and I'm glad you chose
a hybrid,"-Councilman Sam Henderson, about Chief
of Police Robert Vincent's decision to buy a hybrid car.
"I've been involved with elections. The elections
in Gulfport have been corrupted. We run here a
non-partisan campaign. In recent years we've seen
partisanship. Unfortunately, Michele, you're the
one who started it... You no longer run your cam-
paigns; Sam didn't run his campaign. The DNC
does everything for you. The only thing you guys
have to do is show up for meet the candidates. This
is not right... I've seen you and Mr. Kriseman walk
hand in hand on the beach...Instead of walking on
the beach hand in hand, get a room. Have a politi-
cal menage-a-trois..."-John Freiburger, who also told
the Vice-Mayor she should resign. He spoke past the
three minutes and the Mayor stopped him from speak-
ing.


"It is actually legitimate... You may not like it, but
it's not against the law," -Councilwoman Jennifer
Salmon, directing her comments towards Mr. Freiburg-
er about what nonpartisanship in city elections means.

"I don't belong to the DEC," -Vice-Mayor Michele
King, at the end of the meeting, in response to Mr.
Freiburger's comments.
"DNC,"-Mr. Freiburger corrected.
"Whatever it is, I don't belong to it," -Vice-Mayor
King replied. She addressed other accusations Mr.
Freiburger made, finishing by saying, "Ward Two is up
for election. Anybody can run. Go ahead, John, you've
been here for a long time. I would prefer before you
get up before the city council that you get your facts
straight."

November 2 Gulfport Council Workshop
"Jennifer's afraid we're going to sell the marina.
She's afraid we're going to sell the waterfront," -
Vice-Mayor Michele King, about creating a list of prop-
erties
"We've got two people here with two different ideas,
but we don't have a two person council here, we've
got a five person council," Mayor Michael Yakes,
in response to back-and-forth discussion between the
Vice-Mayor and Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon
"I remember why this was changed initially; it was
because people didn't like the way Curt Willocks
ran the city. You were a lot nicer when you said it,"
-Vice -Mayor Michele King, about an item in the city
charter that prohibits the head of a public safety divi-
sion from acting temporarily as city manager.

"You haven't had a campaign yet," -Councilman
Sam Henderson, in response to Councilwoman Jennifer
Salmon's assertion that he hadn't run a campaign in a
presidential election.

October 28th Gulfport Council Workshop
"Am I saving money or am I just improving the
world?"- Councilman David Hastings, at the October
28 workshop, about energy conservation improvements.
Councilman Hastings wanted to see the money saved as
well as energy conserved.
"Cats can be on a leash, too. It's a silly concept..."
- Councilman Sam Henderson, about outdoor cats.
"I don't know what kind of drugs they had that cat
on," -Councilman David Hastings, about a cat walk-
ing on a leash at the St. Petersburg Saturday Morning
Market.


Gabber November 4 November 10, 2010







2010-2011
Gulfport Historical
Calendars are In!
Are you looking for the perfect
Gulfport holiday gift that keeps on
giving throughout the year? The
Gulfport Historical calendar is
packed full of events and happenings
in Gulfport at your fingertips.
Looking for a local club or
organization? The calendar lists
local organizations, addresses and
phone numbers. It is a bonus 15
month calendar with the dates of
October 2010 to December 2011.
The price is $5.00 for the calendar.
The calendars are available at: The
Gulfport Historical Museum at 5301
28th Ave. S., the Gulfport Chamber
of Commerce at 2808 58th St. S.,
Gulfport City Hall at 2401 53rd
St. S., the Gulfport Public Library
at 5501 28th Ave. S., the Gulfport
Casino, the Gulfport Recreation
Center at 5730 Shore Blvd. S. and
the Gulfport Senior Center at 5501
27th Ave. S. and Small Adventures
Bookstore, 3107 Beach Blvd. S.


The Evander Band and a Thank You From Soldiers
By Cathy Salustri
St. Pete Beach Mayor Mike
Finnerty poses with bass guitar-
ist Eddie St. Claire before kick-
ing off the final beach concert
of the season. Mayor Finnerty,
along with Commissioner Al
Halpern and Vice Mayor Jim
Parent, welcomed the Evander
Band, featuring Bobby Hen-
dricks (of The Drifters fame).
Also in attendance was Com-
mand Sergeant Major Gary
Littrell, who received the Con-
gressional Medal of Honor for
"conspicuous gallantry and in-
trepidity in action at the risk
of his life above and beyond the
call of duty" during the Vietnam War. He has made his home in Belle Vista for
the past 23 years.
Mayor Finnerty and his wife Terry spoke about the city-encouraged "Support
Our Troops" effort. The mayor and his wife spearhead this program, which
sends 100 boxes to troops overseas every month. Mayor Finnerty also fought
in Vietnam.
Colonel Greg Canny also spoke to the residents and guests gathered and
thanked the city for sending care packages to troops overseas, something he
said made a big difference to him when he was overseas.
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If you ride a bicycle, scooter or golf
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Industrial Arts Center on Sunday,
November 14. Enjoy a leisurely ride
around Gulfport, have a little fun
at some popular Gulfport spots and
party with a bunch of fun local folks.
The entry fee is $25 per bicycle,
scooter or golf cart. Participants
will receive free refreshments and a
commemorative t-shirt at the end of
the Poker Run at 5:30 p.m.


The afternoon of fun begins with
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Industrial Arts Center. Riders will
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at four locations around Gulfport.
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This weekend the Industrial Arts
Center's Pumpkin Patch has been
extended for Art Walk, Friday
evening, November 5, from 6-10 p.m.
Beautiful hand blown pumpkins will
be available for sale and novice glass
blowers will have an opportunity
to create solid glass pumpkin
paperweights with help from the
IAC's glass blowing faculty. The
IAC will also be open extra Friday
and Saturday nights this fall and
winter to accommodate the growing
numbers of interested visitors.
The Industrial Arts Center is an
innovative non-profit teaching facility
located in the Gulfport Art Village
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Free Pet Holiday
Photo Shoot for Vets
Hope for Veterans and Dorkie
Yorkie Pet Photography have teamed
up to offer veterans and their pets a
free holiday photo shoot on Saturday,
November 20between 10 a.m. through
2 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church,
4200 16 Street N. in St. Petersburg.
Receive coupons for a free car wash
and one week of pet daycare. Call
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Sundaes on Friday
ST. PETE BEACH- The City of
St. Pete Beach's Recreation Division
is proud to offer families the first-ever
"Sundaes on Friday" family movie
night. This free event is open to the
public and will take place on Friday,
November 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
in the Community Center's Horan
Park, located at 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive. Parents and children will
enjoy a showing of "Toy Story 3" on
their huge inflatable screen and will
treat themselves to dessert from their
ice cream sundae station, sponsored
by Working Cow Ice Cream. Bring
your blankets and chairs to enjoy a
free night of family fun out under
the stars. Call 363-9245 for more
details.


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2nd Annual Bait &
Tackle Unregatta
The Boca Ciega Yacht Club (BCYC)
in Gulfport will be hosting its
annual Bait & Tackle Unregatta on
Saturday, November 13. It is a racing-
like regatta in the Gulf of Mexico
that throws in the sport of fishing
as the wild card. Sailboats complete
a random leg course while trawling
for fish and finish times are adjusted
for fish caught. A $35 entry fee
includes breakfast, captain's t-shirt
and dinner, and live music Saturday
night. Keg beer and prizes sponsored
by Budweiser, West Marine, The
Wharf Restaurant, Bare Bottoms
Hull Cleaning, SailTech, and Merry
Pier. For additional information,
NOR, and entry forms visit
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students about her craft. According to Paula God-
frey, Coordinator of Special Projects and Grants
for Pinellas Public Library Cooperative, Smith's
visit coincides with Teen Read Week, a program
sponsored by the Library Cooperative that encour-
ages teenagers to read more. She was in town as
a part of a tour to speak to Pinellas County stu-
dents; Bogie was one of her many stops.
Smith has written four books for young adults:
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ing WWII, who passes for white so she can fly with
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about a teen living in New Orleans whose grand-
mother dies and leaves her with no one; Hot,
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to work on a crabbing boat in the Bering Sea. All
four of Smith's books have earned high praise from critics
and American Library Association Awards. Bogie's library
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The Massachusetts Society meets
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folks from all of the New England
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Election Observations
A s I write this THE elections
haven't been held, and as you
ead it they have been. The
outcome is or was unimportant to my
comments. And you might agree with
some of my comments. For instance,
the advertising in this election (the
campaigning went on much too long)
was atrocious.
Yes, you do have to occasionally
attack your opponent, but you also
have to provide information about
yourself. Just what in the devil (I
cleaned it up) do you stand for?
What are your ideas and ideals?
What are your solutions? What are
your qualifications? The ads weren't
devoid of those topics, but often it was
difficult to determine who the ads
were for. Some did more to advertise
the opponent than their sponsor.


I'm pro newspaper ads when
there are any, but t.v. bites captured
the money. Candidates and most
voters relied upon free newspaper
news coverage to sort out fact from
fiction and to bring the real issues
to the public. What if newspapers
ignored the elections and the
candidates? They say that no one
reads newspapers? Well, then, "they"
won't be bothered if their name is
associated in print with pedophilia.
No one will read it, right?
Moving right along... I'm also sick
and tired of candidates and political
parties representing specialinterests.
How about what is good for America?
Where do you stand on America and
its ideals?
Those ideals are about individuals,
not groups of individuals. Hey, we're
talking about individual rights, not
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made equal by government, but
having equal opportunities.
You don't get that by favoring one
group over another. Isn't determining
that one group or the other (and
individuals in those groups) incapable
of living without the always guiding
hand of government an insult to
those groups and the people in them?
Are they less capable, less intelligent
than others?
Remember the Bill of Rights? Those
are about individual rights. Those
are about protecting individuals from
government not about government
establishing special rights and
privileges for special people. And,
I'm not talking about minorities,
immigrants and those that are
supposedly "feared", but about all
the special interests including the
largest special interest group of all -
those who run the government.
The Founders were concerned about
the power of government, because
history has shown that the more
powerful government is the less
power the governed have. That's
individually and collectively.
Our government structure is all
about balancing the government
powers in the administrative,
legislative and judicial branches. It
is all about curtailing power. It is all
about government moving slowly and
carefully so that there is individual
liberty and opportunity.
The more government, the less
liberty and opportunity. Government
has the duty to protect the individual
from government as well as from
his fellow predators (yes, there are
lots of those). The government is not
about creating more government,
more dependence, and more jobs for
politicians and their supporters.
Happy after election day.

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Reaction to "Let's
Have a Tea Party"
Dear Editor: I recently read
your article in the Gulfport Gabber,
and while I found many points I
fundamentally disagreed with in
your article, for the sake of brevity
I'd like to tackle the one that seems
to bother me the most.
It starts when you brush off Ron
Paul and confer upon Rick Santelli
the honor of surging the Tea Party
movement forward. Ron Paul, during
the 2008 Presidential election,
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a single day. He gained a massive
following for an otherwise unheard-
of candidate, particularly among
college students. He did this not
by espousing a philosophy of anti-
government spending as much as
espousing anti-government spending
for national defense. During his
campaign he said time and again that
the first thing he'd do is withdraw all
troops from Iraq and Afghanistan,
along with cuts to troop placements
in Japan, Germany, and many other
nations where we still have troops
stationed.
Compare this to the current Tea
Party, and it is fully understandable
why the "liberal" news outlets
attempted to "ignore" the movement.
There is not a single Tea Party
candidate running for office anywhere
in the country who is campaigning on
cuts to National Defense, even though
National Defense comprises by and
large the biggest part of government
spending.
The only cuts Tea Partiers advocate
are cuts to welfare programs and
the repeal of the Health-Care bill
recently passed. This philosophy of
cutting welfare and keeping health
care privatized is identical to the
philosophy espoused by George W.
Bush. Tea Partiers only began to
oppose government spending when
it was the Democrats doing the
spending, exceptions granted to Ron
Paul and very, very few others.
Tea Party candidates like Christine
O'Donnell, Marco Rubio, Sharron
Angle and others run the same ads
and use the same talking points
that George Bush did in his two bids
for election: cut taxes and reduce
spending on welfare. The Tea Party
movement, therefore, is not a new
movement at all, but instead the same
truncated Republican philosophy
that has been spun to the American
people in every election cycle I've
lived through.
Some Tea Party candidates have
advocated the repeal of the fourteenth
amendment. Others have advocated
inserting god into our schools.


None have advocated cuts to
military spending but all of them
advocate decreased taxes. If this
election is, as you say, a referendum
on "people regaining some control of
their destiny," then the Tea Party
would certainly lose, because forcing
a certain religion's god into our public
schools, changing the constitution,
and cutting taxes while continuing to
fund debt-laden wars is as big of an
intrusion into my life as I can think
of.
Benjamin Bostick

Reaction to "Public
Pension System
Stiffs the Taxpayer"
Dear Editor: Mr. Northrop rails
against "Double Dippers". He
concentrates on mostly the state
level with a brief mention of the
federal government, "...And, they
(public pension plans) exist at almost
all levels of government throughout
the United States."
Let us discuss the biggest
bloodsuckers that are ballooning our
deficit and will bring this country
down like former imperialistic
empires: military veterans.
Mr. Northrop states "It's insane to be
paying retirement benefits to people
at age 50 or 55." But, if one enters
the US Armed Forces at age 18 and
retires 20 years later at 38, they get a
full pension for life. They can pursue
another career in government and
get another pension.
It doesn't stop yet. Many get
Veterans' Administration (VA)
benefits as well. With social security,
there are some that are getting three
federal pensions, plus a possible city,
county or state retirement.
To receive VA benefits, one needs to
have just served 90 days active duty
or have a "service related" boo boo.
Remember, there is a VOLUNTEER
military. There is no draft. I say make
service compulsory for everyone in
some capacity. Also, with the new
health care law, we don't need the
VA.
Don't get angry with my observations
and opinions. I'm just trying to
make suggestions on how to save
the country from financial ruin with
bloated tax-supported welfare.
Jeremy Steelman







Local Obituaries

BELLE, FREDERICK M., "THE
LAST FRED", 56, son of Deloris
McKinsey Belle and Fred Marshall
Belle passed away Oct. 18, 2010.
Survived by mother, Deloris; wife,
Valerie; children, Eric, Justin
Brittany, Ashley; and grandchildren,
Abigail, Noah. A celebration of life
will be held on Oct. 29, 2010, 624
Oleander Way S., South Pasadena,
FL 33707 at 6:30 p.m.

EVERETT, MARILYN J.
(RUSSELL), 81 of Gulfport, FL,
Bellingham and Humarock, MA died
peacefully after a lengthy illness
on July 21, 2010 in Florida. She
was born and raised in Wakefield,
Ma, the daughter of Dorothy
Hanright Mohla and Malcolm W.
Russell. Her husband, Paul D.
Everett, Jr. preceded her in death
in 1998. Together they had three
children. She leaves Nancy Rossini
Monts and her husband Marion, of
Mendon, MA, Paul D. Everett, III
and his wife Hope of Uxbridge, MA
and Holly Everett of Bellingham,
MA. She was known as "Nini" to
her grandchildren, Keryn and Peter
Rossini, Kevin, Kelly, Courtney, Paul
and Daisy Everett. She also leaves
a sister, Shirley Seavey of NH and
was the sister of the late Malcolm
W. Russell, Jr. She leaves many
nieces and nephews and a former
son-in-law, Jack Rossini of Medway,
MA. She also leaves her special
caregiver and friend, Dottie Aarons
of Gulfport. Lyn worked many years


in the personnel field. She enjoyed
cooking, entertaining, traveling and
going to the theater and yard sales
with her friends. She took great
pride in her beautiful gardens and
her volunteer work for the Gulport,
FL Police Department. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests that
remembrance donations in her name
be made to either the Gulfport Police
Department "Operation Santa", 2401
53rd St. S., Gulfport, FL 33707 or
to the Lake Hiawatha Association,
P.O. Box 139, Bellingham, MA
02019. Lyn's wishes were for her
family and friends in Gulfport
to come together casually for a
cocktail party. The family will host
a remembrance gathering at Town
Shores, Nottingham Building,
#101 on Wednesday, November 10
beginning at 5 p.m.

FICALORA, ANTHONY M.,
"TONY", 63, of Gulfport, died Oct.
23, 2010. Survived by a loving family.
Gathering at ALife Gulfport Oct. 27,
2-5 p.m., service Oct. 28, 10 a.m. at
Royal Palm Cemetery.

HORYN,WILLIAM,"WILD BILL",
92, a lifelong residence of St. Pete
Beach, passed away Saturday, Oct.
23, 2010. He retired from Ratheon,
was a WW II Navy veteran serving
on the USS Hackelback Submarine.
Member of St. John Vianney Catholic
Church, Member of the VFW #10192
St. Pete Beach, Bowled at 10 Pins
Lanes for over 25 years. He is survived
by his niece Claire Horyn and great-
nephew Mark Michael Pabers. He is
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November, 2007. Catholic Mass will
be held on Friday, Oct. 29, 2010, at
St. John Vianney Catholic Church.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to the Hospice of the Florida
Suncoast. Beach Memorial Chapel,
St. Pete Beach, 727-360-5577.

STOEHS, DOROTHY "DOTTY",
of Gulfport, passed away Oct. 24th.
Mass at Most Holy Name CC,
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4th. Celebration of Life immediately
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7-1 pm 7-10pm 7-1 pm Harry 7-1 pm 6pm
Frank Caine 7-1 pm


ALA Caf6 entrees vary monthly, appetizers & desserts also available.


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A special evening at Post 305: On Saturday, Nov. 6 featuring a steak dinner from 6-8 p.m. followed by the entertaining
duo of Larry & Loretta.
Thursday, Nov. llth Veterans Day Ceremony. Lunch to follow. The SAL will serve steak kabobs from 6-8 pm and the
SAL Band will play from 7-10 pm.
Friday, Nov. 12, ALA HOBO Dinner 6-8 pm. $5 donation.
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Gulfport Beach October Water Quality Report


By Cathy Salustri
Each week the City of Gulfport tests the water quality
in the waters off Gulfport Beach. Gulfport has contracted
with the City of St. Petersburg for the tests.
Every month The Gabber publishes the results of those
tests. If, at any time, the tests show that the water quality
poses a health risk, the City of Gulfport will issue a Health
Advisory. Gulfport typically receives test results within a
week of taking the sample.
Currently, the City tests for two things: enterococcus
and fecal coliform. Scientists consider enterococcus a
common bacteria found in animal and human intestines,
and, resultingly, in human and animal excrement.
Federal standards used to require agencies to measure
water quality by the amount of fecal coliform along public
beach waters but recently have replaced fecal coliform
with enterococcus as the standard. Fecal coliform also
comes from the waste of warm-blooded animals, including
humans.
The City of Gulfport currently tests for both types of
bacteria. Test results will help classify Gulfport Harbor as
"good", "moderate", or "poor". Enterococcus of less than 35
parts per 100 milliliter and fecal coliform of less than 199
per 100 milliliter of saltwater indicate good water quality.
For more information, contact the City of Gulfport at
893-1000.


Sample Date Enterococcus Fecal Coliform
October 5 16 7
October 12 2 7
October 20 2 14
October 26 34 7


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Visit Egmont Key
Come and visit Egmont Key on
Saturday, November 13 and Sunday,
November 14 and enjoy "Discoer
the Island 2010". Walk along a self
guided tour that will take you back
in time, stop and let your children
enjoy pirate games, and a must see
is a visit to their 102 year old scenic
lighthouse. Civil War re-enactors
from the Union Marines will give
demonstrations and the Confederate
"7th Florida Infantry Company K"
will present a "Living History" for
the event. On Saturday, November
13 the U.S. Coast Guard will have
one of its vessels available to tour. A
silent auction will be held with many
fantastic items to bid on. Hot dogs,
water and souvenirs will be available
for purchase. Shuttle boats will
make frequent round trips to and
from Fort DeSoto. Tickets are $15
and may be purchased on line or at
the gate. Children 11 and under are
free accompanied by an adult. Group
discount tickets of 10 or more are
also available. For more information
go to www.egmontkey.info.


Legion Auxiliary to Host Yard Sale
The American Legion Auxiliary St. Petersburg Unit 14 will be hosting an Indoor
Yard Sale on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 12, 13 and 14 at Wesley
United Methodist Church, 301 37 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg. Hours are 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and noon to 3 p,m, on Sunday. Proceeds will
benefit multiple Auxiliary charities such as All Children's Hospital, Girls State,
Bay Pines Fisher House and others. To arrange for a pick up of your gently
used items please call Bonnie Carter at 727-521-4049 or email her at din. \\ .i/'.
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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 10/22
Suspicious Circumstances- 2500
BIk 52nd St. S.
Disabled Vehicle- 5700 BIk 23rd Ave.
S.
Accident with Injuries- 5400 BIk 15th
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 900 BIk 58th
St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 BIk
26th Ave. S.
Theft- 3200 BIk 58th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 BIk
Preston Ave. S.
Burglary- 2700 BIk 58th St. S.
Disabled Vehicle- 5100 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Call for Officer- 5100 BIk 15th Ave.
S.
Lost or Stolen Tag- Beach Parking.
Trouble with Individual- 4900 BIk
20th Ave. S.
Saturday 10/23
Drunk Person- 1800 BIk York St. S.
Domestic Battery- 3000 BIk 54th St.
S.
Theft- 3000 BIk 57th St. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 5600
BIk 28th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5500 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Suspicious Person- 5100 BIk 29th
Ave. S.
Arrest on Warrant- 2100 BIk 59th St.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 2700 BIk
54th St. S.
Trespasser- 5600 BIk 28th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 6300 BIk
Pasadena Pt. Blvd. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 1400
BIk 57th St. S.
Call for Officer- 2000 BIk 53rd St. S.
Sunday 10/24
Battery- 6300 BIk 11th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 3000 BIk
Beach Blvd. S.
Drunk Person- 5300 BIk 18th Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 5200 BIk 29th
Ave. S.


Crime Awareness Meeting
The next City-Wide Crime Awareness meeting will be held on Monday,
November 8 at 7 p.m. in the Gulfport Neighborhood Center located at 1617 49
Street S. All businesses along 49th St. are urged to attend. Crime stats for the
year-to-date will be given. Meeting is open to all Gulfport citizens. For more
information, contact Ernie Stone at 727-278-9277 or Jeri Reed at 727-548-5566


(days), 727-327-3509 (evenings) or at
there.

Road Hazard- 5400 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5100 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1600 BIk
58th St. S.
Narcotics/Drugs- 5700 BIk 15th Ave.
S.
Arrest on Warrant- 2900 BIk 49th St.
S.
Battery- 5700 BIk 11th Ave. S.
Narcotics/Drugs- 5700 BIk 11th Ave.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 1600 BIk
58th St. S.
Burglary- 5400 BIk 7th Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 1600 BIk 55th St.
S.
Trespasser- 1600 BIk 58th St. S.
Monday 10/25
Suspicious Person- 2100 BIk 58th St.
S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 5600
BIk 14th Ave. S.
Suspicious Person- 5300 BIk 15th
Ave. S.
Suspicious Activity/Arson- 900 BIk
58th St. S.
Fight in Progress- 900 BIk 58th St.
S.
Truant- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Theft- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Burglary- 1000 BIk 49th St. S.
Harassing/Threat/Obscene Calls-
Location Withheld.
Suspicious Circumstances- 2900
BIk Miriam St. S.
Domestic Battery- 1400 BIk York St.
S.
Animal Complaint- 1100 BIk Gray St.
S.
Domestic Battery- 1600 BIk 58th St.
S.
Tuesday 10/26
Domestic Verbal- 5000 BIk 10th Ave.
S.
Domestic Verbal- 5600 BIk 20th Ave.
S.
Trouble with Individual- 900 BIk 58th
St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 700 BIk Free-
mont St. S.


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Call for Officer- 1100 BIk 62nd St. S.
Wednesday 10/27
Trespasser- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 900 BIk 58th
St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 700 BIk 58th
St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5800 BIk
18th Ave. S.
Accident with Injuries- 4900 BIk 18th
Ave. S.
Domestic Verbal- 2500 BIk 50th St.
S.
Accident without Injuries- 900 BIk
58th St. S.
Noise Complaint- 2100 BIk 53rd St.
S.
Noise Complaint- 5200 BIk 11th Ave.
S.
Thursday 10/28
Domestic Verbal- 5600 BIk Tangerine
Ave. S.
Accident with Injuries- 5200 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Animal Complaint- 5100 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Arrest on Warrant- 1500 BIk 60th St.
S.
Burglary- 5100 BIk 12th Ave. S.
Suspicious Activity- 6000 BIk Kipps
Colony Dr. E.



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1-800-873-TIPS
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Serious Bodily Injury


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Pinellas Park Police Department
detectives are asking for help
from the public in identifying the
unknown persons) responsible for
leaving the scene of an accident with
serious bodily injury. Detectives
indicate that on October 10, 2010
at approximately 10 p.m. the victim
was struck by a vehicle while on
her bicycle at the intersection of 49
Street and 86 Avenue N. The victim
was launched to the roof of the
vehicle and held on for over a mile
until the suspect vehicle made a
U-turn, throwing the victim off the
roof and onto the pavement. The
victim suffered severe lacerations/
fractures to her left leg which had
to be amputated. The vehicle may
have since been repaired in the
Clearwater area.

Suspect Vehicle: 2001-2003 Toyota
Highlander, Silver/Aluminum in
color, damage to the front of the
vehicle and possible windshield
damage.

INFORMATION VALID AS OF
10/27/2010
Contact Crime Stoppers of
Pinellas County, Inc. at:
*1-800-873-TIPS (8477)
*Online at www.
CrimeStoppersOfPinellas.org
*Or Text a tip by texting keyword
TIP144 plus your tip to CRIMES
To be eligible for a Crime Stoppers
reward the information MUST be
provided to Crime Stoppers first.
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City Wh r9Have you got aW
question for your
city government?
Email your request to News@theGabber.com
By Cathy Salustri
City of Gulfport: Red Light Cameras
Q: A comment on the Gabber's Facebook page suggested that the pictures
from a red light camera won't stand up in a court of law. Is this true? What
will happen if someone challenges a red light ticket issued based on a
photograph?

A: Well, according to Gulfport police, the cameras will not only use still
photography but video as well, and since the police already use video (and it
does stand up in court, they say) in their cruisers, they don't expect to have any
problems with evidence. Gulfport Chief of Police Rob Vincent added that the
state legislature already approved the system and courts across the state have
upheld the video and still image evidence.
If someone opts not to pay the fine, Chief Vincent explained, they have three
options. They can request an informal review through the police department,
a formal hearing through the county courts, or submit an affidavit of
nonresponsibility.
With the informal hearing, an officer will review the footage and the vehicle's
owner has the chance to argue his side. During the formal hearing, a judge
rules on the evidence. Drivers can submit an affidavit of nonresponsibility if
they wish to claim things like they were not driving (and they can provide the
name an address of the person who was driving the car), they already received
a ticket for the same incident, they no longer owned the car or the vehicle was
stolen at the time of the infraction.
Have a question about your (IIr'
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Luminaries on Sale for Christmas Tree Lighting
The Gulfport Senior Center is joining the City of Gulfport this season in the
celebration of the holidays. Luminaries will be placed along the sidewalks in
( 'I 1.-i Park accenting the Holiday Tree Lighting on Monday, December 6 at
7 p.m. You can designate the luminary in one of three ways: In Honor of, In
Memory of, or Holiday Greetings from a dear loved one, friend or business.
A program listing those honored will be available at the tree lighting. Follow-
ing the program, your battery operated luminaries are yours to take home to
display throughout the holidays. Please fill out the form below by printing all
information very clearly. Return the completed form with $2 per luminary to
the Senior Center at 5501 27 Avenue S., Gulfport, FL 33707. Make checks pay-
able to "The Gulfport Senior Center Foundation". Orders must be received by
Monday, December 1. All proceeds support the Senior Center Foundation. If
you have any questions, please call (727) 893-2237 or (727) 893-1231.

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Designation (circle 1) In Honor In Memory Holiday Greetings
Person designated
or
Business designated
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Stretch and Tone
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Stretch and Tone is returning to the
Gulfport Recreation Center. Come
check out this fun class full of great
people lead by Jean. Classes will be
on Tuesday and Thursdays from
9-10 a.m. The fee will be $3 for each
class. Bring mat and light weights.
Please call John at 893-1079 for
questions.

Salvation Army Needs
Holiday Volunteers
The Salvation Army of South
Pinellas County needs hundreds of
volunteers to provide services for our
community for the holidays. Positions
include Volunteer Bell-Ringer, Angel
Tree at Tyrone Mall, Thanksgiving
and Christmas Eve dinners, food-
sorting and packing, toy sorting
and packing, and registration and
distribution of assistance to over
1000 qualifying families
For more information on all holiday
volunteer opportunities please call
Gail Stark, Community Relations
Coordinator at 727-550-8080, ext.
332 or email her at GailStark@uss.
salvationarmy.org.

Belly Dance and
Zumba by Daniela
Daniela is back at the Gulfport
Recreation Center to offer
Beginners Belly Dance and Zumba
on Tuesdays starting November
16. Zumba will be from 6:30-7:30
p.m. and Belly Dance will be from
7:30-8:30 p.m. The instructor Daniela
is an internationally known Fusion
Belly dance artist mixing delicate,
feminine sensibilities with an
impressive display of core strength
and muscle isolation. Zumba is an
international dance cardio workout
that incorporates dances such as
Salsa, Merengue, Hip Hop, etc., with
no experience needed. Please contact
Daniela (instructor) at 561-302-6174
or John at the rec. center at 893-1079
for more information. Please register
in advance.


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Holiday Market
at St. Alban's
St. Alban's Day School will be
having its Annual Holiday Market
on Saturday, November 13 from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Parrish Hall of
St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 330
85 Avenue in St. Pete Beach. There
will be many vendors selling crafts,
jewelry, accessories, specialty coffee
and teas, as well as holiday items,
and many others. There will also be
a thrift sale selling pre-loved items.
There will be food and drinks, raffles
and face painting for the kids. All
money raised will be benefit the
children of St. Alban's Day School.
Please stop by!

Annual Lighted
Christmas Boat Parade
Boca Ciega Yacht Club, a not
for profit organization of over 200
family memberships, is holding its
25th Annual Lighted Christmas
Boat Parade on Saturday December
11. Members spend many hours
planning and then decorating
their boats in hopes of sharing the
holiday spirit with the surrounding
communities. Residents of Gulfport,
South Pasadena, and St. Petersburg
frequently contact the club for the
date so holiday parties can be planned
around the event.
This year the parade will begin
by entering the Gulfport Municipal
Marina at approximately 6 p.m. It
will then travel past William's Pier in
Gulfport and into the canals of Town
Shores Condominiums. The final
leg is to motor back east and enter
the canal leading to the Broadwater
community.
There is a small entry fee of $5 plus
two or more unwrapped toys. Each
year toys are collected for "Operation
Santa," and presented to Gulfport's
Police Department for distributing to
needy children.
Sail and power boats are welcome
to join in the fun. There is a sign up
board posted at the club,4600 Tifton
Drive S. in Gulfport. Entry forms will
be available the night of the parade.
Donated prizes are awarded to the
participants during the post parade
party, always to a clubhouse filled
with family and friends.
For information regarding
participation or to sponsor this
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parade, please contact Barb Meyer at
727-430-7241. The B.C.Y.C. family
wishes you a joyous holiday season
and a prosperous New Year.

Holistic Workout
for all Ages
ST. PETE BEACH, FL: The St. Pete
Beach Community Center welcomes
instructor Ian Wallace who offers
men and women of all ages a new
holistic and highly effective workout.
Class includes Gung Fu coordination


drills, stretching, breathing, self
massaging and relaxation techniques
to complete the workout. The holistic
workout brings your mind, body and
Chi into balance. Classes are offered
on Tuesday and Thursdays from
noon to 1 p.m. at the St. Pete Beach
Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive. Individual classes are $8 or
you can pre-purchase ten classes
for $60, but come try your first class
for free. Contact Ian Wallace at
459-8319 for more information.
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Attorney Keith Sanders, Handles Foreclosure Defense and
Bankruptcies with Experience and Sensitivity


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


more at ease and under-
stand that I have been
there and done that MY-
SELF."
"You know, in 99 per-
cent of bankruptcy cases
the situation is that bad
things happen to good
people. They have gone
through an expensive
health crisis or a divorce
or just got in over their
head with debt." pers concerning bank-
He began his career as ruptcy law in general,
a staff attorney for the ECF requirements and
U.S. Trustee in Atlanta. new issues. He is a
He is licensed to practice former director of the
law in both Florida and Bankruptcy Section of
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to lose to meet with me tion.
and we can assess your Outside of the cour
situation and see how it room, Sanders lives in
might be best for you to an unusual home in
proceed. Bankruptcy Gulfport that was one
can be one solution to of the featured proper-
getting back on your ties in a recent Pink Fla-
feet financially, but it mingo Tour ofHomes. It
may not be the best or a tree growing right
only solution for you. up through the floor and
Sanders has held a up through the ceiling of
number of seminars and his kitchen. He has five
written professional pa- dogs and a cat.
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Costume Contest
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There were many adorable and scary
costumes that entered the Recreation
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follows: AGES 0-1, 1st place Kaylei
Atkins, 2nd place, Haley Hubbard,
3rd place, Ava Ford; AGES 2-3, 1st
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Pasadena Pet Fest
Pasadena Community Church will
be hosting "Pasadena Pet Fest 2010"
on November 6 from 9 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. on the back lawn of the church
located at Pasadena Avenue and 2nd
Ave. S. Our Pastors will be blessing
all pets in front of the Sanctuary,
blessing certificates will be provided
to each pet. The circle will be filled
with a pet photographer, displays
and vendors with pet related
services or products. Food to include
lunch will be available featuring
Dave's Dawgs, snacks and cold
drinks. All proceeds from this event
will go to offset the cost of Christian
counseling for anyone in need, there
is no requirement that the person be
a member of their church. Call 727-
381-2499 or pcc@pccumc.org.

USCG Safe Boating
Program
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla
78 has a 13-week continuous Safe
Boating program every Tuesday,
7:30 p.m., Warren Webster
Community Center, 1500 Pass-a-
Grille Way, St. Pete Beach (1 mile
south of Don CeSar). Start at your
convenience. First day, come at
7 p.m. to register. Begin any Tuesday
and finish 13 weeks later or take up
to two years to finish.
November program includes:
"Piloting Your Boat Part B",
November 9; "Powering Your Boat"
November 16; "Knots" November 23,
and "Weather" November 30.
December program includes: "Your
Boats Radio" December 7; "Which
Boat is for You" December 14, and
Christmas vacation December 21
and 28.
Costis $40for 13weeks andincludes
new 400-pages of materials. Call Jim
at 360-4846, Warren at 321-7801, or
Phil at 865-2226.


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A Bountiful Harvest of Halloween Fun


From left; Lillian Sweezy, Ed Sweezy, Lou Love and Janet Vosler joined in the
SFun at the Gulfport Senior Center at the annual Halloween party.


Korbyn Tucker, Luke Ziengfuss-Henson and Tucker Williams
sit outside enjoying some pizza and "ice scream."


Brenda Whitman's State Farm Agency on Gultport
spirit. Handing out Candy bags to all!


The Queen of Hearts Jon Zeigler holds "Maggie, the Queen
of Hearts" the costume contest winner at the Annual
Halloween Pet Costume Contest, sponsored by Get Rescued
and Dominick's Restaurant.
This is Maggie's third win in a row for the contest. Get
Rescue's Lynda Shehan was the Master of Ceremonies and
joked to the crowd," the only way we can keep Jon from
winning next year is to kill him!" Of course, she was kidding.

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Games at the Rec Center bash included putting, beanbag throws, dice rolling
among others. Senior Center and teen volunteers ran the games and seemed
to have a ball with the little ones.


Photos By Leigh Clifton, Pam Mcginis and Linda Whitman

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By Leigh Clifton
Bogie Sophomore Caleb McCullough looks up field as he evades the Seminole defense
during Friday night's football game against Seminole. The Pirates beat the Warhawks 27-7
in a much needed victory. The Pirates, 3-5, face Northeast, 4-4, next week.
Bogie football has arguably had a pretty tough season, with four losses end-
ing with less than a two point spread. But last Friday night, all the frustration
at a rocky season erupted from the players as they took down Seminole 27-7.
The 2-7 Warhawks, whose record is little better than the Pirates, 3-5, were
outmanned, outgunned and overpowered by Bogie offensive weapon senior
quarterback Shaquille Bradford, who threw for 171 yards and scored the first
touchdown of the game.
The Pirates meet Northeast, 4-4, next Friday night at Northeast, 7:30 p.m.
Northeast beat Bogie's final opponent for the season, Gibbs, two weeks ago, at
Gibbs.


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Scoreboard
By Leigh Clifton
Football
Boys Varsity
10-22-10
Boca Ciega 26
Largo 28
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Boca Ciega 27
Seminole 7
Volleyball
Girls Varsity
10-27-10
Boca Ciega 1
Northeast 3
10-26-10
Boca Ciega 3
Gibbs 1
Swimming
Girls
10-14-10
Boca Ciega 35
Lakewood 92
Shorecrest 110
Swimming
Boys
10-14-10
Boca Ciega 41
Lakewood 77
Shorecrest 78
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Hope For Veterans, a non-profit
organization that provides minor
home repairs and fosters pets for
active duty military personnel needs
veterans to man a table at the Publix
store in Pinellas Park or the NE
Publix store on Saturday, November
20 between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. They
also need volunteers to assist with
ongoing fundraising with a goal of
opening a veterans' thrift store in
2011. Call 727-577-5455.

Bring Donations to
The Storage House
The Storage House located at 1219
49 Street S. in Gulfport is accepting
donations for the Gulfport Police
Department's Operation Santa and
non-perishable food items for the
Senior Center's food pantry. Drop off
a donation and help a neighbor.

Family Game Night
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ST. PETE BEACH,- The City of
St. Pete Beach's Recreation Division
invites all area families to be a part
of its first-ever Family Game Night
on Tuesday, November 23 from 5:30
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the St. Pete Beach
Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive. Families will participate in
Wii games on our giant inflatable
screen, hoop contests, board games,
family Pickleball, "Minute to Win It"
style games and much more! There
is no charge for this awesome event
- even the pizza dinner is on us! Pre-
registration is required; families can
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Needs Donations
American Legion Auxiliary 125
needs supplies to send to our troops.
Snacks (crackers, pop tarts, ('hi,-.
Ahoy, Oreos, Pringles, etc.), razors,
powdered drink mixes are being
requested by our "boys(?)". They are
also asking for Christmas items.
Donations may be dropped off at the
Post located at 6440 Fifth Avenue S.
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A Message of Hope


Boca Ciega teachers and staff wore pink last Friday as a message of hope and
solidarity for one of their own who is battling end-stage breast cancer. Ms.
Debbie Brown was the chorus teacher at Bogie for over ten years and is much
loved by teachers, staff and the students. Ms. Brown is now under Hospice care
for her illness. Close friend, fellow teacher and Bogie Marching Band leader
Frank Williams is saddened by his friends' illness.
"She is a wonderful human being," he said. "The kids just love her; everybody
does. She's a class act. She certainly kept me in line around here."
Another good friend of Ms. Brown, Yata Fields, a Guidance counselor at
Bogie said, "She has always been a vibrant, passionate woman with a fighting
spirit. From day one, she has never conceded defeat; her philosophy is that
she'll continue to fight until she can't anymore."
Ms. Brown's husband has set up a web site, www.caringbridge.org/visit/Deb-
bieBrownl to say hello, leave a message and check on Ms. Brown's status.
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during a serious health event to share information love and support.


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By Cathy Salustri love Florida, wondered why on earth
anyone moved to the middle of the


Cross Creek belongs to the wind and
the rain, to the sun and the seasons,
to the cosmic secrecy of seed, and be-
yond all, to time. Marjorie Kinnan
Rawlings

W H O.,In 1942 Marjorie
SKinnan Rawlings
published Cross
Creek, a book
that showed the
rest of the world -
a slice of inner-
Florida living.
Rawlings came
to Florida from
the north and ,
despite her Wash-
ington, D.C. birth,
promptly fell in
love with both
Cross Creek and the life she carved
out between the creek and the trees.
Although her earlier work, The
Yearling, won a Pulitzer, Cross Creek
is her elegy to Florida. Rawlings also
authored Cross Creek Cookery, a col-
lection of recipes germane to Florida
and Cross Creek. Some of these reci-
pes, like the one for black bear, aren't
widely prepared, but several of her
recipes live on at The Yearling, a lo-
cal eatery that pays her homage.

WHA T.A visit to the
... *Rawlings prop-
erty, now a state park, takes guests
through the house, yard and grounds.
Down the street, a visit to The Year-
ling restaurant pays homage to Raw-
lings' life and recipes.

'WHY At Cross Creek -
W both the town and
the Rawlings property visitors get
a sense of what life was like in North
Florida 70 years ago and why peo-
ple would brave the wilderness to
live there.
Orange groves, a vegetable patch,
and, of course, the creek all remain
from the days of Cross Creek. If you


state, or think the Yearling pales
in comparison to Rawlings' tales of
Cross Creek, a visit is in order.

~,N The state
W H...Jl park system
now owns and operates the Rawl-
ings' estate. The park
opens from 9 a.m. to
S5 p.m. daily October
j through July, ex-
SII cept for Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas.
Tours of the home
and grounds take
place every hour.
The Yearling res-
taurant is open
Thursday and Fri-


day from 5
p.m. until 10
p.m., Satur-
days from
noon until
10 p.m. and
noon until
8:30 p.m. on
Sunday.


WHERE. Find the
WHTEREMarjorie
Kinnan Rawlings Historic State Park
at 18700 County Road 325 in Cross
Creek; keep driving and you'll see
The Yearling restaurant about a mile
or two down the road. This is a three
hour drive (give or take); if you want
to stay overnight, the restaurant op-
erates The Yearling cottages.

BE Tj part: Hands down,
fL L J. the sour orange pie
at The Yearling restaurant. Seville,
or sour, oranges grow in abundance
in the area, and the tangy citrus fla-
vor works well in a pie. These pies
are similar to key lime pies, but with
sour oranges rather than key lime.


If you go to the park during winter
months, the tour guides will let you
have as many oranges as you can
carry.
If you just want to taste the pie,
though, have a slice at the restau-
rant. It isn't cheap, but the decor,
music and the food (we had venison,
redfish, collards, and, of course, the
pie) make it an experience worth the
price of admission.
A day at the park and dinner in the
restaurant gives even the most citi-
fied of us an idea of what life was like
for Ms. Rawlings.

flR S part: A com-
WORST ment in Cross
Creek elicited a lawsuit that only
added to Ms. Rawlings' struggles
with her inner demons. Despite her
contributions to Floridana and liter-
ature, Marjorie Kin-
nan Rawlings wrote
nothing of note after
Cross Creek, and she
died in 1953, at 57.


MAGIC
Question: Admission
to the park costs $3 per
carload and the tour
costs $3 per person. A
meal at the restaurant
will set each diner back about
$30 $40, and if you want to take
home a sour orange pie, add another
$40 to the bill.

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Beta Sigma Phi
The Beta Bozo ('l.., n- visited
All Children's Hospital for their
Halloween festivities. They painted
faces on the children and helped
with the celebration. They will visit
Pasadena Manor on November 12
to hand out cookies and spread
sunshine to the patients.
Laureate Epsilon Theta's
next regular meeting will be on
Wednesday, November 10 at the
home of Paula Lyens and Val Rankin
will present the program. The
breakfast in the park social will be
held on Saturday, November 6 at Bay
Pines War Veterans Park. Members
and guests will gather around 8:30
in the morning to enjoy a delicious
breakfast and welcome the day. The
hostesses for this social will be Pam
Puskas and Janet Taylor.
For more information, please call
Sharon Ingram at 321-2849.

NARFE Chapter
1140 to Meet
All Federal retirees and active
Federal employees are encouraged
to attend the upcoming meeting of
NARFE Chapter 1140 that includes
the Gulf Beaches Southern Pinellas
County. The luncheon meeting is on
Wednesday, November 17 at 11:30
at the Fountains of Boca Ciega Bay
in the Key West Dining Room. The
address is 1255 S. Pasadena Ave. in
St. Petersburg. Join them on
November 17 for an interesting
program and discussions of up to
date issues particularly relevant
for active and retired Federal
Employees. Lunch is $10. Spouses
and guests are welcome.
NARFE represents National Active
Retired Federal Employees. It is
one of America's oldest and largest
associations. It was founded in
1921 with the purpose of protecting
the earned rights and benefits of
American's active and retired federal
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Join now, The NARFE National
Convention delegates voted to raise
NARFE dues. The new first-year
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Workshop for Women
It's estimated that 40% of women
experience low libido. Belinda Baer,
RYT, a certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher
who has been teaching yoga since
2001 will be holding a workshop to
help women who may have suffered
a traumatic birth experience or other
trauma that may have affected their
libidos.
In a safe, nurturing environment
and using the techniques of
yoga, breathing, journaling and
co-listening, women will have the
space to explore their relationship
to their bodies and the ways their
bodies may be holding old emotions


and preventing them from having
the intimate relationship that they
desire.
The workshop is for women only and
will be held at the Acupuncture and
Massage Studio in Gulfport at 2321
49 Street S., Suite C on Saturday,
November 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There will be a one hour lunch break,
please feel free to bring something
to eat with you. The cost is $100
for pre-registration by Wednesday,
November 10 and $125 at the door on
Saturday. Please bring a yoga mat,
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Trinity Church of the Nazarene
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Thanksgiving dinner on November
13 at 5 p.m. Menu includes turkey,
stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy,
sweet potatoes, a hot vegetable,
salad, dessert and drinks. Cost is
$7 for adults and $2.50 for children.
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Christmas Bazaar at
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the baking of treats for guests during
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53rd St.) from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. There
you will find many gifts for all ages...
gift baskets, jewelry, books, cards,
decorations, white elephants, crafted
items, plants, baked goods, and a
beautiful handmade afghan!
Their Sophie's Attic Thrift Shop has
more surprises for you! Look for lots
of clothing, sweaters, jewelry, dishes,


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those sweet treats mentioned earlier.
Your shopping will be complete.
And you'll have the energy for other
activities after this jump-start for the
busy holiday season.

Clothes to Kids Needs
Boys Jeans, Pants
Clothes To Kids (CTK) has an
immediate need for new or gently
used boy's pants in sizes 6-8-10 and
young men's jeans all waist sizes.
CTK provides school wardrobes
for 250-300 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.
Adult and youth volunteers are
always needed especially in the new
St. Pete Store.
For more information, please call
441-5050 or visit their website at
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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
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RUSH'SReality


A satirical look at the world around us.


By Anne Rush


een to the DMV lately to renew
your driver' license? For better
or worse, they require a lot
more documentation than they used
to. For some people this is no problem
whatsoever. These are generally
Type A Obsessive Compulsive Highly
Organized Individuals or TAOCHOIs
as I like to call them. I am not one
of them, but you know who they are.
They probably work in the cubby
next to your organized-chaos desk or
in accounting. You rarely see them
in a TAI-CHI class (they don't slow
down).
So God bless my sister who has
been married four times (two of them
didn't really count). We've come a
long way, baby(!) in terms of women's
rights and all, but we're still the only
gender that changes their surname
upon marriage.
The DMV required that she produce
each of her original marriage
certificates and divorce decrees.
Her 38 year journey searching for
true love involved many moves and
many boxes. I remember when her
divorce decree came through for one
particular liaison, I was actually at
the bonfire where we foolishly burned
that original marriage certificate
and celebrated. That falls into the
category of "Seemed like a good idea
at the time", we now know.
Hers was not an easy task, but she
did it. Her new license is good for
11 years and she's been in a loving
marriage now for over 20. Good for
her!
I don't know what our government's
motivation is for such tactics. Is it to
secretly increase revenues by making
people frantically write checks to the











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Bureaus of Vital Statistics? If so,
why is unemployment so high? I'm
all about smaller government, but
surely that department is hiring.
Is it to weed out terrorists? If so,
here's my advice. Every terrorist
is gonna have a neat little folder
with all required documentation
in tact. Those are the people they
should be pulling out of the line and
questioning. The folks who are yelling
and complaining with their most
recent utility bill in hand should be
waved right through to the infamous
photo booth of God-Awful pictures!
Still, we really do need our photo
ID. I never knew how much I needed
mine until recently. You see, I lost
my daughter's social security card.
This is something that would never
happen to a TAOCHOI, I know, but
it happened to me.
Now the social security office
required that you send all original
documents. Copies don't cut it. So one
day I gathered: 1) my original birth
certificate; 2) my original marriage
certificate (to prove the name change
and all); 3) my original social security
card; 5) my current driver's license;
6) a current bank statement; 7) my
daughter's original birth certificate;
8) her original state photo ID; and
9) her report card from the end of
school last year to prove her address
and that she was still alive as of June
2010 (she had made honor roll!).
I knew these documents were
valuable so I tried to hand-deliver
them to my local social security
office. If you've ever visited one,
they're packed, even in the middle
of the month. So I tried to leave
them with the elder social security
security guard at the front desk, but
he would have nothing of it. I found
a clerk whose window was open and
tried to hand deliver them to her, but
she told me to take a number and get
in line. "But I don't need to talk to
:iny.n.-'I I protested. She gave me
the look. As I passed the security
guard when leaving to go to the post
office to send them via return receipt


Identity Crisis


mail, I thought "I bet he doesn't wait
in line for anything". Hmmm.
They kept these documents for two
weeks.
Ordinarily this would not be a
problem, but as luck would have it, I
needed to open a bank account. After
filling out forms, the CSR said "OK,
we're done here and I'll be right back
with copies. I just need your photo
ID." Darn! I didn't have it and had
to explain my story. All I had to offer
was my Voter Registration Card and
library card as back up, but she just
smiled. That was the first time it
occurred to me that I really have no
ID on me or even at home whatsoever.
I felt naked.
The next week, I went to deposit my
pay check, but realized I couldn't get
cash back like I usually do because I
didn't have my photo ID. That was
fine I could always use the ATM I
reasoned.
A few days later, I made a doctor's
appointment for my daughter and
had to get her out of school a little
early. She had just started high
school and so I hadn't had to pick
her up early from school yet. Then
I began sweating it thinking they
might not let me take my daughter
without my photo ID, but luckily she
met me in the parking lot. Whew!
I was fortunate to get this
appointment for her while she was
sick because it was a new doctor so
we weren't established patients yet.
Still they agreed to see her. As I filled
out all of that paperwork and went
to pay at the window, of course they
asked to see my ID. Again I had to
explain.
Honestly, after I filled her
prescription and brought her home,
I had to fight this urge to go to a bar
only because that's the one place I
could think of where they wouldn't
ask to see my ID!
But it's all good now. My daughter
has her new social security card, I
have all my original documents and
most importantly, my driver's license
back. I now have a file folder labeled
"Really Important Papers" and I'm
pretty sure I even generally know
where it is. ACLU be damned, but
I'm gonna push for microchips at
birth. Are ya with me?

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DINING SET-Glasstop rattan, w/4 chairs on
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AVON REPS NEEDED
Sign-up with top seller Or purchase products.
Call Mirzana 727-453-2637
TREES MAGNOLIA-(3). Large Ornamental
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MULTI FAMILY-Furniture, Bikes, Tools,
Clothes, Kitchen and household items, air
conditioning, tires. Lots of Misc. Fri. & Sat. 9-5.
5012 17th Ave. So.
MULTI FAMILY-Antiques, plants, everything,
58th St. S. between 5th & 6th Ave. S. Friday,
Sat. & Sun. Follow signs.
TOOLS, FISHING EQUIP.- Misc. Thurs, Fri,
Sat. 7305 44th Ave. N. (off 74th St.).
PARK WIDE SALE-Friday & Saturday 8am.-
4pm. Fairhaven Mobile Home Park. 5757 66th
St. N.
ISLAND WIDE
YARD SALE
Paradise Island Area of Treasure Island. Over
80 Residents Participating. Saturday, Nov. 6. 8
a.m. 3 p.m.
2408 50TH ST. S.-Plus Size Clothes, Furni-
ture, Speakers & More. Sat. 8am.-2pm. Only!
SUNFLOWER SCHOOL-Fri. 11/5 & 6, 9-3,
54th St. So. at 27th Ave. So., Presbyterian
Church Hall, Gulfport.
MULTI- FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. & Sun.
8-3p.m., 4236 12th Ave. N.










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YOUTH CLUB
YARD SALE
Thursday-Friday 8:00am. to 4:00pm. 4800
15th Ave. S.
5625 30TH AVE. S.-Saturday 8-2p.m. Miscel-
laneous.
SATURDAY 8-3P.M.- Children's & Adult Cloth-
ing, Household & Small Furniture, Lots of Little
Stuff! No Early Birds! 5659 Shore Blvd. S.
FURNITURE, SURF BOARD,- Reptile Tank &
Lots More! Saturday, 3762 18th Ave. N.
HUGE MOVING SALE-4618 27th Ave. S. Sat.
only. Furniture, garden ornaments, plants,
tools, tons of good stuff.
632 38TH AVE. S.- Huge Yard Sale. Hats,
Totes, Insulated Lunch Bags, Umbrellas, Mov-
ie DVD's New & Used. Hats Galore. Saturday
& Sunday 8:30-5p.m.
GIGANTIC RUMMAGE SALE-Holy Cross
Catholic Church Hall, 7851 54th Ave. No., St.
Petersburg. Nov. 4th, 5th & 6th Thurs-
Friday 9-4, Saturday 8:30-11a.m.

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LOTS OF U NAME ITGot-to-Go-Good-
Clean-Stuff, Household, Tools, Garden, Tech,
Clothes, Furniture, Misc. 5910 Dartmouth Ave.
N. Sat. 11/6, 8-2p.m.
CORNER OF 31ST AVE. S.-and 54th St. S. 2
blocks north of Maddy's. Across from Veterans
Park. Sat. 8am.-?
5610 19TH AVE. S.-Sat. 8-2p.m. Collectibles,
tools, household items, sofa, hottub, lighthous-
es, misc.
CARPORT SALE-Saturday 11/13 8a.m.-3pm.
Town Shores Diplomat Bldg. Great Buys for
Everyone. Coffee, Doughnuts, Hot Dogs &
Soda.
DON'T MISS THIS YARD SALE!- Books, Ex-
ercise Equipment, Nurses Scrubs, Bird Cag-
es, KULANA Beach Cruiser Bike, Grill, Local
Artwork, Dog Toys & More. 3028 54th St. S.
1 Block North of Veteran's Park & O'Maddy's,
Blue House, White Fence. Saturday 9a.m.-
2p.m.
PILGRIM CHURCH FLEA MARKET-6315
Central Ave., Sat., 11/6, 9-1, Silent Auction,
Snack Bar.
DUAL YARD SALE-Sat. Nov. 6th, 8-2p.m. Ac-
cess from 4th Ave. N., Dartmouth Ave. N. &
alley. 6256 Dartmouth Ave. N. Lots of stuff.
MOVING- Sat. & Sun.'71 Mustang, Tools,
Furniture, Misc. Household. 5326 8th Ave. S.


HUGE RUMMAGE SALE-in our Parking Lot!!!!
Fall Fundraiser for Eagle Lake Rehab and
Care Center (A Not for Profit) Skilled Nursing
Facility. Saturday, Nov. 6th, 2010 from 8am.-
2pm. All Proceeds will go toward a Piano for
our Resident's Enjoyment. We are located at
1100 66th St. N. Any Questions or Donations
Please call Donna at 727-345-9331.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FISHING- Antique
dishesSewing, Downriggers, Clothing. Fri.,
Sat., Sun., 9-4p.m. 4621 23rd Ave. S.
WAREHOUSE SALE-Huge Sale, Every-
thing must Go! No reasonable offer refused.
Furniture, business equipment, appliances,
housewares. Too much to list. Saturday, Sun-
day, 10/30 & 10/31. 8am till ? 5566 64th Way
North.
MOVING SALE -HUGE! 6282 10th Ave. S. Fri.
Sat. & Sun. Good Stuff, great prices, 5' com-
mercial stainless steel table, furniture, misc.
House for sale also.
NOVEMBER 6TH, 8AM.-2:OOPM.-Hamilton
Disston School, 5125 11th Ave. S. Gulfport.
Help us raise money to Support our School!
BIG SALE!!-Queen Headboard, Frame, Ex-
ersice Equipment, Boys Uniform Pants and
Shirts, Household, Clothes and Misc. Satur-
day 11/6 8:30am.-? 4511 21st Ave. S.

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6244 7th Ave. S.
6101 10th Ave. S.
6302 10th Ave. S.
6325 10th Ave. S.
6231 11th Ave. S.
5920 15th Ave. S.
5932 15th Ave. S.
5931 17th Ave. S.
5937 17th Ave. S.
805 59th St. S.
1509 Gray St. S.
1512 Gray St. S.
1602 Gray St. S.
1614 Gray St. S.
720 Hull St. S.

5813 24th Ave. STI
5813 24th Ave. S.
5804 25th Ave. S.
5625 26th Ave. S.
5108 26th Ave. S.
5814 26th Ave. S.
5826 26th Ave. S.
5007 27th Ave. S.
5136 27th Ave. S.


5313 27th Ave. S. Sunflower School
5843 27th Ave. S.
5844 27th Ave. S.
5113 28th Ave. S.
5301 28th Ave. S. Gulfport Historical
Society
2525 51st St. S.
2404 53rd St. S.
2521 53rd St. S.
2506 54th St. S.
2707 54th St. S.
2723 56th St. S.
2510 57th St. S.
2314 58th St. S.
2301 59th St. S.
2408 59th St. S.


4929 9th Ave. S.
5310 Jersey Ave. S.
5125 11th Ave S. Hamilton
Disston School
5131 12th Ave. S.
5000 14th Ave. S.
5501 14th Ave. S.
5000 Newton Ave. S.


5146 15th Ave. S.
5701 16th Ave. S.
5012 17th Ave. S.
5725 18th Ave. S.
5514 19th Ave. S.
5609 19th Ave. S.
1619 49th St. S. Gulfport
Community Players
1743 49th St. S.
1909 49th St. S.
2102 53rd St. S.
1902 54th St. S.
1208 55th St. S.
1214 55th St. S.
1822 56th St. S.
1855 56th St. S. r
1861 56th St. S.
1806 57th St. S.
1830 58th St. S. 1 I


2809 Tifton St. S.
2602 48th St. S.
2709 48th St. S.
2710 48th St. S.
4768 Baywood Point Dr. S.


5659 Shore Blvd. S.
5112 31st Ave. S.
5426 31st Ave. S.
5427 31st Ave. S.
5431 31st Ave. S.
5443 31st Ave. S.
2607 2613 Beach Blvd. S. (multi)
3013 50th St. S.
3028 50th St. S. t M
3043 50th St. S.


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PARTICIPANTS NEEDED-Preschool hosts
yard sale coming Saturday November 20th
Proceeds Benefit St. Vincent's Preschool.
Space Available, High traffic volume. Silent
auction will be held the following day. Special
items available. 727-321-0563 or 341-0963.
4768 & 4734 BAYWOOD PT. DR. SO.-Sat.
8-? Neat old stuff, cool new stuff, lots of cheap
stuff! Great size 8 clothes at 4734. Early birds
can help set up. 727-742-2825.
NICE YARD SALE- 6314 8th Ave. S. Saturday.
Lots of jewelry & Household items

HOME ORGANIZING
SERVICES
Do you need help with Organizing and Declut-
tering your home to create order out of disor-
der? Pat Johns, 727-360-3328.
MOVING SALE-All household Items, Every-
thing Must Go! 6210 27th Ave. N. Saturday
9am.- pm.


LOST AFRICAN GRAY-Hamilton. Disston
School Area 11th Ave. S. Gulfport. If found call
Jeri or Phil 727-327-3509.
FOUND-White Cockatiel, Vic. Jersey Ave.,
Fri.-Sat. Call Sandy 727-742-3354.










GULFPORT ART DISTRICT-1BR, Washer/
Dryer, Water included. $550 + small security
deposit. 28th Ave. S. & 56th St. 727-347-2909.
SOUTH PASADENA- 1BR. $535/mo. Large
Effecienty $495/mo. Walk to Publix, SweetBay,
Leverocks, Short drive to Stetson. 727-804-
4431 or 727421-2555
SPACIOUS & CHARMING 1BR- 1st Floor w/
Enclosed Lanai. Rent $650 includes Water,
Trash, Cable. Located near T.I. Beach and Ty-
rone. Call Shara, 813-531-1687.
S. PASADENA-"Bay Island", Furnished,
Yearly 1BR/1BA. Pools/Gatedguards. $700/
Mo. 55+years. Also "Les Chateaux" Yearly,
Furnished 1BR/1BA $700/Mo. No Pets. Call
EXCHEQUER INC. 727-367-5647.
BEAUTIFUL 4BR/2BA 2-STORY-House,
Recently Updated, Gulfport Art District. W/D
Hook-up, Hardwood floors, Central Air, Walk
to Beach. $1100/mo. Non-Smoker. 727-366-
1693 or 727-365-4247.
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.
SUNSET BEACH-1BR cute and cozy. Just
$650/Mo. includes Cable TV & W/S/T. Steps
to Beach. Don Taylor, REALTY EXECUTIVES.
727-458-7828.

WE GO THERE! 321-6965
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ST. PETE BEACH DUPLEX- 1BR Apt. $695/
Mo. (69th Ave./Sunset Way) Ceramic Floors,
Porch, Great Location, Private Aloha Paradise.
Flowers & Trees. Near main Upham Beach,
Shops, Bus, Parking. 727-345-1367.
TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 727-822-2200.
FOR RENT/SALE-House, 2 Blocks to
Stetson, 2BR/1BA/1CG, Large Yard Florida
Room, Parquet wood Floors, CHA, $900/Mo.
or $119,900. Owner/Agent, 727-347-4555.
2BR/2BA CONDO- New tile, Remodeled
Kitchen, Covered parking, Gated.Pool, WSG
included. Near Eckerd College, Well main-
tained. $875. 727-415-2283 or 727-867-3090
ST. PETERSBURG NEAR GULFPORT-
1BR/1BA House, Remodeled. Large Fenced
Yard, Off Street Parking, W/D. $700/Mo. Sec-
tion 8 OK, +Security. 727-916-0916.
FURNISHED 2BR/1BA HOME-4 blocks to
Beach. Newly Renovated, Private Alley Way,
Beautiful Backyard. Available 11/1-2/14. $775/
Mo. plus $500/Deposit. 407-758-3160.
MOVE IN SPECIAL-$300/Security. 2725 54th
St. 1BR1BA Upstairs $575/Mo. 2715 54th St.
Sm. 1BR/1BA Upstairs $475/Mo. 2210 53rd
St. 1BR/1BA w/Bonus room $575/Mo. All In-
clude W/S/G 727-239-6983.
SMALL QUIET EFFICIENCY- Low rent for ex-
cellent tenant. 289-3588.
GULFPORT ART DISTRICT- Near Beach, Li-
brary, Efficiency $450/Mo. Includes W/S/G &
Cable. 727-321-8582.
S. PASADENA 2BR, DEN- Garage, Screened
Porch, Close to Stetson Law School. $895/Mo.
Also 2BR/1BA, Inside Utility, Near Stetson,
$725/Mo. 2BR/1BA Covered Parking, Fac-
ing Park, Close to Publix. $755/Mo. 727-345-
7036.
3BR DUPLEX-Fenced-in Yard, $700/Mo. + 1
Month Security. $1100 Moves you In! 2220
York St. So. HUDApproved. 321-1793 or 502-
7530.
SPBCH GULFFRONT-"Envoy Pt." Yrly, Furn.
2BR/1BA +Balcony. $1500/Mo. 90 days
$2400+tx per mo. Pools/Tennis/Gateguards.
No Pets. Call EXCHEQUER INC. 727-367-
5647.


NORTH ST. PETE-Updated 1BR, On-Site
Laundry, Off-Street Parking. $565/Mo. 108 SW
Lincoln Circle N. 727-688-9799.
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA/1CG-Waterfront
House for Rent in Gulfport Marina District on
Quiet Cul-de-sac. Terrazzo & Tile floors, New
Paint, Beautiful Kitchen, Wide Open Water,
Hugh Backyard. Available Immediately. $1500/
Mo. 727-687-0568.
SUNSET BEACH-1 Block to Beach. Nice
1BR/1BA Condo on Water. New Paint and
Carpet. Newer Appliances. Fishing Dock.
$750/Mo. Joel, 727-251-0350.
2BR/1BA GULFPORT-Seasonal $1175/Mo.
2220 59th St. S. (near Pasadena Yacht &
Country Club). Security Deposit $1000. Nice!
e-mail for details-must include location in reply:
rufescens@aol.com
4616 22ND AVE. S.-4/BR/4BA. New Carpet,
Stove, Refrigerator. $1000/Mo. and $1000/Se-
curity. Pets Ok. 727-641-6711.
CLEAN AND NEAT-1BR Apt. on Lake Mag-
giore. Nice Quiet Neighborhood on Cul-de-
Sac. Washer/Dryer. $650/Mo. Utilities Includ-
ed. No Dogs 727-637-4477.
S. PASADENA 3BR/2BA- Newly Remodeled
Granite Kitchen. Large Fenced Yard, Prime
Neighborhood. $995/Mo. 727-418-4517.
GULFPORT 1BR/1BA-Rent Reduced! In-
cludes Electric & Water, Washer/Dryer and
Many Nice Features for 1 Non Smoker Only.
No Section 8 Call 727-249-3849.
BEACH RENTALS- 1BR w/Large Screened
Room, Walk to Beach, Shopping, Bus Stop.
Pets. Okay. 621 76th Ave., SPB. 727-866-
1781.
TREASURE ISLAND CAPRI ISLE- 2BR/1BA
on Waterfront. Fishing Dock, Over looking
John's Pass. Annual Lease $800/Mo. 727-
480-7834.
2BR/2BA CONDO-St. Pete. Pool, Clubhouse,
Freshly Painted $750/Mo. $500/Security. Chil-
dren & Cats Allowed. Parking Space. Call Ken
727-417-1462.
ISLA DEL SOL- 2Br./2Ba. Fully furnished,
Assigned covered parking, Wide Open Wa-
terview of Boca Ciega Bay. Balcony overlooks
bay, pool & spa. Annual $1200. Seasonal
$2000. 727-347-0909 or 727-804-8546.


Waterfront/Non-Waterfront Furn/Unfurn Winter/Yearly Rentals

55 plus community
NEW LISTING Lancaster #211,1 bed, 1 bath waterfront, furnished $ 900.00
Windsor #504, 2 bed, 2 bath furnished, yearly rental $1350.00
Jamison House #310 2 bed 2,181 day rental or yearly $ 850.00 monthly
Manchester #109 2 bed 2 bath, 181 day rental or yearly $ 950.00 monthly
Manchester #302 2 bed 2 bath, 181 day rental or yearly $ 950.00
Manchester #506 2 bed 2 bath, 181 day rental or yearly $1000.00


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ST. PETE BEACH -Waterfront, 1BR, 750 sq.
ft. pool, dock, covered parking available. Im-
maculate. Water, sewer, trash included. $710/
mo. 727-641-5109.
BEACH BLVD.-Large Efficiency, $625/Mo.,
1BR + Study, $675/Mo. Nice Setting, W/D in
Apartment, Tile, Carpet, AC & Fans. 727-543-
3897.

ISLA DEL SOL-2BA/2B, 10th Floor, Bay &
Gulf Views, Corner Unit. Newly Remodeled
Kitchen & Bath. In Unit Laundry, Pool. 12
Month Lease $1250. Call about Shorter Term
& Photos. 262-643-4268.
BEACHWAY PARK 2BR/2BA-Car, Washer,
A/C, Orange/Grapefruit Trees. Access to In-
ground Pool, Laundry Facilities, Shuffleboard
& Clubhouse. Photos at http://picasaweb.
google.com/hburry/FloridaHomeForSale?feat
=directlink or Call 1-709-533-2377.
NEAR TYRONE FURNISHED EFFICIENCY-
Patio, In private house, $550/Mo & Deposit,
Cable/Utilities Included. 1 Person Only. Call
Sissy, 345-4200.
BRING YOUR SUITCASE!-Seasnonal
1 BR/1BA Large Duplex Furnished, Near Gulf-
port Beach and Stetson. CHA, Walk-in Closet,
King Bed, Sleeper/Sofa, Shaded Yard, Porch,
Carport, Tile, W/D. $950/Mo. Plus Utilities.
First, Last Security. Pets Considered. 727-
224-9771. Available Jan. 1st.
FURNISHED ROOMS- Share 3 Bedroom with
older gentleman. $99-105 per week. Secu-
rity. Includes Util., Cable, Wi-fi. Quiet Wooded.
727-743-7474
GULFPORT FURNISHED-1BR/1BA Apt. Ca-
ble, Water, Trash Included. No Pets/Smoking.
Walk to Shops & Beach. Mature Person $600/
Mo. + Deposit 727-384-2053.
GULFPORT BEACH DISTRICT- Large
1BR/1BA, new kitchen, nicely furnished, W/D
included. Private Patio, Walk to Beach & Res-
taurants. Close to Stetson. $700/Mo. & Utili-
ties (12 Month Lease) $1200/Mo. (Short Term
Lease Includes Utilities) Small Pet Okay. 813-
786-7716.
ISLA DEL SOL-Club Bahia. Fantastic Water-
view, 2/2. Beautifully Furnished. Fitness Cen-
ter, Pool, Fishing Dock. View Photos at
www.realtor.com MLS# 7446152
shellrealty@aol.com or Call 727-867-5536.
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.


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
PREFER LADY-to Rent Room in my Home.
Private Bath, Cable, Kitchen & Laundry Privi-
leges. Call 727-347-5280.
ROOMMATE WANTED- Pasadena/Gulfport.
Full House Privileges, Utilities & Wireless In-
ternet Included. 727-344-0509.


LAKE FRONT $175/MO.-Provide Compan-
ionship part of the Day time 4 days/week to
Healthy Senior Lady. Walk Dog, Keep Apt.
Tidy. Furnished, Private Bath. St. Pete 813-
388-0208.
ROOMMATE WITH INTEGRITY Wanted!,
Nice Room/share house, courtyard, Close
to everything. $500/mo. Everything included.
Well behaved animal allowed. 727-417-1850.

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

WANTED TO RENT FOR THE MONTH-of
January. 1BR Apt/Condo (furnished). Walking
distance to Art District/Beach. Call 727-866-
1904.

BAY PINES VA CONDO-Open Sat. & Sun.
2-5p.m. Walk to VA Hospita from 9815 47ty
Ave. N. Bldg. E, Unit 107. Large 1BR, W/D,
Like new, inside & out. 55+ complex. Low
maintenance, no pets. Colleen Feeley, Re/
Max Action First. 459-5001.


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