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Title: Gabber
Portion of title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport, Fla
Publication Date: 06-23-2011
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Inside
this week..


Friday Last Day for
Parade Sign-up
see page 6

July 4th Celebration
see page 7

Gulfport Growing
Green Event
see page 14

Little League
Closing Ceremonies
see page 16

IAC Offers Glass
Blowing
Scholarships
see page 18

Gulfport Summer
Rec Programs
see page 24

Public Comment
from Gulfport
Council Meeting
see page 31

Eye on Crime
see page 42

Gulfport Special
Pickup Charges
see page 47


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Gulfport Yard Sale Changes
GULFPORT- After approving the ordinance
on its second reading, Gulfport now al-
lows its residents six garage sales per year
instead of four. Previously the city allowed
a permitless yard sale the first Saturday of
every month in addition to the four permit-
ted by ordinance.
At council's request the city will add lan-
guage to the permit application that appli-
cants agree to remove their items from the
yard by noon the following day.
The city does not charge for these permits.

Palm Tree Arsonist
Strikes Again
By Cathy Salustri
Shortly before 6 p.m. last Wednesday night,
Gulfport had another set fire, this time in Clam
Bayou. In keeping with the pattern of other set
fires, the person or persons who set this fire set it
at the base of a palm tree, according to Detective
Sergeant Rob Burkhart. Detective Sergeant
Burkhart noted that almost every palm tree fire
in the city has occurred between Wednesday
night and Thursday morning, although he
also noted that this fire occurred earlier than
the others, which often occur after two o'clock
Thursday morning.
"Other than the time, the M.O. is the same,"
Detective Sergeant Burkhart said.
See Arsonist, page 6


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Golf Carts: Gulfport
Looks to Change Rules;
Police Chief Speaks Out
By Cathy Salustri
Two years ago,
Gulfport city
council opted not
to allow non-street
legal golf carts
on city roads.
Although state law
makes provisions
and allows some
types of golf carts
on certain roads,
some citizens
SChief Robert Vincent
have asked once
'We need a traffic study
again for council to to comply with state law
consider allowing that says the city must
other types of golf make a determination
carts on the roads. that it's safe to operate
A street-legal golf golf carts on city roads.'
cart is also a low
speed vehicle, or LSV. State law (Florida
Statute 316.2122) allows LSVs, including
golf carts, under the following conditions:
*They must have headlamps, stop lamps,
turn signal lamps, taillamps, reflex
reflectors, parking brakes, rearview mirrors,
windshields, seat belts,
* They must have vehicle identification
numbers
See Golf Cars, page 27


Pass-A-Grille Post Office Closes After 106 Years
By Melissa Lattman
The post office donated _
the sign from the Pass- - - -
A-Grille Post Office to the
Gulf Beaches Historical 1
Museum. The post office .
closed its doors Friday after
106 years. Pictured left to
right are PAG Postmaster
Dick Weber, St. Pete Beach
Station Manager Diane ' NITEDIT/ r
Goldstein and Spencer S B i POS E
Lucas of the Gulf Beaches Pas.a-Gille. FL
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Police Officers Offered
Free Access to Stetson
Exercise Equipment
GULFPORT - The city signed a
"hold harmless" agreement with
Stetson Law School. To help
Gulfport police officers meet Police
Chief Robert Vincent's new fitness
guidelines for officers, he would
like officers to have access to fit-
ness equipment. Stetson will allow
officers to use its exercise equip-
ment for free.

City Approves Power
Agreements With Gas,
Electric Companies
GULFPORT-Thecityvotedtoapprove
two franchise agreements at Tuesday
night's meeting. Councilmembers
passed an ordinance granting
Peoples Gas System (Tampa Electric
Company) and Progress Energy
to non-exclusive rights to provide
natural gas and power, respectively.
This does not mean other companies
cannot offer the services in Gulfport;
rather, these contracts allow these


companies to use city right-of-ways
to provide service to residents and
businesses.

St. Pete Donates
Rescue Vehicle
GULFPORT-With council'sblessing,
Gulfport's CERT (Community
Emergency Response Team) accepted
a surplus Freightliner fire and
resuce vehicle, a "rescue box truck,"
according to city manager Jim
O'Reilly. The city of St. Petersburg
initially donated the truck to Boca
Ciega's medical program, but with
program cuts the school could no
longer use the truck for training.
CERT will use the truck as a "rehab"
truck for emergency response
personnel. The truck will offer a
controlled environment with water
andhigh-energy snacksforresponders
as well as a way to monitor vital signs
of responders to ensure they're fit for
returning to whatever emergency
situation they're facing.
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City of Gulfport's
Centennial 4th of July Parade!
Get your organization or business in on the fun!

Float check-in area is in front of the Catherine Hickman parking lot on the
corner of 26th Avenue S. and Beach Boulevard S. The parade will start at
6 p.m. Floats will meet in the check-in area no later than 4:30 p.m. Staff will
direct you from there.

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NUMBER OF UNITS
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or... mail to or drop off at:
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Arsonist, from front page
However, he notes, police saw
cigarette butts around the tree, and,
while police remain skeptical about
the possibility of coincidence, "a
careless smoker could have started
the fire."
The police are addressing this series
of palm tree-related fires - technically
criminal mischief, not arson, as
they did not damage a structure -
with problem-oriented patrols. A
"problem-oriented patrol" means
that one officer leads the charge in
finding solutions to a specific ongoing
criminal problem.
Officer Matt Parks is in charge of the
problem-oriented patrol. Anyone with
information can call Officer Parks at
the Gulfport police non-emergency
number, 893-1030.
Police report no casualties other
than the palm tree.

Cats, kittens and
free toys!
Now through July 31st, when you
adopt a feline from Pet Pal Animal
Shelter, your new kitty will receive a
free cat toy. Choose from many colors
that will bring your new pet hours of
entertainment. All adoptable felines
are spayed/neutered, microchipped
and up to date with vaccinations. To
meet their adoptable kittens and cats
or to make a donation, visit Pet Pal
Animal Shelter at 405 22nd Street
S. in St.Petersburg or call 727-328-
7738. Hours are Tues.-Fri. 11 a.m. to
4:30 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.;
Sun.-Mon. closed.





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Kick it to Cancer
Kickball Tournament
Relay For Life of Gulfport "Kick
It To Cancer Kickball Tournament"
begins on Saturday, June 25, from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Gulfport
Recreation Center Field. Call your
buddies and start a team of ten
to 15 members or join a team and
come out and enjoy the food, fun and
festivities. $50 team registration fee
and all proceeds benefit the Relay For
Life of Gulfport. Adult games played
in single elimination format with the
day ending in a championship game.


380)0 Gnultort Blvd
Pasadena Shopping Center


One youth game with be played
prior to the championship game.
To register or for more information,
please contact nina.ionata@cancer.
org or 727-812-7004. In true Gulfport
fashion, all dogs are welcome!

Corey Sunset
Celebration
Corey Avenue is the heart of
downtown St. Pete Beach, the
Sunset Capital of Florida! Come and
discover the unique stores, specialty
shops, the theater, the wonderful
restaurants, art galleries, clothing


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stores, imaginative gift shops, craft
and hobby shopping, beachwear
shops, and more. Visit this shopping
paradise by car or trolley...you'll be
delighted that you did!
Corey Sunset Celebration is
hosted by the Corey Area Business
Association (CABA) and takes place
on the second and fourth Friday of
every month, year round. For more
information on CABA please go to
www.CoreyAve.com.
For more information on Corey
Sunset Celebration or to become
a vendor or performing artist,
please call 727-322-5217. Vendor
applications can be downloaded
at www.SIKPromotions.com/
VendorInfo/Sunset Celebration.

Chamber Partners
with Post 125 for
Troop Supplies
The Gulfport Chamber of Commerce
has partnered with American
Legion Auxiliary, Post 125 to collect
toiletries and sundries for our troops
overseas.
With this season upon us to remember
and celebrate our freedom, it is only
fitting that these men and women
are remembered, and should not go
without the basic needs to make a
difficult deployment more bearable.
A list of items asked for by these
service people can be had at the
Chamber office, 4926 Gulfport Blvd.,
or call 727-344-3711 for a list. Items
can be also dropped off at Post 125,
6440 5th Ave. S. in St. Petersburg.


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Pass-A-Grille Post
Office Closes After
106 Years
By Melissa Lattman
ST. PETE BEACH-The Pass-A-
Grille post office closed its doors
permanently on June 17. People
watched as postal workers took down
the post office's sign. The post office
donated the sign to the Gulf Beaches
Historical Museum.


Pass-A-Grille had a post office
since 1905. People filled the small
post office lobby to say good-bye at
a reception on Friday. Patrons took
their pictures with longtime postal
manager Dick Weber. Post office
boxes, and other services will still be
available at the Corey Avenue post
office. Weber will also be at the Corey
Avenue location.
Frank T. Hurley Jr. shared the early
days of the post office in his book
"Surf, Sand and Post Card Sunsets."


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The Pass-A-Grille post office was the
first post office on the Gulf Beaches. It
opened in the lobby of the Bonhomie
Hotel on August 10, 1905. The post
office moved to Page's Pavilion at
Ninth Avenue and Gulf Way around
1912, Hurley wrote.
The Pass-A-Grille Post Office moved
to 8th Avenue in the 1930s or 1940s
adjacent to the location that closed
Friday. Shirley Merry Lynch, 85,
shared how her parents built the
building at 103 8th Avenue for the
post office in the early 1940s.
"We played badminton in the vacant
lot when I was a kid," she said.
Lynch's mother, Blanche Merry,
was the postmistress for 32 years,
until Blanche retired in 1962. Lynch
said she and her husband ran a drug
store for years--sharing the building
with the post office.

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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Shop Thrift,
Boutique and Gift Shops
Pasadena Community Church has
three stores at one location (Pasa-
dena Avenue and Second Avenue S.)
featuring clothing, household items,
gifts, children's clothes and furni-
ture. Thrift and boutique are open
from 9-12 Wednesday and Satur-
day. Gift store is open from 10-2 on
Wednesday only.

PARC Thrift Store
Needs Donations
Due to an increase in community
need, the PARC Thrift Store at
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is immediately collecting electronic
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Thrift Store is able to pick up large
donations with advance notice.
Donations of electronics andfurniture
may be delivered to the PARC Thrift
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proceeds from the PARC Thrift Store
benefit the children and adults with
developmental disabilities at PARC.
For more information, please call
Ron Hoover, PARC Thrift Store
Manager, at 727-541-4493.



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1950 2nd Ave. No., St.Petersburg
Sunday Service 11:00 am
Monday, A Course in Miracles 7 pm
6/25 Sat Why Pendulums? 1-2 pm
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Fri-Sat Used Book Sale 11-4 pm
Visit our Website for Events & Programs
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Pilgrim Congregational
United Church of Christ
You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
S_ Nursery Available
S . Ault Sunday School
9:30 am
SBible Study
wednesday 11am & 7pm
6315 Central Ave. * 727-347-1226
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"


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Wednesday 10:00 AM (Healing)
Kids Wanted
St. Vincent Pre-School
321-0563


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Wednesday Healing Eucharist 12 pm
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Patriotic Concert at
Park Place Wesleyan
Park Place Wesleyan Church,
4400 70 Avenue N. in Pinellas Park,
will present their patriotic musical
production "Our Homeland" on June
26 at 6 p.m., June 27 at 7 p.m. and
June 29 at 7:30 p.m. Call 727-526-
3674 or visit www.ppwc.org. Free
admission, nursery provided.

Come See What's
Cookin!
The First United Methodist Church
of Gulfport invites children and
adults to get cooking' at "Shake It
Up Caf6: Where Kids Carry Out
God's Recipe" Vacation Bible School.
Explore and experience recipes for
living out God's Word. The fun begins
Monday, June 27 and ends Friday,
July 1 from 6-8:30 p.m. at 2728
53 Street S. The recipe at our caf6
includes heaping helpings of Bible
fun and special servings of creative
crafts, hands on mission work, great
music and dinner! To be a part of all
the excitement at Shake It Up Caf6
call the church office at 321-3620 or
visit the church's website at www.
gulfportumc.org.


Come, explore and deepen faith with a
welcoming, inclusive, small congregation.

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Gabber June 23 - June 29, 2011


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Catholic Mass Schedule
Sunday Obligation: 4:30 pm Vigil, 8am,
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Growing Green at
the Casino Attracts
Other Local Leaders
By Cathy Salustri
What started out as a small local
event attracted close to 900 people
as well as other Pinellas and Florida
politicians. Saturday's Growing Green
event at the Gulfport Casino, the
brainchild of council woman Jennifer
Salmon and other local gardeners,
attracted an average of 125 people


every hour, according to city staff.
The event also attracted a Clearwater
council member, the Indian Rocks
Beach vice-mayor and Representative
Rick Kriseman.
I,\ .'~l- I.Ily was talking about
how they wanted to do this in their
own communities," Councilwoman
Salmon said. The event grew out of
the councilwoman's own passion for
environmentally sound landscaping.
It's a definite interest of mine to
promote this," she said "to get at the
issue of urban blight where people


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Since taking office the Ward Three
representative has taken an active
part in creating Gulfport Organic
Landscaping Days (GOLD); these
half-day events included seminars,
tours and workshops focused on
creating local organic gardens.
Out of these days grew Saturday's
Growing Greener event, which
brought together almost 40 vendors to
help Gulfportians learn about "green"
landscaping techniques. In keeping
with its policy to allow Gulfport
nonprofit groups one free use of city
buildings annually, the city donated
the use of the Casino (Growing
Greener represented both for-profit
and not-for-profit groups, according
to Councilwoman Salmon).
The free event included
demonstrations and information
sessions that helped arm attendees
with practical knowledge to allow
them to start their own gardens,
Councilwoman Salmon said.
Will this one time event become an
annual occurrence? Perhaps.
"There was a lot of talk that it should
be a regular event," the councilwoman
said Monday afternoon. She said that
if Growing Greener becomes an annual
event, she'd like to see it take place at
the start of one of Florida's growing
seasons, or when the weather was
more conducive to people to people
getting outside and gardening.
"A lot of people are excited, but it's
not the best time of year to start a
garden," she said.
Peaceful Plate and other Gulfport
groups also helped organize the
event.




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Adopt a Cat on Sunday
To accommodate busy shoppers
and pet lovers, Save Our Strays will
be at Petsmart at Largo Mall this
Sunday, June 26 from noon to 4 p.m.
A wide selection of adorable kittens
and friendly cats will be on hand for
adoption. All SOS felines are spayed/
neutered, current on their shots and
microchipped. Largo Mall is located
at Seminole Blvd. and Ulmerton
Road.


Anime Afternoons
at the Library
The Gulfport Public Library
Teen Summer Reading program
will have Anime Afternoons on
Fi'i.i'%-4 from 2 to 4 p.m., June
24 - August 12. Teens 12 and up
can watch anime and read manga.
Anime is animation that derives
from Japan. It is also called Manga
which is book form. Light snacks
and prizes will be given during
this summer program. Visit the
Gulfport Public Library at 5501
28th Ave. S. or call 727-893-1074
for more information.


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Gabber June 23 - June 29, 2011


Gleek Performs at American Stage
By Melissa Lattman


ST. PETERSBURG- Have you ever imagined being on the hit FOX TV show "Glee?" The
popularity of the musical comedy show led to the addition of Gleek Camp to the American
Stage Theatre Company summer camp program.
"A lot of students and teachers were interested in the show Glee and when (American Stage
Theatre Company) came up with camps, they thought of Glee," said Katie Castonguay, an
American Stage Education Teaching Artist.
Singing complex harmonies by morning and dancing through the choreography by
afternoon, 15 area teens learned five new songs in a week. The cast put the finishing
touches on their performance the second week. This Friday they will perform them at 6:30
p.m. in the Community Room at the theatre company's 163 Third Street N. location. The
choreography is by Domenic Bisesti and music is by Nick White.


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GULFPORT- Team "Beat It" posed for a group picture at Saturday's Gulfport
Little League Closing Day ceremonies. This season little league grew to eleven
teams from nine last year.


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We invite you to come visit Branthoover Center in the heart of St
Petersburg, the perfect location for your special day. Ceremonies can
be held outside by the lake under the oak trees and the 7,000 sq. ft
hall will host all of your friends and family. With features like a full
kitchen and bar, stage and sound system, you must see this facility.
Enjoy food, spirits, fantastic entertainment, floral and decor options.
All samples of the P-rvice� available tol you by the participating
vendors. We will have Caterers, Photographers, Cake Artists, rFonsts,
DJ's, Custom Invitations & Stationary providers, Rental Companies
and many more.

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, June 26, 2011.


Little League Closing Ceremony
By Melissa Lattman


Gabber June 23 -June 29, 201 I


Boys & Girls Clubs
Present Tribute to
Fallen Police Officers
After the community experienced
the loss of three of St. Petersburg's
finest, children from the community
are using the tragedy to spread
hope.
In honor of fallen St. Petersburg
police officers Jeffrey Yaslowitz,
Tom Baitinger and David Crawford,
the Boys & Girls Clubs of the
Suncoast (BGCS) has teamed up
with Big3Records, SubbZero
Entertainment, LLC and TASCO
to create the tribute song "Let's Get
Together." The song is available for
download on iTunes and serves as a
fundraiser for the officer's families.
The project was led by BGCS
Conservatory Artist-in-Residence
and national recording artist Alex
"LX" Harris after he discussed the
tragedy with Herbert A. Murphy,
Director for the Royal Theatre Boys
& Girls Clubs Arts Academy, and
60 students. The song is sung by
children from the BGCS.
Officers Yaslowitz, Baitinger,
and Crawford were killed in the
line of duty in January. The crime
occurred just blocks away from
where many BGCS children live.
The song is available for download
on iTunes for $0.99, and the video
can be downloaded for $1.99. All the
proceeds will go directly to helping
out the families of the fallen officers.

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Library offers Program
for Young Readers
The Gulfport Public Library is
excited to announce the Children's
Summer Reading program will
begin on Wednesday afternoons from
2 to 4 p.m., through August 10 for
elementary age group. The Theme is
"One World, Many Stories." Among
reading stories from all over the
world, children will have fun making
crafts and playing games. Visit the
Gulfport Public Library at 5501 28
Ave. S. or call 727-893-1074 for more
information.

Sizzling Summer Deal
in St. Pete Beach
The St. Pete Beach Community
Center and Aquatic Complex, located
at 7701 Boca Ciega Drive, is offering
a sizzling summer deal for the month
of July only. Starting Friday, July 1st
all Family, Adult, Senior and Child
yearly pool passes can be purchased
for 50% off, a savings of over $250
on some memberships. Yearly pool
passes make great gifts for Father's
Day or those recent grads. Give the
gift of unlimited access to the pool,
open seven days a week, and all
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Have you got a
question for your
9 city government?
Email your request to News@theGabber.com
By Melissa Lattman
City of St. Pete Beach: Comprehensive Plan
Q: How could re-adopting the community redevelopment plan effect
height in the large hotel district in St. Pete Beach?
A: City Manager Mike Bonfield said it depends on how much rebuilding is
done and the size of the lot. The maximum hotel height under the proposed
plan could expand hotel height to 12-stories or approximatelyl46 feet, if
the lot is three or more acres. Currently 50-feet is the maximum height for
hotels along Gulf Boulevard.
This is the same comprehensive plan the commission and voters approved
in 2008. Ajudge found the ballot summary language did not clearly explain
possible changes in height in the plan. Ballot summaries by state law are
limited to 75-words, which can make fitting key components in the summary
challenging. In March city voters returned comprehensive plan decisions
to the city commission. The state legislature earlier this month passed a
bill allowing the city commission to readopt the 2008 comprehensive plan
through the ordinance process. The commission scheduled the second and
final reading of the comprehensive plan for June 28.
To read the whole plan-- click on the comprehensive plan on the community
development page (under city departments) of the city's Web site www.
stpetebeach.org.




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Hands Across the Sand
On Saturday, June 25, thousands of
citizens, businesses andorganizations
across the nation will unite under
the banner of "Hands Across the
Sand" to demonstrate their objection
to offshore drilling and to call for a
renewable energy policy at the state
and federal levels. A St. Pete Beach
event will be held at the TradeWinds
Island Resorts. This event is open to
the public.
Join hands from noon to
12:15 p.m. Participants should plan
to arrive by 11:15 a.m. at TradeWinds
Island Grand on St. Pete Beach -
Beachfront, 5500 Gulf Boulevard,
St. Pete Beach. Additional locations
throughout the Tampa Bay area
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IAC Offers Two Glass
Blowing Scholarships
Two lucky students age 8-17 will win
$200 scholarships to the Industrial
Arts Center's Reality Glass Blowing
Boot Camp this summer. To enter,
students should write a 75-word
essay explaining why they would
like to learn glass blowing. Entries
should be sent via email to info@
industrialartscenter.org. Winners
will be announced July 1 at the
Gulfport Art Walk.
Reality Glass Blowing Boot Camp is
a series of workshops where kids will
explore every job and aspect of a real
glass blowing hot shop. Campers will
make solid and blown glass projects
with IAC instructors Elise & Caity
Pautler.
Glass Blowing boot camps are
scheduled July 11-15, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m., and August 8-12, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Each session is limited to eight
campers ages 8 to 17. Tuition is $250
for IAC members and $275 non-
members.
For more information or to register
call 727-289-9365 or visit the IAC
online at www.IndustrialArtsCenter.
org The Industrial Arts Center is
located at 2902 A Beach Blvd. S. in
the Gulfport Art Village Courtyard.






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On Saturday, June 18th, thanks to
volunteers, participants, the city of
Gulfport, and the local businesses the
First (Annual?) Growing Greener!
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with its healthy living market -place
was a great success! Approximately
700 community members enjoyed
inspiring seminars, awesome vegan/
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soil provided by Larson's and free
to participants who filled their own
buckets. The remainder was donated
to the Gulfport Community Garden.
They raised enough money to move
forward on their goal of establishing a
water harvesting model! This Sunday,
June 26th from 9 a.m. to noon at 5332
Gulfport Blvd. a water harvesting


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how to install and where to purchase
the system. The model system will
be set up at Annabelle Butterfly,
where Carol Ann has generously
agreed to teach visitors interested in
water harvesting about the system.
Come on out and continue Growing
Greener!
To find out more about the 1%
Growing Greener! Healthy Home,
Garden and Body Project, come to
their first study/action group that
will be meeting every two weeks
beginning Tuesday, June 28th.
They look forward to helping the
city become a garden and aim to see
70 more fruit trees sponsored and
planted.
For more information visit www.
peacefulplate.org or call 541-227-
6655.

Help out the
Christmas Toy Shop
The Christmas Toy Shop Project,
Inc., is continuing the celebration
of its 90th year collecting and
distributing toys to needy children.
As part of their 90th Anniversary
celebration, they are hosting a
"Christmas in July" toy drive. You
may participate in their celebration
through donations or sponsorship.
Donations of new or gently used
toys may be dropped off at several
convenient locations throughout
the area, as many local businesses
are supporting their efforts. This
celebration is also opportunity for
local civic and social groups and clubs
to sponsor a great local non-profit in
our community.
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Pay Down or Save?
Dear Mary: My husband is receiving
a bonus from his work, and he would
like to use it to pay down our debt. I
want to save it. We have already cut
our debt by more than half, and if
we stick to my plan we will have our
debt paid off within the next year. If
we use this bonus to pay down debt,
we can pay everything off in the next
six months and start saving money
at that point. What do you think we
should do? -- Tanya, California
Dear Tanya: I am going to assume
that you do not have your Contingency
Fund in place, with enough money in
it to pay all of your bills for six months
without any income. Your Contingency
Fund is for emergencies. Having a
fully funded Contingency Fund is
more important than paying down
debt -- and you know how important
paying down debt is to me!
Here's why: Let's say you use that
bonus to pay down the debt. Two
months from now, life hits you with
a mighty blow. The same day your
air conditioning and heating system
blows up, you are in an auto accident
that's your fault. Even if you have
insurance, you will need money, and
you'll need it in a big hurry. What
will you do? Run to your credit cards?
Call your relatives? You'll be facing
financial trauma on top of everything
else!
Let's say you put that bonus into
your Contingency Fund and continue
to pay down your debt, according to
your current plan. A year goes by.
Your debts will be paid, and you'll
have money in the bank. If during
that time something happened and
you had to use your CF, your debts
will still be paid.
My advice: Treat that bonus as
income. Give away 10 percent, and
then use the balance to jumpstart
your Contingency Fund.
Dear Mary: My husband and I both
went through difficult first marriages
with partners who wanted out. We
each got custody of our children, but
both marriages ended in bankruptcy.
This all happened over 30 years ago.
We've been married to each other for
almost 25 years. Would there be any
record of that old debt now? -- Kath,

Gabber June 23 - June 29, 2011


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Dear Kath: In the U.S., a bankruptcy
filing never goes away. It becomes
a matter of public record just like
records of birth, marriage, divorce
and death.
In most cases, a personal bankruptcy
can only be reported to a person's


credit file for 10 years. Since your
filings were so long ago, under most
circumstances I bet they don't appear
on your individual credit reports.
As you apply for a mortgage or other
type of loan, the application will
include this question: "Have you ever
filed for bankruptcy?" Even though it
may not show up on your credit report,
you must respond "Yes" so as to not
submit a fraudulent application. The
lender could easily check through the
court system. This will be the case for
the rest of your lives.


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Association is collecting donations of
non-perishable food, toiletries and
personal needs to be distributed to
the Gulfport Senior Center Pantry.
Bring your donations to the Gulfport
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jewelry and much more. Many other
unique items are available from
over 40 vendors. A variety of local
artists and crafters offer their wares.
Live music is featured during each
market. The village in which the
Market takes place includes a variety
of independent shops, boutiques
and restaurants, all within walking
distance. For more information,
contact Daniel Hodge at 727-
366-4086 or email dan@igc.org.

Arts & Crafts Mondays
The Garden Club of St. Petersburg,
at the corner of Park Street and
5th Ave. S. offers a series of Arts &
Crafts Mondays for members and
the general public. Each class is
from 10-12 at the club building with
supply fees of $3.50 for members and
$4.50 for non-members. "Talent is
not a requirement, but enthusiasm
is" says director, Susan Cooper. She
encourages participants to have
scissors, pencils and a couple of small
paint brushes but will share their
supplies as well.
The schedule for the summer is:
* 6/27 Stretch band beaded
bracelets-multiple colors, fits anyone
* 7/4 Holiday-closed
* 7/11 Turning your old and broken
jewelry into something new
* 7/18 Bowling Ball Ladybug or
Hard Hat Turtle-art for your garden.
They are still looking for hats and old
bowling balls
* 7/25 Painting Wine Glasses or
making Wonderful Glass Magnets-
your choice!
Join them for a fun opportunity to
learn a new skill and enjoy some good
company. Supplies they are looking
for this summer are embroidery
thread, yarn, buttons, paintbrushes,
beads, scissors and tin snips, and
stickers that do not have to be rubbed
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16 Dickens' title starter
17 Eventually, to
Jack Tar?
20 Spheres
21 minute!:
hold up!
22 Eremite
23 Sound of relief
25_ up: enjoy greatly
28 United's rival
29 Dragged to court
30 Sioux Nation unit
32 bleu!
34 Self-pitying one
35 Western Stetson,
to Jack Tar?
38 Oust from office
39 Cloys
40 Dark red colors
41 Mug for a Minolta
42 Surpass
45 RR stop
46 Psycho, to
The Bard


47 Ballerina Shearer
49 Pens an ode about
52 Round up and pen
53 Come from behind,
to Jack Tar?
57 Helena's rival
58 Get !:
quit joking!
59 Light bulb, in toons
60 Conjecture
61 Cheerleader's forte
62 Tracy, nee Trueheart

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2 Real estate term
3 Parthenon sculpture
4 "Lorna
5 Southern, et al.
6 Marvin
7 Anvil's site
8 Shone
9 Limp-clock painter
10 Coup d'_
11 Santa :island
of song
12 It may take some
hops
13 -de-lance
18 Scull
19 Kind of recruit


23 Knits partner
24On the : close
behind
26 Help a hood
27 For each
29 Fitzgerald's forte
30 down: slacken
31 61 Across
components
32 Dirk
33 It's : awesome
34 Speck
35 T-bolt's kin
36 Increase
37 The : Orient
38 Bull periods
41 Danish
42 Spate of words
43 Mass-ive robes?
44 See 3 Down
46 WWII hero
47 Swab
48 Celestial ellipse
50 Tar's affirmatives
51 Luau music
makers
52 Pick over
53 Take down a
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GULFPORT- Horses
emerged from scraps of
metal as children learned
the basic of sculpting
Monday afternoon at
the Industrial Arts
Center. Special guest
artist, James Oleson
Jr., encouraged and
helped develop their
creativity in the week
long "Art Experience
for Kids." The classes
included sculpting,
collage, painting and
drawing. Oleson makes
art from various objects
he finds discarded in the
environment. Some of his
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The children in the Gulfport Rec
Summer Program are "Going Green"
and want to reuse your old household
items to turn into art projects. Some
of the things they are looking for
are: plastic and glass jars-preferably
with lids, 20 oz. sport drink bottles,
colored paper or plastic plates,
Kleenex boxes, unused plastic straws
and aluminum pie pans. They also
are looking for any crafting supplies
such as yarn, knitting needles,
crochet hooks, candles, stickers, shoe
laces, unused scrapbooking supplies
and sewing supplies. Please make
sure all of these items have been
cleaned out prior to donation. Drop
donations at 5730 Shore Boulevard
S. in Gulfport.

Gulfport Rec
Summer Program
Ongoing registrations continue
for the 2011 Summer Program
for children who have completed
Kindergarten thru age 14. Hours for
registration are Monday - Friday,
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.. Annual registration
fees are $15 for residents and $100 for
non-residents. The 8-week program
(June 20 - August 12) cost is $250 for
residents and $504 for non-residents,
which does not include field trips Post
camp (August 15-19) cost is $70 for
the week, which includes field trips.
Post camp is limited to 60 Gulfport
residents only. Summer camp hours
are from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. with
extended hours available until
6 p.m. for an extra charge. Detailed
pricing is currently available
at the Recreation Center, 5730
Shore Blvd. S. or on-line at www.
mygulfport.us and follow the links:
City Departments, Leisure Services,
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Sunday Brunch &
Browse on Corey
Join the Corey merchants every
Sunday in June for a "Brunch 'n
Browse" and June Tunes. Live
musical performers from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. to entertain you while you
stroll Corey Avenue. Dining with
breakfast and brunch specials,
shopping, movies and free parking.
Located just off Gulf Blvd. in St. Pete
Beach. Call 727-498-8778 or www.
coreyave.com.

Kids' Archery Camps
this Summer
ST. PETE BEACH- This summer,
Coach Dan McKaeg will be offering
two different Kids' Archery Camps at
the St. Pete Beach Community and
Aquatic Center, 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive. Students age 8 to 15 will learn
the proper techniques of archery
while shooting at targets, balloons,
and other objects and have fun while
doing it! Camp is offered the week of
July 18th; times vary depending on
age. Each week-long camp costs just
$45 per student, materials included.
To register your child for this exciting
camp, contact Coach Dan McKaeg at
727-536-6207.

Swim Lessons
Focus on Safety
ST. PETE BEACH- The St. Pete
Beach Community Center and
Aquatic Complex will be offering
Parent-Child Swim Lessons this
spring and summer for children
ages six months to three years. The
classes emphasize water adjustment,
parenting skills and water safety,
with special attention given to
the varying development stages of
this age group. Goals for this class
include the child's enjoyment and
adjustment in and around the water
while instructing parents how to
assist in the development of their
children's future swimming skills.
Classes are held at the St. Pete Beach
Aquatic Complex, 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive, Monday through Thursday for
two consecutive weeks with morning
or evening class times available.
Lessons are $35 for St. Pete Beach
residents and $40 for non-residents.
Call 727-363-9264.

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a fundraiser for summer
camp. People also browsed
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Golf Cars, from front page
* They can only operate on roads with
speed limits of 35 miles per hour or
less, although they may cross roads
with higher speed limits as long as
they do so at an intersection.
*The owner must register and
insure the cart
* The driver must have a valid
driver's license
At the behest of Gulfport resident
Bonnie Bray, a resident who invested
in Jim Greenwald's golf cart business,
councilwoman Jennifer Salmon
brought the golf cart issue before
council once again. Council heard the
first reading of a city- specific golf cart
ordinance Tuesday night.
Gulfport city staff drafted an
ordinance (see this week's related
article about the council meeting to
find out how councilmembers voted)
that offers Gulfport drivers a more
relaxed version of state laws. If
this ordinance passes, Gulfport will
allow golf carts under the following
conditions:
* Golf carts may not operate on 15th
Avenue, 22nd Avenue, 58th Street,
49th Street, Royal Palm, and any
streets shared with county or St.
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* The city will not license the carts
*The city will not require the golf
carts to have a license plate
* They will not require headlamps,
stop lamps, turn signal lamps,
taillamps, reflex reflectors,
parking brakes, rearview mirrors,
windshields, seat belts, but drivers
may not operate golf cars without
such safety equipment between
sunset and sunrise.
* Golf carts will not have to have
vehicle identification numbers but
they will have to have a unique
identifier
"It's not different" than the state
law, city manager Jim O'Reilly said,
adding that the state ordinance allows
the city to allow the golf carts.
Gulfport police chief Rob Vincent
expressed hesitation about the
proposed ordinance. He said he
wanted a traffic study to comply with
state law that says the city must
make a determination that it's safe
to operate golf carts on city roads.
"I would feel much more comfortable
with that," he said, but adds that he
was unsure what the city's drivers
gained with the ordinance presented
Tuesday night.
"If you have to buy all this safety
equipment and you have to insure
it, the only thing you're saving is the
registration, and the registration on
one of these things is $40 a year. For
$40 a year we could not have to go
through all this," Chief Vincent said,
adding that while he has serious
safety concerns including those about
safety equipment not complying with
state statutes, he and his officers
would not hesitate to follow the will
of the council
"If the council's wish is that we do
this, my department will be 100%
behind it," he promised.

Golf Carts Will Not
Cruise City Streets
With a three-to-two vote, city council
voted against allowing golf carts on
city streets.
"I still am uncomfortable," Vice-
Mayor David Hastings, who said he
didn't like the language that indicated
the city determined it would be safe
for golf carts to operate on streets
when he, as a member of council, did
not know that. City attorney said
that without the language the state
would not allow the city to pass the


ordinance.
Chief of Police Rob Vincent said he
agreedwith the Vice-Mayor's concerns
on this point. He also expressed
concern over not mandating seat
belts as well as inspection issues.
Councilman Sam Henderson also
expressed concern over inspection
issues.
"Let me clarify: If we do this, I
absolutely want to be involved
somehow that these vehicles are
checked out... but actually doing
that is going to be a complicated
process," Chief Vincent told him.
Mayor Mike Yakes said "it would not
be my pleasure" to burden the police
department, although he favored the
idea of golf carts.
"How would you be able to cite
somebody for a DUI in a golf cart?"
Councilwoman Barbara Banno
asked. Chief Vincent said that his
officers could cite them the same as a
DUI involving any other vehicle.
"If we're going to require all of the
equipment... except for seatbelts,
which I think we would be remiss...
then it's almost a low-speed vehicle,"
Vice-Mayor Hastings said "The
point is, if we're requiring all this
equipment, why do we need to put all
of these regulations in there about
licensing and inspections? Let's just
go the one step and say 'we don't
need to do anything; the statute is
already hi .--'.
Councilman Henderson agreed.
Councilman Salmon asked the
Chief to speak about his father-
in-law's his experience with the
difference in pricing between a
vehicle manufactured as a low-speed
vehicle and one that is converted into
a low-speed vehicle.
"For some reason - I have no idea
why - it seems insurers charge" more
for the low-speed vehicle. "In order to
get a low-speed vehicle registered, it
has to be inspected" the chief said,
adding that the closest facility was in
east Tampa.
"By somebody who's qualified to do
that," the Vice Mayor said.
"Yes," the chief agreed. Before he
took his seat he assured council,
"You tell me what to do and I'll make
it work."
Those on council who voted no cited
safety concerns as the chief reason
for their vote.











titfloroscope Guide


By Holiday Mathis
CANCER (June 22-July 22). There
are "givers," and there are "takers."
Here's how you know that you're a
"giver." When you don't know what
else to do, you just give. This week,
you'll unselfishly help humanity by
building up the people around you in
any way you can. It mostly happens
in small gestures that mean more
than you realize at the time.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Maybe
you're feeling older and more mature
-- perhaps even a bit jaded and tired.
That's why it's important to nudge
your inner child awake. Call the
friends, play the games and read
the books of your youth. Conjure the
innocence inside you. The magic is all
around you. You just have to believe
it's there.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Think
of cut flowers on their second day
in the vase: They may look just as
pretty as they did on the first day,
but they don't smell nearly as nice.
You're lucky when you make an
effort to be fresh in every aspect
of your presentation, including
your appearance, the work you do
and what you talk about.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You've
planned out a certain goal several
times, and each time it didn't pan
out. It's not the goal but the method
of planning that is flawed. It's likely
that your plan doesn't accurately
account for the resources of your
current reality. Maybe a more creative
approach is needed. Consider talking
it out with a good friend.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You,
like most people, would prefer that
everyone, or at least a majority of
the people, like and approve of you.
However, this preference waxes
and wanes throughout the week.
For instance, midweek it will be
far more important to you that you
do what's right for you, even if it
means displeasing the group.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.


21). You have no problem pointing
out when someone's expectation is
unrealistic -- except when the person
in question is a child. Children make
you wonder if the world might be
a better place if we imposed a few
more unrealistic expectations on it.
It's one way to come up with a better
tomorrow.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
Ever wonder why people seem to
expect more from you than they do
from the others? Every time you
make a miracle happen, you set the
bar higher for the next time. It's
something to think about as you
wave your magic wand over (i.e., put
your blood, sweat and tears into) this
week's projects.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Some
find it odd that you are better able to
accept criticism than praise. They do
not yet understand how complicated
you can be, and the puzzle has them
fascinated. You'll get more practice
with compliments this week, so try
to become more comfortable with and
accepting of the glowing aspects of
who you are.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20).
Though rainbow chasing can be a
lovely pastime, don't chase those
that promise effortless, fast results
for the low, low price of (insert
high, high price). Also dangerous:
rainbows that involve an ongoing
financial obligation. Bottom line:
You shouldn't have to shell out much
money to follow your dreams.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). You're
self-assured until a certain someone
comes around, and you become
tongue tied and childlike. Perhaps
you see this person as an unfriendly
authority figure. Hang in there.
Something will happen midweek
to change this perception and get
you back to your usual high level of
confidence.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You
will grow in power as you change
self-defeating behaviors. Of course,


you first have to recognize which
behaviors fit the bill. For instance,
you may be ignoring instruction
or half-listening when your full
attention is required. You'll make
an exciting leap forward once you
identify the problem and nip it in the
bud.
GEMINI (11.ny 21-June 21). Most
people are reluctant to give honest
feedback, but not you. You have a way
of being truthful and charming at the
same time. So when you communicate,
the truth does not, in fact, "hurt," as
the saying suggests. It heals. You'll
give the gift of constructive criticism,
and you'll change someone's life for
the better.
This Week's Birthdays: In many
respects, you are fearless and will
take risks others wouldn't dare touch.
Because of this, you enjoy a reward
that only goes to an elite few. In
July, you will finally forgive someone
for the past and instantly gain new
vitality and excitement for life. You
give your best to a professional
endeavor in August. A coincidence
leads you to meet a special someone
in September. Your environment
reflects the effort you put into
family and personal development in
November.



Music at Gulfport
Beach Pavilion
As of Monday, June 20th, the
Beach Pavilion #6 will be closed
for repair. Keep watching this
space for further news. Any ques-
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Gabber June 23 -June 29, 2011


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Celebrate Summer
at the IAC
Kids and adults are invited to
celebrate summer at the Industrial
Arts Center.
Adults can attend Found Metal
Sculpture with James Oleson, Jr. on
Sunday, June 26, 12:30-6:30 p.m.
Blow Your Own Glass Masterpiece is
available at Art Walks twice monthly
and during other special events at the
non-profit 3-D arts teaching facility
located in the Gulfport Art Village
Courtyard, 2902 A Beach Boulevard
South. From 6-10 pm, kids age 5 to
85 have an opportunity to work with
one of the IAC's experienced glass
blowers to create a one-of-a-kind
glass masterpiece. The 7-course glass
blowing menu includes everything
from paperweights and vases to
drinking glasses and decorative
bowls.
Reality Glass Blowing Boot Camp
is scheduled for July 11-15 with
instructors Elise and Caity Pautler.
Kids will explore every job and aspect
of a real glass blowing hot shop.
Campers will make solid and blown
glass projects all with colors of their
own choosing. The Glass Blowing
Boot Camp for kids is limited to 8
campers per session, ages 8-17. Camp
is also scheduled and August 8-12.
For information about any of these
classes, or to schedule your own glass
blowing event, call the Industrial Arts
Center at 727-289-9365. Registration
is also available online at www.
IndustrialArtsCenter.org.


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Buskers Welcome!
Buskers and street performers are
always welcome at Corey Sunset
Celebration and Gulfport Art Walk!
Buskers may work for hat, at no
charge to set up. Choose your own
location. Art Walk Takes place on
the first Friday and third Saturday
every month, from 6-10 p.m., and the
Corey Sunset Celebration takes place
on the second and fourth Friday each
month, from 6-10 p.m. Please call
727-322-5217 to register.

We need your Stuff!
Sophie's Attic Thrift Store would
love to help you rid your closets,
cabinets and garage of unused items.
Think of all the extra space you will
have for new stuff, plus their store
needs donations desperately.
Donations are accepted at the church
office Monday through Friday from
9 a.m. to noon at 2728 53rd St. S.
or call the church office at 321-3620
for pack up or pick up of donations.
Thrift store hours are Friday and
Saturday from 9-12 for shopping and
donations.
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Gulfport City Council Meeting


Public Comment


& Council Quotes

"I just wanted to give this to Jim. It is a replica of the last snipe
sign that was in Gulfport," -Margarete Tober, who recognized a group
of people who called the numbers on illegal signs and told the people who
answered the phone that the signs were illegal.
You can believe what you read in here or you can come down and
see it and smell it like we do," -Al Davis, about a recent Gabber article
quoting the Southwest Florida Water Management District about the
progress of work in Clam Bayou

"When the sale ends, get it off the street. The problem is, how do we
get it off the street? It may not be for sale, but it's left in the front
yard, which turns it into a code enforcement issue," -City manager
Jim O'Reilly, about post-yard sale debris left in front yards, not at the
curb.
"You can be more restrictive if you so choose. The statute allows
drivers 14 and older; we've put in that (you must have) a driver's
license," -City attorney Andy Salzman, about the proposed golf cart
ordinance.
"I'm wondering how many members of this council have ap-
proached, called anybody who has similar ordinances? I think it
would be beneficial before the final vote... to find out how it's work-
ing in other places," -Cindy Davis, about the state golf cart ordinance.

"I have previously voiced support for the golf cart ordinance...
however, I'm not real sure what we're talking about... The issues
that were raised the first time around...the term 'street-legal'
sticks in my mind as something that sticks in my mind as a rea-
sonable thing to do... I don't want to see the city open itself up to
something that is impossible to enforce...If you resolve street legal,
I'm for it. If it's not street legal, I'm not," -Al Davis, who pressed the
city to talk about the difference between street-legal vehicles and golf
carts.
"I don't believe the golf cart is going to be as popular as the mus-
tang," Mayor Mike Yakes, about the proposed golf cart ordinance.
"Is there a way we could collapse old, new and council reports into
one?" -Vice Mayor David Hastings. City attorney Andy Salzman said yes.

"I still think there's room for improvement and I would like to
workshop code enforcement," -Vice Mayor David Hastings, who took
two outings with different groups to look at litter and outdoor code issues
in Gulfport.
"Each day I live in Gulfport I am part of the positive It's difficult
to sustain the clamor of the negative. My message is 'Go forward
and conquer my Gulfport friends and colleagues and just ignore
the barnacles,"-Lori Rosso, Chamber of Commerce President, to
Gulfport council last night


Gabber June 23 - June 29, 2011






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.
June program includes: "Weather"
June 28.


July's program includes: "Your
Boat's Radio" July 5, "Which Boat
is for You" July 12, "Equipment for
Your Boat" July 19, and W.il.-..,\\ .
Watch/Trailering Your Boat" July
26.
Includes new 400-pages of materials.
Call Jim at 360-4846, Warren at 321-
7801, or Phil at 865-2226.

Tangerine Blues Fest
Volunteers Needed
Want to get in early on a great
volunteer opportunity? So49 (49th


Street South Business Association)
is recruiting volunteers for the
upcoming 4th Annual Tangerine
Blues Fest. Volunteers will receive
an orientation before the September
24 event and opportunities include,
but are not limited to; entrance
monitoring, parking, beer truck and
ticket booth. This year promises to
be bigger and better than last year
and will again benefit All Children's
Hospital of St. Pete. Volunteer
opportunities will be in a variety of
areas so get your spot now! Contact
Walt Dill at so49web@aol.com or you
can call him at 727-515-4941.
Currently So49 is actively working
on the Community Garden, an Artist
Studio Tour and a Car Show (to
benefit the Fallen Officers Fund and
the Gulfport Teen Council).
So49 meets the second Wednesday
of each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Neighborhood Center at 1617
49 Street S. in Gulfport. For
more information, visit http://
so49.org or email to So49web@
aol.com or call Walt Dill at 727-
515-4941 or Jeri Reed at 727-
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The Polish American Society, 1343
Beach Drive S.E. next to the Coast
Guard Commissary in St. Petersburg
is having a dance on Sunday, June 26
from 4-7 p.m. The Polka Generation
will be playing for your listening
and dancing pleasure. Food will be
available. Visit www.polishsociety.
org. For hall rental information, call
Randy at 727-525-8255.

Openings for Artists
and Crafters
The Gulfport Merchants Association's
Art Walk has new openings for artists
and crafters. The twice a month Art
Walk is a fantastic opportunity to
have your work seen and purchased
by hundreds of Tampa Bay locals as
well as visitors from outside the area.
Gulfport Art Walk takes place year-
round along Beach Blvd. on the First
Friday and Third Saturday of every
month from 6-10 p.m. Exhibitors with
handmade and personal creations are
welcomed to submit an application
now. Buskers and street performers
are also welcomed to apply. There
are a limited number of openings
available for those who would like
to be considered. Submitting an
application does not guarantee
acceptance. Photos required. Venue
address: 3007 Beach Blvd. S.,
Gulfport, FL 33707. Please visit
www.SIKPromotions.com>Vendor
Info>Gulfport Art Walk to apply
and for additional show information
or contact SIK Promotions at 727-
322-5217.

Food Program fills
Summer Needs
Pinellas County Health and
Human Services will sponsor
the 2011 Summer Food Service
Program for children at recreation
and community centers, school sites,
churches and day camps throughout
Pinellas County. The program will
operate June 14 through Aug. 9.
The Summer Food Service
Program is a federally funded
initiative operated nationwide by
the U.S. Department of Agriculture
and administered statewide by the
Florida Department of Education.
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The program provides nutritionally
balanced meals to children during
summer vacation when school is not
in session. The meals are provided
free at eligible sites to all children 18
years of age and younger. Program
sponsors are reimbursed for meals
served at approved sites in low-
income areas.
For more information about the
Summer Food Service Program and
a listing of sites open this summer,
call Carol McKinney at 727-464-
8439, or visit www.pinellascounty.
org/hhs.


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than 3,500 dependent children in
Pinellas and Pasco counties due to
child abuse, neglect or abandonment.
Many of them need loving foster
parents. For more information on
becoming a foster parent, please call
Eckerd Community Alternatives
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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- Tues., 6-9 p.m. Annual
reg. $2 res./$6 non-resident
PROGRAMS
TEEN NIGHT - Teens, age's middle
school to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9
p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$4 non-res.

2011 SUMMER PROGRAM- Ongo-
ing Resident Registration continues
from 9 a.m. -5 p.m. for the 2011 Sum-
mer Recreation Program for children
who have completed Kindergarten
thru age 14. Proof of residency is re-
quired for registration. Hours of reg-
istration for Mn 1.ly.i-Fi-ii.i i are from
9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. You can pick up
your packet at the Rec. Center or
log on to HYPERLINK "http://www.
mygulfport.us" www.mygulfport.us
and follow the links to City Depart-
ments, Leisure Services, Rec Center.
For more information call 893-1068.


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

CLASSES - Call instructor for
more information.
* Body Sculpt - Call Billie at 239-313-
0876.
* Cardio Kickboxing - Call Billie at
239-313-0876.
* Fencing - Wed., 5:30 p.m. Call Jim
Campoli at 813-855-3112.
* Energy Dance - Call Livia at 727-
501-6915.
* Gymnastics-Call Barbara at 804-
9400.
* Karate - Mon. & Thurs., 6:30 p.m.
Call Diane at 459-1399.
* Tai Chi -MOVED TO SCOUT HALL.
Tues. & Thurs., 9-10:15 a.m. Call
Marge at 345-6708.
* Tennis - Tues., 5 p.m. & 6 p.m. Call
Jack at 280-4276.
* Watercolor with Patsi -Returns in
the fall. Call Patsi at 501-3559.
* Yoga in the A. M. - MOVES TO
THE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER on
Wed., 6/29 from 9-10 a.m. Call Valerie


at 557-4258.
* Yoga-Wed., 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Call Ta-
mara at 512-2763.
* Yoga - Call Valerie at 557-4258.
* Zumba- MOVES TO THE NEIGH-
BORHOOD CENTER on Wed., 6/29
from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Call Valerie at
557-4258.

TOMLINSON SKATE PARK
The City of Gulfport will now allow
bicycles on the Tomlinson Lake Skate
Park on SUNDAYS only for a trial pe-
riod.
Effective October 1st, all skaters/
bicyclists MUST purchase a new City
of Gulfport Skate Park sticker to use
the City of Gulfport's Tomlinson Lake
Skate Park. Stickers MUST be visibly
placed on the helmet. Annual fee for
stickers is $5 for residents and $10
for non-residents. Also, all skaters/
bicyclists 17 years of age or younger
MUST have a signed parental consent
form filed at the Gulfport Recreation
Center. Availability to register: Mon-
day - F,-il.LY, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.


Gulfport Library


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


Gulfport Creative Short Story
Writers: Wednesdays at 10:00 am.

One-on-One Computer Instruc-
tion: Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:30
am-1:00 pm. First come, first served.

Free Thinkers Open AA (Twelve
Step) Meeting: Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45
pm. FMI: Call 727-323-7660.

Summer Children's Programs:
Wednesday at 2:00 pm, through Au-
gust 10th.

Anime Afternoons for Teens: Fri-
days at 2:00 pm, through August 19.
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"The Power of Now!": A free 8-week
seminar/discussion presented by Ted
Leitho. Saturday at 10:00 am-Noon,
July 9-August 27. FMI, call: 727-623-
9532.

Scrapbookers Club for Teens &
Adults: Saturday, July 9, 1:00 pm.
Make beautiful pages of memories.

Crafts for All Ages, with Pat Brin-
kley. Celebrate the release of "Harry
Potter & the Deathly Hallows (pt. 2),"
as well as animals of Africa and Antac-
tica. Saturday, July 9, 1:30 pm.

"Neighborhood Office Hours" with


County Commissioner Ken Welsh:
Wednesday, July 20, 4:00-7:00 pm.
Free and open to the Public.

Coffee/Talk Book Club: Thursday,
July 21, 10:00 am. Discussion of The
Last Time I Saw You, by Elizabeth
Berg. Books & discussion guides avail-
able at the Reference Desk.

Open Monday-Friday: 10am-7pm
& Saturday: 10 am-4 pm
All meetings and programs are free
and open to the public
PROGRAMS AND DATES ARE
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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Senior Center 550 27th Ave. So. 893-1231


SPECIAL EVENTS

AARP Driving Class: Take
AARP driving classes and possibly
reduce your insurance premiums.
Classes are normally held on the
first two Tuesdays of every month
at 12:45pm but July classes will
be held on July 12 & 19. Must
attend both days. Call 368-3199
for registration and fee info.


of the Magnifying Products for the
visually impaired and legally blind.
The presentation will be offered
on Fri. July 22 at 11am courtesy of
Lighthouse of Pinellas. Please share
this info with your visually impaired
neighbors and friends.

Free Eve Screenings - Mon. July
29 at 10am to 1pm courtesy of Eye
Institute of West St. Petersburg.


SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS SPECIAL SERVICES


Senior Trips: Come join us
for some fun trips: July 7: Hard
Rock Casino, $20 and includes
$5 food voucher & $15 free play;
July 10: Hard Rock Casino, $20
($10 for Brunch Buffet); July
21: Last of the Red Hot Lovers
(comedy) $63; July 26: Marina
Jack's Sightseeing Lunch Cruise:
$59; July 19, Seminole Brighton
Casino: $119.99 and includes
overnight andfood/game vouchers.
Call the Senior Center or Carolyn
at 347-0806 for more details.

Chair Yoga: - Mon. at 10:30am
at the Senior Center

Hawaiian Luau: Mark your
calendar now for Wed. July 27
at 1:30pm for our Hawaiian
Luau. Be thinking of what you
will wear for our Best Hawaiian
Shirt Contest and a Hula Contest.
Should be great fun! Includes
entertainment and refreshments.
Tickets: $3.00 in advance; $5 at
the door, if available.

Overview of Services for
Visually Impaired: Come and
listen to a presentation about the
services and support available
to meet the needs of those who
are visually impaired or blind.
Learn about the comprehensive
vision rehabilitation services
offered to individuals of all ages
in the home, at the agency and
in the community. Discover some
Gabber June 23 - June 29, 2011


Free Legal Assistance: Community
Law Program offers free legal
assistance for seniors 60+ every 3rd
Fri. (June 17) at 9:30am. Must meet
income criteria. Call for more info.

Phones for Hearing Impaired: Do
you find it difficult hearing on the
phone? Deaf & Services Connection
will be offering free phones for the
hearing impaired on Tues. July 19 at
9:30am. Call 399-9983 for eligibility
information.

Support Groups
Diabetic Support Group on
Monday at 10am
Visually Impaired Support
Group, 2nd & 4th Mon. at 2pm.
Caregivers: Every Wed. at 2pm

Telephone Reassurance: Are you
a Gulfport resident who lives alone?
Would you like to receive a friendly
phone call each morning between
7:30-8:30am? It's a free service and a
great safety measure! Call the Senior
Center for more info.

Transportation Service: If you
are limiting your driving to just the
immediate area, consider calling
GEMS when your travel needs
take you beyond your comfort
level. GEMS is a door-to-door
transportation service available for
Gulfport residents 55 and up. Fees:
$50/year and $1 each one way ride.
Call 893-2242 for more info.


Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-1070
Faith Cathedral International Church:
9:30am, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays;
4th Sunday Bible Study
Overeaters Anonymous: Sun. 6:15-8:15pm



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THE MELLOTONE'S BAND
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Sun., June 26, 6-10pm, $7

USA BALLROOM DANCE
Mon., June 27, 7-10:15pm
$5 Members, $7 Non-members

WEEKLY DANCES
Every Tuesday
Ballroom Lessons 12-3pm, $7
12-1pm 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
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7-8pm East Coast Swing lesson
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Thursday, June 30
Salsa Dance
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a 0omet ia' on my mind
ab By Bill Northrop B_Northrop@theGabber.com


Why the Economy
Crashed
If you're looking for someone to
blame for the drawn out recession
(often more accurately called a
Depression) that we're experiencing,
a good read is a book called, "Reckless
Endangerment". I write, "good
read", with reservations. Frankly,
it's difficult to continue reading a
book when you know that it ends in
financial disaster that could have
been prevented.
The book is written by Gretchen
Morgenson and Joshua Rosner, the
former a columnist and business
writer for The New York Times. They
target two government sponsored
enterprises (GSE), the Federal
National Mortgage Association
(Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home
Mortgage Corporation ( Freddie
Mac). Both were set up to make it
easier for lower and middle income
families to own their homes. Fannie
Mae was established in 1938.
It's a tale of good intentions gone
bad aided by greedy and corrupt and
inept politicians, investment bankers,
bankers and businessmen. It's not a
tale of incompetent and mindless
bureaucrats handing out favors. In
fact, the bureaucratic operatives



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warning only to be threatened and
warned off by the so-called elite
leaders.
It's a tale of the perfect storm:
ideology, greed, corruption and power
coming together to bring, nearly to
its knees, the world's wealthiest and
most powerful nation. It is not a story
of the failure OF regulations, but
the failure TO regulate compounded
by a deliberate lowering of lending
standards.
As the "everyone gets a home game"
became more and more profitable,
financially and politically, forces
colluded to reduce the amount
of money financial institutions,
including Fannie and Freddie, had to
put aside to cover bad loans, defaults
and so forth. Simultaneously, they
also reduced the standards for
approving loans.
Fannie Mae bought up almost all
the loans that banks and mortgage
brokers could scarf up. Their
executives got bonuses based on
volume. Everyone got a home. All the
risk was dissipated so no one (except
the homeowner and taxpayer) was at
risk. Everyone got rich. Home prices
shot up bringing more people into
the market. Homeowners borrowed
against their equity, buyers



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speculated on multiple homes. And,
as we know now, it was a bubble with
nothing but air in the balloon.
The losses to individuals were
(and still are) huge. The poor, put
into homes they couldn't afford, got
poorer. Those just incidentally in
the market got smashed. Taxpayers
will, in the long run, be on the hook
for as much as $1,000,000,000,000
and that's just for Fannie Mae and
Freddie. Another trillion was spent
rescuing banks and investment
houses and car companies.
Everyone got poorer except those in
charge. Politicians,likeBarneyFrank,
a long time supporter of Fannie,
survived. Brilliant (particularly in
his own mind) Alan Greenspan, head
of the federal reserve bank, who
knew what was happening but stood
aside, retained his reputation. Other
players moved on into the Obama
administration - Larry Summers,
for instance. Economic gurus whom
we seem to blindly follow continue in
positions of power and influence. The
book provides the names.
Politically, there is plenty of blame,
too. As noted, these programs to
spur more home ownership go back
several decades. It was a good cause
corrupted gradually by excessive
political zeal and then pure greed.
The administration of George H. W.
Bush helped it along. The Clinton
administration gave the first big
boost. The Republican legislature in
the latter part of the 1990s saw the
problem, but backed off. The G. W.
Bush administration took a shot at
Fannie and Freddie, but didn't push
hard enough. Politically, you don't
take away free rides from the voters.
It was, in one perspective, the closest
to a socialized (but quasi-government
driven) housing program we've had.
It was unsustainable and it certainly
hasn't been free except for those who
were responsible for it.

What's on your mind?
Email your opinion to:
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Gabber June 23 -June 29, 2011






Boating Safety
Classes in Gulfport
USCG Auxiliary Flotilla 7-16 is
located at 3120 Miriam Street S.
behind Gulfport City Marina. Power
point classes are every Thursday
evening from 7:30-9:30 p.m. with
a 400 page color book. It is a 13
week revolving class you may start
any Thursday. Upon completing
chapters 1-8, students will be
eligible for their Florida State Safe
Boating Card. The new FWC rule
states that anyone born on or after
January 1, 1988 is required to have
successfully completed a approved
boating education course and have in
their possession a boating education
ID card and photo identification
card before operating a vessel with
a motor of 10 HP or more in Florida.
After graduating the 13 week
course, in addition to insurance
discounts you will recieve a Compp"
1 year BoatU.S. membership. The
new phone number for the Gulfport
Auxiliary is 727-399-7986 or email
auxgulfport@yahoo.com.

CTK Needs School
Uniforms
Clothes To Kids has an immediate
need for school uniforms. Uniform
khaki or dark blue pants, shorts
and uniform tops (white, light blue
or navy blue). They are getting
ready for the new school year where
there are 23 schools that require
uniforms. Please donate your gently
used uniform pants and shirts to a
Clothes To Kids store near you.
New or gently used uniforms,
school clothes and shoes can be
dropped off between 9 a.m. and
5 p.m. Monday-Friday in Clearwater
at 1059 N. Hercules Ave., or in
St. Pete at 3251 Third Ave. N.,
Suite 145. Cash donations are also
needed for purchasing clothing in
short supply and new underwear.
Clothes To Kids, a nonprofit
organization provides free clothing
to low-income, school-age children
in Pinellas County, free of charge.
For more information, please call
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Readers respond to Bill Northrop's Opinion Column.
Submissions must include a name and phone number for verification and be kept on point.
The Gabber will only accept email responses sent to: B_Northrop@theGabber.com


Re: Bill Northrop's
column on 6/16/11
Dear Editor: David Brooks,
author, columnist and political
commentator, recently noted that
every second spent talking about
Sarah Palin is a second we will never
get back. Yes, the media attention is
overwhelming and ridiculous.


Palin is an utter waste of time,
but I suspect the media attention
(including Northrop's) is fed by the
public's fascination, not the other
way around. It isn't the lack of
"fairness, wisdom or ethics" on the
part of the media that worries me.
It's Pali's total lack of those
characteristics that is truly scary.
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BELCHER, GARRY D., 61, of
St. Pete Beach, passed away at home
on Sunday, June 12, 2011. He was
born in Pikeville, KY and moved to
St. Pete Beach from Toledo, OH in
1989. Garry was a realtor with the
brokers of Marie Powell, Coldwell
Banker, and St. Pete Beach Realty. In
health, he participated in triathlons,
enjoyed gardening, and watching
his grandchildren play sports.
Garry was preceded in death by his
parents, Ruby and Bobby Belcher.
He is survived by his loving wife of 38
years, Candace; daughters: Nichole
Hollenback Eaton (Eric) and Sarah
Hoagland (Robert); mother-in-law,
Rosemary Burns; 9 grandchildren,
Emma, Hannah and Carlee
Hollenback, Madison, Ruby and Gary
Eaton, Taylor Grace, Ryan and Sean
Hoagland; brothers, Smitty (Donna)
Belcher and Timothy (Anthony)
Belcher. A memorial service will be
held on Saturday, June 18th at 5 p.m.
at Beach Memorial Chapel. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to
the Suncoast Chapter, Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society, 3507 E. Frontage
Rd., Ste. 300, Tampa, FL 33607. A
celebration of life gathering will take
place following the memorial service.
Beach Memorial Chapel, 727-
360-5577.


GRIGGS, JAMES F., JR., 60, of
St. Pete Beach, died at home on
Wednesday, June 15,2011 after
a long illness. Jim was born in
Morristown, NJ on Sept. 10,1950 to
James F. Griggs, Sr. and Kathleen
Joyce Murray Griggs. Jim was a
proud veteran of the U.S. Navy where
he served on nuclear submarines as
a radioman. He was also a former
member of the PGA and a music
lover, as well as an alumnus of
Crossroads Center in Antigua. Jim
is survived by his wife, Sharon Duffy
Griggs; his father, James F. Griggs,
Sr.; a daughter, Jennifer; stepsons,
Clayton and Shawn; 4 siblings,
6 grandchildren and nieces and
nephews. A memorial service will be
held at a later date in Lynchburg,
VA. Expressions of sympathy may
take the form of donations in his
name to Crossroads Center at http://
crossroadsantigua.org/donate.aspx.
Online memorial and guestbook
available at www.brettfuneralhome.
net

HARDOERFER, BARBARA
"BARBIE", 77, Gulfport, passed
away June 13, 2011. She is survived
by a loving family. For complete in-
formation, contact Reese Funeral
Home, 727-391-9954.


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Gulfport, passed away Sunday June
19, 2011. Survived by son, James and
Connie Rastatter. Beach Memorial
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RYCZEK, DR. THEODORE A.,
JR., 59, of St. Petersburg and Land
O' Lakes, went home to be with the
Lord on Saturday, June 18, 2011,
following a long and valiant battle
with cancer. Born May 10, 1952, in
Washington D.C., the eldest of five
children born to Theodore A. Ryczek
Sr. and Carolyn (Dowiak) Ryczek.
"Dr. Ted" was engaged in the practice
of Optometry for 32 years subsequent
to his 1976 graduation, Magna Cum
Laude, from Southern College of
Optometry in Memphis, TN where
he was a Beta Sigma Kappa member
and editor of the school newspaper.
The last 25 years of his career have
been spent in joint practice at Ryczek
Eye Associates in St. Petersburg with
his brother, "Dr. Dennis", as well
as providing excellent care for the
patients of Eye Care Optical in New
Port Richey and the Super Target
Optical in Wesley Chapel. He was a
member of both The American and
The Florida Optometric Associations.
Ted was devoted son to his surviving
parents and a faithful husband to his
loving wife, Desa Boyd. In addition
he loved and was much loved by
his children, Kyle Ryczek (Bailey),
Ashley (Chris Monteath) and Robert
Ryczek all of New Port Richey, and
the children of his wife; Rob and
Katie Boyd of Land O' Lakes. Ted will
be fondly remembered by his brother,
Dr. Dennis Ryczek (Brooke), and two
sisters, Karen (Tom Lakus), and
Sharon (Joe Rizzo). He is also survived
by four nephews, two beautiful nieces
and many cherished extended family
members. Ted was greeted in heaven
by his predeceased infant brother,
Anthony Ryczek. Visitation from 6-9
p.m. on Wednesday June 22, 2011
at Trinity Memorial Gardens, 12609
Memorial Dr., New Port Richey,
FL, 727-376-7824. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions can be made
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Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 6/10
Call for Officer- 6300 Pasadena Pt.
Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5500 BIk
19th Ave. S.
Suspicious Vehicle- 700 51st St. S.
Criminal Mischief- 1100 BIk 60th St.
S.
Theft- 3200 BIk 58th St. S.
Abandoned Vehicle- 5300 BIk 12th
Ave. S.
Burglary- 5300 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Drunk Person- 1600 BIk 58th St. S.
Call for Officer- 5000 BIk 29th Ave.
S.
Domestic Battery- 5100 BIk 12th
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5500 BIk
15th Ave. S.
Domestic Battery- 2100 BIk 58th St.
S.
Domestic Battery- 2000 BIk 55th St.
S.
Saturday 6/11
Trouble with Individual- 1000 BIk
49th St. S.
Street Obstruction- 1100 BIk 51st St.
S.
Criminal Mischief- 2800 BIk 57th St.
S.


Crime Awareness Meeting
The next Crime Awareness and Prevention meeting will be held on Monday,
July 11 at 7 p.m. at the Gulfport Neighborhood Center, 1617 49th Street S.
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Theft- 1200 BIk Hull St. S.
Stolen Vehicle- 5100 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Theft- 2000 BIk 55th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1000 BIk
49th St. S.
Call for Officer- 4900 BIk 29th Ave.
S.
Call for Officer- 5600 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Sunday 6/12
Trouble with Individual- 4900 BIk
15th Ave. S.
Noise Complaint- 5500 BIk Tangerine
Ave. S.
Noise Complaint- Seabird Dr. S.
Call for Officer- Wood Ibis Park.
Stolen Vehicle- 5900 BIk Tangerine
Ave. S.
Domestic Battery- 5600 BIk 14th
Ave. S.
Call for Officer- 6100 BIk 9th Ave. S.
Criminal Mischief- 3000 BIk 50th
Ave. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5200 BIk 16th Ave.
S.
Open Door/Window- 5800 BIk 15th
Ave. S.
Monday 6/13
Suspicious Vehicle- 1200 BIk 53rd St.
S.
Animal Complaint- Wood Ibis Park.
Theft- 1200 BIk 55th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5500 BIk
18th Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- Beach Front.


Trouble with Individual- 2000 BIk
52nd St. S.
Worthless Document/Check- 5700
BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Call for Officer- 5300 BIk 19th Ave.
S.
Suspicious Person- 5100 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Open Door/Window- 2300 BIk 56th
St. S.
Tuesday 6/14
Suspicious Person- 4900 BIk 14th
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.
Truant- 2000 BIk 52nd St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 6200 BIk 8th Ave.
S.
Theft- 5900 BIk 17th Ave. S.
Theft- 5700 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Battery- 2700 BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Arrest on Warrant- 5500 BIk 12th
Ave. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 5100
BIk Pine Grove Terr. S.
Trouble with Individual- Tomlinson
Park.
Noise Complaint- 5600 BIk 12th Ave.
S.
Call for Officer- 3000 BIk Beach Blvd.
S.
Call for Officer- 2600 BIk Tifton St.
S.
Wednesday 6/15
Criminal Mischief- Tomlinson Park.
Suspicious Vehicle- 2200 BIk 52nd
St. S.
Burglary- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Trespasser- 2400 BIk 49th St. S.
Narcotics/Drugs- 5400 BIk 30th Ave.
S.
Suspicious Circumstances- Clam
Bayou.
Hit & Run- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5000 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1000 BIk
49th St. S.
Theft- 1600 BIk 58th St. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 5900
BIk Tangerine Ave. S.
Thursday 6/16
Narcotics/Drugs- Williams Pier.
Stolen Vehicle- 1900 BIk 59th St. S.
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Dog Tag Heroes is a non-profit
organization that provides free
furniture/household items to soldiers
returning from war. They have
opened a Boutique & Thrift Store at
5601 66th Street N. in the 66th St.
Flea Market. They are open Friday,
Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Come shop or drop off your
donations. Any soldier in need can
contact Kathleen D. Smith, Founder/
CEO in regards to items they
need for their household. Call 727-
577-5455 or visit dogtagheroes.org.

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ST. PETE BEACH- The St. Pete
Beach Community Center and
Aquatics Complex will be offering
Shallow Water Aerobic Exercise
classes all summer long to help keep
youhealthy andfit. Classes are taught
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
each week from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
The class is great for muscle-toning
and cardio workouts with the benefits
and support of the water. These fun
and invigorating exercise sessions
are held in the outdoor pool located
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City of Gulfport: Bonds
Q: Can Gulfport sell bonds to generate income? Why aren't we?
A: Because typically a city sells bonds to finance capital projects (one
time expenses) rather than ongoing expenses.
"If the city sold bonds, it would have to pay a rate for the use of the
money," city manager Jim O'Reilly says. "Basically, you're mortgaging the
project, so you pay so much interest onit over the course of the time."
Currently, Mr. O'Reilly says, the city is debt-free, and if the city sold
bonds, it would have debt.
"A bond is a debt," he says.
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Save Our Strays is a no-kill non-profit
organization dedicated to re-homing
abandoned cats and kittens. It
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and is in serious need of additional
foster homes for its felines. They
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that they prefer a pregnant cat, an
adult cat or kittens. They also need
volunteers to transport felines to/
from veterinarian appointments, etc.
If you are interested in helping their
kitties, please call 727-481-5262.

Gala Pasta Night
The Sons of Italy Lodge, 2500
34 Street S., serves pasta every
Monday night from 4-8 p.m. for $6


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Other beverages are available. Look
for their flotilla of flags. They also
provide catering for all events and
their hall is available for rental. Call
323-2691.

Personal Lightning
Safety Tips
Plan in advance your evacuation
and safety measures. When you first
see lightning or hear thunder, ac-
tivate your emergency plan. Now is
the time to go to a building or a vehi-
cle. Lightning often precedes rain, so
don't wait for the rain to begin before
suspending activities.
If outdoors avoid water, high ground
and open spaces. Avoid all metal ob-
jects including electric wires, fences,
machinery, etc. Unsafe places include
underneath canopies, small picnic or
rain shelters or near tress. Where
possible, find shelter in a substantial
building or in a fully enclosed metal
vehicles such as a car, truck or van
with the windows completely shut.
If lightning is striking nearby when
you are outside, you should crouch
down, put feet together, and place
hands over ears to minimize hearing
damage from thunder. Also, avoid
proximity (minimum of 15 ft.) to oth-
er people.
If indoors avoid water. Stay away
from doors and windows. Do not use
the telephone. Take off head sets.
Turn off, unplug and stay away from
appliances, computers, power tools
and TV sets. Lightning may strike
exterior electric and phone lines, in-
ducing shocks to inside equipment.
Suspend activities for 30 minutes
after the last observed lightning or
thunder.
Injured persons do not carry an
electrical charge and can be handled
safely. Apply First Aid procedures to
a lightning victim if you are qualified
to do so. Call 911 or send for help im-
mediately.
Teach this safety slogan: "If you can
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Give a little, Get a lot
The Adults Mentoring Children
program needs caring volunteers age
30 and over to be mentors for children
throughout the county. Volunteers
are matched with children between
the ages of 3 and 15 who need a
caring adult to spend time with
them, be a positive role model, and
let them know that they are special.
The children are living with a single
parent who is working and going to
school and working, living with a
relative or in foster care.
No experience is necessary.
Background screening is required
for all volunteers, and they must
drive. There is never a cost, and
social activities and ongoing support
are provided by the staff. Spend 2 to
4 hours a week with a child doing
simple activities such as reading,
fishing, baking, gardening, doing a
craft, or visiting a park.
For more information, please call
Bev at 727-479-1841.

Volunteer Nurses
Needed at Free Clinic
ST. PETERSBURG- Are you
enthusiastic, friendly and optimistic?
Do you have a couple hours a week
or a month to volunteer in a warm
and friendly environment with a
great team? St. Petersburg Free
Clinic offers free medical care to
the medically underserved adult
population and we need volunteer
RNs and LPNs to assist our volunteer
physicians and staff ARNP. All you
need is a giving heart and a current
license. Please be that listening ear
and helping hand to someone in need.
Go home feeling great by knowing
that you have made a difference!
Contact Angel Schumaker at angel.
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Gulfport's July 4th Celebration
GULFPORT- The City of Gulfport invites everyone to celebrate this 4th of
July centennial celebration ALL DAY LONG with an amazing line-up of fun
and exciting activities in the City's downtown waterfront district on Monday,
July 4, 2011!
To keep you informed ahead of time, street closures are on the following
streets starting at 6 a.m. on Monday, July 4th. Beach Boulevard will be closed
from 31st Avenue (south) to Shore Boulevard. Shore Boulevard will be closed
from 54th Street South (west) to 56th Street South. 54th Street South, south
of Essex Avenue will also be closed. Beach Boulevard south of 28th Avenue
South to 31st Avenue South will be temporarily closed for the City's 4th of July
Community Parade from 5:45 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Other early closings to prepare for the fireworks and your safety will include
Williams Pier (corner of Shore Blvd. S. and 54th St. S.) which will close at
7 a.m. Friday morning July 2nd until Monday morning, July 5th at noon.
At that same time, perimeter buoys will be placed 900 ft. from the Williams
Pier. Also, fencing will be placed on the seawall at Veteran's Park (corner of
Shore Blvd. S. and 54th St. S.). Other safety issues include "sparklers only" on
Gulfport Beach.
The FREE open air trolley will be running from 4 p.m. - 11 p.m. to pick up
passengers from remote parking spots to make your journey to Gulfport more
convenient. Remote parking spots include: Recreation Center (5730 Shore
blvd. S.), Library (5501 28th Ave. S.), Senior Center and Theater (5501 27th
Ave. S.), Hoyt Field (2306 56th St. S.), Chase Park (54th St. S. and 28th Ave.
S.), Ted Phillips Wood Ibis Park (58th St. S. and 28th Ave. S.). If you see the
trolley, just give the driver a wave and they will pick you up along the route.
Get up, have your coffee and breakfast early and bring the kids to the Kid's
Fishing Derby, at the Recreation Center seawall, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
(Registration for the derby will start at 7:30 a.m.) followed by a free Family
Sand Sculpture Contest, sponsored by the Gulfport Recreation Division, on
Gulfport Beach, from 10 a.m. to noon (Registration will start at 9:30 a.m.).
Keeping with tradition, the theme will be "Red, White and Blue". City staff
will be on Gulfport Beach from noon to 6 p.m. with a variety of free kid friendly
activities! Also, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Beach Blvd. S. towards 54th St. S.,
you can view a stunning variety of autos at the annual auto show. Did we say
all of this is free?
Starting the evening, local vendors offer a variety of arts, crafts, food
delicacies and patriotic knick-knacks for your enjoyment, from 4 -10 p.m. At
5 p.m., Bobby and the Rockets will be performing some of the best classic rock
covers. Our community parade will begin promptly at 6 p.m. making its way
(southbound) down Beach Boulevard to the Gulfport Casino, where it will
head west on Shore Boulevard to 58th Street South. Make sure to grab a good
viewing spot!
At 9 p.m. an always amazing fireworks display off of Gulfport Beach along
Shore Blvd. S. will offer an exceptional closing of the day's festivities. The City
welcomes all to celebrate the Fourth of July in the City of Gulfport!
For more information regarding the day's events, please email gbiron@
mygulfport.us or call 727-893-1118.



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Update on Best of the Road Contest
GULFPORT- Gulfport, Florida is one of six small-town finalists from across the
countryin the first ever R.i n InI 1 N. il1 USA Today "Best of the Road" competition
in the "Best for Food" category. To celebrate Gulfport's ranking as a finalist and
to prepare for an upcoming "Road Rally" visit in which the town will be judged,
15 participating Gulfport restaurants have crafted a special "Best of the Road
Sampler Plate." Each plate will offer taste-sized samples of that restaurant's
best or signature dishes. Most plates will be priced in the range of $10 to $15.
Plates at each of the 15 locations will be offered beginning Thursday, June 23rd
and will remain on menus at least through Saturday, July 23rd.
Gulfport restaurants offering their own "Best of the Road Sampler Plate"
include: Backfin Blue Caf6, Habana Caf6, Isabelle's at Peninsula Inn & Spa,
Island Flavors and 'Tings, La Cote Basque, Winehouse, (I l.iil.l's Bar and
Grille, Peg's Cantina & Brewpub, Neptune Grill, Pia's Trattoria, Smokin'
J's BBQ, Stella's Deli, T & Me Tea Co., Tangelo's Grille, Village Pub and
Yummy's.
Small towns were nominated in an online public forum beginning in May, with
open voting for towns in the "Best for Food" and four other categories: 1NI.-
Beautiful," 1 I.-1 Patriotic," "Friendliest," and 1NI.- Fun." Gulfport received
the highest number of votes in its "Best for Food" category during public voting.
Other small town "Best for Food" finalists are: Addison, WV; Burnsville, MN;
Lafayette, LA; Costa Mesa and Visalia, CA.
The "Road Rally" portion of the competition kicks off with an event on June
23rd in New York City. Online public voting was also a factor in selecting the
five two-person teams which will participate in the Rally. At the June 23rd
event, teams will be notified which category they will be assigned to judge in the
competition. Teams will have the discretion to determine their own routes and
itineraries. Organizers for Gulfport's "Best for Food" host committee determined
the sample plates would be a good idea to have in place on local menus prior to
the team's arrival. After it is notified of an arrival date for the Rally team, the
host committee plans a public event to welcome the team to the City, as well as
a festive "restaurant stroll" in which the team and the public will be invited to
partake.
The Road Rally continues across the country as teams visit their assigned
small towns and observe and judge each. Teams are asked to blog, tweet and
otherwise document their experiences as they travel. A final ceremony in Los
Angeles will welcome teams on July 15th, at which time they will announce
their own choices for best small towns in each category.
For those who want to know updated information, you can search on Facebook
at "Gulfport's Best of The Road Food R.illI' Up to date details will be posted
there as they are known. For more information, contact Lori Rosso at 727-
343-4445 or email to rsvp@seabreezemanor.com.


Host Families Needed
for Exchange Students
Foreign high school students are
scheduled to arrive soon for academic
semester and year homestay
programs, and the sponsoring
organization needs a few more local
host families.
According to Pacific Intercultural
Exchange (P.I.E.) President, John
Doty, the students are all between
the ages of 15 and 18 years, are
English-speaking, have their own
spending money, carry accident and
health insurance, and want to share
their cultural experiences with
their new American families. P.I.E.
currently has programs to match
almost every family's needs, ranging
in length from one semester to a full
academic year, where the students
attend local public and private high
schools.
P.I.E. area representatives match
students with host families byfinding
common interests and lifestyles
through an in-home meeting.
Prospective host families are able
to review student applications and
select the perfect match. As there
are no "typical" host families, P.I.E.
can fit a student into just about
any situation, whether it is a single
parent, a childless couple, a retired
couple or a large family.
Families who host for P.I.E. are
also eligible to claim a monthly
charitable contribution deduction
on their itemized tax returns for
each month they host a sponsored
student.
P.I.E. is a non-profit educational
organization that has sponsored
more than 25,000 students from 45
countries since its founding in 1975.
The organization is designated by
the United States Department of
State and is listed by the Council
on Standards for International
Educational Travel (CSIET),
certifying that the organization
complies with the standards set
forth in CSIETs Standards for
International Educational Travel
Programs.
Families interested in learning
more about student exchange or
arranging for a meeting with a
community representative may call
P.I.E., toll-free, at 1-866-546-1402.

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CITY of GULFPORT
Gulfport residents of special trash pickup charges:
* A single pick-up item is $10
* A'white good" (appliance) is $20
(doors shall be removed before being set out for collection)
* Vehicle tires are $10 each
* Car batteries are $5 each
* 20-lb bottled gas cylinders are $10 and must be empty
* TV's are $15 each
* Computer components $15 each
Wednesday' yard waste pickup entitles residents to dispose of small tree/shrubbery trimmings piled no longer than 4
feet in length and 3 feet in height; piles must be loose - no bags or containers as this material is recycled into mulch.
Leaves must be bagged and called in for a pickup.
Larger piles will not be picked up on Wednesday and need to called-in for a 'special' billable pickup. Larger loads,
including yard waste, shall be based on size and type of equipment required to load and haul. Please contact Public
Works at 893-1089 to schedule a special pickup.
When an owner/occupant does not notify Public Works of a special pickup item(s) they can be picked up and billed as
an additional charge.
Residents are limited to a maximum of three 32-gallon trash containers or 30-gallon trash bags for garbage collection
and not to exceed 50 Ibs. (unless on an automated residential route).

MAINTENANCE STANDARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL RIGHT OF WAYS & ALLEYS
All residents are required by City Ordinance to help keep their right of ways and alleys neat and orderly. The most
important portion of the City Code that applies is as follows:
Sec. 12-2 "Specific nuisances: states:
"The maintaining, using, placing, depositing, leaving, permitting, allowing or causing any of the following items,
conditions or things to exist in, on, over or under any public or private property shall constitute a nuisance; provided
however that this enumeration shall not be construed to exclude the identification of other nuisances not specifically
identified herein:
a) Any weeds, grasses or other vegetation of a height exceeding twelve (12) inches, including without limitation, broom
grass, jimpson, burdock, ragweed or sandspur and not including trees, flowers and ornamental bushes or plants;
b) Any trash, litter, debris, garbage, bottles, paper, plastic, metal, cans, rags, offal, bricks, concrete, lumber, building
materials, dead or decaying trees, plants, fruits, vegetables, or animals of any kind.
c) Any condition which provides, or could provide, harborage for rats, mice, snakes, insects or other vermin ..."
Not keeping the portion of the right of way and alley fronting your property may result in a visit from the Code
Enforcement Officer, and may result in significant fines if deficiencies are not corrected.


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Safeguard Your
Dogs Against Heat
Hot weather is often deadly for
dogs who can succumb to heatstroke
in just 15 minutes and suffer brain
damage as a result. Dogs who are left
in parked cars are especially suscep-
tible.
Symptoms of heatstroke include
restlessness, excessive thirst, heavy
panting, lethargy, lack of appetite,
dark tongue, vomiting and lack of co-


ordination. If you see a dog showing
any of these symptoms, get him or
her into the shade immediately and
call a veterinarian. Lower the dog's
body temperature by providing water
to drink, applying a cold towel to the
head and chest, or immersing the dog
in tepid (not cold) water.
PETA (People for the Ethical Treat-
ment of Animals) makes the follow-
ing suggestions for safeguarding ani-
mals.


Don't carry your dog in the bed of
a pickup truck. While this practice
is always dangerous, heat brings the
added danger that dogs' feet might
be burned on hot metal.
Don't take your dog jogging, except
on cool mornings or evenings. Rest
often, and take plenty of water.
Trim heavy-coated dogs' fur, but
leave an inch of fur for protection
against insects and sunburn.
Keep dogs inside. If they absolutely
must stay outside, at least try not to
keep them outside during the hot-
test part of the day. Provide all-day
shade, drinking water in a heavy
bowl and a kiddie pool.
Additional information can be
found at HelpingAnimals.com.

Meals on Wheels
Needs Drivers
For thousands of Pinellas County
elderly, the Neighborly Care Network
Meals on Wheels program is a pivotal
part of daily life. Volunteers allow the
Meals on Wheels program to continue.
But recently, some volunteers have
had to cut back due to high gas prices
and many of our winter visitors have
returned home, leaving the program
in critical need for volunteers all over
Pinellas County.
Volunteers spend just two hours
of your time, midday, once a week.
Most routes have only 10 to 12 stops
and are just 8 to 10 miles long. Meals
are picked up at a site near you
and delivered to the homebound in
your area (maps and directions are
provided). Do someone else a favor
and you will be doing yourself one!
We are confident that if you try it
once, you'll be back!
Please call Sandi Narron 727-
573-9444 to start helping the
homebound elderly in your
community today.















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A Small Citrus Diversion: The Citrus Museum
A Small Citrus Diversion: The Citrus Museum


By Cathy Salustri

Perhaps everyone who ever came to
Florida as a tourist had a citrus experience,
whether it was a fresh-squeezed glass
of orange juice at a welcome center or
watching the citrus sorting assembly line
at a local grove.
Today, most of the citrus industry has
moved out of the country, although you can
still find fresh Florida oranges seasonally
and Florida orange juice all year long.
The remaining industry thrives, perhaps
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Gulfport Casino and serves much the same
purpose. This portion of the city-owned
building has nothing to offer the citrus
history seeker, although people can rent
the hall. The grounds include a playground
and large grassy yard.

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de rigeur for tourists, those opportunities
are dwindling, as is the idea that citrus is a
large part of the state's personality
This small museum doesn't need to be
the highlight of a visit to the east coast - in
fact, it's too small for it to be the main
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to us about the displays, which include
everything from old advertising to field
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Beach Balloon Tales
By Melissa Lattman


Playing the tortoise and the hare, Samantha (left) and Breanna (right) get ready for their
race as they act out the famous fable with some help from Tony the Balloon Guy at the St.
Pete Beach Public Library.
ST. PETE BEACH- Balloons as costumes and props brought tall tales, fables
and other stories from around the world to life with the help of Tony the Balloon
Guy. The interactive story time followed the theme of this summer's library
reading program-One World, Many Stories. Check it out at the library.

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Acrylic art classes will be held on
Monday mornings from 9 a.m. to
noon. Beginners or experienced
artists are welcome. Call 381-8714.

Host Families Needed
for Exchange Students
International Fellowship, a nonprofit
exchange student program in
business for over 50 years, is looking
for volunteer families or individuals
to host foreign exchange students
during the coming school year. These
high school students from abroad will
be here for a full academic year or for
a semester. Students have their own
spending money and are covered by
health and accident insurance.
For more information, call
800-1; 17-8839 or visit www.
internationalfellowship.org.

Animal Shelter
Seeks Donations
Pet Pal Animal Shelter is in need of
animal wishlist items: Science Diet
canned and dry cat and dog food;
large dog toys, kongs, nylabones,
kitty litter, cat carriers and beds.
Cleaning supplies include bleach,
paper towels, laundry detergent
and garbage bags. Donations can be
dropped off at the Shelter Tuesday
through Saturday between 11 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. located at 405 22
Street S. in St Petersburg. To make
a monetary donation, call 727-
378-7738. To view adoptable animals
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o.rtP' f By Cathy Salustri


Save the Beach
Theatre.
I love a feel-good movie, a bag of
popcorn with fake butter and a
glass of wine.
The wine part is weird, I admit, but
blame my misguided youth: for a brief
while in college I fancied myself a film
student, which meant going to see a
lot of art films at the Enzian theatre,
where they served Gardenburgers
and cheap wine. I love Gardenburgers
but hate art films as much as I
cannot abide the patchouli-scented
men who make them, so I failed at
the whole film student endeavor,
traded my black cords in for some
sundresses, and happened upon this
cool beach community. With only
two "art houses" in the area I could
catch Tom Hanks films without ever
bumping up against a serious young
man in black jeans and wire-rimmed
glasses who wanted to show me his
claymation documentary. Despite
its artsy films I preferred the Beach
Theatre to others, because when it
did show popular movies instead
of brooding subtitled affairs, I'd get
popcorn and a cheap mini-bottle of
red wine and pretend I was in college
again, only this time I could watch a
movie I actually enjoyed.
But then something changed: movies
started to suck. Computer-generated
explosionsreplacedplot, andthe dark,
Quentin-Tarantino-on-barbituate,
brooding characters replaced George
('I...i.n.- and Harrison Ford as
on-screen idols. When I realized that
Pulp Fiction wasn't a fluke, I took to
watching my Goonies and As Good
As It Gets DVDs.
The critics promised me Super 8 was
different. I walked over to the Beach
Theatre, which, asitfellonhardtimes,
started (much to my relief) pandering
to the lowest common denominator of
the moviegoing public: me. I bought
my beloved artery-clogging buttery
popcorn and requested my cheap
mini-bottle of wine.
Save the Beach Theatre, which was
out of wine. In fact, their cooler's

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kind of bare. The registers don't have
receipt tape. The seat arms wobble
in what I choose not to view as an
allegory for the entire place.
Save the Beach Theatre, owned by
St. Pete Beach resident Michael
France. He's made public his struggles
with the classic movie house, and he
says he's trying to convert the theatre
to a non-profit to keep it going. After
last night, I do not know if he can
hold on that long. Rumor has it he's
going through a wicked divorce, and
I can't imagine he's got a lot of energy
left in him to keep fighting this fight.
Save the Beach Theatre, a grand
palace once. To me, it still is. But its
glory days have passed and those of
us who still love it are probably more
in love with what it stands for than
what it has become.
Save the Beach Theatre, where you
can go see Super 8. I loved that, as the
critics promise, it's a Goonies-meets-
Stand-By-Me movie not outpaced by
special effects. It's set in the summer
of 1979, complete with My Sharona
on the soundtrack. Glittery, polished
effects and computer-generated
images would have ruined this
movie.
Save the Beach Theatre, because it
occurred to me as I watched the film
in my seen-better-days seat and tried
not to resent the flat Pepsi that, even
though the theatre may be fading,
it's a lot like Super 8: proof that the
simple things are grander than the
glitzy.


How do you save the Beach Theatre?
I have no clue. I do know this: people
always tell me that had they known
that this restaurant or this business
was having trouble, they would
have done their part and patronized
them more. Well, I'm telling you: the
Beach Theatre needs you. Until the
theatre gets its nonprofit status, you
can't donate money, but you can buy
a ticket. Don't want to see a movie
right today? I'm not suggesting you
see a movie: I'm suggesting you buy
a ticket.
Save the Beach Theatre because if
it goes under we'll have to head over
to the vacuum that is the Baywalk
Muvico. We will buy tickets online,
listen to a nifty sound system, and
probably order popcorn shrimp.
Save the Beach Theatre because
you can't buy tickets online, and no
one's accusing them of deafening you
with their massive sound system,
and other than the old-fashioned
fake butter on the popcorn, your
food choices are limited.
Save the Beach Theatre and keep
your money local when you buy your
cheap wine, popcorn buttered all the
way down to the bottom of the bag,
and tickets to a movie that reminds
us that you can find the amazing in
the unsophisticated.
Save the Beach Theatre, because,
like Super 8, some things, including
our communities, do better without
the glitz.

Contact Cathy Salustri at
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How Should my
Business be Set Up
(Part 2)
In our last article, we examined
together the general legal require-
ments of a sole proprietorship and
general partnership. In this article,
we will examine the general legal as-
pects of a limited partnership and a
Florida Corporation.
A. Limited Partnership
1. A limited partnership is
similar to a general partnership.
The primary difference is that some
partners are designated as "limited"
partners and, as such, are normally
not personally liable for the debts
and obligations of the partnership,
except to the extent of their contribu-
tion of capital to the partnership. A
limited partner is a passive investor,
and is prohibited from participating
actively in the management of the
partnership business. If a limited
partner participates in management,
she/he can lose the benefit of limited
liability and, instead, be treated as a
general partner for purposes of deter-
mining liability for partnership debts
and obligations.
2. A limited partnership
must have at least one general part-
ner and at least one limited partner.
The general partner of a limited
partnership has unlimited liability
for the partnership's debts and obli-
gations.
3. Like ageneralpartnership,
the income of a limited partnership is
passed through to the partners, and
reported on their individual income
tax returns.
4. Limited partnership is or-
ganized by filing a written certificate
of limited partnership in the Office of
the Secretary of State in Tallahassee,
Florida. Normally, the limited part-
ners are specified in the certificate of
limited partnership and in a sepa-
rate limited partnership agreement,
which may be more detailed than the
certificate of limited partnership. A
Florida limited partnership must file
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an annual report and pay an annual
fee to the Florida Secretary of State,
and receive a certificate of authority
to conduct business as a limited part-
nership.
B. Corporation
1. A corporation is a separate
legal entity or "person" for purposes
of both state law and federal income
tax law. A corporation may be formed
by any number of individuals, other
corporations, or other entities.
2. The owners of a corpora-
tion are "shareholders." Normally,
business policies are dictated by a
board of directors, which is elected
by the shareholders. In Florida, a
corporation may have as few as one
director. Normally, directors are
elected annually, at an annual meet-
ing of shareholders.
3. Normally, the routine op-
erations of the corporation are man-
aged by the corporation's officers,
who are elected periodically by the
board of directors. In Florida, a cor-
poration must have a president, sec-
retary, and treasurer, and may have
one or more vice presidents or assis-
tant officers. One person may hold
two (2) or more offices.
4. Corporations are required
to hold annual meetings of share-
holders, at which the shareholders
may elect directors.
5. For federal income tax
purposes, a corporation is taxed as a
separate entity, and income and loss-
es of the corporation are not passed
to its shareholders, unless the corpo-
ration makes an "S election."
6. A corporation is formed
by filing a corporate charter, known
as "articles of incorporation," with
the office of the Secretary of State in
Tallahassee, Florida. The articles of
incorporation must contain various
information specified by statute, in-
cluding a unique corporate name, a
statement of the number of shares of
stock that the corporation is autho-
rized to issue, the par value (if any)
of the stock, the duration of the cor-
poration (if other than perpetual),
the general purposes for which the
corporation is initially authorized
(which may be stated to include in
the transaction of any or all lawful
business for which corporations may
be incorporated under Florida law),
the name of an initial registered of-
fice, the street address of an initial
registered office where service of pro-


cess can be made upon the corpora-
tion, the name of directors, and the
name and street address of the incor-
porator. The corporation is required
to file an annual report and pay an
annual fee to the Secretary of State
in order to maintain its standing as a
corporation.
7. After the articles of incor-
poration are formed, the board of di-
rectors holds an initial organization-
al meeting, at which it elects officers,
adopts bylaws, and takes other orga-
nizational actions. The bylaws con-
sist of a written document specifying
the "rules" under which the corpora-
tion will be governed and managed.
8. Generally, ownership
interests in a corporation may be
transferred through a sale of stock,
although the transfer of stock may be
restricted by agreement or by law.
Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson
Law Offices which is located at 1135
Pasadena Avenue South, Suite 140,
St. Petersburg, Florida. The tele-
phone number is 727-347-5131. Mr.
Myers welcomes calls regarding this
article and other related legal topics.
This column outlines general legal
principles and is not intended to give
you legal advice. If you have a spe-
cific question about the law, please
consult an attorney.



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A Greener View

By Jeff Rugg


Floodwaters Can
Greatly Affect
Landscapes
Flooding along the Mississippi and
other related rivers has been in the
news a lot lately. Not to discount the
toll taken on people and their homes,
but there's also a lot of damage done
to the landscape.
A single day's worth of flooding
can take many months to repair.
Flooding in the man-made landscape
mimics flooding in the natural
landscape, since land that is regularly
underwater has little vegetation and
almost no debris. Most plants do
not survive both being underwater
and dried out, so natural areas that
are often flooded are mud flats that
erode easily. Any litter that can float
will be washed up to the high water
mark, so the same areas don't have
mulch-like materials to prevent more
erosion from rains.
You will be able to tell the height of
the water by finding the line of what's
left of the landscape's bark mulch.
The only benefit to gravel mulch in
flower beds is probably that it doesn't
wash away easily. It will most likely
need to be washed because of the silt
that's present in the floodwaters. If
your mulch is gone, it is a good idea
to replace it soon to prevent lots of
weeds. Plus, the flower beds won't
dry out in the hot weather after the
storms.
Floodwaters do several things to
harm plants. Fast moving water
smashes plants and breaks or cracks
their stems and branches; they can't
straighten up. This is especially
true of plants without wooden
stems. Annual flowers and vegetable
crops may be ruined and need to be
replaced. Perennials can be propped
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grow new stems next year. Shrubs
and trees can be staked up until they
can regain their strength.
When the top of a plant is below
water, the plant has a hard time
maintaining its proper level of
moisture within the leaves and
stems. When it eventually dries out,
some leaves may die off. The longer
it was underwater, the worse it will
be.
Mud that coats the leaves will
reduce the plant's ability to
photosynthesize. Although it adds
water to the landscape, wash off any
mud-coated leaves. Lawns may be
so thickly coated in mud that it will
be necessary to scrape it off. Small
mud-covered areas could probably
be replanted with new grass seed.
For most terrestrial plant roots to
survive, soil must have oxygen in
it. Waterlogged soil doesn't contain
enough available oxygen for many dry
land plants -- and for some big trees,
the damage may not be apparent for
several weeks or even months. Plants
native to stream banks and near
lake shores can take low levels of
oxygen in the soil around their roots.
Some maples are especially good at
tolerating periodic flooding.
Because we change the topography
of the land and many people plant
new trees in the wrong areas, many
plants have been placed where
flooding can harm them. The longer
the water is over the roots, the more
potential for damage. If water is
removed from the surface in only a
few days, there should be no harm to
most trees and shrubs. But a week or
two of water over the root area will
stress the plant, and the plant will
have to be watched for other signs of
problems for the next year or more.
Over a long period, excessive water
will kill non-flood tolerant plants
and leave only the hardy ones. New
plants in these low areas should be
flood tolerant.
As water is slowly released from
retention ponds into the receding
rivers and streams, water levels may
remain artificially high along their
shorelines. Trees around the edges


of retention ponds should have been
flood-tolerant to begin with, but I
have seen many instances where this
wasn't the case.
Most lawn grasses do not tolerate
being underwater for more than a
few days without showing signs of
dying. Often, grasses in low areas are
not particularly strong to begin with.
Because of high humidity, they often
have fungal disease problems. Many
subdivisions have used park spaces
and open areas as flood detention
areas. These areas are not intended
to stay continuously wet like a
retention area; they are supposed to
only detain water for several days.
If a soccer field or ball diamond
holds water for more than a couple of
days, and the grass was already weak
from the wear and tear of summer
activities, the grass may need to
be replaced. If played on while the
soil is wet, the ground will become
compacted. These compacted lawn
areas will need lots of remedial care
to come back to full strength. For the
safety of the participants, a good lawn
care program should be implemented
before play is resumed. Play should
be restricted while the soil is soggy.
These areas will need core aerations
in the fall. They may also require an
overseeding at that time. If possible,
mud should be washed off grass
leaves. The normal fertilization and
disease control programs should be
followed.
People with water gardens and
backyard ponds may have lost some
fish and plants as the surrounding
water flooded over the pond levels
and the inhabitants floated away.
Over all, there will not be a lot of long-
lasting effect on the landscape from
local flooding -- if it doesn't last more
than a few days and stays as a once
in a while occurrence. Unfortunately,
when some areas are flooded longer,
much of the landscape may need to
be replaced. Fungal disease problems
on plants growing in low lying areas
and shady areas can also become a
problem.
A simple rule of thumb to remember
is that if a plant does not normally
grow on the edge of a lake or in a
swamp, it will not do well being
flooded. The longer it is flooded,
the worse it will do. Slow growers
or already weak plants will have a
harder time recovering from a flood.









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Specialist. Interior/Exterior. Free Estimates.
Fair & Honest Rates. Lic.# C-8774. 727-546-
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30+ years, Residential, Commercial. No job to
small. 2 coats paint. Quality guaranteed. Se-
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Exterior
Texture Coating Repair
House/Roof Painting
Free Estimates * Residential
Licensed & Insured

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VISITING ANGELS
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1977 MGB CLASSIC CONVERTIBLE- Was
$1295, now $995. Sell or Trade for small alu-
minum boat and motor. 460-7153.
1993 OLDSMOBILE-91K Miles, Comfort Car,
Runs Good, No A/C. 381-8714.
1995 DODGE MAXIVAN- Was $1950, now
$1650. A/C, Power Windows, Doors, Mirrors,
Tilt, Cruise. 15 Passenger. Runs Good, Every-
thing Works. 460-7153.
2001 SEBRING CONNVERTIBLE- Dk. Blue,
Leather Interior. Excellent Condition. Have all
records. Asking $5850. 727-480-9990
2009 SMART CAR CONVERTIBLE-Blue,
immaculate. 10,000miles, $14,500. 727-360-
8479.

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Lies Just Honest Business. So Call us First or
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BERNHARDT SOFA/LOVESEAT-$600. 3pc
Queen Bedroom Set w/9-drawer dresser &
credenza, includes mattress/springs. $650.
TV's/DVD players, $25. Each. 727-360-
1971/727-644-1949.
RANGES $99- Refrigerators, All Sizes, Wash-
er/Dryer Sets, $89pc. Stackables, Portables,
Wholesale Mattresses, All Service Prompt, We
Buy! Service Calls $44, $22 w/repair. Open 7
Days! 727-546-3226.
SMALL BOX DEEP FREEZER-$100.24"x24".
Works Good! 815-440-5239.
LARGE BLOND MODERN-Dining Table
(42"x42" with leaf 18") and 6 Upholstered
Chairs on rollers. All for $100. 2 Single Beds
$50. each. 1 Small Dresser, 4 Drawers (2'x14")
$30. Night Stand $10. 727-258-8203.


THE BOOK LADY SAYS- Wear a Classy Em-
broidered Gulfport Tee Shirt, $17.95. Small
Adventures Book Shop, 3107 Beach Blvd 727-
347-8732. Closed Sunday & Monday.


CLOTHES FROM BEALLS-The Avenue &
Dress Barn. Tops, Capris, Slacks. 18-1X. Call
Angela 867-6248.
STERLING TOW BAR-$350. Base Plate for
Jeep Liberty $200. Kwikee Slide Tray (60"x39").
$225. 727-560-2508.

STOCK AND SAVE!
Avon products, clothes, jewelry, etc. $10 off
your order of $75! 727-321-9471 or www.
youravon.com/kstarks
GULFPORT LIONS CLUB - Available For
Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.

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

LAWN MOWERS,
GO KARTS BIKES
All Kinds. Flatbed Trailer 4' x 8'. Also Lawn
Mower and Small Engine Repair. Call Frank
727-418-8297.
MOBILITY SCOOTER-(Chauffer). Electric,
with Car Carrier. $500. 815-440-5239,
CHEST OF DRAWERS $30- Computer Desk
$45, W/D, $75/Each. Wrought Iron Glass Top
Table, $65. 727-323-4477.


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www.2yearretirementplan.com Call Helen at
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Doctor Recommended. All Natural
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KAYAK ROOF CARRIER-1 Set Stackers $60.
Hully Rollers $60. 727-560-2508.


TWO BIRD CAGES-First one, 32" high, 22"
wide, 16.5" long. 2 doors open on top. Front
Door opens to perch. Rolling stand. 3 Wooden
perches inside. Second one, 21" x 15" x 15".
Large door opening. $99 O.B.O. for both. Call
481-1605. Pictures by request.


MUSICANS WANTED- For new dixieland
band. Need Piano, Bass, Drums, Clarinet &
Sax. Call Fred 727-867-4714
OLD AUDIO-Old Tube Amplifiers, Old Speak-
ers, etc. Denny, 727-421-4019.
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Buying & Selling
Antiques & Collectibles
We have been buying and selling Antiques
and collectibles in Florida and Pennsyl-
vania for over 30 years. Members Certi-
fied Appraisers Guild Of America. Ap-
pointments are available. Please call us
anytime. Just ask us for a courteous and
professional consultation.
CertifiedAppraisals * Estates Bought & Sold
Adele
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AUDIENCES WANTED-People that Love
Banjo Music-Sing-along-Dixieland-Having
Fun! 727-368-0035.


ARTWORK FOR SALE-6101 3rd Ave. S. Sat.
9-2 or Call for Appt. 727-599-7885. Picasso,
Van Gough, Matisse, Plus Others. All Sizes.
SATURDAY 8a.m.- 5162 4th Ave. S. Lots of
Bargains!
FRI. & SAT. PASADENA-Isle 7:30-12:00pm.
Tools, Ladders, Hardware, Jewelry, Antique
Furniture, Collectibles, Clothes, Electric Fire-
place, Newer Sofa, Oak Dressers, Household,
niknax. 6991 S. Shore Dr. S. (opposite Palms
Hospital).
5309 16TH AVE. S. Friday 8a.m.-? Multi-fami-
ly, Baby, Everything goes.
LAST CHANCE MOVING SALE!-6101 3rd
Ave. S. Sat. 9-2pm. Kitchen or Dining room
Table. Seats 4-6., China Cabinets, Iron Glass
Coffee Table, 32" Sony TV, 13" RCA TV (both
very cheap). Exercise Bike/Balls/Mats, Misc.
Housewares, Kids Stuff, Jewelry and More.
ESTATE SALE-Cleaned Computer. HP Pavil-
ion Slimline. 500GB, Windows 7, Flat Screen.
Dell Printer, Speakers $300. obo Desk Avail-
able. Antique Dresser w/tilt Mirror. Never
Refinished. $300. obo Scooter Store Power
Chair. Never Used, but Cat Claw Damage.
Needs Battery. Make Offer. Daybed, White
Metal $65. Quilt, Pain Stakingly Hand Sewen.
Beautiful! $200. obo. Antique Coffee Table.
Half inch Solid Marble Top $100. Call to see.
727-322-9048.
ALLEY SALE -5021 24th Ave. S. Sat. 8a.m.
-12p.m. Antiques, collecitbles, art, furniture,
nice stuff.
ESTATE SALE-1113 63rd St. S. Gulfport. Sat.
9:am-3:00pm. & Sun. 9am-12:00. LR & BR
Furniture, Glassware, China, Lamps, Some
Collectibles. All Must Go!!

YABO FLEA MARKET
NOW OPEN!
Under New Management. Saturday 8:00am.
to 4:00pm. 4929 9th Ave. So. Gulfport.
MOVING SALE- Furniture & Misc. 5410 2nd
Ave. S. Saturday 8-2p.m.
Gabber June 23 - June 29, 2011


FOUND LARGE BLACK & WHITE PUPPY-
Large Ears, Approx 6 Mos. Old. Vicinity 9th
Ave S. & 58th St. Can be claimed at Animal
Control. Hotline # 727-582-2604.


PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never
Known to Fail) - Oh, most beautiful flower
of Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of
heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God,
Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity.
Oh, star of the sea, help me & show me here
you are my mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of
God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly
beseech you from the bottom of my heart to
succor me in my necessity (make request).
There are none that can withstand your pow-
er. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for
us who have recourse to thee. (3) times. Holy
Mother, I place this prayer in your hands. (3)
times.
Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days and
then you must publish it and it will be granted
to you. E.T.

DEAR HEART OF JESUS- In the past I have
asked for favors. This time I ask this special
one and take it dear heart of Jesus and place
it within your own broken heart where your Fa-
ther sees. it. Then in his merciful eyes it will
become your favor, not mine. Amen. Say this
prayer for (3) days, promise publication and
favor will be granted. Never known to fail. In
Grateful thanks. I will never stop trusting in
God and his power. L.M.C.
NEVER FAILING PRAYER TO ST. MICHAEL
- St. Michael, the Archangel, Defend Us In
Battle; Be Our Defense Against the Wicked-
ness and Snares of the Devil. May God Re-
buke Him We Humbly Pray; and Do You Oh
Prince of the Heavenly Host, By the Power
of God, Thrust Into Hell Satan and the Other
Evil Spirits Who Prowl About the World For the
Ruin of Souls. Amen. St. Michael, I Resort
to Your Protection and in My Faith, Offer This
Light Which Shall Burn Every Tuesday. Com-
fort Me in My Difficulties and While Lodging in
the House of Our Savior Intercede for Me and
My Family That We Will Be Able to Hold God
Close to Our Hearts and Be Provided for in All
of Our Necessities. I Beseech You, to Have
Infinite Pity in Regard to Favors I ask of You
(Name Them) So That I May Be Able To Over-
come All Difficulties as You Did the Dragons
at Your Feet. Our Father (Say 3 Times). Hail
Mary (Say 3 Times). Glory Be (Say 3 Times).
This Prayer is to be Said 9 Tuesdays, in Suc-
cession and Each Tuesday a Candle Shal
Be Lighted and a Copy of This Prayer Lft in
the Church to Help Another Soul in Distress
and Support the Devotion to St. Michael. This
Miraculous Saint Grants Everything, No Mat-
ter How Difficult, Before the Termination of 9
Tuesday. G.F.

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


UTILITIES INCLUDED- Gulfport Home, 8
blocks from Stetson, 15th Ave. & 54th St.
1200sqft. 2BR/1.5Ba., Den, screened porch,
tiled floors, skylights, fenced yard, Partially
Furnished. Avail. August. $1250/mo +Sec.
727-323-2549.
3BR/2BA GULFPORT HOME-Fenced Yard,
Hot Tub, Large Koi Pond, 2 Car Carport/Elec-
tric Gate $1100/Mo. Pets Ok. 5015 15th Ave.
S. 727-415-5947.
QUIET EFFICIENCIES -All utilities included.
$100/wk. and up. Handyman, possible live-in.
727-289-3588.
SPACIOUS FLORIDA ROOM- Kitchen, Bath,
Private Entrance, Steps to Beach, Clinton St.
S. $120/wk. includes all. 727-384-4371.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-St. Pete Studio
Apts. from $400/Mo., 1BR's from $500/Mo.,
2BR's from $600/Mo. Vouchers & Section 8
OK. 727-804-5596.
BLOCK HOME FOR RENT-2BR/1BA, Ga-
rage, Updated 1004sqft. Family room, W/D
hook-up, yearly. Call today. THE SUN TEAM
727-345-0099.
4551 3RD AVE. S.- 2BR/1BA, $795 & Secu-
rity. Call Mickey the Realtor, 727-322-8030.
GULFPORT LARGE 1BR/1BA APT.-Clean!
All Appliances, HVAC. Laundry on Premise.
Off St. Parking. 5 Blocks from Beach. $600/
Mo. $400/Security. 727-347-1017.
LAYLOW BUNGALOWS-Gulfport. 2BR $795/
Mo. +$400/Sec. 1 BR, $595/Mo. +$300/Secu-
rity. Clean, Coin W/D on site. Quiet. See pics
on Craigs list. 727-742-5140.
TENANT NOT PAYING - For Fast, Reason-
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 727-822-2200.
2BR/2BA CONDO-825/Mo. Pool, Clubhouse,
Pool Table, Beautiful Ceramic Tile & Wood
Floors, Convenient Location, Cats Ok. Cable
Included. 5 minutes from Beach. So. Pasa-
dena. Les Chateaux Condominium (near Pub-
lix) 727-215-4997. William Bolanz BEACH &
LUXURY, INC.
5612 18TH AVE. S.-Unfurnished Large 1BR
Gulfport Duplex. Recently Remodeled inside.
Alley Unit. $600/Mo. Yearly Lease. 1st Month
plus $600/Security. Available 8/1 727-343-
9309.
ST. PETERSBURG-1BR, Broadwater, 4340
37th St. S. Beautifully Spacious Newly Reno-
vated Condo, Large Living Room, Kitchen,
Dining Area, Bath Tile Floor, C/H/A, Pool, Pri-
vate Parking, Lawn Care & Much More. Must
See! $550/Mo. 727-343-7332.
5945 FAIRFIELD AVE. S.-1BR Apt. $525/Mo.
+$525/Security. Also 2BR. $625/Mo. +$625/
Security. Parking. 727-710-0776.
ST. PETE BEACH-Large Studio, $610/Mo.
Also 1BR, $630/Mo. Both Newly Renovated,
Both include Water/Garbage, Both Close to
Beach/Trolley. Also 1BR $625/Mo. Pasadena
(near Publix) 727-345-7036.
S. PASADENA BAY ISLAND-55+. Spec-
tacular Waterview. 1BR/1BA, Covered Park-
ing, 24hr Security. Million $ Clubhouse. Near
Beaches, Shopping, Transportation. $850/Mo.
352-394-6459.
4 ROOM 2ND STORY APT -All new, w/wash-
er/dryer hookup below. 435 1/2 5th Ave. N.
$700/Mo. 822-7999.













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CUTE 1/BR APT.
4162 3rd Ave. S. Newly Renovated. Huge Stor-
age included. Pets/Section 8 Ok. $475/Mo.
plus $475/Security 818-368-0809.
TOWNHOUSE CONDO-3445 41stTerr. S. 55+
Gated. 2BR/2.5BA, Kitchen with Washer/Dry-
er/Dishwasher. 1325sqft., florida room. Free
Cable, Pool, Tennis. $745/Mo. 504-319-4594.
1746 SCRANTON ST. S.- 3BR/1BA Tile/
Carpet Floors, W/D Hook-up, $900/Mo. $500
Security. Nice Neighborhood. Section 8 Okay.
727-463-5759.
GULFPORT DUPLEX-1/1 $650/Mo. 2/1 $750/
Mo. Clean, Cute Kitchens, Big Closets, Ceil-
ing Fans, CHA, Front Porch, Water/Garbage
Included. Smoke Free, 727-424-6085.
KENWOOD 2520 1ST AVE. N.-Refurbished
1 BR Very Nice $525/Mo. 727-543-1789. 729-
0385.
GULFPORT LARGE 1 BR-Upstair apt. w/deck.
Walk to library, beach & busline. Water & Elec-
tric included. $215/wk. 727-385-3654.
3BR/1BA DUPLEX-Tile floors, Washer/Dryer
hook-up. Near Woodlawn Park. Section 8 Ok.
$1000/Mo. $500/Security. Available 6/1 1700
13th Ave. N. 727-463-5759.
PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $14 per
issue. Call 321-6965.
GULFPORT 1BR-Newly Remodeled. Clean,
Quiet, Comfortable! Just right for 1 Person.
Private Patio, on-site Laundry. Well-managed
4 Family Complex. $575/Mo. +Security Dep.
Call 727-343-7921.
2BR/1BA HOUSE- Fenced yard, deck, stor-
age shed, CHA, washer/dryer, near Stetson,
Gulfport Art Village & Beach. Pets allowed.
$700/mo. First, last & security 727-224-9771.
SEASONAL RENTAL-In Gulfport. 2BR/1BA,
Furnished. Electric, Water & Cable Included.
Nice/Quiet. Close to Art District. $200/Wkly
plus Deposit. 727-321-5146.
SO. PASADENA LARGE 1BR/1BA- Com-
pletely Remodeled, Newer Appliances, In-
cludes Basic Cable. $750/Mo., First, Last,
Security. Easy access to grocery. Quiet Com-
munity. Pool, Laundry. 727-543-3291.
1BR APT. WITH LAKEVIEW-Clean & Quiet.
On Cul-de-Sac. Washer/Dryer. $650/Mo. A/C
& Utilities Included. Very Nice Condition! No
Dogs 727-637-4477.
FOR RENT/SALE-55+, Town Shores, Large
1st Floor End Unit, 2BR/2BA Condo, Beau-
tifully Renovated, Walk to Beach. 727-360-
8043.
TOWN SHORES 55+-Community. 2BR/2BA
Florida room Condo. Clean and Cozy. Pets Ok.
Some Utilities Paid. Available Now. $800/Mo.
727-460-8329.


WATERFRONT GATED-Condo. Year Round
Rental 55+, 1BR/1BA, Renovated. Pools and
Tennis. Small Pet, $700Mo. Non Refundable
$50. Credit Check. 727-479-4807.
1BR AND LARGE EFFICIENCY-From $575 -
$695/mo. Great location. 1st St. N. and 4th St.
N. location. Call 345-5460.

WE GO THERE! 321-6965


ST. PETE BEACH-Furnished Cozy 1BR.
Cable, Waterfront, Pool, Patio, Dock. Close to
Rec. Center. $695/Mo. +Security. RALSTONS
REALTY COMPANY 727-367-6702.

PASADENA
WATERFRONT
Bay Island 55+ Gated Community. 1BR/1BA
w/Wide Waterviews. Clubhouse, Pools, Close
to Beach. New Throughout w/Granite Coun-
tertops. Over $20K In Renovations. $850/Mo.
727-341-0023.


GOURMET CHEF'S MANSION- Rent a wing!
$175/wk. Includes utilities & cable. Over 30
please. 727-459-6937.
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
LADY TO RENT ROOM-in my Home. (Over
30). Private Bath, Cable, Kitchen & Laundry
Privileges. Call 727-347-5280.


OFFICE SPACE S. PASADENA- At Executive
Bldg. 727-209-0606 or 727-688-1927.



OPEN SUNDAY 14 CIEGA COVE
7037 Sunset Dr. S. #204 a
Totally Updated, Large balcony,
Water Views! $179,900
Misti Kehoe, Realtor RE/MAX METRO
727-744-1649
MistiKehoe@gmail.com



PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Starting at $14 per
issue. Call 321-6965.


CAUSEWAY VILLAGE-2BR/1.5BA, Carport,
Shed. New Air Conditioners and Water Heater.
Lot #543. $5000. obo. Call for details 727-744-
2244.


I'LL BUY YOUR HOUSE
Jerry Lehman
727-492-9065


FIVE TOWNS 55+ -2BR/2BA. Spacious. Move-
in Condition. W/D, Screened Balcony. Water
view. Cpt. Updated Kitchen, Fresh Paint. Ex-
cellent Amenities. 54th Ave. N. & Park St. Area.
$68,900. Call Helene. HELENE'S REALTY
727-410-7076.








Beach & Luxury Realty, Inc.
Charyl Curry Gargel
Real Estate Agent
* Multi-Million Dollar
Producer
*25 Years Full Time



Call Charyl if you're thinking of buying or selling
Cell: 727-643-1183
Email: Charylrealtor@yahoo.com


Hampton I Br Deluxe. Annual rental $7001mo. Rentals needed, renters lined up. Please call Kathy 343-7949




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HOME + INCOME UNIT-Gulfport, (15th Ave.
S.) 1200 sq.', 3BR/1.5BA. Cathedral ceilings,
All-tile floors, European cabinets, skylights,
etc. 300 sq.' Efficiency (legal) nets $400+
month. $125,000. By Owner. 727-323-2549.
LEASE WITH OPTION
Nice 3BR/1.5BA House. CHA, Completely
Renovated. Credit Check. Section 8 Ok. 3871
11th Ave. S. Available 6/1 727-343-7343 or
727-455-8998.
GET A LOAN TODAY
There has never been a better time to pur-
chase or refinance properties. Excellent rates!
Quick Closings! Ray Landes, NMLS#375456.
727-688-9804.
S. PASADENA CHATEAU TOWER-Condo.
Rent or Sale. Not 55+. 1BR/1.5BA, Wood
floors, Washer/Dryer, Carport, Fitness Center,
Pool, Petless Building. Maintenance fee Under
$300/Mo. Waterview. 727-347-1079.


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