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Title: Gabber
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Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport, Fla
Publication Date: 11-03-2011
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No. 2230 November 3 November 9, 2011 Gulfport Teen Council Addresses City LeadersThe Teens Present Their Ideas About Banning Smoking on Gulfports BeachBy Cathy Salustri When Gulfports teen council stepped forward to present their ideas on the citys proposed smoking ban, council and the residents reacted some with praise and others with criticism. Gulfport teen council members Nolan Slone, Laura Karbowski and Elizabeth Brown-Worthington spoke individually on behalf of the teen council. As discussed in the teen council meeting, Mr. Slone, on behalf of the teen council, suggested council ban smoking on the half of the beach closest to the recreation center and continue to allow smoking on the other half. has approached Gulfport city council. Although the teen council meets regularly it does not often meet with the city council as a whole. However, See Teen, page 36Its ofcial: No Smoking on Gulfport Beach, Sports Fields and Playgrounds After hearing an hour of comments from residents both for and against the proposed smoking ban, the ing on Gulfports beach, in its childrens play areas Councilmember Sam Henderson, who initially opposed the ban, said he liked the idea of not allowing smoking on playgrounds. Saying that you cant do it there is actually my favorite part of this, Councilman Henderson said of the ban on smoking in playgrounds and kids play areas. Although Gulfports teen council proposed making only half the beach nonsmoking (see related story) and many on council praised the teens for seeking compromise, council voted unanimously to pass the ban on the entire beach. The ban goes into effect immediately.Code Issues? Tell It to the Magistrate By the end of the month the city will start the process of hiring a special magistrate to handle code cases, although the process could take a couple months. Gulfport city council voted 4-1 to allow the city to hire a special magistrate. The magistrate will replace the citys current system, which makes use of the county court system for code violators. A special magistrate will serve as a judge and hold court. The magistrate will decide if someone violated the city ordinance and, if so, set a date by which If the property does not come into compliance as the magistrate requests, The city estimates such a magistrate would cost $8,400 (based on $150 an hour) and, if the city later determines the magistrate needs an assistant, a clerical assistant would cost $28,000.A Spooky Twist to Neighborly CarePhoto Courtesy Pam McGinnis Margaret Reilly, Pam McGinnis, Ann Calabrese, Betty Reith along with guests and Volunteers enjoy the Halloween fun at the Gulfport Senior Center Halloween Party, sponsored by Neighborly Care Network. The Neighborly Care Networks dining program at the Gulfport Senior Center celebrates Halloween with their annual Spooktacular Party. There were door prizes, costume prizes and lots of goblin good goodies!

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 3 Gulfport Lions Pancake Breakfast The Gulfport Lions Club is pleased to invite the public to join them in their Monies raised at these fund raisers go to support service projects on the local level as well as the national. At this time they are preparing for the Christmas Toy Shop. On Saturday, November 5th from 7 a.m. until 11 a.m. they will be serving all you can eat pancakes, sausage and scrambled eggs for a donation of only $5 in their club house on beautiful Boca Ciega Bay. The address is 4630 Tifton Drive S., right behind the Gulfport Marina. They hope to see you there. Historic Kenwoods BungalowFest Historic Kenwoods BungalowFest annual tour of restored bungalows with a juried art show and a designer show home. BungalowFest will feature tours of nine architecturally highlight the arts as a vital component of Historic Kenwoods goal of becoming known as the Neighborhood of the Arts. To support that goal, BungalowFest is rebranding itself as a A Celebration of Art and Architecture. The date is set for Saturday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The tour begins in Historic Kenwoods Seminole Park, Third Ave. N. and 29th Street N., in St. Petersburg. For more information, and to purchase advance discounted tickets, go to bungalowfest.org. Massachusetts Society to Meet The Massachusetts Society will have Wednesday, November 9th at 1 p.m. They cordially invite all Bay state neighbors and friends. Meeting is held at the Lions Club, 4630 Tifton Drive S. in Gulfport. Coffee and desserts will be served. MARSP The St. Petersburg Chapter of the Michigan Association of Retired School the year on Tuesday, November 8 at 11:30 a.m. at the Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1900 34 Street N. Those who are retirees and are not yet members of their Chapter are invited to attend. Susan Golden, founder and CEO of the Universal Music Day Foundation, will be their guest speaker. Call President Wendy Risk at 572-9854.

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4 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Gulfport Vision Last Thursday, Gulfport city council, top staff and department directors met in a day-long visioning session at city hall. The days events, moderated by the Florida Institute of Government out of the University of Central Florida, were the brainchild of freshman councilwoman Barbara Banno. I wanted it to help the city council members and staff work through a visioning plan and set goals for the city, councilwoman Banno said. I felt it was a good idea to bring in doesnt have any personal agendas. I wanted them to help us work as a team and really collaborate and prioritize what is best for the city. The session ran from 9 a.m. until about 4 p.m. last Thursday; it started with the moderator asking council how they would describe their ideal Gulfport in 2021. As the group worked through the day, they talked about what they saw as strengths, and weaknesses in the city. They also described opportunities for the city as well as threats to the community. challenges that would control how much of their vision they could achieve. Although the full report from the Institute of Government is not yet available, at the end of the day the city put these priorities at the top of its list: along 49th Street to improve Gulfport Boulevard departments code enforcement ordinances and processes of all city services and recognizes staff I couldnt be happier with the outcome, Banno said later. I think that she (the moderator) really guided us through that whole process. The Gabber will publish the full report once the city receives a copy.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 5 Pancreatic Cancer 5K Run/Walk Be part of a day of inspiration and against pancreatic cancer. The 3rd annual PurpleStride Tampa Bay 2011 will take place at Albert Whitted Park in St. Petersburg on Saturday, November 5 with registration/packet pick up opening 6:30 a.m. There are great incentives for fundraising and Cancer Action Network. There will also be a great post-race party with food, prizes and local vendors. Events include Timed 5k Run/ Walk, 1 Mile Family Walk and Youth races age 3 to 12. Pancreatic Cancer survivors may register for any event free. You can also form a team in memory of a loved one. Register at www.pancan.org/purplestride/. If you wish to be a sponsor or volunteer for the event please contact tconnolly@pancanvolunteer.org. Fore more information, call Ben Fudge at 727-360-9213. Pass-a-Grille Fish Broil and Mullet Festival This historic Pass-A-Grille event will be held Saturday, November 5 from 3-8 p.m. This years festival has a new location. It will be held in Hurley Park on 16th Ave. directly The Fish Broil and Mullet Festival for the Sunshine School. This community fundraiser was founded by Captain and Mrs. Kenneth Merry, who were very active in the community. Captain Merry and It was cooked on an outdoor gill made The tradition was kept alive by the alumni, families, and staff at the Sunshine School and Gulf Beaches Elementary. This historical event continues in the hands of Montessori by the Sea. The Fish Broil is a great family fun day with something for everyone. In addition to the fresh grilled mullet, veggie skewers and hot dogs will be available along with side dishes, drinks, and sweets. Activities for the house, face painting, relay races, and games. For the adults there will be a variety of vendors and a silent auction. Short and long sleeve t-shirts with this years new logo will be available for purchase. Opportunities to be a shirt or event sponsor are still available. Contact Amy Losoya at alosoya77@hotmail. com if you would like to be a vendor Beaches Historical Museum, St. Pete Beach Library, Tampa Bay Watch, Pass-A-Grilles 100th Anniversary, and Montessori by the Sea. Seniors Chat Room Celebrates 2nd Year table topics with the Gulfport Senior Centers Chat Room every Friday at 2 p.m. On Friday, November 4, they will be celebrating their second year. The Center is located at 5501 27 Avenue S. in Gulfport.

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6 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Gulfports First Friday Art Walk As the heat of summer begins to fade, fall Art Walks feature additional artistans and crafters. Gulfports First Friday Art Walk takes place on November 4th from 6-10 p.m. Purchase works from talented independent artists and crafters along Beach and Shore Boulevards, as well as the works of local authors and entertainers stretched over a half-mile up and down scenic Beach Boulevard. Live musicians, including The New Horizons Band and others will be appearing at venues throughout the Village. The Industrial Art Center continues to offer Blow Your Own Glass Masterpiece mini classes by master glass blower Jackie Ballard and the IAC team. Visitors can view the stars through St. Pete Astronomy Clubs state of the art telescopes, weather browsing the art and craft booths, dont miss Gulfports unique shops, boutiques and galleries. Enjoy dinner within the Art District, now one of the foremost dining destinations in the the 2011 Rand McNally/USA Today Best of the Road competition in the Best Food category. Gulfport Art Walk takes place on the First Friday and Third Saturday of every month, year-round. Parking is always free and free trolley rides are available from off-site parking areas. a new dining, shopping and cultural you discover Gulfports Waterfront Art District, Tampa Bays best kept secret to a really cool summer, youll want to come back for more. For information on the Gulfport Merchants Association and Gulfport events, please visit www.GulfportMA. com. The Gulfport Art Walk and event recorded information line is 866-ART-WALK. Artists and Crafters more information and download an application at www.SIKPromotions. com>Vendor Info. 3007 Beach Blvd. S., Gulfport. Auction to Benet Special Needs School Nina Harris Schools annual auction is scheduled for Friday, November 11. Previewing of items and dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. Bidding on live items will begin at 6:30 p.m. All activities and equipment at this special needs school. Nina Harris School is located at 6000 70 Avenue N. in Pinellas Park. Call Chris Stuckey at 727-547-7850. Public is welcome.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 7 Floridiana Festival & Highwaymen Show The annual indoor celebration of Florida souvenirs, memorabilia, and tropical dcor (with an emphasis on kitsch) returns to St. Petersburg on November 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. of vintage Florida fun from alligator join author Lu Vickers for a lecture mermaids (and maybe a real vintage mermaid or two in attendance). Featured also will be the original Florida Highwaymen artists. Artists appearing include Charles Walker, James Gibson, Issac Knight, Roy McLendon Sr., Willie Reagan, Carnell Smith, Curtis Arnett and Robert Lewis. Meet and mingle with these legendary African American artists, and enjoy a painting demonstration. The Garden Club of St. Petersburg is located at 500 Sunset Drive S., at the intersection of Park Street and Fifth Avenue S. in St. Petersburg. Show admission is $6; children under two years are $3. Contact Hula Hula Productions at 727-421-0441 or visit www.hulahula.biz. Costume Contest Winners This years Spooktakular Halloween Bash Costume Contest was amazing. There were many adorable and scary costumes that entered the Recreation Center. This years winners were as follows: AGES 0-1, 1st place Vance 3rd place, Ramsey Pahl; AGES 2-3, 1st place Yaharia Byrd, 2nd place, Veronica Brown, 3rd placeHaylee Hubbard; AGES 4-5, 1st place Benny Pompei, 2nd placeMichael Sweeney, 3rd placeEden Dorta; AGES 6-7, 1st placeChristian Reid, 2nd placeRosabella Bedwell, 3rd place Casidy Kurk, 2nd placeMatt Brimmer, 3rd placeVictoria Hinchman; AGES 10-12, 1st placeKemper Pheil, 2nd placeSarron Bright, 3rd placeCierra Scott; AGES 13-17, 1st placeSadie Chlapowski, 2nd placeTesa Black & Alley Schmidt, 3rd placeJohnathan McKevern and BEST FAMILY THEME 1st Place, The Hahn Family. Thank you judges, our many sponsors, volunteers (who had more fun than the children) and all that participated to make this event another success! We could not do it without you! Shell Club to hold Annual Sales Event The monthly meeting and special sales event of the St. Petersburg Shell Club will be held Friday, November 4th at 7 p.m. at the Seminole Recreation Center, 2nd 113th Street N. in Seminole. Meet and Greet starts at 6:30 p.m. There will also be a short program entitled Fossil Tiles in the Mall. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend this special annual sales event. There is no charge and plenty of free parking. Refreshments will be served. Call 727-867-6861 or visit www.stpeteshellclub.org. They meet once a month.

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8 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Gulfport Womens Club to Meet November 9th at Westminster Sun Coast on 6909 Dr. MLK St. S. in St. Petersburg. They need a head count so please call Phyllis at 347-3467 or Julie at 343-6587 as soon as possible. Lunch is at noon followed by the guest speaker, Cynthia Dean from the Gulfport Senior Center, Their calendar is planned for the forward to seeing you at all their meetings; some topics will be old and some will be new! They love to see new faces, so if youre looking to join a club with a worthy cause give them a call. Membership is $25 a year. Please call Joan at 345-5443. Their goal is to help the schools and seniors of Gulfport, even if it is in a small capacity. Any funds that are raised go back to their community. St. Anthonys to hold White Elephant Sale having a White Elephant Sale on Monday, November 14 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sale will be held in the Fishbowl (hospital cafeteria), 1200 Seventh Avenue N. St. Petersburg. Many items from household to personal are included at low prices. Plan on stopping by to shop. There is a treasure to please even the most critical shopper.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 9 Rebecca Townsend to Address St. Pete GOP Rebecca ODell Townsend, noted constitutional attorney will address the members and friends of the St. Petersburg Republican Club on Wednesday, November 9 at the Piccadilly Cafeteria located at 1900 34 Street N. in St. Petersburg. Her topic will be, Our Current Constitutional Crisis; the loss of Our Republican Form of Government. Following Ms. Townsends presentation, she will answer questions from the audience. Everyone is invited to attend and participate in the Question and Answer session. There is no charge for this event. For more information on this event and the clubs activities, call Gus Pries at 727-864-0312.

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10 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965 for more information on placing your ad in this special sectionPlaces of Worship

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 11 Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965 for more information on placing your ad in this special sectionPlaces of Worship Pilgrim Church to Hold Flea Market Sale On Saturday, November 5 from take place at Pilgrim Church, 6315 Central Avenue in St. Petersburg. There will be something for everyone clothing, books, games, toys, jewelry, linens, glassware, china, small appliances, etc. A silent auction will offer collectibles and new items. Snack bar will be open with outdoor seating, weather permitting. The sale is hosted by Pilgrims Womens Fellowship.

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12 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 The Constant Wife Opens Tonight The Gulfport Community Players will open Somerset Maughams The Constant Wife tonight at the Catherine A. Hickman Theater of Gulfport. This delightful play will run through November 13th. Dates and show times are as follows: Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays have an 8 p.m. curtain, while Sundays will have a 2 p.m. curtain. The Constant Wife is a play that was written way ahead of its timeway back in 1926. Women, at that time, werent supposed to have the that are now taken for granted. This plays leading character, Constance, did however. The play takes place in a London drawing room, lavishly decorated as in this play that looks ahead in time to showcase womens rights to Olga Kruse is the director of this play and she has a great cast including: Gianna Esposito, Billy Victor, Deborah Fretham, Kara Goldberg, Wendy Peacock, Annie Murren, Ralph Platt, Tom Palumbo, and Chris Spencer. Tickets are on sale for just $15 each and the Players invite you to join them for a great evening of live theater once again in Gulfport. Tickets are available at Eileens Resale Boutique, the Beach Bazaar, the Gulfport Casino, the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce, at the door, or call them at 727-322-0316 to have them put aside for you to pick up at Please visit their website at: http:// www.gulfportcommunityplayers.org for more information about this play and/or the Players. SPCREA to Meet The South Pinellas Retired Teachers Association (SPCREA) meets at 11 a.m. the second Thursday of each month from October through May at the Picccadilly Cafeteria, 19th Ave and 34th St. N. Meetings are open education whether here in Florida or elsewhere, including teachers, support personnel and administrators. The meeting begins at 12 noon with an activity planned by the hospitality committee. Ann Crum will present the program for November 10. She will impersonate either Betsy Ross or us how this American symbol came to be and the changes it has had over the years. The meeting adjourns by trips of interest to the group. Email Joyce Walters at jellen1943@yahoo. com for more information.

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14 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Lawsuit Settlement for the Beach?ST. PETE BEACH At noon Wednesday the St. Pete Beach commission offered $30,000 to Bruce Kadoura and Jim Andersen to settle all their lawsuits against St. Pete Beach. The two men are suing the city over comprehensive plan-related issues, including alleged Sunshine Law violations. These are the same cases that have been hanging out there, Commissioner Marvin Shavlan said Wednesday. This demonstrates that were trying to address their issues. The citys attorney Suzanne Van Wyk made the offer to Tim Weber, an attorney Mr. Kadoura asked to intervene with the settlement discussion. Im trying to get everyone together and be happy, thats all I know. There have been negotiations throughout the week, attorney Weber said. He added that the citys offer addresses both parties and asks them both to settle their cases, although Mr. Weber intervened only on behalf of Mr. Kadoura. He also said the citys offer is a counter offer to one Mr. Kadoura previously proposed. The offer, Mr. Weber said, has been communicated but could not speak as to what Mr. Andersen would do, as he says he has never met him. Read this article online to view the citys complete offer. Art Arbor Festival this Weekend Looking for something fun to do with the whole family? Make plans to attend the 32nd Annual Art Arbor Festival on Saturday and Sunday, November 5 and 6 at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve in St. Petersburg! There will be live music and fascinating programs about Florida wildlife all day, and helpful demonstrations on all kinds of topics relating to nature and your home environment. Add to that free guided tours of the preserve, arts and crafts, a yummy food court, a native and and it all adds up to fun for the whole family! Adjacent to the festival grounds, visit the birds of prey in their aviary and the Environmental Education Center to see The Ripple Effect, an preserve. For you athletic types, theres the 5K Raccoon Run and Fun Walk Supermarkets, along the lovely, shaded trails of the preserve. You can register for that event by calling the Preserve at 893-7326 or logging on to www.friendsofboydhill.org. Boyd Hill Nature Preserve is located along the shores of Lake Maggiore in south St. Petersburg. The Art Arbor Festival, co-sponsored by The Friends of Boyd Hill Nature Preserve and The City of St. Petersburg, is the primary fund-raising activity of the Friends of Boyd Hill Nature Preserve.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 15 The City of Gulfport would like to send special recognition and thanks to all who participated in the 2011 Spooktacular Halloween BashPresenters The City of Gulfport Gulfport City Departments GEMS Leisure Services Department Police Department Public Works Department Recreation Division Sponsors Act 1 Promotions Gulf Coast Seafood Gulfport Gabber La Cote Basque Notable Works Reef Dog Safety Tire Susies Suds Tisdale Construction Volunteers C.E.R.T. Gulfport Teen Council Stetson College of Law Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity Pat Acker Seth Adams Christine Barry Joan Barry Ricky Cottrell Lorraine Del Bene Paul Latragna Mary Ann McGinnis Pam McGinnis Janice Ryan Delia Saavedra Mary Stull Rita Thompson Learn how to Master the Rules of the Road The United States Power Squadrons Seminar Series, Mastering the Rules of the Road, will be presented by the St. Petersburg Sail and Power Squadron on This seminar provides a starting point for those preparing to take the USCG operation. Materials provided include McGraw-Hills publication, The One Minute Guide to the Nautical Rules of the Road by Charlie Wing and copies of the Power Point Slides with space for student notes. The seminar will be held at St. Petersburg Sailing Center, 250 Second Avenue SE, Demens Landing, St. students. Pre-registration is required. Contact www.boating-stpete.org.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 17 South Pasadena Civic Association The South Pasadena Civic Association is sponsoring their annual Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday, November 12 at 5:30 p.m. in city hall. The cost is $12 for members or $14 for nonmembers. For tickets call Agnes at 347-5292. Ten games of bingo will be played after dinner. Also the Civic Association will be going to Hard Rock on Monday, December 5th. Call for reservations. Annual Fall Corey Merchant Sale Days Nov 9-12th, 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Over 17 Corey merchants will be loading up the will start your Holiday shopping off with a bang! Clothing, jewelry, arts/crafts, home decor, shells and shoes! Refreshments in participating stores. Corey Avenue is located just off Gulf Blvd. in downtown St Pete Beach. Free parking. Call 727-498-8778 or visit www.coreyave.com. Kiwanis to hold First Annual Prayer Breakfast Sunshine City Kiwanis will hold on Saturday, November 12 at 8 a.m. at First Baptist Church, 1900 Gandy Boulevard in St. Petersburg. RSVP to 727-576-5508. Ben Collins from the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at Stetson University, Deland, FL will be the speaker. All are welcome. There is no charge.Boca Ciega High Presents Our Town The Boca Ciega Pirate Players will present Thornton Wilders classic play Our Town November 17-19 at 7 p.m. in the BCHS main auditorium. Tickets are $5 and will be sold at the door. First produced in 1938, the PulitzerPrize winning play has become an American stage treasure and is Wilders most renowned and frequently performed play. Set at the turn of the 20th century, the play reveals the ordinary lives of the people in the small town of Grovers Corners, New Hampshire. The show features many of Bogies Rachael Goetsch as Emily Webb and Jordan Merritt as George Gibbs. Mr. Scott Durspek will be making a special appearance as the Stage Manager. Other performers include Emily Matthews (Mrs. Gibbs), Daniel Knoll (Mr. Gibbs), Carson Evans (Mr. Webb), Stephanie Freshman (Mrs. Webb), Anthony Vieira (Simon Stimson), Nicholas Massanet (Howie Newsome) and Danielle Anderson (Mrs. Soames).

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18 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 This Weeks Solution be on November 10th for a garden walk at Mickey Vaughns home. Her address is 5218 Tangerine Ave. S.; please be there by 10 a.m. Following the garden walk, members will go to Joyce McMahons home at 2614 Beach Blvd. S. for a Halloween garden party. Those who want to carpool should meet at the Gulfport Library parking lot at about 9:45 a.m. Get some friends together and join the fun. Gu lfpo rt G ar den & B ird Club

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 19 The Gabs What one word would you use to describe Gulfport?Lena Mastro, Tarpon Springs: Quiet. Donna Stasiuk, South Pasadena: Quaint. Tammy Bowman, Douglassville, PA : Artistic. Lee Mauger, Douglassville, PA: Quaint. Lighted Boat Parade Calling for Entries ST. PETE BEACHThe St. Pete Beach and South Pasadena Holiday Lighted Boat Parade is seeking participants for this years event. The Lighted Boat Parade is a timehonored tradition, making its way past St. Pete Beach and South Pasadena residences through the waters of Boca Ciega Bay. There is no fee to enter and tons of cash and prizes are given away to winners for best decorated boats in several different categories. The deadline to enter this years parade is Tuesday, December 6th. Entry forms can be downloaded from www.spbrec.com and returned 363-9245 to register your boat and join the beachs best holiday tradition.

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20 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Letters Quit it! Dear Editor: What is it going to take to get our City Council members to start listening to the Gulfport citizens? Do we need to Occupy Gulfport? Should we march up and down Gulfport Blvd. waving picket signs? Smokers not welcome in Gulfport!, For Sale Boat and RV!, Sorry if my lawn furniture offends you! We need our dispatch!. tell us what color we can paint our houses? What plants we may or may not plant in our yards? Enough is enough! STOP!!! What is wrong with Gulfport now? We love it! Thats why we live here! Bill & Mary OrzechDont Confuse Funky with Junky Dear Editor: Long gone are the days where folks owned acres of property and their neighbors couldnt even see them. Now, in small town America, we own small plats of land... therefore sharing the landscape of our neighborhood. I want Gulfport to have its own colorful, quirky, artsy, imaginative personality, but let us not confuse FUNKY with JUNKY. Whatever our neighbors have on their property does affect us. If we have a personal homestead, homes for rent or for sale, the condition of the neighbors home and property has a direct affect on the neighborhood and can certainly hurt the property values for all of us. If you want grandmas sofa, a boat, motor or a broken down car -okeedokeejust put them in your side or backyard and close them in with a 6 foot slatted fence or tall shrubbery around it, not in the visual landscape of our neighborhood. It is the neighborly thing to do. (Perhaps the Boyscouts, Girl Scouts and good neighbors could assist senior citizens and disabled people.) Dolly TickellClarication Dear Editor: For the past 2 weeks, I have been reading the Gabber, posts on the Internet, and e-mails. I have also been speaking to many citizens on the street. The major issue is CODE ENFORCEMENT. I hope by writing this I can clear up a few concerns. The councils goal was to identify the most complaint-driven code violations received by the city. We were then going to review the codes, and make recommendations for any changes or updates, IF ANY. The workshop was scheduled for October 18 and this would have would have been able to discuss our thoughts on these issues together openly. We ran out of time and did not get the opportunity to speak on any of these ordinances that were brought forward for us to review. We will hold a town meeting at the Gulfport Senior Center at 7 p.m. on November 15. You will have a chance to tell us how you feel at that time, but, as I promised during my campaign, I am always available to all the citys residents, and I encourage you to stop by the restaurant, call me at 727252-9366, or e-mail me at bbanno@ mygulfport.us. My goal for reviewing these ordinances is to keep Gulfports small town charm and character while maintaining a level of respectful organization that we ALL can enjoy. I also hope to achieve a more fair and equitable enforcement of codes, and for us as a city, to be proactive and not complaint-driven. In closing, I have a boat parked in my yard, and am all for keeping the Barbara Banno City Council Member, Ward 2Live-Aboards Not so Good Dear Editor: It has come to my attention through the Gabber that the City of Gulfport (City) is entertaining thoughts of allowing full-time live aboard slips/vessels in the City Marina. I have traveled to many ports, mooring in many marinas, and it is not a sound business policy to setting, such as we enjoy in Gulfport. It is similar to the scenario of having a few blighted homes compromise an entire neighborhood. Here are a few of my observations with regard to deteriorating conditions when liveaboard slips are allowed. contracts, the City would have virtually no control of the vessel/slip as to its condition, sanitary sewer discharge, pet practices by residents, rentals of the vessel to others, vehicle and recreational equipment parking and accumulated junk on decks and docks. the potential liability to the City when a population is living on City property, and associated additional costs for garbage collection, water use, sanitary sewer use and control of the number of live-aboard residents. conflict between the pleasure-boat owners and the live-aboard residents. The live-aboard community usually organizes to make demands, and in general is interested in furthering their own agenda and not the well being of the marina as a whole. repercussion is the potential for the Dock Master to become a landlord, thus diminishing his or her time to manage City Marina business and run a smooth and pleasurable marina environment. In conclusion, if it is your goal to give this beautiful City of Gulfport Marina a permanent black eye, then consider adding live-aboard vessels. If it is your goal to improve the marina for the good of the City and all of its residents, please remove live-aboard vessels from consideration as an option for increasing revenue. Capt. Stephen F. DossThe following letters are in response to Bill Northrops Oct. 27, 2011 column Mob Rule Dear Bill Northrop: A Mob is esp. one that is disorderly and intent on causing trouble or violence according to Dictionary.com. By this any group of people could be called a Mob, like the Tea Party, or perhaps that should only be used with its group of people intending to do harm to others or property, in which case the Occupy Wall Street is not one. While I do not know you personally

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 21 to know if you have ever bothered to actually go to an assembly that an Occupy has held, I would greatly fear for you if you had and still wrote that article you titled Mob Rule. For this, I shall try my very best to inform you of what you have grievously misrepresented in your article by giving you facts, sources, news journals, and testimonies of actual members, all that will have a link so you may further you education on what Occupy Wall Street actually is, in this e-mail. of itself entails [Occupy Wall Street Members] are using the revolutionary Arab Spring tactic to achieve our ends and encourage the safety of all participants. (1) In case you are unfamiliar with Arab Spring since anything remotely mentioning the Middle East makes everything after-words sound like terrorism, it is actual the use of protests, boycotting, and general demonstrations through non-violence with the help of social media to spread work, civil uprisings in Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen; major protests in Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, and Oman and minor protests in Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Western Sahara Clashes at the borders of Israel in May 2011 have also been inspired by the regional Arab Spring. (2) The actual Occupy Wall Street movement does not condone violence in any manner. This is a forefront of all gatherings by the members that they should never attack or harm another member, the police, or public citizens regardless of what happens. To become a violent group would not only go against what they are trying to achieve, it would also cause them to no longer be considered a protest but a riot. If they truly became what you are stating, in which they or a majority is [Professional dissenters and so-called activists and community organizers... socialist and communist professional organizers (3) then they would have become a violent group in general. As with any demonstration, there are disorganized crime that happens with select few of the groups. The majority are non-violent and seem to be lumped into groups by article. The list you give goes as such anarchists, freeloaders, druggies, socialists, the American Nazi Party, the Communist Party, people hiding out from arrest warrants, the homeless, nudists, artists, poets, religious activists, politicians, thieves, anti-capitalists, anti-war activists, foreigners, professional agitators, community organizers, the unemployed, the employed and some people actually concerned for the country. (3) I do believe I fail to see if you were only trying to show the broad range of people that the movement note that none of those people apparently care about the future of the country, seems to lead towards the no side. I do have to ask, if the rest of everyone you listed isnt concerned for the country, then seems the encompassing employed and unemployed summed up everyone, unless you are referring to the 14-year-old who was arrested in a protest (4) as being the some people actually concerned for the country(3) since a child who cannot have work surely isnt employed or unemployed by standards? While I cannot contest that homeless, who to be fair were probably living in those parks to begin with, have been attracted to the movement if for nothing else than the food that is provided, I can content with most of those. For the American Nazi Party, I do believe they have this to say about any sort of movement American or ranks, we do not engage in undo publicity through pointless and dangerous Rallies or Marches. We instead stress Small Cell, and Individual Activism as the path for which to build our Movement, as securely and in a responsible manner as possible. (5) As a group, they no longer side with any party or movement. This means, as a group they do not support the Occupy Wall Street movement. Of course, as an individual a member could go to an assembly, but I doubt they want to be around a group that is a leaderless resistance movement with people of many colors, genders and political persuasions (1) since their only goal is for white power. The Socialist Party does support the movement, and with good reason. The two groups both want a complete reform of the government system, a more fair system in which the top 1% of Americans do not control all the wealth, while the Socialist Party wants a reform for the purpose of everyone having an equal share with no wealthy people left. Same action, but they want completely different results. This is the same for many of the mentioned groups. Anti-capitalists, anti-war activists, and the unemployed have plenty of reasons to want a reform of the system, but their goals for what that reform should be is different. Anti-capitalists want a demolish of the capitalist system, Occupy Wall Street wants a reform. Anti-war activists want the wars to end, so does Occupy Wall Street but they still want military just not us policing the whole world while we drown in debt. The unemployed have one of the best reasons to want a reform when our national unemployment is still in the 9% range. As an artist and an employed person I can tell you I support the movement for various reasons. I do not support everything they are hoping to gain but that, like politics, is the norm. I support the reform of the government, that is affordable for all. The top rate than most Americans. Keep in mind that even if youre in the top bracket of 35 percent, you dont pay 15 percent on the money between $17,000 and $69,000, and so on. (6) As for Health Care, why can Canada have health care, yet we do not? Isnt Medicare and Medicaid a form of Universal Health Care? place, people fought it tooth and nail, calling it socialism. The same happened when Social Security was put into place in 1935. Prior to it, any help to the poor from the government was seen as shame. Relief was made as unpleasant as possible in order to discourage dependency. Those receiving relief could lose their personal property, the right (cont.) Letters (cont.)

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22 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 By Fred WilderNovember Money Prize Show The Art Guild is seeking artists to enter its money prize show. It will be awarding $400 in prizes to the winners. The show is open to all. Entry date is Thursday, November 3 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Treasure Island City Hall Auditorium, 120 108th Avenue. Entry fee is $10 members and $20 non-members. Membership is $30 yearly. There will be a reception for the winners on Saturday, November 12th at 1 p.m. There will be an art demonstration by an artist. Refreshments will be served. The Art Guild has workshops on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. We also have basic drawing and basic watercolor classes on Monday. For more information visit www. treasureislandartguild.org or call Fred at 360-8390. to vote, the right to move, and in some cases were required to wear a large P on their clothing to announce their status. (7) By these standards listed above, your article is not only a gross misrepresentation of the group itself, its an insult. The fact that you represent the Tea Party, whom named themselves after Americas most celebrated act of vandalism, as a non-violent protest group is also an insult. The Tea Party has the most verbal targeted attacks I have ever had the disgrace to see, yet they are respected while Occupy Wall Street is called a Mob and Riot, or mocked because they use social media to get their points across, like the Tea Party does when it televises its meetings. In short, your article is false and should be either repealed or at the very least, you should learn to research your facts prior to stating your bias opinions on a media format.Kristin Bender Dear Bill: You missed a few people in your list of Bogeymen who allegedly make up and support the Occupy Wall Street Movement. I didnt see a reference to Al Qaeda Terrorists, Al Gore, Jane Fonda, or Osama Bin Laden (he would have made the list if he was alive, wouldnt he?). I think it is important to remember this country was founded by acts of protest. Im certain the Loyalists during the American revolution looked upon Samuel Adams, Thomas Paine, Paul Revere and other Sons of Liberty with the same disdain you heap upon the Occupy Wall Street Movement. The American Revolution included active insurrection. In 1773 a Mob left the Old South Meeting House and went to Boston Harbor. The Mobs Destruction of the Tea was later known as the Boston Tea Party. In contrast, the Occupy Wall Street protests have primarily been peaceful. Peaceful assembly and protest, waving signs, and the right to public speech are fundamental rights under our constitution. incomes of households in the top 1% of households grew by 275% between the bottom 20% of households grew by 17%. If you cannot answer Yes to Ronald Regans question Are you better off than you were four years ago?, you have begun to identify your share of the problem. Whether you believe the current economic crisis is the result of government intervention, or a lack of government oversight, the result is the same. The solution is more elusive. It is easy to blame the government if you do not agree with the policies in effect. Would we have needed bank not invented credit default swaps (insurance) without requiring companies have the reserves to pay claims? Would so many questionable loans been underwritten if the lender planned to keep and service the loan, rather than immediately sell it to an investor? Would so many businesses have closed, leaving people unemployed or under employed, if our government had adopted different policies? There is rarely an I must disagree with your statement There is nothing positive, uplifting, hopeful about the Occupy movement. The fact that the media, the politicians, and the general public are talking about the movement a solution until we identify and understand the problem. We cannot move past political gridlock until we the people insist our representatives face important issues, and take steps to resolve them. We cant sweep this one under the rug, or kick the can down the road. Nothing ever good comes from a States of America.Craig Frethem Dear Bill: Thank you for the crafted and sensibly laid out for all to of this misguided group. It was very whats their beef ? Please keep up opinions, and defending freedom. Malcolm BlackLetters (cont.)

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24 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 By Matthew Margolis Act To Bring Down Puppy Mills Puppy mills have been around for more than half a century. In the postWorld War II boom, more disposable income and leisure time met with farmers actively searching for alternative crops -a collision that led to the phenomenon of the retail dog. Pet stores sprouted and multiplied as money-minded individuals realized the irresistible appeal of that puppy in the window. With this new industry, along with with living creatures, came abuses that necessitated new regulation. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Animal Welfare Act, which became -and remains -the minimally acceptable standard for animal treatment and care. The USDA is the primary party charged with the enforcement of the AWA. By all reasonable standards, its performance has been grossly uninspired, particularly in the area of commercial cat and dog breeding -a.k.a. puppy mills. Like a lot of legislation, the AWA came with a loophole: It allows commercial breeders who sell puppies online and directly to the public to escape licensing and regulation -a problem that was compounded by the advent and ensuing popularity of the internet. Pending in Congress today, the 2011 Puppy Uniform Protection and Safety Act closes that loophole. It brings all commercial dog breeders under federal oversight, and it mandates most of whom never see the outside of a cage. conditions of puppy mills, said Cori Menkin, senior director of the puppy mills campaign at the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty loophole allows many commercial breeders to operate without a license and without any inspection -meaning they are not accountable to anyone for their breeding and care standards. Thousands of animal lovers across the country are bringing the issue of puppy mills directly to the presidents attention, said Melanie Kahn, senior director of the Puppy Mills Campaign for the Humane Society of the United States. The petition asks the president to close a loophole that permits large-scale, commercial breeders who sell puppies online and directly to the public to escape basic oversight and minimal animal care standards. These animal welfare behemoths, along with hundreds of like-minded organizations, are calling on the Obama administration to help put an end to the puppy mill industry. On the local level, cities and municipalities such as West Hollywood, Calif., and banned the retail sale of dogs and cats. Here are some ways you can help: -Email your U.S. representatives and senators today and ask them to support and co-sponsor the PUPS Act. -Visit wh.gov/gdb to add your name to the White House petition. -Do not buy food, supplies or animals from any store or outlet that sells companion animals. -Do not order a dog or cat off a website. There are many valuable websites are in need of a good home, including the sites of most local animal shelters, rescue groups and sanctuaries. In almost all cases, an in-person visit is -and should be -required. Note: The difference between paying an adoption fee and buying a dog is huge. An adoption fee helps subsidize the cost of shelter and basic care for homeless and rescued animals. When you buy a dog from a pet store or order one off a website, you are providing life-sustaining revenue to an industry that breeds animals of no more homeless pets that much harder to reach.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 25 Eat at the Gulfport Senior CenterSenior Center Snack Bar Open 8 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. Breakfast Sandwiches, Bagels & Danish Hot Dogs, Hot/Cold Sandwiches Pizza every Wednesday! Coffee, Tea, Sodas Great prices! Daily Specials Noon Dining offered by Neighborly Care Network Hot Lunch Mon. thru Fri. Must be 60 or over. Call Christina at 344-2111 to register (5 day processing time) Meals on Wheels for Homebound Contact Pat Hazell at 5501 27 Avenue S. in GulfportBeach Community Development Director ResignsBy Cathy Salustri St. Pete Beachs Community Development Director Karl Holley will leave the city as of November 11. wrote in his letter of resignation, dated October 28. Mr. Holley has led the citys community development department as the city created its comprehensive plan, which serves as a blueprint for the citys redevelopment. Although several lawsuits against the city involved the plan, these suits focused on the commissions involvement with the plan rather than Mr. Holleys work on the plan. The outgoing community development director of seven years assured city could manage the works in progress as the city looked for a replacement director. consult with the city about any outstanding issues. Well do it ourselves. It usually takes a couple of months; I would think we afternoon. He also said he had no candidates in mind. I havent included or precluded anybody, he said. The citys Community Development department oversees planning and zoning, building services and code enforcement issues in St. Pete Beach. It also issues Contact Cathy Salustri at CathySalustri@theGabber.com.

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26 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 By Holiday Mathis Its a sensual week under the Scorpio sun, featuring the full Taurus moon on Wednesday. Taurus rules money, money can buy. And while most of the best of lifes delights are not for sale, many are. With a heightened sense of Wednesday, as well, inspiring lofty dreams. ARIES (March 21-April 19). You have a quiet power this week, which youll use to forward your agenda to do good in the world. Your ideas will be adopted, but not because you stand up and lead the way. Instead, you align with others and reinforce with your actions that you are one of within the group. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You may not be as content with the number and depth of your friendships as you once were. You need something more from your social circle. As soon as you want -if not out loud, then at least in your prayers and/or your diary. Your request. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Henry David Thoreau said, Things do not change, we change. Clearly, he didnt live in the computer age, when both things and people are changing together more quickly than ever. Youll enjoy doing what it takes to stay current. Youll be amazingly productive. Be careful to stay balanced, as well. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You may feel a little out of sync at the start of the week for reasons you cant quite discern. Its really an opportunity to open up your eyes and ears. The more observant you are the quicker youll get back in step with those around you. By Wednesday, your good fortune lets you know that your timing is perfect. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Sometimes you wonder why everything has to be so compartmentalized when it comes to emotions. Why is it acceptable to laugh or cry at the movies, but not on the job? Youll invest great passion into many areas of life, including work. So dont be surprised if your feelings are stronger than is acceptable. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your that seem to tell a wild, barely comprehensible and incomplete story. As fragmented as those pictures may be, there is real wisdom hidden inside them. Dare to delve into and analyze them on a deeper level. A book or guide could help you decipher the golden information. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your self-imposed limitations serve a noble purpose. They keep your life manageable and orderly. Still, you have the sneaking suspicion that its things get out of hand. Growth is usually a bit messy and awkward, SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Some people come into your life to teach, help and mold you over the years. Both kinds of relationships are important to your development. Youll welcome whatever connection comes up this week, as you are aware that it will change you at least for a while. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You will realize that you have two goals that oppose each other. Once obvious, your challenge will be in deciding which one to let go. Moving forward depends on this. We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once. -Calvin Coolidge. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). It may surprise you that there are people who wake up in the morning thinking: How can I have the most fun today? Its a mindset for you to try on. A quest for enjoyment will increase your productivity and enhance your creativity, too. The happier you are the more you turn out compelling, essential work. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Usually, vision comes before venture, but you are open to an alternative sequence. Your impulses may be inspired to make a move before you have a picture in your Honor the instinct, and things work out well for you. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You area and a total newbie in another. hand makes your intellectual prowess seem fragile. Smarts arent everything. Your great emotional intelligence will carry you through awkward learning stages, and youll be up to speed in no time. This Weeks Birthdays : The concentrated effort you give your work will lead to favorable reviews and a promotion. Theres a shift in your priorities in 2012, and once the date changes, youll almost immediately begin thinking about yourself in an entirely different light. February. Things take a happy turn in your personal life. Youll thrill to the sound of your loves voice telling you just what you want to hear. Develop your mind in the spring, and new opportunities arise. Music at Gulfport Beach PavilionFor info, call J at 727-688-3040Monday, 1-3:00 p.m. Karaoke by The Toonsters, J & Lolita Tuesday, 1-3:00 p.m. Mark Blackwood and his HarmonicaWednesday, 1-3:00 p.m. ReservedThursday, 1-3:00 p.m. Karaoke by Cookie and Dave Friday, 2-4:00 p.m. Entertainment by Geno Saturday, 1-3:00 p.m. Entertainment by Over Due Bill Sunday, 1-3:00 p.m. Entertainment by Woody Weather permitting

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 27 Experience a Day as a Law Student law student at Stetsons Law School Information Day on November 12. Attend classes, have lunch with current law students, meet worldaid options for attending law school from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 12, at Stetson Laws Gulfport campus at 1401 61st Street S. Visit us for a day and learn more about why we attract the top advocates in the country, said Admissions and Student Financial Planning. Our staff, students and faculty look forward to providing visitors with insight into the Stetson The day-long event is designed for school, tour campus, visit courtrooms and get an overview of life as a law student. Stetson has offered this program for more than 10 years. and to register for this free event, please visit Stetson online at http:// www.law.stetson.edu/admissions/ home/stetson-law-information-day. php. The preferred deadline to register is November 7. For more information, call Stetsons Financial Planning at 727-562-7802 or e-mail lawadmit@law.stetson.edu. Audition for The Curious Savage The Gulfport Community Players will be holding auditions for John Patricks, The Curious Savage on Monday, November 7 and Tuesday, November 8. Auditions will begin at 7 p.m. and will be held at the Players Back Door Theater located at 1619 49 Street S. in Gulfport. Visit http:// www.gulfportcommunityplayers. org and there is a map on this site showing just how to get to the Back Door Theater. Auditions will be cold script reading and please arrive a few minutes between November 10 through December 31. In order to take a role in this play, you must be fully available from January 1 through January 22nd, 2012. The director for this play will be Eileen Navarro and she will need (ages 20-50), including one man (age 20-40) who should be robust and plump. Eileen will also need a young boy (age 3-5) for a non-speaking role three evenings per week. This play is a heart warming comedy that tells the story of Ethel Savage who has been committed to a sanatarium by her children, hoping to bring her to her senses, so they can get their hands on the $10 million her late husband left her. The play takes place in The Cloisters, a genteel asylum for guests struggling to cope with some kind of mental problem. The play will run for three weeks from January 5-22nd at the Hickman Theater of Gulfport. The Players welcome everyone to try out for a part, no matter what your range of

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28 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Senior Center 5501 27 Ave. Recreation Center 5730 Shore Blvd. So 893-1068Gulfport Library 5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074 or fax 893-1072 Sri Chimnoy, video presentation, multi-talented artist for World Peace. One-hour program presented by Tilvila Hurwit, RESCHEDULED for Thursday, November 10 from 6:00 7:00 pm. Paws 2 Read to Monty, Reading Therapy Dog on Saturday, November 5 from 10:30 11:30 am. Children ages 5 and up are invited to join Monty & Lisa in the Youth Services area. National Gaming Day@Your Library: Saturday, November 12 from 10:30 am 3:30 pm for ages 12 & up. Board games, card games, & video games. Come & get your game on! Coffee/Talk Book Club: Thursday, November 17, 10:00 am. Discussion of Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe. Books & discussion guides available at the Reference Desk. Crafts Club for All Ages: Miss Pat is back! Saturday, November 19, 1:30 3:00 pm. She will lead participants in creating decorations in the spirit of the season. Free Family Movie Day: Saturday, November 19, 11:00 am.: Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Parts 1 & 2. Enjoy with free popcorn provided by the Library! FMI, call 893-1074. Genealogy Assistance. Saturday, Noadvice while using traditional and online resources for researching family history. Read to Linda, one of our staff members: Mondays, 2:003:00pm. Sign up for a 15-minute time slot at the Circulation Desk. All ages welcome. One-on-One Computer Instruction: Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:30 amFree Thinkers Open AA (Twelve Step) Meeting: Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45 pm. FMI: Call 727-323-7660. Gulfport Creative Short Story Writers: Wednesdays at 10:00 am. Game on! Teen Board Game Afternoons: Wednesdays from 2:30-4:30pm. Stop by after school to challenge your opponents! World Harmony Art Exhibit: Display of artworks by Sri Chimnoy. The late artist was renowned worldwide for his colorful paintings promoting peace. Frances Purdy Friends Room Gallery Walls. 5500 Shore Blvd. So. 893-1070 1940s USO SWING DANCE 18 pc. TEN OCLOCK BAND Fri., Nov. 4, 8pm-12:30am $12 Advance, $15 Day of www.swingtime.info MARIO DELEONS BAND Social & Ballroom Dancing Sun., Nov. 6, 6-10pm, $7 WEEKLY DANCES Every Tuesday Ballroom Lessons 12-3pm, $7 12-1 Intermediate 1-2 Beginner 2-3 Dancing Argentine Tango 6:30-10:30pm, $7 6:30-8pm Lesson, 8-10:30pm Dance Every Wednesday Swing Dance 6-7pm Blues lesson 7-8pm East Coast Swing lesson 8-11pm Swing Dance $7 Every Thursday Salsa Dance 6:30-8pm Beg. & Inter. Lessons 8-10pm Dance, $7 RECREATION WEBSITE -www.mygulf port.us and follow the links: City Departments, Leisure services, Rec. Center. ACTIVITIES Open Gym Tues., 6-9 p.m. and Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Annual reg. $2 res./$22 non-resident The Game Roomwill be closed from Monday, October 10Friday, November 4 while the Haunted House is under construction. PROGRAMS 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR CHILD CARE PROGRAM The School Year Child Care Program is for children entering Kindergarten thru age 14. It is also a quality program which provides a nur turing atmosphere where each child has ational, social, creative and enriching activities at a cost affordable to families. The program is licensed by the Pinellas County License Board. Non-refundable annual registration fee is $17 for residents and $110 for non-residents. Program hours Hours of registration are MondayFriday from 9:00 a.m.:00 p.m. 2011-2012 TEEN NIGHT PROGRAM The Teen Night Program is a great hang out for teens in middle school to age 18 (if still in high school). It provides recreation and social activities. It also offers monthly and service projects. The teens utilize the gymnasium, gameroom and outdoor area. Program hours are Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$22 non-res. 2011-2012 TOT TIME & VPK PROGRAMS The Tot Time & VPK Program is a pre-school, hands-on program for chil dren ages 3-5. VPK is FREE for children who live in Florida and who have turned 4 years of age by September 1st. Both programs aim to make learning fun for children and help prepare them for Kindergarten. The Tot Time Program cost is a non-refundable annual registration fee of $17 for residents and $110 for non-resi ly options available. Proof of residency is required for Gulfport residents. The VPK Program is FREE but parents must apply at Coordinated Child Care to receive are limited to 10 children each. Program hours are from 8:30a.m.-12:30p.m. Hours for registration are from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Call 893-1068 for more information. NEW CLASSESInterested in teaching a class? Call John at 727-893-1079 for more info CLASSES Call instructor for more information. 5:45-6:30 p.m. Call Alison at 410-2227. poli at 813-855-3112. and Jeff Robbins at 727-954-4899. bara at 804-9400. Diane at 459-1399. Call Marge at 345-6708. Jack at 280-4276. termediate Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call Patsi at 501-3559. Call Valerie at 557-4258. mara at 512-2763. TOMLINSON SKATE PARK Effective October 1st, all skaters/bicyclists MUST purchase a new City of Gulfport Skate Park sticker to use the City of Gulfports 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 ter which is located at 5730 Shore Blvd. S. Availability to register: Monday Friday, 9 a.m. p.m. Stickers valid from October 1, 2011 September 30, 2012. Bicycles permitted on SUNDAYS only.Neighborhood Center 1617 49th St. So./893-1070Faith Cathedral International Church: 9:30am, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays; 4th Sunday Bible Study Overeaters Anonymous: Sun. 6:15-8:15pm SPECIAL EVENTS Closed for Holidays: The Gulfport Senior Center will be closed on Fri. Nov. 11 (Veterans Day) and Nov. 24 & 25 (Thanksgiving Holidays). Understanding Medicare: Two seminars will be offered to help you understand Medicare. Get the basic information at 1pm on Mon. Nov. 7 and again on Mon. Nov. 21. Courtesy of SHINE (a program of the Florida Department of Elder Affairs). Flu Shots: Tues. Nov.8, 10:30am12:30pm. Medicare and most insurances accepted. Holidays & Grief: The holidays are special seminar Mourning through the Holidays will be offered on Thurs. Nov. 10 at 1pm to help you along the grief journey. Facilitated by Carole McLeod, President of Grief Matters. Fit & Fine Stella. Starts Thurs. Nov. 10 at 1:30pm $10 for 7 sessions. Thanksgiving Dinner Party: Tickets ($6.00) are now available for our Thanksgiving Dinner Party on Tues. Nov. 22 at 11:30am. Sponsor: Brentwood Senior Community Living. Seats are limited. Must be a registered member of the Gulfport Senior Center. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT : Senior Trips: Looking for day trips? How about Legoland on Nov. 25; Christmas Survival Guide (a hilarious revue Off-Broadway Palm in Ft. Myers) on Nov. 26; Hard Rock Casino trips on Nov. 20. Call Carolyn at 347-0806 for info on these and other upcoming trips. Learn the Basics of Arthritis & Heart Health: A presentation by St. Petersburg College BSN student interns will be offered on Tuesday, November 15 at 10:30am. Door Prize: Ticket to the Thanksgiving Dinner Party. Free Memory Screenings Tues. Nov. 15, 1-4pm, Call for appointment. Where Did I Leave my Car Keys? A memory technique workshop with active participation on Fri. Nov. 18 at 1pm facilitated by Peg Stella. Tea Dance: Music by Chuck & Friends Mon. Nov. 28, 2-4pm Admission: $1.00. Refreshments may be purchased at the Snack Bar. The Debby Bacon Holiday Dream Show: on Wed. Dec. 7 in the Hickman Theater. Tickets for the 1pm performance: $10/advance or $12 at the door. Tickets for the 7pm performance: $12/advance or $14 at the door. Available at the Senior Center or at HYPERLINK http://www. gulfportseniorfoundation.org www. gulfportseniorfoundation.org. SPECIAL SERVICES Transportation Service: GEMS Doorto-door transportation service for Gulfport seniors 55 and over is available Mon. thru Fri. 8:15am to 4pm. Annual registration fee is $55 and each one way ride is $1. Call GEMS at 893-2242 for more info. AARP Driving Class: are offered on 12:45pm. Must attend both days. Call 727341-0130 to register for November. Elder Law Clinic: Volunteer attorneys will assist clients 60 and over with wills, living wills, powers of attorney, and health care surrogates on Fri. Nov.18 at 9:30am. Must meet income criteria. Call for more info. Support Groups Diabetic Support on Mondays at 9:30am Hearing Support 1st & 3rd Mon. at 2pm Visually Impaired Support, 2nd & 4th Mon. at 2pm. Caregivers: Every Wed. at 2pm5501 27th Ave. So. 893-1070Gulfport Community Players present THE CONSTANT WIFE Nov. 3-13 Thurs.-Sat., 8pm, Sun. Matinee 2pm Tickets $15, available at Gulfport Casino, Eileens Resale Boutique, Beach Bazaar & the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce or call 727-322-0316 ART RECEPTION Fri., Nov. 4, 5-7pm featuring Echo of Echo Hole FREE! Open to public

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 29 Senior Center 5501 27 Ave. Recreation Center 5730 Shore Blvd. So 893-1068Gulfport Library 5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074 or fax 893-1072 Sri Chimnoy, video presentation, multi-talented artist for World Peace. One-hour program presented by Tilvila Hurwit, RESCHEDULED for Thursday, November 10 from 6:00 7:00 pm. Paws 2 Read to Monty, Reading Therapy Dog on Saturday, November 5 from 10:30 11:30 am. Children ages 5 and up are invited to join Monty & Lisa in the Youth Services area. National Gaming Day@Your Library: Saturday, November 12 from 10:30 am 3:30 pm for ages 12 & up. Board games, card games, & video games. Come & get your game on! Coffee/Talk Book Club: Thursday, November 17, 10:00 am. Discussion of Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe. Books & discussion guides available at the Reference Desk. Crafts Club for All Ages: Miss Pat is back! Saturday, November 19, 1:30 3:00 pm. She will lead participants in creating decorations in the spirit of the season. Free Family Movie Day: Saturday, November 19, 11:00 am.: Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Parts 1 & 2. Enjoy with free popcorn provided by the Library! FMI, call 893-1074. Genealogy Assistance. Saturday, Noadvice while using traditional and online resources for researching family history. Read to Linda, one of our staff members: Mondays, 2:003:00pm. Sign up for a 15-minute time slot at the Circulation Desk. All ages welcome. One-on-One Computer Instruction: Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:30 amFree Thinkers Open AA (Twelve Step) Meeting: Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45 pm. FMI: Call 727-323-7660. Gulfport Creative Short Story Writers: Wednesdays at 10:00 am. Game on! Teen Board Game Afternoons: Wednesdays from 2:30-4:30pm. Stop by after school to challenge your opponents! World Harmony Art Exhibit: Display of artworks by Sri Chimnoy. The late artist was renowned worldwide for his colorful paintings promoting peace. Frances Purdy Friends Room Gallery Walls. 5500 Shore Blvd. So. 893-1070 1940s USO SWING DANCE 18 pc. TEN OCLOCK BAND Fri., Nov. 4, 8pm-12:30am $12 Advance, $15 Day of www.swingtime.info MARIO DELEONS BAND Social & Ballroom Dancing Sun., Nov. 6, 6-10pm, $7 WEEKLY DANCES Every Tuesday Ballroom Lessons 12-3pm, $7 12-1 Intermediate 1-2 Beginner 2-3 Dancing Argentine Tango 6:30-10:30pm, $7 6:30-8pm Lesson, 8-10:30pm Dance Every Wednesday Swing Dance 6-7pm Blues lesson 7-8pm East Coast Swing lesson 8-11pm Swing Dance $7 Every Thursday Salsa Dance 6:30-8pm Beg. & Inter. Lessons 8-10pm Dance, $7 RECREATION WEBSITE -www.mygulf port.us and follow the links: City Departments, Leisure services, Rec. Center. ACTIVITIES Open Gym Tues., 6-9 p.m. and Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Annual reg. $2 res./$22 non-resident The Game Roomwill be closed from Monday, October 10Friday, November 4 while the Haunted House is under construction. PROGRAMS 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR CHILD CARE PROGRAM The School Year Child Care Program is for children entering Kindergarten thru age 14. It is also a quality program which provides a nur turing atmosphere where each child has ational, social, creative and enriching activities at a cost affordable to families. The program is licensed by the Pinellas County License Board. Non-refundable annual registration fee is $17 for residents and $110 for non-residents. Program hours Hours of registration are MondayFriday from 9:00 a.m.:00 p.m. 2011-2012 TEEN NIGHT PROGRAM The Teen Night Program is a great hang out for teens in middle school to age 18 (if still in high school). It provides recreation and social activities. It also offers monthly and service projects. The teens utilize the gymnasium, gameroom and outdoor area. Program hours are Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9 p.m. Annual reg. $2 res/$22 non-res. 2011-2012 TOT TIME & VPK PROGRAMS The Tot Time & VPK Program is a pre-school, hands-on program for chil dren ages 3-5. VPK is FREE for children who live in Florida and who have turned 4 years of age by September 1st. Both programs aim to make learning fun for children and help prepare them for Kindergarten. The Tot Time Program cost is a non-refundable annual registration fee of $17 for residents and $110 for non-resi ly options available. Proof of residency is required for Gulfport residents. The VPK Program is FREE but parents must apply at Coordinated Child Care to receive are limited to 10 children each. Program hours are from 8:30a.m.-12:30p.m. Hours for registration are from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Call 893-1068 for more information. NEW CLASSESInterested in teaching a class? Call John at 727-893-1079 for more info CLASSES Call instructor for more information. 5:45-6:30 p.m. Call Alison at 410-2227. poli at 813-855-3112. and Jeff Robbins at 727-954-4899. bara at 804-9400. Diane at 459-1399. Call Marge at 345-6708. Jack at 280-4276. termediate Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call Patsi at 501-3559. Call Valerie at 557-4258. mara at 512-2763. TOMLINSON SKATE PARK Effective October 1st, all skaters/bicyclists MUST purchase a new City of Gulfport Skate Park sticker to use the City of Gulfports 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 ter which is located at 5730 Shore Blvd. S. Availability to register: Monday Friday, 9 a.m. p.m. Stickers valid from October 1, 2011 September 30, 2012. Bicycles permitted on SUNDAYS only.Neighborhood Center 1617 49th St. So./893-1070Faith Cathedral International Church: 9:30am, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays; 4th Sunday Bible Study Overeaters Anonymous: Sun. 6:15-8:15pm SPECIAL EVENTS Closed for Holidays: The Gulfport Senior Center will be closed on Fri. Nov. 11 (Veterans Day) and Nov. 24 & 25 (Thanksgiving Holidays). Understanding Medicare: Two seminars will be offered to help you understand Medicare. Get the basic information at 1pm on Mon. Nov. 7 and again on Mon. Nov. 21. Courtesy of SHINE (a program of the Florida Department of Elder Affairs). Flu Shots: Tues. Nov.8, 10:30am12:30pm. Medicare and most insurances accepted. Holidays & Grief: The holidays are special seminar Mourning through the Holidays will be offered on Thurs. Nov. 10 at 1pm to help you along the grief journey. Facilitated by Carole McLeod, President of Grief Matters. Fit & Fine Stella. Starts Thurs. Nov. 10 at 1:30pm $10 for 7 sessions. Thanksgiving Dinner Party: Tickets ($6.00) are now available for our Thanksgiving Dinner Party on Tues. Nov. 22 at 11:30am. Sponsor: Brentwood Senior Community Living. Seats are limited. Must be a registered member of the Gulfport Senior Center. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT : Senior Trips: Looking for day trips? How about Legoland on Nov. 25; Christmas Survival Guide (a hilarious revue Off-Broadway Palm in Ft. Myers) on Nov. 26; Hard Rock Casino trips on Nov. 20. Call Carolyn at 347-0806 for info on these and other upcoming trips. Learn the Basics of Arthritis & Heart Health: A presentation by St. Petersburg College BSN student interns will be offered on Tuesday, November 15 at 10:30am. Door Prize: Ticket to the Thanksgiving Dinner Party. Free Memory Screenings Tues. Nov. 15, 1-4pm, Call for appointment. Where Did I Leave my Car Keys? A memory technique workshop with active participation on Fri. Nov. 18 at 1pm facilitated by Peg Stella. Tea Dance: Music by Chuck & Friends Mon. Nov. 28, 2-4pm Admission: $1.00. Refreshments may be purchased at the Snack Bar. The Debby Bacon Holiday Dream Show: on Wed. Dec. 7 in the Hickman Theater. Tickets for the 1pm performance: $10/advance or $12 at the door. Tickets for the 7pm performance: $12/advance or $14 at the door. Available at the Senior Center or at HYPERLINK http://www. gulfportseniorfoundation.org www. gulfportseniorfoundation.org. SPECIAL SERVICES Transportation Service: GEMS Doorto-door transportation service for Gulfport seniors 55 and over is available Mon. thru Fri. 8:15am to 4pm. Annual registration fee is $55 and each one way ride is $1. Call GEMS at 893-2242 for more info. AARP Driving Class: are offered on 12:45pm. Must attend both days. Call 727341-0130 to register for November. Elder Law Clinic: Volunteer attorneys will assist clients 60 and over with wills, living wills, powers of attorney, and health care surrogates on Fri. Nov.18 at 9:30am. Must meet income criteria. Call for more info. Support Groups Diabetic Support on Mondays at 9:30am Hearing Support 1st & 3rd Mon. at 2pm Visually Impaired Support, 2nd & 4th Mon. at 2pm. Caregivers: Every Wed. at 2pm5501 27th Ave. So. 893-1070Gulfport Community Players present THE CONSTANT WIFE Nov. 3-13 Thurs.-Sat., 8pm, Sun. Matinee 2pm Tickets $15, available at Gulfport Casino, Eileens Resale Boutique, Beach Bazaar & the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce or call 727-322-0316 ART RECEPTION Fri., Nov. 4, 5-7pm featuring Echo of Echo Hole FREE! Open to public

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30 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Local ObituariesANDRZEJEWSKI, URSULA, died on Oct. 23, 2011 in South Pasadena. The Mass of the Resurection will be celebrated on Monday, Oct. 31st at 10 a.m. at Saint John Vianney Catholic Church, 445 82nd Ave., St. Pete Beach with a committal service to follow immediately after. Memorial Park Funeral Home. 5750 49th St. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33709, memorialparkfuneralhome.com. ARNESON, FATHER JAMES E., 70, of South Pasadena, died Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 at home. He is survived by his loving family. ALife TributeGulfport. CONRAD, SHARON KAY, 64, of Gulfport, passed away at home Monday, Oct. 24, 2011. Born Oct. 25, 1946 in Columbus, OH, she was the daughter of the late Frederick William Good and Margaret Viola Good. Sharon graduated from Logan High School, Ohio. She received her Bachelors Degree in Education from Ohio University and her Masters Degree in Education from Indiana University. After graduation from college, Sharon moved to New Albany, IN where she taught elementary school. It was during this time that Sharon met and married her husband, Milton Phil P. Conrad, III. They moved to Louisville, KY and lived there until 1985. Sharon and her family have lived in St. Petersburg, since 1985. Sharon enjoyed golf, volunteering at All Childrens Hospital, and other activities as a member of the Pasadena Community Church and the Pasadena Yacht and Country Club in Gulfport. Sharon is survived by her loving husband, Milton Phil P. Conrad, III of Gulfport; daughter, Mindi Elizabeth Conrad of St. Petersburg; mother, Margaret Viola Good of Columbus, OH; sister, Deborah (Roman) Czech of Columbus, OH; two brothers, Theodore F. Good of Columbus, OH and William A. (Jocelyn) Good nephews, Stasia Czech of Hilliard, OH, Andrzej Czech of Los Angeles, CA, Allison, Will and Grace Good of Columbus, OH. Sharon was preceded in death by her father, Frederick William Good. Burial arrangements, Cemetery, Louisville, KY. The family suggests that contributions may be made in Sharons name to Suncoast Hospice or American Cancer Society Make and Take Living Art The Garden Club of St. Petersburg will host Horticulture for the Weekend Gardeners, Make and Take Living Art: Mounting Tillandsias on Driftwood, on November 8 at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $15 for members and $25 for non-members. Reservations are required. Call 727-363-0067. Free Concert Kicks Off Weekend of Celebration The South Pasadena Community Band will present a free concert entitled We Wont Forget Thursday evening, November 10 beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Gulfport Casino in downtown Gulfport. Door will open at 7 p.m. The concert kicks off a weekend of celebrating our heroes in uniform, past and present, who defend our country, our freedom, our dignity, and our democracy, said the bands Millspaugh noted that arrangements have been made to add about 100 chairs for the audience and the band the audience seeing the band and the activities surrounding the bands presentation. The concert is free and plenty of parking is available and refreshments will be available, said Millspaugh. He said the program is designed to salute each branch of the armed forces and also reminisce musically about our heritage and the legacy of our heroes in uniform. We will never forget; and it is important that we formally recognize and pay homage to our veterans of the armed forces, concluded Millspaugh. The concert will include military march of each branch of the armed forces, and some big band tunes that were popular during World War II. Gulfport Mayor Mike Yakes said we invite everyone to make an evening out of the planned events. Come downtown and have dinner in one of up-lifting patriotic concert. Then come and enjoy the rest of the activities including the parade on Saturday and the entertainment venues on Sunday. The whole weekend is dedicated to remembering our heroes, the mayor concluded.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 31 Heroes Weekend to Honor Active Military and Veterans GULFPORT Former Marine and current Stetson Law student Javier Centonzio is spearheading Heroes Weekend, a series of public events to honor military service men and women and veterans on November 10, 12 and 13 in Gulfport. The public is invited to enjoy a free concert, a parade and a musical Warrior Project. Centonzio joined forces with the American Legion Post 125, the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Gulfport to create the Heroes Weekend. Events include: Thursday, November 10, 7 p.m.: The Pasadena Band performs a free concert sponsored by the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce at the Gulfport Casino, 5500 Shore Blvd. S. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 12, 4 p.m.: The City of Gulfport sponsors a parade along Beach Blvd. in Gulfport. Those interested in participating in the parade should contact Gail Biron with the City of Gulfport at 727893-1118 or gbiron@mygulfport. us. The deadline to register for the parade is November 8. Sunday, Nov. 13, 5:30 p.m.: JELVIS will be performing a Tribute to Elvis at the Gulfport Casino. The tickets are $10 each and will be sold at the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce and at the American Legion Post 125. Tickets will also be sold at the door. Tables that seat eight can be reserved in advance for $200. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show will begin at 6 p.m. For reservations, tickets or additional event information contact Javier Centonzio 913-706-9340 or jcentonzio@hotmail.com. Donations to the Heroes Weekend can be mailed or delivered in person to the American Legion Post 125, 6440 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg.Veterans Tribute The children of Congregation Bnai Israel will be leading us in a special tribute to all Jewish military veterans on Veterans Shabbat, Saturday, November 12 at 9 a.m. The children will sing the songs from each branch of service, as our congregation joins in to thank our veterans for their heroic service. Adaptive Sailing and Kayak ClinicST. PETERSBURGSt. Petersburg Therapeutic Recreation and St. Petersburg Sailing Center partner to present an Adaptive Sailing and Kayak Clinic, 250 2nd Ave. S.E. for people with disabilities on Saturday, November 19, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. No are given basic instruction and invited to get out on the water with an instructor using specialized adapted boats and equipment. Family members, friends, and companions are welcome to join, providing space is available. This is a free program. Reservations are required. Call 727893-7899. Booking Now The Forever Young Dancers dance their pants off for charity. They are available for weekend bookings, senior centers, mobile park organizations and private parties. Call Robert at 727-455-0743.

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32 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Throwing Down With Ward Four Saturday night Ward Four Councilmember Sam Henderson invited the city to a block party in front of his house. Neighbors brought dishes and drinks while the councilman, his wife, and a few of his friends sang for the crowd.For the evening, Mrs. Henderson assumed the rollerderby queen persona Lola, at one point skating up to the microphone to belt out a duet with her husband Sam. Hamilton Disston to hold Rummage Sale Hamilton Disston School will hold their 2nd annual Rummage Sale on Saturday, November 12th from 8 a.m. to noon at 5125 11th Avenue S. in Gulfport. Items include but are not limited to clothing, electronics, books, household items and more. Donations of city-wide yard sale leftovers would be appreciated. Volunteers needed for Sanding Ovations Volunteers are needed for the Sanding Ovations, Masters Cup Sand Sculpting Competition and Music Festival, November 17 through 20. Volunteers are needed for three (3) hour shifts to assist with the beer truck, t-shirt sales, VIP tent and Jazz Brunch. Volunteers will receive an event t-shirt, free parking, food and soft drinks and water for volunteering. Interested volunteers should contact recreation@mytreasureisland.org or

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 33 Circus McGurkis: The Peoples Fair Celebrates Another Year At Saturdays annual Circus McGurkis, Dan Diaz juggles bowling pins for a growing crowd. Diaz joined the Occupy movement, live music, booths touting legalizing medical marijuana, and a host of other activities and organizations for the annual Quaker-sponsored fair in Lake Vista Park Saturday afternoon. Circus McGurkis started in 1971 by Viet Nam war peace activists. The event gets its name from the Dr. Seuss book, If I Ran the Circus, although the name is spelled differently in the book. Celebration of the Arts at Eckerd College One of the great hidden treasures of the St. Petersburg community is the group of working artists faculty, staff, students and alumni at Eckerd College. The creative inspiration fostered at Eckerd will be showcased through a Celebration of the Arts on Saturday, November 12 on the Eckerd College campus (4200 54th Avenue S. in St. Petersburg). Starting at 11 a.m., the daylong event will highlight the disciplines of the Colleges Creative Arts Collegium the visual arts, music, creative writing and theater. Admission is free to all events.Clean Marina and Clean Boatyard workshop A Clean Marina and Clean Boatyard workshop will be held Saturday, November 8, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural History Center. The workshop, which is free and open to marina owners and employees, gives an overview of the voluntary designation program and its proactive approach to environmental stewardship. Participants in the program receive assistance implementing Best Management Practices through on-site and distance technical assistance, mentoring by other Clean Marinas and continuing education. Designated facilities must implement a set of environmental measures designed to protect Floridas waterways. These measures address critical environmental issues including sensitive habitat, waste management, stormwater control, spill prevention and emergency preparedness. The program is sponsored locally by the Florida Sea Grant and the Southwest District Florida Department of Environmental Protection. For more information on Pinellas County services and programs, visit www.pinellascounty.org, now with LiveChat, or create a shortcut to www.pinellascounty.org/mobile on any smartphone.

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34 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 With Cooler Weather, Fall Farms Reopen Jeff Kellogg bags buttercrunch and romaine lettuce at his family hydroponic farms preview weekend. The Kelloggs, who own First Fruits Hydroponics, planted over the summer and was able to offer a limited selection of vegetables last weekend. The you-pick style farm closes every May and reopens in November. Brand-New Bogie!By Cathy Salustri Principal Michael Vigue welcomed the community to the brand new buildings at Boca Ciega High School at Friday afternoons reception. Teachers, former principals, alumni, current students, and other members of the community attended the ribbon cutting. Before the festivities began, most of the community oohed and aahed over the new library with its bistro tables and overstuffed reading chairs, the new classrooms, and the change in the school. We caught one member of the community vice mayor David Hastings, who also owns Habana Cafe admiring the new cafeteria equipment. of cooking equipment, Mr. Hastings looked at the oversized revolving grill. I wish I had a kitchen this nice, he said. The school, principal Michael Vigue said, feeds 1500 students a day.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 35 Excerpts heard at the November 1, 2011Gulfport City Council MeetingPublic Comment & Council QuotesABOUT THE SMOKING BAN We believe that the best solution to this problem is to make half the beach smoking free We also think there should be more ashtrays and signs. Cigarette butts are not the only litter on the beach you dont want to infringe on peoples rights to happiness. Some people want to be happy smoking on the beach. Nolan Slone, president of Gulfport Teen Council Ban half the beach. Just dont pass laws you cant enforce and use the laws you already have. Elizabeth Brown-Worthington, on behalf of Teen Council Im not hear to speak as a member of Gulfport teens for cancer. Al Davis I wasnt planning on speaking tonight but when you get personally attacked for being a parent of a teen council member wow, guys. Steven Karbowski, who said he didnt like cigarette smoke but said that there were plenty of places in Gulfport where there was cigarette smoke. You know what we do? he said. We get up and move. The kids did a wonderful job. Im not saying Im against the ban, but liberty is very important. I really praise the kids for understanding liberty. Brian Hilbert I really appreciate our teen council for being concerned about civil liberties. Im so proud of each and every one of them. Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon I have a lot more years of experience and I wish you guys would go back on the internet... and research this before you say its OK to be around it. Vice Mayor David Hastings, about Teen Councils suggestion of splitting the beach into one smoking and one nonsmoking area You did come up with some kind of balance. that balance. Councilwoman Barbara Banno These people are taking another addiction as a form of therapy, which is bad. Vice-Mayor David Hastings, about Alcoholics Anonymous Criminalizing smoking is a slippery slope to be on. Barbara Miszaros, who disagreed with the beach smoking ban So Clam Bayou would get no protection. Cindy Clam Bayou If you walk along even the sidewalks in our town, in the little cracks smoke butt, smoke butt, smoke butt! Lawrence Burke I think government has got to stay out of our lives. Were going too far with it even if you pass this I believe there will be just as many people throwing their butts because there will people doing it when youre not looking. Ed Barry watching for dog poop or a rowdy drinker. Doug Hudson, who advocated the smoking ban. Mr. Hudson brought a bag of what he said were 500 cigarette butts. Its not in the Constitution. Vice Mayor David Hastings, about the right to smoke ABOUT SPECIAL MAGISTRATE I told her that I thought she should be a little more careful about what she wrote. I know I didnt say that I wanted indoor furniture outside, and thats the way it came out in the article. Pat Dunham, about an article in the St. Petersburg Times about proposed code changes. She encouraged city council to Ill volunteer to do it for six months for free and then decided with all this backlash from the Gabber, I dont need the problem. Janet Schaefer, who had volunteered to act as a magistrate. She suggested perhaps the city use someone from outside the city as its magistrate I think its a real risk that its going to get real nitpicky...I think maybe you want to push out poor people and get more taxes out of rich people. Andy Doerring I dont think keeping a property neat is a rich or poor thing. Bev Newcomb Theres a group of people.. because you dont see something being done and our goal has been to obtain compliance through a light-handed methodology. Fred Metcalf, community development director.

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36 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Teen, from front pageit is part of the teen councils stated goals to work with the city council. At a recent teen council meeting, teens wasnt teen-friendly and some teen council members said the beaches were unappealing to teens because of litter. In that same meeting the teen council talked about litter on the beach and the proposed smoking ban. The teens then drafted a suggested compromise that would ban smoking on half the beach. While council praised the teen council for its work, with councilman Sam Henderson calling their solution a gift and councilwoman Jennifer Salmon saying the groups understanding of civil liberties made her proud, not everyone shared their view. Im not here to speak as a member of Gulfport teens for cancer, resident Al Davis said when he spoke during the public comment section of the meeting. Mr. Davis told council hed been battling cancer and then turned and displayed his feeding tube to the audience. I was really upset about Al Davis, Amy Slone, Nolan Slones mother, said when she called the Gabber upset me. The way he turned around and showed the kids his feeding tube. For Mr. Davis to say the kids were pro-cancer, like they were up there promoting smoking. Nolans the biggest anti-smoking person you will ever meet. Mr. Slone told the Gabber that he felt his maturity level may have meeting older than him. To trash us is just rude and disrespectful, he said. Ms. Slone said that while no one on council was shocked that the city council didnt take the suggestion, she sensed that the teens were more upset about the way people talked about the teens during the meeting. Christine Brown-Worthington, mother of Elizabeth, said she felt the vice mayor condescended to the teen council, while another parent said she thought the teen council got a good lesson in government tonight. Vice Mayor David Hastings, who later thanked the teens, told them he wished they would go back on the internet and research this before you say its OK to be around it. I didnt say it was OK, to be around second-hand smoke, Laura Karbowski said. The vice mayor said he did not intend to condescend to the teens and apologized if the parents and teens felt he condescended to them. How was I condescending? I complimented them, like all the other council members. If they think thats condescending, Im sorry. Maybe I get a little too passionate sometimes. Nothing was meant to be condescending, he said. The vice mayor also told the Gabber he wished the teens had participated in the process sooner. The vice mayor said he previously met with Marivel Gutierrez,the city employee who runs teen council, to discuss cigarette butts at the recreation center. At that meeting he suggested that the council should hear from Gulfport youth. Although he disagreed with teen councils suggestion for the divided beach, he said he hopes to see more teen involvement. How does the vice mayor propose teens participate sooner in the future? I would love for a teenager to come in here with an issue. I would love to know whats on their minds and what they think the city can do for them. Theyre part of the city; theyre the future. Why not listen to how they think? he said. As for Elizabeth BrownWorthington? but a mayor. I really admire her, he said. Ms. Slone said she suspects her son, Nolan, will take the vice mayor up on his offer and speak with him. Ms. Slone also told the Gabber resident Al Davis comments upset her more than the vice mayors. Mr. Slone said this was the Although council opted not to choose the teen councils solution, he said he still believed in his idea.

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38 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Somethin on my mind Somethin on my mindBy Bill Northr op B_Northr op@theGabber. com Redistributing the Wealth As protesters protest, and occupiers occupy, government reports indicate that indeed the rich are getting richer and the poor poorer in a relative sense. That is, the report states that between 1979 and 2007 incomes for the top one per cent grew by 275 per cent while the bottom 20 per cent grew by only 17 per cent. I dont know Anyway, thats before the big crash and it will be interesting to see what A more alarming report is that the top 10 per cent own 66 per cent of the net wealth of this country. Note the word net. It means after debt. I assume that to mean that if you have a mortgage on your home and that the bank is a 75 per cent owner and you are a 25 per cent owner. It might be interesting to note that in the early 1900s, my grandfather was writing articles for the New York families owned 40 per cent of the wealth of the country. a vigorous application of income new entrepreneurship. It is also interesting to note that the estate so, actually provided incentives for people to pass their wealth, not to their heirs, but to big corporations which could pay them the big bucks. However, no matter how you cut it, theres disparity out there. Almost everyone has complained when they see some CEO depart from a corporation with a multi-million dollar severance package even though the company did not fare well. So, the question arises: is it unfair? Of course, we know that neither life nor capitalism, or any other economic system is fair. But is it as fair as it can be? How can we make it fairer? Heres my list of the rich rich: Hollywood actors and entertainers and writers and producers. Corporate CEOs. Investment bankers and traders. Investors such as Warren Buffet. Inventors and innovators such as Gates and Jobs and Allen. Athletes -in football, baseball, hockey and basketball (on strike for more) and athletic team owners. Professional coaches, college coaches. Trial lawyers. Entrepreneurs who start and keep their own businesses instead of creating public companies. Those who inherit wealth. Surgeons. Ive probably missed a category or two. But, you get the idea. Now how do we get this wealth from the top 10 per cent pays 70 per cent cent of the population pays no federal so do the rich) and 35 per cent of that top tier would probably help, but not much. There was talk of that in the 1960s and 70s, but it all sounded like what the communists were doing and still do in Cuba. Should corporate CEOs be paid only as a multiple of the average workers salary? Stockholders have them? Should the government do it for them? Who in government should decide? How about the business owner, a sole proprietor or owner? Should we tell him what he should pay himself (or herself)? What about athletes and entertainers, television personalities and inventors? Should object vehemently to attempts to cap their earnings in class action suits. Should we force the richer people to give their money away or just take it from them? Many form foundations as well as to give to charity. Should we interfere with this mechanism? And, where would the money go? Back to the government coffers, direct payments to those with lower incomes? Again, were back to what is fair and maybe what is rich (someone who makes more than you do?). necessarily help, though it might purchases, and an elimination of would hit everybody on the basis of costs of goods. Buy a higher priced car and you pay more. It would hit the underground (illegals and evaders) economy. But, its a hard sell and may or may not solve the disparity problem. In short, I dont have the solution. Hopefully, and historically, the is, not everyone stays poor or rich. In that perspective, the important strategy is to provide opportunities for people to move up the income bracket. Whats on your mind? Email your opinion to: B_Northrop@theGabber.com

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 39 THURSDA Y FRIDA YS A TURDA Y SUNDA Y MONDA Y TUESDA Y WEDNESDA Y Lunch Served 11am-3pm Euchre 1pm Bingo 6pm Kitchen Open for Bingo Rons Karaoke 7pm No Lunch Served Breakfast 8:30-11am Kitchen Open 2-5pm Dinner 5-7pm Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Kitchen Open 11-2pm Dinner 5-7pm Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Lunch Served 11am-3pm Rons Karaoke 7pm THURSDA Y FRIDA YS A TURDA Y SUNDA Y MONDA Y TUESDA Y WEDNESDA Y Bar Bingo 7pm Food Served Fish & Chicken 6-8pm Lee Jay 6:30-9:30pm Steak Dinner 6-8pm Sound Unlimited 6:30-9:30pm Sports & Pizza 12-6pm Bucky Burgers 5-8pm Dee Karaoke 6:30-9:30pm ALA EXE Mtg-6pm Reg ALA Mtg-6:30pm Harry 7-10pm Exe. Com. Mtg-6pm Legion Dinner 6-8pm SAL is hosting a Halloween Party: Costume Contest, Prizes for funniest, scariest and all around best costume. 9pm. Spooky Burgers, Bootato Salad, 5-8pm. Scary Barry Karaoke 6:30-9:30pm. Just in case you might not know, Post 305 will celebrate New Years Eve. Join us for dinner, lobster and New York Strip steak, heavy appetizers, champagne toast only $37.50 each. Cash bar, entertainment by Barry. Tickets available at the bar, get them early. There will be a Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11 at 1 p.m. with color guard, gun salute and Mayor Mike Yakes will say a few words. Please come and see him if you need assistance, thats why he is there! Dont forget Wednesday night Bingo, 6 p.m. 14 games, 1 $250 progressive jackpot game. The kitchen is open! We are still collecting items to be sent to our soldiers and schools supplies. theG a b b e r Since 1968C ustom adver t ising for any budget.

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40 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Environmental Justice Symposium On November 12, local activists will present the renowned Awakening the DreamerChanging the Dream Symposium at Friends Meeting House, 130 19 Avenue S. in east St. Petersburg. The goal of this educational event is to bring forth an environmentally sustainable, just human presence on this planet. It is also to establish a network of global citizens who are inspired and committed to positive change in the community as we transition to cleaner energy technologies and at www.awakeningthedreamer.org. Thanksgiving Break Kids CampST. PETE BEACHThe kids have no school the week of Thanksgiving but you have to work. Not sure what to do? St. Pete Beachs Thanksgiving Camp offers daily fun for kids in elementary school. The camp is offered 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily from Monday, November 21st to Wednesday, November 23rd. The camp includes gym games, arts and trip on Wednesday. Daily cost for the camp is $30 for St. Pete Beach residents and $50 for non-residents. Enrollment is limited so call 363-9245 or drop by the Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive, to reserve your childs spot. 1959 Alumni Trip Join Gibbs High School Class of 1-night, 2-day trip to Orlando, FL for the Florida Classic Game ((Bethune Cookman University (BCU) vs. Florida A&M University (FAMU)) on November 19 & 20, 2011. Departure time is Saturday, November 19th S. and 31st St. S. (back parking lot). For more information and to purchase tickets, please contact: Raymond Burnett at 727-520-5689, Florence Jenkins at 727-417-0205 or Catherine Lewis at 727-475-0540. Tai Chi at Azalea Rec ST. PETERSBURGWould you like to learn Tai Chi and improve your level of energy, circulation, balance? These slow movements with meditation are taught by instructor, Hong Gu, who studied and practiced the Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan for over 20 years. This noncompetitive form of martial arts, when practiced regularly, strengthens bones, joints, tendons, and internal organs. All skill levels are invited every Wednesday, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., Azalea Recreation Center, 1600 72nd St. N. First class is free. $24/month or $7/ class. ADVANTAGE Membership card required $15 annual fee for residents of St. Petersburg. Call 893-7150 for more details. Displa y Ad ve r tising? Call Gina at321-6965Deadline T ues 5pmtheG a b b e r

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 41 Town Shores Red Hatters The November Bunko will be held on Friday November 11 in the clubhouse lounge at 12:45 p.m. Play will begin at 1 p.m. Call Judy at 344-7558 if you plan to attend. Their annual breakfast trip will be Tuesday, November 15 at the Cracker Barrel on 54th Ave. N. The reservation is for 9:30 a.m. Meet at the clubhouse at 9 a.m. for directions and also if you need a ride. You must call Judy at 344-7558 or Bev at 381-2122 for a ride. Also they need to let the restaurant know how many people are coming so call Bev or Judy. Mark your calendar for the holiday luncheon on Monday, December 5 at the Bil Mar. St. John Vianney offers Thanksgiving Dinner St. John Vianney Catholic Church, 445 82nd Avenue in St. Pete Beach, will hold a Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday, November 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. This will be turkey dinner. All proceeds raised will support their youth ministry program, provide food for the poor through St. Vincent de Paul and honor our veterans. Donate a can of food and you will be entered into also need adult and youth volunteers to help. Call Marjorie at 347-8611 or 727-743-1583. Church offers Cold Night Shelter Beginning November 15th, Trinity Church of the Nazarene, 1000 55 Street S. in Gulfport will provide a warm place to sleep for any Gulfport resident who does not have heat or adequate shelter on nights where the temperature is 40 degrees or below. This is an ecumenical effort with volunteers from Gulfport Presbyterian Church, the community and Trinity Church. The shelter will operate from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. A warm supper will be provided as well as breakfast. Reservations are appreciated for purposes of meal planning. Only 20 people can be accommodated. Donations of single serving items such as breakfast bars, instant oatmeal or cereal, small cans of fruit, snack cakes, chips and many more items are needed. Call 239-1548 if you wish to donate, volunteer or assist or if you may want to use the shelter.

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42 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Following are some of the calls that Gulfport Police responded to during the past week. Friday 10/21 Trouble with Individual6300 Blk Pasadena Pt. Blvd. S. Domestic Battery5000 Blk 9th Ave. S. Animal Complaint4800 Blk Del Rio Way S. Suspicious Activity5100 Blk Pine Grove Terr. S. City County Code Violation3000 Blk 54th St. S. Violation of Court Order5300 Blk 8th Ave. S. Trouble with Individual900 Blk 58th St. S. Robbery900 Blk 58th St. S. Theft5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Burglary1600 Blk Freemont St. S. Fight in Progress900 Blk 58th St. S. Trouble with Individual3000 Blk 49th St. S. Battery5800 Blk 15th Ave. S. Noise Complaint1800 Blk 52nd St. S. Saturday 10/22 Suspicious Circumstances1900 Blk 55th St. S. Suspicious Circumstances4900 Blk 27th Ave. S. Call for Ofcer5700 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Animal Complaint3000 Blk 58th St. S. Drunk Person3100 Blk Beach Blvd. S.City County Code ViolationWood Ibis Park. Noise Complaint2900 Blk Beach Blvd. S. Trouble with Individual700 Blk 58th St. S. Sunday 10/23 Call for Ofcer5400 Blk 9th Ave. S. Noise Complaint2700 Blk 49th St. S. Theft2900 Blk 57th St. S. Theft3200 Blk 58th St. S. Call for Ofcer5800 Blk 15th Ave. S. Reckless Driver2100 Blk 58th St. S. Monday 10/24 Call for Ofcer5800 Blk 17th Ave. S. Noise ComplaintBeach Bars. Suspicious Vehicle5700 Blk 19th Ave. S. Suspicious Person5700 Blk 20th Ave. S. Trespasser1700 Blk 52nd St. S. Street Obstruction6500 Blk Mockingbird Way S. Suspicious Person2100 Blk 53rd St. S. Truant5300 Blk 8th Ave. S. Drunk Person5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Violation of Court Order5100 Blk 14th Ave. S. Burglary5100 Blk 14th Ave. S. Arrest on Warrant2600 Blk 45th St. S. Burglary2900 Blk 51st St. S. Tuesday 10/25 Burglary2800 Blk 59th St. S. Theft700 Blk 51st St. S. Trouble with Individual2800 Blk 50th St. S. Burglary1800 Blk York St. S. Suspicious Person2600 Blk 49th St. S. Theft1100 Blk 51st St. S. Crime Awareness Meeting held on Monday, November 14 at 7 p.m. at the Neighborhood Center located Laughlin, topics will be on current crime in our city and crime stats from June October. For more information, contact Jeri Reed at 727-548-5566 days and 727-327-3509 evenings or at Jrvolunteer@aol.com. Suspicious Person2200 Blk 54th St. S. Animal Complaint5800 Blk 26th Ave. S. Suspicious Circumstances5100 Blk 16th Ave. S. Trouble with Individual5400 Blk 28th Ave. S. Trouble with Individual3000 Blk Beach Blvd. S. Wednesday 10/26 Animal Complaint4800 Blk Del Rio Way S. Narcotics/Drugs1000 Blk 52nd St. S. Trouble with Individual1100 Blk 49th St. S. Trouble with Individual900 Blk 58th St. S. Battery2000 Blk 53rd St. S. Theft5600 Blk Newton Ave. S. Suspicious Circumstances3000 Blk 54th St. S. Thursday 10/27 Noise Complaint2200 Blk 59th St. S. Noise Complaint5600 Blk 27th Ave. S. Trouble with Individual1400 Blk 59th St. S. Burglary5100 Blk Pine Grove Terr. S. Trouble with Individual900 Blk 58th St. S. Burglary5800 Blk 17th Ave. S. Criminal Mischief900 Blk 55th St. S. Trouble with Individual5000 Blk Newton Ave. S. Trouble with Individual5700 Blk 25th Ave. S. Trouble with Individual2200 Blk 49th St. S. Displa y Ad ve r tising? Call Gina at321-6965Deadline T ues 5pmtheG a b b e r

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 43 Try your hand at SudokuThanksgiving Dinner at Paradise Lutheran Paradise Lutheran Church in Treasure Island will serve its 3rd Annual Thanksgiving dinner at 12 noon on November 24. It will be turkey with all the trimmings and everyone is welcome. There is no charge, no religious service just a time of fellowship and good food. Paradise Lutheran is located at 10255 Paradise Boulevard (just off the TI Causeway). Reservations are required. Please call 360-5739 no later than November 14. Join the Annual Fitness Walk Paradise Lutheran Church of Treasure Island will hose its Third Annual Fitness Walk on Saturday morning, November 19. The event is open to the public with registration beginning at 8 a.m. at the church building, 10255 Paradise Boulevard (just off the TI Causeway). Walkers can choose between two events: a 1-mile walk through the Paradise Island area or a 5K walk (about 3 miles) to the TI beach and back. There will be one water stop on the 5K event and walkers will have a chance to preview some of the sand sculptures entered in TIs annual beach contest. Both walks will end at the church were participants will be rewarded of Completion. Register for Co-Ed Kickball ST. PETERSBURGThis is kickball just the way it used to be. All skill levels are welcome. Simple rules make for a fun time. Kickball co-ed adult league general registration is November 7 through December 23, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 19th Street N., Bldg. A. Winter league begins the week of January 9, 2012. Games played at North Shore Park, 901 North Shore Dr. NE. Teams compete for league championships with emphasis on socializing and fun. Cost is $270 league team fees. In addition, all city residents must purchase an ADVANTAGE Card Membership or non-resident card for $38/season or $125/annual. Visa, Mastercard, cash and checks payable to the City of St. Petersburg. Call Athletics at 727-892-5223.

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44 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 By Robert J. Myers, Esq. Why Buy-Sell Agreements are Important (Part 1) If you own a company and have a partner or partners, have you ever considered what would happen should one of you die? Hopefully, you wont have to face this situation, but if you do, a buysell agreement can allow for the continuance of the company as for you, your partner(s), and your family. A buy-sell agreement not only protects against the death of protection if a partner retires, resigns or becomes disabled. Lets look at a situation where there was no buysell agreement in place. Ms. Smith and Mr. Gonzales are equal partners of XYZ Services Company. They have determined that XYZ is worth $2 million. They each own $1 million of ABC stock and they each draw an annual salary of $150,000. When Mr. Gonzales died, his stock worth $1 million will pass to his estate. However, the stock will pay no dividends because all earnings are retained by XYZ. Therefore, Mr. Gonzales family will be left with a non-income producing and illiquid asset. Mr. Gonzales only return from XYZ was his salary which, of course, ceased upon his death. The Gonzales family could appeal to Ms. Smith to pay dividends on the stock, but why would Ms. Smith want to pay dividends? Salaries are a dividends are not. Also, dividends would have to be paid on all outstanding shares, including those held by Ms. Smith. Ms. Smith also has a potential problem. The Gonzales family holds half of XYZs stock--what effect will this have on the long-term development plans of the business? Another problem that the Gonzales family and Ms. Smith have is how to determine the value of XYZ stock. An interest in a closely held company is often an unmarketable asset and placing a value on the stock for estate factors affect the fair market value of a closely held business, including general business trends, the outlook condition of the company and its earnings power. While Ms. Smith and Mr. Gonzales may have felt they knew the value of XYZs stock before Mr. Gonzales died, unless the value authorities are likely to get closely involved in the valuation of XYZs stock and try to justify its highest value. The valuation of the stock will create likely want to place the lowest value on the stock in order to minimize placing a value on a closely held business. The step-up in cost basis that is afforded to all capital assets being imposed on the sale following death. This has to be scrutinized rather closely in light of the estate value of the business was increased. If an agreement on the value of XYZs stock cannot be reached, the matter may have to be resolved in court, wasting considerable time and money. A properly designed buy-sell agreement can help prevent many of these problems. It can provide liquidity for the family of the deceased, ensure the continuance of the company, and establish the value of the companys stock. together how a buy-sell agreement between Ms. Smith and Mr. Gonzales would lessen some of the uncertainties in their business relationship as well as provide for an orderly transition of the business upon Mr. Gonzales death. Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson St. Petersburg, Florida. The teleMyers 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 speconsult an attorney.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 45 Free Poetry Contest The Christian Poets Academy is sponsoring a free poetry contest open to everyone. There are 50 prizes totaling $5,000 with a $1,000 grand prize for the winner. Poems of 21 lines or less on any subject and in any style will be judged by the contest director Dr. Jeremy Cameron. Send poem by November 15 deadline to: Free Poetry Contest, POB 761, Medford, OR 97501 or enter at www. freecontest.com. Include your name and address on the same page as your poem. For a winners list, please enclose a stamped return envelope. Fall Childrens Book Drive The Christmas Toy Shop Project, Inc. is having a Fall Childrens Book Drive. Donations of new and gently used books for ages 0-12 are requested. The books are included as part of the toy distribution to local needy children at Christmas. They are also requesting the participation of local clubs and youth groups in the book drive. Toys, both new and gently used, are also welcome. Donations are accepted at the Toy Shop, 550 16th Street N. in St. Petersburg or visit their website for other locals www.christmastoyshop.org. If your organization can help out with the book drive, please call 727-898-3962 or email toyshopelf@juno.com. View Statewide Trafc Cameras on Florida 511 App For travelers who want to see what highway, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has an app for that. The Florida 511 app associated with crashes, congestion and other incidents on all of Floridas interstates and toll roads. The app is for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is available for free download on the iTunes App Store. The Florida 511 app is the newest addition to FDOTs suite of resources travelers can call 511, visit FL511. com, download the 511 app and/ or register for My Florida 511 updates from FDOT. Florida 511 is updated with crashes, congestion camera views are available on FL511. com and now on the Florida 511 app. The 511 app uses the iPhones GPS information within miles of their location. Users can set the app to provide information for a range of up to 200 miles from their location on their registered My Florida 511 custom routes. Travel time information is also available based on location and direction of travel.

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46 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Everyday Cheap$kateBy Mary HuntWhat Kids Can Learn About Money and Life in This Economy afraid of everything. At the top of my list were communists, nuclear bombs and getting kidnapped by the Russians. I was totally convinced theyd sneak into town and grab me precisely moment the citywide air raid sirens sounded for the weekly test. No one would miss me until it was too late. My keen imagination turned me into a pint-sized emotional wreck. I dont know where I got my information, skewed as it was. In the that they would always protect me, I was left to my own devices. Its no secret that as a nation we are going through economically troubling times. Your personal economy may be how much should your youngsters and pre-teens know? I have a few thoughts: Keep it simple. If your kids are old enough to be aware that something is going on with the national economy, talk about it. Keep it simple and brief, followed by the assurance that national and world economies have been going up and down for centuries. Life is a journey. We never know for sure whats up ahead. Filter. Limit (or eliminate) kids shows that drone on and on about the economy. Kids may not understand, but theyll pick up on the negativity and worry about things over which they have no control. Kids should know that the most important economy is the one within your home. Income. Parents should not, in my opinion, tell children how much money they earn -whether you are at the poverty level, treading the waters of unemployment or well-heeled. Kids dont need that information, and when they have it they dont know how to interpret it. One reader shared how, as a child, her entire attitude about life changed the day she decided they were rich and she deserved whatever she wanted. Condition. If, in light of the current economic news, the kids ask about your own question like, Honey, why do you want to know? If the child worries youll be homeless tomorrow, assure her that is not the case. If he asks so he can brag about how rich he is, the answer should be something like, That is our private information privacy. Model. A frugal lifestyle, where you live below your means, is the best environment in which to raise kids. When children observe their parents consuming carefully, making wise spending decisions, choosing not to buy the biggest and the best, and not living on credit, they begin to assimilate those values. The most important thing you can teach your kids right now -and at the same time yourself -is that they are going to be OK, and together as a family you can weather any storm. And you will!

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 47 Eat, Drink and Be ScaryAcross South Pinellas county, kids and adults celebrated Halloween with parties, costume balls, and trick-or-treating. Heres a collection of some of what we saw this past holiday weekend. Photos By Cathy Salustri and Pam Mcginnis

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48 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Girls Inc. Father Daughter Ball a Success Kristin Ross, 10, of Pinellas Park disembarks the limo at the Girls Inc. Father Daughter Ball It was a magical night on Saturday, October 15, when Girls Incorporated of Pinellas. sponsored their second annual Father Daughter Ball at the Tradewinds Island Resort. It was a glittering affair complete with limo rides and a rolled-out red carpet to greet guests. The Ball was sold out for the second year in a row with over 500 dads and daughters decked out for the occasion. The crew from Radio Disney had them dancing the night away, professional magician Geoff Williams dazzled with his wizardry, and guests bid on silent and live auction items from over 100 businesses. Most importantly, the fundraiser was a great success, with proceeds providing scholarship assistance for girls in need to attend Girls Inc. Local Toastmasters Club Forming Are you nervous when you have to speak in front of groups of people? Would you like to become a better public speaker? A group is organizing a local Gulfport Toastmasters Club to create an environment for you to improve your public speaking skills contact Don Stafford at 727-3282921 or don@rsri.net.Polish American Society News The Polish American Society of St. Petersburg located at 1343 Beach the Coast Guard Commissary) will Sunday of the month through May. They will be open every Sunday with Years. Dancing will be from 4-7 p.m. Food will be available. Admission will be $5 for members and $7 for guests. Call 727-894-9908 or visit www.polishsociety.org. For hall rental, call Randy at 727525-8255.Fashion Show to Benet St. Anthonys is celebrating the 80th anniversary of St. Anthonys Hospital with a luncheon/fashion show, Celebrate in Style, to be held November 18 at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort, 501 Fifth Avenue NE, St. Petersburg. Individual tickets are $75 and include complimentary valet parking. A patron ticket is $100 and includes valet parking and program listing. Dillards will be presenting the fashions. Checks should be payable Inc. and mailed to 6900 10th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, Florida 33710. If you have any questions about the event, please contact either co-chairman, Joan Jaicks at 896-5097, or Mary Ellen Conte at 821-2078. Proceeds of the luncheon/ St. Anthonys Hospitals new emergency center.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 49 Loraines Academy Celebrates Milestone Spa Training Facility, co-owner Kathryn Blankenship Alvarez told the crowd gathered in front of Loraines Academy Tuesday morning. We are proof of what a small business can achieve with commitment to a high level of quality and service, perseverance, and a highly dedicated and talented staff. because they trained people for a burgeoning market: The U.S. Department of Labor says that overall employment of cosmetologists, massage therapists, nail techs and skincare specialists is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations through 2018; 19% for manicurists; 20% for massage therapists and hairdressers; and a whopping 38% for skin care specialists, Ms. Fordham said. Loraines Academy opened 45 years ago. The Academy had seven graduates the Loraine Pils Luyten, the schools founder, smiles as Kathryn Blankenship Alvarez introduces her to the crowd celebrating the L.A. Spa Training Center. The L.A. Spa offers training for massage and skin care training; the school also offers inexpensive massage and skin care services to the public. Call 347-4247 to make an appointment. Nancy Blankenship Fordham, in red, and Kathryn Blankenship Alvarez, in black, help St. Petersburg mayor Bill Foster cut the ribbon the new L.A. Spa at Loraines Academy. While the academy has been educating area beauty professionals in hair, skin and nails for the past 45 years, Loraines started educating students in the art of massage16 years ago. The new wing of the academy creates a serene spa environment for the skin and massage school and allows the hair and nail divisions to expand in the main school.

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50 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Peacock Wins Small Dog Costume Contest Hannah, a blonde dachshund rescued from a puppy mill, dazzled judges at Gulfports Doggie Halloween party and costume contest. Hannah strutted her stuff, which consisted of peacock feathers, for the judges at the annual event. From dachshunds to Newfoundlands, dogs of all shapes and sizes donned costumes of every kind last Thursday night at Gulfports Art Village Courtyard. The judges awarded prizes in three categories: small, medium and large dogs. Although Hannah didnt win the overall contest, she did triumph over many other small dogs for the best costume on a small dog honor. Competition included a Boston Terrier puppy begrudgingly dressed as a bumblebee, another dachshund dressed as a hybrid liger, and yet changes. because dachshunds have short legs and cant swim well, so he needs to have a boat. Politics aside, the hordes of dogs that overtook the courtyard got along well with no reported incidents, perhaps because the three dogs dressed event. For more pictures of pups at the event, please visit the photo gallery at TheGabber.com, where you can add your own dogs Halloween photo. Hannah, a rescued dachshund, won the small dog costume contestr at Gulfports Doggie Halloween Party. Ongoing 13-week revolving course. Start any week. Power Point presentation. 400 page materials book. One day 8-hour course available Completion satisfies FL Boater ID Safety Requirements.GulfportUSCG Auxiliary Flotilla 7-16, 3120 Miriam Street S. When: Every Thursday 7:30-9:30pm. Special: SAT. ONE DAY Course 8am-5pm *pre-registration suggested Contact: 727-399-7986 email: auxgulfport@live.com St. PetersburgUSCG Auxiliary Flotilla 72, 1300 Beach Dr. SE (USCG South Moorings) When: Every Tuesday, 7:30pm-9:30pm Contact: 727-898-1324 or www.cgaux72.infoSt. Pete BeachUSCG Auxiliary Flotilla 78, Warren Webster Community Center, 1500 Pass-a-Grille Way When: Every Tuesday, 7:30-9:30pm Contact: Jim at 360-4846 or Warren at 321-7801

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 51 Breast Cancer... Wheee!So, OK, my friend Kelli has breast cancer. Which, I think we can all agree, sucks. Shes got a little kid and husband who love and need her very much, and she has, over the past 40-some-odd years, grown rather fond of being alive. The whole cancer thing inconvenient for her, to say the least. Before I continue, I want to say that Ive known more than my fair share of people with breast cancer and, sadly, many other varieties of cancer. My aunt and godmother died way too young of breast cancer, but my greatgrandmother and grandmother both survived it. Cancer is as rampant in my family as anger issues, drunken grudges that last longer than most marriages; I am no stranger watching people battle cancer. I tell you this so that you understand my sincerity when I tell you cancer is a laughing matter. It has to be. Kelli and her family could spend hours on the couch, fretting over what might happen and what, in fact, has happened to many others. It would not do them a bit of good, and she realizes this. The best thing she can do is demand the best care available, ask lots of questions, and, as she decided to do after receiving her primary diagnosis, laugh her way through the disease. Cancer, we decided, can be funny. Breast cancer doubly so, if youll pardon the pun. Dont think so? Kelli and I have prepared a short list of ways shes going to laugh her way through this nightmare. As she said to me as we shopped for Halloween candy last week, shes the one with cancer, so whos going to argue with her? 6. You get to be bald. Look, I have no idea what my scalp looks like. Is it bumpy? Does it have any odd birthmarks? Is bald a good look for me? Most of us will never know, because we simply lack the fashion fortitude to shave our heads. Cancer patients, though... man, they get to the hair could grow back a different color, curlier, or straighter. Its like getting a whole new head of hair for free. 5. Until you do lose your hair, why not have some fun? Go big or go home, I say. Kelli didnt start chemo in time for Halloween, so we missed the boat on dying her hair orange and black and shaving a pumpkin into the back of her head. With a little luck, though, shell have poisons whipping through her blood by Thanksgiving, so were thinking of shaving a horn of plenty into the back of her heard and dying her dark blonde locks some soothing horn-of-plenty colors. 4. Points. Kelli is lucky enough to have health insurance she and her husband own PJs but she still has to make co-pays to her new BFFs: oncologists, surgeons, and payments, she can use the points to take a trip to Spain and eat grilled octopus. 3. Weight loss. For women, this is a biggie. How many of us struggle to pounds off our hips? Once you start getting chemo, youre probably not going to keep anything down. For people like me who are a big fan of food, that part, admittedly, is a bit of a downer. Kellis gym membership luck is it that she hadnt gotten around to renewing yet? She can hang up her gym shoes and sit back and just watch the weight fall off! Plus, you know, the weight shes going to lose with that double mastectomy shell be model-thin. As I understand it, a DD cup breast weighs about 10 pounds. Thats 20 pounds right there. point... 2. You get new boobs. Most women get breast cancer either right about the time or just after their breasts start to, shall we say, feel their age. For you perky A and B cups out there, aging breasts arent an issue. For those of us slightly more well endowed, though, the prospect of gunning down middle age with a new set of the ladies is wonderful. Because and this is the best part the new set wont sag. Ever. Think about that for a moment. You get to trade in the 1960s or 1970s models for brand-new cleavage that can be any size you want. 1. Nothing. Nothing is the best part about getting cancer, even highly treatable (when caught early) cancers such as breast cancer. The treatment isnt fun. Losing your hair, not being able to keep food down, having a single or double mastectomy its all just a rotten, lousy hand of cards that one in every eight women will be dealt in her life. I have tremendous hope for Kelli and women like her, and I hope that as they go through the hell that is to laugh. After all, journalist Linda Ellerbee says, a good time to laugh is any time you can. Id be lying if I told you Kelli wasnt to laugh now. And, after all, shes the one with cancer. Who are we to argue? Contact Cathy Salustri at CathySalustri@theGabber.com.

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52 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 Sunday Dinners at Czechoslovak Center The Czechoslovak Cultural Center at 1601 49 Street S. in Gulfport serves Sunday dinners. All meals are prepared by their Czech chef. You need not be a member of the Cultural Center to attend the ethnic dinners. Call Mary at 727-573-4645 by noon on Fridays to make your reservations. Hall is available for rental; call Anna at 727-345-8707. Toastmasters Club to Meet The St. Petersburg Toastmasters Club is internationally recognized as one of the most successful in world. They meet every Tuesday at 6:20 p.m. in the Piccadilly Cafeteria at 1900 34th Street N., St. Pete. For more info, contact Tom Szena at 727-4812318, or tsezna@tampabay.rr.com or visit http://stpetetoastmasters.org/ or http://2284.toastmastersclubs.org/. Register for Mens Flag Football LeagueST. PETERSBURG football adult league general registration is November 7 through December 23, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Bldg. A. Winter league begins the week of January 9, 2012. League play by the Florida Sports Foundation 7 on 7 rules with playoff games for top four seeded teams. Games played at Woodlawn Park, 1450 16th Street N. $385 league team fees apply. In addition, all city residents must purchase an ADVANTAGE Card Membership or non-resident card for $38/season or $125/annual. Visa, Mastercard, cash and checks payable to the City of St. Petersburg. Call Athletics at 727-892-5223. The Wine Region of Navarra Spain Navarra is the name of both the autonomous region in northern Spain, and The Navarra wine region lies between Rioja and the French border to the northeast. The foothills of the Pyrenees descend towards Navarra from the north and the Ebro River runs up from the south into Rioja to the west. Navarras capital, Pamplona, lies just north of the wine region. With its special both of these regions while retaining its own individual wine style. Displa y Ad ve r tising? Call Gina at321-6965Deadline T ues 5pmtheG a b b e r

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 53 Drop Food Donations at Boca Ciega High School The Salvation Army Food Drive will accept donations at Boca Ciega High School located at 924 58th Street S. in Gulfport through November 14. head south on 58th St. S. and turn left on 11th Ave. S.. Once you turn left look to the left and you will see a fenced in parking lot. They are in Bldg. 8 in the same parking lot. Look for a large JROTC sticker on the back door. You can call or email mcglamryw@ pcsb.org, bracciom@pcsb.org, or whiteheadf@pcsb.org to give advance warning so they can step outside and pick up as you drive in. They are collecting only from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m., M-F. Thank you in advance for your generosity.Find Help with Medicare Decisions The Florida Department of Elder Affairs SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) program, in partnership with the Area Agency on Aging is offered at no cost to you. Specially trained volunteers can assist you with your Medicare, Medicaid and health insurance questions by providing one-on-one counseling and information. This is The annual enrollment period for Medicare is October 15 through December 7. You can apply for Medicare three months before your 65th birthday. You can enroll in Medicare through the Social Security Administration. You may be eligible costs if you have limited income and resources. You may access an array of Medicare covered preventive services. Call 1-800-963-5337 or visit understanding your Medicare rights and options from a SHINE counselor.AMVETS Post 8 Bus Trip to Estero Island AMVETS Post 8 will take a bus trip to Estero Island/Fort Myers Beach on Friday, December 9 through Sunday, December 11. Trip includes Shell Resort & Spa, gulf front studio rooms with screened-in lanais, 50 cent trolley ride to historic district with waterfront cafes, shopping and more. Cost is $235pp, dbl occupancy. $470 includes roundtrip bus fare, all resort fees, complimentary snacks and liquor drinks on bus, pre-trip mimosas, bloody marys, donuts. They will keep you busy and laughing with fun gambling games on the bus. They will stop at AMVETS Post 312 for more fun in North Port on the trip back. They welcome nonmilitary people to join our veterans on this trip. Call Pat Webber at 727420-5500.Lithuanian-American Lunch this Thursday The Lithuanian-American Club is serving lunch on Thursdays from 1-3 p.m. at 4880 46 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg. The cost is $7 for entree, side, dessert and coffee. Todays lunch is Cepelinai (potato meat dumplings). Also available to buy is Lithuanian beer. Call Vida at 866-7936.

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54 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 visitors to beaches in the California State Parks system. Not surprisingly, they found natural environments like beaches and waterfront parks theme parks, gyms and constructed urban refuges. But they worry the good times might not last. Natural environments are vulnerable to global climate changes, including changes in air quality, water quality, increases events and sea level rise, said Hipp. Few urban parks have planned for vulnerabilities to potential climate less the associated health effects to visitors.BODY OF KNOWLEDGE Your liver has at least 500 known functions. GET ME THAT. STAT! of 15.3 percent of their lives in ill health, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. American women feel poorly 13.5 percent of the time. The global average is 12 percent.STORIES FOR THE WAITING ROOM Heres some sobering news: Roughly 4 million Americans drink and drive each year, resulting in a whopping 112 million episodes in 2010 in which an inebriated motorist put people (including themselves) at risk, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That works out to almost 300,000 incidents of drinking and driving per day, which in turn translates into nearly 11,000 people killed every year in crashes involving an alcohol-impaired driver. And who are these drunk drivers? Based on data from the 2010 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Study, they are male (81 percent of drunk drivers), young (males 21-34 make up 11 percent of the U.S. population, but account for 32 percent of drunk driving episodes) and binge drinkers (85 percent of drunk drivers reportedly consumed before getting behind the wheel).DOC TALK Acute gravity attack -the patient fell over PHOBIA OF THE WEEK Chorophobia -fear of dancing BEST MEDICINE A patient shows up in a hospital emergency room. Doctor: What is it thats brought you here? Patient: An ambulance. Why? OBSERVATION I went to the doctor and he said I had acute appendicitis. I said, Compared to whom? -Humorist Jay London LAST WORDS I love you too, honey. Good luck with your show. -Cuban entertainer Desi Arnaz (1917-1986) in a phone conversation with his former wife, comedian-actress Lucille Ball. By Scott LafeeIts Cool and Cloudy -A Perfect Beach Day Summer, it turns out, may not be the optimum time to enjoy sand and surf, according to new Washington University-St. Louis study, which suggests cooler days at the beach are Mild temperature days and low tides offer the most restorative environments when visiting the beach, said J. Aaron Hipp, an Beachgoers visiting on a day nearly 3 degrees warmer than average were 30 percent less likely to perceive the beach or coastal park as restorative, compared with those visiting on average or cooler than average days. Hipp and study co-author Oladele A. Ogunseitan, a professor of social ecology at the University of California, Irvine surveyed 1,153

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 55 visitors to beaches in the California State Parks system. Not surprisingly, they found natural environments like beaches and waterfront parks theme parks, gyms and constructed urban refuges. But they worry the good times might not last. Natural environments are vulnerable to global climate changes, including changes in air quality, water quality, increases events and sea level rise, said Hipp. Few urban parks have planned for vulnerabilities to potential climate less the associated health effects to visitors.BODY OF KNOWLEDGE Your liver has at least 500 known functions. GET ME THAT. STAT! of 15.3 percent of their lives in ill Learn how to Cope with Grief Surviving the Holidays a GriefShare presentation will be held on Saturday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in the Fellowship Room at Cornerstone Community Church, 6745 38th Avenue N. in St. Petersburg. This is a special DVD seminar to help you cope with the holidays. If you are suffering from a loss, you are most welcome. It is free. Call Vivian at 727-343-7747. Health, Fitness, Nutritional Professionals WantedSubmitted by Mike Calamari We are gearing up for the 2nd Annual Prostate Cancer 5K Run & Walk being held on Saturday, January 7, 2012. This year will be bigger and better. In addition to the race we will have live music and food. We are adding a Mini HealthFitness-Nutrition Fair open to the public both Friday, January 6 and Saturday, January 7. book a table or want more information about the fair or event sponsorship, contact Coach Mike Calamari at 727638-2389 or email to coachmike64@ gmail.com. Green Saturday Holiday Market On November 26 there will be a green holiday market at Scout Hall and the surrounding park located at 5315 28 Avenue S. in Gulfport from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Peaceful Plate, Florida Frontier and the City of Gulfport are sponsoring this alternative to Black Friday shopping day with crafts and environmentally responsible products from local businesses and vendors. This market will celebrate simple, healthy living, peace, community and gratitude. Event features traditional skills demonstrations; herbal medicine and gifts from recycled material, solar baking, healthy holiday food prep, growing chickens, how to install and along with inspired speakers and live music. Within the market will be a Peace Village featuring kirtan, dances for universal peace and an all day moving and seated community meditation. Support local growers, purchase a fruit tree to plant in the spring for your Christmas tree. Enjoy music and theatrical storytelling for kids. Deadline for vending and demonstration space is November 10. Contact Crea @peacefulplate.org or Anna Scout ericanna@tampabay. rr.com or call 541-227-6655. Braille Classes forming in November The Pinellas Braille Group, a nonsectarian organization sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Temple Beth El, specializes in producing Brailleformat books and audio-recordings for the visually impaired. Their work reaches beyond Pinellas County to the entire country. To learn more or to register, call 727545-4724 or 727-347-9836, or email stargaizer@tampabay.rr.com. Circle of Friends of the Library The Circle of Friends Book Shop just received a new collection every Trekkie dreams of: Star Trek on the Brain: Alien Minds, Human Minds by Robert Sekuler and Randolph Blake. And hovering and Other Memories of Michelle Nichols. In addition, there are 30 Star Trek novels. West by Milner, OConnor and Sandweiss. Most books are priced at $2 or less. They graciously accept donations of books in good shape; they dont accept 8-track tapes. Library hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Gulfport library is located at 5501 28th Avenue S. For information contact the library at 727-893-1074.

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56 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $14 per issue. Call 727-321-6965. Appliance Repair DO YOU REPAIR APPLIANCES?People are calling the Gabber looking for your service! Please call today to advertise, 3216965. Attorney/Legal Automotive Service DO YOU REPAIR POWER WINDOWS?People are calling the Gabber looking for your service! Please call today to advertise, starting at $14/wk. 321-6965. Caregivers CNA, NEED IN-HOME ASSISTANCE?-I will assist with light housekeeping, meal prep, bathing & laundry. Nights & weekends. Call Trena, 727-642-4868. CNA -Total Care. House Keeping, Meal Prep, Etc. Dependable, Compassionate & Caring. 20yrs Experience. Please Call 727-488-4586 or 727-612-8582. DEPENDABLE CAREGIVERIm a kind, positive woman who can assist with all daily needs, errands, meals, etc. Licensed CNA, 727-902-8836. Classes/Tutoring REAL LESSONSw/Experienced Guitarist. Rock, Blues, Country, Slide n more. All Ages, All Levels. (Gigs too) Chris, 727-565-8717. TUTOR ELEMENTARY READING & MATHMasters Degree Teacher, Flexible Rates, Call Nadine, 727-504-9865. Cleaning/Housekeeping PROFESSIONAL CLEANINGDetailed Cleaning Every Time. 32 Years Experience, Excellent References. Satisfaction Guaranteed. (2010 Angies List Super Service Award) We do Windows too. Licenced, Bonded, Insured. $15 Off First Time Cleaning. 727-7430701.WENDYS CLEANING SERVICEIll clean your house like it is mine. 20 Years Experience. Call me for a price, 727-481-8138.NATURALLY HOUSEPROUDResidential Cleaning Services. Natural plant based 100% biodegradable cleaning products used. Houses, condos, apartments & rentals. Services: One-Time, Weekly/bi-weekly, Monthly/bi-monthly, Move-in/Move-Out. Discounts Veterans & Seniors! Licensed/Bonded/ Insured. Free Estimates. Call 727-954-3332 or visit www.naturallyhouseproud.net. HEIDIS DETAILED CLEANING-Quality Work Every Time, Guaranteed! Special for 1st time Customers. Excellent References. Residential & Commercial. 10yrs. exp. Licensed, Insured, Bonded. 727-254-1950 SPARKLING CLEAN HUSBAND/WIFE TEAM!No Other People in Your House or Condo. Gulfport/St. Pete Beach Area. Anytime. References Available. 727-330-0672. THE CLEANING LADYHoliday Cleaning. Reliable and dependable. 16 years Exp. Weekly, bi-weeklyResidential, Move-outs. References available. Please Call 727-6867277 CARPET CLEANINGRepairs, ReStretching, Sales & Service. Carl 727-460-7153. TOO BUSY TO CLEAN YOUR HOUSE? Housecleaning Holiday Special, Call Early! Rent-A-Hand. Inc. 347-3424, Lic.# 5842. Accounting Caregivers Cleaning/Housekeeping

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 57 COMPUTER REPAIR-Maintenance, Wireless, Tutor, Virus Removal, etc. Fast service, reasonable rates. Call Bob 727-656-0435. TRUTECH SOLUTIONS 727-343-2838In-Home Services: Internet Security, Training, Virus & SpyWare Removal, Maintenance & Repair, Data Recovery. (PC & Mac).SENIOR-FRIENDLY COMPUTER SERVICE In Your Home. Repair, Tutoring, Setup. Fair Rates, Reliable. Serving Gulfport, Pasadena, St. Petersburg, the Beaches, Phil Penrose 727-204-7288. Electrical B&B ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONSWe Have the Solutions to Your Electrical Needs. Lightning Protection. Fuses to Breakers, All Electrical Repairs & Installation. Senior Discounts. ER#13012577. 727-546-7047 AC ELECTRIC 727-345-3108Over 30 years. Experience. Residential & Commercial. New or Remodel work, Service Upgrades, Lightning Arrestors, Fans and Lighting Installed. State License #ER0007653. Handy Person HOME REPAIRS-Many Years of Experience. Quick Response to your Call and Get the Job Done Right. Call 727-644-6194 Low Rates. MR. FIXIT HOME HANDYMAN SERVICENo Job too Big or Small. Reasonable, Reliable, References. Senior Discount. Lawn Services Also. 727-906-6984. EXTREME HANDYMANSmall, Big, All Jobs. Affordable Rates, Friendly Reliable Service. 25 Years Experience in Most Fields. Call Jamie, 727-254-1392. GERMAN HANDYMAN-30+ Years Experience, Any Job, Any Time, Nights, Weekends. Reasonable, Reliable, Honest, Guaranteed. Free Estimates, Senior Citizens Discount, 727-432-8369. HANDYMAN SERVICESFree Estimates. We Do It all! You Dont Pay Anything Till Job is Complete, Great References! 727-688-9565. Licensed/Insured. Heat/Air Conditioning Computer Service HOME REPAIRS 727-327-7177Handyman 35yrs Experience, Multi-Skilled. Small Jobs Okay. Pressure Washing, Light Hauling, Lowest Rates. Free Estimates. Seniors & Veterans Discounts. CARPENTER DEPENDABLE!Have Tools Will Travel Trustworthy. Doors, Decks/Eaves/Rotted Wood, Etc. 24 Year Gab ber Advertiser. Free Estimates, Lic. C-5754. 727-821-9973. Handy Person Heat/Air Conditioning

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58 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 ROOFING REPAIRS $99 & UP30 Year Owens Corning Shingles. Metal roofing, at roofs. Lic#CCC1326066. Call 727418-3357. RESCREENING-1 Panel OK. Pool Cages, Sunrooms, Screen Rooms, Carports, Hurricane Windows/Screens, Concrete Slabs, Sot/Facia. Visa/Master Card, Free Estimates. 727-804-4300. RX11066857.GIANT MART 5485 HAINES RD. 33714We buy and sell windows, doors, aluminum awnings. Screens made or rescreened fast. 526-1494. WALL & CEILING REPAIRS/PAINTINGInterior/Exterior, Drywall/Plaster/Stucco, Texture, Wallpaper & Popcorn Removal, Painting. Pool Deck Repairs, Insured, #C4672 15% Off. 727-458-4209. CONCRETE BLOCK & BRICK WORKDriveways, Patios, Sidewalks & Slab Additions. Lic#C8057 & Insured. 30 Years Experience. 727-418-1701. A OLD TIME ROOFING CO. Residential, Commercial. All Types, Shingle & Tile Specialists. Old Time Workmanship & Integrity. Let A Old-Timer Do It! Licensed RCC0051451 and Insured. 824-9996. Lawn Equip. Repair DO YOU REPAIR LAWN EQUIPMENT?People are calling the Gabber looking for your service! Please call today to advertise, starting at $14/wk. 321-6965. Lawn/Landscape LAWN ENFORCEMENT AGENCYThank-you to All my Customers who have Called for Service! Nows the Season for Mulching and Winter Flowers. Also Hauling and Full Service Clean-ups. 727-637-7577. LAWN & HAUL-Affordable Prices. Roof Cleaning, Mowing, Hedge/Tree Trimming, Brush Removal, Code Violation Clean-Ups, Debris Hauling. Dependable. Senior Discounts. Dave, 727-215-2229. TREE REMOVALBig or Small. Trimming, Handyman, Yard Work, Cut Small Lots, Hauling. Licensed. Call Sylvester, 727-460-8721. Moving/Hauling DANS HAULING-727-341-1135. Full Service Clean-ups. Drop Off Trailers. Painting AFFORDABLE PAINTING BYTim Barrett Painting Inc. Honest & Dependable, Interior/Exterior, Workmanship Guaranteed. Free Estimates, 15yrs. Experience. Licensed/Insured, C9762 727-391-6694. BOYD FARMER PAINTING Family business. 30+ years, Residential, Commercial. No job to small. 2 coats paint. Quality guaranteed. Senior discount. C8626. 727-458-3650 PINNIX PAINTING INC.Interior, Exterior. In Business Locally Since 1980. Free Estimates. Commercial Residential References Upon Request. Lic. #C4334. 548-9293. Home Improvement Home Improvement PLACE YOUR AD HERE Starting at $14 per issue. Call 727-321-6965.EXPERT SPRINKLER REPAIR Rich Moseley, Irrigation Contractor. 15 Years Experience. Reasonable Rates. Well & Pumps. 439-0792 Leave Message. Lic.#C8312. Lawn/Landscape

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 59 SMALL JOB PLUMBINGSeniors Discounts, CFC1428150 Low Rates 727-525-3952. LINGOS PLUMBING RELIABLE-Repairs, Replacements, Fixtures. Sewers, Cleaning, Remodels, New Construction, Better Business Bureau Lic.#CFC1426040. 727-403-9523. Miscellaneous Service SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS In Your Home. Most Repairs Done in Home. All Makes, All Models. Work Guaranteed. 393-3632.TRAVELING HAIRDRESSER AVAILABLELicensed & Insured. Please Call Lois at 5224562 or Cell 410-5419. ALTERATIONSMost Slack & Jean Hems $7. Skirt Hems $10. Eileens Resale Boutique, 5401 Gulfport Blvd. Open Tue-Sat. 10-3p.m.KNIFE SHARPENINGSee us Fri. and Sat. at 66th St. Flea Market. 5601 66th St. N. For Pricing and Contact information go to www.stormbringerblades.com ONE TIME $250.-Turn into $5000. and $20,000 Over and Over. Find out How at www.roiunlimited.com/moonshine-tour. Php or Call David 727-328-1259. NEED EXTRA INCOME? Sell Avon. Call Dianne 727-215-8518 Help Wanted MATURE MALE DANCERS-Wanted. Call Forever Young for interview/details. 727-3604406. Automotive 1985 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE-$800. Motorcycles. Call Johnny 727-430-1035. 1994 CHEVY LUMINA APV MINI-Van. White w/Blue Interior, Very Clean. V-6 w/150,125 Miles. Good Condition, Good MPG. $2750. 727-360-0616 or 727-483-0341. 1995 CHEVY BERETTARuns good, 76K, $750 o.b.o. 727-347-8704. 2003 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE One Owner. Low Mileage, Garage Kept. Leather Interior, Must See to Appreciate. $9000. obo 267-421-7759.ABC JUNK CARSWeve Paid the Most Cash For Junk & Unwanted Vehicles for Over a Decade Now. No Lies Just Honest Business. So Call us First or Call us Last, but Call Us! 727-458-7710 THE HIGHE$T FA$T CA$H PAID TODAY! For your Junk Car, Truck, Van. Free 1hr. Pick-up Time. Title Requried. Sam 727-251-2130. Furniture/Appliances ANTIQUE ARMOIRE BUILT-in1850 for my Great Grandfather. Handcrafted in Solid Oak. Break away. Appraised at $2400. Asking $900. 727-424-7309. FACIAL & MASSAGE BEDAlso Five Dioptor Magnifying Lamp w/castors. $250/Both. 727686-3074.LAWN MOWERS, GO KARTS, BIKESAll Kinds. Flatbed Trailer 4 x 8. Also Lawn Mower and Small Engine Repair. Call Frank 727-418-8297. GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Waterfront Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for Info and Dates. 321-5717. GOING OUT OF BUSINESS-Display Cases, Glass Racks, Cutting Table, Beveled Mirrors, Windows. alittle bit of Everything! Gulfport Glass 1501 49th St. S. 727-430-1035.AVON REPS NEEDEDSign-up with top seller Or purchase products. Call Mirzana 727-453-2637 TWO (2) STEEL SERVICE STATION-drive on Ramps, 14ft. long. Would make good trailer. $200. 727-321-9019. 2 HALLS FOR RENT-Small 150pp. Large 300pp. Weddings, Meetings, Celebrations. Lithuanian American Club 4880 46th Ave. N. St. Petersburg. Vida 727-866-7936. Pets/Animals 2 SIX YEAR OLD CATS-White/Black and Tabby. Brother and Sister. Must nd good home cant keep because of Allergies 727565-8787. Wanted USED 16 BOAT TRAILER727-510-7696. FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Dennis Morgan desiring to engage in business under the ctitious name D&D Cleaning located in Pinellas County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florida Department of State, pursuant to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. November 3, 2011. FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE Notice is hereby given that M. M. Murders, desiring to engage in business under the ctitious name Audio Marketing Solutions, Inc. located in Pinellas County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florida Department of State, pursuant to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes.November 3, 2011 Plumbing Business Opportunity General Legal Notices LADIES 3X CAUSAL CLOTHESCheap. Jeans, Tops some New. 727-343-0518.

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60 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE-Sat. 8am.-4pm. and Sun. 12-4pm. 1319 Royal Palm Dr. S. St. Petersburg Fl. 33707.COMMUNITY YARD SALE Saturday Nov. 5th, 2011 from 8am.-2pm. at St. Lukes United Methodist Church. 4444 5th Ave N. Located in the Parking lot (sponsored by St. Lukes Thrift Store). Many items to include Housewares, Christmas, Craft supplies and Much More! Food Available for Purchase. Thrift Store will also be Open. ENTIRE CONTENTS OF HOME-Furniture, Lamps, Home Decor, Jewelry. 2649 Tifton St. S. November 3, 4 & 5. 9am.-2pm.YEI FLEA MARKETA Support System for Youth & Young Adults. Open Saturdays 8a.m.-1p.m. 4929 9th Ave. S., Gulfport. MINI ESTATE & YARD SALE-(inside & out). Friday & Saturday. Furniture, Sectional Couch, Paintings, Old Prints, Stuff! 1708 55th St. S. Gulfport. FRIDAY & SATURDAY MASSIVE-Porch Sale! 7am.-? Selling All Our Collections and Moving to Vegas! Jewelry, Antiques, Vintage Collectibles, Toys, Household, Kitchen, Art Glass, Murano, Nic Nacs, Tools, Electronics, Plants. Great Stuff at Great Prices!!! It All Goes! 5213 17th Ave. S. In Alley. NOT AN ESTATE SALE-Just a Weird Sale! Thurs.-Fri. 8am.-12:00. 5721 13th Ave. So. HULL ST. YARD SALE-Saturday, 8a.m.-? (between blocks of 7th Ave. & 15th Ave. S.) Many homes w/worthy treasures!ISLAND WIDE GARAGE SALE Paradise Island Area of Treasure Island. Over 80 Residents Participating. Saturday Nov. 5, 2011. 8 a.m. 3 p.m. VINTAGE COSTUME JEWELRY-and more. Sat. & Sun. 9am.-6pm. Rain or Shine. 2025 53rd St. So. 33707. FRIDAY & SATURDAY-7237 35th Ave. N. St. Pete. Lots of Misc. Items. LOTS OF GREAT ITEMS-Holiday, Misc. Household. Sat. 7am.-3pm. 4611 7th Ave. N. ROSIES ESTATE SALE5838 24th Ave. S. 8-? Saturday & Sunday. Entire Household, Furniture, Collectibles, Dolls. Never See Another One Like It! SATURDAY 8AM.2PM.-Misc. Items, Piano. Lithuanian American Club 4880 46th Ave. N. St. Petersburg. HUGE NEIGHBORHOOD SALE-Pasadena Bear Creek Neighborhood. 58th St. S., 66th St. S., 1st Ave. S. to 7th Ave. S. Sat. 5th & Sun 6th 8am. Look for Balloons and Signs. PRESHOOL CLOSINGLots of childrens toys & teaching tools. Lots of Daycare Teaching supplies. 2863 56th Way N. 8-2 Friday only. 6141 8TH AVE. S.Sat. 8-1p.m. Furniture, China, Kitchen, Clothes Size 10-3X, Purses, Shoes, Misc. Treasures. LOOK! Lots of Christmas decorations, Furniture and Toys. Something for everyone. Everything must Go!Saturday 8-? 2408 50th St. S. NO JUNK!! SUNDAY ONLY-9am. 5510 20th Ave. S. Gulfport. Books, Shelves, Home Decor, Tableware, Select Pine Furniture, Tools. CLEARANCEMost Items 50%-75% Off. $1 Bargain Rack. Eileens Resale Boutique, 5401 Gulfport Blvd. Open Tue-Sat10-3p.m. 1909 55TH ST. S.-Furniture including Sleep Sofa, Double Recliner, Desk, Plus size Womens Jeans Shorts & Tops. Misc. Household. Saturday 8am.-1pm. TOOL COLLECTION OF 60YRS.Sat. 8am.4pm. 5510 17th Ave. S. 2653 TIFTON ST. S.-Household Items, Tools, Deco Lamps, Antique Oval Walnut Table, Cherry Bedroom. Sat. 8am.-12:00. 1100 49TH ST. SO. -Benet Next STEPP Cen ter. Baby Items, Household, Clothes, Furniture & More! Saturday 8-3p.m. PILGRIM CHURCH FLEA MARKET -6315 Central Ave., Sat., 11/5, 9-1, Silent Auction, Snack Bar.

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 61 PASADENAChateaux Tower Great View from this lovely 1BR/1.5BA Condo. All Amenities, clubroom, pool, covered parking. Annual, No Pets, $800/ Mo. MARCOUX REALTY, 727-347-1535 or 727-360-9494. 4554 25TH AVE. S.2BR/1BA/1CG, Lovely Home w/New Paint & Carpet. $850/Mo. plus Deposit. Call 239-218-3177 or 239-898-9494. 1BR APT.1.5 Blocks from Gulfport Beach. $575/Mo., $575/Dep. 3015 56th St. S. #3. One year lease required. 727-424-7582. MUST SEE INSIDE2BR/1.5BA, W/D Hookup, Florida Room, Carport, C/H/A, Fenced, Clean! $825/Mo. WALTON REALTY, 727-4583613. 2213 57th ST. S.1st oor duplex apartment w/courtyard. 1/Br. Clean, quiet, steps to bus line, & shopping. Perfect for single person. $485/mo +Sec. 727-343-7933. NEED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT For Your Home? Our prices and services beat everyone in town. You deserve the best! Call LAND OF LIBERTE REALTY today at 727-360-2006, ask for Argie. SO. PASADENA-Near Stetson. 2BR/1BA. Washer/dryer hookup. $765/mo. 2BR/1BA w/ den, House w/garage & screened porch. $895/ mo. 727-345-7036. TYRONE SQUARE AREA 1 & 2BR APTS.Close to Busline & Shopping. $550-$750/Mo. No Pets 727-410-4209.LARGE 1BR/1BA 55+ CONDOIn Five Towns. Central Heat/Air. Water, Sewer, Gas, Cable, Included. Pool, Fitness Center. $625/Mo. +Sec. Furniture Optional. Available 11/1 727-343-7343. 727-455-8998. GULFPORT 1BR/1BA-in Tri-Plex. Living Room/Dining Recently Updated. Parking. $600/Mo. plus $600/Security. Suitable for Singles. Private Entrance. 727-481-7608. GULFPORT 2519 BEACH BLVD. S.Large 1 Bedroom, Open Floor Plan. Wood Floors. 7 Blocks to Beach. $650/Mo. 727-822-2955. 2807 BEACH BLVD.-2BR/1BA/1CG +Den. CHA, Oak rs, Clean, $975/Mo., 1st & last. 727-403-5000. WEST SHORE VILLAGE-Gated Community. Beautiful 2BR/2BR plus Den/Ofce Condo. Partly Furnished, 1400sqft. Garage, Large Swimming Pool, Lots of Fruit Trees, $950/Mo. 727-360-7190. 2BR/1BA-$750/mo. First, last & security. Small pet ok w/deposit. 55+. $100 application fee. 727-381-9824. 5945 FAIRFIELD AVE. S.-2BR/1BA. $625/ Mo., plus $625/Security. Parking. 727-7100776. VERY LARGE 2/1Plus Florida Room, Breakfast Nook, Private Laundry/Storage Room. Apt in Gulfport Art District. Newly Renovated, Beautiful, Walk-In Closet. $800/Mo. Includes Water. 727-687-0568. TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reasonable Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney Karen S. Keaton, Gulf Beaches Law, P.A. at 727-822-2200. RENT TO OWN MOBILE HOME-55+. 2BR/1.5BA, Corner Lot with Large Porch. $400/Mo. plus Purchase Option. St. Petersburg 727-744-3500. STUDIO APT. FOR RENT-$600/Mo. Includeds Utilities. Nice Neighborhood near Stetson. Completely Furnished. 1st/last & Security. 727-415-2992 or 727-424-9269. SMALL QUIET EFFICIENCIES -All utilities included. $100/wk. and up. Also need PT Handyman & Secretary. Possible live-in. 727289-3588. BEAUTIFUL TOWN SHORES55+, 1BR/1BA, Florida Room, Pool, 6th Floor. Annual $650/ Mo. Includes Cable, Hot Water, Gas (Cooking). Call 727-345-0993. PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $14 per issue. Call 321-6965. GULFPORT BEACH/ART DISTRICT1 Large Bedroom, Sunroom, Perfect for Professional or Senior. Covered Carport, Walk out to Garden. $690/Mo. 727-323-3028. YOUR PARADISE HAS BEEN FOUND-2/1 on Redington Beach. Single Family Home Only $2000/Mo. A Must See! Cindi Theodoros, 727-366-6199. GULFPORT BUNGALOW-2BR/1BA, New Cabinets & Fresh Paint. Spacious Living room/ Family room, Kitchen Appliances, Laundry Room, Screened Patio, $850/Mo. 813-6550882. PASADENA 2BR SPANISH HOUSE$695/ Mo. (Also 2BR Apt. $695/Mo). Furniture Available. Ceramic Floors, Large Rooms, Fenced Yard, Central Location. (2nd Ave. S./66th St. Area) Close to Shops, Bus, Beaches, Water Included, Free Parking. 727-614-2880. GULFPORT 2/1 HOUSE-Newly Renovated In Beautiful Quiet Marina District. Walk to Clam Bayou and Marina. W/D hookup. Private Fenced Backyard. $775/Mo. 727-687-0568. GULFPORT SMALL 1BRGround Floor in 4-Plex, Deposit $425, Rent $425. Tenant Pays Utilities. 5508 11th Ave. S. 727-323-4546. GREAT LANDLORD LOOKING FOR-Clean, Responsible Tenant. 1BR LR, Bonus room. CHA, Ceiling Fans, Newly Insulated Attic. W/D Hook-up, Garage. 5806 Gulfport Blvd. 727343-9595. 7401 5TH AVE. N.-1BR/1BA $550/Mo. 2nd Floor, Small complex. Storage and Covered Parking Available $35.00. Onsite Laundry. Pets negotiable. 727-251-5546. 1BR/1BA DUPLEXwith New Paint & Carpet. Private Front Porch, Large Backyard. 4942 14th Ave. So. $600/Mo. No Dogs. 773-5631194. HOT RENTAL-A Must See Ocean 12, N. Redington Beach, 3/3 Pool, On the Beach, 2560sqft. Flawless, Only $3500/Mo. Laura Anzuoni 727-249-9352. SPACIOUS 1BR CONDONewer Section Terrace Park, near 60th & Park St. N. Screened porch overlooking beautiful lake. Breakfast bar, fully carpeted, storage room. Utilities except electric included. Reserved Parking, $700/Mo. Annual, 1 Mo. Security, 55+. Small Pet okay with security. 727-385-8690, 727-345-8761. GULFPORT, NEWER 2/1 DUPLEX5140 24th Ave. S. Upstairs, W/D hookup, clean, shady porch, $800/mo. +$400 sec. See pics on Craigs list. 727-742-5140. S. PASADENA 2/1 HOUSEQuiet neighborhood, New CHA, W/D, New Appliances, Fenced. Pets OK. $975/mo. 7225 14th Ave. S. 727-643-9777 Real Estate for Rent Real Estate for Rent Real Estate for Rent

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62 Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 BEAUTIFUL 1BR/1BA FIRST FLOOR3542 41st Ave. S. 55+, Yearly Lease, Move-In Ready, Gated, Pools, Parking, Close to Shopping/Bus. Pet Okay. $650/Mo. 727-492-9065. see pictures at http://www.postlets.com/rst/5834362 CHATEAU TOWER-Spectacular open waterview from this Ninth Floor, 1BR/1.5BA, Unfurnished w/new appliances and new carpet. All amenities included. $900/mo. annual. No smoking/Pets. 727-367-8688. Furnished Rentals S. PASADENAFurnished 2BR/1BA, 55+ waterfront condo. Rent @ $1100/Mo. for 3 years. Ref. check, No Security. Call Dolores (Trustee) 727-470-1082. GULFPORT ART DISTRICT2BR/1BA, Garden Apt. Newly Renovated. New A/C/Ceiling Fan. Very Clean. No Pets, $750/Mo. plus Electric, Annual. 727-321-7966. LARGE MOBILE HOMEPinellas Park. 2BR, Eat-in Kitchen, Florida Room, New Carpeting. $700/Mo. $300/Dep. All Utilities Paid. Call Pat 727-418-8442. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 55+ CONDOAll Amenities, Carport. All Utilities Except Electric. Million Dollar Waterview. 3 Minute walk to Gulfport Beach, 10 minute ride to St. Pete Beach. 1150SF, $850/Mo. 727-239-2223. Accommodations to Share ROOM FOR RENT-Gulfport. $450/Mo. Utilities, Cable, Wi-Fi, W/D Included. On Bus Line. Call for Info. Very Clean! 727-384-9154. FURNISHED ROOMin Private Home. Kitchen Privileges, Washer/Dryer. All Utilities Paid. $125/Wkly, $125/Dep. Call Pat 727-418-8442. Commercial Properties Rent FABULOUS GULFPORT-Beach Blvd. ofce Building for rent! Great visibility for your Business! $1500/Mo. Call Marie Drew REMAX Preferred 727-657-1259. www.mariedrew.com 1BR FURNISHEDNear Beach, Library. Last 2 weeks February. Could lead to long term next year. Call 413-739-7034. OPEN SUNDAY 1-3PM.-5980 Shore Blvd. S. Town Shores #505 (Diplomat). 55+ Waterfront Community. Gorgeous 2/2 with Spectacular Intracoastal View. A Kitchen that will make your Mouth Water. $179,900. LUBIN TEAM REALTY 727-410-5707. Real Estate for Sale ST. PETE MOBILE HOMEResident Owned 55+ Park, 51x12, New Flooring, Sunroom, Carport, Furnished, $30,000. Maintenance Fee $80/Mo. 315-636-7701. PELICAN CREEK VILLAGE CONDO-with Amazing Pond and Golf Course view. 2/2 with 1 Car Carport, Remodeled Kitchen, Pergo Flooring, Sunroom, Indoor Laundry, Storage Galore. Wonderful 1st oor, Corner Unit. $159,900. LUBIN TEAM REALTY 727-4105707. 2BR/2BA CONDOEnd unit on Water. Partially Furnished. Shore Manor. S. Pasadena. $115,000. By Owner 815-621-1690 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE-55+. 2BR/1.5BA Corner Lot with Large Porch. New Floors. Central Air. $8000. 66th St. N. St. Petersburg. 727-744-3500. 3BR/2.5BA HOUSE-Masonry, Double car garage, corner lot, tile roof, Two walk-in closets, large backyard w/deck. $75,000. Call 2898729. 2BR/1BA HOME1100SF, C/H/A, Wood Floors, Fenced Yard, Convenient to new Walmart, busline. Investors Special, $45,000. 727866-3487. GULFPORT 50X104 LOT51st Way South and 17th Ave. Quiet kid friendly neighborhood Residential lot, $34.900 Call 321-1793 or 5027530 GREAT OPEN WATERVIEWSEmbassy 607. Updated Kitchen & Appliances. New fresh Paint & AC, Move-in Ready. Steps to Laundry/Elevator. Call Darren Owens, 727448-9174 for your Private Tour. SELLERS EXPRESS REALTY. KENWOOD HANDYMAN HOME & APT.Three Car Garage, Owner Finance with Low Down. WALTON REALTY, 727-458-3613. CLEARVIEW OAKS 55+ COMMUNITYBeautiful 2BR/1BA with Spacious Florida Rm. A Really Lovely Condo on the rst oor. $46,900. LUBIN TEAM REALTY 727-410-5707. Real Estate for Rent Real Estate Wanted Open House Real Estate for Sale Real Estate for Sale PLACE YOUR AD HERE Starting at $14 per issue. Call 321-6965. BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA-2 Level Home, 2 Car Garage, Plus 1 Car Carport. New in 2003. $239,900. 2911 Dupont St. S. LUBIN TEAM REALTY 727-410-5707. WATERFRONT 55+ CAUSEWAY VILLAGE2BR/1.5BA, Remodeled, Large Kitchen with Many Cabinets. Stack on W/D, Shed. Some Furnishings $7950. 727-417-1462. Classied Adv ertising $450* for a 10 wor d ad. 20 each additional wor d. D isplay Adv ertising from $1420** per column inch

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Gabber November 3 November 9, 2011 63 Real Estate for Sale Real Estate for Sale Real Estate for Sale TREASURE ISLAND LUXURIOUSWaterfront House. 3BR/3BA, 2263SF. Boat Slip, pool. $454,000. Alla Panteleyeva, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL REALTY, 727-251-4004. BEST VALUE WATERFRONT HOME3BR/2BA, Redington Shores. Walking dis tance to the beach. Short sale. $330,00. Alla Panteleyeva, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL RE ALTY, 727-251-4004. BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS 2/2 VILLAIn 55+ Community by Tyrone Mall. Owner Financing Available. Call Alla, 727-251-4004. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL REALTY.

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