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Gabber
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Title:
Gabber
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Gulfport gabber
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George W. Brann
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Gulfport, Fla
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June 20, 2013
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Pinellas -- Gulfport

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).

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Improving on Community: Gulfport Neighbors
By Cathy Salustri
After a brief yet impressive conjoining
of all walks of the Gulfport community,
a group effort to unite all walks of
Gulfportians in cleaning the streets and
helping their neighbors faltered but did
not die. The Gulfport Neighbors went,
for all intents and purposes, dormant
shortly after the 2011 local elections.
Although quiet for a few years now, the
Gulfport Neighbors has returned, this '\
time with new leadership at the helm -
Margarete Tober, Rose-Marie Seawall
and Bev Newcomb and new energy.
"We had good energy and a lot of ideas,"
Ms. Seawall says Margarete Tober and Rose-Marie Seawa


See Neighbors, page 24


Gulfport's Budget:
Approved at
Lightning Speed
Last week Gulfport City Council
unanimously passed its $17-million-
plus annual budget in less than 10
minutes.
The budget, which includes a decrease
of four percent (over $724,00) over
last year, will get help from slightly
increasing property values. The upturn
in property values will add $25,000 in
additional money into city coffers.
Gulfportians will pay a property tax
rate of 4.039, or $4.039 per thousand
dollars of assessed property value.
Money from the city's water, sewer,
trash, and marina funds will help the
city balance its budget, although this
means any repairs or upgrades to the
water, sewer, and trash systems as well
as the marina must come in the form of
a loan from the city to those funds.
The city's two largest expenses remain
public safety (45.8% of the budget) and
leisure services (23.8%).
City Council will finalize the budget at
a second andfinalreading on September
18 at 7 p.m. in city hall chambers.
To view the budget in full detail, visit
MyGulfport.us.


Smokey Ulark, a Lion with the uultport Lion's Ulub, draws
a Bud for a thirsty volleyball fan at this past weekend's AVP
qualifier.
This weekend Gulfport Beach had hopefuls from
across the country competing on the sand with hopes
of making it big on the beach volleyball scene.
The Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP)
qualifier, a precursor to this coming weekend's
tournament in Vinoy Park, saw competition
between 50 teams of hopefuls. Saturday morning, a
crowd gathered to watch the players take their turn
on the sand.
See Volleyball, page 3


Neighbors.







Last Chance for Lions
Mulligan Open
The inaugural Gulfport Lions
Mulligan Open will be taking place
Saturday, September 14th at the
Pasadena Yacht and Country Club.
It is a four person scramble, shotgun
start event beginning at 1 p.m.
Registration is still open and they
will be accepting payment the day
of the event for all of the last minute
players deciding to join Four person
teams are advised at this point as
most single spaces have been filled.


So you still have time to dust off
the clubs and help support their
fund raising event for this year's
Christmas Toy Shop. Registration
fee is $90 with golf, cart and range
balls included. Registration starts at
12:00.
A southern style BBQ will be held
after the event at the Lions clubhouse,
4630 Tifton Drive S., Gulfport.
Raffle, 50/50 drawings and silent
auction will be taking place at the
clubhouse. Raffle drawings include
a Taylormade Rlls fairway wood,
Cleveland wedges, one night stay at


the Sirata Beach resort, local area
restaurant certificates and more.
The silent auction items include
Tony Esposito signed memorabilia,
Studio Photo shoots, and a Lightning
hockey stick just to name a few of the
items available.
So come on out and join the
tournament with fellow golfers
and help the less fortunate in the
community for the holidays. For more
information, sponsor and registration
forms, please contact Smokey Clark at
727-323-0116 or f 1. i k 1i.1p.i mi.. il..y.
rr.com for full details.

Learn about Tides
and Currents
The United States Power
Squadrons Seminar Series, "Tides
and Currents", will be presented by
the St. Petersburg Sail and Power
Squadron on Wednesday, September
18, from 7-9 p.m. The seminar deals
with how the sun and moon create
tidal patterns, sources of information
about tides and tidal currents,
simple ways to predict height of tide
and current flow and how to use both
printed and electronic tide tables.
Seminar willbeheldat St. Petersburg
Sailing Center, 250 Second Ave.
SE, Demens Landing (take 1st Ave.
East and cross the small bridge to
Demens Landing), St. Petersburg.
Instruction is free, materials are $30
per family, maximum of 20 students;
pre-registration required. Contact
St. Petersburg Sail and Power
Squadron at www.boating-stpete.
org.

German for Beginners
Class Offered
Register now for German for
Beginners. This class will teach you
conversational German, which is
great for travelers or for those that
just want to learn that language.
You will explore the German culture
and get ready for Oktoberfest by
sampling some great German beers
and Riesling wines. This is an
8-week class running September
23rd-October 17th. Class will meet
every Monday and Thursday from
6-7:15 p.m. The cost is only $99
and students must pre-register by
September 19th. Visit www.spbrec.
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Volleyball, from front page
Included in the hopefuls was the
city's vice mayor, Dan Liedtke, who
did not pass muster to progress to
the next level.
Gulfport broke even on the weekend's
expenses, except for its labor costs,
City Manager Jim O'Reilly told the
Gabber. At press time, the city had
yet to calculate labor costs for the
weekend's event. Had the anticipated
64 teams registered, the city would
have had no financial outlay.

Corey Fall Car and
Truck Show
The Annual Fall Corey Car &
Truck Show will be held Saturday,
September 14th from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Over 100 stock and modified
cars entered. Live music by Joel
& Dakota, father/son duo from
Tarpon Springs. Food vendors
include Jaxson's on the Boulevard
and Tropiccool Sorbet Treats. For
registration form and/or more
information call 727-'. 17-8082 or
go to www.premiumcarshows.com.
Corey Car & Truck Show sponsored
by Premium Productions, CABA and
City of St Pete Beach. Awards by


South Pasadena
Civic Association
The South Pasadena Civic
Association will sponsor a Tampa
Bay Rays ball game on Tuesday,
September 17th. For tickets call
Agnes at 347-5292.


Dudley's Trophies, Pinellas Park.
Free parking. Free entry. Event info:
727-498-8778.

Public Safety
Boating Class
An ABS (About Boating Safety)
Class will be offered on Saturday,
September 14th from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. at the USCG Auxiliary
Building at 3120 Miriam Street S.
in Gulfport (use the side entrance).
There will be a one our lunch break


about 12 noon (you can bring your
lunch). Bring pens and pencils
and note paper. Cost is $40 per
person, books and materials will
be furnished. Upon completion the
student will receive a wallet card,
8x10 certificate and the State of
Florida "bobber" card. All materials
are furnished for the student and
you may take them with you after
the class. They will break one hour
for lunch and have several breaks
during the day. For information and
registration call 727-399-7986.


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Comedy Magic Show
Enjoy a family-friendly comedy
magic show with a touch of hypnosis
by Cesar Domico for ages 7 and up
on Thursday, September 26th at 8
p.m. at the Catherine A. Hickman
Theater, 5501 27th Ave. S., Gulfport.
Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the
door. For tickets and information
visit www.gulfportmagicshows.com.

Gulfport Neighbors
Trash-a-Thon
Gulfport Neighbors, a three-year-old
non-profit community organization,
invites Gulfportians, and their
friends and family to participate
in its next popular monthly beach
cleanup on Saturday, September 14
at 9 a.m. Orientation is at the large
Shelter 4 on Gulfport Beach, followed
by a two-hour beach cleanup, and
then a Dutch-treat lunch gathering
at a local spot to be announced.
If you are looking for an activity
where you can get outdoor exercise
and meet interesting people while
reducing the pollution in our


waterways and ridding our beach of
debris, this event is for you.
Please bring what you need for
sun and bug protection. Wear good
foot protection and support. The
Gulfport Merchant's Association is
generously providing gloves, trash
bags, water and Gatorade. Please
also bring a grabber or rake if you
have one.
Gulfport Neighbors t-shirts will be
available for purchase for $10.

Help send WWII
Vets to DC
Nursing Organization of Veterans
Affairs (NOVA)isholding afundraiser
to sendWWII Veterans to Washington
DC for free through Honor Flight of
West Central Florida. The event will
be held on Saturday, September 14
at Quaker Steak & Lube, 10400 49th
Street N., Pinellas Park and includes
a poker run (registration 9-11 a.m.),
gift basket raffles, vendors, and
live music by "The Red Sunday"
(2-6 p.m.). Free to attend, poker run
extra. For information contact Dave
Howard at 727 343-1272.


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Did you witness an auto accident on
September 6 on Gulfport Blvd. in the
area of 54th Street involving a blue
Kia Sorento? Please help, call Bill at
727-530-4600.
Water Carnival at
St. Pete Beach Pool
Come to the pool and try your luck
at some pool games. Join them at
the St. Pete Beach Aquatic Center,
7701 Boca Ciega Dr., on Saturday,
September 14th from 10:30 to
11:30 a.m. There will be both water
and land based games for children to
play, prizes to be won and great fun
to be had along the way. This event
is fun for the whole family including
carnival games, water activities and
treasure hunt. The cost is only $3
per person. Don't forget to bring your
swim suit and towel. Spend the rest
of the day relaxing at the pool from
noon-3 p.m. Call 727-363-9264 or
visit www.spbrec.com.


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Heritage Village's Final
Writing Workshop
Award-winning author Angela
T. Pisaturo concludes this year's
historical writing workshop at
Heritage Village. The final workshop
is on Friday, September 13, from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This workshop will
conclude the novel writing class.
Participants will discuss how to
submit their works to publishers
and look at the differences between
traditional publishing and self
publishing
The workshop is $15 per person;
$13 for Pinellas County Historical


Society members. Call 727-582-2233
to register or for more information.
Heritage Village is located at 11909
125th Street N. in Largo. This living
history museum brings more than
150 years of local history to life.
Tour 28 authentic buildings and
structures and experience historical
Pinellas County through hands-on
exploration. Paths wind through 21
acres and connect with the Florida
Botanical Gardens and the Florida
Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and
Interactive Museum.
Heritage Village is open Wednesday
to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. It is closed all


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Take America's
Boating Course
Are you ready to expand your boating
knowledge and skills? America's
Boating Course will be presented
beginning Monday, September 16,
from 7-9 p.m. and continue for an
additional six weeks on Monday
nights. This program, presented over
seven evenings by the St. Petersburg
Sail and Power Squadron, is
available to anyone 12 or older. It
covers Required Safety Equipment,
Boat Handling, Rules of the Road,
Navigation Aids, Anchoring, Adverse
Conditions, Communications,
Trailering, PWC Operation, Knots
and Lines, Introduction to Charts and
more. This is an essential course for
all boaters. Graduates qualify for a
Florida Boating Safety Education ID
Card and may qualify for insurance
discounts.
St. Petersburg Sailing Center
is located at 250 Second Ave.
SE,Demens Landing, St Petersburg.
Instruction is free, materials cost $35
per family. Maximum of 20 students.
Pre-registration required. Register
on-line at www.boating-stpete.org.







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Take Advantage of Free
Prostate Screening
The J. West Prostate Cancer
Foundation will conduct a blood test
only prostate cancer screening from
1-3 p.m. Friday, September 20 at the
Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th
Avenue S.
The screening is free of charge
and takes less than 20 minutes to
complete. "Persons tested will receive
their results confidentially within
two weeks," explained Michael
Calamari, a J. West Foundation
board member and organizer of the
event.
Prostate Cancer is very treatable
if detected early. The free screening
takes a small blood sample, which is
tested for the presence of a prostate
specific antigen. Rising PSA levels
are one indicator of the probability
of prostate cancer and an indication
that further testing, by a physician,
might be warranted.
The J. West Prostate Cancer
Foundation, a tax-exempt 501 (c)
3 organization, also sponsors the
annual 5K Run and Walk through
Gulfport each January.


For further information on the
screening or the run, scheduled for
January 4, 2014, please contact
Mike Calamari at 727-638-2389
or coachmike64@gmail.com. To
schedule an appointment for
the September 20th screening,
contact Gail Biron, Senior Center
Supervisor, at 727-893-2237 or
gbiron@mygulfport.us.

Catch a Jazz Concert
The September 19th concert of
Bobby Tess and the Dixie Chaps
has been changed to Thursday,
September 26th from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
at the Bilmar Beach Resort, Treasure
Island. Admission is $8. Call 727-
522-6877.


Submit an Essay for
City's Birthday
The Gulfport Historical Society
is taking essay submissions from
children in grades 1-12 for the
Society's birthday bash! This year's
theme is lMly Gulfport: What
Gulfport Means to Me." Essays
should be no more than 1,000 words
and be submitted to Cailey Klasson,
Youth Librarian at Gulfport Library
in person or via email by September
25th. There is a cash prize for the
winner and their piece will be read
at the Historical Society's Birthday
Bash on October 12. Contact Cailey
at cklasson@mygulfport.us or 727-
893-1074.


Celebrating 30 Years of Professional
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Leroy Selmon's
Tyrone Mall
2424 Tyrone Blvd. N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33710
Wednesday, September 18th
3:30pm


Outback Steakhouse
4088 E. Park St. N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33709
Thursday, September 19th
11:00am


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Democratic Club to Meet
The September 12th meeting of the Greater Pinellas Democratic Club will
feature Stetson Law School Professor Michael (Mike) Allen who will speak on/
review the work of the last session of the Supreme Court and discuss cases that
will be coming up when the Court convenes this October.
The meeting, which will be held at Banquet Masters, 8100 Park Boulevard,
Pinellas Park, will start with cocktails (cash bar) and social time at 6 p.m.
followed by a delicious buffet dinner at 6:30 ($15, make reservations please) and
the speaker's presentation. Call Betty Morgenstein at 727-360-3971.


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One Step Closer to the
Cure 5K Run/Walk
The Celma Mastry Ovarian Cancer
Foundation announces the 3rd
annual One Step Closer to the Cure
5K Run/Walk. This event, which
takes place on Saturday, September
14th at Albert Whitted Park, 480
Bayshore Drive SE in downtown
St. Petersburg starts at 7 a.m.
This exciting community event
hosts several types of challenges in
which any age can participate and
help find a cure: a 5K Run/Walk, the
1-Mile Fun Run, and the Overcoming
Obstacles Challenge. Over 1,400
participants are expected.
One-hundred percent of proceeds
go toward the goals of the Celma
Mastry Ovarian Cancer Foundation,
which are:
* sponsor research
* assist in the development of an early
detection test and in prevention
* educate the community
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Attention young writers!
Do you love to write? Do you dream
of getting your book published?
Then take part in Gulfport's second
annual Youth Writing Book Contest!
It's open to grades 1-12. Learn from
professional writers every Saturday
starting September 14th-November
16th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Gulfport
Library; parents are welcome to
attend as well. The winner will have
their book published and added to the
library's collection! Contact Cailey
at cklasson@mygulfport.us or 727-
893-1074.


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The St. Pete Beach Community
Center has new Senior Excursions
on the schedule for the fall. The
excursions are a great way for local
seniors to travel with their friends.
The new trips are as follows:
September 25th: Tour of Port of
Tampa; October 18th: Tarpon
Springs for lunch and shopping;
November 15th: Delightful Dunedin
for lunch and shopping; December
13th: Shopping at International
Mall; December 20th: Holiday
Lights at Botanical Gardens and
Largo Central Park. All excursions
will depart from the St. Pete Beach
Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega
Dr. Trip times vary. All participants
must pre-register by the Wednesday
prior to the excursion. Each trip is
$12 for residents of St. Pete Beach
and $15 for non residents. For more
information visit www.spbrec.com
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CARE

Caring About Our Elders




Join us for a free lunch celebration & presentation
for the aged 55-and-better LGBT Community.

* Learn about free LGBT social programs and services
* Know a homebound elder we can help?
* Learn about volunteer opportunities


Register for Mini
Triathalon
It's that time again to start registering
for the 3rd Annual Keep Gulfport
Weird Mini Triathlon scheduled for
Saturday, September 28, same day
as the Tangerine Blues Fest. Here
is some information regarding this
event. Please go to www.mygulfport.
us, then Events, then upcoming
events, then Keep Gulfport Weird
Triathlon, "Keep Gulfport Weird
Mini-Triathlon registration" to
download the registration form.
Please make sure you turn in your
registration and registration fee of
$10, by Friday, September 20th.
The race is designed to be short
enough to invite participation from
most ages and fitness levels, whether
individually or in teams, and is
intended to be simply for fun. The
competitive component is not the
priority, but rather the gathering of
community in the spirit of having
fun and getting outdoors. For a map
of the triathlon route, please visit
www.mygulfport.us, then Events,
then upcoming events, then Keep
Gulfport Weird Triathlon.
If you would like to participate as a
volunteer, your assistance is key for
the success of this event. Or, if your
businessisinterestedinparticipating,
please contact Justin Shea at 727-
893-1118. Family teams, individuals,
community business teams, and
organizations are encouraged to
participate in this noncompetitive,
fun focused event!
This year, everyone who registers
gets a cool bright orange t-shirt
with the Keep Gulfport Weird logo.
Registration is $10 per person.
Please go to www.mygulfport.us,
then Events, then upcoming events,
then Keep Gulfport Weird Triathlon,
"Keep Gulfport Weird Mini-Triathlon
registration" to download the
registration form. Please make sure
you turn in your registration and
registration fee of $10, by Friday,
September 20th. T-shirts will not be
available if you register the day of
the event.
Get in on the fun, then more at
Tangerine Blues Fest Saturday
September 28! For more information,
please contact Justin Shea, City of
Gulfport Technical Events Specialist,
at 727-893-1118.


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Fine Dining every
Thursday
Come join them at the Sons of Italy,
2500 34th Street S. in St. Petersburg
every Thursday from 4-8 p.m. for
a 3-course dinner. Cost is $10;
donations to the scholarship fund.
Call 798-6355 for reservations.

Register for Cheer
and Hip Hop
Registration for this season of
Cheer America will be on September
16th and All American Youth Hip
Hop/Modern Jazz on September
18th. Registration will be held at the


St. Pete Beach Community Center
from 6-7:30p.m. Cheerleading classes
will be held on Monday nights and
Hip Hop/Modern Jazz on Wednesday
nights. Classes for ages 5-8 are 6:30-
7:30 p.m. and ages 9 and up are 7:30-
8:30 p.m. Cheer classes will focus on
learning cheers, chants, jumps and


more. Hip Hop will emphasize urban
funk and street dancing, and Modern
Jazz will work on body placement,
control and technique. Visit www.
spbrec.com or call 727-363-9245 for
more information.


Hill Top Research is seeking healthy men and women,
ages 18 to 65, to participate in an overnight cinical
research study comparing the adhesive properties of
marketed and investigational medicated patches. All
study participants will be required to remain onsite in
our dormitories for two 5-day study periods.

Qualified Participants...
Are 18 to 65 years of age
"' Are a non-smoker for at least 1 year
Have no history of alcohol abuse in the past year
Are in general good health
Can attend one 2 to 3 hr screening visit
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CoffeeTalk Book
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CoffeeTalk Book Discussion is
Thursday, September 19, 11 a.m.
(Note new time). This month's
discussion is of "Breakfast at
Tiffany's" by Truman Capote, over
coffee and light refreshments. Stop
by the Circulation Desk to pick up
a copy. Sponsored by Circle of
Friends of the Gulfport Library. Call
893-1073.


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Homecoming Dresses
to Girls in Need
Belle of the Ball Project will
distribute Homecoming dresses to
in-need, low-income high school
girls on five upcoming Saturdays:
September 21, 28, October 5, 19, and
26 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the
Seminole Mall, 11201 Park Blvd. N.,
Seminole. Belle of the Ball store is
next to Ross Department Store.
Over 3,000 quality dresses will be on
display for the girl's choosing, along
with shoes and purses. Founded in
2003, Belle of the Ball Project Inc.
is a nonprofit organization whose
mission is to provide homecoming
and prom dresses to high school girls
who are unable to afford a dress for
these special events.
Belle of the Ball Project has given
away over 3,200 dresses in its ten-
year history. It collects new and gently
worn, current style homecoming,
prom, bridesmaids and cocktail
dresses as well as shoes, purses, and
accessories. Distributions are open
to all Pinellas, Hillsborough and
surrounding county area high school
teens. No appointment needed. For
low-income, in-need, high school
girls only. There is no charge for the
dresses. A nominal $1-5.00 donation
is requested but not required. They
respect the honor system and no
referral letter is necessary. Donations
of dresses can also be made at the
distributions, dates/times listed
above.
Visit www.belleoftheballproject.
com, Facebook: Belle of the Ball or
call 727-386-4502


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Lego Robotics After
School Team Program
New Lego Robotics after school
team program for ages 8 and older
is starting September 16th at the
St. Pete Beach Community Center,
7701 Boca Ciega Drive. Students
will learn how to design, program
and build a competitive robot using
the Lego Mindstorm Robotic kit.
The "team" will have the opportunity
to compete with their robots. The
program runs each month on
Monday and Fridays from 4-5 p.m.


The cost of the program varies based
on the number of classes each month.
The September 16th-30th session is
$30 per child. Visit www.spbrec.
com or call 727-363-9245 for more
information.

Caring for LGBT Elders
Join us for a free lunch for the aged
55+ LGBT community on September
25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Event
features a multimedia presentation
and information on free social
and wellness programs at Metro


Wellness and Community Centers
as well as other organizations in the
surrounding St. Petersburg area.
With the them "Reach Out and Care"
a goal of the event is to identify
homebounds elders who are shut in
their homes and could benefit from
volunteers to visit them regularly.
Perhaps you know of a homebound
LGBT elder or would like to volunteer
for our CARE visitation program.
Moreinformation will be available at
this public event where anyone age
55 or better is invited to celebrate
who they are with a free meal. The
St. Pete Metro Center is located
at 3251 Third Avenue N. Call 727-
321-3854.

Depression and Bipolar
Support Group
Depression and Bipolar Support
Group meets at the Suncoast Center
(in back), 4024 Central Avenue on
Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m. Families
and support people are welcome. Call
Les at 727-822-3480 or email to Les@
FBAO.org.


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Just the Facts!
The Circle of Friends of the
Gulfport Library is featuring non-
fiction bookson their sale care until
September 21. History, politics,
philosophy, business you name it,
they have it. Thank you to everyone
who has donated books to the Circle of
Friends Bookshop. All proceeds from
their sales go to support activities
and acquisitions for the Gulfport
Library.

St. Pete Beach
Community Center
Yard Sale
Come shop over 50 vendors at the
St. Pete Beach Community Center
Yard Sale on Saturday, September
21st. The vendors will be located
inside and outside at their beautiful
water front facility, 7701 Boca Ciega
Dr. from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. For more
information call the Community
Center at 727-363-9245 or visit our
website at www.spbrec.com.


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Many residents, men and women,
still enjoy the wonders of nature even
when they are no longer actively
gardening. Listed below are events to
put on your fall calendar so you won't
miss out on places to go with us.
Further details will be in upcoming
publications. Just save the dates for
now. Note: Our meetings this year
will be on the 3rd Thursday of each
month.
Oct. 17: Jude Bagatti, master
gardener and world traveler, will
share photos and facts from all
around the world. For Jude, the world
IS her garden! If you would like an
early peek at her work, Jude's photo
show "Facing Five Continents" will
be hanging in exhibit in the Friends
Room from Oct. 1-21. Our meeting
is in the Gulfport Library Friends
Room at 1 p.m. Treats will be served.
Member directories and additional
business will be distributed and
conducted after Jude's presentation.
Nov. 21: Bus trip to Bok Tower
Gardens. Walkways are cane and
walker friendly. Lush ferns, oaks,
and pines provide a backdrop for
flowering foliage and seasonal colors.
Carillon tower concert included. We
will board the bus at the Gulfport
Library before 8:30 a.m. and return
about 4:30 p.m. Reservations must
be made by Nov. 1. Cost (including
transportation and admission) is
$26.50 for members. Non-members
are welcome and will pay $31.50
which will include membership in
the club until June 2014. Mail your
reservation to Barbara Dye (2607
Beach Blvd. S., Gulfport, FL 33707).
You will purchase your own lunch
(options range from $3-$8).
Dec. 17: Bus trip to tour holiday
lights and enjoy refreshments
together (with Red Hot Beach Nuts
of Gulfport) Details later.
Dec. 19 Holiday Party and gift
exchange at J's Waterfront Dining
and Lounge.
Remember details will be in future
issues...watch for them!


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Katie Dickson, third year student:
"Because I just love it. It's so relaxing
and it's a lovely bunch of people we
have. It's like meeting with friends."


Bonnie Dupuis, third year
student: "Because I retired and I
joined the art classes and when the
teacher leaves [for the summer] you
just keep painting."


Kay Wehry, first year student:
"Because I love art. I walked past
the class one day and they were very
cordial and said, 'Why don't you come
in?'"


Anna Brown, fifth year student:
"I was with the SHINE program
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Metaphysical Community Church
1950 2nd Ave. No., St. Petersburg
Sunday Service 11:00 am
"A Buddhist View of Change"
John Seibert, Speaker
Mon & Tues Course in Miracles 7pm
Thurs 9/12 Pages of Shustah 10:30 am
Like us on Facebook
www.templeofthelivinggod.org


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Messianic Congregation
S17th Street & 29th Ave. N.
St. Petersburg 345-7777
wwwJewishheritage.net
Worship Service
Friday 7pm


Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ
6315 Central Ave. St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-347-1226
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
Adult Sunday School 9:30am
Sunday, September 15th at 3:00pm in the Sanctuary
Three Divas in Harmony
Katie Saunders, Rena Massey, and Maria Moon
.1 Songs from opera and musical comedy
Free Admission. Love offering graciously accepted
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond" www.pilgrimcongregationucstpeteflorida.com


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Yom Kippur, the Day
of Atonement
Come and observe this most holy
day of the year with them at Beth-
El Shalom on Friday, September
13th at 7 p.m. Beth-El Shalom is
located at the corner of 17th St. and
29th Ave. N., St. Petersburg. All are
welcome, there is no charge. For more
information and pre-registration
please call 345-7777, e-mail Rabbi@
Jewishheritage.net or visit these
websites: www.Jewishheritage.net
and www.ShalomAdventure.com.

Shop the Thrift Mall
Pasadena Community Church
now has three stores at one location
(Pasadena Ave. and Second Ave.
S.). Hours are 9-1 Wednesday and
Saturday. The mall features three
rooms: one with clothes, shoes,
accessories and jewelry; one with
gifts, children's clothes, toys and
games; and one with furniture,
household items, electronics.


St. Albon's Day School
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Unitarian Universalist
United Fellowship
5721 Central Ave.
Do you cherish your doubts? You might be
a Unitarian Universallist and not know it.
Join us for a free and responsible search
for truth and meaning.
Discussion 10:15 AM
Program 11:00 AM
www.uuunited.org


St. Bartholomew's
Episcopal Church
Join Us For
SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunday 9:00am Holy Eucharist
Wednesday Healing Eucharist 12 pm
Thrift & Gift Shop
Open Tuesday Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Food Pantry
Food Pantry is Open
1st & 3rd Sundays from: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
3747 34th St. South St. Petersburg, FL 33711
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Aglow Lighthouse
St. Petersburg Aglow Lighthouse
invites you to come and fellowship
with themat 11:30 a.m. on Saturday,
September 21 at Hibachi Buffet,
Park Plaza Shopping Center, 7610
49th Street N. in Pinellas Park.
Minister Michelle Guess of The
Center for Manifestation Church in
Tampa is the guest speaker. Call 727-
327-9070.

Ministry Offers Fun
Day and Giveaways
Power for Living Ministries located
at 1710 52nd Street S. in Gulfport
will be having a clothing and food
giveaway and fun day on Saturday,
October 5 at 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. All
are invited to come. They would also
like to invite you out to their church
services held on Wednesday nights

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Congregation Beth Sholom of Gulfport
invites you to join in their friendly and congenial
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippor Services lead by
RABBI GABRIEL BEN-OR and CANTOR
DAVID WICENTOWSKI.
We at Beth Sholom Gulfport have an open door,
no charge, no ticket seating policy. Though
donations are greatly appreciated.
Friday, Sept. 13th @ 7:30pm
Kol Nidre
Saturday, Sept. 14th @ 9:15am
Yom Kippor Service
Yiskor Service @ 12:00 noon
Afternoon Service @ 5:30pm
Followed by our
Break the Fast Buffet @8:15pm
Please call and leave your name
and number plus the number of
free seats you require,
or if you have any other questions.
Norman (727) 343-8933, or
Paul (727) 343-4793
1844 54th St. S. Gulfport


Bible Study at 7 p.m. and Sunday
Services at 9:30 a.m.

Free Music Lessons
Ron Turner, Organist at
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in
St. Petersburg is offering free music
lessons for young people. The lessons
include piano, organ and voice.
Please call Ron at 727-772-3268 for
more information or to schedule an
audition.


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Do You Need A Faith Lift?
First United Methodist
Church of Gulfport
Sunday:
Sunday School.............. 9:15am
Traditional Service......... 10:30am
Wednesday evening:
Supper and Bible Study...... 6:00pm
Thrift Store Hours
Friday/Saturday 9am-12 noon
28th Ave. S. & 53rd St. Cld
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Cash prizes and ribbons will be
awarded to the winning artists.
Following the award presentation,
local artist Ron Guerin will provide
a demonstration of his striking and
colorful graphic design techniques.
Interested persons are invited to
attend. The event is free and open
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16 Unguent source
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21 Damp
22 On high
23 August babies
24 Not pro
26 From No, No,
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32 Nautical command
33 American orator
34 Altar constellation
35 Ship's post
36 Late summer bloom
38 Increase
39 Kiowa relative
40 Plant fiber
41 Rouses
42 From Les Miserables
46 Italian actress
47 Bridge term
48 Operational skills
51 A singing Judd


53 Chatter
56 From Gigi
59 Comedian Carvey
60 Aching
61 Throw forcefully
62 Some are bitter
63 Ring decisions, for
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2 Scoop
3 Berlin negative
4 Bird cry
5 Component
6 Foe of the elderly
7 Flightless avian
species
8 Easily carried
9 Star Wars abbrevia-
tion
10 Showy flower
11 Tickle me toy
12 Take life easy
13 Religious season
18 Origin
19 Olympic athlete
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26 Like some walls
27 Kind of gun
28 Group of eight
29 Winter wear
30 Introduction
31 Slues
32 Hillside shelter
36 Goals
37 African antelope
38 Scottish highlander
40 Temporary cessation
41 Apparitions
43 Swellings
44Worships
45 Actress Moore
48 Ridicule
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50 Remain unsettled
52 Dynamic opener
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54 Edison's middle
name
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Neighbors, from front page
of the initial effort "but it was too
much, too fast."
Indeed, the initial Gulfport
Neighbors effort included ideas
about the arts and political action in
addition to helping neighbors in need
and removing street-side litter. This
time, Ms. Seawall says, the group
has a narrower focus.
According to the organization's
Facebook page, its mission now is
"to inspire, motivate and unite our
neighbors in order to improve the
quality of life in Gulfport."
Cleanups will continue, Ms. Tober
says, as a "standing monthly" event,
but for more acute problems, such


as a yard that has overwhelmed an
elderly person, Gulfport Neighbors
hopes to come to the rescue.
"We want to build a network of
volunteers," Ms. Tober says, for
people "who need the help."
Also in the works? A quarterly
"Day of Caring and Sharing" where
neighbors are encouraged to help
their neighbors with various
residential projects. In tandem with
this, the Gulfport Neighbors are
working with the city to sponsor
a "swap meet" type event where
residents can get rid of household
items, furniture, appliances, and
the like by trade, giveaway, sale or
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Neighborhood Center on 49th Street,
and organizers hope to include
"Coffee with the Cops" and a police
bike rodeo.
"A lot of this is still in process," Ms.
Tober says. "We need volunteers."
Ms. Seawall praises Ms. Tober's
energy.
"Margarete is the one who has pushed
to reactivate it," she says. The two
women already volunteer together
managing local Facebook page
"Gulfport Watchdogs", a politically-
oriented page that sprang from the
now-defunct Gulfport Watchdog
blog, once run by current Executive
Director of the Gulfport Chamber of
Commerce Bob Newcomb. (After the
proper paperwork clears the state, Mr.
Newcomb's wife, Bev, will sit on the
Gulfport Neighbors board alongside
Ms. Seawall and Ms. Tober).
Despite their leadership of a
politically-charged social media site,
the twosome promise that Gulfport
Neighbors will remain apolitical.
"The most political we're going to get
is snipe signs," Ms. Tober promises.
"We're trying very hard to keep it
separate."
"We can wear different hats,"
Ms. Seawall agrees. "We love our
community and we are trying to do
something positive."
For its first event in several years,
the Neighbors will hold a beach
cleanup this Saturday morning on
Gulfport Beach, followed by pay-your-
way lunch afterwards. Please see the
related press release in this week's
Gabber for details on the event.
If you would like to become volunteer
you can contact the group on their
Facebookpage https://www.facebook.
com/gulfportneighbors?ref=hl or by
email at gulfport_neighbors@yahoo.
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Blues Fest
Bluegrass and Blues music will
invade the Tangerine Greenway on
September 28th. This year the 49th
Street South Business Association
(So49) has gone all out to bring
some of the best talent from all over
Florida and Georgia. Gates will open
at 9 a.m. with the first band "Boilin'
Oil" hitting the stage at 10 a.m. At 12
noon "Sycamore Shade" will take the
stage and rounding out the Bluegrass
is "The Blue Grass Sound Band"
(from Marietta, Georgia) at 2 p.m.
Then the traditional Blues will kick
off with the "Charlie Morris Band" at
4p.m. They will be followed at 5:30 by
the high energy sound of the "Lauren
Mitchell Band." At 7, "TC Carr" (a
crowd favorite in Tampa Bay) will
take the stage. Our headliner, the
"Selwyn Birchwood Band" will take
the stage at 8:30 to close it out.
To make this a true family event, not
only do they have great music, they
also have a large kiddie area brought
by Spot Light Amusements. There
will also be great food and something
for everyone. The Tampa Bay Rays


Foundation will be there doing their
Official Autograph Auction booth.
Let's not forget that "One Blood"
will be there again this year, so plan
on donating. Also new this year is
a Dining Tent (where you can sit
and enjoy the great food) and a VIP
seating area (up front and close to the
bands call for pricing as they only
have six tables left of 25 available).
Finally, help them help our Senior
Centre replenish the pantry! Bring
in four cans of canned goods and get
a free soda. Bring in six cans and get
a free beer (must be 21). They must
be brought to either ticket booth and
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or come stay all day. Please note, due
to the crowds and nature of the event,
there will be no coolers or pets.

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The full moon in Pisces this week
will be a testament to the power of
imagination. If you are naturally
imaginative and have a rich inner
world, the Pisces full moon will
invite you to play in that world and
flesh it out even more vividly. If you
don't think of yourself as a creative
person, consider the words of Ralph
Waldo Emerson: "Imagination is not
a talent of some people, but is the
health of every person."
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Someone
who is afraid of making mistakes and
being judged isn't going to act in a
confident, effective way. That's why
you like to take the pressure off of
people. You want them to be at their
best around you. Because you strive
to make people feel comfortable and
succeed at this, you will be promoted
in some way.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The
worst hurts are those that come from
an inner perception rather than an
outer reality. You'll focus on your
inner world this week, examining
the thoughts that lead you to make
your best andworst moves. Thursday
brings a social breakthrough. Mutual
attraction and love will make your
heart full.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). There
are different schools of thought and
numerous strategies for playing this
game called life. You prefer not to
think of it as a competitive sport
this week. You won't like to win if it
means the other team loses. In the
days ahead, your game is more like
a puzzle that everyone helps put
together.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
Being heard will be more important
to you than it usually is this week.
You'll take pains to put your unique
stamp on things. Just be sensitive
to the feelings of others; carefully
read their reactions. When you're
in unfamiliar territory, you want to
leave a mark, not a stain.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
This week is about exposure. You
want to show the world who you
are, and you want the world to show


you things, too. In exposing yourself
to new ideas, people, lifestyles and
places, you also could expose yourself
to ridicule and rejection -- but you're
willing to take that risk. And it will
pay off for you.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).
There are pirates in your midst this
week, but they won't be wearing eye
patches. You'll know them by their
tendency to steal and then bury
the treasure instead of investing or
spending it. Also, the pirates have
"yes" people around them, people
who echo their ideas like shoulder-
perched parrots.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). The
ability to feel and think deeply is an
asset, though some days it doesn't
feel like one. Don't be excessively
concerned with your relationships
this week. Putting too much
emphasis on serving the needs of
those around you will cause you to
behave in ways that suit the best
interests of everyone but you.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). Some
say fear is an invitation to be brave.
But when you open your invitation,
the inside reads: Run! Maybe other
people received a different invitation,
but you should respond to the one
you were given, not to theirs. The
lesson this week is in heeding your
own internal warning system.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20).
Receiving a very precious and
valuable gift can be amazing, but
it also has a downside. You're
suddenly in charge of protecting and
maintaining this gift, as well as being
properly grateful for it and using it
to the fullest. That can be a lot of
pressure. Just be careful in choosing
and asking for what you want.
GEMINI (l.iy 21-June 21).
There's much to accomplish, and you
won't be able to do it on your own.
Monday sees you assembling a kind
of informal team. It will be most
productive to surround yourself
with people who share your values,
not your strengths. The ideal team
is made up of people who have
complementary rather than identical
gifts.


CANCER (June 22-July 22).
Deals come and go, and some you'll
win, some you'll lose -- no regrets
either way. But your personal life
is different. If you're grumpy and
unloving, you'll definitely regret it.
This week you put a good deal of
energy into doing whatever it takes
to put yourself in a generous, happy
mood, especially around your loved
ones.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). There are
those hardened dealmakers who
won't correct the false assumptions
of others if those assumptions play
to the dealmaker's advantage. You're
different. You want the highest and
best for all involved. You won't be
happy unless everyone gets what's
fair, even if they don't know enough
to fight for that.
This Week's Birthdays: Your
impact on the lives of others will be
profound as you make courageous
choices this year. Being a bit selfish
will help others more than you
would have thought. October shows
you in an exciting competition. You'll
study hard in November. In 2014,
you'll amass a network of teachers,
supporters and customers. Family
life is sacred, and a unique situation
among your kin will be the source of
personal growth. The best financial
opportunities come in December,
February and June.


Music at Gulfport
Beach Pavilion #6
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Karaoke Mike Furman
Tuesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Karaoke Sherry Lacey
Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Harold & Donna Karaoke
Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Dancing & Karaoke with Dave
& Cookie
1st & 3rd Friday, 1-3:00 p.m.
Entertainment Dorothy & Jim
Saturday, 1-3 p.m.
Ray & Ann, Entertainment
Sunday, 1-3:00 p.m.
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The Reading Garden
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The latest edition to this special
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A.: George Allen, a new volunteer with
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The street we all call 53rd the one where you find city hall used to be
called Lee Street. While volunteering with the Gulfport Historical Society,
George Allen discovered the "Streets and Avenues" collection. These books,
compiled by the Gulfport author Lynne Brown, list almost every street in
Gulfport and contain histories of the houses. Mr. Allen learned that his street
used to be called Casaurina, a type of tree native to Australia, although his
home doesn't have a specific entry.
Ms. Brown gathered data on the streets and houses from city records as well
as newspaper articles, conversations, or other notes.
Anyone can browse the home books to learn more about their home's history.
The Museum is open for every ArtWalk, Fridays from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.,
Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., and during from 9 a.m. until noon during
the Tuesday Market. You can find the Museum at 5301 28th Avenue South.


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See a Free Screening
of Senior Olympics
Documentary
Menorah Manor is hosting a free
community screening of the award-
winning documentary "Age of
Champions" at the Inn on the Pond
and the Bernard L. Samson Nursing
Center followed by a discussion
about aging, health, and fitness.
A screening will be held Tuesday,
October 15th at The Inn on the
Pond at 2010 Greenbriar Blvd.,
Clearwater, at 6:30 p.m. Another
screening will be held Thursday,
October 17 at the Bernard L. Samson
Nursing Center at 255 59th Street N.,
St. Petersburg, at 6:30 p.m. Please
RSVP by calling 727-302-3710 or
mailing rsvp@menorahmanor.org;
be sure to mention which location
you will be attending.
"Age of Champions" is the uplifting
story of five competitors who
sprint, leap, and swim for gold at
the National Senior Olympics. You
will meet a 100 year-old tennis
champion, 86 year-old pole vaulter,
and rough-and-tumble basketball
grandmothers who battle to overcome
the limitations of age and discover
the resilience of the human spirit.
The film premiered to a standing
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shown at more than 500 venues
around the world. The Washington
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been featured in major media outlets
including ABC, CBS, PBS, and
NPR.
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Enjoy free movies with the kids
on Saturday, September 21, at
10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., in the
Francis Purdy Friends Room at the
Gulfport Public Library at 5501 28th
Avenue S. Free popcorn is provided
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special thanks to our sponsors: Lee Romig, owner of Graphix Solutions music
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SCORE Counseling at
the Gulfport Library
The next SCORE Counseling is
Tuesday, September 24. Patrons
get free and helpful advice from
experienced business professionals
the fourth Tuesday of every month.
Call 893-1073 for more information
and to schedule an appointment.

43rd Street Senior's
Club to Meet
The 43rd Street Senior Citizen's
Club meets the third Friday of each
month at 12 noon at Christ Lutheran
Church, 3451 30th Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg, September through May.
Bring a covered dish and $1 donation.
Public is welcome for fun and games.
Call Mary Ann at 727-595-8648 or
Beverly at 727-328-1266.

Beginning Digital
Camera Workshop
Do you want to learn how to take
great shots with your digital camera?
The Gulfport Public Library is
now accepting participants for the
upcoming Digital Camera Workshop
on Saturday, October 5 at 2 p.m. Sign
up today as spots are limited to 15
participants. Please visit the Gulfport
Public Library Reference desk, 5501
28th Avenue S., to pre-register or call
727-893-1073.

Town Shores
Red Hatters
The Town Shores Red Hatters are
starting their full season again. The
summer months held a few activities
but the number of members was
small.
Upcoming activities will include
the monthly bunko game on Friday,
September 13th and a lunch at a
local restaurant (TBA) the week of
the 22nd if there is enough interest.
Please call Julie at 343-6587.
They encourage new members
from Town Shores. The Red Hatters
would love to have you join them. If
interested in becoming a member,
please call Petie at 343-6587.


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Fresh Market Vendor Achieves Dream with Non Profit Charity
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*" Jack wasn't able to walk when he was
rescued at six months of age. The emergency
surgeries for his three-part hip replacements,
4C needed on both hips, was mandatory in Jack's
case if he were to survive. Considered an
'extreme circumstance' for a puppy of such
a young age, the procedures would require
-' almost nine weeks of rehabilitation and an
Helen Lyden discusses her outlay of over $5,500 that his human, Julie
abstract art with other students. Nickerson, just didn't have. A very large
"Everybody likes it," she said at price tag-and a life or death situation for
Friday evening's reception for
the Gulfport Multipurpose Senior a young rescue dog with such severe physical
Center's Summer Artist show. "It's challenges.
all in the eyes of the beholder; they A number of people from the community
all see something different." in Hilton Head, South Carolina, where
Nickerson and Jack were living at the time,
had other plans.
After hearing about Jack's condition, a woman whom Nickerson had only
briefly met decided to spearhead a successful fundraising campaign for Jack.
This miraculous act of kindness saved Jack's life, gave him the ability to
walk and turned Nickerson's life around.
"This was such an incredible experience that I wanted to find a way to
'Pay it Forward' and help others who found themselves in need of financial
assistance with their rescue dogs," says Nickerson.
It wasn't until June of 2012 that Nickerson's dream of starting her 501(c)(3)
nonprofit charity, Ruff Life, came to light. The nonprofit status was finally
approved this July, thirteen months later.
"We hope to work together with other rescue organizations and pet
charities to raise money with our product sales and fundraisers in our local
areas," says Nickerson. The mission of Ruff Life Charities is to provide the
essentials needed to keep rescue dogs healthy and safe through assisting
their families with the financial, emotional, and behavioral support after the
adoption process.
I.i ny issues arise about a month after rescue dogs are adopted and many
families struggle with needing help or not knowing what to do during these
transitions. Ruff Life will provide the support necessary to keep the rescue
with their new family," Nickerson says.
The proceeds from Nickerson's own product line, including beautifully
embroidered items, which she designs and stitches herself, are also donated
to local rescue organizations and to Ruff Life charities.
Nickerson is one of the featured vendors in the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh
Market and Ruff Life will be among the charitable causes that the Market will
focus on supporting and promoting over the course of the coming season.
"We're really proud of Julie Nickerson and honored to have her and Jack
as part of our Market," says Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market Coordinator,
Laura Garrison. "Julie was referred to me as 'a great fit for us' by the
amazing women of Magni's Munchies, our premiere vendors of high-end pet
products at our Tuesday Market. Julie, like so many of our vendors, has
proven to be an incredibly giving person with a huge heart. Her visions of
positive contributions, community integration and love for our four-legged
dependents are completely in alignment with the heartbeat of our Tuesday
Market."
For further information on Ruff Life, or to make a donation, please go
to www.rufflife.org or www.rufflifecharities.org. For further information on
the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market, contact Coordinator, Laura Garrison at
727-278-4285 or via email at gulfportmarket@gmail.com.


37th Annual Most Holy
Name Oktoberfest
Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic
Church, 5800 15th Avenue S.,
Gulfport, is pleased to announce
the dates its annual Oktoberfest
as October 17-20th. The public is
invited to attend the 37th annual
festival at the church, located at
5800 15th street South in Gulfport.
This is the largest fund-raiser of the
year for the parish.
There will be rides, games,
opportunities to win gift certificates,
baskets of goodies from local
merchants, bingo, delicious food, cold
beer and entertainment daily.
Hours are as follows:
* Thursday 4-10 p.m.
* Friday 4-11 p.m.
* Saturday 11 a.m. 11 p.m.
* Sunday 12:30-7 p.m.
Call 727-347-9989 or visit
mostholyname.org.

Take Advantage of Cat
Adoption Weekend
This weekend may be the perfect
time to add a new companion to your
home. PetSmart Charities National
Adoption Weekend is this Friday
through Sunday, September 13-15
at PetSmart stores throughout the
country. Save Our Strays, a no-kill
cat rescue organization, will be at
the following PetSmart stores:
Largo Mall (Seminole Blvd. at
Ulmerton Rd.) noon-4 p.m. on
Saturday; Tyrone store (Tyrone
Blvd. and Park St. N.) from 11 a.m.-
2 p.m. on Saturday; Gateway Mall
(7777 9th St. N.) from noon-4 p.m.
on Sunday.
Come by and pick out a great kitten
or cat for unconditional love. All
felines are spayed/neutered, current
on vaccines and are microchipped. To
learn more, phone a SOS volunteer
at 727-481-5262 or check out some
of their beautiful cats at www.
saveourstraysinc.com.
PetSmart Charities, Inc. is a
nonprofit animalwelfare organization
that saves the lives of homeless pets.,
With a focus on funding spay/neuter
services that help communities
solve pet overpopulation, PetSmart
Charities is a 501(c)(3) organization,
separate from PetSmart, Inc.


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Chair Yoga Class
Chair Yoga will return Friday,
October 4th at the Gulfport Recreation
Center. This class is a slow and
easy, but challenging workout that
accommodates people with physical
limitations. The cost is $28 a month
and is from 10-11 a.m. Please contact
Joyce at 727-345-0679.

Learn how to Save
Energy, Water and Cash
Looking for ways to save on power
and water bills? Come out for the
Pinellas Home Energy Symposium
being held on Saturday, September
14 in the Magnolia Room at the
County Extension office at 12520
Ulmerton Road in Largo. Experts
will be on hand from 9 a.m. to noon
to address:
Energy efficiency improvements
in and around the home
* Water conservation behaviors
* Solar water heating
Florida-Friendly LandscapingTM
techniques
The keynote address will be given
by Dr. Jennifer Languell, an award-
winning green-building engineer
with 17 years of experience. Experts
at panel discussions include:
David Bracciano, Tampa Bay
Water
Doris Heitzmann, UF/IFAS
Pinellas County Extension
* Mikle Gordon, Duke Energy
Jeremiah Rohr, Solar Source
Institute
Paavo Salmi, Planet Green
Group
Dan Schaefer, Ygrene Energy
Fund
Each registered participant will
receive an insulated, zippered tote
bag containing a hand-powered
flashlight, a solar-powered calculator
and informative educational
materials. Door prizes include a
home energy efficiency kit valued
at $150 and rain barrels valued at
$35. Refreshments will be provided.
Attendees should arrive early for
check-in.
This event, hosted by the Pinellas
Energy Efficiency Project, is
free and open to the public, but
pre-registration is required at
pcsymposiuml3@eventbrite.com. For
more information, call 727-582-2097.


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Ryan Sutherland
By Cathy Salustri
Quartermaster and Eagle Scout
Ryan Sutherland (left) with his Sea
Scout Skipper and mentor Tony
Angel (right). "Young Mr. Sutherland
learned that a sailboat sailing into the
wind accelerates on the speed of the
actual wind at first, but as the boat
moves into a breeze it can increase
its speed again by adjusting its sails
to use the 'apparent wind of motion',"
Skipper Tony Angel said. "In life as in
S"I sailing a person who moves through
work rapidly can work even faster
with little extra effort and a minor
adjustment.

Two years ago, the Gabber highlighted Ryan Sutherland, a St. Petersburg
High senior who, at 17, collected almost 3,000 books as part of a "Got Books"
drive to put books in the hands of kids who didn't have easy access to reading.
For that, he earned his Eagle Scout.
Friday night, the young Mr. Sutherland now a double major in music
and biology at Emory received the highest honor afforded a Sea Scout: the
Quartermaster Award. After working his way through four different ranks and
teaching boating safety at the Boca Ciega Yacht Club, Ryan took command of
Tony Angel's 30-foot Hunter sailboat.
Bruce Rogers, a volunteer with Sea Scouts Ship 915, praised Ryan, reminding
everyone that the Quartermaster is the highest award a Sea Scout can earn.
Ryan is the first in his ship to earn the accolade. Less than 30 people a year
earn Quartermaster; of the 258 total currently active Quartermasters, only 18
others possess an Eagle Scout ranking as well.
Ryan received the Congressional Gold award this past June; to earn that award
he developed a boating safety program and presented it to area boaters at the
Gulfport Library. Last week he received the Vinny Dolan Scholarship, which
recognizes significant contributions within the community. He will receive he
scholarship at the West Central Florida Council's 2013 Distinguished Citizens
Award banquet.
In a letter to the editor this week spurred by a post-interview discussion
about certain Scouting policies Ryan speaks out about his views on Scouting's
policies about homosexuality. He advocates for change, but he also credits
Scouting with his achievements.
"I can tell you from personal experience, I would never have been able to sail
a 35' sailboat from St. Petersburg to Key West and the Dry Tortugas, camp in
the mountains of New Hampshire's pristine Crawford Notch and Presidential
Mountain Range, or watch as a Yale-educated plastic and reconstructive
surgeon used skin grafts and kindness to reconstruct a child's severed scalp
and a mother's broken heart had it not been for my involvement in the Scouting
movement," he said in an e-mail to the Gabber. "I also truly believe that I
would never have attained the responsibility and motivation necessary for me
to excel in one of our nation's most prestigious universities had it not been for
the Scouting program."
To read the full text of Ryan's letter, read this article online at theGabber.com
and look for the link here.
Sea Scouts have the same charter as other Boy Scouts "venturing" groups.
The Sea Scouts welcome anyone between the ages of 14 and 21; they meet
every Wednesday at Boca Ciega Yacht Club. For more information about Sea
Scouts Ship 915, call Tony Angel at 345-9837.


ArtsAlive Free
Museum Day
St. Petersburg shines the spotlight
on its vibrant arts and cultural
scene with a celebration of the arts
featuring the annual ArtsAlive 2013
Free Museum Day on Saturday,
September 28. For this once-a-year
event, admission is free to several
museums* and cultural attractions
in St. Petersburg designated the
#1 Arts Destination among mid-size
cities and America's Top ArtPlaces
2013.
ArtsAlive Free Museum Day hours
are 10 a.m. to 3p.m. and participating
venues include the Dr. Carter G.
Woodson Museum, Florida Holocaust
Museum, Museum of Fine Arts,
St. Petersburg Museum of History,
The Dali Museum*, Creative Clay
Cultural Art Center, Morean Arts
Center, Morean Glass Studio and Hot
Shop, Morean Center for Clay, and
the ('Ihluil Collection** on Beach
Drive. For special events, discounts,
galleries and exhibition details, visit
www.stpete.org/artsalive.
For more free downtown art
experiences, visitors may drop in at
any of the many galleries (see list
at www.stpetearts.org). The Florida
Craftsmen Gallery, where there is
never an admission fee, will offer
a special gift shop discount of 10
percent off with a minimum purchase
of $25 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
on September 28 only. The Morean
Glass Studio and Hot Shop features
live artist demonstrations at 1 p.m.,
2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
The city encourages visitors to
park in city garages downtown
and ride the St. Petersburg Trolley
Downtown Looper or Central Avenue
Trolley. The trolleys will be stopping
at or near most downtown ArtsAlive
venues.
ArtsAlive is produced by the city
of St. Petersburg and participating
arts organizations in conjunction
with the national Smithsonian Free
Museum Day. Visit www.stpete.org/
artsalive for museum restrictions
and complete details.
Please note these two restrictions:
Free admission to The Dali
Museum will be limited to Pinellas
County residents only.
** Admission to the Chihuly
Collection is $1 for everyone.


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Come Join the
Historical Dog Parade
For the first time ever, the Gulfport
Historical Society will make four-
legged Gulfportians part of its annual
birthday bash. On Saturday, October
12 at 10:30 a.m., every Gulfport
dog is welcome to walk in the first
annual historic doggy parade. Bring
your best friend and let Gulfport
historians photograph him or her for
future generations.
This parade will be a fun celebration
of our pets, and with Halloween just
a few weeks away, pets and owners
in and out of costume alike will be
welcomed.
The walk costs nothing, although for
a five dollar donation 35 participants
can get a goody bag. A photographer
will record the parade and
every subsequent one so future
generations can see Gulfport's dogs
of today.
The Gulfport Historical Society
seeks small donations for the goody
bags. If you or your business have
any pet (or human) related items for
the goody bags, please contact Lynda
Shehan at 323-2892 or Jovanna Hill
at 327-9485.









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No Teacher? These Artists Say "No Problem!"
By Cathy Salustri
Every summer, the art teacher at Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center goes
north for the summer. And every summer, the students so much don't want
classes to end that they keep going without a teacher. Instead of relying on
formal instruction, they continue to meet weekly at the Senior Center and
paint. If someone needs advice, criticism, or help, they help one another.
This Friday night, those artists dubbed the "Senior Summer Artists" -
displayed their paintings at a reception at the Catherine Hickman Theatre in
Gulfport.
"This is really exciting for me," artist Helen Lyden said. While some of the
artists have undertaken the summer art instructor-less classes in other years,
Ms. Lyden came through her first such summer session with several pieces on
display.
The installation hangs in the lobby of the Catherine Hickman Theatre. For a
complete listing of classes offered at the Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center,
please visit the City of Gulfport's web site (MyGulfport.us) and look for the
Senior Center under "Departments" and then "Leisure Services". Alternately,
you can visit the Center open to anyone of any age at 5501 27th Avenue
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Gallery Celebrates
Anniversary with
Art Opening
Domain Home Accessories & Gallery
will host a reception to celebrate the
one-year anniversary of its own "&
Gallery" space. Coinciding with the
celebration, "Earth friendly" local
artist Gary Clark will be on hand
to showcase a selection of his recent
work. The event will take place at "&
Gallery" (3129 Beach Boulevard S.
in Gulfport) on Saturday, September
21stfrom6to 10p.m. Complimentary
beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be
offered.
For over 12 years, Domain Home
Accessories has offered a unique
assortment of merchandise,
becoming a treasured merchant in
the heart of Gulfport's Waterfront
Arts District. The keystone of this
small, independent business has
always been original art work,
with an emphasis on functional
art for the home. Last September,
Domain Home Accessories acquired
the adjacent retail space, with the
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finest art galleries, representing a
large number of local and regional
artists.
For this special occasion, Domain
will host a "Meet the Artists" event
highlighting the work of familiar
local artist Gary "Gar" Clark. Using
seashells and found objects, Clark
hand-carves unique "dream world"
images into acrylic paints on recycled
boards. He grew up in Buffalo, New
York, spending much time on the
shores of the Niagara River. In
these experiences, he felt a sense of
flow, a sensation which permeates
his abstract artistic creations. He
earned an M.A. from the University
of Buffalo and has taught art in
universities andin corporate settings.
He honed his style of painting in the
U.S. Virgin Islands. He has been
a familiar fixture as a participant
in Gulfport's Art Walks for many
years, first setting up at the event
in 1998. Clark estimates that he has
sold thousands of paintings during
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and festivals over the years. He is
currently completing a new book,
"Art of the Image," on deepening the
imagination to create more primal
and provocative art works. Links
to a preview of the book, his other
writings and galleries of his work are
available on his website at angelfire.
com/id/art.
"Meet the Artists" events at "&
Gallery" occur on the third Saturday
of each month during Gulfport's
popular Art Walk. Artists and
artisans line the sidewalks of scenic
Beach Blvd. on Art Walk evenings.
Independent shops and boutiques,
live glassblowing demonstrations
and classes at the Industrial Arts
Center, live music venues, street
performers, and Gulfport's many
popular restaurants are all part of
the lively Art Walk scene. Parking
in the Waterfront village is free and
convenient. For more information,
contact Daniel Hodge, 727-366-4086
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Attend a Rain
Barrel Workshop
A Rain Barrel Workshop will be
offered on Saturday, September 21,
from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Weedon
Island Preserve, 1800 Weedon Drive
NE in St. Petersburg.
Brian Niemann, a Florida-Friendly
LandscapingTM agent for Pinellas
County Extension, will share
techniques on building, painting
and caring for rain barrels. The
interactive class will offer hands-on
instruction, with tips on painting and
decorating individual rain barrels.
Participants can buy a rain barrel
for $25, paid for on the registration
website.
The class is free but registration
is required by Wednesday,
September 18. Register at
http s://2013rainwaterharvesting.
eventbrite.com/. Call 727-453-6524.
To learn more about Weedon Island
Preserve and its upcoming programs
and events, call 727-453-6500. To
register for programs and events
visit www.weedonislandpreserve.
org. Videos featuring Weedon Island
Preserve can be viewed at www.
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Seeks Vendors
Circus McGurkis is scheduled
for Saturday, October 26th, from
9 a.m. til 4 p.m. at Lake Vista Park in
St. Petersburg. This is the 42nd
Anniversary of the annual peace
education celebration produced
by the St. Petersburg Meeting of
the Religious Society of Friends
(Quakers).
Organizers are actively seeking
participants and vendors for this
year's event. Registration is required
for you to participate as a vendor
or community group. Individuals
or groups wishing to have exhibit
space at Circus McGurkis may
obtain a registration form on-line
at www.circusmcgurkis.org or
request a registration form by calling
the Circus McGurkis information
line at 727-346-8598 or e-mail to
Quaker CircusMcGurkis@gmail.com
Children, schools and non-selling,
non-profit groups are free. Your
non-profit group may vend certain
items for a $35 registration fee. The
registration fee for all other vendors
is $50. Registration forms and fees
must be received postmarked by
October 15th. After that date, you
must register the day of the event
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Letters
Help for an injured duck
Dear Editor: I noticed a duck
that appeared to have a broken leg
at Wood Ibis Park and decided to
undertake the task of finding help
for it which I thought would be pretty
simple. Boy, was I wrong.
Ten calls later to various Wildlife
Rescue and Rehab groups (St. Pete
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and bring it in or treatment. This is a
problem because 1) I have no training
in helping injured animals and was
afraid I would injure it worse and 2)
I could possibly violate the various
laws and ordinances for the State
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After going in circles for three hours
and talking to Mary the Duck Lady
with Suncoast, we decided that I
should just watch the duck (now
named Charlie) to make sure it gets
water and food. Hopefully the leg will
heal on its own.
What I have learned from this
experience is that it is almost
impossible to get help for injured
wildlife on City property and private
citizens' hands are tied if they are
willing to help. Why can't the City do
something as simple as posting a sign
at the parks with a phone number
for people to call to report injured
animals? I feel the City of Gulfport is
an animal loving city and that would
be one more step in protecting our
animals.
Carol Butler

Mosquito Spraying
Dear Editor: I want to second Dolly
Tickell's letter in the Sept. 5, 2013
issue. I have chemical sensitivities
and certainly am not in favor of
spraying for mosquitoes. Let's have
bat houses! Maybe somebody could
start a little business providing and
mounting bat houses in appropriate
places in our yards.
Nancy Robinson

Gardeners be alert
Dear Editor: Working around 27th
Avenue S. recently, a lady spotted
a small rattlesnake, maybe a foot
long. As she watched from inside a
floor-length window, a black snake
appeared and swallowed the rattler.
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You are invited to shop at Sophie's
Attic Thrift Shop, a mission outreach
of First United Methodist Church -
Gulfport. They are located on 53rd St.
near 28th Ave. S. and are open from
9-noon on Fridays and Saturdays.
New items have been put out this
week. You can check out the recent
arrivals, which are freshly laundered
and ready to go. And, they still have a
$1 clothesrack! Look for the specially
marked tags.
A special thank you to the regular
customers who have put them on
their weekly to-do list every weekend.
And welcome to new friends who are
checking them out for the first time.
Their volunteers love to see new
faces. Come on in where it is cool!

Italian Language
Classes
Have Italian in your blood?
Traveling to Italy? In love with "la
bella lingua?' You are welcome
to join the free Italian language
classes every Thursday at 6 p.m. at
the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501
27th Avenue S. in Gulfport. The
Italian American Society will offer
Elementary Grammar, Intermediate
Conversation, and Advanced
Conversation. At 7 p.m. (except
third Thursday), it's conversation
for travelers, intermediate grammar,
and advanced grammar. Classes are
held at Call Steve at 727-224-8731.

Harmonica Music
Celebration
Celebrate with the Gulfport Senior
Center Harmonica Club as they begin
their 20th year of making beautiful
music on Wednesday, September
18 at 1:30 p.m. at the Catherine
Hickman Theater. Learn about their
story and lifelong friendships! After
the concert, mingle with friends
and enjoy appetizers in the Theater
Lobby provided by Brentwood. You
will receive a free McDonald's coupon
for every ticket purchased. Tickets
are $3 and are available for purchase
at the Gulfport Senior Center at
5501 27th Ave. S. Sponsored by The
Gulfport Senior Center Harmonica
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All proceeds support the Gulfport
Senior Center Foundation. Contact
Rachel at 727-893-1231.

PeeWee Sports Class
on the Beach
The St. Pete Beach Community
Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Dr., is
offering a new sports class for ages
3 to 6 years old. Our PeeWee Sports
programs are designed to introduce
sports to your child. These fun co-ed
classes teach the fundamentals of
baseball, soccer, basketball and
football. Each session, staff will
coach your youngster using games,
drills and lots of fun. These programs


are ideal in keeping your little one
active and moving. Classes are held
Thursday 6:00-6:30 p.m. and the cost
is only $20. For a list of what sport is
being played each month visit www.
spbrec.com or call 727-363-9245.

Pasta Dinner
Every Monday
The Sons of Italy will serve a pasta
dinner every Monday from 4-7:30
p.m. Cost is $6 and includes pasta,
two meat balls and salad. Donation
to Scholarship Fund. They are
located at 2500 34th Street S. in
St. Petersburg. Call 798-6355.


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and white cat with a loving purr-sonality. This little
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BEVINS, RITA SAMPSON, 93,
of South Pasadena, passed away
Aug. 30, 2013, two weeks after
her birthday. Born in Plymouth,
MA, she graduated from Plymouth
High School Class of 1938. She was
employed by Plymouth Cordage Co.
before moving to Florida. Rita sold
women's apparel for 30 years at a
lovely shop on Treasure Island. She
enjoyedgolfing andknitting, creating
more than 100 beautiful afghans for
family and friends. She is survivedby
her husband Ralph "Ike"; daughter
Paula Battaglia, Tierra Verde;
son Gerald (Jill) Whiting, of Iowa;
three grandsons: Anthony (Carrie)
Battaglia, Smyrna, GA; Peter and
David Battaglia, St. Petersburg; and
two great-grandchildren, Joseph
and Elizabeth; sister, Patricia
Wellington; nieces and nephews
throughout New England. Her
wonderful spirit will be missed by
family and friends alike. A memorial
service and internment will be held
in Plymouth.


ERVIN, DANIEL J., age 66, of
Pasadena, passed away on Tuesday,
Sept. 3, 2013. No next of kin has come
forward. ALife Tribute FuneralCare-
Gulfport.

FREESE, CAPT. DONALD R.
(USNR RET.), 72, of St. Pete
Beach, died on Sept. 3, 2013. He was
born in Rock Island, IL and was a
1963 U.S. Naval Academy graduate.
He retired from the Naval Reserve
in 1993. He was a Life Member
and National Board Member of
the Military Officers Association
of America (MOAA) and served
as past President of the Florida
Council of Chapters (FCOC), Past
President of the St. Petersburg Area
Chapter. Survivors include his wife
of 49 years, Sherry; son, Lt. Col.
Marc (11 .-l.Ily. Freese, USMCR;
daughter, Michelle (Jason) Star; and
four grandchildren. Viewing will
be at 1:30-2:30 p.m., immediately
followed by a memorial service on
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HANKS, VIRGINIA ALLAN, 86,
of St. Pete Beach, went home to
be with the Lord on Sept. 2, 2013.
She was born in Richmond VA, to
James and Esther Albertson. She
graduated from Mary Baldwin
College & Presbyterian School of
Christian Education. She was a
member of Delta Kappa Gamma
and First Presbyterian Church
where she was Director of Christian
Ed. four different times. She was
instrumental in starting the 2 cents
a Meal program in the Southwest
Florida Presbytery. She was also
a beloved teacher at Bay Point
Elementary school for many years.
She is preceded in death by her first
husband, James D. Allan. She is
survived by her husband, Col. (Ret.)
Clinton M. Hanks; a brother, James
Albertson of Dunwoody, GA; a sister,
Esther Albertson of St. Petersburg;
sons, John Allan (Kim) of St. Pete
Beach and Bill (Jan) ofMontreat, NC;
daughter, Bonnie Parker (11 I k.-y
of St. Petersburg; stepchildren,
Jim Allan (Pat) of Geneseo, NY,
Howard Allan (Toni) of Abilene, TX,
Richard Hanks of Anderson, SC, Pat
Tagert (John) of Cascade, CO, and
Faye Rumsey (Barney) of Iva, SC;
grandchildren, Chris and Courtney
Parker, Craige, Matt and Olivia
Allan, Barbara and Trinity Allan; as
well as 14 step grandchildren whom
she loved dearly. Services will be
held at First Presbyterian Church,
701 Beach Drive NE on Monday,
Sept. 9th, at 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests donation to: New
Hope Clinic Honduras Foundation
for International Missions (FFIM),
701 Beach Dr. NE, St. Petersburg,
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A Bust or An
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We need a bigger insurance
pool for wind and flood
coverage, if I understand
what's happening in the insurance
market, which I'm not certain I do.
What I do know, or at least have read
reports about, is that two things are
happening: one, Citizens Insurance,
the Florida state-run insurance
company wants to get out of the
insurance business and two, the
Federal Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) is dropping the
subsidies for many policies.
Citizens is the state's attempt to
duplicate the insurance market that
insurers fled after the last big round
of hurricanes. What the government
found is that they can't accumulate
enough money to cover the potential
damages from a mega-storm. The
insurance business isn't that much
fun. So, they want private insurers
to get in on the business. That means
dumping some policies and raising
rates on others. Those rate increases
have been in the double digits.
On top of that FEMA says it wants
out of the subsidy business. In other
words, high risk areas are on their
own. No more special discounts for
those in high risk areas.The net
effect, reports say, is that property
insurance rates in Florida could go
up as high as five times their current
levels. Florida, with its extensive
shore lines has more exposure than
several other southeastern states


combined. So, all this makes economic
sense.
What it means for property owners
and renters who eventually share
in the costs is that insurance rates
may be prohibitively expensive.
A beach house, or even non-beach
house in a low elevation area, could
see flood and wind insurance rates
over $20,000 a year. That means
that many can't afford the cost. That
means many will drop out. That
means that property values will drop
precipitously. That means that tax
revenues for municipalities will also.
Now, let's get something straight.
No one should have been building
on the barrier islands anyway. Even
a house built on stilts (see photos
of Carolina beach houses washing
away), aren't going to withstand a
direct major hurricane hit. Even
inland, on a peninsula (Florida) that
is only a few feet above sea level and
a few thousand years from having
been underwater, there is danger.
So, should taxpayers everywhere
else subsidize people so foolish as to
build their houses on a foundation of
sand? They already help pay for the
replenishing of sand to our beaches.
The answer in the real, harsh world
of economics is, "no". But, the reality
is a bit different.
There are exposures all over the
country from the shorelines from
Maine to Oregon, to the inland tornado
alleys, to the scattered Earthquake
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the Saint Louis, Mo. area), to the
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rivers. What is their exposure and
their rates relative to other areas?
Is the FEMA formula being applied
on more than the Gulf Coast states?
I know that insurance rates on a
Pennsylvania property I owned
was one-fifth the cost of the Florida
insurance I carry. What part of that
policy accounted for risks elsewhere?
What is the balance between higher
rates for higher exposure and shared
risks in a broader less disaster prone
area? In other words, are policies
being written too narrowly? On the
other hand, federal and state taxpayer
funds directly rescue disaster areas
from time to time. Is this the shared
risk formula?
As Florida found out, just trying
to cover the relatively small area
of Florida doesn't work. It can't be
done economically if the big one (or
ones) comes. Not even the hurricane
lull of recent years has resulted in
a pot of money big enough to carry
the whole load. Hence, the need
for a bigger and broader pool. I'm
not certain I want the government
handling any more that it hasn't
been able to handle already. Asking
the politicians to solve the problem
is a problem in itself that could lead
to more inequities. All we should ask
for is a level playing field. Don't let
the politicians pick the winners and
losers.
Left to its own, the free market
will solve the problems. Individuals
will assess individual risks and
rewards and make their choices.
That would certainly change the
dynamics of Florida and other areas
and I'm almost certain that none of
the politicians or, maybe, the people,
want to risk that happening. On the
other hand, somewhere, someone or
some company at some time is going
to discover the economic opportunity
in writing property insurance in a
larger pool, so they don't lose all the
rest of their insurance business.
So, panicking and turning the
problem over to the politicians, may
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Legionnaire meetings are the 3rd Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Sons of American Legion meetings are the last Monday of each month at 7 p.m. All members are welcome.
Service Officer, Bob Cannon is at the Post on Thursday's from 9 a.m. till noon to offer assistance.
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 125 is collecting donations of canned goods and toilet paper for Liberty Manor,
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Friday 8/30
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Juvenile Trouble- 900 BIk 58th St.
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S.
Stolen Vehicle- 5700 BIk 15th Ave.
S.
Harassing Phone Call- 2500 BIk
53rd St. S.
Domestic- 3000 BIk 50th St. S.
Saturday 8/31
Assault/Battery- 6200 BIk Vista
Verde Dr. W.
Disorderly Conduct- 5400 BIk Shore
Blvd. S.
Animal Call- 2600 BIk 46th St. S.
Civil Matter- 4600 BIk 27th Ave. S.
Accident with Injuries- 56th St. &
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Animal Call- 2200 BIk Beach Blvd.
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Animal Call- 2600 BIk 44th St. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 51st St. & 13th
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Monday 9/2
Domestic- 5400 BIk Tangerine Ave.
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Trespass- 3000 BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 5400 BIk Shore
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Armed Person- 5700 Blk 18th Ave.
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Tuesday 9/3
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Shots Fired (Heard)- 5600 BIk 19th
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Stolen Vehicle- 3000 Blk 50th St. S.
Assault/Battery- 3100 Blk 59th St.
S.
Disturbance- 13th Ave. & 56th St. S.
Assault/Battery- 700 Blk Gray St. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 3000 BIk 49th St.
S.
Theft- 5000 Blk 29th Ave. S.
Burglary Residence- 3000 Blk 50th
St. S.
Wednesday 9/4
Drug Call- 5100 Blk 15th Ave. S.
Theft- 900 Blk 58th St. S.
Drug Call- Seagull Ln. S. & Gulfport
Blvd.
Domestic- 3100 BIk 49th St. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 900 BIk 58th St.
S.
Animal Call- 5600 BIk Newton Ave.
S.
Animal Call- 4800 BIk Del Rio Way
S.
Injured Person- 57th St. & 28th Ave.
S.
DUI- 18th Ave. & 54th St. S.
Hit & Run- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Thursday 9/5
Domestic- 700 BIk Gray St. S.
Keep the Peace- 3100 BIk 59th St.


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Beta Sigma Phi
Laureate Epsilon Theta members
celebrated their Chapter Beginning
Day on Monday, September 9 at the
home of Lucy Brushaber. Everyone
enjoyed a delicious light supper
and shared the happenings for the
summer. The plans for the coming
year were shared.
LET's Ways and Means committee
will meet on Wednesday, September
18 at the club house at the Lake
Rich Village Mobile Home Park for
painting Christmas mice ornaments.
Pam Puskas is the hostess for this
meeting which will begin at 7 p.m.
Sunshine City Council's Executive
Board will meet on Monday,
September 16 at 7 p.m. at the home
of Barbara Killinger. The board will
be reviewing plans for the year and
preparing for the first meeting of the
year to be held on Monday, September
23 at Dixie Hollins High School in
the ROTC Room. All members are
welcome to attend.
The Council Vice Presidents are
encouraging members to invite family
and friends to join Beta Sigma Phi.
They are seeking interested women
who would like to learn more about
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Change
"It may be hard for an egg to turn into
a bird: it would be a jolly sight harder
for it to learn to fly while remaining
an egg. We are like eggs at present.
And you cannot go on indefinitely
being just an ordinary, decent egg.
We must be hatched or go bad."
- C.S. Lewis
Several people have asked me what
I thought of the additional volleyball
court on Gulfport Beach. Honestly?
It seemed like a really stupid idea
at the time and I still think it's still
pretty dumb. I like the idea of having
the courts located by the Rec Center
- that just makes more sense to me
- but five of them? Why not build
something more of us would use, like
a fitness center with a weight room
in the Rec Center that police officers
and residents could use, or a splash
zone for kids?
Nevertheless, I'm not going to stomp
my feet and list all the reasons I take
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into some sort of volleyball nirvana
for the vice mayor, who seems more
concerned with having ample court
space than he does making sure the
men and women who keep the courts
in good repair have affordable health
care, but I digress. I don't support
the idea, but I chose not to fight it,
because I do support change, and I'm
trying with clearly limited success
- to not be the person who naysays
any idea with which she disagrees.
This is not to say that I think any
change is good change we need to
choose our change carefully just
that I won't throw a tantrum over
ideas that weren't mine, over ones
I find perhaps not in the city's best
interest.
It's hard for a community to evolve,
especially a town as passionate as
Gulfport. The problem, at its core,
is that we all love this little town
so much that we have very strong
ideas on how to help it. And when
we don't get the way we want, we
tend to get even more passionate
(some might call it "nasty", but I'll
stick with "passionate") about the
ideas we didn't support. It's no secret
that I want to see a boardwalk and
Coney-Island style entertainment on
Gulfport Beach, complete with a ferris
wheel and a merry-go-round, because
who are we kidding in thinking
anyone with any sense would ever
choose Boca Ciega Bay over Fort
DeSoto, so why not make our beach
into a waterfront carnival?
Aside from Ward Two Councilwoman
Christine Brown, though, no one
seems to want to jump on my new
and improved old-school waterfront.
I just know deep in my heart that
it's a great idea. As is the mooring
field, a bike overpass across Gulfport
Boulevard, a boutique resort at our
marina, and outlawing plastic bags
at all Gulfport businesses.
And just as much as I know that
with every fiber of my being, some of
you know, with every fiber of yours,
that I am a total idiot.
Change hurts. For those of us with a
stake in the beach and the sand and
the water, it's a miserable process.


We fear the city will make a misstep
and screw up everything about our
future, and so we feel we must fight
every idea to the death until we get
our way.
Which is an excellent way to get
nothing accomplished. Stagnation in
a changing world is just another form
of moving backwards.
Let me seem to switch gears for a
moment here. A couple of years ago,
council was a contentious group.
Lines were clearly: Sam Henderson
supporters on one, and on the other,
his non-supporters. But then former
councilwoman Barbara Banno
extended an olive branch, and
Sam was the first to grasp it. Very
few of us who sat through the "As
Gulfport Turns" soap opera every
other Tuesday night believed in the
durability of the truce, but those two
seemed willing to perpetuate the
farce, so we played along.
And then a funny thing happened:
council meetings started to be less
horrible. Things started to get done.
We stopped fighting about lawn
furniture and started talking about
bigger issues. I sat at a meeting
where Sam told Barb he appreciated
her willingness to meet him halfway
on something, and while I don't
remember the issue at hand, I
remember the sense of working
together.
Maybe it's our turn now. Let's stop
fighting about every little thing. Let's
stop picking at each other over every
volleyball court, or every penny spent
for a playground. We have bigger
issues: a failing sewer system and
an amazing amount of petrochemical
runoff meandering into Clam Bayou
and Boca Ciega Bay. To me, no two
larger issues face the city, but I'm
hearing precious little about them
from most people.
I'm not saying that we can't disagree.
I can fret that we're one step from
adding a volleyball to the city seal;
you can believe my idea of licensing
landlords is stupid. But let's save the
fights for the big stuff.
Let's allow the little change to
happen and maybe, just maybe,
when it comes time to deal with the
big stuff, we'll have figured out what
really matters.

Contact Cathy Salustri at
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Andy, a widower with four children,
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teller at the bank told Andy that if
he would hold each C/D in a trust
for each of his children, there would
be no probate on Andy's death and
each child would then automatically
become the owner of one C/D. What
the bank teller advised Andy was
true, but Andy was probably not told
the whole story.
If Andy was to hold one C/D in trust
for each of his children, whose money
would be used if Andy required
expensive surgery, twenty-four hour
home care or care in a nursing home?
Under such circumstances, what had
been planned as an equal distribution
on death would substantially
decrease the inheritance of one or
more of his children because money


would be spent for Andy's care. In
addition, if each of Andy's C/D's were
held in trust for one of his children,
another problem would arise if Andy
became incapacitated. No one would
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then it would be necessary to have
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Andy. Even though the guardian
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Notice Is Hereby Given That On
Thursday, October 3rd at 9:30am
The Storage House, located at
1219 49th St. S., Gulfport FL 33707,
will conduct a cash sale to the highest
bidder pursuant to Statute 83.906
of Florida Self Storage Act.
The Contents are believed to be the following:
Tennant Unit Contents
Marquetta Reeder #136 Household Goods
Adam Miller #57 Household Goods
Joe McNally #60 Household Goods
Marquetta Cahill #115 Household Goods
William Janer #63 Household Goods
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Hundreds of Items! Ladies Clothes. St. Pete,
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Many Drapes.
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MAY THE SACRED Heart of Jesus be adored,
glorified, loved, and preserved throughout the
world. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us.
Blessed Mother, pray for us. St. Jude, worker
of miracles, pray for us. Say this prayer for
nine days, nine times a day. Then publish this
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POWERFUL PRAYER TO Holy Spirit Holy
Spirit, you who solves all problems, who lights
all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who
give me the divine gifts to forgive and forget
all evil against me and that in all instances of
my life you are with me, I want in this short
prayer to thank you for all things and confirm
once again that I never want to be separated
from you, even in spite of all material illusions.
I wish to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank
you for your mercy toward me and mine.
The person must say this prayer for 3 con-
secutive days. After 3 days the favor requested
will be granted, even if it may appear difficult.
This prayer must be published immediately af-
ter the favor is granted, without mentioning the
favor, only your initials should appear at the
bottom. B.L.

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

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


NEVER FAILING PRAYER TO ST. MICHAEL
- St. Michael, the Archangel, Defend Us In
Battle; Be Our Defense Against the Wicked-
ness and Snares of the Devil. May God Re-
buke Him We Humbly Pray; and Do You Oh
Prince of the Heavenly Host, By the Power
of God, Thrust Into Hell Satan and the Other
Evil Spirits Who Prowl About the World For the
Ruin of Souls. Amen. St. Michael, I Resort
to Your Protection and in My Faith, Offer This
Light Which Shall Burn Every Tuesday. Com-
fort Me in My Difficulties and While Lodging in
the House of Our Savior Intercede for Me and
My Family That We Will Be Able to Hold God
Close to Our Hearts and Be Provided for in All
of Our Necessities. I Beseech You, to Have
Infinite Pity in Regard to Favors I ask of You
(Name Them) So That I May Be Able To Over-
come All Difficulties as You Did the Dragons
at Your Feet. Our Father (Say 3 Times). Hail
Mary (Say 3 Times). Glory Be (Say 3 Times).
This Prayer is to be Said 9 Tuesdays, in Suc-
cession and Each Tuesday a Candle Shal
Be Lighted and a Copy of This Prayer Lft in
the Church to Help Another Soul in Distress
and Support the Devotion to St. Michael. This
Miraculous Saint Grants Everything, No Mat-
ter How Difficult, Before the Termination of 9
Tuesday. B.L.

PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never
Known to Fail) Oh, most beautiful flower of
Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heav-
en. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Im-
maculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh
Star of the Sea, help me and show me here
you are my mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of
God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly
beseech you from the bottom of my heart to
secure me into my necessity (make request).
There are none that can withstand your power.
Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us
who have recourse to thee (3) times. Holy
Mary, I place this cause in your hands (3)
times. Say this prayer for three consecutive
days and then you must publish and it will be
granted to you. B.L.

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727-482-4677.
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FIVE TOWNS CONDO- 5660 80th St. N. #206
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PRIVATE ROOM WITH-Bath for Rent in Gulf-
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1843 52ND ST. S.-Unfurnished House in
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Hookup. Enclosed Privave Courtyard. Off St.
Parking. No Section 8. Credit/Background
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TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
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Fenced-in Yard. Quiet. Parking. Includes WIFI,
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Pets. 727-916-0916.
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It happened a while back and it's lasted 40 years
Happy, Happy

u DIV Y8FOf
Anniversary
Harold & Toni Frasier

To My Husband
"My biggest blessing"

To My Wife
"As heaven smiles upon us
Ipledge to you
my love everlasting..."

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418-4548.
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CLOSE TO TYRONE GARDENS- 1257 Essex
Dr. N. 2BR/1BA, Florida Room, Large Great
Backyard, Good Condition. Close to Busline.
$845/Mo. 727-345-7036.
FIVE TOWNS 2BR/2BA-Unit in Princeton
Bldg. 55+ Community. (6188 80th St. N. #211).
Bright and Clean End Unit, 1360sqft. Includ-
ing Laundry/Storage room with W/D. Balcony
Over looking Lake. Includes Gas for Cooking
and Heating, Cable, 1 Carport, Use of Six
Pools and Many Amenities. $900/Mo. 727-
480-0793.
GULFPORT STUDIO APT.- $595/Mo. plus
Electric. W/S/G included. Small private yard.
Nice quiet neighborhood. Background Check.
216-536-4727.

WATERFRONT-BAY ISLAND-Tastefully Fur-
nished 1BR/1BA Condo, Heated Pools, Gat-
ed, Adult, Yearly Lease, The Sun Team, 727-
345-0099.
TOWN SHORES HAMPTON-Furnished wa-
terfront corner unit, 1300 sq. ft. 2BR/2BA,
walk-in shower. New appliances, free cable.
$1450/mo. 727-577-2127.

UNFURNISHED IN-LAW-Quarters. Private
Entrance, Carport. 2BR/1.5BA, Kitchenette,
Attached Screened-in Deck, Separate Patio
Area. House and Grounds Secure. No Smok-
ing, Pets or Children. Mature, Quiet, Clean
Female Preferred. Application fee $50. and
Background check Require. $650/Mo. with Se-
curity and Half of Electric. Cable, Wifi, Water,
Garage included. 727-385-6866.

NOW LEASING OFFICE SPACE At the Ex-
ecutive Bldg., 1135 Pasadena Ave. S. Close to
Shopping & Hospital. Ideal for small business
owner. 727-209-0606 or 727-348-6323.
OFFICE SUITE-332 49th St. S. 777sqft., Ex-
cellent Location, 2 Private Offices, Secretary
and Break Areas. Lighted Roof Sign, Parking
$750/Mo. Call Jack 727-647-7899.

1075 58TH STREET NORTH
Accross from Tyrone Gardens Shopping Center.
Newly renovated 3 room office and 2 bathrooms.
(approx. 750sf)
$650/mo, includes water
Call 727-735-5116

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FULLY FURNISHED GULFPORT 2BR/1BA-
House. Private Yard, Parking. Includes Water,
Cable Internet, Electric. 10 minutes from All
Fun. Available Oct, Nov. & Dec. Just Bring
your Bathing Suit and Food! 727-327-0993,
727-873-8171.

Family owned, immaculate, cozy, 100 feet
from beach shore. Use code "GABBER" for
20% off total rate!
Contact Aly with questions: 727-459-6920
Visit our website for more information:
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LOOKING FOR A 2BR APT.- In Gulfport oras
close to Gulfport as possible. Preferably with
a yard and garage/carport. Range $700-$850.
727-278-9116.

TOWN SHORES 55+ No Pets, Penthouse
Waterfront 2BR/2BA, Private Balcony, W/D
in Condo. Under Building Parking. 727-347-
9690, 727-543-8139.
TOWN SHORES 1BR/1BA-1060sqft. Beauti-
ful Laminate/Tile floors, Walk-in Shower. Great
Location Near Gulfport Beach & Bus-lines
55+, No Pets. $65,500 845-242-7452.
SMALL 2BR CONDO-Furnished. Northside.
$33,000. 727-360-7190.
PARADISE SHORES CONDO-55+, No Pets,
Gated Community, 1st fir. 2BR/1BA, Florida
room, New Furnace, Floors, Painted. Ready to
Move in. A Low HOA includes, Cable, Heat,
Water, Garbage, Pool, Rec. Room. Close to
Beaches and Wonderful People. $42,000 727-
343-4728.



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FEATURING 2 BED, 2 BATH CONDOS
Avalon #201 2BR / 2BA Deluxe, east end condo. Newer windows, shutters, light & bright, carport ................................................................. $110,000
Jamison #210 2BR / 2BA Standard floor plan, updated kitchen, light & bright, furnished with pool views, carport NEW PRICE...................... $95,000
Lancaster #211 E Dover #303 M Windsor #603 M


Diplomat #707


Embassy #304
Manchester #t 111
Lancaster #109
Eton #209
Lancaster #415


ANNUAL RENTAL

SEASONAL (181 DAYS)


FEATURING 1 BED, 1.5 BATH CONDOS
1 BR / 1.5BA Deluxe floor plan, inside corner, beautiful Boca Ciega Bay views, furnished, light & bright, carport ......................... $110,000


NEW ANNUAL/SEASONAL RENTALS at TOWN SHORES
2BR / 2BA Open water views of Boca Ciega Bay, carport, new kitchen, wood floors .............. SEASONAL ONLY $1450 monthly
1 BR / 1BA Deluxe floor plan, updated, clean, furnished, patio, views of Marina Waters .......................................................$950 monthly
1BR/ 1BA Deluxe floor plan, updated, partially furnished, views of Marina Waters ............................................................. $900 m monthly
1BR / 1BA Updated unit .......................................................... ............................... SEASONAL (181 DAYS) $900 m monthly
2BR / 2BA Comer condo, carport, excellent Gulfport and Marina views ..................................SEASONAL ONLY $1250 monthly


GULF SHORES CONDOS 55+
1 BR /1 BA 2nd floor condo, end unit, furnished, non-smoker, cat OK. Pool, shuffleboard, assigned parking, laundry hallway.
Com plex sits on Clam Bayou. ................................................................................................................................................................. $ 8 5 0
2BR / 2BA Large 2nd floor condo, end unit, open water views, furnished, non-smoker. Pool, shuffleboard, barbecue,
assigned parking, laundry hallway. Complex sits on Clam Bayou. ............................................................................................$1100


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