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Undeterred by a drizzly morning, both Vict
Mares, St. Petersburg, and John Mathis, New ^
City, sample different Oviedo-made dips at
Tuesday Market. Gary Haynes, owner of Sir
Savory Dips, has maintained a booth at the Gulf
market since August. He says he and his wife v
eight markets a week. The rain slowed people d
this Tuesday, but he remained optimistic, ci
past weeks.
"We're hoping it gets better," he said of the
adding that the rain had slowed people down
the lower attendance wasn't typical of Gulfpor
have a couple slower markets, I have a couple bu
markets... you're in the middle."

Driver Uses Stolen Car to As
St. Petersburg Officer on 49t]
By Cathy Salustri
St. Petersburg police recovered the Mazda
6 involved in the stolen car/officer-involved
shooting at the Quick Stop at 1440 49th Street
last Wednesday night.
Police believe that the driver of the Mazda,
stolen from Palm Harbor on January 2, backed
the car onto the hood of any undercover police
car. The suspect, police wrote in a release,
then pulled forward driving towards Officer
Michael DeMark, who was on foot. The driver
struck Officer DeMark's leg; a nearby officer,
Officer Rambaran, shot at the driver.
Police say the suspect then steered the car
towards the parking lot exit and hit two other
undercover police vehicles, one of which was
occupied. The driver then turned onto 15th


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Clam Bayou Update
At long last, Gulfport city council plans
to take action on Clam Bayou.
After years of waiting on the local
district of the state water management
S agency, Southwest Florida Water
I Management District (SWFWMD,
or Swiftmud) to complete its work
redesigning water flow in the bayou,
the Gulfport city council agreed at last
S week's workshop to hire an outside firm
S to research the history and science of
Clam Bayou as well as any engineering
work performed in the past.
Clam Bayou belongs to several different
S entities: the state, St. Petersburg,
oria Gulfport all share ownership of 127
Cork acres. In addition, property owners on
the the bayou have riparian rights over some
ply of the water. While recent state efforts
py redirected the stormwater flow into
Pport
ork the bayou, through the tidal estuary,
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and out to Boca Ciega Bay, some have
own
ting expressed concerns that the work did
not go far enough to stop source-point
day, pollution and further degradation of the
and bayou (Editor's note: Gabber reporter
t "I Cathy Salustri has expressed such
sier concerns in her column).
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The first phase of the work,
information
See Clam Bayou, page 3
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Avenue South and headed east.
Police found the stolen car, sans license plate,
when a resident noticed it near 8414 5th Street
North and called the police the next morning.
The tag on the car Wednesday night belonged
to a blue (Ihr' -I.' whose driver reported it
stolen on January 3.
In the car, St. Petersburg detectives found
no evidence including blood to suggest the
gunfire injured the occupant.
The police have yet to identify a suspect.
A local hospital treated and released Officer
Michael DeMark for his injury; he has returned
to full duty.
Police have placed the officer who fired
his weapon, Officer Neil Rambaran, on
administrative leave pending further Internal
Affairs review.


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It's Time to Get Your
Junk in the Trunk!
Gulfport Neighbors is looking
forward to another successful Junk in
the Trunk or on a Truck (JITT) event
on Saturday, January 18th, from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Neighborhood
Center, 1617 49th Street S., when
the City of Gulfport will offer another
opportunity for free bulk drop off
for its residents. Gulfport residents
may bring furniture, appliances,
tires, and other bulk items for free
disposal, but firearms, drugs, liquor,
plants, paints, chemicals, or batteries


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cannot be accepted.
Residents may trash, swap, or give
away their unwanted items. One of
the highlights of the JITT event is
the area set aside for folks to freely
take any salvageable items that
they can use to reinvent, recycle, or
reuse.
The community is also invited to
have a cup of coffee with Community
Resource Officer Zack Mills (Java
with Zack), register their bikes, and
enjoy music and other fun provided
by the city during this event.
A special time has been set aside
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to meet the


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candidates running for city council:
Paul Ray and Yolanda Roman.
Gulfport Neighbors brought out
many residents to participate in its
first junk drop this past October and
anticipates an even bigger sweep of
bulk trash out of yards, alleys, and
garages, all beautifully orchestrated
with the support of its tireless
volunteer help, expert city employee
assistance, and welcoming police
community outreach program.

Hog Heaven
Barbecue Dinner
Come by for your dinner Saturday
evening and enjoy the Gulfport
friendliness, or grab a take-out on
your way home.
John Verville, the "Ribdog" and
Master Kansas City Barbecue Society
competitor and judge, is back at First
United Methodist Church in Gulfport
on Saturday, January 18th, cooking
his championship pork. In addition
to generous portions of competition
quality hickory-smoked pulled pork,
dinners will include baked beans,
cole slaw, bread and dessert. All this
is available for $9 per person; hot dog
dinners for children under 12 are
also available for $3. Dinners will be
served from 5-7 p.m. Take-outs are
available. Everyone is welcome.
Right now fewer than 100 tickets
are available. You may purchase your
tickets at the Church office located at
2728 53rd Street S. in Gulfport. Call
727-321-3620 or 727-488-9031 for
more information and reservations.


Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014


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Clam Bayou,
from front page
gathering, will including document
which portions of Clam Bayou the city
has the legal right to oversee. It will
also include historic, scientific, and
engineering research for the area.
City staff suggested the council make
any bayou-related decisions based
on "actual independent scientific,
engineering and study data in lieu of
anecdotal references or opinions."
Lame duck Councilwoman Jennifer
Salmon requested that the firm the
city hire not have a relationship with
any Florida agencies.
In the next two or three weeks
the city will publish a request for
qualifications, according to City
Manager Jim O'Reilly. If the work
will cost less than $20,000, council
will not vote on the contract.
Want to see the agenda packet council
used to help guide their meeting
(complete with Councilwomen
Christine Brown and Jennifer
Salmon's comments circulated to all
councilmembers)? Read this story
online at TheGabber.com.


Check out this
Scavenger Hunt
Have fun, meet new people
and support a great city and city
organization and win some prizes.
Everyone is welcome. A scavenger
hunt that takes place in the
Downtown Gulfport Waterfront
District. Cost is $15 per person to
join. The winning team will receive
gifts from local businesses. Proceeds
go to the Gulfport Historical Society.
Meeting in front of the Gulfport
Casino where you split into teams
and then find clues that are hidden
all over the Downtown Gulfport
Waterfront District from 54th St. to
56th St. and 26th Ave. S. to Shore
Blvd. S. The last clue will tell you


where you will all meet back up.
No cars or bikes. Walking only...or
running.
Cash or Credit (Visa, M/C, AmX, or
Discover) is accepted. Or use ATM
at the Casino. Or Prepay through
PayPal https://www.paypal.com/cgi-
bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_
buttonid=EKWEBGDDGFEQE.
Brought to by I Love Downtown
Gulfport. Any questions, call Jason
at 727-346-8263.

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


"Would You Invest $37 to Find Out if You Could Be Pain-Free and Healthy Again?"...


Dear friend,
Four out of five people that show up in my office
have taken "every" test, wound up with huge medical
bills, and are still no better off. Often, they've been
subjected to medications that have only served to
temporarily mask symptoms. That's not what most
people are looking for.


Often, these people get frustrated and wind up in my
office. I'm used to it... it's fine with me.
Many years ago, I was an assistant in a doctor's
office. I watched over and over, patients suffering with
carpal tunnel, headaches, asthma, allergies, neck and
shoulder problems or back pain (you name it) come in
for help.


I was impressed with the "miracles" I witnessed in
that office. Oh, let me mention that this doctor is a
Chiropractor. This experience is what led me to go to
Chiropractic school myself.
Now, people from the St. Petersburg area come to
see me with their similar health problems. They also
come to me with...
* Headaches
* Migraines
* Allergies
* Neck Pain
* Shoulder/Arm Pain
* Whiplash from Car Accidents
* Low Back Pain
* Numbness in Limbs
* Athletic Injuries
Just to name a few...

These neighbors of yours tell their stories:

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find us very thorough. But, call right away because
on Friday, Jan 31, 2014 at exactly 6p.m., this offer
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We have a wonderful service, at an exceptional fee.
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This Saturday, January 18th 6:00-10:00pm

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since 1968
1419 49th Street South,
Gulfport, FL 33707
(727) 321-6965 (fax) 327-7830
Advertising@theGabber.com
www.theGabber.com
Office Hours
9-5 Mon Wed, 9-2 Fri, Closed Thursday
Publishers / Editors
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Advertising Sales
Genie Sharpless-Short
Genie@theGabber.com
Customer Service
Gina Forgetta, Mary Baumgartner
Contributing Writers
Bill Northrop, Anne Rush
Reporter / Photograher
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Columnist
Bill Northrop
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Production
Anne Rush, Zachary Milasus
Distribution
Chris Campas
Serving
Gulfport, South Pasadena,
Azalea, Grand Central District,
Northwest St. Petersburg, Tyrone,
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Tierra Verde, St. Pete Beach,
Pass-A-Grille, Treasure Island,
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the cost of the first printing of any advertisement.
Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers. Copyright 2013


Meet the Candidates
Gulfport residents are invited to
"Meet the Candidates" during the
Gulfport Neighbors "Junk in the
Trunk" event this Saturday at the
49th Street Neighborhood Center.
Ward 3 candidates Paul Ray and
Yolanda Roman will be available
between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The city
wide election for Ward 3 will be held
on March 11 lth.

The City of Gulfport
Celebrates Arbor Day
They invite everyone to attend
Arbor Day to show their commitment
to environmental stewardship on
Friday, January 17th at 10 a.m.,
at the Michael J. Yakes Recreation
Complex, 5730 Shore Boulevard S.,
behind the Recreation Center.
The Gulfport Recreation Division
have included the children from the
School Year Child Care Program to
read excerpts, the Gulfport Teen
Council will provide refreshments
and a new tree will be planted
behind the Rec. center. Free Pecan


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and Myrtle Leaf Holly seedlings
will be available to the guests who
attend. Join the City of Gulfport as
they celebrate the life of trees and
their importance to the environment.
For more information, please call
893-1118. All are welcome.

Update on Gulfport
Community Garden
Join Placemaker and Permaculturist
Barbara Matthews on Saturday,
January 18th at 1 p.m. as she leads
a group discussion on the potentials
of the Gulfport Community Garden.
The meeting will be held at 2321 49th
Street S., Suite D. in Gulfport (at the
Longhouse Yoga Studio). Barbara has
a vision for the space that includes
more than just growing food. She
believes it also has the potential for
growing kinship, culture, and self-
sufficiency.
All ages are encouraged to attend,
and an interest in gardening is not
necessary. More than anything, this
is a meeting about strengthening
community.


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FEB. 12. WEOL FLORIDA STATE FAIR Senior Day Ite Fair!.
Includes admission ...34
FEB. 14, FRI. MARINA JACK'S VALENTINE'lS DAY SIGHTSEE-
ING BUFFET LUNCH CRUISE in beautiful Saraeota bay...$W0
FEB. 25. TUES. 'LES Mh5ERABLES" See the Spectacular
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TRAVEL CLUB MEETINGS! Open to aN!
Tuesday, JAN 28mh- 1 OPM at
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Or
Wednesday JAN 29th, 9:30AM at Lae Seminole
Suare-8333 Seminole Blvd. Sealnole

BLOSSOMS OF THE SOUTH
MARCH 22-28, 7 DAYS
Just $746 per person double, $990 single
Macon's International Chearry Blossom Festival 100
times morm Cherry Blossoms than Washington DC!
1 Night at Gorgeous Callaway Gardens!
Wann Springs. GA & Roosevet's Little White House
Bellingrath Gardens. Montgomery. Mobile & more!

MURDER MYSTERY TRAIN
JANUARY 26,2 DAYS
Only $185 per person double, $221 single
Hilarious Mystery Train Adventure on Seminole
Gulf Railway with fantastic 5 course dinner!
Springhill Suites, Ft Myers & Immokalee Casino
SShoppIng & Lunch on own at MWiromnar Outlets







Reserve your Yard
Sale Space
Spaces for the January 25th
Community Yard Sale are on sale
now. The City of St. Pete Beach is
hosting a Community Yard Sale at
7701 Boca Ciega Dr from 8 a.m. to 12
p.m. The Community Center does all
the advertising for the event. The cost
for the 10' x 10' space is $15 for St.
Pete Beach residents and $17.50 for
non-residents. For more information
or to reserve your space, contact
the Community Center at 727-
363-9245. Spaces will sell out fast, so
call today!

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.


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collectibles, furniture, vintage items, and books as well as gifts for the home and garden.
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Catch a Jazz Concert
On January 16th, the Suncoast
Bobby Tess and the Dixie (h.q.,
will play from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at
Banquet Masters, 8100 Park
Boulevard in Pinellas Park.
Admission is $10. Call 727-
522-6877.
On Sunday, January 19th, they
will hold their Annual Membership
Meeting at Banquet Masters, 8100
Park Boulevard in Pinellas Park.
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Dick
Maley' s Musical Misfits will play from
1-4 p.m. Admission is $10/$15. Call
727-596-7142.


Redefining Your Health Through Weight Loss Surgery
Ernest Rehnie W, Board Cetife General Surgfe Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
JANUARY 18 12:30 pm -A light lunch will be served.
Palmsof Pasadena Hospital Prolessional I Building, Baca iega Room 1609 Pasadena Ave. South

Stroke Series V Speech Therapy After Stroke
Andi Hursin..er. MA, CCC-SIP Spe&'h i3figusgePaltfilogt, ri-St y Criswell. MS, CCC-sLP-
peei: Language Pathologist and Aeron Zamecoik, M S. CCC -SLP Speech Language Pathologist,
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IJANUARY 21 12:00 pm 1:00 pmrn A light lunch will be served.
How speech therapy after a stroke can imoniove the qua Ilv of life for patients.
Palms of Pasadena Hospital Professional Building. Boca Ciega Room 1609 Pasadena Ave. South

Arthritis, Knee or Hip Problems
Stephen 8, W3rreo MA, Board Cefrtified, flowis hip Traieed Orthopaedic Surgeon
JANUARY 22 5:00 pm 6 30 pm A light dinner will be served.
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AVOIDING SHINGLES Hr LEN f 0
Thursday, January 23rd I 2:00pm-ur
You've probably heard about this dreaded cousin of
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on slaying a while if you're not careful. Find out if you're
at risk and how to best avoid a bout of this painful virus
from Dr. David Long.
Please RSVP to 1-727-474-8814 by January 22nd.




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Try to Win at Steak-O's
American Legion Auxiliary Unit
#305 is hosting Steak-O's the second
and fourth Tuesday of each month.
Win 8 oz. bacon-wrapped filet mignon
and road kill. Food served from
6-8 p.m. Games start at 7 p.m.
The Post is located at 6999 Gulf
Boulevard in St. Pete Beach. Call
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* Resident of Gulfport for almost 6 years, with
extended family throughout.
* Strong equality and diversity values.
* Extensive business career spanning
34 years with two international pharmaceutical
companies, with a primary focus on federal and
state government, healthcare policy and
personnel management.
Committed to the Community
Maintain city services that support our
quality of life.
Support initiatives that keep our neighbor-
hoods safe.
Take a measured approach to ensure our
financial commitment for core services are
met. Find and consider creative revenue
sources.
Advocate for the repair and continued
maintenance of the sewer and water systems.
Foster environmental protections of our
natural resources.
Support improvement and maintenance of
our recreational facilities.
Support our local businesses, while
attracting new ones.
Encourage continued partnership with the
Pinellas County School Board.

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Chamber Chatter
By Lynda Shehan
The Gulfport Area Chamber of
Commerce is looking forward to a
bright and successful 2014 as we
plan our annual Springfest: Garden
Art and Fairee Festival in ('l in,.,
Park on Saturday, April 12th and
welcome three new members to our
Board of Directors, Angela Lagan,
Tony Spinney and Barbara Bano.
If you were unable to attend our
Springfest: Garden Art and Fairee
Festival last year, you missed a
magical time among the trees in
beautiful ('Im in.-' Park. There was
plenty of music, artful entertainment,
costumes and vendors. Save the date
and join us this year as we plan an
even bigger and better event.


The Business of the Month is La
Cote Basque Winehouse Restaurant.
Owner Carmen Frohne and her staff
always make themselves available
to contribute to any cause toward
making Gulfport a better place to live
or visit. They offered their parking
lot at 3104 Beach Boulevard to
Gulfport's Tuesday Market's produce
vendors and always accommodates
Gulfport's Red Cross Blood Drives.
This fabulous restaurant has been
a long time staple in our beautiful
downtown area, thus truly worthy of
the title "Business of the Month".
Mangia Gourmet, 2930 Beach
Boulevard S. will host the Chamber's
Networking Mixer on Thursday,
January 16th from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Our host and hostess Scott and Jill


look forward to showcasing their
beautiful facility and networking
among our business members. If
you are interested in hosting a
Networking Mixer, please contact
Lynda at NolRingmaster@aol.com or
simply call our Chamber office.
If your business has yet to join our
Chamber, visit our website at www.
Gulfportareachamberofcommerce.
org or call our office at 727-344-
3711 for more information. Whether
your business is in Gulfport, South
Pasadena or St. Petersburg our
Chamber looks forward to networking
with you as we work toward a
successful 2014.

Volunteer at
So49 Car Show
The South 49th St. Business
Association is seeking volunteers to
assist with the 2014 So49 Classic
Car Show to be held on Saturday,
February 8th on the Tangerine
Greenway in Gulfport. If interested,
please contact Don Stafford at don@
rsri.net for further information.


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February 9, 3 p.m.
Pinellas Park Performing Arts Ctr
4951 78th Ave.
Sunsation performs music
penned by favorite composers.
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5500 Shore Blvd. So., .Mon.-Thurs, 9-5p.m. or call 541-4501
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Jean's popular exercise class
will return to Gulfport Recreation
Center. Classes are on Tuesdays and
Thursday from 9-10 a.m. and are $3
per class. Bring a mat and weights
to class. Please call Jean at 727-
302-1016 for more information.

Get to Know your
Feathered Friends
Bird DVD author Jo LaFleur will
lead a Bird Program and Walk on
Saturday, January 18th at Boyd Hill
Nature Preserve in St. Petersburg.


From 2:30-3 p.m. he will provide an
audiovisual program about common
winter birds. The program will
help you identify birds by sight and
sound and will also review preferred
habitats where each species is likely
to be encountered. Meet at the
Education Center.
From 3-4 p.m. join Mr. LaFleur for a
guided bird walk. The walk features
hands-on identification of wintering
and resident birds in a variety of
habitats. Beginners are welcome.
Meet at the Education Center.
Ages 10 and up. Bring binoculars
and good walking shoes. Park
admission is $3 for adults, $1.50 for


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call 727-893-7326 or 888-414-2837.
Joe LaFleur holds degrees in wildlife
biology and communications and is
the author of Better Birdwatching, a
series of DVDs about birds of North
America. He has been collecting video
and sounds of birds for 22 years and
lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of
North Georgia.

"Voices of Jazz" to
Benefit Charity
Get on your dancing shoes and
come and enjoy the music of the big
band for your dancing and listening
pleasure on January 18th at 7 p.m. at
St. Stefanos Church, Doncedy Hall,
3600 76th Street N., St. Petersburg.
Event is sponsored by Daughters
of Penelope, St. Petersburg. Be
entertained with great music and a
beautiful demonstration of ballroom
dancing, scrumptious hors d'oeuvres
and luscious Greek desserts. Price
is only $25 and proceeds will benefit
the Metropolitan Ministries. For
tickets call Bessie at 727-866-7309.
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Join the Gulfport
Walking Club
The Gulfport Walking Club will
meet at the Gulfport Recreation
Center, 5730 Shore Boulevard every
Thursday through March 20th. The
Club's adventures take them through
Pinellas County parks. Everyone
walks at their own pace, so feel free
to do a mile or five. Trips are $2 and
depart at 8:45 a.m. and return by
12:30 p.m. Their trip schedule can
be found in the Recreation Center
Class link @mygulfport.us Contact
Recreation Director John Lapham at
893-1079 for further information.

Meet the Artist
By Daniel Hodge
Domain Home Accessories & Gallery
will host a reception showcasing
the work of Gulfport stained glass
artist Elissa Cardamone during its
next "Meet the Artists" event on
Saturday, January 18th, 6-10 p.m.
at 3129 Beach Boulevard S. Elissa
will be on hand to meet visitors and
discuss her work, and will bring a
number of additional selections of
stained glass for display and sale
during the evening. Complimentary
hors d'oeuvre and beverages will be
offered.
Gulfport resident Elissa Cardamone
is a stained glass artist specializing
in the design and construction of
leaded glass panels using the same
methods and techniques employed as
old world masters of the trade. She
learned the craft and honed her skills
while apprenticing with a master
restorer of antique stained glass
windows. Victorian and Edwardian
influences are evident in her original
designs, evidence of her experience
in working with these styles of period
windows during restorations. She
explains that each time she restores
a window she feels the hand of its
creator, from a century past, and
absorbs that energy which inspires
her technique.
For her new creations, she bases
her selection of glass on the emotion,
texture, color, and luminosity the
glass inspires. In each new design
she attempts to incorporate some
salvaged glass from an antique
window, she says, "to carry on its
life as a timeless witness to all it
has seen, whether in a house of
Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014


worship, a rich mansion or a public
building." Elissa first displayed
her work locally during last year's
annual Gulfport SoStudio Tour
where her accomplished originality
was recognized and encouraged by
the Gulfport artists' community.
Her art is among the most recent to
be displayed and sold in "& Gallery,"
debuting only a few weeks ago.
Domain Home Accessories, with its
large variety of unique art, d6cor,
jewelry, cards, home goods and
more, has been one of Gulfport's
most treasured retailers for over 12
years. "& Gallery" opened in 2012
in the adjacent space and showcases
the work of over 40 local and regional
artists in a variety of media. "Meet


the Artists" events at "& Gallery"
occur during Gulfport's popular
third Saturday Art Walk. Artists
and artisans line the sidewalks of
scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk
evenings. Independent shops and
boutiques, live glassblowing at the
Industrial Arts Center, live music
venues, street performers, and
Gulfport's popular restaurants are
all part of the lively Art Walk scene.
Parking in the waterfront village
is free and convenient. Free trolleys
are available for visitors parking in
remote sites for transportation to and
from the hub of Art Walk. For more
information, contact Daniel Hodge,
727-366-4086 or email d.inl _i'-_.
or visit domainhomeaccessories.com.


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USCG Safe Boating
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U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla
78 has a 13-week continuous Safe
Boating program every Tuesday,
7 p.m., Warren Webster Community
Center, 1500 Pass-a-Grille Way,
St. Pete Beach (1 mile south of Don
CeSar) Start at your convenience.
First day, come at 6:30 p.m. to
register. Begin any Tuesday and
finish 13 weeks later or take up to
two years to finish.
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Cost is $40 for 13 weeks and includes
new 400-pages of materials. Call Jim
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Korean War Veterans
Association
Korean War Veterans are cordially
invited to join Chapter 14, Suncoast
Chapter of the KWVA Incorporated.


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veteran who has served honorably
within Korea, including territorial
waters, from June 25, 1950 to
January 31, 1955. Suncoast Chapter
is affiliated with the Department
of Florida, KWVA and is compliant
with both Department and
National Association guidelines for
membership.
Their Chapter meets the third
Thursday of every month at 7 p.m.
at VFW Post 4364, 5773 62nd Street
N. in St. Petersburg. In addition to
an Honor Guard and Color Guard,
they are involved with Boy Scouts,
R.O.T.C. and the Bay Pines Medical
Center. They have guest speakers
at regular meetings and provide
refreshment after the meeting. Wives
are invited to all their meetings and
events and their hall is non-smoking.
Call Joe Slatton at 727-345-4845 or
Dave Smith at 727-451-2281.

MOAA to Meet
The Military Officers Association
meets for lunch on the third Friday
of each month. The Installation
Luncheon will be on January 17th
at The St. Petersburg Yacht Club,
11 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg.
Social hour starts at 11 a.m. followed
by lunch. The speaker will be Vice
Admiral Norb Ryan, Jr., President
of the National MOAA. Military
Officers that are retired, active duty
or former officers and their spouses
or widows are invited to attend. For
reservations call 584-1595.

Man Camp to
Inspire Youth
The Gathering of Women Inc. will
sponsor a Man Camp on January
20th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
Man Camp is for young men ages
9-24 years old and will be held at
PTEC, 901 34th Street S. in Saint
Petersburg. The focus of the one day
Man Camp is to create a generation
of men who are emotionally, socially
and economically strong. The Man
Camp is an interactive program
whose sole purpose is to share and
teach the principles of manhood and
dream building to young men.
All youth can register by calling
727-433-1352. A light breakfast and
lunch will be provided.

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Call to Artists for Major
Public Art Project
The Gulfport Merchants Association
is seeking artists to submit proposals
for a public art installation to be
located adjacent to the City's iconic
Gulfport Casino located on the
Gulfport waterfront.
The Gulfport Merchants Association
(GMA)isanon-profitcivicorganization
dedicated to the advancement of
business in the Gulfport Waterfront
District. The GMA raises funds
primarily through membership dues
and sponsored events, including its
twice-monthly Art Walk, weekly
Tuesday Fresh Market and the
annual Gecko Fest, Gecko Ball and
Gecko Pub Crawl. Funds are used
primarily to promote and advertise
Gulfport as a destination for visitors.
However, the GMA is also committed
to supporting local charitable causes
and has donated many thousands of
dollars to local organizations.
The GMA is also committed to
supporting art in the Gulfport
community andhas previously funded
two public art installations flanking
the entrance to the Waterfront
business district at Beach Boulevard
and 29th Avenue South, by artists
Frank Strunk III and Owen Pach.
For 2014, the GMA is investing
considerably more in its commission
of a single public art installation.
$8,000 will be awarded for the
project, to include all associated costs.
This public art installation, next
to Gulfport's most famous historic
landmark on the City's waterfront,
will be highly visible for generations.
All artists are welcome to submit
proposals, which must be received
no later than Friday, February
14th. More information, including
a downloadable application, is
available at www.GulfportMA.com.
Owen Pach, Vice-President of the
GMA and President of the Industrial
Arts Center of Gulfport, will act as
liaison for the application process.
For more information and questions,
please contact Owen Pach 727-
320-4051; 727-623-4920 or email
OwenPachGlass@gmail.com.







Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014


Meet Your Gulfport Candidates
Stan Kreuter questions Gulfport council hopeful Yolanda Roman at a recent
"Meet and Greet" at ('1 l1.nIy's. Both candidates for Gulfport's Ward Three
council seat have scheduled meet and greet events. To see when you can meet
either candidate, please look for their events online at the Gabber's community
calendar. Go the TheGabber.com and click on the calendar icon on the left side
of the screen.




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Polish American Society
The Polish American Society,
1343 Beach Drive SE (next to Coast
Guard commissary) will be open
with live bands through May 4th.
On Sunday, January 19th they will
serve a lasagna dinner. Doors open at
1:30 p.m. with music from 3-6 p.m.
Cost is $7. Please RSVP for dinner to
Bev at 727-526-6835.
On Wednesday, January 22nd they
will have a Tea Dance from 1:30 p.m.
(lessons at 11:30 with Bobby Tess on
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Polish heritage. You will meet all
nationalities. Kids are welcome!
For more information call Bev
at 727-526-6835 or visit www.
polishamericansociety.org.

Chamber Music
Concert Series
Contemporary and traditional
chamber music presented by The
New Music Conflagration featuring
the music of new composers and


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modern masters on grand piano and
a variety of instruments from brass
to percussion. Sunday afternoons at
2:30 p.m. on, January 19th, February
9th, March 9th and March 23rd at
the St. Petersburg Main Library,
3745 Ninth Avenue N.

Party to Benefit
Relay for Life
The Ambassador Team for the
Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber
of Commerce will be holding a
fundraiser for their American Cancer
Society Relay for Life Team. Join the
Ambassadors for a I'.i'lyv with a
Purpose" on Friday, January 17th,
from 6-9 p.m. at Michael Horan Park
in St. Pete Beach.
Dance the night way with one of
St. Pete's favorite bands, "Hunks
of Funk", while enjoying food, beer/
wine, raffles and lots of surprises.
Entrance into the event is $25 and
proceeds will benefit the Relay for
Life Event on May 2-3 on Treasure
Island Beach. For more information
call Linda Bray at 727-
501-6115.


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News from the
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Plan a Year of History
Plan a year of history with the
Gulfport Historical Society's
first porch party of the new year.
Instead of a speaker, attendees
will help plan a year's worth of
events celebrating Gulfport's
varied, wacky, and wonderful
history. BYOB and a dish to share
if you so desire, but please don't
feel obligated to do so in order to
attend. Ideas include a Florida
B-movie horror movie festival
(working title: We See Dead
People), a vintage vinyl evening
(tentatively called "Frank Sinatra
Celebrates Gulfport), the second
annual Gulfport Under the Stars,
and anything else you can help us
bring to the never-ending party
that is the Gateway to the Gulf.
We hope to see you there with
ideas at the ready it's going to be
our best year yet!
Join the Gulfport Historical
Society for their porch party at
7 p.m. on Friday, January 24.
Call Miki at 321-5705 or text or
call Cathy at 656-5420 with any
questions. You can also contact
the Gulfport Historical Society
through its Facebook page, which
you can access by reading this
article online at TheGabber.com's
"Get Involved" section and looking
for the link.


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Beth Ray, Gulfport: "I didn't know
they were but I'm happy that they
are."


Mary Crnkovich, Gulfport:
"Because they're so good, ripe all the
way down to the center."


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Donna Reed, Pennsylvania: "It Fern Buchanan, Ontario: "Because
tasted good. I did not even know they're so fresh. I'm from Canada and
it was pesticide-free. We live in we don't get our strawberries until
Pennsylvania and by the time we get July [or] August, so this is really
strawberries up there they don't even good for me."
taste like strawberries anymore." ...


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services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965


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-Beth-El Shalom-,r
Messianic Congregation R
- 17th Street & 29fth Ave. N.
St. Petersburg 345-7777
~ www.Jewishheritage.net
A Worship Service
Friday 7pm


Aglow International
Monthly Meeting
Pastor Kara'lynne Brubaker, Pastor
of Positive Impact World Wide
Ministry, will speak on Saturday,
January 19th from 11:30 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Hibachi Buffet, 7610 49th
Street N. in Pinellas Park. For more
information please contact Mrs.
Maggie Brown at 727-560-4664.

Church in the Afternoon
Now you can "sleep in" on weekends
without missing church!
For the second year, Paradise
Lutheran Church of Treasure Island
is offering worship services at 4 p.m.
on Saturday afternoon in addition to
its regular service at 10 a.m. Sunday
morning. The afternoon program,
which began January 4, will continue
through April 5.
Everyone's welcome -whether you're
here on vacation or live in Florida all
year around. The church is located at
10255 Paradise Boulevard- just off
the Treasure Island Causeway.


IV I* 1 I IIi IV I
Metaphysical Community Church
1950 2nd Ave. No., St. Petersburg
Sunday Service 11:00 am
"Adventure Lies Ahead"
Rev. Carol Parrish
Sat: Study of the Tarot 10:30-4pm
Mon: Beginners Astrology 7-9pm
Like us on Facebook
www.templeofthelivinggod.org
Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014


A Warm and Friendly
Conservative Synagogue
OPEN DOOR HIGH HOLIDAY POLICY
1844 54th St. S. Gulfport
727-321-3380 office
727-434-1143 cell
Sabbath Services 9:15 AM


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 January 19th at 3:00pm in the Sanctuary
FUN WITH THE RULES
Suzanne, Matthew, and their two children.
Free admission Love offering graciously accepted
Everyone is invited to attend.
-J al "Diversity our strength, God's love our bond" Nurisery available
diMB PilgrimCongregationUCCStPeteFlorida.com worship service


Unitarian Universalist
n') United Fellowship
J 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 8:00am & 10am Holy Eucharist
Wednesday Healing Eucharist 12 pm
Thrift & Gift Shop
Open Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Open Until 5pm Fridays
Proceeds benefit Food Pantn"
Food Pantry is Open
1st & 3rd Sundays from: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
3747 34th St. South St. Petersburg, FL 33711
(727) 867-7015


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Catherine the Great -
A Book Club Event
The Pass-A-Grille Beach
Community Church invites you to
a live presentation of Nan Colton's
performance of Catherine the Great
on Tuesday, January 21st at 1 p.m.
This event will be held in the church
at 107 16th Avenue, St. Pete Beach.
Parking is available in lot and on the
street. A $5 donation is requested.
The church book club recommends
the book "Catherine the Great" by
Robert K. Massie, however you will
thoroughly enjoy the performance if
you have not read the book.
This live performance by Nan Colton
will portray the Empress of Russia
as a ruler and a woman. Many of
her decisions are still relevant to the
world today. Come hear why this
ruler was named "great".
Nan Colton is a playwright, director,
storyteller, actress and arts educator
having performed and lectured
professionally on stages throughout
South Africa, Great Britain and
the United States. Nan has been
the Performing-Artist-in-Residence
at the Museum of Fine Arts,
St. Petersburg for the past 14 years,
having researched, produced and
performed over 37 vastly different
original scripted presentations that
explain the art and the exhibition.

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Refreshments and door prizes will be
provided.

Grief Share
Support Group
Grief Share support group will
meet at Cornerstone Community
Church, 6745 38th Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg every Friday through
March 24th. Call 727-343-7747.



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PASADENA COMMUNITY CHURCH

See You Sunday!


9:00am Contemporary Service
(with sign language interpreter)


10:05am


Sunday School for all ages


11:00am Traditional Service


227 70th Street South
(727) 381-2499


St. Petersburg FL 33707
PasadenaCommunityChurch.org


RIDES AVAILABLE CALL WEEK AHEAD
First United Methodist
Church of Gulfport
Sunday:
Sunday School.............. 9:15am
Traditional Service......... 10:30am
Wednesday evening: ,
Supper and Bible Study...... 6:00prnm --
Thrift Store Hours -lll
Friday/Saturday 9am-12 noon
28th Ave. S. & 53rd St.
321-3620 i d
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ST. ALBAN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
An Inclusive. "Come as You Are" Congregationi
tSunday Worship 8am & 10:30am
Wednesday 10am
Last Sunday of each month 6pm
Come as You Are Service-Parish Hall
330 WSth Avenue. St. Pete Beach
(Blind FPass Rood of 85th Ave.)
727-360-8406 stalbansetampabay.rr.com
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Email your request to News@theGabber.com
By Cathy Salustri
City of Gulfport

Q; Does the city of Gulfport actually pay for rodent control? Neighbors
see more rats than ever before. via the Gabber's Gulfport Ideas and
Opinions group on Facebook
A: No. Furthermore, city management declined to offer direction about
what action residents and businesses could take towards rodent control.
"I cannot speak directly to this specific concern," City Manager Jim
O'Reilly said "but more than likely they are seeing "fruit" rats that reside
and feed on palm trees and fruit trees."


I Will Positively
Remember This
Peg Stella is back to teach a Memory
Techniques Workshop using proven
tools such as Repetition, Mnemonics,
Association and Visualization. On
Wednesday, January 22nd at 2 p.m.,
through active participation and fun
activities, foolproof methods will help
trick the brain into remembering
names, faces, numbers, and lists.
Learn actively to sharpen your
memory by combining several
memory techniques and using your
five senses. Use it or lose it!
Must be a registered Gulfport Senior
Center member. Membership is easy
and free for all individuals 50 years
of age or older. For more information,
please contact Rachel at 727-
893-1231.


The Friends of the
Sunshine Center, Inc.
presents

Savannah, Beaufort,

and Jekyll Island

s440 per person, double occupancy
March 10-14, 2014
Monday chiru Friday
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Departure: 8am, Sunshine Center,
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If you have ever considered that maybe Bankruptcy would
be the answer to a fresh and new start in life, now is the
time to find out. Call us for a free consultation and see the
"..legal solutions for your future.." 727-209-0744

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


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Sis 'been there, done
.B that'," says Keith
Sanders, from Sanders Law,
P.A.
He says that for two
reasons. First, he says his
more than 20 years of
experience as an attorney
specializing in handling
"literally thousands" of
bankruptcies means that he
has dealt with virtually any
kind of problem or issue that
might arise with them. And,
secondly, he had to file a
Chapter 13 bankruptcy
himself. He says that
experience makes him very
sensitive to the kinds of
things people face when
making the difficult decision
to file.
"'MVIost attorneys have
never been in a situation
where they have been
worried about how to keep
the lights on, but I have been
there myself so I can really
relate to what people are
going through," said
Sanders. "Plus, many people
are very embarrassed when
they come to me, but when I
tell them how embarrassing
it was for me to have to stand
in front of judges and
colleagues who knew me and
go through the process
myself, that usually helps to
put people more at ease and
understand that I have been
there and done that
MYSELF."


"You know, in 99 percent of
bankruptcy cases the
situation is that bad things
happen to good people. They
have gone through an
expensive health crisis or a
divorce or just got in over
their head with debt."
He began his career as a
staff attorney for the U.S.
Department of Justice in
Atlanta. He is licensed to
practice law in both Florida
and Georgia.
"I like what I do because I
feel like I can help people get
a fresh start," said Sanders.
"Since the initial
consultation is free, you really
don't have anything to lose to
meet with me and we can
assess your situation and see
how it might be best for you to
proceed. Bankruptcy can
be one solution to getting
back on your feet
financially, but it may not
be the best or only
solution for you.
Sanders has held a number
of seminars and written
professional papers
concerning bankruptcy law in
general, ECF requirements
and new issues. He is a
former director of the
Bankruptcy Section of the
State Bar of Georgia.
The firm also handles
Short Sale negotiations,
defense against foreclosures,
wills & trusts, civil litigation
and personal injury.


Despite what you may
have read or heard
recently, any debt
discharged in
Bankruptcy is a non
taxable event as far as the
IRS is concerned.

We understand this is not
an easy process or con-
cept to grasp. We would
like an opportunity to
explain in depth and in
terms that are relatable to
you, the homeowner, just
what this means and how
it could be of benefit to
you and your future.
Every situation is differ-
ent and therefore has a
different solution, so
please call us and let us
discuss what is best for
you, and then you can
decide what course to
take. Remember there
are "LEGAL SOLUTIONS
FOR YOUR FUTURE" and
we would like the chance
to show those to you.

Only you can make the call.

Evening and weekend
appointments are available.


Sanders Law, P.A.
6702 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach, FL.
727-209-0744
KeithSandersLaw@gmail.com
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Art Classes
The Art Guild is starting art
classes on Monday, February 3rd.
Basic drawing will be from 9:30-
11:30 a.m. and basic watercolor
from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Cost for
each is $30 for six weeks or $6
per class if paid weekly. They will
be in Treasure Island City Hall
Auditorium, 108th Avenue. To
sign up for classes and for supplies
needed call Fred at 360-8390.
For more information about
Treasure Island Art Guild
visit the website at www.
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5 Ribs
10 Polish partner
14 Hawaiian cookout
15 Sprite
16 Otherwise
17 Fluff
18 Author Loos
19 Shower
20 Nicholson/Hunt film:
1997
23 Norman, of golf
24 Transgression
25 Carbon/hydrogen
radical
28 Corn unit
31 Surface for painting
35 Brain cell, e.g.
37 Taxi
39 Coal scuttle
40 In seventh heaven
44 Expire
45 Scare word
46 Steal
47 Provide with property
50 Unit of work
52 Church official
53 Ran into
55 Bread unit


57Williams/Russell film:
1986
64 Papal name
65 Warn
66 Every
67 Encourage
68 Unit of radioactivity
69 Vega's constellation
70 Pound, e.g.
71 Macho male
72 QB Flutie or Williams
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1 Scat lady
2 San Obispo
3 Explosive sound
4 Helicopter kin
5 Garden tool
6 Printed material
measure
7 WWII enemy
8 Arboreal monkey
9 Chairs
10 Peaceful
11 Piece of land
12 Nature goddess
13 Gymnast's goal
21 Lowermost ship deck
22 Musician's job
25 Positively charged
electrode


26 Bolshevik leader
27 Coated with cement-
like sealant
29 Thespian
30 Stadium cheer
32 Tear to pieces
33 Find the answer
34 More strange
36 Human head: sl.
38 Wager
41 Enemy
42 ,. -, 11 ,, ,
43 Where derricks rise
48 Egg dish
49 Site, in cyberspace
51 Steinem or Swanson
54 Instruct
56 Frequently
57 Edible tuber
58 Very large
59 Rotate
60 Semester
61 Sandwich spread,
briefly
62 Beige
63 Kind of rug
64 Kind of tent


Happy Days


Make a difference!.

Front desk volunteers needed from 4:00 pm-7:00 pm.
Front desk volunteers welcome and assist patients and visitors to the hospital. They answer incorrming phone
calls, answer questions and direct visitors to the appropriate person and/or department.

Qualifications for front desk volunteers:
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ott+Ioroscope Guide


By Holiday Mathis
The sun moves out of traditional
Capricorn and into the futuristic
sign of Aquarius, beginning a period
of innovation and progress. Thinking
globally comes more easily during
the Aquarius solar transit. What's
good for the planet is good for the
individual. Jupiter and Pluto in
opposition may illustrate the point
with an event in which rewards
will be paid to those who help the
helpless.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
Entertaining is on the docket, and
your success in this will depend on
your ability to plan well. Dancing
monkeys and the like will enthrall
the crowd for a few minutes, but the
gag will get old fast. Think about
the arc of your event and what you
have to interest people throughout
the various stages of your time
together.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).
Your wishes may not be granted, but
they will be taken into consideration.
People want to make you happy this
week. Whether or not they can do
this depends largely on their own
resources and has little to do with
you or how much they love you. Why
not align with powerful people who
could easily help you out?
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). If you
don't mash the potatoes long enough,
they'll be lumpy. If you mash them
too long, they'll be gooey, and there's
no going back. Knowing when to stop
and leave well enough alone will be
important in more than just cooking
this week. When in doubt, it will be
better to exercise restraint than to
overdo it.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). When
someone is going to spend time with
you, you want to make it count.
You think about their experience.
You think about the memories
they'll have later. You feel it's your
responsibility to create something
interesting out of your time together,
and you'll succeed in this regard this
week.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You
usually plan on enjoying life, and


that's what tends to happen. It's
hard for you to understand people
who don't try to derive pleasure
from life, but those types will be all
around you this week. They will be
impressed with how you prioritize
your own comfort and ease. You will
influence them just by being you.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Think
of relationships in terms of good and
bad matches, not purely attraction.
You don't want another person to
abandon a lifestyle to suit your needs
-- that would only cause resentment.
Therefore, it's important that the
other person's lifestyle fits naturally
with your needs.
CANCER (June 22-July 22). You
can stop looking for a clear map to
your destination. Instead, you'll
have to rely, as some animals do,
on ancient migratory instincts. It
will feel right to move in a certain
direction, and so you will. These
instincts will bring you to the perfect
place: the place where you belong.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Small gains
are not to be underestimated. You
don't need to stop and celebrate each
one this week, but do acknowledge
the goodness in every completed
action in some private way and
keep going. Eventually, all of these
small gains will add up to a great
achievement.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
Carefully consider the relationships
you get into this week. Because
you have a highly conscientious
approach to life, more leisurely
personality types will be attracted
to you. They want you to handle the
bothersome details they don't enjoy.
The arrangement will work only if
they also have something you need.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You
won't get infinite shots at today's
moving target. But there are many
things in life for which you get plenty
of do-overs. Take advantage when
this is the case. Creative projects
don't have to be right the first time.
Re-create until you are absolutely
satisfied -- if not in love -- with what
you've made.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your


social skills will save the day. What
you can't fix with tact or diplomacy,
you'll be able to fix with charm. At
some point, though, you have to stop
worrying about everyone's feelings,
and that point will come right around
Wednesday, when you finally will
ask, "What do I want out of this?"
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
You like people. Yet, when you look
around at the others this week, you
will want to make sure that you're
different in some way -- not because
you need to stand out, but because
you need to help them and lift them
up. You will set a new standard, and
others will rise to it in the future.
This Week's Birthdays: This year
will positively change how you think
of yourself. In February, the plan
will work, as long as you have one.
Without a plan, you stand to waste
time. What you do for a charity
or community will have huge and
wonderful repercussions in March.
April is your most romantic month.
You'll make a commitment or deal
that will take years to fulfill. Your
best times for travel will be May and
October. You'll be better than usual
about saving your money, and you'll
invest a lump sum in December.



Music at Gulfport
Beach Pavilion #6
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Harold & Dona alternating weeks
with Lynn & Arlene
Tuesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Open Mic Beach Party Hosted by
Mark Blackwood
Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Karaoke Mike Furman
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.
Woody & his acordion, Music for
listening & dancing
Weather permitting
Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014







Help Send Kids to Camp
YNOT Ministries is raising money
to send their teens in need to camp
next summer. On Friday, January
17th and Saturday, January 18th
they will be hosting a rummage sale
and car wash to send these amazing
teens to this life-changing retreat.
The location of this event will be held
at Trinity Church of the Nazarene at
1000 55th Street S., Gulfport from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Please
note: The car wash will take place on
Saturday, January 18th only.

Register for So Classic
Car Show
The So Classic Car Show will be
held on February 8th from 11 a.m. to
6 p.m. on the Tangerine Greenway,
49th St. and 18th Ave. S. in Gulfport.
Early registration costs $15, or
$20 at the gate. Gates will open at
7 a.m. Over 60 awards will be given.
Event also features food, games, live
entertainment and a large kiddy
area.
Vendors and sponsors can contact
49th Street South Business
Association at www.So49.org or
JsrTraining@aol.com. For your
application or entry form call Phil at
727-327-3509.










Bernie Calvert
invites you to...
Sunshine City
Kiwanis Club


BINGO
Tuesday Nights

6 p.m.D.A.V. Hall

4801 37th St. North
St. Petersburg
727-526-9870

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Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014


Gulfport's Third
Saturday Art Walk
Shop local for interesting selections
in Gulfport's Waterfront Art District
on Saturday, January 18th from
6-10 p.m. Gulfport's authentic
"Old Florida" atmosphere will
provide a unique and relaxing
shopping experience for visitors of
all persuasions. Marvel at the work
of artists and craftsmen, as well as
authors and entertainers stretched
over a half-mile up and down scenic
Beach Boulevard. Live musicians
including the Urban Gypsies, the
Double M Band, and others will be
appearing at venues throughout
the Art Village. While browsing the
art and craft booths, visitors may


also enjoy Gulfport's unique shops,
boutiques, galleries and restaurants.
There is no admission fee for visitors
and complimentary parking is
available nearby with courtesy trolley
rides available from off-site parking
areas. Gulfport events are pet and
family friendly. Experience a dining,
shopping and cultural experience
unlike any other. The event is
located near the surrounding area of
3129 Beach Boulevard S., Gulfport.
Vendor information can be found
at http://suzieking.com/applicants/
gulfport-art-walk. For general
information, follow on Facebookwww.
facebook.com/GulfportArtWalk, visit
www.GulfportMA.com or call 727-
322-5217.


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2014
Sanitation Holiday Schedule


NEW YEAR'S DAY
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1,2014
No Wednesday Yard Waste Pickup this week

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY
MONDAY, JANUARY 20,2014
No Change in Schedule

MEMORIAL DAY
MONDAY, MAY 26,2014
No Change in Schedule

INDEPENDENCE DAY
FRIDAY, JULY 4,2014
Thursday's Pickup will be on Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Friday's Pickup will be on Thursday, July 3, 2014
No Wednesday Yard Waste Pickup this week

LABOR DAY
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,2014
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Women's Self Defense
Don't be a victim. In today's society
self-defense is more important than
ever. Urban Survival JiuJitsu's street
self-defense program is a no holds
barred system of survival combat.
Come out and learn the methods that
will best protect yourself against
various levels of aggression. Classes
are held on Thursdays from 6:30 to
7:30 p.m. at the Gulfport Recreation
Center. The cost is $10 per class.
Please call Donnie at 727-550-7185.

Join a Day of Service
with Bear Creek
The Pasadena Bear Creek
Neighborhood Association is hosting
a Bear Creek & Pinellas Trail Clean-
up in association with the MLK
Day of Service. The event will take
place on Monday, January 20th from
8 a.m. 12 noon. They will be meeting
at 555 61st Street S., St. Petersburg
behind the Grace Bible Church.
The Neighborhood Association will
provide all of the needed equipment
and food and water for volunteers.
Contact Tonilynn or Aaron Sharpe at
727-343-5583.
Russian American Club
The Russian American Club of
Gulfport invites Russian people to
celebrate Day of Tatiana on Sunday,
January 26th at 3 p.m. at 2920 Beach
Boulevard. On February 22nd they
are planning for Russian Traditional
Pancakes. Call for more details 727-
327-7909, 367-2092 or 384-3242.


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Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014


Excerpts heard at the January 9, 2014
Gulfport City Workshop Meeting

Public Comment

& Council Quotes

"I would like to keep this positive."- Sam Henderson
"I was generally in favor of the approach until I read the
memorandum and now I don't know what the approach is."- Bob
Newcomb
"I agree with the mayor, from hereon in it's onward and upward."
- Bob Newcomb
"I think we need to take the first step to get to our goal. Let's figure
out where we are and how we're going to get to our goal."- Ward
Two Councilwoman Christine Brown, who further added "I'm in favor of
small steps."
"I think that's the most important factor. Let's find out the truth
behind the reality.., you have to figure out where you're starting
from before you can go forward." Ward Four Councilman Michael
Fridovich
"Ican tellyou in my 54years it's changed immensely."- City Manager
Jim O'Reilly, when asked by Ward Four Michael Fridovich how the bayou
looked years ago. Mr. O'Reilly declined to comment further.
"We need to have this outside entity there saying yes or no you have
a problem."- Ward Three Councilmember Jennifer Salmon


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Family Fun and Magic
Night at Library
Come join Friends of West St.
Petersburg Library as they sponsor a
family fun night with an hour of magic
fun and family friendly humor with
entertainer Elliot Smith. Mr. Smith
as performed at public libraries all
around Florida.
The performance will be presented
on January 21st at 6:30 p.m. in room
LI 101. The library is located at St.
Petersburg College/Gibbs Campus.
The easiest way to get there is by
turning south on 67th St. from 9th
Ave. N. You will drive right in to
the library parking lot. Call Sandra
Gordon at 727-341-7197.


Card Bocce Party
The Sons of Italy, 2500 34th Street
S. in St. Petersburg, will host a card
bocce party on the last Thursday of
the month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Make your own table for poker, bocce
or canasta. Cost is $7 per person and
a light lunch will be served. Public is
welcome. Call 727-798-6355.

Community Law
Program
Legal assistance is available from
the Community Law Program at the
Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th
Avenue S. every third Friday of the
month. You must be 60 years of age or
older and qualify with the program.


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make the appointment.
If you qualify, the legal assistance is
free. The Community Law Program is
provided by St. Petersburg Attorneys
and exists to empower the most
vulnerable in our community through
pro bono legal representations and
assistance and outreach.

Stetson Launches
Online Journal
Stetson University College of Law
has launched the inaugural issue
of the Stetson Journal of Advocacy
and the Law, a unique law review
designed to be read entirely online
to meet the needs of the modern
reader.
Florida Supreme Court Justice
Peggy Quince has joined the new
journal's editorial board.
The Stetson Journal of Advocacy and
the Law includes a range of articles
related to trial work and practical
advocacy skills, with a foreword
by Professor of Excellence in Trial
Advocacy Charles Rose, director of
Stetson's nationally top-ranked trial
advocacy program.
Stetson student Brian Johnson
serves as editor-in-chief, Jonathan
O'Neil serves as external vice
president, and Alexandra Taylor is
the internal vice president. Stetson
Law professor Tim Kaye, Ph.D.,
serves as faculty adviser for the
journal.
To learn more about the Stetson
Journal of Advocacy and the Law,
visit www.law. stetson.edu/advocacy-
journal/. To learn more about
advocacy at Stetson, visit the Center
for Excellence in Advocacy at http://
www.law.stetson.edu/advocacy.

Two New Spanish
Classes now Forming
Whether you are a true beginner or
have some knowledge they have the
class for you. Both classes will be on
Monday for 8 weeks. The beginner/
novice (for the true beginner) will be
held 4:15-5:15 p.m. Beginner 2 (not
for advanced students) will be held
from 3-4 p.m. Classes are held at
the Gulfport Recreation Center and
are $10 per class. Please call 727-
482-2125 for more questions and to
register.

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' tingling in my feet and lower legs, before coming to
the LaTorre Wellness Center for specialized neuropa-
thy care. I underwent many painful tests with
t needles and electricity. I used various medications,
.....^ and received shots in my back and feet. Unfortu-
nately, none of the treatment helped my pain. The
care I received from Dr. LaTorre was both profes-
sional and gentle, and the staff was very caring. The
tingling and burning was reduced substantially. I am very happy with the
results I received from The LaTorre Wellness Center." ~ RJ. Sarasota


Do You Suffer From
These Symptoms of
Neuropathy?
Tingling/Numbness
Pins and Needles
Hot/Burning or
Cold/Chilled
Swelling
Electric-like /Shocking
Tightness / Vice-like
Pressure


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NEUROPATHY: RELIEVE THE PAIN NOW!
That numbness and tingling in your hands III
or feet, or that restless leg that keeps you H:
from getting a good night's night's rest,
might be more than just an annoyance. It
could be the early onset of Neuropathy, a A
nerve debilitating problem that can lead
to discomfort pain, and even amputation. ===
The damage can be permanent.

What is Neuropathy? C"
Neuropathy is one of the most common
forms of debilitating nerve diseases. It is
estimated as many as 20 million Ameri-
cans, about one in seventeen people,
suffer from this illness. It can occur at any age, but is more common among people over 45.
With neuropathy, the tiny nerves that serve the skin fail in their ability to transmit normal
sensations to the brain, such as the feelings of the legs and feet. When these nerves
become aggravated they are responsible for causing pain, swelling, burning, lack of
balance and other symptoms associated with the disease.
There is great news. Dr. Bill LaTorre of the LaTorre Wellness Center in St. Petersburg has a
practice that concentrates in treating neuropathy, and has successfully treated many
neuropathy patients using state-of-the-art technology.
Dr. LaTorre's treatment protocols have helped many patients get their lives back without
painful surgeries and addictive medications. His neuropathy protocols have an excellent
success rate and can clinically reduce or eliminate neuropathy pain and inflammation.







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ABOUT DR. LATORRE

and the LaTorreWellness Center

Dr. LaTone has treated thousands of patients as a certified
Chiropractor, and is considered the authority in hlie Bay Area
for neuropathy treatment, Whether they've come to him
after years of chronic arthritis, back or headache pain, acute
pains like those caused by trauma from a car accident or a trill,
stomach problems, to manage weight after years of trying, to
end the suffering caused by asthma and allergies, Dr. LaTorre
has helped heal so many that thought they never would or
S could feel well and strong again.

I: f Part of Dr. LaTorre's success comes from the fact that he is a
:i 'lfeloncL learner, and insatiably curious about the newest and
best ways to treat the whole person, and to return to health those who have felt
unhealthy for a long time.
Dr. LaTorre holds a bachelor's degree in human biology, then went on to become a
Chiropractic physician who earned his designation from Lincoln College in Indianapolis.
But his learning did not stop there, Dr. LaTorre is not Just a Chiropractor, In many ways,
this was the beginning of what has been lifelong training. He holds a masters in biome-
chanical trauma and human kinetics from Lynn University in Miami,, then did fellowship
training in the biomechanics of impact trauma and subsequently earned his designa-
tion as a diplomat from theAmerican Academy of Biomechanical Trauma. Dr. LaTorre is
one of the few Chiropractors certified as a Brimhall-trained wellness and holistic
practitioners in the U.S. with advanced training in nutrition and cold laser therapy. Dr.
LaTorre has also trained in DNA, hormone, generic iediih ., .r'Id treatment. Most recently,
Dr, LaTorre completed training in the use and application of the Zerona- laser, the latest
tec hnI-.lc-.Iy and non-invasive, natural alternative to liposuction.

He is an author and has lectured widely throughout the U.S. in venues such as universi-
ties, national and local professional organizations, corporate seminars as well as
television and radio.

Dr. LaTorre, while highly credentialed, holds to a simple mission..-to help bring people
to optimum health with high quality, affordable health care in a comfortable and caring
environment that helps unlock the God-given poren lal within everyone.



STHE CAUSES OF NEUROPATHY
Neuropathy has many different causes. The most
common metabolic cause that we see In our office
Is In patients with diabetes. Nearly 60% of all
people with diabetes develop neuropathy. As if the
pain, numbness, swelling, burning, tingling,
sleepless nights, balance Issues, along with all the
other symptoms that go along with neuropathy
aren't bad enough, approximately 86,000 Ameri-
cans each year undergo amputations as a result of
uncontrolled neuropathy.


Other causes include:
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DRUGS/PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION N SPINAL STENOSIS


ISCHEMIA

The Primary Cause of
Neuropathy

It has been found through extensive
research that the cause of damaged
nerves which create the many various
symptoms of neuropathy is from a body
destroying process known as ISCHEMIA.

Ischemnia is one of Ihose scientific words
which simply mean 'tissue death due to
a lack of nourishment. This Is vitally
important to understand, because
nerves are living tissues requiring
nourishment. All living things require
nutrients and oxygen in order to grow,
thrive, and prosper. Your nerves are NO
exception.


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When functioning normally, nerve
tissues receive nutrient rich, highly-
oxygenated blood that is carried to
them by tiny blood vessels that are easily
clogged. When these tiny nutrient and
oxygen carrying vessels do become
clogged, many nerve tissues fail to
receive the needed nutrients and
oxygen in order to survive. When this
happens the nerves become 'starved'
and damaged.

This is similar to what happens when an
artery becomes obstructed causing a
heart attack only with neuropathy, it
happens on a massive scale damaging
literally millions of microscopic nerves.

In the case of diabetes, too much sugar
fills your bloodstream clogging the
small arteries preventing the nerve
tissues from receiving the nutrients and
oxygen they need- In another form of
neuropathy, direct physical pressure
placed on the nerves by poor joint
function shuts down the flow of oxygen
and nutrients to the nerves much like
what happens if you run over a water
hose with a car tire.

Regardless of the cause, the symptoms
and suffering are real, and since nerve
damage can be permanent, early
diagnosis and treatment are important


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"I no longer have
to rely on drugs
to manage my
neuropathy pain"
"In the beglrning my feet and
hands had a slight numbness
and mingling Later, my feet
couldn't feel the carpet very
well and my sense of balance
was poor. My neurologist
temporarily managed the
tingling in my feet and hands
with prescription drugs. But,
the drugs never really
provided sustained relief. My
numbness and balance issues
became worse. I had limited
feeling rn my hands or feet and
they were constantly numb.
Fortunately, after receiving
treatment from LaTorre
Wellness Center, the tingling
and my balance improved
greatly. i no longer rely on
drugs to manage my neuropa-
Ihy pain. and I am much more
stable on my feet I am
thankful I finally found real
relief
- R. B. St. Petersburg


EVERYDAY THE LATORRE WELLNESS
CENTER HAS MORE SUCCESS
RECEIVING NEUROPATHY PAIN.

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke there is no
medical treatment which will cure peripheral neuropathy. There are many forms of treating it
symptomatically. The 51.anclard according to NINDS is the usual, rest and IKe a h.=allhy lifestyleand
of course drugs to relieve symptoms.
However, alternatively we at La TorreWellness Center are having great success using Erchonia cold
lasers, an FDA approved laser.This special medical laser is documented and proven in clinical trials
to reduce pain, swelling and inflammation, causes cell regeneration and increases blood flow and
circulation within the tissues. It is non invasive, fast and effective.
By using this laser along with percussion, ion foot baths, and specific nutrition to increase Nitric
hit,,d, (a vasodilator) and &pefic Chiropractic instrument adjusting we are seeing a 85 to 92%
result in symptom relief with our patients, rhis is accomplished in a short period of weeks.




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WHAT IS NITRIC OXIDE AND WHY DOES THE BODY NEED IT?
Nitli oxide is a gas containing nitrogen and oxygen which tells everycell in your body how to
ie- functions of nitric oxide is to increase blood flow by dilating blood vessels.
m l Due in part to age, lifestyle and diet factors, most adults don't produce enough nitric oxide.
SlPeople with diabetes also have low levels of nitric oxide which can lead to constriction of the
W blood vessels that supply oxygen and nutrients to the nerves, contributing to nerve damage
W and neuropathy.
... .... ..... The treatment prolocols used by Dr LaTore increase the levels of nitric oxide in the bodywhich
open arteries and Increase blood flow 1o the nerves which improves neuropathy symptoms.

According to National Institute of Health 60- 70% of diabetics have PN. There e are dozen' of othercauses such as traurnmar, vitamin defecien-
cies, alcohol, chemo therapy, drugs, toxins, slipped or degenerated discs and many more. We had one pdFieni. recently interviewed by
channel 8, G. Guyardo, that had PN from a stroke and used a walkershe had poor balance and numbness, tingling as well as pain and loss
of foot and leg control. Severely limited- After r, yirg all the conventional medical treatment with drug after drug with no real relief she
came to us and within weeks her condition allowed her to give up her cane and wilker and even went dancing. She is now a(-rdir'ing lo
her own testimony 80- 90 % better and living a normal and enjoyable life again. This could be you it you just give alternative medicine a
chance.
This is just one story there are many, many more like hers with causes of PN from diabetes, back and or neck disc issues, chemotherapy for
cancer treatment, alcoholism, etc. This treatment really does a wonderful job restoring peoples lives. It Is safe and effective, drugless,
painless and affordable. If you have been told you have PN why would you continue to suffer rn-Ile5 sly. call our office today at 727-32 1-
6130. We want to help you : change your life and live the life you deserve.


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HOW IS NEUROPATHY DIAGNOSED?
If you have any of the symptoms of
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properly diagnosed by a trained
professional. in the LaTorre Wellness
Center, every laient receives a
thorough neurological examination
that includes your work environment.
exposure to toxins, and family history
of neurologic3l disease. You will have
tests performed that may identify the
cause of your neuropathic disorder
and determine the extent and type of
your nerve damage.

Ignore Neuropathy at Your Own Risk
Not only will you continue to uffir ,eedieriy. Progression of neuropathy may lead to
amputation. Sadly, this happens more than you think, especially wth people suffering
from diabetes.
Our proven, non-surgical, pain-free neuropathy treatment protocols have helped many
patients get their lives back without painful surgeries and addictive medicationsiiYou
can too!


NEUROPATHY SELF-TEST


Rate the sevenry of your pain
0 (no pain) 10 (unbearable pain) (0 (D () () () (D ) G()
Do your legs or feet feel numb? YES NO
Do you have a tingling sensation in your feet of legs? YES NO
Do you have feelings of burning in your feet or legs? YES NO
Do you have an extreme sensitivity to touch in yo feet or legs? YES NO
Have you eiepenenced a stabbing or shooting pain in your feet or legs? YES NO
Have you experienced loss of sensation in your feet or legs? YES NO
Do you experience pain in your feet or legs when you walk? YES NO
Is your pain keeping you awake at night? YES NO
Has your pain limited your ability to walk? YES NO
Has your pain made it difficult to stand? YES NO
Have you experienced a loss of balance or coordination when YES NO
standing or walking?
Has your pain affected your ability to drive a car' YES NO
Has your pain affected your job? YES NO


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January 24th 1 p.m.
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February 14th 1 p.m.

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Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014






Free Meditation Classes
Reverend T. L. Leitho will present
an 8-week free meditation class at
North Branch Library, 861 70th
Avenue N. in St. Petersburg on
Friday beginning January 24th
from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Class is
based on the books "Your Head in
the Tiger's Mouth" and "The Power
of Now" by Eckhart Tolle. Call
893-7214 to register. Bring a cushion,
pen and notebook, and the text "The
Power of Now".

Lithuanian-American
Club Lunch
The Lithuanian/American
Club at 4880 46th Avenue N. in
St. Petersburg is serving lunch
every Thursday at 1 p.m. The
winter schedule of luncheons is one
week koldunai and the other week
cepelinai.
The cost is $7 for entree, side, dessert
and coffee. This Thursday's menu
is soup, koldunai (meat dumplings)
served with bacon and/or sour cream,
dessert and coffee. As usual, they
have Lithuanian beer and fresh
baked bread to buy every Thursday.


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Call Vida at 866-7936 for more
information. Everyone is welcome.

Speaking of History
Series Continues
As part of the Speaking of History
lecture series, author and graphic
designer Rick Kilby will present
"Finding the Fountain of Youth:
Ponce de Leon and Florida's Magical
Waters" on Sunday, January 19th.
The lecture and book signing will be
held at 2 p.m. in the Pinellas Room at
Heritage Village.
Kilby's book, published in 2013
by the University Press of Florida,
describes how the search for
treasures along Florida's waters 500
years ago continues to remain part of


the mystique of Florida.
Dreamers, opportunists, developers,
young families, tourists, and retirees
often seek to enrich themselves and
enjoy Florida's bountiful wealth.
Kilby illustrates that the fictional
mythology that has sustained the
legend has actually transformed
the historical record of our populous
peninsula.
For more than 25 years, Orlando
graphic designer Rick Kilby has
studied Florida's popular history
and helped his clients in presenting
historical topics in interesting, visual
ways.
Heritage Village is located at 11909
125th St. N. in Largo. Visit www.
pinellascounty.org/heritage, or call
727-582-2123.


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Once a Month
Introductory Digital
Photography Workshop
Do you feel overwhelmed by all the
features your camera offers? Are
you unsure what your camera can
and can't do? The St. Pete Beach
Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive, will offer an Introduction to
Digital Photography Workshop on
January 23rd, February 20th, March
20th, April 17th, and May 22nd.
Classes start at 6 p.m. and run for
three hours; they cost only $10 per
person.
In this workshop the complete novice
will gain a solid understanding of
their compact digital camera or


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the basic features of their digital
SLR. They will leave the workshop
with the fundamental knowledge
needed to embark upon a lifetime's
exploration of photography. After
taking this workshop, participants
are eligible for the Intermediate
digital workshop.
Please register by Tuesday before
the class is scheduled. For more
information or to register call 727-
363-9245. Bring your camera (with a
charged battery) and a pen or pencil
for any notes.

Open Call for Flash
Fiction and Nonfiction
Trace Taylor Publication invites all
Gulfport and surrounding Pinellas


* We Accept Most
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* Medicare
* ECPA/EYEMED

* Board Certified
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County writers of any age to submit
manuscripts for possible publication
in either or both up and coming new
annual anthologies, The Gulfport
Chronicle (nonfiction) and The
Gulfport Flash (fiction).
Submission Requirements:
3 page maximum and brief one
paragraph author bio.
* Nonfiction for The Chronicle
* Fiction, any genre, for The Flash
S$10 reading fee for each
manuscript
* Multiple submissions allowed
Simultaneous submissions
(submitted to more than one publisher
or journal) will not be accepted.
Pays selected writers two copies
of publication and credit listing in
which their work will appear. Writers
retain all copyrights to their work.
Revenues from sales will support the
annual Youth Writing Workshops
and Contest.
Call or email for submission forms
and mailing information: 813-
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gmail.com

Tour Barbara
Gilberg Habitat
By Natalie Leggette
Join me for a tour of the park on
January 23rd at 10 a.m. and learn
about common species on our
District lands. Bring something to
write with and paper for notes. I
will have booklets on this subject.
Barbara Gilberg Habitat is located
at 1600 Pasadena Avenue next to the
electronic billboard on Shore Drive.
Meet Natalie in the Pavilion.


Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014






Meet the Candidates
Gulfport Voters are invited to meet
the candidates for the upcoming
March 11 Municipal Election on
Tuesday, January 28th at 7 p.m.
inside the Gulfport City Hall Council
Chambers. Facilitated by the
League of Women voters, "Meet the
Candidates" allows the public to ask
important questions about important
Gulfport issues. Get in the know and
see where the Ward III Candidates
stand on Tuesday, January 28th at
7p.m.
Cannot make this date? This program
will be broadcast Live on the City of
Gulfport Television Station, Channel
615 on Brighthouse Cable and on the
City of Gulfport, FL website at the
following the link, http://mygulfport.
us/gtv615.
For more information, please call
the City Clerk at 893-1012. Gulfport
City Hall is located at 2401 53rd
Street S., Gulfport.

Chat with a Pharmacist
As we get older, we take more and
more prescription andover the counter
(OTC) medications, herbal products
and dietary supplements. In addition,
care is being managed by multiple
healthcare professionals. This could
be a recipe for complications.
On Monday, January 27th at
2:30 p.m. bring your medication list
to the Gulfport Senior Center and go
over everything you are taking with a
St. Pete General Hospital pharmacist
who is trained in Medication Therapy
Management and will determine if
there is a risk for drug interactions


B PASADENA YACHT
&COUNTRY CLUB

Play 2014 Monday Golf
Unrivaled greens with the
private club experience.

$60+tax before 2pm
$50+tax after 2pm
(does not include range privilege)
Pool Bar and Halfway House
Open For Refreshments!
Call 727-381-TEES (8337)
3 day advance tee times

Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014


and discuss possible less costly
options.
Must be a registered Gulfport Senior
Center member. Membership is easy
and free for all individuals 50 years
of age or older. For more information,
please contact Rachel at 727-
893-1231.

Real World Windows
7 Training
Level 1 (Beginner's) and Level 2
(Intermediate) computer classes are
scheduled to begin on February 4th
and 5th in room 107 at the Gulfport
Multipurpose Senior Center located


Monday- Wednesday
8:30-5:00
Thursday 8:30-1:00


at 5501 27th Avenue S. in Gulfport.
Classes start promptly at 2 p.m. All
students must sign up at the Senior
Center two weeks before the starting
date.
Level 1 class will be on Tuesdays,
and Level 2 class will be held on
Wednesday throughout the month
of February. The fee for each set of
four classes (Level 1 or Level 2) is
$40 for Gulfport residents, $50 for
non-residents. Payment must be
received no later than one week prior
to the first day of class. Cash, check
or credit card charge is accepted at
the Senior Center. See either Rachel
or Jane to sign up.


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be performing a benefit concert on
Friday, February 14th at 7 p.m. in
the auditorium, 1400 54th Avenue S.
in St. Petersburg. Concert features
the school's Jazz Ensemble and Jazz
Combo, Gumbi Ortiz, "New Groove
City" with special guests JB Scott
and Lisa Kelley. Tickets are $10 and
all proceeds benefit the New Orleans
trip and the LHS Jazz Program.
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The 35th Annual Sparkling
Clearwater Depression Glass Show
and Sale will be held February 1st
and 2nd at the MinnReg Building,


6340 126th Avenue in Largo. Hours
are Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is $5 good for both days
with a dollar discount with any ad or
flyer.
The show and sale will feature
national dealers offering for sale
American-made art glass, carnival
glass, depression glass, elegant
glass, pattern glass, china, pottery,
dinnerware and kitchenware from
the 1880's, the Depression Era and
the 1940's to the present. There
is a snack bar on site and serves
breakfast, lunch and light snacks.
Paid admission includes fabulous
door prizes and show gift certificates.
Must be present to win.
Call Tom Campbell at 727-
725-2069 or visit www.
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Safe Boating Class
The Boca Ciega Sail and Power
Squadron is offering a Safe Boating


Class (America's Boating Course) on
Monday and Wednesday evenings
beginning on February 3rd and
ending on February 12th from
7-9:30 p.m. The course is designed
for boaters using all types of
watercraft and satisfies the Florida
State Boating Law requirements.
Graduates will receive a "Boater
Education ID Card" from the Florida
FWC. The course covers general
information about boats, personal
watercraft, maintenance, boating
safety as well as boating laws and
regulations.
Upon successful completion of this
course students will be eligible for a
free six month membership in the
United States Power Squadrons
(USPS) and take advantage of the
other educational opportunities
afforded to members. The class will be
conducted at the squadron building
at 130 126th Avenue at Lagoon Lane
(south side of John's Pass), Treasure
Island. The cost for materials is $35.
For information and to reserve a seat
contact the course chairman, Nick
Miller, at 727-424-1810. Visit www.
usps.org/localusps/bocaciega.

Special Performance
at Gulfport Library
On February 27th at 7 p.m. the
Circle of Friends of the Gulfport
Library will sponsor a performance
by Chautauqua actor Betty
Jean Steinshouer about Ernest
Hemingway as seen through the eyes
of three women in his life: Marjorie
Kinnan Rawlings, Gertrude Stein
and Willa Cather. This performance,
a part of the Circle of Friends annual
meeting, is made possible by a grant
from the Florida Humanities Council.
The Grand Opening of the library's
Reading Garden will take place that
evening as well. It promises to be
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Warhol and Dali: Learn
the Connections
The St. Petersburg Public Library
System presents "Warhol: Art.
Fame. Mortality: Dali and Warhol
Connections" on Saturday, January
25th, at 2 p.m. at the St. Petersburg
Main Library Auditorium, 3745
Ninth Avenue N. Craig Petersburg,
Education Coordinator for the
Dali Museum, will discuss the new
exhibit as well as the connections
between the work of Andy Warhol
and Salvador Dali. This event is free
and open to the public. Call 727-
893-7928 for more information.

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Local Obituaries


BERNARD, VICTORIA M., 75, of
St. Pete Beach, passed away Thursday
Jan. 9, 2014. She is survived by her
husband Joseph Bernard and stepson
GinoLanatta. She willbe remembered
as an indomitable loving mother and
an unerring faithful and loving wife.
Rest in peace, fight no more, and be
with Jesus. A gathering of family and
friends will be Sunday, Jan. 12, from
4-5 p.m. at Beach Memorial Chapel,
St. Pete Beach.
HOLZBERG, MICHAEL JARED,
55, of Gulfport, passed away Jan.
4, 2014. His son, Jared, was the
highlight of his life. Michael was a
veteran of the United States Navy.
A huge sports fan, his favorite team
was the Miami Dolphins. He shared
his love of the game with Dolphin's
tickets, jackets and other gifts. He
loved his family, and will be missed
by his son and Jared's mother Lynn;
his brother Matthew and his wife D.J.
and many other friends and family.
HUCKINS, MARILYN J.
(TAYLOR), died in her 83 years in
Spring Hill, FL on Jan. 13, 2014. She
leaves a brother Earl in New York
State and a sister Norma in Gulfport.
She was a physical aid teacher. She
leaves 7 grandchildren, plus her two
lovely daughters. She was a trumpet
player in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Band.
HUMPHREY, FRANCES, 86,
passed away Dec. 20, 2013. A St. Pete
Beach and South Pasadena resident
for over 40 years, and a nurse's aide
in South Pasadena for many years.
Frances was a member of St. John's
Church and had many friends who
loved her. Frances was predeceased
by husband, Rod Humphrey; and son,
Andy Barral. Frances is survived
by daughters, Rosemary (Darby)
Serra, and Gina Porter; son, David
Humphrey; a sister and brother, and
four grandchildren.


MANNING, LAURA L., 87, of Town
Shores Kenmore buildingin Gulfport,
passed away Jan. 8, 2014. Laura,
the widow of Richard Manning, was
born in Reading, PA, the daughter
of Grace (Loring) Ray and Lester
Pawling. She sang on the radio in
PA as a child and was in many bands
as a teenager.She moved to Florida
in the early 70's. She is survived by
her daughter Karen, wife of Michael
Rhoads in PA, and sons, John Ray
and his partner Linda, and Richard
Manning and his wife Kathy living
in Florida. Also Kenneth Manning,
husband of Deety in PA, and Joyce
Manning. Her grandchildren Bambi,
Anna, Michael, Christopher, Michele,
Melissa and Richard Michael. Dozens
of great-grandchildren and great-
great-grandchildren.
TREIMANIS, EUGENIA J., (nee
Grudzinskas), 92, of St. Pete Beach
passed away Jan. 7, 2014. Eugenia
was born in Kaunas, Lithuania. She
came to the United States in 1949
and moved from New York to Florida
28 years ago. She was an accountant
for many years and a member of the
Lithuanian club. Survivors include
her sisters Nijole, Aldona, and Rima
and their families who will miss
her dearly. A visitation will be held
at the Beach Memorial Chapel,
301 Corey Ave., St. Pete Beach on
Friday, Jan. 10 from 6-8 p.m. The
funeral Mass will be Saturday, Jan.
11 at 10:30 a.m. at Most Holy Name
of Jesus Catholic Church, 5800 15th
Ave. S., Gulfport with entombment
to follow at Woodlawn Memory
Gardens. Donations may be made in
Eugenia's memory to the Lithuanian
American Club, 4880 46th Ave.
N., St. Petersburg, FL 33714 or
the Lithuanian Foundation, 14911
127th St., Lemont, IL 60439. Please
sign the online guestbook at: www.
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has an offer you won't want to
miss. January 1st through March
1st you can buy a 6-month Aquatic
membership and you will get 6
months free. This offer is valid on
the purchase of a child, adult, senior
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Sunsation Show Chorus
Celebrates its
Tenth Season
To celebrate, Brian Smawley,
Artistic Director, has out done
himself choosing three spectacular
shows for the season. They are
still a core group at the Pinellas
Park Performing Arts Center and
have added a second venue to their
schedule, the Catherine Hickman
Theater of Gulfport.
The first show, "100 Years of
Broadway" delighted audiences in
both venues. Broadway music is
always a favorite at the Pinellas
Park Performing Arts Center and
played to a full house in their new
Gulfport venue, receiving a standing
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Porter & Friends". Who doesn't
love the wonderful songs of these
composers? Performances are
February 1st at 2 p.m. at Hickman
Theater of Gulfport and February 9th
3 p.m. at Pinellas Park Performing
Arts Center.
"Singin' the Blues for You" wraps
up the season. The blues, a strictly
American art form, spread from the
"deep south" to U.S. cities such as
Kansas City, Chicago, Saint Louis.
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Why You Need
a Flu Shot
Swine flu (H1N1) is back. I wrote
about it in December of 2009 when
my daughter died of it. The vaccine
to help prevent it was not available
to her in time. Now it is part of the
regular flu shot. You should get it,
young or old. Swine flu seems to
attack the younger (6 to 65); regular
flu gets the rest of us. Not all, of
course, but some. Being part of the
"some" is not fun and can be fatal.
In November, a 27-year-old
woman in Dade City, Polk County,
unvaccinated, died of the swine flu.
Her father was grief stricken. He
urged everyone to get the vaccination.
In a letter to the editor in The Tampa
Bay Times, I backed him up and
also pointed out that I have joined
the Pinellas Immunization Team
for Community Health, (PITCH)
organized by the Florida Department
of Health in Pinellas County. Its
focus is specifically on vaccinating
the under two years olds against
childhood diseases, including the flu,
but the team deals with all vaccines.
More on the childhood diseases in a
bit.
In the meanwhile, flu is taking its toll.
That toll is described by our youngest
son, Mike, who is a pediatric critical
care doctor at Vanderbilt University's
children hospital in Nashville, Tn.
He wrote this about the flu last week
on his Facebook page:
"I harp on this a lot but as many of
you know, it's personal. I can't discuss
details, but know this: every year 2-3
kids die in my ICU alone. All of them
were previously healthy. In addition
to the ones who die, we get somewhere
around 10 (plus-minus) who end up
on ventilators, and another 2-3 who
need ECMO. Most (but not all) of the
children with flu who end up in my
ICU are unvaccinated. Their disease
course is swift, and the parents are
all wonderful caring parents who
promptly sought care. In the nearly
ten years I've been doing pediatrics,
I don't think I've seen a single
severe flu shot (or any other vaccine)


reaction, but these previously healthy
kids in the ICU have been a common
theme throughout the years. I can't
promise you that getting the flu shot
will prevent you from getting the flu,
or even from dying from it. But my
experience is echoed by my many
colleagues across the country, each
of us seeing thousands of patients
a year. So the benefits far outweigh
any risks you may hear about. Please
tell your friends. And get the damn
shot."
Later I got these two chilling
texts from him: "Put our first H1N1
onto echo 2 days ago. Declared
her dead today. Healthy 13 year
old. Unvaccinated." That case was
featured on Nashville television. And
two days later: "Just put an 8 month
old on echo for flu."
E CMO, by the way, inlaymen's terms,
is a heart lung machine. It is not a
simple nor without risk procedure
nor is being on a ventilator. Recovery
from diseases and treatments can be
difficult and slow. Even pneumonia,
often referred to by lay people
casually as just a minor problem,
can take six to nine months for full
recovery. Getting a flu shot is neither
dangerous (it does not contain a live
virus) nor costly nor inconvenient. If
you can't afford it contact the health
department or your local doctor for
assistance.
Back to the under two year olds.
They get the flu, too, as noted by my
son. But they are also susceptible
to a myriad of childhood diseases,
many of which the young generation
(including many doctors) have neither
experienced or seen. My generation
remembers them well because we
"caught" them, suffered with them,
were quarantined for them, or had
complications from them. While some
consider these minor diseases, none
are minor to the child nor are they
without serious and sometimes fatal
consequences. It's no coincidence
that many of these are rare today.
Vaccines have either curtailed or
eradicated many diseases, but mass
inoculation keeps them at bay.
When a large number of people


refuse vaccinations the diseases
recur. Hence, nationwide, we have
the largest outbreak of measles and
whooping cough(pertussis) in years.
However, there are also mumps,
chicken pox, diphtheria, tetanus,
small pox and polio and meningitis
to worry about.
Few remember polio these days, a
crippling disease nearly eliminated
by the Salk and Sabin vaccines.
My generation literally feared polio
and worried about catching it, or it
catching us. Those vaccines were
miracles for us. Nonetheless pockets
remain in Pakistan (the Taliban kills
vaccinators) and now in Syria. These
are only a plane ride away. In fact,
the mobility of the world population
exposes us to all these diseases.
Just think what small pox and other
European diseases did to the native
North and South American natives.
Doctors treat illnesses and doctors
like my son handle the critically ill
when preventive care is no longer
valid. However, most doctors, are
trying to keep patients from getting
sick. Pediatricians are the real
front lines and their most effective
weapons are vaccines. But, they can't
force them on the children. As one
ad for vaccine reads: "which of these
diseases do you want your child to
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BAmerican Legion Activities


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THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Breakfast Buffet Lunch Served
Kitchen Open Southern Knights Band 8:30-11am No Lunch Served Lunch 11-3 11am-3pm
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11am-3pm Dinner 4:30-6:30pm hot dogs 12-3pm Ron's Karaoke 7pm Bingo 6pm
Southern Knights Band Dinner 4:30-6:30pm Kitchen Open
7-11pm Steakums 1-3pm for Bingo

Legion Riders meet first Monday of each month at 7 pm
Auxiliary meets 2nd Tuesday each month at 7 pm.
Legionnaire meets 3rd Monday of each month 7 pm
S.A.L. meets last Monday of each month at 7 pm.
Service Officer Bob Cannon is at the Post Thursday from 9am 12 noon to offer assistance
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Snapdragons for Swimmers
Local florist partners with Bogie swim team to raise money
Karen Lanigan, owner of Karen's Florist on Gulfport Boulevard, has found a
way to help raise money for the Boca Ciega High swim team and it doesn't
involve car washes or selling candy bars.
For $20, anyone can get a "flower card" from Karen's florist. For that $20, they
receive wrapped flowers once a month. Every month has a different theme and
the card does not expire. All of the money will go directly to the swim team;
Karen's Florist keeps none.
"The money that they raise will be spent on the entire team," Lanigan says.
"It will benefit the ones who can't afford to compete and it will buy the supplies
that they need."
She doesn't have a family member on the team, she says she chose to help the
team "because it's a great group of kids and they just need a little help with
the funding."
"I would love for them to go to every swim meet and take first place," she
says. "Every bit of the money they make will stay with the swim team, I just
want to give back to the kids of our future."
Support the swim team by getting your flower card at Karen's Florist of
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Attention Young
Scientists!
On Monday the Gulfport Public
Library will have an after school
science and engineering club from
3-4 p.m. for children in grades K-5th.
You'll build with Lego's and try a
new science experiment every week!
Parents are more than welcome to
join in on the fun. Call Cailey Klasson,
Youth Librarian, at 727-893-1074.

Beach Volleyball Clinics
Do you want to learn beach volleyball
from the best? Bevolley Academy has
the top professional players in Florida
and USA to train you, Paula Roca
and Raquel Ferreira. These clinics
are great for anyone wanting to
learn a new sport, for indoor players
making the transition to the sand
court. Junior Clinic: Tuesday, from
5:30-7 p.m.; Adult Clinic: Tuesday,
from 7-8:30 p.m. Cost is $20 per
player for each clinic. Clinics are held
at the City of Gulfport's Volleyball
Courts located on beautiful Gulfport
Beach. Players must register online
at www.bevolleyacademy.com or call
495-6696 or 893-1068.

Free Wills for
Veterans Aged 60+
Stetson University College of Law
partners with the Community Law
Program and the St. Petersburg Bar
Foundation in February to prepare
free simple wills and advance
directives for low income veterans
and their spouses aged 60 or older.
Veterans or their spouses must
schedule individual appointments
in advance by calling 727-562-7393.
Walk-in appointments are not
available. The deadline to schedule
an appointment is January 24th,
2014.
The Wills for the Greatest
Generation program is designed to
assist veterans and their spouses
aged 60 or older who have limited
assets. Individuals owning real estate
outside the state of Florida will not
be eligible to participate.
Volunteer attorneys from the
Community Law Program will assist
Stetson's Center for Excellence
in Elder Law and Veterans Law
Institute.

Gabber January 16 -January 22, 2014






Band Presents
"On Broadway"
On the evening of Wednesday,
February 5th, at 7:30 p.m. the South
Pasadena Community Band will
present a free concert which will
take place in the Treasure Island
Community Center, 1 Park Place
and 106th Avenue. The concert
features great tunes from past stage
shows. They are sure you will enjoy
hearing musical selections from "Les
Miserables", "West Side Story" and
"Chicago" among others. Come and
experience the memories this music
produces.

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How to Pull the Plug
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Want to put a thousand bucks back
into your wallet in the coming year? If
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now, pulling that plug would more
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high and dry for TV entertainment.
It's been three months now since we
cancelled our cable TV service. While
I can't say we dialed our monthly
entertainment costs back to $0, we
have reduced the cost more than
$100 a month.
What we had before: basic cable
service including several premium
sports packages like ESPN and
movie channels. My husband is a
sports fanatic, while I approach the
level of "junkie" when it comes to
cable news.
What we have now: local free
broadcast channels and access to
movies, TV and sports that are
available live and online as well as an
audio feed for cable news channels.
STEP 1: GET AN ANTENNA. If you
grew up fiddling with rabbit ears on
top of your family's television set to
get rid of snow and ghosts, you may
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with the way that digital signals are
transmitted, TV reception comes in
crystal clear or not at all. All you
need is a decent antenna to add
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Depending on your location, you
may be able to get by with an indoor
antenna. Not that close? You'll
probably need an outdoor antenna to
get decent reception.
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broadcasting. But if you like to watch
movies on demand and enjoy all that
broadband Internet connectivity has
to offer, you have options.
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connection lets you hook your
television to the Internet and stream
shows and movies to your TV. If you
have a "smart TV," this connectivity
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as well.
Much of the content that comes
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viewing so we can skip through
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basic model costs about $150 plus
$15 a month for the TiVo service.
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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
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Friday 1/3
Animal Call- 800 BIk Gray St. S.
Fraud/Forgery- 6200 BIk Fairway
Blvd. S.
Noise- 5100 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Stolen Vehicle- 2300 BIk 5nd St. S.
Vandalism- 2900 BIk 51st St. S.
Saturday 1/4
Accident with Injuries- 5300 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Animal Call- 16th Ave. & 57th St. S.
Disturbance- 5200 BIk Jersey Ave. S.
Domestic- 4900 BIk 31st Ave. S.


Domestic- 5200 BIk Jersey Ave. S.
Drug Call- 2200 BIk 51st S. S.
DUI- 2300 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Juvenile Trouble- Shore & Beach
Blvds. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 1300 BIk 55th St.
S.
Noise- 1200 BIk 52nd St. S.
Noise- 54th St. & Gulfport Blvd. S.
Theft- 5700 BIk 30th Ave. S.
Sunday 1/5
Vandalism- 49th St. & 13th Ave. S.
Animal Call- 4900 BIk 31st Ave. S.
Assault/Battery- 5500 BIk Shore
Blvd. S.
Burglary- 5100 BIk Preston Ave. S.
Burglary Vehicle- 2000 BIk Gray St.
S.
Burglary Vehicle- 5800 BIk 16th Ave.
S.
Disturbance- 5100 BIk Gulfport Blvd.
S.
Drug Call- 2500 BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 4900 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Noise- 1200 BIk 59th St. S.


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Noise- 5300 BIk Tangerine Ave. S.
Panhandler- 5200 BIk 6th PI S.
Prowler- 2900 BIk Dupont St. S.
Robbery- 5200 BIk 8th Ave. S.
Stolen Vehicle- 5000 BIk Newton Ave.
S.
Monday 1/6
Theft- 31st Ave. & 54th St. S.
Theft- 5400 BIk 10th Ave. S.
Theft- 2900 BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Theft- 5300 BIk 27th Ave. S.
Animal Call- 15th Ave. & 58th St. S.
Burglary Residence- 5100 BIk 24th
Ave. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 5600 BIk 19th
Ave. S.
Fraud/Forgery- 2200 BIk 54th St. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Tuesday 1/7
Theft- 2700 BIk 56th St. S.
Trespass- 25th Ave. & 58th St. S.

Assault/Battery- 5000 BIk 23rd Ave.
S.
Domestic- 1300 BIk 58th St. S.
Structure Fire- 5400 BIk 29th Ave. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 4900 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Wednesday 1/8
Shots Fired/Heard- 5700 BIk 23rd
Ave. S.
Theft- 5300 BIk 31st Ave. S.
Theft- 4900 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Vandalism- 5200 BIk 23rd Ave. S.
Vandalism- 2200 BIk 49th St. S.
Animal Call- 5300 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Thursday 1/9
Brush Fire- 5400 BIk 30th Ave. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 4900 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Noise- 1100 BIk 60th St. S.
Burglary- 4900 BIk 23rd Ave. S.
Burglary Vehicle- 5300 BIk 21st Ave.
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The 41st Annual Art
Festival Beth-El
Art Festival Beth-El, Temple
Beth-El's annual fine art exhibition
and sale, will celebrate its 41st
Annual Art Festival on Saturday,
February 1st, Sunday, February
2nd, and Monday, February 3rd
at 400 Pasadena Avenue S. in
St. Petersburg. Beginning in 1973
with only 20 artists, Art Festival
Beth-El now showcases over 160
national and international award-
winning artists. This highly
acclaimed fine art exhibit and sale
is well known as one of the premier
shows in the Southeastern United
States. Space has grown from one
gallery to six galleries throughout the
facility featuring original paintings,
wood, sculpture, ceramics, glass,
photography and jewelry.
The Art Festival also offers a large
selection of signed, framed, limited
editionprintsfromSydEntelGalleries
of Safety Harbor. A large Outdoor
Sculpture Garden will feature a
variety of fun and unusual pieces for
gardens, offices or large buildings.
The Boutique Gallery will offer fine
art and craft at moderate prices. A
yearly tradition will continue, as Art
Festival Beth-El will feature selected
works by talented emerging artists
from Pinellas County's seventeen
public and private high schools. The
Art Festival will award scholarship
money to the schools of the winning
students.
An elegant preview cocktail reception
will be held on Saturday, February
1st from 7-10 p.m. with admission of
$25 which can be purchased at the
door.
Art Festival Beth-El is free and open
to the public on Sunday, February
2nd from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with light
lunches and snacks available to
purchase. The Avenue of the Shops,
a one-day sale of fun art, jewelry
and crafts, will be free and open to
the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on Monday, February 3rd. A free,
special event will be performed at
11 a.m.
A gourmet luncheon will be served
on Monday at 12:30 p.m. with your
$20 check necessary to make a
reservation. Docents will be available
during the weekend and will also
offer a tour at 2 p.m. on Monday.
Art Festival Beth-El continues to
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grow in popularity and now attracts
over 8,000 people from Tampa Bay
and the surrounding areas. Call the
Temple at 727-347-6136 for more
information.

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by a highly celebrated live musical
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administration. A typical formal
probate administration in the State
of Florida will take six (6) months
to one (1) year to properly close the
estate.
3. If I have a last will and
testament, will my will prevent
a quarrel over my assets by the
beneficiaries? No, even a properly
drafted and authenticated will does
not prevent any interested party
from contesting a probate matter
(including the amount of assets a
beneficiary may receive).
4. Can my living trust be
changed? Yes, a living trust may
be changed or even eliminated so
long as the trust is declared to be
revocable. Some trusts are declared
to be irrevocable and accordingly
cannot be changed.
5. Are living trusts only beneficial
to people with large estates? No,
living trusts are beneficial for all
people who desire to avoid the probate
process which currently can be more
time-consuming and costly than
the administration of a living trust
when someone passes on. Of course,
those people with larger estates will
realize larger benefits and potentially
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return for the Internal Revenue
Service? Generally, the grantor and
the trustee of a revocable living trust
will not need to file a separate federal
tax return for the trust. Generally,
a personal 1040 tax return will be
sufficient.
Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson
Law Offices which is located at
1135 Pasadena Avenue South, Suite
140, St. Petersburg, Florida. The
telephone number is 727-347-5131.
Mr. Myers welcomes calls regarding
this article and other related legal
topics. This column outlines general
legal principles and is not intended
to give you legal advice. If you have
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Trying to Keep More Money in Your Pocket: Insurance with Bentley DeNight Insurance
By Cathy Salustri


No one wants to hand over a chunk of their
hard-earned cash to an insurance company, but Jeff
DeNight makes the process as painless as possible.
The local insurance broker believes that although
you do need insurance, it should be the most
cost-effective coverage available.
That's why he made the choice to operate an
independent agency. His agency, Bentley DeNight
Insurance Services, maintains no affiliation with the
larger companies, preferring instead to contract with
smaller, highly rated, insurance companies where he
doesn't get pressured to sell only their policies.
"It's important to have an independent agent and
know, without a doubt, that they have your best
interests in mind, rather than quotas through their
parent company," he said.
Why does that matter? Why should you use an
independent insurance agency, such as Bentley
DeNight, instead of a big name, direct insurance
company? Does it really matter or save you money?
Yes, and here are two big reasons why:
Independent agents tend to be more aggressive
about exploring every available option for insurance
coverage instead of defaulting to their parent
company. Smaller companies often offer less
expensive coverage, and since an independent agent
has no allegiance to any one company, you know
they leave no stone unturned in finding the best deal
for your situation.
"With us, you can feel comfortable that we'd
exhausted every possible avenue," Jeff says. "I can
assure you we will investigate and evaluate any and
every private market option."
"Two, we're not aligned to any particular company
and don't have quotas," he said. Several years ago it
was hard to get any company other than Citizen's to
write a homeowner's insurance policy, but now
options have opened up for homeowners. Bonus:
hurricane season just ended, which means there may
be more options for your home.
Jeff s team is so thorough about finding coverage
that the day we interviewed him for this business
feature, Bentley DeNight was featured on Bay News
9. Why? Because they managed to secure alternative
flood insurance for his customers through a company
that was not the federal government's program,
NFIP.
Jeff says that option, Lloyd's of London, "is more
cost effective for most people in expensive flood
zones. Additionally, it's an option which nobody ever
had," he says.
"We're always just trying to find products in this
crazy insurance market that benefit our clients," he
said. For example, they sell auto insurance, and they
offer Traveler's, Hartford's AARP Program,
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These are just some of the ways Bentley DeNight
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"I want to keep as many dollars in your pocket
from an insurance perspective," he said.
How can you take advantage of Bentley DeNight if
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them you want a "broker of record change". If they
deal with the company, they'll give you a form to
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more cost-effective insurance company.
They also sell auto, boat, renters, commercial, flood
and can write policies to insure jewelry, art,
antiques, or any collections you want to protect.
Give them a call today and see how many ways Jeff
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Wishing you a joyous holiday season!
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Insurance Services
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727-360-9240
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cessor of all who invoke your special patron-
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from the depth of my heart and humbly beg
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$850/Mo. & Deposit Includes Water, 1st, last
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plus $600 security. Includes W/S/G. Call 727-
452-5942.
TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reason-
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Mo. Call Rob 727-417-6915.


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345-8831.
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Jamison #605-.Iuxe... $96,000
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