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Gulfport detectives have yet to find the next of kin of a dead man found
just inside Gulfport city limits Monday morning. Detective Hanh Pham
told the Gabber that a teenage boy who went behind an assumed
vacant home at 4922 Newton Avenue South found a 58-year-old dead
black man. The man, Detective Pham told the Gabber, "appears to be
homeless." Police say the preliminary investigation uncovered no signs
of foul play.


Six Tons of Trash Collected
G From mattresses to doors,
the second quarterly "Junk
in a Trunk" event, held
bl this past Saturday at the
49th Street Neighborhood
SCenter, sent almost six tons
of junk 11,820 pounds
to the county's waste-to-
energy facility. Gulfport
Neighbors organized the
event; the City of Gulfport
supported it and agreed
to remove the trash at no
charge to residents or the
community group.
According to Gulfport
Neighbors vice-president
Margarete Tober, many of
the items didn't make it
to the junk heap because
other people snapped them
Photo by Doug Hudson up.
Gulfport police were also on hand
to answer resident questions and register bicycles. Typically,
bulk pickups cost residents $17 per claw grab of the city's
picker truck, but on Junk in the Trunk amnesty days,
See Junk, page 11


Former St. Pete Beach
Mayor Ward Friszolowski
took the oath of office for the
District Three commission
seat last Tuesday night on St.
Pete Beach. The commission
voted unanimously to appoint
the former elected official to
the seat vacated by outgoing
Commissioner Marvin
Shavlan, who sold his home
had to step down because
he no longer met the city's
residency requirement.
See Commission, page 6

Tips-Only
Transportation
Comes to
Gulfport?
Michael Audino presented a
plan to provide valet service
in Gulfport. Under this
plan, the valet service would
operate in city limits at no
cost to passengers.
"There's a need for enhanced
mobility here in Gulfport,"
he told council. Mr. Audino
compared the type of
service to that available in
Everglades National Park
and on St. Pete Beach,
See Transportation, page 3






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Transportation,
from front page
where low-speed vehicles not
unlike golf cars provide such
transportation.
"We view this as a partnership,"
between the City of Gulfport, the
Gulfport Area Chamber of Commerce,
and the Gulfport Merchant's
Association, Mr. Audino said. That
group would establish a non-profit
entity to operate the organization
but an independent contractor would
drive the vehicles and collect tips.
Citizens can ask questions such
as whether or not the golf cars will
allow advertising, who would pay the
liability insurance, total costs and
the city's share of such costs, and
how many cars would go into service,
will get answered at the February 6
workshop.
At that workshop council could
also consider the legality of golf cars
and learn whether Mr Audino's plan
includes street-legal golf cars or if
Gulfport would have to change the
law to allow cars. Currently Gulfport
only allows street-legal golf cars on
its roads, which differ from certain
types of golf cars.

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














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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!

Check out Corey
Fresh Market
Corey Fresh Market hosts an
average of 50 local vendors on
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wares
include produce, flowers/plants, arts/


crafts, specialty foods, live music
and special appearances. Come meet
photographer Laurie Ross from
1-3 p.m. who will sign copies of her
book Shop Dogs: A Photo Essay of
Dogs that Go to Work. The Corey
merchants are open during market
hours which makes this the biggest
shopping/dining venue in St. Pete
Beach on Sundays. Market is located
just off Gulf Blvd. in downtown St.
Pete Beach. Free admission and
parking. Visit http://www.coreyave.
com or call 727-498-8778.


MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR A HEALTHY ONE!
QUIT SMOKING USING HYPNOTHERAPY

People are often skeptical about hypnosis and its ability to aid in
smoking cessation. Because of my many years of experience
helping people stop smoking, I understand the skepticism.
First and most important is to understand that smoking is an
addiction. Popular media has informed us about the obvious ,
addictive potential of nicotine but not much is discussed about
the psychological part of this addiction.
Cigarettes find their way into the very fabric of everyday life,
becoming a part of so many activities. Habits are formed,
creating associative relationships to things like food and alcohol or even driving a car. Smokers
also learn to identify themselves with cigarettes, and after a while, it seems to becomes a part of
them. You must understand that psychological cravings are just as real as chemical ones.
Perhaps most importantly cigarettes become for most people part of a coping mechanism to try to
deal with emotional pressures like stress and boredom. There are much more positive ways to
learn to calm and feel better without replacing smoking with food and putting on weight. You can
learn how.
Recent publications tell us that our bodies eliminate the need for nicotine only a few days after we
quit smoking. If it was purely a physical addiction, we would be done with smoking after a few days
off the cigarette. But as most smokers know, the cravings usually continue when they try to quit
cold turkey far after those first few days are over. This is because of the psychological needs that
continue to drive the motivation to smoke.
This is where hypnosis helps. Hypnosis is an excellent tool for re-learning. By changing subcon-
scious motivations to smoke you will change the habits and associations that drive much of this
behavior. You can also learn new coping skills so that the cigarette is not needed during stressful
or emotional times. Dealing with both the chemical and the psychological addiction is the real key
to long term smoking cessation.
As you can imagine, with a smart plan and new tools and new attitudes about smoking, you can
learn how to change the habits and healthfully deal with the emotional strains of life free from
cigarettes.
Hypnosis is not magic, but it is a powerful tool. With professional help and understanding and if you
really want to quit and are willing to put in some effort and invest in yourself, you really can quit
smoking for life. ( October 2005, John Melton, C.Ht.)

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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
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-
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Council Gets First
Raise in 14 Years
Council voted 3-2 to give itself a
pay raise, the first such raise in 14
years. Vice Mayor Dan Liedtke and
Ward Two Councilwoman Christine
Brown voted against the raise.
Councilwoman Brown said she
regarded the position as a sort of
volunteer post, but outgoing Ward
Three Councilwoman Jennifer
Salmon pointed out that the amount,
amortized over the years since
council's last raise, did not amount
to a significant amount of money per
year.
The ordinance will raise council
pay from $600 per month to $850 per
month; the mayor will make $1,000
per month. Council last received a
raise by unanimous vote in 2000,
when the mayor's pay went from
$600 to $800. Earlier in Gulfport's
history, such raises went before the
voters for approval. The raise goes
into effect this coming budget year.







Sun Damage: Pre-Cancers


Actinic Keratoses (AK) are most
often pink or red crusty patches
found on sun exposed areas. Men
tend to get AK on the scalp, espe-
cially if hair is thinning, and we
often see these lesions on the
hands, faces, chest, and legs of
men and women in the areas of
sun exposure from the years
before they were thirty years old.
If left untreated, actinic kera-
toses can grow into Squamous
Cell Carcinoma (SCC), appearing
pink or red, volcano-like growths,
sometimes growing quickly.
Many times patients come in to
our office thinking they had been
bit by a spider, but they were
NOT!

A great analogy for actinic kera-
toses is to think they are weeds in
your lawn, where the lawn is
your skin. We have many meth-
ods to treat actinic keratoses, but
just like weeds, no matter which
method we chose, new ones often
arise. The goal of treating the AK
is to treat them early and hope-
fully prevent or delay their
progression into skin cancers.

There are several methods to
treat actinic keratoses depending
on the number of lesions, their
locationss, insurance restric-
tions, patient expectations, and
patient tolerance of potential
irritating treatments. Common
treatments include: cryosurgery,
photodynamic therapy (PDT),
and topical chemotherapy
agents.


Cryosurgery is a procedure done
in the office using a canister of
liquid nitrogen to spray each
individual lesion to be treated.
The spray itself is extremely cold
and can be painful, often creating
a blister on the treatment site
within 24 hours and usually
heals within 2 weeks.

Photodynamic therapy (PDT), or
the "blue light", is a treatment for
AK done in our office. The patient
is at our office for two hours and
must avoid sun exposure for at
least 48 hours afterwards. We
apply an acid called "Levulan
Kerastick" to the skin and let it
"incubate" for an hour prior to
placing the patient under the
"blue light" for 16 minutes 40
seconds.

There are now many topical
therapies to treat actinic kerato-
sis including 5- fluorouracil
(brand names: Carac, Fluoroplex,
Efudex, generics), Imiquimod
(brand names: Zyclara, Aldara,
generics), Diclofenac gel (brand
name "Solaraze"), and Picato
(Ingenol Mebutate). The advan-
tages to the topical treatments
are cost effectiveness and conve-
nience. The disadvantages are
insurance coverage, amount of
packaged medication, and poten-
tial irritation to treatment site.

The above treatments are an
overview of the more common
treatments used today to treat
Actinic Keratoses. This does not


substitute for you being evalu-
ated by your dermatology
provider and discussing all the
options.

Whitnie Saron, ARNP is a Board
Certified Nurse Practitioner and
Tampa Bay native. She attended
Florida State University with a
Bachelor's degree in nursing
followed by University of South
Florida with her Master's degree
in Nursing with Magnum Cum
Laude distinction while working
at Bayfront Medical Center in
the trauma unit. Currently she
works for Dr. Frank Armstrong,
D.O. at Dermatology Specialists
of West Florida in Seminole and
has over seven years dermatology
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Commissioner Friszolowski
will remain in the seat until the
March 11 election, at which time
District Three voters will choose a
new representative. The interim
commissioner is not in the running
for the seat.
Resident Deborah Schechner also
put forth her name for consideration
for the interim position, but some on
council expressed concern about her
involvement in litigation against the
city.

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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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Re: Hard Candy (Jan. 9,
2014 edition)
Dear Cathy: Thank you for
publicly thanking our President. If
more of the press (and politicians)
would acknowledge the fantastic
benefits of this act and put a tiny
bit of effort into helping it succeed
instead of tearing it apart---think
how many more Americans could
enjoy much better health and still
keep their savings account! I, for
similar reasons and more, join your
"Thanks to Mr. President". I'm sure
thousands more do too, we just won't
hear it in the "News".
Dave Falwell, Gulfport

Dear Cathy: I'm so glad that
Obama Care has worked out for you.
I truly am. However, that is not
the case for all of us in the public
sector.
I was living in Iowa with a great
job with great health insurance. I
lost that job and because it appeared
that I might have a better chance at


getting a job in Florida (I wasn't in
Iowa) and I have two brothers living
here, I moved. I have had so many
interviews and working interviews
however; there are so many people
looking for jobs that I have been
unsuccessful at getting one. Which
in turn means I have been without
employee-paid insurance.
I had Cobra for as long as they
would allow however; even then, that
cost me over $600.00 a month. Then
when I applied for individual health
insurance in Iowa I was denied by
some carriers due to pre-existing
conditions. I finally found one with
Humana that was short term for one
year at a little over $300.00 a month.
I could handle that amount but they
would not renew it.
I was hopeful when I heard about
Obama Care and that insurance
companies were not being able to
discriminate against us for pre-
existing conditions. However; my
current policy is costing me over
$600.00 a month again. I could
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All letters are printed and edited for length and content at the discretion of
the editors.
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The views and opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily
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$5000.00 a year deductible, however;
who has $5000.00 every year to come
up with FIRST (especially when you
are not working). I'm not eligible for
Medicaid so I must pay this $600.00
or be uninsured.
I don't consider this to be the cost
effective insurance Obama Care
made it soundlike itwas going tobe. I
have several pre-existing conditions
and as far as I am concerned the
insurance companies are STILL
using them to affect my insurance.
Oh sure, I can get insurance now
when maybe before I could not. But
how long before my money runs out
and I am forced to go on Medicaid or
worse yet become homeless?
T. Foley

Chicken Soup
Dear Editor: DISCLAIMER! No
Gulfport chickens were violated in
the writing of this letter!
Growing up in a small rural
Wisconsin town, we were often
treated with homemade chicken
soup made with loving care by our
mother. She was careful when
rendering the stock to ensure that
excess skin, fat and oddities were
skimmed or removed and then the
veggies, noodles and extras were
added. When it was served it was
full of aroma, flavor and taste... IT
WAS THE BEST!
It occurred to me last week (when
I read the Gabber's story about
Gulfport spending $20,000 on a
Clam Bayou study) that perhaps
Gulfport needs to follow this simple
recipe when it comes to the water
quality of our bay. Stop the trash
flow that runs into our 1,.i,..u 1i.i
from every street between 58th
Street to Quincy Street. Why would
you toss that much money into a pot
that we already know (from previous
studies) has been tainted by 100+
years of runoff? Going in to try any
clean up effort before stopping the
flow of trash would be like asking
the chicken to pluck, skin, and
render its own fat!
We want that fresh water, we need
that fresh water coming into the
bayou to keep the estuary alive, but
not in the condition that it's coming
in from Gulfport streets.
Kurt Zuelsdorf

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Junk, from front page
Gulfport residents with proof
of residency can bring any non-
hazardous waste to the 49th Street
Neighborhood Center and skip the
fees.
The Gulfport Neighbors also reaches
out to property owners in need. For
more information, contact Gulfport
Neighbors on Facebook at Facebook.
com/gulfportneighbors.

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
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.

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Wednesday at 1 p.m. and continue
weekly until the end of March. This
class is for those who know nothing
or almost nothing about Sudoku.
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.

Coffee Club
You're invited to join the Coffee Club
that meets at the Gulfport Senior
Center at 5501 27th Avenue S. on


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the economy and investing in a
relaxed, informal setting is a great
way to get to know one another as
you learn from financial advisor,
Scott O'Berry. Coffee and doughnuts
are provided.
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-
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Come down to Mangia Gourmet at 2930 Beach Blvd Sin Gulfport or call
727-321-6264 for more information. Try some of the freshest, healthiest
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ask questions, or voice concerns.., get involved! This will be a fun event
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Rosie's Bar Chili Cook-Off Meet and Greet for Paul Ray -
Candidate for Gulfport City Council Ward III
Sunday, Jan 26th 2pm 6pm
Rosie's Bar would like to invite you to a Meet and Greet Chili Cook-Off for Paul Ray. Call
727-215-9400 for details or to sign up. Come out to Gulfport's best dance and entertainment
venue and try some chili, listen to music, meet Paul Ray and enjoy yourself. Do people tell you
your chili is the best? Come and share it with us! Call to register, bring it down and let our Secret
Celebrity Judges decide or just stop by, try all of the entries, and judge for yourself. Meet Paul
Ray and share your views of the city and ask him about his. An informed voter is a wise voter.
Visit PaulRayForGulfportCityCouncil.com for more info.
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cramping, swelling, itching, or
numbness in your legs? Come out on
Monday, February 3rd at 2:30 p.m.
to receive a complimentary screening
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Must be a registered Gulfport Senior
Center member. Membership is easy
and free for all individuals 50 years
of age or older. Call Rachel at 727-
893-1231.

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. Call 727-
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WARD III


LOCATION;


Gulfport City Hall
2401 53rd St. S.
Gulfport, FL 33707

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Questions For Gulfport's Ward Three Candidates
Compiled by Cathy Salustri

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Gulfport Ward 3
Candidate



"Yolanda Roman
p ,_Gulfport Ward 3
Candidate


On March 11, voters will choose either Paul E. Ray (1002 Hull Street South) or Yolanda
Roman (5919 19th Avenue South) as their next representative for Ward Three. We asked
them both the same set of questions. You can read their unedited answers below.


What is your career?
Yolanda Roman: After
graduating from Chestnut
Hill College in Philadelphia,
I began my career as a
researchpharmacologistwith
Johnson & Johnson (J&J). In
the ensuing years, my career
transitioned into a variety of
sales and marketing roles.
After 28 years, I retired from
J&J as the National Director
of Advocacy Relations.
Upon leaving J&J in 2006,
Alkermes, Inc. approached
me to join them as a
Regional Director of Access
& Reimbursement. This is
my current position.

Paul Ray: Software
developer/engineer, former
software development and
consulting firm president
and owner of a restaurant.

How long have
you lived at your
current address?

PR: Three years.

YR: In April of this year, I
will have been in my current
home for six years.

Who else lives in
your household?

YR: Currently, I share my
home with my two dogs,


Duchess and Rocco, and
my newest addition, a
kitten named Maddy. My
children have lived here
and return periodically as
they transition from school
to their careers. My eldest,
Julian, after returning from
the Peace Corps; Jonathan
after graduating from
Florida State University;
and most recently, Jolie after
graduating from Florida
International University.

PR: Wesley, my other half
of 14 years with whom I am
married (in MA) and been
with for 14 years.

In 10 words or less
(we'll talk more
in depth in a later
interview), tell
voters why you
chose to run:

PR: Out of a commitment to
the city has adopted me.

YR: I am motivated and
possess the skills to serve
Gulfport.


Where is the last
place you lived
before Gulfport?
Why did you
move away from
that place?

YR: Prior to moving to
Gulfport in 2008, I spent
20 years in Laverock,
Pennsylvania, where I raised
my three kids. In February
2005, I purchased a vacation
cottage near Clam Bayou,
where I spent a considerable
amount of time from 2005-
2008. It was during these
years that I came to love
Gulfport.
When I purchased my
current home in Gulfport
in the spring of 2008, I had
two kids studying in Florida
public universities, and my
mother, brother and his
partner already living in
Gulfport.

PR: Jacksonville, Florida. I
came down to Gulfport with
Wesley, my other half, 14
years ago. He is originally
from Pinellas County, his
family is from St Petersburg,
and some of them have lived
in Gulfport over the years.
He took me to the downtown
of Gulfport and I fell in love.
The charm of Gulfport is
very reminiscent of Cape
Cod where I grew up, the
friendliness and openness of


thepeople, restaurants, views
from the beach, and of course
the weather. I determined
that day we would live here,
it just took me almost 10
years. The reason for leaving
Jacksonville is that we never
felt the same as we did in
Gulfport.

What in the city
most needs council's
attention?

PR: The sewer, water, and
storm drainage system.
Although the bayou came
to mind as well, the sewer
system is going to cost the
city more and more money
the longer we ignore it.

YR: The city budget is
the vehicle through which
council can have the most
impact. We must budget in
a fiscally conservative and
responsible manner, while
maintaining optimal city
services and amenities.

How many hours
a week do you
think it will take to
serve on Gulfport
city council?

YR: It is clear to me that
time requirements will
vary depending on the
time of year (e.g., budget
discussions) and/or the type
of issues before the council. I
completely understand that
as a council member I will
be required to come to all
meetings fully prepared to
engage in discussions, ask
questions and share findings
from my own research and/or
input from the community.
Regardless of the time
required, I am committed to
meeting this obligation.

PR: The conversations I have
had with the other council
members lead me to believe
that this will be a minimum
of 15 hours a week.


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Describe Gulfport
in three words.

PR: Quirky, accepting, artistic.


YR: Community.
Welcoming.


Diversity.


Would you have run for
office had the incumbent
(Jennifer Salmon) chosen
to remain in office?

YR: I decided to run upon learning
that the Ward III City Council seat
would be vacant.

PR: No. Had the Ward Three city
council member Jennifer Salmon not
announced her intent on not running
for re-election, I would not have
entertained the idea. I was mostly
pleased with her performance on
council.

What's the worst thing
about Gulfport?

PR: 49th St Corridor. This is not a
good first impression we leave people
with.

YR: Gulfport is an inviting city,
with many different attributes that
showcase our commitment to our
community. This comes in the form
of festivals, events and recreational
activities. Accordingly, the "worst"
thing about Gulfport is trying to find
the time to experience it all.
One of our greater challenges is the
work necessary to finally bring our
sewer systems up to date, in a timely
and fiscally responsible fashion.

What's the best thing
about Gulfport?

YR: The people! Gulfport is defined
by its vast amount of diversity.
This is exemplified by our various
cultures, the artists among us, our
youth, our retirees, and the many
visitors that come and enjoy our
hospitality. There is no other place I
would choose to call home.

PR: That's a hard one to answer, the
people come to mind, the restaurants,
the character, and the acceptance
is sometimes like an oasis in the
desert.

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Photo by Tiffany Anderson-Taylor
Elizabeth Neily explains the basics of knitting to Katie Anderson-Taylor. Ms.
Neily taught the Fab Kidlets class at Fab Fibers in the Art Village Courtyard.
Although the young Ms. Anderson-Taylor was the sole attendee, Ms. Neily
decided to continue the class anyway.
"Katie loved it and is all excited for next week's class," her mom, Tiffany
Anderson-Taylor said. Next week, weather permitting, the class will gather
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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


Meet the Candidale
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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.

Healthy Aging "Mindful
Consumption of
Food & Pleasure"
Heidi Crockett from Aging Care
Advocates, Inc. will be back at
the Senior Center on Wednesday,
February 5th at 1:30 p.m. to discuss
how to bring more awareness, joy, and
pleasure into normal daily activities.
Must be a registered Gulfport Senior
Center member. Membership is easy


"On City Council. I will work hard to keep Gulfport
moving in a positive direction. I pledge' to represent
ALL Gulfprfitiasy mandior i% rat diverse groups to
achieve our city goals. ;im hnIin ig Awvping our
streets, neighborhoods, recreational areas and
cnlnwuitirv .afI and desirable. These are the very
same values that drew me lo Guifporl. I i/l use my
skills lo make a difference when halucins the
demands for city services with responsible and timely
fiscal decisions. I will also reach out to businesses
as Ihey too, help orir city continue to move forward
MY COMMITMENT TO EACH GULFPORT
RESIDENT is to make a diffirte, .. advocate for
programs that hare you r values, quality of life and
demands for an even better and stronger Gutfport."
Yolanda Roman


and free for all individuals 50 years
of age or older. For more information,
please contact Rachel at 727-
893-1231.

Senior Excursions
in St. Pete Beach
The St. Pete Beach Community
Center has new Senior Excursions
on the schedule. The excursions are
a great way for local seniors to travel
with their friends and make new
ones! The new trips are as follows::
January 31st: Ringling Museum;
February 7th: TECO Manatee
Viewing Center; February 14th:
Florida State Fair; February 15th:
Sarasota Art Show; February 21st:
St. Armands Circle; February 28th:
Florida Strawberry Festival; March
7th: Dunedin Blue Jays vs. Tampa
Bay Rays; March 14th: Bok Tower
Gardens; March 21st: Winter Park
Art Festival.
All excursions will depart from the St.
Pete Beach Community Center, 7701
Boca Ciega Drive. Trip times vary.
All participants must pre-register by
the Wednesday prior to the excursion.
Each trip is $12 for residents of
St. Pete Beach and $15 for non-
residents. Cost covers transportation
only. All admission or lunch are
extra and the responsibility of the
participants. For more information
visit www.spbrec.com or call 727-
363-9245.


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Last Weekend to Catch
"Inlaws, Outlaws, etc."
If you haven't been to see the Players'
production of "Inlaws, Outlaws,
and Other People (That Should Be
Shot)" at the Catherine A. Hickman
Theater of Gulfport, you better get
your tickets ASAP if you plan on
attending. This very popular comedy
will run through Sunday, January
26th, but don't plan on attending
Sunday, since it's already sold out!
In fact, all of the Sunday shows have
sold out! The Gulfport Community
Players have a few tickets left for
the remaining Thursday, Friday and
Saturday shows. Curtain time for
these shows is 8 p.m. The Hickman
Theater is located at 26th Ave.
S. and Beach Blvd. in Gulfport.
Check out the Players' website at:
gulfportcommunityplayers.org for
a map showing directions to the
theater.
Tickets are still only $15, but the
Players advise you to use their will-
call phone line at 727-322-0316 to be
assured of getting tickets. If you do
use this will-call line, you must pick
up your tickets at least 30 minutes
before curtain time (7:30 p.m. or
earlier) the night of the performance,
or your tickets may be sold to others
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don't want to take a chance and wait
until the last minute to try to get a
ticket the night of the performance.
You most likely won't be able to.
The Players also advise people who
have already purchased tickets, or
have, or plan on using, the will-
call number, to arrive by 7 p.m. or
even earlier if possible. The Players
use open seating, so there are no
assigned seats. The inside doors
to the theater normally open 30
minutes before curtain time, but due
to the large crowds lately the Players
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at some of their performances. Also,
don't arrive late as a group and
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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
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Wed, Jan 29 6:30 7:30 PM


Awareness through move-
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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.


Gulfport Community
Garden News
Thanks to the enthusiastic bunch
who came to the first Gulfport
Community Garden Meeting!
Their next meeting is scheduled for
Sunday, January 26th from 1-3 p.m.
at the Community Garden, 5125
Preston Avenue S. (between 51st
and 52nd Streets S.). They will be
discussing an overall design for the
space and creating a wish list for
items needed. For more info email:
barbara.jean.28@gmail.com.



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Laura Duksa, South Pasadena:
"Not very well. I came from
Connecticut to get away from the
cold!"


Sarah Owens, Gulfport: "Coming
from Boston, I enjoy being able to
wear some of my cold clothes, and it
gives me the opportunity to snuggle
close to the one I love!"


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Country Gospel
Sing-a-Long
They are now meeting at Victory
Church of the Nazarene, 4401 58th
Street N. in Kenneth City. They
extend their deepest gratitude and
appreciation to Grace Connection
who opened their hearts and door
to host their ministry for a season.
Pastor Kelley is an amazing man of
God and a friend.





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17th Street & 29th Ave. N. N
1 St. Petersburg 345-7777
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Evangelists Charlie and Carol Reed
will be with them on Sunday, January
26th. This will be a great time of
refreshing and ministry. Please plan
on joining them at this time. It will
be a great evening of music and the
Word of God.

Shop the Thrift Mall
Pasadena Community Church
now has three stores at one location
(Pasadena Ave. and Second Ave.
S.). Hours are 9-1 Wednesday and
Saturday. The mall features three
rooms: one with clothes, shoes,
accessories and jewelry; one with
gifts, china, glasses, sporting goods,
children's clothes, toys and games;
and one with furniture, household
items, electronics, books and tapes.
Come visit and find that treasure at
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Metaphysical Community Church
1950 2nd Ave. No., St. Petersburg
Sunday Service 11:00 am
"The Eternal Spark"
Rev. Jesse Garnee
Sun: Reincarnation 12:30-3:30 PM
Mon: A Course in Miracles 7-9 PM
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A Warm and Friendly
Conservative Synagogue
OPEN DOOR HIGH HOLIDAY POLICY
1844 54th St. S. e Gulfport
727-321-3380 office
727-434-1143 cell
Sabbath Services 9:15 AM


Pilgrim Congregational
United Church of Christ
You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
.,, Nursery Available
i Adult Sunday School
.. .' .9:30 am
lli^ HBible Study
"W_'-g: zam Wednesday 11am
6315 Central Ave. 727-347-1226
www.pilgrimcongregationuccstpeteflorida.com
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"


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


St. Bartholomew's
Episcopal Church
Join Us For
SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunday 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 Pantry
Food Pantry is Open
1st & 3rd Sundays from: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
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Worship


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.

Church in the Afternoon
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For the second year, Paradise
Lutheran Church of Treasure Island
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on Saturday afternoon in addition to
its regular service at 10 a.m. Sunday
morning. The afternoon program will
continue through April 5.
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here on vacation or live in Florida all
year around. The church is located at
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ott+Ioroscope Guide


By Holiday Mathis
Lady Venus grows weary of coasting
backward and changes direction on
Jan. 31. To keep the peace while the
Love Goddess is in the power-aware
sign of Capricorn, avoid pointing out
the differences between the way men
and women think and behave. It's
dangerous to make generalizations
in this regard, but if you must, at
least avoid doing so publicly. The
new moon in Aquarius on the 30th
starts a fresh cycle.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18).
The understanding you seek may
elude you. Your best bet is to try to
explain yourself with as few words
as possible. If it can't be conveyed
like that, it's a sign that you need
to explore it more yourself. Deep
knowledge is more easily shared
than complicated concepts. Perhaps
you can get deeper.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). It's
easier to remember the unfortunate
things that happened than all of your
good luck. This is simply a survival
mechanism of the human mind
to keep us from repeating actions
that have negative consequences.
Counteract this instinct by
consciously remembering all of the
beauty you've known.
ARIES (March 21-April 19).
There is quite a lot you can't control
about the outcome of your days but
much more that you can. It's hard
to see those places of control all by
yourself. Someone with a different
lifestyle will, by example, show you
the points of choice that you are not
currently aware of.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Even
though you're a socially comfortable
person, you still feel yourself clam
up from time to time around certain
people you perceive to have a high
status level. This is an opportunity
for you to work on yourself. What is
it exactly you would have to know
about yourself to be comfortable that
you were on the same level?
GEMINI (.Inv 21-June 21). As
much as you'd like to know the logic
of your romantic choices, chances
are good there is no logic to find. As


William Shakespeare once wrote:
"Ask me no reason why I love you;
for though Love uses Reason for his
physician, he admits him not for his
counselor."
CANCER (June 22-July 22). This
week there are many reasons why
it is dangerous to revisit the past in
order to better understand the future.
For starters, it's difficult to discern
whether you are remembering what
actually happened, or are instead
creating a new version of what
happened with your memory.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Watch
carefully before you align yourself
with any person or side. The person
in charge is not the one you think it
is at first. Look past the superficial
and into the subtle cues. Here's a
hint: Power and wisdom are often
confused by the powerful, but never
confused by the wise.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your
attention might be pulled into
glitz, glamour and celebrity culture
this week. If you're going to idolize
someone, make sure it's for the right
reasons -- or at least ponder what
those reasons might be. As comedian
Fred Allen once said, "Hollywood
is a place where people from Iowa
mistake each other for stars."
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You
create yourself anew each day,
although some days it feels like
you're just doing it the same way as
you did the day before. This week,
you'll be aware that you don't have
to do that. If part of who you are
routinely being is not creating an
alive and awake kind of feeling, alter
that section of daily life.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Don't
judge yourself for being negative.
Those who are relentlessly and
unceasingly positive may not be
engaging in their environment
enough to be aware of what really
needs to be done. Handling the
responsibilities of life is often
difficult, and it's only human to go
through a range of feelings in this
regard.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Despite your efforts to make


the events of the week happen in
a certain way, they will happen as
they do. Your job will be to make
the most of it. Consider these words
from philosopher Albert Camus,
"You cannot acquire experience by
making experiments. You cannot
create experience. You must undergo
it."
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
When you have a great deal of
something you don't think about it
much. Love, money, work, talent,
knowledge, beauty and more ...
what are you focused on now? And
how might you think and behave if
you knew you already had plenty of
it? Experiment this week to move
toward the change you desire.
This Week's Birthdays: Aware
that there is more going on than
your five senses can detect, you
are on a spiritual quest this year.
Supernatural experience will become
the norm for you. Next month brings
a new influence to your world, and
you'll change your approach to a
problem that's plagued you for years.
Physical endeavors will be lucky in
May and you could improve your
health and fitness markedly. New
career goals relate to loved ones, and
mutual support will get you to the
desired accomplishment.

Music at Gulfport
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Monday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Harold & Donna alternating weeks
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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
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Entertainment Dorothy & Jim
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Ray & Ann, Entertainment
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Woody & his acordion, Music for
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Library Kicks Off
Expansion Fund-
Raising Campaign
The St. Pete Beach Library invites
the public to the kickoff for its
$700,000 fund-raising campaign to
provide a much needed 3,500-square-
foot addition and interior space
renovation. Event is Wednesday,
January 29th, 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the
Library, 365 73rd Avenue. Best-
selling Tampa author Tim Dorsey
will cap the evening with a preview
and autograph-signing of his 16th
Serge Storms' book, "Tiger Shrimp
Tango."
Architects from the Harvard-Jolly
firm will be on hand with renderings
andkeyinformation about the project,
along with Library Administrator
Phyllis Ruscella, City Manager Mike
Bonfield, other city officials and
library staff. A fund-raising brochure
with the renderings will be available,
with many naming and other donor
opportunities. First major funding
for the total $2 million project came
from the PPLC (Pinellas Public
Library Cooperative), which last
February awarded the city a grant
for $200,000 in capital improvement
funds for the Library Expansion/
Renovation project.
Ward Friszolowski of Harvard Jolly,
former Mayor and Library Advisory
Board Chair, noted that the added
space includes an entrance foyer,
expanded restrooms and a long
desired 75-capacity meeting room
that can be divided into two spaces
for the Library's and community's
many programs. Renovation plans
for the existing space include such
features as a new children's area
with more computers and seating, a
new 'storytime room' for the younger
set, more computers and seating for
the public, a more efficient overall
layout with a new circulation desk
closer to the new main entrance, a
better staff working area, a larger
Friends' Bookstore, a better display
for new collection materials -- books,
DVD movies and music CDs, and
more storage space overall.
Ruscella added, "The changing
needs of patrons drive the necessity
for repurposing our existing space
and extending the public areas and
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have active library patron accounts,
and on average, 100-plus new patron
accounts are set up each month.
Circulation reached a five-year high in
2012, averaging 16,500itemschecked-
out monthly. Similar increases
have occurred in programming and
resultant attendance. Computer
usage has reached a plateau, limited
by the number of public workstations
available."
The St. Pete Beach Library is
celebrating its 45th anniversary in
2014, and, dependent on anticipated
fund-raising success, the first phase
interior renovation project should
start before year-end.
The City has set up a separate
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Gulfport Health &
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Empower your mind, body and
soul on Wednesday, February 19th
between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. This is
day of healthy fun, free for all ages
at the historic Gulfport Casino.
Health screenings, interactive
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paint a scene of their choosing on the
wood.
Ms. Jasmin, a native Boston artist
who moved first to the Florida Keys
and then Gulfport, said she moved
to Gulfport because it reminded
her of the Keys. She offers her
class Tuesday afternoon marked
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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.

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.

Natural History
Speaker Series
Friends of Boyd Hill Nature
Preserve, Inc. presents the Natural
History Speaker Series. On Tuesday,
February llth at 7:30 p.m. at Boyd
Hill Nature Preserve, 1101 Country
Club Way S. in St. Petersburg they
willpresent "Florida's Ocean Habitats
and The Natural History of Florida's
Oceans". Find out what coastal ocean
habitats are really like and how they
have changed over geological time.
The programs feature a diverse
range of speakers on Florida natural
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Gulfport Lions
Pancake Breakfast
The Gulfport Lions Club will hold
the third Pancake Breakfast of the
season on Saturday, February 1st
from 7-11 a.m. They hope you will
join them for all you can eat pancakes
served with sausage, scrambled eggs
and tea or coffee for a donation of
only $5.
These fundraising events allow
them to continue their support for
various projects, many on the local
level, such as eyeglass cases and
Little League. Some of the projects
are farther reaching like Paws for
Patriots which supplies guide dogs
for blind veterans. These are things
they are able to do only because of
your help.
The Lion Den is on beautiful Boca
Ciega Bay. The address is 4630 Tifton
Drive S., right behind the Gulfport
Marina. They hope to see you there
and thank you for your support.

Gulf Beaches
Historical Museum
Annual Fundraiser
Please join them for a special
evening of exceptional entertainment
at St. Pete City Theatre on Thursday,
January 30th. Enjoy a social hour
with hors d' oeurves and beer/wine
starting at 7 p.m., followed at 8 p.m.
by a highly celebrated live musical
performance that will transport you
to 1890's New York City.
Get your tickets now for this special
command performance. Tickets are
$25 and are available only at the
Museum Gift Shop, 115 10th Ave.,
Pass-a-Grille, St Pete Beach. Call
727-552-1610. Hours of operation
are Thursday Saturday 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. and Sunday 1-4 p.m.
Your ticket purchase directly
benefits the Museum. It is rare that
a museum offers free admission
these days. Gulf Beaches Historical
Museum always was, and plans to
be free to all! The Museum is totally
managed by local volunteers and is
supported by the non-profit "Friends
of the Museum", an organization
whose financial help goes toward
the acquisition, preservation and
exhibition of the historic collection.
Funding is obtained through its
membership, donations and proceeds
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The Cat Haven Offers
New Adoption Site
Now you can adopt a cat in the
comfort of the Cat Haven's adoption
room where you can sit on a sofa and
get acquainted with different cats.
Save Our Strays, Inc. has opened the
Cat Haven as a comfy retreat for adult
cats that are seeking a second chance
for a forever homes. Conveniently
located in Pinellas Park near 49th
St. N., the Cat Haven is presently
open for scheduled appointments.


Call 727 871-0888 and let them know
what you are looking for. Examples
include Bobbi Sox and Walter;
twin Tuxedos; Shelly, a 9-month
old Tortoiseshell lap cat; Misty, an
affectionate medium haired brown
and white Tabby; Paisley, a 1-year old
Calico/tabby mix; and Oreo, a black
and white sweetheart. These are just
a few of the adult felines available.
All Save Our Strays cats have been
spayed/neutered and tested for feline
diseases. They are current on their
vaccines and are microchipped. SOS
features many cats on its website
saveourstrayinc.com.


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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.

Open Call for Flash
Fiction and Nonfiction
Trace Taylor Publication invites all
Gulfport and surrounding Pinellas
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
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manuscript
* Multiple submissions allowed
Simultaneous submissions
(submitted to more than one
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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.

Depression Era Glass
Show and Sale
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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Help Send the Band
to New Orleans
Lakewood High School's Jazz Band
has been invited to perform at the
Crescent City Jazz Festival in New
Orleans later this year. They will
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.
They've earned it, let's send them!
If anyone would like advance tickets
they can email spartanband@yahoo.
com, call the band director, Mr.
Kernodle's office number at 727-
893-2916, ext. 2186, or use his
contact email kernodlem@pcs.
org. Tickets will also be sold at the
school's front desk next week.

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 call Nick
Miller, at 727-424-1810. Visit www.
usps.org/localusps/bocaciega.

Gabber January 23 -January 29, 2014


Excerpts heard at the January 21, 2014

Gulfport City Council Meeting


Public Comment

& Council Quotes


"We all know business is thriving in Gulfport." Michael Audino, as
part of his presentation to get a valet service, powered by golf car-type
devices, started in Gulfport.

"This is the second year in a row we're an 'A' school." Ward Two
Councilmember Christine Brown

"We increased our attendance by over 50%; by eight o'clock, before
we even opened, we had people standing in line."- Gulfport Neighbors
Vice President Margarete Tober, about this past Saturday's Junk in the
Trunk event.

"I'm negative on spending $10,000 for flags."- Vice Mayor Dan Liedtke,
about the costs for city flags

"I want my fire department to have a mule for special events." -
Ward Two Councilwoman Christine Brown, about special equipment for
the fire department instead of money spent on city flags

"Ican argue it at anytime, that's fine."-Ward Four Councilman Michael
Fridovich, about discussing spending money for city flags in March

"I'll put volleyballs on the flags." Ward Four Councilman Michael
Fridovich, about spending money on city flags

"This is one of those rare times in life where I'm going to lose but
I'm still going to get a raise." Vice Mayor Dan Liedtke, who opposed a
raise for council

"I just thought I would ask first, but you're the rebel over there."
- Ward Two Councilwoman Christine Brown, about legwork on getting
Gulfport a sister city. Ward Four Councilman Michael Fridovich had already
contacted an agency that helps cities find sister cities; Councilwoman
Brown broached the subject Tuesday night not realizing this.

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ACTIVITIES County, Inc. and the
Open Gym/Gameroom- Mon.-Fri., 10:30 a Certificate of Eligibi
a.m.-2 p.m. and Tues & Thurs., 7:30-9 p.m. Contact the Early Le
Annual reg. $2 res/$22 non-res. Pinellas County, Inc. a
PROGRAMS tions or call the Recres
2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR CHILD 1068 for more details.
CARE PROGRAM- Ongoing registrations 2013-2014 TEEN N]
for the 2013-2014 School Year Child Care Ongoing registration:
Program continue for children who are Teen Night Program ci
entering Kindergarten thru age 14. Non- middle school to age 1
refundable annual registration fee is $17 a great place to hang
for residents and $22 for non-residents, friends. It provides re
Program hours are until 5:30 p.m. with activities. It also offers
extended hours available until 6 p.m. for cooking projects, guesi
an extra charge. Hours of registration are vice projects. The tee]
Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. nasium, gameroom an(
2013-2014 TOT TIME PROGRAM On- gram hours are Mon.,
going registrations for the 2013-2014 Tot Annual reg. $2 res/$22
Time Program continue for children ages NEW CLASSES Int
3-5 years old. The Tot Time Program is a a class? Call John at
pre-school, hands-on program for children BeVolley Academy
ages 3-5. The program aims to make learn- 6696 for more informant
ing fun for children and helps prepare them site www.bevolleyacad
for Kindergarten. Two, three and five-day Chair Yoga Fri.,
monthly options are available. Program at 727-345-0679
hours are from 8:30a.m.-12:30p.m. Hours NOVICE Conver
for registration are from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon4:15-5:15 p.m. C
Monday-Friday. A non-refundable annual 2125 for more info.
registration fee of $17 for residents and Advanced Beginn
$22 for non-residents. Proof of residency is Spanish Mon 3 -4 p
required for Gulfport residents. 482-2125 for more info.
2013-2014 VPK (Voluntary Prekin- Fencing Wed., 4:3'
dergarten) PROGRAM- Ongoing regis- estier at 823-0922.
trations for the 2013-2014 VPK Program German-Thur. 6-7
continue for children who live in Florida at 755-3459.
and who turn 4 years of age by September Gymnastics Thur
1st. The program aims to make learning Barbara at 804-9400.
fun for children and helps prepare them Hatha Flow Yoga A]
for Kindergarten. Program hours are from Call Valerie at 557-425
8:30a.m.-12:30p.m. Parents must apply at Hatha Flow Yoga F
the Early Learning Coalition of Pinellas p.m. Call Tamara at 51

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Please visit the Circle of Friends Book- 7:30 pm. FMI, call 727
shop at the Library Women's AA Club: Fri
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS FMI, call 893-1073.
One-on-One Computer Instruction: Adventures in Ancest
Monday ONLY 10:00 am-l:00 pm. First 4:00 pm. Lynne Brown
come, first served, to research your family':
Beginning iPad Class: Thursday, Jan. 30, ogy. Call 893-1073 FMI.
1:00 3:00 pm. Learn how to both enjoy and SCORE Counseling: I
benefit from your new technology. Pre-reg- & helpful advice from e
istration required. Sign up at the Reference professionals the fourth
Desk or call 727-893-1073. month. Call 893-1073 F
Intermediate Digital Camera: Saturday, appointment.
Jan. 25, 11:00 am 1:00 pm. Build on your AARP Income Tax A
skills with Cathy's guidance. Completion of & Fridays, -t4 -t.n Feb
Beginning class is prerequisite to attend In- pm. TAXP, ,. 1-.S MU
termediate class. Pre-register at the Refer- SECURITY CARDS F(
ence Desk or call 727-893-1073. LISTED ON THEIR
ADULT/ALL AGES PROGRAMS PICTURE ID, AND AL
Victors' Support Group for Victims of CORDS SUCH AS W2
Sexual Abuse: Mondays, 6 6:45 pm. FMI, come & credits, & a cops
call 727-637-4331. if available. Free Elect
Free Thinkers Open AA (Twelve Step) able at all sites. FMI, ca
Meeting: Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45 pm. FMI: Coffee/Talk Book Cli
Call 727-360-9069. 11:00 am. **Note new
Gulfport Prompt Short Story Writers: Dharma Bums by Jack
Wednesday at 10 am. & light refreshments.
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Diane at 459-1399.
Stretch-n-Tone- Tue. & Thurs., 9-10
a.m. Call Jean at 727-302-1016
Tai Chi Tues. & Thurs., 9-10:15 a.m.
Call Marge at 345-6708.
Tennis Tues., 5 p.m. for 10 & under,
& 6 p.m. for adults & Fri. 5pm for Juniors.
Call Jack at 280-4276
Urban Survivor Bootcamp Fitness -
Tues., 6:15-7:15 p.m. & Thur. 6:30-7:30
p.m. Please call Donnie Ali-McClendon @
727-550-7185.
Walking Club- Thurs., 9 a.m.- Noon.
Call John at 893-1079
Women's Self-Defense Thur., 6:30-
7:30 p.m. Call Donnie Ali-McClendon at
727-550-7185.
* Yoga in the A. M. Wed., 9-10 a.m. Call
Valerie at 557-4258.
* Yoga in the P.M. Wed., 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Call Tamara at 512-2763.
Zumba Tues., 6:30-7:30 p.m. Call Ra-
chel at 419-905-5562 for more info.
TOMLINSON SKATE PARK
As of October 1st, ALL skaters/bicyclists
MUST purchase a new City of Gulfport
Skate Park sticker to use the City of Gulf-
port's Tomlinson Skate Park. Stickers
MUST be visibly placed on the helmet. An-
nual fee for stickers is $5 for residents and
$10 for non-residents. Also, all skaters/bi-
cyclists 17 years of age or younger MUST
have a signed parental consent form filed
at the Gulfport Recreation Center which
is located at 5730 Shore Blvd. S. Availabil-
ity to register: Monday Friday, 9 a.m.-8
p.m. Stickers valid from October 1, 2013 -
September 30, 2014. Bicycles permitted on
SUNDAYS only.


550X 28th Ave. So. 893-1074
or fax 344-6386
875. Circle of Friends of the Gulfport Library.
5:45 -6:45 pm. Please call 893-1073 FMI.
esdays, 2:00- CHILDREN/FAMILY PROGRAMS
ts you on how Science Club: Mondays, 3:00 4:00 pm.
ry and geneal- Children in grades K-5 are invited to join
us as we build our own creations with Legos
Jan. 28, FREE and try a new experiment every week! Par-
nced business ents are welcome to join in on the the fun!
sday of every Storytime: Join Cailey every Thursday
to schedule an morning for stories & activities selected for
toddlers & preschoolers. Sing songs, play in-
rice: Mondays struments and meet other caregivers in the
:00 am 2:00 community. Thursday, 10:30-11:00 am.
ING SOCIAL Free Family Movie Day: Sat., Feb. 15, two
L PERSONS movies, starting at 10:30 am and 1:30 p.m.
RETURNS, A Join us as for this popular monthly program.
TINENT RE- Enjoy flicks with popcorn provided by our
9'S, other in- Circle of Friends. For movie titles, call 727-
t year's return 893-1074.
iling is avail- TEEN PROGRAMS
893-1073. Teen Game Zone: Wednesdays, 3:00-4:30
urs., Feb. 20, pm. Come challenge your friends on the lat-
Discussion of est XBOX 360 games or just hangout. Free
ac, over coffee Refreshments. FMI, call 727-893-1073 & ask
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Senior Center


The Gulfport
Multipurpose Center
hours are Monday -
Thursday 8 a.m. 7p.m. and
Friday from 8 a.m. 4 p.m.
This month's calendar is out
with valuable information.
Stop by the Senior Center
or download your copy at
wwI' III' IIp...I.us and
click the Senior Center
link. Like us on Facebook at
"Gulfport Senior Center and
Foundation."
The Gulfport Senior
Center Pantry is open on
Tuesday and Thursdays
from 1 -3 p.m. You must
be over 50 and a Gulfport
resident. Pre-qualification
is also needed before use
of the pantry. Please bring
your Gulfport Picture I.D.,
a utility bill and proof of
income. See Rachel at the
Center or call 893-1231.
Do you know someone
who lives alone and
could use a friendly check
in call? Volunteers for the
Reassurance Telephone
Program call Gulfport
seniors every Monday
through Saturday between
7:30 8:30 a.m. To sign up
for this program, please visit
the Gulfport Senior Center
and bring valid I.D.
SPECIAL EVENTS
HCA Health Talk "Chat
with a Pharmacist" As
we get older, we take more
and more prescription and
over 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 pm,
bring your medication list
and go over everything
you are taking with this
St Pete General Hospital
pharmacist- she is trained
in Medication Therapy
Management and will
determine if there is a risk
for drug interactions and
discuss possible less costly
options.
Premier Vein Institute
Educational Seminar
and Screenings Do you
have aching, fatigue, pain,
cramping, swelling, itching,
or numbness in your legs.
Come out on Monday,
February 3rd at 2:30 pm


to receive a complimentary
screening and learn about
venous diseases.
Coffee Club NEW DAY!
1st Tuesday of every month
at 10:00 am. Coffee and
doughnuts are provided by
Scott ( I as you discuss
current events, the economy,
and investing in a relaxed
setting.
Healthy Aging "Mindful
Consumption of Food &
Pleasure" Heidi Crockett
from Aging Care Advocates,
Inc. will be back at the Senior
Center on Wednesday,
February 5th at 1:30 pm to
discuss how to bring more
awareness, joy, and pleasure
into normal daily activities.
1st Friday Flea Market -
Friday, February 7th, 9:00
am 12:0 pm. You never
know what treasure you
might find at the 1st Friday
Flea Market.
Monthly Memory
Screening Clinic 2nd
Monday of every month,
9:00 am- 12:00 pm. Peggy
Macaluso with Alzheimer's
Association will be at the
Senior Center offering FREE
and confidential memory
screenings as well as
information to our members.
MUST call and schedule
your screening.
Movie Day at the Snack
Bar Tuesday, Feb. llth
at 11:00 am. Watch a FREE
movie and get a great deal
on lunch for $3.00!
SPECIAL SERVICES
This is your Center!: Sign
up today to enjoy all the
classes and events offered at
the Gulfport Senior Center.
Ask Rachel to give you a tour!
Pick up a copy of the monthly
schedule at the Senior
Center or online at www.
gulfportseniorfoundation.
org. The Senior Center
currently offers 55 monthly
classes for residents over 50
to choose from. Membership
required. Senior Center
registration is easy and free.
G.E.M.S. Gulfport
Extended Mobility
Service: Affordable
transportation for Gulfport
residents 55 and over as
well as disabled under 55.
$65 annual membership. $2
per ride and your ride to the
Senior Center is FREE!. Go
to the mall, grocery store,
doctor's appointments and


;01 27th Ave. S.
more. Call 727-893-2242. Sn


Gulfport Getaway-To FL
Holocaust Museum on Tues.,
Feb. 11th. You do not need to
be a GEMS member. Call GEMS
at 727-893-2242 to reserve your
seat by Feb. 5th GEMS Member
$13, non-member $15.

NEW FITNESS CENTER
SCHEDULE: Monday -
Friday, 8a.m.7 p.m. Friday:
8:00 am 4:00 p.m., Annual
sign up for the Fitness
Center is an affordable $25 a
year or $40 a couple. Stop by
the Senior Center and take
a tour of our state of the art
fitness facility.




HICKMAN
THEATER
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5501 27th Ave. So.
893-1070
Gulfport Community
Players present a
holiday comedy
"INLAWS, OUTLAWS
and Other People (That
Should be Shot)"
Jan. 23-26
Thurs.-Sat. 8pm
Sun. matinee 2pm
Tickets $15 available
at Gulfport Casino,
Beach Bazaar, the
Gulfport Chamber of
Commerce, Couture'd
Resale Boutique or
call 727-322-0316

SUNSATION SHOW
CHORUS
Sat., Feb. 1, 2pm
"Gershwin, Porter
& Friends"
Tickets $15 available
at Casino

"RAT PACK"
Together Again
Sun., Feb. 2, 7:30pm
Tickets available
at Casino


893-2237
ack Bar: Bring a friend to the Senior
iter and enjoy a light breakfast for
y $2.50 or lunch for only $3. Or
er a boxed lunch-to-go by calling 893-
'9.
pport Groups
ibetic: on Mondays at 9:30am
regivers: Every Wed. at 12:30pm
aring Loss: 1st & 3rd Mondays at
Spm
ual: 2nd & 4th Mondays at 2 pm
ef/Loss Sunnort Groun. 2nd


Monday at 5:30 pm
MoreActivities:
gulfportseniorfoundation.org.


WWW


Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-1070
Faith Cathedral International Church:
9:30am, Sun.; 4th Sun. Bible Study
Overeaters Anonymous: Sun.
6:15-8:15pm



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893-1070
ELLIS HALE'S BAND
Ballroom & Social Dancing
Sun., Jan. 26 & Feb. 23, 6-1 Opm, $7

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

MARIO DELEON'S BAND
Ballroom & Social Dancing
Sun., Feb. 2 & 16, 6-1 Opm, $7
WEEKLY DANCES
Every Tuesday
Ballroom Lessons
Noon-1 pm Beginners
1-2pm Intermediate
2-3pm Dancing
Argentine Tango
7-11 pm, $7
7-8pm Lesson,
8-11 pm Dance
Every Wednesday
Swing Dance
6-7pm Bonus Lesson
7-8pm East Coast Swing Lesson
8-11 pm Swing Dance, $7

Every Thursday
Salsa Dance
6:30-8pm Beg. & Inter. Lessons
8-1 Opm Dance, $7


Gabber January 23 -January 29, 2014


5!







Local Obituaries -
BROWN, LEONA DORA, 80, of
Gulfport, formerly of Baltimore, MD,
passed away on Sunday, January 19,
2014. She was preceded in death
by her parents William Heuer and
Catherine Grimmison, two sisters,
Alice and Carolyn and a brother
William. She is survived by her
daughters Debra and her husband
John Kollias of Town Shores, Kathy
Sariscak and her husband Joe of
Severna Park, MD, and Karen
Behringer and her husband Roger of
Las Vegas; and a son, Kenneth Brown
and his wife Darla of Jacksonville,
FL. She also will be missed by her
grandchildren, Traci Eagles of Olney,
MD, Karl and Joseph Behringer of
Las Vegas, Lauren Kollias of Town
Shores, Dalton Brown of Jacksonville;
two great grandchildren Carter and
Cara Eagles, both of Olney, MD; a
sister Edna Lahman of Baltimore;
and her Goddaughter Tammy
Anstine of Dundalk, MD. A memorial
service was held in Leona's memory.
Donations may be made in her name
to the Autism Society http://www.
autism-society.org/. Visit the family's
personalized online Guestbook at
www.alifetribute.com.

GORRIE, ROBERT E., 86, of
Gulfport, died Tuesday, January 14,
2014 in Pinellas Park. He graduated
from Auburn University and served
in the Merchant Marines. Bob was
an avid fisherman and loved the
Keys and the local waters. He will
be missed by many, especially his


faithful dog Mart. Donations in
Robert's name may be made to the
American Cancer Society. A Life
Tribute, Gulfport.

SCHOELLER, ROBERT F. "BOB",
81, of St. Peters Beach, died Jan.
10, 2014. Survivors: 4 daughters, 9
grandchildren, brother and sister.
Funeral Mass, St. John Vianney
Church, Jan. 31, 10 a.m.

IN MEMORY
ROSE MARIE L. POLEDRI






10-30-1949 / 1-25-2013
It has been 1 year since I lost you,
the eternal love of my life. Your love
for me completely changed my life.
Because of you I've known love. You
were my wife, partner, friend, lover,
my joy in life. We were one and
nothing in this world will ever replace
this loneliness I feel inside. Words
cannot explain this emptiness in my
soul. The Lord took you home, but in
my heart I know that... If tears could
build a stairway, And memories a
lane, I would walk right up to heaven
And bring you home again. Until I
see you again my love, sleep in peace
sweetheart.


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will premier on February 1-2 at
North Straub Park in St. Petersburg.
Watch the grounds of the Museum
transform into a unique outdoor
gallery showcasing the extraordinary
artwork of more than 100 top
national and international artists.
The St. Petersburg Fine Art Festival
showcases the original artwork of
artisans from 25 states and overseas
in such mediums as painting,
jewelry, sculpting, photography,
woodworking, ceramics, glass, fiber
art, mixed-media and more. These
are among the most collected and
awarded artists in America.
Witness an incredible tapestry
of artwork woven by the diverse
creations of artisans that are masters
of their art mediums. Discover a
variety of sculptural forms from
large articulated outdoor animal
sculptures, life-like fiber sculptures
of African wildlife and exquisite
glass wall hangings. The tapestry
of artwork is enhanced with unique
digitalflower imagery, elegant leather
purses and handbags interwoven
with unique, amazing ceramic art
and stunning wildlife photographs.
Also find extraordinary handmade
clothing and elegant jewelry.
Enjoy the rare opportunity to meet
and interact with the artisans. Learn
how specific artwork pieces were
made. Artists are onsite Saturday
from 10-5 and Sunday from 11-5.
Admission is free. Call Bill Kinney
at 941- 487-8061.


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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 ovation.
The second upcoming show is
appropriately named "Gershwin,
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


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American art form, spread from the
"deep south" to U.S. cities such as
Kansas City, Chicago, Saint Louis.
Performances are April 27th at
3 p.m. at Pinellas Park Performing
Arts Center and May 3rd at 2 p.m. at
Hickman Theater of Gulfport.
Pinellas Park Performing Arts
Center is located at 4951 78th Avenue
in Pinellas Park and the Catherine
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located at 5501 27th Avenue S. in
Gulfport.
Tickets at both theaters are $15
for one show; $25 for both shows.
Group tickets are $12. For tickets at
Pinellas Park call 530-7190. Tickets
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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, One 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
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Focusing on the
Wrong Things
he number of unemployed
workers (now at 6.7 per cent) is
not the issue. The issue is the
number of people working which is
at its lowest point since 1978 (62.8).
If the normal number of people
rejoined those looking for work, the
unemployment rate would be a point
higher. More people working, of
course, would be a huge boost to the
economy, but the number working
continues to decline or remain flat.
In the meantime, 6.3 per cent of
men are unemployed and 6 per cent
of women. The white unemployment
is at 5.9 per cent; black, 11.9 per
cent; Hispanics, 8.3.; Asians, 4.1; and
teenagers 20.2. These statistics come
from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
and are as of the end of December.
These make good material for arguing
for more aid to the unemployed in
unemployment benefits. Though
already extended from the normal 26
weeks (one half a year) to 99 weeks
(nearly two years), many are arguing
for a continuation.


That sounds fine, but some contend
that there are studies showing that
extending benefits is an incentive
not to grab whatever job that can
be had and starting the personal
recovery. This is combined with
other studies showing that the
longer not working the less desirable
the worker becomes. Those may be
valid, but are statistics and difficult
to apply individually. When applied
to individual cases, the arguments
for termination of benefits become
more difficult.
Thus, the government talk is
about extending benefits, increasing
minimum wage, and solving the
problem ofpayinequality. Increasing
minimum wage, which again sounds
humane, does put pressure on the
job providers because not only do
the lower, usually temporary, wages
go up, but those on the next rung
expect an increase, too. The teenage
unemployment rate is unlikely to
drop and might increase. As for
solving the pay inequality problem,
a growing work force and a vigorous
economy helps in the middle ranks
and capping salaries or government


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dictated caps can ruin an economy.
Research wage controls.
So, we're back to the real issue. How
to createjobs. No onejust createsjobs,
but certain steps can be taken. One
would be to approve the oil pipe line
project from Canada to the U.S. Gulf.
This has been on hold and President
Obama apparently has no intention
of approving it although it helps jobs
both here and in Canada. Another
step would be to stop the attack on
the coal industry. This is killing jobs.
Not only that but increased federal
paper work, referred to generally as
regulations, is stifling job creation.
This does not necessarily mean
lifting environmental and safety
regulations, but speeding up the
processes needed for approval.
Along that line, I would normally
(believe it or not) favor a major
government stimulus program
related to infrastructure. However,
the one bill put forth a few years ago
was so mammoth, so complicated,
so filled with handouts and political
favors, that it would have made the
Affordable Care Act (DemoCare)
implementation look like a cake
walk. Besides, as discovered, there
are no "shovel ready ,"'i.." i-". Part
of that problem is that it takes years
to approve the shovel. So, unless we
can clear away the morass of paper
work and regulations, aswellas more
narrowly focus the infrastructure
projects, such a bill wouldn't have an
effect for another ten years.
In the meantime, DemoCare
is stifling jobs. The confusion,
vagueness, costs, known and
unknown, the 30 hour benefit level,
and exemptions for some and not
others, and overall thousands of
pages of regulations and controls,
some not yet written, are all drags
on job creation.
Government now appears to be
focusing on controlling as many
aspects of the economy as it can,
putting in place certain protections
and guarantees regardless of the
immediate or long term negative
effects. All this under the mantra
that federal government knows
best and we should just take our
medicine. It might hurt for a few
more years, but it is good for you. In
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IAmerican Legion Activities


Post 125
6440 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 347-6085
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ih n On Breakfast Buffet Lunch Served
LunchKitchen Open Southern Knights Band 8:30-11am No Lunch Served Lunch 11-3 11am-3pm
Lunch Served 11-2pm 7-11pm S.A.L. hamburgers and Euchre 1ppm
11am-3pm Dinner 4:30-6:30pm hot dogs 12-3pm Ron's Karaoke 7pm Bingo 6pm
Ron's Karaoke 7pm 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 available at the Post Thursdays from 9am 12 noon to offer assistance.
Join us for a Super Bowl Party. Food served 7:30. Bring covered dish. Drink specials during game.






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6999 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach 367-1596
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Bar Bingo Fish & Shrimp Steak Dinner Sports & Pizza Bucky Burgers SAL Mtg.-6pm Wednesday Dinner
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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 1/10
Animal Call- 5000 BIk 26th Ave. S.
Domestic- 5200 BIk 27th Ave. S.
Domestic- 5900 BIk Pelican Bay PIz.
Domestic- 6000 BIk Kipps Colony Dr.
E.
Juvenile Trouble- 57th St. & 17th Ave.
S.
Vandalism- 5300 BIk 7th Ave. S.
Vandalism- 2700 BIk 53rd St. S.
Saturday 1/11
Accident with Injuries- 49th St. & 8th
Ave. S.


Armed Person- 49th St. & 12th Ave.
S.
Burglary Residence- 2900 BIk 51st
St. S.
Burglary Vehicle- 1000 BIk 49th St.
S.
DUI- 58th St. & 23rd Ave. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 55th St. & 19th Ave.
S.
Shots Fired (Heard)- 1700 BIk 60th
St. S.
Vandalism- 2700 BIk 53rd St. S.
Sunday 1/12
Animal Call- 5000 BIk 26th Ave. S.
Animal Call- 15th Ave. & 55th St. S.
Burglary Residence- 5200 BIk 29th
Ave. S.
Burglary Vehicle- 1600 BIk 53rd St.
S.
Burglary Vehicle- 1700 BIk 54th St.
S.
Disturbance- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Domestic- 4900 BIk 31st Ave. S.
Drug Call- 31st Ave. & 50th St. S.
Person Under Influence- 5500 BIk
Tangerine Ave. S.


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Trespass- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Trespass- 5100 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Monday 1/13
Vandalism- 5600 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Assault/Battery- 1800 BIk 50th St. S.
Burglary Residence- 2100 BIk
Premier Dr. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 5400 BIk Shore
Blvd. S.
Disturbance- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 17th Ave. & 52nd
St. S.
Theft- 2200 BIk 49th St. S.
Theft- 2900 BIk Dupont St. S.
Tuesday 1/14
Trespass- 5700 BIk 16th Ave. S.
Vandalism- 5600 BIk Newton Ave. S.
Animal Call- 53rd St. & Tangerine Ave.
S.
Assault/Battery- 5600 BIk 19th Ave.
S.
Juvenile Trouble- 1800 BIk 55th St.
S.
Wednesday 1/15
Theft- 5300 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Disturbance- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Disturbance- 11th Ave. & 55th St. S.
Domestic- 5000 BIk 25th Ave. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 3200 BIk 55th St.
S.
Robbery- 5000 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Thursday 1/16
Vandalism- 5500 BIk 16th Ave. S.
Burglary Residence- 5700 BIk 21st
Ave. S.
Burglary Vehicle- 1000 BIk Freemont
St. S.
Disturbance- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Domestic- 1500 BIk 52nd St. S.
Domestic- 5100 BIk 24th Ave. S.
Domestic- 1500 BIk 52nd St. S.
Structure Fire- Shore Blvd. & 56th St.
S.
Fraud/Forgery- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd.
S.
Fraud/Forgery- 2500 BIk 54th St. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 1000 BIk 60th St.
S.


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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.


Pasta Night

Monday

S$6.00 p/p


Art Festival Beth-El continues to
grow in popularity and now attracts
over 8,000 people from Tampa Bay
and the surrounding areas. Call the
Temple at 727-347-6136.

Catch a Jazz Concert
The Suncoast Dixieland Jazz
Society will sponsor two outreach
concerts in February:
On Thursday, February 6th, and
on Thursday, February 20th, Bobby
Tess and the Dixie ('Ii.,, 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


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Friday
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January 17,24,31


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Meet Anne Frank's
Step Sister
Spend an historic evening with
Anne Franks stepsister and
childhood friend, Mrs. Eva Schloss
of London, UK on Monday, February
10th at 7:30 p.m. at The Palladium
Theatre, 253 Fifth Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg. Learn from the past, live
the present and look to the future.
For tickets visit www.ChabadSP.com
or call 727-344-4900.

Struggling to Make your
Mortgage Payment?
The worst thing you can do is
do nothing! Neighborhood Home
Solutions (NHS), a HUD-approved


non-profit agency, provides free
help for those experiencing financial
hardship due to unexpected expenses,
reducedhours or decrease in business.
Contact NHS to get on the right path
to real help and real answers.
Neighborhood Home Solutions is
located at 1600 Dr. M. L. King Jr.
Street S. in St. Petersburg. Call 727-
821-6897, email to admin@nhsfl.org
or visit www.nhsfl.org.

Polish American Society
The Polish American Society,
1343 Beach Drive SE (next to
Coast Guard commissary) will be
open with live bands on Sundays
through May 4th. Doors open at
1:30 p.m. with music from 3-6 p.m.


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Bring family and friends and support
Polish heritage. You will meet all
nationalities. Kids are welcome!
For more information call Bev
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Become A Lifeguard
Become a certified lifeguard.
Participants must be 15 years or
older and must complete a pre-test
in order to continue in the class. The
pre-test consists of treading water for
2 minutes using legs only, swimming
300 yards without stopping and swim
20 yards, surface dive and retrieve a
10 poundbrick from bottom, resurface
and swim back to the starting point
and exit pool. Cost is $160 residents/
$180 non-residents and registration
will begin February 2nd. Session
I dates: February 15, 16, 22, 23;
Session II dates: March 15, 16, 22,
23; Session III dates: March 24-28.
Check out www.spbrec.com or call
727-363-9245 for more information.


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Learn about Sustainable
Landscaping
Interested in learning more about
creating sustainable landscaping?
Sign up for the "Landscaping for
Life" series of classes starting on
February 4th. Classes will be held on
Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
at the University of Florida/IFAS
Extension located at 12520 Ulmerton
Road, Largo.
Pre-registration is required and
the series costs $35. Register online
at http://pinellascountyextension.
org. For more information call 727-
582-2100.

Town Shores
Red Hatters
The Town Shores Red Hatters'
annual breakfast meeting is
scheduled for Wednesday, January
29th in the lounge aat 9:30 a.m. with
a continental breakfast being served.
The date of the 28th that had been
discussed was not available. Dues
for the year will be collected. New
residents and renters from Town
Shores are welcome to attend.
Upcoming for February is the
monthly Bunko game on the 7th at
1 p.m. and a PSTA bus trip to Tarpon
Springs is being planned for the 25th.
Check your bulletin boards for more
information.

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
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and has donated many thousands of
dollars to local organizations.
The GMA is also committed to
supporting art in the Gulfport
community andhaspreviouslyfunded
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
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The Gulfport Community Players
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at 7 p.m. on February 3rd jand 4th
(I..nIIl.ny and Tuesday). This play
will run at the Hickman Theater for
three weeks, from April 3rd through
20th. It will be directed by Richard
Rosen, produced by Eileen Navarro,
and choreographed by Rose Mallare.
"Stepping Out" is a delightful
comedy about an amateur tap dance
class preparing a routine for an
upcoming competition. Winner of


the coveted Olivier Award, this play
reflects on and celebrates the joys and
frustrations of amateur performing
arts production.
Most cast members do not need
to be able to tap dance or have a
"dancer's body" in order to earn a
role in this production. Candidates
must be able to display a competent
degree of coordinated movement,
rhythm, and the ability to follow
simple choreography. The cast and
the characters playing them both
learn to tap dance together.
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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.
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If you love the fresh bread at Gulfport's Tuesday Fresh Market, nothing we say here will
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bagels.
Kurt Schliebner, a former marine and professional sales manager and consultant, has I
"failed miserably at retirement." After retirement a few years ago, he volunteered at Bay
Pines Veterans Medical Center as a way of giving back before turning his discipline and business acumen to bread.
Several years ago, he told then-Fresh-Market-organizer Daniel Hodge he thought someone should sell bread at the
market. Daniel turned to him and said, "Well, you're someone." With that, Kurt joined the Tuesday morning ranks.
"I've always been involved in Gulfport. I live in Maximo but I spend all my time and money here," he says of his decision
to enter the Fresh Market. He doesn't work at any other markets, preferring instead to concentrate on Gulfport. He prides
himself not only on the quality of his breads but that his customers know they can count on him.
"I have never, ever missed a Tuesday. Even when the market gets canceled because of bad weather, I show up," he says.
"Seventy percent of my customers are regular, repeat customers. I've established a very nice relationship with most and
have made lots of friends."
After years of building a client base, Kurt sells out every Tuesday; his regulars know to come early for the best selection
(the market opens at 9 every Tuesday morning.)
Kurt generally has at least eight different bread selections, but he always starts his Tuesdays with olive and herb, asiago,
rye, baguettes and multigrain. His best seller? Far and away the olive and herb. If you want to try it, get there early he
sells out every week. Although he could certainly sell his breads at other markets, he chooses to sell only at Gulfport's
Tuesday Market.
"I choose not to do any more. I like Gulfport. This is fun," he laughs.
"I have a great quality product, and people know that I'm always there. Consistency helps a lot," he says, but he credits
his customers with his success, too:
"I want to thank all of my customers for four years of loyalty," he said "You have all been very good to me."
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Treasure Island Art
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By Luba Robinson
Treasure Island Art Guild members
open their winter Community Center
show featuring Madeline Kirby,
Joseph Walles, Susan Walsh, Geri
Winston, and Gay Womack through
February 26th.
"Capturing a moment in all its
glory" is the mantra of fine artist
Kirby, as evidenced in her pastels.
She immerses the viewer in "Calm
Evening" with a masterful display
of visual poetry. Experience the
stunning reflections of Florida's
pristine "( 'i. --...\ i/Ik.i River".
Discordant blue green waves
breaking over umber rocks give
us "California Surf'. "Palomino"
expresses the beauty of its golden
coat and flowing white mane.


Photography artist Walles turned
a childhood hobby into a career that
sees the world in a unique way.
"Shooting in black and white distills
an image to its structure, which
is expressive in itself' as reflected
in "Beach Chair". High contrast
compositions enhance silhouettes
in "Waltz the Night Away" and
"Caribbean Saloon". "Happy
Hour, South Beach" without the
distraction of color, gives the viewer
an emotionally charged time of day.
Talented artist Walsh, not lacking
inspiration to paint, attempts to
simulate the bold shapes and bright
colors of Matisse in acrylic abstract
"In the Courtyard". Lyrics of
songwriter Richard Harris "someone
left the cake out in the rain" gives
breath to watercolor i, A\i'itlI'
Park". She prefers abstracts but
delves into other techniques with


mixed media "Dragonfly" and a
delightful "Whimsy".
The work of self- taught watercolor
artist Winston finds itself bathed
in the pure pleasure of "expressing
oneself' and having "fun" in the
process. As watercolor is uniquely
challenging, she successfully allows
the light to shine through her
medium's transparency in "Heron
in Hiding" and "Water Over Rocks".
Luminous color welcomes a sunlit
day for "Potted Plants". A "Peaceful
Scene" invites the viewer at days'
end to just "be".
Enter the oil painting world of artist
Womack, whose Impressionistic style
gives us exciting brushwork and
freshness in "Pelican Point, Maximo
Park" and "Inlet, Boca Ciega Bay".
To compliment the tranquil setting
of "Sundown on Pass-a-Grille Beach"
soft pastel hues calm the spontaneity
of her style. In shifting gears to an
experimental mode, "Study" evolved
into an abstract of colorful forms
superimposed over a portrait.
The Treasure Island Community
Center is located on 106th Avenue
just east of Gulf Blvd. Call 727-
547-4575.

Lithuanian-American
Club Lunch
The Lithuanian/American
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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 cepelinai (grated potato
meat dumplings) served with bacon
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"Doggie Daiquiris" and Broncos/
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and Jello-O shot treats for humans
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directly to Gulfport's Get Rescued,
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in Gulfport.
Gulfport's Get Rescued is one of
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participating non-profit rescue
groups. Animal rescue organizations,
many appearing with adoptable pets,
take over Beach Blvd. to raise money
and awareness for their causes.
Enthusiasts can become involved in
Gulfport's Get Rescued by sponsoring
an individual animal rescue group for
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Committee members Joan Barry, Bernice Auger and Chairwoman Jan Hauser with Guest
Speaker Lisa Trunzo, from Hannah's Homeless.
The first meeting of the year of the Gulfport Women's Club hosted Lisa
Trunzo from Hannah's Homeless program. This program distributes clothing
and staples to any homeless person in need. Committee members dressed as
if they were homeless. A simple lunch of a chef salad and rolls was served at
tables decorated with used newspapers, a can of soup and disposable table
ware.
Members were encourage to bring much needed socks and toiletries which are
in demand. Lisa was also presented with a monetary donation.
GWC is a not for profit organization helping the seniors and schools of the
area. They encourage new memberships which are $25 a year. Please call Joan
at 345-5443 for more information.
The largest event is the Annual Cards and Games which will be held in
the Town Shores Auditorium on February 5th from 1 to 4 p.m. Dessert and
beverages will be served. Anyone wishing to attend may bring a brown bag
lunch if desired. It is open to the public. All donations collected will be awarded
as small grants to the area schools. For tickets or information call Chairwoman
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American Stage
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its six Mainstage productions, their
30th Anniversary with American
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the Starfire Dancers. Starfire holds
a National Title for dancers both by
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Fred Clausen of St. Pete Beach
who organized "Forever Young"
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for the audience and dancers and
helping those not as fortunate" said
the shows in February will benefit
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thousands over the years for this and
other local charities Clausen added
while entertaining audiences in the
Tampa Bay area.
Tickets which are $15, are available
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with the supportive community which
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Personal property of the following tenants
will be sold for cash to settle liens in
accordance with Florida Statutes Self-Storage
Facility Act, Sections 83-801-83-809:
Jones, Natalie W. Unit #78
Haynsworth, Sandra L. Unit #435
Contents may include household furnishings,
clothing and personal items.
Spare Room reserves the right to bid on
contents. Sale to be held at 12:30 pm
on Friday, February 14,2014 at:
Spare Room Mini Storage, Inc.
4311 34th Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711
727-866-9357
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that John Ferrante, sole
owner, desiring to engage in business under
the fictitious John Ferrante Enterprises located
in Pinellas County, Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Division of Corpora-
tions, Florida Department of State, pursuant to
section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes.Janu ray
23,2014


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

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- St. Michael, the Archangel, Defend Us In
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ness and Snares of the Devil. May God Re-
buke Him We Humbly Pray; and Do You Oh
Prince of the Heavenly Host, By the Power
of God, Thrust Into Hell Satan and the Other
Evil Spirits Who Prowl About the World For the
Ruin of Souls. Amen. St. Michael, I Resort
to Your Protection and in My Faith, Offer This
Light Which Shall Burn Every Tuesday. Com-
fort Me in My Difficulties and While Lodging in
the House of Our Savior Intercede for Me and
My Family That We Will Be Able to Hold God
Close to Our Hearts and Be Provided for in All
of Our Necessities. I Beseech You, to Have
Infinite Pity in Regard to Favors I ask of You
(Name Them) So That I May Be Able To Over-
come All Difficulties as You Did the Dragons
at Your Feet. Our Father (Say 3 Times). Hail
Mary (Say 3 Times). Glory Be (Say 3 Times).
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cession and Each Tuesday a Candle Shal
Be Lighted and a Copy of This Prayer Lft in
the Church to Help Another Soul in Distress
and Support the Devotion to St. Michael. This
Miraculous Saint Grants Everything, No Mat-
ter How Difficult, Before the Termination of 9
Tuesday. G.B.

MAYTHE SACRED Heart of Jesus be adored,
glorified, loved, and preserved throughout the
world. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us.
Blessed Mother, pray for us. St. Jude, worker
of miracles, pray for us. Say this prayer for
nine days, nine times a day. Then publish this
prayer. ThankYou, Jesus. L.E.

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$450/wk. 617-513-9605.
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Imagine waking each morning to this
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Additional features of this 3BR/3BA 3-Car
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Fenced yard has built-in kitchen and 16ft covered bar, slate patio, newer deck
w/jacuzzi and pergola, fire pit and huge side yard. Oversized 2-car garage,
2-car carport.
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J Also Available: 4 Town Shores 2BR units available, 3BR, 2BR & 1 BR Condos on
Shore Dr, South Pasadena. Steal of a deal 3/2 home on 2 lots. Call for details.


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727-492-7643


NEW FOR SALE
Avalon #201- 2BR/2BA, deluxe end unit, shutters, carport................................................... $99,000
Kenmore #607. 1BR/1 BA, standard Coming soon! As-is .................................................... $54,900
FOR SALE
Diplomat #104- 2BR/2BA, open bay views, carport............................................................ $154,900
Jamison #210. 2BR/2BA, standard floor plan, carport......................................................... $95,000
RENTALS 55+
Hampton #205- 1 BR/1 BA, deluxe waterfront, carport, steps to heated pool on Bay.
Winter rental 181 days ......................................................... OFFERED AT $1100/mo
Embassy #311- 2BR/2BA, deluxe condo, unfurnished.................................... ANNUAL $1200/mo
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NEW LISTING!! 2025 50th Street South
Solid concrete block house with 2 bedrooms, two baths, open floor plan,
new berber carpet, fresh paint, screen lanai, one car garage, new storage
shed, fenced back yard, new security system. Only $155,000
See this TODAY!


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Great opportunity to own a nice little Gulfport
duplex that needs some TLC for a great price! Both
units are currently rented! Looking for a good
project? Roll up your sleeves and dig right in and you
will always have these units rented! Great value!
Just across the street is a very convenient Gulfport
storage facility too. This duplex is easy to rent and
not far away from the business district of Gulfport.


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