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No. 2365 June 12 June 18, 2014 Heroes on Beach Save Boys LifeBy Cathy Salustri It was a god-ordained experience, Anna Gleana says of how her son Adam (pictured) and Cindy Dabill and Cindy Bayes came to be in place to help save a young boys life on Gulfport Beach Saturday. Of her son, she says, Hes the best kid ever. Adam Gleana and his mom usually head to Gulfport Beach on the weekend, but when they arrived this past Saturday and saw the Aquamania crowds, they headed further See Hero, page 5 Gulfport Goes to the Beach By Cathy Salustri Aquamania seized Gulfport Beach Saturday. The now-annual event started with a local news channel capturing a kitten on a paddleboard. The day progressed from there, and by midday Gulfports beach had throngs of people taking a swing on the Goofy Golf course, waiting to dunk local celebrities or watching rubber ducks race. The day ended with the third annual Recycle Regatta, won by sailor Russ Matter. Now in its third year, the Gulfport Area Chamber of Commerces celebration of Gulfports waterfront See Aquamania, page 38 Harbormaster Prevents Fuel SpillBy Cathy Salustri Gulfport Harbormaster Denis Frains recent move back to Gulfport likely kept 500 gallons of fuel out of Clam Bayou, Boca Ciega Bay, and the Gulfport Municipal Marina. At 6:30 in the morning on Friday, June a boat sinking in its slip. Frain, who moved next door to the marina this spring, opened his door and knew he had to act quickly. I smelled fuel, so I grabbed the boom and the oils sorbs, he said. The trawler, a 1981 Hardin 42 called Prairie Star, belongs to Lee and Cliff Stapella. Frain says the Stapellas had been preparing the boat for a trip and had just See Sunk, page 3

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 3 Sunk, from front pageput 500 gallons of fuel on board. The Florida Department of Environmental Protections (DEP) and the US Coast Guards Marine sinking and determined Frain had appropriately contained the spill. The Stapellas may still receive a citation, Frain says. In instances like this, even if its an accidental sinking, the owner will get boat owners now purchase fuel spill insurance. Frain says Boat US raised the boat the same day and towed it to Salt Creek. quick actions. early, I was able to prevent a major fuel spill in the marina, he says. Just two days prior, Gulfport Police noticed a boat listing and boarded the vessel to see if there was anyone on to raise the former houseboat and tow it into the marina. Gulfport staff also called the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) check for a fuel spill. Once all the agencies arrived and prepared to raise the boat, the boat owner showed up and refused assistance. He attempted instead to pump out the partially sinking vessel with the help of a friend, but his attempts failed and the boat sunk. From what I understand, and I dont know if this is the truth, it was being salvaged for usable parts when it sank, Frain says of the boat, which still remains on the bottom of Boca Ciega Bay. Gulfport has marked the location with a buoy as a warning to other boaters. The city will monitor the owners actions, and take appropriate action as warranted, Gulfport City Manager Jim OReilly told the Gabber. Gulfport Neighbors Area Cleanups Gulfport Neighbors invites Gulfportians and their friends and family to participate in its popular monthly Gulfport beach and area cleanups scheduled for Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. on June 15, July 13 and August 10. Orientation at Shelter 4 on Gulfport Beach will be followed by a two-hour cleanup. If you are looking for an activity where you can get outdoor exercise and meet interesting people while reducing the pollution in our waterways and the litter in our community, this event is for you. Please bring what you need for sun and bug protection and wear good foot protection and support. Water will be provided. Acoustic Jam at Gulfport Library Bring a guitar or acoustic instrument to the library Monday, June 30 from 5 to 7 p.m. for an informal jam session. Meet other musicians and exchange musical know-how in a fun and relaxed setting. As always, its free! Questions? Call Alex Hooks, librarian, at 727-893-1073.

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4 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Sign Up for Summer Reading Program Attention parents! Its not too late to sign your child up for the Gulfport Librarys Summer Reading Program. They have a whole calendar of weekly fun events for kids and teens. The K-5th grade program meets Mondays from 3 to 4 p.m. The teen program meets Wednesdays from 3 to 5 p.m. Call 727-893-1133 or cklasson@ mygulfport.us. Chamber of Commerce Networking MixerBy Lynda Shehan Your Gulfport Chamber joins with Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce to welcome one of Gulfports business icons, Maddy Guenthers Bo-Tiki, to their membership on Thursday, June 19, from 5:15 to 7 p.m. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at Bo-Tiki at 5:15 with the networking mixer to follow at 5:30. This unique evening will allow our business members and the members of the Beaches Chamber to meet and network. Hopefully this will be the local chamber to reach out to the surrounding communities. If your business would like to sponsor a networking mixer, please call Bob Newcomb at 727-344-3711. Havent joined the Chamber? Visit our website at Gulfportareachamberofcommerce. org and join online. The Chamber also wishes to thank the Gabber for their support in printing these press releases. Ready, Set Sewers! Gulfport City Council voted to enter into a contract with consultant Cardno/TBE (Tampa Bay Engineering) for replacement. Cardno/TBE will evaluate the citys sanitary sewer system. This evaluation will cost just under $1.5 million and does not include repair or replacement costs. Council will resume the discussion at the June 17 workshop. Watch the Gabber for notice of the meeting time.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 5 Hero, from front pagewest than usual. Russ Matter decided to enter the Recycle Regatta, and he headed down to the beach a few hours before the event. Cindy Dabill and Cindy Bayes had other plans, but their son, Steve, wanted to go Beach. If any of those things had happened differently, it might have cost a threeyear-old boy his life at Saturdays Aquamania. Gleana, 11, was in the water near other kids when he noticed a younger moving. A few older boys were closer but didnt want to walk through the sea grass, so Gleana went to the boy and rolled him over. I went to go get him and an adult came, he said. Thats when Matter stepped in. He pulled the boy out of the water and brought him to the beach, where Dabill and Bayes a paramedic and RN, respectively checked his vitals. The child had no pulse and wasnt breathing, so they began twoperson CPR. Gleanas mother, Anna, called 911. The 911 operator wanted a cross street, but the St. Petersburg resident wasnt sure, so she asked the operator to tell the responders she was west of the Casino. Gulfport Fire Department was in the parking lot in case of an emergency, but because of the crowds, couldnt hear shouts for help. The place was packed, Bayes said. Once the 911 operator understood where the boy was on the beach, she took over from Dabill and Bayes. By the time they loaded the child onto the ambulance, paramedics say he was conscious and recognized his babysitter. First responders brought the boy to All Childrens Hospital. He was released Sunday. His mother has asked that the media disclose neither her identity nor her sons. The stars aligned, Fire Chief Jim Marenkovic said of the four people who helped save the boy. Marenkovic, along with Gulfport City Council, will recognize Adam Gleana, Cindy Bayes and Cindy Dabill at Tuesdays 7 p.m. council meeting. Marenkovic tells the Gabber he would like to honor Matter as well, but as of press time, had not heard back from him. Contact Cathy Salustri at CathySalustri@theGabber.com.

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6 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Check Out These Florida Wildlife Artists Tampa Bay Watch is thrilled to be working with local artist Bill Castleman to present Bay Life: featuring Eight Distinguished Florida Wildlife Artists June 13 to 14 at 3000 Pinellas Bayway S. in Tierra Verde. These highly acclaimed artists will be showing a wide the beauty and complexity of our natural surroundings, and they are generously donating a portion of all proceeds from art sales to support the mission of Tampa Bay Watch. During their cocktail preview from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, June 13, theyll enjoy an artist talk by special guest Paul Ladnier, Professor Emeritus of Fine Art from the University of North Florida. The exhibition is on Saturday, June 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is open to the public. Contact Jean Hynes at 727-867-8166 ext. 234, or jhynes@tampabaywatch. org.Finalists Set for St. Pete Police Chief St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman St. Petersburg Chief of Police on Thursday, June 5. They are St. Petersburg Assistant Chief Melanie Bevan; Goodyear, Arizona Police Chief Jerry Geier; Montgomery County, Maryland Police Captain Terrence Pierce; and New Haven, Connecticut Assistant Police Chief Thaddeus Reddish. After much feedback and deliberation, I have selected these four names as potential candidates to lead our police department, Kriseman said. Public safety is job one for me, and choosing the right person to lead our men and women who keep us safe every day is one of the most important decisions Ill make as mayor. A common theme I have of the community, and my own team with respect to a new police chief was leadership I believe these four candidates embody that leadership. I look forward to introducing these candidates to our police personnel, and to the citizens of the Sunshine City. An opportunity for St. Petersburg residents, business owners, and police scheduled later this month. Find resumes for each candidate (as the cut) online at theGabber.com.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 7 The City of Gulfport Celebrates Flag Day Flag Day commemorates the 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. To the original members of the Continental Congress, red stood for hardiness and valor, white for purity and innocence, and blue for vigilance, perseverance This special and moving event is held Friday, June 13 at 10 a.m. at Veterans Park on the corner of 54th St. S. and Shore Blvd. S. in Gulfport. This event is free and open to the public. The City of Gulfport and the American Legion Post 125 will host a very moving Flag Day ceremony by proper ceremonial burn. Ward 4 Councilmember Fridovich will perform opening ceremonies and Vice Mayor Christine Brown will close this special event. Special guest vocalist and former Broadway singer and author Victor Helou will perform. For more information, please call Gail Biron at 727-8931118.Get Your Blood Sugar Checked Its important to know your numbers. Get your numbers checked at the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th Ave. S. in Gulfport on the second Thursday of every month from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Blood sugar screenings are provided by The Springs at Boca Ciega Bay. 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 727893-1231. A Summer Dinner Dance The historic Gulfport Casino Ballroom and Tampa Bays premier dance band, Maggio Total Sound is hosting a Summer Dinner Dance on Saturday, June 14 at 6 p.m. and all are invited! The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a one-hour dance lesson instructed by the wonderful and talented Theresa Moore. You will have a choice of two delicious entrees of authentic Tampa Cuban food catered by Del Rios Caf: roast pork or baked chicken. Both include yellow rice, black beans, Pepe salad, Cuban bread and homemade desserts. Buffet opens at 6:30 p.m. for those not attending the lesson and 7 p.m. after your lesson. Buffet dinner tickets are $15 a person and can only be purchased in advance. Dance tickets are $12.50 or $15 at the door. The Casino will have a cash bar available. Dance the night away with Maggio Total Sound to 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s dance favorites. Rock, disco, funk, oldies, classic love songs and more from Sinatra to Santana. The dance cost is $12.50 per person advance only ($15 at door) or reserve a table of eight for $100/ reserve a table of 10 for $125 (all reserved tables will be front row at Maggiototalsound@yahoo.com or call Dave Maggio at 727-8045325. Advance tickets available at the Gulfport Casino 727-893-1070 and Gulfport Beach Bazaar 727381-8548. Limited availability.

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8 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Lets Have a Parade! The city of Gulfport welcomes you to join the Friday, July 4th parade! They take pride in a long tradition of welcoming many local businesses, organizations, family and friends. Register now for the July 4th celebration. Registration is easy with the online interactive form at mygulfport.us. Go to events, upcoming events and click July 4th link. You will see a tab marked parade. Fill your information in and save to your computer and send to gbiron@mygulfport.us. Dont have a computer? Stop by City Hall at 2401 53rd St. S. and pick one up and return to our customer service personnel. The link is also posted on the city of Gulfport weekly email newsletter. If you are interested in receiving weekly information on city sponsored events and news, please email gbiron@mygulfport.us and add newsletter in the subject line. For more information, contact Gail Biron at 727-893-1118. IACG Offers Youth and Group Experiences The Industrial Arts Center of Gulfport (IACG) has expanded its opportunities for learning and experiencing glass blowing, as well as other art forms. As it continues its series of Hot Date Nights for adults, the IACG has added four summer Uber Crafts Camps for youth. Groups are also encouraged to arrange for their own hot glass event. With a new furnace and new schedule of events, the IACG is moving toward an event-focused method of sharing the ancient art of glass-blowing. The IACG is located at 5437 29th Ave. S., just off Beach Boulevard in Gulfports Alley of the Arts. Led by master glass blower and resident artist Owen Pach, the IACG team includes artists experienced in hot glass art, as well as metal forging and sculpture. For more information and to register for any event, call 727-623-4920 or visit IndustrialArtsCenterGulfport.org.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 9 Clam Bayou, Take Two Gulfport City Council voted unanimously, at Ward One Councilman Dan Liedtkes suggestion, to delay any decisions about Clam Bayou, including whether or not to pay a consultant just over $72,000 to perform a study of Clam Bayou, including a title search and historic creating a management plan for the bayou. City staff created a request for of creating such a plan. Only one company responded to the RFQ, which some council members criticized as too restrictive. A member of council at the time we discussed this thought it would involvement with the city of Gulfport or other parties associated with Gulfport, Mayor Sam Henderson said. This request, made by former Ward Three Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon, meant that any company that worked with any agency that worked with Gulfport could not bid on the project. Such agencies include the state, the state water management districts, and Gulfport businesses, Tampa Bay Estuary Program, Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, Gulfport residents and city staff. I am a little concerned that we did only get one bid back, Ward One Councilman Dan Liedtke said. Ward Three Councilman Yolanda Roman agreed. Its just not a smart idea not to have comparables, she said. Ward Four Councilman Michael Fridovich said he would like to put the job out to bid again and Vice Mayor Christine Brown said she would like to extend the bidding in a less restrictive way. Brown encouraged council to still perform a title search, which would establish legal ownership of the land under the water in Clam Bayou. Any land belonging to private property owners would not legally be eligible for work paid for with government funds, according to City Attorney Andy Salzman. While council tabled the decision meaning they took no action at Tuesday nights council meeting they did discuss how to proceed in a way that would not cost taxpayers $72,000 for preliminary steps. The mayor suggested that the city budget money for baseline sampling for the water and the sediment and monitoring after the city completes the separate 49th Street stormwater If were going to spend $72,000, Id rather spend it getting a baseline sampling plan before the 49th Street project is complete and then do a round of sampling after the completion to measure our progress, he said. Seniors Chat Room Join others as they experience table topics with the Gulfport Senior Centers Chat Room every Friday at 1:30 p.m. The Center is located at 5501 27th Ave. S. in Gulfport.

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10 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Letters When Race is Irrelevant Dear Editor: I'd like to comment on Cathy Salustri's article "Gulfport Police Nab Bike Thieves", (June 5, 2014 edition). She writes "Gulfport Police have arrested two white men..." The race of the victims are not stated. Unless the crime was racially motivated it is irrelevant what the race of these men were.David ShinerMany Thanks to Senior Center Volunteers Dear Editor: The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center Foundation wishes to thank Ms. Anne Pemberton and Ms. Lynn DiVenuti for their many hours of volunteer services to the organization. Center participants will miss seeing you around the center, and having the opportunity to talk to you both. Ms. Pemberton has been a devoted computer class instructor teaching both Level 1 (Beginners) and Level 2 (Intermediate) classes at the center since last year. She developed each class, and used past lecturing experience to be sure all information was passed on to the students as outlined. Professional experience in management and procurement Letters to the Editor Please keep letters to the editor as brief and to the point as possible. Letters must be typed in upper and lower case on plain white paper or emailed to publisher@thegabber.com. One letter per author every four weeks. All letters are printed and edited for length and content at the discretion of the editors. The Gabber encourages and welcomes all letters. The views and opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent the views of the publishers, staff or advertisers. before retirement enabled the ten replacement Toshiba laptops for students. Her insight into hardware, software, internal and external systems added to the quality of the students' learning experience. It was enhanced in her presence because of her competent delivery of information, and willingness to give one-on-one assistance when needed. Thank you Anne! Ms. DiVenutis volunteer efforts as the treasurer for the foundations board of directors were equally impressive. Last November Lynn stepped up without hesitation when health issues forced the foundations three months. Lynn made sure the bookkeeping chores were done which allowed all other day-to-day foundation work to move forward without delay. Ms. DiVenuti was instrumental in developing the budget, helped to oversee operations of the snack bar and willingly helped plan fundraising events for 2014. Her optimism and eagerness for the foundations mission and its continued success will be sorely missed. Thank you Lynn!Jane Ogilvie, Executive Director The Gulfport Multipurpose Sr. Center Foundation Gulf Beaches Historical Museum is looking for volunteers to assist with operations. Share your experience, learn a new skill and meet interesting people. Come with a couple of friends or bring your whole family. A variety of opportunities include event planning, display and decorating, computer skills, website and internet knowledge. They also need help with fundraising, grant writing and public relations. Call 727-552-1610 or lpeters7@ tampabay.rr.com. Tour Barbara Gilberg HabitatBy Natalie Leggette Join me for a tour of the park on June 25 at 10 a.m. and learn if your trees are ready for hurricane season. Bring pen and paper to take notes. Barbara Gilberg Habitat is located at 1600 Pasadena Avenue next to the electronic billboard on Shore Drive. Meet Natalie in the pavilion. Take a Safe Boating Class There will be an About Boating Safety (ABS) class on Saturday, June 14 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. (approx.) at the USCG Auxiliary Training Center Building, 3120 Miriam Street S. in Gulfport (use the side entrance). Cost is $40 per student and includes all books and materials. Upon completion of the course the student will receive a card from the state of Florida. For reservations or questions call 727399-7986.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 11 Special Pride Night Fundraiser Suncoast Squares, a local not-forspecial event in conjunction with St. Pete Pride this year. Join them on Tuesday, June 24 from 7:30 to 10 p.m. for contemporary square dancing at King of Peace MCC, 3150 5th Ave. N. in St. Petersburg. Event features auction with proceeds donated to All Join Hands. Visit suncoastsquares. com or email suncoastsquares@ gmail.com. GEMS Summer Schedule GEMS (Gulfport Extended Mini-Bus Service) new summer schedule is out. They are making it easier to schedule and use the GEMS transportation service to accommodate riders. If you are a Gulfport resident 55 or older or have a disability, you can take advantage of GEMS door to door service for a yearly membership of $65 plus $2 per ride. Trips to the center are free. Swing by the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th Ave. S., and pick up a new schedule or call 727893-2242 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for more information. Register for Learn to Swim Program When children in our community learn to swim we all shine. Let us teach your child to swim. Lessons are available mornings and evenings for infants six months to adult. Classes include swim lessons from beginner through advanced levels and diving. Lessons are taught by safety instructors. Each session runs Monday through Friday for a twoweek duration. Students who pass the swim test can advance to the next level. Participants can retake a class as many times as needed. Cost per session is $39/person. ADVANTAGE Membership required or register with a valid driver license or photo ID of parent or legal guardian and complete Hold Harmless Agreement. Register Thursday, June 19, Thursday, July 3, Thursday, July 17 and Thursday, July 31 during normal operating hours. Reduced rates are also available for residents with Medicaid, food stamp cards or free school lunch and reduced lunch status forms. Register at pool locations: Walter Fuller, 7883 26th Ave. N., 727-893-7636; Northwest, 2331 60th St. N., 727-893-7723; Childs Park, 1227 43rd St. S., 727893-7730; E.H. McLin, 602 14th St. S., 727-893-7635; Fossil Park, 6739 M.L. King Jr. St. N., 727-893-7440; Jennie Hall, 1025 26th St. S., 727893-7725; Lake Vista, 1450 60th Ave. S., 727-893-7745; Shore Acres, 4142 Shore Acres Blvd. NE, 727-893-7752; North Shore Aquatic Complex, 901 North Shore Dr. NE (no registration July 31), 727-893-7727. Programs vary at every pool site. For more on pool lessons and pool information, see stpeteparksrec.org. June Jazz Concert The Suncoast Dixieland Jazz Society will sponsor Bobby Tess and the Dixie Chaps on Thursday, June 19 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Banquet Masters, 8100 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Admission is $10, students and military are free. Call 727-522-6877.

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12 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Be a Part of These Walking Tours St. Petersburg Preservation (SPP) continues its summer evening historic walking tour series on Tuesday, June 24 at 6 p.m. of the Historic Kenwood neighborhood. Tour starts and ends at Cappys Pizza, 2900 1st Ave. N. Kenwood, known for its collection of bungalow homes, is listed on the National Register of Historic places. The tour will include a stop in one of the neighborhoods restored bungalows. The summer walking tours are leisurely strolls lasting between 60 and 90 minutes and ending at a local business where tour goers are welcome to get something to eat or drink and to continue in some fun conversation. Tours are free for SPP members, $5 suggested donation for non-members. Reservations are welcome but not required. Call 727-824-7802 or info@ StPetePreservation.org. Loud, Clear and Free hearing loss are eligible to receive a Relay, Inc. Cordless and corded phones for persons with mild to severe hearing loss are available on the third Tuesday of every month from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th Ave. S. You must call 727-399-9983 to qualify and for more information. Limit one per customer. Cat Haven Offers Specials During June June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month, nationally promoted each year. Save Our Strays celebrates the event by offering a specially reduced adoption fee of $35 for all cats 2-years of age and older. Many of these mature felines, which offer great companionship, are lap cats. Examples include: Stanley, an affectionate grey and white 2-year old male; Luka, a big, mostly white 3-year old male; Tara, a 5-year old laid-back Tabby with white paws; and Percy, a solid black fellow that craves attention. no-kill organization dedicated to re-homing cats and kittens. To learn how you can meet their great grownup cats, please phone a volunteer at 727-481-5262 or 727 545-1116. Check out other adoptable cats at saveourstraysinc.com. The Studio@620 Celebrates 10 Years The Studio@620 invites everyone to come and celebrate their 10th birthday on Saturday, June 21 at 6:20 p.m. Their birthday parties are always a mix of art, music, community and of course cake! This year will be their biggest gathering yet as they mark their 10th anniversary, made possible with the support of our volunteers, artists, performers, patrons, members, and everyone who has passed through their doors over the years. Please call 727-895-6620 if you would like to contribute a dessert to share during the event. Admission is free. venue located at 620 1st Ave. S., St. Petersburg. Visit The Studio@620 online at studio620.org or call 727895-6620.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 13 Congratulations, Sally and Bob!Submitted by Kadi Tubbs Sally and Bob Pope celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on May 21 and Sally turned 90 years young on June 11. They live in the Gulfport area. Sally worked at Leverocks for many years as a waitress and hostess. The anniversary/birthday was held at St. John's Catholic Church for family and friends on June 1. With Dr Wa yne H. Kehm DDS, Family Dentistr y With Dr Wa yne H. Kehm DDS, Family Dentistr y Free Family Movie Day Come beat the heat and take in two free movies at Gulfport Library Saturday, June 21. At 10:30 theyll be showing the family friendly hit movie about everyones favorite toys that come to life (PG) and at 1:30 about an unlikely platoon rescuing works of art (PG-13). Call 727893-1074 for the actual titles. As always, free popcorn is provided. Antique Appraisal Fair at Heritage Village Whats that heirloom or family handme-down worth? Is that keepsake really a treasure? Tampa Bay area antique experts will be on hand to answer these questions at the Heritage Village Antique Appraisal Fair on Saturday, June 21, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Appraisal fees are $5 per item or $12 for three items. Appraisers will verbally offer general information on antiques, and specialists will be on hand to examine oriental rugs, Victorian jewelry, quilts, nautical instruments, rare and vintage books, guns, armor, clocks and pocket watches. They will also appraise pre-1950 dolls, furniture (pictures, if too large to bring), stringed musical instruments and collectible glass. For more information call the Pinellas County Historical Society at 727-582-2233, or visit pinellascounty. org/heritage.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 15 Music Sweet Music Come learn how music can be used as medicine on Monday, June 16 at 3 p.m. at the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th Ave. S. Music Sweet Music, Inc. will explain how music therapy is a clinical and evidence-based use of music intervention. Music therapy makes a difference in chronic illness, oncology, mental health, medical and surgical procedures, healthy aging and optimum performance, Alzheimers disease and dementia, hospice and bereavement. 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 call the Event Line at 727893-5657. FAB Fiber Arts Camp Theres still time to get spinning at Fiber Arts Camp for campers between the ages 10 to 14. There are to choose and include activities such as basic of knitting, crocheting and weaving for beginners. Learn to card and spin wool to make really cool projects. Dye fabrics to make a book, or up-cycle and repurpose materials to make jewelry, dolls and bags. Well also weave a few tales about Indians and Spanish Conquistadors and sample some native foods. The camp instructor is Elizabeth Neily, an accomplished period clothing designer and self-confessed history nut who has spent many years pursuing her interest in historic textiles and handcrafts. A big fan of experiential learning, she is dedicated to working with kids, inspiring them to learn through projects, play and good old-fashioned fun. She also loves wilderness crafts and pioneer cooking. As a living history presenter she tells stories woven out of the fabric of Floridas fascinating past. She has taught at Great Explorations, The Science Center and the Tampa Bay History Center. She and her husband, artist Hermann Trappman, create and install exhibits in museums and galleries all over the state and offer experimental archaeology programs. FAB Fiber Arts camp is sponsored by First Florida Frontiers in partnership with FAB Fiber in the Art Village Courtyard, 5440 29th Ave. S., Gulfport. For more information about the camp contact Elizabeth at 727Summer Dive-In Movies Summer Dive-In Movies are back at the St. Pete Beach Community Aquatic Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Dr. to lounge by the pool while watching In movie will be on Friday, June 13 featuring Finding Nemo. If you cant make it on June 13 dont worry. They have Dive-Ins scheduled every Friday night through August 8. Snacks, drinks and glow jewelry will be sold. No outside coolers or food allowed. Doors open at 8 p.m. Admission is only $4 per person. This event will be canceled in inclement weather. For the full schedule of Dive-In movies visit spbrec.com. For more information call the Aquatic Center at 727363-9264. Welcome the Dog Days of Summer Gulfport resident and painter Janet Folsom will show her Portraits of Dogs on Saturday, June 14 from noon to 8 p.m. at the Morean Arts Center, 719 Central Ave. in St. Petersburg. The event called Art of the Dog features good food, fantastic art of all mediums featuring mans best friend, doggy paw prints and portraits. Admission is free. Call 727-822-7872.

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16 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Red Hot Beach Nuts News The Red Hot Beach Nuts of Gulfport spent their spring with great outdoor events. In March, they went to Myakka State Park and took an air-boat ride and a very informative trolley ride through the oldest and largest state park. In April they were off to Ft. DeSoto to enjoy a great picnic, nice weather, and play bocce ball. Then in May, they went to Dunedin for a luau. The food was wonderful and they were entertained by professional Hawaiian and Tahitian dancers. The Chapter thanks Dorothy Ferris and Janis Crew for all their hard work to make this such a fun event and Dorothy for the use of her club house in Dunedin. Home Gardening Workshops As part of the new series of monthly gardening workshops sponsored by the Gulfport Library, Master Gardener Val Boyle will share her knowledge about the creepy crawlies Val will help us learn how to identify the good guys from the bad guys and share methods of welcoming those that help our gardens thrive while discouraging those that make us want to throw in our gardening gloves in defeat. Participants are invited to bring samples of plants with problems as well as their gardening questions. After the workshop there will be a brief meeting for those who have volunteered to work on the upcoming Gulfport Library Seed Library. New volunteers are welcome to stay and learn more. Mark your calendar to join in the Garden Workshop series which will be held the fourth Saturday of each month at the Gulfport Library from 2 to 3 p.m. Planned upcoming workshops include: June 28: Val Boyles, The Good, Bad and Ugly of Garden Pest Control July 26: By Reservation Only! Building a Hanging Garden Planter August 23: Creating and Growing Plants in an Earth Box For more information contact 727893-1073.Gulfport Neighbors Make a DifferenceBy Rose-Marie Seawall, President assistance and support received from countless individual volunteers, the business community, and the City of Gulfport. Most recently, Piranha Graphixs presented Gulfport Neighbors with an outstanding retractable sign that beautifully shows some of our accomplishments, which will help us better support needed to reach our goals. Over the course of the year we have seen a number of our ideas come to fruition: Ten GN Beach & Area Cleanups Three Junk in the Trunk events (incorporating the Day of Caring and Sharing, free giveaway of usable discarded items, Coffee with the Cops, bike registrations, and kids' helmet giveaway ) Periodic free brush and bulk trash pick-up Major yard and home cleanup and renovation (completed in four phases and included the removal of dangerous mold and repainting of a home and fence) Flash Cleanup, where neighbors are invited to show up with lawn tools and equipment for fast and furious morning of major yard work and minor home repairs for a neighbor in need neighbors helping neighbors on a regular basis Partnership with the local Juvenile Justice program, at the behest of Gulfports Police Chief, to enable youthful offenders to work on their community service requirements at the GN Beach & Area Clean-up Groundwork laid for a "Welcome Neighbor!" Basket for new homeowners Plans developed for a Bus Stop "Adopt A Can" program in conjunction with the PST Worked with City of Gulfport to place additional ash and trash cans throughout the downtown waterfront area Ward Advisors program initiated to help GN Board identify needs and solutions in their Wards Thank you to our great volunteers, the City of Gulfport, and all of the generous If you would like to join our network of volunteers and or support the yahoo.com. You can also stay tuned to our various activities by visiting our Facebook page Gulfport Neighbors.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 17 By Cathy SalustriCity of Gulfport: Paving at Stetson Q: Im curious what Stetson is doing on their property along the curve on Gulfport Boulevard. Barbara Purtee A: Theyre paving the grass lot for parking. Plans also include installing solar lights, according to the project engineer, Anderson/Lane, Inc. Email your r equest to News@theGabber .com Ha ve you got a question f or your city gove rnment? 14 19 49th Str eet S. 7 27-3 2 1-6 96 5 A dvertising@theGabber .comDisplay Ad vertising fr om $1 7. 20 per column inch. Community Law Program Legal assistance is available from the Community Law Program at the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th Ave. S. every third Friday of the month. You must be 60 years of age or older and qualify with the program. Call 727-582-7480 to qualify and to make the appointment. If you qualify, the legal assistance is free. The Community Law Program is provided by St. Petersburg Attorneys and exists to empower the most vulnerable in our community through pro bono legal representations and assistance and outreach.Calling Prose Pros for Open Mic The Studio@620 welcomes Wordier Than Thou on Tuesday, June 17. This unique monthly open mic series continues with its focus on storytelling no poetry or music. So come share the mood for listening, catch some tales from our areas wordsmiths. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Readings will begin around 7 p.m. A featured reader will kick off the night, followed by open mic slots. Open mic readers get 10 minutes and will be timed. Suggested donation is $5 at the door, refreshments will be available. venue located at 620 1st Ave. S. in St. Petersburg. Visit The Studio@620 online at studio620.org or call 727-895-6620 to purchase tickets.

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18 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 This Weeks Solution P ASADENA PET MOTELOpen 7 Days A W eek My Hope Chest Opens Ofce in Seminole In partnership with the Seminole Chamber, My Hope Chest welcomes the public to a ribbon cutting, cocktail party and open house of their new The event takes place tonight from 5 to 7 p.m. at 7985 113th St. N., Suite Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters will welcoming My Hope Chest to the community. Local businesses are encouraged to come and learn more about the charity that helps heal breast cancer survivors on a local and national level. My Hope Chest is the only national that offers assistance in obtaining breast reconstruction surgery for the uninsured and underinsured. Despite the support that hundreds of breast cancer organizations offer to survivors around the country, there is a lack of advocacy and funding for those who are left without reconstructive surgery as an option to complete their cancer journey. Call 727-642-4243 or visit their website at myhopechest.org.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 19 The Gabs On May 15, Gulfportian Bill Marshall died. Longtime locals knew Bill from the time his parents owned the Sinclair gas station at 49th Street and Gulfport Boulevard; more recent Gulfportians likely saw him at Gulfport Cafe. What did you remember best about him? Jim Finnerty: Pittsburgh and Lionel Trains. Lum Atkinson: He was probably Cookie Atkinson Cottrell : If he wasn't picking on me, I didn't think he liked me. And his love for Krispy Kreme. Ricky Cottrell: Trains and stale sarcasm.

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20 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 727-321-6965 for more information on placing your ad in this special sectionPlaces of Worship Trinity Church Offers Anyone a Ride Do you or your children want to attend church on Sunday, but dont have a way to get there? Trinity Church of The Nazarene, 1000 55th St. S. in Gulfport would like you and your children to visit and they will provide free transportation within the local area. They are a small church with bible based teaching for adults and kids. Please call 727656-6209 for more information. A Night of Fashion United for Christ Freewill Church will be having A Night of Fashion at the Catherine Hickman Theater, 5501 27th Ave. S. in Gulfport on Saturday, June 21 at 5 p.m. This Fashion Show will have models from the ages of 5 to 65 showing you clothing that will leave you in awe! There will also be a silent auction with a variety of items donated by local businesses. All proceeds will go to United for Christ Churchs building fund. If you are a local business and would like to participate, please contact Kadell Ford at 727687-8400 or 727-258-4993 for more information. Tickets are $15 and will also be available for purchase in advance at the Gulfport Casino at 5501 Shore Blvd. S. Sign Up for Vacation Bible School A week of fun and learning awaits the youngsters who take part in this years Vacation Bible School (VBS) at Pass-A-Grille Beach Community Church. All children, age four through grade 5, are welcome. This years professionally developed curriculum, Weird Animals blends learning experiences that explore Gods creations. The week-long VBS will be held from Monday, June 16 through Friday, June 20 from 9 a.m. to noon. PAGBCC is located at 107 16th Ave. in St. Pete Beach. The registration fee is $45 per child or $75 per family. Call the church pagchurch.org.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 21 Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 727-321-6965 for more information on placing your ad in this special sectionPlaces of Worship Time for Vacation Bible School Children ages 5-12 are invited to Grace Connection at Pasadena, 635 64th St. S., to learn about the Armor of God and have fun. Free registration sign up is on June 21 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. VBS runs June 23 through July 7 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Call 727-492-2058, visit graceconnectionchurch.org or check out their Facebook page.Join a Young at Heart Luncheon St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 1901 62nd Ave. S., St. Petersburg welcomes you to their Young at Heart luncheons. They meet for a prepared lunch on the last Tuesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Following the meal they have a program and/or speaker on a variety of topics. Come meet them and share in fun and fellowship and an opportunity to enhance your knowledge, interests and faith. Call 727-864-3103.Free Movie Night The Gulfport Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints invites the community to attend a free movie night on Friday, June 20. The Rebecca De Mornay, and William Devane. The purpose of the Church is to promote family and community unity. Our Gulfport location routinely sponsors fun family friendly activities that encourage a spirit of love and peace in our community. Attendees often thank me for the good time they have had, said David Stretch, leader of the Gulfport Church. Movie night will be held at 5425 Gulfport Blvd. S. across from the showing at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free and snacks will be provided at no charge. All members of the public are invited to attend and are encouraged to bring family and friends. For questions, please contact 727-480-8785.

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22 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Everyday Cheap$kateBy Mary HuntTurn Your Junk into Cash in a Weekend The Wall Street Journal has estimated the annual yield from garage sales to be around $2 billion. Isnt it about time for you to claim your share of that jackpot? Its spring and I cant think of a better time to clean out the drawers, closets and disaster areas that your family members are always complaining about. You need to turn that clutter into cash. choose the dates. Check all kinds of calendars to make sure your sale wont hit the same weekend as a community event, holiday weekend or Aunt Ethels 80th birthday party. Assume that no matter what time of day you select to open your sale, people will show up at 6 a.m. Thats just the way it is, so be prepared. Those early birds are the pros, so be ready. Next, choose the location and remember that a tidy sales area will be key to your success. And dont forget to check local ordinances. Some cities require a permit to hold driveway probably wont attract the kind of customers youre looking for. Get your items ready for sale. Make sure everything is as clean as humanly possible. Organize things by category with clothes in one area, toys in another, housewares displayed together and so forth. Know what you have as well. Youll or baby furniture. Theyre not going to look through your things, but they will expect you to know exactly what you have and where it is. You cannot be too prepared. In fact, every minute you spend ahead of time in making sure your sale is wellorganized and attractive will put more dollars in your pocket. To make the most of every effort you expend, I highly recommend a fabulous book -Garage Sale Superstar. Its an easy read and the author, Eric Michael, will teach you in short order how to make the most money possible at your event, so listen to him. Do exactly what he says and you will at least double your take without increasing your effort. Thats the thing about doing things right from the start. Now youre ready to inform the world. The time and effort you spend on advertising will pay off big. CraigsList.org is a great place to post you will have available. Antiques and baby items typically bring buyers in droves. Dont forget to hang those attractive signs around your neighborhood and make sure to write an ad for the local newspaper that will leave people salivating. Finally, price your junk ... I mean, treasures. Remember that you are not competing with Target. Shoppers are looking for bargains, so determine your best price and add a bit to leave room for haggling. There are two schools of thought when it comes to pricing items. The chaotic once buyers begin scouring through all of your things. Just be prepared for shoppers to bargain down the price, even if you consider your prices to be the rock bottom. Its part of the tag-sale culture. The second method suggests that sales often work best when you dont price things in advance. Wait to see what a customer offers you, which you may be surprised is more than you would ask. Even if you dont put a price tag on items, you should still have a general idea of how much each item is worth and the minimum amount youll accept. And dont be afraid to hold your ground. Seasoned salers just dont feel right about paying full price without any objection at all. On sale day, make sure you have an electrical outlet available so that buyers can test items to make sure theyre working. If you are one to go all out, having water available will be much appreciated and perhaps even keep people looking longer at what you have to offer. A great trick that will include the kids who show up with their parents bags. Small paper lunch bags work great for this. Fill them with small items like toys, stickers, wrapped candies -anything you have that would be fun for a child to open. And the fuller each bag is, the better. Seal the bags and then post a sign near your checkout area, Cents Each! After the sale, resist the urge to re-stash the leftovers. Instead, call your local charity to schedule a pickup.

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24 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 g g t Delivery Delivery 727-322-1403 g g g g Second Saturday Fathers Day ArtWalk Its opening night across the city as galleries, artist studios, and some museums open from 4 to 9 p.m. for the St. Petersburg Second Saturday Fathers Day ArtWalk on June 14. The Waterfront Arts District, Central Arts District, the Edge District, Grand Central District, and the Warehouse Arts District become one arts destination for ArtWalk, a unique way to socialize with the arts and cultural community. Most venues are open throughout the month, however many studios and galleries are open to the public only on this special night. Their red trolley and white coach bus (with guides) will take you to over 35 studios and galleries featuring the warehouse arts district. The two shuttles run from the roundabout at 10th Street and Central Avenue to the heart of the Warehouse Arts District. In addition, the Central Avenue Trolley ($.50) serves galleries on and near Central Avenue; and a third free trolley, the Downtown Looper, serves the Waterfront Arts District; or drive to a district, park and artwalk! Free parking can be found on 1st Ave. N. and 1st Ave. S. from 15th St. to 30th Street, as well as large lots at Soft Water Studios, St. Pete Clay Company, the Florida Holocaust Museum and the Clay Center of St. Petersburg. Visit stpeteartsalliance.org for a map with parking areas and list of participants. Rocko is a 52-lb., almost 3-year-old, male, pit bull terrier mix. He gets along well with other dogs and can be a bit of a lap dog! You must own your home to adopt Rocko. To learn more about Rocko and other adoptable animals, visit from Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 405 22nd St. S., St. Pete. Visit petpalanimalshelter. com and facebook.com/petpalanimalshelter. Pet Pal Animal Shelter

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 25 Free Movie Night The Gulfport Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints invites the community to attend a free movie night on Friday, June 20. The Rebecca De Mornay, and William Devane. The purpose of the Church is to promote family and community unity. Our Gulfport location routinely sponsors fun family friendly activities that encourage a spirit of love and peace in our community. Attendees often thank me for the good time they have had, said David Stretch, leader of the Gulfport Church. Movie night will be held at 5425 Gulfport Blvd. S. across from the showing at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free and snacks will be provided at no charge. All members of the public are invited to attend and are encouraged to bring family and friends. For questions, please contact 727-480-8785. Heart Healthy Cooking Class You are invited to a Heart Healthy Cooking Class at the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th Ave. S. on Thursday, June 12 at 2:30 p.m. The chef from The Health and Rehabilitation Centre at Dolphins View will show you how to put together a delicious and healthy meal. Space is limited. You must reserve your spot by calling the Senior Center at 727-893-5657. Must be a registered Gulfport Senior Center member. Membership is easy and free for all individuals 50 years of age or older. Call 727-893-5657. Storytelling Celebration Looms storytelling celebration loom is at AquaMania this past weekend to weave messages written on fabric scraps into the loom. Come help them weave more looms on FAB Fibers porch in Art Village Courtyard. Each weaving will be organizations. Portable storytelling celebration looms are available for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, celebrations of life, family reunions, fundraisers or just for fun. This project is sponsored by First Florida Frontiers and Industrial Arts Center in partnership with FAB Fiber as a way of weaving community together. organization that celebrates Florida through art, storytelling and music. The Industrial Arts Center introduces glassblowing, glass casting, blacksmithing, metal sculpture, welding and glass fusing to as many others as possible, with a focus on the young. Call Elizabeth Neily at 727744-7051. Laughter Yoga Winds Down Gulfport Laughter Yoga has suspended their Tuesday sessions and will wind down their season with classes on the remaining Saturdays in June at 10 a.m. in Veterans Park (weather permitting) by OMaddys at 5350 31st Ave. S. in Gulfport. Classes will return in October.

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26 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 You Got an iPad! Now What? Jaclyn Moore, Gold Award Girl Scout Project Leader, will cover the basic functions of the Apple iPad at a workshop on Thursday, June 12 at 4 p.m. at the Gulfport Senior Center, 5501 27th Ave. S. Space is limitedyou must register. No walk-ins. Bring your Apple iPad and passwords. Please contact the Senior Center 727-893-5657 to reserve your spot. Red Hats and Friends Red Hats and Friends are planning an outing on June 16 to Sarasota to tour the Ringling Museum, shopping at St. Armands Circle and a scenic beach drive along Longboat Key. Cost is $26 each and lunch will be on your own. Pickup is at 8 a.m. at Town Shores, 5955 30th Ave. S. in Gulfport with a 5 p.m. return. Please RSVP to Juanita Sciullo at 727341-1812 by June 12. 2010 Ghost Pines Named after the Ghost Pines Vineyard purchased in 1964 by Napas historic Louis M. Martini Winery, Ghost Pines produces unique and contemporary wines from some of Californias premier appellations. Cabernet grapes from structural foundation. The blend of these two regions creates aromas of dark The palate is dense and chewy without being overly astringent.Compiled from ghostpines.com Wine Talkwith Lee Neal, a fine wine merchant for over 30 years.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 27 By Robert J. Myers, Esq. The Perils of Probate In an attempt to avoid probate when she dies, Mary decides to put her son's name on her two-hundredthousand dollar home. Mary recently was involved in the probate of her husband's estate when he died and Mary wanted to make sure that her son, Al, did not have to experience the same expensive procedure on her death. After the deed was recorded on the home, Al became a joint owner with his mother. Since Al is now legally recognized as a part owner of Mary's home, Mary no longer has total control of the real estate. In fact, Mary must get Al's consent and signature before she can list the home for sale, enter into a lease of the home or put a mortgage on the home. In addition, Mary runs homestead exemption which would then increase the amount of taxes on the home. Since Al is now a part owner of the home, his creditors could potentially make a claim against the home because it is now one of his assets. By giving Al a half-interest in the home, Mary has made a gift of onehundred-thousand dollars to Al. The Internal Revenue Service only allows individuals to make tax-free gifts of up to twelve thousand dollars per year. As a result, Mary is required to may have to pay gift taxes upon her death. In addition, if there is a mortgage and note on the home, each time Mary makes a mortgage payment, she is considered to be making a gift to Al. Mary could have avoided all of these potential problems. She could have retained the home only in her name and passed the home to Al under the State of Florida's Homestead Law which allows that one's solely owned homestead property goes directly to her child or children upon death. If Al inherits the home upon Mary's death, Al would then own the home at its "stepped-up basis." What that means is that Al's cost is only the fair market value of the home on the date of Mary's death. If Al were to then sell the home he would have little or no income taxes to pay because stepped-up basis in the home. On the other hand, if Mary deeds a one-half interest in her home to Al during her lifetime, Al's basis in the home would be what Mary paid for the home which could potentially be far less than today's market value. In this case, if Al sold the property, he likely taxes would have to be paid. All considered, Mary's desire to avoid probate expenses by deeding part of her home to Al during her lifetime could have some less than favorable consequences for both Mary and Al. Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson telephone number is 727-347-5131. please consult an attorney. 327-8855 5412 Central Avenue327-8855 Come See The Difference!Come See The Difference! Come See The Difference! Exceptional Eye care, Distinctive Eye wear Contact Lens Specialists Dr Dennis Ryczek Vision Correction without Surger y luding Evenings We Accept Most e A/EYEMED

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28 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 By Holiday Mathis Saturn, the planet that rules paternal energy, is retrograde on of us down memory lane. The moon spends the morning in Capricorn, which Saturn rules, bringing the strongest fatherly focus of the day in the early hours before sailing like an expertly struck golf ball into the realm of Aquarius ready for games and socializing. Saturday opens the door to a new season, so get outside and enjoy. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). For now, its best to disregard your competition. Also disregard the limits of your ability. If youre aiming for a result thats within your skill level, know that it is too low to excite and motivate you. Ignore what you know about what you can do while you pay attention to what you would like to see yourself do. CANCER (June 22-July 22). A lack of awareness can be ruinous to relationships, especially new relationships that do not have the more reason to remember peoples names. Staying socially present and keen will pay off for you. Youll build rapport with someone who will enrich your future experience. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). It may feel like youre playing a game of emotional chicken. You take a risk and reveal a part of who you are, and the other person does the same. How much to reveal? This is the million-dollar question, and with your discretion, taste and vulnerability, youll strike just the right balance in this regard. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Its always easier to present to an audience you know. If youre in touch with their needs, wants, values, interests and situational pressures, youll let that information guide you. Unfortunately, its not always possible to know your audience, and when thats the case, all you can do is try your best to put yourself in their place. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The Zen master insists that there is no progress. Faith in progress is futile. The midweek brings the chance to take a break from accounting for the accumulation and direction of your efforts to feel the fullness of a moment. Being present is being happy. Those who help you stay in the moment will be your favorite people. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). This week shows you in an assertive mood. Youll feel emboldened to ask others for the change in their behavior youd no, and you wont be the least bit afraid to have a different opinion. You know yourself and stand in who you are. People will want to work and play with you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Youll have a heightened awareness of time and the way you manage and join with it. In the planning stages of things, its necessary to send your mind ahead of you. However, once youve nailed a plan, the best way to prepare for any moment in the future is to become as fully present in the now moment as possible. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). and youll have good reason to do so this week. The bottom line is: The better you know your subject the better you will present it. Once you a bit of showmanship is all thats needed to make people sit up and pay attention. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Everyone wants to be good at the task at hand, but not everyone is willing to be great at it -especially if the task is low on the glamour quotient. Thats what sets you apart this week. Each task you tackle, regardless of how small, you approach with the intention of excellence. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your projects go 95 percent right this week. As for the other 5 percent, you never blame others; you blame yourself. You do this not because its your fault, but because youre the only one you have control over. Youll learn more by holding yourself responsible, and of mind to learn all that you can. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Just as expert investors recommend a diverse stock portfolio, you will become emotionally richer for placing your attention on a variety of interests -at least three. Becoming too embroiled in one venture is an easily avoided danger this week. If you feel yourself obsessing, quickly change your mental channel. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). This week youll have the chance to spend time on that thing you do that increases your sense of peace, pleasure and beauty. This activity is misunderstood by overly practical that they do not understand efforts made for other reasons. Maybe you can educate them! This Week's Birthdays: The world will recognize your star quality this year, especially in July and September when youll be put in the spotlight for something you do beautifully. Unite your team and go forward with an August venture. A surprise will liven things up in October. Youll have to juggle the logistics, but the new way will be better. New powers of goal before the winter holidays, and youll show up strong with friends and family as you usher in 2015. Music at Gulfport Beach Pavilion #6Monday, 1-3:30 p.m. Harold & Donna alternating weeks with Len & ArleneTuesday, 1-3:30 p.m. Open Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m. Karaoke Mike Furman Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m. Dancing & Karaoke with Dave & Cookie 1st & 3rd Friday, 1-3:00 p.m. Entertainment Dorothy & Jim Saturday, 1-3 p.m. Ray & Ann, Entertainment Sunday, 1-3:00 p.m. Woody & his accordion, Music for listening & dancing

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 29 Gulfports July 4th Celebration The city of Gulfport invites everyone to the 4th of July celebration with an amazing line-up of fun and exciting activities in the citys downtown waterfront district on Friday, July 4! Street closures start at 6 a.m. on Friday. Beach Boulevard will be closed from 31st Ave. S. to Shore Boulevard. Shore Boulevard will be closed from 54th St. S. to 56th St. S. 54th St. S., south of Essex Avenue will also be closed. Beach Boulevard south of 28th Ave. S. to 31st Ave. S. will be temporarily closed for the 4th of July Community Parade, from 5:45 until 7 p.m. Williams Pier (corner of Shore Blvd. S. and 54th St. S) which will close at 7 a.m. Tuesday morning, July 1, until Saturday morning, July 5, at noon. At that same time, perimeter buoys will be placed 900 feet from the Williams on July 4. Limited beach access will be granted for non-motorized dinghies. Interested boaters can dock at the Gulfport Municipal Marina the day of the event for a $1.50 per foot fee. plus tax. Any unauthorized boats parked at the Casino dock will be towed to a safe location. Also, fencing will be placed on the seawall at Veterans Park (corner of Shore Blvd. S. and 54th St. S.). Only sparklers will be permitted on Gulfport Beach. The open air trolley will run from 4 to 11 p.m. from remote parking spots including: the Gulfport Recreation Center (5730 Shore Blvd. S.), Gulfport Public Library (5501 28th Ave. S.), Gulfport Senior Center and Catherine Hickman Theater (5501 27th Ave. S.), Hoyt Field (2306 56th St. S.), Chase Park (54th St. S. and 28th Ave. S.), Ted Phillips Wood Ibis Park (58th St. S. and 28th Ave. S.), and Gulfport Municipal Marina (4630 29th Ave. S.). If you see the trolley, just give the driver a wave and they will pick you up along the route. Get up, have your coffee and breakfast early and bring the kids to the kids Registration for the derby will start at 7:30 a.m. followed by a free family sand sculpture contest, sponsored by the Gulfport Recreation Division, on Gulfport Beach, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Registration will start at 11:15 a.m. Keeping with tradition, the theme will be Red, White and Blue. City staff will be on Gulfport Beach behind the recreation center from noon to 6 p.m. with a variety of free kid friendly activities! Starting in the evening, local vendors will offer a variety of arts, crafts, food delicacies and patriotic knick-knacks for your enjoyment from 2 to 10 p.m. At 5 p.m., enjoy live music on the Casino outside main stage with Echo 84. The community parade will begin promptly at 6 p.m. making its way south on Beach Boulevard to the Gulfport Casino, where it will head west on Shore Boulevard to 58th St. S. Make sure to grab a good viewing spot! Beach along Shore Blvd. S. will offer an exceptional closing of the days festivities. The city welcomes all to celebrate the 4th of July in the city of Gulfport! For more information, please email Gail Biron, City of Gulfport Technical Events Specialist at gbiron@mygulfport.us or call 727893-1118. Senior Centers Fitness Room Summer Hours Based on an overwhelming request, the Gulfport Senior Centers Fitness Room will remain open at regular hours throughout the summer. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. So grab your sneakers and head on down to move those muscles and tone your body with their state of the art equipment. For more information, please call the Event line at 727893-5657.St. Pete City Theater Seeks One Acts St. Petersburg City Theatre, Floridas oldest, continuously operating community theatre, is currently accepting one-act play submissions from local playwrights to be showcased in Summer Shorts, and the creative art of one-act play composition. Plays should be no more than 15 minutes in length, simple to stage, and family-friendly. The deadline for submissions is June 15. Submissions may be sent to Mary Brophy at mbrophy40@aol.com. Auditions for Summer Shorts will take place June 30 and July 1. Performances will be held August 15 through 17. Tickets are $15 for adults; $10 for students; children under 12 are free with one adult each. Theatre programs. St. Petersburg City Theatre is a Located in south St. Pete, City Theatre has been providing quality entertainment since 1925, and is still setting the bar for live community theatre excellence. The theatre is committed to keeping theatre and theatre education alive and in the community, and has just completed its 89th main stage season. In addition to main stage productions, City Theatre offers arts education year round through its education programs and summer camps. information at 727-866-1973 or visit spcitytheatre.org. The theatre is located just off I-275 at 4025 31st St. S.

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30 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Somethin on my mind Somethin on my mindBy Bill Northr op B_Northr op@theGabber. com Lawyers to the RescueSouth Texas, Tucson, Ariz: "Washington. We have a problem down here. Young border. Thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands coming." Washington: "Roger that. We'll send you some more buses to move them about and some lawyers for the children. Expect $1.4 billion. Strategy working. Expect Republicans to cave on amnesty for immigrants bill." but a very real problem for South Texas and for Tucson. Immigrants are packing the border and many of them are unaccompanied children. Total "arrests" from October to May, according to the Associated Press, are 148,000 in the South Texas area and 62,000 in Tucson. They're being Paso, Texas and Tucson, Ariz., freed and told to appear for hearings later. Some military bases are being used for housing, but some are just cut loose. President Obama called it a crisis and his attorney general, Eric Holder, expects to send 100 lawyers to represent the children. Also, there have been requests for $1.4 billion. One federal judge in the area declared that the government has simply chosen not to enforce the border laws. Republicans are indicating support for a form of amnesty for illegals already here, but, the new crisis is a new crisis on top of the old one. In spite of the fact that America is a racist, bigoted, oppressive society with blood on its hands from its imperialist (until now) policies, people want to come here. No, it's not those on-theborder Mexicans or Canadians who many in the open borders for North America crowd believe should be allowed to move back and forth. These are immigrants from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador who were supposedly attracted by a misunderstood directive from the administration that women and children who have been here would not be deported. Deportations have been curtailed, and it does appear that once you're here, you're here regardless of the way you got here. All in all, not counting the illegal in about 1,000,000 people a year. That's the legal process and usually includes people with pending jobs or needed skills. The illegal immigrants (not all from south of the border), more often are poor, poorly educated, is the possible health problems with mass import of unvaccinated adults and children carrying many diseases. a warning, but these new immigrants are not being quarantined. Of course, the reality is that there is a humanitarian crisis on our borders. Children can't be cut loose without any resources and support, nor can the adults. So, we're going to have to take care of these new arrivals. The problem is that the more we provide, the more come. The inability, or now, the refusal to control our borders has these consequences. Whatever comes of an amnesty bill for those already here, we're on the hook for the tab and the job pressures. Frankly, the whole situation looks politicalvotes for Democrats from the Hispanic community, pressure on the Republicans to act on an immigration bill. Is it a coincidence that Texas and Arizona, the two hardest hit states, are Republican states? Keep in mind that administration insiders have links to open borders advocates, that the administration is not enforcing the borders, that Holder has declared that illegal immigrants already in this country have civil rights. In a different twist, conservative Fox News commentator Brit Hume, who works with the immigrants, declared that these tough, resilient, bright and disciplined children who made their way across waste lands, are the kinds of new citizens we need. The problem is that with an open border we don't control what we get. Worse, even if we get a comprehensive immigration bill that includes stronger border controls, President Obama, based upon his recent actions, will only enforce laws he wants to enforce. Executive actions means legislative bills have no meaning.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 31 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Lunch Served 11am-3pm Euchre 1pm Bingo 6pm Kitchen Open for Bingo Lunch 11-3 Ron's Karaoke 7pm No Lunch Served Breakfast Buffet 8:30-11am S.A.L. hamburgers and hot dogs 12-3pm Steakums 1-3pm Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Dinner 4:30-6:30pm Kitchen Open 11-2pm Dinner 4:30-6:30pm Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Lunch Served 11am-3pm Rons Karaoke 7pm THURSDA Y FRIDA YS A TURDA Y SUNDA Y MONDA Y TUESDA Y WEDNESDA Y Bar Bingo 7pm Food Served Fish & Shrimp 6-8pm Music by Geno 6:30-9:30pm Steak Dinner 6-8pm Lee Jay Nelson 6:30-9:30pm Sports & Pizza 12-6pm Bucky Burgers 5-8pm Karaoke 6:30-9:30pmemail post305@msn.com / www.post305.org All you can eat Spaghetti & Meatballs every Wed., plus another special. Hot dogs every day for $1. Ladies Auxiliary meet 1st Sunday each month at 11:30am Sons of AmVets meet 1st Monday each month at 7pm AmVets meet 2nd Sunday each month at 11:30am Steak-O every Saturday at 4pmReg. Mtg.-6pm Please attend. Your input is valuable. Dinner Special 6-8pm Trivia Bar Bingo 7pm Karaoke 9pm-12am Junior Auxiliary meets 1st Saturday each month 10:30 Auxiliary No meeting in June will resume 2nd Tuesday in July Legionnaires meet 3rd Monday each month 7 pm S.A.L. meets last Monday each month 7 pm 9am 12 noon to offer assistance. Sunday-Friday 12pm, Saturday 11am til. Electronic bar games every day. Fish fry last Friday of the month, 5-7pm. Were always looking for new members to join our family, $30 yearly or $250 Lifetime. Gil Davis 1st VC Happy Hour 9-11am & 4-7pm Jam Session 6-10pm Food available 6-8pm Tiki open 4pm Dinner 5-7:30pm Karaoke 7-11pm Breakfast 8-10:30am Tiki open 12noon Grill open 1-5pm Live Music 1-5pm Tiki open 12noon Grill open 1-5pm Live Music 1-5pm Steak-O 4-6pm Euchre 1pm Happy Hour 9-11am & 4-7pm Drink specials 8pm-Close Happy Hour 9-11am & 4-7pm Karaoke 7-11pm Drink specials 8pm-Close Tiki open 5pm Karaoke 7-11pm Bingo 7pm Food Available

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32 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Local Obituaries CALLAHAN, HENRY ARTHUR, SR., 67, of St. Pete Beach, passed peacefully in his sleep Tuesday, June 3, 2014, at home after a long struggle with cancer. Born in Philadelphia, PA. He was a veteran of the Army. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Catherine V. Callahan; daughters, Kate (Mike) Cassetti and Rose Callahan; son, Henry (Donna) Callahan Jr.; his grandchildren, the loves of his life, Kyle and Henry Callahan; a sister, Helene Rogers; and brother, Hugh Callahan. He will be sadly missed by his extended family and friends. Visit the family's personalized online guestbook at ALifeTribute.com. A celebration of his life will be held on a later date. FORONDA, CHRISTIANE G., 87, of St. Pete Beach, passed away Thursday, June 5, 2014. Visitation will be Wednesday, June 11, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Beach Memorial Chapel. Catholic Mass will be held Thursday, June 12, at 10 a.m., from St. Mary Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church St. Petersburg. For a full online obituary go to: www.beachmemorial. com. HAMILTON, JOHN R., III 76, of Pass-A-Grille, passed away Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at his home. He is survived by his daughter, Christel (Tom) Cunningham; son, Jay (Susan) Hamilton; grandchildren, J. Ryan and Liam A. Cunningham. John was a member of the Treasure Island Tennis and Yacht Club, a Navy veteran, and a graduate of Boca Ciega High School. He enjoyed his family, tennis, bike riding, skiing, sailing and racing. A gathering of family and friends will be held on June 14 at his home from 2 to 4 p.m. Beach Memorial Chapel, St. Pete Beach. MARSHALL, WILLIAM (BILL) LEE, 73, of Gulfport, passed away peacefully Thursday, May 15, 2014, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born July 23, 1941 to William Marshall and Juanita Marshall in Pittsburgh, PA. They moved to Florida when Bill was 6 years old. He is survived by loving wife of 53 years, Betty Jean Marshall; sons, William L. (Valerie) Marshall, Jr. and Charles D. Marshall; daughter, Theresa Marshall; brother, James D. (Louise) Marshall of Gainesville, FL; grandchildren, Robbie Jones and Emma and Krista Marshall, and Jaden Dickinson; great-grandchildren, Alexia, Michael, Joseph, Addi and Briee; numerous nieces and nephews; and dear friend Lum Atkinson. Bill was preceded in death by his parents, William and Juanita Marshall, infant daughter Bonnie Lynn and infant great-grandson Jaylen. In that donations be made to Woodside Hospice, Pinellas Park, FL. A private cremation has been planned. David C. Gross Funeral Homes, Central Avenue Chapel in St. Petersburg is serving the family. PETERSON, D AVID MALCOLM, 81, of Town Shores in Gulfport, FL, died Thursday, June 5, 2014. Born at Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco to Maurice and Elizabeth Marina District until age 5. After moving to Palo Alto, he attended the one-room Channing Elementary School. The family settled in Los Altos when he was 10 or 11. He fractured his skull running next to a swimming pool, and spent the next year at home with a private teacher. Although his parents and the local library provided him with ample books, this convalescence afforded him the time to read to his heart's content. He graduated with honors from Mountain View High School in 1951 and studied at San Jose State while serving in the U.S. Naval Reserve. In 1953 he joined the U.S. Army, stationed in Japan. Upon returning home in 1955, he decided to attend the University of California, at Riverside, a newly constructed "Athens on the Santa Ana River," where he was active in several clubs. Besides singing in the choir, he was a charter member served as editor of the Highlander student newspaper. It was at UCR that he met Carol Patteson, to whom he proposed marriage with uncharacteristic speed. His gambit eventually paid off, and in 1960 they married, remaining happily wed for 53 years. After graduating from UCR attended Stanford Graduate Business School. Finding more inspiration in tales of times past, he earned his MA in History at Princeton. David and Carol spent 9 years in New Jersey, where, among other things, he taught undergraduate history at Fairleigh Dickinson University ('64-68) in Madison, NJ. Moving back to California, he dabbled in real estate and in banking as a trust his true love, and he found his dream job in the cataloguing department at the UCR Rivera Library. During this period, they welcomed their only child, Eric (b. 1975). After David and Carol both retired, they set out to explore their world. Traveling once in 1998 to Britain and Scotland on a regimented tour, they asked Eric to guide them through Western Europe in 2002. Beginning in Amsterdam, they drove through eighteen countries in eight months. Although it was the trip of a lifetime, and the locals everywhere were kind and helpful, David and Carol learned how desirable a warm climate and American language and culture were to their sense of belonging. After nearly forty years in Riverside, they moved to Georgia to be close to Carol's sister-in-law and her family. When Eric moved to Gulfport, FL, David and Carol moved one last time to be close to their son and his new family. Once in Gulfport, David read the Gabber and enjoyed being outraged at the hijinks of local and state politicians. But nothing put a smile on his face like seeing his grandchildren at play, their antics "a tonic" for whatever ailed him. David was preceded in death by his parents, Elizabeth and Maurice Peterson; his sister Nancy Peterson Wagner and his nephews Carl Wagner and Jonathan Peterson. He is survived by Carol, Eric, and Grace (daughterin-law); grandchildren Oskar and Iola; Dr. Ronald Peterson (brother); beloved nieces and nephews Erica Woodcock, Jeff Wagner, Stephanie Willes, Elizabeth "Liz" Linford, Chris Peterson, Nathan Peterson, and Michelle Coyle; and many great-nieces and great-nephews. A

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 33 celebration of his life will be held on Sunday, June 22 at noon. Dave donations be made to the Gulfport Library.PRINSE, MARION G., 87, of St. Pete Beach, passed away May 20, 2014. Survived by son, Roger of Pass-a-Grille and daughter, Bonnie of Pagosa Springs, CO. Burial at Bay Pines National Cemetery. SINGLETON, DENNIS NOEL, Sept. 9, 1949 to June 4, 2014. Survived by his wife of 45 years, Karol (McFadden) Singleton, sons Tracey N. Singleton, Adam W. Singleton, daughter-in-law Malena Singleton, and grandson Nikolai D. Singleton. Dennis was born in Dayton, Ohio to parents John and Helen Singleton. Graduate of Fairview High School. Worked at Mazer Printing Corporation for 15 years and was City of Union, Ohio, Montgomery County. In 1983 the family moved to Pinellas County, Florida. Dennis worked for Martel Printing in St. Petersburg, soon accepted a fulltime job with Treasure Island Police Obituaries (contd.)Dept. At Treasure Island for 15 years, Dennis worked the road, he well as a US Marshall. He belonged to the Blue Knights Motorcycle Club, St. Petersburg, FL. Dennis also owned Singleton & Son's Lawn Service for 25 years. Enjoyed the holidays by working at Tyrone Mall as "Santa." Also photographer/ Assistant Manager of the Santa and Easter Bunny booth during holidays. Dennis also volunteered during the City of Pinellas Park's Holiday Parade, of which his wife is Past President. He was an avid gardener and belonged to the Tampa Bay Aquarium Society. Dennis was employed in 2002 as a Community St. Pete Beach, Florida until his untimely death due to cancer June 4, 2014. Memorial service will be held for friends, family, co-workers and the community who got to know Dennis through his community service work and dedication to police work for 32 years at St. Pete Beach Community Center, Boca Ciega Room, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive, St. Pete Beach on Sunday, June 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. Reach Out to LongTerm Care Residents Floridas Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program has advocate positions available in the Pinellas and Pasco county areas. Volunteers visit with residents of nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult-family care homes to ensure they are treated with dignity and provided and volunteers participate in council meetings, administrative assessments and complaint resolution in facilities. Candidates need to: enjoy working with seniors and those with disabilities, plan to volunteer 20+ hours a month, pass a background check (paid for by the program), attend a monthly meeting. If you would like to become an ombudsman and make a difference in your community, visit ombudsman. or toll free at 1-888-831-0404.

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34 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Following are some of the calls that Gulfport Police responded to during the past week. Friday 5/30 Animal Call(s)Several Locations Domestic5100 Blk 28th Ave. S. Drug Call900 Blk 58th St. S. Drug Call1400 Blk 58th St. S. Drug Call9th Ave. & 60th St. S. Lewd/Lascivious5500 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Reckless Driver1100 Blk 60th St. S. Vandalism5200 Blk 31st St. S. Saturday 5/31 Animal Call(s)Several Locations Burglary5400 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Disorderly Conduct5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Disorderly Conduct2500 Blk Premier Dr. S. Domestic5100 Blk 12th Ave. S. Noise5600 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Person Under Inuence2000 Blk 53rd St. S. Theft of American Flag5300 Blk 29th Ave. S. Sunday 6/1 Animal Call(s)Several Locations Burglary2800 Blk Upton St. S. Domestic5300 Blk Newton Ave. S. Domestic5300 Blk 12th Ave. S. NoiseHull St. & 7th Ave. S. Theft5700 Blk 13th Ave. S. Theft5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Theft5700 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Trespass2200 Blk York St. S. Monday 6/2 Animal Call(s)Several Locations Theft5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Theft5300 Blk 15th Ave. S. Trespass1700 Blk 59th St. S.Tuesday 6/3 Noise12th Ave. & 52nd St. S. Panhandler/Solicitor5100 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Stolen Vehicle3000 Blk 49th St. S. Wednesday 6/4 Water Rescue4600 Blk 29th Ave. S. Accident(s)Several Locations Animal Call(s)Several Locations Domestic1600 Blk Hull St. S. Domestic900 Blk Hull St. S. Injured Person2600 Blk 44th St. S. Panhandler/Solicitor2800 Blk 45th St. S. Stolen Vehicle3000 Blk 50th St. S. Trespass2200 Blk York St. S. Thursday 6/5 Accident5700 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Animal Call5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Disorderly Conduct5400 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Disorderly Conduct30th Ave. & Beach Blvd. S. Disturbance5200 Blk 9th Ave. S. Fraud/Forgery2700 Blk 50th St. S. Unknown Problem3000 Blk Clinton St. S. Vandalism5100 Blk 15th Ave. S.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 35 Try your hand at Sudoku Whats Your Review? Gulfport Public Library is now accepting book reviews for possible online publication and presentation in the library. Reviews may be of any book. The reviews should be helpful want to read. Email submissions to ahooks@mygulfport.us If you have any questions call the reference desk at 727-893-1073. Join Treasure Islettes Weekly Bingo Please join the Treasure Islettes at the Treasure Island Community Center, located behind Walgreens, for their year-round Thursday evening bingo games. Early bird games begin at 6:45 p.m. and regular games at 7:45 p.m. These games are run by the Treasure Islettes and scholarships. They have a great snack bar, free coffee and cash prizes. No one under 18 is allowed and no alcohol please, as per state regulations. AmVets Post 0001 to Hold a Yard Sale On Saturday, June 21, AmVets Post 0001, located at 421 45th Ave. S., will and various community projects. They are asking for donations of articles to be sold to raise funds. You may drop off your articles at the Post or contact Charlie Williams or Mark Baldwin at 727-896-4122 to make arrangements to have your items picked up. Please plan to attend this day-long affair, starting at 8 a.m. until, which will also provide you the opportunity to visit their post and learn of the opportunities for you to become an active member of the Veterans, Sons or Ladies Auxiliary. German-American Society News All dads are invited to celebrate their big day at the GermanAmerican Club located at 8098 66th St. N. in Pinellas Park, on Saturday, June 14. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the music for your dancing and listening pleasure will begin at 7 p.m. and be furnished by Steve Daniels. The kitchen is open until 8 p.m. and their full service bar is open until 11 p.m. Their dress code is Florida semi-formal (no shorts, other than lederhosen). The entrance fee is their summer time rate of $5. For further information contact Bob at 727238-8201. Lithuanian-American Club Lunch The Lithuanian-American Club at 4880 46th Ave. N. in St. Petersburg is serving lunch every Thursday at 1 p.m. The summer schedule of luncheons is one week koldunai and the other week cepelinai. The cost is $7 for entree, side, dessert and coffee. This Thursdays menu is koldunai (meat dumplings) served with bacon and/or sour cream, dessert and coffee. As usual, they have Lithuanian beer and fresh baked bread to buy every Thursday. Call Vida at 866-7936 for more information. Everyone is welcome. Get Out! Love to run, have a dream of completing a 5K, or just enjoy a nice walk around the block? Join other like-minded individuals for Gulfport Runners and Walkers 3.1 mile loop. Participants meet at Saltys in Gulfport, 5413 Shore Blvd. S. at 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday, follow the out and back 5k course at their desired pace, and return to Saltys for drinks and good company (food can be brought in from any local restaurant). Children and dogs welcome!

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36 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Live in Color Meditation Live in color meditations is the art of breathing in color. A new meditation class is held at the Gulfport Recreation Center on Thursdays. The class will be from 10:3011:30 a.m. The cost is $10 per class and $5 for seniors. For more information and questions, please call Rasheedah at 850-339-4668. Gulfport Rec Summer Program Get ready to splash into summer as registrations for Sthe 2014 Summer Program began Thursday, May 1 for Gulfport residents. Registration is for children who have completed kindergarten through age 14. Hours of registration are Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registrations for non-residents not enrolled in the School Year Child Care Program will begin Monday, May 19 for 30 children maximum. Annual registration fees are $17 for residents and $22 for nonresidents. The eight-week program (June 16 to August 8) cost is $275 for residents and $550 for non-residents, Pre-Camp (June 9 to 13) and PostCamp (August 11 to 15) cost is $77 trips. Preand Post-Camps are limited to 60 Gulfport residents only. Summer camp hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. with extended hours available until 6 p.m. for an extra charge. Detailed pricing is currently available at the Recreation Center, 5730 Shore Blvd. S. or on-line (mygulfport.us and follow the links: City Departments, Leisure Services, Rec Center). Packets now available. Call 727-893-1068 for any questions. Free IQuit Smoking Now Program smoking and improve your health? You can do it! IQuit is a personalized six week program. Participants will be provided with a supply of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) including patches, gum, lozenges and a workbook while supplies last. This program is sponsored by Gulfcoast North AHEC and by the Florida Department of Health. Must be 18 to participate. For classes and locations, visit ahectobacco.com/calendar.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 37 EqualitySo, its summer time, which means more grilling, later sunsets, and a lot of sand in my car. It also means we have a lot more kids roaming the neighborhood and that its time for PRIDE. I am proud to be a part of a community where equality matters. Which is why its so hard for me to write this column. Last week, the Gulfport chief of police and I were chatting about the recent bike thefts, and he said, Well, bike thefts always increase this time of year, when school gets out. I pointed out the only two arrests police had made in relation to those thefts were adult men. Adult white men, Id like to point out. I mention the white part because Ive heard more than one person blame that group of black kids riding their bikes around town, and it bothers me. Actually, theres a lot I hear that bothers me about how our loving community assigns blame and demands action. First, to those of you who say the judges should throw the book at the kids committing petty crimes (I believe someone actually suggested punching them in the throat and shooting them): Kids don't learn not to be criminals in jail. They learn that from their parents and, failing that, they learn it from their community. If you want a child to take the better path, include them in society, dont condemn them. If youre concerned about crime, help show kids how to make the better choice. Donate money or time to Gulfport Pirates, or Little League, the Childs Park YMCA or any number of youth organizations. Second, please don't assume it's all black kids. The two men arrested were white adults. It's tough enough being a black kid in south Pinellas without every ignorant person blaming you for things because of your skin color. I hear people bitch and bitch about kids today being too tied to their phones and video games and not playing outside "like we did when we were kids," but when they see kids riding their bikes or walking around outside and they happen to be black, all of a sudden, its a group of hoodlums. Every time I hear about roving bands of black kids stealing bikes I have to wonder, would we tolerate it if someone said gay instead of black? Pretty soon, well send a trolley full of LGBT supporters to PRIDE, and on the back about how we absolutely, positively do NOT discriminate about anyone living an alternative lifestyle. We do, however tend to ignore some of our mid-20th-century views about black people. I overheard a gay woman say, I know it was the black family because theyre poor and they have a lot of kids. While I understand that isnt how all gay people sound or that being gay doesnt mean you have no prejudices of your own, that someone who has likely experienced the harsh realities of other peoples prejudices would so brazenly express her own alarms me. Look, if youre a bigot about everything, I wont try to change you. I have better things to do with my time. But as for the rest of us, how about extending our acceptance (or, for some of you, tolerance) of people who dont look and act exactly like us to include black people? Its called equality, and its long overdue. I believe were familiar with the concept. Contact Cathy Salustri at CathySalustri@theGabber.com.

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38 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Aquamania, from front page organizer Lori Rosso. Since this was the third and the identity has changed all three years, Rosso said, this was the year that I hope will stick in peoples minds as we go forward. Debbie swept into town the same day as Aquamania. By comparison, this year the sun shone throughout the day. The morning highlight was Saber, the paddleboarding kitten. To help judge kayak races, and to offer beachgoers the rare chance to rent a kayak or standup paddleboard for the race, Kayak Nature Adventures received special permission to spend the day just inside the swim zone. Driftwood Jay, a Kayak Nature Adventures employee, brings his kitten to work. For Saber, that means a daily swim. A video at theGabber.com shows Saber making a beeline for the boat, but people onsite saw the kitten taking more leisurely paddles in Boca Ciega Bay. The dunk tank once again made an appearance, with Mayor Sam Henderson, Gabber publisher Ken Reichart, Gulfport Merchant Association President Lori Rosso and this reporter among those lucky enough to claim a seat in the tank. Gulfport Little League came to the dunk tank straight from the seasons closing ceremonies to demonstrate what theyd learned about pitching during the year. Throughout the day, business-sponsored goofy golf holes raised money for by Vice Mayor Christine Brown, let kids and adults decorate a rubber duck and race them along the beach. The day ended with the increasingly popular Recycle Regatta. The event grew see individuals enter alongside businesses. Gulfportian Don Chapman summarized the event: Small-town Florida at its best. Wa nt people to kno w what yo u re all ab out? Business Adve rt ising Fe at ur e Check Out This Exhibit at Creative Clay Five Years of Mail Art, collaborative paintings and drawings by Transition student artists, Creative Clay member artists, and Gibbs High School Pinellas County Center for the Arts students is open at Creative Clay, 1114 Central Ave., St. Petersburg and runs through June 18. The exhibit features a diverse colorful, realistic images represented on wood. All pieces sell for $40. The exhibit is made possible with support from Pinellas County Schools, Pinellas County Center for the Arts, City of St. Petersburg and Culture Builds Florida. The Transition Program for ESE High School Students in partnership with Pinellas County School System began in 2008. It is a collaborative relationship between Pinellas County Schools and Creative Clay, with a purpose to provide arts-related transition services for 18 to 22 year olds with learning, developmental and/or emotional disabilities. The program focuses on easing the transition from the school environment to post-high school goals of independent living and employment. Creative Clays vision is to make the arts accessible for all. Its mission is to provide expressive, educational and vocational opportunities in the arts for people with obstacles to arts access. Since opening in 1995, Creative Clay has served people with developmental, physical and emotional disabilities, as well as people in healthcare settings, children, veterans and provide outreach art experiences in our community. For more information, please contact Denise Baringer at 727-8250515 or baringerd@pcsb.org. 3rd Annual Recycling Regatta winner, Russ Matter, in full battle gear.

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40 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 Automotive Service POWER WINDOW & LOCK REPAIRMobile, licensed, guaranteed, call for free estimates. Mention this ad for Gabber discount. AllPowerAuto.com 727-322-3050 Caregivers LICENSED CNAWill Do Cleaning, Errands, Pet Sitting, Mom Sitting, You Name It I will Do It. References. Debbie, 727-565-9371, 727520-5720. QUALITY CARE-For You or Your Loved One. Licensed, Level II Background, 20 Yrs. Experience, CPR, Excellent References. Donna 727954-7316. Cleaning/Housekeeping PROFESSIONAL PRESSURE CLEANING Commercial/Residential, Bldg. Exteriors, Pool Decks, Driveways, Sidewalks, and Much More. Lic. & Insured, Excellent References, Free Estimates, Call Joey G., 727-851-1570. ANGIES LIST SUPER SERVICE AWARD3yrs. in a row. Professional Cleaning. Consistent, Detailed Cleaning Every Time. 32 Years Experience, Excellent References. Satisfaction Guaranteed. We do Windows too. Licensed, Bonded, Insured. ($25) Off First Time Cleaning. Gift Certicates Available 727-7430701.WENDYS CLEANING SERVICEIll clean your house like its mine. 20 Years Experience. Call for price. Guaranteed Satisfaction 727-481-8138. NATALEES HELPFUL SERVICESHouse Cleaning, Errands, Shopping, Pet Sitting, Just Ask. Reasonable Rates, No Job too Small. Serving St. Pete. 727-421-7895. THE CLEANING LADYReliable and Dependable. 18 Years Exp. Weekly, Bi-weeklyResidential, Move-outs. References Available. Please Call 727-686-7277. Computer Service B&B ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONSWe Have the Solutions to Your Electrical Needs. Lightning Protection. Fuses to Breakers, All Electrical Repairs & Installation. Senior Discounts. ER#13012577. 727-512-4250.AC ELECTRIC 727-345-3108Over 30 years. Experience. Residential & Commercial. New or Remodel work, Service Upgrades, Lightning Arrestors, Fans and Lighting Installed. State License #ER0007653. BILL DURETT ELECTRIC-Fuses to Breakers, Upgrades, Repairs, Ceiling Fans, Room Additions. Licensed/Insured, EC13003067. 727-642-5706. Handy Person CARPENTER DEPENDABLE!Have Tools Will Travel Trustworthy. Doors, Decks/Eaves/Rotted Wood, Etc. 26 Year Gabber Advertiser. Free Estimates, Lic. C-5754. 727-821-9973. CLEAN OUT-CLEAN UP APTS.Houses, Hauling, Pressure Cleaning, Handyman, Yard Work, Big/Small Tree Removal, Palm Trees, Trim/Rake, Call Sylvester, 727-460-8721. HANDY MAN SPECIALIZINGIn Kitchens, Baths, Flooring, All Exterior Work, Custom Interiors, Anything You Desire Were Ready For Hire, All Work Guanteed, Call Terry, 727-2804586. GERMAN HANDYMAN-30+ Years Experience, Any Job, Any Time, Nights, Weekends. Reasonable, Reliable, Honest, Guaranteed. Free Estimates, Senior Citizens Discount, 727-432-8369. Accounting Cleaning/Housekeeping Electrical PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $15 per issue. Call 727-321-6965. PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $15 per issue. Call 727-321-6965.

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 41 Home Improvement RESCREENING-1 Panel OK. Window Screens, Pool Cages, Sunrooms, Screen Rooms, Carports, Hurricane Windows/Screens, Concrete Slabs, Sot/Facia. Visa/Master Card, Free Estimates. 727-804-4300. RX11066857. A OLD TIME ROOFING CO. Residential, Commercial. All Types, Shingle & Tile Specialists. Old Time Workmanship & Integrity. Let A Old-Timer Do It! For all Veterans up to $450* Rebate. Licensed RCC0051451 and Insured. 824-9996. Call for Details. ABOVE ALL ROOFINGAll Types of New Roofs and Repairs. Affordable, dependable Top Quality European Craftsmanship Over 40 years serving our community! Lic.#CCC1326212. Call 24/7 for free estimates. Ofce: 727-360-0500, Jacek: 727-686-2875, Ollie 727-458-4355.HARDWOOD EXPERTSMake your Old Floors Look New Again. All Types of Wood Floors. Sand and Finish, Stain. Call for Free Estimate. 727-542-0882. Licensed/Insured #01858. Lawn/Landscape EAST OUTDOOR SERVICESMowing starting at $20/lawn. Gutter cleanouts, tree trimming, springtime planting. Honest, Reliable, Licensed. 20+ Yrs. Experience. Call Eric at 727-612-4200.NEIGHBORHOOD LAWN CAREMowing, Trimming, Edging, Clean-Up, Quality Service, Reasonable Rates, Free Estimates, Licensed & Insured. Senior Discount. 727202-7557. www.jimshepperd.com Heat/Air Conditioning Home Improvement Heat/Air Conditioning ROOFING LEAK SPECIALISTResidential/Commercial, Repairs/Reroof. Shingles, Tile, Flat. Quick Response. Quality Work at Reasonable Rates. References. Insured/Licensed. #CCC1330056. Call 727277-9502

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42 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 ALL LAWN & LANDSCAPING-Property Maintenance. To Many Services to List. Florida Certied. Call Tony 727-639-2199, Ofce, 3471123, Licenced & Insured. LAWN & HAUL-Affordable Prices. Roof Cleaning, Mowing, Hedge/Tree Trimming, Brush Removal, Code Violation Clean-Ups, Debris Hauling. Dependable. Senior Discounts. Dave, 727-215-2229. EXPERT SPRINKLER REPAIR Rich Moseley, Irrigation Contractor. 25 Years Experience. Reasonable Rates. Well & Pumps. 439-0792. Lic.#C8312. BBB Accredited. Moving/Hauling DANS HAULING-727-341-1135. Full Service Clean-ups. Drop Off Trailers. Painting PINNIX PAINTING INC.Interior, Exterior. In Business Locally Since 1980. Free Estimates. Commercial Residential References Upon Request. Lic. #C4334. 727-641-1888. WHEN QUALITY COUNTS-Trust Masters Painting. Making happy customers for 30yrs. Pressure Cleaning, Honest, Reliable. 727-3441674. References/Guaranteed. Lic.#C4749. Recommended on Angies List. BEACH CONST & PLUMBING SERVICES#C7128. Senior Discounts, All Plumbing Needs. No Overtime Charges. 40+ yrs. Experience. 727-421-4903. Bill Strickland. $69 DRAIN CLEANINGSenior & Military Discounts available, 24 hour emergency service, no overtime/trip charge. Call Now! Lic.#CFC1428321. 727-678-4471. Small Engine Repair Miscellaneous Service BARTENDER SERVICES-Add some Zing to Your Next Event with an Experienced Bartender. Call Sue and Be a Guset At Your Own Party! 727-867-0744. Business Opportunity HOMEMADE ICE CREAM STORE-Newly Constructed, Very Busy Store and Strip Mall Area, Dipping & Soft Serve, Only One in Area. New Owner has to Move. Like-New Equipment, Extremely Low Rent, $29,000 o.b.o. 727-215-4806. Help Wanted NOW HIRING SALES ASSOCIATES Start Immediately, F/T, P/T, Paid Every Friday, Benets Included, www.mcahiringnow.com, 407245-7318. DELIVER PHONE BOOKSWork your own hours. Must have: Insured Vehicle; be at least 18 yrs old; valid DL. No experience necessary. 1-800-518-1333x224. www.deliverthephonebook.comVISITING ANGELSMature companions, homemakers, CNAs needed for elderly adults. Flexible schedule. Call Visiting Angels today. 727-822-3034. EXPERIENCED HANDYMANWith Truck & Tools, 727-415-0404. DRIVERS $5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!Great Pay! Consistent Freight, Great Miles on this Regional Account. Werner Enterprises: 1-855517-2507 Lawn/Landscape Plumbing Plumbing

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 43 VINTAGE GREETING/POSTCARDSEarly 1900s, $300 OBO, 327-8370. Automotive 1993 GRAND MARQUIS-Cold A.C. Always Starts & Runs Good! $1600 o.b.o. 7276920775. 2000 CHEVY CAVALIERAuto, 68,700 miles. Maintenance Records. Runs Great! $2,600 Call 727-321-5786ABC JUNK CARSWeve Paid the Most Cash For Junk & Unwanted Vehicles for Over a Decade Now. No Lies Just Honest Business. So Call us First or Call us Last, but Call Us! 727-458-7710 ARE YOU BUYING A USED VEHICLE??Mobile Electronic Diagnostic Specialist with Scanner, 25+ Years, Will Show You Everything About the History of the Vehicle and More! $35/hr. Doug. 727-505-8346. PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $4.50 per issue. Call 321-6965. SCOOTER THREE WHEELER-Inatable, Excellent Condition. New Batteries, Baskets. $1400. 347-3413. Furniture/Appliances AC CONDENSER/COILBOX-Goodman (3.5 ton) 410A. Like New, $400. 347-3413. COUCH & LOVE SEATBoth Recline, 4 Months Old, $1599 New, Sell $500, 727-8672474. BEAUTIFUL ISLAMORADA RATTAN-Caster Dining Set from Leaders Furniture with Oversized Etched Glass Top (62 x 42), 4 Chairs and 2 Matching Stools. Fabric Maui Sky (Light Blue). New $2,800. Asking $800. Email: callsharonrst@aol.com for pictures and/or call 727-455-6553 with any Questions. LAZYBOY OTTOMAN-(44x25) with Storage. Italian Pattern. $200. Email callsharonrst@ aol.com for pictures and/or call 727-455-6553 with any questions. KENMORE WASHING MACHINE-Like New, Works Great, Large Capacity. $125 cash obo. Call Kim 727-481-5859, or 630-802-2063. WICKER SLEEPER SOFA-w/Nautical Pattern. $200. Email callsharonrst@aol.com for pictures and/or call 727-455-6553 with any questions. MARBLE DININGROOM TABLE-w/8 Chairs. $400. Email callsharonrst@aol.com for Pictures and/or Call 727-455-6553 with any Questions. MODERN KINGSIZE BEDROOM-Set w/Attached Side Tables and Two Large Mirrored Cabinets. Includes Foundation and Mattress, $600. Email callsharonrst@aol.com for pictures and/or call 727-455-6553. 4 PIECE BURROW WOOD SETCoffee Table, End Table, Game Table w/side drawers. $375 O.B.O. 5 Piece Kitchen Table Set, $150. o.b.o. Ofce Desk, $85. Call 727-481-5300. General FIBERGLASS TOPPERw/Locking Windows, Nice! Fits to Chevy S-10, $1200 New, $150 Firm, 727-871-0169. DUANE SHINN PIANO COURSE52-week Crash Piano Course, 13 DVDs and 8 Lesson Books, Works! $300 obo, Call Wes, 727-4858820. GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Waterfront Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for Info and Dates. 321-5717. A/C UNITMaytag 18000 btu, 208-220 Volt, Will Do 800-900 SqFt, In Wall, No Windows, Works Great and Can Plug in For Test, $100 Firm, 727-871-0169. Health & Fitness ALBS EXERCISER-Stomach Exerciser. Complete Assembled. Excellent Condition. $60. 727-344-1203. Marine BOAT SLIPS FOR RENT-From 25 to 55 Sail of Power. $7.55/F. Easy Access to Gulf. Ample Parking. Madeira Beach 727-641-6465. SEARAY 17 BOWRIDER4cyl., Alpha1, O/D. Trailer, Many New Items. Best Offer Or trade for sailboat.727-560-2508. BABY GRAND PIANO-French Provencial w/ Bench. Shoninger. $1500. Call 727-481-5300. Wanted GLIDER SWING WANTEDAdult Platform, Face to Face Style. 727-343-3544 Legal Notices FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Gerald L. Hobby, sole proprietor desiring to engage in busiPLACE YOUR AD HERE$15.00 for 20 words, includes notarized afdavit of publication and tear sheet. $5.00 notary fee. 321-6965. NOTICE OF ACTION FOR PETITION TO RELOCATE WITH MINOR CHILD/SUPPLEMENTAL PETITION TO MODIFY PARENT ING PLANJennifer Mary Feddon, You are notied that a petition to relocate with minor child has been led for your child and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to Steve Ullum whose address is 3922 Casaba Loop, Valrico, FL 33596 on or before 7/7/2014, and le the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa, FL 33602 or (Mailing address) P.O. Box 3450, Tampa, FL 33601, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Yard/Garage Sale BIG SALE!Homemade Bread, Books, Homemade Cookbooks, Luggage, Jewelry Boxes, Dishes, Mugs, Glass Vases, Glucose Meters, And More! Fri & Sat 8-? 3920 52nd Ave. No., St. Pete 5136 11TH AVE. S.-Thur. Fri. & Sat. 9am.2pm. Lots of Clothes, Furniture & Good Stuff! THE GYPSY QUEENSEstate Sale, June 13-14, 1430 Sea Gull Drive S., 9-5, Silent Auction Items, Waterford Crystal, Stained Glass, Antiques, Collectables and More, Cash/Credit Only, Preview at www.thegypsyqueen.biz. 1201 55th St. S.-Huge Sale! Friday, Sat. & Sun. 8a.m.-? Guitars, Banjos, Amps, Records, Sexy CDs, Tires, Maytag Dishwasher, Furniture, Karaoke Players, CDs, Tools, Stuffed Toys, Books, Electronic Drum, Damanaged Cadillac (70,000 miles), Lots More!. 4534 21ST AVE. S.Saturday 9-2 Desk, Computer, Ofce Chairs, Clothes, Shoes for Adult/ Children. Jewelry, DVDs. TREASURE ISLAND-630 115th Ave. Sat. June 14, 8a.m.-2p.m. Lots of Misc. Items and Some Furniture. LARGE ESTATE SALE-4635 29th Ave. S. Sat. 8a.m.-? No Early Birds. Antiques, Furniture, Collectibles, Nautical. Misc. (Across from Gulfport Marina). Antiques Cycles/Scooters Musical Instruments

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44 Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 FOUND CHILDS BLANKET-Blue. Says I Love My Daddy. Vicinity 11th Ave. & 60th St. S. 727-345-7953. FOUND PHONEFound at Aquamania, Call To Identify, Ask For Bunny, 727-321-1698, 727-430-1737. Card of Thanks THANKS ST. JUDEFor Prayers Answered. M.D.L. MAY THE SACRED Heart of Jesus be adored, gloried, 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. Thank You, Jesus. V.A. PRAYER TO ST. JUDE This novena has never been known to fail. This novena must be said for 9 consecutive days. Publication must be promised. Oh Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles, near kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special patronage in time of need, to you I have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom God has given great power to come to my 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 Glorias. V.A. PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN O most beautiful ower of Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. O star of the sea, help me and show me here you are my mother. O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in necessity (make request). There are none that can withstand your power. O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. (3 times.) Holy Mary, I place this cause in your hands. (3 times.) Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days and then you publish it and it will be granted to you. Thank you, 4 Elena PRAYER TO ST. JUDE This novena has never been known to fail. This novena must be said for 9 consecutive days. Publication must be promised. Oh Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles, near kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special patronage in time of need, to you I have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom God has given great power to come to my 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 Glorias. R.S. POWERFUL PRAYER TO HOLY SPIRIT Holy Spirit, you who solves all problems, who lights all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who give me the divine gifts to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances of my life you are with me, I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things and conrm once again that I never want to be separated from you, even in spite of all material illusions. I wish to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy toward me and mine. HTCT Lost & Found Card of Thanks NEVER FAILING PRAYER TO ST. MICHAEL St. Michael, the Archangel, Defend Us In Battle; Be Our Defense Against the Wickedness and Snares of the Devil. May God Rebuke 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. Comfort Me in My Difculties 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 Innite Pity in Regard to Favors I ask of You (Name Them) So That I May Be Able To Overcome All Difculties as You Did the Dragons at Your Feet. Our Father (Say 3 Times). Hail Mary (Say 3 Times). Glory Be (Say 3 Times). This Prayer is to be Said 9 Tuesdays, in Succession 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 Matter How Difcult, Before the Termination of 9 Tuesdays. V.A. POWERFUL PRAYER TO HOLY SPIRIT Holy Spirit, you who solves all problems, who lights all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who give me the divine gifts to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances of my life you are with me, I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things and conrm once again that I never want to be separated from you, even in spite of all material illusions. I wish to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy toward me and mine. The person must say this prayer for 3 consecutive days. After 3 days the favor requested will be granted, even if it may appear difcult. This prayer must be published immediately after the favor is granted, without mentioning the favor, only your initials should appear at the bottom. V.A. PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never Known to Fail) Oh, most beautiful ower of Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Sea, help me and show me here you are my mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to secure me into my necessity (make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (3) times. Holy Mary, I place this cause in your hands (3) times. Say this prayer for three consecutive days and then you must publish and it will be granted to you. V.A. Happy Talk

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Gabber June 12 June 18, 2014 45 55+ CONDO-Popular Community. Desireable 1st Floor. Totally Updated Lg. 1Br/1BA. Porch, Pond View. Close to Clubhouse. Great Location. Yearly only. $725/Mo. HELENES REALTY. 727-410-7076. 3950-1/2 3RD AVE. N.-2BR/1BA, CHA, Fenced Yard, $695 + $600 Security, 727-5609733. CHATEAU TOWERS-S. Pasadena. Bay View. 5th oor. 2BR/2BA, Open Granite Kitchen, Newer Appliances, New W/D, Wood/Tile Floors. New Carpeted Bedrooms, New Bathroom Vanities/Ceiling Fans. Hurricane Shutters. $1200/Mo. plus 1st/last/security. Yearly. Available 1st Week of June. 727-543-6761 Ed. ST. PETE BEACH-Large Efciency, Newly Renovated, Walk to Beach, Trolley, $610/Mo includes water, maintenance. No Dogs. 727345-7036. TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reasonable Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney Karen S. Keaton, Gulf Beaches Law, P.A. at 727-822-2200. 3BR/2BA APT.Walk-In Closet, 1642 49th St. So. 2nd Floor Apt. With Nice Porch. 727-5276102. TOWN SHORES CHATHAM1BR/1BA 55+, $765/Mo. Annual, Security. Free cable, gas, water. Available 7/1. Non-Smoking, Small Pet OK. References. 727-343-4930, PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $15 per issue. Call 321-6965. PASADENA 2BR HOUSE-$795/Mo. Enclosed yard. Ceramic oors, Central Location Close to Beach. (2nd Ave. S./66th St.). Free parking lot. 727-459-4579. Furnished Rentals BAY ISLAND-1BR/1.5BA, Completely Furnished. Balcony with Water Views, 55+, Gated, Pools. 1 Year Rental $900/Mo. Possible Short Term. 727-424-5214. ART DISTRICT/WATERFRONT-1BR Cottage with orida room. Fully Furnished. Includes, Cable, Internet, All Linens, Dishes, Pots/Pans. $800/Mo +Electric & $500/Deposit. Small Dog ok with deposit. 727-345-4060. GORGEOUS RENTAL ONLY $1200/MO.Furnished 2/2 heavenly waterview. Excellent condition, recently updated, recreational facilities, pool, and many other amenities. 727-2027784. Vacation Rentals GULFPORT FURNISHED DUPLEX2BR/1BA, Laundry, One Car Garage, Lawn Care Included, Seasonal Available. Now Nov. 2014. $1200/mo. 727-424-6085 Real Estate Wanted LOOKING FOR 1/1 or 2/1-Long Term Rental. House, Bungalow, Duplex. Needs CHA, W/D/ Hookup, Porch. Needs Clean, Quiet, Nonsmoking. Excellent References. Cat Friendly. 808-385-2767. ST. PETE DOUBLEWIDE-2BR/2BA, 55+ $8,000. Lot Rent $325. Walk-in Closets. New A.C. Fans, Washer, Skylight, Marble Floors, Carpet. 727-258-8672. 2BR CONDO PLUS FLORIDA ROOMW/D, Furnished, 55+. 1st Floor, Lovely Patio. Available July 1st. 727-343-8191. Ser ving the Entire Bay Area DUPLEX FOR SALE BY OWNERApt. A unfurnished, Apt. B fully furnished rental. Totally restored. 5039 29th Ave. S. Priced reduced to $195,000. 727-418-7272. www.Gulfport-Florida-Rentals.com RENOVATED CONDO 55+Gateway Squares. 2BR/2BA. 951 79th Ave. North. Owner Financing Avail. $52,000 Janet Brooks Realtor. 727393-5555, 727-420-5257. FIVE TOWNS 55+ CONDO-Corner Unit. 1400 Sq. Ft. Excellent Condition. Remodeled Kitchen w/Extra Cabinets. So Much Storage. Updated Baths. Walk in Closets. Carport. Small Pet OK. Pool Behind Bldg. Popular Community. $81,500. HELENES REALTY. 727-410-7076. Real Estate for Rent Real Estate for Sale Real Estate for Sale

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