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VIEWPOINTSAngel Castillo Jr.Prosecute money-formurder instigators, columnist says. ... Page 13A. Library agreement takes shape By BOB McCLURESEMINOLE City leaders took the first step Sept. 25 toward a possible new inter-local agreement for the operation of the Pinellas Public Library Cooperative by approving a draft proposal. The next step will be for City Manager Frank Edmunds to submit the 18-page document to Pinellas County leaders for feedback. The purpose of the agreement is to allow the cooperative to continue offering library services throughout Pinellas County. The current agreement, which went into effect in 2001, expires on Sept. 30, 2013. In addition to the Seminole Community Library, other members of the cooperative are the Clearwater Public Library System, Dunedin Public Library, East Lake Community Library, Gulf Beaches Public Library in Madeira Beach, Gulfport, Largo and Oldsmar public libraries; Palm Harbor Library, Pinellas County Talking Book Library, Pinellas Park, Safety Harbor, St. Pete Beach and Tarpon Springs public libraries; and the St. Petersburg Public Library System. For the past year, the city managers of the consortium have been working on a revision allowing the coop to continue after its current expiration, said Edmunds. Among the primary changes is a change in governance, whereby a city providing the service will have a greater representation on the governing board. It does slightly improve the definition of the funding formula whereby the county will be obligated to fund their share of the cost. Edmunds said 85 percent of the co-ops expense is currently funded by municipalities and 15 percent by the county. By BRAD RICHARDSONSEMINOLE Bruce Blowers music and spiritual journey has taken him from Seminole, Pinellas County and around the world while singing the praises of God. At 25, Blowers has always had a close relationship with Christ, which has helped him grow from the young standout musician to Christian rock artist. When he is not practicing with the self-entitled Bruce G. Blowers Band, he is a youth director and worship leader in St. Petersburg, while also teaching guitar lessons. I am wearing a lot of hats so to speak, said Blowers jokingly. Those hats have always changed from time to time. I have always been involved with a lot of things and I think that I would get stir crazy if I didnt have my hand in so many facets of the music. I could see myself getting bored. The band consists of Blowers on lead vocals, keyboard and occasionally on guitar. Brian Wheeler is on drums, Dion Fabrizio and John McQueeny on guitar, and Michael Lee on bass. Blowers sister Brianne also sings background vocals and on occasion his older brother, Brendan, will rap in a few of the songs. Blowers and his band played on familiar ground on Sept. 22, performing in front of loyal fans, family and friends at a free concert at First Christian Church in Seminole. For him and the band, playing not just for fans, but also for God, gives them no better feeling; its like being at home. We are all friends and we are all doing it for the right reasons, said Blowers. With the power of music, we can touch lives of all ages. We want to lift up the name of Christ and worship. Features Business . . . . . . . . . .12A Classieds . . . . . . . . .5-7B County . . . . . . . . .2-3, 5-6A Entertainment . . . . . . .1, 3-4B Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Outdoors . . . . . . . . . .15A Police beat . . . . . . . . . .6A Seminole . . . . . . . . . .7-8A Sports . . . . . . . . . . .14A The Beaches . . . . . . . .10-11A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .13A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising COUNTYReclaimed water restrictions startSeasonal reclaimed water restrictions for Pinellas County Utilities customers began Monday, Oct. 1, in accordance with Pinellas County Code 82-3. These reductions help avoid reclaimed water shortages during Floridas traditional dry seasons, October to November and April to June. From Oct. 1 to Nov. 30, irrigation with reclaimed water supplied by Pinellas County is limited to three days per week, based on the residents home address. ... Page 2A.Sheriff candidates discuss issuesTampa Bay Newspapers asked the three candidates for Pinellas County Sheriff to complete a questionnaire with information to help citizens decide whom to vote for in the upcoming election. Bob Gualtieri and Scott Swope responded. Greg Pound did not respond. ... Page 3A.POLICEWoman injured in watercraft crashA 25-year-old Sarasota woman was seriously injured when the personal watercraft she was riding crashed into her boyfriends watercraft Sept. 29 north of Johns Pass Bridge, along Madeira Beach. Pinellas County Sheriffs Marine Unit deputies, along with the Madeira Beach Fire Rescue and Treasure Island Rescue, responded to a call for help at 13070 Gulf Blvd. ... Page 6A.SEMINOLEAmendments forum set at SPCA special pre-election forum on 11 proposed state amendments to the Florida Constitution is planned Thursday, Oct. 4, 6 to 8 p.m., at St. Petersburg College. ... Page 8A.THE BEACHESIslettes award 7 scholarshipsThe Treasure Islettes organization has awarded $8,400 in scholarship funds for the 2012-13 school year. Three new recipients include: Kanya Sornsong-Wilder, Richard Spottke, and Tyler Wood. ... Page 11A. See LIBRARY, page 4ASeminoles Bruce Blowers has enjoyed a truly spiritual journeyLiam Neeson stars in action thriller Taken 2Also performing that weekend will be Bonnie Raitt and the Avett Brothers ... See page 1B. Abair & Friends play annual Jazz Holiday on Friday, Oct. 19 Volume XXXIV,No. 26 October 4, 2012 www.TBNweekly.com 092712Lowest Mortgages In Fifty Years!727-394-2265Theres No Place Like Home. 13611 Park Blvd. Suite G, Seminole 393-9854080212Nadia ONeal, D.D.S., P.A. Where your changes your life. 100412 See Opening this week ... Page 3B.New deal would continue cooperative past current 2013 expirationGod and music Bruce Blowers See BLOWERS, page 4AMail ballots headed out By SUZETTE PORTERLARGO Activities are heating up at Supervisor of Elections offices throughout Pinellas County ahead of the Nov. 6 general election. Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark mailed more than 256,000 ballots to registered voters Oct. 2, in addition to the 2,986 shipped out Sept. 21 to absent military and overseas voters. Clark is advising residents that the 2012 ballot is four pages long and requires two ballot cards. Besides the federal, state and local candidate races, it includes 11 proposed state constitutional amendments and a Pinellas County School District referendum. Clark encourages registered voters to request a mail ballot and avoid lines at the polls. Request a mail ballot by visiting www.votepinellas.com, calling 464-VOTE (8683), or email ab sentee@votepinellas.com. Be sure to include your date of birth. The Elections Office will send out additional mail ballots daily as requests are received. Daily ballot requests and ballot mailing updates are posted at www.votepinellas.com, look under the General Election Information link on the home page.Voter registration deadline is Oct. 9The deadline to register for the Nov. 6 presidential election is Tuesday, Oct. 9, and all new applications or party changes made by mail must be postmarked by that date. The Supervisor of Elections offers a variety of ways to register or make changes. Residents See ELECTION, page 4A Street beautification Photos by BOB McCLUREWorkers from Buccaneer Landscape and Management of Pinellas Park plant new sabal palm trees Sept. 26 in the median of Seminole Boulevard at 51st Avenue. The project was paid for through a $21,000 Florida Department of Transportation rehabilitation grant. A similar project is also planned on Seminole Boulevard near 102nd Avenue.

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AHOTz TIPHotz Insurance727.321.6646Ext. 114or E-mail: HotzInsurance@ tampabay.rr.com092012A Homeowners Policy Is Not AONE SIZE FITS ALL!Your home is one of your most valuable assets and the policy should beTailored Just for your needs and for your home!To check the Fit, call: Wednesday, Saturday & SundayMUSTANG FLEA & FARMERS MARKETOPEN 7 AM 1 PM 3 Days a Week!8001 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park062112 Restrictions in effect for reclaimed waterCLEARWATER Seasonal reclaimed water restrictions for Pinellas County Utilities customers began Monday, Oct. 1, in accordance with Pinellas County Code 82-3. These reductions help avoid reclaimed water shortages during Floridas traditional dry seasons, October to November and April to June. From Oct. 1 to Nov. 30, irrigation with reclaimed water supplied by Pinellas County is limited to three days per week, based on the residents home address. The mandatory seasonal restrictions state: Watering is prohibited in the daytime between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. No reclaimed watering is permitted on Monday. If your house number ends in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6, 8), water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. If your house number ends in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7, 9), water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. If your property contains a mix of addresses or if an address cannot be determined, such as common areas associated with a residential subdivision, water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Overwatering can damage a lawn. Customers are encouraged to limit irrigation with reclaimed water to three days a week or less throughout the year to promote a healthy, drought-tolerant lawn with deep roots. For more information, contact Pinellas County Utilities at 464-4000 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/utilities.Tourist Development Council needs to fill vacanciesCLEARWATER Applications are now being accepted for four-year appointments to Pinellas Countys Tourist Development Council. The Tourist Development Council and staff of Visit St. PetersburgClearwater are responsible for making recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners on matters relating to the Tourist Development Tax. This tax is used to strengthen the local economy and increase employment through the ongoing promotion and development of Pinellas Countys tourism industry. Currently, four positions on the Tourist Development Council are open to individuals involved within the local tourism industry. Two of the open positions must be filled by owners or operators of hotels, motels, recreational vehicle parks or other tourist accommodations subject to the Tourist Development Tax. Applicants must also be registered to vote in Pinellas County. Applications are available online at www.pinellascounty.org /tdc/pdfs/2012-TDC-Application.pdf, or are available by mail or email from Commission Chairman John Morronis office, jmorroni@pinellascounty.org. Applications must be completed and returned to Commissioner Morronis office no later than the close of business on Wednesday, Oct. 10. The Board of County Commissioners will review all applications and make their selections at the Tuesday, Oct. 30, Board of County Commissioners meeting. Send requests for an application by mail to: Chairman John Morroni, Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners Pinellas County Courthouse, fifth floor, 315 Court St., Clearwater, FL 33756 For more information, visit www.pinellascounty.org/commission.County hosts hazardous waste collectionST. PETERSBURG Residents can get rid of hazardous and unwanted electronics and chemicals Saturday, Oct. 6, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Azalea Middle School, 7855 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Pinellas County Solid Waste offers this service free to county households. Businesses should arrange for drop-off and payment by calling Creative Recycling at 813-621-2319 for electronics, or EQ Florida at 813-319-3400 for chemicals. Household electronics and chemicals, such as TVs, cell phones, computers, paints, motor oil, fertilizers and batteries, should never be dumped in the regular trash, drains, storm sewers or on the ground. These products can be harmful to the environment and to the people handling them if they are not disposed of properly. For more information on mobile collections, what to bring and what not to bring, call Pinellas County Solid Waste at 464-7500.Briey The Beacon. A tradition in your neighborhood.

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My opponent has neither investigative operations bureau nor judicial operations experience. The sheriff is responsible for court security at five court houses and serving hundreds of thousands of court orders and other judicial process each year, he said. I have hands-on and current management experience in all aspects of the Sheriffs Office. I havealso demo nstrated that we can do more with less as we have cut the budget and reduced crime by 12 percent over the last three years. Further, crime is down another 8 percent for the first half of 2012. Swope believes his business education makes him the better candidate. I have a finance education, which will enable me to properly manage a $212 million budget. I also have a clear sense of priority for public safety in law enforcement, while my opponent has proven that he does not share my same sense of priority, he said. Swope contends that the Sheriffs Office has been mismanaged for several years. He said he wants to restore integrity and public confidence in the Sheriffs Office, focus limited resources on public safety law enforcement and restore the morale of the deputies. I want to make Pinellas County a safer place to raise a family, he said. Gualtieri said he wants to continue serving as sheriff because I care about our community and I want to keep Pinellas County a safe place to live and work. I love my job and care deeply about our community. The most significant thing I want to accomplish is to continue operating the Sheriffs Office in a cost-efficient and effective manner. First and foremost, I want to ensure we keep the county safe by continuing to reduce crime. We also need to effectively manage the jail population and maintain jail diversion programs that save taxpayer money.Biggest challenge aheadGualtieri said the most pressing issue facing the Sheriffs Office is keeping Pinellas County safe while working within a significantly reduced budget and dealing with a projected county general fund budget deficit of another $30 million over the next several years. The money is simply not there to add employees or services so we have to work within what we have, he said. Gualtieri said, if elected, he would continue to look for ways to operate efficiently and make budget reductions through consolidations. We have already cut much of what can be eliminated while maintaining adequate service levels. We now need to focus on functional consolidations with other county and city entities. There are duplicative services, such as dispatch services, that we can consolidate to save money countywide, he said. Swope agrees that the most pressing issue at the Sheriffs Office is budgetary problems. When you have a law enforcement agency that is undergoing a significant budgetary crisis, you need the leader of that organization to have a clear focus on where those limited funds ought to be allocated, he said. Currently, they are being allocated wrong. The current interim sheriff has shown his inability to properly allocate limited resources when he eliminated the Fugitive Section, the DUI enforcement unit and the human trafficking task force detective. These cuts put the citizens of Pinellas County at greater risk. At the same time these cuts were being made, the interim sheriff was spending countless dollars on doing surveillance of a legal business and raiding Internet sweepstakes cafes. These two examples are just a few of the investigations that were performed at the cost of other major public safety issues. If elected, Swope said he would ensure that the limited resources were allocated with a clear sense of priority for public safety law enforcement, including reinstating the Fugitive Section, the DUI enforcement unit, and the human trafficking task force detective. For more information on Gualtieri, visit www.bobforsheriff.com or call 727-251-5105. For more information on Swope, visit swopefor sheriff.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com /swopeforsheriff. By SUZETTE PORTERIncumbent Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, the Republican candidate, is up against two challengers for his job in the Nov. 6 general election Democrat Scott Swope and write-in candidate Greg Pound. Gov. Rick Scott appointed Gualtieri to the office of sheriff in 2011 after former Sheriff Jim Coats resigned early to spend more time his wife, who is battling breast cancer. Gualtieri defeated former Pinellas County Sheriff Everett Rice with 57.36 percent of the vote in the Aug. 14 primary. Tampa Bay Newspapers asked the three candidates to complete a questionnaire with information to help citizens decide whom to vote for in the upcoming election. Pound did not respond.About the candidatesGualtieri, 50, is originally from Syracuse, N.Y. Hes been a resident of Pinellas County for 32 years. He and his wife Lauralee Westine, 40, have three children, ages 23, 21 and 6. Swope, 43, of Palm Harbor, has lived in Pinellas for 35 years. He is married to Margaret Swope. The have two children ages 9 and 12.QualificationsGualtieri began his career with the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office 30 years ago working in the Pinellas County Jail. He then served as a Dunedin Police officer before returning to the Sheriffs Office as a patrol deputy. He worked throughout the Sheriffs Office for approximately 15 years before leaving to attend Stetson University College of Law. After graduating from law school, he practiced civil litigation in Tampa. In 2006, Sheriff Jim Coats asked him to return the Sheriffs Office as general counsel. Sheriff Coats then appointed him as his chief deputy where he was responsible for the dayto-day operations, as well as overseeing the delivery of legal services to the agency. After graduating from Largo High School, Swope worked as a dispatcher for the Largo Police Department from 1986 to 1988. He then worked for the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office from 1988 to 1994. According to his website, at age 19, he was the youngest deputy ever hired. While at the Sheriffs Office, he worked as a field-training officer and served as a traffic homicide detective. He has a bachelors degree in business finance from the University of South Florida, which he earned while worked as a full-time deputy. He left the Sheriffs Office to work on his law degree and currently share a law practice with his wife. Swope said his business education, law enforcement experience, investigative experience, law school, quasi-judicial experience, as well as an even temperament and ability to lead others makes him qualified to serve as sheriff. He also pointed to his strong ties to the community.Best qualifiedWhen asked why he was more qualified than his opponent, Gualtieri said, My opponent left the Sheriffs Office as a deputy over 18 years ago and has not had any law enforcement experience in the past 18 years. My opponent has no law enforcement management or supervisory experience and when he worked in law enforcement, he only worked in patrol. My opponent has never prepared or been responsible for any aspect of the Sheriff Office budget. This is my fifth year preparing and being responsible for our budget and over the past four years, we have reduced our general fund budget by $108 million and eliminated 616 positions. Gualtieri explained that more than 50 percent of the Sheriffs Office operation goes to operating the 3,200 inmate county jail. My opponent never worked in the jail, as I did, much less does he have any qualifications to run it Bob Gualtieri Scott SwopeBay Pines tightens tobacco restrictionsIn support of the organizations commitment to Be Tobacco Free, the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System tightened tobacco use restrictions Oct. 1 at the main Bay Pines VA Medical Center campus in St. Petersburg and at all of the systems outpatient clinic locations. The restrictions come as part of the healthcare systems revamped tobacco use policy and corresponding campaign to promote tobacco cessation intended to move the organization toward a 100 percent tobacco-free environment. The new policy has been in effect since July 1. The revised system policy prohibits tobacco use of any kind by employees, patients, contractors and visitors on all Bay Pines VA owned or leased properties except in designated smoking areas. The Bay Pines Be Tobacco Free campaign is an ongoing effort to raise awareness of the effects of tobacco use through education and the promotion of tobacco cessation resources and support. Dr. Glenn Rechtine, associate chief of staff for education, Bay Pines VAHCS, said he hopes to see tobacco use decline dramatically across the system as a result of the policy and subsequent enforcement efforts. This is an important and necessary step to safeguard the health of our veterans, their families, and all of our dedicated health care providers and employees who visit and work here, Rechtine said. As a public institution charged with the health and welfare of our nations heroes, it is our duty to provide an environment conducive to health and healing. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States.

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4A SEB Beacon, October 4, 2012Under terms of the proposed agreement, the county would provide financial support equal to that of the co-op members, which would be calculated on a per capita basis. Also, the maximum the county could levy for library services is .5 mill per year. The co-ops board of directors would be made up of nine directors and two non-voting ex officio members. One of the nine directors would represent Seminole, Safety Harbor and Oldsmar and would serve a two-year term. In other action: The City Council approved on final reading a fiscal 2013 tax millage rate of 2.4793, which is 4.09 percent decrease from the rolled back rate of 2.5849. Councilors unanimously adopted on second reading the fiscal 2013 general fund budget of $14.86 million, the special events fund budget of $89,150 and the tree/landscape mitigation fund budget of $50,000. The general fund figure represents an 8 percent decrease in spending from a year ago. Edmunds reported the Firefighters Pension Trust Fund lost $1.05 million for the quarter ending June 30. Total assets in the fund are $32.5 million. The total return from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 was 1.66 percent. The actuarial assumption is 7.75 percent, which means the city will have to make up the difference. Edmunds said The Kiwanis Club of Seminole has asked the city to use the property north of the former Seminole Chamber of Commerce building on 113th Street for its annual Christmas tree sale. This years sale will begin Monday, Nov. 12 and go through Friday, Dec. 21. Edmunds announced that St. Petersburg College would soon be erecting a sign for its proposed marine science center at Hurricane Hole, just east of Madeira Beach Elementary School. The college also plans a natural habitat trail that the city would be a partner in. No other details were released. Edmunds reported that five of 11 proposed Florida Constitution amendments would have impact on local government financing, according to information from Pinellas County Property Appraiser Pam Dubov. Edmunds said if amendments 2, 4, 9, 10 and 11 pass, it would cause an estimated reduction in taxable values in Seminole of $16.5 million, which would result in an estimated $41,000 decrease in tax dollars for the city. These are all constitutional amendments and we have to be very, very careful what we put onto a sacred document like the Florida Constitution, said Vice Mayor Leslie Waters. Putting unnecessary things that could perhaps be passed by the Legislature instead of amending the Constitution needs to be looked at. Councilors passed a motion to retain Gulfport Vice Mayor Sam Henderson as the citys rep on the Pinellas Planning Council. Henderson represents Belleair, Belleair Bluffs, Gulfport, Kenneth City, South Pasadena and Seminole. LIBRARY, from page 1AFor many musicians in the Seminole and Pinellas music community, Blowers has always been viewed as a child music prodigy at a very young age. However, when looking back, Blowers had a different view of his music talents. In fact, one thought that never came to mind was that he would ever be in a rock band. I wouldnt refer to myself as a prodigy, said Blowers. One thing that set me apart was that I was mature musically at a younger age. I would play piano for hours, write songs, and listen to Mozart while also getting involved immediately in music composition and conducting at an early age. For Blowers family, music has been a gift that was passed down long before he picked up on the piano. Blowers said that he always gets overjoyed seeing both his parents, Rosanne and Kevin, always sitting in the front row with a big smile on their faces. My mom was a singer and her side of the family is very musical, said Blowers. My grandmother was a singer and grandfather was a drummer and they were in a band called the Debonairs. In their heyday, they would do events at the Vinoy and the Coliseum. My dad is the best support anyone could ask for. Often times, he comes early to gigs and helps set up or move gear. When he was 10 years old, Blowers found a piano keyboard under his parents bed and began to play it. He learned to play music just by hearing it at first and then playing it back. He continues to do the same thing to this day when writing songs with the band, he writes music by ear. The first thing that I played by ear was a simple version of Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee by Beethoven, said Blowers. One of my favorite things to do was pick out movie music scores on television and play them on the piano. I eventually wrote the song God Made Everything with just two chords. It was even played at my church. Blowers, however, would become known musically on one instrument, the oboe. In fact, Blowers stated that at one point, he thought he would be destined to play another instrument. I picked up the oboe in fifth grade. Originally I thought I would be playing the clarinet. I knew a girl that went to my church that played the oboe during church services on Sunday. She brought it one day and when I first played it, I was able to get decent sounds. Ill admit, its not the easiest instrument to learn to play. Throughout his youth, Blowers was homeschooled before making the transition to music theory college courses and eventually high school BLOWERS, from page 1Amusic classes. He became dual enrolled at St. Petersburg College and joined the Seminole High School Wind Ensemble. Daniel Chip Wood, director of bands at Seminole High School, said Blowers was a multitalented individual in composition and performing that added to the wind ensemble program right off the bat. When he first arrived, he wasnt even tall enough for his feet to hit the floor when he sat in the chair, but pro duced a gorgeous sound on his oboe, said Wood. You could tell right away he was a talent that would be able to do anything with his musical career. He spent four years in the program and developed into a fine musician with just lots of talent to offer, while setting the excellence bar high at a very young age. Playing at Seminole High taught me a lot, Blowers said. Immediately, I hit it off with Mr. (Daniel Chip) Wood and everyone was so welcoming. I just loved the band program. I had some wonderful experiences that helped boost my confidence to be on stage and perform. During high school, he was first oboe for five different ensembles including Pinellas Youth Symphony and Tampa Bay Youth Orchestra. He received the honor to play in Carnegie Hall for National Festival Orchestra. He would also get notoriety in the music community when members of the Florida Orchestra and the Tampa Bay Symphony would play his written instrumental compositions. That was a fascinating experience for me. I just remember pacing back and forth. I mean come on its the Florida Orchestra for goodness sake. They are going to play it absolutely brilliantly. But to hear something played that I wrote, I have always felt more nervous to hear something of mine performed when I wasnt the one performing it. When his senior year came to a close in 2005, Blowers had to make the very tough and contentious decision of where music would take him and how it would play into his future. I probably could have continued oboe performance and continued working hard and get into a conservatory specifically for oboe, said Blowers. The reason I didnt was because I didnt want to play oboe for the remainder of my career. I thought I would be tied down. He ultimately chose to continue taking courses at St. Petersburg College. Blowers said that it was his long time teacher and mentor Professor Vernon J. Taranto Jr. that encouraged him to stay. There, his music theory was expanded further and he even learned to sing opera. He also started to write music, which he hoped, could become part of a standout venture from classical compositions roots. Many of the songs that he composed made it onto his first album, Through Glass, which was released in the December 2009 through Oh Good! Studios in Lakeland. I remember so many people saying to me, Wait a minute I thought you played oboe and wrote compositions and things like that! There was no oboe on the album in any of the songs. People I knew described (Through Glass) as a new direction or venture so to speak. I wanted to pay tribute to the classical training in piano and vocal performance and then kind of amp it up just a little bit. That summer, Blowers was invited to go to Greece with Love Song International mainly to do worship and leadership. Originally it wasnt to promote the album, per se, but rather to spread the word of Christ through his lyrics. My music was well received, he said. I was there for over a month and I just loved being there. There were so many different nationalities represented and it really reminded me that music truly is the universal language and that everyone could relate to the message. After returning, he took the position of middle school band director at Grace Lutheran Church before taking the job of worship leader and student ministries director at Christ United Methodist Church in St. Petersburg. In fact, the person that inspired him to take the job was the choir director at the church; Blowers mentor professor Taranto. Their contemporary service was looking for a worship leader and Dr. T. recommended me to take the position, Blowers said. One thing that I have always been passionate about that I wanted to share with the other staff members is the passion I have for finding people to use their gifts for the glory of God. He took his experiences and within two years was able to get the songs going for the second album, Let Me In, which was released in 2011 under Loki Music group in Deland. He said since he learned so much from being in the studio and out in the world, that he wanted his second album to be so much different while combining new elements. I wanted this album to be even more polished as far as the production of it, Blowers said. Having been through that process of recording and having two years to say, Okay I really learned a lot in that process. Even with the song writing that is on this new album, there is a lot or growth and maturity. Within that time, Bruce was also able to find love. He married his girlfriend Jacqueline in 2011. Even during performances, the song Bridge To You on his new album, is always dedicated to his wife. It is written for her, Blowers said. She lived in Sarasota and I lived in St. Pete and I literally wrote that song while driving on the Skyway Bridge. She is super supportive and is a huge inspiration for me to continue to push myself musically. Blowers continues to perform around the Tampa Bay area at local churches. For his third album, he would like to add elements of the band, plus new experiences that he learned along the way. For more information about Blowers and his band, visit www.brucegblowers.com. His CDs and songs can be purchased on his website or on iTunes. Seminole jewelry store spans 3 generationsPhoto by BRIAN GOFFThe owners and staff of Johnston Jewelers in Seminole are, from left, Doug Johnston, Michele Whitney, Chris Stivers, Sherry Johnston and Grant Johnston. By BRIAN GOFFSEMINOLE Forty years ago, William Johnston moved to Seminole, opened a jewelry store and began a business that has now spanned three generations. Johnston Jewelers, 10401 Seminole Blvd., is celebrating its 40th anniversary this fall and if the enthusiasm expressed by the latest generation of Johnstons, 40 more years is not beyond the realm of possibility. Grant Johnston, 29, is Williams grandson and has been involved in running the business since 1999. His dad Doug, 52, is still very much involved in the business that he joined when he was 16, nearly 34 years ago. But it all began with William Johnston. William learned watch making when he was in the Army during World War II. After that stint he went to watch-making school and opened a jewelry store in Seaford, N.Y. in 1948. Two years later he moved to Florida and worked in various places forvarious companies until he opened Johnston Jewelersin Seminole. In 1972 the first store was located in the plaza at Park and Seminole boulevards where the Burlington Coat Factory is now located. They moved to the current location on Seminole Boulevard in 1981. William Johnston, 90, retired some time ago, but his company continues to be operated by his son and grandson. His son, Doug, as a teenager, began hanging out at the store after school and took a liking to it. He began to study custom design work and manufacturing and became part of the business. His son Grant got his start much the same way. Grant Johnston speaks with confidence as he relates how the company has managed to weather the recent downturn in the economy. Weve had the same faces here for all these years, he said. Were family and our name is what we have. So we have to give service and loyalty to our customers if we expect to get loyalty back. It must be working because Grant says 90 percent of the companys business is repeat or referrals. It may come as no surprise to learn where the focus lies in the jewelry business. The biggest part of our business is bridal, said Grant. Weve seen a trend where bigger stones are in and younger people are buying them, they are buying nice big extravagant stones. The average engagement ring today sells from between $2,000 and $7,000, and thats being bought by a young man just starting out. Grant recalls the day when gold wasnt as expensive as it is now. Back in the 1970s gold wasnt as high, he said. It was $33 an ounce back then. Today it is $1,784 an ounce and were approaching an all-time high. Six months ago it was $1,900 an ounce and it is headed that way again. The change in gold prices has caused a change in the jewelry business. As soon as the gold prices went up a lot of people started liquidating gold, so we started to buy it from them, said Grant. Nowadays we arent selling as much gold, but people are still buying stones, they just arent buying that 20 gram gold chain, it is just too expensive. According to Grant, for the most part, not much has changed in the jewelry business over the years. Just like everything else, styles change from time to time, he said. But diamonds are timeless, mountings may change, colors of gold may change but the saying diamonds are forever really indicates that overall not much had changed. Except for one thing perhaps: There was a phase a while back when people were into nugget Jewelry, he said. Nuggets were formed when gold was melted into a mold, the shape of a nugget. They were big chunks that men wore them on rings, and they were on links for bracelets. Now very few people want a nugget any more. The future of the jewelry business, according to Grant, is sound. Well always be around due to the nature of what we are selling, he said. Gold and diamonds are international and will always hold their value. And even when prices fall occasionally there is always somebody ready to move in to buy it. The future for Johnston Jewelers in particular, seems assured with future generations of the family. I have three sons, 8-year-old twins and a 2year-old, said Grant. I would hope they can keep the business going. My goal is to grow this thing and possibly branch out into more stores in different parts of the state, and have something they can take over and each have a store. Were up in the air on future plans, we might just want to keep our eggs in this one basket, but we do have growth in our future. Johnston Jewelers is planning an invitation only customer appreciation event on Oct. 6 to mark their 40th year in business.40 years in businesscan register or update their voter information in person at any Supervisor of Elections Office, Tax Collector Office, public library, or government office handling social services. Applications also are available online at www.votepinellas.com. Click on the red Register to Vote button in the menu bar. Voter registration applications also can be used for any voter or signature updates. Voters who are already registered to vote in Florida do not need to re-register. However, if you have moved, you should update your address. Address changes within the state can be made by calling 464-VOTE(8683) or emailing election@votepinellas .com. Be sure to include your date of birth.Address changes from another county made at the polls will require a voter to cast a provisional ballot (except for active military and their families). Name and party changes may be made by sending a signed, written statement to the Supervisor of Elections, 13001 Starkey Road, Largo, FL 33773. Be sure to include date of birth or voter ID number. Clark also has scheduled a number of voter registration events and demonstrations of the optical scan voting system throughout the county. Residents can register to vote, update their voter information, and request mail ballots at any of the following events: Wednesday, Oct. 3 Voter Registration/Education, St. Petersburg College Tarpon Springs, 600 Klosterman Road, Tarpon Springs, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4 Voter Registration/Education, St. Petersburg College downtown, 244 Second Ave. N., St. Petersburg, 4 to 6 p.m. Voter Registration/Education and Voting System Demonstration, Young at Heart Senior Health Fair & Fun, 1500 16th St., Palm Harbor, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7 Voter Registration/Education, Island Chapel, 1271 Pinellas Bayway, Tierra Verde, 9 to 11:30 a.m. Voter Registration/Education, University of South Florida College Fair, University Student Center, St. Petersburg, 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8 Voter Registration/Education, Central Florida Institute, 30522 U.S. 19 N., Palm Harbor, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Businesses and organizations may schedule a voter registration event by calling 464-5700 or emailing votered@vo tepinellas.com. For an updated registration event list, visit www.votepinellas.com and select News and Events on the left-side menu. Then select Voter Education/Registration Events. ELECTION, from page 1A Mutts and Music Photo by BRAD RICHARDSONSeminole High School band director Daniel Chip Wood, left, displays the Tournament of Roses Parade flag with Tournament of Roses president Sally Bixby during the band boosters Mutts and Music fundraising event Sept. 29 at Seminole City Park. The Warhawks Marching Band will participate in the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif.

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His phones are answered by a Bondsman 24 hours a day and they are known as the Bondsman to the Stars and Celebrities of the Tampa Bay Area as well as the general public. As Charter Members of the National Association of Independent Bail Bond Agents, they offer: Easy Payment Plans, Financing Available, Collateral: Not Always Needed, and Bonds that can be done By Fax Or Phone. Visit their website www.integritybailbonds.florida.com to view the types of bonds they offer and the Bail Contracts. Their goal is to Bring Families Back Together. One Call to 727-592-0744 can relieve a lot o f stress for your family.Located at 13585 49th St. No. in Clearwater-CALL 24/7 Ph: 727-592-0744.Administrative Advocates can get you the benefits you deserve. INTEGRITY BAIL BONDS are the Warrant/ Walk Thru Experts: Offering Easy Payment Plans!10412 6A County Police beat Police beatFisherman nabbed on outstanding warrantTREASURE ISLAND A day of fishing resulted in a visit to jail for a Tampa man on Sept. 12. Gregory Allen Barr, 28, of Tampa and Troy Daniel Ogburn, 22, of York, S.C., were fishing without permission at Gators, 12754 Kingfish Drive, when police were summoned to get rid of the pair. Bryan Drygal of Gators requested police to issue trespass notices to the two men and in the process police discovered an outstanding warrant on Barr for felony violation of probation and failure to appear in court. Barr was booked into Pinellas County Jail. Ogburn received a trespass notice.Woman injured in watercraft crashMADEIRA BEACH A Sarasota woman was seriously injured when the personal watercraft she was riding crashed into her boyfriends watercraft about 2:27 p.m. Sept. 29 north of Johns Pass Bridge, along Madeira Beach. Pinellas County Sheriffs Marine Unit deputies, along with the Madeira Beach Fire Rescue and Treasure Island Rescue, responded to a call for help at 13070 Gulf Blvd. in Madeira Beach Saturday afternoon. According to Marine Unit deputies, Lauren Bell, 25, and her friend, John Geletka, 49, also of Sarasota, had rented and were each riding a personal watercraft north of Johns Pass Bridge, along Madeira Beach. At one point Bell headed south, Geletka followed. Both were traveling at a high rate of speed with Geletka trailing behind about 20 yards. According to deputies, Bell made an abrupt 180-degree turn. Geletka was unable to avoid collision, crashing into Bells watercraft head-on. Deputies said Geletkas personal watercraft traveled over the top of Bells, impacting her head and face and ejecting her from the watercraft. Deputies said Geletka turned back for Bell, got her out of the water, was able to put her on his personal watercraft and began yelling for help as he transported her back to shore. Bell was transported by air to Bayfront Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries to the head and face. Deputies say the injuries are non-lifethreatening. Alcohol does not appear to be a factor. The investigation continues.Public turns in 847 pounds of drugsLaw enforcement collected nearly 847 pounds of prescription drugs during the eighth Operation Medicine Cabinet Sept. 29. Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies say this was the second highest amount of medication collected during a take-back event. The record was set Aug. 27, 2011, when the public turned in 1,038 pounds of expired or unwanted medications. Almost 9,530 pounds have been collected at Operation Medicine Cabinet take-back events and drop-off containers in Pinellas County since the program began in May 2009. The total does not include the drop-off container weights for September 2012. The four-hour event on Sept. 29, held in conjunction with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administrations Take Back Day, took place at nine locations throughout the county and included the participation of eight law enforcement agencies. The breakdown of medication collected from each of the participating agencies is as follows: Pinellas County Sheriffs Office 145.9 pounds, including 106.4 pounds collected at the sheriffs administration building parking lot in Largo and 39.5 pounds at the North District Station in Dunedin. Clearwater Police Department 345 pounds Largo Police Department 145.54 pounds Pinellas Park Police Department 62.7 pounds Gulfport Police Department 50.94 pounds St. Pete Beach Police Department 18.3 pounds Tarpon Springs Police Department 63.45 pounds St. Petersburg Police Department 15 pounds Deputies thanked LiveFree Coalition personnel, the Narcotics Strategic Diversion Task Force Investigators, all the participating law enforcement agencies for their assistance in a successful operation, as well as the media for their assistance in getting the word out about the event.Permanent drop-off locationsResidents can drop off expired or unused medications during business hours at Operation Medicine Cabinet drop boxes located at two Sheriffs Office locations: The Sheriffs Administration Building, 10750 Ulmerton Road, Largo The Sheriffs North District Office, 737 Louden Ave., Dunedin If possible, please safely remove medications from bottles and place in zip lock bags. Liquids should remain within their original containers and the caps secured with tape. Remember to remove labels from the bottles and destroy them. This program is for the public, and not for commercial use, including doctors offices. Any prescription drug or medicine used for people or pets, including pills, liquids, inhalers, patches and EpiPens will be accepted. Syringes and medical equipment are not accepted. For more information, contact the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office public information office at 582-6221.10 arrested at Oldsmar DUI checkpointOLDSMAR Ten people were arrested between 10 p.m. Sept. 28 and 3 a.m. Sept. 29 when Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies conducted a DUI checkpoint in the parking lot of Lockheed Martin, 3655 Tampa Road in Oldsmar. The goal of the sobriety checkpoint was to raise awareness that will help reduce injuries and save lives; as well as enforce the Sheriffs Office zero-tolerance for drinking and driving/drug consumption and driving. Results of the operation included 10 arrests on 16 charges, including five for driving under the influence, two for no valid drivers license, one for possession of paraphernalia, two for possession of marijuana, one for unlawful possession of a firearm, two driving on suspended or revoked license, one trafficking in hydromorphone, one possession of suboxone and one failure to obey lawful command. Sixteen citations were issued and 11 vehicles were impounded. Deputies reported that 2,042 passed by the checkpoint with 483 diverted. The average intrusion time was one minute, 39 seconds.Man arrested for attempted murder, arsonLARGO A Clearwater man was arrested Sept. 26 for four counts of attempted first-degree murder and one count first-degree arson in connection with a Sept. 16 fire at 1801 South Lake Ave. in Largo. Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies arrested Thomas Cservak, 29, during a traffic stop at Highland and Drew in Clearwater. He was transported to the Pinellas County Jail where he is being held without bond. Deputies responded to the Sept. 16 fire about 2:50 a.m. Three people were in the home, including a child. All exited safely. According to detectives, Faith Ann Ferry, 20, of Largo and Taylor M. Rafferty, 18, of Pinellas Park were caring for a 4-year-old Pinellas Park girl in the home. Deputies say the three were sleeping when they were awakened by a crashing noise and discovered a fire in the front of the home. Detectives say during the course of the investigation, they developed information that Cservak had committed arson at the Largo home. Detectives say details of the arson are not releasable at this time. They can only say that the fire was intentionally set because of a domestic related situation. The investigation continues.

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Cost: Free Fun for the whole family! Funds from the concession benets the Fireghters' Benevolent Fund which is used to help victims of tragedy in our community and also helps many families throughout the holidays. Contact: Nick DelGrosso (727) 687-4494. June 19thWurlitzer Pipe Organ ConcertDate: Every 3rd Tuesday of the Month Time: 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Cost: Free Location: City Auditorium 7690 59th St. N. Relive the golden years of theatre as lovely melodies are played on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Organ. The organ, lovingly restored by the Central Florida Theatre Organ Society, creates the sound of a full orchestra including a variety of percussion instruments and a bevy of sound effects. Performance is FREE to the public. Bring your lunch and enjoy the show. Contact: (727) 557-6087 or 504-7012. June 24thOpera In The ParkDate: Sunday, June 24th Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Performing Arts Center Address: 4951 78th Ave. N. Cost: Free admission and refreshments. A complimentary performance featuring favorite Opera, Broadway and Italian Love Songs. Contact: (813) 447-9152 or visit www.tampabayopera.com. June 23rdOpen Speed ShowDate: Saturday June 23rd Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Equestrian Center at Helen Howarth Park Address: 6301 94th Ave. N. Cost: Free admission to the public. Come out and enjoy these magnicent animals and their riders as they compete in timed events! All ages will compete. Concession available, to benet mounted patrol. Contact: (727) 423-7812 Patti Fiedler 6712 BIGGER WAGONWHEELFLEA MARKET062112 OPEN Every Sat. & Sun. Rain or Shine7801 PARK BLVD., PINELLAS PARK50 ACRES 2,000 BOOTHS727-544-5319 Live Entertainment Around town Amendments forum planned at SPCSEMINOLE A special pre-election forum on 11 proposed state amendments to the Florida Constitution is planned Thursday, Oct. 4, 6 to 8 p.m., at St. Petersburg College. The forum, free and open to the public, is co-presented by SPCs Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions and the Collins Center for Public Policy, and is co-sponsored by the Tampa Bay Times, WUSF Public Media, and WEDU television. It will be held in the Digitorium of the Seminole campus, 9200 113th St. N. Debating the pros and cons of the amendments will be a distinguished panel: Tara Newsom, associate professor of social and behavioral science, St. Petersburg College. Aaron Sharockman, deputy editor for government and politics, Tampa Bay Times. Tony Carvajal, chief operations officer, the Collins Center for Public Policy. Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan, associate professor of political science and associate director of the Bishop Center for Ethical Leadership and Civic Engagement, University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Frank Alcock, associate professor of political science, New College of Florida, will moderate. Admission is free but advance registration is requested. Register at spcollege.edu/solutions, or phone 394-6251 for more information.Freaky Friday program slatedSEMINOLE The city of Seminole plans a Freaky Friday kids night out program Friday, Oct. 5, 7 to 11 p.m., at the Seminole Recreation Center. This months theme is fun factor, which includes a slice of pizza and a drink. The evening will include messy games and food projects. The cost is $10 for recreation members and $15 for nonmembers. Call 391-8345.Stetson professor to address DemocratsSEMINOLE The Greater Pinellas Democratic Club will host Stetson Law School professor Michael Allen Thursday, Oct. 11, at Banquet Masters, 8100 Park Blvd. Allen will discuss the Florida Republican Partys decision to oppose the retention of three Florida Supreme Court justices on the Nov. 6 ballot. He also will address the 11 amendment proposals on the ballot. The event starts with cocktails at 6 p.m., followed by a buffet dinner at 6:30. The public is invited. Cost is $15. To RSVP, call Betty Morganstein at 360-3971.Car raffle tickets still availableSEMINOLE The Kiwanis Club of Seminole is conducting a raffle for a 2012 Mini Cooper that will benefit the Seminole High School marching band and its fundraising efforts to participate in the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade. The club is purchasing a 2012 Mini Cooper Baker Street Limited Edition from Mini of Wesley Chapel for about $25,000. Raffle tickets are $25 each. Club members hope to sell 4,000 tickets, which would raise $100,000 and net about $75,000 after the expense of the car purchase. The drawing will be held Saturday, Oct. 6, at the conclusion of the bands annual Seminole Sound Spectacular event at Seminole High. For ticket information, call 481-5419. The Tournament of Roses Parade is Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif.Rotary Club plans Oktoberfest eventSEMINOLE The Rotary Club of Seminole Lake plans its Oktoberfest and Musicare Festival Saturday, Oct. 20, noon to 6 p.m., at the Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. Admission is free. Amenities will include German music, craft vendors, a silent auction and brats and beer for purchase. The musical lineup includes the Mainstream Band, Blues All-Stars, Ocean Road Band, Rick Bankemper, the Teran Brothers and a Johnny Cash tribute. For more information, email slilo8300@gmail.com.Fall Festival set at Seminole UMCSEMINOLE Seminole United Methodist Church, 5400 Seminole Blvd., plans its Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 20, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will include games for children of all ages plus square dancing, musical entertainment, and hay rides. Parking and all activities are free. Children can bring a used or new toy to turn in at registration and shop for a new treasures at the churchs Toy Swap Shop between 1 and 2 p.m. Unclaimed swap items will be donated to charity .Cirque event at retirement homeSEMINOLE Cirque at the Square, a benefit for the Alzheimers Association of Tampa Bay, is set Thursday, Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m., at Lake Seminole Square, 8333 Seminole Blvd. The event will feature acrobats and entertainers performing daring feats. Those attending can enjoy complimentary drinks and dessert while watching the program. A live auction will follow. Admission is $10. To RSVP, call Jamie at 392-3932. Bouseman honoredPast Rotary district governor John Bouseman, right, was recently honored by the Rotary Club of Seminole for his contributions over the past five decades. President Marianne Fisher, center, presented him with a plaque and a check representing a scholarship in his name to the Movement School. Rotarian Scott Malone, left, founded the school as the only free standing, accredited educational school in Florida, specifically for physically challenged children.Photo by GENE STERN

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Owners B.G. & Roy Diehl092012 The Beaches 11A Along Gulf Boulevard Beaches Relay event plans kickoff partyTREASURE ISLAND Relay For Life of the Gulf Beaches plans a kickoff party Wednesday, Oct. 17, 5:30 to 7 p.m., at the St. Pete Beach Recreation Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive. Those attending the free event can find out how to start a team, fund raise and where the money goes. Attendees will have a chance to win a flatscreen TV and a 2-night stay at the Sunset Vistas Resort. Those planning to attend should RSVP to event chair Stephanie Chambers by Oct. 10 at sccham bers13@gmail.com.TI Chamber plans Monte Carlo NightTREASURE ISLAND The Treasure Island Chamber of Commerce plans Monte Carlo Night on Friday, Oct. 19, 6 to 10 p.m., at the Treasure Island Community Center. Admission is $50 per person or $90 per couple, which includes $2,500 in play money for nonChamber members and $3,000 for members of the chamber. Games include blackjack, craps, roulette, 3-card poker, Texas Hold em and slot machines. There also will be two cash bars, 50/50 jackpots and prize drawings. For more information or to purchase tickets, call the chamber at 360-4121.Treasure Islettes award 7 scholarshipsTREASURE ISLAND The Treasure Islettes organization has awarded $8,400 in scholarship funds for the 2012-13 school year. Three new recipients include: Kanya SornsongWilder, Richard Spottke, and Tyler Wood. Sornsong-Wilder attends the Pacific Northwest College of Art; Spottke is seeking a Bachelor of Applied Science in finance at St. Petersburg College and Wood attends Portland State University where he is majoring in computer science. The returning recipients are: Amanda Culp, Nicki Kharzouz, Lidija Barauskas and Katherine Gomez.Culp is majoring in architecture at the University of Florida where she is seeking a bachelors degree in design. Kharzouz is seeking a bachelors degree in accounting at the University of Central Florida and Barauskas is attending Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Gomez has started work on a doctorate at UCF.The Treasure Islettes, a womens club founded in 1955, funds scholarship monies from its year-round weekly bingo games at the Treasure Island Community Center on Thursdays at 6:45 p.m. Since its inception, The Treasure Islettes has awarded nearly $400,000 to students. For info on joining the Treasure Islettes, contact this years president Marian Alton at 360-0164. Scholarship information for prospective applicants can be obtained from Treasure Islettes, 138 107th Ave. No. 116, Treasure Island, FL 33706 (attention Scholarship Chair).Brick sale to honor veteransMADEIRA BEACH The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary in Madeira Beach is selling personalized bricks to honor veterans. The bricks will be used in its recently dedicated military memorial wall and mural. Bricks are available in 4-inch by 8-inch and 8inch by 8-inch sizes. They will be engraved by laser and permanently mounted to the entire wall surrounding the mural. The Auxiliary is located at 299 Boca Ciega Drive. Call 391-5185 for prices and to place an order.Indian Shores POA plans happy hourINDIAN SHORES The Indian Shores Property Owners Association plans its monthly happy hour gathering Wednesday, Oct. 10, at The Pub, 5:30 to 7 p.m. For further information, call Art Newsome at 4180220.RBPOA plans annual Wine Fest eventREDINGTON BEACH The Redington Beach Property Owners Associations annual Wine Fest Gala is set Saturday, Nov. 3, 6 to 10 p.m., at Friendship Park on 164th Avenue. Proceeds will go toward the organizations scholarship fund. In addition to wine, beer will be available as well as light hors doeuvres donated by a variety of nearby restaurants. Local entertainment Bills Night Out will provide music. Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door. 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12A Business Beacon, October 4, 2012 062112When you need help.helpforyourelder.com Statewide Advertising Network727-397-5563Email: classified@TBNweekly.com090612 100412 Short Sales Residential/Commercial Closings 1031 Exchanges Reverse Mortgages For Sale By Owner Packages Available 8640 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772 Seminole Title Company 392-5906081612 Whats Sellingin Pinellas County This single family home has over 2,188 square feet of living area. Corner lot with split plan, open family room, kitchen combo. Separate living and dining room combo with a complete updated kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless appliances. Laura HarrisonRealty Executives Adamo 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Seminole St. Petersburg Pinellas Park Redington Beach $198,000 SOLD Large family room gives you plenty of room to play. This split plan needs paint and some updating, but its well worth it. Tom CatoRealty Executives Adamo 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths $124,000 SOLD Short Sale. 3/2/1. 1,574 sq. ft. located in the heart of Pinellas Park. Close to bus line, schools, shopping and more. Not in a flood zone.Caroleanne VoracRealty Executives Adamo 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths $89,700 SOLD Walk to the beach! Property features 3BR.2BA in the main house and a 1BR/1BA in-law living area w/kitchenette & separate entrance. Terrazzo floors, vaulted ceilings & many updates.Sandy Hartmann & AssociatesRealty Executives Adamo 4 Bedroom/3 Bath $230,000 SOLD100412 100412 For more info about me & my listings, scan this QR code or visit my website at www.MaryKSells.com.Century 21 Hall of Fame Member & Centurion Producer The Mary K Team Mary Kottich, Realtor727-398-7771 x1011727-510-5251MKottich@aol.comExperiencedKnowledgeableHard WorkingDependableDetail Oriented 8668 Park Blvd. Ste G Seminole, FL 33777 www.MaryKSells.com Shipwatch Condo2BR/2BA/1CG w/1,312 Sq. Ft. 1st floor, Conservation View Near Beach, Water Access 1 Pet OK, 90 Day Lease $159,900 Sawgrass Townhome3BR/2.5BA/2CG w/1,420 Sq. Ft. Like new Built in 2010 Open plan, Vaulted ceilings Community Pool $154,000 Largo Short Sale2BR/1.5BA/1CG w/845 Sq. Ft. Handyman Special Close to Beach Inground Pool $85,000 Clearwater Townhouse3BR/2.5BA/2CG w/1,566 Sq. Ft. Townhouse w/pond view Fresh paint & carpet Bonus enclosed FL room $115,900 REDUCEDI would like to thank the following 2012 customers for choosing me for their real estate needs. Without them my continued success would not be possible!Arthur & Marta Cabral, Erna Poecker, Robert & Janet Casavant, John & Gina Pask, Henry Martin & Arthur Cook, Clay Waite & Robert EunemanThank You!Sincerly,Mary K 4350 Duhme Rd., Madeira Beach, FL 33708For more details visit C21champs.com/MLS.Ad EMORY BLDG. AT FIVE TOWNSNice clean and move-in condition and priced to sell with covered parking. This is not a short sale, just a really good buy. Walk to main clubhouse. 6 pools to choose from with one in your backyard. Complex is close to major retail stores, malls, grocery, restaurants, beaches and the Bay Pines VA Hospital. Great recreation amenities: 6 pools, 2 clubhouses, tennis, shuffleboard, card rooms, large auditorium, library and fitness center. Many planned social activities, dances, dinners, clubs, etc. Community bus with scheduled stops. It's a great time to buy! MLS#U7531259. Cover & Dudinsky. $62,500. 3BR/1.5BA + DEN AND POOLNeeds work but nice property. 1,226 sq. ft. block and stucco home that has had some renovations. Nice small kitchen, tile floor, central air & heat. Large backyard with in-ground pool. Convenient to everywhere. No flood insurance is required. MLS#U7537585. Devine. $100,000. ATTENTION VETERANS AND ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLYHere's your chance to own an affordable recently renovated home on a dead-end street located in a quaint Largo neighborhood. In front there is a one car garage plus a covered carport. A relaxing sun room overlooks the vinyl fenced yard. Inside you'll find a completely renovated kitchen with solid wood cabinets, Energy Star qualified appliances, granite counter tops, tile flooring and re-textured ceilings. Many new features in this house have been installed with energy efficiency in mind including a solar-powered attic fan, R-30 insulation and programmable digital thermostat. Impact rated windows and doors are a plus and a new hurricane rated garage door. Close to Eagle Park and Largo Cultural Center as well as the gulf beaches, restaurants and banks. Income limits & land use restrictions apply. MLS#U7553659. Schroeder. $109,000. PERFECTLY DESIGNED 4/3.5/3 POOL HOME.Stylish custom built 2 story home is both comfortable in size and tastefully designed. The charming pool and covered Lanai are ideal for family enjoyment with brick pavers and bird-caged pool for easy maintenance. Updated kitchen features maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances and quartz counter tops. Huge inside laundry. Huge master suite, 3 other bedrooms and an office. Oak hardwood floors throughout with vaulted ceilings and skylights. Double fireplace splits the great room from the billiards room. Sunken formal living room and formal dining. Large side yard for RV/boats and rear yard has buffer lot from the neighbors. Located on a private cul-de-sac. Walking distance to all schools and the beach. No flood insurance required. MLS#U7554072. Barrett. $499,500. LUXURY IS AFFORDABLE HERE!Good value and convenient location. Top floor with water view and panoramic view of tropical landscape, pools, lagoon, tennis courts, Intracoastal Boca Ciega Bay, walking trails, shuffleboard court and water fountains. Covered boat slips for rent when available. Thriving and vibrant atmosphere. For one low monthly service fee you get one large lifestyle. MLS#U7554314. Riskin. $73,900. SOUGHT AFTER WILLIAMSDALE SQUARENice 2BR/2BA/1-car garage home featuring tile floors, hurricane shutters, lovely landscaping and updated double-pane windows. Located within 1 mile of Madeira Beach in a popular neighborhood. Well maintained home. No flood insurance needed! MLS#U7555083. Adams. $142,000. MOVE-IN READY CORNER LOT HOME IN ST. PETEMint condition! Updated solid oak kitchen cabinets with lots of utilized space. A/C approx. 5 years old. Roof is 10 years old. Newer water heater. Extra blown-in insulation in attic for better energy efficiency. Newer irrigation system on well with timer. Nice 18" tile throughout with carpeted bedrooms. Home sits on a corner lot and is beautifully landscaped including three nice oak trees. Short drive to Tyrone Mall, restaurants and more. Quick access to I-275 for easy commute to downtown St. Petersburg and Tampa. MLS#U7556384. McEntire. $125,000. BOCA CIEGA POINT CONDO.2BR/2BA corner unit with lovely water view and great outdoor patio area to relax and enjoy the Florida sunshine. Tile and wood floors. Updated kitchen and appliances and bathrooms have also been redone. 55+ community features clubhouse with exercise room, heated pool, tennis courts and a 54 hole putting green. Come enjoy the Florida lifestyle! MLS#U7557672. Sundell & Enright. $205,000. TIMBERWOODSOffers great private views and lush landscape. This villa is an end unit and features vaulted ceilings, eat-in kitchen, inside laundry, split bedroom plan. 2 walk-in closets and a vinyl enclosed porch. Covered parking. People-friendly community with heated pool, tennis courts and an active clubhouse. 2 pets allowed with no restrictions on pet weight (just breed). Motorcycles and trucks allowed. No age limits. Enjoy morning walks or a bike ride in Seminole Park. Close to shopping and the Interstate. MLS#U7558019. Clark & Hamilton. $90,000. GREAT WATERFRONT HOME3BR/2BA just blocks from Treasure Island Beach and minutes to the Gulf of Mexico by boat. Roof, 3 Ton A/C, composite dock and new boat lift added in 2006. The house has newer windows and the enclosed porch was converted to a sunroom with a vaulted ceiling. This is the best buy on Treasure Island don't miss this Waterfront deal! MLS#U7559766. Jourdenais. $380,000.100412 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Real Estate Championswww.c21champs.comEach Ofce Independently owned & operated727-398-2774 050312 Biz notes Drawing for dollhouse The Thorn Collection, Coldwell Banker is featuring a drawing for a pink Melissa and Doug dollhouse during the Belleair Bluffs Block Party. To register for the drawing, stop by at 598 N. Indian Rocks Road prior to or during the event, which is being held Thursday, Oct. 4, 4 to 7 p.m. in the 400 to 600 block of Indian Rocks Road. Shown with the dollhouse are Martha Thorn, left, and Cheri Davis.Beaches Chamber, Sollie honoredST. PETE BEACH The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce received the Chamber of the Year award Sept. 20 at the annual state conference of the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals. In addition, Beaches Chamber president Robin Sollie was named 2012 Chamber Professional of the Year. Both awards were evaluated by a panel of judges and were selected based on total number of points earned in the areas of marketing, events, budget, retention, fiscal responsibility, board organization, internal operations, technology and innovation. For information on the Beaches Chamber, call 360-6957.Beaches Chamber plans October mixerST. PETE BEACH The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce plans its annual Flip Flop Fling at the Postcard Inn, 6300 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach, on Friday, Oct. 12, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The cost is $10 for members and $20 for future members. For more information or to register, contact Amanda Page at 3606957 or RSVP@tampabaybeaches.com. Robin SollieReal estate news Prudential names top associatesSEMINOLE Prudential Tropical Realtys Seminole office recently named the August top Realtor-associates in the Seminole office. The top lister for the month was Raj Patel. The top producers in closed business are Luda Shulman, Dejan Mitrovic and Bob Fry. Organization recognizes HartmannSEMINOLE Sandy Hartmann & Associates of Realty Executives Adamo recently was recognized by the Pinellas Realtor Organization. Sandy Hartmann & Associates was recognized for outstanding seller sales volume in the month of May, 2012. Dejan Mitrovic Luda Shulman Raj Patel Sandy Hartmann & AssociatesEvans joins Prudential TropicalST. PETE BEACH Lynn Evans has recently joined Prudential Tropical Realty as Realtor associate. Evans has been a real estate professional for more than 12 years and has earned numerous awards throughout her extensive career. Im committed to providing my clients with the best service possible and that means putting their needs first, said Evans in a press release. Thats the real advantage I try to offer the peace of mind that comes from knowing your interests really are my top priority. Lynn shares Prudential Tropical Realtys commitment to quality and customer service, said Heather Smith, broker, Prudential Tropical Realty.

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Viewpoints 13A Beacon, October 4, 2012Coverage lopsidedEditor: I am very disappointed with your Clearwater Beacon coverage of the presidential campaigns. Your blatant, lopsided coverage of Obamas re-election run is beneath the standards of professional journalism. The article published a few weeks ago in your paper in which one of your reporters reiterated what a group of Obama supporters believe was especially irritating. So we are to infer that because the Obama supporters interviewed state Romney is a racist and a women hater, it must be true? Come on! What a pathetic attempt to misrepresent Romney the candidate. For example, in this article it is said that the Republican platform disallows abortion, period, no exemptions, not even in cases of rape or incest! Are you joking me? Only the truly misinformed or Obama cool aide drinkers believe this. Listen to Mr. Romney, read the platform, note the partys response to Mr. Akins infamous abortion statement. Then issue a well-deserved apology for such an obvious character assassination attempt directed at a party and a candidate whose views actually reflect the values of half the nation. Come on journalists, start living up to the integrity expected of your profession or find an honest job in the Obama campaign machine. Jeffrey E. Walker ClearwaterBad behaviorEditor: To the person or persons who stole all the Obama signs from everyones yard in our neighborhood. So, what you believe is that we do not have the right to express our political views? As a religious person, I do not think Jesus would approve. If this is the kind of behavior the Republican Party represents, I believe I am going to change my affiliation. Jack Kowenski SeminoleHe would ride the train, if:Re: Against Light Rail, Charles Grahams letter. Editor: Charles Graham posed the question that if I were a resident of St. Petersburg, would I take a train from St. Petersburg to Clearwater? and vice versa from Clearwater to St. Petersburg. My answer is yes if one of the following applied to me: If I were of a certain age; if I were physically handicapped; if I were blind; if I were deaf (inability to hear sirens); if I could not afford a vehicle; if I were prohibited from driving by law; if I wanted to avoid the rush hour. I would respond yes if at least one of the following were enacted by the rail company: If the train always left on time because the conductor would be fined for every minute late (as in France); if weekly or monthly passes were issued at a discount rate; if the light rail gave a smooth ride; if the rail had the right of way at all times; if the train stops were coordinated with the current bus system. Arthur Hebert Largo Youngs behavior unacceptableEditor: Twice, I have read Representative Bill Young was a no-show at publicized and sponsored debates What? I do not know him or his opponent, Jessica Ehrlich, but I find his behavior totally unacceptable for an incumbent politician, who, like the rest of Congress (both parties) has been totally unaccountable to the public for two entire years and has a lot of explaining to do about their unacceptable behavior. Purely based on what I see as Youngs arrogance, disrespect and indifference, I will vote for the alternative (Ehrlich). Surely, we can do better with a change in our national representative. Al Brown Seminole On the morning of Nov. 4, 1952, I stood hitchhiking on Route 15 in Lewisburg, Pa., with a large sign proclaiming Voter for Ike. I had little trouble getting rides from Bucknell University to my home 50 miles to the south. Most Americans liked Ike. He won in a landslide over Adlai Stevenson, ending 20 years of Democratic rule. In the 60 years since then, many things have changed. For instance, you seldom see hitchhikers today. Some states and cities have outlawed the practice. Americans (motorists and hitchhikers alike) have grown less trusting. Every stranger might be a killer, thief or pervert. So why take a chance? Or (in 1952) the stranger might be a Communist. Fear of Communists and the Soviet Union was rampant in the 1950s. With some justification. The Soviets had stolen some of our nuclear weapon secrets and built their own bombs. For the next 40 years we worried that the Reds would overtake us. Then, after the Soviet Union fell apart in 1990 or so, we learned that our own CIA had been deliberately exaggerating Soviet military and economic strength. In 1952, for the first time in hundreds of years, there were no lynchings in America. That was a hopeful statistic, but segregation would still be with us for years to come. Other forms of prejudice are still around, and may always be. If youre a gay man and play professional sports, better keep your mouth shut about it. If youre a Republican serving in Congress and see a need for new taxes, stay silent, at least until after election day. Sixty years equals 15 presidential elections and the swearing-in of 11 men with widely disparate backgrounds and personalities. With my vote, I helped elect (or defeat) candidates from both major political parties. As with Forrest Gumps box of chocolates, you never know what youre going to get when you cast your ballot. In 1960, I went for Nixon rather than the smiling Irishman financed by his fathers bootleg profits. Four years later I watched as a nation rejected an honorable man, Sen. Barry Goldwater, because of his alleged militarism, choosing instead LBJ, whose outstanding domestic-policy leadership failed to prevent his taking the USA neck-deep into the Vietnam disaster. LBJs successor, Nixon, only prolonged the Vietnam carnage and then compounded his crimes by giving us the glory that was Watergate. Theres no need to extend this recitation, whose details most readers will already know far better than I do. On the one hand we can celebrate the accomplishments of some of the White House occupants; on the other hand, we must shake our heads in amazement and gratitude that our nation withstood the stupidity, arrogance and corruption (both political and personal) of other presidents. In my moments of discouragement, I try to convince myself that America is capable of surviving the people who govern it. On some days Im not so sure. A myth that we cling to is that any president has the wisdom and power to set the best course for our nation and then guide us to safe shores. That just isnt so. Democracy doesnt work that way. We dont elect saviors or dictators to fill the Oval Office. From the moment he (or, some day, she) takes the oath of office the president wears invisible handcuffs that restrict him. These handcuffs have names. They include Congress, the Supreme Court, the Constitution, public opinion, the U.S. and world economies, the acts of foreign powers, climate change, and the maddening unpredictability of you and me, the governed. I can barely keep from laughing when I hear Messrs. Obama and Romney promise or imply that they will lower unemployment, reduce taxes, reform education, solve our immigration woes, balance the budget and perform other miracles. Our planet, our nation and our very lives are like a gigantic, complicated wheel of fortune that keeps on turning. No human force is in control. You and I are merely passengers, hoping to survive the ride and maybe enjoy parts of it. In closing, lets listen to what some of our presidents have said: George Washington: Government is not reason; it is not eloquence; it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master. James Madison: The truth is that all men having power ought to be mistrusted. William Howard Taft: Politics, when I am in it, makes me sick. Dwight David Eisenhower: There is nothing wrong with America that the faith, love of freedom, intelligence and energy of her citizens cannot cure. Bill Clinton: If a president of the United States ever lied to the American people, he should resign.Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at tralee71@comcast.net.Sixty years of voting for presidentsIf President Obama is serious about protecting freedom of speech in this country, he must instruct his Justice Department to criminally prosecute those offering money for the murder of the producer of the controversial video Innocence of Muslims. The man behind the offensive anti-Islamic video, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, an Egyptian-born resident of southern California, is the target of murder-for-money threats punishable under the federal criminal code. Those responsible for such threats can be indicted in the United States, even if they live in foreign countries. A highly placed Pakistani government official, Federal Railways Minister Haji Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, has offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who kills Nakoula. Bilour also has urged al-Qaida and Taliban militants to murder Nakoula. Bilour belongs to a political party allied with the government of President Asif Ali Zardari. He said a Pakistani businessman from Lahore, whom he did not identify, had offered another $400,000 for the killing. Chiming in, Rehbar Mal, a representative of a Taliban breakaway faction in Afghanistan, offered eight kilograms of gold (about $487,000) to whoever kills Nakoula. Anyone who doubts the seriousness of these public death threats need only recall the case of British Indian writer Salman Rushdie, whose 1988 novel, The Satanic Verses, was attacked by Islamic radicals for his irreverent depiction of Muhammad. In 1989, Irans late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued a fatw mandating Rushdies murder because his book was blasphemous against Islam. In 2005, Khomeinis fatw was reaffirmed by his current successor, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. During the summer of 1989, while Rushdie was living in London, a terrorist preparing a book bomb intended to kill the author instead blew himself up in a hotel there. The 65-year-old Rushdie, who now lives in the United States, has had to exist with the fear of suffering a violent death for the past 23 years. No one has been punished for this crime. Solicitation to commit a crime of violence is a felony under Section 373(a) of Title 18 of the United States Criminal Code, which carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. There are numerous precedents for charging those who encourage the murder of another. Just this week, the United States obtained the extradition to this country of the Londonbased terrorist of Pakistani descent Babar Ahmad, 38, who had been charged in Connecticut in 2004 with a violation of Section 373(a). From London, Ahmad had urged the killing of foreign nationals in Afghanistan and Chechnya. On Tuesday, President Obama told the General Assembly of the United Nations: There is no speech that justifies mindless violence. The president should be true to his words and instruct Attorney General Eric Holder to indict those who are offering money for the commission of a murder in the United States.Angel Castillo Jr., a former reporter and editor for the New York Times and The Miami Herald, practices employment law in Miami. He can be reached at acastillo@florida voices.com. 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Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563LETTERS Drivers SeatBob Driver Florida VoicesAngel Castillo Jr. Indict money-for-murder instigators Please type letters to the editor (or print legibly) and include your name, town of residence, phone number and signature and mail to Tampa Bay Newspapers, 9911 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772. Emails should include town of residence and telephone and be sent to tgermond@TBNweekly.com. We will not print the letter writers phone number. Here are some more guidelines for letters: Letters are printed on a rst-come, rst-served basis. They may be edited to correct grammar, spelling and factual errors. They also may be edited for clarity. Please keep letters to editor to 500 words. Longer letters may be cut due to space limitations.What do you think? By STEVEN KURLANDERWith our nation in the middle of a contentious presidential campaign and our economy stuck in the doldrums, what is the sudden piece of good news that has Americans cheering? A big drop in gas prices? Decreased unemployment? Teamwork in Congress? Wrong! The National Football Leagues lockout of referees is over. Thats right. The immense suffering of overpaid professional football players and NFL fans has come to an end. Without being asked, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney spoke for President Obama and the rest of the country in welcoming news of a deal between the NFL and the referees union.The presidents very pleased that the two sides have come together, Carney said. Its a great day for America. Hallelujah. For the entire preseason and three weeks of the regular season, weve put up with replacement referees who failed to live up to snuff and caused lovers of the game to question the NFLs integrity. Now its over, but not because the NFL was brought to its knees at the negotiating table. Rather, because of a blown call at the end of Monday nights game that cost the Green Bay Packers a win. Fans and players were outraged. The outcry was immense, marathon negotiating sessions commenced and a settlement was announced Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. It came none too soon right before Thursday nights Browns-Ravens matchup in Baltimore. With the help of two federal mediators, the league and the NFL Referees Association agreed to an eight-year labor pact that still must be ratified by the unions 121 members, who work on a part-time basis officiating games. Carney said the focus can now return to the games, not the officiating. But the real issue that caused the lockout job security and benefits for part-time referees was obviously lost on the White House and a jubilant America. The defeat of the NFL lockout was a victory not just for the referees, but also for American workers who are under serious attack in a new, parttime economy where employers force workers to work part-time hours for less pay and no retirement or health benefits. The big dispute was over pension and retirement benefits for officials who are called part-time, but work long hours on top of regular jobs. In the end, the referees annual salaries will increase from $149,000 in 2011 to $173,000 in 2013, and $205,000 by 2019. A disputed definedbenefit pension plan will remain in place for current officials through the 2016 season or until they earn 20 years of service. Then, the defined-benefit plan will be frozen. The NFL also will have the option, at the beginning of the 2013 season, to hire referees on a full-time basis, like other leagues. While most sports commentators lamented the length of the lockout, these lockouts are now too common in professional sports. The National Hockey League is in Day 5 of a player lockout by wealthy franchise owners, a stoppage that will ultimately hurt the sport and its 2012-13 season. So while Americans can be happy that real football is back, they should consider whether penalty flags should be thrown not only against players on the field, but against franchise owners who exemplify the 21st Century-stereotype of the rich, grubby American employer. Steven Kurlander blogs at Kurlys Kommentary, writes a weekly column for Fort Lauderdales Sun-Sentinel and is a South Florida communications strategist. Florida VoicesNFL referee fiasco shows disdain for American workersA highly placed Pakistani government official, Federal Railways Minister Haji Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, has offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who kills Nakoula. Bilour also has urged al-Qaida and Taliban militants to murder Nakoula. A myth that we cling to is that any president has the wisdom and power to set the best course for our nation and then guide us to safe shores. That just isnt so. Democracy doesnt work that way.

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14A Sports Beacon, October 4, 2012 ObituariesRecognizing that some readers wish to share the life and loss of a loved one with the community, Tampa Bay Newspapers publishes paid obituaries in our weekly papers. The deadline for submitting obituary information is 9 a.m. on Monday, for that weeks papers. Obituaries will publish in all six of our papers. Obituary information should include: full name, age, city and date of death. You may also choose to include the names of living and/or predeceased relatives, work history, clubs and/or activities that they participated in. If you wish to include the name of the funeral home handling arrangements keep in mind that we are a weekly publication and the paper may publish after the services have taken place. 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Outdoors 15A Beacon, October 4, 2012 Church And Temple DirectoryS100412 Friday Sabbath services 7pm17th St. & 29th Ave., St. Pete. 345-7777 www.jewishheritage.net/Email: rabbi@jewishheritage.net Beth-El ShalomMessianic Congregation 71411 FRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY CHURCHA Congregational Christian Church, everyone welcome 152 TreasureIsland Causeway Treasure IslandNorth of ClockTower 398-6342 Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 p.m.Come Back to ChurchSunday School 9:15 a.m. WORSHIP 10:00 a.m.Pastor J. Michael Hargrave010512 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST6245 Seminole Blvd., (Alt. 19), Seminole 392-1406Reading Room Sunday 10 A.M. Wed. 7 P.M.SUNDAY SERVICE..........................................10:30 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL...........................................10:30 A.M. 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Its not every day that work involves a brush with a reptile as primitive as a dinosaur. It may be that you get home from work with lesser tales of woe, but tales of woe nonetheless. Life on land is a series of accomplishments and challenges, the latter ranging from serious lifestyle-threatening trials like layoffs and foreclosures to smaller annoyances like burned-out appliances. Less often do we grapple with the ancient enemies of disease and predation (think of that crocodile in the luggage). Life at sea is more like a series of challenges. Working with wild dolphins as I do, its impossible to ignore their raw battles with the ancient enemies. This is the somber tale of one little ladys fight, a yearling bottlenose dolphin we call Ballou. She was born to Bet last summer (Dolphin Watchs Ive known her all my life). Mammal babies are cheerful creatures and dolphin calves are no exception. Ballou always struck me as the most cheerful of the Johns Pass calves. In the beginning, she did what all bottlenose dolphin calves do: spent her first summer at dolphin sea school learning the basics of nursing without lips and ceaseless swimming while her mom ushered her slowly alongside friends with other newborns. Shed mastered these vital lessons of life by her first autumn, and then her cheerful nature emerged. Last October, she spent a jovial afternoon of gentle tickling, poking and prodding from mom Bet and Slight Twin as three dozen giant white pelicans migrated overhead in classic V-formation. She often wore a play-face that day, which is the broad open-mouth facial expression that universally signals when someone is playing, and why I think of Ballou as more cheerful than most. A couple of weeks later, Ballou wove merrily around her mom and another friend, AM, as the festooned boats assembled off the American Legion hall in Madeira Beach for a maritime Veterans Day Parade. When we saw Bet and Ballou the following spring, she was gaily continuing her social studies at dolphin sea school and progressing steadily through the standard stages of dolphin development. Now her companions included older dolphins in her moms social circle. She grappled easily with 3-year-old Nougat and big bull BB, learning the limits of her yearling stamina. Evenly matched, she and yearling Senna excitedly threw around a horsetail (mangrove seedpod). One evening, she and mom Bet ran into PC, a native son about Bets age. Ballou had two remoras, the itchy tickly cleaner fish that provoke great wiggling responses in dolphin kids. Seasoned in the fine art of rolling over bigger adults, Ballou used PC and mom Bet as emery boards to scrub the remoras off. PC accommodated this affably. It also let Bet show how smart she is. For example, Bet tried to bite off one of the remoras tickling Ballous belly, which suggests that Bet understood Ballous dilemma. She also tried to carry Ballou on her back. We didnt see them again until late June this summer. They raced around the vicinity of three other mom-calf pairs so elusively, I couldnt get a good look at them. The pictures I snapped were poor because the dolphins remained at a distance, but were sufficient to show that Ballou had developed a horrible skin rash. Over the July 4th holiday, we got the details I was itching for. PoorPhoto by ANN WEAVERThis is an uncharacteristically somber view of a little yearling bottlenose dolphin named Ballou, born to Bet last summer.little Ballou was covered from head to toe, so to speak, with little white dots. Even her dorsal fin was covered. This was most unusual. Dots like this tend to cover a specific portion of the body that, to my previous knowledge, excluded dorsal fins. Ballou also had two giant white patches, as if her silvery gray skin had been briskly rubbed off. A touch of pox on a dolphin isnt unusual. But Ballous response or rather apparent lack of immunological response was markedly atypical. The condition had spread appallingly in just a few days. It was ironic; I got a picture of Ballou surfacing with her little face poking over the water surface. She seemed to be smiling. But her dolphins smile was an illusion. She was a pretty sick little girl through the summer, rarely venturing from moms side to play with the numerous playmates at her disposal. Mom Bet did not get the pox, so it either wasnt contagious or her more mature immune system fought it off. Finally, by the end of August, Ballou was healing! The dots were gone from her dorsal fin. The remaining dots on her left side were fading, though there were still many dots on her right side. Though Ballou was light-colored as local dolphins go, now she looks white. You can see her from quite a distance, which is a risky condition for a dolphin. She looked like she felt better too. She and Bet rolled around each other briefly like in the old days, and Ballou even playfully surfaced under a little mass of grass to wear it briefly. By Sept. 23, Ballous body was clean of all signs of infection. But the top of her dorsal fin had been bitten off. How much is this little girl supposed to take? How much can she take? The brilliant woman who overcame challenges that none of us can fathom, Helen Keller, observed that security is an illusion that certainly does not exist in nature. You might want to think about that the next time youre tempted to tell a tale of woe.Dr. Weaver studies wild dolphins under federal permit 16299, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Send her an email at daz zled@tampabay.rr.com or visit her website www.dolphinsuperstore.com. Read her award-winning Dolphin Watch column weekly at www.TBN weekly.com. NOAA advises anyone who sees a stranded dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico to call 877-942-5343 or 877-433-8299. Dolphin WatchAnn Weaver Briey Philippe to host nature walkSAFETY HARBOR A guided nature walk will be offered Saturday, Oct. 20, 9 to 10:30 a.m., at Philippe Park, 2525 Philippe Parkway. The hike is limited to 12 participants. Attendees will learn park history while exploring nature. Participants should meet at the Philippe gravesite at 9 a.m. Closed-toe shoes, water, sunscreen a hat and insect repellant are recommended. Reservations will be accepted through the Friday prior to the hike. An adult must accompany children. To register, call 669-1947 or email dickestes76@yahoo.com.Guided hike set at WeedonST. PETERSBURG A free guided hike will be offered Saturday, Oct. 6, 9 to 11 a.m., at Weedon Island Preserve, 1800 Weedon Drive NE. Those attending will learn about the ecosystems and the early residents of Weedon Island Preserve. Preregistration is required. Call 4536500 or visit www.weedonislandpreserve.org.

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Diversions Things to do around Pinellas County Classieds Events MoviesBeacon Section B October 4, 2012Visit www.TBNweekly.com Joe Cocker with Dave Mason Thursday, Oct. 4, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $49.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. For more than 40 years, Cocker has been a major player in the music business, releasing more than 20 studio and four live albums. His unmistakable bluesy soul voice is a musical trademark in its own right. Hes sold millions of records and had massive hit singles such as Im So Glad Im Standing Here, Up Where We Belong (a duet with Jennifer Warnes that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and earned him a Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo and an Academy Award for Best Original Song), Unchain My Heart and You Are So Beautiful. Joining Cocker is special guest Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dave Mason, co-founder and original member of the band Traffic. Mason will be bringing his guitar and performing hits from Traffic along with those from his impressive solo career. Bret Michaels Get Your Rock On Tour 2012, Friday, Oct. 5, 8 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $59.50. Call 587-6793. Michaels first rose to fame as frontman for the glam rock band Poison which sold over 30 millions records worldwide and charted 10 singles in the Top 40 including the No. 1 single, Every Rose Has Its Thorn. Michaels solo career has been equally successful. His TV shows Rock of Love and Life As I Know It were huge successes on VH1. He also was the 2010 winner of Celebrity Apprentice on NBC. Three Broadway Tenors, Friday, Oct. 5, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. General admission tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. This magnificent trio serenades, belts and croons the finest ballads and wackiest showstoppers from Broadways biggest hits. Featured tenors include Eddie Crader, star of Broadways Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and West Side Story and vocal instructor at The Marcia P. Hoffman Performing Arts Institute at Ruth Eckerd Hall; Christoff Marse, star of Broadways A Chorus Line and the long running hit Shear Madness; and Dale Badway, actor, singer and 2012 Tony Award-winning producer. The Last Damn Show 14, Saturday, Oct. 6, 7:30 p.m., at Tampa Bay Times Forum, 401 Channelside Drive, Tampa. Tickets start at $15. Call 813-301-2500 or visit www.tampabaytimesfo rum.com. This years lineup will feature Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, 2 Chainz, MGK, Kreayshawn, Pleasure P and Rita Ora. Victor Wooten Sunday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m., at The State Theatre, 687 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. The five-time Grammy-winning musician will bring his captivating band to the area. Tickets are $22 in advance and $24 the day of the show. Visit statetheatreconcerts.com. Wooten, best known for his work on bass guitar with Bla Fleck and the Flecktones, Stanley Clarke, Dave Matthews and more, released two new CDs on his own VIX Records this year. Wootens touring ensemble includes Wooten on electric, tenor and upright basses, cello, guitar and vocals; Krystal Peterson on vocals, keyboards and drums; J.D. Blair on vocals and drums; Derico Watson on vocals and drums; Anthony Wellington on bass, keyboards & vocals; Steve Bailey on bass, keyboards, trombone and vocals; and Dave Welsch on bass, trumpet, keyboards and vocals. Each musician will multitask (actually switching instruments mid-song) resulting in a part choreographed and part improvised display of musicianship and showmanship at its best. The ensemble received rave reviews on their summer 2012 tour. By LEE CLARK ZUMPECLEARWATER Clearwaters signature music festival, the annual Clearwater Jazz Holiday, will run Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 1821, at Coachman Park on the waterfront in downtown Clearwater. Daily general admission tickets are $10 in advance. Four-day tickets also are available. Children 12 and younger will be admitted free but must be accompanied by a paying adult. For more information, visit www.clearwaterjazz.com or call Clearwater Jazz Holiday office at 4615200. This years headliners include Bonnie Raitt, Mindi Abair & Friends featuring Jeff Golub and David Pack, Esperanza Spalding Radio Music Society and The Avett Brothers. Over the course of its history, the Clearwater Jazz Holiday has attracted legendary artists. In the past, icons such as Tony Bennett, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Mann, Dave Brubeck, Tito Puente, Stephan Grappelli and Stan Getz have played. Innovative jazz stars such as Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Al Dimeola, Kevin Mahogany, Hiroshima, Spyro Gyra, Acoustic Alchemy, Herbie Hancock and JeanLuc Ponty have taken part in the festival. Some of todays most popular artists have performed at the Clearwater Jazz Holiday, including The Neville Brothers, Branford Marsalis, Kenny G, Buckwheat Zydeco, George Benson, David Sanborn and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. The event has come a long way since its earliest days. In the beginning, concerts were spread out over 10 days and as many venues. Musicians played on the back of a flatbed truck. From day one, organizers took advantage of Floridas scenic beauty and gorgeous weather. Some things never change some things do. Today, attendees enjoy four consecutive days of performances at one beautiful location: Coachman Park, on the waterfront in downtown Clearwater.Music lineupThe 2012 lineup is as follows: Thursday, Oct. 18Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Carol Stein and Friends, 5 to 6 p.m. Maia Sharp, 6:30 to 8 p.m.Jazz in the park Photo by REISIG & TAYLOR/HEADS UP INTERNATIONALMindi Abair performs Friday, Oct. 19, 8:30 p.m., during the annual Clearwater Jazz Holiday at Coachman Park. Bonnie Raitt, 8:30 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Common Ground reunion, 5 to 6 p.m. Down to the Bone, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Mindi Abair & Friends featuring Jeff Golub and David Pack, 8:30 to 11 p.m.Photo courtesy of NEW FRONTIER TOURINGThe Avett Brothers bring brotherly harmony to the stage on Oct. 21. See JAZZ HOLIDAY, page 4B This weeks top 5 This weeks top 5 Clearwater Pinellas Park Pinellas Park Clearwater FREE WiFionlyNFL Package ESPN Game DayWanna see our whole menu? 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Look within for the answer. A promise thought broken is kept.GeminiMay 21 June 21Smile, Gemini. Youve got it good. Business picks up, and your financial picture shapes up. A fitness routine is revived, and romance burns bright.CancerJune 22 July 22Terrible tirades spur you to rethink a friendship. Give them the benefit of the doubt, Cancer. Everyone throws a fit now and then,even you. A romantic gesture is returned.LeoJuly 23 August 22Promotions are given, and a celebration is in order. Step up and play host, Leo. A romance hits the rocks. Be supportive, even if youre not in favor of reconciliation.VirgoAugust 23 September 22A moment of brilliance brings about a flurry of activity. Get onboard, Virgo. News of a major change in policy at work spreads fast. Be receptive.LibraSeptember 23 October 22A loved one is on the verge of a breakthrough. Clear the way, Libra! 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Wrecks 50. Body build 51. Jerk 54. Pigeon-___ 55. Domestic 58. French vineyard 60. Carry on Place a Number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine.Sudoku answers from last weekSudoku CrosswordHoroscopesCrossword answers from last week

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No share plates *While supplies last.$1090 Opening this weekIn Taken 2 Neeson returns as ex-CIA agent; Burton reanimates Frankenweenie Compiled by LEE CLARK ZUMPEA number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following films opening in wide release:FrankenweenieGenre: Animation and comedy Cast: Winona Ryder, Martin Short, Catherine OHara, Martin Landau, Charlie Tahan, Atticus Shaffer, Robert Capron and Conchata Ferrell Director: Tim Burton Rated: PG Frankenweenie is a heartwarming tale about a boy and his dog. After unexpectedly losing his beloved dog Sparky, young Victor harnesses the power of science to bring his best friend back to life with just a few minor adjustments. He tries to hide his homesewn creation, but when Sparky gets out, Victors fellow students, teachers and the entire town all learn that getting a new leash on life can be monstrous. Frankenweenie harkens back to the classic horror films of Tim Burtons influential youth, not only by filming in black and white, but also in the expression of innocence embodied by the use of stop-motion animation, which respects the simplicity of the story and adds both depth and texture to its presentation.Taken 2Genre: Action and thriller Cast: Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen, Rade Sherbedgia and Luke Grimes Director: Olivier Megaton Rated: PG-13 Liam Neeson returns as Bryan Mills, the retired CIA agent who stopped at nothing to save his abducted daughter in Taken. When he is targeted by a mysterious figure seeking vengeance, Bryan must employ his particular set of skills to protect his family against an army out to kill them. Audiences cheered Neeson as Bryan Mills, an overprotective father whose skills forged through years of covert ops were put to the test long after his retirement from the CIA. Resolute in his quest to rescue his daughter, Bryan took extreme measures, making sure her kidnappers paid the ultimate price. Two years later, their family is seeking vengeance against Bryan and his family.The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.ButterGenre: Comedy Cast: Jennifer Garner, Ty Burrell, Olivia Wilde, Rob Corddry, Ashley Greene, Alicia Silverstone, Hugh Jackman, Kristen Schaal and Yara Shahidi Director: Jim Field Smith Rated: R In small-town Iowa, an adopted girl discovers her talent for butter carving and finds herself pitted against an ambitious local woman in their towns annual contest. The PaperboyGenre: Crime and thriller Cast: Zac Efron, Matthew McConaughey, David Oyelowo, Macy Gray, John Cusack and Nicole Kidman Director: Lee Daniels Rated: R A sexually and racially charged film noir from Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels, The Paperboy takes audiences deep into the backwaters of steamy 1960s South Florida, as investigative reporter Ward Jansen (Matthew McConaughey) and his partner Yardley Acheman (David Oyelowo) chase a sensational, career-making story. With the help of Wards younger brother Jack (Zac Efron) and sultry death-row groupie Charlotte Bless (Nicole Kidman), the pair tries to prove violent swamp-dweller Hillary Van Wetter (John Cusack) was framed for the murder of a corrupt local sheriff. Based on the provocative bestselling novel by Pete Dexter, The Paperboy peels back a sleepy small towns decades-old faade of Southern gentility to reveal a quagmire of evil as dark as a Florida bayou. V/H/SGenre: Horror and thriller Cast: Joe Swanberg, Adam Wingard, Sophia Takal, Kate Lyn Sheil, Calvin Reeder and Lane Hughes Director: Adam Wingard, Glenn McQuaid, Radio Silence, David Bruckner, Joe Swanberg and Ti West Rated: R V/H/S is a point-of-view, found-footage horror film from the perspective of Americas top genre filmmakers. In V/H/S, a group of misfits are hired by an unknown third party to burglarize a desolate house in the countryside and acquire a rare tape. Upon searching the house, the guys are confronted with a dead body, a hub of old televisions and an endless supply of cryptic footage, each video stranger and more inexplicable than the last.Wuthering HeightsGenre: Drama Cast: Kaya Scodelario, Nichola Burley and Steve Evets Director: Andrea Arnold Unrated Andrea Arnolds Wuthering Heights is an excitingly fresh and distinct take on the classic novel by Emily Bront. An epic love story that spans childhood well into the young adult years, the film follows Heathcliff, a boy taken in by a benevolent Yorkshire farmer, Earnshaw. Living in Earnshaws home, Heathcliff develops a passionate relationship with the farmers teenage daughter, Catherine, inspiring the envy and mistrust of his son.

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Beacon, October 4, 2012 Legion Membership Required For Alcohol Mon. Dance 1:30-4:30pm w/Bobby Tess Friday, October 5 Doo Wop Duo Saturday, October 6 Mollie Karaoke Gal Sunday, October 7 Ray Curtiss 4-7pm FRIDAY FISH FRY 4:30-7:00pm $7 Fried, blackened, grilled, with fries, slaw & dinner roll Lunch Tues.-Fri. 11:30am-2:30pm Sunday Burgers $3 12:30-5pmSunday, Oct. 7 8-11am Breakfast Buffet $6 All-U-Can-Eat100412 American LegionPost 273600 American Legion Drive, Madeira Beach 398-5680 New Banquet Facility is available for your upcoming event/function! Weddings/Receptions Company Parties Anniversaries Birthdays WakesNon Smoking! 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Saturday, Oct. 20Gates open at 1:30 p.m. Pat Close and The Groove, 2 to 3:15 p.m. El Nino Garcia and the Latin Knights, 3:45 to 5 p.m. Tia Fuller Quartet, 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Kurt Elling, 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. Esperanza Spalding Radio Music Society, 9:15 to 10:45 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21Gates open at 2 p.m. Ruth Eckerd Hall/Clearwater Jazz Holiday Youth Jazz Band, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. The Cave Dwellers featuring the Reinhardt Brothers, 4 to 5 p.m. Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds, 5:30 to 7 p.m. The Avett Brothers, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.HeadlinersBonnie Raitt hits the stage Thursday, Oct. 18, 8:30 p.m. Best-selling artist, esteemed guitarist, expressive singer and talented songwriter, Raitt has become a veritable institution in American music. Raitt came from a musical family. The nine-time Grammy winner is the daughter of Broadway singer John Raitt and pianist/singer Marge Goddard. Her journey into musical creativity was triggered by a Christmas present: At age 8, she received a Stella guitar. She released her debut album in 1971. The self-titled album was predominantly blues-based, though Raitt had developed a connection to folk music at the time. Though she recorded an additional eight albums through the mid-1980s, it wasnt until 1989s Nick of Time that she would achieve new levels of both popular and critical acclaim. According to her artist bio at Monterey International, Raitt won four Grammy Awards in 1990 three for her Nick of Time album and one for her duet with John Lee Hooker on his breakthrough album, The Healer. Within weeks, Nick of Time shot to No. 1 Her follow-up, Luck of the Draw, in 1991 brought even more success, with the hit singles Something to Talk About and I Cant Make You Love Me. With the release of her 19th album, Slipstream, Raitt is starting anew according to Monterey International. Slipstream brought Raitt back to the recording studio for the first time in seven years. Its release launched her own label, Redwing Records. Slipstream also delivers some of the most astounding and gratifying music of Raitts career.Saxophonist/vocalist/songwriterMindi Abair performs Friday, Oct. 19, 8:30 p.m. According to the artists profile provided by Concord Music Group, Abair has been surrounded by talented musicians her entire life. Her paternal grandmother was an opera singer, and her father was a saxophonist and B3 player in The Entertainers. After living life on the road for many years throughout the early s, the family finally settled in St. Petersburg. Abair, then 5 years old, had already demonstrated musical aspirations of her own by taking up the piano but she made the switch to saxophone in the fourth grade. Abairs website bio states that she graduated from Berklee College of Music. After graduating, she spent time in Los Angeles playing local clubs to attract attention. It worked: Bobby Lyle hired her off the street for his tour. Soon after, other artists were seeking her talents as a talented sideman. Abair signed as a solo artist to Verve Records in 2002. Her most recent release, In Hi-Fi Stereo, hit stores in 2010 on Heads Up International, a division of Concord Music Group. The album captures the raw and edgy aesthetic of that golden age, when a slab of vinyl could instantaneously put band and listener together in the same room and establish a visceral and enduring connection. Loaded with infectious grooves generated by a high-caliber crew of players, In Hi-Fi Stereo rekindles that spark for a new generation of ears. Esperanza Spalding plays Saturday, Oct. 20, 9:15 p.m. Spalding a young bassist/vocalist/composer earned the 2011 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. It was the first time a jazz musician had won the award, but Spalding is known for making the unprecedented the norm. Born in Portland, Ore., she grew up in a single-parent home. According to her artist biography on her website, she was only 4 years old when she watched classical cellist Yo Yo Ma perform on an episode of Mister Rogers Neighborhood. That performance put things into perspective for her. That was when I realized that I wanted to do something musical, Spalding says on her website. It was definitely the thing that hipped me to the whole idea of music as a creative pursuit. Within a year, Spalding had essentially taught herself to play the violin. In fact, she played the violin well enough to earn a spot in The Chamber Music Society of Oregon, a community orchestra. Spalding remained with the group for 10 years and by age 15, she had been elevated to a concertmaster position. In 2006, Spalding released her debut album, Junjo, on the Ayva Music label. Spaldings most recent release is Radio Music Society. The album features a cast of jazz legends such as Lovano, Jack DeJohnette and Billy Hart; hip-hop giant Q-Tip, Algebra Blessett, Lalah Hathaway, Gretchen Parlato and Lionel Loueke; as well as an array of notable vocalists. Ive had the honor and blessing of working with so many phenomenal jazz musicians over the years, Spalding says on her website. As Ive gotten to know them and their music, Ive grown to love them as family and colleagues. I wished for an opportunity for us all to interpret songs together, so that they can be heard and received by a larger audience. The Avett Brothers conclude the festival with a performance Sunday, Oct. 21, 7:30 p.m. According to New Frontier Touring, there is no harmony like brotherly harmony. Something indelible in the weave of voices and play of sensibilities is stamped into the fraternal DNA and also stems from a lifetime of shared experiences. That element is evident in the songs of Scott and Seth Avett, better known as the Avett Brothers. I and Love and You, the Avett Brothers big-label debut, is delivered in a style that defies pigeonholing but might be described as a rootsy amalgam of folk, country, bluegrass, rock and pop even a jab of punkstyle dynamics here and there. The Avett Brothers have built up a sizable following based on their rowdy, infectious stage shows. In concert, the high-flying ensemble tears through tunes with unbridled energy, popping banjo and guitar strings right and left while inciting stomping sing-alongs among audiences that appear to know every word. Safety measuresA number of safety and security measures have been put in place at the Clearwater Jazz Holiday. Several items and practices will not be permitted at the event, including pets, except registered, seeing eye dogs; grills, hibachis or open flames of any kind; glass containers or bottles; coolers, food or drink of any kind; unauthorized vendors; tents, canopies or umbrellas; overnight camping; audio and/or recording devices; in-line skating and skateboarding; littering; guns, knives or weapons of any kind; cell phones or pagers during performances; fireworks; and laser pointers. Concertgoers should attend all infants and small children. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, sunglasses, sunscreen and identification tags for small children. For more information, visit www.clearwaterjazz.com or call Clearwater Jazz Holiday office at 461-5200.4B Entertainment JAZZ HOLIDAY, from page 1B Looking ahead Looking aheadClearwater Crazy For You, with book by Ken Ludwig, lyrics by Ira Gershwin and music by George Gershwin; through Oct. 7, at Francis Wilson Playhouse, 302 Seminole St., Clearwater. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $26 for adults and $13 for students with identification. Call 446-1360 or visit www.franciswilsonplayhouse.org. The show features all the Gershwin classics including "I Got Rhythm," "Someone To Watch Over Me," "Embraceable You" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It." Moon Over Buffalo, through Oct. 27, at Early Bird Dinner Theatre, 200 S. McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Doors open at 4 p.m. for performances Friday through Sunday. Doors open at 11 a.m. for matinees Thursday and Saturday. Tickets are $29.90 for buffet and show. For reservations, call 446-5898 or visit www.earlybirddinnertheatre.com. In this screwball comedy set in 1953, traveling actors receive the opportunity of a lifetime when the famous film director Frank Capra wants them to be in his latest film. Hilarity ensues with a whirlwind of mistaken identities and a cast of off-beat but lovable characters. "God of Carnage," by Yasmina Reza, through Oct. 14, at West Coast Players, 21905 U.S. 19 N., Clearwater. Tickets are $16. Call 437-2363. This comedy of manners without the manners" begins with a playground altercation between 11-year-old boys. The event brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents for a meeting to resolve the matter. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off, leaving the couples with more than just their liberal principles in tatters. Directed by Alan Mohney Jr., the production stars Janice Creneti, Alan Mohney Jr., Mark Myers and Karen Zendels-Hagen. The Lost Boys, Friday, Oct. 5, 8 p.m., at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. Tickets are $5. Call 791-7400 or visit www.atthecap.com. The film follows two brothers after they move to a new town and are convinced that the area is frequented by vampires. Starring Jason Patric, Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Haim and Corey Feldman, The Lost Boys has come to be regarded as a touchstone of s cinema and a seminal teenage vampire film, inspiring successors such as the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Rock of Ages, Saturday, Oct. 6, 5 and 9 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. In 1987 on the Sunset Strip, a small-town girl met a big-city dreamer and in L.A.s most legendary rock club, they fell in love to the greatest songs of the 1980s Rock of Ages, is a hilarious, feel-good love story told through the hit songs of iconic rockers Journey, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Foreigner, Pat Benatar, Whitesnake, and many more. This five-time Tony nominated musical is all about dreaming big, playing loud and partying on. Sunday jazz brunch, Sunday, Oct. 7, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Nauti Nancys, 700 Eldridge St., Clearwater. Jazz guitar duo Equinox will provide entertainment, with Patty Sanphy and Steve Armil playing bebop, bossa nova and swing standards. The brunch menu will offer traditional favorites like eggs benedict, waffles, omelets and bagels with lox as well as oysters Rockefeller and specialty crepes. Free Wi-Fi Internet is on site. For more information, call Nancy ONeill at 446-3717.Safety Harbor Harbor Sounds Music Festival, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5-6, at the Safety Harbor Marina, 110 Veterans Memorial Lane, Safety Harbor. The city has partnered with the Safety Harbor Chamber of Commerce once again to produce the annual Harbor Sounds Music Festival. Festival hours will be Friday, 5 to 10 p.m.; and Saturday, noon to 10 p.m. The two-day event will feature live entertainment on the Budweiser True Music Stage, arts and crafts vendors, a childrens play area and plenty of food vendors. Admission and parking for the event are free. Fridays lineup will include Zulu Wave, jam rock; Shakes Society, rock/ska/reggae; and John Q, rock. Saturdays lineup will feature Stimulus, cover rock band; Gatortooth, jam band; No Money Down, blues band; and Moreland and Arbuckle, national touring blues artists.

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3.109 -1.071 Td [()EDJ>r)]TJ -2.637 -1.071 Td [(L7?B78B;)1(*EL;C8;H)1(IJr)]TJ 2 -1.071 Td [(bfr &,!)\000,rn C;:?97B)1(I>EFF?D=)1(;7J;H?;Ir)1(!7Jf?D)]TJ 0.943 -1.071 Td [(A?J9>;D)1(3 )1(D;M)1(;H8;H)1(JME)]TJ 0.11 -1.071 Td [(I9H;;D;:)1(;D9BEIKH;I)1(F;JB;II)]TJ 1.193 -1.071 Td [(ICEA;B;IIr)1(CEDJ>)]TJ -1.495 -1.071 Td [()1(CEDJ>)1(f5;7HBOr)]TJ -2.053 -1.071 Td [(.?:=;)1(/;C?DEB;)1()=CJr)1(EHFr bf -'#()&!,(.)1(/")1(n)]TJ 0.405 -1.071 Td [(#H;7J)1(1D?J)1(D:)1("BEEH 3+3)1()EDJ>f5;7HBOr)]TJ -0.582 -1.071 Td [(.?:=;)1(/;C?DEB;)1()=CJr)1(EHFr bf -'#()&!,(-\023t 0ME)1(f)1(;:HEEC)1(1D?JIb)1(EHD;H)]TJ 0.718 -1.071 Td [(1D?Jr)1(*;MBO)1(.;CE:;B;:r)1(+DBOr)]TJ -0.331 -1.071 Td [()EDJ>)1(?BB)1(bf)]TJ 3.579 -1.071 Td [(bfr f HEAf)37(C5EG@9AGF ),&")/-#(!?J;)]TJ 1.639 -1.071 Td [(bf)1(!NJr)1(r &,1.,-./#)-G5EG=A;G\003r199>f\(B F97HE=GLn\(BE98=G<97>f E99)Tj -0.36 -1.071 Td (1= =FFf*9GF\)Tj 1.972 -1.071 Td (.)\006fCE97=F=BACEBC9EGL@5A5;9@9AGfA9G'#,\034"\017,F )-137(!<;9Ar)1(*E)1(I;9KH?JO)1(:;FEI?Jr)1("H;;)]TJ -0.445 -1.071 Td [(BE97B)1(F>ED;)1(97BBI)1(3?"?r)1(,;JI)1(EA7Or)1()]TJ 4.164 -1.071 Td [(bfr FH;9?I?EDFHEF;HJOC7D7=;C;DJrD;J f/A:HEAf)37(C5EG@9AGF-'#()&!,(-n\023tf .)1(/J7D:7H:)1(.)1(3?DJ;H)]TJ 0.361 -1.071 Td [(.;DJ7BIr)1(*E)1(,;JIr)1(*EDICEA;HI)]TJ 0.195 -1.071 Td [(+DBOr)1(.E8;HJ)1(#r)1(IJB;I)1(,rr)]TJ 1.61 -1.071 Td [(HEA;Hr)1(bf MMMr/;C?DEB;#7H:;Dr9EC &&#,\034&/ #H;7J)1(-K?;J)1((E97J?EDr.7D9>)]TJ -0.889 -1.071 Td [(/JOB;)1(.)1(HFEHJ)1(,H?L7J;)]TJ 0.722 -1.071 Td [(/?:;)1(57H:r)1(/EC;)1("KHD?I>?D=I)]TJ 0.222 -1.071 Td [(L7?B78B;r)1()EDJ>)1(*;=r)]TJ 2.859 -1.071 Td [(bfr&&#,\034&/ ;BKN;)1(f.I)1(IJfD:)1("BEEHr)]TJ -0.473 -1.071 Td [(*;M)1(HF;Jr)1(+L;HBEEA?D=)1(,EEB)1()]TJ -0.164 -1.071 Td [(EKHJO7H:)1()1(8BE9A)1(EFF?D=)]TJ -0.168 -1.071 Td [()1(%DJH79E7IJ7Br)1()1(3;IJ)1(O)1( Hr)]TJ 4.108 -1.071 Td [(bfr &&#,!,(-\033*.-fn\023tn\ .)-137(KD?JI)-137(ED)-137(?BJCEH;)-137(#EB<)]TJ T* [(EKHI;r)-137(*;MBO)-137(H;DEL7J;:r)-137(9HEII)]TJ T* [(r)1(bfr (.,&)-577(&,!))-577(/*&2 F7HJC;DJ)-137(*?9;)-137(ED:?J?ED)-137(.)]TJ T* [(1J?B?JO)-137(.EEC)-137($)-137(/CEA;)-137("H;;r)]TJ T* [(H;:?J)-951(>;9A)-951()EDJ>r)]TJ T* [(bfr /(#(Q-\0349FG%9CG-97E9G)Tj /T1_15 1 Tf 0.509 -1.071 Td [(f.)1()1(CEL;f?D)1(IF;9?7Br)]TJ 0.305 -1.071 Td [(,;J)1("H?;D:BO)1(/F7HAB?D=)1(FEEBr)]TJ -0.276 -1.071 Td [((E=7HJE)1(FJIr)1(bfr)]TJ /TT0 1 Tf 1.74 -8.971 Td (*#(&&-#&&! 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