Title: Gabber
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Title: Gabber
Alternate Title: Gulfport gabber
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George W. Brann,
George W. Brann
Place of Publication: Gulfport Fla
Publication Date: October 29, 2009
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Gulfport (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pinellas County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Pinellas -- Gulfport
Coordinates: 27.750556 x -82.708611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).
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since 19681

A St. Pete Thriller

this week...

Relay For Life
see page 2

Off Shore Drilling
Town Hall Meeting
see page 4

Gulfport Halloween
Decorations Contest
see page 4

Antiques In The Park
see page 11

49th Street Block
Party / Safety Fair
see page 14

Foster Homes
see page 20

So. Pasadena
Community Sale
see page 28

Let There Be Peace
see page 20

Kenwood Bungalow
Fest Tour Of Homes
see page 32

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By Leigh Clifton
Eleven year old Sandra Mitchell, (left) mother Velda Gauthier
(middle) and older sister Amber Smith of St. Pete do the
ultimate zombie pose at the Thrill St. Pete last Saturday night.
The event was held to attempt to break the world record
for the most dancers dancing to Michael Jackson's Thriller.
"We love Michael Jackson, so when we saw it in the paper, we
thought it would be a fun thing to do as a family," Gauthier said.
Pipes in little Sandra, "But I love him the most!"

Bogie Junior Varsity puts the

Three in Three-peat

By Leigh Clifton
Victory bath!! Backfield Coach DeWayne Climes takes the brunt of
the Gatorade bath by freshman defensive lineman Tremond Webb
after Bogie's JV finished out a perfect season. They were also cel-
ebrating a school record of three consecutive undefeated seasons
as well. Head Coach Tim Henson,(back right) is all smiles; he got
(mostly)out of the way. See Bogie, page 61

Every Thursday

No.212 October 29, 2009 November 4, 2009

St. Pete Beach
Adopts Foreclosure
ST PETE BEACH- Every month,
Pinellas County sees around 1,200
foreclosures, says Jim Madden of
the Federal Property Registration
Corporation, attributing that
number to Pinellas Clerk of the
Circuit Court Ken Burke. Some
of these properties are falling
into disrepair with no one on the
hook when it comes to upkeep.
See Foreclosure, page 2

Golf Carts on Pass-
A-Grille Roads?
and Vina residents proposed
the idea, which got a reception
on the Commision floor that
was lukewarm at best. "This
gives me major heart burn,"
said Commissioner Jim Parent
of a draft ordinance that would
allow golf carts on the roads of
St. Pete Beach. At issue were the
safety hazards that having golf
carts operating at a few miles
per hour amid cars going least
25-miles-an-hour. Commissioner
Bev Garnett said that many St.
Pete Beach neighborhoods lend
themselves to electric vehicles
like golf carts operating on
municipal roads, or at least those
that aren't major thoroughfares
like Gulf Way, Gulf Boulevard
or 75th Avenue. She said that
the potential for accidents is like
that of any other situation. "How
do you know you're not going
to get a flat tire when you're
driving down the road?" said
Garnett, who represents Pass A
Grille and would likely support
such an ordinance because of its
implications for environment and

from front page
The St. Pete Beach City Commission
has approved the final reading of
an ordinance that would change
that. The ordinance establishes a
new chapter in the city code that
deals solely with regulation and
maintenance of foreclosed real
estate. Anyone who owns real estate
on St. Pete Beach that is in, or about
to be in, foreclosure, will now have
to register their property with the
city. The Commission elected to

hire the FPRC, the only corporation
currently doing work of this kind,
to compile foreclosure data, contact
responsible lenders and notify them
of the city's registration policy.

Halloween Bash
The City of Gulfport's Recreation
Division has set the Spooktakular
Halloween Bash for Saturday,
October 31st. This ghoulish event
will be held at the Recreation Center
starting at 7 p.m. The bash will

include a bigger and better frightful
Haunted House, carnival games with
candy and prizes, a Haunted Snack
Shack, a BOO-ROOM for tots and
a Costume Contest for the children
and their family. The Haunted
Snack Shack will sell pizza slices for
a $1, "potion" for 25p and popcorn
for 259. The Costume Contest will
begin at 7:30 p.m. Winners will be
chosen from eight age categories:
0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-12, 13-17
and Family. There will be three
awards given in each age category.
The fun ends at 9 p.m. Plan to be
there, as we are "dying" to see you!

Relay for Life Kickoff
Relay for Life of Gulf Beaches will
hold its Kickoff Celebration tonight
from 6-7 p.m. at Palms of Pasadena
Hospital, 1501 Pasadena Avenue S.
in S. Pasadena. Come see how you
can make a difference.
For more information contact
christine.hartman@cancer.org or
call 727-812-7026 or visit www.
relayforlife.org/gulfbeache sfl.

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

Catheri s. Hicll ter of Gulfport
26th Ave South & each Blvd South
Gulfport, FL

Tickets on sale at Eileen's Resale Boutique, Beach Bazaar,
Gulfport Casino, Gulfport Chamber of Commerce, or
Call 727-322-0316

Presented by special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009


since 1968
1419 49th Street South,
Gulfport, FL 33707
(727) 321-6965 (fax) 327-7830
9-5 Mon Wed, 9-2 Fri, Closed Thursday
Publishers / Editors
Ken & Deb Reichart
Customer Service / Sales
Gina Forgetta, Mary Baumgartner
Contributing Writers
Gina Forgetta, Bill Northrop, Anne Rush
Photographer / Education Reporter
Leigh Clifton
City Hall Beaches
Kate Bradshaw
City Hall Gulfport
Cathy Salustri
Jeffrey White
Chris Campas
Gulfport, South Pasadena,
Azalea, Grand Central District,
Northwest St. Petersburg, Tyrone,
Kenwood, Central Oak Park,
Southwest St. Petersburg, Maximo,
Tierra Verde, St. Pete Beach,
Pass-A-Grille, Treasure Island,
Pinellas Point
Circulation 13,000
Editorial Copy Monday Noon
Display Advertising Tuesday 5 pm
if proof is required Monday Noon
Classified Advertising Tuesday 5pm

Become a fan. Give your opinion.
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The views and opinions expressed in this publication are not
necessarily those of the Publishers, advertisers or employees
of the Gabber.
The Gabber is not liable for any errors in advertising beyond
the cost of the first printing of any advertisement.
Contents of this publication may not be reproduced or copied
without premission of the Publishers.

Off-Shore Drilling Town Hall Meeting
There will be a Town Hall Meeting to discuss one of the most important decisions
impacting the future of Florida Off-Shore Drilling on Thursday, November 5
from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Gulfport Casino, 5500 Shore Boulevard S. in Gulfport.
Come and listen to a panel of researchers, proponents and opponents of off-shore
drilling. Join citizens and elected officials from Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough,
Citrus, Hernando, Manatee and Sarasota counties. Become an informed citizen
on this important issue. Sponsored by the Suncoast League of Cities and hosted
by City of Gulfport. For more information on this event, contact Bernie Young at

Halloween Trolley Schedule Change
The free downtown trolley that runs through downtown Gulfport on Friday and
Saturday evenings will not be running on Halloween night, Saturday, October
31. The trolley will run as normal on Friday, October 30 from 6-10 p.m. The
Gulfport/St. Pete Beach Connector Trolley will still run as scheduled with no

Gulfport Halloween Decorations Contest Winners
A big thank you to all the residents who participated in this year's Halloween
Decorations Contest. It was a difficult choice this year, as we had many
"spooktacular" entries. Congratulations to the winner of the General Theme:
Nolan Slone and Friends at 5613 Newton Ave. S. and the winner of the Haunted
House Theme: Cynthia Switalski at 900 63rd St. S.
Check out the other participating sites at 6115 Pasadena Pt. Blvd., 2202 59th
St. S., 6201 12th Ave. S., 800 Hull St. S., 2020 Gray St. S., 2621 Upton St. S.,
2644 49th St. S., 3032 Clinton St. S. and haunted houses at 2621 Upton St. S.
and 900 63rd St. S. The winners will receive their plaque at the Gulfport City
Council meeting on November 3 at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 2401 53rd St. S. Thank
you again to all who participated.

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4807 22nd Ave. S.
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1st Place Prize $50.00 Bar Tab
2nd Place Prize $25.00 Bar Tab
3rd Place Prize $10.00 Bar Tab

Party with your Bartender Lance
Costume Contest at Pepperz 12:00a.m.
Party with Bartender Jake and DJ Mark
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Geckoween Coming
to the Casino
GULFPORT, FL: Because one
celebration of the Gecko is never
enough, the Gulfport Merchants
Association has crafted this new
event to celebrate Geckohood and
Halloween at the same time. On
Friday, October 30, join hundreds of
friends and neighbors at the Gulfport
Casino Ballroom, 5500 Shore
Boulevard S. in Gulfport, from 7:30
to 11:30 p.m. The event will benefit
the non-profit Gulfport Merchants
Association and the Gulfport Senior

Center Foundation. Advance tickets
are $10 and can be purchased at the
GMA i 'h.iiml..-' of Commerce booth
during the Art Walk on October 17,
as well as Domain Home Accessories,
The Outpost, Sail Away Realty and
the Chamber of Commerce.
Tickets at the door will be $10 for
those in costume or $12 for non-
costumed attendees. Donations of
non-perishable food will be accepted
at the door and $12 admissions will
be reduced to $10 for any attendees
who bring in donations. The food will
be distributed to Gulfport families in

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Needless to say, costumes
(gecko-related or not) are greatly
encouraged. A live DJ will provide
music for dancing and entertainment.
Light snacks and a cash bar will be
available. Other activities will include
a silent auction, a costume contest
with prizes, opportunity drawings
and a 50/50 chance contest.
Merchants: Please consider donating
items for the Geckoween silent
auction. Donations of merchandise
or gift certificates will be greatly
appreciated and are tax-deductible.
For more information, contact Mike
Baggs at michaelbaggs@hotmail.com
or 430-7148.

Children's Halloween
The Treasure Island Recreation
Department's annual children's
Halloween Spooktacular will be
held on Friday, October 30 from
6-9 p.m. at the Treasure Bay Golf
and Tennis facility located at 10315
Paradise Boulevard. Activities will
include a costume contest, carnival
games, moonwalks and interactive
games, entertainment, refreshments
such as hotdogs, chips and drinks,
and a haunted hayride with spooky
cemetery. Judging for the costume
contest will begin at 6:30 p.m. with
the 2 year olds and under age group.
The haunted hayride and cemetery
will open at approximately 7 p.m. or
dusk. The event is free to the public
with the exception of minimal charges
for food and beverage concessions,
and some of the entertainment. Call
547-4575, ext 237.

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S. Pasadena, FL.33707
(727) 381-1010

Monday thru Thursday
9pm Midnight
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Most Holy Name
Most Holy Name will hold their
Oktoberfest on Thursday through
Sunday, October 29 through
November 1. Their musical line-up
includes Cathy's Lorelei German
Band Thursday, Motel Funk
Friday, Urban Gypsies Saturday
evening, Sarasota Slim Saturday
night, and the Impromptus Band
Sunday evening. Sunday afternoon
you will be entertained with a Latin
beat. All entertainment this year
will be indoors in the Maria center
Their flavors from around the
world include Italian and Greek
cuisine, barbecue, kettle corn, dogs,
burgers and brauts. Holy Name's
Spanish ministry will provide a
Latin American flavor each night
throughout the festival.
Bring your kids and celebrate
Halloween in a safe and fun
environment. Saturday at 5 p.m.
there will be a costume contest for
all ages with a very special celebrity
judge. Bucs fans, they invite you to

come visit, get autographs and take
pictures from one of the most beloved
Bucs fans "the Big ". Make sure
you check out the ad next week to
find out who the celebrity guest will
Many of the old favorites are still
around, the games, rides, arts &
crafts fair, sweets for the sweet, beer
and the Wine Garden. So come join
in the fun as the air is filled with
laughter, music, and dance. Most
Holy Name church is located at
5800 15 Avenue S. in Gulfport. For
information and details call 727-347-

6th Annual Haunted
House Benefit
GULFPORT: The 6th Annual
Haunted House used to aid church
ministries will be held on Saturday,
October 31 from 5-10 p.m. at 900
63 Street S. in Gulfport. Homeless
Ministry needs blankets, socks,
toiletries and can goods; Dominican
Republic ministries need children's
clothes, school supplies and shoes.
Any cash donations are accepted and
will go to a good cause. Take a tour
through the haunted house. They
would love to 'entertain' you.

Wednesday at 6:00pm
14 $50 Games, 2 $250 Progressive Jackpot Games

Guests. Wel0om e

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Antiques in the Park
and Classic Car Show
On Saturday, November 7 from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ('Iy in.- Park will
host the first in a series of "Antiques
in the Park" events, an outdoor
antiques and collectibles fair
co-sponsored by the City of Gulfport
and the Gulfport Lions Club. The
annual Classic Car Show will also
take place that day in the adjacent
block of the park, co-sponsored by
the City and CERTS, with cars from
1900 through today.
There will be a great assortment of
vintage fun for sale at Antiques in
the Park, including estate jewelry,
old pottery, art, china and glassware,
clocks, old beer signs, tools, linens,
toys, Florida memorabilia, quilts,
furniture, primitives, and even
vintage Aloha shirts. Antique
exhibitors will be set up throughout
the first block of the park, at Gulfport
Boulevard and Beach Boulevard,
and admission and parking for the
public is free. The rain date for
the antique show is the next day,
Sunday, November 8.
Antique dealers wishing to
participate may call 727-421-0441 for
registration, or visit www.hulahula.

Male Cat Neuter-a-thon
SPOT's Low Cost Spay/Neuter
Clinic is celebrating Halloween
with a male cat neuter-a-thon for all
black or orange cats. For the month
of October the first 100 male cats
will be only $25 each to neuter. Visit
www.SPOTusa.org or call for an
appointment at 727-329-8657.

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Deadline for City-Wide Yard Sale Brochure is near!
GULFPORT Got stuff? If you are a Gulfport resident, absolute deadline is
Friday, October 30 by 4:30 p.m. to add your Gulfport address on the permit
free City-Wide Yard Sale Brochure. The bi-yearly City-Wide yard sale is Sat-
urday, November 7 from dawn to dusk if you choose. Rain date is Sunday,
November 8.
The quickest way to get your address on the brochure is to email gbiron@
mygulfport.us or visit City Hall at 2401 53 Street S. and fill out a form.
For all the yard sale shoppers, brochures will be ready to pick up by Thursday,
November 5 at all City locations: City Hall, Recreation Center, Library, Senior
Center, Marina, Casino Ballroom or you can print a copy of the brochure (legal
size paper) at www.mygulfport.us under "latest news" on the main page. Also,
a list of all addresses will be in the Gabber in the "garage sale" section. On
Saturday, November 7, ('lyi. in Park (go to CERT Team Tent at Beach Blvd. S.
and 23rd Ave. S.) will be the main hub to pick up your brochure on the day of
the event. ('lI in.-I Park is also a stop with a "Car Show" and "Antiques in the
Park." Food vendors will be there to keep you fueled all day! You can also stop
by the Tangerine Greenway to visit the 49th St. Block Party!
A yard sale is a great way to get rid of the things that other people are look-
ing for while earning a few bucks for the holidays. Good luck to all Gulfport
participants and have fun!

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Eight for Hymn Concert
Pasadena Community Church, 227
70 Street S. in St. Petersburg, will
host a concert on Sunday, November 1
at 4p.m. Enjoy romantic, sacred, and
novelty songs uniquely performed
by solos, duets, trios, and the entire
octet. Call (727) 381-2499 for more
info. Admission $10, free parking.

Visit St. Philip's
Anglican Church
Last week the Vatican graciously
invited disenchanted Anglicans to
convert. Pope Benedict XVI's offer
is gracious and pastoral and some
may want to take it. But if you
want to remain Anglican without

Unitarian Universalist
United Fellowship
5721 Central Ave.
Can there be a church without a creed? We
are a lay led Fellowship guided by truth
and reason. We invite you to discover
Unitarian Universalism with us.
Discussion 10:15 AM
Program 11:00 AM

Lake Maggiore Baptist Church
A Multi- Cultural, Congregational
Southern Baptist Church
Pastor Ronald R. Flucker
4100 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. S.
email: LakeMaggiorell@knology.net
Single, Widowed, Divorced?
Join us on Sunday at 9:30 am for Bible Study &
Fellowship. Refreshments, Birthdays Celebrated
Sunday Morning:
Bible Study 9:30am. Worship Service 11am.
Sunday Evening:
Discipleship Training 6pm Worship Service 7pm
Wednesday: Prayer Meeting & Bible Study 7pm

all the liberal stances, visit St.
Philip's Anglican Church where the
traditional faith is upheld and the
sacraments administered. Theyinvite
you to their 10 a.m. Sunday service at
7685 66 Street N. in Pinellas Park.

Gulfport Homeowner
to Preach
Gulfport Presbyterian Church
welcomes the Rev. Lois Robinson
Lehman to the pulpit on Sunday,
November 1 and 8. Lois owns the
home on the 45th Street cul-de-sac
presently occupied by her son, Capt.
David Dant. She retired recently as
a Presbyterian pastor in Pocomoke
City, MD, and currently lives in

St. Philip's Anglican Church
7865 66th St. N.
Pinellas Park, FL 33781 e
RE^ 727-549-0400
The Rev. John H. Poole
Sunday School ...... 9am
Sunday Worship........ 10am
Mass 11am & 7pm
Bible Study 11:30am & 7:30pm

Our Savior Lutheran Church
and School
Pastor Paul Burtzlaff
301 58th St. South
St. Petersburg, FL. 33707

Delaware. The public is invited
to join the congregation for these
worship services at 10:30 a.m., 5313
27 Avenue S. For more information,
call Kathy any morning M-F at the
church office 321-8086.

Fall Festival at
Gateway Christian
Gateway Christian Center at 4355
Central Avenue will hold their Fall
Festival on Saturday, October 31
from 6-8 p.m. Event includes free
door prizes, free candy for kids,
games, barbecue, seven moon walks,
music and much more. Everything
is free. Donations are welcome. Call
327-0771 for more information.


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mornings at 10 am
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Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965
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Pet Fest at Pasadena
Community Church
Pasadena Community Church is
hosting a Pet Fest on November 7
from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. They intend
for this to be a great community event
offering an opportunity for meeting
your neighbors and their pets. There
will be a blessing of all pets, displays
and vendors with pet related services
or products. Food to include lunch will
be available featuring Dave's Dawgs,
snacks and cold drinks. All proceeds
from this event will go to offset the
cost of counseling for anyone in need,
there is not requirement that the
person be a member of their church.

Pilgrim Congregational
United Church of Christ
You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
Nursery Available
Adult Sunday School 9:30 am
SWednesday Bible Study
11:00 am and 7:00pm
6315 Central Ave.
me 727-347-1226
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"

Community Metaphysical Church
1950 2nd Ave. No., St. Petersburg
(727) 822-8628 (727) 822-3157
Sunday Worship Services 11:00 am
Wed., Nov. 4, 7pm Workshop-
Transformational Breath, with
Dr. Rusty Barrier
Friday, Nov. 6, 7-9pm
A Celestial Evening of
Healing Sound Vibratrion
Swami Laraaji & Rosie Warburton
$20. pre/pay/register $5. Discount
Sunday, Nov., 8, 1-3:30pm
Laughter Meditation Workshop
Swami Laraaji
$30. pre/pay/register $5. Discount
Check our WEBSITE for details
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First United Methodist
Church of Gulfport
171 'TM-1 ff, IRT-Tl.t7I

Schedule of Worship
Sunday Worship
8:00 AM & 10:00AM
Wednesday 10:00 AM

Join Us For
Sunday 8am & 10am Holy Eucharist
Our Thrift Store is open
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Food Pantry
Food Pantry is Open
1st & 3rd Sundays
from: 10 am to 12:30 pm
St. Bartholomew's
Episcopal Church
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Sunday Mornings
Sunday School 9:15a
Traditional Serv. 10:30a
Fellowship for all 11:30a
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9:00 am Direct Connection Contemporary Service
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10:00 am Classes for All Ages

227 70th Street South St. Petersburg, FL 33707
Phone 727-381-2499 www.pasadenacommunitychurch.org


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Community-Wide Yard
Sale in St. Pete Beach
ST. PETE BEACH, FL: The St. Pete
Beach Community Center will be
hosting a community-wide yard sale
on Saturday, November 7 from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. You can sell your own
items for extra cash or come browse
for bargains. Cost for a vendor spot
is $10 for SPB residents and $12.50
for non-residents. Tables are $5
each while supplies last. Sellers can
begin setting up as early as 6 a.m.
that morning at the Community
Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive.
Registration will run from October
1 through November 6 or until all
spots are full. Call 363-92455 with

49th Street Block
Party and Safety Fair
The Gulfport Crime Awareness
and Prevention Program and the
City of Gulfport are sponsoring a
49th Street Block Party and Safety
Fair. Come join us on Saturday,
November 7 on the Tangerine
Greenway from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Planning is still in progress but we
will have participants from Gulfport
Neighborhood groups, Gulfport
Police Department, Pinellas County
Sheriffs Department, St. Pete Fire
Department and St. Pete Police
Department. So come on out and
join us! Any suggestions or contacts
would be greatly appreciated!
There will be a box to collect non-
perishable food items for the Food
Pantry at the Senior Center.

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West VA State Society
The West Virginia State Society
will meet on Monday, November 2 at
the Piccadilly Cafeteria at 1900 34
Street N. in St. Pete at 11 a.m. with
Dutch Treat luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
Larry Merritt of the St. Pete Hospice
Society will offer the easy ways
you can avail yourself of the new
programs currently being offered by
All West Virginians living or visiting
St. Pete and their guests are invited
to attend. The group meets the first
Monday of each month. For more
information, call John Cronin at 541-

Commission: no
traffic light cameras
ST PETE BEACH In the past four
years, said St. Pete Beach Police
Chief David Romine, the barrier
island community has seen 1,284
traffic accidents. Of those, he said,
12 were due to someone running a
red light. This is part of the reason
the City Commission elected not to
explore the possibility of installing
cameras on traffic lights that would
photograph the license plates of
alleged red light runners. Romine
noted that the mechanisms often give
inaccurate readings and cited the


City of Lakeland's rebate program
for drivers who have been falsely
cited for non-violations like turning
right on red. Romine's report on the
subject included traffic statistics from
St. Pete Beach and a recent study
that Cape Coral Police Department
Sargeant Michael Catania prepared
for his city on the same issue. It
ultimately concluded that traffic
light cameras are unnecessary in
St. Pete Beach. Commissioner Bev
Garnett said that, after reading the
report, "it just became apparently
clear that this is not what we need
in our city."

Parking violations
to get a hike
ST PETE BEACH Going over on a
parking meter because you stayed in
the water a little too long is one thing.
Pulling into a disabled spot despite

being perfectly able to walk perfectly
well across a parking lot is a different
story, says the City Commission.
"There's nothing more that gets
under my skin," said Mayor Mike
Finnerty, than someone who parks
in spaces reserved for the disabled.
Violations like double parking,
overtime parking and leaving the
motor running in an unattended
vehicle will now cost perpetrators
$25 instead of $20. Major violations
like parking in front of a fire hydrant
or in a disabled zone will now fetch
$100 and $255, respectively. The
charges, commissioners said, are
aimed to be punitive much more so
than than to generate revenue for
the city; Administrative Services
Supervisor Dan O'Connor said that
there have been a total of three fire
hydrant parking citations given out
this year.


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The November 12th program will
be held at 1620 Park Street N. at
1 p.m. It will be hosted by Eric
Anderson who will discuss gardens,
birds and the history of Tocobaga
native lands. This is also near the
spot where the Spanish explorer
Panfilo de Narvaez landed in the
Enter andpark by the old Saffron's.
Those who want to carpool may
make arrangements with friends.
This should be an interesting,
educational and fun afternoon.
Mark your calendar and plan to be
there on November 12 at 1 p.m.

Annual Plant and
Garden Doodad Sale
The Garden Club of St. Petersburg
will hold their Annual Plant and
Garden Doodad Sale on Friday,
October 30 from 9-4 and Saturday,
October 31 from 9-2 at the Garden
Club Center, 500 Sunset Drive S.
in St. Petersburg. Plants are grown
by the Garden Club members (no
vendors) and all proceeds help
support the many community
projects that the Garden Club
works on throughout the year.
There will be hundreds of plants
from hibiscus, crotons, orchids,
kalanchoes, lilies, ferns, herbs,
caladiums, vegetables, many
different trees and vines and some
very special exotics. Call Astrid
Suau at 894-2566.

South Pasadena
Civic Association
The South Pasadena Civic
Association is sponsoring their
annual Thanksgiving Dinner on
Saturday, November 7 at 5:30 p.m.
at City Hall. Cost is $12 members,
$14 for nonmembers. Call Agnes at
347-5292 for tickets. Ten games of
bingo will be played after dinner.
The next regular meeting will
be Wednesday, November 11 at
1:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Eichenbaum. The meeting is
open to all.
Bingo is held every Thursday at
12:30 p.m.
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Jennifer Rundell, St. Pete: "Hon-
estly, I'm not up to date with all that,
but I have a girlfriend whose boy-
friend is stationed in Kuwait and
from what I hear, the soldiers there
aren't getting paid and aren't get-
ting what they were promised by the
military. I know I wouldn't want any
of my family or friends to go to Af-
ghanistan. There it's either kill or be
killed. The war has been going on for
so long; I don't think it would help to
send more troops there. Even if we
kill a lot of insurgents, they will just
keep having babies that grow up to be
boys who get trained to carry a gun
and kill. There's no rhyme or reason
to it; it's the way they're brought up.
They're told that the US is the great
enemy; that women are lower than
dirt and they believe that by kill-
ing as many Americans as possible,
they will go to heaven. But just like
in America, where we have so many
people of different faiths and ethnici-
ties, not all people of Afghanistan are
terrorists and hate Americans. It's
all about how you are raised."

Chloe Ann Chipps, Gulfport: "I
feel like there are so many troops
there but they're not getting the
backup they need to fight the Tali-
ban. I don't think we've abandoned
them; I just think that we haven't
given our troops enough support
so they can do their job effectively.
They're not very protected. I think
the US should either bring them all
home, or send a whole lot more sol-
diers to shore them up. If the com-
manders say they need more troops,
then send them. But as to effective-
ness, those people don't even want
us in their country. I don't know why
we think we change a culture that's
evolved over thousands of years. It
would be like them coming here and
trying to change our ways to theirs.
It just can't be done. We think our
way is the right way and most of the
time it is. We are right, for example,
about the horrible way they treat
their women. But can a war change
that kind of thinking? I don't think
so. It seems like a lose-lose scenar-

Peter Zylman, St. Pete: "We should
bring them home; we've lost too many
men and women there already. The
other countries involved aren't do-
ing nearly as much as we are and we
can't continue to sacrifice our troops
for the entire world. Unless NATO
starts taking control of the situation
we need to pull out of there. We had
the chance to solve the entire prob-
lem during the Bush administration.
Our snipers had Bin Laden in their
site; twice, but were called off the
shot by someone at the Pentagon.
We had Sadaam Hussein once too,
but we were again called off. Presi-
dent Obama inherited a war that we
can't win. I think he got screwed and
he's doing his best to try and fix the
problem. I heard that he has already
asked for the troops to come home. I
say let the rest of the world deal with


John Roberts, South Pasadena: "I have no idea; I have no investment in the
war. I used to work as a small arms manufacturer, upgrading military vehicles
at Eglin Air Force Base in Tallahassee. But to me it seems that the problem is
that we always try to change people's perceptions; that we want to control how
they act and think. I get that. But we can't police criminals in other countries
if we can't even control our own. Everyone knows that war starts at home. So
protect your own citizens before you try and protect other citizens from a foreign
land. All of this posturing seems to be about garnering good will from the other
countries. We've joined their fight and made it our own. We shouldn't have to
fight other country's battles just to get along globally."

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Salvation Army Needs
Holiday Volunteers
The Salvation Army of South Pinellas
County is seeking holiday volunteers
to assist with the registration of
clients who will receive gifts and food
for Christmas. Volunteers will meet
and greet clients, help them complete
paperwork for assistance, complete
Angel Tree Tags, answer telephones
and much more.
Registration takes place from
October 13 through November 13,
Monday through Friday from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Volunteer hours are
flexible with shifts available from 9
a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to
4p.m. Registration will take place at
The Salvation Army located at 1400
Fourth Street S. in St. Petersburg.
Call Gail Stark, Community
Relations Coordinator at (727) 550-
8080, ext. 332 or email her at Gail

2nd Mile Recovery
Meetings promote growth in Christ
and recovery from addictions. Open
to all those affected by addiction
whether individually afflicted or
burdened with someone who is.
Meetings will be held Tuesdays at
5:30 p.m. at Tradewinds Church
located at 6740 Park Street S., So.
Pasadena. Call 344-1501 for more

Foster Homes Needed
Imagine being taken away from your
home, not knowing where you will go,
leaving behind your favorite things.
Now, imagine this through the eyes
of a child. There are more than 3,500
dependent children in Pinellas and
Pasco counties due to child abuse,
neglect or abandonment. Many of
them need loving foster parents. For
more information on becoming a fos-
ter parent, please call Eckerd Com-
munity Alternatives Recruitment
Line toll-free at 1-866-271-4705 and
press "7".

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Saturday 10-31 Ghoulash!!! Happy Halloween!
Monday 11-02 Baked Chicken Spaghetti
Tuesday 11-03 Baked Ham with Broccoli Bake
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Town Shores Bocce
On Friday, October 30, the Bocce
Club will be serving coffee and donuts
in the clubhouse auditorium at 9:30
a.m. A meeting will follow. Please
plan on attending. Bocce games will
begin on Monday, November 2 at 1
The November Bocce Dance will
take place on Saturday, November
14 in the clubhouse auditorium at
5:30 p.m. A delicious dinner prepared
by Lee Roy Selmon's will be served
around 6 p.m. The menu is salad,
barbecue ribs and chicken breast,
vegetables and a special dessert.
Coffee and setups will be available.
Music for dancing will be provided
by Alex Garrido. Also, there will be
a few prizes.
Tickets are $16. Call your building
rep and get your tickets early. Call
Judy at 344-7558 with questions.
Information is also posted on your
building's bulletin board.

New Watercolor Class
New watercolor-Art for Living class
forming will be tentatively starting
November 3. Class will be from 9:30
a.m. to 12 noon on Wednesdays and
will be a 6 week session. Fees must
be paid at registration or before
each session. Cost is $35 per session.
For more information or to register
please call instructor Judith Salmon
BS., MFA at 727-328-7490.

Sunsation Show Chorus
Kicks Off New Season
Sunsation Show Chorus kicks off
its 6th season with "When Big Bands
Ruled", featuring great arrangements
of the timeless music of Glenn Miller,

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Count Basie, Benny Goodman,
Duke Ellington and others. Director
Brian Smawley emcees with his
usual charm. Carolyn Wong is their
extraordinary piano accompanist.
Delightful specialty numbers are
interspersed throughout the show.
The rhythm section (guitar and
drums) provides backup for it all.
The Largo performance will be
November 1 at 3 p.m. at Faith United
Methodist, 403 First Ave. S.W.; the
Pinellas Park performance will be
November 8, 3p.m. at the Pinellas

Park Performing Arts Center, 4951
78 Avenue.
Upcoming shows include "Jukebox
Saturday Night" on January 24 in
Pinellas Park and on January 31 in
Largo; "Broadway Opening Night",
on April 19 in Pinellas Park and on
April 26 in Largo. Purchase season
tickets to all three shows for $30;
single tickets $15; group rates $12.
For tickets call 688-5189. They
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Show is open to all. Entry date is
November 5 between 9 a.m. and
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Gary Tenore: Master Stylist and Unparalleled Colorist

By Cathy Salustri ~'

If you want your hair to
shine with color that
lasts and makes you look
drop-dead gorgeous, visit
Gary Tenore at the Auracle
Salon. We're not just saying
that, either. Gary's got the
dynamic duo of accolades
when it comes to hair: expe-
rience and talent.
Gary teaches other hair-
dressers how to color hair
as part of his role as the Di-
rector of Education for Italy
Hair Fashion, a major Ital-
ian haircolor manufacturer
specializing in mostly natu-
ral ingredients. The haircol-
or adds body to fine hair and
makes coarse hair infinitely
more manageable.
For almost two decades
Gary's worked with Italy
Hair Fashion, teaching other
stylists how to color and cut
hair. He's earned a name for
himself in the industry; it's
not unusual for him to travel
as far as Dubai and over 12
other countries to work as a
platform artist so a conven-
tion hall filled with hair styl- Gary
ists can observe his coloring world
and cutting techniques. becau
As a colorist and stylist Gary grow
works most of the month out
of New York, just outside the
city in Westchester county. His cli-
ents come from the surrounding area
but many also travel from the city to
his salon, which he's owned for 25
years. He's known for his ability to
fix other people's mistakes, whether
those "other people" are other stylists
or someone who tried to go blonde
with a $2.99 bottle of hair color.
While Gary enjoys a thriving busi-
ness in New York and loves the trav-
el associated with his work at Italy
Hair Fashion, he fell in love with the
Gulfport/St. Petersburg area a few
years ago and decided he wanted to
move his base of operations here.
"I love this area," he says in between
clients at the upscale Auracle Salon
"but I can't move my entire business
here until I build a strong client base.

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his ever-growing list of local clients.
He still has a heavy client portfolio
in New York and travels around the
world to teach hair coloring, but he
wants to spend more time here in-
stead of New York.
He focuses on hair color in both
places, although he gives an expert
hair cut as well. The coloring sets
him head and shoulders--no pun
intended--above other colorists.
That's not a slap to other colorists,
but when you have access to the man
who teaches stylists how to color
hair, why go anywhere else?
While Gary has every reason to be
arrogant, he's the farthest thing from
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alongside for his huge
New York following.
"The haircolor is
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If you would like to meet LB or any of our other grey-
Senior Center:
Contact Cyntha at 8-1231 hounds, please call Greyhound Pets of America on (727)
595-7852, visit our website: www.greyhoundpets.com, or
Meals on Wheels see us at the Tyrone PetSmart on most Sundays from noon to 2 p.m. Call first
Contact Pat Hazel at if you want to meet a specific dog.
Contact Pat Hazell at
573-9444, ext. 291

Friends of Strays
R e JM e ,s These two adorable 5 month old siblings are very play-
ful! They were found at the Fire Academy and brought
to us at one month old. Napo is a female DSH Black
and White, her brother is a handsome DSH Tabby and
White. They are both named after two fallen firefighters
from the World Trade Center. If you are interested in
1135 Pasadena Ave. So. adopting Walter and Napo or other sibling kittens, visit
Suite 140 friendsofstrays.com, call 727-522-6566 or stop by our shelter at 2911 47 Ave-
South Pasadena nue N. in St. Petersburg Tuesday through Sunday 11 a.m. 3 p.m. All adoption
fees include spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip and Pinellas County License.

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NE in St. Petersburg. Dr. Karen
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Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg
will be the speaker. Dunlap is also a
member of the Board of Directors of
the St. Petersburg Times Publishing
Company and is also on the board
of the Newspaper Association of
America and Eckerd College's Board

of Trustees. A former reporter and
writer, Dunlap has spent more than
30 years aiding aspiring journalists
and is the co-author of two books.
Networking begins at 11:30 a.m.
and the meeting begins at 12 noon.
Meetings are open to the public but
reservations (see below) must be
made by noon the Tuesday prior to
the meeting. Cost is $16 for members
and $21 for visitors.
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chapter of Business and Professional
Women/USA. Founded in 1919, the
organization is multigenerational

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Community Yard Sale
Quality Self Storage of South
Pasadena is hosting a Community
Yard Sale on November 14 from 9-2
p.m. at 950 Pasadena Avenue S. in
South Pasadena next to Sweetbay
Supermarket. To register for your
space or vendor call 345-2197. Great
deals, lots of items up for grabs and
donations accepted for refreshments.

Bowl to Benefit
Gulfcoast Oncology
Ten Pin Lanes, 1453 Pasadena
Avenue S. in S. Pasadena, will hold
a Bowling Benefit for Gulfcoast
Oncology Foundation on Sunday,
November 8 from 1-4 p.m. Entry fee
is $25 each and $10 for children age
10 and under includes three games of
bowling. Event features prizes, silent
auction items and raffles. There will
be an After Bowling Event at Gigi's
Italian Restaurant, 6852 Gulfport
Boulevard in S. Pasadena. Gulfport
Oncology Fouindation is a non-profit
501(c)3 organization that raises funds
to develop and foster community
resources, provide education as well
as non-medical financial assistance to
cancer patients throughout Pinellas
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Let There be Peace

Barbara Langford-Moore plays her
guitar under a tree at the 38th annual
Circus McGurkis at St. Petersburg's Lake
Vista Park. A group of peace activists
started Circus McGurkis in 1971 and
The Religious Society of Friends, known
to many as the Quakers, oversee Circus
McGurkis every year.

Montessori by the Sea Annual Fish Broil
The Annual Fish Broil and Mullet Festival will be held on Saturday, November 7
from 3-7 p.m. in the park between 9th and 10th Avenues on Pass-a-Grille. Bring
the entire family down to Pass-a-Grille and enjoy an afternoon of carnival games,
a kids' fishing tournament at Merry Pier, music and a silent auction followed by
a bonfire on the beach when the sun goes down. Come be a part of the tradition
originally created by the Sunshine School and proudly carried on by Montessori
by the Sea School in beautiful Pass-a-grille.
An Alumni Reception and Museum Tour at the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum
on 10th Avenue will be held on Friday, November 6 at 6 p.m. Sunshine School
Alumni and Gulf Beaches Elementary Alumni are invited to attend. Live Blue
Grass entertainment, refreshments and light hors d'euvres will ring in the
weekend activities in honor of the special alumni attendees.

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Fitness Center Extends Hours: Our Fitness
Center is so busy during the day we have
extended our hours on Tues. & Thurs. until
7pm. Try out our new state-of-the-art exercise
equipment. Registration/small fee required.
Phone Distribution for Hearing Impaired:
Amplified phones will be available at no cost
for Florida residents with a hearing loss on
Tues. Nov. 17, 9:30-11:30am. Courtesy of Deaf
& Hearing Connection.
Luminaries on Sale at Senior Center:
Honor your living or deceased loved ones with
a luminary that will be displayed in Clymer
Park on Nov. 30 during the Holiday Tree
Lighting Ceremony. The $2 luminaries can
be purchased in honor of, in memory of or a
holiday greeting for a family member, friend
or business. Call the Senior Center for more
A Weekend Wonderland Fundraiser:
Tickets ($5 donation) are going fast for
the Senior Center's Weekend Wonderland
Fundraiser on Fri. Dec. 4, 5-9pm. Includes
live & silent auctions, an opportunity raffle for
theme baskets and a chance to bid on many
exciting prizes such as Disney Passes, Starlite
Dinner Cruise passes, and much more! Must
be present to win the live auction. Also, mark
your calendar for Sat. Dec. 5th from 9am to
2pm for the Senior Center Flea Market and
Better Boutique. No entry ticket required. Call
the Senior Center for more info. Donations of
new or gently used items are gladly accepted.
(Sorry, no clothing).
Computer Classes: One-on-one training
sessions are available at no cost. Call for an
GEMS Transportation: Door-to-door service
for Gulfport seniors 55/over. Call (727) 893-
2242 for registration and fee info.

Telephone Reassurance Service: Free
daily call to Gulfport seniors living alone. Call
for more info on this helpful service to ensure
your safety.
Live Chat Room: This new activity is a nice
way to connect with others. Come share your
life stories or just listen to the stories of others
every Friday at 2pm.
Diabetic Education Classes: Mon. Nov. 9 &
23 at 10am.
Recreation. Education. Nutrition &
Service: The Senior Center offers a wide
variety of activities for seniors and extends a
warm welcome to newcomers to stop by and
see what we are all about! Monthly calendars
may be e-mailed upon request. Come and check
us out!
New Computer Station:
Check out our new computer station in the
Senior Center lobby courtesy of the Senior
Center Foundation. It will be ready for
business as soon as we get a new monitor. This
is one of many things the Foundation has done
to enhance the programs and activities of the
Senior Center. Thanks to all our participants
who have become members of the Foundation.

Italian Performance: Sorry, the Oct. 29
evening performance in the Theater by the
Italian American Society of St. Petersburg has
been cancelled and rescheduled for Fri. April
16. Watch the Gabber for further details.
AARP Driving Classes: are held on the first
two Tuesdays of every month from 1-4pm. Call
867-7888 to register and fee info.
Wii Bowling: Daytime Wii Bowling has been
so successful we are offering two evenings
(Tues. Nov. 3 & 17) at 6:30pm. Stetson students
will be here to show you how easy it is! Fun is
Lunch & Learn: will be held on Tues. Nov. 5

or 893-2237
at 11am. Topic: Long Term Care by Bankers
Life. Limited seating. Call now to reserve.
Thanksgiving Dinner Party: Tickets ($5)
are now available for the Senior Center's
annual Thanksgiving Dinner Party that will
be held on Tues. Nov. 24 at ll:30am. Seating
is limited.
Free Memory Screenings: will be offered
on Wed. Nov. 17, 9am-3pm. Appointments
required. Courtesy of the Alzheimer's

Two Presentations. Wed. Nov. 18 at
Investment Selections by Cliff Cook from
Raymond James
Helping Yourself Navigate the Medical
System by Hospice

4pm Beginning Spanish
5:10pm Spanish Conversation
10am Quilting Club
10:30am Investment Discussion
11:15am Bone Strengthening Exercise Class
1:30am Yoga
9am Art
9:30am Line Dancing
6:00pm Italian Beginners
7:00pm Italian Intermediate & Advanced
10am Writers Workshop
Ongoing Support Groups:
Diabetic Support (1st & 3rd Mon. at 10am)
Hearing Support (1st & 3rd Mon at 2pm)
Vision Support (2nd & 4th Mon at 2pm)
Caregiver Support, Wed. 2pm

* Gulfport Library

5501 28th Ave. So. 893-1074


Gulfport Creative Short Story Writ-
ers: Every Wednesday, 10:00 am.
One-on-One Computer Instruction:
By appointment only--contact Alex Hooks
at the Reference Desk, or call 893-1073.
Art Exhibit: Pastels by Paul Nucci.
Starts Friday, November 6.
Author Talk and Book Signing: Philip
Tropea, operatic tenor and author of Mar-
co. Saturday, November 7, 2:00 pm.
"Grandma Reads Stories at the Li-
brary!" Saturdays, 11:30 am. Starts No-
vember 7, with the "grandmother" of The
Cat in the Hat!
Songs and Book Signing: Saturday,
November 7, 2:00 pm. Philip Tropea, op-
eratic tenor and author of Marco.
Pat Brinklev presents "Fun with
Crafts": Saturdays, November 7 and 21,

2:00 pm.
LIBRARY CLOSED: Wednesday, No-
vember 11, for Veterans Day.
Socrates Caf6: Thursday, November 12,
10:00 am.
Suncoast Computer Users Group:
Thursday, November 12, 6:00 pm.
Scrapbookers Club for Teens &
Adults: Make beautiful pages of memo-
ries. Saturday, November 14, 1:00 pm.
Retirement Planning Workshop for
Seniors: Tuesday, November 17, 10:00
am. Presented by the Senior Learning
Coffee/Talk: Thursday, November 19,
10:00 am. Discussion of The Book Thief,
by Markus Zusak. Books and discussion
guides available at the Reference Desk.
Coffee/Talk Movie: "Into the Arms of
Strqn _or-a Stnries of the Kindertransport"
i(\ ir -1 11 ). Thursday, November 19,

1:30 pm. Oscar-winning documentary
about Jewish child children transported
to Britain to escape the Holocaust, nar-
rated by Dame Judi Densch. (2 hours)

Unless otherwise noted, all programs and
meetings are held in The Frances Purdy
Friends Room

Open Monday-Friday: 10 am 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am -4 pm

All meetings and programs are free and
open to the public
Programs and dates are subject to change
For more information, call: 893-1074,
email: gpublib@yahoo.com,
or check our website:
Search for/reserve items on our online
catalog: http://pals.polarislibrary.com

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Slices city Sponsored Activities

i in the Community

Recreation Center 5730 Shore Blvd. So 893-1068

mygulfport.us and follow the links:
City Departments, Leisure services,
Rec. Center.

Tomlinson Skate Park Sticker
Purchase New Sticker
due Oct. 09
Annual cost $5 res./$10 non-res. Reg-
istration: Age 17 and under must be
accompanied by a parent, have proof
of residency and fill a consent form.
Availability to register: Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m.-8 p.m.

Open Gameroom Tues. & Thurs.,
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Adult Basketball Mon., Wed. &
Fri, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and Thurs., 6-9

School Year Child Care Pro-
gram Grades K-5, (up to age 14 on
in-service days).
Teen Night Teens, age's middle
school to 17. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-9
Tot Time Program Ages 3-5 year
old, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

CLASSES Call instructor for
more information
* AAYA Dance Thurs., 6 p.m.
Call AAYA 813-885-2292.
* AAYA Cheerleading Tues., 6 p.m.
Call AAYA 813-885-2292.
* Body Sculpt-RETURNS IN NO-
VEMBER- Thurs., 6:30 p.m.
Call Billie at 239-313-0876.
* Cane Self Defense Class-Mon.,
6:30-7:30 p.m.
Call Mike at 320-5035
* Dog Obedience Wed., 6:30 p.m.
Call Lisa at 772-3631.
* Fencing Wed., 4:30 & 5:30 p.m.
Call Jim Campoli at 813-855-3112.
* Gymnastics Fri., 5:30 p.m.
Call Barbara at 804-9400.
* Karate Mon. & Fri., 6:30 p.m.
Call Diane at 459-1399.

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

* LAST DRAG smoking cessation
workshop starting Tuesday Nov. 17,
Call Betty at 727-642-6049
* Nia Wed., 9:00 am.
Call Kaluwa at 729-9410.
* Noisemakers Mon., 6 p.m.
Call Gabe at 345-7472.
* Sumyie Wed., 6:30 p.m.
Call Mike at 320-5035.
* Stretch and Tone Tues. & Thurs.,
9-10 a.m.
Call Jean 302-9423
* Tai Chi Tues. & Thurs., 9 a.m.
Call Oletta at 344-5181 or Marge at
* Tennis Tues., 4:30 p.m., 5 p.m.
and 6 p.m.
Call Jack at 430-0690.
* Watercolor Thurs., 6:30 p.m. Call
Patsi at 501-3559.
* Watercolor- Art for Living- Starts
Nov. 3rd,Wed., 9:30 a.m. -Noon.
Call Judith at 328-7490.
* Yoga Thurs.., 6:30 p.m.
Call Maureen at 381-2166.

5501 27th Ave. So.
(enter on 26th Ave.)

a comedy about falling in love
with a little white lie

Nov. 5-15,
Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.
Sun. Matinee, 2 p.m.

Tickets $15. Available at Gulfport
Casino, Eileen's Resale Boutique,
Beach Bazaar, Gulfport Chamber
or call 727-322-0316

Neighborhood Center
1617 49th St. So./893-1070
Mon. & Wed., 1:30 Vitalife Ex-
ercise class
Sun. 6:30pm, Overeaters Anon-



5500 Shore Blvd. So.

Thurs., Oct. 29, 7-11pm
Hot & Cold Buffet, $10

Fri. Oct 30, 7:30-11:30pm
Costume Dance, $10 in cos-
tume, $12 St. Clothes
Benefit for Sr. Ctr. by Gulfport
Merchants Association

Every Sunday
6-10pm Ballroom Dance
&Band $7

Every Tuesday
12 3pm- Ballroom Lessons $7
12-1 Inter, 1-2 Beg., 2-3 Dancing

6:30-10:30pm-Argentine Tango $7
6:30-8pm Lesson, 8-8:30 Practice,
8:30-10:30pm Milonga

Every Wednesday
6 11pm- Swing Dance $7
6-8 Lessons, 8-11 pm Swing Dance

Every Thursday
7-8:30 Lessons,8:30-10 Dance $7

Bi-Yearly Gulfport City-Wide Yard Sale and
"Antiques in the Park" & "Classic Car Show"
at Clymer Park, Saturday, November 7, 2009
What you need to know about the next City-Wide Yard Sale:
Each 1st Saturday of each month, you can have your yard sale at your Gulfport
residence and it's Permit Free. On this "special" Saturday, November 7th, a
brochure will be created with your address no charge! (Rain date, November
There are many convenient ways be added to the City-Wide Yard Sale
*Email your Gulfport address to: gbiron@mygulfport.us
* Fill out the form in the Gulfport Gabber and return to City Hall
*Print it off the City's website (www.mygulfport.us) on the main page under
"Latest News," fill out and return to City Hall.
***The address information is due by
Friday, October 30th by 4:30 p.m.***
You can get the City Wide Yard Sale Brochure on Thursday, November 5 at all
City facilities or a complete address list in the Gulfport Gabber in the garage
sale section. On Saturday, November 7, (' lyin,.- Park (corner of Gulfport Blvd.
S. and Beach Blvd. S.) will be the main hub to pick up your brochure at the day
of the event. Visit the "Antiques in the Park and Classic Car Show" show as
one of your stops! There will be food and drink vendors available.
The City-Wide Yard Sale is sponsored by the City of Gulfport. The Classic
Car Show" is sponsored by CERT and the City of Gulfport. The "Antiques
in the Park" is sponsored by the City of Gulfport and Gulfport Lions Club,
and managed by Hula Hula Productions. Both ('I yi.-' Park events begin at
10 a.m.
(NOTE: For more information on the City-Wide Yard Sale, contact Gail at
727-893-1118. For more info on the "Antiques in the
Park" event, contact Annette at 727-421-0441.)

City of Gulfport
Permit Free City-wide Yard Sale Map Application Form
Saturday, November 7th (rain date Sunday, November 8th)
Gulfport Residents only Yard Sale is Dawn to Dusk


Phone #

Please return to City Hall no later than Friday, October 30th by
4:30 p.m. to make the map brochure.

Note: Please print clearly.

Celebrating 28 Years of Professional

Lawn Spraying
ac Perry, author and past Pinellas Horticulture Agent controls over 40
fferent Lawn insects, plus Diseases, plus Weeds, plus your Shrubs and
ees sprayed all for $54 up to 5000 sq. ft. Includes Fertilization.

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Tour of Homes
Historic Kenwood will hold a
BungalowFest Tour of Home on
Saturday, November 7 from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Tickets ($15 day of) and
tour information will be available
at Historic Kenwood's park located
at 2900 Third Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg. Pre-sale tickets for $10
may be purchased at Craftsman
House Gallery at 2955 Central
Avenue N. For more information
regarding tickets or the tour, please
call Sue Heyen at (727) 323-8441 or
BungalowFest 2009 marks the 19th
anniversary of the Historic Kenwood
Neighborhood Association and
the llth annual home tour with a
celebration of the Historic Kenwood
neighborhood in St. Petersburg. The
tour highlights the history of the
bungalow and will include a tour of
12 historic homes.
In the late 1990s, Kenwood was
designated for its significance in
the areas of community planning
and development and architecture.
The neighborhood features restored
1920s-era bungalows with fireplaces,
wood floors, big porches and original
accents such as a built-in hutch or
an ironing board compartment.
The neighborhood recently was
added to the National Register of
Historic Places. Historic Kenwood
was also named a top ten cottage
neighborhood by Cottage living
magazine in 2006.

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"When Big "Jukebox "Broadway
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Largo Pinellas Park Pinellas Park
November 1 January 24 April 11
3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m.

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November 8 January 31 Aprl 18
3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3p.m.

Pinellas Park Performing Largo
Arts Center Faith United Methodist
4951 78th Ave. 403 First Ave. S.W.
For tickets call:
688-5189 OR 541-4501
Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

Stroke Prevention


1. Stroke/Carotid Ultrasound ............................................................................................ $35
This test visualizes build-up of plaque in the carotid arteries that may lead to stroke.
Strokes are associated with carotid blockage. 50% have no warning signs.

2. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) ............................................................................... $35
95% of ruptured AAA's result in death. The majority of victims have no symptoms.
3. Arterial Disease (PAD) Test ............................................................................................$35
Ultrasound Doppler is used to detect poor circulation due to blockage in the extremities. An abnormal PAD test
is a strong indicator of heart disease.
4. Thyroid Ultrasound ...................................................................................................... $35
Scan to rule out cysts, nodules, goiters and tumors.
5. Abdominal Ultrasound ..................................................................................................$85
Helps identify cancers of the liver, pancreas, kidneys, spleen, gallstones, kidney stones and more.
6. Heart Scan Echocardiogram ...................................................................................... $95
Screening to view wall motion, valves, enlargements, calcifications, stenosis, prolapse, blood clots,
tumors and fluid around the heart.
Complete Evaluation (All 6 Ultrasounds) ............................................................................ $169
Q. How accurate are these health screenings?
A. Our adherence to stringent protocol, highly trained sonographers, state-of-the-art ultrasound machines, and
board certified interpreting radiologists make the screenings exceedingly accurate. Physician written protocols
ensure consistency and accuracy.
Q. Why should I have these tests if I have no symptoms?
A. It is important to have a screening to identify problems before symptoms arise, potentially avoiding a serious
health crisis. Unfortunately, our body's warning signs often come too late.
Q. Does my doctor do these tests as part of my routine checkup?
A. Most physicians can only prescribe ultrasound tests if you are already having symptoms, not for prevention
reasons. Prevention Plus is here to identify disease before a problem occurs.
No Prescription necessary. These test are not included in routine physical.
www.StrokeTesting.com Ultrasound can find smaller & more
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Board-certified physician reads all tests and only registered sonographers perform exams.
4 Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

The Garden Club
of St. Petersburg
Due to a scheduling conflict, the
Horticulture for Weekend Gardeners
(aka the "Night Bloomers" Circle)
meeting has been changed from
Tuesday, November 3November 10 at
7 p.m. at the Garden Center, 500
Sunset Drive S. in St. Petersburg.
The program will be "Creating
Fruit & Veggie Garnishes for the
Holidays" (i.e., tomato roses, radish
mice, eggplant penguins, etc.).
Instructor will be Rosalie DiMento.
For more information, contact Derri
Davisson at derridavisson@hotmail.
com or call 727-423-7644.
Meetings are open to the public but
there will be a $5 charge for non-
member of the Garden Club to help
cover speaker expense.

Breakfast with Dali
The Salvador Dali Museum is
pleased to announce the Breakfast
with Dali program for children
6-12 years old and their families on
Saturday, November 7 from 9:30-
11:30 a.m. Enjoy an interactive tour
through the galleries before it opens
to the public followed by a breakfast
buffet and crafts.
General admission is $15 per
adult and $10 per child. Limited
to 20 children plus their parents.
To register and pre-pay to secure
a spot, call 823-3767, ext. 3024 or
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November Meeting
The Gulfport Historical Society
would like to invite you to join
them for their November 14
meeting. The meeting will be a trip
to visit Heritage Village. Heritage
Village is a collection of more than
25 historic structures and features
that create a 22 acre living history
museum. They will explore the
history of the Pinellas Peninsula
with a guide along the winding
paths through the native pine and
palmetto landscape to tour these
They will also have the opportunity
to visit the Pinellas County Market
in the Park which will be held at
Heritage Village the same day.
They will meet at the Gulfport
Historical Museum at 9:30 a.m.
to car pool to Heritage Village.
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City of Imagination is featuring
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and playwright John DiSanza in the
lobby of the Wachovia Bank building
during business hours, Monday
through Friday and Saturday
mornings. These new works are
colorful, bold and energetic images of
flowers. Wachovia Bank is located at
200149 Street S., Gulfport. Read more
about Mr. Di Sanza on the Feature
Page at www.cityofimagination.info.
City of Imagination and The
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a.m. at the Piccadilly Cafeteria, 1900
34 Street N. Call Wendy at 572-9854
with questions.

4th Annual Doll
Show and Sale
The 4th Annual Doll Show and Sale
will be held on Saturday, November
7 from 10-2 p.m. at Regal Palms,
300 Lake Avenue NE in Largo. Doll
appraisals and repair clinic available
during the show. Free admission and
parking. Lunch available. Sponsored
by St. Petersburg Doll Club and The
Palms of Largo. Call 585-5227.

Nina Harris School
Annual Auction
Nina Harris School (a public school
for special needs students) will hold
their annual auction on Friday,
November 13 at 6000 70 Avenue N.
in Pinellas Park. Previewing ofitems
and dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m.
Bidding on live items will begin at
6:30 p.m. All proceeds to benefit the
programs, activities and equipment
of this school. Public is welcome.
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Donate to Community
Preschool Sale
Community Preschool located at
1665 25 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg
is having their annual yard sale on
Friday, November 6 from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. and Saturday, November 7
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds will
go to Community Preschool, one of
St. Petersburg's oldest nonprofit
preschools. Donations are tax
deductible and tax receipts are given
upon request.
Donations are needed that are
in good condition. Furniture,
collectibles, books, household goods
and other items will be accepted.
Call 895-2512 for further details.
Items can be delivered to the school
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m.

Town Shores
Red Hatters
The November breakfast at the
Cracker Barrel on 54th St. will be
on Monday, November 16. They will
leave Town Shores around 9 a.m.
with a reservation for 9:30 a.m. Call
Judy at 344-7558, Bev at 381-2122
or Marsha at 384-0188. Reservations
are a must. If you need a ride, call
one of the above members and be at
the clubhouse at 9 a.m.
Don't forget to mark your calendar
for the holiday luncheon at Lee Roy
Selmon's on Monday, December 7.
More information will be available
at the breakfast in November and on
your bulletin boards.

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Local Obituaries

NASH, DENNIS E., Age 55, of South
Pasadena, died Oct. 20th, 2009. He
moved here from Cromwell, CT and
was a talented plastic mold maker
who owned Kustom Plastics. He
bartended at American Legion Post
#305. He was loved by everyone and
will be missed by all. He leaves his
loving wife Nancy; children, Jesse,
Michael, Stephanie & Lucas; parents,
Guy & Nancy Nash; brothers, Chris,
Tim, and Guy; sister Sandi; and will
be joining his late brother Johnny
Nash; sisters-in-law, Sara, Laurel
and Charon; nephews, Josh, Justin
and Terry. He was the epitome
of love and laughter. In lieu of
flowers donations to hospice please.
Guestbook at www.davidcgross.com.
David C. Gross Funeral Homes 6366
Central Ave. 727-381-4911.

PAWLOW, OLGA, 84, of Gulfport,
died Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009, at
PinellasPark Care andRehabilitation
Center. She is survived by a loving
family. ALifeTribute-Gulfport.

of South Pasadena, went to be with
the Lord on Oct. 19, 2009. Born
in Chapmonville, WV, Sherman
graduated from Chapmonville High
School 1953 andlater graduatedfrom
Kansas City School of Osteopathy
and Surgery in 1960. Dr. Sherman
B. Smith lived and practiced family
medicine in Caldwell, Ohio for 44

years. During this time, he was the
elected County Coroner for 30 years,
delivered over 2,000 babies, and
served as Chairman of the Board of
Caldwell Savings and Loan, Head
Physician of the Summit Acres
Nursing Home and Director of the
Noble County Health Department.
He was also member of the Paradise
Lutheran Church and a volunteer
at the Free Clinic Beacon House
St. Petersburg. Dr. Sherman Smith
was preceded in death by his mother
Tina Conley, by his father Sherman
Smith and his sister Marlene
Murphy. He is survived by his wife
Joan J. Smith, sons; Steven B.
Smith and Stanton B. Smith, and
daughters; Brigitte J. Daly and
Melissa B. Hughes, his sons-in-law
James M. Daly and D. Scott Hughes
along with his five grandchildren
Danielle, Breyer, Evan, Avery, and
Claire, and a niece Sarah Lynn
Rowland. He had two beloved pets
Sugar and Spice. A celebration of life
will be held at Paradise Lutheran
Church, 10255 Paradise Boulevard,
Treasure Island, 727-360-5739 at
12:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 23. The
Family suggests donations to the
Social Ministries C/O Paradise
Lutheran Church, 10255 Paradise
Blvd., Treasure Island, FL 33706.
Guestbook at www.davidcgross.com.
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Central Ave., 727-381-4911.


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Woman's Club
Celebrates 80 Years
The GFWC St. Petersburg Woman's
Club at 40 Snell Isle Blvd NE will
hold their monthly meeting on
Friday, November 13 at 1 p.m. The
International Affairs department of
the club has invited Brian MacHarg,
Director of Service- Learning at
Eckerd College to be our guest
speaker. His topic will be the project
of students providing volunteer
services in foreign countries.
Refreshments will be served at the
end of the business meeting.
This month their clubhouse which
is on the State & National Historic
Registry, will be celebrating 80 years
since its construction at the beautiful
waterfront site on Coffee Pot Bayou.
Guests are welcome to attend their
festivities. Also as a special project,
they would appreciate any gift of
money or items to help fill boxes that
will be sent to their active duty men
and women of the 37th Engineering
Battalion. Remember, wear red to
this meeting to honor the men and
women in service to our country.
For more information on monthly
meetings, diverse activities including
arts and craft projects, monthly
excursions, book discussions, weekly
sewing and card games or rental
information of their clubhouse, please
call 822-4982. Guests are welcome to
attend all their events.

New Meeting Location
for Networking Group
The Gulfport Go Giver Group meets
every Monday from 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Gigi's Italian Restaurant,
6852 Gulfport Blvd. in South
Everyone is invited, just show up and
bring an open mind and your business
cards! Since this is abundance based,
please support the venue. No charge
for the meeting, please order from
the menu and/or tip the staff.
RSVP or questions to Gary Loper
727-365-6690 or G.iyi. GaryLoper.
com or Susan Higley at 727-459-
6630 or Susan@WinWinMentoring.
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Roser Park Art Festival
The Historic Roser Park Art
Festival returns for its sixth year on
Saturday, November 7 from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m., and Sunday, November
8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Uniquely
situated in the hilly environs of
St. Petersburg's scenic Roser Park
neighborhood, the festival brings
together more than 70 artists from
all over the country. Festival-goers
will enjoy music by local bands and
a variety of food and drink. Painters,
sculptors, photographers and
craftspeople will set up their booths
along Booker Creek on Roser Park
Drive (10th Ave. S.), just behind
Bayfront Medical Center. Admission
donation is $1, children 12 and under
are free. Free parking is available at
Bayfront parking garage with golf
cart transportation to the festival.
For more information, go to www.

24th Annual Holiday
Craft Bazaar
It's not too early to start thinking
about holiday shopping. The 24th
Annual Craft Bazaar is back at
Fossil Park on Saturday, November
14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 6635 Dr.
M.L. King Jr. Street N. The bazaar
features a variety of hand crafted
items, one-of-a-kind decorations
and gifts for the holidays. The sale
is free and open to the public. Rain
date is Sunday, November 15. For
more information, or to join over
30 current vendors, register and
pay a nominal fee at 727-551-3272.
Concessions available. Proceeds
benefit TASCO Teen Programs.

Discover Egmont Key
The Egmont Key Alliance will hold
its 12th Discover Egmont Key on
Saturday, November 14 and Sunday,
November 15. Come out and visit
one of the areas hidden treasures,
stroll along roads and sidewalks
that are over 100 years old. Along
the way visit interpretive sites on
island history, wildlife, military
history and nature. Enjoy Civil War
re-enactors and the 151 year old
Shuttle boats will leave Fort
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2 p.m. with the last boat returning
from Egmont at 4:30 p.m. Hot dogs,
water and souvenirs will be available
for purchase on the island. Tickets
are $15 and may be purchased on
line or at the gate. Children 11 and
under are free accompanied by an
adult. Group discount tickets of 10
or more are also available. For more
information go to www.egmontkey.
Proceeds to benefit Egmont
Key Alliance, a citizen support
organization dedicated to protecting,
restoring and preserving the island.

Beginner Tai Chi
in Gulfport
New classes in Taoist Tai Chi for
Beginners will start on Tuesday,
November 3 and Thursday,
November 5 at 9 a.m. at the Gulfport
Recreation Center located at 58 St. S.
and Shore Blvd. S. For Town Shores
residents, the new class begins on
Monday, November 9 at 9 a.m. in the
clubhouse. It is best to wear sneakers
or shoes that will not slip off. There is
a suggested donation of $2 per class.
Call Marjorie at 345-6708.

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town? Answer next week.

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In just 50 weeks, Gulfport will
celebrate the centennial of its incorpora-
tion, October 12, 1910. We'll be remind-
ing you every week with an interesting
old photograph from the collection of the
Historical Museum. See if you can iden-
tify the people, places, and above all the
decade of each picture as it comes along.
To make it a little bit of a challenge, we
won't publish the correct caption until the
following week.

The little cottage at 5521 28th Avenue
South, built in the 1910s, was the origi-
nal home of Robert and Henrietta Hen-
derson, who were among Gulfport's early
residents. Henrietta, born in 1850, lived
there until her death in 1933. Later oc-
cupants were Archie and Mabelle Tabor
and their children. Archie served a term
on the town council in 1948, was active
in Scout work and instrumental in sav-
ing the old Methodist Church for use as
a Scout Hall. He also helped organize
American Legion Post 125.

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Pennies for Peace of
Mind to Benefit IAC
GULFPORT -- Until marriage equality
is achieved, same sex partners will
be routinely denied access to their
seriously ill partners in medical
emergencies. Setting up your partner
as a health care surrogate can help,
but you must be able to produce your
legal documentation -- usually at a
time when you are panicked and not
thinking clearly. At Pennies for Peace
of mind, a November 14 benefit for the
Industrial Arts Center in Gulfport,
attendees will learn how to make their
important health related documents
available online 24-7 anywhere in the
Representatives of the America
Living Will Registry, based in
Gulfport, will be providing free health
care surrogate and Florida living will
documents for everyone who attends
the benefit. Individuals who register
their documents at the event will
further support the IAC as a portion
of the registration fee will be donated
to the non-profit teaching facility.
ALWR provides peace of mind for
pennies a day by providing access to
your documents, 24 hours per day,
365 days per year anywhere in the
world. Registrants carry an ID card
with a toll-free emergency number
and web address. Emergency medical
personnel may obtain copies of your
directives either on-line or via fax.
Admission to "Pennies for Peace
of Mind" is only $10 and includes a
coupon for a free glass of wine with
dinner after the event, courtesy of
the Peninsula, plus a drawing for
Blow Your Own Glass Masterpiece
certificates from the Industrial Arts
Center. Tickets will also be on sale
for a chance to win a variety of gifts
donated by event sponsors and local
merchants. Local musician Lynn
DiVenuti will play her unique jazz
and blues infused music.
The event will be held at the
Peninsula Inn & Spa, 2937 Beach
Boulevard S. Tickets will be available
online at www.industrialartscenter.
org on October 15 and at the IAC
during regular scheduled hours.
The Industrial Arts Center is located
at 2902A Beach Boulevard S. in the
GulfportArtVillage Courtyard. Classes
are forming now in glass blowing,
lampwork, glass fusion, found metal
sculpture and more. Learn more about
the Industrial Arts Center online at
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www.IndustrialArtsCenter.org. For
more information, call the Industrial
Arts Center at 727-289-9365 or email

Town Shores
The Town Shores Shuffleboard
Club will open its regular season on
Monday, November 2 at 1 p.m. for all
interested Town Shores Residents.
Thereafter, play will be each Monday
and Friday at 1 p.m. through March
except for bad weather or holiday
recesses. The first two weeks of play
will be for orientation and one-on-
one instruction (if desired) for newer
players, while returnees will try to
get back "in the groove" and get their
strokes smoothed out. The courts are
looking sharp this year and sliding
great after a new paint job covering
the decks, lines and alleys done by
our own maintenance department.
The shuffle facilities and equipment
are available for use by any resident
7 days per week whether a club
member or not. All are invited to join
the club with its minimal annual

dues for the twice/week fun and
A club meeting is scheduled for
Friday, November 13 at 2:30 p.m. in
the clubhouse lounge following the
afternoon's regular play. Dates for
holiday recesses and tournaments
will be on the agenda.

Attention Veterans
It's official. DD-214's are now
available online. The National
Personnel Records Center (NPRC)
has provided the following website
for veterans to gain access to their
DD-214's online: http://vetrecs.
This may be particularly helpful
when a veteran needs a copy of his
DD-214 for employment purposes.
Military veterans and the next of kin
of deceased former military members
may now use a new online military
personnel records system to request
documents. Other individuals with
a need for documents must still
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over last year.
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with an imaginary saw. Above him,
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from the ceiling.
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Attorney Keith Sanders Handles Bankruptcies with Experience and Sensitivity
By Greg Stem

I guess you could say my motto
is'been there, done that'," says
L.Keith Sanders, from the law
office of Andre Keith Sanders, P.A.
He says that for two reasons. First,
he says his more than 17 years of ex-
perience as an attorney specializing
in handling "literally thousands" of
bankruptcies means that he has dealt
with virtually any kind of problem
or issue that might arise with them.
And, secondly, he had to file a Chap-
ter 13 bankruptcy himself a few years
ago. He says that experience makes
him very sensitive to the kinds of
things people face when making the
difficult decision to file.
"Most attorneys have never been
in a situation where they have been
worried about how to keep the lights
on, but I have been there myself so I
can really relate to what people are
going through," said Sanders. "Plus,
many people are very embarrassed
when they come to me, but I when I
tell them how embarrassing it was for
me to have to stand in front of judges
and colleagues who knew me and go
through the process myself, that usu-
ally helps to put people more at ease
and understand that I have been there
and done that MYSELF."
'You know, in 99 percent of bank-
ruptcy cases the situation is that bad
things happen to good people and then
they have gotten into a bad situation.
They have gone through an expensive
health crisis or a divorce or perhaps
someone has just gotten in over their
head with debt. It's very easy in to-
day's consumer driven society for that
to happen," said Sanders.
Sanders offers a free initial consul-
tation with no set time limit on it. "It
might take 20 minutes or it might
take two hours, it just depends of the
client's individual set of circumstanc-
es," he said. "We can meet at their
home or in my office, we can even so
it over the phone if I they can provide
me with the financial information we
need to discuss their situation." Sand-
ers says that he can often offer other
solutions besides bankruptcy such
as re-negotiating payment schedules
with creditors or reorganizing per-
sonal finances. "For example, I often
have people who can avoid bankrupt-
cy if they just get out from under the
burden of a house they can no longer

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

afford because of a job loss or some
other situation," he noted.
He moved to the Tampa Bay area
in July 2005 from Atlanta where he
was a partner/owner of Hamilton &
Sanders, LLC a firm specializing in
consumer bankruptcy and real es-
tate closings. The firm regularly filed
between 40-60 bankruptcy cases a
month. Prior to that he worked for
three other major law firms in Atlan-
ta from 1992 to 2003. All three firms
specialized in consumer bankruptcy
cases. He began his career as a staff
attorney for the United States Trust-
ee in Atlanta. He is licensed to prac-
tice law in both Florida and Georgia.
"I like what I do because I feel like I
can help people get a fresh start," said
Sanders. "When you have financial
difficulties it can really affect your
entire life. It has negative implica-
tions on you emotionally and it can
even damage or ruin your personal
relationships. I do try and encourage
people to come see me early on, even
if they are just starting to get behind
in payments or feel they are in over
their head. If you can start working
with an attorney from the very start
it can really reduce your stress level
as I can stop harassing creditor calls.
I can also see if we can work out ar-
rangements that a creditor might not
consider when working directly with
my client."
"Since the initial consultation is
free, you really don't have anything
to lose to meet with me and we can

assess your situation and see how
it might be best for you to proceed.
Bankruptcy can be one solution to
getting back on your feet financially,
but it may not be the best or only so-
lution for you. As an experienced pro-
fessional, I can help you sort through
those issues and see what is right for
you," he noted.
Sanders has held a number of semi-
nars and written professional papers
concerning bankruptcy law in gen-
eral, ECF requirements and new is-
sues. He is a former director of the
Bankruptcy Section of the State Bar
of Georgia.
Outside of the courtroom, Sanders
lives in an unusual home in Gulfport
that was one of the featured prop-
erties in last year's Pink Flamingo
Tour of Homes. It has a tree grow-
ing right up through the floor and
up through the ceiling of his kitchen.
He has three dogs and a cat. When
he was living in Atlanta he was very
involved with helping raise funds for
a number of AIDS service organiza-
tions. He is hoping to get involved
with local charitable groups as soon
as possible.
Keith Sanders, Esq.
The Law Group of Andre Keith
Sanders, P.A.
6702 Gulf Boulevard
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 10/16
Suspicious Vehicle- 4900 BIk 28th
Ave. S.
Suspicious Circumstances- 1700
BIk York St. S.
Theft- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Street Obstruction- 5200 BIk 17th
Ave. S.
Suspicious Person- 4600 BIk 26th
Ave. S.
Suspicious Person- 2600 BIk 58th St.
Battery- 3100 BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Saturday 10/17
Trespasser- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Burglary- 2600 BIk Miriam St. S.
Trouble with Individual- PYCC Rear
Stolen Vehicle- 3100 BIk Beach Blvd.
Soliciting- 2800 BIk 45th St. S.
Stolen Vehicle (Attempted)- 2600 BIk
45th St. S.
Animal Complaint- 1000 BIk 61st St.
Drunk Person- 1400 BIk Freemont St.
Drunk Person- 5500 BIk Shore Blvd.
Hit & Run- 6200 BIk Vista Verde Dr.
Trouble with Individual- 4900 BIk
Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2900 BIk
50th St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5400 BIk Preston
Ave. S.
Noise Complaint- 1400 BIk 56th St.
Burglary- 2900 BIk 54th St. S.
Sunday 10/18
Drunk Driver- 2100 BIk 58th St. S.
Traffic Stop (Failed to Stop)- 5800
BIk 17th Ave. S.
Arrest on Warrant- 5500 BIk 11th
Ave. S.
Violation of Court Order- 2900 BIk
54th St. S.
Domestic Battery- 5400 BIk Shore
Blvd S.

Crime Awareness Meeting
The next City-wide Crime Awareness and Prevention meeting will be held on
Monday, November 9 at 7 p.m. at the Neighborhood Center located at 1617 49
Street S. Ernie Stone has volunteered to teach a class on volunteer neighbor-
hood patrolling. Even if you are not interested in patrolling, please attend.
You will learn how to tell if that vehicle you see going up and down your street
is a Crime Watch patrol or someone you need to report to 911. We will also
collect non-perishable food items for the Food Pantry at the Senior Center at
this meeting.
We encourage everyone to attend and participate. For more information,
contact Jeri Reed at 727-548-5566 days and 727-327-3509 evenings or at

Burglary- 1800 BIk 53rd St. S.
Animal Complaint- 2800 BIk 53rd St.
Trouble with Individual- Tomlinson
Burglary- 5200 BIk Jersey Ave. S.
Prowler- 2800 BIk Miriam St. S.
Monday 10/19
Street Obstruction- 5800 BIk Gulfport
Blvd. S.
Animal Complaint- 5400 BIk 29th
Ave. S.
Domestic Verbal- 1500 BIk Gray St.
Theft- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Animal Complaint- 5600 BIk 29th
Ave. S.
Burglary- 5400 BIk 29th Ave. S.
Animal Complaint- 4900 BIk 26th
Ave. S.
Theft- 4900 BIk 28th Ave. S.
Criminal Mischief- 4900 BIk Newton
Ave. S.
Theft- 3000 BIk 50th St. S.
Tuesday 10/20
Hit & Run- 800 BIk 49th St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 2800 BIk 51st St.
Battery- 5900 BIk Tangerine Ave. S.
Theft- 5100 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Narcotics/Drugs- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Trouble with Individual- 1700 BIk
53rd St. S.
Wednesday 10/21
Street Obstruction- 5400 BIk 15th
Ave. S.
Stolen Vehicle- 5400 BIk 16th Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 5300 BIk 6th
PI. S.
Lost or Stolen Tag- 4900 BIk 9th Ave.
Trouble with Individual- 2500 BIk
54th St. S.
Stolen Vehicle- 6000 BIk Shore Blvd.
Noise Complaint- 2600 BIk 45th St.
Trouble with Individual- 1600 BIk
58th St. S.

Thursday 10/22
Burglary- 2600 BIk Miriam St. S.
Narcotics/Drugs- 3000 BIk 49th St.
Stolen Vehicle- 2800 BIk 51st St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5500 BIk Shore
Blvd. S.
Domestic Verbal- 5300 BIk 13th Ave.
Narcotics/Drugs- 5300 BIk 13th Ave.
Trouble with Individual- 700 BIk 54th
St. S.
Road Hazard- 1500 BIk 52nd St. S.
Animal Complaint- 5100 BIk 11th
Ave. S.
Trouble with Individual- 2900 BIk
59th St. S.
Domestic Verbal- 6000 BIk Pasadena
Pt. Blvd. S.
Noise Complaint- 2600 BIk 53rd St.
Trouble with Individual- 5400 BIk
Shore Blvd. S.

Gulfport Man
Arrested in Georgia
GULFPORT, FL: Federal agents
have arrested a Gulfport man on
aggravated stalking warrants in
Savannah, Georgia.
Jovan Collier, 41 years old, was
arrested by the United States
Marshal Service Southeast Regional
Fugitive Task Force in Savannah.
He was taken into custody in the
Thunderbird Hotel in downtown
Savannah. He was accompanied by a
female that identified herself as his
girlfriend of two months.
The arrest was the culmination of an
investigation began in June 2009 by
the Gulfport Police Department after
Collier violated a domestic violence
injunction and failed to appear in

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

Arson suspected in
Science Center blaze
By Kate Bradshaw
Sirens cut through the air on what
would have been a peaceful Sunday
night in western St. Petersburg's
Azalea neighborhood. They were
headed to a fire that started after
11 p.m. on the grounds of the
Science Center of Pinellas. It wasn't
long before they had contained the
blaze, which had been perpetuated
by the dry thatching of a structure
that served as an archaeological
education center.
Joe Cuenco, Executive Director
of the Science Center, said that
the Fire Department deemed the
incident as arson, a felony. He
called the apparently intentionally-
set fire, which destroyed part of a
replica of a 16th century Indian
village, sad and disappointing and
said that Science Center staff are
shocked and dismayed.
The structure served primarily
as part of summer educational
activities, Cuenco said, but that a
class was scheduled there for later
this month. Now, he said, the site is
a crime scene. Cuenco said that the
incident will not affect other events
scheduled at the center, including
the Halloween Spooktacular, which
will take place this F'-id.Ly, October

Smoking Cessation
Last Drag Smoking Cessation
Workshop will start Tuesday,
November 17 at the Gulfport
Recreation Center. Classes will be
on Tuesday and will meet from
6:30-8:30 p.m. The workshop will
be for six weeks and each session
will detail a specific area. The cost
is $120 for the 6 week workshop and
is facilitated by Betty Havey, M.A.
For more information or to sign up
please contact her at 727-642-6049.

New Outdoor Antique
Fair Seeks Vendors
A new outdoor antique show is
coming to Gulfport "Antiques in the
Park," co-sponsored by the City of
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Gulfport. This series of four outdoor
antique shows will be heldin (I 'y1m.-i
Park, at the intersection of Gulfport
and Beach Boulevards. The dates
for "Antiques in the Park" will be
the first Saturdays of the month
in November, January, March and
May. The rain date is the following
day, Sunday. The first show date
is Saturday, November 7. Antique
dealers interested in participating
may call 321-8454 for information,
or visit www.hulahula.biz.

South Pasadena
Volunteers from South Pasadena
joined in the Pinellas County Coastal
Clean-up on Saturday, October 24.
The volunteers were Howard and
Ellen DeLong, Bobbie Bernstein,
Linda Ford, Mary Lou Gustin,
Anthony and Anna Gagliardo, Mary
Braisted, Fred and Alma Held, Agnes
Stebelton, Tony DeMars and Tom
Ludwig. Refreshments were donated
by Palms of Pasadena Hospital.

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way to choose the grocery coupons
that you want and need, instead of
taking a chance that you'll find them
in the Sunday paper or elsewhere. I
learned that you want to learn how
to use manufacturer, store-issued,
electronic and printable coupons ef-
fectively and that you are confused
about where to start and how to turn
those suckers into cash savings.
I can identify. Even though I con-
sider myself fairly adept at using
coupons to slash my grocery costs,
things are changing so quickly that
some days, the whole coupon thing
gives me a headache.
Recently I visited my neighborhood
supermarket's Web site to learn

that I can select electronic coupons
and have them loaded onto my club
card. Downloading coupons, the
site gushed, means that when I buy
those products on my next shopping
trip, I get the savings automatically
at checkout, without having to clip,
file or print!
That sounds great for the supermar-
ket, but it feels manipulative to me.
My way of couponing is about hold-
ing coupons until items go on sale.
It's called coupon matching. Another
method I find effective is stacking a
store coupon on top of a manufactur-
er coupon when an item is on sale.
That kind of triple whammy takes a
good deal of coordination.
Lots of Web sites have coupons that
we can download and print from our
home computers. However, some su-
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Additionally, Amy has produced a
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Dealers Wanted
Kenneth City social club is seeking
dealers for their flea market on
November 21 from 8-3 p.m. both
inside and outside Community Hall
located on the corner of 46 Ave. N.
and 58 St. N. Call Dick at 345-4323
for information.

Bear Creek and
Pinellas Trail Cleanup
Come out and help your neighbors
clean up Bear Creek and the Pinellas
Trail on Saturday, November 14.
Plan to meet at Grace Bible Church,
555 61 Street S. at 8 a.m. Cleanup
is scheduled until 12 p.m. Get in the
creek, walk the trail, help on the
shore or just give moral support.
Call Tonilynn or Aaron at 343-5583
with any questions.

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

Aqua Zumba Comes
to St. Pete Beach
The St. Pete Beach Community
Center is one of the first to offer the
new craze Aqua Zumba. This is not
your grandmother's water workout,
this is the aqua fitness program
everyone has been waiting for. Get
all the fun and benefits of Zumba
with no impact and all the resistance
of the water. It's perfect for all ages
and fitness levels. Burn calories,
tone your whole body, and have a
blast! Fitness instructor Gemma
will host the class every Monday
from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
the St. Pete Beach Pool, 7701 Boca
Ciega Drive. Pay just $6 a class,
no registration necessary. For more
information call 363-9245 or visit

Masonic Lodge
Adopts a Classroom
Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge No. 291,
located at 14020 Marguerite Dr.
in Madeira Beach, took part in the
Pinellas County Adopt-A-Classroom
program and has adopted a class
at Madeira Beach Fundamental
School for the 2009-2010 school
year. The recipient of the adoption,
and $100.00 check, was Mr. David
Tagliarini's band program, which
is one of the premier bands in the
county. Gulf Beach Lodge hopes that
other businesses and individuals
will consider taking part in this
worthy program and assist the
classroom teachers in their quest
to better educate the youth of our
Freemasonry is a fraternal
order open to men ages 18 and
older and is dedicated to being a
positive force in the community.
Freemasons are men from all walks
of life, including bankers, lawyers,
doctors, businessmen, teachers,
firefighters, law enforcement
officers, and many others, who are
interested in bettering themselves
and being serviceable to their
fellow man and their community.
For further information about
Freemasonry, please visit Gulf
Beach Masonic Lodge's website at
www. gulfbeachlodge.org.

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

Yoga for the Insecure
ST. PETE BEACH: Easy yoga and
meditation class taught by certified
Yoga Instructor Osha Ray begins
October 6th at the St. Pete Beach
Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega
Drive. You will be guided to respect,
accept, and listen to the needs of
your own body while learning to
do the poses correctly. Increase
your strength and flexibility while
decreasing tension and anxiety.

Class is for all levels and beginners
are welcome. Drop in any Thursday
at 9:30 a.m. No pre-registration
necessary and cost is just $7 per
class. Bring a yoga mat if you
have one and a small blanket. See
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Forever Young Dancers
to Appear in Gulfport
The Forever Young Dancers will
present "Under Cover" at The Back
Door Theater, 4919 17 Avenue S. in
Gulfport on Saturday, November 14
at 8 p.m. and on Sunday, November
15 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are only $15 and are
available at the door or in advance
at Eileen's Resale Boutique, 5401
Gulfport Boulevard S. in Gulfport.
One hundred percent of all ticket
proceeds go to Homeless Outreach,
a non-profit endeavor that supplies
blankets to Tampa Bay's homeless.
Patrons are encouraged to donate
blankets at the door in an effort to
provide even more warmth to those
in need.
This Tampa Bay dance troupe
of senior men ages 60-79 delights
audiences of all ages with their
eye-popping, jaw-dropping dance
routines and naughty humor. Their
2010 calendars are just $12 and are
available at the show and by going
online towww.ForeverYoungDancers.
com. The calendars feature page
after page of your favorite dancers
in compromising positions that will
make even the most seasoned assisted
living caregiver blush. You can't gift-
wrap a dancer but you can give a gift
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Q: It looks as though Gulfport's ready to settle the issue of city manag-
er. When will the city decide to hire a permanent police chief. Also, Interim
Police Chief Howard Coombs applied for the City of Clearwater's Chief of
Police position. Does that hurt his chances of becoming Gulfport's chief?

A: According to Interim City Manager Jim O'Reilly, Interim Chief
Coombs didn't apply for the Clearwater position- Lieutenant Robert Vin-
cent did. And no, O'Reilly said, it won't have any impact on who gets ap-
pointed to Gulfport Police Chief. Vincent spoke with O'Reilly before he
applied to Clearwater, so there were no surprises to the city manager. To
our knowledge at The Gabber and O'Reilly's knowledge, Coombs didn't ap-
ply- someone had their rumors confused.
As for when Gulfport will have a permanent chief of police, O'Reilly says the city
will have to wait just a bit longer.
"I believe it is in the City's and candidates best interest to first let the is-
sue of the city manager be resolved," O'Reilly said.

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Fall BayArea Luncheon on Saturday,
November 7 at the St. Petersburg
Hilton in downtown St. Petersburg.
Beta Sigma Phi members from
around the bay area Bradenton,
Sarasota, Clearwater, Tampa, New
Port Richey, and St. Petersburg are
invited to attend. This is an annual
event hosted by one of the five bay
area Councils. This year's theme
will be "Passport to the World' thus
providing an international theme
Laureate Epsilon Theta members
will meet on Wednesday, November
4 at 7 p.m. for a ways and means
meeting at the home of Marsha
Ward. Members will be painting the
last edition of the Christmas mice
For more information contact
Sharon Ingram at 321-2849.

Rotary Club of
St. Petersburg
The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg
Suncoast meets every Tuesday at
noon, at Gigi's Restaurant, located at
6852 Gulfport Boulevard (Pasadena
Shopping Center). They encourage
those interested in becoming
members to attend as welcomed
Upcoming programs include
Lori Knox from Suncoast Hospice,
Richard Clarke from the city of St.
Petersburg and the city's Recycling
Program and speaker Richard Stahl
highlighting Consumer Protection.
Current projects of their group
include Gulfport Food Bank,
celebrating arts locally at the Morean
Arts Center and so much more.
For more information, please
contact Jerome Hendrickson at 727-

Register for Craft and
Flea Market
Christ Lutheran Church will hold a
craft, flea market and estate sale on
Saturday, November 7 from 8 a.m. to
2p.m. Spaces are 10'x 10' and cost $10
outside or $40 inside. Registration
is due by October 31. The church is
located at 3451 30 Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg. Call 526-3265.

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A Greener View

By Jeff Rugg

Pumpkins are Delicious
Have you heard that there is a
shortage of pumpkins this year?
That might be true in the Northeast,
but it isn't true for most of country.
There are hundreds of pumpkins
and squash varieties, but the two
main groups we think of when we
say pumpkin are the jack-o'-lantern
and the pie pumpkin.
In 2008, there were fewer pie pump-
kins, but the shortage didn't show
up in stores. Recently, the current
pie pumpkin crop is being harvested
and has helped to put pumpkin pie
cans back on the shelf. More than
90 percent of all processed pump-
kins are grown in Illinois on about
22,000 acres, but jack-o'-lantern
pumpkins are grown in every state.
The current crop of pumpkins was
planted late in most of the northern
states due to cold and wet weather
this spring. In some areas of the
Northeast, there were bacterial and
fungal disease problems due to cold,
wet weather during the summer.
Pumpkins in cool areas were slow
to set fruit -- some fields won't have
many orange pumpkins before Hal-
All pumpkins and several squash
varieties can be used in pies, but the
best pie pumpkins are small sweet
pumpkins without the watery and
stringy consistency ofjack-o'-lantern
pumpkins. The typical processed
pumpkin is a tan- colored squash
shaped like a football, not at all like
an orange jack-o'-lantern pumpkin.
If you can't find small pie pumpkins,
you can use butternut and butter-
cup squash as an equal substitute
for pumpkin in the recipe.
Pumpkins are a good source ofvita-
mins. Winter squash, like butternut
and acorn squash, are left on the
vine until mature with a hard rind;
they are usually baked for eating.
Summer squash, such as zucchini,
are picked off the vine while still
green with a soft rind. Zucchini can
be eaten raw or cooked. They are
eaten fresh and do not store well.
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Winter squash, like pumpkins,
can be stored at 50 degrees until
next spring. For best storage, they
should have a 3- or 4-inch piece of
stem and should not have been ex-
posed to a frost.
If you want to have a decorated
pumpkin but also save it for later
eating, you can use tempera paint
or markers to make your designs on
the outside without cutting it open.
The pumpkin rind is removed
by peeling, and then the flesh is
boiled until soft. Drain the pot and
mash the pumpkin until it is soft;
it can then be frozen and will last
for months. If you use fresh pump-
kin in a recipe for pumpkin bread
or pie, you will taste the difference
and may not want to go back to the
canned stuff.
Small pumpkins can be eaten as
a vegetable: steamed, boiled or bat-

tered and fried. They can also be
sliced and eaten raw with dip as an
appetizer. University of Illinois Ex-
tension's website (www.urbanext.
illinois.edu/pumpkins) has informa-
tion on how to select and cook fresh
pumpkin. Besides the standard
recipes for pumpkin nut bread and
roasted pumpkin seeds, there are
many other recipes, such as pump-
kin cheesecake and pumpkin-apple
You can save the seeds for planting
next year with all the vine crops.
The only problem is that many of
the crops you purchase as plants in
the spring or as seeds with named
hybrid varieties will not come true
from seed. In other words, the vines
might have "kids" that don't look
like the parents in the crop produced
next year. If the seeds or plants are
labeled as hybrids, you might get
good crops. If the crop was labeled
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match this year's crop, if there were
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Politics and the NFL

Suspect that few care any longer
about the Rush Limbaugh/Na-
tional Football League tiff. After
all, there are larger issues. On the
other hand there are some interest-
ing facets that haven't been brought
up, or, at least, I don't think they
have been. Anyway, I want to sound
For instance, isn't the NFL a bit
hypocritical? Here is a group of ultra-
rich elites feeding off public subsidies
that help to build fantastic arenas
while feasting on the proceeds of an
anti-trust exempt monopoly, dis-
criminating on the basis of political
views. Yeah, that's right, the NFL is
a government approved monopoly.
And, isn't it ironic that Limbaugh, a
wealthy, but independent, conserva-
tive pundit who deplores government

subsidies and government protected
entities, wants to join such a group?
Here is a group of ultra-richies
whose fellow investors we know little
about in terms of their characters,
abilities, political interests or contri-
butions to political or other causes,
turning down someone with a genu-
ine interest, knowledge, and belief
in their organization, because of his
political views. Perhaps the existing
investors do need to be properly vet-
ted. Well, we do know about some of
them whose bad behavior has gotten
attention in the news.
However, the bottom line is poli-
tics. The NFL exists so successfully
because of politics, from its ability to
manipulate politicians to get taxpay-
er subsidies for its arenas or to main-
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the wealth (non-competitively) with
all 32 teams, to control all manufac-
turers or distributors of its products.
Think $7 and $5 hot dogs, right-to-
buy licenses, among other things, or
the right to start up a new team.
So, the NFL owners and officials
were willing to accept the word and
libels of such corrupt (let me count
the ways) black activist stars as Jesse
Jackson and Al Sharpton without a
smidgen of proof. And, they were un-
willing to face the potential wrath of
the Obama administration which has
declared war on Limbaugh as well as
Fox News. Will Fox sports commen-
tators Terry, Howie and company be
the next to go?
By the way, it took the league long
enough to hire black quarterbacks
and black coaches, and now we have
to ask, why aren't there any African-
American team owners? Of course,
that could be cured when the Obama
administration buys up the League.

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AmVets Post 1 is having a blood
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p.m. Free food for all donors with
lives music. Help save a life this
Halloween. They are located at 421
45 Avenue S. in St. Petersburg.

Calling All Crafters
The American Legion Auxiliary St.
Petersburg Unit 14 will be holding
an indoor Craft Show on Saturday,
November 21st at 1520 Fourth
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Misconceptions about
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By Robert J. Myers, Esq.
The following are a few common
misconceptions that Attorney Bob
Myers at Akerson Law Offices has
clarified for clients of the firm:
1. Does a valid last will and testa-
ment avoid probate? No, a will does
not help you avoid probate. In fact,
the last will and testament is the
primary tool of the probate system.
A will serves as the instructions
from you to the Probate Court as to
how you want your property distrib-
uted. The Probate Court then en-
sures that all probatable assets are
collected and valued. Then, after all
bills and taxes are paid, the proper-
ty can be distributed to your heirs in
accordance with your wishes.
2. If I have a will, can my property
be distributed to my heirs in a few
weeks? Unfortunately, this does
not happen in the vast majority of

probate proceedings. Occasionally,
family administration or summary
administration procedures may be
available which will significantly
reduce the time period for a probate
proceeding which requires formal
administration. A typical formal
probate administration in the State
of Florida will take six (6) months
to one (1) year to properly close the
3. If I have a last will and testa-
ment, will my will prevent a quarrel
over my assets by the beneficiaries?
No, even a properly drafted and au-
thenticated will does not prevent
any interested party from contest-
ing a probate matter (including the
amount of assets a beneficiary may
4. Can my living trust be changed?
Yes, a living trust may be changed or
even eliminated so long as the trust
is declared to be revocable. Some
trusts are declared to be irrevocable
and accordingly cannot be changed.
5. Are living trusts only beneficial
to people with large estates? No, liv-
ing trusts are beneficial for all peo-
ple who desire to avoid the probate
process which currently can be more
time-consuming and costly than the
administration of a living trust when
someone passes on. Of course, those
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to file a separate tax return for the
Internal Revenue Service? Gener-
ally, the grantor and the trustee of
a revocable living trust will not need
to file a separate federal tax return
for the trust. Generally, a personal
1040 tax return will be sufficient.
Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson
Law Offices which is located at 1135
Pasadena Avenue South, Suite 140,
St. Petersburg, Florida. The tele-
phone number is 727-347-5131. Mr.
Myers welcomes calls regarding this
article and other related legal topics.
This column outlines general legal
principles and is not intended to give
you legal advice. If you have a spe-
cific question about the law, please
consult an attorney.

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On Saturday, November 14 First
United Methodist Church Gulfport
will hold their Christmas Bazaar in
the Fellowship Hall and at Sophie's
Attic Thrift Shop (28th Ave. S. and
53rd Street) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There you will find many gifts for all
ages such as gift baskets, jewelry,
cards, decorations, white elephants,
crafted items, plants, baked goods,
and a queen size handmade yo-yo
bedspread! Opportunities galore!
Their Sophie's Attic Thrift Shop has
lots of clothing, sweaters, jewelry,
books, dishes, glassware, holiday
decorations, baskets, etc.
For lunch you'll enjoy sandwiches,
homemade chicken vegetable soup,
soda/coffee, and some of those sweet
treats mentioned earlier! Your
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have energy for other activities after
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Check out their Sunday morning
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Time at 11:30 a.m. On Wednesday
evenings their chef prepares a snack
supper (reservations required by
Monday noon) followed by their
"Faith Plugged In" Contemporary

USCG Safe Boating
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Flotilla 78 has a 13-week continuous
cycle of Safe Boating Classes
every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Warren
Webster Community Center, 1500
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(1 mile south of Don CeSar) Start
at your convenience. First class,
come at 7 p.m. to register. Begin
any Tuesday and finish 13 weeks
later or take up to 2 years to finish.
Classes include: Election No
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Nov. 24.
Cost is $40 for 13 weeks and
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Call Jim at 360-4846, or Warren at
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Vendors Needed for
Fall Holiday Market
The Salvation Army is seeking
individuals and groups interested in
selling gently used household items,
arts and crafts, jewelry, antiques,
collectables and other crafty home
decorations at their upcoming Holiday
Market scheduled for Saturday,
November 7 from 9-2 p.m. at The
Salvation Army located at 3800
Ninth Avenue N. in St. Petersburg.
Outdoor spaces are available for $20
each and include a 12x12 space and
two chairs (no tables provided).
For more information or to reserve
your space please contact Lynn Rosa
at (727) 323-2222 or by email at
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We Want Your Junk!
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and sewing supplies. Anything you
can give the children will be helpful
and most appreciated. Call 893-1068.
Thank you in advance.
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been cleaned out prior to donation.

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Reservations requested for parties
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Fundraiser on December 4 and 5.
Friday, December 4 will feature a live
and silent auction and an opportunity
raffle for theme baskets and will also
include appetizers, beverages, and
a chance to win a large door prize
give away. Admission tickets are $5
and are now available at the Senior
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which will include a Better Boutique.
All proceeds support projects of
the Senior Center Foundation that
directly benefit the Senior Center.

Hamilton Disston
School Rummage Sale
Hamilton Disston School, 5125
11 Avenue S. in Gulfport will hold
their 1st Annual Rummage Sale on
November 14 from 8-2 p.m. Items
include clothing, electronics, antiques
and more! Support their fundraiser
by making a purchase.

Meals on Wheels
Needs Drivers
Volunteers are needed to deliver hot,
nutritious meals to the homebound
throughout Pinellas County.
Volunteering for the Neighborly
Meals on Wheels program is a hands-
on, front line experience. If you have
1% hours midday to help in your
own neighborhood, you could help
improve someone's life and make a
real difference in this critical area
of need. Meals are picked up at a
site near you and delivered to the
homebound in your area (maps and
directions are provided).
Many Pinellas County seniors are
living alone, too poor to buy food,
or too frail to shop and cook for
themselves. And the need is growing
every day. Do someone else a favor
and you will be doing yourself one!
Neighborly needs compassionate,
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with lonely, isolated seniors. Please
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The Boca Ciega High School Junior
Varsity football team made history
last on a breezy Thursday night, as
they beat previously undefeated Tar-
pon Springs to finish out a perfect
season. But it wasn't just this season
that's been flawless; the JV has set
a school record for the most consecu-
tive winning seasons in the school's
history with three back to back un-
defeated seasons. Never before has
there been such perfection and with
the team so deep and chock full of
talent, Bogie's Varsity has a real
shot next year at a District title. The
Varsity football team lost any chance
at a title this year after their loss to
Largo last Friday night, 41-18. About
ten JV players should be moving up
to Varsity next year.
But on this night, Thursday night, it
was all about the JV. It was also Par-
ent Night and it was great to see the
large turnout of parents, family and
friends who showed up in support. At
halftime, the players and cheerlead-
ers walked family members out onto
the field and were introduced to the
After the halftime activities, the JV
resumed their dominant crush of Tar-
pon Springs, holding them scoreless,
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St. Pete Half
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St. Pete Half Century Softball Club
is holding tryouts on all Mondays,
Wednesday, and Fridays at
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St. Petersburg for ages 49-74 for this
coming modified fast pitch softball
season. The season starts October
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people deserve pampering when they
visit a salon, whether they're there
for a massage or a manicure.
These stylists know how to take
care of their clients. Monique trained
at the Vidal Sassoon Advanced Cut-
ting Academy in South Beach and
makeup training through MAC Cos-
metics and personally from Celebrity
Makeup Artist James Ryder. Dawn
specializes in men's haircuts (even
fades) in addition to women's cuts.
She has had a
long cosmetics
career with Est-
ee Lauder, work-
ing with both
skincare and
makeup. Every-
one who walks
in the door at
the Black Pearl
Salon and Day -
Spa gets star
treatment and
leaves feeling
relaxed and happy.
The salon itself is a big part of why
customers feel welcome. The Black
Pearl Salon and Day Spa is the only
one of its kind in Gulfport; this re-
treat evokes feelings of comfort while
exuding a sophistication found in
big-city salons. Cream-colored walls
greet you and gradually give way to
soft blues and soft lilac. The minimal-
ist design of the spa allows people to
focus on their treatments.
The Black Pearl Salon and Day Spa
offers a myriad of salon spa services.
People come in for manicures, pedi-
cures, waxes, facials, and massages.
Black Pearl Salon and Day Spa of-
fers pedicure baths, peppermint

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manicures, and paraffin dips.
Manicures and pedicures start at
$15 and $18, respectively, for a "Mini
Minty" manicure or pedicure. Other
manicure and pedicure services may
cost more, but right now the Black
Pearl Salon and Day Spa is offer-
ing Gabber readers who come in for
both a manicure
and pedicure a
special rate of $35
for a full (not mini)
manicure and ped-
Facials range from
$50 $100; each
of the four differ-
ent facials offered
provide different
benefits, ranging
from cell renewal
and anti-aging to
oil control facials.
Black Pearl Salon and Day Spa also
offers makeup application, a favorite
with bridal parties. They also added
glycolics to their repertoire of ser-
Black Pearl Salon and Day Spa also
offers waxing services in a tranquil
setting. By Thanksgiving they'll
have a soothing massage room all set
up and ready to go as well.
Of course, no spa is complete without
hair services, and Black Pearl Salon
and Day Spa is no slouch in the hair
department. They use Pureology,
Kenra, Logics, Redken and Bed Head
products and offer a full complement
of services, including deep condition-

like permanents and relaxers. They
are also currently offering CHI Ionic
Thermal Permanent Straightening
(Japanese straightening) and Fusion
method Hair Extensions.
The Black Pearl Salon does a lot of
bridal work.
"We consider weddings a specialty,"
Monique says, adding, "we will even
go to our client's locations if they
need it as we can cater to large wed-
ding parties."
While the Black Pearl Salon and
Day Spa gets a lot of business from
bridal parties looking to take ad-
vantage of the full range of services,
there's no need to wait for a special
occasion to pamper yourself. Call the
Black Pearl Salon and Day Spa and
make your appointment for a little
down time in a peaceful setting to-
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Support Our Troops
GULFPORT, FL: The Gulfport
Merchants Association, Domain
Food & Spirits and "Gulf-Porch"
are hosting a "Give Thanks to our
Troops" Fundraiser on November 28
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Kick off the traditional holiday
shopping season with a very special
daytime event along Beach Blvd.
in Gulfport. Support your local

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thanks to our American Troops at
the same time. The festival will
provide shoppers with one-of-a-kind
gifts that cannot be found anywhere
else, and all of your holiday shopping
can be done in one place! No
running around to different stores
or wandering through acres of mall
space. Shopping can be done at a
leisurely pace while finding unique
gift items. Featuring art, crafts,
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photography, toys, home d6cor, and
much more makes this a gift buyer's
delight. Exhibitor fees will be used to
ship goods to service members from
our community.
With this collection for our troops,
they wish for simple things, nothing
expensive, items such as magazines,
puzzle books, reading books, gently
used DVD's, snacks, toiletries, phone
cards, etc. Many items can be from
your home or a dollar store. No cans
or glass please. Collection boxes are
located from now until November 28
at Domain Food and Spirits, 3129
Beach Blvd., and Gulfport On The
Rocks on Shore Blvd. Free. Visit

1960 Class of
Largo High Reunion
The 1960 Class of Largo High
School will hold their 50th class
reunion in May 2010. Anyone who
knows someone in that class please
contact them as they are still
missing addresses. Other years may
also attend. For information email
DKLEAL@aol.com or call Dee at 727-
743-3944 or visit largohighl960.com.

Polish American
Society Dances
Polish American Society of St.
Petersburg located at 1343 Beach
Drive SE (next to the Coast Guard
commissary) is open for dancing and
dinner on Sundays through May
31 from 3-7 p.m. Dancing from 4-7
p.m. Dinner from 3-4:30 p.m. Call
894-9908 or visit their web site at
www.polishsociety.org for more

Christmas Bazaar
and Flea Market
The public is invited to a Christmas
Bazaar andFlea Market on November
14 at Transfiguration Catholic
Church located at 4000 43 Street N. in
St. Petersburg from 8-4 p.m. Over 75
vendors, new and used merchandise,
food, drinks, kiddie rides, bing ball
game, raffle, bloodmobile, St. Pete
police, Lealman fire and rescue, US
Army and much more. Come be part
of their family friendly fundraising
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Gina Burke in for the Relay o

Recently diagnosed with breast cancer, Gina Burke attended the Relay
for Life meeting at the Gulfport Rec Center last week. Surrounding her
are her daughters (Ift to rt) Zoe, 13, Lula, 7 and Allie, 10.

By Leigh Clifton

Gina Burke knew it was
very important to go to the
first meeting of the Relay for
Life in Gulfport earlier this
month. The annual event is
held in April to raise money
for the American Cancer
Society. She also wanted her
three daughters to attend,
so they could see that people
really can get cancer and
You see, Gina has been
diagnosed recently with
breast cancer and at age 47
she has a lot of questions;
questions she's been fighting
hard to get answered. She
needs to be able to tell her
girls that she's going to
be okay, that even though
breast cancer runs in her
family, she will fight back
and hard. She has no time for
this; her girls need her, more
than most kids need their
mom. They're adopted, these
girls, from the foster care
system. All siblings, but of
different fathers, these girls
have already been through
the ringer and Gina needs to
keep them focused. Cancer
does not fit into this equation.
Not one bit... Because she
has no health insurance,
Gina went to the County for
medical help after she had
been feeling bloated and had

some abdominal pain. She
was covered under a plan for
May and June, but waited
until August when the pain
got so bad she finally had to
see a doctor.
"That following Wednesday
I got an appointment with
him; he was going out of
town for a month so I was
lucky to catch him. He was
very kind to me," Gina says.
"As he was doing an exam,
he found a lump in my right
breast; 3 centimeters."
But with no health
insurance, potential
treatment options were
limited... and expensive.
Gina applied for Medicaid,
only to be turned down
because her income was just
slightly above the necessary
ilNy three girls are all on
Medicaid," she explains,
"and I get a subsidy with
that. Unfortunately, that's
what threw me over the
limit. I begged the woman
to understand; that they
thought it might be cancer
and that I really needed the
help. But she just didn't care
or wouldn't listen."
Gina next explored the
MVP program, Mammogram
Voucher Program, But it
did not cover reconstructive
surgery, something Gina
really wanted. Knowing

f her Life
that she ha four in
five chance of having the
disease, she assumed a
radical mastectomy would
be the call, and she wanted
to have them do the
reconstructive surgery right
afterwards. According to
most oncologists, that's the
best course of treatment.
So Gina went to BayFront,
had a mammogram and they
found two more tumors.
On Tuesday September 15,
Gina was sitting in her office
when she got a call from a
lady with the MPV program;
biopsy positive, breast
cancer, with possible lymph
nodes affected as well. Cold.
Clincal. Costly.
Gina went back to Medicaid
with her diagnosis, but still
they wouldn't qualify her for
theprogram. Theyofferedher
"medically needy" Medicaid,
but the $1547.00 monthly
deductible is not only out
of her reach financially, it
seems ridiculously excessive.
It is all they have offered in
the way of help.
"The criterion to qualify for
aid seems to make no sense,"
Gina says. "They didn't count
my expenses, like utilities.
They didn't count my car
insurance because they said
my car was ten years old and
paid for. I couldn't claim my
daughters as dependants
because they were already
receiving Medicaid, even
though I get no financial
support from their family. I
pay for all of it. I just can't
understand how they can't
help someone in my situation.
Even the fact that my house
has heat and central air was
weighed negatively. I guess
they figured I can be sick,
but a/c is a luxury."
Gina has decided now to
go to Moffitt, instead of
BayFront for her treatment.
She just had a second biopsy
there to confirm that her
lymph nodes might indeed
be affected.
Moffitt has offered her

a slightly different course
of treatment. They have a
"Tumor board" that consists
of all types of specialists/
doctors who meet with the
patient face to face to discuss
their case. Gina meets with
them this Thursday
"They want to do the full
cycle of chemo first, to stop
any more of the cancer from
spreading, a sort of cleansing
of the body. Then after that
they'll do the mastectomy.
There is a doctor at
Moffitt who I've heard is
championing Medicaid to
include the reconstructive
surgery as part of the
treatment. I'm waiting to
meet him, hopefully this
week," Gina says hopefully.
And Hope is what she's all
"I have to be here for my
girls," she says emphatically.
"They've been through so
much and they need me. The
foster care system was very
costly on their psyches and
they have special needs. I
have a tremendous faith in
God and Angels and I know
that this is truly a blessing
for me. It's given me clarity
and a purpose: to live
through this, not with it. My
faith has made me stronger.
I don't pity myself and I
don't want others to pity me
either. I don't sit back and
say why me? I need to meet
this head on with strength
and dignity. That's my gift
to my girls.""
Thisweekend, atOktoberfest
at Most Holy Name, Collyn
Lockamy, Youth Minister
for the church and Gina's
best friend, will be setting
up a jar at the raffle tent for
donations to Gina's Cause
to help defray the $1500.00
deductible premium Gina
must pay for medically
needy Medicaid coverage.
Their goal is to raise at least
$3000.00 to cover the first
two months of deductibles
for treatment.
"If we reach $3000.00,"
Collyn says, "I've promised
to shave my head!"

Gabber October 29 November 4, 2009

Festival of Reading a True Mix of

Mayhem, Gators and Rock and Roll

By Leigh Clifton

The Festival of Reading has always
been incredibly cool; what with mystery
writers hanging out with Senators,
poets hanging out with journalists and
comedy and psychology writers who sit
and watch each other a bit warily. It is
never boring and always has a never-
ending surplus of books to buy and
4 read. Meeting the authors who write
S those books is a fabulous perk and a
a signed book reminds one that there is
still civility in the world, and you own
a piece of it.
Some famous writers attended
S this weekend's festival; author Jane
Velez-Mitchell, of CNN and Nancy
Grace fame spoke of her travails with
Local author Sandy Mason holds two of his addi ad sexual amiiy; r
three published novels about sailing, drug Tamblyn, the young Emmy and Golden
smuggling, stolen boats and kidnapping; Globe nominated actress, who has just
just another day in Paradise. published her second book of poetry,
Bang Ditto and received much acclaim
for it; former Governor of Florida and State Senator Bob Graham, whose new
book, America; The Owner's Manual, encourages people to go out into their
communities and make a positive difference. He spoke to a packed house in the
USF auditorium. St. Pete Time's own Jeff Klinkenberg also spoke to a full crowd,
about his conservation efforts on behalf of Florida's disappearing native wildlife,
including alligators. His book, Pilgrim in the Land of Alligators, is a collection of
his columns turned stories and he is a furious combatant against the sprawling
economic development that has slowly taken the last remnants of wild Florida
and its inhabitants. He chronicles the unusual and the pedestrian with equal
gusto. He is uproariously funny. And he shaved for the occasion.
There was a large turnout of Florida writers; Tim Dorsey, who writes hilarious
misadventures and mysteries, Treasure Island resident Sandy Mason, a sailor
who, in Man Overboard, writes about a sailor, Johnny Donohue, who looks for a
sailor lost at sea. Yes, it is a lot more complicated than that, andvery, very funny.
Others include several USF professors, the team of editors of the Pulitzer-prize
winning Politifact, (from the St. Pete Times), Eckerd College Professor William
Felice, who writes passionately about human rights, and Dr. Roy Peter Clark of
the distinguished Poynter Institute at USF. The Poet Laureate of St. Petersburg,
Peter Meinke was also a participant as well as native Floridians Craig Pittman,
Janis Owens and Professor Jack Davis of the University of Florida, among
More than 60 authors brought their written words to the Festival of Reading;
there was humor and mystery, history and poetry, economics and passion,
rock and roll and comedy; a full ration of literary excellence on a beautiful fall
afternoon. It was a good day to sit under a tree or on a seawall, grab a good book
and escape the mundane.

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is a 13-week course offered every
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. at US
Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 7-16
located at 3120 Miriam Street S. in
Gulfport. Lessons include a 400-page
manual and a class covering basic
charting in local waters. For the $40
fee you also are awarded a certificate
at the end of the course and a chance
to learn everything you need to know
to feel secure on the water.
You may start any Thursday.
Course completion may help with
insurance discounts. Call 727-686-
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message at 321-4455.

Recession Buster
for Seniors
Seniors in Service provides a tax-
free income of up to $425 per month
to income-qualified volunteers who
serve as Foster Grandparents. This
income does not affect eligibility for
food stamps, housing, Medicaid or any
other assistance. Volunteers must be
55 years old or older and serve for 15
40 hours per week.
Foster Grandparents serve in public
school classrooms, Head Start centers
and after-school programs. They
spend their time one-on-one or in
small groups with at-risk children.
Volunteers make a significant
difference in the lives of the children
and elders they serve! Learn more at
www.seniorsinservice.org or call (813)
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Salvation Army Seeks
Angel Tree Volunteers
The Salvation Army of
St. Petersburg is seeking volunteers
to staff the Angel Tree table located
inside Tyrone Square Mall beginning
November 20 through December
11. Volunteers are needed to help
members of the public select, register,
and return Angel gifts for deserving
children in our community. Volunteer
hours are flexible from 10 a.m. to
9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Call Gail Stark at (727) 550-8080
ext. 332 or by email at Gail_Stark@

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Sessions: Monday Thursday
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322-089 pecia
Stump Grinding
20 Years
Experience Licensed/Insured
Lic.# FL-0203A
Neat, Clean Professional, Removals, Trim-
ming, Clean-Ups, No Job to Big or Small. Li-
censed & Insured. 727-346-4900.
Rich Moseley, Irrigation Contractor. 15 Years
Experience. Reasonable Rates. Well & Pumps.
439-0792 Leave Message. Lic.#C8312.
JEFF'S LAWN SERVICE- Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Blowing, Yard Clean-ups. Leaf and
Debris removal. ALSO: Odd jobs. Reasonable
rates, 727-341-0185
LAWN & HAUL-Affordable Prices. Mowing,
Hedge/Tree Trimming, Brush/Tree Removal,
Code Violation Clean-Ups, Debris Hauling.
Dependable. Senior Discounts, Call Dave,

Deadline: Tuesday 5pm I Monday 3pm if proof is required for

display only (727) 321-6965 fax (727) 327-7830

James Fox Tree Service
Owner/Operator for over 20 years
"We make your trees feel beautiful"
j i* Trees cleaned, elevated
-* i Property Maintenance
Stump grinding
Hazardous limb removal
Lic. 0700008985 Storm and roo protection
I nsured
727-322-1849 or 727-215-8601

Grinding. Licensed, Insured. Specializing in
Dangerous Removals. Proper Pruning. Full
Yard Cleanups, Fertilizing & Spraying. 409-

Mowing, Edging, Hedge Trimming
Sodding, Planting & Mulching


MOVING & HAULING-Clean-outs, Dump
Runs, Odd Jobs. Reasonable Rates. 727-688-
DAN'S HAULING-341-1135. Full Service
Cleanups. Bobcat & Demo Work.

Interior/Exterior Painting, Staining, Drywall,
Taping, Pressure Washing, Free Estimates.
Lic. #C-9894, Insured, Quality Work. 727-365-
Specialist. Interior/Exterior. Free Estimates.
Fair & Honest Rates. Lic.# C-8774. 727-546-
terior/Exterior with Benjamin Moore. Pressure
Cleaning. Wallpaper, Window Treatments,
Lic.#C-4749. Quality Work Over 26 Years. 344-
1674. References, Guaranteed.

Replacements, Fixtures. Sewers, Cleaning,
Remodels, New Construction, Accepting
Credit Cards. Lic.#CFC1426040. 727-403-

Charles Plumbing
Water Heaters
Sewer & Drain
Leak Repair
Charles Plumbing 7275222508

I Q9 Senior
SINCE 1961 Discounts

321 -4276 Emergency
Tanks, Faucets, All Your Plumbing Needs. $60
er hour, Senior Discounts. 30yrs. Experience.
ic. (RF67158), Insured. 727-823-6425.

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Most Repairs Done in Home. All Makes, All
Models. Work Guaranteed. 393-3632.
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Bronze & Bathrooms, Aluminum Awnings. We
Make & Re-Screen Screens. 5485 Haines Rd.,
St. Pete. 727-526-1494.

Licensed & Insured. Please Call Lois at 522-
4562 or Cell 410-5419.

Affordable Redecorating
The Upihostery Doctor
Your re-upholstery specialist


Slack and Skirt Hems $7. Zippers Replaced
$10. Eileen's Resale Boutique, 5401 Gulfport
Blvd. Open Tues.-Sat. 10-3pm.
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Sams needs Experienced Stylist. Generous
Commission with Guaranteed Salary & Bonus.
Call 727-501-6078.
HANDYPERSON- Part Time on Call. Must
Have Tools & Truck. Rent-A-Hand, Lic.# 5842.
driver, 15-20 hours per week, with class B CDL
license with passenger endorsement to trans-
port elderly/disabled. Entry $10.56 hourly. The
City of Gulfport is an equal opportunity em-
ployer and proactively encourages workplace
diversity. Background/drug screening will be
conducted. Open until filled. Applications ac-
cepted at the City of Gulfport, 2401 53rd St.
S., Gulfport or to
mperez@ci.gulfport.fl.us E.O.E.
ing, Errands. Valid D.L. Required. Position to
Assist Mature Man. Furnished Apt. & Salary
Provided. 727-289-3588.
$150/Wk. Hair Designs, 6641 Central Ave.
tion. Licensed Health Care Provider or CAP
preferred, unlicensed applicants with experi-
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$100 OR LESS

From Aquariums to Zippers
Call Email Stop by
Residential customers only.
Each item must have price.
Deadline is Monday at 5pm.
Limited time only.
Price may not exceed
$100 per item.

since 1968
1419 49th St. S.Gulfport, FL 33707
727-321-6965 fax 321-6965
Uabber October ZV November 4, A 9

CASH PAID FOR CARS- Prices Subject to
Steel Market Value. 727-328-8004.

$50 A WEEK

1997 Honda Accord
1997 Buick LeSabre
1998 Olds Delta
1993 Honda Prelude

Servicing most Brands of Scooters since 2003.
ASE techs. Scooter Escapes, 1450 1st Ave. N.
UP TO $500
Paid For Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans. 727-458-
7710, 727-458-3721.

Scratches, Broken Legs, Cabinet Glass, Split
Seems, Etc. 23Yrs Experience. Affordable.
Town Shores Discount. 813-558-0646, 727-
MAPLE ROCKING CHAIR Perfect for rock-
ing babies to sleep or reading to small chil-
dren. $45. Call 410-3516.
$75.1940 Shade Box Mahogany $65. Antique
Round Mirror Carved Eagle on Top $95. 3
Hess Trucks still in Boxes $25. each. 727-322-

BRAND NEW Jacuzzi's, Bathtubs w/shower
stalls, Sinks, Faucets. Still in Boxes. $150 &
up. Call for more information. 217-6017.

Stand. Mint Condition. $60. 727-392-2040.
All Sizes & Colors, Good for Christmas Gifts.
Various Colors and Prices. Electric Broom,
$15, Christmas Items, all obo 327-7462.
GE 27" COLOR TV-works Great! Downsizing
don't need it, has Remote! First $75. takes it!
Will Deliver in Gulfport area. Call 727-348-

SPA COVER-6ft. x 6ft. Nearly New. Originally
$350. and Asking $50. 727-302-9440.

Great Shape!! The Chamber of Secrets (Book
2), The Prisoner of Azkaban (Book 3) and The
Goblet of Fire ( Book 4). All three for $20.
Call 798-3824.
4200 34th St. S. $100 Gift Certificate + 15%
Off Coupon, Sell for $50. 328-2107.
Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
front Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for
Info and Dates. 321-5717.
150HP, $75. 17" KDS Computer Monitor, $10.
JVC Stereo, Large Speakers, Phono, Re-
ceiver, Cassette Player/Recorder, $60. Table
46"x30" w/2-chairs $20. 727-329-9922.
4 HEAVY DUTY-Drive on Ramps. Could be
used for Buses, Large Trucks and Heavy Duty
Equipment. 2-12ft x 3ft. and 2-15ft x 3ft. $2000.
7950 131st St. N. Seminole. $2500/both. 727-
Best Section $2,500 for BOTH. Call Dick 727-
345-4323 or
LuresWanted@tampabay rr.com
Shirts of Bamboo Going out of Business. Full
line of Bamboo Clothing, Office Supplies,
Electronic, CDs, Furniture, Art Lumber, Etc. at
Blowout Prices! Wide Variety of Items Every-
thing must go! Stop by 4025 7th Terrace S. St.
Pete, Mon Fri 10am to 3pm. and Sundays
7am -12pm. Visit
www.ShirtsofBamboo.com for more Great
Savings! Everything on our Website is 35%-
90% off! Call 727-388-6813 for any questions.
SMITH CARONA Electric Typewriter & Can-
vas, $40. CD Cassette Recorder/Player. $30.
A/C HEAT PUMP-2 1/2 Ton. 13 Seer. "Nor-
dyne Grand Aire" package unit. New in Box.
Sacrifice $2500. $50.00 to Deliver in Pinellas
County. 727-323-1039.
Saddle English With Tack $60. 727-545-


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Save Money. Make Money. Free Prescription
Card. Over 500,000 Healthcare Professionals.
Over 1,500,000 Members. Great Uninsured
and Employee Benefit. Dental, Vision, Chiro-
practic, Prescription, Prescription Advocacy.
$19.95/m Household. Physicians, Specialists,
Podiatry, Hearing, Mental, Diabetic, Cosmetic,
Therapy, Smokers, Lifeline, Laboratory, Free
24/7 Nurseline, Hospital Advocacy. $29.95/m
Household. Combined: $39.95/m Household.
Auto Club, Identity Theft, Legal and Financial.
Combined: $59.95/m Household.
1-800-647-8421 1-727-867-1975.

Lifts Only

Slips $6.50
ps sq. ft.


Used Johnson, Evinrude, Yamaha,
Suzuki, Nissan, Tohatsu, Mercury,
OMC, Mercruiser, Volvo Parts

49th St. South e Gulfport
Cellphone To Call

WET SLIPS From 25' to 45' Sail or Power.
$7/Ft. Easy Access to Gulf. 4 Slips Left. 727-
22FT. SAILING SLOOP-Swing Keel. 8HP,
Electric Start and Trailer. $1800. 727-542-

LARGE DOG CRATE Metal, Like New. $50.
FREE KITTENS-Adorable. Two Sisters, Eight
Weeks Old. Take "Em" Both and Watch them
Romp! Fun for All! 727-504-5208.

GUNS WANTED! Call 813-407-2545. 352-
F -Clip & Save - ---- - -
Anthony Antiques & Appraisers Est. 1969

. UNCLE JOE AT HOME 345-2992 0
L Clip & Save_ _- --

Rods, Tackle Boxes. Antique, Used or New.
Call Captain Jim, 727-460-9352.
$50.00 A MONTH FOR PRIVATE-Garage to
Store Single Car. Approximate Limited Use,
No Nights. Call 727-544-1602 or cell 727-331-

Insurance Auto Auction, Inc. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 11/23/2009, 10:00am at 5901 S.W.
205 Ave. PEMBROKE PINES, FL, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of Florida Statutes.
right to accept or reject any and/or all bids.

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1989 MERC.
1993 FORD
1996 JEEP
1999 FORD
2001 OLDS
2002 ISUZU
2003 FORD
2006 GMC

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Paradise Island Area of Treasure Island. Over
80 Residents Participating. Saturday, Nov. 7,
2009. 8 a.m. 3 p.m.
Items. Fri./Sat/Sun. 8am-5pm. 4510 22nd Ave.

6540-6550 1/2 2ND AVE. S. (Alley Parking),
Two floor garage, Many items. Great Prices.
Paintings, books, electronics, DVD Players,
Juicers & Mixer, Tools, Furniture. Friday & Sat.
8-3p.m. 727-345-1367.
MULTI-FAMILY FRI./SAT.-8-3. Men's & Wom-
en's Clothing, Furniture, Household Items,
Sterling Silver Jewelry, Beer Signs, & Much,
Much More. 205 46th Ave., St. Pete Beach.

MOVING SALE-Everything Must Go! 1846
41st St. S. Sat. 8am.-? Twin Beds, Sofa,
Chairs, Dressers, Entertainment Center and
More, CHEAP!
THOUSANDS OF YARDS-Designer Fabrics,
$1-$8/Yard. Tropical & Animal Cotton Prints,
Upholstery Tapesty, Silks, Filing Cabinet $15.
Handpainted pictures and pillows. Friday, Sat-
urday, Sunday, 7100 2nd Ave. S. St. Pete. Cor-
ner 71st St. & 2nd Ave. 8:00-? 727-501-2350.
Overstock Fabric
520 71ST AVE. ST. PETE BCH-Sat. 8am-
3pm. Household, Decorative Items, Pictures
and Much More!
ESTATE SALE-3010 59th St. S. Town Shores.
Barclay #312. Fri., Sat., & Sun. 9am.-5pm.
Furniture, Clothes, Household.
50% TO 75% OFF ALL SUMMER-Clothing.
Our $1 and $2 Clearance Racks are Better
than the Thrift Stores! Eileen's Resale Bou-
tique, 5401 Gulfport Blvd, Open Tues.-Sat.
Good, Clean Misc. Household. 1909 55th St.
S. Sat. 8am.-noon.
SAT. NOV. 7 9A.M.-NOON. 6740 Park St.
S. Huge Church-wide yard sale, Bake Sale,
Hot Dog Lunch, Car Wash! Furniture, House-
hold, Electronics, Kitchen, Kids. Designer/Ca-
reer Clothes $1 each. Like New Baby/Toddler
Clothes, Toys, Fur Stoles.
MOVING SALE- 5694 49th Terr. N. #321.
Household Items, Knick-Knacks, Books,
Some Furniture, Stuffed Animals. Oct 30 & 31,
Sat., October 31, 9-12 Only. Entrance on Pas-
adena Ave. Between Ted Peters & IHOP.
1201 55th St. S.- Sat. only, 9-? Mucho Guitars,
Banjos, Dulcimer, Bass Guitar and amp, Fur-
niture, includes Complete Full Bed, Records,
Jewelry, Lots of Collectibles!
4929 9TH AVE. S.- Garage Sale, Large Vari-
ety of Items. Saturday 8-3p.m.
COMMUNITY SALE- 1824 Shore Dr. S.
Novlst 9a.m. ?

BABY KITTEN FOUND Approx. 5 or 6
months old. Orang/white w/Fluffy Tail. Gulf-
port Area. Call 455-8706.
PLACE YOUR AD HERE- Call 321-6965.
LOST CAT!!!-"Ralph" Male Neutered. White &
Black. Black Saddle Bags on Body. Pink Nose,
Black on Head and Tail. Night blinking Collar
with Piece Missing. No ID. Left 7th Ave. N. and
55th St. St. Pete when Moved on Oct. 11th
FOUND OPAL RING- in Pasadena parking lot.
Call to identify. 727-384-9261.
ing "performance" 22' Aluminum Frame Dual
Axle Boat Trailer. Last seen Approximately
5yrs ago. Caller may claim anonymous Re-
ward. 727-502-7139.

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

Spirit, you who solves all problems, who lights
all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who
give me the divine gifts to forgive and forget
all evil against me and that in all instances of
my life you are with me, I want in this short
prayer to thank you for all things and confirm
once again that I never want to be separated
from you, even in spite of all material illusions.
I wish to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank
you for your mercy toward me and mine.
The person must say this prayer for3 con-
secutive days. After 3 days the favor requested
will be granted, even if it may appear difficult.
This prayer must be published immediately af-
ter the favor is granted, without mentioning the
favor, only your initials should appear at the
bottom. K.R.
PRAYER TO ST. JUDE This novena has
never been known to fail. This novena must be
said for 9 consecutive days. Publication must
be promised. Oh Holy St. Jude, Apostle and
Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles,
near kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful inter-
cessor of all who invoke your special patron-
age in time of need, to you I have recourse
from the depth of my heart and humbly beg
to whom God has given great power to come
to my assistance. Help me in my present
urgent petition. In return, I promise to make
your name known and call you to be invoked.
St. Jude, pray for us all who invoke your aid.
Amen. Say 3 Our Fathers, 3 Hail Marys & 3
Gloria's. R.S.

Holy Spirit, you who solves all problems, who
lights all roads so that I can attain my goal, you
who give me the divine gifts to forgive and for-
get all evil against me and that in all instances
of my life you are with me, I want in this short
prayer to thank you for all things and confirm
once again that I never want to be separated
from you, even in spite of all material illusions.
I wish to be with you, in eternal glory. Thank
you for your mercy toward me andmine.

- St. Michael, the Archangel, Defend Us In
Battle; Be Our Defense Against the Wicked-
ness and Snares of the Devil. May God Re-
buke Him We Humbly Pray; and Do You Oh
Prince of the Heavenly Host, By the Power
of God, Thrust Into Hell Satan and the Other
Evil Spirits Who Prowl About the World For the
Ruin of Souls. Amen. St. Michael, I Resort
to Your Protection and in My Faith, Offer This
Light Which Shall Burn Every Tuesday. Com-
fort Me in My Difficulties and While Lodging in
the House of Our Savior Intercede for Me and
My Family That We Will Be Able to Hold God
Close to Our Hearts and Be Provided for in All
of Our Necessities. I Beseech You, to Have
Infinite Pity in Regard to Favors I ask of You
(Name Them) So That I May Be Able To Over-
come All Difficulties as You Did the Dragons
at Your Feet. Our Father (Say 3 Times). Hail
Mary (Say 3 Times). Glory Be (Say 3 Times).
This Prayer is to be Said 9 Tuesdays, in Suc-
cession and Each Tuesday a Candle Shal
Be Lighted and a Copy of This Prayer Lft in
the Church to Help Another Soul in Distress
and Support the Devotion to St. Michael. This
Miraculous Saint Grants Everything, No Mat-
ter How Difficult, Before the Termination of 9
Tuesday. G.F.
MAYTHE SACRED Heart of Jesus be adored,
glorified, loved, and preserved throughout the
world. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us.
Blessed Mother, pray for us. St. Jude, worker
of miracles, pray for us. Say this prayer for
ninet days, nine times a day. Then publish this
prayer. ThankYou, Jesus. G. M. B.

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1BR/1BA Deluxe, Top Floor, Totally Remod-
eled. Partially Furnished, No Pets/Smoking.
$800/Mo. & Deposit, Annual. Water, Cable,
Gas Included. References. Available Now.
ST. PETE BEACH- Large Efficiency, Excellent
Condition, Busline, Fishing. Newly Remod-
eled. Water Included. $565/Mo. 1BR, $595/
Mo. 727-345-7036.

Close to Shopping, Chateau Tower, Pasadena
Place & Les Chateau. Lovely 1 & 2BR Apts.
From $800/Mo. Annual. Ample Parking. Avail-
able Immediately. Call for Appt. MARCOUX
REALTY INC. 727-347-1535 or 727-360-
2BR/1BA- Hardwood Floors, Garage, Fenced-
In Yard, Oak Trees, Good Neighbors. Sect. 8
Okay. 804-9237. 2042 45th St. S.,St. Pete.
GULFPORT 1BR/1BA- Key West Style Cot-
tage, Near Pier & Beach. Available Nov. 1st.
W/D, Tenant Check. $650/Mo. 502-9479.
1st floor Condo, W/D, Carport, Pool, Gated/
Secure Comm. with Amenities. Annual. THE
SUN TEAM 727-345-0099.
ST. PETE BEACH-2BR, Nice Yard, Small Pet
Ok. $795/Mo. Seniors Preferred. 727-363-
3050, cell 727-412-2157.
LARGE 1BR/1BA-Bermuda Bay Condo. Gat-
ed Waterfront Community on Private Beach.
Washer/Dryer, W/G/S, Basic Cable Included.
$780/Mo. N/S, No pets 727-460-0251.
TREASURE ISLAND Waterfront 1BR, Condo.
Annual. Fishing Dock, Water, Cable & Trash.
Quiet, Remodeled, Beautiful. No Pets. Avail-
able September. $695/Mo. 727-647-3328.
nished, Open Waterview, Gated, 55+, Covered
Parking, W/D, Hardwood Floors Throughout,
855sqft. $800/Mo. 727-397-2351.
1BR/1BA Condo. W/D, Carport, Pool, Gated
"Adult" Community. Annual Lease THE SUN
TEAM 727-345-0099.

Gulfport Art District 1BR/1BA Duplex with
Separate Dining Area. Carport and Private
Fenced Yard. Landlord pays W/S/G plus Lawn
Maintenance. $750/Mo. $500. Damage De-
posit. 727-942-7606 or 727-278-4852.
CHATEAU TOWER- 2BR/2BA, All New Appli-
ances including W/D, New 20" Tile in LR/DR
& Kitchen, New Carpet in Bedrooms. No Pets.
7th Floor Great Waterview. Yearly lease $1000/
Mo.Possible Option to Buy. 727-360-4123.

6220 10TH AVE. S.- 2 Story, 4BR/3BA/2CG,
All Appliances, Hardwood Floors. Stainless,
Granite, Laundry Room W/D, Fenced Yard.
$1850/Mo. 727-492-9065.
able Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney
Karen S. Keaton at 327-5368.

1BR, $500-$550/Mo. 2 Blocks to Lake and
1275. Ask about a Free Months Rent? Call
1BR APT. 45th St. & 9th Ave. N. $500/mo
plus electric. $300 Security Deposit. $30 non-
refundable credit check. Criminal Check also.
Near Busline. Contact Edie at 727-409-3716
for viewing appointment.
GULFPORT 2831 50TH ST. S.-3/1 House,
New Flooring in Kitchen, Screened Patio,
CHA, Coin W/D on-site. $850/Mo. $425/Secu-
rity 727-742-5140.
4925 12TH AVE. S.- 2BR/1BA, $725/Mo.
Available Now. 727-322-8030.
SMALL QUIET APTS-AII Utilities Included.
727-343-1637. Also need Part Time Handy-
man & Part-Time Housekeeper.
stairs, $650/Mo. First & Security Required.
Mo. C/H/A, W/S/G Paid, Laundry. Small Quiet
Complex. Petless, Smokeless. Reserved Park-
ing. 727-360-4054. Leave Message.

Nice yard, Carpet/Wood floors, W/D, New
Bath, Central H/A, Plenty of Storage. $600/Mo.
Rent/Sale 727-204-5001.
MYTAXES ARE LOWER- So your rent will be
lower! 2br/1ba, 2br/2ba and 3br/1ba Houses.
$675/mo. 4519 14th Ave. S., 2482 15th Ave.
S., 3230 4th Ave. S., 1br house, $550/mo -
1744 44th St. S. All have; A/C & W/D Hookup.
Call 305-975-0840.
2BR/2BA CONDO-Pool, Clubhouse, Pool
Table, Beautiful Ceramic Tile, Children and
Small pets Ok. Cable Included. 5 minutes from
Beach. So. Pasadena. $850/Mo. 727-374-
area, CH/A, W/D, Clean. 5708 23rd Ave. S.
1BR FURNISHED Cent. Ht/AC. Washer/
Dryer. $150/Wk .- $250/Sec. Plus Electric &
Cable. 345-1798
3BR/2BA- Pool Home, Terrazzo Floors, Credit
Check Required. By Appt. Only. 323-4130.
5101 29th Ave. S.

LAKE MAGGIORE Over looking the lake 1 & 2 br units $695 & $795
MEL TAN-HEIGHTS 3br/lba large fenced lot carport. Lots of space $795
GULFPORT-STETSON AREA 2/3 br hardwood firs large yard $895
BARTLET PARK 2br/2ba fenced yard W&D Hook ups SEC 8 OK $650
SOUTH PASADENA lbr/lba Waterfront Condo, Pool, No pets $625
FRUITLAND HEIGHTS 3br/lba Lease Option avail Hardwood firs $795
GULFPORT 2br/lba carport extra storage. Near waterfront Dist. $625
OLD NE lbr apts incl.WSG, Gas & Basic Cable. 2nd mo. 1/2 rent $550

^XX Rentals & Realty, Inc. (727)867-3767

2401 QUINCY ST. S.-2BR/1BA. Florida Room
could be Used as 3rd Bedroom. CHA, Eat-in
Kitchen, Laundry, Fenced yard. $800/Mo. 727-

2BR/1BA $675/MO.-Charming Cottage, CHA,
Washer/Dryer, Gorgeous Fenced Yard, Quiet,
Perfect for Kids/Pets, Carport, $500 Security,
727-321-9298 or 727-251-2766.
A,Washer/Dryer, $675/mo. plus $300 security,
includes water. 322-8242.
S. PASADENA-4 Waterfront Condos. 55+
Community, Lots of Ammenties. 2BR's and
1 BR's. Seasonal 6/Mo. or Annual. Call for De-
tails 702-838-1267.
Apt. 2nd Floor. Clean, Quiet and Close to
Art District. $1100/mo. Furnished. Anna 727-
321-5146. Available Now.
1 BEDROOM DUPLEX APT.- Gulfport, Near
Beach, Carpeted, Fans, Deck, Backyard, AC,
$550/Mo. + Security, Plus Utilities. 727-321-
2BR/1.5 BATH HOME Central H/A, Large
Yard, Non-Smokers, No Pets. $800/mo. plus
$500 Security. Call 321-8172.
ground pool. $1200/mo. Call 727-776-1353.
Value at $725/Mo. Includes Electric, WGS,
Cable for 1 Non-Smoker. Very Nice, Bright
Apt. Spacious Kitchen, New Carpeting, Blinds.
Freshly Painted, C/HA, Ceiling Fans, Outside
Sensor Lights. No Section 8. Deposit Required.
Call Dan 727-327-6144 to See.
CUTE EFFICIENCY APT.-In the center of
Gulfport's Art District. Newly Renovated, Qui-
et, Walk to Beach, Restaurants, Shops. $485/
Mo. Also Available Furnished 727-687-0568.
Room, Large Beautiful Lot, Close to Shopping.
1257 Essex Dr. N. $775/Mo. 727-345-7036.
CUTE & CLEAN 3/2 Block Home, Fenced
Yard, Close to Everything. Must See to Appre-
ciate. $950/Mo. $500 Security Deposit. 727-
Immaculate. Parking at Security Door. Annual
$695/Mo. 1st/Last, Security Deposit. Cable/
Gas/Water Included. Non-Smoker. 978-649-
6562 or 978-621-2059.
STUDIO APT.-Overlooks Park and Tennis
Courts. Large Bath with Tub. Conveniently
located. Includes All Utilities/Cable/Internet.
Credit Check Required. 727-688-7622.
3BR, $950 GETS YOU IN-(those who qualify).
Fenced Yard. Good Location. Ready Now. 727-
502-7530 or 727-321-1793.

Art District. With Hardwood Floors, Electric,
Water, Gas, Garbage and Sewer Included.
WIFI in Building. $595/Mo. or $150/Wk. 727-
323-7268 www.BryanTree.Com
1611 & 1535 40TH ST. S.- 2BR/1BA. W/D
Hookup. Wall A/C & Heat. No Pets/Drugs.
$650/Mo. +Security. 727-804-8674.

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NORTH ST. PETE-Unfurnished Apts. $595.
plus Security. 1BR/1BA. Includes Electric,
Gas, Water, & Trash. Laundry on Premises.

in Gulfport. Large 1000sqft. 1Br/1.5Ba Apt.
$775/Mo. Yearly Lease. Parking. Call for Ap-
pointment. 727-644-2441.

To Qualified Tenants within 6 weeks or
We Give You 50% Discount on our
Service! Property Manager Alla
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for Home at www.EsearchHome.com

2519 BEACH BLVD.-1BR/Studio Downstairs,
Wood Floors, on Park, WSG Paid. Great
Neighborhood, Quiet. 7 blocks to Beach.
$550/Mo. 727-822-2955.

Over 55...in the lovely community
of Gulfport. Unfurnished, second
floor, 1 br/1 ba, clean & freshly painted.
1060 sq ft. Rent includes basic cable,
gas for cooking/heat/hotwater.
Prefer non smoker. NO PETS...
walk to art district, beach, restaurants,
dancing at the casino. 1 year lease.
$700 per month, first/last/security.


STUDIO APT- Private, Newer Appliances. Ca-
thedral Ceilings, Red Oak Laminated Floors.
Heat/Air. Utilities Included. $600/Mo., $600
Security. $30 Application Fee. 727-320-6475.
TOWN SHORES 55+- 2/2, Remodeled, No
Pets/Smoking. Near Clubhouse, Pool. 6 Mos.
Lease. $830/Mo. Plus Electric, Security. Avail-
able Dec. 1st. 1-630-456-1354, 1-630-665-

1BR Duplex, Completely Furnished. Enclosed
Porch. Walk to Shopping, Park, Beach. Se-
niors Preferred. No Smoking/Pets. Quiet Area.
modeled 1BR/1BA Waterfront with Boat Slip.
Beautifully Furnished, Covered Parking, On
Busline, Yearly $900/Mo. Seasonal $1500/Mo.
$150.00 MOVES YOU IN Furnished Efficien-
cy, Utilities Included. 727-327-3898.
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nished). Nice and Clean. Walk to Art District
in Gulfport. Prefer Single Working person.
No Smoking/Pets. $600/Mo. 3mo. minimum.
Cable/Utilities Included. 727-644-6194.
GULFPORT CLEAN 1/1-a Few Blocks to Res-
taurants/Beach. CH/A, W/D, Fully Equipped.
5039 29th Ave. S. Apt. B) 727-418-7272.
1 BEDROOM GARAGE-Apt. Water Included,
$675/Mo., $600/Deposit. Nice Area across
from Post Office on 22nd Ave. (#4227) Move-
in Ready! 803-645-2525.
WATERFRONT 1BR-On Bay, Huge Great
Room, 1000sqft, 10ft. Ceilings, Bamboo
Floors, Huge Balcony, Boat Dock Available.
$1350/Mo. Includes: Utilities; W/D; Cable. No
Pets/Smoking. Plenty of Storage, Hasn't come
Available In Years. Don't Miss this One! 727-
321-4720 or 727-452-4721.
2BR FURNISHED CONDO-Town Shores. 4th
floor, Close to Pool. Covered Parking. $900/
Mo. annual. 55+. Available Nov. 1st. Call 727-

GULFPORT ROOM-In My House. Full House
Privileges. $300/Mo., $100 Security. 727-366-
ROOMMATE WANTED- Pasadena/Gulfport.
Full House Privileges, Utilities & Wireless
Internet Included. 727-623-1432 or 727-344-
HOME TO SHARE-Furnished, Cable, Con-
crete Parking, Washer & Dryer, Fenced Prop-
erty, Utilities Included. Non Smoking, Security
Deposit, $110/Wk. 727-323-1039.
ROOM FOR RENT-In Split Plan Home. 3/2,
Full House Privileges. Close to Beaches, Eck-
erd College, USF, downtown. Pinellas Point.
$500/mo. 430-3502.
Furnished Bedroom, Share Kitchen & Bath.
$475/Mo. 727-343-6350.
GULFPORT CONDO To share, 2/2 Master
Suite w/private bath. Full Condo Privileges.
$400 plus shared Utilities. 727-709-3367.

OFFICE & RETAIL SPACE- From $398-$791/
Mo. Ample Parking. Madeira Beach. 727-641-



THURSDAY OCT. 29TH 1-4 3526 41st Ave.
S. Unit #170. Beautiful 1BR Fully Furnished
1 st floor Condo. Only $66,900 Call Yvonne Ta-
nis. ST. PETE BEACH REALTY INC. 727-204-
3821 OR 727-866-6173.

Town Shores, 2BR/2BA w/Views of Commu-
nity Marina and Waterways. Newer Windows,
Storm Shutters and Covered Assigned Park-
ing. By. Apt. Only. $124,900. Bill Sampson,
Jr., BAIRD REALTY GROUP, 727-776-7280.
GULFPORT BEACH-2 Story Bungalow. 2BR/
1.5BA, Den, Updated Kitchen, Dining Room.
Wood Floors, Upper Story Great for Studio or
3rd BR. $190,000. Margit Kaitar 727-545-5634
or 727-643-5172 COLDWELL BANKER.
3BR/1.5BA/1CG BRICK HOME- Large Liv-
ing Room, Florida Room, Dining Room, New
Kitchen Cabinets, Birdcage Pool & Jacuzzi,
Fenced. $150,000.727-289-8729.

Call Don Kenney
3114 57th St. S.
Unique 2 story, 2 or 3 bedrooms
on 2 floors, close to beach. Walk to restaurants,
fine dining, Gulfport Art & Entertainment District
Price Reduced $275,000

5310 15th Ave. S.- Adorable Gulfport
home just minutes from Stetson College.
Perfect for student, retiree or first time
home buyer! This 2 bedroom, 1 bath
bungalow is tastefully decorated and is
move-in ready.
Priced to sell at $89,900...
Won't Last Long!

5134 15th Ave. S.- 2 bedroom, 1-1/2
bath Gulfport Charmer located just
minutes from shopping and restaurants
in the unique Gulfport Art District. This
cottage style home features beautifully
polished terrazzo floors and a fenced
private back yard.
Priced just reduced to $109,500
So Don't Wait!

Call Loretta Powers

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Tile Floors, Newer C/HA. Covered Parking,
55+, Heated Pool. Close to Shopping/Banks.
$40,000 Margit Kaitar 727-545-5634 or 727-
MOBILE HOME-Full Bath, Added Room, Roof
over, Carport, Utility Room with Additional Full
Bath. Gated, Quiet, Friendly, Family Commu-
nity. Pets. $1480 obo by 11/15. Move in Ready.
Lot Rent $241/Mo. 1616 21st St. S. #320,
(drive by) 727-557-7479 or 727-580-1354.
Appliances. Located at 7403 46th Ave. N. Sun-
shine Mobile Home Park, Lot 31. $3000. 208-
785-4405 or
suese2_1999 @yahoo.com
STARTER 2BR HOME-CB Construction,
Work Shop, Carport with Laundry Room. Cor-
ner Lot with Fruit Trees. $99,000. Margit Kaitar
727-545-5634 or 727-643-5172. COLDWELL
bassy #102. Ground Floor. 1450sqft. Condo.
2BR/2 Full Baths, Updated Interior, Tile,
Granite, Newly Painted. Bay 25-30ft. from
back door. Extremely Nice! $229K, Must See!
Call Lajean Suttles (423)-413-9208 or Greg
Baggett (423)-400-0437 to Schedule Appt. Of-
fers Accepted.

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S 3115 Beach Blvd. S. Gulfport, Florida 33707
CALL BILLTO SEE: 727-224-5129
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WOW What A View! 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath, Florida room, nearly new
Remodeled kitchen with granite countertops Freshly fridge, newer tile in kitchen & bath. Very clean.
ainted throughout. New windows, 1.5 baths, furnished, Cat friendly building $102,000
Totally updated 3/2, 1661 sq.ft. Granite Counter, Solid Wood Cabinets,
30 year Metal Roof / Pool sized yard/Family Room / Master Suite. $265,000

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Don't mind steps? Get a great buy on this walk up 2nd fl condo.. Fresh paint. $35,777
Will you be the one to take advantage of this short sale. Take a look. It's a good deal. $42,900
Oh so convenient. Walk to shopping center. Plenty of room. Park outside your door. $49.900
Pretty pond view from screened balcony. Well kept. Close to main club house. Nice $54,500
Newer appliance, ac/heat, covered parking, 2nd fl.. Ready for you now. Looks good. $57,777
Rarely do we see this floor plan on the market and right now we have two.. You won't believe how big
this floor plan is. Both are in excellent condition. Furniture available. $63,900 & $64,900

Doubt you would expect this condo to be so updated for this price. Remodeled kitchen done right! Bath updated,
carpet replaced, painted. You'll love the bonus room off the kitchen. Take a look. $64,900
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Remodeled kitchen, all fixed up, a/c new 2007. Owner moved for health reasons. Great buy. $68,900
Can use some TLC but what a gorgeous pond view from the screened porch. carport. $68,888
Pretty pond view, 7x13 utility room, w/d, carport, screened balcony, new carpet. Grab it. $79,500
Very good condition. Some furniture. Covered parking, newer a/c. No pets. Good location. $79,500
Walk in & see how lovely this condo is. Carport, Screen porch, pond view. w/d. So, nice. $88,777
Beautiful lake view. Can have w/d, carport. Lovely building across from club house. Good one. $99,900

Light & bright, carport, washer, furniture available, fresh paint, very clean. Lg rooms. No pets. $79,750
Pool behind bldg. Excellent condition. Spacious. Walk in closets. Carport. See it soon. $79,900
Bring your checkbook. This corner is lovely. Pergo floors, remodeled kitchen/baths & more. $83,900
Honey, I found our new home! Balcony, w/d, updated, carport, lovely view. Wow.... $88,500
Make offer on this Ig corner. Utility rm, carport, pretty pond view. Screened balcony. carport $94,500
Storm shutters, new carpet, updated kitchen, baths, w/d, a/c 2 yrs new, No pets. VERY nice. $99,900

$550 TO $850 PER MONTH. Gas cooking, heat, hot water, cable, trash, amenities included, in rent.

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One Reason, One Rationale,
ROne Reality, One Realtor:
Suzanne Olson & The 'OR' Team
5855 27th Ave. S. ($200k) The Only Realtors you'll ever need
An absolutely beautiful dream home! Inside
and out you will love this house. Three bedrooms, 2 full
baths, 1510 sq ft with garage, inside utility room, large family 1893 Shore Dr. S. Unit 314 ($145k)
room, newer windows, hardwood floors, newer kitchen, fenced. Don't miss this opportunity to own this lovely
Large upstairs bedroom and bath with sitting area can be private 2 bedroom 2 bath condo with beautiful water view from the
master or put the kids and company in their own space. All 5 family room. Totally remodeled in 2007.
blocks to the beach in the sought after Gulfport "Art District".
1868 Shore Drive. S. #414 ($200,000)
6000 1st Ave. S. ($59,900) Large Ibr, private Spectacular wide open water view from the
patio, new paint & carpet, newer appliances, 2300+ sq ft 4th floor corner unit, and the Seller will pay your maintenance
lots of closets. Move right in. fees for the first year! 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, large eat-in
kitchen remodeled in 2007.

5845 62nd St. N. ($100,000) Very nice home with lots of character. 2 bedrooms,
1 bath in Pinellas Farms. Extra room with inside utility room. Wonderful fireplace in living room and screened porch in front. Hardwood floors
throughout. The perfect home at the perfect price! Tons of storage throughout. Very large yard.
3210 39th St. #6 ($107,000) Your new home has a den/office area with a wet bar along with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Three walk-in closets and
stage throughout, and a garage with storage, door opener and space for a kayak. Washer & dryer are conveniently located inside the unit also.
There are tennis courts, shuffleboard and a private entrance to Clam Bayou Nature Preserve with boat ramp. Very easy access to 1-275 and downtown.
No age restrictions. Ready to move in...this is THE unit for you.
1847 Shore Dr. S. #309 ($119,900) This is the location for your new home! Great location close to trolley and bus stops, shops, the Corey Historic
District, medical facilities and white sandy beaches. Spacious unit with a completely renovated kitchen, new cabinets and appliances, granite countertops,
tile throughout the unit. Large bedroom with walk-in closet and loads of storage space. Florida room overlooks an immaculate view of dock and intracoastal
waters and the very detailed updates throughout.
3880 37th St. S. Unit 51 ($119,900) 3br/2ba, large condo w/private large screened balcony
overlooking a park. Close to Fort DeSoto

1847 Shore Drive S #419 ($199k) 2200+ sq ft, 3/2.5 with wide-open intracoastal 2630 Miriam St. S. ($127,900)
and Boca Ciega Bay waterviews. Totally remodeled, the granite and new cabinets Gulfport Marina District dollhouse, completely
in the kitchen and bath are what you've been looking for. It has a floor plan renovated inside & out, new kitchen, bath, windows,
that provides the best of everything. flooring. 2 blocks to Gulfport Marina.
5845 62nd St. N. ($100,000)
6020 Shore Blvd. #712 ($275k) UNDER CONTRACT Wide open water view Very nice home with lots of character. 2 bedrooms,
of Boca Ciega Bay to Don CeSar and the Gulf, pets welcome, lease ok. 2210 sf 1 bath in Pinellas Farms. Extra room with inside utility
corner. Inside laundry, Florida room, Hurricane shutters. Across from Beach, room. Wonderful fireplace in living room and screened
Gulfport Art District porch in front. Hardwood floors throughout.
The perfect price! Tons of storage throughout.
12368 70th Street N (Largo) ($149,900) Nice little pool home in Pinebrook Very large yard.
Estates, new 16 in ceramic tile, Fibertech pool finish, fenced yard.

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FAIRFAX #205 2br/2ba, laminate floors throughout,
beautiful new kitchen, great waterviews, covered
parking, pet friendly. $139,000
GROTON #304 2br/1 ba, eat-in-kitchen, newer windows,
carpet, fresh paint, storm shutters. Great waterviews. Very
inviting at $129,900
GROTON #101 End unit 2br/2ba deluxe. Beautifully
Furnished, Newer carpet, Tinted windows, Room for outdoor
Patio Panoramic wtrfrnt, views. Move in Ready $149,000

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HAMPTON #402 2/2 deluxe. $159,000 Annual renter in place.
DOVER #407 1 BR Star itqe iendly, covered parking.
Many upgrades. $79,00"i
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beautifully renovated con A great new kitchen appliances, tile
& carpeting. Tuscany colEW, 1'TIMlir M is unit so warm &
charming. Covered parking, fabulous buy at $104,000
JAMISON #614 2/2 deluxe furnished. New AC & Heating.
Covered parking. $103,000
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