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No. 2292 January 10 January 16, 2013 Runners Brave Cold for Prostate Awareness For the third year running, athletes and casual walkers alike met at the starting line in downtown Gulfport early Saturday morning. The J. West Prostate Cancer 5K Run and Walk, emerging as a Gulfport winter tradition, started at 8 a.m. by the Casino. The race raises awareness about and money for the J. West Prostate Foundation. The Foundation focuses on the health and well being of all men, with special emphasis on African-American men, who need additional resources in dealing with prostate health. Antonio DeManuel mugs for the camera but never stops running. Students of Gulf Beaches Past Carrie Hill moved from Fort Myers Beach to Treasure Island and continues her volunteer work with a local historical society. In Fort Myers Beach, she helped with Indian mound digs and fundraising. Here, shell give her time to the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum. See Story, page 2 Fees for Outdoor Entertainment and Sign Permits ReducedGULFPORT The city has made it easier for businesses to have outdoor seating and displays. Outdoor seating and displays will still require a site plan, but of instead of going before council, city staff will review and can approve those plans. During the December 18 meeting Councilman Dan Liedtke asked the city manager to look at reducing the $138 fee for the application; the city obliged and reduced the fee for outdoor sales and display permits as well as outdoor entertainment to $39. Obviously the chamber is in favor of this, Gulfport Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Bob Newcomb said in favor of the ordinance. The council voted unanimously in favor of the ordinance. Call f or an appointment727-343-3132
2 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 CORRECTION Gulfport's Get Rescued will be held on Saturday, February 23rd. A story in the January 3, 2013 issue gave an incorrect date. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused. Capri and Palms Bridge Replacement Starts January 21st A project to replace two 60 year-old bridges on Treasure Island begins this month and is expected to take about ten months to complete. Construction of a new Isle of Palms bridge on 112th Avenue and a new Capri Isle bridge on 116th Avenue is set to begin on January 21, 2013. Both bridges will be built simultaneously, one half at a time, with the south sides of the bridges done evening commutes, there will be adjustments in the timing of the signals. The lights will also include automatic sensors to prevent long backups. The south sides of the new bridges are scheduled to be completed by May, at old bridges will be demolished to allow construction of the second half of the new bridges. Construction hours are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Work will be performed on Saturdays only when weekday construction is delayed because of weather. A sidewalk will be open throughout the construction for pedestrians and bicyclists. The new bridges are expected to cost $3.46 million and are planned to be fully Students of Gulf Beaches Past Did you go to school on the beach? If you did, you can go look up your old school pictures at the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum. The museum belongs to the county but volunteers manage the museum, which lives in an old church converted to a house converted to a museum on Pass-aGrille. Lance Peterson, a volunteer and vice president of Friends of Gulf Beaches Historical Museum, says the museum could use volunteers. The time commitment, he says, doesnt ask too much of people. We ask for two three hour shifts a month, he says, during which time volunteers greet people, answer questions, and show off the museum. Currently the museum has about 50 volunteers, Mr. Peterson says, but not all are considered active volunteers. At any given time about half of them are active, he says, As age takes over their lives... They have less time to give to the museum. If you can give the museum six hours a month or more, Mr. Peterson asks that you call Sandie Lyman at (727) 458-4058 to set up training. You need not be a trained historian or have any experience.City Hall HousekeepingST. PETE BEACH The commission lifted restrictions on exterior paint paint cannot be used as primary exterior color of any building. People may still paint trim black. outside as long as they meet certain guidelines. construction commercial properties must have a top rail.
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4 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Late Library Book? Youll Pay!ST. PETE BEACH The commission voted to approve raising library late fees for items loaned for 14 or 28 days. Currently, the late fees cost patrons 15; the increase will bring the fees to 20 per day (with the same maximum of $5.00 per item). Items loaned for a seven day period will decrease from $1.00 per day to 50 per day (also with period primarily applies to DVDs and VHS cassettes. Feed the Meter With Your PhoneST. PETE BEACH In the near future, if you want to park in a metered spot on St. Pete Beach, youll be able to pay using the Park Mobile application for smart phones. At the next city commission meeting, commissioners will vote on an agreement between Park Mobile and the city. Anyone can download this app, which allows drivers to register a car and credit card that they can use to recharge the parking meter remotely. Drivers will still be able to use coins to pay for parking. St. Petersburg parking meters already work with the Park Mobile app.Housekeeping Items From City HallGULFPORT City council approved the following items at Thursday nights meeting: with other area police to share information without requiring a public records request mutual aids between Gulfport Police and other police departments. This routine business and provide emergency assistance in neighboring jurisdictions, according to a memo from city staff to the council. with Eco-City Partners to administrate the PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) program. This program will allow commercial properties improvements with the building itself.
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6 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Gulfport Lions Spaghetti Dinner The Gulfport Lions Club will be holding a Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, January 12th from 3-7 p.m. They will be serving all you can eat spaghetti with meatballs, salad and garlic bread with a dessert for a donation of $7 in their clubhouse on beautiful Boca Ciega Bay. They have plenty of carry out containers to accommodate the football fans. Let them provide your dinner for the playoffs. Pick it up, take it home, turn on the TV and cheer your favorite team. If you would prefer to dine in, the address is 4630 Tifton Drive S., right behind the Gulfport Marina. Feel free to bring your own adult beverage. They provide coffee and tea. Money earned from this fundraiser will go to Little League and Scouting. They hope to see you there. Your help is always appreciated. Lithuanian-American Lunch this Thursday The Lithuanian-American Club is serving lunch on Thursdays from 1-3 p.m. at 4880 46 Avenue N. in St. Petersburg. The cost is $7 for entree, side, dessert and coffee. By popular request, todays menu is Cepelinai (grated potato meat dumplings) served with sour cream and/or bacon sauce, dessert and coffee. As usual, they have Lithuanian beer and fresh baked Lithuanian bread to buy every Thursdays. Call Vida at 866-7936. Everyone is welcome. $$$$ S a ving CouponWith Coupon Only expire s 1/16/13750 ml 3.00 $ 22.99J ack Daniels s Va lid 1/10-1/16/13
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8 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Guild to Host Game Day The All Childrens Hospital Guild Beach Branch will be hosting Game Day on Monday, January 14th. It will be held at the Elks Club Madeira Beach, 14111 E. Parsley Drive, Madeira Beach. Event features cards and games galore, including a catered lunch, jewelry sales, a Chinese Auction and more. Social is at 11 a.m., with lunch at 11:30. Ticket price is $20. For further information please contact Joan Pitney at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-374-9292 or Verna Bankhead at email@example.com or 727360-0176. 14 19 49th Str eet S. 7 27-3 2 1-6 96 5 A dvertising@theGabber .comDisplay Ad vertising fr om $1 7. 20 per column inch.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 9 NE W Lo ca tion 12 Duplicate Games Each We ekwww .stpetebridge.org ACBL ACBL NOVICE GAMES MON. WED. FRI. 12:30 PMOpen House Monday Ja nuar y 7th, 5 6:30 pm NE W Lo ca tion Players Open Sordid Lives The Gulfport Community Players will open Sordid Lives, a black comedy about white trash, this Thursday night at the Hickman Theater of Gulfport. Sordid Lives 1996. Four years later, it was done as a movie, which turned out to be a very successful movie! As usual, the play and the movie were two entirely different animals and the play turned out to be the better of the two! Later on, this play was made into a TV series. Written by a Texan named Del Shores the play takes place in Texas. It was the intent of the playwright that audiences just might catch a glimpse of themselves, someone they know, or society in general by watching and listening carefully to this play. It has a very deep underlying theme, that will only be seen as the play progresses. This play is timeless in this respect. Some things never change with age and this play is a great example of just that. What the playwright brought out many years ago is just as relevant today. Sordid Lives is a madcap comedy about one exceptionally nutty family in a small Texas town. It is a fast-paced comedy, full of wacky relationships and warped senses of the characters love for one another. Look and listen carefully, you might see someone you know! Be advised however, that adult language and situations are portrayed in the play. Consequently, the Players advise only people 18 or over attend. Join the Players and your neighbors for another evening or afternoon of great entertainment at the Hickman Theater. Tickets are available at the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce, the Gulfport Casino, the Gulfport Beach Bazaar, at the door, or by calling them at 727-322-0316 for will-call tickets. The play will run for three weeks, from January 10th through January 27th. Curtain time for Thursday, Friday and Saturday is 8 p.m, while Sunday is 2 p.m. For more information about this play or the Gulfport Community Theater, please visit their website at: http:// www.gulfportcommunityplayers. org.Movie Day Dont forget Tuesday, January 15th at 11 a.m. is free movie day with a lunch special rib sandwich, pork and beans all for $2.50 at the Gulfport Senior Center at 5501 27th Ave. S. where good friends meet!
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Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 11 345-3337Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9am-6pm347-3758 345-3337 347-37586856 GULFPORT BLVD. (in the Pasadena Shopping Center ) EARRING SALE 1/2 Price(2nd pair must be of equal or lesser value) St Pete Beach Yard Sale Come shop over 50 vendors at the St. Pete Beach Community Center Yard Sale on January 12th from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The vendors will be located inside and outside at their beautiful water front facility,7701 Boca Ciega Dr. For more information call the Community Center at 727-363-9245 or visit www.spbrec.com. Tampa Bay Job and Career Fair Looking for a new job? How about a new career? Come out to the employment event of the season, the Tampa Bay Job and Career Fair on Tuesday, January 15th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Coliseum in downtown St. Petersburg. Meet with local companies who have immediate employment needs from entry level positions to skilled trade, health care and even top managerial positions. There is something for everyone at the Tampa Bay Job Fair. This special event is designed to help put you face to face with companies with open positions which they are This years event will also include a Career Fair. Several of the areas top schools for continuing education, local universities and vocational/ technical institutes will be on hand. It is a great opportunity to examine ways to further develop your skills for the jobs of today and review the bright career prospects of tomorrow. Expand your skill set or even learn a whole new career. Come prepared, bring a few resumes and get ready to say Hello. This is an event that you dont want to miss. Come out to the Tampa Bay Job and Career Fair. You could be to work by the end of the day or even on your way to a whole new career. For additional information call Dave LaBell 727-893-8523. Gulfport Womens Club to hold Card Party The Gulfport Womens Club will be holding their Annual Card Party this year in the Town Shores clubhouse auditorium. The event will take place on Wednesday, January 16th at 12 noon. This Card/Game Party is the Clubs largest donation raising event with proceeds to be awarded to help their schools and Gulfports senior residents. Most tables are for games of four, six, or eight players. Typical games played are Bridge, Canasta or Tiles. However, if you have another game you like to play, by all means come and enjoy the afternoon with us. This party is open to anyone in the area. Door prizes and auction prizes will be available for a $17 donation that includes all prizes. For more information or to buy your tickets please call Petie at 344-6450 or Judy at 344-7558. Mark your calendars and hold the date, January 16th for an afternoon of fun, friendship, and a great lunch. Learn More about Your Heritage Do you want to learn more about your family tree? Beginning Friday, January 11, 2013 and every second Friday, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Catherine Hickman lobby at 5501 27th Avenue S., instructor Kay Boatwright will assist you in researching your family history. Learn where your ancestors come from and what of the spelling of your surname and how to build a family tree. You must be a Senior Center member to attend this free class. Sign up at the Senior Center or call 727-893-2237 or 727893-1231 to get on the list.Public Safety Boating Class An ABS (All about Boating Safety) Class will be offered on Saturday, January 12th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the USCG Auxiliary Building at 3120 Miriam Street S. in Gulfport (use the side entrance). There will be a one our lunch break about 12 noon (you can bring your lunch). Bring pens and pencils and note paper. Cost is $40 per person, books and materials will be furnished. Upon completion the student will receive a State of Florida bobber card. Call 727-399-7986.
12 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Heritage Village Hosts Writing Workshops Have you ever wanted to write a novel? Do you have an interest in historical settings? Award-winning author Angela T. Pisaturo will continue to host workshops at Heritage Villages on the topic of writing history into Friday, January 11th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Each three-hour workshop will be unique and will show participants for a novel and then translate it into Historical writing workshops for the remainder of the year are scheduled for March 8, May 10, July 12 and September 13. Each workshop is $15 per person; $13 for Pinellas County Historical Society members. Call 727-582-2233 to register or for more information. Heritage Village is located at 11909 125th Street N. in Largo. Town Shores Red Hatters They look forward to January activities which include Bunko, a play and their annual cruise. Bunko will be played in the clubhouse lounge on Friday, January 11th. They have tickets for the St. Petersburg City Theatre on Sunday, January 27th at 2 p.m. to see the musical Nine to Five. Cost is $19 and the money must be in by January 11th. Call Bev at 381-2122 or Judy at 344-7558. Their cruise is January 19-23rd. They have a bus to pick up and return them to Town Shores. The cost round-trip is $16 which includes tips. Money must be in by January 8th. See or call Judy at 344-7558.Tour Barbara Gilberg HabitatBy Natalie Leggette Join me for a tour of the park on January 15th at 10 a.m. and learn when all native plants should be installed in your landscaping. She will have handouts on this subject. Barbara Gilberg Habitat is located at 1600 Pasadena Avenue next to the electronic billboard on Shore Drive. Meet me in the pavilion.
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14 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 New Year Jazz The Suncoast Dixieland Jazz Society will sponsor three concerts in January. On Thursday, January 10th, Bobby Tess and the Dixie Chaps will play from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Bilmar Beach Resort, Treasure Island. Admission is $7, students and active military free with I.D. Phone 727522-6877. On Sunday, January 20th., Bill Maugers Vintage Jazz Band will play from 1-4 p.m. in the Crystal Ballroom, Bilmar Beach Resort, Treasure Island. Doors open 11:30 a.m. for membership meeting; 12 noon for concert. Admission is $10 members, $15 guests, students and active military free with I.D. Call 727-596-7142. On Thursday, January 24th, Bobby Tess and the Dixie Chaps will play from 7-9:30 p.m. in the ballroom, Bilmar Beach Resort, Treasure Island. Admission is $7, students and active military free with I.D. Call 727-522-6877 Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor Class Interested in becoming a lifeguard or water safety instructor? City of St. Petersburg Aquatics Division offers training classes for both. Lifeguard training classes are open to anyone 15 years, by the time class concludes or older. Classes begin January 12 20 at North Shore Aquatic Center, 901 North Shore Dr. NE. and April 8 25. at Lake Vista Pool, 1450 60th Avenue S. Sign up lifeguard. Water safety instructor classes are offered to individuals 16 years or older. Sign up now to learn and test begin February 1 February 16 at North Shore Aquatic Center, 901 North Shore Dr. NE. and April 23 May 11 at Lake Vista Pool, 1450 60th Avenue S. For more information visit www.stpeteparksrec.org/lifeguardtraining.html or call 893-7727. Bridge Club has Relocated The St. Petersburg Bridge Club will move to a new locaton at Mainlands Plaza, 9103 U.S. 19 N., Pinellas Park, on Jan. 1. The new space will provide more than 6,000 square feet of playing rooms and classrooms with adjacent parking. The facility will provide a new venue for the more than 500 members throughout the Tampa Bay area. The club offers more than 20 bridge games and classes each week plus a number of regional and state championship games throughout the year. For information on games or lessons, call 727-363-1136. SoClassic Car Show Seeks Volunteers The So Classic Car Show is coming on February 2nd. Come out and Explorers and Gulfport Teen Council. They have spots for gate attendance and VIP tent workers. Contact Phil Reed at JSRTraining@aol.com or call 727-327-3509. Get involved today!
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16 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Senior Excursions in St. Pete Beach The St. Pete Beach Community Center will be hosting Senior Excursions every Friday starting January 11th. The excursions are a great way for local seniors to travel with their friends. The trips will continue through March 29th. They have trips planned to Ybor City, The Florida State Fair, The Florida Aquarium, Hard Rock Casino and more. All excursions will depart from the St. Pete Beach Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Dr. at 9 a.m. and returning by 4 p.m. All participants must preregister by the Wednesday prior to the excursion. Each trip is $12 for residents and $15 for non-residents of St. Pete Beach. For a full list of dates and trips visit www.spbrec. com or call the Community Center at 727-363-9245.Tai Chi Classes Offered in St. Pete Beach The St. Pete Beach Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Dr, now offers Tai Chi classes. Experience Chi and treat your whole body to a gentle and relaxing workout. Classes are held every Monday night from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and the cost is only $6 per class. Beginners and advanced students are welcome. Join anytime. For more information visit www. spbrec.com or call 727-363-9245.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 17 Azalea Fresh Market Opens They are happy to announce the Azalea Fresh Market opening at their new location. A new community fresh market will be open every Saturday. This market will support their local community by supplying fresh produce, food and drinks, entertainment, local artists, neighborhood businesses and more. The fresh market is located in the Tyrone area (Science Center), 7701 22nd Avenue N. in west St. Petersburg and will be held Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come join them for a fun day for the whole family and make the Azalea Fresh Market your one stop shopping experience! 43rd Street Seniors Club to Meet The 43rd Street Senior Citizens Club meets the third Friday of each month at 12 noon at Christ Lutheran Church, 3451 30th Avenue N. in St. Petersburg, September through May. Bring a covered dish and $1 donation. Public is welcome for fun and games. Call Mary Ann at 727-595-8648. Investment Group Friendly Investment Discussion group meets every Wednesday at the Gulfport Senior Center at 10 a.m. You must be a registered member to join. Stop by the Center at 5501 27th Ave. S.
18 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 This Weeks Solution Pinellas Democratic Club to Meet The January 10 meeting of the Greater Pinellas Democratic Club will feature Rob Lorei, host of WEDUs weekly television show, Florida This Week. This popular show features a panel of local political experts who discuss diverse and timely events. And as WMNF Radios News and Public Affairs Director, Mr. Lorei has a very popular (call-in) talk show, and an hour of Last Call on Monday evenings. Time allowing, he will take questions, encourage discussion. The meeting, which will be held at Banquet Masters, 8100 Park Blvd, Pinellas Park, will start with cocktails (cash bar) and social time at 6 p.m., followed by a buffet dinner at 6:30 ($15, reservations please) followed by Mr. Loreis presentation. Call Betty Morganstein at 727360-3971. Displa y Ad ve r tising? Call Gina at321-6965Deadline T ues 5pmtheG a b b e r
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 19 The Gabs Why do you come to Gulfport Beach instead of another local beach?Bob Robert Clinkard, Gulfport: Because the prices have gone up. We used to live on St. Pete Beach and it was $15. Then we moved over here it went from $50 to $75 to $120. [to buy an annual parking permit] Jordan Dolger, Stanford, Connecticut: We rented a place up on 56th and its our last day here. Its nice down here when it doesnt get so windy. Marie-Laure Dolger, Stanford, Connecticut: We know we can walk here, which is nice. Janet Simpsma, Gulfport: Convenience. Grand Opening Under New Management SpecialFor A Limited Ti me only Monday Friday ALL Double Load Machines 7 am 7 pm $1.00 7 pm 7 am $1.25 All W eekend Long $1.50 1611 58th Street South / Gulfport, FL 33707 OPEN 24-7 Next to Gulfport Mini Mart All New MachinesBEST Prices in T ownY our Neighborhood Laundromat
20 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Religious Services, Classes & Events Call 321-6965 for more information on placing your ad in this special sectionPlaces ofCare Givers Support Groups health concerns of another adult? Do you sometimes feel a need for a listening ear of another person who has empathy for your situation? If so, we invite you to visit one of our Care Givers Support Groups at Pasadena Community Church. Meetings are held on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and on Wednesday mornings from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the Life Enrichment Center at 227 70 Street S. Both groups are open to the public for those attending to share with others who are in like situations their experiences, joys and concerns of care giving. The person may be a relative or just a good friend. It is not necessary that the individual reside in the same house with you or even the same state. Call Pam Lanning at 347-2809 or Barbara Posey at 381-2499, ext. 214.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 21 WorshipPatty Waszak Musical Variety Show To help the Pass-a-Grille Beach Community Church/UCC on 16th Avenue in St. Pete Beach start anniversary in 2013, the Womens Fellowship invites you to the Patty Waszak musical variety show. This show will be held on January 12 from 7-9 p.m. Patty is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, comedienne, dancer, recording artist, professional motivational speaker and an allaround entertainer. Her smooth vocal style and versatility on over 30 musical instruments along with a great personality have proven to be the ingredients for a very successful career. She produces her own live stage show, a high energy, heartwarming, musical variety show which has pleased audiences of all all ages and nationalities all across America. Cupcakes will be served during intermission and there will be a free-will offering.
22 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Open House Treasure Island Art Guild is hosting an Open House at its regular monthly meeting, Saturday, January 12 at 1 p.m. at Treasure Island City Hall. The program is designed to introduce interested persons to a typical meeting of the Guild. The meeting will showcase a presentation by photographer Joe Martin who will demonstrate his techniques for enhancing his photography. The meeting will also include the presentation of awards for this month's exhibit. The meeting is free and open to the public. For more information visit www.TreasureIslandArtGuild.org.Art ClassesBy Fred Wilder The Art Guild is starting art classes Monday, February 4. Basic drawing will be from 9:30-11:30 a.m. and basic watercolor from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Cost for each is $30 for six weeks or $6 per class if paid weekly. They will be held in The Treasure Island City Hall Auditorium, 120 108th Avenue. To sign up for classes and for supplies needed call Fred at 360-8390. v eriMED HealthGroup P asadenaPl ea se R SV P to Na ta sh a at 7273456337 if yo u pl an t o a tte nd an y or a ll se mi na rs Email your r equest to News@theGabber .com Ha ve you got a question f or your city gove rnment? By Cathy SalustriCity of Gulfport: Council Endorsements Q: a Gulfport councilperson endorse a candidate for another Gulfport council seat? A: After much discussion between City Attorney Andy Salzman and City Clerk Lesley DeMuth, City Manager Jim OReilly told us that the individual endorsing a candidate but that a city councilmember is not allowed to endorse a candidate on behalf of the city or the council. This means that councilmembers may support candidates but cannot say the council or the city supports a certain candidate.
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24 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 SPCREA to Meet The South Pinellas Retired Educators Association (SPCREA) meets at 11 a.m. the second Thursday of each month from October through May. Meetings are open to all who including teachers, support personnel and administrators, whether here in Florida or elsewhere. The meeting is not used for business. They have an event from the hospitality committee, a song, a thought for the day and some important announcements such as information about future meetings, conferences, help needed or recognition of birthdays. After hearing from their speaker, various chairpersons share information. At each meeting they have the opportunity to help a local charity, carefully chosen by the project cheer committee. Their featured agency for January will be CASA, which needs clothing, linens, personal care and especially blankets and quilts for children. The meeting generally ends by 1 p.m. The January 10th meeting will take place at Harold Seltzers Steakhouse, 3500 Tyrone Blvd. N., St. Petersburg. Jeff Hearn, famous culinary chef will present what and how to prepare foods to entice. His presentation is entitled: Eat Poor, Drink Rich. Jeff has been spotlighted in the Tampa Bay Times. Come join them! For more information contact Joyce Walters at 727-526-5065 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn How to Handle Emergencies Boating is intended to be challenging, but fun. Inevitably, no matter how careful the skipper and crew, emergencies will happen. Each boater must be prepared to protect the people and equipment involved should an emergency arise. The St Petersburg Sail and Power Squadron is presenting a two hour seminar, Emergencies on Board on Wednesday, January 16th from 7-9 p.m. to acquaint boaters with the actions necessary to cope with the to anyone 12 or older, it deals with both preparing for and managing emergencies like: accident prevention, emergency calls and signals, running power, medical conditions, steering failure and getting lost. Gather your crew to build your prevention and response team. Class will be held at St. Petersburg Sailing Center, 250 Second Avenue SE, Demens Landing, St. Petersburg. Instruction is free, materials cost $30 per family. Maximum of 20 students. Pre-registration required. Register on-line at www.boating-stpete.org. City Calendars Available The Gulfport Historical Societys 2013 calendars are available at the Gulfport Area Chamber of Commerce and Fri. 9-12, and at the Historical Society Museum. The museum is open M-F 2-4, and Sat. 10-12. They remain the best buy in town at only $5 and contain the best pictures of our Citys history.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 25 Legion Supports Newton CT VictimsAfter the tragic shoting in Newton CT., the local 16th District American Legion family wanted to show their support and synpathy for the Newton community. Cards were signed by Legion, Auxillary and SAL members. The cards were sent to the American Legion Post in Newton Coneticut. Play Vintage Trivial Pursuit The Bocce Club has offered to host Vintage Trivial Pursuit to be played on Friday, February 1st in the clubhouse auditorium at 7:15 p.m. Teams of 8-9 people will compete with other teams. No one will have to answer a question alone. Teams can be made within a building or groups of friends can make up a team. They need to limit the number of teams to 10. However, one can always be in the audience to watch and enjoy the fun. All residents, owners and renters, are invited to participate. This is a BYOB party. Along with setups for drinks, a dessert buffet and coffee will be served at some point in the evening. A nominal fee of $5 will cover costs for the evening. Tickets board members. A list of board names is posted at the bocce courts. Please contact the above names to get a table for your team. You will need 6 or more team members to reserve a team table. 1-4 individuals will be placed on a team. If you wish a $5 audience ticket(s) they also are available from board information, call any Bocce Board member. Winter Black Cat Special Save $10 at the SPOT spay and neuter clinic on solid black cats in January. SPOTs mission is to help every pet have a home and reduce the number of unwanted pets ending up in the shelter. By spaying and neutering your pets, this breaks the cycle of accidental litters and unwanted behaviors, the bonus is live up to six years longer. Black cat special: male cat neuters $25 and female cat spays $35. The blanket, reserve your appointment at 727-329-8657. For more information visit www.SPOTusa.org. SPOT is serving the Tampa Bay area centrally located at 4403 62nd Avenue in Pinellas Park.
26 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 USCG Safe Boating Program U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 78 has a 13-week continuous Safe Boating program every Tuesday, 7 p.m., Warren Webster Community Center, 1500 Pass-a-Grille Way, St. Pete Beach (1 mile south of Don CeSar) Start at your convenience. First day, come at 6:30 p.m. to register. Begin Januarys program includes: Waterway Watch/Trailering Your Boat Jan. 15, Handling Your Boat Jan. 22, and Your Highway Signs Jan 29. Cost is $40 for 13 weeks and includes new 400-pages of materials. Call Jim at 360-4846.An Evening with the Artists Value Fair Market invites you to an Evening with the Artists of The Marketplace on Thursday, January 24th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at 3951 34th Street S. in St. Petersburg. Event features the artworks of Brenda Knoll Budd, Creative Clay, Hanh Kien, Jackie Gorissen, John Silva, Julio Navarro and Lenne NicklausBall. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to Julie.Johnson@ valuefairmarket.com. Reading Paws with Maya Join Miss Bobbie and Maya, the reading assistance dog, the second Thursday of each month from 3:304:30 p.m. at the Gulfport Public Library, located at 5501 28th Avenue S. Did you know that reading to an animal can improve your childs reading and communication skills? Maya would love to hear a great story from you! Contact Cailey, the Youth Services Librarian, at cklasson@mygulfport. us or 727-893-1134.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 27 Excerpts heard at the January 8, 2013Gulfport City Council MeetingPublic Comment & Council QuotesI have an RV outside but Ill move it right after the meeting. Stan Kreuter, joking with the council before the meeting. RV is sues and allowances have occupied the council sporadically for several years. Stan, are you living in it? Vice Mayor Sam Henderson, joking with Mr. Kreuter. Im waiting for the other shoe to drop. Stan Kreuter, about Scout Hall, who said he expected follow-up about the Human Rights Ordinance as it relates to the Boy Scouts. I was the only person represent ing or being from Gulfport, and as they compared their language to other language within the State of Florida... the one thing that they kept coming back to was, Well, what does Gulfport do?... I spoke to the Commission and actually presented my regis try card... theyre also looking at making it a separate database, searchable by public... I say this to remind you that while we may be a very small city in this county, the things that we do, the things we say, are looked at by others. Jan Lowe, about the Pinellas County Domestic Partner ship Registry I just wanted I guess mainly to ask the mayor if anything was happening... we have a citizen John Grier who had some paint ings he wanted to present. Has anything happened with that? Beverly Newcomb. The mayor said things were happening and that he had talked to the city manager about the matter. If theres anyone who has any issues, please contact Mr. Sopak and well address them. City Manager Jim OReilly, about the paving project on 59th Street South. Were you able to point him to other agencies since thats outside our jurisdiction? Vice Mayor Sam Henderson, about a man who spoke at the last meet ing wishing to establish a force of the schools to protect students. The court has made the deter mination, in that particular ordinance, that it wasnt con stitutional... in an effort to try and resolve this matter, we have potentially some language that I would recommend to council to amend the ordinance. Essen tially what it does is designate smoking areas. City Attorney Andy Salzman, about the smoking ban on the beach and a similar case in Sarasota. The attorney will bring revised language for the ordinance to council. If people are following the rules, its still a great opportuni Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon, at Wood Ibis park. You should consider yourself elected. City Attorney Andy Salzman, to Councilwoman Barbara tion about incoming council mem bers who had not yet been sworn to follow Government in the Sun shine laws. He did say that outgo ing council members could talk to incoming ones as they would not sit on the same board together. Nobodys ever been turned away for giving a portion of their address. City Clerk Lesley DeMuth, when Councilwoman Jen nifer Salmon asked if people had to give their name and addresses when speaking before the council. The city clerk explained that, in ad dition using addresses to establish residency and allowing for a way to city staff to get back to the resident with answers to their concerns, the names for the minutes. She said that since the city does not require speakers to complete cards, this is to get correct names for the public record. You could always use e-mail and not give your real name and address. Councilman Dan Liedtke, in response to Council woman Salmons comments about whether or not people have to give their full address when addressing council. I would love to see our city get behind that. Councilwoman Jennifer Salmon, about the Teen Councils suggestion that the city look at a texting while driving ban. I dont see it as time well spent at this time, but if everybody else is willing to discuss it [I will]. Councilman Dan Liedtke, when asked if he would support city coun cils discussion of an assault weapon ban. Councilwoman Barbara Banno said she would discuss it as long as its prioritized. Both Vice Mayor Sam Henderson and Mayor Mike Yakes said they would be willing to discuss it. City clerk decorated her of did. Vice Mayor Sam Henderson, about looking at city decorations. This elicited a loud guffaw from the usually silent City Manager Jim OReilly. The vice mayor asked later that the Gabber not make it sound like Im calling Lesley my mom.
28 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Stetson to offer Information Sessions Stetson University College of Law is hosting part-time law school information sessions in January, February and March for prospective law students who wish to learn more about the admissions process. Stetson enrolls new students annually in the fall. Prospective fulltime law students are also welcome to attend. Those interested in attending should RSVP for one of the sessions: Law Center campus Gulfport campus All programs will start at 6:30 p.m. Registration begins at 6 p.m. To RSVP and for more information and directions to Stetsons Tampa Law Center or Gulfport campus, visit http://www. law.stetson.edu/parttime or e-mail email@example.com.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 29 Excerpts heard at the January 8, 2013 St. Pete Beach City Commission MeetingPublic Comment & Council QuotesYou promoted me! Deputy Dave Mancusi, when Pinellas County Sheriffs They gotta get em some shorts A man in the audience, as the Pinellas County Sheriffs Deputies introduction to the commission left the front of council chambers. I dont know if anybody called for them, but they were pretty quick. Bob handling of a loud disagreement in his neighborhood that he felt could have escalated. They didnt realize you could have handled it yourself. Mayor Steve This is how we treat our people, and now theyre part of our people. Tom DeYampert, about the signs donated honoring St. Pete Beach Police and how he felt the PCSO could see the way the community treated others I mean, you would have thought we were having a baby out there. Mayor Steve McFarlin, about the home moved to a new lot in Pass-A-Grille How much time should we allot for that? Vice Mayor Marvin Shavlan, when Commissioner Bev Garnett said she would be making a farewell speech Im really excited about Hotel Zamora! Vice Mayor Marvin Shavlan, who also reminded Community Development Director George Kinney that the new owners promised to clean up the property by the next hearing Nobody reads the stuff we put in the papers, the back of Paradise News. I mean, come on, lets be practical. Steve Phalor, about city notices for development Hotel Zamora Will Rise AgainST. PETE BEACH After years of indecision, the abandoned white behemoth on the corner of 37th and Gulf Boulevard will soon be home to a new boutique hotel. On December 20, the Hotel Zamora came out of foreclosure and the new owners, SPB Acquisitions, received approval Tuesday night to create 50 hotel rooms on the property. The commission approved 36 hotel rooms several years ago; this represents the maximum number of rooms a hotel in the Bayou Residential District can have. This leaves 275 more hotel rooms up for grabs by developers in Bayou Residential, the Activity Center, Town Center Core, and Coquina West. This does not include existing lodging, according to Community Development Director George Kinney said. If the Hotel Zamora doesnt create all 50 rooms, the rooms they rooms they do not create go back into the pool of rooms available. It appears, Vice Mayor Marvin Shavlan said in an e-mail, that that can take this property to completion. Tuesday night the city commission voted to allow 50 units of tourist lodging, or hotel rooms, at the site. This has been a distressed asset. The now-property owner had to pull it out of bankruptcy, Marilyn Healy, the attorney representing Hotel Zamora and its parent company, SPB Acquisitions, said. We have the money, we want to get started, and your staff has been great to work with She did tell the commission the company would need what she considered minor variances that would come before coming before the commission in the coming weeks.
30 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 By Holiday Mathis transit through Capricorn will offer roller coaster action, but its more of a kiddie coaster than a Tower of Terror. Mercury, Venus, Saturn and Pluto make sure to keep the game interesting, setting up potentially exciting arrangements and issuing challenges worthy of their own situation comedy. Mercury provides the laugh track when it enters Aquarius on Friday. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Youre still charged up by the sun, Mercury and Venus in your sign. When the sun leaves your realm on Saturday, youll get the wonderful satisfaction that comes from looking at your past work with the perspective of time on your side and determining, objectively, that its good -really good. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). The week gets better as it progresses. Youre coming into your own now, and when the sun reaches your part of the sky on Saturday, youll be fully in your zone. Go carefully with kind to let it go to your head, but its nice to have down-to-earth friends around as a reminder. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your emotional reactions might be a little over the top this week as your already impressive powers of empathy get activated to the max. So commercials or cheering loudly for Honey Boo Boo, chalk it up to your ability to relate to almost anyone. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Youre as spontaneous as a volcano, but luckily one that spouts good ideas and love. Some will still jump back, surprised by your actions because they dont understand your motives. Being on the inside, you know that everything you do happens in a natural progression. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). People want to meet with you, which could be a waste of your time. Some meetings only accomplish half of what they set out to do, but thats better than the many meetings that accomplish absolutely nothing. Youll be successful when you make a list of what you can accomplish on your own and tackle it line by line. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Its not always easy to mount a solid shield of spiritual protection against the mental and emotional projections of your peers, especially when those projections are positive. But try anyhow. Its important to stay independent of the good opinion of others. Ultimately, youll be happier if you are purpose-driven instead. CANCER (June 22-July 22). If you feel like youre not getting the recognition you should be getting, this week. You will get your time. Theres absolutely nothing wrong orchestra wouldnt sound right LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). One way to keep from getting stressed out is to go for simplistic, achievable results. Keeping it simple in many cases this week will involve telling the truth. Oh what a tangled web we weave, said the Scottish author Sir Walter Scott, born under your sun sign. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your earthy characteristics include emotional stability, practicality and such a healthy respect for the tangible that you sometimes doubt intangible things really exist. You may question unseen forces such as love and spirit, but youll be quite relieved to witness the evidence that comes your way on Wednesday. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). As your guiding planet Venus tersely angles Uranus, you may be inspired to push your luck. If you dont go for the gusto, how are you ever going to make yours an epic story? Then again, its hard to predict how people will react to grand gestures. Be willing to accept the consequences whichever way they pan out. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Youll love -really love -what you have. Dont think this in any way limits you to having this same thing forever. If anything, youll be given more bounty because the universe delights in your appreciation. Inspiration comes with the dreamy Pisces moon on Tuesday and Wednesday. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Youll meet with some resistance to your plans. Consider your options. Sometimes its better to retreat than to push through. In fact, a swift retreat could be one of the more powerful tools in your arsenal. It shows that you really only want whats good for you and everyone involved. This Week's Birthdays: Youve put in quite a lot of work, and its about time that you graduated from your apprenticeship and stepped into more of a leadership position. For the next 10 weeks, will turn up the intensity on your personal life. Afterward, youll be happy for a mellower experience of love. February shows you trading up or making a big purchase. New passions come into your professional you in April. Music at Gulfport Beach Pavilion #6Monday, 1-3 p.m. Karaoke by Jay & Lolita alternating with Arlene & LenTuesday, 1-3 p.m. Mark Blackwood Harmonica/Open Mic Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m. Karaoke by Harold & Donna Wurtz Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m. Karaoke by Dave and Cookie Friday, 2-4:00 p.m. Entertainment by Geno Saturday Open Sunday, 1-3:00 p.m. Entertainment for dancing by Woody & his accordion
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 31 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDA Y FRIDA YS A TURDA Y SUNDA Y MONDA Y TUESDA Y WEDNESDA Y Lunch Served 11am-3pm Euchre 1pm Bingo 6pm Kitchen Open for Bingo Lunch 11-3 Ron's Karaoke 7pm No Lunch Served Breakfast 8:30-11am Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Kitchen Open 11-2pm Dinner 4:30-6:30pm Southern Knights Band 7-11pm Lunch Served 11am-3pm Rons Karaoke 7pm THURSDA Y FRIDA YS A TURDA Y SUNDA Y MONDA Y TUESDA Y WEDNESDA Y Bar Bingo 7pm Food Served Fish & Chicken 6-8pm Les on Guitar 6:30-9:30pm Steak Dinner 6-8pm Lee Jay Nelson 6:30-9:30pm Sports & Pizza 12-6pm Bucky Burgers 5-8pm Dee Karaoke 6:30-9:30pm Post Membership Mtg.-6pm Please attend-your input is valuable Accordion Club Dinner 6-8pm Baringo 7pm Karaoke 9pm-12am Check with the Post for any upcoming events email firstname.lastname@example.org www.post305.org We invite Auxiliary members to attend our meetings the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. We welcome your ideas. Dinners are now served 4-30-6:30 Friday and Saturday. Hours Sunday-Friday 12pm, Saturday 11am til. Electronic bar games everyday. Fish fry last Friday of the month 5-7pm. Were always looking for new members to join our family $30 yearly or $250 Lifetime. Gil Davis 1st VC
32 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 DAV ID R. MENDO ZA D .M.D .Pr ev e ntiv e and Cos metic Dentist ry Den tistr y f or t he en tire F am il y321-5346 GULFPOR TPROFESSIONAL BUILDINGConv eniently located across from Sav eALo t5026 5028 GULFPOR T BL VDDEDICA TED T O THE HEAL TH OF Y OUR FA MIL Y.NE W PA TI EN TS WE LC OM E!We N ow Accept : MetLi fe Delta Dental, Aer micus Li fe Guardian, Aetna, Asurant PPO, AARP & Medicare/Unite d Health Care, Liber ty and Dentema x GULFPOR T PR OFESSIONA L BLDG.51st STREETGULFP OR T BL VD SA VE A LO T Monday We dnesda y 8:30 5:00Thursday 8:30 1:00 Kickboxing class Starting in February This new class at Gulfport Recreation Center starts Thursday, February 7th. Class is from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the gameroom. The fees are $40 a month or $10 per drop in class. Please contact Bonita at 941243-7740 or email@example.com for free so there is no excuse not to try Hawaiian Dance Learn Hawaiian Dance from Kalina at Gulfport Recreation center. There will be a 5-week session on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to noon starting January 30th and ending February 28th. The cost is $40 for the session or $10 per drop in class. Please contact Kalina at 727251-0424 for more information. Tech Classes Full The Smart Phone, Ipad and Android Tablet classes are full for January at the Gulfport Senior Center. Please stay tuned for additional classes at a later date. To get on the next class list contact Gail at 727-893-2237. You must be a registered Senior Center member to join. Town Shores Red Hatters Happy New Year and welcome back to all those just arriving in Gulfport. Friday, January 11th Bunco will be played in the clubhouse lounge at 1 p.m. Please bring your $2. They are cruising January 19th to January23rd. They have a bus to pick all up and deliver at your buildings. Price is $16 round trip. Money for bus needs to be paid to Judy Zielinski by January 8th. For info call Judy at 344-7558. On Sunday, January 27 their group will enjoy the play, Nine to Five, at the St. Pete City Theater. Cost is $19 and needs to be paid to Bev at 381-2122 or Judy at 344-7558. Call Bev for more info if needed. Deadline to pay is Jan.11th. If you are new to Town Shores, call Julie at 343-6587 or Judy for information.Guild to hold Luncheon with Card Party The Womens Guild of Our Savior Lutheran Church will hold its annual Mini-Luncheon with card party and other games on January 24 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. It will be held in the Wegner Hall of Our Savior, located at 301 58th Street S. in St. Petersburg. The cost is $6 per ticket. For more information contact Ruth Summers at firstname.lastname@example.org. HAIR with Diane
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 33 Hello, 40Turning 40 didnt get to me. Not really. It was more that, as if on some unseen cue, my body started to turn against me. Im not incredibly hung up on age. I dont care if you ask how old I am or how much I weigh. I dont see the point in lying about your age, or, at least, lying to make myself younger. I see it this way: if I tell people Im 30 when Im really 40, they walk away thinking, man, she looks horrible for 30 but if I say Im 50, they (hopefully) walk away saying, wow, she looks good for 50! Nevertheless, 40 has, thus far, been weird. You see, it started with me pretty much going blind. At least, in my mind I was. Glaucoma runs in my family. My mom got her diagnosis when she was 37, by which time her eyes had already been rather damaged. Her mother had it, as did, were fairly certain, her mom before her. So when my local eye doctor told me last year that I had higher-than-normal eye pressure readings and might, given my spectacular family history, want to see a specialist, I promptly thanked him, took the referral, and tucked it in my to-do folder. For about a year. Smart, right? Of course, right about the day I turned 40, I noticed my eyes hurt when I used them to read. Or watch TV. Or use the computer. I found myself holding the Gabber at a distance and wondering when we switched to a smaller typeface. that werent really there (at least, I hope they werent). For someone who has a father who believes he suffers from every malady save hypochondria, this was not an advanced glaucoma, eye cancer, and maybe a detached retina or two. When I brought this up while my parents and I were celebrating my birthday, my mom wanted to know why I hadnt made an appointment sooner. Because, I told her, I remember her putting drops in her eyes and not being able to read or drive afterwards. How would I work if I couldnt write articles or drive to interview people? She asked me how I intended to do any of those things if I went blind. Game, set and match, madam. I made the appointment. Turns out I have something that sounds like Presbyterianism. Im pretty sure thats not the right name, but I didnt quite catch it when he told me and cant bring myself to have my hearing checked right now, too. I do know this much: it basically means I need glasses because, as the eye doc gently put it, my eyes are aging. The solution? Progressive lenses, a fancy word for bifocals, even though the glasses guy tried valiantly to convince me they werent. Hes right. Theyre so much worse. Instead of two types of vision, these seem to have about a zillion. Instead of having to squint when I read, I now stumble around like a drunk. And apparently theyre only for reading close up, a fact that really could have helped me out that the bottom part to read which made driving just a darn pleasure when later that day. So, to be clear, I went from 20/15 vision to bifocals. Yup, hello 40. My bodys no longer building bone mass, my lower back reminds me regularly I havent been to the gym nearly enough, and I weigh a good 35 pounds more than I did when I graduated high school. Ive started to walk into rooms and forget why Im there, and more than once Ive turned to the person next to me, started a sentence, and realized I have no clue what I was going to say. If 40 is the new 30, I pity the 50-year-olds. And yet... there are worse things. Not living to turn 40, for example. I turned 40 the day that waste of a human life walked into Sandy Hook Elementary and killed those kids. On my birthday I found out that someone I love went into rehab. Last week, we drove past a car abandoned by a 23-year-old jumper on the Skyway. So turning 40 isnt that bad. As Ive seen, it beats the alternatives. So Im older than I was. Big deal. Age, the saying goes, is just a number. Of course, its one I cant see without my bifocals. Contact Cathy Salustri at CathySalustri@theGabber.com. preferably using large type (7 27 ) 32 169 65 fa x 32 778 30Y our Community P aper Every ursday since 19681419 49th Street South, Gulfport
34 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Dr Loren J MillerP odiatric Ph ysician & Sur geon 4167 5th Avenue North St. P etersburg321-3100 Medicar e Assignment Accepted5415 P ark St. No. Ste. C St. P etersburg544-5425Dr Loren J Miller*Dr Julian R. Menendez*Boar d Certified in Foot Surg ery. *Diplomate American Boar d of *Podiatric Sur gery *Diabetic foot car e & wounds Good Company, Good Food, Good Times Pictured L: Rosalie, Briana, and Brian Student; R: Dave, Nancy, and Alex Student Brian Student takes a break from his job with the United States Air Force at Pias in Gulfport. Brians parents, Dave and Nancy, often bring their visiting guests to the restaurants along Beach Blvd. Polish American Society The Polish American Society, 1343 Beach Drive SE (next to Coast Guard commissary) will hold their next dance on January 13th. Doors open at 1 p.m.; bar is open at 1:30 p.m. Chef Ethel is in the kitchen and will serve meat balls and noodles, fresh from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Dancing is from 3-6 p.m. and costs $5 for members and $7 for guests. Please RSVP for dinner. Bring family and friends and support Polish heritage. You will meet all nationalities. For more information call Bev at 727-526-6835 or visit www. polishamericansociety.org. MOAA Installation Banquet meets for lunch on the third Friday of each month. In January, there will be an Installation Banquet. The banquet will be held on Saturday, January 19th at Hilton Hotel Bayfront, 333 First Street S. in St. Petersburg. Social hour starts at 5:45 p.m. followed by dinner and or widows are invited to attend. For reservations call CDR Bill Bolin at 584-1595. Sunday Market in St. Pete Beach Best produce in St. Pete Beach is at the Sunday Market held at the Suntan Art Center, 3300 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach. Held every Sunday, all year around from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. next to the famed Don CeSar Hotel. The market includes fresh farm produce, food, music, art, featured artists in the Suntan Art Gallery. Vendors and artists may contact the Suntan Art Center for more information at 727-367-3818 or www.suntanart.org.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 35 New Sheriff in TownBy Cathy Salustri Pinellas County Sheriffs Deputies now patrol St. Pete Beach. The Sheriff offered every police ofcer a position with his organization; many ofcers accepted. Tuesday night the supervisors, Community Police Deputy Dave Mancusi, and one on-duty ofcer (Deputy Mark Wilder) met the commission. From left to right, they are: Lieutenant Joseph Gerretz, Deputy David Mancusi (Community Policing Deputy), Sergeant Ryan Buckley, Sergeant Donald Mast, Sergeant Kenneth Kanoski, Sergeant Paul Rogers, Sergeant Deanna Carey and Deputy Mark Wilder From 1957 until last Sunday morning, St. Pete Beach had its own police department separate from the county. That changed at 7 a.m. Sunday, when, following the will of the voting majority, the city shuttered its police police city streets. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri offered every St. Pete Beach police Steve McFarlin, who publicly stressed again and again he respected the city advancement with the Sheriff. He told the commission Tuesday evening he In the coming weeks, the PCSO and the Gabber will tell residents and businesses about some of the programs now available to beach residents, including a lost pet service and alarm registration. Pass-A-Grille Church to Present Concert The congregation of the Pass-AGrille Beach Community Church invites the community to attend a performance of show, popular and inspirational music performed by Disney organist Rob Richards and renowned pianist Alex Zsolt. The performances will be held at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, January 19th. Rob Richards has achieved worldwide fame as a concert and recording artist and is the House Organist at Disneys historic El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, CA. Rob was named 2005 Organist of the Year by the American Theatre Organ Society. He frequently serves as a tonal consultant during the development of pipe, digital and combination instruments. Alex Zsolt has a passion for music presentation that appeals to people every inch of the room. Alex has released several CDs, many of which are in collaboration with renowned composer and arranger David Clydesdale. He is in partnership with World Vision International, an organization dedicated to child sponsorship. Alex has found sponsorships for over 300 children. Tickets are $15 and may be Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or on line, www.pagchurch.org. click on event tickets. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. For more information on this and other church activities, please call Garden Club of St. Petersburg Events The Garden Club of St. Petersburg is located at 500 Sunset Drive S. in St. Petersburg. On January 31st they have a card and game party at 11:30 a.m. Bring your cards and/or game boards. New this year will be activities on the patio. Donation of $12, checks payable to GCSP, reservations to Liz Coerver by Monday, January 20th, 2634 66 Terrace S., St. Petersburg, FL 33712
36 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Banning the Smoking BanBy Cathy Salustri When a court decided Sarasotas beach smoking ban didnt hold water, the implications reached across the bay to Gulfport. The city drafted its beach smoking ban which also bans smoking in childrens play areas around the language in the Sarasota County law. Sarasota Judge Maryann Boehm ruled last month that only the Florida legislature, not cities and counties, could ban smoking in public places. This ruling supports St. Petersburg attorney Andy Stricklands assertions that Gulfport had no right to ban smoking on its beaches or other public areas. Mr. Strickland, supported by incoming Councilman Michael Fridovich and others, held smoke-ins on Gulfport beach and, when ticketed for smoking, took the city to court. In light of the December ruling in Sarasota, Gulfport City Attorney Andy Salzman says the city will change the rules. Weve agreed to amend the ordinance to avoid continued litigation, City Attorney Salzman says. Pending approval of an upcoming ordinance, the city will no longer ban smoking on the beach and will revert to designated Were creating a smoking area that gives visual access, he explains of the designated smoking areas. Lets say you want to watch the ballgame, you want to be able to smoke, so were creating a smoking area that gives visual access to the game. Gulfport, he explains, always allowed smoking in certain areas only around that the city will now take care to make sure the smoking areas allow people to see the game or supervise their children. Mr. Salzman says this will halt litigation against the city. The city has yet to decide how close to childrens play areas it will allow smoking. Mr. Fridovich, who will take the Ward Four seat on council come March, says he hesitates to talk about the issue because he wasnt sure about possible Im glad to see that the two sides were able to reach a mutual agreement, he told the Gabber. House Bill 143 would allow cities and counties, not the state, and counties to control smoking inside their borders. Salzman says. It died in committee both times. smoking ban this Tuesday night at the 7 p.m. council meeting. Police Chief Robert Vincent says the city will not currently ticket smoking violations. Incoming councilman Michael Fridovich participated in protests against the ban.Kenwood Presents Concert Artists When concert pianist Ray Luck and operatic soprano Colleen McGrath Lilley take the stage, concertgoers hear passionate performances of a sparkling array of music. The two musicians both with international performing experience will present a concert on Saturday, January 26th, at 7 p.m. It will be held at The Red Brick Church on the corner of 5th Ave. N. and 28th St. in St. Petersburg. Tickets ($15 adults; $8 under 18) are available at Craftsman House Gallery or by calling Dr. Stuart Pollack at 727-215-9720. The concert is being sponsored by the Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association, which calls itself Neighborhood of the Arts. Historical Museum Annual Fundraiser Please join them for an evening of exceptional entertainment as St. Pete City Theatre presents 5 the Musical. With music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, the show is about three working women living out their fantasy of getting even with, and their successful overthrow of, the companys autocratic, sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot boss. Enjoy their social hour with hors d oeurves and beer/wine starting at 7 p.m. Get your tickets now for the special Thursday, January 24th command performance at the theatre. Tickets are $25 and are available at the Museum Gift Shop, 115 10th Avenue, Pass-a-Grille, St. Pete Beach. 727-552-1610. Hours are Thursday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 1-4 p.m. Also available at Paradiso on 8th Ave in Pass-a-Grille and Nancy Markoe Gallery, 3112 Pass-a-Grille Way. the Museum. The Museum is totally managed by local volunteers and is of the Museum, an organization the acquisition, preservation and exhibition of the historic collection. Funding is obtained through its membership, donations and proceeds from the Gift Shop. Visit www. gulfbeachesmuseum.com.
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 37 Local ObituariesDEPAOLO, LEONARD, 76, of South Pasadena, died Jan. 5, 2013. Private services are planned. Online guestbook at davidcgross.com. David C. Gross Funeral Homes, 6366 Central Ave., 727-381-4911. HEFFERNAN, WILLIAM, 88, of Gulfport passed away Jan. 2, 2013. Survived by his loving wife Marie A. Heffernan. Funeral Mass Jan. 7, 2013 at 10 a.m. at Holy Name Catholic Church. brettfuneralhome.net. STUPLIN, JOAN G., 90, of Gulfport, passed peacefully on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013. She is survived by her husband, George to whom she was married for the past 65 years; also by her son, George R.; and daughters, Sylvia & Barbara; 3 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. She enjoyed gardening, music, and dancing, but mostly spending time with her family. Visitation will be Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013 from 6-8 p.m., followed by a memorial service. Funeral service Thursday, Jan.10th, 10 a.m. at Beach Memorial Chapel, 301 Corey Ave., St. Pete Beach. Email your r equest to News@theGabber .com Ha ve you got a question f or your city gove rnment? By Cathy SalustriCity of St. Pete Beach: Hens & Roosters Q: What are the city's laws about keeping hens and roosters? A: code of ordinances Chapter 14-1(b) supports his statement: It shall be unlawful for any person to keep any animal within the household pet as a dog, house cat, small bird or such other animal generally considered to be a domesticated pet.
38 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Try your hand at Sudoku The 40th Annual Art Festival Beth-El Art Festival Beth-El, Temple Bethwill celebrate its 40th Anniversary on Saturday, January 26th, Sunday, January 27th, and Monday, January 28th at 400 Pasadena Avenue S., St. Petersburg. Beginning in 1973 with only 20 artists, Art Festival Beth-El now showcases over 150 national and international awardwinning artists. This highly is well known as one of the premier shows in the Southeastern United States. Space has grown from one gallery to six galleries throughout the facility featuring original paintings, wood, sculpture, ceramics, glass, photography and jewelry. The Art Festival also offers a large selection of signed, framed, limited edition prints from Syd Entel Galleries of Safety Harbor. A large Outdoor Sculpture Garden will feature a variety of fun and unusual pieces for art and craft at moderate prices. A yearly tradition will continue, as Art Festival Beth-El will feature selected works by talented emerging artists from Pinellas Countys seventeen public and private high schools. The Art Festival will award scholarship money to the schools of the winning students. An elegant preview cocktail reception will be held on Saturday, January 26, from 7-10 p.m. with admission of $25 which can be purchased at the door. Art Festival Beth-El is free and open to the public on Sunday, January 27 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with light lunches and snacks available to purchase. The Avenue of the Shops, a one-day sale of fun art, jewelry and crafts, will be free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, January 28. A free, special event featuring local comic Matthew McGee will be performed at 11 a.m. A gourmet luncheon will be served on Monday at 12:30 p.m. with your $20 check necessary to make a reservation. Docents will be available during the weekend and will also offer a tour at 2 p.m. on Monday. Art Festival Beth-El continues to grow in popularity and now attracts over 8,000 people from Tampa Bay and the surrounding areas. Call the Temple at 727-347-6136 for more information. Learn about Mariners Compass Are you ready to expand your boating knowledge and skills? Mariners Compass, a two-hour class presented in one evening by the St. Petersburg Sail and Power Squadron is available to anyone 12 or older. This seminar explains how to select, install, calibrate and use a boat compass. You will learn which features are most important for you, how to deal with variation between true and magnetic north and how to adjust your compass to remove most of the deviation caused by local essential seminar for all boaters. Class will be held on Wednesday, January 23 from 7-9 p.m. at the St. Petersburg Sailing Center, 250 Second Ave. SE, Demens Landing, St. Petersburg. Instruction is free, materials cost $25 per family; maximum of 20 students. Preregistration required. Register on-line at www.boating-stpete.org.
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40 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Following are some of the calls that Gulfport Police responded to during the past week. Friday 12/28 Keep the Peace5900 Blk Pelican Bay Plaza Burglary Vehicle5000 Blk 25th Ave. S. Juvenile Trouble5300 Blk 13th Ave. S. Hit & RunShore & Beach Blvds. Domestic3000 Blk Clinton St. S. Shots Fired (Heard)1100 Blk Freemont St. S. Saturday 12/29 Burglary Vehicle4900 Blk 11th Ave. S. Animal Call5200 Blk 27th Ave. S. Domestic5300 Blk Newton Ave. S. Theft5000 Blk Gulfport Blvd. S. Juvenile Trouble51st St. & 18th Ave. S. Domestic800 Blk 53rd St. S. Sunday 12/30 Trespass5400 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Animal CallYork St. & 11th Ave. S. Noise2200 Blk 51st St. S. Domestic5200 Blk 13th Ave. S. Juvenile Trouble1800 Blk 55th St. S. Domestic5200 Blk 12th Ave. S. Monday 12/31 Vandalism2800 Blk 56th St. S. Civil Matter3100 Blk 56th St. S. Reckless Driver58th St. & Gulfport Blvd. S. Civil Matter3100 Blk 56th St. S. Vandalism1400 Blk 56th St. S. Domestic5700 Blk 17th Ave. S. Shots Fired (Heard)2000 Blk 52nd St. S. Noise1700 Blk 55th St. S. Person Under Inuence5400 Blk Shore Blvd. S. Tuesday 1/1 Disorderly Conduct3000 Blk 54th St. S. Person Under Inuence5900 Blk 11th Ave. S. Vandalism4900 Blk 11th Ave. S. Harassing Phone CallsLocation Withheld. Civil Matter6300 Blk 9th Ave. S. Animal Call5400 Blk Tangerine Ave. S. Civil Matter5100 Blk 17th Ave. S. Panhandler/Solicitor700 Blk Freemont St. S. Noise27th Ave. & 48th St. S. Noise4700 Blk 27th Ave. S. Disturbance5300 Blk 9th Ave. S. Noise3100 Blk 53rd St. S. Burglary900 Blk Freemont St. S. Noise5100 Blk 14th Ave. S. Wednesday 1/2 Neighbor Problem5000 Blk 9th Ave. S. Burglary Residence2700 Blk Beach Blvd. S. Neighbor Problem5400 Blk Dellett Ave. S. Civil Matter5800 Blk 26th Ave. S. Domestic5600 Blk 29th Ave. S. Thursday 1/3 Harassing Phone CallLocation Withheld. Disorderly Conduct1800 Blk 50th St. S. Animal Call28th Ave. & 58th St. S. Animal Call5600 Blk 46th St. S. Burglary Residence1000 Blk 55th St. S. Animal Call5700 Blk 26th Ave. S. Civil Matter4900 Blk 9th Ave. S. Domestic5100 Blk 14th Ave. S. Noise5700 Blk Tangerine Ave. S. I f Y ou H aven t T alke d T o U s A bo ut Yo ur l oca l agent kn ows your l oca l needs.Y our e Paying T oo Much I f Y o u H a v e n t T a l k e d T o U s A b ou t Yo ur loca la ge n t Y our e Payin g T oo MuchCONDO INSURANCE CONDO INSURANCE 5308 Gulfport Blvd. S. Located Next to State F email@example.com 727 Mi ke W hitman A gen t W e work w it h o ver 50 com pa ni es to get you the best r at es!
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Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 43 Lawn/Landscape EXPERT SPRINKLER REPAIR Rich Moseley, Irrigation Contractor. 25 Years Experience. Reasonable Rates. Well & Pumps. 439-0792. Lic.#C8312. BBB Accredited. LAWN & HAUL-Affordable Prices. Roof Cleaning, Mowing, Hedge/Tree Trimming, Brush Removal, Code Violation Clean-Ups, Debris Hauling. Dependable. Senior Discounts. Dave, 727-215-2229. LOCAL MAN AVAILABLE-for work In, Out and Around the House. Yard Clean-ups, Clean-outs. Call Jeff for Friendly Reliable Service 727-954-5720. Moving/Hauling DANS HAULING-727-341-1135. Full Service Clean-ups. Drop Off Trailers. Painting Plumbing BEACH CONST & PLUMBING SERVICES#C7128. Senior Discounts, All Plumbing Needs. No Overtime Charges. 40+ yrs. Experience. 727-421-4903. Bill Strickland. LINGOS PLUMBING RELIABLE-Repairs, Replacements, Fixtures. Sewers, Cleaning, Remodels, New Construction, Better Business Bureau Lic.#CFC1426040. 727-403-9523.SMALL JOB PLUMBINGSeniors Discounts, CFC1427888 Low Rates 727-522-2508. TOWN SHORES RESIDENT-Offers Airport Rides. Pick-up and Drop Off. Call Jerry 727459-4383. Donations. Business Opportunity BOOTH RENTAL AVAILABLEHair Stylist, Full/Part Time, $125 plus tax, 10% commission on product sales. Please call Ryan, 727826-0919 Help Wanted CAREGIVER F/T LIVE-IN-Over 55 for Frail Lady. Pet ok, Non Smoker. Private BR and Bath In Gulfport. 727-289-3893.VISITING ANGELSMature companions, homemakers, CNAs needed for elderly adults. Flexible schedule. Call Visiting Angels today. 727-822-3034. HOMEMAKER/COMPANIONGood Pay. Part Time on Call. References, Background Check and Car a Must! RENT-A-HAND. Lic# 5842. 347-3424. Automotive 1998 JEEP CHEROKEE-Driven Daily, Runs Good. A few minor problems. $2500. Call or Text 727-709-2774. 2000 FORD TAURUS LX-$2500. Excellent Condition. 97,864 miles 727-710-1844. Got a Car Y ou W anna SellThe Good, The Bad The Ugly Call No w727-265-0058 PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $4.50 per issue. Call 321-6965.REWARD $400MIN. $CASH NOW$For Junk or Used Cars Trucks Vans. Honest Same day service. Free Towing. 727-564-0831 or 727-458-3721. Home Improvement Lawn/Landscape Miscellaneous Service PLACE YOUR AD HERE Starting at $15 per issue. Call 727-321-6965.
44 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 Furniture/Appliances BEAUTIFUL 5-PIECE-Tan leather sectional. Recliner at both ends. Excellent Condition. New $3,000, asking !,000 o.b.o. 1-937-8496479. General PLEASE HELP! -My Son (who is a nurse) had a stroke and needs therapy, etc. If someone could perhaps volunteer to provide some therapy for him until we hear from Medicaid, we would both be most grateful. Marty Martin. 801 64th St. South. 727-614-6311. GULFPORT LIONS CLUB Available For Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Waterfront Location With Full Facilities. Call Art for Info and Dates. 321-5717. NOW OPEN!Creative Comforts Thrift Store. 5520 58th St. N. All Star Plaza, Tues. thru Friday 10am-5:30pm. Sat. 9:30am.-2:00pm. 20% off any Purchase with ad. 727-289-7004. Marine HURRICANE DECK BOAT 200220, perfect for shing and the intercoastal. Up to 10 people. Lots of extras, $8900. Great Contiditon. 727-692-7058. Pets/Animals NEED GOOD HOMES FOR-Rescued Young Mama and 3 Kittens. Mama small, Spayed with all Shots. Kittens all Male 3 months old. 2 Black 1 Black & White. Vet Checked & Shots. Get along well with other cats. Call 727-4558706.LOVE DOGS?The Career that Loves You Back. Have you Considered Pet Grooming? Certied Vendor for Vocational Rehabilitation. www.academyofanimalarts.com 727-517-9546.DOG GROOMING WORKSHOP $50.00BYOD (Bring your own dog). Saturday 2/9 11am. www.academyofanimalarts.com 727-517-9546 Learn to groom your dog like a pro. Dog grooming equipment for sale. Legal Notices FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Betsy Shaw, desiring to engage in business under the ctitious name Betsy A. Shaw, Inc. located in Pinellas County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florida Department of State, pursuant to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. January 10, 2013. PLACE YOUR AD HERE$15.00 for 20 words, includes notarized afdavit of publication and tear sheet. $5.00 notary fee. 321-6965. Yard/Garage Sale MOVING SALE-Friday & Saturday. 1338 Canterbury (Tyrone). Clothes, Furniture, Cookbooks. 5322 20TH AVE. S.-(in alley). Fri. & Sat. 9am.? Pandora, Vintage Furniture, Collectibles, Gifts, Misc. Make Offers! SATURDAY 8-126302 10th Ave. S., Gulfport. Misc small items including kitchenware and ofce supplies. Plus, power washer, car top cargo carrier, DVD/VCR player, speakers and some art supplies. 5106 15TH AVE. S.-Sat. & Sun. 8:30am.-? Furniture, Glassware, Restaurant Equip. 5020 27TH AVE. S.Diningroom, livingroom, bedroom, patio furniture, front loader washer/ dryer, tools, bicycles, trycicles. Thurs-Saturday 9-3. YARD SALE INSIDE HOME-Friday thru Sunday. Multi Family. 6820 Mango Ave. S. 9:00am4:00pm. 6575 BOUGAINVILLA AVE. SO(Off PAsadena Ave or 64th St. S.) Friday & Saturday, 9-? 10 Aluminum Jon Boat w/Electric Motor. Lots of Tools. 2000 Deisel Work Van. Lots More! Lost & Found LOST CATBlack & White. Near Tangerine Skate Park. Missing 12/26. Neutered Male, Chip in Ear. REWARD 727-641-4961 Card of Thanks PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never Known to Fail) Oh, most beautiful ower of Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh, star of the sea, help me & show me here you are my mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in my necessity (make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. (3) times. Holy Mother, I place this prayer in your hands. (3) times. Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days and then you must publish it and it will be granted to you. J.V.D. Real Estate for Rent FIVE TOWNS 55+Postcard like Waterview from 2BR/2BA Corner Unit. Eat-in Kitchen/ Full Dining room. Custom Window Treatments. Glass Enclosed Balcony. Laundry room Washer/Dryer/Storage. Gas, Water, Cable Included. Long Term with Option to Renew Yearly $950/ Mo. 727-347-6030 or 727-656-8800. GULFPORT DUPLEX-2BR/2BA, Newly Renovated, Hardwood Floors, C/H/A, Carport, Enclosed Front Porch, W/D $750/Mo. & $750/ Deposit. 1601 55th St. S. 727-688-9565. GULFPORT STUDIO APT.w/Storage Shed, Patio, Driveway, tile ooring, partially furnished. $550/Mo. includes Utilities, Cable & Wi. 541-829-7309. Jaimeframe@aol.com SMALL QUIET EFFICIENCIES -All utilities included. $100/wk. and up. Also need PT Housekeeper Possible live-in. 727-289-3588. Cycles/Scooters Cycles/Scooters 6332 7TH AVE. S.Sat. 8am.-? Aquariums and Misc. Yard/Garage Sale
Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 45 S. PASADENA BAY FRONT-Apts. Efciency. Lovely Pool Just Steps Away. Fishing Dock. Quiet and Peaceful. 55+, No Dogs, References. $475/Mo. 727-289-4436.BAYWAY ISLES PT. BRITTANYResort-style 55+ Community. Upper oor 2BR/2BA w/Water Views. Lovely Furnishings. No Pets, No Smoking 678-231-1667. 7137 34th AVE N Open House, Sunday 1-2pm. 3BR/1BA, Clean, Fenced. $900/Mo. & $900/Security. Or call for appointment. 727347-1779 or 727-347-8298. TENANT NOT PAYING For Fast, Reasonable Eviction Service, Call Gulfport Attorney Karen S. Keaton, Gulf Beaches Law, P.A. at 727-822-2200. NICE DUPLEX QUIET NEIGHBORHOODNewly Remodeled, Tile Floor, New Windows, New Kit. Cabinets. 3BR/1BA, Large Fenced Yard, Near Beach, Walk to Shop. No Pets. $850/Mo. & Deposit. Call 727-688-7337. GULFPORT REMODELED 1BR$650/Mo. $500/Security, Water/Trash included. Spacious, tile throughout, fresh paint, quiet neighborhood, 1 story, laundry on site. 727-3454875. PLACE YOUR AD HEREStarting at $15 per issue. Call 321-6965. DUPLEX-2206 53rd St. S. 1BR plus enclosed porch. Tile thru-out. Freshly painted. $650/mo. plus $500 security. Includes W/S/G. Call 727452-5942. GULFPORT 2702 MIRIAM ST. S.2/1 Duplex, Carport, C/H/A, $850/Mo plus $500/Security. Super Clean, Tile Floors, W/D. Pets Ok. Two Blocks from Marina & Clam Bayou Nature Park. 727-542-6090. PRESTIGES PYCC-Beautiful 2BR/2BA Condo with Pond view from Balcony/Patio. W/D, Storm Shutters, Newer Appliances, Indoor Parking, Pool, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Tennis, Golf, Clubhouse/Restaurant for your Dining Pleasure. Beautifully Decorated Lobby. Gated Community. Gorgeous Grounds to Stroll. Living at its Best! No Pets. Yearly, $1250/Mo. 727347-6030 or 727-656-8800. S. PASADENA BAY ISLAND-1BR/1BA, Covered Parking, Waterview, Gated 55+, Convenient Location. All Amenities. $650/Mo. $650/ Security. Small Pet ok. 702-771-1587. PASADENA 2BR/1BA/1CGNear Stetson Law School, Den, screened porch, $895/Mo. 6100 12th Ave. S. Near Pasadena Shopping Center, Close to beaches 727-345-7036. HOUSING AUTHORITY APPROVEDAnd priced. Very Nice! Call for details. 2 or 3 bedrooms. Free move-in time! 3862 12th Ave. S., SP. Call 727-347-3555. SEVERAL FAMILY READY HOMES-for Rent from 2BRs, 3BRs & 4BRs. Reasonable Rents, 1st and Last to Move in. Section 8 ok. Newly Painted, Clean. Most with Yards. Small Pet Ok with Deposit. Call for Appt. 727-565-5565. SO. PASADENA-Large bedroom fully furnished suite. jacuzzi tub, full shower. T.V. Dish network. Private entrance. Washer and dryer. One person. Utilities included. $550/mo. 1/2 month security. JoAnn 727-557-5395. NICE BIG ALMOST 1700SQFT.-Apt. 2BR/2BA, Large Porch. $800/Mo. plus 1st/last/ security. 5705 Central Ave. St. Pete. 727-5870773 or 727-347-1650. Accommodations to Share MATURE LADY TO RENT ROOM-in my Home. (Over 30). Private Bath, Cable, Kitchen & Laundry Privileges. Call 727-434-0645.. Real Estate for Rent Real Estate for Rent ISLA CLUB BAHIA Fully Furnished. Most desirable building 2BR/2BA, Fitness center, magnicent viewsWatche the birds, dolphins and wildlife. 2-balconies. $3300/mo. Available now through February 727-867-5536. ShellRealty@aol.com WATER FRONT CONDOIncludes boat slip, Sail boat water. 1BR/1Ba. Completely Furnished, covered parking, W/D, 3-month min. rental. $1500/mo. Now available. 727-8675536 Vacation Rentals
46 Gabber January 10 January 16, 2013 OPEN SUNDAY 1-3-7037 Sunset Dr. S. #206 Ciega Cove. 2BR/2BA End Unit. Oversized Lanai and Screened back Balcony. Covered Parking Space. New Price $168,000. Misti Kehoe, Realtor RE/MAX METRO. Cell 727-7441649. Real Estate for Sale 55+ MOBILE HOME-Great Location! 2BR/1BA, Central H/A, W/D, Carport & Shed. $7,000. First month lot rent Free! Call 5922107. 38TH AVE. NE-2BR plus Family Room. Bank Foreclose $124,900 or Offer. AB Trading Realty 727-894-5002. SINGLE WIDEw/Add on room, 1BR/1BA, 55+, Very nice park, clubhouse, pool. Remodeled kitchen, all ceramic tile, carpeted bedroom. $5000. Furnitrure & W/D included. 750SF. 609-457-9695. WATERFRONT & GATED BAY ISLANDSpacious, furnished 1/1, nicely remodeled, clubhouse & pool, close to shopping, but & beaches. Offered at $139,900. Call Karen Vogel, 727-542-9384. PRUDENTIAL TROPICAL REALTY. GULFPORT 27TH AVE. S.-3BR/2BA. Bank Foreclose $149,000 or Offer. AB Trading Realty 727-894-5002. Open House Real Estate for Sale Real Estate for Sale
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