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Began in Nov. 1968.
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Material Information

Portion of title:
Gulfport gabber
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 21-28 cm.
George W. Brann
Place of Publication:
Gulfport, Fla
Creation Date:
June 20, 2013
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gulfport (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pinellas County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Pinellas -- Gulfport


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in Nov. 1968.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 15 (Feb. 14, 1969).

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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Visitors, McDonald's Send
Condiments to the Troops


Linda Little and Leonard Jordon live in Miami but visit St. Pete Beach
every year for five weeks. For the last two years they have purchased
several bags of items needed by our troops. St. Pete Beach Support
Our Troops sends these items in the care packages the organization
mails overseas each month.
This year, they not only purchased supplies, they also contacted
Caspers Company McDonald's restaurants (based in Tampa) and
asked the company to donate something to the program. Caspers gave
them 1500 ketchup packets, 500 grape jam packets, 500 strawberry
jam packets, 250 mustard packets, and 204 mayonaisse packets, all of
which will go overseas to the troops.

No Tax Increase,
But You Could
Pay More Taxes
By Cathy Salustri

Although Gulfport city
council didn't raise the
property tax rate, some
Gulfportians could pay
higher taxes in the coming
year. At a special budget
meeting last week Gulfport
city council voted for a second
and final time to approve the
budget City Manager O'Reilly
presented them. Mr. O'Reilly
presented a budget based on
no tax rate increase.
Just as they did last year,
Gulfport property owners will
pay 4.039 mils of property
tax, or $4.039 per thousand
dollars of taxable value. A
home valued at $100,000
with no exemptions will pay
$403.90 to Gulfport. Some
homeowners could see an
increase in this portion of
their tax bill if their property
increased in value over
the past year. According to
City Manager Jim O'Reilly,
property values in Gulfport
increased, on average, less
than 1%, by .76%.
Other taxing authorities, such
as Pinellas County and the
schools, take a larger chunk
of taxes from Gulfportians.
Last year, Pinellas County
taxes property owners 5.0105
mils, and the schools levied
5.5540 and 2.7480 on state
and local levels, respectively.
The health department,
EMS, Pinellas Planning
Council, Southwest Florida
Water Management District,
Juvenile Welfare Board and
Suncoast Transit Authority
all taxed property owners less
than one mil per agency.

Flamingo in a Striped Dress

At last Thursday
evening's Gulfport Area of
Chamber of Commerce
mixer, Dolly Tickell, dressed
in pink stripes, talked about
the Pink Flamingo Tour of
Homes. Tickell chairs the
Tour of Homes committee.
This year the Tour will take
place on November 16;
tickets cost $15 in advance
and $20 the day of the
The mixer took place at
American Momentum bank
in St. Petersburg and had
several guests from the St.
Petersburg area.

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Blues Fest Volunteers
The So49 Business Association is
seeking volunteers to assist with the
2013 Tangerine Blues Fest, to be held
Saturday, September 28th. Volunteer
shifts are generally two hours long,
beginning at 8:30 a.m. and running
till 10 p.m. Proceeds from the Blues
Fest Benefit All Children's Hospital
in St Petersburg. Please contact Don
Stafford at don@rsri.net if interested
in volunteering or for information.

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Cheer on Keep Gulfport
Weird Triathlon
All t-shirt orders are in and the
Keep Gulfport Weird mini-triathlon
is set for Saturday, September 28,
bright and early, at 7 a.m. This is a
community event that links the 49th
St. S. redevelopment district to the
Waterfront District in Gulfport. It
consists of a 1 mile run, 2 mile bike
ride and 100 yard swim. This event
was spearheaded by Mayor Sam
Henderson and he and his family are
signed up and ready to go!
Come cheer on the families and
athletes as they make their last
trek swimming along Boca Ciega
Bay on Gulfport Beach. Thank you
to sponsor Maui Jim for providing
the sunglass certificates worth over
$150 for a general drawing after the
T-shirts will not be available if you
did not register by the September
20th deadline. However, you can
still get in on the fun! Join them at
the Keep Gulfport Weird Triathlon
Saturday, September 28, then more
at Tangerine Blues Fest. For more

information, please contact 727-
893-1118, jshea@mygulfport.us
or visit http://mygulfport.us/keep-
gulfport -weird-triathlon/.

Come Sing with
Sunsation Show Chorus
Now beginning its 10th Season, the
versatile chorus continues to offer
first rate entertainment singing tight
harmonies of Broadway melodies,
pop standards and fun classics. You
can be part of it. Previous choral

experience is helpful. The group
meets every Tuesday, 6:45 p.m. at
the Pinellas Park Performing Arts
Center, 4951 78th Avenue in Pinellas
Three 2-hour shows are performed
each November to April season.
In addition, a number of shows
are performed at various senior
homes and clubhouses throughout
Pinellas County. To schedule an
appointment or for more information
call Ron, 321-8093 or visit www.

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Publishers / Editors
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Advertising Sales
Genie Sharpless-Short
Customer Service
Gina Forgetta, Mary Baumgartner
Contributing Writers
Bill Northrop, Anne Rush
Reporter / Photograher
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Bill Northrop
Anne Rush, Zachary Milasus
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Comedy Magic Show
Enjoy a family-friendly comedy
magic show with a touch of hypnosis
by Cesar Domico for ages 7 and up
on Thursday, September 26th at
8 p.m. at the Catherine A. Hickman
Theater, 5501 27th Ave. S., Gulfport.
Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the
door. For tickets and information visit

Celebrate Gulfport
Under the Stars
Come celebrate Gulfport, a former
Florida fishing village turned funky
seaside town, with a catered dinner,
live Florida music, and dancing under
an almost-full moon on the grounds
of the Gulfport History Museum. As
cool October breezes drift through the
star-studded evening, the Gulfport
Historical Society will offer a simple
yet elegant dinner catered by local
restaurants, Florida- themed music,
and dancing under the stars.
Gulfport Under the Stars marks
the Society's first annual fundraising
event. After a cocktail hour with hours
d'euvres created for the Society's

guests by the awe-inspiring chef
at T and Me, guests will feast on a
dinner, a tantalizing marriage of
the gastronomic artistry of Pia's
Trattoria and O Ml.il.l~s. Guests
also get priority bidding on the
winning photograph in the Gulfport
Through Your Eyes photo contest and
exhibition. Mayor Sam Henderson
will introduce Gulfport's newly
crowned Mullet King, a former mullet
fisherman. The Mullet King and the
recently crowned Gecko Queen, Faun
Weaver, will have the first dance.
Dancing to the music of The Florida
Boys, Pete Gallagher, and T.C. Carr,
as well as a silent auction will round
out the evening.
All proceeds support the Gulfport
Historical Society's mission of
celebrating Gulfport's colorful history
and preserving today for tomorrow.
The evening's events start at 6 p.m.;
dress is Florida Formal (your best
flip flops and Hawaiian or Guayabera
shirt). Beer and wine available for a
Tickets will go on sale this Friday
at the Beach Bazaar. Limited seating
engagement; buy your tickets now.



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It's coming.
"I could no longer doubt the doom
prepared for me..." -Edgar Allen Poe.
Gulfport Arts Center. In October.

Student Produced
Midtown Exhibit
The Center for Journalism and
Multimedia Studies at Melrose
Elementary, John Hopkins Middle
and Lakewood High schools will
present its Through Our Eyes:
Midtown and Beyond photo exhibit
September 27 to October 6. The
photo and multimedia exhibit will
be at Studio@620, 620 First Avenue
S., St. Petersburg. An opening night
reception with student-led tours will
be held 5 to 8p.m., Friday, September
27. Admission to the exhibit is free
and open to the public. For more
information, contact Cynda Mort at
727-893-2175, ext. 1004.

KoC Annual Golf Classic
Knights of Columbus 2nd Annual
Golf Classic benefiting the Wounded
Warrior Project and KofC Local

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Gabber September 26 October 2, 2013

Charities will be held at Pasadena
Yacht and Country Club, 6300
Pasadena Point Blvd. in Gulfport on
October 12. Shotgun start at 1 p.m.
with a gourmet buffet at the end. They
have Reginald Roundtree as emcee to
honor our wounded. Warriors. There
are plenty of opportunities to win
50/50, poker hand, super tickets, ball
drop, closest to the keg to name a few
plus putting and chipping contests.
Please go to www.stjudekofc.
org or call Tom Penman at 813-
523-8025. Cost is $100 per player
so put your teams together and
help support our wounded warriors.
You can make donations directly to
WWP (Wounded Warrior Project)
on www.stjudekofc.org. Support the
troops and have fun too! See you

there, don't miss this opportunity to
support the many wounded warriors
- we will never forget nor leave them

The Clearwater Chapter of the
Military Order of the World Wars
meets for lunch on the first Tuesday
of each month. The next luncheon will
be at the Belleair Country Club, One
Country Club Lane in Belleair. Social
hour starts at 11:30 a.m. followed by
lunch and a short program. Military
officers who are retired, active duty
or former officers and their spouses
or widows are invited to attend. For
reservations call 727-786-5578.

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You know you've wanted to speak
Spanish, now is the time to do it!
Commit for six Mondays and you
will be able to understand, speak
and read basic Spanish. All the
tools are provided for you to have
a good foundation to encourage you
to continue studying and practicing
the language you'll learn to love.
Please join them for the Spanish
beginner classes every Monday from

3-4 p.m. at the Gulfport Recreational
Center. The series runs for six
weeks (ends October 14th) so put
this on your calendar. All materials
are provided in the cost of $10 per
person, per class. Want to know
more about the class? Visit: www.
conversationalspanishnow.com. No
prior sign up needed. These dates
are not convenient now? The class
repeats again starting October
21st for another six weeks. Note:
Beginner II classes to be announced
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Zumba Class Returns
Come join the party! Learn Zumba
in a friendly non-intimidating
atmosphere. Rachel, a professional
dancer at Busch Gardens, invites all
levels to an effective and fun class.
Zumba meets Tuesdays from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. at the Gulfport Recreation
Center. Please contact Rachel at
419-905-5562 or rachgraham06@
yahoo.com for more information.

Come to Fashion
Show and Luncheon
Northwest Presbyterian Church,
6330 54th Avenue N. in St.
Petersburg will host a Fruit of the
Spirit Fashion Show and Luncheon
on Saturday, September 28 at 11
a.m. Come join them as models
display fashions from local thrift
stores on a budget. Event includes a
guest speaker and lunch. Cost is $5.
Reserve your spot now by calling the
church office 727-544-4551.

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6th Annual Tangerine
Blues Fest is Here
Bluegrass and Blues music will
invade the Tangerine Greenway on
September 28th. This year the 49th
Street South Business Association
(SO49) has gone all out to bring some
of the best talent from all over Florida
and Georgia and are grateful they are
able to make time to perform. Gates
will open at 9 a.m. with the first band
- "Boilin' Oil" hitting the stage at
10 a.m. At 12 noon "Sycamore
Shade" will take the stage and
rounding out the Bluegrass is "The
Blue Grass Sound Band" (from
Marietta, Georgia) at 2 p.m.
Then the traditional Blues will kick
off with the "Charlie Morris Band" at
4p.m. They will be followed at 5:30 by
the high energy sound of the "Lauren
Mitchell Band." At 7, "TC Carr" (a
crowd favorite in Tampa Bay) will
take the stage. Their headliner, the
"Selwyn Birchwood Band" will take
the stage at 8:30 to close out.
They are thankful for the return
of Tyrone Square Mazda their
Presenting Sponsor as well as their
other sponsors and supporters for
their commitment to make this day
happen. A big thank you goes out
to: The Storage House, Tampa Bay
Times, News Channel 8, Sun Star
Paramedics, FCG, Sail Away Realty,
Local Shops 1, St. Pete Chamber,
Gulfport McDonalds, GMA, Gulfport
Patch, SAM's Club, Wal-Mart Stores,
the Gabber, The Tampa Bay Ray's,
PIPO's, OC l.iddly's, News Channel
8, The Vacation Shoppe, DRLCI,
Zoomers, Safety Tire, Studio Rhino,

JSR Training, Liberty Tax Service
and many others.
To make this a true family event, not
only do they have great music, they
also have a large kiddie area brought
by Spot Light Amusements. There
will also be great food and something
for everyone, including: ( C\l..illy's,
PIPO's, Mr. Bill's, Fresh Made
Lemon Ade, Pop's Rite Popsicles and
much more. The Tampa Bay Rays
Foundation will be there doing their
Official Autograph Auction booth.
Let's not forget that "One Blood"
will be there again this year 3:30 to
8:30, so plan on donating. Also new
this year is a dining tent (where you
can sit and enjoy the great food) and
a VIP seating area (up front and
close to the bands call for pricing
as they only have 6 tables left of 25
available). Finally, help them help
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pantry! Bring in four cans of canned
goods and get a free soda! Bring in
six cans and get a free beer (must be
21)! They must be brought to either
ticket booth and exchanged for your
drink ticket. Plan your day around
your favourite band or come stay all
day. Please note, due to the crowds
and nature of the event, there will
be no coolers or pets allowed in the

New Horizons Band
Ever played a band instrument?
Want to? Come to an informational
meeting at Eckerd College Continuing
Ed Center on Tuesday, October 1,
at 7 p.m. The New Horizons Band
is for adults, at all levels of musical
experience. Call 727-864-8085 for
additional information.

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Urban Survivor Bootcamp Fitness
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periods. These short yet intense
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strength and muscularity, improved
glucose metabolism, and extreme fat
burning. In addition to strength and
fitness, Urban Survival Bootcamp

incorporates a fun and light group
atmosphere for all who participate
regardless of physical fitness level
or experience. Tuesday from 6:15
to 7:15 at Gulfport Recreation
Center. Cost is $10 per class. Please
call Donnie Ali-McClendon at 727-
550-7185 for more information.

The Reading Garden
is Taking Shape
The latest edition to this special
space at the Gulfport Library is the
first installment of engraved bricks.
The Circle of Friends is selling bricks
to fundraise for a sculptural wall, a
Reading Circle and other items for
the Garden. If you are interested in

supporting the Reading Garden with
an engraved brick, please visit the
library to get a form or call Circle of
Friends board member Mary Stull
at 302-0931 or library administrator
David Mather at 893-1075 for more

A Night in Italy
The Italian American Society of
St. Petersburg is bringing Italy to
Gulfport for one night on Friday,
September 27! Enjoy a tasty Italian
dinner at 6p.m. in the Gulfport Senior
dining hall followed by a performance
at the Catherine Hickman Theater.
All proceeds support funding of the
Senior Center Foundation. Tickets
are $10 and can be purchased ahead
at the Gulfport Senior Center at 5501
27th Ave. S.

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Water Rate Rebates?
Dear Editor: With the unavoidable
increase in Gulfport's water bills, I
believe the city should offer a rebate
to consumers that have low water
usage and income.
Since Gulfport buys its water from
St. Pete, the Gulfport City Manager
explained at last Tuesday evening's
council meeting, that bylaw Gulfport
can not charge less for water than
St. Petersburg.
I think that the low usage people
could get a rebate or credit at the end
of the year for those who qualify.
I would like the City Council to
consider this option.
Last Tuesday at the city council
meeting I was not clear in the
message I was trying convey.
Stan Kreuter

Just the facts, please
Dear Editor: Once again, Mr.
Northrop has used the Gabber's
pages to spread his political
viewpoints and misinformation.
This time, the Affordable Care Act --
Obamacare -- is in his sights. Again.
One can only wish that Mr. Northrop
would take the time to research his
subject matter more deeply than
what he hears on Fox noise.
Mr. Northrop, this time, insinuates
that "the government" is behind
the collection and maintenance
of massive amounts of personal
medical and other information. Well,
it's all in how one says that, and of
course anything "the government"
does is bad, in Mr. Northrop's world.
It's true that the ACA encourages
the collection of significant medical
information, but it is also true that
the databases will not maintain that
kind of information in a personally
identifiable way. The goal is to
improve the overall health of the
American public, and the first step
is to understand what's happening
now. Other incentives of the ACA
include voluntary smoking cessation
and nutrition programs. And yes,
these are for our own good and may
even result in a diminution of health
care costs and the improvement of
the overall health of the populace.

What Mr. Northrop neglects
to mention is that the ACA
also specifically requires that
information must be collected and
maintained in accordance with the
Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act, or HIPAA. (Mr.
Northrop has misidentified that law
as "HIIPA." Perhaps if he had taken
the time to look it up or even to write
it out, he would at least have gotten
the acronym correct.)
So instead of acknowledging
that the information must be
maintained in compliance with the
most stringent health care privacy
law ever passed in this country, he
instead absurdly compares that with
the NSA's collecting totally different
information in totally different
ways. [He also mentions the IRS
targeting groups whose purpose does
not comport with the "liberal (they
call themselves 'progressives now)
agenda," neglecting to mention that
the IRS did the exact same thing
with more progressive groups.] The
implication, of course, is that soon
the jack-booted federal health police
will knock on your door and demand
that you stop having so much sex, or
maybe start having more. Perhaps I
exaggerate, but not so much.
This is not the first time I have
submitted objections to Mr.
Northrop's columns, and sadly, it
probably will not be the last. While
I often find myself disagreeing with
Mr. Northrop's viewpoints, my main
objection is that he usually simply
spouts the right-wing malarkey we
are fed by other sources without
filtering it through any actual
research or critical thinking. We
have some serious issues to consider
in this country, but the discussion
does not benefit from folks like Mr.
Northrop continuing to throw out
misinformation and facts skewed
only to one political point of view.
Lee Nell

Dear Editor: I'm a part-time
Gulfport resident and occasional
Gabber reader. I'm writing in regard
to the editorial "Something On My
Mind" column, specifically the article
from Sept. 19, 2013.
While I value the freedom to write/

publish editorial comment, this
article simply includes numerous
factual errors with respect to
provisions of HIPPA (spelled wrongly
in the article), the Affordable Care
Act, and the HITECH Act (which
was part of the 2009 stimulus
bill (ARRA), not the 2010 ACA
-- a fact your author seems to not
understand). Moreover, HITECH
does not provide funding for nor
seek to create a national database
of patients' healthcare records. In
fact, under HITECH, government
agencies and private industry have
worked to develop secure methods
of point-to-point health information
exchange. This, for example,
enables a primary care physician to
securely and electronically send a
referral request including pertinent
elements of the patient's record to
a cardiologist for treatment. The
federal government isn't tracking
what's sent about whom... they're
incentivizing providers to merely
demonstrate such "meaningful use"
of their electronic health record
As a professor of health informatics
and expert in this field, it's sad to
see health information technology,
which has historically enjoyed
bi-partisan support due to its ability
to improve patient outcomes and
reduce medical expenses, receive
such treatment by a misinformed
editorial writer who's clearly blinded
by his political leanings. Of course,
he's entitled to his opinion.
However, it seems that the Gabber
has a journalistic responsibility for
ensuring that even editorial articles
are factually correct. If not, what
value does your publication provide
as an information source? This is
especially true as many of Gulfport's
seniors will benefit greatly from
the more tightly coordinated care
made possible by the digitization
of their medical records. Do you
have any idea how many adverse
medical events happen each year
simply because doctors can't easily
share basic problem, medication,
and allergy lists? Data security and
patient privacy legitimate concerns,
but there's far more to the electronic
medical records story.
Paul Tuten

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Eden Homecare
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The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior
Center is hosting a 4-week course
on Caregiving on Fridays beginning
October 4 then 11, 18 and 25 from
12:30 3:30 p.m. Assisting care
partners include family, friends,
neighbors, volunteers, home care
professionals, and the Elder as well. U. .
See aging, care, and living with
different abilities through new eyes.
$20 for the workbook. For more
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Beginning Digital
Camera Workshop
Do you want to learn how to
take great shots with your digital
camera? The Gulfport Public Library
is now accepting participants for the
upcoming Digital Camera Workshop
on Saturday, October 5 at 2 p.m.
Sign up today as spots are limited
to 15 participants. Please visit the
Gulfport Public Library Reference
desk, 5501 28th Avenue S., to pre-
register or call 727-893-1073.

CASA Masquerade
CASA will present The Many Faces
of CASA Masquerade in memory
of Stacey J. Plummer on Friday,
October 4th at 6:30 p.m. at the
St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11
Central Avenue in St. Petersburg.
Come spend an enjoyable evening
with friends raising awareness
of CASA and the good work they
do, and raising as much money for
CASA as possible. Cost is $125 per
person, sponsorships available.
Event includes gourmet plated
dinner, valet parking, some drinks
and entertainment. Dress is cocktail
attire with masquerade theme, color
scheme is purple and bling.

Gulfport Lions Club to
Host Spaghetti Supper
The Gulfport Lions Club will be
hosting a Spaghetti Supper on
October 5th and the event is open to
the public. All their events support
community outreach programs
in sight conservation. Some of
the entities they sponsor are The
Watson Center (Lighthouse) for
the Visually Impaired, the Conklin
Center for the Multi-Handicapped
Blind, the Central Florida Eye Bank,
Southeast Guide Dogs, WUSF Radio
Reading Service, the Florida Lions
Foundation, local eyeglasses and
examination program, local Scouting
and Little League programs and
Pirate Football, Christmas Toy Shop,
and many more. So please come out
and support your local Lions.
The menu will consist of: spaghetti
and meatballs, salad, garlic bread,
dessert, coffee or tea. This is an all
you can eat supper, so bring your
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appetite, your family and friends.
Cost is $7 per ticket. Children under
10, $4. It is also a BYOB event, so
bring your wine or beer if you like.
All Gulfport Lions Club members
have tickets, so if you want to
pre-purchase them, ask any local
Lion. Otherwise, they will have an
adequate supply of
them at the door. So y'all come on
down to the marina area and visit
with the Lions on the first Saturday
of October at 4630 Tifton Drive S.,
right behind the Gulfport Marina.
They will be serving from 4-7 p.m.
Directions: go south on 49th Street
to the stop sign at the water, turn
left and follow the road around to the
Lions Club.
Their next event will be on
Saturday, November 2nd, their
pancake breakfast.

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Natural History
Speaker Series
Friends of Boyd Hill Nature
Preserve, Inc. presents the Natural
History Speaker Series. On Tuesday,
October 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Boyd Hill
Nature Preserve, 1101 Country Club
Way S. in St. Petersburg they present
"Ocean Resources and Environmental
Concerns". Come and explore the
natural resources provided by the
oceans and problems they face when
humans try to harvest them. Find
out what you can do to help sustain
our oceans. Free.
The programs feature a diverse
range of speakers on Florida natural
and cultural history. They are held
on the second Tuesday of each month,
September through April. Call

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Join them on Friday, October 4th
for the "Hunks of Funk" Concert at
St. Pete Beach Horan Park. Bring
lawn chairs and blankets to relax
outdoors under the stars in beautiful
waterfront Horan Park, located
at the St. Pete Beach Community
Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive.
Activities start at 6 p.m. and the
band will take the stage at 7 p.m.
This event is free and open to the
public. Complimentary valet parking
is available. There will also be beer,
wine and food available for purchase.

For more information call 727-
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Historic Kenwood
Plant Sale
Historic Kenwood Garden Workshop
will be having their annual plant
sale on Saturday, October 5th from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bula Kaf6, 2500
Fifth Avenue N. HKGW members
have grown and raised all the
plants for months using cuttings or
divisions from their own gardens. A
wide variety of great plants at cheap
prices will be available, including
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it local and come shop for plants
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Gulfport Women's
Center to Meet
Upcoming meeting of the Gulfport
Women's Center will be held on
Sunday, October 6 at 5 p.m. at 2810
Upton Street S., Gulfport. Call 727-
327-9119. Get in on the ground
floor and help create a place for all
women of Gulfport and surrounding

Chair Yoga Class
Chair Yoga will return Friday,
October 4th at the Gulfport
Recreation Center. This class is
a slow and easy, but challenging
workout that accommodates people
with physical limitations. The cost is
$28 a month and is from 10-11 a.m.
Please contact Joyce at 727-345-0679
with any questions.

Get your Flu and
Pneumonia Shots
If you need the flu or pneumonia shot,
the Gulfport Multipurpose Senior
Center is offering those services on
Tuesday, October 1 from 1 to 3 p.m.
Medicare recipients: Bring Medicare
card. HMO/Medicare Advantage:
Bring your insurance card. Charge
for cash payers: Flu vaccine: $30,
Pneumonia vaccine: $80. Provided
by Sarasota Health Care Services,
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Will Stay-at-Home
Mom Be Eligible for
Social Security?
Dear Mary: I'm a stay-at-home
mom and haven't had a paycheck
since I was a teenager. Will I be
eligible for Social Security benefits?
-- Emily, Oregon
Dear Emily: If you are married,
you will be eligible. Your Social
Security retirement benefits are tied
to your husband's. You can file when
he does, provided you're at least 62
at that time. Your monthly check
will be equal to 50 percent of his, if
he waits until "full retirement age" to
begin collecting benefits (65, 66 or 67
depending on the year he was born).
If he opts to begin drawing early at
62, then your benefit will be reduced
to 37.5 percent of his monthly check.
(If you're now single, divorced or
widowed, the amounts vary.) We're
not talking a lot of money here under
the very best of circumstances, so
plan on it as a supplement, not
enough to live on.
To get help, go to the Social Security
Administration website, SSA.gov,
and check out the FAQs. This site is
remarkably user-friendly.
Dear Mary: If my parents die with
a lot of debt, will I be responsible for
paying it? -- Jeb, email
Dear Jeb: You will not be
responsible for their debts, unless
you cosigned for a loan with them

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or you are a joint account holder
on their credit card accounts. Your
parents' debts will be paid out of
their estate (everything they own,
including real estate).
Anyone they owe has to get in line
to be paid, with secured creditors
like their mortgage lender in first
position. Then come their unsecured
creditors, like credit card companies.
Once all their debts are paid from
their assets, anything that remains
is divided up amongst their heirs.
If your parents die with few to no
assets, their creditors eat the loss.
They cannot come after you.
Dear Mary: I'm recently divorced.
My husband handled the finances;
now I'm on my own. Where do I
start? -- Betty, email
Dear Betty: You need a budget.
This just means "pre-spending" your
money on paper first, before you
deposit your check.
Make two lists: Income and
Expenses. Under Income, list the

sources (paycheck, child support,
alimony, savings, settlements, etc.)
and the amounts.
Under Expenses, list all of your bills
and obligations, starting with your
rent or mortgage payment, food, car
payment, utilities, clothes, etc.
Add up each list, then subtract
your expenses from your income. If
your expenses are more than your
income, start crossing out things that
are optional. Carefully weigh the
expenses you believe are essential.
Cable TV isn't essential. Food is
vital, of course, but try shopping
at discount markets, rather than
going out to restaurants. You need
a car, but not a gas-guzzler with big
Once your expenses and income
are in line with each other, use your
budget as your monthly financial
road map. Consult it often, and
you'll find yourself in control of your
money, instead of the other way
around. To get help, type "budget
worksheet" into an Internet search
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Please mark your calendar and plan
to bring your furry and feathered
loved ones on Saturday, October 5, at
10:30 a.m. for this fabulous tradition
celebrated once again at St. Alban's
in honor of the Feast of St. Francis of
Assisi. Bring your pet for the Blessing
of the Animals ceremony to take place
in their beautiful Memorial Gardens.
Even if you don't have a pet, please
join them for this fun event. Please,
pet owners are responsible for
controlling their critters at all times.
If you have a scared -dog, cat, bird
or fish bring a photo!
Refreshments will be provided for all
in attendance -pets and their human

escorts, as well. They are pleased,
this year, to collect cash donations or
donations of goods (blankets, towels,
pet food, litter, etc) to benefit the Pet
Pal Animal Shelter of St. Petersburg,
a no-kill, non-profit shelter. They
rescue animals from shelters that
euthanize and find forever homes for
them. Please check their website at
www.petpalanimalshelter.com for
their Wish List. St. Alban's is located
at 330 85th Avenue, St. Pete Beach.
Call the church at 360-8406.

Take a Native Plant
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The Pinellas Chapter of the Florida
Native Plant Society will host its 7th
Annual Native Plant Landscape Tour

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on Saturday, October 5th, from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. There will be six houses on
the tour, in St. Petersburg, Largo and
Seminole. The tour is self-guiding;
tour goers will receive a booklet
with suggested route, addresses and
descriptions of tour sites. Pinellas
FNPS members will be on hand at
each site to greet visitors and answer
questions. Come and find inspiration
for your own yard! Tickets are $5. For
locations or to purchase online, visit
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Life is in the Blood
On Wednesday, October 2 at 2 p.m.,
Debi McArthur, operations director of
LBC Analysis reveals revolutionary
new approaches to maximizing one's
lifestyle and health through diet,
supplements and exercise. Debi states
that Blood Optimizer is the world's
first mobile nutritional live blood cell
analysis clinic. She is introducing
a sneak peek of Live Blood Cell
Analysis, the new high definition
visual analysis of an individual's live
blood cells through informational
seminars. This seminar will be held
at the Gulfport Multipurpose Senior
Center at 5501 27th Ave.

Fine Dining every
Come join them at the Sons of Italy,
2500 34th Street S. in St. Petersburg
every Thursday from 4-8 p.m. for
a 3-course dinner. Cost is $10;
donations to the scholarship fund.
Call 798-6355 for reservations.

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Unleash the Hidden
Painter in You
Register now for a new class,
Decorative Artist- One Stroke
Painting Class. Everyone is an artist
and the best way to start is with one
stroke painting techniques. You will
learn to create something magical
on canvas in two short weeks. Class
sessions will be October 1-8 and
November 5-12. During each session
class will meet every Tuesday from
6-8 p.m. The cost is only $60 and
students must pre-register by the
Friday before the first night of class.
For more information call 727-
363-9245 or visit www.spbrec.com.

Players Hold

Open House
The Gulfport Community Players
will have a free Open House at their
Back Door Theater. This will be held
on Friday, October 4th from 6 to 8 p.m.
During this event, the Players will
announce the winners of the Cathy
Awards for the 13th Annual Summer
One Act Festival, that played at the
Hickman Theater this past July.
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until the middle of June, 2014. The
Players will present plaques to the
winners during this event. Be there to
cheer on your favorites! The Theater
is located at 1619 49th Street S. near
the Gulfport Neighborhood Center.
So, if you ever wonder just what's
behind those blue walls of the Back
Door Theater, now's your chance to
find out! Free and open to everyone.
Drop on by and take a tour of their
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Attorney Keith Sanders, Handles
Foreclosure Defense and Bankruptcies
with Experience and Sensitivity

"r ou could say my
Smotto is been there,
done that'," says Keith
Sanders, from Sanders
Law, P.A.
He says that for two
reasons. First, he says his
more than 20 years of
experience 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
Chapter 13 bankruptcy
himself. 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
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costume room, and set-building
areas. After all, they are a true
community theater organization and
this would be the perfect time to get
a little glimpse of just what goes on
behind the scenes in order to make
their plays happen. Maybe, you might
want to join in on the fun too!
If you're interested in a little more
about the Gulfport Community
Players, be sure to check out
their website at: http://www.

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We understand this is not
an easy process or
concept to grasp. We
would like an opportunity
to explain in depth and in
terms that are relatable to
you, the homeowner, just
what this means and how
it could be of benefit to
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divorce or just got in over
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practice law in both Florida
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'" like what I do because I
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"Since the initial
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meet with me and we can
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how it might be best for you to
proceed. Bankruptcy can
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back on your feet
financially, but it may not
be the best or only
solution for you.
Sanders has held a number
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1 p.m. in the Friends Meeting Room
of the Gulfport Public Library. There
is plenty of parking space there.
Learn from our featured speaker,
Jude Bagatti, who is a Master
Gardener, as she presents facts,
figures and photos about the world.
For Jude, the world is her garden!
She is author of "Fauna, Flora,
and Fantasy" and will have copies
available for sale. All are invited...
drinks and snacks will be provided.
We need to plan ahead for our
November bus trip to Lake Wales to
see Bok Tower Gardens on November
21. Cost (including bus, driver tip,
and admission) for members is
$26.50 (non-member cost is $31.50).
You will purchase your own lunch
that day. Bring check to October
meeting, or mail, by November 1, to
Barbara Dye (2607 Beach Blvd. S.,
33707). We plan for a fun 2013-2014
year together!

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Sunday Service 11:00 am
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Pilgrim Congregational
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You Are Always Welcome
Sunday Wor hip Service 10:30 am
Nursery Available
Adult Sunday School
9:30 am
Bible Study
Wednesday 11am
6315 Central Ave. 727-347-1226
"Diversity our strength, God's love our bond"

Ministry Offers Fun
Day and Giveaways
Power for Living Ministries located
at 1710 52nd Street S. in Gulfport
will be having a clothing and food
giveaway and fun day on Saturday,
October 5 at 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. All
are invited to come. They would also
like to invite you out to their church
services held on Wednesday nights
Bible Study at 7 p.m. and Sunday
Services at 9:30 a.m.

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Care Givers
Support Groups
Do you find yourself "caring" for the
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
and provide a confidential setting
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
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Call Pam Lanning at 347-2809 or
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Saturday, September 28th 6:00pm
Sunday, September 29th 9:00am & 10:30am
At Northside Baptist Church
6000 38th Ave. N. St. Pete.
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Come Join the
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For the first time ever, the Gulfport
Historical Society will make four-
legged Gulfportians part of its annual
birthday bash. On Saturday, October
12 at 10:30 a.m., every Gulfport
dog is welcome to walk in the first
annual historic doggy parade. Bring
your best friend and let Gulfport
historians photograph him or her for
future generations.
This parade will be a fun celebration
of our pets, and with Halloween just

a few weeks away, pets and owners
in and out of costume alike will be
The walk costs nothing. A
photographer will record the parade
- and every subsequent one so
future generations can see Gulfport's
dogs of today.
The Gulfport Historical Society
seeks small donations for the goody
bags. If you or your business have
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Thursday, October 3rd from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at City Hall Auditorium.
Winners of the show will be
awarded cash prizes and ribbons.
Non members wishing to hang
paintings are invited to join at that
time. For more information visit
Art Classes Resume
The Art Guild is starting art
classes on Monday, October 7th.
Basic drawing will be from 9:30
to 11:30 and basic watercolor
from 12:30 to 2:30. Cost for each
is $30 for six weeks or $6 per
class if paid weekly. They will
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By Holiday Mathis
The person who says "there are no
dumb questions" may be overstating
things. All questions are not
equal. Some lead to happiness and
awakening, while others bring on a
nagging sense of general anxiety. The
Libra sun, compelled to weigh and
balance and account for everything,
squares Pluto in responsible
Capricorn. Ask quality questions --
the kind that might lead to action
and improvement, not existential
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Most
people believe they smile more than
they actually do. You're different,
and that's why someone falls in love
with your smile and then with you.
You don't wait for the right time to
project magnetism and heart. Any
old time is good enough for you,
especially when you feel as happy as
you do this week.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21).
This week you experience events
differently from the way the others
involved experience them. An
objective witness would say that
your way is factually accurate, but
that doesn't matter in the least to the
others, each being invested in his or
her own point of view. Getting along
is more important than being right.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
Because your mind is so curious and
your love of learning so deep, you
will always have more questions
than answers. But that doesn't mean
you're not qualified to teach what you
already know. You will be exceedingly
lucky this week when you share your
considerable knowledge and wisdom.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
The rules of right and wrong do not
seem as clear-cut to you this week as
they did last week, and this might be
confusing. If you think of morality
in terms of helping and harming,
decisions might be easier for you to
make. Know who might be helped
and/or harmed before you make your
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You
want everyone to be honest and do
the right thing, especially yourself.
You don't have the stomach to be

"bad," because you'll always get
caught (by yourself!), and it's just not
worth it to you. Just know that not
everyone thinks like this. This week
you'll figure out whom you can and
can't trust.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You
know when a person is humoring
you. That quality of attention can
be more undermining to your self-
esteem than outright rejection. But
take heart, because in the end those
who don't take you seriously will
be sorry. You'll put your ideas into
action and see winning results that
include more money and friends.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). It is
sometimes hard for you to direct
compassion toward yourself. Realize
that you are hard on yourself in a
way that others are not and never
would be. To accept that you're not
always going to do the right thing is
to accept your humanity. It is divine
to forgive, though, even when the one
you are forgiving is you.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). If
you find yourself full of doubts this
week, it's actually a good thing --
it's a sign that you are intelligent,
that you care and that you want
something from the situation that
you don't feel completely entitled to.
Entitlement breeds an off-putting
sort of confidence. Your humility and
vulnerability are part of what makes
you great.
GEMINI (iIl.n 21-June 21). You
could really use a stellar idea. That's
why too much time spent giving your
attention to entertainment, games
and devices is dangerous this week.
In order to get your good idea, you
need mental space and maybe some
boredom, too. How are you going to
get any ideas if you don't let yourself
CANCER (June 22-July 22).
Psychological studies suggest that
women are generally better at
picking up nonverbal cues than men,
but this week gender won't seem to
matter as much as astrological sign.
You're a nonverbal cue master, and
everyone else is relatively clueless.
To communicate well, you'll have to
spell everything out.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Much growth
comes of your journey this week.
You'll realize there's something you
haven't totally accepted and that it is
indeed acceptable. On the other side
of this hurdle, you'll find a sense of
identity. You'll see how your parents'
beliefs have imprinted on you, and
you'll also understand how to exert
your free will.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). In some
religions, serious devotees give up
their past identities to start anew in
the religion. That is an easier way
to change than trying to promote
continuity with the past without
letting it trap you in your old self. A
breakthrough in your personal life
will make you feel like you can finally
move forward.
This Week's Birthdays: You have
greater control over your time this
month, which allows you to focus
on what you want instead of on
what your boss requires and other
responsibilities. An adventure in
November is intellectual -- your mind
goes first, and later you'll physically
travel to a similar place. You will
pay off a debt in February, which is
a relief and the start of a financial
turnaround. March and June are
your best times to heal relationships,
especially the one that's captivated so
much of your emotion for years now.

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Tuesday, 1-3:30 p.m.
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Harold & Donna Karaoke
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The YMCA of Greater St Petersburg
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health. Gulfport Senior Center
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advantage of this program. The first
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their physical activity and create
healthy habits that can reduce
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PeeWee Sports Class
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The St. Pete Beach Community
Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Dr., is
offering a new sports class for ages
3 to 6 years old. Our PeeWee Sports
programs are designed to introduce
sports to your child. These fun co-ed
classes teach the fundamentals of
baseball, soccer, basketball and
football. Each session, staff will
coach your youngster using games,
drills and lots of fun. These programs
are ideal in keeping your little one
active and moving. Classes are held
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Popcorn is for Eating,
Not Ceilings
By Bob Miano, DeGeorge Ceilings
First of all, the builder that put
that wonderful popcorn ceiling in
your home actually meant well. You
see throughout the late 70s and 80s
popcorn ceilings were the rage. It
allowed the builders a ceiling option
that required almost effortless one
step installation and most homes
could be pop-corned in just one day.
Apparently no good deed goes
unpunished. The reality of the
popcorn ceiling is actually somewhat
horrifying. You can't clean it; you
can't dust it, and last but not least it
doesn't paint well.
So what exactly is the anecdote to
these hideous popcorn nightmares?
You could always scrape it off, sand
it, retexture, and paint it, but that
seems like a lot of work and expense
to end up with a new ceiling that
barely looks any different than the
original popcorn ceiling.
Many industry trends are pointing
towards more elegant choices, such
as beautiful tongue and groove
wood ceilings, particularly in coastal
communities such as ours. They offer
a great deal of character and charm
to your home, and are often finished
with complimenting crown moldings.
They can be done with both color and
wood species to compliment most any
Another great ceiling choice would
be pressed tin. Whether it is actual
authentic pressed tin in copper or
brass or a faux tin with a custom
color glaze finish, this type of ceiling
adds texture and depth of dimension
to a room.
Seek the help of a professional. Have
them visit your home, bring samples
and above all make sure that they are

30 Years at the
Senior Center!
It's the Gulfport Multipurpose Senior
Center's 30th Birthday Celebration
on Wednesday, October 9 at
1:30p.m. and they are commemorating
with a sock hop, a photo booth and
munchies provided by Brentwood.
Celebrate their birthday with them!
Space is limited, so get your free ticket
today, compliments of the Center.

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Every Pet has a Story...
So tell us yours! As part of a special feature, the Gabber is collecting pet
stories and pictures from around the Bay area. We want to know what makes
your animal friend so special to you. Stories will be featured in the Gabber's
upcoming Pet Gazette, a special, full-color insert guide to pet-focused and pet-
friendly businesses and resources in South Pinellas. Submissions are free,
and may include your special pets, past or present. All submissions will be
registered to win a stocked pet goodie basket, courtesy of the folks at Poodle
Please include a good-quality photo and no more than 150 words about your
pet. Submissions may be emailed to News@theGabber.com, or to the Gabber
office, 1419 49th St. S., Gulfport. Deadline is November 21st, so don't miss
your chance to feature your pet pals and get some goodies!

ArtsAlive Free
Museum Day
St. Petersburg shines the spotlight
on its vibrant arts and cultural
scene with a celebration of the arts
featuring the annual ArtsAlive 2013
Free Museum Day on Saturday,
September 28. For this once-a-year
event, admission is free to several
museums* and cultural attractions
in St. Petersburg designated the
#1 Arts Destination among mid-size
cities and America's Top ArtPlaces
ArtsAlive Free Museum Day hours
are 10 a.m. to 3p.m. and participating
venues include the Dr. Carter G.
Woodson Museum, Florida Holocaust
Museum, Museum of Fine Arts,
St. Petersburg Museum of History,
The Dali Museum*, Creative Clay
Cultural Art Center, Morean Arts
Center, Morean Glass Studio and Hot
Shop, Morean Center for Clay, and
the Chihuly Collection** on Beach
Drive. For special events, discounts,
galleries and exhibition details, visit
For more free downtown art
experiences, visitors may drop in at
any of the many galleries (see list
at www.stpetearts.org). The Florida
Craftsmen Gallery, where there is
never an admission fee, will offer
a special gift shop discount of 10
percent off with a minimum purchase
of $25 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
on September 28 only. The Morean
Glass Studio and Hot Shop features
live artist demonstrations at 1 p.m.,
2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
The city encourages visitors to
park in city garages downtown
and ride the St. Petersburg Trolley
Downtown Looper or Central Avenue
Trolley. The trolleys will be stopping
at or near most downtown ArtsAlive
ArtsAlive is produced by the city of
St. Petersburg and participating arts
organizations in conjunction with the
national Smithsonian Free Museum
Day. Visit www.stpete.org/artsalive
for museum restrictions and complete
Please note these two restrictions:
Free admission to The Dali
Museum will be limited to Pinellas
County residents only.
** Admission to the Chihuly
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Songs for the Pantry
with Bongo Bob
Bob will entertain you with great
music and bongos on Monday,
October 7, 2:30 p.m. The Gulfport
Multipurpose Senior Center
welcomes you to enjoy your afternoon
where the ticket price is a donated
food item or a small grocery gift card
for the Center Pantry. Some needed
items are peanut butter, jelly,
canned meat, cereal and crackers.
The Center is located at 5501 27th
Avenue S.

5th Annual Octoberfest
Beach Crawl
The 5th Annual Octoberfest Beach
Crawl will be on Saturday, October
12th and will start at the Undertow
beach bar on St. Pete. Beach at
5 p.m. They are taking donations for
the Suncoast Animal League. The
first 200 people to donate will receive
a Beach Crawl can koozie. Checks
should be made out to "Suncoast
Animal League".
This is a 21 year old and older event.
They will leave the Undertow beach
bar at approximately 6 p.m. and visit
nine more beach bars as we walk
north on St. Pete Beach. No free
food or drinks or discounts should be
mentioned. No fee is required to join
the crawlers, however you must pay
for your own drinks and food. Visit
our facebook page at https://www.
facebook.com/beach.crawl or email
to beachcrawl@yahoo.com.

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Firefighters Patrick Strong samples the breakfast St. Pete Beach firefighters
sold at the citywide garage sale Saturday morning. The firefighter's union,
Local 2266, sold sodas, water, breakfast, and grilled hot dogs just outside
the Community Center. Local 2266 will give the proceeds to an as-of-yet
undetermined charity. Last year, firefighters gave the money from selling food
at several events to the Gulf Beaches Historical Society and the Pass-a-Grille
Community Church's youth group.
Strong, the newest firefighter on St. Pete Beach, joked about his status as
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Email your request to News@theGabber.com 4-5 p.m. the Gulfport Public Library
By Cathy Salustri will be hosting an all ages educational
presentation on what we can do
City of St. Pete Beach: Suntan to help save one of Florida's most
beloved animals, the manatee. They
Q: Does the city subsidize Suntan? How much does it give them every will be joined by their friends at the
year? national non-profit Save the Manatee
A: Club for an informative afternoon on
A: The City of St. Pete Beach does not give money to Suntan directly. how we can do our part to protect one
"We have a 'Memorandum of Understanding' for their use of of the favorite underwater mammals.
the Don Vista building that benefits both parties," City Manager Mike Call Cailey at 727-893-1074.
Bonfield says. Suntan volunteers maintain the city building and give the ...
city a portion of its proceeds.
The memorandum spells out specific responsibilities of both St. Get to know your iPad
Pete Beach and Suntan; read it online at TheGabber.com under this week's Are you having trouble using your
City Whys. iPad? They can help! Sign-up for
When the Memorandum of Understanding expires early next year, the library's "getting to know your
the city expects to ask Suntan for $500 monthly rent. iPad" class on Thursday, October
24th from 1-3 at the Gulfport Public
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SPoints On Pets

By Matthew Margolis
Your Dog's Personality
"When Good Dogs Do Bad Things"
is the title of a book on dogs that I
co-authored with Mordecai Siegal.
Chapter three is titled, "Your Dog's
Personality." That's right, your dog's
personality is weighty enough to
warrant an entire chapter in a book.
When we discuss a dog's
personality, it's important to note
the difference between personality
and temperament. Temperament is
one's natural disposition, determined
by genes. Personality, as written
in chapter three, "encompasses
genetically derived behavior along
with environmentally influenced
behavior, which can, to some degree,
be modified."
Understanding your dog's personality
is infinitely useful. In fact, it's wise to
get to know a dog's personality before
he becomes your dog. Think of it as
a chance to choose a relative. And
choose carefully. This dog will be your
responsibility and a big part of your
life for the next 15 years or so.
There are six canine personality
types, and any one dog can have
up to five of the six types. The only
personality types that are exclusive
of each other are "nervous" and
"sedate." There's no such thing as a
relaxed, nervous dog.
The six personality types are:
hardheaded/stubborn, laid-back/
sedate, excitable/nervous, timid/shy,
responsive and aggressive.
There are five tests that will help
you unravel the mystery of your
pup's personality. The tests and their
general purpose are listed below. For
detailed information on how to safely
and effectively administer these tests,
please read "I Just Got a Puppy.
What Do I Do?" This book takes you
through each test, step by step, and is
available in your public library, your
local bookstore or at unclematty.com.
--The Social Attraction Test
measures your pup's reaction to
people. As you kneel down and talk
to your dog affectionately or employ a
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or bark, back away or approach
you playfully, whine back at you,
stare you down, and on and on. His
reaction will give you insight into his
--The Sound Response Test is
designed to determine whether your
dog is noise shy, and it's done in two
parts. First, shake a can containing
about 10 coins, obscuring the can
behind your back. Second, toss the
can about 10 feet away from the
dog. The dog's response to noise,
both when the source is known and
unknown, will tell you what kind of
behavior problems you might be faced
with and how to effectively deal with
--The Reaction to Discipline Test is
used to determine whether your dog
has been hit or punished by hand or
with a newspaper on various parts
of his body. This is an important
test, as the dog may have negative
associations with the human hand
that could lead to aggression. It is a
test that is given in two parts -- one
using the hand, the other using a loud
voice. Both parts require caution, and
neither should be given to a dog that
has previously displayed aggressive
behavior like snarling, growling or

--The Dominant or Subordinate Test
will determine whether your dog has a
dominant or subordinate personality.
The test involves lying your dog on his
back and gauging his reaction to your
dominant position. Neither dominant
nor submissive is bad. It will simply
tell you what to expect and how to
effectively relate to your dog.
--The Physical Sensitivity Test is
not so much about personality as it
is about your dog's tolerance for pain
and discomfort. Understanding how
sensitive your dog is to pain will help
you prevent dog bites.
I recently administered all five
personality tests to six golden
retriever puppies from the same
litter. The dogs had the same genes
and were the same breed, yet all six
dogs had their own unique reactions
to the tests and, therefore, their own
unique personalities.
Please be sure to thoroughly educate
yourself before putting your dog to
these tests. Vital procedures must
be followed in order to prevent harm
to you or your dog, and in order to
gain the valuable insight you seek.
Getting safely acquainted with your
dog's personality is the smartest first
step you as a dog owner can take.

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entire frame and jamb. What is the
best way to install a new wood front
door in the existing door frame? --
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takes much more abuse over the years
than the door frame and jamb. You
can save some money by installing
just the door itself, but it often is
easier to remove everything and
install a new pre-hung door. Check

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existing door frame, accurately
measure the height, width and
thickness of your existing door.
Purchase a new door that is as close
as possible in size to the existing door.
Most likely, the old door is a standard
size. None of the dimensions of the
new door should be smaller than the
existing door. An edge of a door can
always be trimmed down, but it is
extremely difficult to add to the size.
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masking tape on the hinge side. It
might sound silly, but when working
on a door and flipping it over several
times on a work table, it is easy to get
mixed up on which side is which. This
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edge of the door is properly beveled.
You will need the assistance of a
helper to handle the door. If the door
thresholdis adjustable, adjust it to its
lowest setting on the floor. Place the
new door in the existing door frame,
and have the helper hold it against
the door jamb. Using tapered wooden
shims, shim it up from the threshold
so it is centered in the door frame.
If your house is very old, the door
frame may no longer be square. This
will be apparent when the new door
is shimmed and centered in the door
frame. Plane a slight bit off the top
of the door (called cheating), so it fits
more evenly along the top. Although
this step is not necessary, it looks
better from indoors when the gap at
the top of the frame is more uniform.
With the door securely held in the
frame, mark the vertical locations of
the hinges using a scribe. The hinge
locations determine the finished
position of the door. If you have to
remove material from the width for
a good fit, it should be removed from
the hinge side. It is better to leave
more material on the latch side in
case you install a deep lockset.
When trimming the door to size,
always score the cutline with a sharp
utility knife. This minimizes the
chances of tearing out some wood
when the saw blade cuts through the
wood surface. Using a circular saw,
cut within about 1/16 inch of the
scribed line. Remove the remainder
of the wood to the scribe line with a
Next, bevel the side edges of the door
so it clears the frame when it swings
open. The final step is to screw the
hinges to the door and check that it
swings freely.

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Homecoming Dresses
to Girls in Need
Belle of the Ball Project will
distribute Homecoming dresses to
in-need, low-income high school girls
on upcoming Saturdays: September
28, October 5, 19, and 26 between
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Seminole
Mall, 11201 Park Blvd. N., Seminole.
Belle of the Ball store is next to Ross
Department Store.
Over 3,000 quality dresses will be on
display for the girl's choosing, along
with shoes and purses. Founded in
2003, Belle of the Ball Project Inc.
is a nonprofit organization whose
mission is to provide homecoming
and prom dresses to high school girls
who are unable to afford a dress for
these special events.
Belle of the Ball Project has given
away over 3,200 dresses in its ten-
year history. It collects new and gently
worn, current style homecoming,
prom, bridesmaids and cocktail
dresses as well as shoes, purses, and
accessories. Distributions are open
to all Pinellas, Hillsborough and
surrounding county area high school
teens. No appointment needed. For
low-income, in-need, high school
girls only. There is no charge for the
dresses. A nominal $1-5.00 donation
is requested but not required.
They respect the honor system
and no referral letter is necessary.
Donations of dresses can also be
made at the distributions, dates/
times listed above. Please visit www.
belleoftheballproject.com, or call 727-

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Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic
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Gulfport, is pleased to announce
the dates its annual Oktoberfest as
October 17-20th. The public is invited
to attend the 37th annual festival
at the church, located at 5800 15th
street South in Gulfport. This is the
largest fund-raiser of the year for the
There will be rides, games,
opportunities to win gift certificates,
baskets of goodies from local

merchants, bingo, delicious food, cold
beer and entertainment daily.
Hours are as follows:
* Thursday 4-10 p.m.
* Friday 4-11 p.m.
* Saturday 11 a.m. 11 p.m.
* Sunday 12:30-7 p.m.
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while having fun with fellow
students. They will develop your
speaking, listening, reading, and
writing skills. The class will be held
at Gulfport Recreation Center on
Tuesday from 6 to 7:15 p.m. This is
a six class session with the first date
being October 15th. The cost is $99
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Looking for a
declawed cat?
Three adult declawed cats are
currently available for adoption
at Save Our Strays, Inc: Flix has a
great medium-length coat with white
and dark Tabby coloration. Scottie is
a handsome Siamese mix. Cinnaman
is a dark orange Tabby with white
markings. All of these felines are
loving males. They are very mellow
and crave attention. Although
Save Our Strays does not advocate
declawing, when cats are returned
declawed they make an effort to
match them with families needing
that requirement in a cat.
To meet these kitties, please call a
SOS volunteer at 727-481-5262 for
details. Save Our Strays is a no-kill
non-profit organization dedicated
to rehoming abandoned cats and

MOWC to Meet
Military Officers Wives Club will
meet for a luncheon on October 8 at
The Club at Treasure Island, 400
Treasure Island Causeway, Treasure
Island. Social hour will be 11:30
with lunch at 12:15 p.m. followed
by a short program. Male guests are
invited. All former,retired or active
duty military spouses, their widows
and former, retired or active duty
female officers are invited to attend.
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Learn Paranormal
Tools and Techniques
Join paranormal investigator
Bonnie Korniak for an entertaining
look on how paranormal researchers
investigate the unknown at 7 p.m. on
Thursday, October 24 at the Gulfport
Public Library, 5501 28th Avenue S.
in Gulfport. Call 727-893-1073.

Catch a Jazz Concert
Bobby Tess and the Dixie ('hli..'
will perform on Thursday, September
26th from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Bilmar
Beach Resort, Treasure Island.
Admission is $8. Call 727-522-6877.

Depression and Bipolar
Support Group
Depression and Bipolar Support
Group meets at the Suncoast Center
(in back), 4024 Central Avenue on
Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m. Families
and support people are welcome. Call
Les at 727-822-3480 or email to Les@

USCG Safe Boating
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 any Tuesday and
finish 13 weeks later or take up to
two years to finish.
October's classes includes: "Which
Boat is for You" Oct. 1, "Equipment
for Your Boat" Oct. 8, W.i|.i-1\\ .iv
Watch/Trailering Your Boat Oct.
15, "Handling Your Boat" Oct. 22,
and "Your Highway Signs" Oct. 29.
Cost is $40 for 13 weeks andincludes
new 400-pages of materials. Call Jim
at 360-4846.

GEMS Winter Schedule
GEMS (Gulfport Extended Mini Bus
Service) new winter schedule is out.
Check out the new pick up times and
new trips. You can get your schedule
at the Gulfport Multipurpose Senior
Center, from your driver (if you are a
current GEMS member) or online at
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If you are a Gulfport resident 55 or
older or have a disability, you can
take advantage of GEMS door to
door service for a yearly membership
of $65 plus $2 per ride. Trips to the
Center are free! Got Questions? Call
the GEMS office at 727-893-2242
from 8 a.m. noon.

See a Free Screening
of Senior Olympics
Menorah Manor is hosting a free
community screening of the award-
winning documentary "Age of
Champions" at the Inn on the Pond
and the Bernard L. Samson Nursing
Center followed by a discussion about
aging, health, and fitness.
A screening will be held Tuesday,
October 15th at The Inn on the Pond

at 2010 Greenbriar Blvd., Clearwater,
at 6:30 p.m. Another screening will
be held Thursday, October 17 at the
Bernard L. Samson Nursing Center
at 255 59th Street N., St. Petersburg,
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727-302-3710 or mailing rsvp@
menorahmanor.org; be sure to
mention which location you will be
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story of five competitors who sprint,
leap, and swim for gold at the National
Senior Olympics. You will meet a 100
year-old tennis champion, 86 year-old
pole vaulter, and rough-and-tumble
basketball grandmothers who battle
to overcome the limitations of age
and discover the resilience of the
human spirit.

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It's flu season andtime for flu shots.
If you haven't gotten one, get one.
For me, this is the week. If you
have children, or are responsible for
children, talking about and getting
the necessary vaccinations is overdue
but ongoing. I don't, but it's still a
cause for me. It's very personal. Four
years ago, for the want of a vaccine,
my daughter died of the swine flu,
referred to as H1N1.
Not that she didn't get her regular
flu shot. She did. What she missed,
by a couple of weeks, was getting
the specific vaccine that could have
protected her from the swine flu.
It was a pandemic that erupted in
April of 2009, but by the time it was
detected and a vaccine developed, it
was early October and availability
wasn't widespread, nor was alarm
about it. She was infected in late
October and it wiped out her lungs.
She died in early December. Victims
tended to be between 5 and 14 and
under 50 or were pregnant. She was
49. The rest of her and our family got
the vaccine after she was hospitalized
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there. Too little, too late.
Early estimates were that 18,000 died
from it in the U.S. Later, the World
Health Organization, estimated that
as many as 284,500 died across the
globe and conjectured, that because
of reporting and diagnostic problems,
the toll might have been as high
as 579,000. A vaccine would have
dropped those numbers significantly
since, once available, it did curtail
the pandemic rather quickly.
Closer to the present time and
related to the seasonal flu, last
spring, in Nashville, Tenn., two
14-year-olds, neither of whom had
received a flu shot, but were in top
physical condition, were admitted
to the hospital with the flu. One
died a few weeks later and the other
has permanent lung damage. My
youngest son was the physician in
the pediatric intensive care unit at
that hospital.
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provide some protection. And, pardon
the pun, but the regular old flu isn't
to be sneezed at.
There's a broader picture here,
too. That's the need of vaccinations
for children to protect them from
childhood diseases. I'll write more
about it later, but here's what's going
on in Pinellas County. First, the
concern: vaccination rates for two-
year-olds, is only 75.3 per cent and
for kindergartners is only 89.8 per
cent. The rest of the state is at about
93 per cent. The goal is to get those
per centages up to 90 per cent and 94
per cent respectively.
That's the mission of the Pinellas
Immunization Team for Community
Health (PITCH), a collaborative
effort of the Pinellas County and
Florida State Health Departments,
All Children's Hospital, pediatricians,
neighborhood family centers,
community health centers, hospitals,
schools, PTAs, YMCA, drugcompanies
and numerous volunteers, including
me. And, if you're wondering about
the drug companies, vaccines aren't
their profitable lines. In fact, because
of liabilities and downward pricing
pressures, there are only a handful
of vaccine manufacturers world-wide
which is a concern for some doctors I
have talked to.
The issue, however, is vaccination
and too few children are getting
vaccinated so epidemics of measles,
mumps, and whooping cough, to
name a few, are springing up. For
those of us who grew up in fear of
polio (yes, some oppose polio shots)
and lock-jaw (tetanus shot), and
acquired chicken pox, measles,
mumps, whooping cough, or scarlet
fever (President Eisenhower lost a
son to that disease) or rubella, this is
distressing. Childhood diseases don't
have to be. Some can kill and cripple
and, if not, make your child pretty
sick. Besides, just because you're
older doesn't mean you are immune.
Vaccinations protect all of us.

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m eAmrican Legion Activities

Post 125
6440 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 347-6085
Breakfast Buffet Lunch Served
Lunch Servedpen Southern Knights Band 8:30-11am No Lunch Served Lunch 11-3 11am-3pm
Luncham-3pm 112p7-11pm S.A.L. hamburgers and Euchre 1pm
m Dinner 4:30-6:30pm hot dogs 12-3pm Ron's Karaoke 7pm Bingo 6pm
Ron's Karaoke 7pm Southern Knights Band Dinner 4:30-6:30pm Kitchen Open
-11pm Steakums 1-3pm for Bingo

Golf Tournament Oct. 19. Sign up at the Post.
The Legion Riders meet the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Auxiliary meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Please join us and share your ideas.
Legionnaire meetings are the 3rd Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Sons of American Legion meetings are the last Monday of each month at 7 p.m. All members are welcome.
Service Officer, Bob Cannon is at the Post on Thursday's from 9 a.m. till noon to offer assistance.
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 125 is collecting donations of canned goods and toilet paper for Liberty Manor,
a facility that provides housing and assistance to our homeless veterans. You can drop off donations at the American
Legion, 6440 5th Ave. S., St. Pete. For more info about Liberty Manor, visit www.libertymanor.org.

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Following are some of the calls that
Gulfport Police responded to during
the past week.
Friday 9/13
Animal Call- 7th Ave. & 58th St. S.
Burglary- 5100 BIk Preston Ave. S.
Burglary- 5100 BIk 13th Ave. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 5100 BIk
Tangerine Ave. S.
Domestic- 5200 BIk 12th Ave. S.
Neighbor Problem- 58th St. & 26th
Ave. S.
Recovered Stolen Property- 900 BIk
58th St. S.
Robbery- 5000 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Theft- 59th St. & 15th Ave. S.
Theft- 57th St. & 18th Ave. S.
Saturday 9/14
Assault/Battery- Gulfport Blvd. &
52nd St. S.
Burglary Business- 700 BIk 51st St.
Disorderly Conduct- Tangerine Ave.
& 49th St. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 1800 BIk 51st
St. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 1900 BIk 51st
St. S.

Domestic-5100 BIk Tangerine Ave. S.
Domestic- 3100 BIk 56th St. S.
Domestic- 3000 BIk 49th St. S.
Sunday 9/15
Trespass- 5000 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Trespass- 2400 BIk 53rd St. S.
911 Hang Up- 5100 BIk 15th Ave. S.
Burglary Residence- 5700 BIk 14th
Ave. S.
Hit & Run- Gulfport Blvd. & Royal
Palm Dr. S.
Noise- 5400 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Person Under Influence- 15th Ave. &
51st St. S.
Shots Fired (Heard)- 1800 BIk 51st
St. S.
Monday 9/16
Trespass- 5000 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Animal Call- 700 BIk Freemont St. S.
Assault/Battery- 2600 BIk 44th St. S.
Burglary Residence- 2600 BIk 44th
St. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 5700 BIk 13th
Ave. S.
Harassing Phone Calls- Location
Tuesday 9/17
Theft- 6000 BIk Shore Blvd. S.
Disorderly Conduct- 1400 BIk 58th
St. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Wednesday 9/18
Juvenile Trouble- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Juvenile Trouble- 5100 BIk 15th Ave.
Theft- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Theft- 900 BIk 52nd St. S.

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Burglary Residence- 1300 BIk 58th
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Domestic- 1300 BIk 58th St. S.
Thursday 9/19
Juvenile Trouble- 900 BIk 58th St. S.
Person Under Influence- Gulfport
Blvd. & 58th St. S.
Theft- 5000 BIk Gulfport Blvd. S.
Theft- 2000 BIk 52nd St. S.
Animal Call- 5000 BIk 26th Ave. S.
Animal Call- 2300 BIk Beach Blvd. S.
Assault/Battery- 5700 BIk Shore
Blvd. S.
Assault/Battery- 5400 BIk 11th Ave.
Burglary Vehicle- 6300 BIk 13th Ave.
Burglary Vehicle- 6200 BIk 13th Ave.
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SPCREA to Meet
The South Pinellas Retired Teachers
Association (SPCREA) meets at
11 a.m. the second Thursday of each
month from October through May.
At this time they will be meeting at
the Teppanyaki Grill and Supreme
Buffet at 391 34th Street N. in St.
Petersburg. The buffet cost is $6.99.
Meetings are open to all who have
worked in the field of education
whether here in Florida or elsewhere,
including teachers, support
personnel and administrators. They
enjoy lunch and visiting with each
The Florida Retired Educators
Association is a dynamic, fun
organization with something
for everyone. There are great
membership benefits and discounts
and advocacy for their pension.
SPCREA often plans fun field
trips of interest to the group. They
enjoy lunch and visiting with each
other. At each meeting they have
the opportunity to donate to a local
charity carefully chosen by the
project cheer committee. For October
they will collect school supplies and
children's clothing, this year focusing
on older children who especially need
new socks and underwear.
The meeting begins at 12 noon
with an activity planned by the
hospitality committee. They have
a song, a thought for the day and
a few important announcements.
Come join them on October 10th for
a presentation by Ernest Hooper
from the Tampa Bay Times. After
a question/answer period with the
speaker, various chairpersons impart
information that has to do directly
with their members and is of interest
to everyone. The meeting is not used
for business and adjourns by 1 p.m.
Email Joyce Walters at jellenl943@
yahoo.com for more information.

Calling all Craft Vendors
The St. Petersburg Woman's Club
located at 40 Snell Isle Boulevard
N.E. is announcing to craft vendors
the opportunity of participating at
their Annual Craft Fair on Saturday,
November 2nd. For more information
please call Carolyn DeFreitas at
727-674-3484 or email candj81388@
The St. Petersburg Woman's Club
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which is celebrating 100 years of
community activity, is affiliated
with the General Federation Of
Woman's Clubs. A not-for profit
volunteer organization committed
to serving the community through
hands-on projects and fund raising
as well as leadership development.
To find out more information about
our club- membership, monthly
meetings, Saturday Group,
weekly sewing group, card games
or information on booking our
Historical Clubhouse. Call 727-
822-4982 or visit www.

November Home Tours!
Home Tour loving tourists will be
delighted to know two of the favorite
local tours are on the calendar!

BungalowFest is sponsored by the
Historical Kenwood Neighborhood
Association and will be on November
2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets
are $15 in advance and available
at The Craftsman House or online
at HistoricKenwood.org ($20 day of
Gulfport's Pink Flamingo Home Tour
is scheduled for November 16 from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pre-sale and senior
discount tickets are $15, available
at the Beach Bazaar or the Gulfport
Area Chamber of Commerce office.
Day of tour tickets can be purchased
for $20 at the Mike Yakes Rec Center,
5730 Shore Boulevard S., Gulfport.
You will turn in your tickets there in
exchange for a wristband for the day.
Visit www.PinkFlamingoHomeTour.
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By Robert J. Myers, Esq.
Why Buy-Sell
Agreements are
Important (Part II)
The entity-purchase agreement is a
contract within the company, not one
among the partners or their families.
In the case of XYZ, Ms. Smith and
Mr. Gonzales would enter into a
binding agreement with XYZ for the
purchase and sale of their respective
interests. Upon death, disability,
retirement or resignation, Ms. Smith
and Mr. Gonzales are obligated to
sell their stock to XYZ and XYZ is
obligated to buy that stock.
To fund this agreement, XYZ can
obtain life insurance contracts on
both Ms. Smith and Mr. Gonzales.
XYZ pays the premiums and is the
owner and beneficiary of the policies.


When Mr. Gonzales dies, his stock
passes to his estate. At the same
time, the insurance company pays a
death benefit to XYZ as beneficiary
of the policy.
Pursuant to the entity-purchase
agreement that Ms. Smith and Mr.
Gonzales entered into with XYZ,
Mr. Gonzales' estate will transfer
his entire interest in XYZ back to
XYZ in return for the cash payout on
Mr. Gonzales insurance policy. The
entity-purchase agreement allows
the value of the stock for estate tax
purposes to be determined and gives
the Gonzales family the liquidity
they need.
Entity-purchase agreements do
have some disadvantages. There
will often be a build up of the value
in the life insurance policy which
may, along with the policy death
benefits, be subject to the claims of
corporate creditors and susceptible
to alternative minimum tax.
In a cross-purchase agreement
arrangement, XYZ is not a party
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both owner and beneficiary of the
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Under the terms of the cross-
purchase agreement, each agrees to
buy the other's stock in the event of
death using the proceeds of the life
insurance policy.
When Mr. Gonzales dies, the
insurance company pays the death
benefits to Ms. Smith that she uses
to buy back Mr. Gonzales' interest
in XYZ from Mr. Gonzales' estate.
Again, the Gonzales family gets
the liquidity they need to settle his
A cross-purchase agreement
carries with it several advantages.
First, it insulates cash values and
death benefits from the imposition
of corporate alternative minimum
tax and corporate creditors. Second,
it provides a step-up in cost basis
for the surviving shareholder and
the decedent. These are significant
benefits when the surviving
shareholder intends to sell the
business following the death of the
other partner.
One clear disadvantage of cross-
urchase agreements occurs if the
partners who are entering into the
agreement are of different ages
cause the younger partner will pay
lore to insure the older partner.
Mr. Myers is the owner of Akerson
aw Offices which is located at
135 Pasadena Avenue South, Suite
10, St. Petersburg, Florida. The
telephone 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 specific question about the law,
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Be Part of City of
Imagination Calendar
The City of Imagination (COI)
is creating a 2014 calendar of the
work of 12 Gulfport artists who will
be chosen by lottery. Artists should
contact Ciara Carinci at ciara.
carinci@gmail.com by Saturday,
September 28, to get their names into
the hat. COI will go to the artists'
studios to photograph them and a
piece of their work. The calendars
will be sold to raise funds for COI's
projects. Ad space is also available.

Post #125 Golf
The 18th Annual Post 125 and SAL
Golf Tournament will be held at
Mainlands Golf Course on October
19, rain date October 26. Proceeds
will benefit All Children's Hospital,
Children's Organ Transplant
Association (COTA) and Hospice.
Sign up sheets are available at Post
125. Cut off date is October 7th. Food
and prizes will be offered after at the
Post. Contact Ron Dibucci at 727-686-
8695, Don Vachon at 727-418-3760 or
Russ Schmidt at 727-803-6677 or call
the Post for more information. Hole
sponsors needed $25-Bronze, $100-
Silver, $200-Gold.

Wednesday Teen
Afternoons at Library
Hey teens! Come hang out with
Sherri and Cailey Wednesday
afternoons at the Gulfport Library
from 3-4:30. They play Xbox, watch
movies, help with homework, listen
to music, and just hang out and have
fun. Contact Cailey at cklasson@
mygulfport.us or 727-893-1074.

Art Classes and
Bottega d'Arte Galleria at 2655
Sixth Avenue S. (Warehouse Arts
District) is offering classes and
workshops for all ages. To sign up
please call Cristina at 727-687-1333.
Reserve your spot in advance and get
a discount.
Every second Saturday they have
an Art Walk Gallery from 6-9 p.m.
Next one will be October 12th.

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for Pants Sizes 6-16
Clothes To Kids has a critical need
for young boys and girls pants sizes
6 to 16. Each week 500 low-income
Pinellas school children shop at CTK
and they want to ensure they receive
a complete wardrobe. A complete
wardrobe includes four pairs of shorts
or long pants; that's more than 2,000
pants a week! They are asking the
community to please donate gently
used shorts and long pants, new
pants or pants from thrift stores to

help them clothe these children.
CTK operates year-round and
continues to clothe more than 12,000
low-income Pinellas school children
each year. Clothes To Kids is a not-
for-profit organization which provides
free clothing to low-income, school-
age children in Pinellas County, free
of charge. For more information,
please call 441-5050 or visit www.
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K., 89, of Gulfport,
passed away
September 22, 2013
r D at home under the
care of Hospice.
She was born in
Huntington, NY on October 28, 1923
to Antonio and Mary Pillucere. Her
siblings (and their spouses) include:
Carmella DeBaun, widow of Daniel
DeBaun, of Stuart; William Pillucere
and wife, Karen of Tarpon Springs;
Mary Shanahan and husband Enda
(both deceased) of Centerport, NY;
Joseph Pillucere and wife, Lynn, of
St. Petersburg; and Catherine Cattar
of Ridge Manor. Primrose's children
include: Gary Bond, Tony Bond (and
wife Carolyn), Bonnie Bond (and
husband Maurice Taggart) all of
St. Petersburg; and Wendy Bond
deLong of Gulfport. Other survivors
include: five grandchildren,
Alexander Bond, Carly Guthartz,
Grant Bond and wife Tara Vail, Ryan
Bond and Miranda deLong. Great
grandchildren are Harris and Owen
Guthartz and David Banister. Carol
Pillucere, former sister-in-law is also
a beloved family member. She was
an award winning public speaker
and took first place in a city public
speaking competition portraying
the lead role in Fannie Hurst's play
"Humeresque". While serving as a
USO hostess during WWII, she met
and later married Walter T. Bond,
US Navy Quartermaster in 1944. In
1956 she was selected as a finalist in
the Mrs. US Navy Pageant in San
Diego, CA. Primrose was a licensed
cosmetology instructor and won
several hair styling competitions.
She later was employed as a
cosmetology instructor for the
Pinellas County School Board at
PTEC in St. Petersburg where she
retired after 10 years of service. She
later worked as a consultant to the
State of Florida Cosmetology Testing
Division for three years. Throughout
her life she enjoyed cooking and
hosting family gatherings for which
she once won "Cook's Night Out"
award for culinary excellence. As
she called it "my gift to those I love"
(cooking) was enjoyed by friends and
family for many years. Primrose
was also an accomplished singer

and musician. Piano, accordion and
organ are among the instruments
with which she excelled. Also a
skilled artist, Mrs. Bond worked with
pastels, portraits, drawings, and
acrylic creations and received several
awards in these areas. During her life
she also enjoyed expressing herself
by composing essays, many of which
were contest winners. She wrote
and self-illustrated the children's
story, "Smiley the Helicopter" in
1954. She also composed prayers for
special family occasions. Primrose's
generosity and kindness were well
known. A needle-work sampler she
created as a child expressed her
fondest desire, Foss's quotation: "Let
Me Live in the House by the Side
of the Road." She lived that dream.
Visitation and prayer service will be
held at A Life Tribute, Gulfport, on
Thursday from 5-8 p.m., 7:00 service;
Mass of Christian Burial will be held
at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 2025
22nd Ave. S., St. Petersburg, at 11
a.m. on Friday, September 27th,
with a committal service to follow at
Woodlawn Memory Gardens.

HAVENS, 58, of
Gulfport, passed
on Sept. 17, 2013,
leaving behind her
beloved partner of
ten years, Kathy
Kenney; and many
wonderful friends. There will be a
Celebration of her Life at 6 p.m. on
Sept. 29th at the Gulfport Pier.
I am standing upon the seashore. A
ship at my side spreads her white
sails to the morning breeze and starts
for the blue ocean. She is an object of
beauty and strength, and I stand and
watch her until at length she hangs
like a speck of white cloud just where
the sea and sky come down to mingle
with each other. Then someone at my
side says, "There! She's gone." Gone
St I, :' Gone from my sight-that is
all. She is just as large in mast and
hull and spar as she was when she
left my side, and just as able to bear
her load of living freight to the place
of destination. Her diminished size
is in me, not in her; and just as the
moment when someone at my side
says, "There! She's Gone," there are

other eyes watching her coming, and
other voices ready to take up the glad
shout, "There she comes!".

85, of St. Pete Beach, passed away
Sept. 20, 2013. Harvey was born
in Charleston, WV and graduated
with both a Bachelor's degree in
business and a law degree from
the University of Maryland. For 23
years, he was the president of the
Greater Pinellas Democratic Club,
the largest club of its kind on the
west coast of Florida. Harvey was
also a member of Temple Beth-El in
St. Petersburg, the Pinellas County
Democratic Executive Committee,
and Suncoast Tiger Bay Club. He
was the greatest father in the world,
a loving grandfather, and much
loved husband who will be greatly
missed. Harvey is survived by his
beloved wife, Betty; sons, Dan and
Robbie; and grandchildren, Hannah
and Jared. He was predeceased by
his sister, Carol Samuels. Services
will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday,
Sept. 23rd at Temple Beth-El, 400
Pasadena Ave. S., St. Petersburg
33707. Interment will follow at
Chapel Hill Memorial Park in Largo.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests
donations in Harvey's memory
to Temple Beth-El. Guestbook at
davidcgross.com. David C. Gross
Funeral Homes, 6366 Central Ave.,

NIEVES, MARIA, age 71, of
Gulfport, passed away on Sept. 14,
2013, at the Boca Ciega Center,
leaving no known survivors.
ALifeTribute FuneralCare Gulfport,

87, of South Pasadena passed away
on Sept. 18, 2013. Interment will be
at the Bay Pines Veterans Cemetery
on Monday, Sept. 30, 2013. He was
preceded in death by his loving
wife of 50 years, Loa N. Reid; his
mother, Mary Reid; and daughter
Judy McDonald. He is survived by
his sons, Joseph W. Reid III and
Robert L. Bailey. Also surviving are
five grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren. He was born in
Winchester, VA on July 13, 1926.
After serving his country in the
Navy during World War II, he had a
thirty year career with the National
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Obituaries (con't.)
Security Agency in Fort Meade, MD.
He moved to Eustis, Florida in 1974
and later settled in Treasure Island
in 1998. In their retirement years,
he and Loa thoroughly enjoyed
traveling around the country in
their motor home, visiting over 40
states including Alaska. He is loved
and will be missed by all who knew
him. Online guestbook at www.
davidcgross.com. David C. Gross
Funeral Homes, 6366 Central Ave.,

STEVENS, NAOMI, 89, of St. Pete
Beach, passed away Sept. 16, 2013.
Services will be private. Guestbook
at davidcgross.com. David C. Gross
Funeral Homes, 6366 Central Ave.,

Gulfport, passed away Aug. 25, 2013.
Survived by his loving family and
friends. Guestbook at davidcgross.
com. David C. Gross Funeral Homes,
6366 Central Ave., 727-381-4911.

In Tribute to
By Collyn Uamas
Peter Duffy saved my life. He also
babysat or should I say watched

over me from age 15 to 16 along with
Dallas and Rico. I was allowed to go
to the Blueberry Patch (the original
one) on 31st St. S. as long as Peter,
Dallas and Rico were there to keep
an eye on me and I was forbidden
to go back to Hoboville although I
often tried to sneak there and Peter
would always catch me and give
me a tongue lashing like no other!
When I was 16 a friend named John
Shipp took me and two others out to
Egmont Key in a small motor boat
to take photographs for a project he
was working on and we ended up
beached. With a storm raging we
found the little Coast Guard station.
With 8-foot swells no one could come
get us. No one but the do-or-die guy
named Peter Duffy. He convinced
the captain of the Miss Pass-a-Grille
to come save us and off they went.
Now the dock was there as was the
boat who finally made it along with a
Cheshire cat grin of the then 38 year
old Peter Duffy. Everyone made it
into the moving up and down boat in
8-foot swells. Peter screamed at me
(the last one on the dock, chicken that
I am) "Jump, damn it, Collyn, jump"
and so I did. However, I didn't make
it to the boat and I fell between the
dock and the boat. It was only Peter's
quick hand that grabbed my hair
and pulled me aboard. There is no

doubt he saved my life and we were
forever friends. As the years rolled by
I would tell that story to anyone who
would listen. When Peter was next to
me he would begrudgingly say "oh,
it was nothing", but with a twinkle
in his eye and a shy grin that said
he loved it. So much so that as they
years went by recently if I didn't
bring it up he would say "Oh, Collyn
you're not going to say how I saved
your life again, are you? and I'd look
at him and say "you betcha". Peter
very rarely hugged much less shook
hands with anyone or say "I love
you" he wasn't that kind of guy. But
when it came to Peter anyone knows
I'd always get a hug and an "I love
you" before we parted ways. Except
this time. I love you, Peter Duffy.
There will be a tibute to Peter Duffy
on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013. from
1-4 p.m. at Stinger Bar, 2222 49th
Street S. in Gulfport. You are
welcomed to bring a covered dish.

Life Celebration
Everyone come and join them in
celebrating Peter's amazing life.
Bring your stories about Peter to
share. The celebration begins at
7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1st at the
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Carrie Caignet discussed the changes in Tampa Bay since the Spanish arrived.
Boat captains, history buffs, and locals interested in the way development has
reshaped Boca Ciega and Tampa Bay came to the Gulfport History Museum to
hear maritime historian and Gulfportian Carrie Caignet speak Friday night.
Using Google Earth and charts from her collection, Caignet showed how Tampa
and Boca Ciega Bays changed from shallow sea grass prairie to the bays boaters
know today. Caignet told attendees Tampa Bay had started to heal.
Next month, historian, archivist and Boca Ciega High graduate Jim Schnur
will speak to the Gulfport Historical Society about Boca Ciega High School's
history. The Gulfport Historical Society invites everyone to attend this free
event on Friday, October 20 at 7 p.m.; the Society will serve light snacks and
refreshments, but encourages attendees to bring a dish to share if they so
desire. BYOB. People may also purchase annual museum memberships for $5
and new "Toss Your Mullet in Gulfport" t-shirts for $15.

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Book Lover's
Calendar for 2014
The Circle of Friends of the Gulfport
Library has a wonderful holiday
gift idea for you. The Book Lover's
Calendar 2014 (Workman Publishing)
is available for sale at the library for
$10. This is a real bargain as the
recommended retail price is $12.99.
Each day features a capsule review of
a classic, biography, history or a self-
help title and provides suggestions
for further reading. The Book Lover's
Calendar 2014 makes a wonderful
stocking stuffer. You may purchase
your calendar at the circulation desk
at the Gulfport Library, 5501 28th
Avenue S. and, while you are at the
library, please visit the Book Shop
for a wonderful selection of books for

Garden Club of
St. Petersburg Events
The following events will be held at
the Garden Club of St. Petersburg,
500 Sunset Drive S., St. Petersburg.
Call 727-381-8920 or visit www.
On Monday, October 7 at 10 a.m.
create a fence pole jack o'lantern,
a Creative Crafts program. Cost for
materials is $4.50 for guests.
On Thursday, October 10 at
10 a.m. come to a horticultural
seminar "Taking Care of Orchids"
with speaker Michael Polen of Art
Stone's Orchids. There will be orchids
for sale.
On Tuesday, October 22 at 1 p.m.
learn about "Landscaping with
Florida Plants" with speaker Bruce
Turley of Wilcox Nursery presented
by Jungle/Green Fingers Circles.
The Club will hold their Annual Fall
Plant and Garden Sale on Friday and
Saturday, October 25 and 26. Hours
are Friday, October 25, 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. and Saturday, October 26,
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Event features
tool sharpening, bee products,
demonstrations, buy a pumpkin (kids
decorate it free). Proceeds support
Garden Club of St. Petersburg's
Community Projects.

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Hear from Student
Veterans Association
On Saturday, September 28, Friends
of the St. Petersburg Main Library's
free public program will feature a
presentation by the University of
South Florida Student Veterans
Association. The program will help
bring awareness and understanding
of the efforts military veterans face in
resuming civilian lives on campus and
in the community. Student Veterans
Association president Ray Mollison,
an Army veteran of two tours in Iraq,
will be the speaker.
Beginning at 2 p.m., the program
will be in the auditorium of the
St. Petersburg Main Library, 3745
Ninth Avenue N., St. Petersburg.
The Friends will provide light
refreshments following the Student
Veterans Association presentation.
Ample parking is available on both
sides of the Library.
WUSF radio reporter and producer
Bobbie O'Brien has been closely
linked with the Student Veterans
Association and returning veterans
from around the Tampa Bay Area
as she has focused on the issues
facing military men and women
making the transition from areas
of conflict to re-entering the world
of family, community, continuing
educaiton, and civilian employment.
She frequently reports on activities
of the USF Student Veterans group
and is often a participant in their
presentations to groups.
Friends of the St. Petersburg
Main Library was founded over 50
years ago. Its purpose as a 501(c)(3)
nonprofit has been and continues to be
funding Library programs, such as the
children's summer reading projects
and programs to inform and enrich.
Each year they provide resources
for equipment and furnishings that
update the Library.
Annual dues help pay for all of the
Friends' activities and purchases
on behalf of the Library. Individual
memberships are $15 per year and
family memberships are $25. To
obtain a membership application, go
to http://www.splibraries.org/FOL
Main.htm. All memberships include
a Friends newsletter and notice of
public programs throughout the year,
all of which, with the exception of one
annual fundraiser, are presented free
of charge.

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Pictured (L-R): Bob Conroy, CEO of St. Petersburg General Hospital, Sharon Hayes, CEO
of Edward White Hospital, Christopher Mason, award recipient, Chief James Marenkovic,
Gulfport Fire Department.
Gulfport Fire Department Paramedic, Christopher Mathis was recognized
today as an HCA Pinellas County EMS All Star. Every year HCA hospitals in
Pinellas County recognize EMS service providers that exemplify HCA's core
values of service including respect, dignity, honesty, fairness, loyalty, integrity,
compassion and kindness as they deliver their services to the public.
Paramedic Christopher Mason was nominated by Chief James Marenkovic
for his heroic action of saving a 2-year old child from drowning in a pool.
Mason was off duty at the time, and heard screaming from a nearby home.
His immediate intervention of the unresponsive child saved the child's life.
The award was presented by Sharon Hayes, CEO of Edward White Hospital
and Bob Conroy, Jr, CEO of St. Petersburg General Hospital at the Gulfport
Fire Department.

SHard Candy

SBy Cathy Salustri

Clam Bayou: Nature's
Storm Sewer
Nature's storm sewer. Doesn't
that have a nice ring to it? No?
Well, welcome to Clam Bayou,
the second of what I call Gulfport's Big
Three of problems. The sewers are the
first and the most solvable, provided
we want to spend some money, which
we clearly don't. But the sanitary
sewers (there's irony for you) aren't
our only threat to our quality of life
in everyone's favorite funky seaside
town. On the edge of town, forgotten
by most of you, lies another threat:
Clam Bayou. Think of it as nature's
stormwater treatment plant, because
all the stuff that's on our roads and
lawns flows into Clam Bayou with every
heavy rain. Once there, the mangroves
and grass filter any impurities from
the water as best they can before the
water flows into Boca Ciega Bay. So,
sort of like a sewer treatment plant,
except for stormwater. Oh, and yes,
according to the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection (FDEP),
it has too much fecal coliform in it and
dissolved oxygen issues. So while it
may have some basis in fact, "Clam
Bayou: Nature's Stormwater Treatment
Plant" isn't what I would want floating
(no pun intended) around out there if I
were trying to brand the city.
That's a salient point because at city
council's most recent workshop they
debated branding Gulfport. At the next
workshop, council will debate what to
do if anything about Clam Bayou.
liT,. should we do anything about
Clam Bayou? After all, didn't the state
just restore the bayou at a cost of
millions? Well, sort of. It did something
and parts of Clam Bayou certainly
look better, yes, but we have no idea
if we should or not, because after all
that money, I still can't find a water
quality test that shows what disgusting
things were or were not in the water
before the state redesigned how water
meandered through Clam Bayou.
That means that no matter what
we test for now and I don't believe
anyone's testing for anything, despite
assurances from two state agencies
that they have reports on the Bayou -
we have no idea whether Clam Bayou

is better or worse. A few years ago, the
Tampa Bay Estuary Program tested
certain parts of the bottom and found
the pesticides DDT and chlordane as
well as other chemicals many related
to automobiles in the sediment.
Every governing body proceeding to
absolutely nothing about this. What's
more, despite repeated requests over
the past decade, I've yet to see a single
water quality test for Clam Bayou,
which I find odd, considering the
Southwest Florida Water Management
District deemed it worthy of a few
million dollars to redesign the bayou.
FDEP told me Tuesday it prepared a
report and promised to send it to me,
but I've yet to see it.
Of course, we know the muck that's
the technical term and it doesn't have
to be a pejorative; in the 'Glades,
muck's a good thing contains toxins,
yet I adamantly oppose to dredging
the bottom or posting signs warning
anglers about the bayou's toxicity.
.li. ? Three reasons.
One, we have made no effort to stop
the petrochemical runoff from flowing
into the Bayou, so dredging out
contaminants before we stop the flow
makes no sense. It's like having a sewer
spewing human waste all over ('lI. i i'.
Park but deciding to cut the grass so it
doesn't look so icky. Two, we have to be
careful when we talk about dredging,
because charts as far back as the 16th
century reflect a depth of less than a
foot at the mouth of Clam Bayou. Like
it or not, Clam Bayou's functioning as
it should a treatment system for all
the toxins we have on our roadways,
golf courses, and yards. If we make
Clam Bayou deeper, the water won't
stay in Clam Bayou long enough to get
treated properly, and then we have a
larger problem: a toxic Boca Ciega Bay.
Yes, Clam Bayou may have been deeper
when boats traversed it, prop dredging
out the sand. But that was also when
Boca Ciega Bay lost all its sea grass
and the state sued Pinellas County to
stop developing on the shallow body of
water. When we stopped prop dredging
Clam Bayou, Boca Ciega Bay started
to recover. What happens to Boca
Ciega Bay if we speed up the water
flow through the only remaining tidal
estuary on the Bay?
Actually, we don't know. And that's

my third and largest reason for
hesitating to jump in with any fixes: our
ignorance. We don't know that dredging
is the best solution, and we don't know
that it isn't. I oppose dredging and I
just as stridently oppose doing nothing.
I like the idea that if we get grant
money from BP, we'll use it to stop the
flow of toxins into Clam Bayou, but I
don't like the idea of only doing it if we
get a grant. Our natural environments
should be a priority all the time, not
just at our fiscal convenience.
So where does that leave me? Well,
on the side of logic. So far, we've heard
from me. We've heard from people who
think we need to dredge and post signs
warning of the Bayou's toxicity. We've
heard sort of from a state agency
who remapped the bayou and then,
much like a televangelist, pronounced
it healed but failed to provide any test
results showing how. Who haven't we
heard from?
Science. We haven't heard from science.
You know, an impartial observation
of facts that lead to a conclusion as
to what we should do to about Clam
Bayou's issues. I have strong feelings
about how to fix things, but somewhere
along the way I neglected to get my
hydrology degree, as did everyone else
who has expressed vehement opinions
on the subject.
But since our city council will discuss
this very issue next week... what if they
decided that it was time to consider not
opinions but fact and directed city staff
to find a hydrologist who didn't work for
the state or any other interested party?
What if they asked for a hydrologist to
evaluate the bayou for water quality
and make suggestions as to what
should happen?
Ah, hello, logic. Even the people who
think I have some hidden agenda
(spoiler alert: I don't. The environment
is my agenda, first, last, and always)
can't disagree with a scientist testing
the water and testing the fish for toxins.
Of course, the Clam Bayou issue, over
the past decade, has devolved into some
sort of buffet of craziness. And you
cannot bring a side of logic to a crazy
buffet and expect people to eat it.
Except, of course, I'd like to think that
our council has the good sense to dig

Contact Cathy Salustri at
Update: the DEPjust sent the
Gabber a copy of its report on Clam
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James Fox Tree Service
Owner/Operator for over 20 years
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Hazardous limb removal
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Mowing, Edging, Hedge Trimming
Sodding, Planting & Mulching
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Certified. Call Tony 727-639-2199 or 727-347-
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Experience. Reasonable Rates. Well & Pumps.
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service. 727-460-0327.
DAN'S HAULING-727-341-1135. Full Service
Clean-ups. Drop Off Trailers.

PINNIX PAINTING INC.- Interior, Exterior. In
Business Locally Since 1980. Free Estimates.
Commercial Residential References Upon
Request. Lic. #C4334. 548-9293.
Painting. Making happy customers for 30yrs.
Pressure Cleaning, Honest, Reliable. 727-344-
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Home. Contract Work: Requires $40 Materials
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liquor bar) Open Availability. Must have Great
Personality. Immediate Openings. McNally's
923 72nd St. N.
Mature companions, homemakers, CNA's
needed for elderly adults. Flexible schedule.
Call Visiting Angels today. 727-822-3034.
$125 week. Call 727-343-6187.
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Gabber Advertiser. House Calls. John Suto-
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Call or Text 727-709-2774.
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300pp. Weddings, Meetings, Celebrations.
Lithuanian American Club 4880 46th Ave. N.
St. Petersburg. Vida 727-866-7936.
Parties, Weddings, Meetings. Great Water-
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Info and Dates. 321-5717.
Party. Lots of references. Call Banjos & More
at 727-368-0035 to book your next celebra-
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Florida, to Provide 125 Meals (hot breakfast,
lunches & snacks). Bid packets and Specifica-
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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 ni-
net days, nine times a day. Then publish this
prayer. Thank You, Jesus.
- 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).
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cession and Each Tuesday a Candle Shal
Be Lighted and a Copy of This Prayer Lft in
the Church to Help Another Soul in Distress
and Support the Devotion to St. Michael. This
Miraculous Saint Grants Everything, No Mat-
ter How Difficult, Before the Termination of 9
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