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Undefeated A better year for the golf courseLargo reports gains, restructuring efforts for city-owned attraction By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO The Largo Golf Course wont need the $75,000 subsidy it usually receives to help balance its books. Revenues reported for the fiscal year 2012 are up, and expenditures have decreased. The golf course, which has been criticized as a drain on the city of Largo budget, expects its financial situation to only improve. Im a pretty optimistic person, (but) if you had told me that we would be in this position within one year, even I was surprised, Recreation Parks and Arts Director Joan Byrne told the Largo commission Nov. 11. I want to publicly acknowledge the hard work that was done by the staff at the golf course. Budget manager Amy Davis said that the golf course beat its projected revenue by about $88,000 for green fees, carts and rental reservations, in the past year. It wont need the $75,000 subsidy budgeted from the general fund, she said. We had about $72,000 less expenditures than budgeted and $14,000 less than fiscal year 2011. Essentially that created an operating gain for us of $23,000, she said. Golf course Manager Chip Potts said his staff implemented a number of new strategies that helped create the positive balance. First, a reorganization of staff allowed for greater flexibility and reduced cost of overtime. The course also reviewed and modified its maintenance contracts, saving money. Potts said staff reviewed and adjusted golf rates based on the season. The free golf promotional coupons were eliminated, as they did not bring return customers. They also refocused programs and activities which maybe had been nontraditional to golf courses, increased promotional efforts and recruited permanent leagues, Potts said. We tried to take a look at it not so much as a golf course, but as a recreation site, as a destination. And I think that helped with the way the programming went to bring in new participants, he said. See GOLF COURSE, page 3A By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO The city of Largo honored all veterans with a nighttime ceremony at the Military Court of Honor in Largo Central Park Nov. 11, but paid a special tribute to its recently fallen hero, Army Staff Sgt. Matthew Sitton. City Manager Mac Craig presented two eagles, usually reserved for city employees who have served in the military, to Sittons family his parents Steve and Cheryl Sitton and his widow, Sarah, holding their son, Brodey, who recently turned 1. Matthew Sitton died Aug. 2, at age 26, while serving in Afghanistan. Matthew was an exceptional soldier, said Craig. The proof of that to me was, while attending his funeral, meeting and seeing the many soldiers who had served with him in different assignments, who came to his funeral from all over the nation and one even attending from Germany. Features Classieds . . . . . . . . .5-7B Community . . . . . .12, 14, 16A County . . . . . . . . . . . .4A Entertainment . . . . . . .1-4,8B Largo . . . . . . . . . .2-3, 5A Lifestyles . . . . . . . . . . .9A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Outdoors . . . . . . . . . .15A Police beat . . . . . . . . .6-7A Sports . . . . . . . . . .10-11A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .13A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising LARGOHoliday events Check out the calendar of events for an array of Christmas festitvities throughout Largo in the upcoming weeks. ... Page 2A.POLICE BEATShooting death investigatedDetectives of the Largo Police Department began investigating an apparent shooting at the Suburban Lodge, 6550 Ulmerton Road in Largo, on the afternoon of Nov. 12. The preliminary investigation indicates that one female may have shot the other and then attempted suicide, police reported. ... Page 6A.SPORTSTriRocking itLargos Matthew Riccardi, 17, pictured, was one of many competitors at the TriRock triathlon in Clearwater on Nov. 11. ... Page 10A.COMMUNITYClub hosts health care speaker Dr. David McKalip, a neurosurgeon in St. Petersburg, will be the keynote speaker at the meeting of the Republican Club of Greater Largo Nov. 15. He will discuss the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly called Obamacare, and its effect on the medical profession and patients. McKalip has written and lectured extensively on the topic. ... Page 12A.A Veterans Day ceremonyCity of Largo pays tribute to local, national heroesCounty commissioners to be sworn in Read reactions from the election winners ... Page 4A. Film opens in local theaters this week, along with the final Twilight installment ... 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Millions of people in the Northeast are dealing with the death and destruction left behind after the storm made landfall Oct. 29 near Atlantic City on the southern coast of New Jersey. Officially, Sandy is the second costliest hurricane in U.S. history, behind Hurricane Katrina. Officials place damage estimates at $30 billion to $60 billion. Sandys storm surge flooded streets, tunnels and subway lines in New York City and millions throughout the region were left without power. And to add to the misery, a Noreaster dumped additional rain and snow on the New York City metro area Nov. 7. Federal Emergency Management Agency officials say people in the Northeast can use all the help they can get. A team from Pinellas Countys Emergency Management Department left the morning of Nov. 9, and headed to New York City. Tom Iovino, Doug Meyer and Doug Blackwell joined emergency management professionals from Pasco and Polk counties on a mission expected to last 10 days. The team members will be supporting the New York City Office of Emergency Management through the nationwide Emergency Management Assistance Compact. The team will help with logistics center staffing and other various emergency support function needs. They are expected to return to Florida on Nov. 20. If time allows, Iovino, a member of the Communications Department, will be posting updates from NYC at pinellasem.tumblr.com. A post on Sunday said that when the Tampa Bay team arrived, the See VETERANS, page 4A See RELIEF, page 4APhoto by JIM LAYFIELDLargo High Schools Jarvis Stewart runs 10 yards for his first of two touchdowns in a high school football game Nov. 9 at home against Gibbs. The Packers went on to post a 34-17 victory to finish the regular season undefeated. For more photos, see page 11A.Photo by JULIANA A. TORRESBob Bober of American Legion Post 119, at the podium, explains the symbolism in the elements of a table set for one, representing the prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action, as members of the Largo Police & Fire Honor Guard stand at attention during the city of Largos Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11. A new city leaderNewly elected Commissioner Jamie Robinson and Mayor Pat Gerard take the oath of office Nov. 13. ... Page 5A.VIEWPOINTSBob Driver Columnist has a say on quotes from one of the greatest minds in history. Page 13A.


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Indulge in savory sweets, surrounded by the holiday lights in the park during the Rotary Club of Largos premier fundraiser. The night also will feature live entertainment, a silent auction and door prizes. The event has raised more than $20,000 annually and $275,000 over the past 15 years for local youth programs. This year, the Rotary Club hopes to increase the attendance and number of sponsors dramatically. We are expecting big things at Death by Chocolate this year: more sponsors, more guests more chocolate! stated President-elect Steven Moore. I mean, why not? It is for the kids. So far, the group has surpassed its goals each and every year. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 on the day of event. For more information, to see all event sponsors or to purchase tickets, visit www.largodeathbychocolate.com or call 587-6793. GOLF COURSE, from page 1APotts said golf course staff intended to continue the positive momentum by trying out new ideas to stimulate revenue. Were going to be increasing our fees slightly, which should help to bringing a jump in revenue, especially during the busy season coming up, he said. The golf course would bring on another golf professional to teach classes in the mid-week during the busy season, transferring to youth programming during the summer. Keeping a youth interest was key to the future success, Potts said. The course would be increasing its marketing outreach to youth and women as well. We have a nice little niche in that we can attract women golfers because of the shorter distances. Thats something that were going to focus on, Potts said. Along with partnering with the chamber for Networking on the Nines events in the off-season, the course was considering sponsorship opportunities. Potts acknowledged that good weather played a part in the golf courses success. He said he was working on building cash reserves to fall back on during bad weather. Commissioner Curtis Holmes, who has been one of two commissioners in favor of leasing the golf course to a private entity, congratulated Potts for his success. But he did question the updated numbers in the golf courses five-year plan. Youre projecting five-fold increase in net revenues next year? he asked. Potts confirmed that the golf course had projected about $121,000 in net revenues next year, up from the $23,000 he was reporting for the 2012 year. He pointed out that raising the rates by just a $1 during the busy winter season, when the golf course averages 20,000 rounds, would raise $20,000. That works for me, Holmes said. Commissioner Harriet Crozier also commended the golf course staff. In the golf course business, it goes up and down, and you just need to hang in there and not be so eager to get rid of it, she said. Maintenance contract stalledLargo commissioners were divided on the approval of an expanded landscaping contract that will save the city $6,100 annually and replace a staff vacancy in the Parks Division. A decision on the issues was delayed due to a tied vote; Mayor Pat Gerard was absent. Buccaneer Landscape Management has had a two-year contract with the city since June. The contract covers the work of three Parks Division staff vacancies and saves the city $62,700 annually. Shortly after the commission approved the contract, however, another grounds maintenance worker position came open. To cover the vacancy, Buccaneer has been maintaining the properties of Ulmer Park, Largo Municipal Complex and the Largo Community Center. However, changes to the contract have to be approved by the commission. The city union, Communications Workers of America, does not support the expanded contract, preferring the city to increase its grounds workers from the current crew of three to four. Crozier and Commissioners Michael Smith and Gigi Arntzen voted against approval of the contract. Newly elected Commissioner Jamie Robinson replaced Arntzen, who has since retired. The contract will be considered again on Nov. 20.City donates lot to HabitatThe commission approved the donation of a city-owned, single-family lot at 2650 Eighth Ave. SW. to the Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County Nov. 7. The previous owner of the home received a housing rehabilitation loan several years ago from the city, but died without a will. Her family requested the city take ownership of the property through foreclosure on the technicality that there was no longer a qualified owner-occupant living there, according to city staff. The city took ownership in June and discovered a severe mold problem. Staff demolished the building and proposed the donation of the remaining lot to Habitat for Humanity. Ron Spoor, chief operations officer for the county Habitat for Humanity, said the organization has built more than 15 homes in Largo and was sincerely appreciative to the city. The city was owed about $70,000 on the existing loan and spent $4,000 demolishing the home.


Briefs4A County Leader, November 15, 2012crew working at the New York Citys office of Emergency Management had been at their posts since the threat of Hurricane Sandy nearly three weeks. The requests for assets come in first to the dispatchers, Iovino explained. They process a mountain of calls for all types of things needed for the storm recovery. Generators. Clothing. Medical supplies. Scaffolding. The works, he blogged. One of the citys employees told me the disaster is kind of like trying to fix a cars motor while someone is still revving the engine. Florida has pledged to do what it can to help its neighbors to the north. A team of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission law enforcement officers went to New Jersey the first weekend in November, and emergency personnel from the Seminole Tribe of Florida traveled to New York to aid the Shinnecock Indian Tribe. State emergency officials say that Florida teams will remain available to assist as long as they are needed. Individual emergency managers have assisted in Maryland with sheltering and mass feeding and another is scheduled to go to New Jersey to assist with donations management next week. Emergency management professionals from across the state of Florida are working to aid our neighbors in the Northeast in their efforts to respond to and recover from Hurricane Sandy, said Florida Division of Emergency Management Director Bryan W. Koon. I am proud of the teams who volunteered their time to help and know that Florida will continue to selflessly answer the call to aid our fellow Americans in their time of need. As the most hurricane prone state in the nation, we know that disasters can be devastating. Through donations and assistance from across Florida, we can help the northeast states recover and rebuild after Hurricane Sandy. Emergency officials urge Floridians to donate responsibly and refer individuals interested in assisting to www.VolunteerFlorida.org. The best way to help is to donate cash through a reputable relief organization, state officials say. Donating cash through established relief organizations allows for versatility to meet needs as they arise. If you have goods to donate, be sure to confirm the need through a relief organization before donating. AT&T and Verizon customers can text to donate $10 to the American Red Cross (text REDCROSS to 90999), Salvation Army (text STORM to 80888) or American Humane Society (text HUMANE to 80888). The donations are added to a customers phone bill. People interest in donating also can do so online. The National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster has a complete list of established relief organizations, which can be broken down by state. Just visit www.nvoad.org/donate. Businesses that want to help are encouraged to contact the Federal Emergency Management Agencys Industry Liaison Program via email at FEMA-Industry@dhs.gov or call 202-646-1895. As many as 41 deaths in New York City have been attributed to Sandy and 19 in Staten Island, according to media reports. The storm is blamed for at least 100 deaths in the United States and Canada with another 69 deaths reported in the Caribbean. Floridians well remember the aftermath of the 2004 and 2005 storms, Charley, Frances, Jeanne, Ivan, Dennis, Katrina and Wilma, and the long road to recovery that began after the dust settled, Koon said. In those situations, neighbor reached out to neighbor to help recover and rebuild. Photo by TALIA FRENKEL/AMERICAN RED CROSSNeighbors in Staten Island, New York warm up by a fire Nov. 6, the day before a Noreaster came through dumping more rain and snow on the hard hit area. RELIEF, from page 1AThe eagles were given in appreciation for your service and full measure of devotion to your nation, from the city and residents of Largo, Craig added. Eagles also were presented to Assistant Fire Chief Doug Swartz and Police Lt. Michael Loux, who both served in the U.S. Marine Corps. Largo Mayor Pat Gerard spoke during the ceremony. On Veterans Day we express our appreciation for all those who put on the uniform of the armed forces, for those that signed up in the heat of a world war, knowing that they would be sent to the battlefield and for those that signed up to train in the reserves one weekend a month, not knowing if they would need those skills, she said. Her own speech hit a personal note when she commended those who spent the duration of World War II on an island in the Pacific, like my father-in-law did. Her father-in-law passed away a couple of months ago, she explained. Gerard called for the nation to keep its veterans from becoming homeless and demand job preference and the highest quality of health care for its heroes. The keynote speaker for the ceremony was Lt. Col. Norma Vargus of the U.S. Army, assigned at U.S. Central Command as chief of the analysis branch. This Veterans Day we honor and thank more than 22 million American veterans, Vargus said. We honor these true heroes who selfishly supported and defended this great nation, giving their lives, sometimes paying the ultimate price for the freedom and ideals we love and cherish every day. She also highlighted the role of military families. Our veterans families also deserve our collective thanks. Their support makes the service of their loved ones possible, she said. The tribute featured music by local residents. The Florida Fanfare Brass opened the ceremony, with Suzan Sinz, C.J. Love and Nija Case singing the national anthem. Raquel Montoya sang God Bless America a cappella and Ashley Brinton played Amazing Grace on the bagpipes. The ceremony concluded with a three-gun volley and the playing of taps. Army Lt. Col. Norma VargusFour Pinellas commissioners to be sworn in By SUZETTE PORTERFour Pinellas County Commissioners will be sworn into office Nov. 20 two incumbents and two newly elected. Incumbent Commissioner Karen Williams Seel, who represents District 5, was elected without opposition. The other incumbent, Kenneth T. Welch, who represents District 7, took in nearly 70 percent of the vote Nov. 6 to win a fourth term in office. Im honored to have received such strong support from Pinellas voters in both the primary and general election, Welch said. This is a critical time for Pinellas. We face many complex challenges and opportunities. I look forward to continuing my work with the commission, and the broader community, to build a brighter future for Pinellas. Welchs challenger and political newcomer Buck Walz was gracious in defeat. I knew I had an uphill battle from the beginning, Walz said. I am very glad I ran. Mr. Welch has been a well-respected community leader here in Pinellas for a long time. It was a clean race, and Mr. Welch has been respectful and pleasant from the beginning. I have a new appreciation for what our elected officials go through on a daily basis. Walz sent a big thank you to all who supported me for the last year, while expressing disappointment about the outcome in two other commission races. It was a great race, Walz said. I am sad we lost two great leaders on our commission though. The leaders Walz is referring to are Nancy Bostock and Neil Brickfield, both first-term commissioners, who were defeated in their bid for a second four-year term. Brickfield, like Walz, also was gracious in defeat and thanked his constituents for his four years of service. It was an honor to be one of the commissioners for Pinellas County, Brickfield said. I enjoyed every day of my service. I hope Im leaving Pinellas County a greater place than I found it. It was a great four years and I was excited to be elected. As to his future, Brickfield said there were many opportunities out there for him and his family. God has a plan, he said. Theres a lot you can do to help your community without being an elected official. I am thankful to everyone who supported this campaign in so many ways, Bostock said the day after the election. Unfortunately, between the national tide for the Democratic ticket and the relentless tirade from the (other) local newspaper over a single issue (fluoride), we came up short. I regret that I will be unable to continue to serve our community in this same role and promote limited government and individual freedom on our County Commission. Bostock also is looking toward the future. I was active in the community and active volunteering in the political process long before my first election to the School Board, and I will continue to serve our community. In some ways, it is exciting to think about what might come next. Janet Long for the District 1 at-large seat on the commission defeated Brickfield. Long received just over 55 percent of the 421,903 votes cast in the race. I think the voters of Pinellas County spoke loud and clear yesterday that they want moderate leadership on their County Commission, Long said. I am honored, excited and very humbled by the overwhelming support. I look forward very much to working on the solutions to the challenges facing our county and bringing common sense to the County Commission. Bostock was defeated by Charlie Justice for the District 3 atlarge position. Justice received just over 52 percent of the 422,929 votes cast. I am grateful for the support and confidence that our neighbors here have shown in me, Justice said. I appreciate our volunteers sharing their time, talent and treasure with the campaign. I will work hard to continue to earn Pinellas citizens trust during my term on the Commission fully knowing that public service is a gift from the public to the elected official. The agenda for the Nov. 20 Commission meeting will not be released until Friday, Nov. 16. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. Incoming commissioners are sworn in prior to the official start of business; however, a time for the ceremony has not been announced.Gualtieri winsBob Gualtieri won his first term as Pinellas County sheriff, picking up just over 59 percent of the vote against opponent Scott Swope. Write-in candidate Greg Pound brought in less than 1 percent. Gualtieri was appointed to the job in 2011 after former Sheriff Jim Coats took early retirement. Gualtieris first foray into politics came when he defeated former Sheriff Everett Rice in the August primary. I am thankful to the voters of Pinellas County for their confidence in me and to all of our volunteers and supporters for all of their help over the past 18 months, Gualtieri said. This was a long, hard race and it is because of the tireless work by a lot of people that we were successful yesterday. I look forward to moving the Sheriffs Office forward, continuing to reduce crime and navigating continued budget challenges. Pinellas County is a safe place to live and work and we will make sure it stays that way.Obama carries county and stateFrom the time early results were posted at the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Office Nov. 6, it was apparent that Pinellas County voters favored President Barack Obama for four more years. Unofficial results at votepinellas.com updated on Nov. 9 showed Obama ahead in Pinellas with just over 52 percent of the 458,898 votes cast to almost 46.5 percent for the Republican Mitt Romney. The tally included votes cast for nine minor party candidates and write-in votes. Florida remained too close to call until Saturday when elections officials finally announced that Obama had garnered the majority of the popular vote to grab the states 29 electoral votes. According to results from the Florida Department of State Division of Elections, Obama received 50 percent of 8,470,242 votes cast in the presidential election. Romney picked up 49.14 percent with the rest split between 14 other candidates. The Electoral College will meet Dec. 17 to cast their votes. Congress will count the vote on Jan. 6. As of Nov. 11, Obama had 332 electoral votes to 206 for Romney. A candidate must receive at least 270 to win. Florida Gov. Rick Scott released a statement Saturday afternoon shortly after the noon deadline for county canvassing boards to report election results to the state. Around 8.5 million Floridians voted in this general election more votes than in any other election in state history, Scott said. A record of nearly 4.8 million Floridians also voted early and (used) absentee (mail) ballots. We are glad so many voters made their voices heard in this election, but as we go forward we must see improvement in our election process. Complaints came in from across the state about long lines and waits of four hours or more at some polling places. We need to make improvements for Florida voters, and it is important to look at processes on the state and county level, Scott said. We will carefully review suggestions for bettering the voting process in our state. Pinellas County didnt have a problem with long lines. Newly re-elected Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark said, Things went smoothly, when asked for comment after the polls closed Nov. 6. She said she was pleased with the number of mail ballots requested and returned this year. She was happy with the turnout and that people werent deterred by the four-page ballot. Pinellas Countys registered voters requested a record 308,842 ballots and 80.6 percent were returned. The previous record was set in 2010 when 258,606 mail ballots were requested; 72.5 percent were returned. But Election Day wasnt perfect in Pinellas. The night of Thursday, Nov. 8, Elections officials were continuing to respond to requests for information from Tampa Bay Times about robocalls that went out the morning of Nov. 6 encouraging citizens to return their mail ballots by 7 p.m. tomorrow. Clark released another explanation to all media sources about what happened. On Nov. 5, at 4:50 p.m., we used an automated dialing service to initiate a courtesy call to 38,702 Pinellas County voters to remind them that the election was tomorrow and to return their mail ballot by 7 p.m. Election Day, Clark said. It was anticipated that the calls would be completed by 8 p.m. that day. On Nov. 6, at 8:44 a.m., we discovered that all of the calls were not completed on Nov. 5, and the remaining calls had resumed at 8 a.m. In an effort to avoid any confusion to our voters, we immediately stopped the calls and within 22 minutes of the discovery sent an update message. Clark said 96 percent of the affected voters received the updated message within the hour, and 99 percent by 11:02 a.m. Staff made repeated calls to the remaining 46 voters throughout the day and all but 16 voters were reached, Clark said. This was a voter outreach to encourage our voters to return their mail ballots by the legal deadline. We regret any inconvenience which may have resulted. Nancy Whitlock, Pinellas County Elections administrator, added that Elections staff did not restart the calls or log into the calling system until 8:34 a.m., which was done to stop the calls and update the message to change the word tomorrow to Election Day. Whitlock said staff had scheduled the calls to go out between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Nov. 5. We thought all of the calls would be made that day, she said. We did not want the calls to be made on Election Day.Voter turnoutAlthough not yet official, voter turnout in Pinellas was 73.7 percent, which includes ballots cast on Election Day, early voting, mail ballots and provisional ballots. It was the second highest turnout, behind the 77.47 percent turnout reported in 2004. Whitlock said official results would not be released until Nov. 16 after the 10 days allowed for overseas ballots has passed. State officials said only a handful of overseas and military ballots are believed to remain outstanding. For more information and to view complete results from Nov. 6, visit www.votepinellas.com. Stories detailing results also are available at www.TBNweekly.com. The election winners are, top row, from left, Pinellas County Commissioners Ken Welch, Charlie Justice and Janet Long; bottom, Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark and Sheriff Bob Gualtieri. VETERANS, from page 1AVacancies open for Seminole Recreation DistrictRsums are now being accepted for three appointments to the Greater Seminole Area Special Recreation District. The Greater Seminole Area Special Recreation District is a sevencommissioner district responsible for the administration of the recreational land and facilities included in the district. Five members are appointed by the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners and two by the Seminole City Council. Currently, there are two four-year terms open. Another vacancy has opened with two years left to the term. Members are required to be registered voters of the district and to have lived within the district for at least one year prior to the appointment. For information on district boundaries, call Timothy Schuler at 398-0011. Rsums must be sent no later than the close of business on Wednesday, Nov. 21. The commission will make their selections at the Tuesday, Nov. 27, Board of County Commissioners meeting. Email rsums to cmeinck@pinellascounty.org. Mail rsums to: Cyndi Meinck, Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners Pinellas County Courthouse, Fifth Floor, 315 Court St., Clearwater, FL 33756.MPO launches transportation websiteThe Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization has kicked off an effort to create a 30-year blueprint for the entire county transportation system. Through new and innovative methods of participation, such as www.TellUsPinellas.com, residents can help shape the county transportation plan. We want to engage the public in a dialogue about issues, needs, and strategies to achieve community goals, such as strengthening our economy and improving accessibility, said Sarah Ward, interim executive director of the Pinellas County MPO. Residents and commuters using the website www.TellUsPinellas.com will help identify critical transportation issues and develop a list of needs in the community to help determine the right projects for the future of transportation in Pinellas. The site is being used to ask residents and commuters those who know the transportation system best their thoughts on different topics during different phases of the plan. Within each topic, Web users have the ability to suggest ideas, agree with others ideas they support, and provide insight on how residents and commuters will be affected by the plan. Some topics currently on the site include: Important needs for the countys transportation system Congestion hot spots Safety concerns on roadways, sidewalks, trails, or anywhere else Visit www.TellUsPinellas.com to learn more about the transportation plan, and stay informed during the different phases of the planning process.October 2012 breaks all records at PSTAST. PETERSBURG Preliminary estimates indicate that Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority provided 1,287,301 rides during October 2012 more than any other month in agency history. Octobers ridership was an increase of more than 16,000 over the previous monthly mark set in March and a 14 percent increase as compared to October 2011. October was the 12th consecutive monthly record and is a strong start toward setting yet another annual ridership mark in 2013. Last year, PSTAs ridership jumped by more than 915,000, which is a 7 percent increase over 2010-11. Transit officials across the country say that a 2to 3=percent annual increase is considered a strong gain, so for PSTA to more than double that mark is an outstanding showing. PSTA officials said many factors play a role in boosting ridership including record-breaking tourism, rising fuel prices, and an improving economy. Approximately half of all PSTA riders are going to and from work, and leaders are optimistic that the ridership gains are a sign of a strengthening economy. In light of this record ridership and demand for transit, PSTA leaders are working on a comprehensive, community-wide bus plan that features transit-friendly land use and a potential light rail transit corridor. To learn more about the Pinellas Community Bus Plan and to participate in a survey, visit busplan.psta.net. Visit PSTA.net or call the PSTA InfoLine at 540-1900.Inspector General seeks public inputPinellas County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller Office of Inspector General is undergoing a Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation assessment to retain its state level accreditation. The original accreditation was awarded in 2010. The Pinellas office of Inspector General was the first Clerk of the Court office in the state to achieve the initial CFA accreditation and is the first one to go through the reaccreditation process. A team of CFA assessors will arrive on Tuesday, Dec. 4 to examine all aspects of the Pinellas Office of Inspector Generals Investigations Section, including policies, procedures, management, operations and support services. The CFA Team Leader Management Analyst Juli Brown from Florida Wildlife Commission Division of Law Enforcement will be working with team member Deputy Chief Inspector Dawn Case from Gov. Rick Scotts office. As part of the on-site assessment, agency members and the public are invited to offer comments to the assessment team. For more information regarding CFA or to offer written comments about the Office of Inspector General, please write to CFA, P.O. Box 1489, Tallahassee, FL 32302 or email info@flaccreditation.org.


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Randy Lee as a Landscape Designer is making a substantial contribution to our areas welfare and progress and beauty. We are happy to include him in this review for he has set the principles by which his business is guided and his business, with modern outlook, combined with unforgotten lessons is certain to prosper. Check his website at www.landscapesbyrl.com We Recommend Landscapes by Randy Lee! Call: 727-421-2715Honesty and integrity in the automobile business are as important as know-how in attaining customer satisfaction, for the layman must often seek the advice of the dealer when seeking the proper automobile to suit his particular need. In this area, the people have learned that at Bargain Auto Mart at 5940 58th St. N., they receive honest answers and automobiles to suit their needs. They are backed not only by the buying experience of Mike but by his integrity as well. 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A single, .38-caliber revolver was found in the hotel room with the woman. Staff at the 6550 Ulmerton Road hotel told police that the two women were supposed to check out Nov. 12. When they didnt, staff checked on the room that afternoon and found them inside Castaneda dead and Dunlop critically wounded. Police are still investigating the events that led up to the woman both being shot. They believe that the two knew each other and were friends, according to reports. No charges have been filed in the investigation. for battery of a law enforcement officer. Bond for the Pinellas charges was set at $72,000. He is being held at the Pinellas County Jail.Deputies seek motorcyclist in hit and runSAFETY HARBOR Pinellas County sheriffs deputies are looking for a motorcyclist who hit a 16year-old Safety Harbor girl about 9:30 p.m. Nov. 9. According to the sheriffs report, Tina Craddock and some friends were walking north on 10th Avenue North in the Lincoln Highlands subdivision in Safety Harbor about 9:30 p.m. When Craddock turned west onto Seventh Street North to head home, she was struck by a motorcycle heading eastbound. Craddock was taken by air to Bayfront Medical Center for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. The motorcycle operator fled the scene. Deputies have not released a description of the motorcycle rider. Pieces of broken plastic, believed to be from the fairing of the motorcycle were found at the scene. The pieces are blue in color. Anyone with information that may assist deputies in identifying the motorcyclist is asked to contact Deputy William Short at 582-6200.Grocery store robbery suspect at largePINELLAS PARK An unidentified white male robbed the Aldis Supermarket, located at 9021 U.S. 19 N., on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Pinellas Park police responded to the report of a robber at 5:39 p.m. Police say the suspect entered the store and demanded cash from a cashier. After being given an undisclosed amount of money, he fled. No weapon was observed and the suspect remains at large. The suspect is in his 20s, is about 6 to 6 tall and weighs approximately 200 lbs. He has a goatee and was last seen wearing a white long sleeve shirt, blue shorts with a white curving stripe, a tan baseball hat and tennis shoes. To report information about this case to the Criminal Investigation Section of the Pinellas Park Police Department, call 541-0758. Those wishing to remain anonymous or who would like to be eligible for a cash reward are asked to contact Crime Stoppers of Pinellas County at 800-873-TIPS (8477).Triathlon worker arrestedCLEARWATER A triathlon worker was arrested for aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer and fleeing/eluding on Nov. 11, according to a Clearwater Police Facebook report. Christopher Fusco, 43, of Holiday was working for the TriRock Triathlon as a day laborer when he allegedly loaded a 3000W Honda Generator into the trunk of a 2005 Hyundai, the report said. Another employee saw this and confronted the suspect. Fusco stated that it was his, but when challenged by the witness, Fusco removed it from his trunk and fled the scene in his vehicle. A Clearwater police officer found the vehicle in the 600 block of S. Gulfview Boulevard and initiated a traffic stop. Fusco failed to stop and took off at a high rate of speed, the report said. While fleeing, Fusco purposely entered another responding police officers lane of travel, attempting to strike him head-on, the report said. The officer took evasive action in order to avoid the collision, and Fusco continued east on Bayway Boulevard at a high rate of speed. He was later located on Palm Island NE under a dock and was taken into custody. Fusco is charged with escape, resisting an officer with violence, grand theft, burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, fleeing or eluding at a high rate of speed/wanton disregard, battery on a law enforcement officer, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, and a Pasco County violation of paroleWoman, 27, dies in hotel shooting City traffic unit awardedLARGO The Largo Police Departments traffic safety unit received several awards at Remove Intoxicated Drivers, or R.I.D., Tampa Bays annual We All Make A Difference awards banquet on Nov. 8. Four officers were recognized for the high number of driving under the influence arrests they made in their efforts to remove intoxicated drivers from the streets of Largo, saving countless lives, according to the department. Those awarded were Officer Ann Starling, Officer Steve Calderone, Officer Jorge Alameda and Officer Christine Silverstein. The Traffic Unit also was the recipient of the Great Bay Distributors 2012 Traffic Unit of the Year award. CLEARWATER Clearwater police arrested a suspect Nov. 6 in connection to a shooting. Preston Bell, 26, of Clearwater allegedly pistol whipped and shot a man in what appeared to be a robbery in the area of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and LaSalle Street, the report said. The victim was taken to a local hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. Police received a tip and found Bell at the 1600 block of Fulton Street at a friends house. A SWAT callout was activated, due to the fact that Bell was possibly armed. He was taken into custody without incident, charged with robbery with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery touch/strike with a deadly weapon. He was being held at the Pinellas County Jail on $70,000 bond.Clearwater police arrest Nov. 6 shooting suspect


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Information to know: Arrive at least one hour early because parking will be congested. All races begin on Keene Road just south of Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard except for the Fun Run. Use sidewalks when approaching the school. Do not walk or stand on neighborhood lawns. Line up to start according to speed, with the fastest runners up front and the slowest to the rear. Walkers should start at the back of the crowd. Noncompetitive wheelchair participants should start at the back of the crowd. Bicycles, wagons, roller blades, skates and animals are not allowed on the course. Free refreshments are available at the finish line for registered participants. Bathrooms are located on the east side of the stadium, and portable toilets will be along the north side of the stadium. A medical tent and medical personnel will be available at the finish line. T-shirts can be picked up on Monday, Nov. 19, Tuesday, Nov. 20, and Wednesday, Nov. 21 or on race day before or after the race with a T-shirt stub from race number. One must have a stub to receive a shirt. Trophies will be awarded to the first, second and third place male and female winners in the Wingding and Turkey Trot in the Open, Master (40+ years old) and Grand Master (50+ years old) levels. Trophies will be awarded to first-place male and female winners in the Gobbler. Top finisher awards will go to the first 125 male and 125 female finishers of the Wingding and Turkey Trot. Awards will not be mailed. Proceeds from the races help support many local charities, including the West Florida Y Runners Club scholarship programs, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas, and the Childrens Heart Foundation. Please bring canned goods and nonperishable food items to the stadium on race day. All collected foods will be donated to the Religious Community Services, Inc. Food Bank. Monetary donations also will be accepted for the Mason Dixons Christmas Wish Fund. To register online or see where to register in person, visit www.tampabay.com/turkeytrot. Photos by JIM LAYFIELDTop, Matthew Riccardi, 17, of Largo nears the finish line of the TriRock triathlon in Clearwater on Nov. 11. Above, contestants hydrate themselves along the running course. The Land Rover TriRock of Clearwater triathlon intermediate distance started with a 1,500-meter swim, followed by a 24.8-mile bike ride, ending with a 6-mile run. Competitors in the sprint level swam 500 meters, biked 13.4 miles and ran 3 miles.TriRocking it St. Anthonys Tri registration opens ST. PETERSBURG In 2013, the St. Anthonys Triathlon will celebrate its 30th anniversary St. Anthonys Triathlon. Online registration for the event will begin Saturday, Dec. 1, 9 a.m. It is such a privilege to be a part of the St. Anthonys Triathlon, an international event that draws thousands of athletes and viewers to St. Petersburgs downtown waterfront, said Bill Ulbricht, St. Anthonys president, in a press release. We started with just 600 athletes and now we welcome thousands each year. It is a testimony to St. Anthonys and the triathlon community that the event has been a part of St. Petersburg for 30 years. The triathlon, already one of the best-known international-distance triathlons in the United States, is expected to draw thousands of professional athletes and weekend warriors to celebrate three decades of superior competition. The race will be in its third year as part of the World Triathlon Corporations 5150 Triathlon Series. Throughout the years, the race has received many recognitions including: named one of 10 USA Triathlon Regional Championship events, amed Race of the Year by USA Triathlon, served as qualifier for the Ironman World Champions and ranked the fourth largest triathlon in the country by USA Triathlon. About 3,500 athletes participated in the 2012 St. Anthonys Triathlon. The three-day event weekend, set for April 26-28, 2013, will include a sports and fitness expo; the Meek and Mighty Triathlon, a short distance race for youths ages 7-14 and novice adults held Saturday, April 27; and the St. Anthonys Triathlon on April 28. To register for the 2013 St. Anthonys or the Meek and Mighty triathlons, beginning Dec. 1, visit: www.SATriathlon.com or call 953-9005.


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At left, Largo placekicker Gregory Whitman nails a 34-yard field goal out of the hold of Donavan Hale. Largo plays host to Armwood in the first round of the Class 6A playoffs Nov. 16.Largo High finishes season undefeated Photos by JIM LAYFIELDFort Knox event raises funds for ADAREDINGTON SHORES The Fort Knox Charity Golf Tournament raised $8,731.87 for the American Diabetes Associationon Oct. 13. The golf committee has a strong connection to diabetes and planned and executed this event in efforts to raise as much money as possible to support the American Diabetes Associations Southwest Florida office. George, who is the owner of Fort Knox, lost his mother years ago to this disease. George started the golf tournament as a way for his mothers memory to live on. This is where the golf committee stepped in and made it their personal mission to ensure this event went off without a hitch and raised funds and awareness about diabetes. We have a great committee committed to helping out the local community, said Mike Reilly, tournament administrator, in a press release. Many of our committee members have loved ones with diabetes, we decided this year to put our efforts towards the American Diabetes Association, none more hard working and committed than Dean the Marine.Medical Association celebrates 100 yearsST. PETERSBURG Dr. David Weiland, past president of the Pinellas County Medical Association, presided over the associations 2012 annual legislative and installation dinner meeting at the Feather Sound Country Club. This dinner celebrates the culmination of the associations 100th year anniversary. Under Dr. Tim Carlsons leadership, the association accomplished many milestones such as creating a new division under the PCMA umbrella to support office administrators, having an ongoing lecture series to help navigate physicians through the business of medicine, and offering services to help physicians negotiate contracts, ensuring meaningful use compliance. Dr. John Armstrong, the State Surgeon General, was the keynote speaker. Armstrong presented Dr. Claude Dharamraj with the 2012 Pinellas County Medical Association Physician of the Year Award. Dharamraj is the director of the Pinellas County Health Department, and a highly respected and valued member of the medical community. The association membership approved and passed the proposed by law change to extend the term of the president and treasurer to a twoyear term. Dr. Tim Carlson was sworn in as the Pinellas County Medical Associations 2012-13 president.


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McKalip is a past president of the Florida Neurosurgical Society, serves on the board of the Florida Medical Association, or FMA, and has served on the associations House of Delegates. He was an officer of the Pinellas County Medical Association for three years, serving on its board for eight years. As the chairman of the FMAs Council on Medical Economics, he led the effort to write a health system reform plan that focuses on individual financial empowerment of patients. McKalip founded Doctors for Patient Freedom and is working to ensure that individual savings, choice and competition create better and more affordable medical care for Americans. For more information, call Paul Marino at 224-2488 or visit www.LargoRepublicans.com.New exhibit focuses on WWII home front LARGO The Armed Forces History Museum continues to broaden its scope with a new rotating exhibit running through Jan. 6. The exhibit, WWII Home Front Tampa Bay, opened Nov. 13, teaches how life on the home front during World War II was not easy for those left behind. Some had jobs in defense plants while others collected metal for the scrap drives or volunteered with the USO, Red Cross or other organizations that aided servicemen. Artifacts from the collection of Judy and Lester Dailey including ration books and signs, uniforms, air raid warden equipment and other home front relics will be on display as well as badges, letter openers and other trinkets given to defense plant workers. Also featured are pillow shams, pennants, jewelry and other souvenirs that soldiers, Marine sailors, airmen and Merchant Marine officer candidates stationed in this area sent home to their sweethearts and families. The new exhibit is included in the museums admission prices: $17.95 for adults, $14.95 for veterans and seniors 65 and older, $12.95 for youths ages 4 to 12 and $15.25 for AAA members. Retired military personnel with 20-plus years of service, as well as active military, are free of charge. Operating hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. The museum is closed on Mondays. For more information on the Armed Forces History Museum, visit www.armedforcesmuseum.com.St. Johns Episcopal ChurchCLEARWATER There will be a holiday bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 1, noon to 5 p.m., at St. Johns Episcopal Church, 1676 S. Belcher Road. The bazaar will feature holiday items, crafts and food for purchase. Call 531-6020.Church of the IslesINDIAN ROCKS BEACH A sing-along Messiah will be presented Sunday, Nov. 18, 3 p.m., at Church of the Isles, 200 24th Ave. Georg Friedrich Handels Messiah will be presented as a sing-along. The third annual sing-along Messiah will feature student soloists from USF and the audience will perform as the choir under the direction of the churchs music director, Jim Abegglen. There are no rehearsals and the concert is free and open to the public. Scores will be available on loan or participants may bring their own. The audience participation holiday concert will be presented in the churchs sanctuary. Following the concert, there will be a reception.Unitarian Universalists of ClearwaterCLEARWATER The Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater will host Festival Ruah The Harmonics of Gratitude: Celebrating Thanksgiving and Diwali on Friday, Nov. 16, 7 p.m., at Octagon Arts Center, 2470 Nursery Road. Festival Ruah is a monthly interfaith, multicultural spirit experience. The Harmonics of Gratitude: Celebrating Thanksgiving and Diwali will feature Danielle Upbin of Congregation Beth Shalom. Upbin will be presenting songs from her new CD Reveal the Light. Hindu Bhajans (devotional songs) will be performed by Christine Ghezzo. There also will be South Indian classical music by Jayash and Manash Ramanathan as well as music performed by renowned international jazz musician Fred Johnson. Admission is free. A love offering will be accepted. Childcare for infants and toddlers will be provided. For information, call 531-7704 or email mail@uuclearwater.org. Visit UUClearwater.org Photo courtesy of ST. CECELIA SCHOOLFrom left, Nick Amaro of Largo, Kayla Champion of Largo, Alivia Quattrocki of Clearwater, Alicia Castaneda of Oldsmar, Julia Gawlik of Clearwater Beach, and Chelsea Champion of Safety Harbor celebrate Veterans Day at St. Cecelia School. To celebrate, there was a flag raising, and students prayed and sang.Celebrating Veterans Day Jayson JohnsonLARGO Marine Corps Pvt. Jayson Johnson earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Johnson is the son of Christine Aliotti of Largo, and Michael Johnson of Pinellas Park. He is a 2012 graduate of Pinellas Park High School.Kayla KennedyLARGO Navy Airman Kayla J. Kennedy recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Kennedy is the daughter of Jennifer C. and stepdaughter of Gary Harkins of Largo. Kennedy is a 2012 graduate of Largo High School. Cara Cservak LARGO Army Pfc. Cara Cservak recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Cservak is a 2006 graduate of Largo High School.Jordan OsmeraCLEARWATER Navy Seaman Apprentice Jordan P. Osmera was recently promoted to her current rank upon graduation from recruit training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Osmera is the daughter of Stacie S. Van Nostrand of Clearwater, and James G. Osmera Jr. of Omaha, Neb. She is a 2008 graduate of Bellevue East High School of Bellevue, Neb. Christopher RoyaelCLEARWATER Navy Chief Petty Officer Christopher Royael, along with 95,500 Sailors and Marines assigned to the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group, recently arrived in Norfolk, Va., following a seven-and-ahalf-month deployment supporting operations in the Mediterranean and the Arabian Seas. Royael is the son of Claudia and Art Royael of Clearwater. He is a 1997 graduate of Clearwater High School and joined the Navy in August 2000. Victoria PerezPINELLAS PARK Navy Fireman Victoria Perez, along with 95,500 Sailors and Marines assigned to the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group (CSG), recently arrived in Norfolk, Va., following a seven-and-a-halfmonth deployment supporting operations in the Mediterranean and the Arabian Seas. Perez is a 2007 graduate of Pinellas Park High School.Luis Murillo PINELLAS PARK Army Pfc. Luis Murillo recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Murillo is the son of Manuel Murillo of Bartow, and brother of Irma Murillo of Pinellas Park. He is a 2007 graduate of Bartow High School. He received an associate degree from Florida International University, Miami.Garrett Rachford SEMINOLE Pvt. Garrett Rachford graduated from basic training on Nov. 1 at Fort Benning, Ga. Garrett is the son of Tim and Debra Rachford and grandson of Tom and Jane Rachford of Seminole. He is now attending AIT at Fort Gordon, Ga.Michael OvellettePINELLAS PARK Marine Corps Pfc. Michael Ovellette recently earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Ovellette is the son of Michelle Youkem of Clearwater and Michael Ovellette of Pinellas Park. He is a 2012 graduate of Clearwater High School.Antonio LockinourCLEARWATER Marine Corps Pfc. Antonio Lockinour recently earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Lockinour is the son of Melinda and stepfather retired Army Sgt. 1st Class Bruce Williams of Clearwater. He is a 2012 graduate of Clearwater High School.


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Torres jtorres@tbnweekly.com Belleair/Beach Bee: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.com Clearwater Beacon: Alexandra Lundahl alundahl@tbnweekly.com Pinellas Park Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com General Editorial editorial@tbnweekly.comCirculation: L. Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563Statehood bid mired in politicsWhile Puerto Ricans living in Orlando, New York, Philadelphia, and elsewhere were voting for president of the United States on Tuesday, those living on the island were deciding that they want Puerto Rico to become the 51st state. But, at the same time, the islands voters also put in charge of their local government a governor and a political party who do not support statehood. Governor Luis G. Fortuo, who supported statehood for Puerto Rico and Mitt Romney for president, narrowly lost his bid for a second term to challenger Alejandro Garcia. Fortuo has been the president of the pro-statehood New Progressive Party (called PNP from its Spanish initials). Garcias party, the Popular Democratic Party (PPD, likewise, from its Spanish initials), opposes statehood. In the elections, it gained control of both chambers of the Puerto Rico Legislature and elected 47 mayors in the 78 municipal governments. Among the losers was the longtime pro-statehood PNP mayor of San Juan, Jorge Santini. Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens since 1917. However, those who live on the island cannot vote for president. Neither does the Spanish-speaking Caribbean island of 4 million have voting representatives in the U.S. Senate nor House of Representatives. The more than 1.8 million voters who cast ballots on Election Day (almost 78 percent of those eligible) turned the islands government upside down. In the process they also threw the possible statehood of the island into doubt because of their somewhat ambiguous choices at the voting booth. In the first part of a nonbinding referendum, 54 percent of the voters said they did not wish to retain the islands current status as a territory (euphemistically called a commonwealth) of the United States. And 46 percent said they preferred keeping the current status, instituted in 1952. More than 64,000 voters skipped the question. Regardless of how they voted on the first question, the voters were then asked to choose from three alternatives. Just over 61 percent (803,849) voted for statehood. A new proposed status called sovereign free association with the U.S. was the choice of just over 33 percent (438,358). And just over 5.5 percent (72,901) supported complete national independence for Puerto Rico. However, 469,148 voters abstained and left the second question blank. This omission led statehood opponent Luis Delgado to assert that those deliberate non-votes, when added to those who voted for independence or for sovereign free association, showed that in reality a majority of the voters had expressed opposition to statehood. Governor-elect Garcia immediately said that in spite of the referendum results he would do nothing to promote statehood in Washington. Puerto Ricos resident commissioner, Pedro R. Pierluisi, a member of Fortuos PNP and a nonvoting member of the U.S. House of Representatives, was the only prominent official supporting statehood who won re-election. He said he would soon be trying to negotiate statehood terms with the Obama Administration and Congress. A simple majority vote in both houses of Congress and the Presidents signature are necessary for statehood. However, because Puerto Ricans historically identify with the Democratic Party, the Republican-controlled House may not support that change in status. For the moment, as during the 114 years since Puerto Rico was invaded by U.S. troops during the Spanish-American War in 1898, Puerto Rico remains the property of the United States of America.Angel Castillo Jr., a former reporter and editor for the New York Times and The Miami Herald, practices employment law in Miami. He can be reached at acastillo@floridavoices.com. Florida VoicesLETTERSSurviving ObamaEditor: What a shame Mitt Romney will not be our president. Possibly the most competent, most experienced, most prepared, and most decent man to ever run for this office. We must and we will survive another four years of Obama, but can we survive the people who voted for him? Mike Coddington SeminoleAbolish the Electoral CollegeEditor: Election Day means candidates in different venues encouraging people to vote for them, especially president of the United States. What happens if voters do not like either candidate and decide not to vote or judge their vote on superficial issues, what then? Magazines claimed Democratic President Barack Obama has a wife who wants to be a fashion icon. His opponent, Republican Mitt Romney, appeared to want to keep women barefoot and pregnant rather than be equal to a man and hold public office. Even if Americans vote for the best candidate, there is still the Electoral College, which can change the election to suit itself, not the general public. The Electoral College has the choice of voting against the peoples choice or abstaining from voting altogether. In 2001, George W. Bush won the general election due to the Electoral College, even though Al Gore won the popular vote. How can we have a United States of America if voting is based on state by state. I think it is time for all Americans to push legislation to get rid of the Electoral College, so that only voters count nationwide, not state versus state. Eileen A. Nece Palm Harbor As Albert Einstein once phrased itDid Albert Einstein really say all the things hes supposed to have said? For as long as I can remember Ive been running into quotations allegedly uttered by the great physicist, who died in 1955, half a century after putting forth theories that changed the worlds thinking and probably its history. After a while I began to suspect that someone else may have been the real author of at least a few Einsteinian quotes. Such as a team of ghostwriters he may have kept under contract to make him seem funny, clever or smart. Why he would need anyone to make him appear smart is beyond me. Once you have come up with the theory of relativity your reputation for intelligence would seem unassailable. However, a review of Einsteins life quickly reveals that he did much more than sit on his laurels and wonder where he could find a decent barber. He wrote hundreds of papers and personal letters and gave lectures in many countries. As Hitler came to power in Germany, Einstein wisely departed that barbarian nation. He eventually arrived in America, and became an American in 1940. Early in World War II he and other scientists warned President Roosevelt that Germany might be developing an atomic bomb; he advised that the USA do likewise. Its easily conceivable that Einstein was the reason why the USA won the war. Now, back to Einsteins pronouncements. Today lets play a game in which we read an Einstein quote and then give our reaction to it. Thus we can pretend that we are conversing, in a sense, with one of the greatest minds in history. Heres one: Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which differ from the prejudices of their social environment. Most people are even incapable of forming such opinions. If Im reading him correctly, Einstein is saying that most of us are unable to have opinions that are contrary to those of the people who surround us. From that, I must assume that Einstein never sat through an American presidential campaign. As of the last political poll, exactly half of American people disagreed with the other half. Einstein said several things about God. Perhaps the most quoted was, God does not roll dice. A more revealing and useful statement, to me, was this one: A mans ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death. Ive met more than a few true believers who would take issue with that attitude. A person starts to live when he can live outside himself. Now theres a quote that requires some explanation, dont you think? I assume its an argument against our being excessively self-centered. Im not sure how it stands up against those (and they are many) who insist that happiness cannot be found anywhere except inside oneself. The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking. Talk about a glittering, puzzling generality theres one for you. The everyday thinkers Einstein referred to must have had I.Q.s many points higher than the folks in my circle of acquaintances, including me. People love chopping wood. In this activity one immediately sees results. I agree with the part that deals with immediately seeing results, but I must take issue with the notion that people really enjoy chopping wood. I never did. Either my axe was too dull or my chop was not forceful enough to split the wood the first time I tried. I wonder how much wood chopping Dr. Einstein did. I bet that as he chopped he probably devised an equation that went something like this: E = MC squared, where E is the total number of wood fragments desired, M is pounds per square inch of impact the axe made on the end of the log, and C is the likelihood of a piece of wood flying up and putting your eye out and thereby reducing the likelihood of the theory of relativity ever being perfected. The fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears, for theres no risk of accident for someone whos dead. Im not sure the second half of this quotation necessarily follows the first half, although both halves contain a great deal of truth. I rather prefer Woody Allens attitude. He said, Im not afraid of dying. I just dont want to be there when it happens.Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at tralee71@comcast.net. Drivers SeatBob Driver To rebuild, GOP needs the long viewThe presidential election is over even in Florida (well maybe). The consensus is that even with a very spotty record on the economy, President Obama won the election, because Mitt Romney and the GOP failed to connect with the majorities of minorities that have changed U.S. demographics in the last quarter century. The numbers speak for themselves: Obama won the Latino vote, and he won it overwhelmingly 71 percent, according to numerous sources (up from a 67 percent victory in 2012). The president won 73 percent of Asian voters, the Los Angeles Times reported, and he took 93 percent of the African-American vote. Exit polls from the Huffington Post gave Obama 78 percent of the American Jewish vote, and a similar poll from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) tracked an 85 percent vote from American Muslims for the President. Several exit polls also showed that Obama carried 60 percent of voters under 30 years and unmarried women by a margin of 2 to 1. So the verdict is that the GOP is strictly an old white mans party. This was the big problem: Throughout the campaign, Romney could not portray himself the moderate, or even liberal, that he is and which his record in Massachusetts truly reflected. Doing so would have won over many of Obamas voters. Instead, he had to pander to an extremist socially conservative base during the early, archaic primaries in small states. Distracting social issues that allowed the Obama camp to push successfully both the anti-immigration and the war on women perceptions to gain votes also constantly hindered him. As a result, he had no concrete message. He was rightfully called a flip flopper, the Etch-a-Sketch candidate. But the failure to capture the hearts and minds of these Obama coalition voters is not in itself the true problem of the GOP; its a symptom rather than the true illness that is crippling the GOP. In terms of presidential elections, the GOP comes out of the gate behind in the Electoral College by lacking half the votes needed to win the White House. Add up the electoral votes of New York, California, Oregon, Washington, New Jersey, Connecticut, and the rest of New England and now Florida, too, all Democratic-voting states and a GOP win is almost impossible. In Romneys case, he had to win a number of battleground states where the Republican Party still had some influence, including Wisconsin, Iowa, Florida and Virginia, just to have a chance to win the 270 votes needed in the Electoral College. Some races in these states were close, but the margin of victory for Obama was drawn from his coalition of minorities, women and young voters whom Romney failed to win over. Romney lost for the most part because of the underlying structural problem that the Republican Party has: It is an antiquated regional party centered in Texas and dominated to its Southern core by the Christian right. Its the 21st century version of the anti-immigration Know Nothing Party of the 1840s, with an additional religiously intolerant streak toward womens and gay rights. The GOP has no viable party organization anymore in major states like New York and California, and even, now, Florida, to gain the trust of moderate and liberal voters in these states. As the president has shown in both 2008 and 2012, it is their votes that win presidential elections. Its not that Republican candidates cant win in these states. Look at New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who won with a fiscally conservative message in an overtaxed state. He was able to garner the votes of many of Obamas coalition, many not far removed from conservative values and traditions, because he stuck to fiscal themes and followed the once-proud Republican tradition in the Northeast states of being liberal on social issues like abortion and immigration reform. The true path toward rebuilding a new tolerant GOP weaves through the Northeast and California among moderate candidates who can capture the hearts and minds of the Obama coalition by sticking to traditional small-government and fiscal-conservative agendas. The party must build a stable of candidates who, like Christie, dont voice the GOPs traditional anti-immigration, anti-abortion mantra. In these big blue states, Democrats are not as strong as the Obama vote reflects. Dominating Albany, Trenton and Sacramento are corrupt Democratic leaders who have led their states to the brink of bankruptcy, and voters there want that to change. The small government, anti-waste, strong defense message of the traditional GOP is still a good, electable message. Its time to bring the GOP back to it and, starting with Christies re-election effort next year, to rebuild the party and hone the messaging to put another 100-plus electoral votes into play on both coasts.Steven Kurlander blogs at Kurlys Kommentary, writes a weekly column for Fort Lauderdales Sun-Sentinel and is a South Florida communications strategist. He can be reached at skurl@aol.com. Florida Voices Florida VoicesAngel Castillo Jr. Steven Kurlander


14A Community Leader, November 15, 2012 Get The NewsALL FORFREE!Sign Up Today! www.TBNweekly.com e-E d itions030812 Obituaries Martha F. STANCZAK80, entered into her new life, Sunday, November 4, 2012 in Woodstock, Illinois. She was born February 28, 1932 to Edwin and Frances M. Bay in Springfield, Illinois. With a kind and giving nature, Martha enjoyed volunteering and was active with several organizations including the Sandpipers Newcomers Community Group in Largo, Florida, Tri Delta Sorority, the philanthropic educational group, P.E.O., as well as her church. She loved to entertain her friends, was known for baking pies, and loved a good game of bridge. She also attended Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois. Martha was a loving mother to Sandra L. (Jim) Meyer, Janet E. (Tom) Powell, David B. (Sue) Lundeen; devoted grandmother to Brian (Kayla) Meyer, Michael Meyer, Julie (Luke) Kyle, Jennifer Powell, Ashley Powell, Brandy Lundeen, and Dalton Lundeen; great-grandmother to Payton, Liam, Gavin, Lily; and close to brother, Donald (Joan) Bay; she had many adoring nieces and nephews. Martha was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Lundeen, whom she married in December 1951, and her second husband of more than 30 years, Stanley Stanczak, whom she married in July 1976 and resided with in Seminole, Florida, and her first child, infant son, Mark. Memorial services will be held in Illinois. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Marthas name to either the American Lung Association at www.lung.org/donate to the P.E.O. Foundation for Education at www.donations.peointernational.org, or to Christ Presbyterian Church, 3115 Dryer Ave., Largo, FL 33770. 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The most controversial matter to surface in recent months has been whether eliminating the towns crosswalks will make traversing Gulf Boulevard more or less dangerous and will the countys plan to install flashing beacons and pedestrian islands result in more or fewer accidents. Yet, this placid bedroom community of mostly year-round residents had its share of colorful characters, events and history. The Redington touchFirst, a little historical background. Redington Beach formerly known as North Madeira Beach was officially established in 1945 with the town limits at the time extending from 155th Avenue to 170th Avenue. The towns namesake is Charles E. Redington, a real estate developer and investor who in the roaring 1920s began buying up Pinellas Countys mostly barren, beachfront property with what some said were visions of a Miami Beach type resort colony. Arguably, this goal never quite happened, but he was able to put his imprint on the barrier islands. Redington, his wife Hazel, and their five children, were lured from Tucer, Ind., to the sunny shores of St. Petersburg in 1925. Before moving here, the Redington family had evidently frequented the area for their winter holidays. Not long after arriving as a fulltime resident, he began buying and leasing property in St. Petersburg Beach, Pass-A-Grille, and Treasure Island and especially in Madeira Beach, Redington Beach and North Redington Beach. It was said the developer who got his start building roads in Indiana, harbored visions of turning the sleepy hamlet with nothing but miles of empty beach and a few cottages into a Miami Beach type resort. In 1935, when most of the area was one long deserted stretch of beach, he built his first home on Redington Beach for himself, his wife and their five children. By 1940, there were a grand total of five Redington-built homes on Redington Beach. The original Redington home at 15572 Gulf Blvd., said to be the oldest beach house on Redington Beach, still stands, albeit, renoAt left, actress Marilyn Monroe and former New York Yankees star Joe DiMaggio relax under a cabana at the Tides Hotel and Bath Club in 1961. Above, an aerial view of The Tides Hotel and Bath Club in North Redington Beach. At right, the swimming pool was the focal point of the property in the early days of The Tides Hotel and Bath Club.vated and remodeled over the years by its subsequent owners. The original magnolia wood floors have, reportedly, remained. In 2000, the exterior of the home also served as the site for six Kmart commercials filmed on site. According to a news article, 20 actors were flown in for the shoot and a deputy from the Sheriffs Office was put on special duty.Happy days at The TidesIn 1936, Redington purchased 1,700 feet of waterfront property on which he built at a cost of $75,000, the Tides Hotel and Bath Club at 167th Avenue. The club, which now sits within the town limits of North Redington Beach, functioned as a private, nonprofit watering hole that was initially funded by 100 prominent local-area residents eager for a social center where there was none. A grand opening was held on New Years Day 1937. Guests eager to be the first in the new pool reportedly jumped in wearing their party duds. Pinellas Countys well-heeled denizens made it a hot spot for parties, dances and dinners. Young families could wile away summer afternoons while the kiddies were treated to swimming lesions. The Tides Hotel was completed in 1940 and consisted of the main hotel, cottages, a motor inn and apartments. The amenities included two swimming pools, a ballroom, two dining rooms and a dinner theater. While no rival of Miami Beachs famed Fontainebleau, the hotel did manage to draw luminaries from the world of sports and entertainment, including New York Yankees legend Joe DiMaggio and actress Marilyn Monroe. Bands such as the Dorsey Brothers and Sammy Kaye played in the hotel ballroom in 1958. In 1956, then Vice President Richard Nixon and his entourage were also slated to stay at the hotel. However, rumors had it the facility maintained a no Jews policy that was allegedly posted on the hotel premises. The Tides and Club personnel had taken down all those signs but too late. according to a 1971 St. Petersburg Times article documenting the resorts glory days. It seems the future U.S. president was instead whisked over to the Edward James Hotel on Treasure Island. In the ensuing years, as times and tastes changed, the popular destination began losing both its appeal and its profit. The hotels owner died in 1989 and the property was sold soon thereafter. With beachfront property values soaring, a Tampa-based development company bought the property in 1996, razed the existing structure and eventually put up six 6-story buildings on the site of the old hotel. The project, called The Tides Beach Club, was completed in 2000. Charles Redington along with measure was effectively scuttled. An article in the St. Petersburg Times, after the vote had been taken, noted that Redington Shores Mayor John L. Sandy expressed no animosity toward Redington Beach and was quoted as saying, If thats what they wanted, theyre entitled to their opinion.Town hall turmoil Redington Beach commission meetings often trend toward the mundane. The aforementioned crosswalks aside, matters now tend to revolve around replacing flags destroyed by Tropical Storm Debby, how to best dispose of debris left on the beach by the tropical storm and the like. Events took a stormy turn in 1997 when the commission meetings became exercises in high drama as angry residents claimed several commission members had been appointed rather than elected due to a series of resignations. In addition, accusations were swirling around then Mayor Julian Cave that he had not been a legal resident of Redington Beach at the time he ran for office. In an email, Mark Deighton who was vice mayor at the time and is now a commissioner, replied, Julian was never charged with anything. Some raucous types accused him of misconduct. But there was no substance to it. It was, however, an unwanted source of undue notoriety. The situation reached a tipping point when the government was forced to shut down after some rowdy sessions that had to be adjourned after two of the four commissioners abruptly resigned, followed by Cave who stepped down at the next meeting. His absence left only two board members, one of whom was Deighton. The Governors office was required by state law to step in and appoint a commissioner to restore a quorum. An article in the St. Petersburg Times quoted a spokesman for Gov. Lawton Chiles office as saying, This is not normal. We dont normally see situations like this. The Governors office appointed Nick Simons, now the towns mayor, to fill one of the commission seats. An election was called shortly thereafter, according to Deighton, and the remaining seats were filled. Yes, things may be more dull now in the old town, to the relief of many no doubt, but like an old dowager, Redington Beach, has its secrets and smiles to remember and reflect upon.Photo courtesy of HERITAGE VILLAGE ARCHIVES & LIBRARY Photos courtesy of WAYNE AYERSsons, Charles Jr. and Jack, eventually established a contracting company that operated in St. Petersburg and on the beaches. Ironically, the builder who spent decades developing tracts of untouched Gulf beaches, chose not to remain in Florida during his later years and eventually moved to Tucson, Ariz., where he died in 1970. No mergerIn years past, the town also became somewhat of a hotbed for heated local politics. In 1963, the major issue of the day was a proposal that would consolidate the communities of Redington Beach, North Redington and Redington Shores and would be renamed the City of Redington Beach. The plan found favor with the three town commissions. The Redington Beach commissioners, according to an early story that ran in the St. Petersburg Times, deemed the merger a progressive step to a more efficient and economical government. The matter was put to a referendum with the provision that all three towns would have to approve the merger for it to become effective. Voters living in North Redington Beach and Redington Shores voted in support of the merger. The majority of Redington Beach voters, however, did not, and the The making of PinellasCentennial stories


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At first, I was a little hesitant, but after looking at pictures online and talking to my friends, I decided we would try it. Especially since we were going to be in a cabin and not a tent. We booked the camping trip a few months in advance. We had to pay up front for our cabin, so we really couldnt back out once we committed to it. The cabin was in Ocala at the Silver River State Park. Besides the campground, the park has 10 cabins you can rent in the woods. The cabins are $110 each per night. I think we had almost all the cabins rented with our friends in them. Some of the families shared a cabin to cut down on cost. You can fit up to six people in a cabin. We had our own cabin, which was really nice. I was a little nervous about what to expect until we got there. But we opened the door and saw it had a kitchen with a dishwasher, stove, microwave and refrigerator. I was delighted and amazed. The cabin had two bedrooms and one bathroom with a shower. To top it off, there is even a gas fireplace. Each cabin had a wraparound porch with rocking chairs and picnic tables. Outside our cabin there was a fire pit and grill, so we could cook out. The cabins were nicely updated and very clean. It was so nice to be in the woods with electricity too. My kids were even more excited than I was. This was their first camping experience, and they were thrilled to be in the woods with all their friends. We had the best of both worlds as far as I could see: a beautiful cabin surrounded by nature. It was an enjoyable time to hang out with our friends, grill and play games. One night, we played card games and had fun talking. The next night, we had family relay races. Each family competed against another family in races like the sack race and egg on the spoon race. The kids enjoyed running in the woods and climbing trees. You also can rent canoes and canoe down the beautiful crystal clear river or go hiking or biking on the trails. We also had a chance to go in the Silver River Museum, which is within walking distance from the cabins. It was very educational and the kids liked touring it. Our camping trip was short, only two nights, but it was a lot of fun. Its something I wouldnt mind doing again. And for the record, yes this is still camping. At least in my book it is.Kadi Hendricks Tubbs, mother of two girls ages 6 and 8, lives in Seminole. Visit her blog at Mom2MomFamilyFun.blogspot.com.Cold fronts making for some tough fishing Its times like these that I am so grateful to be an inshore guide versus as offshore, so much wind, plummeting water temps and a closed gag grouper season is making it hard for the big boat captains to make a living. Meanwhile back on the flats, a warming trend has spurred on a redfish, trout, pompano and ladyfish bite that over the past few days has offered some excellent fall fishing. As I fished my way through the first real cold front of the year I noticed a few things that helped me understand Mother Natures effects on fishing, as we brace for the seemingly endless barrage of cold fronts, maybe these tidbits will help you understand and be more effective at catching fish in the face of adversity. Water clarity when the wind howls straight out of the north directly following a passing cold front the Intracoastal Waterway can get pretty dirty. Most people will agree that a north wind is the hardest to fish around here just because there are few places to seek protection on a wind-blocked shoreline. Fish are not happy in dirty, muddy water. Even if you fish a spot that youve had great success at recently but the water resembles coffee with cream, dont stay there long if youre not getting a bite. Those fish are probably still there or somewhere nearby but theyre probably not going to bite too good until it cleans up again. This weeks new moon will give us some excellent tides for redfish and trout. Target the redfish on the mid-morning incoming tides; look for the schools of mullet as they make their way onto the flats. Use gold spoons or weedless soft plastic jerk baits in and around the mullet. Also, a live select shrimp suspended under a float will be too tempting for the reds to refuse. Trout are staging up at their usual wintertime haunts. Target spoil islands north of the Dunedin causeway on the afternoon outgoing tides. Soft plastic jigs in a natural shrimp color rigged on a quarter ounce jig head have taken everything from trout, pompano and ladyfish to some 3to 4-pound bluefish this past week. Until next week get bent!Tyson Wallerstein can be reached at capt.tyson@hotmail.com. Mom 2 MomKadi Hendricks Tubbs Fish TalesCapt. Tyson Wellerstein Farm City Day setLARGO The Pinellas County Farm Bureau will sponsor a Farm City Day Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 17, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Pinellas Countys Heritage Village, 11909 125th St. N. This free event will kick off Farm City Week, celebrated nationally each year during the week leading up to Thanksgiving. It was created to educate citizens about agriculture and to enhance links between rural and urban dwellers. The event will feature hands-on activities such as making butter, squeezing fresh orange juice, planting seeds and making agriculturally themed arts and crafts. The theme this year will be Floridas Farms. For information, call 582-2123 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/heritage.Village to host vegetable gardening workshopLARGO A two-hour Heritage Village Vegetable Gardening Workshop will be presented Saturday, Nov. 17, 10 a.m., at Heritage Village, 11909 125th St. N. 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Diversions Things to do around Pinellas County Classieds Events MoviesLeader Section B November 15, 2012Visit www.TBNweekly.com Compiled by LEE CLARK ZUMPEA number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following films opening in wide release:LincolnGenre: Biography and drama Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, David Strathairn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, James Spader, Hal Holbrook and Tommy Lee Jones Director: Steven Spielberg Rated: PG-13 Steven Spielberg directs two-time Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis in Lincoln, a revealing drama that focuses on the 16th Presidents tumultuous final months in office. In a nation divided by war and the strong winds of change, Lincoln pursues a course of action designed to end the war, unite the country and abolish slavery. With the moral courage and fierce determination to succeed, his choices during this critical moment will change the fate of generations to come.The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2Genre: Drama, romance and thriller Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Elizabeth Reaser and Nikki Reed, Director: Bill Condon Rated: PG-13 Every moment has led to this. The highly anticipated final installment of The Twilight Saga, directed by Academy Award winner Bill Condon, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 illuminates the secrets and mysteries of this spellbinding romantic epic that has entranced millions. In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, Bella (Kristen Stewart) awakens transformed she is now a mother and finally ... a vampire. While her husband Edward (Robert Pattinson) delights in her beauty, speed, and uncommon self-control, newborn Bella has never felt more alive; and the destiny of her best friend Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) has become entwined in that of their exceptional daughter Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy). The arrival of a creature so rare cements an extendedOpening this weekendSpielbergs Lincoln examines critical moment in U.S. history Photo by ANDREW COOPER, SMPSPRobert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart star in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2. family, but will soon ignite forces that threaten to destroy them all. With more of the struggle, romance, passion, mystery, and action that made Twilight, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 international blockbusters, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 concludes the universally adored tale of love, family, courage, empowerment and destiny. 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Butter in a Lordly Dish was first performed on the BBC on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1948, in a strand entitled Mystery Playhouse presents, The Detection Club. Three Blind Mice was part of a May 30, 1947 evening program in honor of Queen Marys Eightieth birthday. The BBC approached the queen some months prior and asked for her special favorites. Among a selection of music and variety, she requested a new mystery by Agatha Christie, a writer the queen deeply admired. Personal Call mixes a strong drink of delicious deception into a haunting story of lies and betrayal. Presented on the BBC, Monday, May 31, 1954, the play reuses the character of Inspector Narracott from the 1931 novel The Sittaford Mystery. Yellow Iris was first presented on the BBC National Program in 1937. The main part of the story takes place in a London Cabaret. The play is unusual in that the production intersperses the action with the live musicians and performances of the cabaret artists who were on the bill at the restaurant where the murder is committed. It introduced the character Belgian Inspector Hercule Poirot, later to become one of Christie fans favorite detective. For more information, see page 3B. Suncoast Dixieland Jazz Classic, Friday through Sunday, Nov. 16-18, at Sheraton Sand Key Resort, 1160 Gulf Blvd., Clearwater; and Marriott Suites on Sand Key, 1201 Gulf Blvd., Clearwater. The annual event will feature bands such as Bill Allreds Classic Jazz Band, Wallys Warehouse Waifs, Cornet Chop Suey, Rose Bilal and the Stars of Jazz, Betty Comora, Jane Campedelli, Bob Drago, Dave Gannetts Barehanded Wolfchokers, The Valerie Gillespie Trio, Sonny LaRosas Americas Youngest Jazz Band and many more. A weekend badge costs $100. Daily badges for Friday and Sunday are $40. Daily badges for Saturday are $50. 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Based on the hit movie, Legally Blonde The Musical was nominated for seven Tony Awards and 10 Drama Desk Awards and was winner of Best New Musical at the 2011 Laurence Olivier Awards in London. It Was a Very Good Year, a musical tribute to Frank Sinatra presented by TS Productions, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. Tickets are $25.50 in advance and $30.50 at the door. Call 587-6793 or visit LargoArts.com. Tony Sands has an uncanny talent of portraying Frank Sinatra. His mannerism and singing voice will take the audience on a musical journey. This show incorporates stunning video graphics that will entice you the moment the lights dim and the music begins. Its as if Sinatra walked off of the screen and on to the stage to perform for the audience. Visit www.itwasaverygoodyearshow.com. Hot Club San Francisco Sunday, Dec. 9, 7 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $26.50 in advance or $31.50 at the door. Call 587-6793 or visit www.largoarts.com. Fire up the holidays with a swinging gypsy wagon trip to the North Pole featuring many favorites and some rarer seasonal gems. This dazzling holiday performance has something for everyone. Make this season bright with flames of gypsy jazz. Swing Dance Saturdays, Saturday, Dec. 1, 7 to 11 p.m., at Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road, Largo. Attendees enjoy an evening of dancing and socializing with free lessons from 7 to 8 p.m. and a DJ dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Savoy Swing is the resident DJ. The center boasts a 5,600-square-foot sprung hardwood floor perfect for dancing. Cost is $7 with a recreation card and $8 with no card. For information, call 518-3131 or visit largocommunitycenter.com. Adult and Senior Talent Show, Thursday, Dec. 6, 1 to 3 p.m., at Largo Community Center, 400 Alt Keene Road, Largo. Cost is $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Watch adults and seniors strut their stuff in this live performance. Call 518-3131 or visit largocommunitycenter.com. Death by Chocolate presented by Largo Rotary Club, Friday, Dec. 7, 7 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $20 a person in advance or $25 the day of the event. Call 587-6793. Continuing a delicious tradition, the Rotary Club of Largo will present mouth-watering delicacies and desserts created by the areas top restaurants. This chocolate heaven will tempt taste buds while music from local artists fill the evening with holiday sounds. This annual fundraiser benefits local youth. Clearwater A Bedfull of Foreigners, by Dave Freeman, through Dec. 23, presented by Early Bird Dinner Theatre at the Italian-American Club, 200 S. McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Performances are Thursday through Sunday, with seating at 4 p.m. Matinees are Thursdays and Saturdays, with seating at 11 a.m. Admission is $32 plus tax and includes dinner and the show. For reservations, call 446-5898 or visit www.earlybirddin nertheatre.com. In the classic farce A Bedfull of Foreigners, when two couples on holiday in France are accidentally assigned to the same hotel room, mistaken identities, hasty cover-ups and hilarious situations ensue in this comedy that has delighted audiences around the world. Aaron Lewis, Sunday, Nov. 18, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $27.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Blaster Entertainment recently signed Lewis to its growing roster of recording artists. Lewis received rave reviews for his inaugural country music project, Town Line, a solo EP that debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart last year. In addition, his debut single, Country Boy, was certified gold and had multiple award nominations. Now, Lewis hits the road in support of his upcoming album release, The Road. Lewis follows in the footsteps of other great country artists who have signed with the Blaster Entertainment team. Hank Williams Jr., Neal McCoy and Brother Trouble also are part of the Blaster family. Fiddler on the Roof, by Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick and Joseph Stein, Nov. 29 through Dec. 16, at Francis Wilson Playhouse, 302 Seminole St., Clearwater. Call 446-1360 or visit www.francis wilsonplayhouse.org. Performances are generally Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets for nonmusicals are $21 for adults, $11 for students. Tickets for musicals are $26 for adults, $13 for students.Pinellas Park Tellabration Saturday, Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m., at Park Station, 5851 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Members of the Tampa Bay Storytellers Guild will tell tales tall and small during Tellabration, a celebration of storytelling hosted at over 300 locations around the world. Tickets are $5. Sales and proceeds from a silent auction will benefit the Tampa Bay Storytellers Guild and the Pinellas Park/Gateway Chamber of Commerce. This years regionally popular tellers include Deborah Frethem, Gene Belote, Maureen Belote, Susan Miller, Geneva Nelson and Billie Noakes. The event is co-sponsored by the Tampa Bay Storytellers Guild, the Pinellas Park/Gateway Chamber of Commerce and the National Storytelling Network. Call 647-8057.St. Petersburg A Dolls House, by Henrik Ibsen, presented by American Stage Theatre, Nov. 16 through Dec. 23 with previews Nov. 14-15; at the Raymond James Theatre, 163 Third St. N., St. Petersburg. Call 823PLAY (7529) or visit www.americanstage.org. Generally, main stage performances are Wednesday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 3 p.m. Ticket prices range from $29 to $59 depending on the date and time of the performance. 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The Florida premiere of the National Tour of Agatha Christies The BBC Murders is being presented through Nov. 18, at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St. Performances will be Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees will be Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets start at $40. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheck erdhall.com. The award-winning production was adapted for the stage by Judith Walcutt and David Ossman but the story behind the show goes back more than six decades. Agatha Christies The BBC Murders actually originated with the BBC Mystery Series, a radio show broadcast just before and after World War II. The manuscripts were lost for more than 50 years due to the London Blitz and post war reconstruction. Agatha Christies The BBC Murders is a series of plays, including Butter in a Lordly Dish, Three Blind Mice, Personal Call and Yellow Iris. In 2009, Buffman produced a version of Agatha Christies The BBC Murders, presented at the annual International Mystery Writers Festival at the RiverPark Center in Owensboro, Ky. The following year, the Mystery Writers of America at its annual Edgar Awards Gala honored him. The organization presented him with the Raven Award in recognition of his innovative efforts to return Mystery Theater plays back to American stages. This June, Buffman returned to the International Mystery Writers Festival in Owensboro where he was presented with an Angie Award. We are thrilled to kick off the season with Agatha Christies The BBC Murders, said Buffman in a press release. These four Agatha Christie classics, Butter in a Lordly Dish, Three Blind Mice, Personal Call and Yellow Iris have never been presented in Florida. Four little murdersButter in a Lordly Dish was first performed by the BBC on Jan. 13, 1948, in the series Mystery Playhouse Presents The Detection Club. The play title comes from the Bible: Judges, 5:25: He asked for water and she gave him milk; she brought forth butter in a lordly dish. Christies drama follows a lawyers relationship with a mysterious woman who he meets while convicting a man for a series of vicious murders. In Three Blind Mice, a snowstorm and a psychotic killer on the loose have a cast of characters locked in a guesthouse full of accusations and anxiety. The catchy childhood rhyme Three Blind Mice plays a murderous tune in this thriller. Three Blind Mice was first performed on May 30, 1947, as part of an evening program in honor of Queen Marys 80th birthday. The BBC approached the Queen several months prior and she requested a new mystery by Christie. Personal Call mixes a strong drink of delicious deception into a haunting story of lies and betrayal. Superstition takes audience members on a murderous adventure through London train stations and provides a ghostly encounter. This never published thriller was Christies final play for the BBC and reuses the character of Inspector Narracott from the 1931 novel The Sittaford Mystery. In Yellow Iris, Detective Poirot works on the scene as the past comes to haunt dinner guests during a party held in a cabaret on the one-year anniversary of a murder. Fear is the centerpiece of a table decorated with a yellow iris. A score by Rupert Holmes featuring lead singers, a live jazz band and several musical numbers heightens the suspense. Can Poirot find a killer among the guests before another murder is served? First presented on the BBC National Program in 1937, this mystery features a Christie audience favorite character, the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. Dame Agatha Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller was born in 1890 in Torquay, England, according to Agatha Christie Ltd., which manages the literary and media rights to Christies works around the world and is owned by Acorn Productions Ltd and by members of the Agatha Christie family and trusts. Though her mother chose not to provide her with a formal education, Agatha had taught herself to read by age 5. According to her biography, the rest of her education was through a mixture of tutors, part-time schooling and French finishing schools. She also trained as a singer and pianist and had it not been for her extreme shyness, she had the talent to have made this her career. Although Agatha had amused herself as a child by acting out stories, her writing career was initiated by a simple proposition: her sister Madge challenged her to write a novel. That first book was The Mysterious Affair at Styles. Though it took a few years to see publication, the mystery was well received by critics and readers. Agathas thorough description of murder-by-poison even earned her a review in a leading pharmaceutical journal. The British crime author went on to write dozens of novels, short stories and plays. Among her most memorable works are Death on the Nile, Murder on the Orient Express, The A.B.C. Murders, Appointment with Death and Evil Under the Sun. Many of her novels and stories have been adapted into radio and television shows and motion pictures. She also wrote romances under the name Mary Westmacott, but she remains best known for her 66 detective novels and more than 15 short story collections, most of which revolve around the investigations of such characters as Hercule Poirot, Miss Jane Marple and Tommy and Tuppence. In 1971, Christie was made a Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. After a hugely successful career Agatha passed away in 1976. Mathew Prichard, Christies grandson and the president of the vast Agatha Christie Estate, was pleased when Buffman contacted him requesting permission to stage the lost radio plays. I am delighted that Zevs team is putting together my grandmothers wonderful BBC Plays which number some of her best works, Prichard was quoted as saying in a press release from Ruth Eckerd Hall Inc. I am sure that the USA live audience will enjoy them enormously. Agatha Christie Limited holds the copyrights for all four mysteries.Cast and crew of BBC MurdersLeading the cast of 20 in this new production is stage and screen actor Gary Sandy. Best known for his role as Andy Travis in the classic television series WKRP in Cincinnati, Sandy has also made countless TV guest appearances including a feature role in Norman Lears All That Glitters, for which he received critical acclaim, Murder She Wrote, F.B.I. The Untold Story, The Young Riders, L.A. Law and Diagnosis Murder. Sandy has appeared in more than 100 theatrical productions including many Off-Broadway presentations. Portraying Agatha Christie, Melinda Peterson has been a professional actor since 1969. Her husband, Phil Proctor, introduced Peterson to radio theatreImage courtesy of RUTH ECKERD HALLAgatha Christies The BBC Murders runs through Nov. 18, at Clearwaters Capitol Theatre. See MURDER, page 4BEntertainment 3B Todays Paper Delivered FREE To You Courtesy of the Advertisers in Todays Paper Let Them Know You Appreciate it.


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And all of the money that the foundation raises goes to UPARC to support those services. So its very important to keep our events in the limelight, that we get people here, that we raise money, because the programs are very important. Lives depend on it. UPARC provides for day activities, supported employment and residential care for its clients that serve a broad spectrum of needs. We have adult day training, and we have some workshops here at UPARC and clients can come down and work on different projects that local companies provide, DiPaci said. If its shrink wrapping packages, sorting hangers, they do all kinds of jobs here that they get paid for. Its all piecemeal work where its paid by the item, and they do that here. We also have supported employment for those clients who want to work outside of UPARC. We help them find jobs, train for jobs, we show them how to interview for the job, we give them support after the start of the job. 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4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1120.8760986 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1116.7821045 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1112.6880951 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1108.594101 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1104.5001068 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1100.4060974 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1096.3121033 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1092.2180939 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1088.1240997 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1084.0301971 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1079.936203 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1075.8421936 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1071.7481995 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1067.6542053 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1063.5601959 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1059.4662018 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1055.3721924 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1051.2781982 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1047.1842041 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1043.0901947 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1038.9962006 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1034.9022064 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1030.808197 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1026.7142029 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1022.6201935 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1018.5261993 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1014.4322968 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1010.3383026 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1006.2442932 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 1002.1502991 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 998.0563049 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 993.9622955 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 989.8683014 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 985.7743073 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 981.6802979 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 977.5863037 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 973.4922943 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 969.3983002 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 965.304306 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 961.2102966 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 957.1163025 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 953.0222931 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 139.4785004 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 40.4808044 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 44.9806976 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 49.4806061 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 53.9804993 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 58.4803925 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 62.9803009 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 67.4801025 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 71.9799957 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 76.4799042 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 80.9797974 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 85.4797058 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.5 0 0 4.0939941 89.979599 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 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4.0939941 134.9785004 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 948.9279938 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1161.8159943 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1157.7220001 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1153.6280975 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1149.5341034 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1145.440094 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1141.3460999 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1137.2521057 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1133.1580963 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 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36 1051.2781982 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1047.1842041 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1043.0901947 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1038.9962006 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1034.9022064 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1030.808197 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1026.7142029 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1022.6201935 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1018.5261993 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 1014.4322968 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 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[1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 969.3983002 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 965.304306 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 961.2102966 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 957.1163025 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q q 0 0 0 1 k 4.4808044 0 0 4.0939941 36 953.0222931 cm BI /W 12 /H 12 /IM true /BPC 1 /D [1 0] ID EI Q BT 0 0 0 1 k /GS1 gs /T1_15 1 Tf 11.7095 0 0 13.3055 61.0134 1151.7839 Tm (First Time Homebuyer Program*Low Interest Rate Mortgage Down Payment Assistance at 0% InterestHousing Finance Authority of Pinellas County1-800-806-5154www.pinellascounty.org/community/hfaPrograms available in Pinellas, Polk and Pasco counties. 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