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thority which has been thrust into
real estate sales lately, voted to
put one property it now owns on
hold until the economy improves
and to go ahead and advertise the
second property for sale The de-
cisions were made at their June 10
meeting
The SRIA had acquired the
former property leased by the
Circle K on Via de Luna after the
major leaseholder, Noel Faddis,
decided to return the parcel to the
Authority rather than try to de-
velop it
The second property is
across the street near the corner
of Via de Luna andAvenlda 23 It


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eastern end water tower
Apparently, the odd shaped
lot has dubious value, but the
SRIA is planning to put it up for
sale
"Let's put it up for bids and
see ifwe can get some takers," Ed
Guernsey motioned The motion
passed unanimously
The contract extension for the
Fishing Pier came before the full
board, but they could not agree
on allowing the 30 year extension,
so the item went back to commit-
tee for more study Mike Pinzone,
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Vernon Prather said "This is a
very complicated issue I do not
know how we can take a definitive
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looking at this "
Other Board members, Tammy
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Guernsey agreed, so the matter
was returned to committee
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rebuffed, but ended in a different
direction The request will not go
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complete The bad news is that
once they get the permit for the
restoration that there is a twelve
month deadline to complete the
projector lose the $375,000grant
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Buck Lee, SRIA executive director
said "But the pump comes from
Germany and that takes eight
months to be manufactured and
delivered It only takes a few days
for the engineers to have it in-
stalled, but the time limit is an im-
portant element "
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ting is complete except for the Fish
and Wildlife permit which is ex-
pected this month The permit
from the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection was ex-
pected last week The draft permit
will allow the work to proceedwhile
submerged land lease issues are
resolved
MaureenLaMar, executive di-
rector of the Pensacola Beach
Chamber of Commerce, and man-
ager of the Visitor's Information
Center reported that a total of 2194
visitors went through the Center
in May The most visitors came
from Florida. Texas. Louisiana.


Georgia, Illinois and Tennessee
The staff mailed 144 visitor's
guides and received 479 phone
calls
Ellis Bullock of EW Bullock
Associates, the SRIA's advertis-
ing agency, reported that he is al-
locating the $110,000 budget as
follows $18,000 for website and
visitor's guide ads, $18,000 for
Google and Yahoo and to develop
Facebook and Twitter pages,
$14,000 to promote beach concert
series and Blue Angels, and $7,700
for public relations
"Tourism figures reflect that
tourism is down nationally, Florida
is down 5 percent, but the Pan-
handle is fairing far better than the
rest of the state for room demand,"
Bullock said
The Board got some advertis-
ing from MediaCom when it
reached an agreement in the end
of the meeting to allow MediaCom
to have an area at Bands on the
Beach, use their logo in print ads,
and to park their vehicle in the no
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return the Authority will receive
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Hello humans Many of you
know me through the column,
"The Lizzard's Tongue" and the
horrific things Human Lady writes
about me Please don't believe a
word she types She is just jeal-
ous that my nails are long, my
lashes lush, my perfectly streaked
hair never needs touching up, and
everyone loves my Buddha belly
But enough about me -oohI can't
believe I thought that -must be
too much cat nip before 5 pm
Anyway this column is about my
dad, the Colonel Or as I like to
call him, St Francis of the Marine
Corps
Did you know it was 21 years
ago that as a young Second Lieu-
tenant he jumped off the Pensacola
Bay Bridge to save a dog's lifeAnd
while he was a First Lieutenant in
Flight School stationed at Whiting
Field that he went Rambo and res-
cued a dog who was being mis-
treated by her owners and found her
a good home in Navarre Or that as
a Captain livmg in Quantico, Vir-
gmia, he took m a lost puppy that he
named House Guest and planned on
keeping him, but his "dawg" Charlie
was not as hospitable As a Major
onboard MCAS Camp Pendleton,
he became a father to the Kid Or


My dad, the Colonel
during his last month as a Lieuten-
ant Colonel m Pax River, he said I
could be part of the family if he
could just sleep in a little longer
And, thatjust last weekend as a full
bird Colonel, he gently coaxed two
black snakes from our neighbor's
house with a long stick and a bucket
while the other human men had rakes
and shovels? He is my hero and am-
mals from the East to the West
coasts, from the Canadian and Mexi-
can borders salute him
But the Colonel is even more
than St Francis of the Marine Corps
to me
I don't really know how old I
am in your human years, butby the
way I act I would say I am a typical
teenage girl I like to sleep in so I
can talk all night to Thug Cat
through the sliding glass door using
language that would make even the
toughestManne cringe None of this
behavior seems to bother the Colo-
nel It drives Human Lady nuts and
the Kid complains about the noise I
make a 0200 hours Not so with the
Colonel He just throws a clean,
fluffy towel over me Picks me up
and carries m e upstairs to bed where
I proceed to kneed his pectoral
muscles while he tries to go back to
sleep He never shushes me or


doesn't even consider kicking me off
the bed like the occupier of the right
side does
He is so smart, too He always
reads the "PetDoctor" columnin the
Washington Post So while Human
Lady bought me an automated dry
food feeder, the Colonel gives me
organic wet food on a crystal plate
every morning he is home I do hate
it when he travels because Human
Lady tries to tell me thatthe vet says
I should only be eating dry food I
can't believe she would even begin
to question the Colonel's wisdom
and side with the vet Oh meow,
people
Finally the Colonel always
takes that extra step to do things the
correct way It may have been Mary
Poppins who said just a spoon full
of sugar makes the medicine go
down, but it's the Colonel who
knows that a shoulder and hip mas-
sage makes the flea repellent do its
job that much better and prevents m e
from licking it before it's dried He
truly is the best
So here's to my dad, the Colo-
nel In lieu of meowing Happy
Father's Day, I give him and all the
dads a four paw salute and a lick
with my sandpaper tongue
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Pensacola Beach Church Youth Group won the Fiesta
Sand Sculpture Contest Corporate Cup category June
7 at Casino Beach. Director Dewey Barker sets a form
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Nessie was created by Nicola Spear, Peggy Mellies
and Debbie Edo at the Fiesta Sand Sculpture Contest
June 7 on Casino Beach. The three friends should
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Fiesta Sand Sculpture Contest June 7 at Casino Beach.
Hannah's sister Sarah (not in photo) was her
teammate. The girls are from Wauconda, Illinois.


Famous Pensacola Beach musi-
ciansAndy Roy, left, and Freddy
Esposito pay their respects at
the Derek Hayes Memorial ben-
efit at Bamboo Willie's last
week. Hayes, who passed
away unexpectedly May 20,
played drums with many area
bands over the years including
Lazy Day. He was 44-years-old.


Shey Knight crafted a pirate's chest guarded by a
Capt. Bones to earn third place in the Adult Division of
the Fiesta Sand Sculpture Contest June 7 at Casino
Beach. Shey had invested five hours in his sand
creation when the judging commenced.


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P Mostly Nuts & Bolts s ACross-in the-Sand
By Candy Segar


Normally, I would not write an
article about World War II, but this
is so important that I would be re-
miss if I did nothing. I am going to
tell you the ending first, because it
has great significance. While I was
proud that our former Vice President,
Al Gore who received the Nobel
Peace Prize, had I known then, what
I know now, I would have thought
differently. I think you will under-
stand as you read on.
Irene Sendler (Polish name Irene
Sendlerowa nee Kruyzanowska) was
nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize
in 2007. Who had heard of her?
What had she done that was so sig-
nificant to deserve that honor?
She was a Polish Catholic so-
cial worker who served in the Pol-
ish underground to protect and
hide the Jews during WWII. In
December 1942 Zegota was cre-
ated as a council to aid Jews. Irene,
known as Jolanta (her undercover
name), headed the children's sec-
tion of this underground move-
ment.
She was allowed entry into
the Warsaw ghetto due to her em-
ployment within the social welfare
department. Her official mission was
to check for signs of typhus which
the Nazis feared would spread out-
side the ghetto. What she was re-
ally doing was smuggling children
and babies from the ghetto one at


a time. It was amazing how she got
them out carrying them in boxes,
suitcases and trolleys/trunks.
Then Sendler told the Nazis that
a typhus outbreak had occurred and
she smuggled the children and ba-
bies out in ambulances and trams/
carriages disguising them as pack-
ages. Her plan was to reunite the
children with their parents after the
war ended. The children were all
given new names when they were
delivered to Polish families and vari-
ous Catholic orphanages. She kept
detailed lists of old and new names
hidden in jars.
The Gestapo finally caught her
in 1943. She was arrested and sen-
tenced to death. The Nazis tortured
her, breaking both her legs. The
Zegota organization bribed her
guards who ended up dumping her
in the forest with her wounds. She
was listed as dead. The under-
ground found her and hid her dur-
ing the remainder of the war.
Sendler saved 2,500 Jewish
children.
I think about this. How many of
us would risk our lives, knowing if
captured we would be tortured or
executed or both? I think Irene
Sendler should have received the
Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. She died
in May 2008 in Warsaw, Poland an
unknown hero to many including
myself.


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That same attitude is held by
many of us as we recall the man-
ner in which our fathers helped us
to grow and mature and to become
the persons we are today.
We don't have to declare that
our fathers were perfect few
would believe us anyway! but the
sentiment that comes to mind as
we near this Father's Day, is the
overwhelming support that was
given, and given without reserva-


By
Dr. Chuck Randle, Pa-,or
Pensacola Beach Communitl Church

tion.
I remember the opening lines
of a tribute by Georgia Harkness
to her father, "A giant pine, mag-
nificent and old, stood staunch
against the sky...." Remembering
can be a great source of satisfac-
tion, and a motivator to make ev-
ery effort to fulfill, not our father's
expectations, but the best of
which we are capable.
Happy Father's Day!


Father's Day is a wonderful
time to say a special thanks to our
fathers for their contributions to
our lives, or if they are deceased,
to remember those same contribu-
tions. As I look around at my
friends and acquaintances, I see
so many positive qualities: a fa-
ther who is quiet-spoken, firm, and
very supportive of his children;
another one who is loud, bossy,
direct, and very supportive of his
children; another who chooses his
words carefully, is quite an intro-
vert, doesn't make many demands,
but is very supportive of his chil-
dren. Some of those fathers travel,
but make the most of their time
when home; others are home all
the time, and are able to attend the
activities of their children.
There is no one mold into
which fathers can be placed, but
there is one factor that causes
children to appreciate their fa-
thers, and that is fathers who are
very supportive of their children.
That support is shown in var-
ied ways. "Hi, Mom," is what we
generally see when television
cameras pan athletes in profes-
sional sports, but admiration for
fathers cannot be minimized. Two
of the greatest athletes of our time,
Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods,
were never bashful about express-
ing appreciation for their fathers.


The Gulf Breeze Hospital
Auxiliary will be hosting the
Masquerade $5 Jewelry and
Accessories Sale July 6 and 7 on the
Hospital Campus. Hours are 7 a.m.
until 4p.m.


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giving. Proceeds benefit the care
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Emerald Coast Utilities Author-
ity (ECUA) Employees' Golf Tour-
nament officials presented a check
for $23,500 last month, to Dr. Henry
E. Roberts, president of the Sacred
Heart Foundation. The donation
was the result of the 2009 tourna-
ment held at the Scenic Hills Golf
Course.
"The money generated from the
10th Annual ECUA Employees' Golf
Tournament will go into direct pur-


chase of much needed equipment
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medical needs," said Dr. Roberts.
According to the ECUA Em-
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ences. Ask for Jacob.


I FOR SALE BY OWNER
By Owner Multiple Listing Svc
Beach Houses and Condos
* Visit www.BeachRealty.net
* 0 Down on new homes for all land
owners. Your land or family land.
All Credit OK 850-682-3344


Largest selection of singlewides
in Florida Panhandle. Call Clayton
Homes for pricing and details at
850-682-3344

Get your share of the Government
Bailout. Receive up to $8000 to
help buy your new home. Call
Clayton Homes of Crestview for
details. 850-682-3344

New 3 bedroom, 2 bath for sale.
Only $450 a month. Call Clayton
Homes at 850-683-0758.

New Government Financing Pro-
gram on all 3 or 4 bedrooms.
Rates as low as 4.75%. No credit
or bad credit OK. Call Clayton
Homes at 850-682-3344.

Nice previously owned 3 bed 2 bath
doublewide, delivered and set-up,
$29,995. Call Clayton Homes of
Crestivew, 850-682-3344.

Use Doublewide, 3 bed, 2 bath,
MUST GO. $19,995. Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview. 850-682-4284.


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Microfiber living room sofa and
loveseat. New, still in crate. Retails
$1699, only $575. Can separate.
850-471-0330

Brand new Pillowtop Mattress,
Queen, with foundation. Factory
warranty. $180. 850-255-3050 De-
livery available.

King Size Mattress and Box Set,
Pillowtop, New in plastic. $ 220.
850-471-0330. Can Deliver.

Do You Deserve Some Down Time?
Pandora de Balthazar, 100% Hun-
garian Goose Down Products for
your sleeping pleasure.
www.pandoradebalthazar.com


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For Rent By Owner
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Beach Houses and Condos
Visit www.BeachRealty.net

Pensacola Beach Vacation Rent-
als. Call for the BEST RATES on
beachfront condos and beach
homes. Toll free 800-242-3224.
Visit online jmevacations .com

Southern Resorts Vacation Rent-
als. New on Pensacola Beach, but
proven leader in vacation rentals
along Florida's Panhandle. It is our
vision to be the most caring vaca-
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MAINE waterfront home, view of
Cadillac Mtn and Acadia Natl Park,
15 minutes to Bar Harbor. New in
2007, 2 master suites, office, great
room with FP, full kitchen, wireless
Internet, Weekly through Suzi Gor-
don 916-0997 or 404-423-7780.

Waterfront Studio on Sound side,
Pensacola Beach. Sleeps 4, boat
dock, pool, affordable daily/weekly.
www.vrbo.com/239465. Call
850.932.1133 or 380-8830.

Swim Lessons

New Sessions Each Week. All lev-
els and ages. Gulf Breeze location.
Call Linda at 850-420-1776.


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Fresh Gulf seafood charbroiled over flaming
hardwood fires

E llOYSTERS!
We sell so many, you know they're fresh!


"Floundering at its best"
Fodor's Florida
"Best seafood on
Pensacola Beach"
Fromers Guide to Florida
Mobil
(9 Guide At the traffic


SSSHRIMP!
Gulf shrimp served scampi style, barbecued,
beer batter fried, or steamed in beer

i.s* BEACH BAR!
S'Neath the moon & stars on our beach


"Best seafood on
Pensacola Beach"
USAir Magazine
"Great Vibes...and happy
guests"
Florida Trend Magazine


FRKtU FLOUNUEK, Founder
.c light on beautiful Pensacola Beach 932-2003


Since 1979


CRAB & SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES Nv
Fried Shrimp Great Steaks Upstairs Beach View Dining Ltare Selectol t Cr oa te Beach
Living Reef Aquarium Bar Outdoor Gulfside Deck


Best Sunday Brunch!
Crab Cakes Benedict,
Crab Omelets, Bottomless
Champagne & Bloody Marys,
Live Steel Band
(850) 932-0700
Open 7 days a week
www.crabswegotem.com


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Dungeness
King Crab
She Crab Soup
Maryland Crab Cakes

Look for the RED ROOF at the
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