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Publication Date: May 9, 2007
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Volume III, Number 1 Pensacola Beach, Florida May 9, 2007


Kristin Amberson, Island Times Mother of the Year, says she's just typical of mothers everywhere. They all follow one simple rule,
"The kids come first." In her case the kids are: seven-year-old Blair, left, and Jace, 9. Sitting in front is Carlee, 5. Story on Page 2.


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PAGE 2 Island Times May 9, 2007


Supermom Retains Age Old Values of Motherhood


Thinking of Kristin
Amberson. supermom comes to
mind And, yet, she carries all the
soft legacies of devoted love for
her children handed down by
generations of mothers Kristm,
mother of Jace, 9, Blair, 7, and
Carlee, 5, does many things, per-
forms many important tasks, but
still says her children come first
She is the Island Times Mother
of the Year
Other than her devotion to
motherhood, Kristin holds an
impressive list of titles headed by
the fact that she is one of the co-
owners, along with husband
Scott, of PegLeg Pete's, the
LaFitte Cover Marina. Sidelines
and Maria's Seafood She is also
a board member of the Gulf
Breeze Sports Association,
coaches the 7 and 8-year-old girls


The Santa Rosa Island Au-
thority has been trying to find that
perfect crystal ball which will
foretell the future, and guide them
along the proper pathway So far,
they have made progress, but still
have no visioning plan. so at their
committee meetings on Wednes-
day, April 25, they reviewed a
proposal from Wallace Roberts
and Todd, which would offer a
complete visiomng package, car-
rying a price tag of $92,000
The Beach's architect and
engineer both spoke favorably on
the plan
"This is a huge value," said
John Tice, architect "The docu-
ment would have political power,
involving the community would
give you enforcement of ideas
You would develop pontiization
of projects "
"'allace Roberts and Todd
is an excellent firm," Dave
Ilemphill, Baskerville Donovan
engineer said "I have worked
with them on other projects Spe-
cifically, here, with their 1988
Land Use Plan they lifted us
through the next level If you
want to be lifted again through
the next twenty years, I think this
has tremendous value "
Vernon Prather, board chair-
man, agreed The Development
and Leasing Committee voted
unanimously to ask the staff to
review each item of the proposal,
recommend what is available m
the budget this year, consult with


softball team PegLeg Pete's
Pink Pirates She serves on the
board of the Pensacola Beach
Chamber of Commerce as the
treasurer She belongs to the PTA,
is a charter member of the Beach
Optimists Club, and volunteers
six hours every week at the
Pensacola Beach Elementary
School Take a deep breath, be-
cause we are just now getting into
the important part of her story
It all has to do with the kids
We asked about her hobbies
"Anything I can do with my
kids is how I spend my free time,"
she said We ride bi kes together,
go to the Beach, go to Pelican
baseball games, but best of all is
fishing andcamping at Hurricane
Lake "
"But, Dad is the best fisher-
man," pipes up five-year-old


iL-vT to see if they are able to
create visioning statements, then
if directed, create bid proposals
if appropriate
Another request for a frac-
tional ownership hotel was pre-
sented by David Brannan Staff
reported that the unofficial plan
is to tear down the former Best
Western and replace it with a 216
unit fractional ownership hotel
with 1250 square foot rooms
Dr Thomas Campanella
moved to table this request until
the hotel definition has been
settled The committee decidedto
place it on the regular agenda at
the May 8 SRIAmeeting
The committee voted to ap-
prove the request of Larry Fox in
the continued use of outdoor
tables for dining on Portofimo
Boardwalk The vote was 2 to 1
with Dr Campanella dissenting,
saying the tables take up too
much public boardwalk
A discussion concerning the
location for a parking garage
dominated the Operations Com-
mittee If the SRIA decided to
build a parking garage at the
Visitor's Information ('enter site,
the project will shake up the
present configuration of the core
area Dave Hemphill, engineer,
gave a conceptual presentation of
possible locations for a parking
garage including Casino Beach,
Circle K, the SRI A building, and
the VIC The Board felt the VIC
location made the most impact,


Carlee
She contmuedher evaluation
of the angling abilities of the fam-
ily, rating Jace second, then
Mom, then Blair, and finally her-
self
"You know why my mom is
the best mom is because she is a
good noodle maker." Carlee said
Blair's assessment of her
mom was based on how much she
helped her with everything, in-
eluding homework
"My mom is a really good
softball player and coach," Blair
admitted Jace beamed and
agreed with us when we told him
we chose his mom as just about
the best m the world to be the
Mother of the Year
Kristm complimented Jace
for his cooking ability Each child
has one night a week to help in


but would require restoring the
original roadway in front of the
Sandshaker, and making the
whole area tie m with parking at
the Portofino Boardwalk The
garage would add 480 parking
spaces
The Board asked Hemphill
to prepare a proposal with a cost
analysis of locating a garage on
the VIC property, including the
road reconstruction
The Board approved a re-
quest from the Pensacola Beach
Chamber of Commerce to name
the playground at Via de Luna
and Avenida 11 as the Harry
Gowens Spirit of Pensacola
Beach Park The Chamber plans
a beachwide dedication party
when the facility is complete
The Chamber had also asked
the Board to send a letter to the
National Park Service, in support
of allowing local marine busi-
nesses to transport visitors to Fort
Pickens from the Beach Marmna
The Board agreed to write the letter
Other committee action m-
cludedturning down a request for
a helicopter concession at the
Soundbecause the property is out
for bid They approved a request
from Hemingway's to construct
a shaded waiting area for their
guests
The Full Board will meet on
Wednesday, May 9 at 5 pm at
the SRIA office Allmeetings are
open to the public and a visitor's
forum is available


the kitchen They are all learning
to cook under the tutelage of their
mom, the best noodle maker
Kristm is a graduate of Penn
State University with a degree in
Hotel, Restaurant and Institu-
tional Management She moved
to Pensacola Beach in 1989
Kristin wanted everyone to
know that she is just typical of


m others on Pensacola Beach, and
she is proud to represent them
And, Carlee, the obvious
spokesperson for the Amberson
family wanted to add that her
mom is good at washing dishes
We can all rejoice that a mom, so
complex and busy, would devote
time to washing the dishes
Happy Mother's Day to everyone


Robinson Revisits Hotel Issue


Escambia County Commis-
sioner. Grover C Robinson,
whose district includes Pensacola
Beach. has issued anew statement
concerning changes and revisions
on his thoughts regarding the defi-
nition of a hotel room The Board
of County Commissioners had
tabled the hotel definition ordi-
nance vote until their June meet-
ing m order to give commission-
ers more time to study the issue
The vote will be whether to jump
from a two week owner occupancy
to a sixteen week stay
The issue has taken on laige
proportions since the longer stay
might indicate condos rather than
hotel rooms would be built
Grover said that one consis-
tent theme throughout his research
is that both Pensacola Beach and
Perdido Key need more hotel
rooms
"After much debate and con-
siderahon, I am as committed as
eve to preserve lodging unity for
our tourism industry," his report
read in part
Grover went on to cover ad-
ditional items such as affordability
which he said related directly to
the tourism industry
Ultimately, additional unit
m the tourism industry will gener-
ate revenues wthzch can andshould
be used to improve affordable
beach access and amenities for the
general public of Escambia
County as well as surrounding ar-
ea "
Grover discussed the diver-
sity whichnow exists on the island
HIe commended the SRIA for the


role they play in preserving a mix
of residential, business and tour-
ism on Pensacola Beach
ijeel the SRL4 is a great ad-
visory resource for the BCC. I
commend the SULA for ivestigat-
ing and evaluating this issue, ana
I bebeve all the efforts ofthe SRLA
should be evaluated by the BCC.
lWe should look for ways to
complement each other and work
together on these issues "
In his state ent for solutions,
Grover said we must be sure that
lodging units are lodging units On
the length of stay, Grover would
cut the time from 16 weeks to 12
weeks
"All condo-hotels will have a
central reservation and booking
frnte desk, all developments will
be singularly meteredfor ultiiies,
and all rooms must be standard-
ized in regard to iirnishigs. Fi-
nally, there should be a log avail-
able that can be audiied io ensure
comphance with the owner stay "
Grover also added that some
reference to fractional ownership
should be a part of the ordinance
He suggested that individuals
could not purchase more than two
fractions of a unt He recommends
that the weeks of usage for these
units should be dispersed and ro-
tating with no more than 14 con-
secutive days per share
Grover's solutions have come
about as a result of meetings with
constituents He has also attended
the SRIA sub committee work-
shops which have covered the issue
The BCC is expected to vote
on this issue at their June 7 meeting


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Island Authority Needs Help Foretelling Future




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Barefoot on the Beach


By Jane Waters Cooper


Today marks the beginning
of the third year of publication of
the Island Times. Bringing the real
Beach news and entertainment to
you twice each month has been a
joy for us, not a job. When we
went back into the newspaper
business, many old friends
quicklyjumped on the wagon and
carried the torch to wherever we
were going, and we have acquired
many new friends along the way.
Frankly, that's all it takes for a
successful publication. Ifa news-
paper measured success by its
readership, the advertisers, and
well wishers, then the Island
Times is a grand adventure.
We have stoically stuck to
our "feelgood" policy over all the
twenty four months,
Sometimes it's not that easy
when the beach is faced with
heavy duty, far reaching prob
lems. W are obligated to bring
you the hard news. And, we do.
In depth and accurate. The paper
you are holding in your hand
right now is the only publication

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one. You will find stories about
your neighbor's birthday party
(maybe even her age and the size
of her cake), but you will also find
reports from the Santa Rosa Is
land Authority and all Beach or
ganizations' meetings. In depth
and accurate.
We are not outsiders look
ing in. We walk in your shoes.
Share your heartbreak and your
joy. We are proud to say that we
are a newspaper family. No mat


ter how far away the members
have moved, they keep the years
they lived on the Beach in their
hearts. Liz Waters Hewson,
former editor of The Islander
Newspaper, has revived "The
Lizzard's Tongue" and dutifully
files her column from North Caro
lina and Candace Waters Segar,
"Mostly Nuts and Bolts," enter
tains us with the pitfalls and sat
isfaction of renovating "that old
house" in Pensacola.
Their journalistic roots are
really showing, and they are
proud of it.
When you add the Beach
family members who write for the
Island Times, the impact becomes
even more meaningful. They are
all about the Beach, all geared to
our island home, the place we all
love best.
And now, we come to the
heart and soul of the Island
Times. The editor. Shelley Waters
Johnson shows up at the small-
est gatherings and at the most
critical meetings on the Beach.
She is everywhere, camera in
hand, spending long days and
many nights to do what seems
almost impossible for one person
to accomplish.
Shelley is so accessible and
flexible. She has direct lines to
everybody who is important, and
direct lines to the average beach
person who has a story to tell.
She not only runs her newspa
per, but she is an asset to the com
munity, serving on the Chamber
of Commerce board of directors,
helping raise funds for every


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the Krewe of Nauga. And the
founder of the Mardi Gras Krewe
of Kids.
Her many years of residence
on Pensacola Beach, her longtime
position of editor of The Islander
Newspaper, combine to make her a
rock solid beach citizen and pur-
veyor of the news. The Island
Times is a reflection of her love and


caring for the Beach and its entire
population. Watch for more hap
openings on the Island inspired by
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newspaper business a total of 18
years on Pensacola Beach. The
Islander Newspaper was founded
in 1979 and sold in 1995. We are
proud of what we have accom
polished and are even more excited


Trips Begin To Fort Pickens Not By Land, But By Sea


Pensacola Beach residents
and visitors will not have to drive
to Pensacola to catch a ride on a
ferry boat back to Ft. Pickens.
Jerry Eubanks, Gulf Islands Na
tional Seashore superintendent,
announced on Monday, May 1
that the original plan to activate a
ferry service from the Mississippi
region was no longer an option.
Instead, local charter boats will
be given the opportunity to ap
ply for a Commercial Use Autho-
rization, which will qualify the
accepted applicants to ferry
people back and forth from Ft.
Pickens to the Beach Marina and
other Beach docks. The service
should start by Memorial Day.
"Right now, we're in the plan-
ning stage," Chuck Nicholson,
owner of the charter boat Island
Spirit and the Beach Marina, said.
At least ten boats are expected to
participate in the ferry service, and
captains have joined together to


prepare a workable plan.
"I've been working on the
ferry boat idea for seven years,"
Chuck said. "Now that we finally
have the opportunity, we willjust
have to feel our way to get it op
rating perfectly."
Chuck said the boats would
operate on a rotation system, with
a large boat and a smaller boat
staying in the dock, while the rest
of the fleet took care of fishing
charters.
"We will be able to take pas
sengers, camping and fishing
gear," Chuck said. "Right now,
we're trying to find a way to take
bicycles."
Campground and fishing ar
eas inside the park are open to
the public at the present time.
"The number of trips we'll
make every day will depend on
the demand," Chuck said. Al
though parking may be a prob
lem for ferry boat riders, Chuck


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envisions the expanded use of
the trolleys to pick passengers up
at designated points, and drop
them off at the Beach Marina.
Chuck acknowledged that
the support of the Pensacola
Beach Chamber of Commerce was
helpful in changing the park ser
vice decision. The Chamber had
heard from Chuck and Park
Ranger Nina Kelson at their
March 22 board meeting. They
voted to support the issue of
having local ferry service. The
Chamber requested that the Santa
Rosa Island Authority write a let-
ter to federal officials. The mem-
bership also wrote letters on be
half of the local charter boat fleet.
Nan Harper, Chamber Events
Committee chairman, worked hard
on the project and was pleased
to see the final decision.
Chuck Nicholson estimated
the cost of each trip at $29 for
adults and $19 for children.


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about what is yet to come.
To ourextended family, wesay
thank you for your unconditional
support over all those years.
We seek your blessings as we
make every effort to continue to
grow and improve,
Incidentally, if you are not a
columnist or are not yet numbered
among our beach family, send in
your resume.


Mav 9. 2007


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BACHELORPARTY
Not to detract from the bride,
but we still feel compelled to re
port that Bones Alexander has
announced that the bachelor
party preceding his wedding will
be four days long in Key West.
When the party's over, Bones will
wed Elodie Cardin at Paradise this
month.
HIGHTIMES
Crissi Geier who is an Air
Force officer stationed in Ger
many has landed a great interim
assignment for the summer. She'll
be traveling from wing to wing in
the United States, giving brief
ings on the Air Force Financial
Services Center which is opening
in Ellsworth, S.D. She willbe trav
eling all over the United States
during the week, living in Arling
ton, Virginia on weekends, and
back to Germany in the fall.
ART SEMINAR
Monique Verdin is taking a
leave of absence from her duties
at the Paradise to attend a month
long art seminar, sponsored by
Tulane and Loyola Universities
in New Orleans. She celebrated
her twenty-seventh birthday on
April 14. Monique grew up on
Pensacola Beach and is a gradu
ate of the Beach School.
HOMEATLAST
The Cowens, Ty, Debbie and
Cody are finally back in their spa
cious, refurbished house on Via


de Luna. Movingjust aboutwore
them out and was so stressful
that Cody's pet bearded dragon
spent three weeks with grand
mother Cheryl Sikes.
ANOTHERHOMECOMING
Rita Finkbone says she can
not believe how good it feels to
be home again on Pensacola
Beach. Brian, Rita and Kylie spent
their first week in their Villa Sabine
home unpacking boxes, but it was
blissful.
ISLANDBOUND
Barbara Fail says she is pack
ing up her paintbrushes and pre

Bobby D's Closes,
A lot can happen in 19 years,
one month, and eleven days, es
pecially at one of the Beach's all
time favorite bistros, Bobby D's
Beach Bar. Now, the funky little es
tablishment has closed its doors
forever. All the New Orleans Saints
fans, will have to find a new
homeplace to share their sorrows,
and finally joys, over their team's
NFL games.
Bobby D's in the Sandspur
Republic, was like a second home
to Beach folks. Hundreds of fans
migrated to the musky little place
every week, creating memories, but
at the time, they didn't even know it.
Remember the smoky walls,
covered with caricatures by
Mousie, the now renowned artist
from New Orleans. Other artifacts


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gallery, which is a major under
taking. As a reward for her hard
work, she and husband Gibby are
planning an Island vacation to St.
Lucia.
MEETANDGREET
Members of the Pensacola
BeachYacht Club will host a Meet
and Greet night on May 17 to wel
come new members into the club.
Among the newest members are
Robert Fenner and Paul and Sabine
Barrett of Gulf Breeze; David
Johnson and Williamand Kim Gal
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Whitfield, Saucier, Mississippi.


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The last trivia question was
"There was once a waterslide
on Pensacola Beach. Where
was it located?" We received
lots of answers to this one, and
most of them were correct, but
Larry Keever was the first to
email the correct answer, "Tiki
Island Golf and Games is the site
of the old water slide." Chalk
one up for Larry. He gets the t
shirt.
Vicki DePew brought us up
to date on a dry slide the DePew
family had on the Beach, she
thinks around 1970. She remem
bers that it was called the
"Superslide" so we have added


Leaving A Trail of Almost Twenty Years of Memories
included a There was at least one rich cus was so much bedlam, it was hard
sign, "Children tomer. When Tom Benson, owner for her to hear Bobby. After all, the
will be sold as of the Saints came over in his yacht, Saints had won the game that day.
slaves" and a he went to only one place on the Nothing else mattered.
rack of pack- Beach, Bobby D's, Saints Head The Dixieland Jazz bands at
ages of salty quarters. He became a close friend Mardi Gras, the exciting sounds of
treats, and a of Bobby's and invited him and Boogie, Inc., the laughterand tears,
coffeemaker. Lana to a Saints game and private are still now -all shuffled into the
There was al- partyaftertheDetroitgamein 1994. archives of Beach history.
ways some Bobby D Bobby had his 15 minutes of Thanks for a great run, Lana
kind of t-shirt fame that day. Sitting in Benson's and Bobby.
for sale. The shirt which was most private apartment high up in the The bar whichis located next
well-remembered said, "Bobby D's Superdome, he placed a call to his to the Pensacola BeachYacht Club
Home of the Poor and Aimless." bar, and Kathi Feather, the bar in the Sabine Marina, will reopen
soon under a new name and new
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more history to our archives.
This week's question is a
stinger, coming from guest
Trivia Master Lynn Cieutat. The
question: "Who was the Beach
beekeeper whose honey was
called Sea Oats Honey, pro
duced by busy beach bees?" If
you are the first to email the
correct answer to this honey of
a question, you will receive the
coveted Island Times t-shirt.
Rules are the same. T-shirt
for the first correct answer sent
to islandtimes@bellsouth.net.
Email your answer with "Trivia"
in the subject line before 5 p.m.
May 16. Good luck.


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Pensacola Beach Woman's Club honors birthday girls
at each monthly membership meeting. Celebrating in style
with the Club's mermaid are April's birthday girls (L to R)
Dolores Gelfand and Hazel Fairey.


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Hard to believe it's Mother's
Day again already. Time sure
does fly when you're drinking
your breakfast every day! And,
yes, it does count as breakfast
even when it's liquid. Speaking of,
we had a lovely time at Courtney
Winstead's condo in Perdido Key
She invited all the ladies from
Mental Health Night for a special
weekend. Deb Friedman left after
work on Friday and traveled alone
to Perdido, but Paulette Provost,
Ella Hess, Charlotte Spencer,
Marilyn Lenormand and moi
loaded up in Elaine Mitchell's van
for the road trip. We were well
taken care of by Courtney, Elaine
and Marilyn who provided din
ner and breakfast for us, while
Charlotte kept an eye on the boats
through the binoculars. It was a
wonderful, quiet get-a-way with
some really special people. We
even called Peggy Henshaw and
enticed her to join us for a much
needed break.
I've got a wonderful recipe
for you this week. But, first I'd like
to talk about a Mother that is very
special to me. It's my daughter,
Melanie FitzGerald, and she has
given Bill and me two very spe
cial and wonderful grandchildren!
I know what you're thinking who
would ever believe that this wild
child would turn out to be such a
good mother? I know I sure didn't.
She, not only provides for
them daily, but she also spends
time and plays with her children.
They go to the beach often, 'cause
that's one of their favorite things
to do. She also talks to them lot
and, even more important, listens.
They play games together even
while she's teaching them table
manners. If you have ever been
in a restaurant or store with ex
tremely unruly children, then you
can appreciate the care and con
cern with which she uses disci
line. Which as we all know, is
different now than when we were
growing up. Somehow, we sur
vived and managed to grow up
without hating our parents.
By the time we had our own
children, we realized what a monu
mental task they had performed.
Parents were not afraid to be par
ents then and did not ever attempt
to be our friend. Friends were
your neighbors or kids you met
in school, but never your parents!
It seems to me sometimes that


these lines have blurred for the
more modern parents. And, it's
not a good thing.
Children really do need to
know their limits, even when they
don't particularly like them. I be
lieve it's imperative to know where
your parents stand and trying to
be friends only creates massive
confusion. I'm also enjoying the
fact that Sissy is just like her
mother and that the curse lives
on.
It's also nice to know that our
grandchildren are being taken
care of just fine, and all we have
to do is be the loving and sup
porting Grandparents. That's the
bestjob of all!
I also believe grandchildren
are our reward for not killing our
teen-agers. We've suffered
through the worst and the best is
yet to come. Trust me on this one!
If you're wondering what to
do for Mom or Grandmother for
Mother's Day, here's a treat that's
sure to start her day off right! And
Dads, you might want to make a
back-up plan to spend time with
the children yourself and give
Mom the day off! She needs it!
Okay, Mel, this one's for you and
is in the tradition of all Southern
Ladies everywhere! Thanks for
being such a fabulous mom to our
special babies...

Classic Mint Juleps
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
16 mint sprigs, lightly crushed
8 cups finely crushed ice
1 cup fine bourbon (or more)
Mint Springs for decoration

Bring sugar and one cup wa
ter to a boil in a small saucepan.
Cook 4 minutes or until sugar dis
solves. Remove sugar syrup from
heat; cool completely. Place two
crushed mint sprigs in the bot
tom of each of 8 glasses. Add 1
cup crushed ice, 2 tablespoons
sugar syrup and 2 tablespoons
bourbon to each glass. Garnish
with mint sprigs, if desired. Yield:
8 servings, so invite some of
Mom's friends. These are best
served to Moms while sitting on
a beautiful veranda enjoying a
wonderful southern breeze.
Enjoy, have a Happy
Mother's Day and remember,
"Why limit Happy to an Hour?"
See ya in the kitchen or on
the veranda......


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Pensacola Beach krewe noting that every dollar helps. Representing
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The Springhill Suites Sales guru
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Pensacola Beach livens up
Mother's Day with a smorgasborg
of musical selections to keep
mom's toes tapping. Lee Tracy is
hosting Ooh La La in the
Amphitheatre on the Boardwalk.
Adam Holt will be at Paradise Bar
and Grill. Kee Creek is playing
the Shaker. Flounder's has local
favorite Tim Spencer strumming
tunes and Crabs will have
Pensacola Steel playing begin-
ning at eleven o'clock.
GIVEMOMACRUISE
Joanne Johnson at Dolphin
Cruises suggests getting mom
out on the water. The peace and
quiet of her own personal cruise
on Santa Rosa Sound or the ex-
citement of seeing native dol-
phins glide through the water.
Find the boat ready and waiting
at the Beach Marina.
WOMAN'SCLUBTOMEET
Calling all Pensacola Beach
Woman's Clubbers. Next meeting
is May 17, 11 a.m. at Hunt Hall.


Only 229 shopping days left
before Christmas, and the
Pensacola Beach Chamber of
Commerce is already putting to
gether a plan to transform
Pensacola Beach into Holiday Is-
land during December. Lila Cox
just completed a grant application
which has been submitted to the
Tourist Development Council to
help fund and promote the
events. Lila spoke to the Cham-
ber board at their April 19 meet-
ing.
"I feel very strongly that we
can bring overnight guests to the
island," Lila said. "This will be an
excellent opportunity for the
Chamber to reinvest funds which
have been generated through the
bed tax."
As a beginning, the plan
would focus on the lighted boat
parade and the street parade, but
would add a number of other holi-


day events to be included in the
first three week celebration.
At the April 24 general mem-
bership meeting Jeff Elbert, presi
dent, thanked the Chamber mem-
bers for their outstanding efforts
put forth during the Beach Clean
UponApril 14 and serving craw-
fish at Bamboo Willlie's Crawfish
Festival.
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team dished it out."
The Chamber received a $500
gift from Bamboo Willie's and net-
ted $687 in tips. The monies will
be dedicated to upgrading the
Chamber's computer system.
In other business Richard
Butler, general manager of the
Bob Sikes Toll Facility noted that
the computers which report traf-
fic data are working again. Also,
he said that motorists who are


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having a slow response time from
the automated arms should stop
in at Lane 4 to have the batteries
in their transponders checked.
Chamber members acted on a
number of other items which are
being implemented:
Deadline for artists to sub-
mit a design for the Chamber t
shirt was extended to May 10.
A request to the SRIA to
install clear signage on pedestrian
crosswalks will be made
The President will ask the
SRIA to open discussion on the
ban on RV/Motorhome parking
on the island.
Members will give input
to the National Park Service stat-
ing their support of having SR 399
between Navarre and Pensacola
Beach and the road to Ft. Pickens
rebuilt and open to the public.
+ Work will begin on the


dedication of the Harry Gowens
Spirit of Pensacola Beach Park
+ The Chamber will request
that the State of Florida send
Tracy Mitchell, Sales Tax edu-
cation specialist to conduct a
seminar regarding business per
centages and how they are
handled in regard to the sales
tax.
The Chamber voiced its
support of having Beach Char-
ter boats provide service to Ft.
Pickens from the Beach Marina.
Anyone interested in join-
ing the Chamber should call
Sandy Johnston at 932-1500 for
complete details.
The next general member-
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at the Comfort Inn on Tuesday,
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Volunteers Dedicate 120 Hours To Bar Coding Books


The $25,000 book purchase,
funded through the grant from the
Laura Bush Foundation, will come
to the Pensacola Beach Elemen
tary School Media Center com-
plete with bar codes. It was re
vealed at the School's Board
meeting, April 23, that a commit
tee of seven volunteers, spent 120
hours bar coding and computer
izing the current inventory of 5104
library books. Volunteers were
Marilyn Sundstrom, Sandi
Johnson, Donna Marker, Linda
Dempsey, Lila Cox, Mike
Jurkowich, and Bettie Lee
Sundstrom.
"We had to research each
title at the Library of Congress,"


Marilyn Sundstrom said. "Then
we manually entered the inform
tion into a database."
More good news came from
the teachers who had volun
teered their time at Friday's Pizza
and A Movie fundraiser. Children
came to the school from 6 to 9
pm. and the event netted one
thousand dollars.
Board member Shelby Smith
said she would like to see a reso
lution for the teachers who had
given their time to the event.
Dan Green, board president
agreed. "We do appreciate these
teachers," he said. "The kids had
a great time." The motion to pre
pare a resolution was unani


Pensacola Beach Elementary School honored the hard working
souls who tirelessly volunteer on campus at the Volunteer
Appreciation Breakfast, Tuesday, May 1. Among the dozens of
volunteers, these received special recognition: (L to R) retiring
PBES Board member Marilyn Sundstrom, Steve Speirs and his pooch
Paige who volunteer as crossing guards, and Katie Cronin, who
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Todd McCurdy updated the
Board on the continuing
fundraising projects. The Part
ners-In-Education project is up to
$57,000 on the way to the goal of
$118,000 by July 30. He an
nounced that the Optimist's Club
Giddy Up Gala raised $6200 for
the school.
"The Sea Oats Sale is going
on now," McCurdy said. "Tell
everyone about the Sea Oats.
They are really great plants." Or
ders must be place at the school
in advance. For more information,
call Fran McCurdy at 850-501
4787.
The Board is working on its
enrollment policy to meet the re
quirements of the Florida Class
Size Amendment. Currently, 18
students may be in kindergarten
through third grade. Grades four
and five can accommodate 22 stu
dents each. Beach children get the
first slots, then siblings of en
rolled students, founding or cur
rent board members' children fol
lowed by Escambia County and
Santa Rosa County residents.
Board member Reed Dunne thinks
the policy is too rigid. A subcom
mittee met on May 7 and will bring
their recommendation to the regu
lar Board meeting, May 21 at 6
p.m. at the school. The meetings
are open to the public.


Marine Corps Introduces Its Own Pelican
The United States Marine Corps will unveil their Ma
rine Pelican at 6:15 p.m. at the Bands on the Beach, May 22.
The public is invited to the first showing of the latest edition
of the local pelican flock. Not Quite Fab will be playing from
7 to 9 p.m.
Prior to the Bands on the Beach the new Public Safety
Building on Casino Beach will be dedicated. The dedication
and barbecue will be invitation only, and Buck Lee, Santa
Rosa Island Authority general manager, anticipates the
crowds will go directly from the dedication to see the unveil
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Beach School Students Shine Pen Winning Essay, Win Math Competion, Prepare To Move Up


Pensacola Beach Elementary
School fifth grade students are
counting down the days until the
final school bell rings. Instead of
coasting into the lazy days of
summer, they are busy accepting
awards and attending field trips,
Fifth grader Jordan Cahela
penned an
essa y
about the
lessons she
learned
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gram. As
the winner,
Jordan Cahela she took
home a new
backpack, sweatshirt, soccer ball
and skim board. The announce-
ment came during the DARE
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Tatro, who has been the Beach
School's DARE instructor for five
years, made the presentation.
The Pensacola Beach Fifth
Grade Sunshine Math Team of


Sage Dunne, Mitchell Robbins, Cate Hodges was named
Bailey Trzcinski and Stephanie the Shining Star of Pensacola
Moraes were brighter than any Beach Elementary School and
other Escambia County team. Out Robbie McLin is the Student of
of400student theYear. Both fifth

the fifhgrad- elected by faculty
ers brought for their excellent
first place citizenship, posi-
honors to the tive attitude, being
Beach School a peer role model
during the and superior aca-
Escambia demic progress
County Sun- Sunshine Math First Place Team during their ca
shine Math Mitchell, Sage, Bailey, and Stephanie reers at Pensacola
Competition, Beach Elementary
April 21. The Fourth Grade Team School.
composed of Sara Post, Jett Fifth graders will continue
Crowdis, Zane GillandWillGreen their academic journey into
was awarded second place. Also middle school but must travel
competing were Lia Lampone, across the bridge to a new
I,.. ...i". .... l., Iii .. I school. The class made the
I .. I i' ... .1II ... 1 i,, I 1. short trip to Gulf Breeze M iddle
The Sunshine Math teams School, May 7 forSixth GradeOri-
are coached by volunteers entation. Students toured the
Leanne Lampone and Reed -rhnnl ind 'ct r oin n limp-o
Dunne. Academic sponsors are I i..= F 1. i. i ..II 1.1
Joy McLaurine, third grade A much longer trip will
teacher; and Margie Pitts, fifth commence when they board a
grade teacher, bus for their annual New Or


By Dr. Chuck Randle
Pastor, Pensacola Beach Community Church


Italians say, Festa della
mamma; Portugeuse say, Dia da
Mae;: Brazilians say, Dia das
Maes: Swedish say, Mors dag;
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we say it, it is meant to pay trib
ute to those who gave us birth,
or to someone who has been a
mother figure to us. Mothers are
special. For example, while
watching a NFL football game,
often the camera pans around the
crowd and the players and settles
on a player who has just scored a
touchdown, or made a super good
play, and this player with bulging
muscles, turns and mouths the
words, "Hi Mom! I love you'"
Or, a child off to college is having
a bad day, so she calls home and
as soon as Mom answers the
phone, the child bursts out in
tears. She knows Mom will pro
vide a listening ear. Some may
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sending cards is one of the ap
propriate ways to say thanks to


our mothers. Of course, there's
the good old telephone and more
calls are made on Mother's Day
than any other holiday of the year.
And what is more precious than
those creations made at school,
under the direction of the teacher,
that reflect the child's knowledge
ofhis/hermother Ourpre-school
great grandson said his mother
weighed 20 pounds and was 60
feet tall!! Those mementos donot
end up in the trash cans, but are
filed in a special place to be pulled
out when the child is older as a
reminder of how much he/she has
grown in knowledge. It also pro-
vides a good laugh for both
mother and child, and begins to
build the family lore. Whether
our mothers are still living or de-
ceased, we can celebrate the day
by remembering they were the
ones who gave us life and who,
in most cases, gave us a good
foundation for the living of our
lives. May all mothers have a
wonderful and memorable day on
May 13.


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the National D-Day Museum. grade teacher.
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Indomitable Lady Anglers Fish For Fifteenth Year


By Lynn Cieutat
The morning sky was still
dark as we packed the car for the
trip down to the Beach marina.
The wind was a bit breezy and it
was just cool enough to make
you glad you had layered your
clothing. Arriving at the marina,
my excitement was growing and
greetings were extended to the
women that had already gathered
around for the Lively Ladies first
fishing trip of the season aboard
the Lively One II. A quick count
assured Sam Magee and me that
we were n'.' :;.. to have to be
the "fish I 1' when we re-
turned to the dock. That nasty
job of sorting and bagging fish
belongs to the last two ladies who
arrive for the trip. On this trip,
Deb Friedman and Jackie
Henderson were the last to arrive
dockside. It ended up being a
pretty tough job considering the
amount of fish we caught. That's
the rule. Hate it for them.
The Lively Ladies do not
have a lot of other rules. We prob-
ably should have a rule about the
amount of food that can be
brought along for a ten hour fish
ing trip. The cabin ends up being


wall-to-wall coolers and I know
there is enough to last for two
weeks should something happen
to us. We expect everyone to
have a great day and enjoy the
peace and tranquility being out
inthe middle ofthe Gulf, but Iwish
they would not pack as though
they were evacuating for a major
hurricane.
Our first trip out this year
was a pretty typical Lively Lady
day. There were some warning
signs early on. As the sun be
gan to rise the sky was taking
on a reddish hue. The water
looked pretty rough, but we did
not care; we were returning to
the Gulf to begin another fish-
ing season.
Captain Ed took us out 10-
15 miles. The farther into the
Gulf we went, the larger the
waves got. I really do not ever
remember being out on waves
so dark and large. There was a
great deal of conversation
about Captain Lindsey Stanley
and her crew of her Sea Ya Later
II latching and catching that
world record Mako shark. The
ladies are proud of Lindsey.
The first hole Captain Ed put


us on was a magic one (is Eddie
really a wizard?). SamMageeand
Lorraine Brown were the first to
put some beautiful Snapper on
the boat. We were especially glad
to have Lorraine back with us.
After all, she is the one who
started this ladies fishing group
about 15 years ago. Even though
we have not been on TV, we are
the oldest established ladies' fish
ing group that has consistently
fished on a monthly basis when
each season opens.
Rough 5-7 foot waves
could not stop us. By 10:30 a.m.
we had just about filled the box
with our limit of Red Snapper.
There were fourteen of us fish-
ing and you can do the math.
Our wonderful deck hand, Jer
emy, did not have to even mea-
sure 99% of the Snapper we
caught-no question of the le
. ,i1 f their size.
snooped around some
more holes and put our lines in
the water for some Grouper.
Again, Sam and Lorraine came
through, as well as Amy DePew
making sure we had some good
fresh Grouper to take home.
Lorraine also managed to hook


up on a Tiger shark, which we
did not bring on the boat. Cathy
Long caught her share of fish as
well. Everyone really had a good
day. It was a little rough, but a
glorious day.
We live in the most beautiful
area of the world. If you have
never been deep sea fishing, what
are you waiting for? Get hooked!


Now about that Grouper, I
think I will take mine to Renee
Mack and see if she won't cook it
up for me. I recently enjoyed some
of Captain Lindsey's Cobia that
Renee prepared. Iam looking for
ward to seeing if Renee can make
that Grouper taste as good as she
did that Cobia. You know what?
I bet she can.


Fish Fear Them The Lively Ladies opened their fifteenth season
of fishing with a successful April 22 bottom fishing trip. Anglers in
the front row are (L to R): Lynn Cieutat, Sam Magee, Denise Keever.
Dee Riley, Lorraine Brown & the Grouper, Kim LoBue and Deb
Friedman. Back row (L to R) are: Vickie Scaritt, Cathy Long, Lois
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PAGE 14 Island Times May 9, 2007


Fishin'
with R
Saltwater
Rick W iO'


The Wct Ir


Welcome to Readin' the Wa
ter, local fishing' report -what's
happening' and what to do about it.
At the Gulf Pier, the Ling or
Cobia are the #1 target for the lo
cal anglers. I've seen dozens
come up in the past few weeks
and pier employee Trace Lewis
say's, "It's hot right now all the
time."
Cigar minnows are the bait
of choice and orange seems to be
the top color for the lures. King
Macs and Spanish Macs are hot
also. Live bait fish always give
the best results.
Pompano on sandfleas and
you'll be limitin' out in no time.
Don't forget that little pink teaser


ball near the hook, it works
wonders.Sheepshead are all
around the piles. Jig with a fid
dler crab and that's it.
Tip of the day"
Crappie jigs -10 for a buck
and the Spanish can't stop hitting
'em. Always use mono leaders,
more hits, more fish.
On the old Bridge the Reds
are all around the Bridge and a fat
live shrimp should take care of it.
Spanish on the" tip of the day"
and dinner in no time, orjig for a
flounder. Use a white grub and
tip it with a piece of cut bait. Then
stuff it with blue crab.
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Jeff Locks Poker Players Out of the Winners Circle


Historic Islander Lounge
Jeff Lockwood is on his way
to making history
at the oldest
lounge on
Pensacola Beach.
He has fourwins
at the Texas Hold
'Em 4 Fun games
played at the Is
lander Lounge's
upstairs Cypress
Bar. He could not
be beat on April
21 or April 28,
eventhough Fran
Cox and Trace Fr
Lewis gave him a
run for his chips.
Paradise Poker
Dr. Glen Burleson danced


an


with Lady Luck all night to win
the Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun poker
game on April 23 at
the Paradise Bar and
Grill. Glen just re
turned from a Vegas
trip. Cool Hand Fran
Cox was second
place.
Rookie Ross
Dozier traveled
south from Gulf
Breeze to take the
win at Paradise on
April 25. Cool Hand
Fran Cox was the
Cox runner up again this
week.
Fran Cox moved up a notch
to take the win on the last day of
April at Paradise. Secondhand


Fran Cox continued his cosmic
play with pocket Aces on the
last hand of the tournament to
take out first timer Dave
McGreal,
a G.ulf
Breeze
basket
b a 1 1
coach, to
claim the
shirt and
the Glory.
May
2 at the
soundside
tables in
Paradise AnneVinson does a
Redneck
Anne Vinson stormed her way
through the players and then


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took out the 2006 Beach Cham-
pion Trace Lewis in a 30 hand
final showdown!
Paddy's Poker
April 22 ac
tion was hot
w h e n
"Coolhand"
Fran Cox went
the distance to
night takin'
down Mark
Beachman in the
final. Two nights
later Chris "Hol
lywood" Rapp
from Gulf Breeze
ctory dance. went all the way
and took out
Cool Hand Fran Cox in the Fi
nal.


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By Danah Gibson


To have a special day set
apart to mark the celebration of
Mother's Day is exciting and
wonderful to look forward to. It's
also a challenge for the children,
to figure out just what gift Mom
would love, and what you can af
ford.
You might not realize this,
unless you are a Mother,but even
the smallest thought is precious.
You also know how sad it can be
NOT to receive a Mother's day
call, card, or gift, regardless of
how big or small. Even a long
distance call or localvisit, a great
big hug or a trip to your favorite
restaurant, spa, or just a trip to
the Gulf for a family picnic iswon
derful. For your family to recog
nize and make an effort to cel
ebrate your place in their life, even
with the most simple of gifts or
acknowledgement, is nirvana!
As a Mother of one, and a
Grandmother of one, I can tellyou
how much I look forward to
Mother's Day Weekend! Notjust
the Day, but the whole week
end-calls, visits, even if I have
to plan the picnic or make the
Sunday dinner! After all, having
a child is a lifetime commitment,
and the rewards truly keep com-
ing each time they visit, call, or
stop by for an unexpected visit!
[Yes, it's true: I wait like a child
looking for Santa at Christmas for
that early morning call, and the
plans with my son and family. In
fact, right now, I am wondering
"What's the plan?"]
So, I decided it would be de
lightful to have a Mother's Day
wish list! Here are a few suggest
tions:
First, that all important tele
phone call before, during, and
even after Mother's Day You sim-
ply cannot thank Mother
enough!
Ah, dinner? Think about all
those dinners I cooked...those
parties and proms I planned and
chauffeured! A trip? A surprise
gift? Flowers? Oh, any of these
will do....even a hand written
card, a crayon drawing by my
Granddaughter would be cher
ished!
Here are a few suggestions I
could make, just in case you
wanted to make your own check
list: Everything lavender Foot
Cream, accompanied by a won
derful foot rub. Some delicious
Body Butter for a luxurious body


treatment. A cool Lavendar Body
wash complete withjojoba beads,
to make my shower time full of
scents and moisturizers!
And, then, there are those
beautiful flowers hand delivered
with a handwritten card of love
andjoy from my darling Grand
daughter and Son, all wrapped
with hugs and kisses that mean
more each day than any gift could
say!
So, take time right now to
plan Mother's Day with your
Mother...call her, tell her how im
portant she is to you, and make
loving plans to spend quality time
with her. You cannot imagine how
much your efforts will mean!.
Comfort and Joy...it doesn't
matter how much moneyyou earn,
you have, or you share, it's the
joy in your heart that can change
lives: Share the Joythis Mother's
Day!
With my most sincere per
sonal regards to all you Mothers
and Children, and to the love you
share: May it be comforting and
fullofjoy!


Green swimmers hair is not
caused by chlorine in the water,
but from the presence of hard
metals (copper, iron, and
maganese). Sounds strange,
huh? Think about old pennies and
the Statue of Liberty. The metals
are oxized by the chlorine and
then bond to your hair, causing
the greenish hue.
What can be done to prevent
this from happening? You can
wet your 'do with fresh water, and
run some conditioner through it,
so there is less water asorbed into
the hair. My analogy for this is
think about throwing a wet
sponge and dry sponge in water
together, of course the wet one
will take on less chlorinated wa
ter.
For those of you who may
get some seaweed tinted tresses
this summer, there are many
"Swimmers Shampoos to help,
but here is a home-made recipe
that I have seen workjust as well!
You will need Dawn dishwashing
detergent (lemon), Asprin, To


mato or Lemonjuice and Vodka.
Crush up the asprin, make a mix
ture ofremaining ingredients in a
bowl to the consistency of thin
shampoo. Apply to pre-washed,
towel dried hair, rub it in reallywell,
cover with a plastic cap and go
sit in the sun for about 10 min
utes, rinse and rinse and repeat
up to 3 times. Then, do a deep
conditioning, or hot oil treatment,
also under a cap, out in the sun.


If all your green is not removed,
wait until the next day, and do the
whole process again. Often it
takes time for these molecules to
slip out of your hair. If you have
any questions, please feel free to
call me at the Hair Hotline, 932 4323.
Happy Mothers Day to all
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first door prize of the day. Mary, who has been visiting Pensacola
Beach since 1953 is from Hartford, Connecticut. Her daughter, Mazie
Hales of Pensacola Beach is seated next to her. Standing (L to R)
Beach resident Lila Cox is joined by Barbara Vieno of St. Petersburg,
Florida.


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Mav 9. 2007







T4 LW22ARD'5 TONOE jKde.Ed NO
by E.K. Hewson 10ntS & th


For this Mothers D
tion of the Island Times, It
I would give myself a bre
turn over the writing of
umn to my nine-year-o
Harry At first he was sot
hesitant to undertake th
This initial response comi
my child did not surpr
knowing that on a stand,
practice reading test h
cluded that the little boy
story had wished he had
offered to help his mom.
prep company was look.
an entirely different answ
persistedandexplained to
that he could be like litt
who takes over the Fami
cus comic strip when Bil
takes a much needed va
With no further prodding
going or pleading, he took
favorite Spiderman pen
Sponge Bob notebook a
gan to write. Ah, the power
Sunday comics.


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ay edi I have a great mom. I am re and I ar
thought ally happy to have her as my mom. Mother
ak and She is a good provider of snacks. My
my col When my friends come over to takes m
Id son, play, she makes us real popcorn Movie
newhat and lemonade. She's not making we usua
e task. things on her sewing machine out times w
Igfrom of juice pouches, so we don't in betw
ise me have to drink from those anymore, the bigi
ardized Sometimes she even lets us have An
e con snacks in my room We have to with m
in the promise to clean up. store. V
never I like it when my mom super nia we
The test vises me in the kitchen. I know store, n
ing for how to make scrambled eggs in She lets
er. So I the microwave. She always pours and we
Harry the milk the first couple of times, with her
le Billy Then I can do it without spilling. magazil
ly Cir She won't let me use the big, meread
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cil and the idea of traveling She has andCha
nd be- taken me lots of places My fa-
rofthe vorite so far is New York City I
want to live there some day. Dad


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The Ocean Survey Vessel Bold docked at Palafox Pier April 21 as
part of Pensacola's Earth Day activities. The EPA's Bonnie George,
Valerie Coseo and Kim Harper greeted visitors and assigned them
to groups for vessel tours. EPA scientists boarded the Bold April 24
for a two week research mission in the Gulf of Mexico. EPA Island is
located just north of Villa Sabine on Pensacola Beach.

Leslie Faircloth, 27, and
her swing dance partner
Phillip Ingram, 28, stepped
lively across the dance floor
at the May 1 Bands on the
Beach concert. They
danced under a full moon
while Wildwood entertained
hundreds atthe Gulfside Pa-
vilion.
The free concerts con-
tinue on Tuesday nights from
7 to 9 p.m. on Pensacola
Beach.


e taking her camping this
'sDay.
Smom is the one who
e to the movies. We call it
Marathon Day because
lly see two in a row. Some-
e eat at the Mexican place
een the movies. They sell
gest Sprites there.
other thing I like to do
y mom is go to the book
'hen we lived in Califor
could walk to the book
ow we have to drive to it.
Sme pick the sweet treat
share it. Then if Ijust stay
r and let her get a book or
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in the kids' section until I
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PAGE 18 Island Times May 9, 2007


^Tf % 4; eLetters To The Editor


Fab
Since this is our Mother's
Day issue, I wanted to write about
special Moms that I know.
The most familiar Mom
would be my sweet Mom, Jane
Waters Cooper. My Mom is a
hoot. I remember when she and I
would dance together in the liv
ing room as she hummed the tune
to the Blue Danube Waltz. Danc
ing with the Stars doesn't have
anything on my Mom. (Always
ahead of her time!) We also were
regulars at the drug store and
dime store after nursery school
and kindergarten classes let out
at noon. We ate chicken and rice
soup with crackers and a glass of
milk at the drugstore. Then we
shopped for, are you ready, are
you sitting down, penny candy
and/or a toy. I really have no idea
what Mom bought. We actually
made sugared dates and fruit
cakes for Christmas presents.
That was the only cooking les
son I had from Mom. Her stand
ing comment is, "If you can read,
you can cook."
Neither one of us dances too
much anymore, and we don't cook
too much either. I can read; Ijust
don't have a stove (renovation).
But the one thing we are both
doing now is working for our edi
tor, another really good Mom,


Bites g its
Q: I have a computer with
Vista on it and I can't remember
my password. What can I do?
A: Since Vista has more se
curity features than Windows XP
did, you may have to restore your
computer to an earlier date or back
to its factory settings. Unlike XP,
there is no way to log on to Vista
without that password. You'd
think Microsoft was trying to pro
tect Fort Knox, not a home com-
puter. I had one case in which
the password had been set a
couple of days earlier by the
owner -then he promptly for
got it. I was able to start the sys
tem recovery process, then use
the "restore to an earlier date"
option, which removed the pass
word. Of course the big issue
here is that all your data is at risk
if you have to put the computer
back to its original state. One way
to reduce the risk of forgetting a
password might be to create a


Moms
Shelley Johnson. (She is also
Jane's third daughter.)
Now let me tell you, there is
no way you get a good husband
unless he had a good Mom. And
Alice Segar is a wonderful Mom
and mother-in-law. I worked at a
job in Pennsylvania and was off
every other Friday. So on my three
days off, I drove to New York to
see my other Mom, Alice Segar.
She always had hard boiled eggs
waiting for me; and I always
brought decadent brownies for
our dessert. We'd eat, we'd talk,
and I'd have to take a nap. One
time Alice decided she was tak
ing me to a really neat flea market.
We found a really cute little doll
which she bought for me. That
was such a fun day. We don't go
to the flea markets, but we still
enjoy hanging out together,
laughing and talking.
I have three honorable men
tions: Mrs. Dundas who raised
my wonderful, new brother-in-law,
Randy, NitaAndrews who raised
my wonderful brother-in-law, Ri
chard and Kath Hewson who
raised my wonderful brother-in
law, Big Har.
And I would also like to men
tion the really cool Moms: Janie,
Shelley and Liz. Happy Mother's
day!


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second user account on the Vista
computer. That way, if you can't
remember one password, you
might be able to remember the
second one. Then you can log
on and reset the forgotten pass
word.
This article was provided by
The Stukey Group. For questions,
contact Joe atjoe@ycpals.com or
206-3156.


Blues Fan
My father was a lifer in the
Navy and retired from NAS. I was
born at NAS.
When the Blues were flying;
we were going. My sisters An
drea and Niecy wanted to do
something different, but we
didn't. We always came home from
the Blue Angels' show in total
awe and could not wait for the
next show. We would ask, over
and over, "When can we go
again, Dad?"
Then the Blues started a
show on Pensacola Beach, if you
have never been, go! I get goose
bumbs from the power of "free
dom" that the Blue Angels
project.
I feel a great loss without Lt.
Cmdr. Kevin Davis #6, he was and
always will be one of the best.
Karen Hagford
Sister of P'Beach

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850-377-3145

Pensacola Beach Townhome
3/2.5, just steps from the Gulf.
Great waterfront views from pa-
tio and balcony. As is price
makes this a great investment
property. $395,000. Call Dennis
Remesch, Re/Max on the
Coast. 850-384-7607


DEEP PROTECTED WATER-
FRONT: 3 bedroom townhome
w/4 slips & Gulf views, no flood-
ing walk to Gulf pier & Board-
walk $575,000 Call Grey Burge
@ Real Estate House
850-572-7355


Items For Sale


BEDROOM SET 7 piece Solid
Wood Set, still in box. Retail
$3000. Sell $1095. Can deliver
850-418-2015

DINING ROOM SET NEW
double pedestal table, w/leaf, 2
arm, 4 side chairs, hutch & buf-
fet. Retail $4K. Must sell $1595.
Can deliver. 850-418-5274


Weddings


Weddings Performed. Notary
Public 850-748-6878
Waterfront Reception Facility.
Full service. Panoramic Views.
The Best Way to Celebrate Your
Day! 850-336-1924
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Real Estate For Rent


DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY
Gulf Front Condo Emerald Isle
on beautiful Pensacola Beach.
Two bedroom Two bath, heated
pool / jacuzzi. Tastefuly fur-
nished. Call 850-934-3442


VACATION RENTAL
Pensacola Beach Condo.2 Bed-
rooms & 2 Baths. Gulf view from
all rooms. Available May Oct.
www.vrbo.com/95159. 850-932-
0775 800-554-3695 Mention
VRBO 95159 for Discount

GULF FRONT CONDO- Emer-
ald Isle. Two bedroom, two bath
on Pensacola Beach. Daily,
weekly, monthly rental available.
Heated pool and jacuzzi. Call
Clark Allen at 850-324-2452.


The Gulf of Mexico is beau-
tiful, warm and inviting but
can sometimes be hazard-
ous. Where lifeguards are
present, please be aware of
flags that alert you to con-
ditions of currents.




Double Red:
Water closed to
the public


Red:
High hazard, high
surf and/or strong
currents


Yellow:
Medium hazard,
moderate surf
and/or currents


Green:
Low hazard, calm
conditions, exer-
cise caution

Purple:
Dangerious ma-
rine life


Help Wanted

Gift Shop Sales Associate
Needed for High Volume Estab-
lished Beach Gift Shop. Must be
Dependable, Enthusiastic and Out-
going. Great Hourly Pay, Health Ins.,
401k, paid vacations, all in a fun
beach environment! Call 433-9490
or fax resume to 437-7530.

Surf Side Food Store- Full time and
part time positions. Work in down-
town Pensacola Beach. Good Pay.
Good Working Conditions. Great
Location. Apply in person at the
store, 22 Via de Luna, Pensacola
Beach.

Pre-School Teachers needed full and
part time. For details, go to
StAnnGulfBreeze.org and click on 'Pre-
School Teachers" under "Join Our
Team!"


Cleaning

TIME FOR SPRING CLEANING
Capable, Bonded, Licensed
Now Offering Closet, Cabinet and
Garage Cleaning and Organizing
Services. Available to clean your
home or office. Please call 850-490-
5817 or 850-494-0964 for an ap-
pointment.

Get Ready for Guests!
DISTRIBUTOR
MATTRESS OVERSTOCK
New mattress sets, brand name,
warranty, still in plastic.
PILLOW TOP
Full from $155
Queen from $175
King from $275

MEMORY FOAM
Retail $1600, Sacrifice $650
Can Deliver 850-418-5274


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