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IVolume III, Number 13 Pensacola Beach, Florida October 24,2007


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Ghouls will gather and fiends will frolic as the end of October draws near on Pensacola Beach. Pensacola Beach Elementary School will host
a gaggle of ghouls and guys at the Fall Festival Friday, October 26 followed by the Beach Community Church's celebration on Sunday afternoon.
Trying on their costumes for the upcoming costume contest at the Beach Church are seventh graders (L to R): Matt Schang, Kyle Fogel, and
Thomas Fitzgerald. They are members of the Beach Church Youth Group and will help with the dunking booth and festival games at the
Church's Fall Festival. For more on haunted happenings, see story page two.







Vampires, Bats, Goblins and Ghosts Fly To Fall Festivals


Kidswill rule this weekend
on Pensacola Beach when the
Beach School and the Commu-
nity Church host their annual
Fall Festivals The Pensacola
Beach Elementary School PTA
sponsors the Fall Festival
which will be on the school
grounds on Friday, October 26
from 5 to 8 p m
"The Fall Festival will be
about the same as last year,"
Katie Cronin, organizer said.
"It will be fun ar'1 ,"mre f-w
everyone and we ... i.
really great silent auction with
terrific prizes going to the suc-
cessful bidders "


The inflatable slides and
jumpers will beback aind tie menu
is a kid's dream, cotton candy,
nachos and pizza There will be
awesome raffle prizes and plenty
of games, according to Katie.
"This is the PTA's major
fundraiser," Katie said "We hope
all the members of the commu-
nity will joinus for this event."
Saturday will be a day of
rest for the youngsters, but on
Sunday, October 28 they can
put their costumes on again and
go to the Church for their Fall
Festival from 2 to 4 p m
In a one of a kind trick or
treat adventure the kids can go


from car trunk to car trunk in
the parking lot and gather
treats Church members will
decorate their car trunks and fill
them with goodies.
There will also be a scary
haunted room, moonwalk,
dunking booth and music by
Boogie, Inc.
All the children will be in-
vited to participate in the cos-
tume contest at 3 pm with
prizes forth winners Hot dogs
and drinks will be served at no
charge The Church festival is
open to everyone.
The Krewe of Wrecks will
host its annual Halloween kick-


off party at the Sabine Sandbar
on Monday, October 29 begin-
ning at 6 p m
"Here's your first chance to
wear a costume and celebrate
Mardi Gras and Halloween all
at once," JeffG oudey Running
Around Wreck said. Ihere
will be a costume contest with
great prizes "
Krewe of Wrecks member-
ships will be open for old and
new members atthe party Dues
are S20 per personperyear Your
membership card entitles you to
be part of a big string of fun-filled
events from now until early Feb-
ruary, according to Jeff.


The Pensacola Beach
Chamber of Commerce will not
be left out of the end of Octo-
her social life They will board
the Portofmo Ferry at 8:30 a m
on October 30 The Chamber
members will don their very
best nautical costumes for the
boat trip
True Beatles fans will cel-
ebrate Halloween on Tuesday.
October 30 when the Not Quite
Fab appear in concert at the
Gulfside Pavilion at 7 p.m. on
Casino Beach Dressuplike your
favorite Beatle and enjoy the
Tuesday night Bands on the
Beach performance


SRIA Board Approves Hotel Definition Policy


The magic words at the full
board meeting of the Santa Rosa
Island Authonrty on October 10
were "hotel definition." After
months of debate and delibera-
tion on these two words, the fi-
nal guidelines seemed near with
Escambia County's already-
passed ordinance and the SRIA's
policy approved at the October
board meeting
The legal staffs of the two
government entities made minor
changes to the Authoity's policy,
and Board members discussed
the fifteen policy sections and
approved them at the meeting
I lhey then voted to adopt the
amended policy and to rescind
the previous SRIA guidelines.
During the lengthy discus-
sion Board members opinions
varied on how restrictive the
policy should be
"All we have to do is keep
in mind that our goal is to ensure
that the development operates as
a hotel," Board member John
Peacock said "We do not have
to micro-manage size or dcor."
An overview of some of the
key elements in the newly adopted
"hotel definition' policy are:
Must belicensed adver-
tised and have appropriate


signage Must be available for
rent on a daily basis
Musthave central phone
system, cable, utility service
Must have standardized
furnishings, front desk, maid ser-
vice, centralized reservations.
Musthave a singleman-
agement company for all opera-
tions which will certify and pro-
vide records to the SRIA
Use as a dwelling unit
is prohibited, but owners may
occupy hotel rooms for up to 12
weeks When not owner occu-
pied, rooms must be available for
rent
Fifty percent of rooms
will have no more than two bed-
rooms and two baths
Roomsunder 850 square
feet may have a kitchenette,
larger rooms can have kitchens
the contents of which shall be
consistent with franchise agree-
ments
Lease fees paid to the
SRIA will be 3% T here is a sepa-
rate fee structure for owner stays
beginning at$12 per day
A discussion concerning
lease fees for hotel room s brought
comments from Buck Lee, SRIA
executive director "I would be
happy with three percent across


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the board," he said "We're going
to be m better shape soon In three
years, we will have a nice in-
come "
Board member Tammy
Bohannon agreed noting that the
larger rooms will be drawing a
much higher rental rate so the
SRIA will be seeing an increase
in income
"However, I don't think that
the County has really considered
the loss in Bed Tax that their or-
dinance has created," Bohannon
said
Owners will not be charged
Bed Tax tostay in theirownunits
Board Chairman Vernon Prather
said that perhaps the County will
have to revisit that issue
At this point the Board en-
tered into a discussion concern-
ing the 726 unlimited size hotel
rooms whichareavaable a When
those rooms have been approved
for development, there will be no
more
"The Gold Rush is on," said
Dr Ih'omas Campanella, board
member "First come, first
served "
Individual hotel develop-
ment plans also reached the
agenda, and David Brannen said
the former Best Western would
soon become a Days Inn How-
ever, that hotel will be torn down
and a 19 story, 209 unit fractional
hotel will be built.
"The plan right now is to
make this a mirror image of The
Clarion fractional share project
where the room size willbe 1290
square feet," Brannen said "I
understand thatlhave a $296,940
consideration fee due in 30 days
and other requirements I am
good with that."
Brannen received concep-


tual approval for construction of
the new hotel
Buck Lee asked the Board
for their approval to act on their
behalf in working with Escambia
County Marine Resources Divi-
sion Chief Robert Turpn to re-
quest grants to construct two
snorkeling reefs. One located at
Park Eas and one at Fort Pic kens


gate.
"The process is very slow
andthercstrictions arehuge," Lee
said. Don't hold your breath
These things take a long time "
The SRIA meets next in
committees on wednesday, Oc-
tober 24 at 5 pm at 1 Via de
Luna. All meetings are open to
the public


Board Paves Way

For Time Extension

Road Contractor Misses Project
Completion Deadline


Island residents are well
aware that the deadline for the
completion of the widening of
Via de Luna has passed and the
project is still not ready Roads,
Inc. asked for an extension from
the deadline date of October 10
to December 13 at the Santa Rosa
Island Authority meeting on Oc-
tober 10 They received an exten-
sion until November 9 when hq-
uidated damages will begin
Dave Ilemphill, Baskerville
Donovan Inc. engineer, ex-
plained to the Board the nature
of some changes in the road con-
struction and lie suggested they
should grant the extension
"Four lanmg Via de Luna
was a 12 million dollar
project," Dave Hemphill said
"We knew we would have some
change orders and some pos-
sible time extension requests
In light of the additional work
that had to be done, the contrac-
tor is asking for an extension
to December 13. Believe me, I
will be thrilled when this is


complete "
Inhis report, Ilemphill said
the driveways on the south side
of the Surf Side Food Store
property will be greatly im-
proved. He also noted that the
road will encroach to the south
by approximately five feet and
there will be no median in this
location
Little Sabine stormwater
improvements designs have be-
gun, according to Hemphill's
report. The first project will be
a pumping system from Santa
Rosa Sound to Little Sabine
Bay to improve water quality
Hemphill said the nine
roadway improvements with
the exception of Via de Luna
have now been completed. All
22 hurricane repair projects
have been completed. Still un-
der construction are the shelters
at Fort Pickens gate, due to be
finished by October 25 and the
Little Sabine Lagoon project
set for completion during July
of 2008.


PAGE 2


Island Times


October 24, 2007




co ,IslandTimes PAGE 3


Barefoot on the Beach


By Jane Waters Cooper


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I have new eyes. I can see. I
have just completed cataract sur-
gery at Andrews Institute and I
will now recount the story of my
first ever surgical experience. I
always thought Andrews Insti-
tute was the exclusive medical
domain of injured football play-
ers. Apparently, this is the per-
ception of many people. Not true.
As a matter of fact, Andrews is a
hospital which thinks it's a hotel.
The furniture in the lobby and sit-
ting rooms is so beautifully
unmedical you want to take it
home with you. Amenities are
everywhere. Agigantic, ultramod-
ern fountain takes up an entire
wall in the main lobby. Glass
doors open without a touch.
There is a gourmet restaurant. On
and on.
When I reached the vision
waiting room, I sank into a big
leather chair. But I didn't stay
there long I did observe the
check-in station which looked
like it should have been at Beau
Rivage or Isle of Capri. Almost
immediately, I was whisked away
to the examining rooms. No wait-
ing and waiting to get started.
The examination takes a while,
but being attended to by profes-
sionals who tell you what they
are doing, makes the time go by
quickly. During the exam, I saw
all kinds of bright lights, odd
shapes and bursts of rainbow
colors. Any bumps in the road
which I had feared simply were
not there.
The doctor's equipment ob-
viously defies any room for im-


provement. And the small rooms
which house the fancy machines
are dark or light, depending on
the need.
Testing technicians are at-
tractive, trained people who wear
Hawaiian shirts. There's no white
coat syndrome here. They say
nice things to you like, "You look
much younger than your age."
The place has one flaw. You have
to tell them how old you are.
I learned all I ever wanted to
know about cataract surgery at
Andrews. There is a special video,
endless explanations of the pro-
cedure, and paperwork, and even
a person who calls you on the
phone just before your surgery
to go over the operation and to
answer any questions.
The stage is finally set. So,
ona warm October moving, Frank
took me and the butterflies inmy
stomach to the hospital. We
checked in swiftly at the surgical
unit and I was wheeled to the prep
room. The room appeared to be a
series of luxurious tents. A pale
pink curtain on a curved rail let
light in and shut out spectators. I
laid down on the oversized re-
cliner, and the technicians began
their work. Although the tasks
were serious, they kept smiling as
they administered eye drops and
anesthesia. They covered me with
a blanketwhichfelt like it hadjust
come out of the over I was no
longer nervous or apprehensive
The butterflies had flown away
I snuggled down under my
blanket, completely calm. When
the anesthesiologist said I was


ready to go, they wheeled me to
the OR in my recliner. (I guess it
would more properly be known
as a gurney.) I disembarked on my
own, climbed on the table and
heard bits and pieces of conver-
sations and laughter. I even heard
my doctor say he wanted a ham
and cheese on rye for lunch. I
could hear, but I never felt a thing.
About twenty minutes later, I got
off the table, climbed back into
my recliner, and took a return trip
to my personal tent. One of the
technicians asked if I wanted any-
thing. I asked for a drink of water
which arrived post haste, com-
plete with ice.
She then pronounced me fit
to go home. So, with a huge
pirate's patch over my operative
eye, Frank and a nurse wheeled
me to the car.
I am the first to admit that
cataract surgery is low on the risk
chart. But, I had never had any
kind of surgery. The only time I
spent in hospitals was when my
children were born and once for a
treatment of a back injury.
I suppose cataracts are no
big deal to some people, but, hey,
it's my eyes that we're talking
about here.
And, yes, I am that same veg-
etarian who slugged down vita-
mins, quaffed lots of water, and
whose health care professionals
were acupuncturists, chiroprac-


tors and people who cleansed
their offices by smudging them
with sage. And I love everyone
of them. But they don't do cata-
racts. Ophthalmologists do.
This column is not to pass
judgment on the merits of either
mainstream medicine or altema-
tive doctors. It merely reflects my
feelings during my first ever sur-
gery. It is the description of a hos-
pital in our neighborhood which
thinks it's a hotel. Andrews wel-
comes the general public as well
as thejocks. I didn't see any foot-
ball players while I was there. You
don't see many football players


Hungry Babies Need Your Help


If the thought of a baby's
hunger tugs at your heart strings,
here is your chance to help feed
these small children. The
Pensacola Beach Community
Church is hosting a baby food
drive now and through the Fall
Festival at the Church on Octo-
ber28.
"We hope to collect a large
amount of baby foods," Marga-
ret Belcher, a Manna Food Bank
volunteer, said. "This is such an
important part of Manna Food
Bank's many missions."
Baby foods can be dropped
off at the Church office, 920
Panferio, Tuesday through


Thursday from a.m. until 1 p.m.
or taken to the Fall Festival.


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having cataract surgery.
As you can see, my research
for this column has been, at best,
pretty skimpy. My hospital expe-
riences had been few and hap-
pened a number of years ago.
However, I do not remember ever
being ina hospital which had any-
where nearthe myriad of comfort-
ing credentials that the Andrews
Institute has.
And, it is all topped off by
the staff treating patients like trea-
sured guests.
I had an extraordinary ride.
And, I can see clearly now.


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EVAPASSESAWAY
EvaVanAlstine, 71, longtime
member of the Pensacola Beach
Community Church passed away
October 6. She leaves behind her
husband Larry and four children.
The family requests that dona-
tions be made to the Beach
Church hermemory.
BIRTHDAYBLOWOUT
Charlotte Spencer partied in
Paradise Saturday, October 13
celebrating a landmark birthday.
The former Mardi Gras queen had
her krewe mates and beach
friends dancing and toasting her
special day.
CONDOLENCES
Condolences to Thomas,
Debble, Lauren and Gregory
Campanella on the loss of the
patriarch of the family, Dr. Tho-
mas Campanella, October 6. Dr.
Campanella, 91, was a resident of
Baton Rouge and once served as
the LSU football team doctor.
POKERFACE
Local attorneyJeffGill played
his cards right at the Celebration
for Education last month. The
Beach School Board member
made itto the final two tables be-
fore a Queen-high straight sent
him home. All proceeds from the
event benefited the Beach
School.
BIRDS OFPARADISE
If you arrived at Island Re-
alty on October 8 to wish Nan
Harper Happy Birthday, you may
not have been able to see her. The
diminutive Beach Realtor had two


tall, tropical floral arrangements
from well wishers at the front of
her desk.
PARIYINGGLEN
Beach resident Glenn
Windham steered the Krewe of
Wrecks party ship as its Captain
in 1993. He has been accepted for
membership in the Krewe of
LaFitte, the oldest krewe in
Pensacola. He can show'em how
it's done.
BARKINGHELLO
Mo, Jackie Henderson's
black standard poodle, barked
hello to Danah Gibson when he
saw her at the Humane Society's
Barktoberfest. Perhaps he recog-
nized Danah from the Kritter
Krawl on the Beach.
LUXURYVILLA
Lori Dell and her boyfriend,
Jim, just returned from a Costa
Rican vacation. The accommoda-
tions were so wonderful at the
mountainside villa, she wants to
tell everyone aboutthem. You can
find Lori behind the bar at the Elk's
Lodge. She will send you to the
website with all the photos.
GEOGRAPHYLESSON
If you want to know about
exotic Caribbean islands ask
Genella Vegas. She sneaks away
from her clients at Danah's and
the Beach Yacht Club for a week
every October to cruise the island
ports.
BLUESFAN
Blue Angels fan Larry Helms
lives in Indiana, but never misses
the precision flying of the Naval


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aviators over Pensacola Beach.
WithIslandTimes in his hand, he
called the newspaper office to in-
quire about the 2008 date on
Pensacola Beach Here's the an-
swer to the question July 12.
SPOOKYCELEBRATION
Tricia Smith sends birthday
wishes to Terry Colley who will
be another year older on Friday
and to Jimmy Nicholson who
marks fifty years on Halloween
night. She says she hopes their
birthdays are a scream.
GEORGIAAPPLE
Not everything in Georgia is
peachy, according to Beach Re-
altor Karen Cook who traveled to
the Apple Festival in Elijay, Geor-
gia. October is apple time and
Pensacola Beach was well repre-
sented in Gilmer County last
week.
CHANGINGTIMES
Daylight Savings Times
ends on November 4. Turn your
clock back and save an hour.


- --


Seadog jumped offhis surf-
board long enough to race to his
computer and send the first cor-
rect answer to the last trivia ques-
tion. Seadog is back on the
Beach, where he belongs after
staying away too long in Califor-
nia. Now, he will be the real na-
tive he is when you see him wear-
ing the Island Times t-shirt he
won for answering the following
question, "A building on
Pensacola Beach was the tallest
in Escambia County when it was
built in 1985. It is still here and
functional."
Seadog answered Tristan
Towers and he was right. The
developers of the property actu-
ally took prospective buyers up
in a helicopter, so they could
hover at the level of the condo
they wanted to buy, and see what
their view would be like.
Runner-up this week was
Kristin Amberson who also sent
the correct answer, but a short
time after Seadog. And in third


THE SEAGULL5 SINGA Quiet Island
TH E EA ULLS ING By Tom Kirby, former Penps3ol3 Bv:ah resident
Oh, what a Quiet Island this To share with my wife over wine -
Santa Rosa, and candlelight.
The Beach of Pensacola, "
With its wind swept dunes of The sky has Blue Angels that fly .We j
sugar white, side by side, When just up ahead, | see a
And oats from the sea that shine While my footprints fade with pelican's nest,
golden bright, the afternoon tide. Dolphins play chase in the blue
green horizon,
I hope to catch a fish for our The sun begins to set slowly in As night begins to fall on this
dinner tonight, the west, beautiful Quiet Island.



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place was June Guerra, who also
knew the correct answer. She
added that she and Michael cel-
ebrated their forty-eighth anni-
versary right here on Pensacola
Beach on October 9. She also
mentioned that the San Carlos
hotel in Pensacola was the tallest
building in the State of Florida for
many decades in the 1900s. Great
news and a correct answer, but a
bit too late, so no t-shirt.
Do you want an IslandTimes
specially designed tee? Try this.
"The Pensacola Beach Elemen-
tary School Halloween Carnival
outgrew its location on the
school grounds in the 1980s. For
several years it was held in vari-
ous core area locations. Can you
remember at least one of them?
Rules are the same. Send
your trivia answer to
islandtimes@bellsouth.net with
"trivia" in the subject line. The
deadline to respond is 5 p.m. on
Wednesday, October 31. Good
luck and thanks for playing.


PAGE 4


Island Times


October 24.2007






Locals Celebrate Halloween At favorite Beach Haunts


Monsters and witches will
have plenty to do Halloween
weekend on Pensacola Beach.
Tricksters looking for treats can
begin under a full moon Thurs-
day, October 25 at the
Sandshaker' s Full Moon Party.
Live music, drink specials and
prizes last all night It's followed
up by Celebrity Karaoke on Fri-
day night. Dress like Madonna or
Kenny Rogers and sing up a
storm.
Saturday night promises
riches to those who are cleverly
disguised in crazy costumes.
Contestants at Bamboo Willie's
will grab over $ 1000 m cash and
pnzes. Paradise Bar and Grill prom -
ises the spookiest dressed will
win a free stay at the Inn on Sat-
urday night before Mardi Gras.
The Shaker is offering a late night
contest with awards being
handed out at the stroke of mid-
night.
James Bond look-alikes will
want to stop by The Olive Drop
for something shaken, not stirred
on Saturday and Halloween
nights. Special wicked drinks will
be served.
Don't put your broom and
cauldron away too soon Hallow-


een is Wednesday and the par-
ties continue. Just over the bridge,
Susi Lyon has the Good Time
Gang at Rosie's offering big
money prizes for winning cos-
tumes
"One thousand dollars will
be awarded at 9 p m on Hallow-
een night," said Susi
Hungry partiers will want to
stop by Beach restaurants to see


what specials lurk inside
For the saltier set, Trish and
Ron have turned the Namaste
into a ghost ship. The spooky
sailboat will set sail twice per
evening throughout Halloween
week Costumed characters get a
special treat from the Captain Not
for the faint of heart, ghost sto-
ries will be told. Bool


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Well, I have officially hosted
my first real party in God knows
how many yearsP I can't really
count the Fourth of July as that
was kind of a "drop-by" party
This was a real honest-to-good-
ness Sistersof the Beach Bridal
Shower for Jayne, second genera-
tion SOB and her mother, Mary
Drees, long-time SOB It was
great to see our "Baby Jayne" so
happy that she cried as she
thanked her "Sisters That im-
mediately prompted us to sing the
SOB Song. Now, this is not a
song that can really be discussed
in a family newspaper, although
I'm sure nearly everyone has
heardit, at least, once We'lljust
say that it's a song that expresses
our love for each other in a way
that could never be spoken aloud
(or with children present). But,
Lord, we do love to sing it! When
you are the recipient (or the Sis-
ter) to whom we are singing, it
becomes so much more than a
simple song
Paulette Provost provided
her famous Tomato Pie and can't
tell youthe number of guests who
said, "You need to print this recipe
in your column Well, guess
what? Its already been published.
I've tried to remind ya'll that this
is a cooking column I've even
said that you need to get your
scissors ready for the holiday reci-
pes. So, pay attention or do I
need to printthe recipe first! Amy
DePew also made an excellent
punch and that recipe may show
up soon. I know it contained
Champagne and something
There was not a drop left!
After the SOB Shower bow
hat was constructed, Jayne lead
the way to Paradise to start a long
evening of bar-hopping in the
"old" SOB tradition. However,
we're not as young as we used to
be and we had brought all the re-
maining food with us to contrib-
ute to Charlotte Spencer's Big
Birthday Bash. Let's just say
she's old enough to receive the
SOB gold bracelet. So, the first
stop was actually the watering' hole
for most of the night! Jayne did
complain that her "hat" wouldn't
stay on- Well, of course not, its a
paperplate! I don't think the pa-
per plate manufacturers had
"hats"in mind, but it was the pret-
tiest one I've ever seenI Eventu-
ally we continued our procession


to The Break (or Clean Joe's as
Jayne called it) and on to The Is-
lander for the final nightcap. All
m all, I'd say it was one heck of a
party and it took me three days to
recover That is why I did not
make it to the Krewe of Wrecks
meeting Mybran said, "yes" but
the body refused to move. Iplan
on going to the next one, but I
have a wedding to attend first.
We'll see how that goes
Remember when we used to
make our own Halloween cos-
tumes and it was a major event?
Almost like Christmas, with candy
instead of gifts. That's because
candy was a special treat and not
available ona daily basis Wehad
to eat vegetables and all sorts of
healthy things because that's
what was available in the garden.
I finally got a recipe from
Elaie Mitchell I've been trying
to do that for a longtime. Elaine
is an excellent and very creative
cook, who seldom uses a recipe.
Most of us are at the store with a
shopping list for ingredients and
Elaine is just wandering around
picking out things she knows we
all like to eat on Wednesday
nights Then, she puts it all to-
gether and creates the most fabu-
lous meals you've ever tasted.
This one needs to be on your
party list. As we say on Wednes-
day nights, Paulette feeds the
Spirit, Elaine feeds the Body, and
we all feed the Soul Okay, let's
cook.
Remake with Blackberry
Teriyaki Sauce
2 Ig cans whole water chest-
nuts
1 Ib sliced bacon
6-8 tbsp Teriyaki Sauce
3 4 tbsp. Polliner's Blackberry
(all fruit) preserves
Slice bacon m half Wrap
each water chestnut with bacon
and secure with toothpick Mix
together teriyaki sauce and
Polliner's fruitpreserves Micro-
wave for 45 seconds, mix well.
(You can use any flavor fruit).
Marinate bacon-wrapped water
chestnuts as long as possible (at
least 10-15 minutes) Place on
broiler pan and bake at 450 de-
grees for 8-10 minutes until ba-
con is crisp.
Happy Halloween and
"Here's to all my Sisters, I love
you so much."
See ya in the kitchen....


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sixteen-year-old Gulf Breeze High honor student is a member of
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training. His great grandmother Joy Anderson, left, says Currin
hopes to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy.

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SHOO FLU
If you don't want the flu to
bug you this season, stop by the
Pensacola Beach Community
Church House to get vaccinated
November 1 The flu shots will be
given from 9 to 11 a m The cost
is $25 unless covered by insur-
ance. Professionals will be avail-
able to assist you with insurance
forms.
HISTORICALAUTHOR
Krewe of Wrecks boardmem-
her Melanie Waite has retired
from school teaching, but is not
idle She has completed her latest
venture, A "History of the Gulf
Breeze Middle School," which is
on sale at the school for $20 per
copy.
WHATAJOB
Ashley Chisholm of E.W Bul-
lockAssociates extolls the virtues
of our beaches to travel writers
from across the nation Not a dif-
ficult job when you are dining in
the picturesque, waterfront Ca-
bana Club Cafe on Pensacola
Beach.
GRANDSTAND
Generous golfers putted a
round at Tiki Island during the
Toys For Tots kick off tourney
last month. They raised $1000
to start the annual Christmas
toy drive sponsored by the
Marine Corps Reserves.
THINKSNOW
Pensacola Ski Clubbers meet
the third Friday of the month at
Flounder's Beach for Happy
Hour. White sands have to sub '.
in for snowy slopes The club has
an active schedule which is avail-
able atpensacolaskiclub com
CHAMBERCIHAITER
Pensacola Beach Chamber PeUooecta
Business After Hours will be at
the Hilton, Tuesday, October 30 ..o
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members reasons to cheer as they kicked off their carnival season
with a meeting at the Shaker, October 15. Running Around Wreck
Jeff Goudey, center, refers to his notes as former Wrecks Queen
Margaret Cunningham looks on. The Halloween Costume Contest
and Meeting will be Monday, October 30 at the Sabine Sandbar.
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By Dr. Chuck Randle
Pastor, Pensacola Beach Community Church


We often talk about habits
in a negative sense, but habits
are often very positive. For ex-
ample, habits eliminate the need
to strategize about everything
we do from making coffee, turn-
ing on the dish washer, push-
ing the garage door opener be-
fore we back out of the garage,
along with all the other routine
things we do during the course
of a day. If we had to stop and
think every time we did some-
thing, we would lose a lot of
precious time. Habit allows us
to do actions hardly without
thinking about it.
Frank A. Clark said, "A
habit is something you can do
without thinking which is why
most of us have so many of
them." Maybe that's the rea-
son, when we're a few blocks
from home, we question whether
we put the garage door down,
or locked the front door, etc. As
I was leaving the parking lot of
the Beach Community Church
the other evening, it was dark,
and I made a right hand turn
onto Via de Luna and realized
that the driving lanes had been
switched to the south side of
the roadway. It was difficult to
reorient myself to believe that
it was alright to move to the
right lane of the two lanes even
though they were separated by
a double yellow line. I'm sure
that people from England find
it somewhat difficult to remem-
ber that here in America we


drive on the right side of the
street and not the left.
A blogger wrote, "When I
was 14 1 came home after school
and ate enormous amounts of
food. I remember eating, for ex-
ample, an entire half-gallon
bucket of vanilla ice cream
(more than two liters). Despite
this behavior my tummy stayed
slim and I never suffered any ill
effects. By the time I was 30,
however, the eating habits I ac-
quired in my youth had become
toxic, even lethal. My 14-year-
old metabolic rate had slowed
to a crawl, and all that junk food
turned into fat. The habits that
worked fine for me as a kid were
disastrous for me as an adult."
I guess the moral of the
story is that we should develop
good habits that will be benefi-
cial to us throughout our lives.
We try to teach our children to
say "Please" and "Thank you"
so that they become automatic
responses.
Frank Crane said, "Habits
are safer than rules; you don't
have to watch them. And you
don't have to keep them, either.
They keep you."
By reinforcing the good
habits, and doing away with the
bad habits, we develop a life
that is rich and meaningful.


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Optimists Tap

New Directors,

Recognize

Members

The Pensacola Beach Opti-
mist Club (PBOC) Board ofDirec-
tors and officers were installed last
month. The new Board members
are Joe Woodall, Bev Dufrechou,
Chuck Randle, Louise Greenley,
Marilyn Sundstrom, Rick
Sundstrom, and Sandi Johnson.
Officers are President Mary
Claus, Vice President Karen
Jurkowich, Vice President Scott
Neal, Treasurer Dave Sundstrom,
and Secretary Bettie Lee
Sundstrom.
It was a very special night
honoring those who served the
club. The PBOC Optimist of the
Year Award was presented to
Bettie Lee Sundstrom, for all her
terrific involvement, leadership,
follow up and dedication to all
things optimistic. The Rookie of
the Year Award was presented to
new member, Scott Neal. Louise
Greenley, past president and
founding member of the organi-
zation received the Award for In-
novation and Initiative for found-
ing the Optimist Club in south-
west Pensacola. Chuck Randle,
Club Chaplain and award winning
newsletter editor, was recognized
for 11 years of perfect atten-
dance!
For more information on be-
ing part of the PBOC, please con-
tact Membership Chairman Bettie
Lee Sundstrom at 932-0684 for an
application.


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Meetings Nov26 Paradise Bar
All begin at 6pm. Dec 3 The Dock
Join at the meetings Dec 10 Olive Drop
Dues $20 Dec 17 Flounder's
Jan 7 Sideline's
Jan 14 Elk's Lodge


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Dec 31 NereidslBrewe New Year's Eve Ball

SJan 6 Krewe of Nereids King Kake Party
Jan 12 Krewe of Nauga Champagne Breakfast
Jan 18 Krewe of Nerieds Moon Pie Party
Jan 19 Krewe of Junkanoo Kritter Krawl
Jan 19 Krewe of Kids Parade
Jan 19 Krewe of Bananimals Ball
Jan 21 Krewe of Wrecks King's Supper Elk's Lodge
Jan 21 Krewe of Wrecks Queen's Dinner Flounder's
Jan 26 Krewe of Wrecks Grand Costume Ball Dock
Feb 2 Krewe of Wrecks Champagne Breakfast
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October 24. 2007 Island Times PAGE 13


Espo's
Surf Repo
The other day I had a con-
versation with one of those
classic Doubting Thomases.
We were talking about Global
Warming and our local weather.
He was one of those guys
who believes Global Warming is
out of control, but thinks the
whole idea of weather forecast-
ing is just the government try-
ing to trick us. Hmmm, why
would they do that? To make us
buy more umbrellas? Anyway,
he just confused me to no end
He could believe that we
can predict the outcome of Glo-
bal Warming years into the fu-
ture, but we can't figure out if
it's going to rain next week In
fact some people believe that
weather forecasting is a myth -
a cover-up, manI
It's so funny that people are
confused about the weather and
the state of our planet. Some
believe in science and some
think it's the work of the Men in
Black. Wow!
Well, weather forecasting
is a science with high tech
schools and thousands of me-
teorologists around the world.
To consider that they are all
"in" on the big government
cover up Let's call it "the


BYTES AND BITS


I I By Freddy Esposito'
weather scam." Man, I was
freaking.
Then, it happened. He men-
tioned Al Gore, the Nobel prize
winner for bringing awareness
about Global Warming
This conversation just got
more fun, I thought. So let's
see, a few months ago Mr. Gore
threw a huge concert for Global
Carbon Output day or some-
thing like that. There were con-
certs with huge Rock Stars in 7
countries, all live on TV
Let's examine that Con-
certs with lights and sound that
use huge amounts of energy
Huge coliseums filled with
people, all using power for the


show Massive parking lots
filled with gas guzzling cars and
live TVcoverageworld wide Tele-
visions use power people!
Maybe Al Gore should have
just planted some trees or
stopped deforestation in those 7
countries. That would make
people aware!
Weather is a science, not an
exact one, no science is. But to
consider it part of ahoax. well
So the next time you watch
the local weather, look at the
stats. Are they just there to trick
us or will there be rain this week-
end? My friend would say to make
sure the meteorologist is not wear-
ing black.


It's that "Time" again Next
Sunday your computer's clock
may be offby an hour This year

one week later than usual. Some
computers are still going to auto-
matically change their clocks on
October 28 because their software
is not programmed correctly You
can correct your clock's time by
clicking on the clock icon in the
lower right-hand corner of the
computer screen. If your com-
puter displays the wrong time on
the 28, it will also be off by an
hour after DST ends on Novem-
ber4. Correct the time again and
you will be all set until DST starts
again next year
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pass on that. It only takes a few
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your computer clock.
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TE RICj reading the water
the Pass, also. A httle live shrimp tom water
S - -i--, on a slip sinker should do the The big boats are bringing
S trick in nice hauls of fish from the Gulf
,- I, ,', i' Mullet season is in full swing On the Total Package, Capt Sean
l, ', and they are everywhere We took Kelley and crew brought home a
U,,'B.= the 4Fun out and fished around nice load from about50 miles out
Grassy Point and Deer Point and after a two-day trip, an 85 pound
theMulletwere thick TheMullet Amberiack Grouiner and Kings


With the cool breeze coming
across the little pond, the fall fishing
season is blowing m and Flounder
are the target of all the area anglers.
Try going out to the Pass and with
the water moving out, the shal-
lows are the place to be
Redfish are stacking up in


boats were working the piers and
when we passed Shoreline Park
there must have been a dozen net
fisherman on the pier ready to
throw
The Specks are getting' big-
ger and are hitting all kinds of
baits in 4 to 6 feet of grassy bot-


They even tagged and released a
White Marlin on the way in
So if your tastes run deep,
book yourself good time on one
of our many charter boats They
will put you on the fish The
weather's great. Do yourself a fa-
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t Tiki Island Golf and Games,
aturday, October 13 to com-
ete inthe eighth annualAmeri-
an Legion Putt Putt Tourney
he top putter for the day was
each resident Scott Stanley
second place was awarded to
athy Coughlin and Charlie
)empsey tapped in for third
lace.
"We had a great turn out


and perfect beach weather," said
Legion Post 379 Commander
Chuck L'Oignon "And lucky
Darla Richardson scored a hole-
in-one on the tenth hole. All that,
and it was her birthday, too."
The proceeds from this
event support community pro-
grams and charitable causes in
which the Legion participates.
"We present an annual
Americanism program at the
Beach Elementary School,"
said member Tom Fitzgerald.
"We look forward to that each
year"
The Legion meets monthly at
the BeachElk's Lodge Formore
formation, call 850-572-2981.


Post Commander Chuck
L'Oignon awards Kathy Coughlin
second place at the Putt Putt
Tourney.


Darla Richardson gets a hug for
her hole-in-one from Post
Commander Chuck L'Oignon.
The birthday girl celebrated her
win at the Elk's Lodge later in
the afternoon.


Scott Stanley is a sportsman
and he plays to win. He had the
lowest score at the Legion
Post's Putt Putt Tourney and
took home the top prize He
was part of the Texas Hold 'Em
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being an accomplished golfer,
Scott excels at cards and trains
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Beach Poker Stars Shine Bright


The history ofpokertakes us
back to the riverboats gliding up
and down the Mississippi River.
Islandhistory takes us to the old-
est lounge on Pensacola Beach,
The Islander, where Tommy
Chavis continues his winning
ways. He powered his way to the
title October6 LarryGersheldon
for second place The following
week Anne Vinson knocked out
thp fipl, 1 nf hllpno~r anrl then


took out Tim Rinker in the final.
Paddy O'Leary's was the
scene for more Chavis and Vinson
wins October 7 Anne Vinson
chargedintothe lead after taking
outTommyChavis Shethenfin-
ished offthe rest of the final table
before knocking off Fran Cox in
the final showdown round Just
two nights later Tommy Chavis
battled John Choate all night and
tnn-, hIm ort in thm mnl FIT re_


peated for a win on October 14.
Trace Lewis had it to even in the
final, but had to settle for second
place
On a quiet Tuesday night
Mark Julian made his return to
the Island He celebrated his
homecoming with a strong win
over the area's top players
"Seems I was right," said
Texas Hold 'Em 4444 Fun pro-
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dealer at the Celebration 4444 Celebration 4444 Education hosted by Texas Hold 'Em 4444 Fun at
Education last month at Paradise the Paradise Bar and Grill, Sept. 28. Gulf Breeze resident Jon Rhodes
Bar and Grill. The charity tourney emerged as the winner from a field of 46 players. Jon was awarded
benefitted Pensacola Beach a two night stay at Paradise along with bragging rights until next
Elementary School. year's tourney.


lommy unavis, Ien, wno is usually ousy
winning poker games, served as a VIP dealer
during the Celebration 4444 Education at
Paradise Bar and Grill. Poker regular Fran Cox,
right, thinks before he makes his next bet.


Halloween just a
few days away,
the good luck
cat is
bewitching the
chips for
October 31
S action.


The Beach Poker players welcomed Mar
Julian back to the Beach. Mark whose job too
him out of the area was back winning at the poke
tables last week.


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Paradise Bar and Grill set the
stage on October 8 for Donna
Matthews to beat John Choate
and the rest of the final table
for her first win in Paradise The
ladies are fine card players and
Michelle Bourgeois had a great
night of cards October 10 She
took home another win New
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in a nice win over Winston,
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PAGE 16 Island Times October 24. 2007


niauty& Deach
By Danah Gibson


Danah's Hair Studio is
celebrating fifteen years of
being in business this month.
Hard to believe. Where has
the time gone?
To commemorate our first
anniversary, all of us (seven
stylists back then) decided to
take the day off to celebrate.
Gwen and Sharon made head
pieces for us to wear. We
started out at The Sandollar
Cafe' for breakfast, which in-
cluded the most fantastic
buckwheat pancakes and
White Russians. Just as
things were getting started,
we were invaded by protest-
ers! Some of the famous (or
should I say infamous) Beach
ladies, Jane Waters Cooper,
Karen Cook, Kathi Lewis, Bev
Wall, Deb Shaw and Donna
Mann gathered to demand
equal time for women. We were
having Men's Night back
then. Men received a free beer
with a haircut. They wanted
Ladies Night. They had signs
saying "We need Champagne
and Truffles," "Equal Rights"
and things along that line. It
was so funny! I still have
them in our scrap book.
The remainder of the day,
our mission was to have our
very own pub crawl, carrying
around a large basket of prizes
to give away, if you could find

Young Football

Fans Invited For

A Cup of Joe

And Fellowship

St. Ann Catholic Church in-
vites high school student to stop
by after the Dolphin football
game, Friday, November 9, at 8
p.m. The church will have aPost-
Game Coffee House atmosphere
after the Gulf Breeze High School
Footballgame. Thecoffeehouse
inthe Family Life Center Gym and
Rec Areas will be open until mid-
night.
St Ann is located at 100
Daniel Drive in Gulf Breeze. For
permission slips and more infor-
mation, e-mail YouthDirector John
Barberi at john @
StAnnGulfBreeze.Org.


us. That was kind of silly, see-
ing that you could close your
eyes and hear us all over the
Beach. We made our way
around the Island and ended
up back in the Sandspur Re-
public at Bobby D's. Home.
We all miss our little shop
at Surf & Sand, but we are
very grateful to even have a
spot on Pensacola Beach.
Since then we have celebrated
the shop's anniversary in
many ways. We even went to
Acapulco- twice
I would like to express my
thanks to all of our clients
who have stuck by us through
the good times and bad, hur-
ricanes, births, deaths, wed-
dings, etc. I have had the op-
portunity to meet some inter-
esting people from near and
far. The "snowbirds" who
come back every year, God
bless 'em! And our regulars,
we love you all. Thank you for
hanging in there.
I feel extremely lucky to
have a career that I still love
after 25 years part hair-
dresser, part psychologist.
My clients have returned my
favors ten fold, and for that I
am so grateful.
Danah's will continue to
continue to "Beautify the
Beach" for many years to
come!


CLAIRE WINS- Villa
Sabine residents Janet
and Allen Penmman get
ready to cheer
granddaughter Claire
Andrews, 13, to victory in
the Santa Rosa Island
Triathlon, October 6.
Claire who trains in The
Woodlands, Texas earned
first place in the 19 and
under women's age group
with a time of 1:11.21.
Her time would have
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SOE STANLEY STEEL ME
b a r OCmau V-8 Powered
I just celebrated my forty- grance in it stunk after they ap- the Marine Corps Ball) I would st 'eam C e
something birthday whichhadme plied it to their skin. Pool or per- have my make up professionally
thinking--canyoutellawoman's fume-take your choice, done. LIVING BRINGS IT IN. WE TAKE IT OUT.
age by her cosmetic purchases? As college rolled around, my My thirties were markedby Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner
Iremembertheveryfirstlip- skin started to clear up and I havingababy. Istartedworrying Area and Oriental Rugs.Tile &Grout
stick I purchased. Well, it actu- stopped spending so much time for the first time about those fine Marble, Vinyl & Hardwood Cars, Boats & RV Interiors
ally lipgloss.I wasinfifthgrade. in the swimming pool. I was a lines and wrinkles. I realized I
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Company has been exciting lips morning dressing routine because look 50ishin 2015because after I I 111-


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vorite flavored lip gloss, since
1973. Come to find out that the
Bonne Bell Company became the
first company to distribute a lip
product of this type. Not only was
the flavor innovative, but the stick
size and concentration of the fla-
vor were a first in the industry.
Turns out whatever those Bonne
Bell chemists concoctedto make
that strawberry scent so strong
made me nauseous. To this day,
my stomach does somersaults
whenever I get whiff of any
scented lip gloss mainly worn by
10-year-old girls today.
My middle school years
were spent dousing myself in Jean
Nate. Nothing better than a class-
room full of pre-teen girls who
have spent their PE time running
around outside on a hot and hu-
mid New Orleans day and then
splashing themselves liberally
with Jean Nate. After all, clean
never felt so fresh. I guess taking
a shower might have been too
muchto ask of us. I couldn'thelp
but notice all the Jean Nate prod-
ucts in my friend's downstairs
bathroom. I guess I should men-
tion that her daughter, Kyla, is in
seventh grade.
As I entered high school at
Pensacola Catholic, I had more
angst about whether my hair was
going to dry after morning swim
practice and before I entered the
pool again at three in the after-
noon than anything else. I had
no time for cosmetics and my
skincare consisted of Sea Breeze
and Clearasil with a little bit of
chlorine thrown in for good m ea-
sure. All those hours spent im-
mersed in chlorinated water did
wonders for my teenage acne and
body chemistry. I would later
learn that chemically manufac-
tured fragrances react with chlo-
rine to make one terrific smell. I
like to call it STINK! I can't even
explain the look of disappoint-
ment on the two teenagers in my
neighborhood who are swimmers
and who sought out my advice
as to why anything with fra-


I was determined to use it all --
the perfume, body powder, body
spray, bath gel, lotion and mois-
turizer. I would even tear out the
samples from magazines, open
them and place them in my closet
and chest of drawers so my
clothes could reek of Obsession
just like me. It is safe to say that I
was obsessed with Obsession.
As my mid to late twenties
came and went, I had long since
dumped Calvin and whatever he
was offering and found myself
spending way too much money
on cosmetics that I never used.
Name the brand and I had tried it
once. I couldnevergetmymake-
up to look the way it was sup-
posed to. Maybe applying mas-
cara while driving in traffic onthe
San Diego freeway might have
had something to do with it. I
eventually settled for letting my
skin be free and once a year (for


had my son I was lucky to get in
a shower, yet alone any type of
beauty routine. I think one day I
spilled some olive oil in the
kitchen and I wiped up the puddle
with my hands and then rubbed
my face. I give myselfan "A" for
effort.
So as I turned forty-some-
thing, I found myself standing in
the aisle of all the products that
will somehow reduce the fine
lines oftime. As I filledmy basket
I .1 l .. . .1 I ,,
pitched giggles coming from the
pre-teen cosmetic aisle.
To answer my original ques-
tion, yes, you can definitely tell a
woman's age by her choice of
cosmetics. I just hope my recent
purchases don't turn back the
hands of time too far. I like being
forty-something.
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Nuts & Bolts

By
Candace Secar


How Pumpkins CarvedA
Place in Halloween
History
Did you know that the Hal-
loween tradition came to the
United States via Irish and Scot-
tish immigrants and that Hallow-
een was celebrated as a holiday
in the 19th century?
The Scottish American and
Irish American families held
dinners and balls to celebrate
Halloween including bobbing
for apples and playing divina-
tion games. But the idea of carv-
ing traces back many centuries.
The Irish began the tradition of
carving lanterns, but it wasn't
pumpkins that they carved.
These lanterns were carved
from a turnip or a swede or a
mangelwurzel- similar to a beet.
I do not make this stuff up folks.
The actual carving of pumpkins
became a North American tra-
dition due the availability and
size of the vegetable.
The jack-o-lantern is from
an old Irish legend about a man
named Stingy Jack. He was a
greedy old farmer who gambled
and drank hard. (Sounds like
some people I know.) The story
says that Jack tricked the devil
into climbing a tree and then
carved a cross into the trunk of
the tree trapping the devil. Well
the devil wasn't amused and
decided to put a curse on old
Jack. He made him wander the
earth forever at night. For cen-
turies, Irish parents told their
children this bedtime story.
(Well, no nightmares there!
Hello, what were you thinking?)
So during Halloween, the chil-
dren carved turnips and made
lanterns. They placed the
candles inside to symbolize
Jack's curse.
It wasn't until the mid to
late 19th century that carved
pumpkins became an American
Halloween tradition. And on
that note HAPPY HALLOW-
EEN! Have a BOOlicious night!
Not nearly as scary, but
sometimes spooky Nuts and
Bolts ghostwriter Ralph Segar
is celebrating his birthday this
week. Happy Birthday! Hope it
is spooktacular.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


The Future Is Here
According to a 1998 Gallop
Poll taken of the U. S. Population:
72%believe inExtracellestrial Life
(ETL); 45 -.. bcIic\ c that the earth
is visited by ETL.
This increased to 48% in 2002
and represents over 100 million
adults; or put another way, it is
the approximate number of adults
who vote in a presidential elec-
tion.
According to a 2002 Roper
Poll, 68% of the U.S. population
believes that the U.S. Government
is holding back information on
ETL.
A 2005 National Geographic
Survey shows that 72% of the
people believe that there is life on
other planets.
Q. Do we have operational
space craft?
A. Yes here are a few:
Aurora 33A- Obsolete and
held in reserve
Lockheed -MartinX-33A, a
successor to Aurora (The A
stands for anti-gravity)
Lockheed X-22A a two
man gravity fighter. There is a
fleet of these fighters and they
are equipped with Neutral Particle
Beam Directed Energy Systems
deployed from the Space Warfare
Headquarters under the Wastach
mountains 80 miles east of Salt
Lake City
Nautilus Military deep
space fighter manufactured by
Boeings Phantom Works near
Seattle and EU's Airbus Indus-
tries Anglo-French Consortium.
It's a super fast surveillance fighter
which goes into deep space and
is manned by both U.S. and Rus-
sian astronauts.
TR 3-A Pumpkinseed (its
shape gives it its name) Super
fast fighter using pulse detona-
tion technology which can pro-
pel the craft to mach 10 in excess
of 180,000 feet altitude.
Northrop Anti-gravity Disc
- No information available except
that it was first observed in 1992
near Area 51 and about 60 miles
near north Los Angeles.
X A-75B or AH Shark -
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downed UFOs.
TR-3 Astra -A very large
anti-gravity craft part of the US
fleet and operational since 1962.
It was used in the first Gulf War
to direct B-52 bombers and fired
special ordnance.
TAW-50 Mach 50 (a mach
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gravity fighter. It carries a crew
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Teleportation Disc Not much is
known about this craft except
that it can appear and disappear
in an instant and reappear a great
distance from its original position.
This gives you some idea of
what the "Black Works" and
"Skunk Works" have been doing
and keeping the majority of the
American public in ignorance.
Whatever they are doing takes
money and I strongly suspect
that a lot of taxpayer money is
involved. It has been said that if
the American people knew what
the military has in its arsenal to-
day, they wouldn't believe it, and
would think that someone is fan-
tasizing about a George Lucas
Star Wars movie episode.
Keep in mind that retrofitting
downed UFOs has been going on
for over 60 years and a lot of the
technology that you see in the
technological stores is the result
of that research.
Additionally, it appears to me
that if we had been involved in
creating peaceful technology
rather than military toys, we
wouldbe into Intergalactic com-
merce and in communication with
other planets. The ETs have so
much that they want to share with
us. Remember, most of them, par-
ticularly those who have been to
earth, are millions of years ahead
of us technologically. How very
sad that the information given
here, and certainly a lot more, has
beenkeptfromus. WHY?
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Lot 27 Seashore Dr.
Sound Front in Seashore
Village. Community Dock
MLS# 315079 $749,000
1754 Ensenada Seis
GufFrontiPnvateCul-de-Sac 8t
ft. of Gulf Frontage
MLS# 288030 $1,575,000
GULF BREEZEJ-OTS
4 Soundside Dr. Lots
Sold individual or separate
MLS# 310300
$180,000-$280,000
131 Eufaula St.
Sound Front
MLS# 332892 $499,000
135 Eufaula St.
67 ft. on Canal
MLS# 332875 $399,000
Lot 1 Eventide Dr
Soundview
MLS# 336112 $280,000
NAVARRE/NAVARRE BEACH
8052 Sleepy Bay Blvd.
Bay Front Lot 105 x 896
MLS# 296513 $225,000
MILTON
6024 Moors Oaks Dr.
On the Bayou
MLS# 337317 $89,000

Call Conna O'Donovan
Re/Max on the Coast
The Beach Specialist
cell 850-232-4001
connaodonovan@aol.com
www.connaodonovan.com


Lots For Sale

Lowest Priced waterfront lot
in Santa Rosa Shores. Only
$249,000. Call Jeremy
Johnson, Island Realty
850-377-3145

Real Estate For Rent

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



Musical Services

PIANO TUNING- 30+ years ex-
perience in all aspects of piano
service. 850-995-9194

BOOGIE INC. GULF COAST'S
LEADER IN DJ ENTERTAIN-
MENT Book now for holiday
parties, weddings, birthday par-
ties, sporting events, dances,
Mardi Gras events. We offer pro-
fessional, experienced DJs at a
reasonable price. Let's Boogie!
850-438-1660.


Weddings


Weddings Performed. Beach,
condo, boat. Notary Public, fif-
teen years experience 850-
748-6878


Waterfront Reception Facility.
Full service. Panoramic Water-
front Views. The Best Way to
Celebrate Your Day! Full cater-
ing. Charter boats available for
wedding ceremonies. Call Carol
- the Wedding Reception Spe-
cialist at 850-336-1924


Help Wanled

Part-time Teachers and Assistants
needed at St. Ann Discovery School.
See StAnnGulfBreeze.Org for de-
scription/benefits. Send resumes to
Shirley@StAnnGulfBreeze.Org. Col-
lege students welcome!


Administrative Assistant, full time,
some weekends. See
StAnnGulfBreeze.Org forfull descrip-
tion and benefits.

Wanted: IT Coodinator in Gulf
Breeze, full time; Check
St AnnGulfBreeze.Org for full de-
scriptions and benefits.


Facilities/Volunteer Coordinator at
Pensacola Beach part-time. Check
St.AnnGulfBreeze.Org for full de-
scriptions and benefits.


Cleaning

CLEAN SWEEP FOR SUMMER
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.


You yourself as
much as anybody in
the entire universe,
deserve love and
flounder.


The High Buddha
of Flounder


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Voted 3A
Best SeaBod
RESTAURANT
O Pensacof t a


6 SEAFOOD!
Fresh Gulf seafood charbroiled over flaming
hardwood fires


SdMi SHRIMP
Gulf shrimp served scampi style, barbecued,
beer batter fried, or steamed in beer


Si T OYSTERS! i Ia BEACH BAR!
We sell so many, you know they're fresh! death the moon & stars on our beach

"Floundering at its best"es
Fodor's Florida Pensacola Beach"
USAir Magazine
"Best seafood on "Great Vibes...and happy
Pensacola Beach" U guests"
Fromers Guide to Florida 4- Florida Trend Magazine
SMbiM FRED FLOUNDER, Founder
At the traffic light on beautiful Pensacola Beach 932-2003 Since 1979


Largest
SELECTION
OF CRAB on
Pensacola
Beach

RDAD A CEAFAAI CPECIAITIEC


J Fried Shrimp W Great Steaks
# Upstairs Beach View Dining
$ Living Reef Aquarium Bar
I Outdoor Gulfside beck


uknM I aryland "Croab
Alaskan Sno rab Soup Cakes
bungeness She P ing Crb


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


CRABS
we got'em


King Crab & Sno%% Crab
All You Can Eat


Thursday
Sunday


& 25
Oysters
& \\ ings
Monday-Friday 4 to 6 PM


Look for the RED ROOF at the
traffic light on Pensacola Beach


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