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Volume II, Number 5 Pensacola Beach, Florida July 5, 2006


Pensacola Beach Skies Turn Blue


THE THRILL NEVER GOES AWAY The spectacular sights and sounds of the Blue Angels as they roar through the skies above Pensacola Beach
continue to dazzle crowds who pack the Island year after year. This year's Air Show will take place over a period of four days, July 12-15. More on
the Blues, pages 2 and 10.






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Take To The Skies


The sky over Pensacola
Beach is the stage. The members
of the United States Navy Flight
Demonstration Team are the ac-
tors. The production is the 2006
Blue Angels Air Show. Thou-
sands of spectators are on the
ground, their eyes focused sky-
ward. Once again the Blue An-
gels will perform their thrilling
maneuvers in a four-day format,
beginning Wednesday, July 12
with Circle and Arrivals at 8 a.m.
Excitement mounts with a full
practice session on Thursday,
July 13 at 2 p.m.
The full dress rehearsal be-
gins at noon on Friday, July 14
and includes Julian MacQueen
flying his Gruman Widgeon G-
44. Others flying before the Blue
Angels are Fred R. Cabanas in a
Pitts Special 82-C, Gary Ward
flying his Giles G202, the Tro-
jan Phlyers in their T-28s, Viper
West, the U.S. Air Force F-18
West Coast Demo Team, then Fat
Albert and the Blue Angels.
The main event starts at
noon on Saturday, July 15. This


year's show celebrates the sixty
year anniversary of the team and
is dedicated to the memory of
retired Navy Captain Ray M.
"Butch" Voris and every Blue
Angel who has kept the legacy
alive since 1946.
The colorful history of the
Blue Angels began on April 24,
1946 when Admiral Chester K.
Nimitz, Chief of Naval Opera-
tions gave the order to establish
the team. They performed their
first show at Craig Field in Jack-
sonville, on June 15, 1946 flying
F6F Hellcats.
The name Blue Angels origi-
nated in an unlikely manner
when members of the teams were
visiting New York City in 1946.
One pilot came across the name
Blue Angels Night Club in the
New Yorker magazine. The pi-
lots decided to call themselves
the Blue Angels, based on the
magazine article, and the moni-
ker stuck.
The C-130, the Blue Angels
utility place, also has a nickname
that came about under equally


- It's Blue Angels Tin


odd circumstances. Fat Albert,
named for its rotund shape and
size originated with a popular
children's cartoon character in
the seventies.
The F-18 which the Blue
Angels have flown since 1986
comes at a
cost of ap-
proximately
twenty-one
million dol-


own Blue Angels perform heart
throbbing, unforgettable maneu-
vers flying their F-18 Hornets.
But local residents are only
a small slice of the 15 million
spectators who view the shows
every year. In addition, members


lars per
plane. The F-
18 can reach
speeds just
under Mach
2, twice the
speed of
sound, 1400 ) -
miles per
hour.
Watch-
ing the Blue A Blue Angel pilot climbs out of a F8F Bearcat (circa late
Angels Air 1940's). official U.S. Navy photograph
shows in
Pensacola and on the Beach is a of the team visit 50,000 people
primary part of Northwest in schools and hospitals during
Florida culture. Locals never lose the show season.
the thrill of watching their very From time to time, the flight


ne Again
team performs overseas. In 1992,
they completed a European tour,
flying over Sweden, Finland,
Russia, Bulgaria, Italy, the
United Kingdom, Romania,
Spain and Germany.
If you have ever wondered
what it takes to put this show to-
gether, there are 110 members of
the support team. Who are the
pilots? The average age is 33, and
they are considered the represen-
tatives of the excellence and pro-
fessionalism, shown throughout
the fleet. Among the support per-
sonnel this year are 15 Marines
and 15 females.
Visitors to the Island on the
days of the Blue Angels perfor-
mance are urged to arrive early
and expect to spend the day.
Don't leave home without your
sunscreen, water, and some kind
of shade.
More information is avail-
able at the Pensacola Beach
Visitor's Information Center,
850-932-1500 or visit
www.visitpensacolabeach.com


Half Hour Added to Pensacola Beach Elementary School Day


Students at Pensacola Beach
Elementary School will get to
stay at school a half hour longer
this year. School will be out at
2:25 p.m. The extra time will be
used for instruction, Jeff
Castleberry, principal, told the
Governing Board at their June 26
meeting. The Board heard that
the Beach School is once again
an "A" School, by state stan-
dards. Beach students outper-
formed all Santa Rosa and
Escambia County elementary
school in the state's scoring sys-
tem.
Castleberry announced that
$20,000 Title I money had been
awarded to the school. The funds
will be used for assets and equip-
ment such as a copier, comput-
ers for a new Science-Computer
Lab, textbooks, and supplies for
teachers.
In his human resources up-
date, the principal reported that
a teaching position for third
grade is open and interviews are
being conducted. The Board, just
one month ago, at their May
meeting approved Castleberry's
teaching staff recommendations
which were as follows: Kinder-
garten, Jennifer Neal; First,
Sandee Bredesen; Second,
Debbie Campanella; Third, Tina
Reichert; Fourth, Susan Goff;


and Fifth, Margie Pitts. They
then, accepted a letter of resig-
nation from Marie Wright, a 24
year veteran third grade teacher
at the Beach School whose lease
was not renewed by the princi-
pal.
Although no official reason
was given for not rehiring Mrs.
Wright, it was noted that there


were only six teaching positions
open for the upcoming year, and
there were seven teachers on the
staff.
Mrs. Wright, whose students
consistently outscored all other
third grade classes in the state
writing test, will teach her final
year before retirement in
Escambia County.


The Board voted to autho-
rize Castleberry to hire Jim Bege
as the music teacher. In addition
to the third grade teaching posi-
tion, openings for a bud driver
and secretary remain unfilled.
Dan Green, Board president,
suggested that the following
Beach leaseholders should be
added to the Building Foundation


Board: Jim Cox, Ken McCurdy,
James Byrd, Dr. Randy Reese,
Craig Mateer, and Glen Goodroe.
Ira Rowe who has served in
the Board since the school was
chartered has stepped down.
Board members thanked him for
his dedication and service.
The Board meets next on
Monday, July 24 at six p.m. at
the School.


Beach Business Booms Bodaciously


It was good news for the
members of the Pensacola Beach
Chamber of Commerce at their
June 27 business meeting. Buck
Lee, general manager of the
Santa Rosa Island Authority, pre-
sented an Island overview with
indicators pointing to ongoing
increased business volume, even
as the Beach continues to recover
from the effects of two disastrous
hurricane seasons.
Buck also pointed out one
change in regulations at the Blue
Angels Air Show.
"This year, the Florida Fish
and Game officers will make the
exit from Little Sabine Bay one
way at some point after the air
show on Friday and Saturday,"
he said.
Bond money from the beach
renourishment project has been


approved by Escambia County
for use in construction of the Ca-
sino Beach restroom and the Pub-
lic Safety building. Bids are due
on July 26 and Buck hopes con-
struction would begin thirty days
later.
Buck, who has attended two
hurricane conferences says he
has learned one thing. Predict-
ing the quantity and location of
hurricanes prior to the season is
an inexact science.
"All of us need to prepare for
hurricane season, and then, hope
for the best" he said.
The one downside in Buck's
report was the absence of Fourth
of July Fireworks over Santa
Rosa Sound.
"I know everyone enjoyed
the fireworks," he said. "But, they
are just not in the budget this


year."
Sandy Johnston, Executive
Director of the Beach Chamber
commented that fireworks on the
Fourth and also on New Year's
Eve had been popular events, and
she suggested that the Chamber
should try to find sponsors to
fund the displays.
Sandy announced that the
number of guests at the Visitor's
Information Center was almost


double last year's numbers in
May. She said 2,459 visitors
came through the Center during
the month.
The next meeting of the
Chamber will be at 8:30 a.m. on
Tuesday, July 25. Business After
Hours will meet at Hemingway's
the same day at 5:30 p.m.
For information on joining
the Chamber or volunteering,
call Sandy at 932-1500.


ISLAND TIMEI-
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY
JANE WATERS COOPER, PUBLISHER
SHELLEY W. JOHNSON, EDITOR
Post Office Box 844 Gulf Breeze, FL 32562 850-916-5258
islandtimes bellsouth.net www.MyIslandTimes.com
No portion of this publication may be reproduced without
the consent of the publisher


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Island Times


July 5, 2006





July 5, 2006 Island Times PAGE 3


Barefoot on the Beach


Real Beach people don't
wear socks. I learned this early
on after moving here. I promptly
relegated my socks, panty hose
and high heels to an obscure part
of my closet. These items only
emerged on rare, special occa-
sions. The absence of socks was
not a Beach bum thing. It was
universal. I remember an espe-
cially active president of the Resi-
dents and Leaseholders Associa-
tion, George Heidcamp, who
spent as much time as possible
attending, and pleading the case
for Pensacola Beach at the
Escambia County Commission
meetings.
George and Chet Christie,
Santa Rosa Island Authority
member, would get all dressed up
in blazers, starched shirts and
khakis, jump in Chet's jeep and
go to the meetings. I doubt if any-
one noticed that their feet were
tucked into ancient topsiders. No
socks.
Although most Beach dwell-
ers wore flip flops, topsiders, san-
dals, or sports shoes, there were
a few spin-offs who wore no
shoes at all. One of these was the
gentle giant, J.R.Rigby, longtime
manager of the Gulf Aire Motel.
He went barefoot the year around
and the soles on his feet were the


source of bizarre Beach legends.
He used to entertain Beach kids
by running a nail into and across
the sole of his foot. When J.R.
went to a Mardi Gras ball, he
would don his tuxedo and cow-
boy boots. But, it wasn't anytime
before the boots came off. Hejust
wasn't himself if he wasn't bare-
footed.
Dirty Joe's was the comfort
zone of the barefoot boys of the
Beach. There were no dress
codes, but most everyone wore
shirts and shorts. They just didn't
wear shoes and socks. Beach lan-
guage originated at Dirty Joe's
and it was the only language spo-
ken there. If a barefoot person
had outdoorsy smudges on his
feet when he sat down at the bar
or started to play pool, he was
known as a guy who had "Joe's
Feet." Back a few years having
Joe's feet was kind of a badge of
honor. The words were a tribute
to the barefoot tribe proclaiming
themselves as Beach purists.
They never had to worry about
sand in their shoes, although they
did have to pull some sandspurs
off their feet often enough.
I still do not wear socks.
It's as if I did, I would be dis-
honoring my allegiance to the
Beach family and their cus-


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really neat people who have
moved here. They are likeable,
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is doubtful, however, that there
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Now, there is no more Tiki
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still some of us who never wear
socks. If we were to pull on a pair
of socks, it would be like break-
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Law. None of us wants to be
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The Youth Group from the
Pensacola Beach Community
Church will hold a Hot Diggity
Dog Blue Angels Barbecue, Sat-
urday, July 15 from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the Surf Side Food Store.
Mike Lalor, Chief Operations
Officer of Ritz Food Stores of-
fered the site to the group on one
of the busiest days of the year.
"I thought this might help
them fund some of their
projects," Mike said.
Sherry Hobbs, director of the
Youth Group, is thrilled that the
young volunteers will have this
fundraising opportunity.


"We have several projects in
mind," Sherry said. "The Youth
Group is trying to purchase Little
Tykes furniture for the church
nursery. Also they help with the
American Cancer Society Relay
for Life and assist victims of hur-
ricanes."
All proceeds from the barbe-
cue will go toward these projects,
so stop by Surf Side Food Store
and meet the cooks, enjoy at hot
dog, and help the Youth Group
with their community projects.
Volunteers are welcome. If
you want to help, call Sherry at
916-4338.


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PAGE 4 Island Times July 5, 2006


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A LA FAMILY
Judy and Chuck LeBum
L'Oignon are home from a fam-
ily reunion in Kansas City just
in time to see the Blue Angels Air
Show. Chuck was happy to be
part of the gathering of his clan,
and especially excited about see-
ing his sister, who he hadn't seen
for fifteen years.
BACK TO SCHOOL
Sherry Hobbs is thrilled
about her return to school as a
Special Education teach at Holley
Navarre Middle School. Sherry
is the Island Times Mother of the
Year.
HE'S ALL HEART
Jack White is recovering
rapidly at home after undergoing
bypass surgery recently. Kim
LoBue says she willbe glad when
he get all the way back to his old
self. In the meantime, he is driv-
ing her crazy.
WHERE'D THE YEAR GO?
It's been almost a year since
Pandora de Balthazar celebrated her
birthday. She will break out the cake
and champagne on July 8.
CHUCK TELLS ALL
Former Marine Corps officer
and Beach purveyor of pithy gos-
sip in his newspaper, The Sand-
spur, has just published a special
online edition a guide for sur-


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vival against all beach hazards.
He covers everything from the
sting of a jellyfish to the xeno-
phobic natives. (Remember that
word next time you are playing
Scrabble.) This Sandspur Special
is well worth a trip to your com-
puter www.pcola.com/sandspur/
SCHOLAR GOES VISITING
Beach kid, James DeNunzio
who graduated with honors from
Gulf Breeze High School this
spring, is spending a month with
friends in Vietnam.
BROTHER WELCOMES
LITTLE SISTER
Carson Keenan who is 21-
months-old welcomed his new
baby sister, Taylor Elizabeth, on
June 21. Parents are Kevin and
Jennifer Kennan of Pensacola.
Kevin is the son fo the late
Michael Keenan who resided on
the Beach for a number of years.
The original bicycle path was
named in his honor.
AVID ANGLERS
Thomas Fitzgerald and Matt
Schang may have to leave their
fishing poles at home when they
enter Gulf Breeze Middle School
in August. In the meantime, the
young fishermen are so dedicated
that they take their fishing equip-
ment with them to fish off the


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dock while they have dinner at
the Paradise Grill. They also re-
port major harvests from their
crab traps in Santa Rosa Sound.
FRIENDS WILL MISS
CAPTAIN BOBCAT
Friends and family said
farewell to Rodney Burrell at
services at Rose Lawn last
week. Rodney "Captain Bob-
cat" passed away on Thursday,
June 22. He was 52 years old
and had been on the water as a
boat captain for 30 years. Do-
nations in his memory may be
made to a charity of the donor's
choice.


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trivia question was the first re-
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question "In what city was the
phrase, 'Put Your John Hancock
right here' originated? The an-
swer is Philadelphia. John
Hancock was the president of the
Continental Congress which met
in Philadelphia. On July 4, 1776,
Hancock was one of the first sign-
ers of the Declaration of Indepen-
dence. And that's how the phrase
was started.


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Island Times


July 5, 2006


You, too can win a coveted
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"Toward the end of their show the
Blue Angels perform a spectacu-
lar maneuver which bears the
French name of a lily-like em-
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July 5. 2006 Island Times PAGE 5


After


Sundown


CRABS WE GOT 'EM
Go crabbing on the Gulf of Mexico, at Crabs, We Got 'Em -
Alaskan Snow, Maryland Soft Shell, Dungeness, Stone and King
Crabs are all on the extensive seafood menu. Sip and sit at the live
aquarium bar or at the upstairs, outdoor Gulfside deck. Oysters
and Wings are two bits on Monday through Thursdays. No reserva-
tions, come as you are.
At the traffic light -find the red roof and the twinkling lights on
Casino Beach and you're in Crab Heaven. Open everyday. 850-
932-0700.


PARADISE BAR AND GRILL
A little bit of paradise at this open air, island style bar with its
own private white sand beach. Pull up a rattan stool. Cold beer. Live
Music. Exotic Libations. Friendly locals. Lunch and Dinner every-
day. Cuban sandwiches. Black and Blue Burgers. Happy Hour 11-
7. Live Bands. Poker on Monday.
Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, it's directly
on Santa Rosa Sound. Boat and Bicycle parking. Open 7 days.
850-916-5087.


SEVILLE QUARTER
The Gulf Coast's Premier Entertainment Complex. Seven
rooms of fun all under one roof! Karaoke, Texas Hold 'Em, Team
Trivia, Pool, Video gamesand more. Live Entertainment Seven nights
a week with live music on four stages every Friday & Saturday night.
Serving lunch and dinner, too! It's where the Party People Party!
Located in Historic Downtown Pensacola at 130 East Gov-
ernment Street. Open Monday Saturday from 11 until 2:30 a.m.
and 5 p.m. until 2:30 on Sunday. Ring 434-6211 or visit
www.rosies.com


FLOUNDER'S CHOWDER AND ALE HOUSE
Step back in time and enjoy Flounder's antique collection. Step
into now and enjoy Flounder's top rated seafood. Indoor and out-
door dining. Even a beach playground forthe kids. Beach Bar'neath
the moon and stars Diesel Fuel in a commemorative mason jar.
Bilgewater Margaritas. Gift shop. Fred Flounder, founder.
Located at the traffic light on Pensacola Beach. Next to the
real shrimp boat. Open for lunch and dinner everyday. 850-932-
2003.


PEGLEG PETE'S
Ahoy, Matey. You've found a Pensacola Beach treasure. Pi-
rates welcome. Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or outside
on the awning covered deck. Glass front bar overlooks LaFitte Cove.
All kinds of oysters. Live lobster. Gumbo. Dinner specials nightly.
Sizeable sandwiches and burgers for Landlubbers. Take home a t-
shirt.
Look forthe Jolly Rogers flying overthe west end of the Island
at 1010 Fort Pickens Road. We're here everyday at 11. 932-4139.
www.peglegpetes.com


SIDELINE'S SPORTS BAR AND RESTAURANT
Score! Don't miss a point. See it all in high definition 11 big
screens, 42 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, it's here. Famous
for Thursday Wing Night. Burgers. Seafood and Ribs. Kids menu
forthe JV players. Full bar. Indoor or outdoor seating. Video sports
games.
Centrally located on Via de Luna, just east of the main parking
lot and the traffic light. Kick off at 11 a.m. seven days a week. 934-
3660.


MCGUIRE'S IRISH PUB
Even a bragging Irishman can't do justice to McGuire'swhere
the atmosphere is an authentic turn-of-the-century pub. McGuire's
has been named one ofAmerica's great steakhouses, and is world
famous for its culinary artistry. Dollar bills on the walls, a moose to
kiss and employees who give a damn! Try an Irish Wake or Senate
Bean Soup.
Open at 11 a.m. everyday. Easy drive to 600 East Gregory
Street in Pensacola. 850-433-6789


SANDSHAKER LOUNGE
A Pensacola Beach Tradition since 1977, the Shaker is the
home of the Original Bushwacker, a famous frozen concoction. Lis-
ten to live music most nights. Karaoke on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Party in the patio or at Bev's Tiki Bar. A Shaker t-shirt on Thursday
gets you half price drinks. Happy Hour everyday 11-7. Something
is always happening at the Shaker. Be there.
Located west of the traffic light, next to the Comfort Inn on
Pensacola Beach. Open everyday 11 a.m. until 3 a.m. 850-932-
2211 or visit www.sandshakerlounge.com

THE ISLANDER LOUNGE
The oldest lounge on Pensacola Beach. Happy Hour 11 to 7.
Hot, crispy deli sandwiches from 11 to 11. DJ spins dance tunes 7
nites. Fri- Sun Live Music. Shuffleboard, video games, pool, football,
golf, bowling. Brass Pole. PokerWednesdays. Original music Tues-
days. Visit the upstairs Cypress Lounge, open air bar overlooking
downtown Pensacola Beach. Available for private parties.
Find us at 43 Via de Luna. Open Everyday, 11 a.m. til 2:30
a.m. www.islanderbar.com 850-932-9011.


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PAGE 6 Island Times July 5, 2006


Our wonderful cooking col-
umnist, Kathi Lewis said the heat
was too much, so she decided to
stay out of the kitchen. On the
rare occasion that my life as a
newspaper editor, requires me to
cook, I bake cookies. And, since
I am a cookie connoisseur, I am
well qualified to write about the
subject.
For most Beach events the
hostesses are smart enough to
request that I bring paper goods
and my camera. Easy enough, but
there are the few brave souls who
request an actual covered dish. I
have two choices: ask my friends
to cook something on my behalf
or fire up the oven and lovingly
drop teaspoonsful of sweet, soul-
ful dough onto football field sized
cookie sheets.
Here's what you need:
half cup shortening
half cup butter
half cup sugar
one cup brown sugar
half teaspoon baking soda
two eggs
one teaspoon amaretto
two and one half cups Gold
Medal flour
one package Toll House
chocolate chips
large bowl
small bowl
electric mixer
big spoon
fork
big baking sheet
preheated oven to 375 degrees


Unlimited Horizons of th
Emerald Coast will host Dr.
Norma Milanovish at their Sun-
day, July 9 meeting at the South
Santa Rosa Recreation Center, 800
Shoreline Drive in Gulf Breeze
from 2:30 5:30 p.m.
A donation of $7 will be re-


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In the bowl cream the short-
ening and butter together with
the spoon, then use the mixer to
blend well. Add white and brown
sugar and baking soda. Mix well.
In the small bowl, with a
fork, blend the eggs and tea-
spoon ofAmaretto. Add this mix-
ture into the big bowl. Mix with
electric mixer.
Now for the flour, add the
first cup, and stir with big spoon.
Add the second cup and use your
muscles to stir in. Finally, get that
last half cup in there and stir.
Keep stirring until well blended.
Last thing to add is the chips. Stir
them in.
Drop lovingly by the tea-
spoonful onto the ungreased
cooking sheet. Bake for 8 min-
utes. Put on rack to cool. Watch
to see if that is the right amount
time, so adjust for the second
baking. By the time the second
sheet is in, your first group of
cookies will have filled your
house with a Heavenly chocolate
chip aroma. Warning: Grown
sons have a highly developed
sense of homemade cookie radar.
They may appear magically, un-
announced on your doorstep.
If there is any Amaretto left
in that bottle pour some out and
indulge.
This makes about four or
five dozen cookies. Eat 'em up.


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The SOBs are famous for their Beach wedding showers and Sara
Hosey's shower hosted by Sam Magee, Deb Friedman and Tarsh Bechtol
was no exception. Sara (right) has a custom wedding flute hand crafted
for her special day by her mom, Lynn Cieutat (left).


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Chamber members chowed on a smorgasbord of summertreats
provided by the Boardwalk Cafe at the Business After Hours, Tuesday,
June 27. Following the refreshments a Blue Angels poster was awarded
by (L to R): Michele Ciftci, Boardwalk Cafe, and Sandy Johnston, Chamber
Executive Director, to winner Jeremy Johnson, Island Realty.


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was named after its creator, who then
named the John Collins, after his brother.
To mix a Tom Collins, shake one-quar-
ter cup of gin, one-and-one-half table-
spoons of fresh lemon juice, and two
tablespoons of Simple Syrup with
cracked ice. Strain into a Collins glass
over ice. Top with cold soda water, then
garnish with a Maraschino cherry and a
slice of orange. While all Collins and
fizzes are made with a primary spirit,
lemon or lime juice, soda water and
sugar, a Collins contains ice while a fizz
does not.
HINT: Simple Syrup is nothing more than
sugar dissolved in water, in equal parts.
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SUPER SKIPPERS
Congratulations to the
Pensacola Beach Yacht Club
skippers who outsailed close
competitor, Southern Yacht Club
of New Orleans to win the Chal-
lenge Cup Regatta on Pensacola
Bay, June 24-26. Final points
were tied at 50 between the two
top clubs, but Pensacola Beach
Yacht prevailed by posting eight
wins to Southern's three.

SIX AND SEVEN
Sean Rogan of Sterling Re-
sorts announced at the Beach
Chamber business meeting that
construction of Portofino towers
six and seven will begin in
Spring of 2007.

CROCS GALORE
Don't wear socks, wear crocs.
Let your feet breathe all summer
long. These lightweight shoes
come in all colors, wild and se-
date, and are available at the
Comfort Zone in the CVS Shop-
ping Center in Gulf Breeze.

IGUANA GRILL OPEN
The Iguana Grill is now open
at the Sandshaker Lounge, Tues-
day through Sunday. Beverly
Boswell, co-owner, gives Beach
locals a break. They will get a ten
percent discount at the Iguana.

CHARITY GOES TO
COLLEGE
Charity Andersen who has
been the sales director at
Springhill Suites is leaving the
Beach to return to college at
UWF. She leaves her position in
the capable hands of Christy
Dixon.

GAME DAY
Our Lady of Assumption
Mission is hosting a Game Day
on Wednesday, July 19. Proceeds
will go to the Pensacola Beach
Elementary School.


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Danah's Hair Salon was filled
with excited members of a wed-
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their special "do's" when stylist,
Gwen Gibson, called to say she
was feeling a bit under the
weather, so she couldn't come to
work. Danah didn't call 9-1-1.
She called Sharon Mattair, who
rushed to the salon, and created
the wedding "do's" so the bride's
day was saved.

REAL HOME
Diane Tyson from the Real
Estate House is packing her file


folders. The Real Estate House
Beach office will reopen in two
weeks, and the Realtors will be
happy to move out of the trailer
they have occupied since the hur-
ricanes.

BE LIKE HARRY
Marta Ray, the effervescent
Best Western Hotel sales man-
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says "Get ready." She will soon
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by E.K. Hewson
by E.K. Hewison


As I sit and write this
week's column, we are expe-
riencing inclement weather
on the East Coast which
translates to a shift in the air
traffic pattern over our sec-
tion of base housing. Some-
how the constant stream of
Harriers seems to be getting
closer and noisier. Okay, for-
get noisier. Those aircraft are
teeth rattling, bone jarring,
ear deafening loud. Yet some-
how, I don't find myself get-
ting angry. Instead, I want to
brave the elements and stand
outside and watch them zoom
by in formation with the ex-
act precision of the Blue An-
gels but without the shiny
blue and yellow painted F-
18s, an announcer and
throngs of cheering fans.
To me it seems like every
day is an air show day at
MCAS Cherry Point. The
Harrier pilots are always up
to something, even on Sunday
morning. Then there are the
C-130s. They lumber out into
the wild blue yonder and ob-
scure the sun when the come
in on final approach. In fact,


both of Fat Albert's current
pilots, Majs. Stefan Mueller
and Matthew McGath, were
stationed at Cherry Point be-
fore becoming part of the
Navy's flight demonstration
team. Then there are all the
temporary aircraft -- from my
personal favorite the Cobra
helicopter to the F-18s all
taking up space in the pattern
for one quick touch and go;
or two or three or four; and
all visiting from neighboring
bases. It's a bevy of constant
activity in, on and around the
flight line.
On July 12-15, Pensacola
Beach will be host to Red,
White and Blues week when
all eyes are uplifted to the sky
to witness the amazing aerial
antics of the Blue Angels. As
they scream on to the scene
with afterburners ablaze,
wings a smoking and teeth
rattling, bone jarring, ear
deafening sound, keep in
mind one thing. That is not
noise, but the sound of free-
dom. Until next time...
Luv,
Lizzard


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The Pensacola Beach Woman's Club hosted their annual Installation Luncheon at the Bay Beach Inn,
Thursday, June 15. In conjunction with the installation ceremony, the Woman's Club made donations to local
groups. Receiving donations at the luncheon were (L to R): Sgt. Steve Smith, Escambia County Sheriff's Department
on Pensacola Beach; Pam Murphy, Beach lunch bunch for Santa Rosa Kids House; newly installed Woman's Club
President Chrissy Cook; Jeff Castleberry, Pensacola Beach Elementary School; and Beth Ramirez, Pearl Nelson
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Cross in the Sand
By
Dr. Chuck Randle
Pastor
Pensacola Beach Community Church


National holidays have been
an integral part of the life of our
Nation. We have celebrated 230
Fourths of July since the incep-
tion of our Nation. Interestingly
enough, the tenor of those cel-
ebrations have changed over the
years.
In our quiet little town in
which my family grew up, we
used to sit on our front porch with
family and friends to watch the
parades go by -- marching bands,
military units, and always the
honor guard from one of our
military installations, as well as
all the floats and home-grown
units entered in the parade.
It was a time to remember
the history of our Nation; it was
also a time to visit with friends


and neighbors, to catch up on
what was happening in the com-
munity -politically, socially, and
commercially. It brought about
a real sense of community, of be-
longing, of knowing that people
cared about one another. It was
refreshing that people could
come together without fear of
violence, riots, and just enjoy the
experience of being together for
a common goal to remember
and celebrate our independence
as a Nation.
As we gather this Fourth of
July with our families and
friends, it would be well to take
a few moments to consider the
history, the dedication and the
sacrifices that have made pos-
sible this celebration.


Beach Church Vacation Bible School was an exciting place to be in
the last week of June for these 3 and 4-year-olds. Each day was filled with
crafts, games and snacks provided by the Church. VBS students are (L to
R): Madchen Dorian, Matthew McCurdy, Ryland McCurdy, Marcus Lajter,
and Max Mateer. Preparing to kick off craft time are the preschool class
teachers, (L to R) Leslie Harpole and Shelby Hobbs.


Our Lady Rededicated, Ready for Summer


Bishop John H. Ricard, SSJ,
celebrated the re-dedication of the
worship space at Our Lady of the
Assumption on Pensacola Beach
during the Sunday, June 18 Mass.
Over 500 people attended the ser-
vice at which the altar was
anointed and dedicated.

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Bishop Ricard blesses Our
Lady's alter.
Get Your Game On
Our Lady on Pensacola
Beach is having a fund-raising
event to benefit the Pensacola
Beach Elementary School. The
"Game Day" willbe July 19,2006
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Hunt
Hall at the church.
The day will include 20 to
25 tables of bridge, canasta, mah
jongg, Bunco, and board games,
as well as a drawing for a basket
of goodies. A light lunch is also
included. Admission is $15 per
person.


Summer Camp
Our Lady will host the
"Stories by the Seashore" Day


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fifth graders, July 10-14. Call
932-2859 for more information.


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Mateer, and Benton Byrd.


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Freedom...
On this 4th of July Weekend,
we celebrate our freedom here on
Pensacola Beach and all over our
country. A proud day for all of
us!
That word "freedom" stands
for so much to a surfer. It means
everything. Surfing is Freedom -
freedom to express ourselves,
freedom to explore, freedom to
live a certain lifestyle.
You see, as surfers we have
no rules in the way we interpret
our sport, sure there are some
ground rules of physics, but af-
ter that it's pure expression.
The one thing that attracts
us to the art of surfing is that free-
dom. We live for it. We crave it
daily, and it defines the way we
live.
I hear people everyday, com-
plaining about everything, from
the government, to how much
they hate it here in the land of
the free. There's a constant bom-


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bardment in the press from the
far left to the severe right, all-
ranting for their freedom and
blaming each other for there
losses.
Okay here's the deal folks,
venture out of this country and
see how the real world works. It
not like a big TV. It's real.
Ask surfers who travel about
the way things work. We have
seen it all.
Freedom is not the same all
over the world, for some it's only
for the wealthy.
We do live in the "Beach of
the Free" here on our tiny island.
Be thankful!
So, this July 4th Weekend as
you are grilling hot dogs and
drinking cold beer, think about
your freedom. Think about your
neighbors. Think about our his-
tory.
Then, just try and find a
place to park.
Aloha.


Juniors Golf Tees Up In Pensacola


For the first time in its his-
tory, the American Junior Golf
Association will play in Pensacola,
for the inaugural Jerry Pate/
Andrews Institute Southern Jun-
ior July 17-20 at the Bayou and
Lakeview Courses at A.C. Read
Golf Club. Eighty-four of the
nation's top junior golfers, ages
12-18, will battle it out in 54 holes


of stroke play competition.
As an added bonus for the
tournament field, the United
States Navy's Blue Angels will put
on a special performance Tuesday,
July 18
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at The Pensacola Sports Associa-
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Pensacola, Satruday, September
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local charities benefiting people
with developmental disabilities.
The course, which is USA
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Tournament

Perseverance

by
Pete Della Ratta

The alarm sounds at 3:00
a.m. and you can't get ready fast
enough. Anticipation is the only
driving force that early in the
morning. Knowing you might
work all day without catching a
fish is the risk you are willing to
take to get out of bed as early as
you do. On the way to the boat
ramp all images of winning the
tournament are in your head until
you reach the dock and you see the
professional fisherman who are
wearing their sponsor's jersey and
have better boats and equipment
than you do.
Questions begin to enter your
head. Is this going to be worth the
entry fee, gas, bait, time, and the
long day in the sun with the hope
of hooking the big one? Youbetcha
it is. What other way would some-
one want to spend their day ex-
cept on the water with their bud-
dies or family? There are a few
other ways, but this is up there at
the top of the list for some, me in-
cluded. Relying on your past ex-
periences, others advice on where
to catch fish, and the time you
have given over the years puts you
in your own category of profes-
sional fisherman.
Tournaments such as the Bud
Light King Mackerel/Cobia and
the USA Digital/Nextel Inshore
Classic have begun to pop up and
give every angler the same oppor-
tunity as the professional. Local,
regional, and national tourna-
ments bring in big money to the
local economy as well as bigger
payouts than they used to in past
years. Who would not want a
brand new boat or a check that
covers all your expenses and a
little left over for more fishing
equipment? This was the ques-
tion for all the anglers who I saw
pass me as my fishing team (two
anglers) headed to our fishing des-
tination. The thought of holding
the winning fish of the tourna-
ment. Years of preparation and
two days of fishing could not quell
our eagerness or the competitive
desire to bring winning fish on
board. With so many "Good
People" in the tournament, one can
only hope for the best when you
bring your fish to the scales and
you see your name go on the leader
board with the best catch of the
day. The first thing that goes


through your head is what you are
going to do with either the boat or
the money. The second thing, is
anybody going to catch the big one
and leave you scratching your
head.
So you head out the second
day of the tournament and try even
harder to catch the big one. You
return to the dock and see your
position on the leader board is sec-
ond place. Are you disappointed?
Sure, but with the knowledge that
there were a lot of others who used
the same amount of gas, tackle,
experience, and time that just had
a great day on the water.
This all happened to me at
the Bud Light King Mackerel/
Cobia Tournament and the USA
Digital/Nextel Inshore Classic.
Seeing our Redfish on the leader
board and then having the emcee
call out my teammate, Chad
Skeeles on the Shallow Minded as
the winner was well worth all the
previous years of not catching the
big one. I was happy to see a fa-
ther and son win the inshore di-
vision aboard the Sound Hound;
while the fitting name, Sea Hag,
won the Offshore division. I was
just happy to be a part of a qual-
ity run and organized tournament
where I met some of the most
pleasant and knowledgeable
group of local anglers and tour-
ists alike. I look forward to com-
peting in next year's tournament
as well as others coming up
which will be posted in the next
edition. Until then, grab your rod
and reel and practice, practice,
practice.


A THANKLESS JOB Nine-year-old Zack Taylor explained that he was the official Fish Monger at the Bud
Light King Mackerel/Cobia Tournament weigh-in, Sunday, June 25 at Flounder's on Pensacola Beach. He was
there to help his uncle, a tournament organizer. His duties included carrying fish from the scales, through the
crowds of spectators to a specially designed holding table. The Pensacola Beach Elementary School student
didn't seem to have any trouble at all handling the unwieldy, wet 39 pound King Mackerel which he was charged
with delivering. He only stopped forjust a moment to have his photo taken and then he was off again to retrieve
another fish. A Fish Monger's work is never done.


Pro angler Chad Skeeles,
sponsored by Kistler Rods, weighed
in a 7.08 pound Redfish at
Flounder's, Saturday, June 24. Chad
fished with Pete Della Ratta aboard
the Shallow Minded in the Inshore
Division of the King Mackerel/Cobia
tournament.







Hot Hands Hit The Felt At Summer Poker Games


Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun
hosts Monday night poker
games at the Paradise Bar and
Grill's waterfront tables.
Twenty-two card players
started the night with high
hopes on June 20, but in the
end, Kid Roll took down Trace
Lewis and the rest of the crowd
for a great night of poker un-
der the stars.
"We always have a good
group of great card players at
Paradise," said promoter Rick
Uzdevenes. "On Monday, June
26, Tim Rinker rode the river
all the way to the bank and
Larry Richard was second."
Wednesday night poker
games begin at 7 p.m. at the
historic Islander Lounge in


Pensacola Beach
Woman's Club members
like to celebrate. So, these
June birthday ladies were
treated to brightly
decorated giant birthday
cookies complete with
candles at the June 15
luncheon. (L to R) are:
Chrissy Cook, Mary Stine,
Virginia McNeil and Bettie
Lee Sundstrom.


downtown Pensacola Beach.
On the first night of summer,
June 21, The Islander had a
great night of poker with
Miguel Thompson defeating
Larry Richard in the final.
Savvy Beach poker player
Tommy Chavis earned his first
Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun title on
Wednesday, June 28 defeating
Trace Lewis and Dave Bryant
in the final hand.
Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun
sponsors a monthly Grand
Champions Tournament for
weekly winners to test their
skills against the best of the
best. Grand Champion Tourna-
ments are played the last Fri-
day of each month at the Para-
dise Bar and Grill at 7 p.m.


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Spectators are welcome.
The Champions list for
June included Dave Bryant,
Miquel Thompson, Jeff Reed,
Roberto Vazquez, Trace Lewis,
Tim Rinker and Larry Richard.
There is no charge to play
Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun. Abasic
knowledge of the game is re-
quired, but every skill level is
welcome.
"We encourage new play-
ers to join us. One of the best
ways to learn the game is to
play in an actual rather than
virtual setting. We have a lot
of fun," said Rick. "We also
welcome any Island visitors to
play."
For more information,
email salth2o @mchsi.com


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Representative Murzin Sends Beach

Constituents A Post Session Update


State Representative Dave
Murzin (R-Pensacola), whose
district includes Pensacola
Beach, announced that his 2006
post-session newsletter will soon
be arriving at the homes of
20,000 registered voters who live
in Florida House District 2.
"After each year's Legisla-
tive Session, I like to send out a
post-session newsletter to let my
constituents know what the
Florida Legislature accom-
plished," Representative Murzin
said. "The 2006 post-session
newsletter highlights this
year's accomplishments in
several areas including hur-
ricane insurance reform, pro-
tection of private property
rights, affordable housing
initiatives, and joint and sev-
eral liability reform."


An on-line copy of Repre-
sentative Murzin's 2006 Post-ses-


sion newsletter can be obtained
at http://www.gulfl.com/


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I have to say that of all the
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people have gotten stuck in their
hair, I think that tar has to be one
of the worst! There are some rem-
edies for hair traumas like gum,
vaseline, paint, chlorine and rank
odors, but in some cases, your
only option is to cut it out. While
it never hurts to try and remove
a foreign substance yourself, keep
in mind that you may need pro-
fessional help. Your stylist might
have some secret tips tucked
away that can help. Here are a
few:
1) Gum and sticky candy:
Take a little bit of creamy peanut
butter (never crunchy- it makes
it worse) and work it in to the
area. Use a wide tooth or rat tail
comb and pick thru small sec-
tions of the hair until the gum is
out. This might take a time or
two. Another option is Wesson
oil. The oil will soften the gum
and make it easier to get out.
Make sure you shampoo really
well after removal. You may find
that your hair has the lingering
smell of peanuts or salad, so don't
hang around elephants for a few
days, and your hair should be just
fine!
2) Hair color that is too
dark: If you or your hairdresser
colored your hair and it is too
dark, there are several options to
try before you start freaking out!
First, get some Dawn
dishwashing liquid. Pat the
dishwashing liquid on top of your
dry hair, saturating it completely.
Leave on for 30-45 minutes and
rinse out with the hottest water
you can stand. Rinse and repeat
if necessary. Sometimes you can
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Then use the Dawn dish deter-
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Condition heavily!
I have a lot of these home
remedies but room for only one
more.
3) Hair spray build-up: Mix
a little baking soda in your hand
withyour shampoo, make a paste
and wash your hair with it. Scrub
it at least twice and rinse with
hot water, then cold. This should
remove the build-up, which is
most likely causing you to have
bad hair days!
Oh, about the tar, mineral
spirits works wonders!
Have a safe and happy
Fourth of July. See you on the
Beach at the Blue Angels Air
Show. Just a reminder, drink
water and sunscreen your whole
beautiful self.
Call me at the Hair Hotline
at 932-4323.


Officials Urge Make
A Plan For Fido,Too

Disaster recovery officials
with the FEMA's Florida Long-
Term Recovery Office and
Florida's State Emergency Re-
sponse Team (SERT) urge you to
have a disaster plan for your pets
in preparation for the new hurri-
cane season.
With hurricane season upon
us, your pets need to be included
in your family emergency plan.
Former beach veterinarian
LiMarie Rodriguez who practices
at Gulf Breeze Animal Hospital
has a list available of Pet Friendly
Hotels for hurricane evacuation.
When you have notice of an im-
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Jennifer Sears, Jobn Hobges Web at Bar le House


Jennifer Leigh Sears and
John Kenneth Hodges were mar-
ried June 17 at Barkley House in
Pensacola. The bride is the
daughter of Jerry and Carol Sears
of Gulf Breeze. The groom's par-
ents are Andy and Angie Adcox
who reside in San Antonio,
Texas.
The Reverend Pat Howell,
Pastor the New Life Church in
Gulf Breeze, officiated at the
evening wedding. The bride's at-
tendants were Tessa Short, ma-
tron of honor, and Jennifer Po-
land, bridesmaid.
Jeremy Kwatkiski served as
best man and John's brother,
Andrew Adcox was the grooms-
man. Ushers were Tommy Sears,
brother of the bride and Mitchell
Adcox, brother of the groom.
The flower girl was Peyton
Scott, niece of Jerry and Carol
Sears. The ring bearer was
Landon Short.
A reception followed the cer-


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emony hosted by the brides par-
ents at the Barkley House. After
a wedding trop to Atlanta, the


couple will reside in Norfolk,
Virginia where the groom is sta-
tioned in the United States Navy.


Faith Gleim is a little
bit young to understand
the fine art of being a
Beach girl, but her par-
ents, Robert and Renee,
will teach her soon
enough. Faith was born
Thursday, June 15.


Spend A Sultry
Summer Gallery
Night at Barbella's
Beach resident Barbara Fail
is presenting local artist Wendy
Byrd at Barbella's Art Studio &
Gallery, 210 Church St during
the "Midsummer Night's Eve"
Gallery Night, July 14. Browse
other local artists' works while
enjoying refreshments on this
warm summer night.
The fun starts at 5:00p.m.
with the trolleys running from
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This week's issue is dedi-
cated to the Blue Angels, so I'm
going to discuss some terms cen-
tral to aviation; lift and thrust.
I've recently had the oppor-
tunity to witness first hand the
practical applications of these
terms. You see, my husband
bought a radio controlled model
helicopter that actually flies. At
least I suppose someone can
make it fly. Basically, lift is what
keeps helicopters and airplanes
in the air and thrust is what
makes them get from one place
to another.
This helicopter is billed as
so stable and easy to fly that a
child can do it. Unfortunately,
my husband seems to have lost
some of his childish qualities.
We first took it out to a large field
where there were no obstructions.
An ideal place to practice. After
a few short 3 or 4 foot hops to
demonstrate that the helicopter
actually did have the necessary
lift, it was time to take the next
step. Let's make it go some-
where. I did mention that this
field had no obstructions didn't
I; absolutely nothing to run into.
That is, except for the one that
we brought with us, our car. Yes,
once in the air the helicopter
thrust forward and made a kami-


kaze dive for the one thing that
couldn't duck. Needless to say
the 12 ounce helicopter was no
match for our three thousand
pound Dodge. The helicopter
was critically damaged whereas
the Dodge seemed to have no
trouble getting us home.
The next day after having
effected the necessary repairs, we
were ready to try again. Fortu-
nately, the people who sold my
husband the helicopter also rec-
ommended that he buy a box of
spare parts. These people were
obviously goodjudges of charac-
ter. Back at the field with the
Dodge parked safely over the
horizon we were ready to go.
This time the helicopter was in
the air doing famously for maybe
30 seconds or more. Time
enough to climb to a height of
about 50 feet. At this point, due
to some previously undetected
damage (so much for pre-flight
inspections), the helicopter
blades decided to depart the he-
licopter and they took their lift
with them. This, of course, al-
lowed the force of gravity to re-
gain control and it proceeded to
thrust the helicopter into a newly
created crater.
We're looking for a larger
box of spare parts.


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# Outdoor Gulfside beck


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Island Times


July 5, 2006




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