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Volume II, Number 6 Pensacola Beach, Florida July 19, 2006


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A race by any other name would not be as sweet as the Nineteenth Annual Race for the Roses, set to sail on Saturday, July 29 from Pensacola
Beach. The organizers from the Pensacola Beach Yacht Club who prepared for this year's day long, female regatta are (L to R): Rear Commodore
Jo Dee Cattrell, Race for the Roses Sailor Lee Newkirk, Race Founder Ellen Hunt, Sailor Rita Finkbone, and Race Committee member Mike Blanda.
Corporate Sponsor Pandora de Balthazar is front and center. For more on the race, page 2.


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Lady Skippers Compete in Nineteenth Annual Race for the Roses


Lady skippers of North-
west Florida and surrounding
areas are ready to display
their skills in the Nineteenth
Annual Race for the Roses,
presented by the Pensacola
Beach Yacht Club. This year's
competition will be on Satur-
day, July 29.
The women's race was
founded in 1988 by Ellen


Hunt, and has grown progres-
sively larger and more suc-
cessful each year.
Pandora de Balthazar,
who became involved in the
race last year, will once again
be the event's corporate spon-
sor.
"I support this event in
the hope that it will encour-
age local women to embrace


their strengths and reach the
goals that are important to
them," Pandora said. "Sailing
is such a wonderful way to
take advantage of this area. We
are blessed to be here."
Jo Dee Cattrell, PBYC
Rear Commodore estimates
twenty boats will enter locally,
and she hopes the ladies from
New Orleans will again com-


"As women we gather to-
gether to compete in the Race
for the Roses," Jo Dee said. "It
is a great feeling of accomplish-
ment to know that we can suc-
cessfully race these sailboats.
And, it is a lot of fun."
Activities begin Friday
night, July 28, when the last
registrations take place at the


Yacht Club. A competitors
party will follow the Skipper's
meeting. Races will begin at noon
on Saturday, followed by the
Awards Ceremony at the Club
after the completion of the race.
Jo Dee Cattrell can be
reached at onthegojdc@aol.com
or email Ken Branch, Fleet Cap-
tain at kbshelli @mchsi.com for
more information.


Fort Pickens Road Construction Nears Completion


Beach residents who must
travel on Ft. Pickens Road every
day to get back and forth from
their homes will be happy to
know that the Santa Rosa Island
Authority engineer has reported
that the construction of the road-
way will be complete by August
2.
Speaking at the Authority's
full board meeting on Wednes-
day, July 12, Baskerville
Donovan Engineer Dave
Hemphill's report to Board mem-
bers noted that the completed
work will include three recon-
structed roadway segments, a
new ten foot wide bike path, pip-
ing connections between the road
and the stormwater treatment
plants, and three outfalls to the
Sound or Little Sabine Bay.
"Finally, all of Fort Pickens
Road will receive a new overlay
of asphalt and striping," Hemphill
reported.
The SRIA also approved the
regulation which will prohibit
boat owners from anchoring their
craft in Little Sabine Bay when
the island is under a hurricane
watch or more serious hurricane
condition.
The regulation which has
drawn opposition from some boat
owners, passed on a vote of four
to one with Dr. Tom Campanella
voting against. The reason for the
regulation is to prevent damage
caused by boats, driven out of the
Bay by hurricane conditions, and
subsequently damaging adjacent
properties.
New street signs will be in-
stalled on Pensacola Beach, but
the Board did not reach a deci-
sion on what kind of signs should
replace the wooden ones cur-
rently in use.
McGuire Martin said he
didn't see anything wrong with
the old signs, but Wade Lane,
Public and Recreational Facilities
Manager reported that the
wooden signs can no longer be
purchased commercially, and


must be made in house, a costly
and time consuming procedure.
McGuire suggested that the staff
should decide which kind of sign
should be installed.
They approved other re-
quests on the agenda including:
o Conceptual approval to
Little Sabine, Inc. For the con-
struction of a 620 room hotel and
Pensacola Beach Resort ameni-
ties. (See World Class Resort,
Page 2)
o Fred Simmons to add a


booking agent for charter boats
and cruises from Paradise's dock.
Outdoor kitchen at Paradise Grill
to remain for six months.
o Spanish Landing to build
an 8 unit townhouse structure
o Amend timeline to Tiki
Motel to allow asbestos abate-
ment and demolition
o September Board Meeting
moved from the thirteenth to the
twentieth of the month
Discussions on the Lease
Fee Policy and the Personnel


Policy Manual will be moved to
the August 2 Committee Meet-
ings. Bill Griffith, vice chairman,
also asked the Board to place in
committee a discussion on add-
ing other beach organizations to
the regular reports.
During the visitor's forum,
Realtor Trey Manderson re-
quested that the SRIA consider
rescinding its decision to impose
building timelines on lots on the
island.
"It essentially makes the lots


unmarketable," Manderson said.
Griffith directed the staff to
meet with Manderson to find a
solution to this problem.
Campanella said that many lease-
holders had already been granted
extensions to their construction
timelines, which helps solve the
problem.
The SRIA Committee meet-
ings will be Wednesday, August
2 at 5 p.m. at the Authority of-
fice. The meeting is open to the
public.


Luxurious World Class Resort


Coming to Pensacola Beach


The Holiday Inn, at one time
was the social center of Pensacola
Beach. The Residents and Lease-
holders and the Chamber of Com-
merce held their monthly meet-
ings there. The Catholic Church
conducted Sunday masses at the
hotel. Local residents flocked to
the dance floor in the Penthouse
Lounge whenever The Garcias
were playing.
The lobby area was alive
with a full service restaurant and
special banquet rooms. Shops
including Rock Hard's jewelry
and International Boutique's fash-
ions, lined the ground level
entryway. The Holiday Inn was,
perhaps, the most bustling place
on the Beach until hurricanes be-
gan to take their toll. Opal struck
in 1995 and the hotel, stripped of
its many amenities, eventually
became the Holiday Inn Express.
The Penthouse was closed and
Beach organizations shifted their
meetings to other locations. Our
Lady of the Assumption Catho-
lic Mission was built to accom-
modate an ever-growing local
population and an influx of tour-
ists.
Finally, along came Ivan in
2004 to sign the death warrant for


the Inn, by damaging the prop-
erty beyond repair.
Now, out of the ruins, the
Phoenix arises. George Fletcher,
Adache Architects Group pre-
sented plans on behalf of Little
Sabine, Inc. for the Pensacola
Beach resort to the Santa Rosa
Island Authority at their commit-
tee meeting on July 5. Little
Sabine, Inc. was seeking concep-
tual approval which was granted
at the July 12 full board meeting.
The plan features a 620 room
hotel with world class resort
amenities, including 14 story
towers at penthouse level, all with
luxurious views. There will be a
state of the art lifestyle and fit-
ness center and spa. The hotel
will boast the largest collection
of function space on Pensacola
Beach, 120,000 square feet. In-
cluded will be ballrooms, meet-
ing rooms, and a full service busi-
ness center. Gourmet and spe-
cialty restaurants will be located
in the hotel.
Fletcher speaking on behalf
of the owners, said, "Our dining
ranges from barefoot elegance to
barefoot and breezy."
A water park is scheduled for
construction across Ft. Pickens


Road on Little Sabine Bay. The
park will offer a lazy river, grotto,
wave pool and Olympic size
pools, suitable for professional
and amateur events. A lighthouse
for viewing vistas, gazebos and
piers will be built adjacent to the
tennis courts.
Pensacola Beach Resort
will be built in phases begin-
ning with the first portion of the
hotel on the Gulf of Mexico
plus three pools. Phase two will
add 244 rooms to the hotel and
Phase three will add 144 rooms
plus the water park and tennis
courts.
"This is beautiful," Thom
Blas, SRIA Board Chairman
commented. "The concept
looks great and is very excit-
ing."


Board members did voice
some concerns with the develop-
ment.
Parking in the core area
could become a problem if the
guests drive there, according to
Vernon Prather.
McGuire Martin suggested
that the owners should consider
connecting to a proposed board-
walk, so visitors could be encour-
aged to walk to the core area.
But Dr. Thomas Campanella
said that walking anywhere on a
July day on the Island would be
very hot. He suggested the use of
shuttles to transport guests to
other island destinations. The
next step is to go to the DEP to
begin the permitting process
which could take as long as a
year.


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July 19, 2006 Island Times PAGE 3


Barefoot on the Beach


Never, in my most outrageous
fantasies, did I dream that a star
would be named after me. We're
talking a real star here, one that's
been shining for millions of years
with the prospect of hanging in
there in the galaxy for millions of
additional years.
Yes, there is Jane's Forever
Mardi Gras Star glittering right up
there in the same sky with Jupiter
and Venus and the rest of the fa-
mous residents of the universe.
The Certificate with the In-
ternational Star Registry notes that
my star which has been always
known officially as "Corona Bo-
realis Right Ascension 15h 53m
46s and Declination 27d 27m be-
fore May 10, 2006, is now Jane's
Forever Mardi Gras Star. It has to
be a lot easier to find a star named
Jane than one called Corona Bo-
realis (is that a beer?) followed by
a bunch of numbers.
You can find my star by fol-
lowing the directions provided by
my husband, Frank, as follows:
"Jane's Forever Mardi Gras
Star is located in the constellation
Corona Borealis ( is that a beer?)
And specifically at RA 15h 53m
46s and D 27d 27m, The constel-
lation Corona Borealis (it has to
be a beer, it just keeps coming my
way) can be located on a dark
night by tracing a line directly out
from Polaris, the North Star,
through the Little Dipper, Ursa
Minor, and on to a line drawn east
and west between the constella-
tions Bootes and Hercules. Dur-
ing the Earth's rotation, Corona
Borealis (that's the third cold one)
will be below the north horizon for


some of its travel and not visible
to us, but then will appear low to
the east as it moves across the
northern sky."
If you want to know more,
call an astronomer. Don't call me.
I am star gazing challenged. Here
my name is on a star, and I am
more astrologer than astronomer.
But that does not diminish
the joy I always have at cruising
the night time sky.
Well, the astronomers and
scientists do not know how dumb
I am, so they have written the fol-
lowing message on the Registry:
Jane's Forever Mardi Gras Star -
Know ye further that this star will
henceforth be known by this
name. This name is permanently
filed in the Registry's vault in
Switzerland and recorded in a
book in the Copyright Office of
the United States of America.
Don't even try to steal my star.
I guess, by now, you are won-
dering how a common earthling
like me could possibly have a star
bear her name.
It seems that my good friend
of many years, Susan Haselton-
Barr wanted to do something dif-
ferent for me. Getting a star
named after me is different for
sure, but awesome is the better
description of this honor.
I do not know what kind of
rigamarole Susan endured or how
many hurdles she had to jump, or
how much paperwork it took to
get the Registry to name a star af-
ter me. I just know that it is a
grand gesture of love and loyalty
on Susan's part. And, so I say,
thank you, Susan. Many times


Elks Host Fun In Sun Tourney


Pensacola Beach Elk's
Lodge 497 is hosting the Fun in
the Sun Golf Tournament at Ti-
ger Point Country Club in Gulf
Breeze on Saturday, July 22.
Check-in is at 11 a.m. and the
shotgun start is at 1 p.m. Entry
fee is $240 per team which in-


cludes lunch and four free bev-
erage tickets.
Prizes will be awarded for
Hole-in-One, First, Second,
Third and Last places, and shot
closest to the pin.
For more information, call
Don Stevens, 850-393-8112.


over.
If you don't already know
Susan, she is the versatile Gulf
Breeze lady, who rides her mo-
torcycle all over the United
States, runs her own business,
actively volunteers, is the
mother of two and the mother-
in-law of one, and for many
years was a dedicated partici-


By Jane Waters Cooper


pant in Mardi Gras on the Is-
land. Susan is the quintessen-
tial people person. She has one
of those ever-so-warm, endear-
ing personalities. Spend a few
minutes with her, and your day
automatically becomes
brighter.
The next time you wish
upon a star, send your request


N.


to Jane's Forever Mardi Gras
Star. I hope all your wishes come
true.
And just remember that star
will always be there in its own
little spot in the Corona Borea-
lis, and at last, after being just a
number for millions of years, it
has a name.


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SIXTY SIX YEARS
Bobby and Natalie Quigley of
Pensacola Beach are joining
Bobby's brothers and their wives
this month to celebrate the sixty-
sixth wedding anniversary of
Bobby's parents, Elizabeth and
Edward Quigley. Clarence and
Janie Quigley and Douglas and
Diana Quigley will attend the fam-
ily gathering which will also in-
cludes nine grandchildren and one
great grandchild.

MORE YACHT CLUBBERS
Pensacola BeachYacht Club
welcomed two new members
aboard this month, Paul Gregg,
Gulf Breeze and Peter Hopkins,
Jr. Pensacola.

ALL GROWN UP
Stacey Kostevicki, who
graduated from Pensacola Beach
Elementary School is now the
Marketing and Public Relations
director for the Children's Ser-
vices Center in Pensacola.

WORKING BIRTHDAY
Christy Jones celebrated her
birthday on July 1. What did she
do to mark the date? She just
stayed on the job at the Surf Side
Food Store.

BONFIRES BLAZE
IN EAST
Margie and David Dodson,
owners of Weatherford's spent the
Fourth of July in Massachusetts.
David reported that on July 3, the
beach town of Hamerock lines
the beach with homemade bon-
fires which light up the coast.
They also dazzle friends with six
hours of fireworks. They went to
Boston for the Fourth where that
fireworks display, by contrast,
lasted 23 minutes.

EVACUATION
REGISTRATION
If you have special needs and
plan to seek emergency shelter,
the time is now to register for
help in getting to the designated
shelter. Escambia County resi-
dents call 471-6400 and Santa
Rosa County residents call 983-
5360. You must register in ad-
vance of a storm.


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ROAD TRIP
Carloyn Ledet and Janis
Songy traveled from Houma,
Louisiana to meet Melanie Waite
for an all-girl summer road trip to
Charleston and Savannah.
Melanie, a former Beach Mardi
Gras queen and expert chef, prom-
ises to share one of her best reci-
pes with our readers when she re-
turns.

PORTOFINO
BIRTHDAY GIRL
Sandi Johnson, a resident of
Portofino, celebrated her birthday
all weekend long prior to the big
day. The real date was Monday,
July 10, so she had to have a sec-
ond party.

LONG VOYAGE
FOR THE NEWKIRKS
Susan and Kirk Newkirk cel-
ebrated their twenty-fourth wed-
ding anniversary on June 25. The
Newkirks have spent their married
life as business owners and resi-
dents of Pensacola Beach. Party-
ing with them on their anniver-
sary day were their children,
Nikki, 22; Harry, 19; and Christy,
7. The Newkirks, both skilled sail-
ors, own Key Sailing.

THE KING HOLDS COURT
Reigning Krewe of Coma
King Ed Whiteley, declared June
25 a royal holiday for all who
cared to notice. The offbeat
krewe's leader was celebrating
his landmark birthday on the Is-
land as only a Mardi Gras ruler
can do. Seems the years haven't
quenched his quest for fun.


Experts Share
Recovery Tips
Beach resident General Bob
Kennedy, USAF Ret., will be one
of the featured panelists at the
ITGULFCOAST and AFCEA
meeting Wednesday, July 26, at
11:30 a.m.at New World Land-
ing. The focus is to discuss ways
that commercial enterprises can
prepare for and recover from
natural and man-made disasters.
For more information visit
www.itgulfcoast.org or call 850-
932-4713.


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GREAT AMERICANS
Pensacola Beach Elks Lodge
recently awarded prizes to se-
lected students in all Gulf Breeze
schools and Pensacola Beach El-
ementary School. Beach recipi-
ents of a $100 United States Sav-
ings Bond were Jessica Koch and
Adam Foley.


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Pork on Memorial Menu


The First Ever Harry
Gowens Memorial, a
fundraiser for Pensacola Beach
Elementary School, will be at
Flounder's on Friday, August
18 beginning at 5 p.m. Harry,
who founded the school, passed
away on January 23. This event
will honor his memory and will
be reminiscent of the Beach
Appreciation Party which
Harry also created and spon-
sored every September.
Harry's longtime friend
and barbecue partner, Wally
Pecevich will be at Flounder's
serving their famous pork
butts. There will also be a sea-
food buffet. Marta Ray, who is
chairing the memorial, has an-


nounced that there will be door
prizes, and a face painting sta-
tion for the children who attend
the family event.
Advance tickets will be
$10 for adults and $5 for chil-
dren. They can be purchased at
RMI, 1591 Via de Luna or at
the Real Estate House, 731
Pensacola Beach Blvd. Tickets
at the door will be $12 and $7
for children. All proceeds go to
the Beach School.
"We hope to see a lot of
Beach families and the many
friends of Harry's at this party,"
Marta said.
For more information or to
make a door prize donation,
please call Marta Ray at 850-


934-3300 or Diane Tyson at
850-982-7956.


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Joe Barron knows his skies.
And he knows the Blue Angels.
He put it all together and was the
first to email the correct answer
to the last trivia questions which
was: "Toward the end of their Air
Show, the Blue Angels perform a
spectacular maneuver which bears
the French name of a lily like em-
blem. What is it?"
Here's Joe's answer: "The last
maneuver that the Blues perform
at the end of the show is called
the Fleur de lis. Gotta Geaux,
Mum'zelle."
Joe, a longtime Beach resi-
dent and faithful reader of Island


PAGE 4


Island Times


July 19, 2006


Times emailed a message recently
commenting on the UFO story in
Barefoot on the Beach. He said it
brought back good memories of
our UFO days and nights. Joe was
a state MUFON official.
Be the first to email the cor-
rect answer to the following ques-
tion: "How many males are al-
lowed on each boat to crew with
the ladies in the Race for the
Roses?" Rules are the same. Email
your answer with "Trivia" in the
subject line to
islandtimes @tbellsouth.net before
5 p.m. July 26. Be sure to include
your name and phone number.




July 19, 2006 Island Times PAGE 5

All Star Sluggers Win State Championship


When Scott and Kristin
Amberson taught their young
son, Jace to field grounders they
did not envision that the
Pensacola Beach Elementary
School eight-year-old would
eventually be named the Most
Valuable Defensive Player in the
State of Florida's 2006 All Star
Tournament held in St. Peters-
burg July 7-12. Jace, short stop
for the Gulf Breeze Wave, was
joined on the winners podium by
the Beach's Zane Gill who won
the Home Run Derby and Sam
Joyce who took top honors in the
Base Running Competition.
The Wave was undefeated at
the District Tourney which was
played in Gulf Breeze June 6-13.
They then traveled south to St.
Pete and won all five games to
be crowned State Champions.
The All Star Team, whose
members are from Gulf Breeze
and Pensacola Beach will travel
to the Dizzy Dean World Series
in South Haven, Mississippi on
July 22. They will compete
against forty teams from across
the United States.


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to R) are: Coaches Jamie Colston, Jeff Gill, and Terence Joyce. Pensacola Beach Elementary School students who helped bring home the championship
trophy are Zane Gill, first base and home run slugger, Jace Amberson, short stop and Parker Baynes who plays catcher.


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I am really excited. Life is
good. I got to see Beau SoLeil
live in concert. Thanks to my
dear friend, Queen Shugah
Paulette Provost and her daugh-
ter, Caroline who was our desig-
nated driver. Band members
David and Michael are Paulette's
brothers, so I got an autographed
CD. What a fabulous birthday
present. I can't wait to see how
she tops this one next year. It was
so special and we danced in the
grass yes, grass. That is very
different for "sand" people.
Thanks to all my beach sis-
ters for making my birthday so
special this year. Enough about
the birthday, we'll move on.
Tony and Pam Scott, next
door, received a port-a-let today.
I know that's not very exciting
news to most people, but to those
of us rebuilding on the island, it
means that workers are coming
and that is very exciting! It is
nice to see our neighborhood, at
least, coming back better than
ever.
We were receiving updates
from world traveler, Ella Hess,
who just returned from Japan.
Elaine Mitchell and Charlotte
Spencer traveled to different
parts of Texas, and we know they
all had fun, but we missed them.
We had an SOB Bridal
Shower for Sara Hosey, one of the
petite sistas. We are all so happy
for you, Sara, and wish you and
Huey a long life of happiness and
love.
And, the food... oh my God,
it is definitely too much to de-
scribe. It was all so good and this
week's recipe comes from our
own petite sista, Jayne Drees.
She brought this to the shower
and, not only was it a lovely pre-
sentation, it was delicious, too.
She e-mailed me the recipe so
that I could submit it this week.


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If you are having a party and/or
company, I would recommend
this recipe. It canbe made ahead
of time and serves 15-20 people.
Okay, let's cook....

Pesto Cheese Blossoms

1-8oz. package sliced provo-
lone cheese
2-8oz. packages cream cheese,
room temperature
20 pistachios, shelled
1 clove garlic
1 8oz. jar Pesto (You can
make your own, but this is
easier)
3-oz. oil-packed sun-dried
tomatoes

Line a medium bowl with
plastic wrap, leaving enough to
cover the top. Reserving three
slices of the provolone, line the
bottom and sides of the bowl with
the remaining provolone, over-
lapping the slices. For the cream
cheese layer, process the cream
cheese, pistachios and the garlic
clove in a food processor until
blended. For the tomato layer,
drain the tomatoes, reserving the
oil. Puree the tomatoes with a
small amount of the reserved oil
in a food processor. Spread some
of the cream cheese mixture over
the cheese slices lining the bowl.
Layer the pesto, half of the re-
maining cream cheese mix., the
sun-dried tomato mix., and
then remaining cream cheese in
the bowl. Cover with the re-
maining provolone. Bring the
edges of the plastic wrap to-
gether over the top and secure
with a twist tie. Freeze until
firm. Remove plastic and in-
vert the mold onto a serving
platter. Serve with party crack-
ers. This will keep in the re-
frigerator for up to 3 months.
Enjoy and I'll see ya in the
kitchen....


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Shaker bartender Ashley Forman served lots of cold ones to th
crowds at the Sandshaker Bikini Contest, Saturday, July 8. She gets a hu
from Jeff Smith, the Beach's Budweiser guy.


A bevy of beauties competed in the Sandshaker Bikini Contes
Saturday, July 8. The judges' top picks are (L to R) Lelani Andrus, firs
place; April Clark from Mississippi, second place and third place winner i
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DRAWING A BLANC
With warmer weather upon us, it is time
to switch to lighter wines, such as
Sauvignon Blanc. This varietal offers
better value than California's perennial
favorite, Chardonnay, and it is quite good
at quenching thirst and harmonizing with
food. Of course, all this nothing new to
the French, who have long prized
Sancerre, which the famous Loire Val-
e ley white wine produced from the
g Sauvignon Blanc grape. California
Sauvignon Blancs share their refreshing
acidity with their flinty French counter-
parts, but they are also somewhat
brighter. There is also the distinctive
aroma, which may be likened to freshly
mown grass. This herbaceous note
serves to heighten the wine's summer
allure, as we lazily take to our hammocks
and patios.

HINT: Sauvignon Blanc is especially
good when served with seafood.

If you have any interest in Sauvignon
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us your satisfaction is guaranteed. We
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July 19, 2006


Deli Case
Meats & Cheeses







Sales Tax Takes A Vacation

State Gives Back To Schoolers A Break


PENSACOLA BEACH
EXPOSED
Have you seen the new
Pensacola Beach Visitor's Guide?
Although the publication was
designed to provide visitors in-
formation on the Beach, it con-
tains a wealth of listings and sto-
ries which will be really useful
to residents. Get your copy at the
Visitor's Information Center.

APIECE ON PARADISE
When Weather Channel per-
sonalities visit Pensacola Beach,
it causes a stir. Well, move over
Jim Cantore and Mike Siedel, the
Beach's own Fred Simmons re-
counted the rebirth of the Gulf
Aire into the quaint Paradise Inn
on the storm-watcher's station.
Fred is happy to sign autographs.

OLIVE JUICE
The elegant and popular mar-
tini now has a whole bistro on
Pensacola Beach dedicated to the
fine art of shaking or stirring.
The newly opened Olive Drop
Bar is located in the Soundside
Market. Crooner Conner Cagle
is your host.

PAMPERED WINNER
Cathy McCoy is a lucky lady
from her head down to her toes.
She got fabulous fashions at Con-
signing Women and won the first
prize drawing, a lavender pedi-
cure relaxation kit.

IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR
When the Keller Williams
Beach Team of Realtors tells you
they will treat you like family,
they mean it. Stu Reynolds has
assembled a top notch group
which includes son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Alan and Kelley
Reynolds and his wife, Frankie.


www.MyIslandTimes.com
Beach Residents
Look for Post Storm
Beach Re-Entry Information


The State of Florida has
declared a sales tax exemp-
tion on school supplies pur-
chased Saturday, July 22
through Sunday, July 30. The
tax exemption applies to all
school related items that sell


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Fax C Copy Services
Printing & Document Finishing Services
Notary Services
Mailbox Services
Packaging & Moving Supplies
Office Supplies

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Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
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Buck Lee Explains Hurricane Procedures To Residents and Leaseholders


Buck Lee, General Manager
of the Santa Rosa Island Author-
ity explained to the membership
of the Pensacola Beach Residents
and Leaseholders Association the
protocol which must be followed
after a storm on the Island.
Speaking at the July 11 meeting
of the group, Buck responded to
their concerns about post hurri-
cane procedures.
"The Emergency Manage-
ment System is fashioned in a
hierarchy and chain of com-
mand," he said. "All who are in-
volved have been trained in the
National Incident Management


System. There are specific pro-
cedures and protocol that I, as the
General Manager, must follow
to facilitate the return of staff and
then residents to the Island in a
post storm situation."
Tona de Mers, president, had
reported that the PBRLA is work-
ing on getting their website up
and running and intended to pro-
vide information on it after a
storm. She also said they want to
appoint a committee to check on
post storm condition of resi-
dences.
Buck suggested that such a
project would take 50 to 100 vol-


unteers, and pointed out that only
eight persons were in attendance
at the meeting. "Perhaps, you
should try to concentrate on
growing your membership," he
said.
He did offer his own support
of the plan and said he could be
in touch by telephone as soon as
possible after a storm. He also
referred the Association to the
Escambia County Public Infor-
mation Officer, Sonja Smith-
Daniels, since she can issue offi-
cial information to the PBRLA.
Buck preceded his hurricane
remarks with an overview report


of the progress of restoring dam-
aged homes, buildings and roads
on the Island.
"I love this Island," Buck
said. "I spent many days as a
youth out here. I met my wife on
the Fourth of July at The Dunes
32 years ago. The most impor-
tant thing for us all to remember
is to be prepared."


Victoria Clarkin told the at-
tendees that the PBRLA will soon
send a newsletter and a survey to
all Beach residents and lease-
holders as a step toward rebuild-
ing the Association membership.
The next PBRLA meeting
will be at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Au-
gust 8 at the Pensacola Beach
Community Church.


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Debbie Copeland
and Darla Richardson
teamed up together to
chair the Pensacola
Beach Elk Lodge
Silent Auction, June 3.
The auction which was
held in conjuction with
a blood drive for
Northwest Florida
Blood Bank, netted
$1300 and 18 pints of
blood.


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July 19, 2006 Island Times PAGE 9


Cross in the Sand
By
Dr. Chuck Randle
Pastor
Pensacola Beach Community Church


As I write this article, the
Blue Angels are practicing for
their Saturday Air Show which
will be over by the time this ar-
ticle appears in the Island Times.
It has always amazed me
how people flock to the beach to
see the precision flying maneu-
vers of these Blue Angels. We've
learned to expect those loners
that come screeching from the
north when we least expect them
to do so. We hold our breaths
when two come toward each
other and put one wing up and
one down and appear to barely
miss each other, or when they fly,
one upside down and the other
right side up. I would imagine
that the next best thing to see
them doing their thing would be
to be in one of the planes enjoy-


ing the thrill of flight. The
planes are able to accomplish
their precision flying because of
the training and skills of the pi-
lots, as well as the structure of
the airplane to withstand such
stress, and also because of the
laws of nature that are depend-
able without question, i.e., the
law of gravity.
Coming to the air show
gives us a sense of a community
that has endured the destructive
forces of nature over the years.
The Blues give us a sense of con-
tinuity a sense of awe at the
versatility of the aircraft, as well
as the resilience and determina-
tion of the community to re-
bound. Long live the Blues!
Long live the beach! Long live
the inspiration created by both.


THE UPS STORE TURNS ONE Linda and Wally Schiessl threw a
birthday party to celebrate their first year's success on July 5. The affable
couple run the UPS store in the Bruno's Shopping Center in Gulf Breeze.


Our Lady and St. Ann Host Summer Events


Beach Mass
Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Mass at
Our Lady of the Assumption Mis-
sion, Via de Luna and Avenida
18, Pensacola Beach

Feast on This
Summer Novena of Events
will celebrate St. Ann's Day, July
26, this year at St. Ann Catholic
Church, Gulf Breeze and Our
Lady of the Assumption,
Pensacola Beach.
Let's Play
Wednesday, July 19, 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Game Day Party to
benefit Pensacola Beach Elemen-
tary. $15 admission to play
bridge, canasta, mah jongg,
Bunco, board games, and more!
RSVP: 934-2845.
History Lessons
Thursday, July 20, 6 p.m. -
"Catholic in Pensacola" presen-
tation on the history of the Catho-
lic Church in our area by Dr. Judy
Bense, Institute of Archaeology
at UWF. Join us for this wine and
cheese event sponsored by St.
Ann Adult Faith Formation and
the Pensacola Archaeological
Society.
Musical Production
July 21, "Daniel in Lion's
Den", a recital by the participants
in our music camp, will be in the
St. Ann Parish Hall and Church,
5:30 p.m. Registration for Sun-
day School and Faith Formation
classes will be at this event.
Game. .ilt
July 24, Family Game Night
sponsored by Young Families
Group, St. Ann Family Life Cen-
ter Rec Room, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. will include a competition
for the "Funnest Family." Regis-
tration for Sunday School and
Faith Formation classes will be


at this event.
Information, bulletins and
newsletters are available at
www.StAnnGulfBreeze.Org or
by calling the Church office at
850-932-2859.

Navajo Mission Trip
For the fourth year, teams
from St. Ann Catholic Church
and Our Lady of the Assumption
Mission are preparing to help
young and old alike at the Na-
vajo Mission in Klagetoh, Ariz.
Cathy and Chuck Porter are
coordinating this year's fall visit
to the Navajo Indian reservation
and St. Anne's Mission in Ari-
zona, set for September 1 -5, with
a side trip to Colorado after the
work is done. The group is lim-
ited to 12, and round trip air fare
is $415.
The youth of St. Ann Catho-
lic Church and Our Lady of the


Assumption will be making an-
other mission trip to the reserva-
tion during Fall Break in Octo-
ber, Youth Minister Brian
Burnett said.
If you would like to volun-
teer to go in September, call
Cathy Porter at 934-3455. Bryan
Burnett, 932-4215, is coordinat-
ing the Fall Break trip for the
youth.

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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.

OLIVE DROP MARTINI BAR
Clearly elegant martinis served in the signature Olive Drop
glass. Full bar. Live entertainment. Dancing.
Situated in the Soundside Market across Via de Luna from the
Hilton Garden Inn. Begin your experience at 11 o'clock any day.


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 1973, the Shaker is the
home of the Original Bushwacker, a famous frozen concoction. Lis-
ten to live music most nights, always Sat urdayand Sunday. Karaoke
on Tuesday and Fridays. Wacky Wednesday: Half Price
Bushwacker, Happy Hour all night. Thurs:Tim Spencer Live and
Shaker t-shirt gets you half price drinks. Happy Hour, 11-7.
Located west of the traffic light, next to the Comfort Inn on
Pensacola Beach. Open 11 a.m. until 3a.m. 850-932-2211 orvisit
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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Freddy
Esposito


People always ask me,
"Freddy, what do you guys do
when there's no surf?"
Do you have jobs, pay bills,
or just hang out? You guys are
beach bums, aren't you?
Well, this is my favorite
question of all time!
Beach Bums, they call us -
like we just hang around 'till the
surf comes up, eating cheap surf
food and talking surf talk all day.
Hey, dude, get a clue.
First of all, I have never met
a beach bum surfer. Sure, I've
met some bums in my day, (the
wall of shame) but no surf bums.
Oh, maybe in the old 50s surf
movies, but that's not real, you
know. Hollywood has never had


a clue into the surfing world.
You see, surfing really
doesn't attract that type of per-
son. Surfers are a different breed.
They are dedicated athletes and
spend some serious cash on their
gear.
The average surfboard costs
well over $500, and good
wetsuits range from $150-$300.
The cost of travel to find good
waves, well, that can cost thou-
sands of dollars for plane tick-
ets, hotels, transportation, and on
and on.
I really have never met a
Bum that can afford that routine.
You would have to sell a lot of
newspapers on the interstate just
to get some good wax!


So the question was...what
do we do?
Well, we do the same
things as everyone else. We
raise families, have real jobs
and walk and chew gum like
the rest of you.
But the main difference is
we always make the time, no
matter what, to ride waves. It
keeps us sane, to a degree.
Some of us have pursued
jobs that allow us to take time
off, or change our schedule to fit
our surfing habit. We do what
ever it takes. It's about dedica-
tion, remember? Doesn't sound
like a bunch of bums to me!
Stay safe. Stay stoked. Stay
off the interstate!


Bushwacker 5K Registration Deadline Set


Runners, get ready. Now is
the time to register to enter the
annual Bushwacker 5K Run.
Preregistration for the popular
run from Gulf Breeze to
Pensacola Beach is open
through July 31. Register in
person at Running Wild, 126


South Palafox Street in
Pensacola. Late registration
will be August 3 from 4 to 7
p.m at Capt'n Fun downtown
and on August 4 from 4 to 7
p.m. at Portofino Beach Board-
walk on Pensacola Beach. Mail


in registration can be sent to
Big Brothers Big Sisters, 5514
N. Davis Highway, Building 117,
Pensacola, FL 32503.
For complete information,
send inquiries by email to
beachbud@mindspring.com or
call Johnny Graves, 850-939-8073.


Historic Fort Pickens Offers Tours and Treasures


Fort Pickens, which was
heavily damaged by hurricanes,
is offering ranger guided tours,
barrier island walks and an is-
land treasure walk on weekends
in July. The historic fort is ac-
cessible by boat or on foot. No
vehicular traffic is allowed at this
time.
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P: Gulf Breeze New Custom Home $274,900
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CATCHIN THE KEEPERS The Lively One II was heavy into the action on Saturday, July 8. This group of
fishermen hauled in twenty Stud Black Fin, five Yellow Fin, three Dolphin and one Wahoo. The Lively One II is
captained by Eddie Lively. Fishermen are Cullen Stanley, Jeff Skomp, Carl Osley, Ben Lively, David Gautier,
Joseph Dew berry, Cameron Zack, Josh Smith,AI Stechmann, Bobby John, D. Roth, Jody Wells.


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Iby
Pete Della Ratta
The Pensacola Beach Fish-
ing Pier stretches 1471 feet out
into the waters of the Gulf of
Mexico. An angler and tourist
friendly environment, it is a land-
mark on Pensacola Beach.
For casual observers the Pier
boasts a view of marine life.
Look for dolphins, manatees,
brown and cow rays, different
types of sharks, and crabs. While
schools of bait fish provide din-
ner to the bigger predators, sea
birds flock near the pier as well.
Local anglers report great
fishing. Gulf species such as
King and Spanish Mackerel, Co-
bia, Pompano, Mahi Mahi,
Flounder, Whiting, White and
Speckle Trout, Blue Fish, Tar-
pon, Bonito, Red Fish are hooked
from the Pier.
According to the Pier's
website, "A surprising catch this
summer was our first Sailfish
weighing 50 pounds caught off
the end of the Pier."
You just never know what
will be happening at the Pier, so
check it out. The fish are always
biting. The sights are interesting
and the food is good, too. Call
them at 850-934-7200. Get busy
and wet a line.


Wristband Sales To Raise Funds
for Injured Pelican Player
The Pensacola Pelicans are mounting medical expenses.
proud to announce that wrist- Fans can purchase wrist-
bands for Pelicans Pitcher Rusty bands at the Pelicans Front Of-
Begnaud are now on sale. fice located at 913 Gulf Breeze
The cost for each wristband Pkwy., Suite 8A or by visiting the
is $3, and 100 percent of profits Souvenir Shop at Pelican Park.
go to the Rusty Begnaud Benefit Orders may also be placed by
Account to help the family with phone at 934-8444.


Beach Warning Flags

Water Closed to Public
Agua Cerrada al Publico

SHigh Hazard
High Surf and/or Strong Currents
Peligro Alto, Resaca Alta y/o Corrientes Fuertes


Medium Hazard
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Tuesday, August 1 Social Element


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Deal Me In, Poker's Popular On The Beach


Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun poker
games attract card players to the
tables at the waterfront Paradise
Bar and Grill and the historic Is-
lander Lounge every week.


Winners from the June
weekly Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun
gathered around the felt to test
their skills on Friday, June 30.
Roberto Vazques defeated Tim


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Roberto Vazquez is the winner of the Champions Tournament. Weekly
winners gathered at Paradise for a head to head showdown on Friday,
June30.


Rinker in the final hand to earn
the title of Champion's Cham-
pion of the month of June.
Stephanie Marlowe mowed
down a big crowd on July 3 to
take a the win with tourist Ryan
Okkin posting the second high-
est stake of chips. Soul Feel
served up tasty tunes for the play-
ers to groove on.
The following week, July 10
action found Eric Teel from
Pensacola defeating Redneck
Annie Vinson in the final. Janie
Uzdevenes was third.
The Islander Lounge hosts
games on Wednesday nights at
7 p.m. After a long Fourth of
July weekend, Larry Richard
took out Anthony Mince in a one
hand final to take top honors.
Then on the eve of the Blue
Angels show, July 12, Tommy
C('ha\ is Ilc\\ to the winners circle
with a very "blue" Trace Lewis
in tow.
"This is a great way to get
out and have some fun on a week
night. There is no charge to play
and everyone is welcome," said
Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun promoter
Rick Uzdevenes.
Games begin at 7 p.m. and
are played at Paradise Bar and
Grill on Monday nights and The
Islander Lounge on Wednesday
nights. Spectators are welcome.


National Pollution Prevention Week
September 18-24
If you would like to participate in a Prevention
Week Program, contact Nicole McDonald
Environmental Specialist & P2 Coordinator Northwest
District FL. Department of Environmental Protection
Hazardous Waste Section
850-595-8300 ext 1252
Nicole.McDonald@dep.state.fl.us


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by your side. Two tables of players wave hello prior to getting down to
the serious business of card playing on Monday, July 3.


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PAGE 16 Island Times July 19, 2006


It's very important to use
cosmetics that are specifically for
your skin type, whether it be dry,
oily or a combo of both. if you're
not sure what your skin type is,
all you have to do is wash your
face with regular facial soap,
then, about an hour later, feel
your skin. If it's tight, then you
have dry skin. If it's shiny, you
have oily skin. If one area, like
your cheeks, is tight, and your
forehead is shiny, then you have
combination skin.
Dry skin is good for the most
part, but you do need to take ex-
tra precautions, because it's more
likely to wrinkle. That means us-
ing a good, creamy moisturizer
twice a day, once under your
make-up in the morning, and
then again at night after you
wash your face. A sunscreen with
an SPF of 45 or more wouldn't
hurt as well as a weekly deep
moisturizing mask. Less break-
outs for dry skin is the big posi-
tive here!
Oily skin is much more sus-
ceptible to breaking out than dry
skin, but then it tends not to
wrinkle so much. (Where's the
happy medium here?)
It is recommended to wash
your face three times a day with
this skin type, but who has time
for that? If I start feeling oily- I
just grab the good old bottle of
Sea Breeze astringent and give
my face the once over. A mud
mask is good for drawing out the
impurities in your skin.
If you have combination
skin, don't worry, you don't have
to buy two types of cleansers.
There are products specifically
designed for you! This may
sound a little nutty, but you must


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remember that your skin does not
stop at your jaw line. The skin
on your neck and chest are simi-
lar to your facial area, so treat it
as such. There are body cleans-
ing systems designed for each
skin type, with everything you
need. The only thing you have to
remember is don't get something
that clashes with your favorite
perfume- two conflicting fra-
grances can raise quite a funk!
Here's to healthy skin and a
happy you.


i Hautya I ach

By Danah & Gwen Gibson
Using the right cosmetics for your skin type


Swing Dancing Every Friday Night
Swing and Latin Lessons begin at 8 p.m.
Regular Dance 9 to 11:30 p.m.
Admission $5
Smoke and Alcohol Free
All Ages Welcome Great Family Fun
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Tickets are now available for
the 12th Annual Evening of
Comedy Benefiting Covenant
Hospice, to be held on Saturday,
July 29 at Hilton Garden Inn on
Pensacola Beach. Hosted by Sue
Straughn, the evening includes a
silent and live auction, hours
d'oeuvres, a gourmet dinner, a
cash bar and a whole lot of laugh-
ter! Nationally known comedian
Henry Cho will provide the
evening's entertainment.
Tickets are $75 and pro-
ceeds benefit Covenant Hospice.
To participate in this event or for
more information, contact
Courtney Humbaugh 438-9714.


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July 19, 2006 Island Times


T7 LI22ARD'5


TONGUE


In April of this year, author
Michael Pollan published "The
Omnivore s Dilemma: A Natural
History ofFour Meals." After lis-
tening to multiple interviews with
him on National Public Radio
(NPR) and reading a glorious re-
view in The New York Times, I
knew this was just the book I
needed read to bring out the or-
ganic farmer in me and to get me
in touch with where my food origi-
nates. I had myself convinced that
weekly trips to the Commissary
would be a thing of the past and I
would be living off the land in my
government owned backyard. I
envisioned a small garden just
bursting with tomatoes, green
beans, cucumbers, peas, carrots,
scallions and basil -pesticide free,
of course. Then reality sunk in.
The day I was making my list
of what I needed, which in my
mind was seeds only, I received
notice that soil sampling would be
conducted in a few days. It seems
that some kind of tank that was
buried in the ground twenty or
thirty years ago was leeching con-
taminants into the soil. As hard
as the gentleman tried to reassure
me that there was no evidence of
soil contamination where I lived,
I quickly added soil and planters
to my list. I was determined to
have a garden.
As I poured my soil and


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by E.K. Hewson

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neatly planted rows of seeds, or in
some cases circles of seeds, I re-
visited the idea that by summer, I
would host a dinner party. The
menu would consist of boiled crabs
that I caught in the Neuse River
which is a short bike ride away;
lightly steamed green beans; to-
mato and basil salad; and sliced
apples from the tree on the side of
the house that I nurtured through-
out the winter months and vigi-
lantly protected from my
husband's errant weed whacking
ways.
Well last week I had my offi-
cial garden party. It was quite
small. Okay, so I was the only one
who attended. I served three boiled
crabs, five green beans, a local-
farmer's-market-bought tomato
with basil pinched from my
neighbor's yard, and for dessert
what was left of a half-eaten apple.
I have no idea what kind of bird
ate the other half, but I hope he
enjoyed it as much as I did.
This summer, my trips to the
Commissary did not cease nor did
my consumption ofpre-packaged,
cellophane secured fish. I did,
however, catch and grow one meal
and am now more in touch with
where my food originates. Unfor-
tunately, it's just not in my own
backyard. Until next time...
Luv,
Lizzard

January 26 February 3

Roundtrip air
Pensacola to Munich
Roundtrip airport
transfers to/from hotel
7 nights hotel in
Innsbruck, Austria
Breakfast Buffet &
Dinner daily at hotel
All local taxes


Beach Tunes In
To Juke House
Regulars

Juke House Regulars will fill
the Casino Beach Gulfside Pavil-
ion with tempting tunes as the
Blues on the Beach concerts con-
tinue Tuesday, July 25.
During the summer season,
you can enjoy Blues on the Beach
concerts for free featuring an ex-
citing line up of bands playing
every Tuesday from 7-9 p.m.,
through August at the Gulfside
Pavilion on Pensacola Beach.
Concerts are provided by the
Santa Rosa Island Authority and
organized by the Pensacola
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Spectators are encouraged to
bring lawn chairs or blankets to
the pavilion area. No pets are
allowed and glass is prohibited.
For more information call
the Pensacola Beach Visitor In-
formation Center at 850-932-
1500, or log on to
visitpensacolabeach.com


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Landlubbers beware! Krewe of Kids members Cayle and Kye
Sessions dress the part last week on their way to see "Pirates of the
Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest." Celene and Jim Sessions are the pirates'
parents.


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Fancy Fixtures From France Freak Out Engineers


Today's topic is repairing
light fixtures preferably chande-
liers. And, these chandeliers are
not from the USA. They are old
and from France. They are an-
tique and unique, and need some
work.
You say, "so that's not a big
deal."
And my response is, "au
contraire, mon frere." (To the
contrary, my brother). Now let's
see why this is so.
First of all the French had
some very unique electrical com-
ponents in their wiring for light
fixtures. Three electrical engi-
neers, myself included, had never


seen such an arrangement. The
light sockets were not standard
US; and therefore, no US bulbs
would fit. So this involved replac-
ing them with US light sockets.
But BIG problems nothing
would screw in because the
threads (not clothes) on the sup-
port brackets and connecting
pieces all had different threads
from US standards.
Twelve new brackets,
twelve new sockets, and a lot of
rewiring of this fixture brought
beautiful results. It only took a
day and a half, a bottle of brandy
and many swear words.
But ooh la la!


College Electricity Course

Gets Students Plugged In


Pensacola Junior College
is offering a vocational certifi-
cate program in Electricity be-
ginning Sept. 15.
The program contains sig-
nificant on-the-job training.
Courses follow curriculum de-
veloped by Florida Community
College of Jacksonville's
Florida Construction Institute
and standards set by the Na-
tional Center for Construction
Education and Research.
Residential and commer-
cial electrical courses are cov-
ered including proper selec-
tion and use of power and hand
tools; blueprints; the National
Electrical Code; wiring tech-


niques and electrical mainte-
nance procedures. Training ex-
perience consists of hands-on
scenarios in the lab and real
construction projects.
The service-learning com-
ponent stresses community in-
volvement such as helping
Habitat for Humanity meet its
goal to build approximately 50
homes during the next year.
A Jobs for Florida's Future
grant is funding the program's
launch. Scholarships are avail-
able.
For more information, con-
tact Robert Pierce at 484-1950
or rpierce@pjc.edu.


Anything That Floats, Sunday, September 3
Proceeds benefit the Chamber



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Children ages 8 to 11 can
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day the program offered at Na-
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Breeze, Wednesday, July 26 from
9 a.m. until noon. This is a
chance for children to experience
and learn about the Gulf Islands
National Seashore. Naval Live
Oaks is located at 1801 Gulf
Breeze Pkwy., in Gulf Breeze.
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.UL. UWII rlt110 WI. JCl0.II
1581 Bulevar Menor, Lowest
priced Sound Front Lot
MLS# 303140 $585,000.
Santa Rosa Villas Estates
Lot 7 Calle Marbella, Gulf View
Gated Subdivision
$545,000 MLS:290526
Santa Rosa Villas
1754 Ensenada Seis, Gulf
Front Lot, In Private Cul-De-
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Santa Rosa Villas Estates
Lot 35 Ensenada Marbella,
Direct Gulf View, In Private
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MLS:278391
603 Ariola Drive
Corner Lot, Located across
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800 Via de Luna
Large Corner Lot in prime lo-
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$550,000 MLS:295784
Navarre Bay Front Lot
8052 Sleepy Bay Blvd. Priced
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Call Conna O'Donovan
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cell: 850-232-4001
home: 850-932-1701
office: 850-932-6278
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CONDO in SANDESTIN-
1BR,1BA, 881 sq ft, listed for
$325,000. Will also swap for
home in Gulf Breeze, Navarre,
or Pensacola. Diane Tyson,
agent for Real Estate House,
(850) 982-7956 or 932-3913.

Land zoned C-1 on Scenic
Highway-owner motivated.
$594,000. Diane Tyson, Real
Estate House, 982-7956 or
932-3913

THE BIG ONE--$300,000--this
house is like new, brick, 3/2,
dbl garage, see extras your-
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school areas, sits high and
overlooks canal. Diane
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982-7956 or 932-3913


SReal Estate For Sale l

Gulf Breeze Proper 3/2, 1528
sf with detached unit 222,sf.
Must See 307 Washington
Ave. Quiet street. Minutes from
town and Beach. Bike to a+
schools, Rec Center, Library,
Boat Launch. Reduced to
$219,000. Call 850-529-5804
or 850-529-7589.


Price dropped for this up-
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with pool, upgrades, and close
to golf course. $395,000 for a
custom family home-call Diane
at anytime to see inside.
DIANE TYSON, Real Estate
House (850) 982-7956

Under $200,000 is a special
price for a NEW 3BR, 2.5 BA
townhome, upgraded with tile
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than 4 miles from Gulf Breeze
proper or Pensacola Beach.
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or land to purchase?
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or invest?
FREE HELP--is available 7
days a week.
FREE e-mail reports for com-
parisons, details.
NO STRINGSATTACHED--For
assistance finding a rental or
just the right purchase--it will
cost you nothing. Please call
DIANE TYSON, Realtor, Real
Estate House. 850-932-3913
or 850-982-7956

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* MASSAGE THERAPY 0
* Deep Tissue Relaxation
Medically Specific (#0018585)
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CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
* Massage (Megan)
* 850-748-3121
* Mani/Pedi (CJ)
850-748-2430
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Items For Sale


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

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


DISTRIBUTOR
MATTRESS
OVERSTOCK
New mattress sets, brand
name, warranty, still in plas-
tic.
PLUSH TOP
Full from $125
Queen from $140
PILLOW TOP
Full from $155
Queen from $175
King from $245
MEMORY FOAM Retail
$1600, Sacrifice $595
Can Deliver-850-418-5274


Education

Tired of searching for an-
swers to you or your child's
learning difficulties? Offering
a series of programs that
work. Fun and different.
Paradise Learning Unlimited
Services or PLUS
paradiselearning@bellsouth.net
or call Gene at 850-723-8900
or Rita at 850-934-1389.

Cleaning

Capable, Bonded, Licensed
Available to clean your home or
office. Please call 850-490-5817
or 850-494-0964 for an appoint-
ment.


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Gulf Front Condo-Emerald Isle: 2
condos for rent on Pensacola
Beach. 2 bedroom 2 bath, heated
pool /jacuzzi. Tastefuly furnished.
Call Clark 850-324-2452

Charming 3BR/2BA home with
Florida room, laundry room and
nicely landscaped yard. Located in
Gulf Breeze Proper. Walking dis-
tance to schools. $1100/mo. Avail-
able now. Realty Marts international,
850-982-5377


Hurricane

Hurricane Shutters and Storm
Panels. Affordable shutters in 6
weeks or less! Do it yourself or in-
stallation available. 850-450-9137
or 850-324-3282.



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Bella, a beautiful black & brown
puppy, needs a home. We found her
abandoned on 6/25/06. She's about
8 weeks old. Has her first shots,
dewormed. We'd love to keep her
but already have 4 dogs plus a stun-
ning cat. Please provide a good
home to this sweet, lovely pup. She
seems to be a beagle mix. If you
have a good home, please call 850-
932-4423 or 850-565-0479.
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BEST PAW FORWARD
Classes Starting soon!
Gulf Breeze & Pensacola
Group & private available
(850) 572-0653
formydobes@cox.net
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CRAB & SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES


0 Great Steaks


-NW" M'aryland Cro0ag 4
Alaskan Snow C i Cakes
bungeness She Crb Soup King Crab


All You Can Eat
Catfish $14.99

(850) 932-0700
Open 7 days a week
www.crabswegotem.com


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Oysters & Wings
Monday Thursday
4-6p.m.

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


& Fried Shrimp


# Upstairs Beach View Dining
f Living Reef Aquarium Bar
# Outdoor Gulfside beck


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