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Volume II, Number 9 Pensacola Beach, Florida August 30, 2006


Rub-A-Dub-Dub, Three Paddlers In A Tub


Two's company and three's a crowd when it comes to paddling the less-than-streamlined bathtubs in the Jamaican Fest Anything That Floats
competition at Portofino Boardwalk, Sunday, September 3. Members of the Paradise Paddling Team, who are ready to splash and thrash their way
through the soundside racing course are (front, L to R): Lindsey Stanley and Jennifer Tuten. Showing off his superior oar handling skills on Sunday
will be twenty-one-year old Michael Newingham. Story, Page 2.





PAGE 2 Island Times August 30, 2006


Jamaica Comes To Portofino Boardwalk


The Labor Day Bathtub
Races, arguably one of Pensacola
Beach's favorite sports, are all set
for this year as a part of the Ja-
maican Fest which runs Friday
through Sunday, September 1-3,
at Portofino Boardwalk. The tub
races will begin at 2 p.m. Sun-
day. Entry fee is $30 per two per-
son team with all the proceeds
going to the Pensacola Beach
Chamber of Commerce. The
Bathtub Races will follow the
Anything That Floats competi-
tion which starts at noon. Prizes
will be awarded in both aquatic
events.
Going to the Boardwalk over


the weekend will be like a vaca-
tion in Jamaica with reggae
bands, dreadlock stations, open
air booths, sidewalk sales and a
special Kid's Zone.
"We want this to become one
of the biggest festivals of the year
on Pensacola Beach," Robert
Gleim said. "There's something
for everyone and a great way for
families to spend the last week-
end of summer."
Jamaican Fest sponsors are:
Springhill Suites, Lee Tracey,
Hemingway's Island Grill, Red
Stripe Beer, Bamboo Willie's,
CAT Country, Coca Cola, Hoot-
ers and Island Times.


Friday. September 1 Event Schedule
4 PM One Jamaican Band Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage, Chamber Booth, Kid's Zone, Merchants
Sidewalk Sale
5 PM LMR2 Half Shell Stage
6 PM Drealock Station
9 PM Ba'Nana Republic Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage

Saturday. September 2
Noon Good Foote Half Shell Stage til 4, One Jamaican Band Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage,
Chamber Booth, Kid's Zone, Merchants Sidewalk Sale
5 PM LMR2 Half Shell Stage, Ba'Nana Republic Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage
11 PM Dash Rip Rock Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage

Sunday. September 3
Noon Anything That Floats T-shirt sales and registration at Chamber Booth, Dreadlock Station, Kid's
Zone, Boardwalk Merchants Sidewalk Sale
1 PM LMR2 Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage
2 PM Anything That Floats Bathtub Races behind Bamboo Willie's
5 PM Awards Ceremony & Bikini Contest Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage
7 PM Ba'Nana Republic Red Stripe Bamboo Willie's Stage


Hot Contest Shapes Up in District Four


Tom Banjanin
Incumbent Escambia
County Commissioner, Tom
Banjanin, has served the residents
of District 4 for twelve years, and
he wants to continue
with another term in
office.
"There is no sub-
stitute for honesty and
experience," Tom said,
as he cited the fact that
he was the only com-
missioner who was not Tom Ba
involved in the recent
scandals which left him as the
sole commissioner to run the
county.
"I kept the county running
smoothly without any disruption
of services, operations, or func-
tions," Tom said.
As the commissioner whose
district includes Pensacola
Beach, Tom aired his stand on
critical issues.
"I believe that Pensacola
Beach is basically built out, and
that the role of the Santa Rosa
Island Authority is maintenance
of the Island and not the promo-
tion of growth," he said.
Expanding on that issue,
Tom said he firmly supports no
change in the current density cap
on Pensacola Beach.
"I will fight any attempt to
raise the density cap or any other
change that will allow over de-
velopment with the building of
more high rise condominiums.
Enough is enough," Tom de-
clared.
Tom believes that any more
development in the core area


in


should only be single family resi-
dences rather than more condos.
Tom also maintains his inter-
est in the residents of Pensacola
Beach before, during and after
hurricanes strike.
He states his posi-
tion as follows:
Hurricane Evacua-
tion: I have initiated,
advocated and sup-
ported for years the
prime hurricane evacu-
ianin ation route up Highway
29 and up a widened
Alabama Highway 113
to 1-65. Two weeks ago, I voted
for 4 million dollars to complete
the financing of this route.
Post Hurricane Plan: I firmly
support the return of Island resi-
dents immediately after a hurri-
cane to secure their homes, cover
roofs, and to remove personal
items and valuables.
Hurricane Insurance: I
strongly support a County Com-
mission resolution calling for a
special session of the Florida
Legislature to deal with the insur-
ance crisis in Florida.
Pet Friendly Shelters: I
strongly support the creation of
pet friendly hurricane shelters for
evacuation locations for pets and
their owners.
Tom points with pride to his
record as a public servant. "I have
never been apart of the old guard,
or the Downtown crowd or spe-
cial interests," he said.
Although Tom contends that
he is not a career politician and
has always held other employ-
ment, he has served in elected


capacities in the Florida House of
Representatives for 6 years and
the Pensacola City Council for
six years. Tom, a colonel in the
United States Army Reserve, now
retired after 30 years of service,
has also been a professor at the
United States Naval War College
and an assistant United States
Attorney. He is the founder of
Crimestoppers and served as
chairman of the Escambia
County Development Commis-
sion which brought 6000 jobs to
the area.
Tom holds a Doctor of Law
and Doctor of Business Admin-
istration degrees. He is married
to his wife Peggy, and has one
grown child, Sari.
"There is no substitute for
experience, when making vital
public policy decisions," Tom
said. "I have the experience
needed to make these tough bud-
get and policy decisions to pro-
tect county citizens and to pro-
vide efficient and effective ser-
vices for our people."

Grover Robinson
Is Jill for Grover? Only if his
campaign does not interfere with
his honey-do chores at home. All
kidding aside, Grover Robinson's
wife, Jill and his children, Grover
V, 9, and Anna Lowery, 5, are
riding the campaign trail right
with him as he seeks the District
Four seat on the Escambia
County Commission. Pensacola
Beach is in District Four.
"As for Grover, V, and Anna
Lowery they are hard on the cam-
paign trail just as I was for my


dad, starting when I was only two," represented by the National Sea-
Grover said. shore, single family residences,
Grover, 36, a seventh genera- and a commercial multi family
tionPensacolian cites the county's area. I believe all three serve a
need for leadership in solving vital part of the Beach and all
problems, some of which date three need to be taken care of for
back for many years. the future. There is ab-
"There needs to be solutely no reason that
a level of trust, so all three segments of
people can respect your our Beach cannot live
position on any issue," together harmoniously
Grover said. "This prin- and support each other,
ciple and perhaps one but we have to have
most absent from our leaders who under-
l a i a Grover Robinsonad
political arena, is ac- stand this and can


tion."
Grover, a Realtor, is making
his debut on the political stage in
this campaign. He believes that his
commitment to the community, his
volunteer activities and his career
as the president of his own com-
pany qualify him for a leadership
role.
Grover Robinson is a
Pensacola Beach leaseholder with
definite thoughts on issues which
confront Beach residents. In re-
sponse to a question on his opin-
ion on Beach taxation, he said,
"Currently, the issue with Beach
taxes is in court, and the judicial
branch will provide the ultimate
decision. I will say that I think it is
important to have leaders who un-
derstand the Beach because the
county will have to make long term
decisions for the Beach once the
court decision is made, either
way."
His remarks, in general, on
Pensacola Beach centered on the
diversity of the area.
"I think we have a great com-
bination of undeveloped Beach,


work a balance among
all three."
Additionally, Grover said the
Beach needs more parking, more
trash receptacles and a cleaner
beach.
Countywide, Grover's plat-
form is three fold: (1) Infrastruc-
ture, (2) Economic opportunity,
and (3) Quality of Life.
In summing up his campaign
and especially his focus on
Pensacola Beach, Grover said,
"As a Pensacola Beach lease-
holder, I am interested in protect-
ing the Island's natural beauty,
providing beach access to all citi-
zens, and managing growth on
the Island so that we offer resi-
dents and visitors first class
amenities. I believe the strength
of this Island is the diversity
which is created by the conser-
vation area, the single family resi-
dential neighborhoods, and the
commercial core. I believe we can
create an environment which is
conducive to all three of these con-
stituencies, but only in an atmo-
sphere of trust and cooperation."


Grover Robinson and incumbent Commissioner Tom Banjanin both Republicans will face off in the September 5 primary. The winner will go to the
General Election ballot, November 7 to face contenderAndy Kowalski, no party affiliation, and Tom Wells, write-in candidate.


PAGE 2


Island Times


August 30, 2006





August 30, 2006 Island Times PAGE 3


Barefoot on the Beach


By Jane Waters Cooper


I used to think I didn't like to
work. As I drove to my office ev-
eryday, toward the end of the six-
teen years of publishing a news-
paper on Pensacola Beach, I must
admit, I yearned to retire. I
thought I just wanted to do what-
ever I pleased and never have to
write anything more than a gro-
cery list.
We, who worked at the news-
paper frequently spent our week-
ends covering events, and if we
were to enjoy a holiday, we had
to put in double time the day be-
fore and the day after. We always
had to work on Labor Day for
Monday was the deadline day for
the upcoming weekly. We never
took long vacations, and very few
short ones.
Poor me. I thought my only
pathway to happiness was to re-
tire. What I know now is that I
was having a ball. I was actually
loving every minute of being
smack in the middle of practically
everything that went on in the
Beach community. I saw friends
and met strangers every day. My
phone rang constantly.
If there were rumors, true sto-


ries, jokes, hassles, problems on
the Beach, we, at the newspaper
office, were the first to know. As I
look back now, it was such an ex-
citing time. I wish I had appreci-
ated it more.
Anyway, at the end of March
in 1995, Ihung it up. Walked away
from the newspaper with a big
grin on my face. Now, I was free
to do whatever I wanted, not nec-
essarily what was expected of me.
My husband-to-be, Frank
Cooper also sold his business
and retired in 1995. He looked for-
ward to spending countless care-
free hours on his boat and the
"do nothing" job of reigning over
the Krewe of Wrecks for a year.
We were married in July, and life
became a bowl of cherries. No
pits.
Actually, one pit did show
up to mar our free wheeling
lifestyle. Hurricane Opal blew us
out of our house from October to
December. When we returned
home, we began to do what most
retirees do, we went visiting. We
drove to Houston to see my sis-
ter, and made many trips to Wis-
consin, California, Maryland and


Tee Up For Golf


Tourney Signs


Atlanta to see our children.
We flew to San Diego to see
the America's Cup. We went to
Mexico twice. We spent a month
criss-crossing the western United
States. We took short hops to
New Orleans, Biloxi, and South
Louisiana. We spent weeks cruis-
ing on our boat. Every year, on
our anniversary, we returned to
Cedar Key, where we were mar-
ried. Somewhere along the line,
our constant indulgences in plea-
sure began to grow a bit tiresome.
So, we took a break.
After two years, of riding
that retiree's circuit, I sat down at
my desk one day and began writ-
ing a book which was eventually
published, "To The Beat of an
Island Drum." So much for gro-
cery lists.
I have found that retirement
does not offer protection against
hardships. Like the hurricane dev-
astation we have all recently en-
dured. And whenyou least expect
it, some physical ailment can
come along and take you out of
the loop. None of that stops your
desire to do more than play
shuffleboard or rock the day
away.
Retirement doesn't fit a lot of
people. Frank and I are two of
those people. So here's a tip, if,
right now, you are working every-
day, perhaps it is time to count
your blessings as well as your


money. Don't worry about retire-
ment, it will happen.
As for Frank and me, we do
not belong to AARP. We belong
to Pensacola Beach. If there is a
charitable cause, someone in
need, a project that requires help,
we're there.
And, so it's Labor Day, 2006.
I just cannot bring myself to
throw in the sponge. Am I retired?
Sort of. Am I free to do whatever


I choose? Not really. Am I living
in Shangri La? Not exactly.
You see, I do have some
work to do for Island Times. Offi-
cially, I bear the title of Publisher
which translates into stringer -- -
the person who strings together
words to produce readable news-
paper stories. This time around,
my duties are few and my plea-
sures are many. Maybe, I'm living
in Shangri La after all.


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Pensacola Beach American
Legion Post 379 has some open-
ings for tee sign sponsors for their
Sixth Annual Putt Putt Golf Out-
ing October 14 at Tiki Island on
the Beach. The 8 by 18 inch signs,
professionally produced, are dis-
played at the tee box during the
event.
Sign sponsors will be recog-
nized in the Legion Post newslet-
ter, and their names will also be
displayed on the Sponsor's
Board at the Player's Registration


Center.
The cost per sign is $25.
"We welcome sign sponsors
for our Golf Tournament," Chuck
L'Oignon, Post commander, said.
"All the proceeds go to the chari-
ties we support."
The Beach Legion Post sup-
ports the Veteran's Nursing
Home, Children and Youth pro-
grams, Boy's State and Air Force
JuniorROTC.
For information, call Chuck
at 572-2981 or 932-5906.


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PAGE 4 Island Times August 30, 2006


MESSAGE FROM COURTNEY
Dr. Courtney Winstead, a
member of the Mystic Krewe of
Nereids and a hard core trivia
player, email's a note to Island
Times. "Just keep on doin' what
you're doin'. People like you are
what the REAL beach is all about
to folks like me. Beautiful folks
go with the beautiful beach."
VOO DOO BAGS
HARD AT WORK
The "Keep the Hurricanes
Away" bags that Nasty John
has distributed all over the is-
land, are working just fine. Up
to now. Talk to your voodoo
bag today. We're only halfway
through the season.
NEW JOB
Congratulations to Rachael
Johnson who has joined the
Studer Group in Gulf Breeze. She
starts her new duties September 1.
SIGN COMES HOME
What is Pensacola Beach
without its beloved fish sign
which guides everyone over the
Bob Sikes Bridge? When the
fish sign is in disrepair, it's like
all is not right with the Beach.
Linda Matthews has word from
Ronnie Thomas that the sign
has been repaired and will be


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back watching over all Beach
lovers this week.
OOPS MISSED BIRTHDAY
Kennedy Neal has com-
plained that we failed to wish
her a happy sixtieth birthday.
Since her big day was in March,
we herewith wish her a happy
sixty -and-one -half birthday.
HOOKORPIPER
Sandee Bredesen, Beach
School teacher, couldn't decide
if she was Capt. Hook or the
Pied Piper as she bravely guided
dozens of children from
Flounder's to the Boardwalk
dock, so they could ride the
Portofino Pirate cruise, a part of
the Harry Gowens Memorial on
Friday, August 18.
BIRTHDAY KAHUNAS
Karen Cook Cowen says
your birthday makes you the Big
Kahuna so you can do anything
you want. She threw a bash at
her Crane Cove home on Mon-
day, August 21 for birthday cel-
ebrants Mary Owens, Lonnie
Lane, Rebecca Cowen, Ty
Cowen, and Jim Morrow.
SWEET HOME ALABAMA
Former beach resident,
Alice Aman Ramsey, lives in
Alabama now, and doesn't get
back to the Beach as often as


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she would like. So, the Beach
comes to her in the pages of
Island Times every other week.
"It really keeps me connected,"
Alice says.
BACKINACTION
Paradise bartender Dawn
Lockwood reports that her hus-
band, Jeff, Beach poker champ,
is back in action after undergo-
ing neck surgery. He's riding his
Harley and even going to work.
RESIDENTS BECOME
VISITORS
Carol and Chris Bayer and
sons, John and Matt, lost their
home on Pensacola Beach dur-
ing the hurricanes, but will
soon return for one glorious
weekend. They won the Silent
Auction Grand Prize at the Harry
Gowens Memorial, a basket full
of gift certificates for dining,
shopping and hotel stays.
NEST NANNIES
Longtime turtle nest watcher
Melanie Waite has enlisted the
help of former Beach veterinar-
ian LiMarie Rodriguez in the all
night ritual of hatchling helpers.
LiMarie admits that there is noth-
ing really medical about it, just
staying awake to observe and
record the blessed events.


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No, trivia players, the photo
of the wild woman in the last is-
sue of Island Times was not Amy
Cheshire DePew or
Paulette Provost.
Close, but no cigar.
We thought we
had all of you
stumped on this one.
Instead, we received
a stream of emails
with the correct an-
swer. Deb Friedman
sent the first one and
identified the wild
woman as her sister
Nereid, Karen
Alexander. Deb gets
the t-shirt. The Karei
childhood photo of
Karen was submitted by her
parents, Bill and Bonnie
Edwards.
Try, try again. Along about
this time of the year for a long


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August 30, 2006


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time, the Beach's premier event,
the Beach Bum of the Year
Awards took place. In its long his-
tory, only
three women
received the
top honor,
two as Beach
Bums of the
F Year, and one
asBeachBum
-. of the Cen-
tury. Can you
name one?
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the same.
SEmail your
answer with
Alexander "Trivia" in
the subject
line to
islandtimes@bellsouth.net be-
fore 5 p.m. Sept. 6. Be sure to
include your name and phone
number.


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Auciust 30. 2006 Island Times PAGE 5


Memorial Benefits


Pensacola Beach Sandpipers


And, a good time was had
by all. Numbered among the 500
guests at the Harry Gowens
Memorial Barbecue were many
of Harry's old friends as well as
new Beach folks who came to
support the Pensacola Beach
Elementary School which Harry
founded. The event was at
Flounder's on August 18.
"The whole evening was a
huge success," Marta Ray who
chaired the Memorial commit-
tee, said. "There were old faces
and new faces. Everyone had a
great time."
Activities ranged all the
way from a children's raffle to a
silent auction. The biggest win-
ner of the evening was the
Beach School which will receive
a check for at least $14,000, all
generated by the three hour
event. Checks were still coming
in last week.
"Beach businesses and resi-
dents were unbelievably gener-
ous in their support," Marta said.
Sponsors attributed the
success of the event to the


community's desire to honor
Harry's memory, and at the same
time, support the school. A com-


plete list of those who contrib-
uted will appear in the next issue
ofIsland Times.


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Lucky Les Furrow and his wife, Diane were the winners of the
Island Times Winter Survival basket at the Gowens Memorial at
Flounder's, August 18. After moving from a colder climate to the
Beach, they needed the custom designed prizes to survive a Beach
winter.


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Pandora de Balthazar should have a doctorate in Sleepology.
Louise Brock, center, and Karen McCurdy relax in the European
Sleep System while Pandora instructs at a Beach Ladies Sleep
Seminar at Antique European Linens, August 17.


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PAGE 6 Island Times August 30, 2006


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By the time you are reading
this, I will be in Georgia visiting
my relatives. We have a new baby
boy in our family who was born
in July. I know, every time you
turn around we have a new baby
in Georgia. We are trying to popu-
late the state with our family one
little baby at a time. And, of
course, we get to show off our
granddaughter, Sissy, who took
her first steps right in front of
Nanny and Pappy! I also lost
three pounds while keeping Sissy
for a week, so we are thinking of
hiring her out as an exercise/
weight-loss technique.
My grandson, Jesiah is en-
joying his new school and has al-
ready made abest friend. Speak-
ing of the Beach School, I think
the attendance was overwhelm-
ing for the Harry Gowens Memo-
rial. I can tell this is going to be
an annual event and a big source
of income for our little school. I
know that Mr. Harry heard every
voice that sang for him and that
he is very proud of all of you who
sang, donated prizes, sold raffle
tickets and worked hard to make
this a reality. The beach will never
be the same without him.
While at my friend Paulette's
house I lost my earrings. We
looked diligently for them until I
realized they were in my purse. I
lost one of the earrings yet again
on the Beach last weekend! I
know it's somewhere between
Flounder's, Sandshaker, Queen
Shugah's, or in the sand. Obvi-
ously, I'm not meant to have those
earrings.
Marilyn LeNormand was on
the Beach visiting her Nereid sis-
ters. She doesn't get to come over
every week, since she lives inMo-
bile. I also have to mention that I
get a phone call every other week
from Courtney Winstead to tell me


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that her Island Times has not ar-
rived yet. I explained to her that I
just submitted my column so the
paper is due the following week.
I think she's finally realized we
only publish twice a month.
That's okay, she's just so eager
to read her newspaper that she
has a hard time waiting two
weeks. I hope there's a lot more
of you out there that feel the same
way.
Okay, let's get to the real
source of my column, which is
supposed to be cooking. This is
an excellent recipe to serve for
any holiday (especially a hot
one). There is NO cooking in-
volved and you can add and de-
lete ingredients to suit your own
taste buds. You can use light
mayo and sour cream, if desired.
You can also make ahead of time
and add fruit (grapes) or nuts.
Okay, let's NOT cook....

Creamy Vegetable
Slaw

1 Cup mayonnaise
1/ Cup sour cream
2 Tbsp. White vinegar
2 tbsp. Sugar
1 small shredded cabbage
1 Cup fresh broccoli florets,
chopped
1 Cup fresh cauliflower florets,
chopped
1/ Cup shredded carrots
% cup diced onion
1 chopped tomato

Add the first four ingredi-
ents together, blending well. Add
remaining ingredients, add salt
and pepper to taste and chill (slaw
and yourself) before serving.
Enjoy. Have a safe and
happy holiday. I'll see you in the
kitchen ....


Pensacola Beach Woman's Club Birthday Babe Alice Bosworth,
center, celebrated with her family and friends at the August 17
meeting held in the Church House on Panferio Drive. On the Beach
to help their mom celebrate are, Gayle Bosworth, left, from
Montgomery, Alabama and Jayne Sindler, right, from Cleveland,
Tennessee.


Hoofing Through Historical Hoods


The Jared Sparks Historical
Society of Pensacola Junior Col-
lege is set to get people walking
and touring several notable and
historical Pensacola neighbor-
hoods.
All of the guided tours are
10 a.m. to noon Saturdays and
free. Wear comfortable shoes, and
watch your step. No rain dates.
The 2006-2007 schedule:
Sept. 9, Seville Square Tour,


meet at Fleming Fountain
Oct. 21, St. Michael's Cem-
etery, meet at Garden and Alcaniz
Nov. 18, Downtown
Pensacola, meet at Plaza
Ferdinand
March 17, North Hill Azalea
Tour, meet at Desoto and Reus
For more information, con-
tact historian and sponsor
Randall Broxton at 484-1099 or at
rbroxton@pjc.edu.


COFFEE LIQUEUR, ANYONE?

If you are a fan of Kahlua, you are hardly
alone. In fact, this coffee-flavored liqueur is
the leading brand of liqueur in this country
and the second most popular brand of li-
queur in the world. This product of Mexico
owes its rich flavor to coffee, of course,
cane spirits, and a hint of vanilla along with
sugar, corn sweeteners, and secret ingre-
dients. It lends itself to such enormously
popular mixed drinks as the Black/White
Russian, Kahlua Mudslide, and Sombrero.
In fact, the invention of the Sombrero cock-
tail in the 1950s helped establish the popu-
larity of the liqueur and began the trend of
pairing Kahlua with cold milk. It is also
prized as a secret ingredient in chocolate
pastries.

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August 30, 2006 Island Times PAGE 7


EIGHT TO EIGHT
The Market on the island has
announced its new hours for fall.
They will be open from eight to
eight to provide the freshest pro-
duce, premier steaks and meats,
and a complete grocery line right
on the Beach. Free delivery in still
available on order of $50 or more.

NEW STORE
Beach resident John Lewis
has opened a new, fun store, Best
Prices, in the building formerly
occupied by Bokas Jordan in Gulf
Breeze. Go by and see John and
check out his stock of reasonably
priced items you just have to
have.

ELECTION 2006
Don't forget, Primary Election
Day is September 5. The Beach's
polling place is now in the Santa
Rosa Island Authority building.

IT'S IN THE BAG
Former Villa Sabine resident
Janie Meilner has
gone couture on
us. She is now de-
signing and pro-
ducing wild and 6.
stylish custom 1 ,
handbags. Hus-
band Bill is right
there to share a photo of the Nau-
tical purse.

DOORTO DOOR SERVICE
Pedro Moraes wants his
friends and neighbors to spend
all their time enjoying Pensacola
Beach, so his company X Clean
Cleaners will come to your office
or home to pick up your dry clean-
ing. Everything from shirts to
wedding dresses are on his list of
items -just call for pick up.

WHENWINDS HOWL
Tracey Maxon says that when
hurricane winds howl homes that
have shutters can be buttoned up
quickly and snugly before the
storm. Prepare now. We still have
three months to go.

RACING CRABS
The Nascrab racers have
come and gone from the Gulfront
Crabs We Got 'Em, but the ktichen
is full of Alaskan Snow Crab and
King Crab just waiting foryou to
make them disappear. A fun din-
ing experience right on the Gulf
of Mexico.


Kathy Lyon and Bobby van Deusen jazz it up at the Olive
Drop Martini Bar. The perennial Pensacola entertainers are crowd
favorites and perform Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday from 6 to
10.


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Due to popular demand, the
Blues on the Beach concert sea-
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the month of September.
The Gulfside Pavilionwill be
filled with the salty sounds of
Knee Deep. Aband that will please
everyone in the crowd.
Concerts are provided and
organized by the Santa Rosa Is-
land Authority and the Pensacola
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
"We are so pleased to be able
to extend the concert season into
September for our weekly Blues
on the Beach attendees as well
as one time visitors," said Sandy


Johnston, executive director of
the Pensacola Beach
Chamber of Com-
merce.
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September 12
Mystic Springs
September 19
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encouraged to bring
lawn chairs or blan-
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are allowed and glass is prohib-
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6 to 9 p.m.
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August 30, 2006 Island Times PAGE 9


One of the best kept secrets
on Pensacola Beach is the appear-
ance of the Bookmobile which
operates from the West Florida
Regional Library headquarters at
the Pensacola Public Library. The
Bookmobile travels across both
bridges and onto the beach and
can be located in the parking lot
at the Pensacola Beach Commu-
nity Church at Via DeLuna and
Avenida 18. It had its debut on
July 11 and comes every two
weeks from 10:00 a.m. until noon.
You can find fiction and nonfic-
tion, paperbacks and hardback,
for adults and children. There are
approximately 5000 books avail-
able through the Bookmobile. If
you can't find the book in the
Bookmobile, a request can be
made and on the following visit
the book will be available. It of-
fers not only books, but audio
visual materials as well. This is a
real convenience for residents of
the Beach, for you will not need
to travel to libraries for your read-
ing pleasures or research.
While driving my four-year
old great grandson to pre-school
one morning, he said, "I like to go
to school- I like to learn." We all
know that learning is a lifelong
adventure and we never grow too
old to read. As the anonymous
author wrote, "I've traveled the
world twice over, met the famous;
saints and sinners, poets and art-
ists, kings and queens, old stars
and hopeful beginners. I've been
where no-one's been before,
learned secrets from writers and
cooks All with one library ticket
to the wonderful world of books."
And I've appreciated those
words of Francis Bacon: "Read
not to contradict and confute; nor
to believe and take for granted;
nor to find talk and discourse; but
to weigh and consider. Some
books are to be tasted, others to
be swallowed, and some few to
be chewed and digested: that is,
some books are to be read only in
parts, others to be read, but not
curiously, and some few to be
read wholly, and with diligence

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and attention."
As another person sug-
gested, "If you can read this,
thank a teacher." Perhaps we
could paraphrase that to say "If
we need a good book, just thank
the Bookmobile for making it so
convenient."


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"All these events pulled to-
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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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awhile, so I will try to satisfy ev-
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Global warming is a hot sub-
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and politicians worldwide. If you
ask a Democrat about global
warming you get one answer, and
a Republican, yet another.
Let's start at the beginning.
Is the planet heating up? Well,
yes it is to a small degree. This
planet we live on is over 4.5 bil-
lion years old. It's had five major
extinctions since its birth (before
we got here) and tons of climate
changes.
Earth has a violent past of
birth and re-design, from natural
events like volcanoes, asteroids
and comets for millions of years.
Add that to the current pollution
and changes in landscapes, and
well, you have a planet that has
evolved quite a bit.
But, I'm no Chicken Little and
I don't think that global warming
is the end of the world for us hu-
mans.
The Earth has always had
hurricanes and major storms in its
past. In fact the last few 1000 years
have been quite boring, a slow-
ing down of weather patterns and
catastrophic events, and now it
seems that climate is changing,
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Local Boy Scout Troops Attend High Adventure Canoe Trip in Canada


By MariaWeisnicht


Gulf Breeze Boy Scout
Troops 417 and 484 each sent a
crew of scouts and adult lead-
ers to the Northern Tier High
Adventure Camp run by the
National Boy Scouts Council.
This nine day wilderness canoe
trip starts in Minnesota and ex-
plores canoe territory in the
Northern U.S. and in Canada.
Troop 417's crew included
leaders Lucky Wallace and Rick
Edwards and three scouts -
George Weisnicht, Austin
Wallace and Blake Edwards.
Troop 484 covered 110 miles on
theirjourney with their crew of
five scouts David Sever, An-
thony Hofius, Matt Fockler, Jeff
Yee, Ryan Rennie, and two adult
leaders Dr. Michael Rennie
and Nick Fockler.
This trip was the highlight
of the summer according to


scout George Weisnicht.
"Northern Tier is not for the
weak or lighthearted. It was one
of the hardest weeks of my
short life, but it was an awe-
some trip."
The crews started from
Base Camp in Ely, Minnesota
where they were assigned a
guide and equipment. Troop
417 traveled almost ninety miles
through the Quetico Provincial
Park in Ontario Canada. They
would canoe across a lake and
then between lakes they had to
carry their canoes and their
food and equipment packs. The
hike between lakes is called a
portage and can be as long as
/2 mile which is pretty far when
carrying a heavy load over
rocky, mosquito infested trails
wearing wet jungle boots!
A typical day was to canoe
from early morning until noon,
take a lunch break and then ca-


noe again until 2:00 pm where
they would setup camp. There
were fun things to do in after-
noons cliff jumping, rock
climbing, fishing and some-
times a trail sauna. The scen-
ery, fishing and observing the
wildlife were the highlights for
Troop 484 and the wild blueber-
ries were an extra treat.
Both troops are planning
presentations about the boys'
summer adventures at their re-
spective scout meetings. Troop
484 meets on 6:30pm Monday
nights at the Gulf Breeze United
Methodist Church and Troop
417 meets at 6:30pm on Tues-
day nights at St. Ann's Church
in Gulf Breeze. The Boy Scout
program is open to boys in
middle and high school and
both troops are taking new
scouts.
For more information con-
tact troop leader Lucky Wallace
at 934-8335.


It's the End of
the Trail for Troop
417 at the Northern
Tier Camp. Back "-
row (L to R) are: -
Scout Leaders
Lucky Wallace and
Rick Edwards. Front i
row (L to R) are: _
Scouts Austin
Wallace, Blake
Edwards, and
George Weisnichl.


Troop 484
with their
Northern Tier
Guide showing
off the catch of
the day. Scouts
are Anthony
Hofius, Ryan
Rennie, David
Sever, Matt
Fockler, and
Jeffrey Yee.


Anglers Audition For Hollywood Beach Poker
Win Your Own Fishing Show Contest Players Look
Comes to Flounder's August 16 For Lady Luc
There was no shortage of those who could tell a good fishing
tale in front of the camera for the chance to win their very own
segment on the Outdoor Channel at Flounder's on Pensacola Beach. Texas Hold 'Em 4 Fun pa
Hollywood hopefuls were allowed a two minute live audition in- the tables with Beach poker pi
side the specially equipped Outdoor Channel roving studio trailer. ers who have strategies, skills;
The winner will be named February 17, 2007. just hope to be lucky every M
day night at the Paradise Bar
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on Monday nights. He took out
Liz Ives with pocket aces and got
one more on the flop and one on
the turn, for four aces, August
14. The next week, Trace Lewis
the win over Waldo Defindorfin.
Tommy Chavis was third.
Action at The Islander on
Wednesday, August 16 saw Emily
McDonald score her first win in
a capacity crowd. Then, August
23, Tommy Chavis took down the
house with a full boat-queens
over nines-to take out Tim Rinker
in the final.


Poker player Anne Vinson
gives winner Tommy Chavis a
victory hug.


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PAGE 16 Island Times


Here are the seven best kept
secrets of women who never
have a bad hair day (well, maybe
on occasion).
Start with a great cut. The
most obvious clue is that it falls
right into place and is simple to
style. If your hairdresser spent 45
minutes fussing to finish it,
chances are that you will have
even more trouble doing it your-
self. You need to discuss hair
type, texture density, curl, facial
shape and how much time you are
willing to spend fixing it. Talk to
your stylist about these elements,
then ask her (or him) to explain
the "why of the suggestions.
Chances are, you'll be happier
with your cut. Communication is
very important.
Don't fight nature too
much. You can fool Mother Na-
ture, but if you perm super-fine
hair into a tight curl and bleach
black hair to an Artic blonde,
you'll become a slave to upkeep.
Chemicals take atoll on the health
of your hair. Three perms and two
colors later your hair can end up
looking like three day old spa-
ghetti! A shorter cut and a few
layers can control hair as much
as a perm can. A rich, warm brown
probably looks better on a dark
brunette than Artic blonde does.
(we won't mention any names
here)
Don't overuse products.
Gels, mousse, de-frizz serum, hair
spray, if you overuse any of or all
of these, you'll get dull looking
locks that have a gummy feeling.
I could write a book on this alone.
Just remember this. You can al-
ways add more, but you don't
want to have to start over at the
sink.
Think roots first. When
you're blow-drying, lift hair and
blow the root area first. Also con-
centrate the most volumizing
product at this area, bringing a
small amount through the ends.
This gives you height and vol-
ume.
Be prepared. If your hair
starts out great and poops out on
you mid-day, use a small amount
of water to mist or scrunch in to
re-a activate your mousse or gel.
And last but not least,
please get regular trims! Split ends
are not a great factor in styling.
Even if your are trying to grow


your hair out, it will not retain its
shape and look really blah while
it is growing. Then you will likely
end up cutting it off anyway, if it
gets out of shape. If your hair has
none of the shape of the original
cut, that's when you find your-
self resorting to ponytails, hats
and paperbags. Get a trim!
The Beach kids are out of
school on Monday, September 4.
Please be observant and drive
carefully.
Call me at the Hair Hotline,
850-932-4323. Have a Happy La-
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Keeping cooking real simple
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Junior College Continuing
Education's "Simply" cooking se-
ries.
The fall lineup includes: Sim-
ply Cajun, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sept. 9.
Learn how to make jambalaya,
gumbo, dirty rice, catfish and
more. Simply Mexican, 2 to 6 p.m.,
Sept. 9. Master South-of-the-
Border dishes such as tamales,
paella, Spanish rice and beans.
The Saturday classes cost
$40 each and are held off-campus
at First United Methodist Church
of Pace, 4540 Chumuckla High-
way.
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Nellie Bryan, who has been displaced by the hurricanes from
her beach house made a surprise visit to see friends two weeks
ago. The lovely ladies gathered around the table are (from left)
Evelyn Wright, Edwina Speirs, Sharon Peirce, Lil Kamphuis, Ina Hyer,
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Some of my fondest memo-
ries of growing up on Pensacola
Beach are of the long Labor Day
weekend and the Gulf Breeze
Jaycee's Annual Bathtub Races.
I remember the first year I com-
peted in the races. It was 1979 and
my sister, Shelley, and I paddled
our way into the finals of the me-
dia challenge heat representing
the local Beach newspaper at the
time. One might say there was a
little pressure on us to come in
first place considering our mother
owned the newspaper and we
were Beach girls. We definitely
had the crowd behind us and the
determination to win. What we
didn't have was a good push. We
were sunk and capsized before
either one of us had the chance
to take one stroke. At the time
there was no greater shame or
embarrassment than bathtub race
defeat. Shelley ventured off to the
University of Colorado before
next year's race and I would not
paddle a tub again until she re-
turned in 1983.
Neither one of us can remem-
ber what year it was we actually
won the media division of the
much loved Bathtub Races. Too
many victory margaritas will do
that to the memory. I do remem-
ber that they were held at
Quietwater Beach and we had an
excellent push off from the
newspaper's artist, Michael
Kerry. Had we had a rope, you
could have water skied behind us.
That taste of Bathtub Race vic-
tory would be one of many and
our motto soonbecame "Danger-
ous When Wet."
As editor and advertising
managing of the Beach newspa-
per, Shelley and I formed a dy-
namic duo wherever we went. We


teamed up with former surf col-
umnist Mark Anderson and art-
ist Michael Kerry to win "Our
Lady's Media Water Olympics."
This event was held at the band
shell at Quietwater Beach Board-
walk to raise building funds for
the Catholic Mission which now
stands at the corner of Avenida
18 and Via de Luna. We even
hooked up with former entertain-
ment columnist Chris Zokan to
become the trio of terror as we
took first place in the corporate
division of the Pensacola Beach
triathlon.
As with everything, time
marches on and change becomes
inevitable. Much like the old
beach newspaper has a new name
and editor, so do the Bathtub
Races. It's now called "Anything
That Floats" and is sponsored by
Bamboo Willie's as part of Jamai-
can Fest brought to the beach by
Red Stripe Beer and the mer-


chants at Portofino Boardwalk.
And of course, there will be no
team of Shelley and Liz. In fact,
we hung up our paddles over 15
years ago when I moved to Cali-
fornia.
But in the spirit of the Beach,
time can also stand still. Just like
the Gulf Breeze Jaycees did won-
derful work with the proceeds
from their annual Bathtub Races,
so will Bamboo Willies. One-hun-
dred percent of the entry fee for
each floatable contraption and
bathtub entered will go directly
to the Pensacola Beach Chamber
of Commerce. I encourage you to
grab a friend, a co-worker or even
a sister and enter "Anything That
Floats." You may sink. Then
again, you just might win. Either
way, you'll make a lifetime
memory and have a lot of fun do-
ing it.
Until next time...
Luv, Lizzard


Corvette Club Seeks Sponsors


Miracle Strip Corvette Club
is gearing up for the annual Life's
a Vette Car Show on Pensacola
Beach, Saturday, October 21. The
show will be in the Casino Beach
parking lot from 10:00 a.m. 4:00
p.m. The Club is inviting the pub-
lic to come and celebrate
America's sports car ranging
from the 1950s to 2006!
"The show brings Corvette
enthusiasts and owners from the
Florida Panhandle and the neigh-
boring states of Georgia and Ala-
bama to the Beach," said Beach
resident and Corvette Club mem-
ber Rick Gordon.
Here's your chance to be part
of the action. The Club is seeking


door prize donations from area
businesses or cash for sponsor-
ships.
Please call Rick at 850-492-
7874 for more information or to
make a contribution.


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PAGE 18 Island Times Auciust 30. 2006


Satin Bras and Old Newspapers Make News


I went back to work in the
walk-in-closet. Today, I ripped out
the sub-floor. Now who in their
right mind would use particle
board for a sub-floor? I ask this
question because not only was it
used in the walk-in-closet, but
also in the adjoining bathroom.
And guess what particle board
does when it gets wet? It expands
and expands and then disinte-
grates!
Well, why would I expect
sound construction practices
from people who used satin bras
and newspapers for insulation in
corners and crevices. Yes, you
read that right. I unwadded some
of the paper, was unable to find a
date, but did see an ad for a flap-
per dress.


Let' get back to ripping up
the floor. Once again I used my
trusty tools, hammer and crow-
bar, and of course, my battery
operated Makita saw. It took me
one hour to get the first board out
in pieces. Then it only took an
hour to get the other three boards
out. I had a much better vantage
point, and a better technique in
ripping the floor out.
Underneath the support
strips was the original porch floor,
circa 1908. There would have
been nothing I would have liked
better than to use it, but there's
one problem. It wasn't level. This
was by design though. Think
about it. Outside porch, rain, you
get the idea. Of course, nothing
in this house is level with the ex-


Petite and lovely
Roz Vail competed
in the Open
Figure Short
Class in the 26th
Annual Heart of
Dixie
Bodybuilding
Competition,
August 12 in
Foley, Alabama.
Roz trains year
around for
competition at
Gulf Breeze
Aerobic &
Fitness, Gulf
Breeze and Lady
Riviera Fitness
Center in
Pensacola.


ception of the few floors that my
husband, Ralph and I installed.
But it doesn't matter. It's a
neat old house, and it is
metamorphosizing into a really
unique fun home. Let's just say
this old house inspires creativity,
i.e. satin bras for insulation and
has a lot of love in it. Ralph had a
comment to add about the satin
bras and love, but we aren't go-
ing there.

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CLASSIFIEDADS are $5 for 20 words. Additional words are 10 cents each. Send ad with check made payable to Shelley Ink, P.O. Box 844, Gulf Breeze, FL 32562.


I Real Estate For Rentl *


Lots Lots Lots
Gulf Breeze Proper
133 Eufaula Street, large par-
cel. Desirable location.
$2,150,000 MLS: 308878
Santa Rosa Villas
1754 Ensenada Seis, Gulf
Front Lot, In Private Cul-De-
Sac, $1,680,000
MLS:288030
603 Ariola Drive
Corner Lot, Located across
from Gulf, Public easement to
Gulf, $840,000 MLS:293192
Santa Rosa Villas Estates
Lot 35 Ensenada Marbella,
Direct Gulf View, In Private
Cul-De-Sac, $795,000
MLS:278391
1581 Bulevar Menor
Lowest priced Sound Front
Lot MLS# 303140 $585,000.
800 Via de Luna
Large Corner Lot in prime lo-
cation $550,000
MLS:295784
Santa Rosa Villas Estates
Lot 7 Calle Marbella, Gulf
View Gated Subdivision
$545,000 MLS:290526
Navarre Bay Front Lot
8052 Sleepy Bay Blvd. Priced
at $350,000. MLS: 296513.

Call Conna O'Donovan
Re/Max on the Coast
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cell: 850-232-4001
home: 850-932-1701
office: 850-932-6278
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www.connaodonovan.com

Gulf Breeze Canal Lot. Open
to the Sound. Good Schools.
Close to shopping, golfing,
and boat launch. Owner fi-
nancing. Reduced to
$300,000. 850-932-8512

East Pensacola Heights
Townhouse 2 bed/ 2 bath
fenced backyard $154,900
Jeremy Johnson, Island Re-
alty 850-377-3145

Two Bedroom Pensacola
Beach house. 304 Via de
Luna. Updated interior. Roof
top deck. $499,000 Jeremy
Johnson, Island Realty. 850-
377-3145


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


Vacation Rental. 2BR/2BA
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View from all rooms.
VRBO.com/95159 or call 850-
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Mention VRBA #95159 for dis-
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Gulf Side Condo Annual
Lease, Regency Cabanas -
Pensacola Beach. 2 Bedroom/
2.5 bath furnished
Available Now $1800/month
Call Realty Marts International
850-932-5376

Annual Lease in Navarre on
East Bay, 3600 sf 5 bedroom/
3 bath located in Robledal Es-
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carpet. Lawn maintenance in-
cluded. $2200/month Available
now. Call Joanne Faddis @ Re-
alty Marts International 850-
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Real Estate For Sale

Contemporary Island Home
Gated Community with pool
and pier. Unobstructed Gulf
front views. 3BR/2BA. 2400 sf.
JeremyJohnson, Island Realty
850-377-3145


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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

Paddlers Needed for Bathtub
Races. No experience neces-
sary. Call Sandy at 932-1500


Cleaning

Capable, Bonded, Licensed
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office. Please call 850-490-
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appointment.

End of Summer Special
It's time to freshen up your bed-
room. Comforter Cleaning Ser-
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