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Island Times Volume VII, Number 12 Pensacola Beach, Florida October 4, 2011 performing live on Flounders BeachA BLAST FROM THE PAST The Producers appeared on the music scene in the 80s. Skyrocketing to fame in 1981, they performed 340 shows in fourteen months. They charmed the entire world on MTVs New Years Rockin Eve in 1982. For decades, the band was immensely popular; and, on Friday, October 7 fans will have another chance to get caught up in the Photo Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment

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PAGE 2 Island Times October 4, 2011 Published every other Tuesday SHELLEY W. JOHNSON, PUBLISHER islandtimes@bellsouth.net www.MyIslandTimes.comNo portion of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Island Times from time to they have are still very also be made to a memorial to the The Producers: Van Temple, vocals and guitar; Kyle Henderson, vocals and bass; Wayne Famous, vocals and keyboard; Bryan Holmes, vocals and drums.Music Fills Island Stages The Producers Record Live CD At Flounders Beach Assumptions: Issues: Advocates Host Double Taxation Forum At Annual Meeting

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Island Times PAGE 3Barefoot on the BeachBy Jane Waters Cooper October 4, 2011 Our latitude will change your attitude Lunch Specials MonFri 11-2 Dinner Specials NightlyCATCH IT ALL! Oysters Fresh Gulf SeafoodOPEN EVERYDAY Waterfront Dining Live Music Gift Shop Kids Playground#2 Via de Luna 934-3660Sports in Hi Def40 TVs 8 Big Screens 934-3660 WINGS45Every Thursdayc Monday Cajun Nite Tuesday Surf and Turf Wed Mexican Madness Specials Tues: of Wine Wed: Specials Thurs: Specials Tuesday Surf and Turf Tuesday Surf and Turf Wed Mexican Madness Wed Mexican Madness All Sports Always On Whats in a name? Just about everything. Right now, the main topic of conversation around our family dining tables in various parts of the country is helping select a name for the little boy Rachael and Jeremy are expecting this winter. None of us was asked to provide this service. We are just doing it because, well, we WANT TO. We are well aware that Rachael and Jeremy have a long list of names from which they for their son. That does not stop any of us from putting our two cents into the mix. Aunt Candy says the name is Remington and that is what she is calling him now and forever. Grandmother Shelley and Great Grandmother Jane are casting two votes for Barrett because Elizabeth Barrett Browning, the famous British poet was somehow related to my grandmothers family. Now entering the picture is Harry J. Hewson The Fourth. Thats right. The Fourth. You cant call him Trey or Trip. Those endearing names are reserved for the Third. We called our almost fourteen-year-old grandson Little Harry until we realized he is We have called him a variety of names like Har, H-Boy, and Four. His mom calls him Har. Needless to say, his input became valuable. Now we have gravitated to calling him McFlye. McFlye was the name of the main character in the Back to Harry just perfectly. Most of the time, I call him must make him cringe. However, I think it is better than the name he chose for new Sweet Boy Johnson and himself. He to name him Beavis, and I will be known as Uncle Butthead. When we reminded him that he was a second cousin, he shook it off. I know that it is popular right now to name newborns after the place where they live. That may be all right in Madison, Wisconsin, but somehow, Gulf Breeze Johnson didnt really ring a bell. Pensacola Beach Rachael likes the sound of the name Banks Johnson. Her dad, her brother, and her brothers little boy are all named Banks. Then there is Candys husband, Uncle Ralph. He had hoped they would have a little girl, so he would probably name her Priscilla or Marianne. Nice names but they would probably cause a serious pile up of problems for a gentleman who bore the name. In fact, Ill admit I used to get letters addressed to Mr. Jane Waters. How many guys do you know that are named Jane? Frank has never entered into this game of surmisal and chance which we are now pursuing. He thinks we are a bunch of ding bats who are invading the privacy of the soon-to-beparents. Guess Ill just send him back to reading his boat books and magazines. After all, he and I named our boat, The Cabernet, without a moments hesitation. One last item, grandparents are no longer called Grandma and Grandpa. Frequently, they get creative designations from their very own grandchildren before they can really talk. I remember that my sisters grandchildren called their granddad Shelleys sisters, the ever solicitous aunts have already given her a name. It will be Shoux-Nanna. Thats long for Nanna. I will remain Woo. Thats a name a new citizen can handle. Just ask Jeremy who invented it because he could not pronounce all of Woodstock, a name my children called me because I reminded them of the little bird that hangs out with Snoopy. Its such an easy word to say even to someone unaccustomed to saying much of anything. I would not be surprised if Remington Barrett said Woo before he said mama and papa. Meetings Krewe of Wrecks Events Be sure to visit the Krewe of Wrecks Founders Bench at Flounders

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PAGE 4 Island Times October 4, 2011 T?? ? ??? ? ? ? ? ? ?rivia PEOPLE Picture Yourself in Paradise! Scary Fun On Stage Friday October 7 Posi Tones Sunday October 9 Skyla Burrell Friday Sunday October 14-16 DeLuna Fest Special Guest Playing in Paradise Tuesday October 18 Motor City Josh & The Big 3 Wednesday Oct 19 John Nemeth Friday October 21 Sauce Boss SundayOctober 23 Jazz & The Honey Island Swamp Band Monday October 24 All Star Jam! Thursday October 28 Col. Bruce Hampton Sunday Monday October 30 31 30 x 90 HALLOWEEN PARTY paradisebar-grill.com Halloween PartyDance to the tunes of 30 x 90 All female band from NOLA. Costume Contest Grand Prize, Weekend Stay during Mardi Gras Weekend.OCTOBER 31 Be a SportFootballCollege & Pro Game time specials Saints Fans WelcomePokerTexas Hold Em Wed Nites Know when to hold em Beach BarTop TenBeach Bar in FloridaOpen AirFull Service BarDress CodeCome as you are by boat, bike or car. Great FoodLocals love it. Try Fred Burgers or Renees Famous Shrimp Salad. Served in the waterfront dining area. Sauce Boss Annual American Legion Post 379 Putt Putt Golf Outing October 8 10 a.m.Tiki Island Golf and GamesCorrect answers to last issues question came from a crowd of longtime players, newcomers, sometime participants, and from the Knights of the Roundtable. First to hit the wire in this melee of answers was Dan McGrath. He won the shirt, the bragging rights and the prestige of joining the ranks of the chosen few. Wear your shirt when you go out in crowds, Dan. People will respect you. Maybe, someone will even buy you a beer. The Trivia Master was looking for the middle name of President Barrack Obama. Hussein was the answer. The funniest correct answer came from Lady Kim Schmitz of the Roundtable. She emailed, Who Sane. Good one, Kim. Nipping at the heels of the winner was Sir Offshore Chuck Brower, who got it right, even spelled correctly. And the Duchess of the Dunes, also affectionately known as the Queen of Wrong Answers, sent the right answer on her secwas Mohammed. Beach School mom Diana Harvey and Womans Clubber Kathy Cristoff also knew and emailed the right answer. Jean Grabowski Luke, former Montessori School teacher and perhaps more famous for her championship runs in 5K events, knew the answer, and of course, she spelled it correctly. It was just a tad too late to win. Wendy Brandon told the Trivia Master this was an easy one. However, she said she was not Muslim so she wasnt sure of the spelling. She sent two spellings. Both were close. One was correct. Do you remember the doughnut shop Wendy and her commercial pilot husband owned in Gulf Breeze? And arriving a little late to try for the Trivia Championship came right answers from Rick Sheehy and Greg Garcia. Are you ready to win the designer t-shirt? The concert season begins this month on the Beach. The Trivia Master is focusing on music. What is the name of the all girl band from New Orleans that is currently so popular with the beach population? Email your answer to islandtimes@bellsouth.net with Trivia in the subject line. Be sure to include your name and phone number. The deadline to answer is October 11. Good luck! For years, Danah Gibson made gals glamorous and guys presentable, in her hair salon on Pensacola Beach. Two hurricanes washed through Danahs Hair Studio, so she moved the business permanently to Gulf Breeze, but her heart and soul remained on Pensacola Beach. Danah, who with her sister Gwen, is the driving force behind the Krewe of Naugas Champagne Breakfast and Native Noontime Ball, makes sure that the Humane Society receives a hefty donation from the partying krewe. Danah is always looking out for her friends, even the furry ones. Now, it is time for her friends, Naugas and beach family to reach out to help Danah. A stroke has temporarily sidelined Danah and she is unable to work, so an account has been established at Suntrust Bank, 3301 Gulf Breeze Pkwy. to help defray some of her medical costs. Donations can be made to Dollars 4 Danah. There is a large get well card for donors to sign at the bank. Checks can also be dropped off at Bordelon Law Firm or Tiki Jakes in Gulf Breeze and Island Style Gift Shop on Pensacola Beach.Account Established For Friends To HelpMAYOR MONEYWho knew it would be your civic duty on the Beach to Buy The Mayor A Drink? The program, which was the idea of Beach resident John Merting, is a School. A beautiful wooden box, located in one of Mayor Bob Sandshaker Lounge, is the collection site for the donations. Mayor sentation of $1,234 to the Beach School officials on September 18. More to come, according to the Mayor. IRON ROTHFEDERLocal triathlete and real estate developer Andrew Rothfeder trains with the Mere Mortals on Pensacola Beach. He did not compete in the Santa Rosa Island Triathlon, admittedly one of his favorite events, because he was jetting off to Hawaii for the October 8 Ironman Triathlon in Kona. Ironman consists of a 2.4 mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2 mile run. Good luck Andrew. SORORITY GIRLPensacola Beach resident Mary Ann Claus keeps up with her Delta Gamma sorority sisters through the local and national alumni groups. She attended the centennial anniversary of her sorority house at Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio. Knowing that once upon a time, her Delta Gamma sisters could stay up all night, she has enlisted them to do just that while raising funds for the American Cancer Society. Mary says to look for Team DG at the 24-hour Relay for Life to be held this spring on Pensacola Beach. MAGICAL PLACESBeach residents have been vacationing in kingdoms and isles over the last months. Maria Weisnicht, who is instrumental in Pensacolas Greek Festival each year, returned to the Beach on September 24 after visiting Greece. Ask to see her photos of the exotic vacation. Photos should be arriving soon from professional photographer Harry Purcell, who along with wife Judi, visited the Kingdom of Bhutan. Judi and Harry are Pensacola Beach Advocates members. RICKS RECORDRick Gordon, who works diligently year round to present the Miracle Strip Corvette Clubs Lifes a Vette on the Beach Show has set a new record. The show, held on September 17, blossomed to 182 entries from 8 states. Included in the record setting event numbers was a large contingent who roared into town from Arkansas this year. According to Rick, they loved the beach and will be back. Rick and his wife Susi live at Palm Beach Club on Pensacola Beach. FLOUNDER AROUNDIf you worked at Flounders in the 1980s, come to The Producers concert on October 7. Its going to be a blast from the past, and the informal reunion has already started to gain momentum. Will you be there? Joint Meeting Santa Rosa Island Authority & Escambia County Commission County Commission Chambers

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PAGE 5 Island Times October 4, 2011 850-723-6142 Pensacola Beach Marina Sailing/snorkeling trips from $45! Santa Rosa Island Authority members have gone deadly serious. They are turning over stones which have covered their worth to Escambia County for years. And the news is mind boggling. The Board, at their special meeting on September 28, began an in-depth study of the actual dollar amount the island supplies to the Countys coffers. Ed Guernsey, chairman, asked his Board How much money does Escambia County receive right now directly from activity on Pensacola Beach? He answered his question with a presentation which included: History starting with the and collect revenues, operate public facilities, adopt and enforce rules, advertise the island that is our purpose. Departments of the SRIA Administration, Public Safety, Marketing, Developmental Services, Public Facilities and Finance. These are the departments which ensure the current level of services. I dont think you can function at this level without them. Emergency Preparedness how to prepare, when you can return to the island. Events, Promotions and Advertising bringing people to Pensacola and ensure that they stay here. Environmental Management, Restoration and Programs Island Development ance, land use plans Public Safety Protecting the beaches with the greatest lifeguards in the country Bob Sikes Toll Facility management and maintenance Parks and Recreation clean beaches, safe, enjoyable recreation Money The actual dollar amount sent to the County annually is include any intrinsic amount such as the $6 million that the County does not have to spend to take care of the island. from the Beach to the County years because of tourism, business and residents of the beach. This was surprise to me. That is real dollars, not economic impact, Guernsey said. Board members began to add other items which the Beach provides. Member Vernon Prather said, There is no telling the amount of maintenance funds we bathrooms clean; public facilities and parking are paid for by lease fees. He continued, It must be recognized by this Board and others that the micro economy on Pensacola Beach will be rewritten if we change from lease will be a change. I want this Board to recognize this is serious business. The Board, also, developed a motion to take to the County follows: To ask the County to paid on the land be retained in escrow, then pending the outcome back to the Beach. There should be a refund of either lease fees then the lease fees should be returned to the leaseholders. If the law rules in favor of the leasebe returned to the leaseholders. The Board also determined a actual value of Pensacola Beach to the County. Ed Guernsey would like to engage Dr. Rick dollar amount actually is. The Board tasked staff with creating a scope of work for the study and requested that Harper be invited to the October 12 Full Board meeting to further discuss the topic. pert be employed to create a plan The Board will discuss that idea at the October 26 meeting. In the meantime, Guernsey will take the facts as developed president of the Pensacola Beach Advocates, to the October 4 Meeting. Dave Pavlock ended the meeting by repeating a quote from Karl Boyles, SRIA Chairman in the 1980s. He said, If the would be no different from Dothan, Alabama. In other business, the Board adopted the SRIA Fee Simple Title Resolution, in support of the Congressional request to remove the restriction to conveying title. To see a complete copy of the SRIA presentation, go to www. MyIslandTimes.com.Stunning Facts Reveal How Many Dollars Flow From Beach To County

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PAGE 6 Island Times October 4, 2011 by Kathi Lewis peas, porridge & a dry martini Marias Fresh Seafood MarketTake a little bit of the Gulf Coast home! Fresh from the boats daily We can cold pack for travel or ship anywhere. 621 Cervantes Street Call for directions from the Beach 850-261-2462Owner Peggy Henshall is ready to keep you in stitches!www.CajunStitchery.com CajunStitchery@yahoo.comnames, logos, custom artsmall or large quantities Ready to Wrock and Wroll with the Wrecks? full schedule available at www.PensacolaBeachMardiGras.com native cafeowned & operated by friendly natives!Locals say are the best! Go Native Daily 7:30 AM to 3 PM $ 3 99 10 %BRING IN COUPON TO RECEIVE A WATCH BATTERY FOR ONLY......BRING IN COUPON TO RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL PAID FOR YOUR GOLD SOLD TO US OVER $200Can you believe that I was asked to serve as a judge in the Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival Jack Daniels Competition at the Taste of the Beach this year? Me neither! When asked my mouth answered with a resounding, yes so fast my brain was still registering the fact that I had not sipped Jack Daniels in over 30 years. There is a very good reason for that; maybe more than one reason. But you wont be reading about that any time in this column, trust me. I believe it was another case of embryonic brain cell reception that caused my affirmative answer. These leftover brain cells have fooled me more than once and usually cause bodily harm. After confirming my appointment as a judge, I did wonder if the promoters really knew what they were getting into. If not, they would find out soon enough. I found out that we would taste ten drinks. Then I got really nervous. I wasnt about to back out, of course, I just wondered what they would do should one of the five judges falls off her chair? I was really glad we had chairs. This event was scheduled to take place at the beginning of my volunteer work shift in the beverage (sodas) tent from which I would be excused for the length of the competition. However I was expected to return and complete my shift. Really? After drinking ten Jack Daniels cocktails? Okay we really werent required to drink a full glass of each recipe entered. But, it was hot and some of those drinks were pretty tasty and I really, really wanted to give a fair and honest opinion. I have to admit I was quite proud of myself. I, at least, managed to hold my own. I was in some pretty distinguished company with the other four judges Rick Gordon, Becky Shearman, Jim Cox and Tom Campanella. And the most important thing was that I did not embarrass the Sisters of the Beach, whom I was representing. Luckily it was Jack Daniels and not Champagnethats a whole nother story. America, actually our Island paradise) really is the Land of Opportunity! Im pretty sure theres not another place in the entire world that would allow me to be a Queen and a Judge in the same lifetime. When opportunity knocks, you just gotta put on that tiara and drink some Jack Daniels. Before you know it, well be putting on some purple, green and gold Halloween stuff to celebrate the beginning of the Krewe of Wrecks Monday night meetings. Before that, its the American Legions Annual Putt-Putt Tournament, the Texas Hold Em Poker Tournament, The Producers playing at Flounders and Im running out of room on my calendar! Still we have to squeeze in krewe meetings, birthday parties, baby showers and Wednesday Mental Health Night (which is how I survive the rest). But first, I gotta say a big Happy Birthday to grandson Jesiah and SOB Lynn Cieutat who shared the same day on September 29. They reached the respectable ages of 11 and 39.95 respectively. In the meantime we all need to eat. This weeks recipe is one that your kids will love and Ive got some picky eaters around here. Its quick, easy and the kids can help. Its a proven fact that children enjoy eating meals that they can help prepare. So, lets cook..Crunchy Chicken Tenders2/3 Cup mayonnaise 2 Tbsp. milk 2 Tsp. onion powder 2 Tsp. dry mustard 1 Cup butter cracker crumbs, about 23 Ritz crackers 1 Tsp. fresh rosemary 14 16 oz. chicken tenders, patted dryPreheat oven to 425 degrees and grease a baking sheet. Combine the mayonnaise, milk, onion powder and dry mustard, mixing well. Put crackers in plastic zip-lock for easy crumbling (kids love this part). Dip the chicken tenders in the mayonnaise mixture then coat with cracker crumbs. Arrange on baking sheet and bake, turning once half-way through baking, until the chicken is cooked through (12-15 minutes). Enjoy, share and dont forget to dance! See ya in the kitchen.. The panel of distinguished judges included (L to R): Rick Gordon, Corvette Show Coordinator; Becky Shearman, Honorary Mayor of Pensacola Beach; Jim Cox, PBA President; Kathi Lewis, Sisters of the Beach, and Dr. Thomas Campanella, elected member of the Santa Rosa Island Authority Board. The Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival is sponsored by Jack Daniels and each year a signature drink contest is held during Taste of the Beach. Margaritaville bartenders won with their Bit OHoney entry. It was the featured drink during the Songwriters Festival which concluded October 2. Lighted Boat ParadeDecember 9 at 7 p.m.Surfing Santa ParadeDecember 11 at 2 p.m.

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Island TimesPAGE 7 October 4, 2011By Rev. Dr. Tom Garrison Pensacola Beach Community ChurchCross in the Sand A Jennifer Byrom, P.A. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Toll Free: 877-889-8822 5177 Elmira Street Milton Facing the Courthouse916-9000 Shipping & Packaging Services Prntng & Document Finishng Services Notary Services Packaging & Moving Supplies 362 Gulf Breeze Parkway Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 Sunday ServicesWorship by the Water, 9 AM Flounders Beach Gulf Breeze United www.gbumc.org AM Avenida 18 /Via De Luna www.stanngulfbreeze.org AM Avenida 18 /Via de Luna www.thebeachchurch.com850-206-3156 Joe Stukey www.ycpals.com joe@ycpals.com Hiking & Backpacking Snow Ski Apparel Rock Climbing Gear, Ropes & Shoes Indoor Rock Climbing Wallwww.weatherfords.net Mens and Womens Casual & Outdoor Clothing Mission 1, is the United Church of Christ's nationwide eleven-day campaign in early November to feed the hungry and confront food-related injustice. Pensacola Beach Church has already started collecting food for the needs around us. Even though this is a church-wide appeal to raise awareness and collect food for those in need, we will be gathering food for the local food banks and soup kitchens. The devastating reports that most of our food banks in Pensacola and the surrounding area are desperately low on most food items has made us more aware than ever of the communitys needs. Our church is spearheading Mission 1, and we have already received commitments for other local organizations that will join with us in this effort. We would like to encourage anyone willing to donate food or money for food to let us know. Our target date is November 11 and we plan to collect 11 tons of food. I know with such a loving community we will not only meet, but also surpass our goal. There are several ways you may help: 1. Drop o ff food goods at Pensacola Beach Church, or Pensacola Beach Fire Station. 2. Come b y the Church and pick up a list of the foods needed. 3. You ma y chose to buy in bulk for items like beans or rice. These items will be given to the Food Kitchens. 4. Give a monetary donation for any amount. Make check payable to Pensacola Beach Church earmarked for Mission 1 Food Drive. Our goal is ambitious but it can easily be reached if we work together to provide for those without the necessary daily food. Remember Jesus was a champion of the poor and we are doing our best to be that also. May God bless our efforts. Members of the Tourist Development Council came out swinging at their September 20 meeting. In response to the Pensacola News Journal s story about the possibility of violations of the Sunshine Law among other accusations, TDC Chairman Denis McKinnon said they simply were not true. The facts were not correctly portrayed. There was no secrecy; nor Sunshine Law violation, McKinnon said. Council Member and County Commissioner Grover Robinson contested in writing what others had attributed to him, I have been shocked that the New Journal responded with printing their comments, which are at best speculation and at worst malicious lies. The Commissioner submitted his written copy of a tourism plan which he said was the only valid statement of his ideas. He concluded his presentation saying at that time, anything contrarily attributed to Grover Robinson is false, erroneous and maliciously misleading. The TDC is composed of a group of volunteers who are responsible for the distribution of the bed tax, a four cent tax levied on accommodations. Currently, $2 million of the bed tax goes to the support of the Civic Center and the remainder is awarded to various tourism groups. In July of this year, the bed tax generated on Pensacola Beach amounted to $581,193. That was fifty percent of the total going to the County. Pensacola Beach does not receive a direct allocation. Commissioner Robinson, in his plan, suggested that the TDC continue the Civic Center funda way to remove TDC funding. Originally, the bed tax was to fund the shortfall at the Civic Center for a total of ten years. That time segment has now extended into 25 years. To see the complete plan, go to www. MyIslandTimes.com. During the business portion of the meeting, Council Member Shirley Cronley made a motion to request that the Escambia County Commission fund a study to address what is the marketing arm for the community and what is the governance of the entity. The motion passed. Nancy Halford, who recently stepped down from the Council after 17 years of service, thanked the group. This is a very difficult volunteer job, she said. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve because tourism is my passion. Gregory Jones will replace Halford on the Council. He is a former New Yorker who has lived in Florida for ten years. He resides and works on Perdido Key. Members of the Council in addition to McKinnon, Robinson, Cronley and Jones are: Nan Harper, Pensacola Beach, Larry Johnson and Dr. PC Wu, City Councilmen; Nash Patel, and Theisa Givens. The TDC meets next at the Civic Center on October 11. Time to be announced. Council Member Says PNJ Story Contains Malicious LiesChocolate lovers arise! Gulf Breeze Hospital Gift Boutique's ing is set for Monday, October 10 in the hospital lobby and gift shop. The event begins at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited. There is no cost, and no reservation needed. The new holiday items will be in stock in our Gift Boutique, said Jan Peterson. Just in time to begin your holiday shopping. Homemade chocolate items will be offered for tasting. The recipes will be available for each chocolate creation. Gulf Breeze Hospital is located at 1110 Gulf Breeze Pkwy. For more information, call 850-934-2183. Preview at Gulf Breeze Hospital BoutiqueGulf Breeze United Methodist Kids Choirs are accepting new members ages kindergarten through fifth grade. The Kidz of Praise choirs are singing and ringing and having a ball. Its not too late to register for childrens choir, praise choir, drama, and hand bells. Gulf Breeze Elementary students can ride bus 706 to choir. The choirs practice at the Fairpoint Drive Campus. For more info contact the Music Department at 850-932-3594.

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PAGE 8 Island Times The School Bell Rings Beach Krewe News where to be when and what to do when you get therepensacolabeachmardigras.com LIVING BRINGS IT IN. WE TAKE IT OUT.Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner Steam Clean Free Pickup & Delivery Service www.x-clean.com CLEANERS15 % Off Gulf Breeze ...celebrating 50 years... a beautiful city with beautiful people! I am honored to have served Gulf Breeze as a Mary Kay Sales Director for 25 years. First Mary Kay Sales Director in Gulf Breeze First to earn a Mary Kay car in Gulf Breeze Susan Haselton-Kelley 850-934-3865 850-261-3878 stocked to the rafters with Halloween items! Blue Sky Gift Shoppe stocked to the BooM-F 10-6 Sat 9-6SWEET AS PIE The Pensacola Beach Elementary School board has set a fundraising goal of $35,000. Donations, which will balance the charter schools budget, can be made online at www. pbes.org or by mailing a check to the Beach School at 900 Via De Luna, Pensacola Beach, FL 32561. Donors names are prominently displayed on campus. Deadline to donate is May 2012. SING TO ME The Pensacola Beach Songwriters returned to the Beach School last week. Students penned words to a song in September 2010, which the performers set to music and presented to the student body on Sept. 29. Students put down their pens, and picked up a putter in the Songwriters version of a Pro-Am Putt Putt Tourney, Sept. 30. This is the second year the students were paired with the famous musicians. BLUE SKIES have been hard at work taking science FCAT pre-tests. They will learn a few lessons about Angels practice show and visit to the Naval Aviation Museum. According to Pitts, this is one of the year. SAY NO TO DRUGS The Gulf Breeze Middle School PTO will host a Drug Awareness Program for parents on Monday, October 17 at 6 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The program will feature Dr. Nicole Barrineau who will be speaking to the students in all three middle school grades about drug awareness on October 21. All parents who have children in elementary, middle or high school are invited and encouraged to attend. The parent program is also open to community members. TAKING AIM Joy McLaurine serves as the third grade classroom teacher and also teaches fourth grade science. She has instituted the AIMS Program at Pensacola Beach Elementary. The program, which is for activities integrating math and science was founded in California at approach which now includes science, math, language arts, and social studies, offers a curriculum integrating all fields together in classroom materials and activities. BUTT OUT Floridas Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) kicked off the new school year by introducing new members for its Youth Advisory Board. Addie Benz, a junior at Gulf Breeze High School, was elected to serve as chair for Santa Rosa County. Benz joined SWAT as a seventh grader at Gulf Breeze Middle School and is very active in her school club. As one of only 12 exceptional youth elected to the board,. Benz will represent the region which includes 18 county SWAT chapters. The mission of SWAT is to mobilize, educate and equip Florida youth to revolt against and de-glamorize the use of tobacco. They are a united movement of empowered youth working towards a tobacco-free future. Through their efforts, they will shape tobacco-free norms, making tobacco less desirable, less acceptable and less accessible. The Youth Advocacy Board works in collaboration with the Florida Department of Healths Bureau of Tobacco Prevention Program and Tobacco Free Florida to determine the direction and scope of both the SWAT organization and the youth tobacco prevention component of the statewide media campaign. READY FOR ACTION The Pensacola Beach Elementary School PTA is under the direction of President Jill Johnson. Karen McCurdy and Carla Seeker are Co-Vice Presidents;Deborah Buchalter, Secretary, Annette Faircloth is the Treasurer. PTA meetings month, at 5:30 p.m. at the Beach School. Membership is open to everyone at $7; and is payable FALL FUN Games, pumpkins, food and fun were all on the agenda at the Beach Schools Fall Festival Committee. The event is set for Friday, October 28 from 5-8 p.m. on campus. UPDATES ONLINE If you need current information or wish to make a donation to the Beach School, log on to www.pbes.org. It has everything from history to handbooks. According to PTA President Jill Johnson, it is a wonderful tool and continues to be updated. MARK THIS DATE October 24 Teacher Planning Day October 28 Fall Festival October 31 First report cards November 2 Early Release Day November 11 Veterans Day Holiday November 21-25 Fall Break

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PAGE 9 Island Times October 4, 2011 GOLD AND SILVER PRICES ARE NOW AT ALL TIME HIGHS!! SILVERWe are paying top prices for anything made of silver STERLING & COIN SILVER WE WILL TEST IT FOR SILVER QUALITY. COINSAMERICAN & FOREIGN GOLD, SILVER PLATINUM, BULLION BARS, COIN COLLECTIONS, CARSON CITY SILVER DOLLARS, MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS, PRE 1964 SILVER COINS ATTENTION! DO NOT CLEAN COINS, YOU MAY RUIN THE VALUE!SCRAP: GOLD SILVER & PLATINUMBROKEN CHAINS, BRACELETS, RINGS, CHARMS, MONOGRAMME JEWELRY, AWARD PINS,BROOCHES, PENDANT MOUNTINGS, PENDANT SETTINGS,DENTAL GOLD: CROWNS, PARTIALS, ELECTRICAL CONTACT POINTS, CIGARETTE LIGHTERS, FOUNTAIN PENS, INDUSTRIAL GOLD SWEEPS, LABORATORY CRUCIBLESIMPORTANT WE CAN TEST METALS FOR VALUE. Pensacola Beach Chamber members were in high spirits as they shared the successes of summer and looked at the calendar of upcoming events during their September 27 monthly meeting. The meeting was hosted at the Pensacola Beach Church Fellowship Hall. Trudy Romjue, whose advertising agency represents the Chamber, announced that 2.4 million new viewers saw the Taste of the Beach advertising online which created 2,400 new visits to the Chambers website. Taste of the Beach was very successful, said Chamber Event Chairman Beverly Campbell of the Sandshaker. Get ready for our shoulder season. Its going to be busy. Campbell added that Shakerfest, which was hosted Sept. 1718, will expand their charitable efforts next year with a Silent Auction. The event made a $926 donation to the Beach Chamber from the proceeds of the Shaker Queen competition. Membership Chairman Karen Cook Cowen welcomed the newest member, Humana, to the Chamber. She noted that the Chamber now has 130 members. Amy Martin, proprietor of Crabs We Got Em and Flounders has been appointed to serve on the Board of Directors. She will begin her term in October according to President Shelley Johnson. In her report Johnson updated the membership on the boards discussion about the future of the Visitors Information Center and promotions on the island in the event lease fees go away. She encouraged the members to attend the October 4 County Commission and SRIA meeting. Nan Harper of Island Realty gave the meeting an international flair announcing that Mayor Antonio Campos of Pensacolas Spanish Sister City, Macharaviaya, would be in town October 5-9. It is such an honor to have him visit as it adds educational, historic and economic opportunities for our two cities, said Harper. Hopefully, the Mayor and his delegation will stay on Pensacola Beach. The rooms were all booked up because of the busy October events calendar. During the Roundtable discussion the following events were discussed: Santa Rosa Island Authority and County Commission Joint Meeting, October 4, 4:30 p.m., Commission Chambers, 221 Palafox Place, open to the public. Bands on the Beach, October 4, 11, 25, Casino Beach, 7-9 p.m. Open to the public. Beach Church Bingo, October 6, 6:30 p.m., Beach Church, open to the public. First Friday, October 7, 4-7 p.m. Portofino Boardwalk, open to the public. Pensacola Beach Advocates Annual Meeting and Taxation Public Forum, October 10, 5:30 p.m., Pensacola Beach Community Church, open to the public. In Hot Pursuit 5K Run, October 15, 8 a.m. Casino Beach Bras Across The Bridge, October 22, 7 a.m. Quietwater Amphitheatre, Charity event, Millions View Chamber Ad Online, October Calendar Jam Packed open to the public. Fall Festival, October 30, 2 6 p.m. Beach Church, open to the public Halloween Fest, October 30, Portofino Boardwalk, 3 6 p.m., childrens Halloween event, open to the public. The next Chamber meeting will be Tuesday, October 25 at 8:30 a.m. at Days Inn. For information about Chamber events or membership, go to www.pensacolabeachchamber. com or call Director Maureen LaMar at 850-932-1500. check out the photo gallery at www.myislandtimes.com

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PAGE 10 Island Times October 4, 2011 Commercial & Residential Appraisal, Consulting & Sales 103 Baybridge Dr. Gulf Breeze, FL 850-934-1797 gdanielgreen.com G. Daniel Green, MAI, SRA State-Cert. Gen. REA #RZ836 Real Estate Broker #BK176669 LindaMurphyRealtor@bellsouth.netis ready to assist you at 850-748-0865 LINDA TAYLOR MURPHYREALTOR Call Dennis Remesch850-384-7607 www.denrem.com denrem@denrem.com Ready To Buy? Homes for Sale GULF BREEZE 2/2 $149,900 2/2 $119,900 3/2 $104,900 more listings at denrem.com Stunning on Santa Rosa Sound. Your own beach with 1.73 acres. Build your dream home. $300,000. Owner will divide. Check out my other residential lot listings in Gulf Breeze Featured Listing Waterfront Lot Gulf Breeze 850-932-2323Climate & Non Climate Control Self Storage Ask about our specials for Island Times readers ADVANTAGE Under Contract: 35 Condos Paradise is just a phone call away... 850-932-0067 866-749-3732 www.paradisecoastalrealty.comPensacola Beach Real Estate Sales and Transactions update: SOLD Since SEPT 2Card sharps and rookie players will pull up a chair at the felt topped Texas Hold Em 4444 Fun poker tables, Saturday, October 8 at 2 p.m. at The Dock on Pensacola Beach. Celebration 4444 Education, a charity poker Beach Elementary Schools Music Department. The game is open to anyone over 21. No previous poker experience is required. Rookie players and those who need a refresher course can show up for the free instructional class which begins thirty minutes prior to the Tourney. Hopeful players will face off with local poker icons like Tex Atkinson, Terri McKamey, and Phil Tracy. This is all for fun, said Texas Hold Em 4444 Fun owner Rick Uzdevenes. We want you to come and play. Dont worry about being a poker star, our dealers are instructed to give you help when you need it. We have had new giving the stars a run for their chips. 2 p.m. with a break each hour. Players are asked to make a $20 donation and additional donations for those who want to increase their chip stack. The event began in 2007 with dozens of players signing up to vie for prizes. This year, as always, there will be awards for anyone who has four 4s in his hand, and those who make it to 4444 Education Champion will be given a custom carved trophy, sponsored by Island Times and Wheelock Gallery. This years first prize is somewhat of a show piece, said Jeff Wheelock, the artist who created the trophy. Proceeds from the event are earmarked for the Beach School Music Department. The charter school, which receives no funding from Escambia County, is funded by a stipend from the State and relies on contributions to operate. It is a nationally recognized elementary school and maintains a high ranking among the state education system. The students perform in a number of productions during the school year including the Holiday Musical Program at Our Lady of the Assumption during December. Mary Holway is the music teacher. The lyrical sounds of shuffling cards and clinking poker chips will translate into an afternoon of fun competition and a good donation to the School, said Uzdevenes. The Dock will offer drink specials during the game. Food and snacks are available. For more information, call the Poker Hotline at 850324-2667.Card Players Gather For Hold Em TourneySpend a couple of hours putting around with your friends, and youll bring some Christmas joy to area veterans. The Pensacola Beach American Legion Putt Putt Tourney is set for Saturday, October 8 at Tiki Island Golf and Games. Checkin begins at 10 a.m. Play begins at 11 a.m. We usually will have 18 can accommodate more, said Jeff Goudey, who directs this event for the Beach Legion Post 379. Its a shotgun start and takes about two hours to complete the eighteen holes. Players can sign up in teams of four or individually. The entry fee is $10 per person. Registration is open until 11 a.m. Each player is given two tickets to redeem for beverages. This is a family friendly event open to all ages, said Goudey. Parents are encouraged to bring their children and enjoy the morning. There are a variety of prizes to win. The best players will place cash prizes. If you are Hole-In-One, you may earn the $100 prize. There will be a grand prize basket full of gifts The event also offers a 50/50 Drawing. The proceeds from this event support Legion Charities. According to Goudey, the Beach Legion seeks out veterans who are living in local nursing homes. They coordinate with the nursing staff to get a list of basic items which are needed. The Beach Legion members shop for the supplies and deliver them at Christmastime. We sometimes budget as much as $1000 per veteran based on their needs, said Goudey. It is important to know, they are not forgotten. Donations for this program are accepted at the Putt Putt Tourney, where a donation jar is available or by mail at P.O. Box 1163, Gulf Breeze, Florida 32562.Tee It Up At Legion Putt Putt

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PAGE 11 Island Times October 4, 2011uzz......B Business The Dream is so AffordableWith prices at or below pre-construction costs, there has never been a better time than now to Own the Lifestyle! 8 V A PortofinoOPENHOUSEDAILY9 AM 5:30 PMBeach ClubOPENHOUSEDAILY9 AM 5:30 PM 1 0 P O O D www.resortrealtylife.com lLevin &Rinke Resort Realty, Inc Stop by one of our onsite offices for a tour today! ARE YOU READY?We understand your insurance needs!850-623-8092CALL DENISE TAYLOR TODAY FOR A QUOTE family owned and operated independent insurance agency Life, Business Auto & Motorcycle Commercial Vehicle Homeowners & Flood ATTEND THIS MEETINGThe way business is conducted on Pensacola Beach may forever be changed by the collection of ad valorem taxes. It jeopardizes the existence of the SRIA who have provided stewardship of the island for 60 years. The County Commission and the SRIA will meet, October 4 at 4:30 p.m. in their Commission Chambers to discuss these topics. Attendance is encouraged. GET A LIFTMark and Scott Humbaugh of Humbaugh Lift Company attended the National Association of Elevator Contractors Expo in New Orleans. The Humbaugh Lift Company team prides itself in offering its customers with the most reliable and technologically advanced elevator systems in the industry. This Expo is one of many ways they stay tuned into the latest industry developments. IN THE DARKGulf Breeze Chamber will host the Shot in the Dark Night Golf Outing. Its a spook-tacular night of glow-in-the-dark fun at Tiger Point Golf Club, Friday, September 28 starting at 5 p.m. Night Golf is for golfers and non-golfers alike. The course is a combination of nine holes on the east and west courses. Golffrom a new perspective as they are guided by glow sticks marking fairways and holes. For more info, call 850-932-7888.LET THE MUSIC MOVE YOUIf there were a Patron of the Arts award handed out on Pensacola Beach, who would win? The Santa Rosa Island Authority for investing in the Bands on the Beach, Sounds of Summer and the Mothers Day Concert; or the Sandshaker and Paradise for their support of the Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival and DeLuna Fest; or any number of the dozens of the Beach businesses who bring quality entertainment, with no cover charge to the fans. Show your support of island music, and toast the talent. SUNDAY TICKETGary Humphrey says football is on all the time at Paddy OLearys, but if you drop in on Sunday, you can see your favorite NFL teams in full color on the gridiron. Its a friendly little pub in the historic district. RUN FROM THE LAWThe annual In Hot Pursuit 5K is set for October 15 at 8 a.m. at Casino Beach. Proceeds from the race will go to support the Florida Sheriffs Association Youth Ranches. There will be a fun beach course, great prizes, and medals for the winners. Registration is $20 for adults and $15 for children. Day of the race registration is $25. Register online at active.com or download a race form at escambiaso.com. DeLuna Fest organizers are promising a three day beach party featuring seasoned headliners and the hottest in todays mainstream and indie rock scene plus the very best in jazz and blues, October 1416 on Pensacola Beach. Single day passes are $75. Three day weekend passes for all the DeLuna Fest action are available for only $189.95. For the ultimate DeLuna Fest experience, VIP weekend passes are available with amazing perks including premiere viewing areas, complimentary adult beverages, all access to VIP lounges, swimming pools, deckside events, and an exclusive kick off party on October 13. Children under 10 are free to DeLuna Fest with a ticketholding adult. For the line up of bands and schedules, go to www. delunafest.com. DeLuna Fest Promises Hottest Headliners At Cool Beach Party Honey Island Swamp Band from New Orleans will play at this years DeLuna Fest. They also perform their Bayou Americana style of music at Paradise Bar, October 23. The band came together when Aaron Wilkinson (acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals) and Chris Mul (electric guitar, vocals) were marooned in San Francisco after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. After a chance encounter with fellow New Orleans evacuees Sam Price( bass, vocals) and Garland Paul(drums, vocals), and with no prospects of new, so the band was formed. They added Trevor Brooks on Hammond B-3 organ in 2010. Look for them on Pensacola Beach. Group Hosts Psychic FairUnlimited Horizons will host a Psychic Fair, Saturday, October 8 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Quality Inn in Gulf Breeze. The cost to attend is $5 at the door. All services are fee based and vary by Reader. The event closes at 6 p.m. For more details visit www. unlimited-horizons.org

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Sunday Ticket Salesman Obstacle Course Back when I was selling textile chemicals I also had some contact with the leather trade. The garment leather tanners were looking for a soft hand, while the baseball leather tanners wanted a crisp, almost cohesive, hand. In fact we had a product to give leather this characteristic that was an offshoot of a textile softener. We wanted the baseball pitchers to think horsehide when they used baseballs made with our leather when actually the days of horsehide base balls were long gone. There just were not enough old horses to supply the need. Eric Soseby who owned Tennessee Tanning in Tullahoma, the largest ball leather tannery in the country, coined a name for this new leather that implied it was horsehide. Actually it was just cowhide with just the right blend of herbs and spices. Eric also loved antique airplanes and flew a stager wing Beechcraft for fun. At least he did until he flew his other plane into the side of Lookout Mountain. But back to the point of this column. As a salesman, you learn to observe things in the customers offices to give you an idea of his interests. There could be pictures of the daughters cheerleading team, pictures of the sons football team and pictures of the buyers Rotary Club and maybe something about his hobbies. These are obviously tips the salesman can use in the conversation. But there are also some plant managers who take great pride in tricking the unsuspecting salesman into embarrassing situations. Take the manager of carpet yarn mill in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, who had all the right pictures on his office walls and on his desk. There was the Rotary Club picture. There were the cheer leading pictures and the football pictures and also a picture of the manager standing proudly beside a buck he had killed years ago. But displayed among all these family prides was a picture of the ugliest woman I had ever seen. Was this the mother of these children and the wife of the fearless hunter? It couldnt be. She was just too blamed ugly. And while the manager was obviously pleased to see me struggle with this new question and was waiting for me to put my foot in my mouth or something worse, I just had to be careful. I remember to this day exactly what I did. I looked him square in the eyes and said, I hope thats not a picture of your dear wife. She obviously is not the mother of your beautiful children. That satisfied him. He succeeded in teasing me and I was able to compliment his children at the same time. And hidden over behind his telephone was a great picture of his very attractive wife. It all worked out okay and we had a good laugh and were friends for a long time. While I never liked to make cold calls, I did make a kinda cold call on a garment tannery up in Winchester, Tennessee, where I just barely knew the manager. I had an appointment but when I walked up to the reception desk, something just didnt feel right. First, all the ladies in the office looked up when I walked in and they continued to watch me. Thats unnerving. Then I noticed there were all kinds of gadgets on the counter top which had a little edge around it. There was a glass cylinder filled with marbles. There was a funny looking plastic shape filled with hundreds of BBs. There also was a small statue of a man on a horse. It just wasnt right so I carefully backed away and waited for the manager to see me. Then in walks another salesman. The same thing happened. All the girls looked up and waited to see what he would do. This man was young and a little nervous and the first thing he did was to shift the statue just a little bit on the counter top. The contraption was held together by rubber bands and as soon as it was shifted just a little, the whole thing literally exploded. All the girls just howled with laughter, and of course that made him more nervous. Rather than just sit down to regain his composure, the poor fellow shifted the jar of marbles. You guessed it, there was no bottom on the glass cylinder and marbles went everywhere. The young salesman was a basket case by that time. Darned if he didnt touch the plastic BB holder and BBs ended up all over the counter top. He didnt touch anything else. He just turned and went out the door. I doubt if he ever came back. The office girls were satisfied and just sat back there, giggling. Obviously the manager was in on this whole thing for it wasnt long that I learned the manager had been dismissed. He was spending too much time designing salesman traps and not enough time tanning leather. I didnt go back either. It was just too big a risk. Superintendent Dan Brown announced today that the Seashore will host two Civil War 150th anniversary events to commemorate the 1861 Battle of Santa Rosa Island and the Bombardment of Pensacola Bay. Although the Pensacola forts were constructed to defend the nation from foreign invasion, the most significant action at the Pensacola forts was during the Civil War, when the Nation was at war with itself, said Superintendent Dan Brown. The park will commemorate the Battle of Santa Rosa Island on Saturday, Oct. 8, 1-3 p.m. at historic Fort Pickens. Enjoy musical selections from the Civil War era performed by the Santa Rosa Strings Student Orchestra and Pensacola Home School Band. Presentations about the Battle of Santa Rosa Island by David Ogden, Historian at Gulf Islands National Seashore and the causes and aftermath of the Civil War by Robert K. Sutton, Chief Historian of the National Park Service will follow. The program will conclude with a wreath laying ceremony to honor the more than 600,000 American soldiers that made the ultimate sacrifice during the war. The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War will also be on location with exhibits and information. Because of the commemoration event, the daily ranger-guided fort tour will be at 11 a.m. rather than 2 p.m. The park will also commemorate the 1861 Bombardment of Pensacola Bay on Saturday, November 19 with candlelight tour of Fort Pickens. Interpreters will present the history of Pensacola during the Civil War at different stations inside the fort. Beginning at 5 p.m. tours will depart the parade ground every 15 minutes and last one hour. Reservations are required for the candlelight tours. Call the Fort Pickens Visitor Center at 850-934-2635 to make a reservation. The events are free; however, there is an $8 entrance fee to the Fort Pickens Area. Call Naval Live Oaks Visitor Center at 850-934-2600 for updated information .Fort Pickens To Commemorate Battle of Santa Rosa Island

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(See, Stunning Facts, Page 5). During the Committee meetings, the Authority focused mainly on the Operations Committees attempt to secure a promoter for their concert series. Only one promoter responded to their request for proposals. Joe Lewis of Bon Fire Jam. Lewis came along with sterling credentials including his work with the Super Bowl and Academy Awards and locally, a blow out crowd at a concert in Chumuckla. But there was a sticking point. The cost of hiring Lewis under the current contract he had proposed seemed excessive to the Authority. Board member Fred Gant said, The Board did not look to take all the risks and fund at this level. We are taking the risks and should there be a profit we would share that fifty-fifty with the promoter. I did not envision this. Vernon Prather, Board member, added, If it breaks even, we are paying Mr. Lewis $78,000 to provide this service. This is not the deal that makes me warm and fuzzy yet. I am not ready to say yes. The Board pressed Lewis to provide an estimate and what kind of talent they could expect. Lewis said for $66,000 they might be able to get someone who was enroute somewhere else like Blake Shelton or Cheryl Crow, Merle Haggard, Hall and Oates, or Charlie Daniels. He said they would bring one headliner and a smaller act. Lewis told the Board his company was viable and very profitable. The potential out here is enormous. I have made very low projections and estimations. The future and profitability of Bon Fire Jam out here on the beach is huge. Gant said he thought the Board had shifted its focus from bringing business to the Beach to whether we made money. This is leaseholder money and we must be very careful, he said. Robert Rinke commented that the concert idea started a year ago. We wanted high level entertainment, nationally known to put Pensacola Beach on the map. We offered to take Island Improvement Funds to fund these concerts. That fund was set up to do things over and above what could normally be affordable. Finally, a motion to hold the matter for staff to work with the Bon Fire Jam promoter to continue negotiation and research for possible dates in the spring for concerts was made. The motion passed. The Architectural and Environmental Committee heard a report from Paolo Ghio, Director of Developmental Services concerning the crosswalks on Ft. Pickens Road and Via de Luna, which are all clearly marked, but not clearly effective. When Ghio called County Traffic they replied that they have addressed all public concerns and feel there are no further actions required to date. However, the SRIA can obtain upgrades to the crosswalks by paying for them. They moved to have staff find where the additional upgrades to crosswalks Authority Says Promoter Costs Too Much could be installed and the cost. The committees also addressed the request by Scott Wheatley to serve alcohol from a gazebo on the Tiki Island property which is now owned by Innisfree. The putt putt golf course would remain alcohol free. This request will remain in committee and Wheatley is to bring a rendering of what the project will look like to the next committee meeting on October 26. Dottie Ford, Finance Director, continued her good reports on the July financials. Our revenue is up 16 percent over what we budgeted, she said. Total collections were $1,953,944. It was a great month. The next meeting of the SRIA will be the Full Board on October 12 at 5 p.m. All meetings are open to the public. The Pensacola Beach Womans Club went Back to School welcoming new faces, but saying goodbye to others during their September 15 meeting at the Pensacola Beach Community Church Fellowship Hall. Deb Slater, an active, longtime member of the club, announced that she has sold her home in Gulf Breeze and is moving to McKinney, Texas. She said that she will miss the friendly, casual atmosphere of the club. We will certainly miss her, said Publicity Chairman Sonya Coker. Slater was presented with some PBWC bling to remember her days as a Club Member. Club members have been busy supporting community events. Several of the ladies were seen serving as hostesses under the Hospitality Tent at the Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerces Taste of the Beach, September 17. Two Womans Club mermaids, Carleen Wheeler and Bobbi Cunningham, made a splash at the annual Anything That Floats race at the Boardwalk. Club members will serve as volunteers at the Beach School Festival, October 28. The Pensacola Beach Womans Club hosts monthly business meetings on the third Thursday of each month, at the Beach Church Fellowship Hall. Those interested in membership information may email sonyacokermeister@gmail.com.Womans Club Gets Back To Business After Summer Social Season EndsPensacola Beach Womans Club celebrated Septembers birthday girls, at their meeting. (L to R) Ginger Pasek, Shelby Smith, and Bette Sprague.

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PAGE 14 Island Times October 4, 2011 CLASSIFIED ADS 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.BEAUTIFUL LOT Waterfront Gulf Breeze. Stunning on Santa Rosa Sound. Your own beach with 1.73 acres. Build your dream home. $300,000. Owner will divide. Dennis Remesch, Re/Max on the Coast, 850-384-7607 __________________________ Gulf Breeze. 3/2 in quiet neighborhood behind Grand Point. $119,999. Call Jeremy Johnson, Island Realty. 850-377-3145 __________________________ Pensacola Beach Two bed Two bath condo. MLS listing #398291. Call today for your tour. $165,000. Linda Murphy, Keller Williams Realty, 850-748-0865 __________________________ Looking for a Beach lot? Now is the time to buy. Prices are low. Call Jeremy Johnson, Island Realty. 850-377-3145Real Estate For SaleCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NAME:____________________________________ ADDRESS: _________________________________ ___________________________________________ CITY: ______________________________________ STATE: ________________ ZIP: ________________Pensacola Beach Vacations Rentals. Call for the BEST RATES on Beachfront condos and beach homes. Toll Free 800-242-3224. Visit online jmevacations.com __________________________ Realty Marts International, Pensacola Beachs Rental Headquarters since 1972. www.rmivacations.com or 1-800-874-9245. __________________________ Pensacola Beach WATERFRONT home for rent (day, month) 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. Magnificent Sound views. Look in vrbo.com/297345 and call/text Liz 850-516-7635 or 850380-8830. Send a check for $32 made payable to Shelley Ink Mail to: PO Box 844 Gulf Breeze, FL 32562-0844 Feel like an Islander every other week Have IT mailed!Personalized Real Estate Services! Sales Rental Consulting James Hlubek 850-380-0014 Real Estate Services Real Estate For Rent Gregory Street Assembly Hall Weddings Receptions Parties. Seating up to 150 850607-8633 Find Us On Facebook _________________________ Notary Public to perform weddings. 850-748-6878. Photo and Coffee Table. Solid Bronze Casting with marble base. A seascape design of reefs and turtles in marine life color. Height 19, Width 25, Depth 19, Weight 125 lbs. The doubled beveled oval glass top (30 x 43). Value $25,500. Asking $8,000. 850-932-4804________________________End Table. Antique hand carved solid mahogany elephant end table from India. Height 22, Oval glass top (20x30); Weight 80 lbs. Asking $500. 850-932-4804.WeddingsCalendarOct 4 Joint Escambia County Commission and SRIA meeting. 4:30 p.m. Pensacola, 221 Palafox Place. Oct 6 BINGO Beach Church. 6:30 pm Oct 7 First Friday, Boardwalk, 4-7 Oct 7 Live at Flounders The Producers, 9 pm October 8 American Legion Putt Putt. Tiki Island Golf and Games. Oct 8 Paddle for a Cure Paddleboard event. Fitness on Board. Little Sabine Bay. October 8 Celebration 4444 Education Texas Hold Em 4444 Fun Poker Tourney, 2 p.m. The Dock. October 8 Civil War Ceremonies. Ft. Pickens. $8 per car. 1 p.m. Oct 8 Oktoberfest at Bamboo Willies Oct 9 Bananimals Meeting, 3 pm. Sabine Sandbar October 10 Relay for Life Kick Off meeting. Open to all. 5 pm Margaritaville. October 10 Pensacola Beach Advocates Annual Meeting. 5:30 p.m. Beach Church. Renew or Join at the Meeting. October 12 Santa Rosa Island Authority Meeting 5 p.m. #1 Via de Luna. October 13-16 DeLuna Fest. Casino Beach/Innisfreehotels area. www.Delunafest.com Oct 15 In Hot Pursuit 5K Run. 8 am Casino Beach Oct 20 BINGO Beach Church, 6:30 pm Oct 22 Bras Across the Bridge, 7 am, Boardwalk Oct 26 Santa Rosa Island Authority Meeting. 5 pm #1 Via de Luna. Oct 28 Fall Festival Pensacola Beach Elementary, 5 8. Open to all. Oct 29 Krewe of YaYa Boobie Ball. Hilton Oct 30 Beach Church Fall Festival. Trunk or Treats. 2-6. Open to all. Halloween Family Festival, 3-6. Boardwalk October 31 Krewe of Wrecks Meeting and Costume Contest. Sabine Sandbar. 6 p.m. $30 to join. FitnessYour land or family land is all you need to buy a new home. Land/Home packages also available. Call Clayton Homes at 850-682-3344. TAI CHI FOR WELLNESS, Qi Chong & More! Saturdays 10:00-11:10 am, CHIPS 24 Hour Health Club; $5/session. Bring a friend. Call BEACH TAI CHI, 380.8830, Email star8830@yahoo.com. __________________________ Grand Marlin Milers, Mon, 5:45 P.M. Pirate Paddlers, Wed, 6 P.M Capt Fun Runners, Wed, 5:45 P.M. Shaker Pacers, Thursdays, 6 P.M Wright Pet Care Professional Pet Care, When You Cant Be There. 850-324-0196 EmploymentBuilding Real Estate Sales Team to meet demand. Top dential Interview. Noel Faddis, RMI/Realty Marts. 850-932-5376 __________________________ Looking for a New Home? Get up to an $8,000 credit when you purchase from us. Call Clayton Homes at 850682-3344. For SaleJoin the fun! Cruise the Beach in an electric vehicle. Street Legal 2010 Tomberlin, SS. Black, two seater.231 miles. $6500. (Selling to get a bigger one!) 850-748-6878

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Island Times PAGE 15 October 4, 2011FOR RESULTS Island Times Info 850-324-2667Downtown Pensacola Beach Weekly ScheduleMonday: Sandshaker, 7 PM Thursday: Paddy OLearys, 7 PM Sunday: Paddy OLearys, 5 PM Texas Hold Em 4444 Fun Poker Hotline 324-2667 850-473-1008 4300 Bayou Blvd DrTraceyPinkston.com Integrating traditional health management with natural and alternative approaches Dr. Tracey Pinkston DJs Beach Cafe 63 Via de Luna across from Springhill Suites 850-916-0716 Closed Mondays & Tuesdays Start Your Day The Right Way Breakfast 8 AM TO NOONHAVE A BIG BEACH BREAKFAST! Lunch 11 AM TO 2 PM know whats happeningread Island TimesHave your copy delivered to your mailbox every other week. By Joe Stukey Your Computer PalBytes and Bits Studio98HAIR DESIGNS 939-8800 Sat 10 to 5 FULL SERVICE HAIR SALON Q: What is a RootKit Virus? A: The rootkit virus is one of the worst kinds of viruses. It is very difficult to detect and remove from a computer. There are three primary reasons why the virus is difficult to remove. The first is that it is wellhidden. Antivirus software can find the virus only if the antivirus software has rootkit detection features. The second reason why the it takes control of some of the basic functions of the computer, and alters the way the computers software performs. For example, it may cause attempts to restore the computer to an earlier date to fail. Third, the rootkit virus subverts, or disables, the antivirus software that is being used to remove it. The virus embeds itself at the base of the hard disk, similar to being attached to the brain stem in a human. The virus may try to steal identities by picking up passwords and credit card information from your computer. The rootkit virus may do that by using a keylogger software, which is able to record whatever is typed on the keyboard. Sometimes its job is to use your computers resources for its own purposes. One thing that commonly happens is that the Internet browser program, usually Internet Explorer, will be redirected to websites other than what you intended. The rootkit manipulates the browser program in order to take you to websites that they want to promote. Windows computers are not the only computers that are vulnerable to this kind of attack. rootkit virus appeared on Apples Mac computer, affecting the Mac OS X operating system. This article was provided by The Stukey Group. For questions, contact Joe at joe@ycpals. com or 206-3156. The Krewe of Bananimals left the barn door open and rounded up a bunch of new members at their September 11 meeting at the Sabine Sandbar. Membership Chairman Darlene Larkin welcomed Dale Reid, Aggie Trimbur, Janet O'Connor, Rick Little, Kim Hogan, Joe Pace, Judy Decker, Charlotte Field, Donna and Bill Clark. We had almost 100 members last year, so I have a personal goal to exceed that number, said Larkin. We are a friendly and good time group. Everyone is welcome. The Krewe, which is beach famous for their generous spirit, has made a $1000 donation to the Santa Rosa Kids House and will provide Christmas presents for foster children this year according to Philanthropy Chairman Karen Cook Cowen. The Bananimals float, which rolls in the Chambers Surfing Santa parade and the Beach Mardi Gras parade, is ready for action. The report came from Tim Morgan and Jerry Wright, the Float Captains. Krewe President Angela Moore said there is still room on Dales Big Deck for a few more members, so she will continue to keep the krewes membership rolls open. She announced the next meeting will be Sunday, October 9 at 3 p.m. at Sabine Sandbar. The meeting is open to members and prospective members. Information on membership is available by emailing Darlene Larkin at seabrez1@ bellsouth.net or by calling 850525-3317.Bananimals Open Den To New RecruitsThe Party Pack Gets Bigger Celebration 4444 Education Poker Tourney Saturday, Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. The Dock NEW ROYALTY The Sandshaker crowned Debbie Dotson as Shaker Queen 2011 at the Shakerfest, Sunday, Sept 18. Dotson, left, raised the most votes at $1 each. She is congratulated by outgoing queen Marilyn Hoggatt. photo by Madison MurphyPensacola Beach Womans Club recognized longtime member and key volunteer Debbie Slater at their September meeting at the Beach Church Fellowship Hall. Debbie and her husband Ben are moving to Texas.

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Island Times PAGE 17 October 4, 2011 After Sundown FLOUNDERS CHOWDER HHOUSE Celebrating 30 years of Floundering neath the moon and stars. Offering fresh Seafood including Tuna, Mahi and of course Flounder! Award winning chowder, po boys, burgers and Pensacola Beach Style baked oysters. Sample our Fresh catch including the Shrimp Boat Platterloaded with shrimp cocktail, BBQ shrimp, fried shrimp, popcorn shrimp and U-peel ems. Kids love our Pirate Ship playground located on our beach well within view of dining parents. For beach bands. Dance all night on Flounders beach to the most popular bands from across the south. on beautiful Pensacola Beach, 850-932-2003 CRABS W WE GOT EEM Only restaurant on Pensacola Beach offering breath taking views of the Gulf while dining directly on the beach. Come as you are straight off the sandy beach and enjoy our indoor/outdoor bar and gulf side deck. Crabs has the largest selection of Crab on the beach, was voted Best Crab by News Journal readers. She Crab Soup, Stuffed Blue Crabs, have many other seafood favorites on our menu as well as a great assortment of chicken, steaks and pasta dishes. Dont forget to try one of our signature drinks like The Crab Trap which come with a souvenir glass to keep! Open 7 days a week. Sunday Brunch with live Steel 0700 www.crabswegotem.com MMcCGUIRES IIRISH PUB One of Americas great steakhouses; proudly serving USDA Prime Steaks, seafood and Irish specialties including and Shepherds Pie all inside a turn of the century New York Irish Saloon themed pub. McGuires is celebrated for its atmosphere, boasting more than 750,000 signed dollar bills coupled with great food and warm and friendly service by Employees who Give a Damn! Visit our on-site brewery Featured on NBCs Today Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magazine Hall of Fame Member. Open every day at 11 am, 850-433-6789 mcguiresirishpub.com SSIDELINES SSpPORTS BBAR AND RRESTAURANT 11 big screens, 42 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, its or outdoor seating. Video sports games. days a week. 934-3660. NNATIVE CAfFE Open at 7:30 a.m. seven days a week. Owned and operated by friendly natives serving locally produced seafood and delicacies. The Fish Tacos are an experience to enjoy. The owners say their goal is to preserve the unique desserts top off expertly prepared meals. Seating is informal. Art gallery setting with local artists displaying whimsical works. Serving breakfast and lunch everyday; 45 Via de SSANDSHAKER LLOUNgGE Tradition since 1973. Its the Home of the Original Bushwacker and has been selling this signature drink for over 30 years. The Shaker was the 1st bar on the Beach to offer this T-Shirt Nite on Thursday. Check out our new Shaker Shop Boardwalk. Open 10 am 3 am. 850-932-2211. www.sandshaker.com PARADISE BBAR 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. Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, its Open 7 days. 850-916-5087. PEgGLLEgG PETES Ahoy, Matey. Youve found a Pensacola Beach treasure. Pirates welcome. Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or outside on the awning covered deck. Glass front bar Gumbo. Dinner specials nightly. Sizeable sandwiches and at 11. 932-4139. www.peglegpetes.com Concerned about paying both Taxes & Lease Fees?Pensacola Beach Advocates is sponsoring a forum on this issue at our Annual Meeting. County Attorney Alison Rogers and Commissioner Grover Robinson will be there to discuss this topic. The forum is open to members and non-members. Annual Meeting & Taxation Forum pPM Pensacola Beach Community Church Via de Luna at Avenida 18more info www.pbadvocates.org

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Island Times October 4, 2011 PAGE 18 Santa Rosa Island Authority Team of Larry Kuhn, maintenance supervisor, left, and Ryan Bolster, whose mom Melody is an SRIA staffer, were the winners of the Bathtub Races at Bamboo Willies Sept. 25. The winningest Bathtub Paddler on Pensacola Beach is Jim Cox. He has received four second place trophies. Jim, right, who teamed up with Ray Ascherfeld, on the Pensacola Beach Advocates Team, was unconcerned about Island Times newspaper team of Shane Reilly overall during the Bathtub Races, Sept. 25 at Bamboo Willies. Bamboo Willies General Manager Robert Gleim, left, walks away from the starting line at the Bathtub Races, Sept. 25 as Team Lock-N-Store (L to R) Mel Raus and Johnaphan Bish get some last minute coaching from Robin Rainey, right. Pensacola Beach Womans Club dynamic duo of Carleen Wheeler, left and Bobbi Cunningham, right, made paddling the unwieldy tubs look graceful and fashionable. They competed in the Bathtub Races at Bamboo Willies Sept. 25. The Anything That Floats entries on September 25 battled on land and sea. The Fat Albert Paddling Team of Travis Crow and Nick Hendrickson got rammed by the Lady Lexington Team from the VFW Post 4407. The First Mate is Craig Hunter and the Captain is Jane Sims. The Lady Lex took home top honors.

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Island Times PAGE 19 October 4, 2011 One Stop Shop for the Watersports Enthusiasts PARASAILINGSMILE HIGH CLUB Feel the Thrill ~ Join the Club! You wont stop smiling even if you tryPensacola Beach at the BoardwalkSALES & RENTALS KAYAKSSINGLE/TANDEM 850-932-5520 www.KeySailing.com OPEN 9 to 6weather permitting HOBIE CATS SAIL AWAY PONTOON BOATSHOURLY/DAILY WAVERUNNERS FAST & FUN NEW Rentals Include: All safety gear Expert instruction PADDLEBOARD RENTALS readin the water by Saltwater Rick and his fishin buddies Island Times columnist Saltwater Rick is handing his pen over to lady angler Terri McKamey this week. If you want to tell Terri your Stop by our Gift Shop DeLuna Fest October 13-16Home of the Original Bushwacker is proud to sponsor Americas Original Beach Party DeLuna FestKick Off PartyOct 13 Big D & The Nuts on stageCELEBRATE COLUMBUS DAY Karaoke Contest with Becky 10 pm BUZZCUTT Fri & Sat OCt 14-15 MAINSTREAM 5 8:30 pm & for an encore performance after Linkin Park Band LIVE ON THE SHAKER STAGETouchdown here for College & Pro Football games! What wonderful early fall weather we are having! The water's clear with high temps in the 80's and lows in the 60's and very calm. The Spanish the past two weeks and they are with kids and the adults will have great fun reeling them in, too. but it's going to get better as summer closes and fall truly arrives. Along with the Spanish, Skip the menu. The Red bite has been pretty good. They are mostly showing up in the late afternoon and early evening in the Pass and along Three Mile Bridge. is on an outgoing tide and early early morning or very late in the afternoon. Only a small chance of rain all this week so get on out there. Not too much else going on Oh yes, wait a minute, I forgot to mention that there are plenty of Flounder starting to come in now, too. And Flounder are such good eating! Lots of excitement on the all week long and Saturday inch, forty-seven pounder by the If you are looking for great tober is the perfect month in the Panhandle. Remember the annual fall Redfish run will kickoff soon and last most of the winter. Typically, the best times are between October 15 and December 10. So with the weather perfect ing, what are you waiting for? If you are not fishing on October 8 at 2 p.m. join me at the poker tables at The Dock for the Celebration 4444 Education. REELING IN THE BIG ONES These gals displayed a catch of a different kind. Their day aboard the charter boat Big Dog was to capture attention and funds for Team Feel Em for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, October 29. The team members on deck are (front row, L to R): Marcia Wiles, Shamaca Pettaway, Katherine Segal, Sue Channell, Sandra Cecil and Sheri Sutton. Back row, (L to R): are Mindy Wanek, Tonya Powell, Tiffany Moore, Allison L, Keilly Fisher; Rita Misenheimer, Melissa Richardson were camera shy. Photo by Art Parrish Celebration 4444 Education Sat, Oct 8, 2 PM The Dock the Beach School

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