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Island Times Volume VIII, Number 2 Pensacola Beach, Florida May 11, 2012 Beach Celebrates Mom with Music This Weekend BonFireJam May 12 Symphony by the Sea May 13

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PAGE 2 Island Times May 11, 2012 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 Listen To The Band with Your Toes in the Sand BonFireJam Concert Line Up AM PM Sunny Sweeney Ronnie Dunn Craig Morgan Josh Thompson Brett Eldredge

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Island Times PAGE 3Forever ...Barefoot on the BeachAs a tribute to Jane Waters, Island Times will continue to run some of Janes favorite columns for your enjoyment May 11, 2012 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 The Islander Newspaper May 3, 1983 Its been a long time since anyone has given me a mudpie. In the sophisticated world of teenager and college, I would not, in my wildest dreams, have ever thought I would consider a mudpie a precious offering. But, that was before my daughters were born. For what does a little girl who is virtually penniless and out of work give her mother for Mothers Day? Well, let me tell you, beginning with the mudpie. Ive had some dillies. At one point, I felt like Graumans Chinese Threatre. I had more little gold handprints in paper pie plates than you can believe. My kids loved sticking their palms in wet plaster of Paris, and after the tiny hand was imprinted forever, they got to spray the thing with gilt paint, glue it on a paper plate, put a ribbon on the back, and the teacher penned a little poem about growing. They went through this procedure in the name of loving their mother, for years! And after the plaster of Paris stage, they entered the crayon and paper era. On Mothers Day, I would receive huge misshapen hearts with laboriously penciled sentiments My mother has brown hair. She looks like a grizzly bear. bears and a round white piece of paper that looked like a ghost with measles. Mommie, its a chocolate chip cookie. I made it for you for Mothers Day. The only other paper gifts I can truly remember were the jewelry creations. Necklaces and bracelets made from colored bits of drinking straws threaded on heavy cord. I wore lots of drinking straw necklaces as I danced around the kitchen. Tin followed paper. A note pinned to a shirt usually arrived a week before Mothers Day Please send an empty tin can with the label off. Be sure it is clean and free from dangerous sharp edges. So, I cleaned up a can, tucked it into a little bag, and away it went to school. A week later it came back to me, wrapped in red construction paper. The once clean can was now decorated with practically everything from Mardi Gras beads to old goose feathers. But, Mom, its to put your pencils in on your desk. Well, that purpose beats And then, as the big sister grew reliable enough to take the little ones to the quick grocery, they bought my gifts. They saved their money from treats (that always made me feel like running into the bedroom to cry!) and they bought me lollipops, stick candy, and grape bubble gum. Big Sister usually wrapped this treasure in a paper napkin and tied it with some yarn, and they worked on a greeting card. Grandly, they presented this sweet gift to me and I blew a few purple bubbles just to show them how pleased I was with their selection. And I can see those little girls still sitting on the carpet, their eyes glowing with love and sparkling with excitement, anticipating my dramatic reaction to this gift, the fruit of weeks of saving nickels and dimes. The years go by and the Mothers Day gift changes. A bottle of perfume which I felt I could not afford for myselfan ing (which I knew I could not afford)preppie shirtsa calculatororchidsan antique by some pretty nice kids. They still sit on the carpet in front of me as I open their beautiful gifts on Mothers Dayoh yes, the presents have changed, but the wrapping have remained the same for years. For still, as way Mothers Day gifts are wrapped LOVE The Santa Rosa Island Authority will present a special Mothers Day concert, Symphony by the Sea, at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 13, at the Casino Beach Gulfside Pavilion on Pensacola Beach. Performed by the Pensacola Symphony, under the direction of Music Director Peter Rubardt, the 78-minute program will be composed of pieces such as Disney Magic and the Flying Theme from ET, as well as The Sound of Music and Cowboys Overture. The concert is free, a gift to you from the Santa Rosa Island Authority. Bring a beach chair or blanket, and treat your entire family to this exceptional evening performance. Beach businesses will be open for dining before, during and after the concert. Beach resident Dr. Thomas Campanella, who serves on the SRIA board, will introduce the Symphony. The SRIA also sponsors the Bands on the Beach concert series each Tuesday at the Pavilion from 7-9 p.m. For more information, www.visitpensacolabeach.comSymphony Performs For Mom At Gulfside Pavilion

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PAGE 4 Island Times May 11, 2012 T?? ? ??? ? ? ? ? ? ?rivia?? ????? ? ? ??? ? PEOPLEHORSE SENSEHarry Moore bid em up at the Pensacola Beach Optimist Clubs Run for the Roses party May 5 at Santa Rosa Dunes. The hosts give guests a chance to own ding and boasting. Harry claimed ownership of the long shot, Ill ity event, and galloped into the winners circle. Proceeds from the event were donated to the Beach school. WEDDING BELLSScott Luebcke has captured the heart and hand of pretty Darla Richardson. He had to be quick because Darla is a busy gal. She is a former Mardi Gras queen, and nator for the Northwest Florida Blood Drives on the Beach, in ily will gather on the white sands of Pensacola Beach to hear the couple say I do on Saturday, June 9. After a honeymoon on a Carnival Cruise Lines, Scott and Darla who are both registered nurses, will reside in Milton.BIG BELLDave Glassman was among morial Tower Bell to Pensacola. It was created in Ohio and arrived in Pensacola with much fanfare on April 28. The Shaker and Bamboo Willies will host fundraisers this weekend for the Tower. The bell will be transported to Veterans Memorial Park on May 27 for the ately following the Memorial Day ceremony, which starts at 1 p.m. SUNNY SIDE UPHappy Mothers Day to all the Moms on Pensacola Beach, particularly those who have to FireJams Sunny Molder says her two boys will have to wait until the concert is over and the site is clear before she can celebrate. She admits it might be Tuesday before she can slow down. PURR-FECT MOMNikki Adams, the always smiling sales clerk at Island Style, has been adopted by a newborn kitten. Its feline mom was nowhere to be found, so she is the stand in. Shes feeding the tiny kitten with a baby bottle. The black and white little fur ball sleeps most of the time, but should be perking up soon.BULLISH BIRTHDAYSMelanie Waite and Robert tense love for the environment, particularly the water. They share May 5 as their birthday. Melanie, a retired school teacher, is a long serving volunteer turtle patroller and advocate. Robert is the top sion of Marine Resources. Mary Jo Tibbits is a steward of a much different species of animal. She is the treasurer of the Krewe of Bananimals. They erupted in cheers for Mary Jo at their May 6 meeting at the Sandbar, which is her birthday. She keeps track of their money, so they can continue their efforts to support the Santa Rosa Kids House and the Pensacola Humane Society, among other charities. MAILBOX MAELSTROM dalized. He mentioned a dolphin mailbox located on the Gulf front street has been clobbered as well. The manatee mailbox is a favorite of the Beachs elementary school children, since it is located right pus. Get well, Mr. Manatee. FAST FIESTA FEMALESPensacola Beachs Patsy vision in the Fiesta of Five Flags 10K race, May 5. Her time was 29:42. Mary Samaras, Beverly Boege and Cecelia McAdams each brought home a silver medal tive age groups. Humane Society Volunteer coordinator Monie Russo walked her way to first place in the 5K distance. Hope her four legged friends can keep up with her. JAZZ IT UP leans kicking up her heels at Jazz Fest. She and husband Steve, who live on Via de Luna, had a jubilant ing health. Sheila says thanks and keep the prayers coming. NAVARRE ESCAPEThe Gibson family has some serious celebrating to do while enjoying a Navarre Beach condo. Jeanne and Bubba will celebrate sary, May 13, while Gwen and Danah will toast Mom Jeanne. The festivities turn to birthday wishes for Gwen on May 14. What fun! FREE POKER Wednesday NitesDance in the sand STAY & PLAY Waterfront Florida Style Inn paradisebar-grill.com paradiseinn-pb.comBar/Grill: 850-916-5087 The Inn: 850-932-2319 Come as you are Bike, boat or carFull Service Bar Live Music Seafood to snacks21 Via de Luna Pensacola BeachMothers Day May 13The SUN DOGS in concertBring Mom To Paradise 11th Gary Talley & The Posi Tones 12thThe Prince Bros 13thThe Sun Dogs 15th Nic Moss 17th John Hart & Fatty Waters 18-19 th Pig Pen & The Pork Chops 20 th & 22 nd Biscuit Miller & The Mix 23 rd -24 th Jo sh Garrett & The BottomlineWaterfront Stage Swim & Sun Soundfront beach entertainment Soundfront beach rent kayaks & paddleboards The Trivia Master heard from two Chucks and a bona fide treasure hunter, but Big to unearth the correct answer to the last question. He knew that the Fiesta of Five Flags organizations Treasure Hunt prize awarded in the summer of 1959 was a Pensacola Beach house. Bob adds to his Island Times shirt collection. He is the height of beach couture. with authority confirmed the $300 in silver coins buried in a chest in the sand, she said. In 1959 there was a beach house given away at 717 Rio Vista, it nial Celebration. Currently, 717 Rio Vista is owned by Dr. Carl Speer and his wife Pam. Beach kids all know Pam from her time as a teacher at the Beach School. The Knights of the Trivia Roundtable scoffed at the easy question. dies, first, demanded Lady Kim Schmitz as her answer came smoking in at lightning speed. A beach house! She was followed by Sir Offshore Chuck Brower and Sir Morrie Drees. Chuck Steel, the illustrious publisher of the underground into his memory and sent this, "a tax free residential lot on Pensacola Beach." The Trivia litical undertones of his almost accurate answer. Then up from his Via de sorts Ron Wilson. He recalled the prize was a parcel of land on the Beach. Not exactly, but 1959 was before his time. He humbly admitted that he is a former Treasure Hunt winner. sure in 1976 down at Ranger Point, he wrote. It was $2,000. Quite a bit of money in 1976. I my buddy, who was with me, was 17. It was buried just east of swers waved her scepter across bloons....perhaps, hidden at the replica of the Spanish Village then located where we now live in Santa Rosa Dunes. Oh, Queenie polish your crown, you rule once again over Right. Oran Baughn contacted the Trivia Master to talk about treasure hunting. He reported that while some fellows were sure, they unearthed burial sites at what is now Villa Sabine, near EPA Island. He wondered if the remains had been moved. Oran, sion for our Halloween edition. The Fiesta organizers no courage the public from digging holes everywhere. Since we are digging around in the history of the island, and everyone has music on their minds, do you remember the land Authority hosted at Casino Beach on Tuesday nights? And what year did they commence? Thats right its a two part ber with your two answers to be eligible to win a special Island Times computer and send your answer to islandtimes@bellsouth.net with trivia in the subject line. Deadline to answer is May 18. Island Times will publish on May 25 prior to the Memorial Day weekend. Good luck. #3 Floridas Best Beach Bar Thanks for voting for us!

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PAGE 5 Island Times May 11, 2012 Engineers Await Green Light For Development Design Near Avenida 13 The Santa Rosa Island Authority Board Vice Chairman Vernon Prather wants to be involved in each step of a potential development in the residential area of Pensacola Beach, so the approval of a task order to BaskervilleDonovan, Inc., will be delayed for two weeks. Prather during the May 9 meeting, made a request that the task order, which allows cost estimate for creating a parking area between Avenida 13 and 14, be brought to a May 23 special board meeting. Dr. Thomas Campanella, elected board member, advised Baskerville-Donovan Engineer Mike Langston that the quality of the design is important. This needs to be attractive to appease the people down there, he said. Better than throwing down some Bahama rock. Langston assured the Board that if he is assigned to design a concept it will conform to all rules of development for parking lots. The rules require landscaping. Task orders are typically approved by staff, but the motion to bring the task order to the May 23 board meeting passed unanimously. Escambia County Engineers Joy Blackmon and Matt Mooneyham along with Assistant County Administrator Larry Newsom appeared before the SRIA board to discuss the toll facility upgrades and the pedicab operations. Mooneyham assured the Board that the transition of the Bob Sikes Toll Facility would be seamless and the upgrades the facility. The daily oversight, and sponders will be purchased at the SRIA, just like always said Mooneyham. The next year or two nothing will change on the outside. Newsom told the Board his goal was to get the facility to state of the art with real time cameras accessible by staff and the general public online, a new transponder and payment system, all for the same one dollar toll. The upgrades would be paid for by $1.4 million in the reserves. Escambia County will ofOctober 1. It could be many months before the young entrepreneurs who want to offer pedicab service in the core area will be allowed to operate. Since the County owns the roadways, the SRIA asked for their input. Larry Newsom created a cautious plan to follow: agreement to contain how many companies may operate, territories and who will monitor their operations. tions be prepared, approved and advertised. signed at the County or SRIA. Board member Tammy Bohannons motion to approve this plan passed unanimously. E.W. Bullock Associates, Romjue Advertising and Lucid Graphics made dynamic presentations in response to an RFP to provide advertising services to the Santa Rosa Island Authority. Bullock and Romjue, but could not reach a consensus to hire one 23 agenda. Seventeen percent of the guests who signed in at the Visitors Center during April discovered Penascola Beach through advertising, according to Maureen LaMar, the Centers manager. Numbers of visitors to the Center increased 13 percent over the previous year. Walk-in guests num609 phone calls and responded to 157 visitor guide mail requests. The iconic Beach Ball water tower which has been undergoing a facelift will be complete before the Memorial Day Weekend crowds arrive according to SRIA Executive Director Buck Lee in his report. Lee updated his board about the acreage to the east of Portofino currently deeded to the University of West Florida by the State. County Attorney Alison Rogers indicated that this land deed held by the State was for UWF students and staff to be used exclusively for educational and recreational purposes. A state agency does not fall under land development review, said Lee. The University has plans to advertise for proposals from developers interested in the land. Lee further explained that if the land is sold to a non state agency, then it would be subject to Escambia Countys land development review. Vice Chairman Vernon the review of the structure of the Santa Rosa Island Authority during the Board Members Forum. of the SRIA over the last three decades. He offered a proposed organizational change which would create an assistant director to serve under the executive director and move Human Resources under the Finance Department rather than marketing. Prather added the Leaseholders at the top of the organizational chart. The leaseholders are why we are here, he said. They are who we serve. Prather pointed out that 63 percent of the budget is spent for Public Safety and Public Works. Many of the services provided by these departments arent even used by the leaseholders, said Prather. Yet, they pay for them. This discussion will continue and a Town Hall meeting will be scheduled for leaseholders to give input on the structure of the SRIA. The next SRIA meeting is Wednesday, May 23 at 5 p.m. at #1 Via de Luna. It is open to the public.

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PAGE 6 Island Times May 11, 2012 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. rrrsGr rFrOstrsrMMr Mt 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 native cafeowned & operated by friendly natives! Go Native Daily 7:30 AM to 3 PM Our sh tacos are the best! HATS Hiking & Backpacking Snow Ski Apparel Rock Climbing Gear, Ropes & Shoes Indoor Rock Climbing Wallwww.weatherfords.net HATS Mens and Womens Casual & Outdoor Clothing honorourmarines.org Make a donation to support the TOWERIf youve noticed a glow to the East, its just the trail of the SOBs left in our wake. The Look-Out Lounge in Mexico what exactly happened to their usually quiet, peaceful local watering hole. Were blaming it all on Cinco de Mayo and the Super Moon of 2012! One might think those poor souls had never witnessed a celebration before. Well actually, something unusual has been witnessed. Some of the SOBs who were dancing around in the sands on Mexico Beach came across a new and startling type of sea turtle. Apparently this rare species is gently migrating between Mexico Beach and our own sugar white sand. They are hard to spot (mercy these turtles are quick) and quite possibly an endangered species. It is easily recognizable by the very distinct marking on the shell. Although these turtles are known as the Mercedes Turtle, the mark is very similar to the old hippie peace symbol that was such a rage in the 1960s and 70s. Imagine coming across one of these majestic turtles underneath a full and super moon while wearing a Sombrero and drinking Mexican Martinis! I cant wait until DJ Zemenick and Melanie Waite (our own special turtle patrollers) rare and beautiful creatures. Keep your eyes open. I like country music with ice cold beer on a hot summer afterWeve come a long way baby from dancing in the sand in crowds of thousands to the live performances of Grace Slick and Jefferson Starship. That was back in the day when our summer wardrobe consisted of free t-shirts advertising spring break festivities. I loved Bruce Hornsby and waited so long to see him perform that by the time he took the stage, I could only hear him. I was glued to my beach chair but the sea breeze straight to my ears and heart. Once the concert ended, Christine Bunkie Hewerdine time getting her husband Lonnie off the beach. He wasnt feeling so good and he kept sitting back down on the cooler despite repeated efforts to get up and walk. We were loaded down with chairs and other beach paraphernalia and I swear I am not making this up we were the last three people on the beach and the sun was setting fast. We still had to walk along the beach from Casino Beach back to the Tiki parking lot where we had left the car. Finally in desperation I told Lonnie he had to get up because I needed a beer from the cooler. As soon as he stood up, Christine and I each grabbed a handle of the cooler and started walking quickly before he could sit back down. We just yelled back for him to follow us. Somehow he did. I have always loved concerts on the beach and never understood why they stopped having them for such a long time. When I saw Willie Nelson standing on a stage live on Pensacola Beach, I thought I had died and gone to Heaven. He is my alltime favorite music artist although I have loved many different music genres over the course of my life. In fact, I wish I still had those old albums that were destroyed in Hurricane Opal. dren, the music played in our house was predominantly based on which older sibling was in her teens. And somehow, my Mother survived it all. I still miss her every day. How lucky are we to be mothers in paradise? We are celebrated and serenaded with a Symphony by the Sea. ipe shared by D.J. Zemenick. D.J. brought this fabulous dessert to the last Krewe of Nereids meeting and everyone wanted the recipe. D.J. was kind enough to not only share, but also point out that this is a great recipe for little ones to help. Kids love helping out in the kitchen and they can serve this dish to Mom with great pride. And Moms gonna need to eat before going to enjoy the free Symphony concert. So, lets cook. D.J.s Banana Split Dessert 1 Cups Honey Main Graham Cracker crumbs 1 Cups Sugar, divided Cup (1 stick) butter, melted 2 pkgs. (8 oz. each) Cream cheese, softened 1 Can (20 oz.) crushed pineapple, drained 5 or 6 medium bananas (save 2) Small jar Maraschino cherries, drained 2 Cups cold milk 2 Cups thawed Cool Whip Topping 1 Cup Pecans, chopped Mix crumbs, cup sugar and butter. Press into bottom on 13X 9 inch pan. Freeze for 10 minutes. Beat cream cheese and remaining 1 cup sugar in bowl with electric mixer until well blended. Carefully spread cream cheese mixture over crust; top with drained pineapple. Slice four of the bananas and arrange over pineapple. Randomly place cherries on top. Pour milk into large bowl. Add dry pudding mixes and beat with wire whisk 2 minutes or until well blended. Stir in 1 cup whipped topping and spread over banana layer in pan. Top with remaining whipped topping and sprinkle with pecans. Refrigerate several hours. Just before serving, slice remaining 2 bananas and arrange over dessert. Makes 24 servings. Enjoy, share and Happy Mothers Day! See ya at the DERBY DAY Brenda Duke wore her pink hat adorned with spring flowers to the Pensacola Beach Optimists Run for the Roses Kentucky Derby fundraiser May 5. Santa Rosa Dunes Clubhouse was filled with fashion-minded race fans. She won second place in the Fancy Hat Contest. The proceeds from the event benefitted Pensacola Beach Elementary School.

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Island TimesPAGE 7 May 11, 2012 Sunday ServicesWorship by the Water, 9 AM Flounders Beach Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church www.gbumc.org 850-206-3156 Joe Stukey Computer Repair in Your Home www.ycpals.com joe@ycpals.com 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 By Cross in the Sand AMothers Day, The Gift of Kindness Mothers Day is one of the most commercialized holidays of the year in the United States, second only to Christmas. Maybe it would be good to return to its original focus that of promoting kindness in the world. There is a story about late Bear Bryant famed coach of the University of Alabama. The story is that every year after about a month of practices, he would go into the locker room to talk to the players with one question; Have you boys called your Mamas? After a long silence he would only say I wish I could. Kindness is the cornerstone of the relationship between a mother and a child. Maybe that is why the Apostle Paul writes be kind to one another. It seems almost without saying that being kind to our mothers is a natural thing to do. The wellbeing of a child, regardless of the age, seems to be the what ways nice when a son or daughter shows up with a proud mother at a church service, and without exception with a great deal of pride introduce them to me. It is a form of kindness and love to be there for those who have expressed so much love. An early commemoration of Mothers Day grew out of the pain and heartbreak of the Civil War. Mothers on both sides of sonssons that they had carried for nine months, given birth to in pain, raised with great care and love, only to have them slaughJulia Ward Howe, writer of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, became so distressed by the bloody battles of the Civil War that she called on mothers to band together to protest the senselessness of their sons killing each other. Her Mothers Day Proclamation of 1870 called for an international Mothers Day promoting peace, kindness and motherhood: Arise, then, women of this day! Arise all women who have hearts Let them then solemnly take counsel with each other as to the means whereby the great human family can live in peace In the name of womanhood and humanity, I earnestly ask that a general congress of women without limit of nationality may be appointed To promote the alliance of the different nationalities, The amicable settlement of international questions, The great and general interests of peace. After decades of campaigning by many devoted mothers, Mothers Day was officially signed into national observance in 1914 by Woodrow Wilson, who declared the second Sunday in May as Mothers Day. Mothers are honored in many countries around the globe. Mothers are mothers the world over, regardless of location, culture, or religion. Mothers are nurturers and peacemakers by This Mothers Day, honor your mother by showing great kindness. That is the best gift you can give. The Beachkeepers have a few bright ideas about turtle friendly lighting practices. They shared the results of their most recent effort with the Pensacola Beach Advocates Board members at their April 30 meeting. D.J. Zemenick submitted a written report to the Board which contained the results of a lighting survey conducted by Santa Rosa Island Authority Director of Developmental Services Paolo Ghio along with Sea Grant Extension Agent Rick OConnor, Gulf Islands Seashore Biologist Mark Nicholas and Zemenick. We toured the island, said Zemenick. And here are the preliminary results. We have some problem areas, but we do have some great examples of turtle friendly lighting, too. The report found hotels east of Casino Beach that have lighting not in compliance with turtle friendly standards. There are a number of restaurants and businesses which will be contacted with requests to change the bright white lights to amber colored bulbs during turtle nesting season. Hotelier Marilyn Hess received high marks from the group. Her hotels, Margaritaville and Holiday Inn Express, both on the Gulf, have turtle friendly lighting. The San Souci condominiums and the Beach Club received good reports. The new streets lights on Ft. Pickens Road were on the commendable list. Offending businesses and residential locations will be contacted, said Zemenick. There is grant money available to assist lighting changes in select areas. The owners of the proposed Observation Wheel on Pensacola Beach have made lighting concessions to protect wildlife. The Beachkeepers were instrumental in communicating the need for this with the new Beach business. Beachkeeper Lois Hausman gave the final Recyclemania tally. The event, which had to be rescheduled to April 27, because of weather was a total success. The plans to host another Recyclemania, perhaps in October, are being considered. We had happy sellers and happy buyers, said Hausman. We had some clouds but the rain did not move in until we had packed up for the day. JJ Waters, chairman of the group, noted that Beachkeepers continues to support good stewardship of the fragile island ecosystems. In upcoming meetings the group will discuss a possible lighting ordinance and education of locals and visitors about wildlife, recycling, dune preservation and eco-friendly transportation options. In other business the board discussed: about core area improvements. The survey will be released in the near future for citizens to share their ideas about redevelopment. ship Committee. The PBA membership numbers have steadily increased. Renewals, communication and database management will be streamlined by using a new software package. The Board is also seeking a Membership Committee Chairperson and volunteers. Pensacola Beach Advocates is open to island leaseholders and residents and those with a business interest on Pensacola Beach. The annual dues are $30. Membership and volunteer information is available online at www.pbadvocates.org. Our Lady Catholic Church, 9:45 AM Avenida 18 /Via De Luna www.stanngulfbreeze.org Pensacola Beach Church, 10 AM Avenida 18 /Via de Luna History buffs and fans of Fort Pickens are looking forward to the Civil War 150th Anniversary commemoration of the 1862 Confederate withdrawal from Pensacola presentation, Saturday, May 12 beginning at 6 p.m. at the Fort Pickens Auditorium. Although the war would continue for three more grueling years, the Confederate withdrawal from Pensacola in May of 1862 marked the end of most the Pensacola area. Join Dean DeBolt, West Florida History Center, University of West Florida as he letters of Union and Confederate soldiers that served in Pensacola during the war. The presentation is in three parts including letters from the Florida State Militia, Union reinforcements at Fort Pickens, and Union soldiers after the Confederate withdrawal. There is no charge for the program, but there is an $8 park entrance fee. For more information, 850-934-2629. Historians Commemorate Civil War Anniversary Event

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PAGE 8 Island Times The Lizzards Tongueby elizabeth hewsonMay 11, 2012 Jane Waters always used to say, "You can take the girl out of New Orleans, but you can't take the Orleanian out of the girl." I wasn't always one-hundred percent sure about what that meant, but somehow I found comfort in knowing that my Big Easy roots were with me, no matter where I lived. Of course, it was quite easy to stay connected with the culture of New Orleans on Pensacola Beach as many of the locals were transplanted Cajuns themselves. And as the Colonel and I, traveled back and forth cross country, I brought a little of the Vieux Carr with me. There was the Mardi Gras themed bathroom in Oceanside, California, complete with a window curtain made from beads. A Zulu coconut doubled as a hand towel holder; and a portrait of Ricky Jackson, New Orleans Saints #52, stood sentry over the While living in the heart of Raven and Redskins territory, my family room was a tribute to the Crescent City from the white glittered wreath adorned with purple, green and gold birds to the towards the Superdome. Let's face it, I gave out Mardi Gras beads at Halloween. Even now, as I prepare to move to the Beach, my friends aren't asking for my forwarding address, but for my recipe for that New Orleans sandwich that I make better known as a muffaletta. Unfortunately, the time has come to end my ties with New Orleans as the traditions I once loved so dearly are killing me both figuratively and literally. The amateur athlete in me cannot handle another story about the Saints and their bounty program. Jane instilled upon me the love of competition and to be proud -win, lose or draw. Of course, there is always much more fame and glory in being the best, but not if you have to cheat and lie to do it. My heart aches every morning when I read The Washington Post sports section, and there is another story with more accusations and just as many denials to what seems to be a never ending sports scandal. I've lost my Who Dat feeling. I also just found out that I will never eat my favorite N'ahlins dessert ever again. There was nothing I enjoyed more than having a group of friends over for a huge Cajun feast followed up with homemade pralines. I suffered through the slow cooking of the roux for gumbo to the driving all over town (many different grocery that would special order ultimate knowledge that it would be my pralines that would leave my dinner guests validating my Creole cooking skills. There is no substitute or box mix for pralines; and the only true way to make them is to imagine yourself on the French Quarter to the praline shop right off the corner of Jackson Square. Turns out I am highly allergic to pecans. I can't have them in my food, in my house, or in my life ever again. They might as well be packaged with a giant skull and crossbones with the word "Poison" scrawled across. It's possible that the Orleanian in me will never truly go away 100%, but for the most part is certainly has begun to fade. As I discussed my new identity crisis with the Colonel, he looked at me and said, "Sweetheart, obviously you misunderstood Jane. What she always told me was 'Harry, you can take the girl off of Pensacola Beach, but you will never ever take the Island out of the girl and don't even try.'" Until next time... 850-932-1417 500 Quietwater Beach Blvd Upstairs from Key SailingBurgers Fries ShakesWe have gone back to basics. Expect the same incredible quality food delivered in less time. DOG FRIENDLY DECK! BREAKFAST SAT & SUN 8-11 LOST CATBlack, 18 years old. Nitrox Pensacola Beach. Call 850-341-7193The crowd erupted with cheers when Club Sun Tanning Manager Dorothy bikini watching expert Tim Spencer.

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PAGE 9 Island Times May 11, 2012 The School Bell Rings LindaMurphyRealtor@bellsouth.netis ready to assist you at 850-748-0865 LINDA TAYLOR MURPHYREALTOR 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 MACY WINSBeach School grad Macy Mateer is going for the gold. She returned to the Beach from the Florida State History Fair in Tallahassee on May 5 where her project won first place. She took the top spot at the Optimist International Oratorical contest in both the school and regional levels. Macy will compete in Marianna, Florida at the district level.BIG VOICEHannah May, fifth grade student at Pensacola Beach Elementary, was awarded first place the Pensacola Beach Optimists Oratorical Contest in March. She moved onto a region wide competition which pitted her speaking skills against middle and high school students. Hannah was unflappable and earned third place overall. She was joined on the winners podium by Beach School alum, Macy Mateer, who won the competition. NEW FRIENDSReady to become Sandpipers at the Beach School next fall, fourteen prospective kindergartners visited Jennifer Neals classroom on April 27. Neal said, Registration was super! I always have a lot of help. Mr. C (Principal Jeff Castleberry), School secretary Jennifer Magee, volunteer Shelby Smith, Computer teacher Monika Springer, my Room Mom Kari Persky to name just a few. Following in big sisters footsteps will be Ben OConnell whose sister Lilly is a kindergartner. Ella Montgomery will move up to first grade and her sister Lily will enter the Beach school. Lola Belle, Jocelyn Reeves sister will start her beach school days on August 20. Jocelyn is a third grader. I love teaching siblings of former students, said Neal. There are 23 students registered for kindergarten.BIG KIDSGulf Breeze High School Seniors are cordially invited to Baccalaureate 2012 on May 31 at 6 p.m. at Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church. The Baccalaureate service is a nondenominational religious service and all are invited to attend. If you would like to read from a scripture of your choosing, sing/provide music, recite a poem or prayer, please contact Fr. Paul via his email frpaul@stanngulfbreeze.org.REMEMBER THISMay 12: Sunshine Math Contest May 24: Fifth grade trip to New Orleans May 28:Memorial Day, no classes June 5: Fifth grade promotion ceremony and party, 3:30 p.m. Our Ladys Hunt Hall June 6: Water Day Beach School June 7: Last day of school, early dismissal. Gulf Islands National Seashore at Ft. Pickens hosted a Junior Rangers Day, April 28. Seventy youngsters participated in a variety of educational and fun programs. Six-year-old Evan Whitney, from Pensacola liked the choice of refreshments a giant cake, served by Ranger Beckie Breeding Mims, background. Jake Merritt, 7, left, from Berryhill, attended the Junior Rangers Day at Gulf Islands National Seashore at Ft. Pickens April 28. Ranger Steamer Lawhead was one of the leaders during the four hour event. Fifth grade Beach School student Hannah May, left, and Beach School grad Macy Mateer competed in the Optimist Club Oratorical Contest. Mateer finished first, and May earned third place. A question came from Beach resident Charlene Meyer and her friends who live in New Hampshire, but are Pensacola Beach leaseholders. They both own RVs. They asked if RVs are allowed to park in the public parking areas. Bob West, SRIA Safety Director, says the Escambia County ordinances prohibit overnight parking in the public lots. However, if the visitors or residents are day visitors in the public parking lots, the answer depends on size and space availability. According to West, if you can fit in one parking place you are welcome to park anywhere a car can legally park. For the larger RVs, when they enter the Bob Sikes Toll Facility, they should be given a flyer advising them of the rules. It also gives information on overnighting at Ft. Pickens. Until the new RV Park is opened, Ft. Pickens with its 180 camping spaces, is the only place that overnight camping is allowed on the island. The Beach deputies work closely with the Public Safety Department to accommodate the oversized vehicles. The Deputies work extremely well with us and, somewhat surprisingly, we actually have very few major issues with oversized vehicles, said West. Drop Me A Line...

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PAGE 10 Island Times May 11, 2012 LIVING BRINGS IT IN. WE TAKE IT OUT.Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner V-8 Powered Steam Clean Process Dont forget Call Dennis Remesch850-384-7607 www.denrem.com denrem@denrem.com Ready To Buy? Homes for Sale GULF BREEZE NAVARRE Brand new! Beautiful new soundfront community located just 3 miles west of the Bridge. Call for a personal tour! Stunning on Santa Rosa Sound. Your own beach with 1.73 acres. Build your dream home. $200,000. Owner will divide. Check out my other residential lot listings: Gulf Breeze addl locations Featured Listing Waterfront Lot Gulf Breeze Ahoy, Matey! Members of the Pensacola Pirates Masters Swim Team competed at National Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina, April in attendance. Pirates included (L to R): Bryan Baars, Kay Miller, Pensacola Margie Stone who won all her races and set a National Record in the 50 yard The quest for the oldest edition of The Islander Newspaper has ended. The old turns to gold for winner Diane Tyson who submitted her prized copy of the August 3, 1979 Islander Newspaper. year. Dianes children Daphne and Michelle Roberts were on the front page, so she archived it in a storage box, only to bring the tattered pages to the Island Times contest. She wins $50 cash to spend on dog biscuits for her pup or pizza for her grandkids. Congrats, Diane! Sandy Watkins, who has served millions of drinks on the Pensacola Beach, and stitched miles of costume satin for Beach Mardi Gras krewes, took a brief leave of her senses and moved to Ashville, North Carolina. She has returned home and is our second place finisher bringing a May 19, 1981 edition of The Islander Treasured Trash Becomes News Archivesto the contest. That edition was dedicated to the graduating class of and has a beautiful cover photo of Melissa Skaggs, whose last name is now Overlade. Sandy unpacking, she will bring more She takes home $25. Nasty John Thomas, romantic sap that he has always been, submitted a neatly folded page (not the whole paper) from the February 14, 1984 edition of The Islander containing a trilogy of love poems written by Donna from the publisher for donating a copy of Sandskrit, A Collection of Pensacola Poets Pensacola Beachs Nan Harper was the editor of this compilation of poetry. He searched a few shoe boxes and turned up a copy of The Pandhandler 1980, published by the University of West Floridas English Department. He designed the cover art. We will keep the two non-newspaper submissions in our archives, for the sake of posterity and romance. Free beer for Nasty. Kelli Gunter Moyer saved a copy of The Islander dated November 25, 1987. It had her brother Jacob and his classmates Abby Salter, Meagan Napier and Michael Connor on the cover, dressed as pilgrims and Indians. She submitted a photo copy of the front page, but we are hopeful that she will let go of the 15-year-old rag, soon. Kelli is a Beach School grad; and is currently the first grade teacher at the little school on the sand. Gift card for Kelli. Congratulations to the winof The Islander Newspaper in its tabloid format, Island Times will add it to the archive. Drop us a line islandtimes@bellsouth.net Gulf Coast Kayak Fishing Tournament anglers lined up at the weigh in Saturday, April 27 at Shoreline Park South in Gulf Breeze. (L to R) Joseph Willis, Jimmy Brewer weighed in King Mackerel and Spanish Mackerel. catch at Gulf Coast Kayak Fishing Tournament Saturday, April 27 at Shoreline Park South in Gulf Breeze. He had Chris Armstrong pound Spanish Mackerel at the Gulf Coast Kayak Fishing Tournament Saturday, April 27 at Shoreline Park South in Gulf in fourth place in that category. Coast Kayak Fishing Tournament Saturday, April 27. It was caught by Mark Mize.

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PAGE 13 Island Times May 11, 2012 Seeing Stars... your horoscope for next week Madame Astra Conveniently located at 913 Gulf Breeze Parkway Just across the Bob Sikes Bridge Conveniently located at 913 Gulf Breeze Parkway Harbourtown Shopping VillageBusiness After Hours PM The Harbourtown Merchants are hosting the Gulf Breeze Chambers Business After Hours and everyone is invited! Stroll along and meet each business owner. Refreshments provided.Ladies Quarter Arriba Salon and Day Spa Studer Group Prudential Insurance Bloom Spa Richard Cantin CPA Mary Lous Models DK Holdings Emerald Coast Rentals Aegean Breeze Restaurant Epoch Software Original Basket Boutique Trident Home Loans The Southern Touch Cleaning Service Romjue Advertising Unity Church Elite Repeats Presley McKenney & Associates Sprague Construction H&R Block Gulf Breeze News Nails by Lynn Brett DeutschArchitect John Merting Law Firm Ray Palmer Law Firm Shaffer Law-Patent Attorney Mayes Law Firm Complete General Contractors Gulf Coast Software ERA Legacy Realty Gulf Breeze Realty Mr. Tax/Carla & Co. J. Hall Magnacom,Inc. Merrie Lee Skin Care You are cordially invited to the Open everyday at 9 AM 850-934-3141 OPEN AIR DECK Overlooks Sabine Bay Free Sunsets Waterfront Location Next to the Yacht Club www.DalesBigDeck.com 715 Pensacola Beach Blvd at the Sabine Marina MAY 11 Crosstown,7:30 PM -11:30 PM 12 Civilized Natives, 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 13 Gary Talley and Friends 4 PM -8 PM 14 Tim Morgan Live 7 PM -10 PM 15 Dennis Gossman & Mike Sarra 8 PM -11 PM 16 Karaoke w/ Becky 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 17 Karaoke w/ Becky 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 18 Posi-Tones 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 19 Southern Breeze 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 20 Tomato and Dennis Gossman 4 PM -8 PM 21 Tim Morgan Live 7 PM -10 PM 22 Jeff Johnson & Dennis Gossman 8 PM -11 PM 23 Karaoke w/ Becky 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 24 Karaoke w/ Becky 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 25 Crosstown 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 26 Posi-Tones 7:30 PM -11:30 PM 27 Lektric Mullet 4 PM -8 PM Dales Big DeckARIES (March 21 to April 19) A stubborn refusal to go ahead on a project mystifies colleagues who expected more flexibility. But once you explain your position, they'll understand and even applaud you. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A relationship seems to be stuck in the same place. Now it's up to you, dear Bovine, to decide how far you want it to go and how intense you want it to be. Choose well and choose soon. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A relationship progresses more slowly than you would prefer. Best advice: Insist on a frank and open discussion. What is learned could change minds and, maybe, hearts. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) It's all right to be grateful to a workplace colleague who has done you a good turn. But gratitude shouldn't be a life-long obligation. The time to break this cycle is now. LEO (July 23 to August 22) It's going to be especially nice to be the King of the Zodiac at this time. A recent money squeeze eases. Plans start to work out, and new friends enter Your Majesty's domain. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Before you make a commitment on any level (personal, professional, legal), get all the facts. There might be hidden problems that could cause trouble later on. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Personal relationships improve. Professional prospects also brighten. A job offer could come through by month's end. An old friend seeks to make contact. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Your senses detect that something is not quite right about a matter involving a workplace colleague. Best advice: Follow your keen instincts and don't get involved. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A prospect offers rewards, but it also demands that you assume a great deal of responsibility. Knowing you, you're up to the challenge, so go for it, and good luck. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A favor you did a long time ago is repaid, as a trusted colleague steps in to help you with a suddenly expanded workload. A family member has important news. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A new job offer could require moving across the country. But before you let your doubts determine your decision, learn more about the potentials involved. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your sense of fair play doesn't allow you to rush to judgment about a friend who might have betrayed you. Good! Because all the facts are not yet in. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a romantic nature that allows you to find the best in people. You would excel at poetry and drama.Gulf Coasts Leader In Personality DJ Entertainment, Sound Stage & Lightingwww.boogieinc.com

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PAGE 14 Island Times May 11, 2012 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 __________________________ Pensacola Beach Condo 2-bedroom, 14th floor unit in Emerald Dolphin. $299,000. Call Jeremy Johnson, Island Realty, 850-377-3145 East Bay Waterfront home 2,485 sq.ft. with 102 feet on the bay. MLS listing # 402379 Call Linda Murphy, Keller Williams Realty 850-748-0865 __________________________ PENSACOLA BEACH CONDO with numerous upgrades and private parking. Gulf view (southwest), nicely furnished. Built-in patio grill, 1325 SF, Ready to live in or rent. $375K. 228-875-3676 or 228-324-9638. __________________________Real Estate For SaleCLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPensacola Beach Vacations Rentals. Call for the BEST RATES on Beachfront condos and beach Visit online gulfbluevacations.com __________________________ Real Estate For Rent Double Red: Water Closed to public Red: High hazard, high surf and/or strong currents Yellow: Medium hazard, moderate surf and/ or currents Green: Low hazard, calm conditions, exercise caution Purple: Dangerous marine life Surf FlagsCalendarMay 12 Free Concert, Boardwalk, Noon BonFireJam Concert. Tickets required. Casino Beach. Doors open at 11 a.m. May 12 SeaBuoy Race. Beach Yacht Club May 12 Civil War Presentation. Ft. Pickens 6 PM May 13 Symphony by the Sea. Concert. 7 p.m. Free May 15 COLORS. Holiday Inn Resort. 5-7 May 15 Bands on the Beach. 7-9 Gulfside Pavilion. Free. May 18 Star Gaze. Ft. Pickens. $8 to enter Park. No charge to gaze. Dusk. May 19 Pensacola Beach Triathlon. 7 a.m. Flounders. www.iamathlete.com May 19 Beach Mayor Bobs 85th Birthday Bash. Sandshaker. 3 pm. No charge May 19 Queen of Kings Fishing Tournament Weigh In Paradise. No charge. May 20 Fiesta of Five Flags Sandsculpture Contest, 2 p.m. Casino Beach. No charge to enter or cheer May 20 Elks Lodge BINGO. Open to public, 6 May 22 Bookmobile at Casino Beach, 10:30 am May 22 Bands on the Beach. 7-9 Gulfside Pavilion. Free. May 23 Santa Rosa Island Authority Meeting. 5 pm. Open to public. #1 Via de Luna May 25 Star Gaze, Casino Beach. No Charge. May 26 Star Gaze, Casino Beach. No Charge. May 28 Memorial Day May 29 Bands on the Beach. 7-9 Gulfside Pavilion. Free. June 1 First Friday, Boardwalk. 5:30 to 7:30. June 2 DeLuna Landing at Boardwalk, 3 pm June 2 Island Fights. MMA. Hilton. Ticket required. June 2 National Trails Day, Ft. Pickens. 7 pm June 13 Santa Rosa Island Authority Meeting. 5 pm. #1 Via de Luna. Open to the Public. June 22 Star Gaze, Casino Beach. No Charge. June 23-24 King Mackerel Weigh In. Flounders Beach. BEACH CHURCH BINGO 1st and 3rd Thursdays, Dinner $6 at 6. Bingo $20 at 6:30. www.thebeachchurch.com Swim Safety Four bedroom brick home 2,000 SF. Gulf Breeze Proper. Features a formal living room,dining room, family room, fireplace. Nan Harper, Island Realty, 850-293-9321 __________________________ New Construction. 3/3 Navarre. Soundfront community. $182,900. nis Remesch, Re/Max on the Coast, 850-384-7607. Vacation Rental Sabine Yacht and Racquet Club 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths. Gulf view October. www.vrbo.com/95159 Mention VRBO 95159 for Discount __________________________ NAME:_________________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________ CITY: ________________________________STATE: ___ ZIP: ______________ Be in the know! Have Island Times delivered to you! Send a check for $32 made payable to Shelley Ink Mail to: PO Box 844 Gulf Breeze, FL 32562-0844 Pssst . . if you want to be a wise guy about beach stu read Island Times Building Real Estate Sales Team to meet demand. dential Interview. Noel Faddis, RMI/Realty Marts. 850-932-5376 Plat O Fish He who Flounders a little, Flounders with the same wish as he who Flounders much, but with less power.

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Island Times PAGE 15 May 11, 2012FOR RESULTS Island Times Info 850-324-2667Downtown Pensacola Beach Weekly ScheduleMonday: Sandshaker, 7 PM Thursday: Paddy OLearys, 7 PM Saturday: The Dock, 2 PM Sunday: Paddy OLearys, 5 PM Texas Hold Em 4444 Fun Poker Hotline 324-2667 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 850-932-2323 Move In Specials Climate Controlled Self Storage Drive Up Access Boat Parking Moving & Packing Supplies 24/7 Digital Surveillance Safe, Clean & Secure Great Rates Professional Managementsmartstopselfstorage.com15 McClure Drive Gulf Breezeformerly Storage Advantage 850-473-1008 4300 Bayou Blvd DrTraceyPinkston.com Integrating traditional health management with natural and alternative approaches Dr. Tracey Pinkston Studio98HAIR DESIGNS 939-8800 Mon 9 to 5 Sat 10 to 5 offering Bare EscentualsFULL SERVICE HAIR SALONCall for easy directions from the beach studio98hairdesigns.com Gifts Galore! from Mermaids to Pensacola Beach souvenirs Blue Sky Gift Shoppe3479 Gulf Breeze Pkwy 850-932-7100 Tiger Plaza Next to Sonic MostlyBy Candace Segar & Marilyn Ott Free Gift with orders over $40Order by phone or online FREE DeliverySusan Haselton-Kelley 850-934-3865Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant www.MaryKay.com/shaselton The Art of Nature Collection Lush rainforests, vibrant coral reefs, glowing canyons all of natures beauty comes to life this season in lightweight, high-gloss, makeup thats fun with good-for-you botanicals like aloe and shea butter.MOTHERS DAY GIFTS!This is dedicated to all the beautiful Mothers in my life! There are some people in our lives who are unsung heroes. There are some women in our lives who are not biological mothers, but are mothers in the highest regard. This is a story about Amy R. Juengling who was a hero to the womens movechildren throughout her lifetime. Juengling was born in a time when women had few rights by todays standards including no right to vote. Juengling wanted to be a medical doctor, but due to circumstances beyond her control, this didnt happen. Instead she became a champion of womens and childrens rights. Amy Junegling lived in Eden, New York and joined the suffragette movement marching with other women into Washington, D.C. Some of the women were arrested, thrown into jail, beaten and tortured. She was one of those women. When Junegling was released, she was given a pin representing her commitment to womens rights. The pin resides to this day with her niece, Dorothy Smith in Eden, New York. It is important to note that on August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was passed stating the following: The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state on account of sex. We have those women to thank, many of them mothers, for risking their lives to secure our right to vote. Now with this major accomplishment behind her Amy R. Juengling ran for a seat in the House of Representatives in the 42nd Congressional District of New York in 1924. Her party ist. She earned 2,778 votes losing to James M. Mead (Democrat) who had 28,152 votes. This did little to dampen her spirits. She next put her energies and intellect into helping children gain a proper education using the Montessori technique. In order to continue helping children, she decided to purchase her parents home which was next to her house. With this added space she opened up the Daffodil Home which was a day care center with a twist. Children could stay day and night and were well cared for in this environment. One night a father dropped off his kids because his wife had become chronically ill. The girl and boy never returned home. When they left the Daffodil House, they went on to college. The boy later became a doctor. That was the kind of had on children. I thought I would end this story with a quote from Amy Juenglings campaign: Let us have full recognition and participation of women with men in our government and co-operate to solve the problems of the home, of children, of food, and the affairs of government. Happy Mothers Day! Amy R. Juengling, 1924 PHOTO CREDIT: photo provided by Marilyn Ott and reproduced from Juengling campaign literature 1143 Gulf Breeze Pkwy 932-2565 3497 Gulf Breeze Pkwy 916-9437 www.xclean.net Welcome New Customers15 % OffJUST TO TRY US Gulf Breeze: 1143 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, 932-2565 Tiger Point: 3497 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, 916-9437 www.xclean.net WELCOME NEW CUSTOMERS Dry Clean, Laundry, Leather, Households Items Wash & Fold, Shoe Repair, Alterations FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICES 15% OFF Just To Try Us FREE Pick Up & Delivery Services Dry Clean, Laundry, Leather, Household Items Wash & Fold, Shoe Repair, Alterations

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Island Times PAGE 17 May 11, 2012 FLOUNDERS CHOWDER HOUSE 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 late night Dance all night on Flounders beach to the most popular bands from across the south. beautiful Pensacola Beach, 850-932-2003 CRABS WE GOT EM 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, Alaskan Snow, King them all! We 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 Band. MCGUIRES IRISH PUB One of Americas great steakhouses; proudly serving USDA mans bouillabaisse, Corned Beef and Cabbage 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 hanging from the and warm and friendly service by Employees who Give a Damn! Visit our on-site brewery and the OTolf Wine Cellar featuring the Artist Series. Featured on NBCs Today Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magazine Hall of Fame Member. 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Open 10 am 3 am. 850-932-2211. www.sandshaker.com 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. and Dinner everyday. Sandwiches. Salads. Fresh Catch Shrimp Salad. Happy Hour Monday and Wednesday. Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Open 7 days. 850-916-5087. PEGLEG 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 overlooks Dinner specials nightly. Sizeable sandwiches and burgers a t-shirt. Were here everyday at 11. 932-4139. www.peglegpetes.com BAMBOO WILLIES BEACHSIDE BAR bar serving your favorites. Specialty Fat Tuesday frozen drinks like the Octane on stage. Bikini contests. Crawday afternoons. Willies Wear Gift Shop. Waterfront on Santa cated at the Boardwalk. 850-916-9888. www.bamboowillies.com SABINE SANDBAR Cool place for cool people. 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Island Times MAY 11, 2012 PAGE 18 Turtle TRAX By DJ Zemenick A female loggerhead swims along the shoreline, patiently waiting for darkness to settle around the dunes, signaling it is safe for her to come ashore. Many years ago she emerged from a nest on this very beach. She had been a tiny hatchling then, barely weighing an ounce. Now, a young adult and ready to 200 pounds, but still far shy of the 350-400 pounds she may be someday. It takes twenty years for a loggerhead to reach sexual maturity, so perhaps she hatched in the summer of 1992; the very same summer Gulf Islands National Seashore initiated their new sea turtle program. The small group of Park employees and volunteers were eager to participate and be turtle nest that year. They were also excited at the possibility of observing what was known as a boil, something that many had only read about: the moment when a hundred or so hatchlings come spilling out of their nest in a burst of energy, escaping the dark, cramped area which conThat summer and each summer since, patrollers have surveyed the beach for large tracks which lead them to new nests and checked for signs of predation around those being monitored. Nests that are well placed on the shore and positioned high above the tide line are generally safe, except during storms; therefore they do not have to be relocated. Those likely to wash out may be moved to higher ground, but under time constraints. An embryo, which attaches to the inner membrane of its egg within hours of being laid, can be destroyed by rotation or any jostling. Relocation is a very delicate process. Approximately sixty days after discovering a nest, patrollers the hatchlings are poised just below the surface, resting and waiting for the sand to cool as the night temperature drops. It is signal they instinctively recpush above ground. Nest-sitters, meanwhile, have smoothed out ruts and swept aside clumps of seaweed between the nest and the Gulf. The deep, angled tunnels created by ghost crabs have been filled in with sand. Crafty crustaceans which once found hatchlings easy prey, now find themselves hindered from making a meal of the tiny turtles. Everything possible is done to keep the endangered hatchlings safe as they run a dangerous gauntlet from their nest to the sea, their true home. Years later, a female hatchsurvives to adulthood will return to her natal beach to lay nests of of motion she displays in the sea will fall away when she comes ashore. Gravity weighs heavy on her body as she slowly pulls herself onto the beach. Once she out a body pit, and then uses her chamber. She lays her leathery eggs and covers them deeply in the sand to disguise, protect, and keep them warm, for once she to the nest again. For the next 60 days, except for the watchful eye of patrollers and sitters, the nest is left on its own. At the end of that time, the tiny creatures break free of their shells, only to buried alive, struggling upward, propelled by a primal urge to reach the sea. Twenty years of sea turtle of conservation; how much difference have we made? Will we see an uptick in nests again this year? Have our actions helped increase the number of those who survive to adulthood? We may soon have some answers, but regardless, we will still be waiting to help those that return. For up to two weeks after breaking through the shell, a hatchling subsists on a small amount of yolk sac which it has internalized from its egg. It is what nourishes them during their dig to the surface and the days that follow in a swim frenzy as their instincts make them frantic to reach deeper water where they are less vulnerable to predators. The sex of a sea turtle embryo is determined by the temperature during incubation. Cooler temps produce more males and warmer temps produce more females. Use the phrase Cool dudes/Hot chicks to help you remember. Till next time, Lights Out! Yancy Spencer III Memorial Paddle OutSurfers gathered on Pensacola Beach, west of the Pier, Saturday, May 5 at 10 a.m. for a paddle out to honor Yancy Spencer III, who passed away last year. After ceremonies on the shore, attendees Innerlights JB Schluter stands near the photo of Yancy Spencer greeting surfers prior to the paddle out. Mark Anderson arrives at the memorial, ready to pay his respects. Pensacola Beach resident and long time surfer Freddy Esposito makes his way out in the Gulf. Yancy Spencer, IV, rides a wave into the beach after the paddle out honoring his father. JB Schulter, left, accompanies his sister-in-law Lydia Spencer, Yancys widow, to the Beach after the memorial paddle out. Happy Hour 49 Via de Luna 916-9808 PaddyOLearysIrishPub.com Authentic Irish Pub Texas HoldEmSPORTS!All The Games! recycle share this newspaper with a friend

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Island Times PAGE 19 May 11, 2012 readin the water readin the water Saltwater Rick appointed lady angler Terri McKamey to write his column this week. 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 HOBIE CATS SAIL AWAY PONTOON BOATSHOURLY/DAILY WAVERUNNERS FAST & FUN Rentals Include: All safety gear Expert instruction Ask about eco kayak tours paddle boardsNEW! Video Your Vacation. Waterproof Cam850-932-5520 www.KeySailing.com OPEN 9 to 6weather permittingJust another beautiful day in paradise and it looks like it's going to be a great month. Congrats to D Wall on his Cobia catch. So far he is still the man to beat on the Gulf Pier. The Spanish and King Mackerel are really starting to come in. You just have to love this weather; May has arrived with great word has it that big Trout are on the dock lights In Pensacola Bay, Spanish Mackerel are thick along with sacola Pass you can still catch Just off our beaches near the surf, Jack Crevalle are still around as are schools of Reds; you just have to cruise near the sand bars looking for the schools. Perdido Key is the place if you want Pompano and Whiting. Early morning is the time to hit this beautiful stretch of beach; hot, hot. For Specks try the grass a bit sluggish, maybe they were feeding during that bright moon all night. Anyway, I landed ten to twelve in the seventeen to twenty two inch range. Amberjack are starting to and White and Red Snapper (don't touch these guys, not yet; the 2012 recreational Red Snapper season in Gulf of Mexico state waters will be June 1 through July 10, a total of 40 days). Gulf Red Snapper stocks are rebuilding their numbers, but the stock needs higher numbers of Snapper are estimated to live in the current stock are only a few to rebuilding the population because older female Red Snapper produce more eggs than younger season in Gulf state waters and maintaining consistency with the federal season will help continue to rebuild Red Snapper populations so that more Red Snapper sible in the future. The month of May will be you guys waiting for? Grab a kid Paradise Bar and Grills Cobia Phobia Tournament winner Brianne Stanley, left, with her 40.05 aboard the See Ya Later II. Pomp Anglers Battle For Bigger BiteGulf Breeze Bait and Tackle announced that there is still time to enter their Pompano Tourney. The leaderboard changed on April 20 with Huy Hoang posting a 4.91 pound Pomp to take the top spot. For more information, go online to www.gbtackle.com. MON: 10 AM -Close Half Price Drinks/Shots for BARE Customers. Poker, 7 PM. Trivia, 9pm $2 TUES: 10 AM -Close $2 Wine/Beer/Well. Karaoke 8 PM WED: Ladies Nite. 5 PM -Close $2 Wine/Beer/Well. Mike Jencks Band, 8:30 PM 7 PM -Close 1/2Price Drinks w/Shaker Shirt. Rez plays 8:30 PM SUN : 9PM TIL KARAOKE & MUSIC W/DJ VIC Shaker salutes...Moms, Military & MusicMarine Aviation Tower Fundraiser Sat, May 12Noon to 4 pm Gary Talley Band Krewe of Brewe BBQ proceeds to Tower Fund Sandshaker.com 731 Pensacola Beach Blvd across from Boardwalk 850-932-2211 Fri, May 11, 9 PM -1 AM The Blue Party Sat, May 12, 9 PM -1 AM Gravy Flavored Kisses Sun, May 13, 4-8 PM Celebrate Mothers Day with The Mainstream Fri & Sat, May 18-19, 9 PM -1 AM Trunk Monkey Sun, May 20, 4-8 PM Mike Jencks Band Every WeekendLIVE MUSICSomethings always Shakin

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