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Island Times Volume IX, Number 2 Pensacola Beach, Florida May 14, 2013 Mission: Fishing Knell Pairs Beach Chamber And Enlisted Ranks For Military Fishing Expedition !"#$$ "% & Entertainer on Pensacola Beach. Retired United States Marine Corps Major Jim Knell, right, founder and organizer of the Militar y Fishing Expedition, discusses % $'"(&)*+#--/5//$ 6678 $$8% "(97"97 #-$((: $"% !"('$-(

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PAGE 2 Island Times May 14, 2013 Published every other Tuesday SHELLEY W. JOHNSON, PUBLISHER !" ###$islandtimes@bellsouth.net www.MyIslandTimes.comNo portion of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Island Times "%$& !'"($ a memory that lasts a lifetime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rees Achieves Command Sergeant Major Rank'"!'11%'$1"!$ 8'$"2$'"$1$%$"% $'"''$"$68''"% *'&$+!') !'5"&!'11"'&$"% !'$1'&6 8')'" *'!!'*'B$*"$"%%$(! .$'6 8!$$!')%!$"< 511$"%4($".$/ !#!##'%9' &$$'"!''$"$ 7$'"$$%6 ;'! "$' +!"$"%!+$ % I sland Times 11"%.$ !*B$"%$$!' $1'!1"6Command Sergeant Major Matthew Drees

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Island TimesPAGE 3Forever ...Barefoot on the BeachAs a tribute to Jane Waters who passed away January 10, 2012 Island Times will continue to run some of Jane’s favorite columns for your enjoyment May 14, 2013 Our latitude will change your attitude +;7";;' 9))<)'=>=??#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 9 3 4 3 6 6 0 "#""$" WINGS49Every Thursdayc Monday Cajun Nite Tuesday Surf and Turf Wed Mexican Madness Specials Tues: %&" of Wine Wed: !" Specials Thurs: !" Specials T u e s d a y S u r f a n d T u r f T u e s d a y S u r f a n d T u r f W e d M e x i c a n M a d n e s s W e d M e x i c a n M a d n e s s All Sports Always On Pensacola Beach ChurchBINGO each month @ 6:30 p.m. $20 Dinner available for sale beginning at 6 p.m. www.thebeachchurch.com &@$$A May 25, 1990 Just in time for Memorial Day Weekend, I present to you, “Jane’s Jeopardy.”1. Great Beach resident was Navy Commander in World War II 6*"$"91'$"F $(*!'! has 45 stars 3. Attorney who served in VietNam 4. Beach lady whose flag has been stolen and replaced more often than any other person 5. Former Air Force pilot who is a civic leader on Pensacola Beach 6. Flag which flew over the White House in Washington belongs to this beach group. 7. Organization which holds a Flag Day presentation every year 8. Direct descendant of Civil War '"!>+91& 9. Korean War veteran who was a Navy Commander 10. Beach chef who serves breakfast to most veterans 11. Former Marine who preaches, $!F '$"%$&1' 12. Islander columnist who writes, “Vibes for Vets.” 13. Pretty wife of World War II F &'"($ 14. Former Navy Lieutenant turned stage manager 15. Beach girl who always wears a silver POW braceletAnswers1. Who is John Carter? 6E!'0'1>'(+&H 3. Who is Barry “The Bear” McCleary? 4. Who is Ann Stierlen? 5. Who is Amos Leighton? 6. Who is the Pensacola Beach Elementary School? 7. Who is the Elk’s Lodge? 8. Who is Col. William Clayton? 9. Who is Morrie Drees? 10. Who is Joy Anderson? 11. Who is Pastor Jack Forest? 12. Who is John T. Barnes? 13. Who is Nell Britson? 14. Who is Joyce Manning? 15. Who is Andrea Brunt? Strategy. Grit. Nerves of steel. All good traits for a soldier or a poker player. Texas Hold ‘Em 4444 Fun would like to salute those who have served at the Military Appreciation 4444 Fun Texas Hold ‘Em Tourney, Monday, May 20 at the Sandshaker Lounge. The $!F $"%%$*'+ at 7 p.m. 4$*$>'<3%)" who is the Beach’s poker promoter, noted that many of his weekly poker players are prior military or have military family members. “As I started thinking about the composition of our poker family, I realized that we should be celebrating during Military 9'$'"."!=$'%3% )"6:;$'$!$' and want to honor those who have served.” Everyone is welcome to play, but former, retired and active duty military will receive complimentary seats at the poker table, a chance to win prizes and are encouraged to sign up. The games are for fun, so players only need a basic knowledge of the game. “Our dealers are always ready to help someone who has a question or needs a little help with !F *+'"(%'"(! "$1"=$'%3%)"6 “Don’t let a lack of expertise keep you from joining us. We have a lot of fun.” The regular season Texas Hold ‘Em 4444 Fun games are contested four times per week. The player who accumulates the most wins is crowned the Player of the Month. April’s title belongs to Beach resident and Pensacola State College Professor Deb Friedman. It is Friedman’s second such honor. :;*$$ (!'(!! end of the month with Terri McKamey and Tex Atkinson try'"($B+D! places and two second places,” $'%3%)"6:.'! ('1<%! "$$+ on April 29 at the Sandshaker, which secured Deb’s place in the champion’s circle.” The results follow:*D"April 1: Tex Atkinson, winner; Jon Woodham, runner-up April 8: Mike Wood, winner; Jon Deb Friedman, runner-up April 15: Jason Bowen, winner; Sean Gough, runner-up April 22: Mike Wood, winner; Pete Falgout, runner-up April 29: Michelle Bourgeois, winner; Terri McKamey, runner-up May 6: Glenn Burleson, winner; James JT Taylor, runner-up98D8April 4: Tex Atkinson, winner; Jon Woodham, runner-up April 7: Chris McQueen, winner; Ted Gorder, runner-up April 12: Ted Gorder, winner; E$%B "% """ April 14: Chris McQueen, winner; Joey Hernader, runner-up April 18: Tex Atkinson, winner; Sean Gough, runner-up April 21: Deb Friedman, winner; Pam Gough, runner-up April 25: Justin Scher, winner; Jon Woodham, runner-up April 28: Ted Gorder, winner; E$%B "% """ May 2: Tootie Humphrey, winner; Donnie Beall, runner-up&>*April 6: Deb Friedman, winner; Terri McKamey, runner-up April 13: Terri McKamey, winner; Kelly Trout, runner-up April 20: Terri McKamey, win"J>'!$%"" April 27: Deb Friedman, winner; Terri McKamey, runner-up May 4: Mary Kay Wood, winner; Pete Falgout, runner-up"""%'"!(")$"

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PAGE 4 Island TimesMay 14, 2013 PEOPLE ? ? ??? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ??? ? ? ?? ? ? T ? ?? ?rivia? ?? ? m e as y ae ie, a a Play ay aes eseains 509322319 INN T 10 lida ea as ll eie en Ai G ee e lals ane in e sand Ea y e nd N Teas ld Em Pe Games in y a d SI Ty a ed e enees ams im alad 21 Via de Luna Pensacola Beach 850-916-5087 paradisebar-grill.com MAY 17 PIG PEN & THE PORK CHOPS, 6 PMMAY 18 PIG PEN & THE PORK CHOPS, 6 PMMAY 19 BISCUIT MILLER & THE MIX, 3 PMMAY 21 BISCUIT MILLER & THE MIX, 6 PMMAY 22 LEGENDARY MACHINE, 6 PMMAY 23 NICOLE HART, 6 PMMAY 24 30 X 90, 6 PMMAY 25 30 X 90, 6 PMMAY 26 BLUES JAM, 3 PMMAY 28 MOTOR CITY JOSH, 6 PM S May 1 1 n miss ds in Paadise Paradise salutes those who gave all. Memorial Day Monday May 27 G TTER Everyone knows the friendly couple, Wally and Linda Schiessl, who run the UPS store in downtown Gulf Breeze. Next time you '"%$(')!$!'(! )6 She just celebrated twenty years of being a non-smoker. Way to go Linda! AOY MATEY The Pensacola Beach Yacht Club accepted Kyle Gamble as a junior member and Ann Killough from Gulf Breeze as a full member. Pat Jackson from Gulf Breeze is a returning member. Yacht Clubbers will have a bright night sky under a full moon during their May 25 Memorial Day Race and Raft up in Santa Rosa Sound. AR TODAY ELPNG TOMORROW You may have seen Terese Overlade sporting a new summer hair length. She has been growing !(%"< )&$ she could be a donor for Wigs for Kids. Her donation will go to creating wigs for children whose hair has fallen out due to cancer treatments. ESSONE RTDAY When Mary Bessone celebrates her April 26 birthday, try to keep up if you can. She lunched with friends at Crab’s on Pensacola Beach and enjoyed a birthday celebration dinner with Jim and Lila Cox. Mary is a former Pensacola Beach resident who now resides in Pensacola. ONE FNE YEAR Jane and Jacob Mattina, Pass Christian natives, celebrated !' *%%'"($""')$& May 7, with a trip to Pensacola Beach. After lunch and cocktails at Shaggy’s, they lounged in Shaggy’s hammock for a while. M TREASRER Pensacola Beach’s Maddie Thompson will serve as the Gulf Breeze High sophomore class treasurer next year. Her constituent and neighbor Harry Hewson said she was hands down the best $"%1A$' %$"%'%$6 Kathy Christoff went to the Pensacola Symphony Rites of Spring concert and counted 84 musicians. So she submitted that as her answer to the last trivia question about how many total members comprise the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Peter Rubardt. In an effort to account for the uncounted she said she had enjoyed a few pre-concert cocktails. Sorry, KC, no sunshine for that band number. John O’Connor, Symphony marketing and development manager, says the magic number is 88. That’s the number the Trivia Master was looking for. Not all musicians perform during any (')""6,!* & )1$!.!D Day concert on Pensacola Beach. Answers arrived all at once, but did not hit the mark. Trivia Tim Pike guessed at 82. Close, but no shirt. Nikki Hill, a new trivia player sent her answer in the form of a question, “Is it 130?” It is not. The TM chuckled, and chalked it up to a rookie mistake. Gwen Foster should be a stand-up comedian, because she is not making a living at winning trivia contests. Her answer of 98 was wrong, but she said she could be a member of the percussion section after tapping a cadence onto her smart phone’s keyboard. When the Symphony adds a text tappers $&*'+ '"'"$" audition, Jersey Girl. Christine Cook was just four shy of a correct answer. The hard working volunteer at the Church, Chamber, Woman’s Club and Order of the Purple Heart should get an Atta Girl. Big Bob Dority did not have the correct number but he noted that the Symphony formed in 1926. He shifted to history professor mode and added that they played in the Saenger beginning in the 1980s. ‘Bout time for Big Bob to get a new shirt, so let’s see what he sends in next time. The Trivia Master is tired of the high brow questions and is heading right into the heart of the island with this one. He challenges all comers. He throws down the gauntlet to the beach family. Dost thou know who lurked in the Kingdom of the Sandspur back in the day? In 1996, a longtime Beach resident bemoaned the fact that the Wooly Booger had become an endangered species on Santa Rosa Island. He started an organization called the Wooly Booger Preservation Society. He and his wife were *11+6E!'!H An Island Times t-shirt to the "1$'! name to islandtimes@bellsouth. net. Remember your answer must be accompanied by your name and phone number. It’s about time for the Wooly Boogers to start rustling around and planning a Keep The Hurricanes Away Wooly Booger Bawl. So wake up Woolies. What’s the correct answer? Deadline to respond is Tuesday, May 21. The American Cancer Society and the Relay For Life Steering Committee would like to thank the Pensacola Beach community for supporting the April 12-13 Relay For Life on Pensacola Beach. Thanks to each participant, team and sponsor, more than $40,000 was raised in (!$($'"$"6 We would especially like to recognize our Top Fundraising Team, Connor’s Crusaders and our Silver Level Sponsor, the Santa Rosa Island Authority. We’re looking for dedicated individuals to join our Steering Committee. Please join us on Monday, June 3, 6 p.m. at the Santa Rosa Towers, Room 102 to learn more about Relay For Life 2014. SThe Pensacola Beach Woman’s Club has been celebrating since 1954 when they were founded by a few civic-minded, good time Beach gals. After wrapping up a very successful Card Party and Game Day fundraiser, the Club members shared best wishes at their April 18 meeting for the following birthday girls: Kim Harvell, BJ Gyoerkoes, Joanne Brooks, Debra Pitou, Nancy Teston, Ebba Dampier, Delores Gelfand, Edie Draper, Mildred Price, Pam Jewell, Diane Arnold, Orlena McKensie, Rosemary Crosby, Marie WLord and Louise Greenley. The traditional cake, singing and photos with the iconic Beach Woman’s Club Mermaid rounded out the festivities. The next meeting is Thursday, May 16 at 11 a.m. at the Beach Church Fellowship Hall. The Club will announce the recipients of their charitable giving campaign. For information on membership, please contact Membership Chairman Jane McGrath at robertdanmcgrath@aol.com or First Vice President Mary Ann Claus at 850-916-0455. Small in stature but big in talent, the students of Pensacola Beach Elementary School will present their annual Spring Fling Concert and Art Auction, Wednesday, May 15 at Flounder’s at 5 p.m. The singing Sandpipers under the direction of Music Teacher Mary Holway will perform on the Flounder’s stage at 5:30 p.m. Selections performed by individual grade levels include “Seasons of Love,” “Alle, Alle, Alle,” “Running,” “I Love Kids,” “I Can’t Really Teach But I’ll Try,” “Wigglin SSMy Toes in the Sand,” and “Hello Everybody.” The School Chorus has a number of varied pieces including, “You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone” and “Dynamite.” There will be an auction of special art projects created by each class. The auction begins at 5 and will end at 7:30 p.m. “Flounder’s is giving a portion of every meal purchased by PBES families to the school,” said Holway, “So come and eat dinner!” There is no charge to attend.

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PAGE 5 Island Times May 14, 2013 A draft Turtle Lighting Ordinance incubated for nine months *!'$'$11'$ $!%$"%"$') 1")'"1"$$"%'%" '$($1$""6 The result is a lighting ordinance *!'!*$$)%+&!4$"$ >$;$"%9!'&+$% $!'.$'"(6,! ordinance will come before the -$1+'$5"&$%51 1''""$$)$6 In addition to the eco-friend&$$"'"( $"%!$!'"('"$ lighting ordinance must be in $A$'&$1' "'!+$!6 9"$""$'(!'"()&' "%%+&-$1+'$5"& $"%4>;9$6'(!*!'! can be seen from the Gulf front beach will need to be shielded or extinguished during the Turtle 4$".$&#!(!+ #67*"'"/ 11&*'!!'(! '"($"%$%'$)$6 Residents and businesses who !$)"""1'"('(!!$) "'.$&##!$"(!' '(!6 $%.1+0$"'' &*!'$$%1'%$" *$$'$) this ordinance citing the undue +%"'$"!"' '$"%*!""&*$"$ '""%+"'%%64! %$'"%&'(!'"( "+$+'!%6 -$1+'$5"&K,'1B$& 1'"%%!$%!$"& '(!)''+1!" beach must be dimmed and that line of sight changes due to dune $"%!'(!6 "$$$!9%)$ $!<,&"$'% !$%:E!$)!+& in from the large commercial $!%$"%!'%"6; %"K*!&!''")'$6 E%!$)$!("%1 %$'"$+!'6= $%.1+B$)$) <'!'1'"$ )!%'"$""%!$ !5$'"$!$<'"(*' +%*'!'(!$' $1$"%$%$& $"%+'"%&6 ,!")'"1"$!1 "'"%*!"!$%$ )%E'%"$!' create and install the signs for the '"'"!4$"%-,$'6 The signs should be installed +0&$%'"(4' >+'!$-6E6<9 '$*!'4>;9$%$("&6 $%$)$$"'" terlocal agreement with Escambia 5"&$"%$$;95!$' 1$",!1$5$1$"$$'%' *$$"<1'"( ""'"('"&65!(!' *$$'"!+'K '(!(')'"!$%6 5A%!$!'+ %'%$!"4>;951 1'1'"(6 The Committees will meet E%"%$&.$&$616 '"!+$%1$M#?'$% "$6,!1'"($" !+' 9("%$$$)$'$+"'" $***6'$F$616 ,!4$"$>$;$"%9 !'&($)!("'(! $')'&"""%% /6$!'B' B)1"$4)' "%!/!$% $!.$'"("$ $)$6,!/$ '@#6 The list includes resurfacing $+'+$<+$%%( '"('4$+'"5!$""$' '"('%*$<*!'!""! !"!'$"%$'"( the curbing around the Public 4$&+'%'"($5$'"$! *!!'%*$
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PAGE Island Times May 14, 2013 aii peas, porridge and a dry martini 5021242Owner Peggy Henshall is ready to keep you in stitches!anieym anieyyamnames, logos, custom artsmall or large quantities Marias 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 fro the each aiva Serving Breakfast and Lunch Award winning service... iaTarr mens nil eals Tar LindaMurphyRealtor@bellsouth.net www.pensacolagulfbreezehomes.com independently owned and operated Perfected in 1957, after 23 years of trial and error by Grandma Dorothy. Great as a saladslaw dressing and as a marinade. Available at Apple Market and Joe Patti’s.Lord, it’s good to be home! After spending more than two weeks in Tampa which is located in the Eastern Time one, I found one more reason why I am so happy here. Most of you know by now that I’m not a morning person. Well, it comes an hour earlier over there! It felt a lot earlier than that. Life is so much better in Paradise. I know that I am where I’m supposed to be. I have found my one. I am also very happy to report that while the road was sometimes rocky, I managed to return Lois Jernigan safely home. Well, I did threaten her once on the way home that if she had hair I would pull it out. Y’all might think that’s a little harsh, but Lois and I both laughed. She is staying with her brother, Aaron Davis while she continues to recuperate. Give her a call, she’ll be happy to hear from you. Some of the biggest rocks for me of course, were those early morning appointments. But I have to say I was very impressed with Lois’ Special Team at Mof5$"5"6,!&* great and it was evident that they care deeply for their patients. Lois and I also managed to bring a bit of the Island to them. One of Lois’ technicians was a lovely lady with a British accent and every time she came in, she wanted to hear more about the Beach’s SOBs. It sounded so special when she said it with that wonderful accent! I learned that I am not good at “driving” wheelchairs. Thank God you don’t need a license for those things. Lois was in the chair when I drove her into more than one wall. We had to warn anyone within a six foot radius that I was dangerous. I think that was when Lois decided she would be safer with the walker, Gertrude. We could safely navigate the “Green Mile” which was the distance from the elevator to our hotel suite with !F )%'"("$6 Lois and I were unable to at"%!5'"B.$&')' ties in Mexico Beach this year. *$"+$!5$( By the Sea next year for sure! We could tell they missed us when Paulette Provost called us on Saturday night at 10. Again, Eastern Time and was completely coherent. That might be the eighth great wonder of the world. I know we missed a bunch of good stuff happening here since I received daily e-mails from Shelley Johnson. As much as I missed home and being in my own special zone I know it doesn’t even come close to what our military personnel experience every single day while serving in a foreign land. I will never forget the tears running down my Daddy’s face as my brother Danny boarded the plane that began his tour of duty in Viet Nam. He was barely 18 and I was not yet a teenager. I understood the fear my Mom and Dad felt because the reality was that might be the last time we ever saw him. I now understand that for Daddy it was even worse because he had served overseas in World War II and he knew exactly how war felt. He knew the fear and loneliness that can make your heart grow sick from missing home, family and all the familiar faces and places. Growing up in rural Georgia, your world was your home and family. To be in a strange land with people whose language you do not speak nor understand is as far from home as you’ll ever get. And yet we were among the lucky because my Dad and my brother came home safely. The scars they brought with them were not visible to the naked eye but carried deep inside. And no one gets through war without scars. Don’t let the politicians fool you and don’t let them get away with not caring for our Military personnel and their families. When women rule, there will be no more War. We’ll just force any enemy to spend the day with our two-year-old toddlers and our obnoxious teenagers. If they can survive that without breaking, then we don’t have enough ammunition anyway. I hope every Veteran, past and present is honored during this month of Military Appreciation. They are the reason our 5"&'!($$" Earth. Don’t believe it? Try another country. I have a Facebook friend in Venezuela who tells me their politicians constantly spread propaganda that Americans are their enemy. He asked me to spread the message that they do not believe their politicians. We are the same people wanting the same thing: the ability to take care of our families in peace and prosperity, to be able to help each other in times of need, to have joy, happiness and most of all the freedom to thank God. So I ask God to Bless America, our Veterans and families, and our friends in foreign lands! Let’s cook.. Patriotic Curry Shrimp 1 cup uncooked rice 2 Tbsp. canola oil 1 lb. medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 cup red bell pepper, chopped 1 Tsp. minced garlic 1 Tsp. curry powder 2/3 Cup milk 2 Tsp. cornstarch 1 cup purple asparagus or peppers, chopped 5<'$%'"( package directions. Add oil to a large nonstick skillet. Add shrimp, bell pepper, garlic and curry powder cook and stir over medium-high heat until shrimp begins to turn opaque approx. 1'"N651+'"1'<$"% cornstarch in small bowl until smooth stir into skillet with !'169%%$$$(65< and stir 2-3 minutes until thickened. Serve over rice. Enjoy, don’t forget to share and thank a Veteran! See ya in the kitchen Navarre Beach Gets Notable Talent At First Ever Songwriters FestivalNavarre Beach joins the list of waterfront locations to host a Songwriters Festival. The event, hosted May 17-19 at Juana’s, the Pier, Helen Back and East River Smokehouse, is being produced by Pensacola Beach resident Bubba Bechtol. Perdido Key has the longstanding Frank Brown Festival and Pensacola Beach’s Songwriter’s Festival is a crowd pleaser and is rapidly becoming $!$1$<)"%'"(! week of October. Meet the writers and enjoy intimate concert settings. Entertainers at the Navarre Songwriters Festival include Andy Velo, ""5">$%' Dan Demay, Dickie Brown, Hooks, Jim Parker, Ricky Lee, Robert Wayne, Run Away Home and Steve Hall. There will be a total of 21 shows performed on six different stages. ,!7$)$$!5!$1 ber will host a Music in the Park free concert from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, May 16 which will serve as a kick off to the Festival.

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Island Times PAGE May 14, 2013 Jennifer Byrom, P.A. !The hiring of a layer is an iportant decision that should not e ased solely upon advertiseents &"!$*$!$&""&"#$$"+$,-".Tr irar i air916-9000 Blue Sky Gift Shoppeeed e ee i e ae R e ni G5H!"7L9*;O/6HG-65?// T. BBBA BECT PCTN i Een !"#$%&'()&esial eins *+,/,334,:3$;);?@ A,,334,:3$;);?@ C,:,:3$;);<:%==>?@ The Beach Church is turning their campus at Via de Luna and Avenida 18 into a Community Flea Market and Festival, Saturday, June 8 from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. If you are looking for trinkets and treasures, you are in luck. Sheila Speirs, one of the organizers, says, “There will be a wide range of great stuff at very reasonable prices.” Booths will contain new and second-hand merchandise, previously read books, collectibles, arts and crafts and gently used furniture. “We are opening this event to vendors and all individuals who wish to participate,” said Speirs. The charge to reserve a space is $20 and vendors are responsible for providing all their own tables and operational materials. Organizers encourage sellers to set up shade tents, umbrellas and canopies. Refreshments will be for sale. The menu includes shaved ice, grilled hot dogs and hamburgers and homemade baked goods. In an effort to assist those less fortunate, organizers have requested that guests bring canned goods, which will be donated to a local food bank. If you wish to reserve a space or make a donation, please call Sheila Speirs at 850-982-2266 or email Lynne Compton at LynneCompton@yahoo.com."##$%% &'!#( Beach News To Go www.myislandtimes.com ... new mobile version

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PAGE Island Times May 14, 2013 The Colonel, my husband, is the only person I know to have beaten Jane Waters, my mother, in Scrabble. It was in the summer of 1989 and NCAA Division I pride was on the line. The University of Miami Hurricane vs. the University of Missouri Tiger. In the end, the U English Lit major took down the Mizzou J-School grad. She never asked for a rematch and he never offered to play her again. During this one and only match, I kept scouring the dictionary, not to see if their words were Scrabble legal, but to enrich my vocabulary because one day I knew the Colonel would look at me and ask, Scrabble, sweetheart? It would have been a wiser move to read The Art of War or Small Wars Manual. My mother was never one to shy away from competition, especially one that involved brain power, but after "($1!(%!*$ being outmaneuvered by battlefield like tactics. The Colonel strategically landed his tiles in order to maximize his points while securing a perimeter that ensured his opponent would not be able to access the triple word or double letter blocks. Unlike my mother, I have been Scrabble humiliated by the Colonel on numerous occasions. I have only won once, but mostly I get crushed like a soda can headed for the recycle bin. So you can an imagine my shock and awe, when the Colonel, who is a self-proclaimed Scrabble purist, embraced Words With Friends. Words, for short, is an electronic word game developed by ynga and has been around since 2009. It can be played on a plethora of devices that use either Android, Windows or an iOS operating system. I like to call it Scrabble Lite because only two players can compete against each other, though an individual can be involved in up to 20 games at a time. Plus it accepts many words !$*%+F'<%'(!$ Scrabble board. I had to wonder '1&4$++$'"$%*$ already going soft in his early days of retirement. ;"'%$!*$$& ing against our nephew, Jeremy Johnson. The Colonel would mutter something under his breath like thats not even a word or I cant believe he played that. With any given game in the beginning, it was a 50-50 chance as to who was going to win. I knew beers were on the line and after weeks of play, they met up at the Break to settle up. I made a mental note that the Colonels wallet didnt leave his pocket. However, for all the games the two of them had played, Jeremy had held his own against the Colonel. So I downloaded the app onto my iPhone and sent out the initial challenge. We agreed that we would only play Scrabble legal words -the Hasbro Treaty. 9!"%!1$!; was convinced there was something wrong with my operating system and I am not referring to my phone. Then some time around the third or fourth game, I couldnt make a word. My brain had gone AWOL and my tiles were retreating from the front line. And then it happened, I just started randomly placing tiles and submitting nonsensical words, at least to me, until the little icon accepted something. Sora? Whats a sora? he asked. Its a bird, I replied feeling like I had just been interrogated and thanking my lucky stars that O#N;!$)*'$"%ON%''" The Lizzards Tongue ...........aie leanian liae aes esn aied n ensala ea in a ae e and aees se e e ses se as ened i Te lnel and Te id lie emanenl n e eaary.com is already an app on my phone. Thats a proper noun. Well Words With Friends accepted it, so there. E!$!$16;!$%'$& disregarded the Hasbro Treaty and since then have paid dearly for my misguided actions. To date, that was the one and only Words With Friends game I have won. As for the retired Colonel, he hasnt gone soft. He has just added to his arsenal of words of mass destruction. Until next time...by elizabeth hewsonMembers of the Gulf Breeze Book Club invite bookworms and casual readers to their next regular monthly meeting. Monday, May 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Pensacola Beach Elks Lodge. “We will be discussing four works by an author considered to be one of the greatest writers of short stories, Anton Chekhov,” said the Book Club’s Donna Jones. “Gooseberries, The Darling, An Artists Story, and The Check Out ChekhovLady with the Dog are the titles.” Everyone is welcome to attend. The meeting is held in the !'%F1'"(1$! Elk’s Lodge on Pensacola Beach Blvd. If you are interested in attending and do not have access to the stories, please contact Jones at donnaljones@hotmail.com to receive copies of them via email. Any questions may be directed to Jones at 850-932-8620.

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PAGE 9 Island Times May 14, 2013 premier dolphin cruise pensacola beach, florida www.pensacoladolphincruise.com PH / 866.976.2572 FACEBOOK / pensacoladolphincruiseBook online or call today! All cruises depart from behind the Boardwalk on Pensacola Beach Computer epair in our ome www.ycpals.com joe@ycpals.com It’s like stepping back in time. Company C, 3rd U.S. Infantry soldiers march across the parade ground at Ft. Pickens during the Memorial Day Commemoration, Monday, May 27 beginning at 9:30 a.m. The event features a living history encampment where guests are allowed to speak with the soldiers and see real life displays from the 1860 to 1865 time period. Uniformed re-enactors will post the colors and perform a “retreat” ceremony at 9:30 a.m. with additional activities at noon and 5 p.m. They form and march to the beat of their drummer across the parade ground and climb the stairs to the flag area. Commanders give the signal for the flag to be raised or retired and the soldiers ceremoniously follow the orders. The re-enactors group is comprised of a number of men and their sons along with wives and daughters. The soldiers will perform Company Drill demonstrations at 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The ladies, who are dressed in big hoop skirts and bonnets set up tables with games, toys and other artifacts of daily life in the 1860s. They are well-versed and are available to share the stories of the time. There is no charge to spectate at the Commemoration ceremonies, but there is an $8 per car charge to enter the Fort Pickens Area.Fort Offers istoric PrograHands Across the Sand will take place beginning at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 18 at Casino Beach. The event is hosted by 350 Pensacola in an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of offshore drilling and call on leaders to end America’s oil dependence and to move to a clean energy future. Everyone is invited to arrive before 11:30 a.m. to enjoy the sounds of Sassafrass. Jo Billups and Karen Harvill form the folk duo Sassafras and will play at the Gulfside Pavilion. At noon, participants will join hands for 15 minutes to form a line along the Gulf front beach. The local effort is a part of a global schedule of events. All are encouraged to walk, bike or paddle to the event, carpool or use mass transit. There is no charge to attend and participate. Dress appropriately for the weather. For more information, call Elaine Sargent at 850-572-7230, or email 350pensacola@gmail. com or visit www.handsacrossthesand.com.Event Organiers As Pulic To oin ands Across The Sand ea l send ades adaed, ded and emed Tea s, Amelia edelia as an ea ain in e Ail 2 emane ae as memes Aiden e, le, and Mell in layed Amelia edelia in as is e enie send ade lass ea l send ades eeied idane and msial am animen m Amanda ie Edain a Pensala ea, Ed aela, an amanis Pensala ea, and is dae liia din ei ea emane Ail 2 a e ea

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PAGE 10Island TimesMay 14, 2013 all ennis emes 50340 denemm denemdenemmaT ? oes for Sale GLF REEE 43 209900 21 99900 NAVARRE rand ne eautiful ne soundfront counity located just 3 iles est of the ridge 33 12900 Call for a personal tour nnin n ana sa nd n ea i 13 aes ild y deam me 10,000 ne ill diide Chec out y other residential lot listings: Gulf reee /"&"*0* 123"04* 12"0* 1"0* addl locations 3"0* 1"03* eaed isin aen Gl eee www.PensacolaMESSHall.org 1-877-YES-MESS Callor visit MATH, ENGINEERING, SCIENCE & STUFF AllHands-On Science! Why TriI have worked out for most of my life, it seems, and I eventually took up running in the early 1980s. I was very serious about it and for two years I ran 4-5 days a week. Almost every weekend I competed in a local race or in nearby cities. One day, like Forrest Gump, I just stopped. I wasn’t tired. I wasn’t hurt. I wasn’t bored. I just didn’t want to run any more. Almost two decades passed and in early 2001, I decided I was going to start running triathlons. I had always been intrigued with the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii and I watched the dramatic race on television every year. I clearly remember the great triathletes Dave Scott and Mark Allen battling it out in !2"$$)$ %$"%!'1$( of the young Julie Moss crawling bravely to the Finish Line is still imprinted in my memory. One of the most renowned events in the country, the Santa Rosa Island Triathlon SRITRI, is held every fall on Pensacola Beach. Over 1,000 athletes are challenged by a scenic course that includes a 600 yard swim in the warm, blue-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico, an 18 mile bike ride east into the National Seashore area and a 3.1 mile run through the quaint, residential neighborhoods. I determined the SRITRI was going to be my target race. I started training in March and there were only three problems: I couldn’t really swim, I had a hybrid, fat-tire bike that I rarely rode and I wasn’t running at all. It all seemed to make sense in my mind. I bought swimming goggles and drove to the pool at the University of West Florida. Slipping into the cold water, I adjusted my goggles and pushed off from the side of the pool taking in huge gulps of air as I swam to the other side 25 yards away. I arrived there, completely hyperventilated, and wondered how I was going to get back. My initial experiences with riding and runy ales Geen SAT 5",6"" Santa Rosa sland TriathlonNever Hurts To Tri ning were similarly successful, but I pressed on. Mere Mortals is a training group that meets weekly throughout the summer at the Casino Beach Pavilion. They taught me the invaluable skills of swimming and biking in large groups, but most of my training was done alone. It was just me and the waters and roads of beautiful Santa Rosa Island as I developed my endurance. >$%$& "$&$1$"% I was completely over-trained. Taut as a piano wire and anxious about how the race would unfold, I carefully racked my modest bike and equipment. I walked out onto the gleaming white sand and felt it crunch like sugar under my feet. It was 6 a.m., the top of the sun had barely crept over the horizon and the Gulf was crystal clear as the current was moving relentlessly from west to east. A great adventure was about to begin. ay 1, AMPensacola Beach Triathlon Swim 3 yards Flounders Bike 1 miles un 3.1 miles Post ace Party Flounders ct. Santa osa sland Tri Casino Beach www.sritri.orgBeach Trolleys Ready To RollTrolley Times Includes Routes and RidesThe colorful Beach trolleys will begin to roll Friday, May 24. The free service is offered compliments of the Santa Rosa Island Authority from 4 p.m. to midnight, everyday until Labor Day. Beach residents will receive a copy of Tlle Times in their mailboxes. The publication, which includes a comprehensive map and trolley tracking information, will be available for pick up at Beach businesses, rental of$"%!?''D;"1$'" Center all summer long. Tlle Times is a specialty edition published by Island Times For information, email shelley@myislandtimes.com. &6% QO9 78TD"*QG"
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PAGE 11 Island Times May 14, 2013 MAE TI PAT EA IETE EE Piens Gae Pa ley Pa mmeial esidenial Aaisal, nslin ales 103 ayridge Dr Gulf reee FL 0-934-19 gdanielgreenco G aniel Geen, MAI, A aee Gen EA 3 eal Esae e 19 Bytes & BitsS Your Coputer Pal AE EAe ndesand y insane needs5023092A TA A TE faily oned and operated independent insurance agency ie, siness A Myle mmeial eile menes ld ((;W( Exceeding Clients ExpectationsŽparadisecoastalrealty.com Kimberlee Bell Joe Billingsly Robbin Boyd Christine Furman Ardythe Haas Kevin Hayes Jennifer McCrary David Owens Shana Santos Fred Simmons Sandy Zern !!"###Gulf front 4 edroos3 aths 300 SF oe uilt for entertaining Sunen hot tu on alcony overlooing Gulf : “What Are The Spy Programs Doing To My Computer?” A: Spy programs are those pesky programs that seem to appear on your computer without you knowing how they got there. They are usually triggered to install on your computer when you are looking at a website. They wait there for some unlucky computer user to come by and then they drop into your computer. They will often cause your computer to slow down and you will begin to see pop-up advertisements. Those programs embed themselves into your Internet browser programs and will often change the home page of your browser. Afterwards, your web searches are being controlled by the spyware. They may first appear on your screen as a pop-up, alerting you that your computer is running slowly, or that you have “registry errors”, or that your computer is somehow at risk. They may impersonate other computer programs, just to make things more confusing. One version of those programs will perform a check of your computer and give you a report showing how many problems you have. That report will typically be followed by a request for a credit card number so that you can buy the program. The best solution is to remove the programs. First, look at the list of programs installed on your computer. Those programs can be viewed through the Control Panel. Next to the name of the program, there may be a column showing the date that the programs were installed. For problems that started recently, look at that date to see when the ($1 !*%6 5'< on the program to remove it. As always, be careful when removing a program from your computer. Removing the wrong program can cause your computer not to function correctly. Some of the spyware programs that I 1"'"%('& programs, web search add-ons, smiley faces, PC speed-up tools, PC backup tools, and various add-on “toolbars” which affect Internet Explorer and FireFox. After removing them, you should run a check of your computer with a good spyware cleanup or antivirus program. This article was provided by The Stukey Group. For questions, contact Joe at joe@ycpals. com or 850-206-3156. Nimble and patient artists who can make the silky sands on Pensacola Beach obey their commands to stay in place will be sculpting masterpieces on Casino Beach this weekend. The Fiesta Sand Sculpture Contest will take place on Pensacola Beach south of the Gulfside Pavilion Sunday, May 19. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and judging at 2 p.m. Whether you are a professional or amateur, individuals of all skill levels are welcome to participate. The competition is free and more than $1,000 in cash prizes will be awarded. The public is invited to vote for their favorite sculptures in the “People’s Choice Awards.” The contest also welcomes world champion sand sculptor Rick Mungeam as he demonstrates his skills at this event. ariraiavFor more information about the Fiesta Family Weekend and other Fiesta events, contact the '$ $# )''***6 $ )F $(6(Q events.

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The other day I was unpacking a box that had been sitting with its contents for about twenty years. It was filled with magic tricks. I was ecstatic as I combed through my box. What was most exciting for me was finding an old notebook filled with lessons on how to perform magic tricks. It was filled with magic! Memories flooded back as I examined each page remembering how on the spur of the moment, I decided to add a magic class to my last semester of engineering school. It was not part of the curriculum at all, but basically a course to provide much needed stress relief. That last semester included a course of technical writing. We not only had to write a report, but we also had to deliver a lecture on it. I was in a class with liberal arts majors who realized that their degree might not offer them a job, but the technical writing class might be something good to fall back on. Whew, I had my work cut out for me delivering a talk on electrical engineering to this diverse group! Then the proverbial light bulb turned on pun intended. Ding! I would do a magic trick first, piquing their interest and then weave into the magic of electrical engineering. I studied and practiced and performed for family and friends, so that I had this one trick perfected. The day of presentations arrived. I was the first one to deliver a report. My opening line was, “electricity is very much like magic.” And then I successfully levitated a ball into thin air. It was easy after that to go into my brief dissertation on electrical engineering and all because of one magic trick. Maybe we all need more magic in our lives today. Or we need to focus our lives on the unknown and explore the Universe with new technologies including human space exploration. Just think how magical life could be if we focused on all the mysteries surrounding us and used our energies towards peaceful endeavors not war. Maybe someday Galaxy Girl will have her Galaxy Pals joining her in exploring the world we live in. Now that would be magic! Is your pooch pretty or could she use a bath? The Humane Society of Pensacola is hosting a Doggie Bathe-In, Saturday May 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their location, 5 North “” Street in Pensacola. The event is B.Y.O.T bring your own towel, and, of course, your own dog, but volunteers are on site to get Fido clean and ready to be seen. The charge for a bath and dip depends on the size of the dog. Small dogs are $7 each and the charge goes up to $10 for extra-large breeds. Add a nail trim for only $5. Grooming is available on a limited basis. That service begins at $20 and increases with the size of the dog. If you don’t have a dog to bathe, there are other ways to support the work at the no-kill shelter. They have a list of needed items, such as Purina dog chow, Purina One puppy chow, canned Pedigree and Alpo. Purina Kitten and Cat Chow are appreciated as well. They are accepting donations of “Forever Stamps,” paper towels, bleach, Pine Sol, laundry detergent, 30 gallon garbage bags and office furniture. The Society also accepts honorarium and memorial donations in any amount. Checks may be mailed to the Humane Society of Pensacola, 5 North “” Street, Pensacola, Florida, 32505. A thank you will be published in the monthly newsletter. Volunteers are coordinated by Pensacola Beach resident Monie Russo. Call for additional details on how to volunteer. Membership in the Society is $25 per year and can be completed by mail as well. For more information, go online to www.humanesocietyofpensacola.org or call 850432-4250uane Society Plans To Clean p Dirty Dogs Pensacola each Eleentary School third fourth and fifth grade students copeted in the Sunshine Math contest Saturday April 2 at WF Fourth graders ho represented the each are L to R: Lauren Kent ude unter Max Mateer and Kai offert Mateer earned second place in the fourth grade age division iliy ans e IsEmerald Coast Utilities Authority occasionally receives reports of imposters claiming to be employees in order to gain access to customers’ homes. ECUA Executive Director Stephen E. Sorrell, advises “If someone claiming to be an ECUA employee calls you or comes to your home or business, do not allow them access without verifying proper identification.” Call the ECUA Customer Service line at 476-0480 to verify identification. If it is after-hours, please call 476-5110.

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Island Times PAGE 13 May 14, 2013SHAGGYS WATERFRONT BAR & GRILLFresh seafood served overlooking Little Sabine Bay. $F $ through the open air dining room and side bar. Laid back, funky, family friendly. Arrive by boat or car, bike or on foot. Open everyday at 11 a.m. in the big red building on Pensacola Beach Boulevard. 850-934-4852. www.shaggys.biz FLOUNDERS CHOWDER HOUSECelebrating 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, BB 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 )"%D'!!*%D "+$!+$"%6 Dance all night on Flounder’s beach to the most popular bands from across the south. "%$&$*<64"%$&"!69!,$ '(!" beautiful Pensacola Beach, 850-932-2003 ***6F "%!*%!61CRABS WE GOT EMOnly 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 B"("&D "% them all! We have many other seafood favorites on our menu as well as a great assortment of chicken, steaks and pasta dishes. Don’t 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. Look for the Red Roof. 850-932-0700 www.crabswegotem.comMCGUIRES IRISH PUBOne of America’s great steakhouses proudly serving USDA '14$<$%$"%;'!'$''"%'"(;'! man’s bouillabaisse, Corned Beef and Cabbage and Shepherd’s Pie all inside a turn of the century New York Irish Saloon themed pub. McGuire’s is celebrated for its atmosphere, boasting more than 750,000 signed dollar bills hanging from the ceilings of the pub. Live entertainment coupled with great food and warm and friendly service by Employees who Give a Damn! Visit our on-site brewery and the O’Tolf Wine Cellar featuring the complete vertical collection of the Chateau Mouton Rothschild Artist Series. Featured on NBC’s ‘Today’ Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magazine Hall of Fame Member. Open every day at 11, 850-433-6789, mcguiresirishpub.com After Sundown......................................................................................................SIDELINES SPORTS BAR AND RESTAURANT4RB"D1'$'"64'$'"!'(!% "''"## big screens, 42 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, it’s here. Famous for Thursday Wing Night. Burgers. Seafood and Ribs. Kids menu for the JV players. Full bar. Indoor or outdoor seating. Video sports games. Centrally located on Via de "$/$!1$'"$<'"($"%!$ '(!62'< off at 11 a.m. seven days a week. 934-3660.SANDSHAKER LOUNGEThe “World Famous Sandshaker”a Pensacola Beach Tradition since 1973. Home of the Original Bushwacker. Been selling this signature drink for over 30 years. First bar on the Beach to offer this tasty frozen concoction. Monday half price BARE 10 a.m. til close T Hold’Em at 7 p.m., $2 Tuesday Karaoke, Wednesday $2 Ladies Nite, Thursday half price T-Shirt Nite. Live Entertainment Year Round Wednesday thru Sunday. Check out the Gift Shop. Across from the Boardwalk. Open 10 am 3 am. 850-932-2211. www.sandshaker.com PARADISE BAR AND GRILLA little bit of paradise at this open air, island style bar with its own private white sand beach. Pull up a rattan stool. Cold beer. Live Music. Exotic Libations. Friendly locals. Lunch and Dinner everyday. Sandwiches. Salads. Fresh Catch of the Day. Renee’s Famous Shrimp Salad. Happy Hour 11-7. Live Bands. Poker on Monday and Wednesday. Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, it’s directly on Santa Rosa Sound. Boat and Bicycle parking. Open 7 days. 850-916-5087.PEGLEG PETESAhoy, Matey. You’ve found a Pensacola Beach treasure. Pirates welcome. Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or outside on the awning covered deck. Glass front bar overlooks LaFitte Cove. All kinds of oysters. Live lobster. Gumbo. Dinner specials nightly. Sizeable sandwiches and burgers for Landlubbers. Take home a t-shirt. Look for the Jolly Rogers F &'"()!*"%!;$"%$##'<">$%6 We’re here everyday at 11. 932-4139. www.peglegpetes.com BAMBOO WILLIES BEACHSIDE BARA beach experience under the giant thatched roof. Open air bar serving your favorites. Specialty Fat Tuesday frozen drinks like the Octane 190. Live music on stage. Bikini contests. Craw!'"4" day afternoons. Willie’s Wear Gift Shop. Waterfront on Santa Rosa Sound. Located at the Boardwalk. 850-916-9888. www.bamboowillies.com aineandam 15 Pensala ea ld a e aine Maina en eeyday a 9 AM509343141 ay #6;??549 Via de Luna 916-90 PaddyOLearysrishPuco Authentic rish Pu Texas oldEs n T as iendly a 850-932-1417 We have gone back to basics. Expect the same incredible quality food delivered in less time. 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