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Place of Publication: Marathon, Fla
Publication Date: 05-26-2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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Hurricane season

Your guide to hurricane preparation - and
stories of hurricane survival - is coming inside
Saturday's Keynoter.


Delinquent tax rolls
Inside today's Keynoter, you'll find the complete
listing of delinquent real estate taxes in
Monroe County.


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Cops stay mum


about homicide


18-year-old
shot to death
at Seahorse RV
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

The only homicide in the
Florida Keys this year was
not only violent, but tinged
with irony.
Frank Randleman, 18, was
shot to death Saturday around
4 a.m. at his grandmother's
home at the Seahorse RV Park
on County Road on Big Pine
Key - just up the road where
his mother, Shelly Tollet,
works as a guard at the Big


r Pine Road
Prison.
. His death
looks to be
related to
drugs and
not a ran-
dom killing,
the Monroe
RANDLEMAN C o u n t y
Sheriff's Office says. That
would jibe with what three
sources told the Keynoter:
That Randleman was active
in the drug trade locally.
His killer hasn't been
caught.
In his young life,
Randleman had numerous

* See Homicide, 3A


.PP7R KEYS

$30K worth of

jewels recovered


Landscaper,
jeweler charged
in theft case
Reporter Staff

A Tavernier man has been
I- jailed after admitting to
breaking into a Key Largo
home, stealing jewelry .and
selling it for cash - which
led to the arrest of an Upper
Keys jeweler on Monday,
police said.
Alfredo Chao, 49, was
jailed Friday on charges of


burglary, grand theft and
dealing in stolen property in
the break-in at the Seaside
Avenue home on April 30.
He reportedly spent proceeds
from the theft on lottery tick-
ets, cigarettes and soda.
Detectives say he sold the
jewelry, - more than
$30,000 worth - to DePaula
Jewelers in Tavernier for
$2,000. Monday, jeweler
Jose DePaula was jailed on a
charge of dealing in stolen
property and held at the
Plantation Key jail. The jew-

* See Jewelry, 2A


MARATHON


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Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEY


Mote Marine Laboratory oceanographic instrument engineer Alan Hails explains how Waldo, an underwater
robot, detects trace amounts of oil or chemical dispersants in the water. It was loaded aboard a boat Tuesday in
Key West, then deployed about 15 miles off the island in search of local contamination from the BP oil spill in the
northern Gulf of Mexico.




Robot deployed




in oil search


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
U.S. 1 is pretty tough to navigate in some areas of
Marathon since the sewer construction ramped up in the
past few months. City officials ask for patience.

Sewer construction

testing patience


U.S. 1 crowded
with equipment
and barricades

By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

A much higher-than-
expected number of under-
ground utility lines is pushing
the city of Marathon's sewer
project just where its resi-
dents want it least -the mid-
dle of the Overseas Highway.
U.S. 1 looks more like a


construction site than a thor-
oughfare at several points in
the city, including Old Town
and adjacent to Florida Keys
Marathon Airport.
"A good piece of the right
of way, that's all taken up by
other utilities. AT&T has their
fiber optic; there are several
water lines. There are storm
drainage lines along the high-
way; there's a lot of things
underground," city Utilities'
Manager Zully Hemeyer
said. "Our only alternative
* See Sewers, 3A


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
Waldo went west from Key
West Tuesday, looking for oil.
Shaped like a 6-foot tor-
pedo, Waldo is an automated
underwater robot deployed
by Mote Marine Laboratory
that now patrols south-flow-
ing waters from the Gulf of
Mexico's Loop Current.
It's what's called an
autonomous underwater vehi-
cle riormally rigged to detect


Waldo launches from Key West,'
will be on mission for three weeks


organisms that cause red-tide
blooms. Now, for the first
time, Mote's AUV fleet seeks
signs of oil or chemical dis-
persants from the Deepwater
Horizon oil spill.
"We hope these underwa-
ter robots will alert us to any
threats that our reefs might
be facing because of the oil,"
said David Vaughan, director
of Mote's Center for Coral


Reef Research.
One of three AUVs oper-
ated by Mote for the past
decade, the bright-yellow
Waldo was carried Tuesday
by a Mote boat based at
Summerland Key to a spot
about 15 miles west of Key
West to begin its three-week
patrol.
The $100,000 robot fol-
lows a programmed track,


surfacing every two to four
hours to transmit via satellite
to Mote staff in Sarasota real-
time information about
what's 'happening deeper in
the water column. Previously,
satellite imagery tracking the
spill could only show what is
happening at the surface.
Many oceanographers
suspect there may well be
deeper plumes of oil that
have not been detected.
"If we do get data indicat-

* See Waldo, 2A


OIL SPILL THREAT


Hopes high for the weekend


Most eyes shift
from the spill
to tourism
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
With word that no effects
from the Gulf of Mexico oil
spill are expected in the
Florida Keys in the immedi-
ate future, Memorial Day
weekend could get busy yet,
tourism professionals say.
Several Key Largo
resorts are booked for this


holiday weekend, but appar-
ently fewer than usual, said
Jackie Harder, Key Largo
Chamber of Commerce
president.
"There has been a trend in
the last couple of years that
more people are waiting until
the last minute" to make
travel plans, Harder said.
That could be especially
true this year with the
Deepwater Horizon oil spill
in the northern Gulf, she said.
"I personally don't have
one day booked for
Memorial Day weekend,
which is weird," said off-
shore Capt. Steve Leopold,


president of the Islamorada
Charter Boat Association.
Leopold's boat, the Yabba
Dabba Doo in Islamorada, has
received only one "bona fide
confirmed cancellation"
because of a customer's worry
about the oil spill possibly
affecting the Keys, he said.
"I've had a lot of inquiries"
about the spill, Leopold said.
"But what you don't know is
how many people are not
picking up the phone to call,
or are staying away."
His June bookings are
below his operation's his-
toric average, he said.
In Key Largo, six of 33


resorts polled by the chamn-
ber were booked for the
weekend by Tuesday.
Last week, the chamber
information center received
30 phone calls asking about
the oil spill's impact on the
Keys - more than double the
number for the previous two
weeks combined. Harder said.
The county's Tourist
Development Council on
Tuesday reported in its daily
spill update, "Oil trajectory
maps released by the
National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration
* See Tourism, 2A


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KEYS WEATHER

PREDICTED TEMPERATURES


DAY
WED.
THURS.
FRI.
SAT.


HIGH
89
89
89
89


LOW
77
77
78
78


Forecast: Expect partly
cloudy skies with a slight
chance of thunderstorms.

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for radar and extended forecast.


BEACH ADVISORIES
The Monroe County
Health Department tests
Keys beaches twice weekly
for the presence of enteric
bacteria. The currently are
no beaches have health
advisories or warnings
against swimming.


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Monroe County Sheriff's
Office Artimal Farm on
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Waldo dives in


From Waldo, 1 A

ing there may be oil or dis-
persants, we'll send out a
boat with researchers to
verify the findings," said
Mote communications
director Nadine Slimak.
Mote launched a simi-
lar AUV May 17 off
Florida's west coast on oil
patrol. As of Tuesday, that
first robot had not detected
any signs of crude oil or
dispersants. Mote's third
AUV will soon be
launched to patrol for oil
south of Tampa Bay.
"It's not really logisti-
cally possible to have
humans in boats covering
these wide areas, constant-
ly looking for signs of the


oil spill coming toward our
shores," said Gary
Kirkpatrick, manager of
Mote's AUV missions.
"But we have these great
robots that can do this 24
hours a day for three weeks
in a row, so it's important
we use these tools.",
Any boaters who spot the
AUV should leave it alone,
Slimak said. "We don't want
to see it taking a trip down
Duval Street," she said.
Waldo is using a device.
called a fluorometer that
detects chemical disper-
sants and hydrocarbons
from crude oil. It maneu-
vers in a vertical zig-zag by
way of expelled water flow-
ing over its angled wings.


Watch for scams


From Tourism, 1A

show non-contiguous,
light sheens of oil and
scattered tar balls from the
Gulf oil spill in the Loop
Current remaining well to
the northwest of the
Florida Keys through
Thursday and likely
beyond."
NOAA says that on
Thursday, the non-con-
tiguous sheens and tar
balls are expected to be
about 250 miles to the
northwest of Key West.
Meteorologists with
AccuWeather.com said in
a Tuesday statement,
"Light winds ... allowed
some of the [oil] slick to
be .captured in the Loop
Current. The latest indica-
tions are that the narrow
band that was drawn into
the current had broken up
into much smaller patches.
"However, these rem-
nant, small patches of non-
evaporated oil could be
carried great distances by


the Loop Current and
other smaller eddies and
could show up anywhere
on the Gulf coast with
time."
U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-
Lehtinen said Monday that
since Monroe County now
is among 26 Florida coun-
ties in a declared state of
emergency because of the
spill, Keys businesses
should track their spill-
related losses for claims.
The Florida Attorney
General's Office issued an
alert, warning business
owners to avoid "anyone
requesting a fee to process
a claim for loss or damage
associated with the
Deepwater Horizon oil
spill.... The BP claims
process is free of any cost
to any individual or com-
pany filing claims."
Southern Environmental
Law Center and Defenders
of Wildlife Tuesday noti-
fied BP they plan to sue the
oil giant for harming 32
endangered species.


Pair arrested


From Jewelry, 1A

els were recovered and
returned to the victims.
Chao reportedly worked
on a landscaping crew at
the Seaside Avenue house
and broke in sometime
between 1:30 and 4 p.m.
April 30, when one of the
residents returned home
and found the door open
and jewelry missing; other
jewelry was found scat-
tered on the floor.
Chao's " employer
turned him in as a possible
suspect "after he caught
Chao coming out of his
mother's house. Chao had
stolen jewelry from his
mother's house and agreed
to return it if the crime


wasn't reported," Deputy
Becky Herrin says.
Herrin said investigators
also learned that Chao had
worked for two days paint-
ing at another jewelry store,
in Islamorada, and the
store's owner reported sev-
eral items, including a silver
treasure coin, missing. Chao
admitted taking the coin and
hiding it in his bathroom at
his home, where detectives
recovered it.
Detectives say they
believe Chao may have
sold some of the stolen jew-
elry to people on the street.
If you think you might have
purchased any purloined
jewelry, call Crime
.Stoppers of the Florida
Keys at (800) 346-TIPS.


OIL SPILL THREAT


Crist taps Di Gennaro


Panel to look
at economics
of the spill
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Gov. Charlie Crist has
named Monroe County
Commissioner Mario Di
Gennaro the first member
of his Gulf Oil Spill
Economic Recovery Task
Force.
Di Gennaro will repre-
sent Monroe County, newly
added to Florida's list of
areas under a state of emer-'
gency due to the BP
Deepwater , Horizon oil
spill.


Di Gennaro announced
the appointment at last
week's County Commission
meeting in Key Largo and
says he wants to spread the
word that Florida is "open
for business." He's been
vocal in encouraging
tourists not to be scared off
by the spill since no oil has
shown up in Florida waters.
An, e-mail from Crist's
office to Di Gennaro says
Crist will make additional
appointments this week. Di
Gennaro says there will be
approximately 15 members
from around the state.
"I'm hoping once they
get it together, we'll see
what we can do to get the
economy 'flowing again.
Right now I'm just being


briefed and getting out the
messages the governor's
office wants me to," h6 said.
BP has pledged $25 mil-
lion to the state to launch
advertising campaigns
aimed at luring tourists.
And officials across the
state are using the same
term to describe Florida to
potential tourists: The coast
is clear.
' "What we're all trying to
do is say we're open for
business; our beaches are
clear. We do not have a
problem down here.
Bookings have slowed
down dramatically, and that
is a concern to everybody in
the tourist business," Di
Gennaro said.


IN FEDERAL COURT


Inmate admits IRS scam


He led ring
that filed for
bogus refunds
By CAMMY CLARK
cclark@MiamiHerald.com

State prison inmate
Shawn Clarke once said he
was giving up street crime
because it was easier to rip
off Uncle Sam, according to
a recorded jailhouse call.
On Monday, he pleaded'
guilty in federal court to his
ringleader role in a scam to
defraud the Internal
Revenue Service of about
$115,000.
Clarke, 37, had been slat-
ed to begin trial Monday in
Key West. He was charged
with one count of conspira-
cy to defraud the govern-
ment and 24 counts of filing
or contributing to the filing
of bogus tax returns by his
family members and other
inmates.
Instead, Clarke pleaded
guilty to the first count of
conspiracy. The U.S.
Attorney's Office agreed to
dismiss the other 24 counts.
He now faces a maxi-
mum term of 10 years in
prison, followed by three
years of probation. The
court may also impose a fine
of up to $250,000 and


require restitution.
Sentencing is set for Sept. 2
in Miami.
Clarke began ripping off
the IRS while at the Monroe
County Detention Center on
Stock Island. He continued
to orchestrate the scam
when he was moved to state
prison in Zephyrhills, in
Central Florida, where he
was serving five years for
battery.
Also indicted were
Clarke's mother, Sally
Frost, 63, of Delray Beach;
his sister, Deanna Heder, 39,
of Fort Myers; and his
brother, William Clarke, 40,
of Delray Beach. All previ-
ously pleaded guilty under
similar agreements that dis-
miss all but the first count
for conspiracy.
The scam was discovered
after local law enforcement
found a note on how to fill
out IRS form 4852 in an
inmate's cell at Stock
Island.
Detective Jonathan
Ellsworth, who led the
investigation for the
Monroe County Sheriff's
Office and is now retired,
said he heard Clarke tell a
relative: "I'm through with
the street crime. I'm strictly
white collar from now on. I
love the IRS."
The scam was simple.
The inmates and family


members filed 1040 EZ
forms (the short form) along
with the one-page 4852
form, which is a substitute
for the ,W-2 when an
employer doesn't provide
one. The tax returns claimed
the inmates and relatives
had been employed in those
years and paid withholding
taxes. The business listed as
places of employment were
defunct or non-existent,
Ellsworth said.
Clarke submitted four
false tax returns for himself
for tax years 2004-07 and
recruited others to file
another 20 false tax returns.
All claimed refunds for
about $5,000.
He instructed them to
cash the. checks, sometimes
using fraudulent powers of
attorneys, and to give the
money to him. He later
divided the proceeds
between himself, his rela-
tives and complicit inmates.
A second ringleader in
the scam, Danilo Suarez, his
brother Gilbert Suarez, the
former Public Works super-
intendent for "the city of Key
West, and two other family
members have been charged
with executing the same
type of fraud at the same
jail, starting at about the
same time. Suarez's trial is
set for July 6 in Key West.


-EVERGLADES


'Glades plan draws applause


More bridges
to free water
to be built

By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

A draft federal plan for
more bridges to replace
earthen dams along the
Tamiami Trail won
applause from Florida Bay
advocates this week.
The National Park
Service's draft environ-
mental impact statement
for the Everglades,
released May 19, recom-
mends bridging more than
five additional miles of
U.S. 41, commonly known
as the Tamiami Trail.
The first project to
increase freshwater flow
under the road, a one-mile
bridge, broke ground in
December for expected
completion in 2013.
"More water is better,"
said Kahlif. Kettering,
Biscayne Bay restoration
analyst for the National
Parks , Conservation
Association.


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"For several decades,
Everglades National Park
and Florida Bay have been
dying of thirst from the
need for fresh water,"
Kettering said. "More fresh
water is so vital, not just
for the habitat and wildlife,
but for the Everglades that,
is South Florida's econom-
ic engine."
The environmental
impact statement, still to be
finalized, was released by
the Department of the
Interior at the Everglades
Summit .Roundtable in
Washington, D.C.
The plan does not,
include a schedule for
additional bridges, estimat-
ed to cost about $324 mil-
lion. The one-mile bridge
now under construction
will cost $81 million.
"By committing to more
than five miles of addition-
al bridging, there will be
measurable benefits for the
environment of Everglades
National Park and Florida
Bay," said Kirk Fordham,
chief executive of the
Everglades Foundation, "as
well as an economic boost-
er shot for those in the con-
struction sector who are
working to save one of our
country's national treas-
ures."
In 2005, the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers for-
warded a plan to build the

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Everglades Skyway - an
11-mile bridge along
Tamiami Trail. However,
three -years later, Congress
allocated enough money to
construct just the one-mile
bridge, notes an Everglades
Foundation history.
"In the past 18 months,
the federal government has
emphasized its commit-
ment to the Everglades
National Park and Florida
Bay," Kettering said.
"We're very pleased with
the movement and hope to
see more projects coming
down the pike."
The National Parks
Conservation Association
notes, "Since the 1920s,
Tamiami Trail has acted as
a dam, preventing water
from freely flowing along
its historic and natural path
through, the greater
Everglades ecosystem ...
into Everglades National
Park and out to Florida-
Bay. The current NPS plan-
ning process provides an
unparalleled opportunity to
reverse this damage."
Sara Fain, the group's
Everglades restoration pro-
gram manager, said,
"Moving this project for-
ward is key to reversing the
current ecological decline
and ensuring we protect
this nationally significant
treasure for our children
and grandchildren."


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MONROE COUNTY


Sewer bill awaits Crist's signature


Governor has
until June 5
to take action
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Gov. Charlie Crist has
until June 5 to sign legisla-
tion that would extend the
state deadline to sewer the
Keys and reauthorize $200
million worth of state fund-
ing to help do so.
The Florida Senate and
House approved the bill in
late April to extend the dead-
line from this coming July
until the end of 2015.


From Sewers, 1A
was to go in the middle of the
road, and the contractor
working from Aviation
[Boulevard] down to 60th
[Street] has made a tremen-
dous amount of progress in a
short amount of time.",
Hemeyer says construc-
tion is in high gear and that
- relatively speaking - it's
a short-term nuisance.
"Unfortunately, during
construction there is that
inconvenience. It's very time
consuming but at the end of
the construction, the city will'
have a sewer collection sys-
tem, where others don't," she
said, referring to other areas
of the Keys.
Hemeyer says the city
fields a fair amount of con-
struction-related complaints.
Callers are often upset with
"the mess that's made" and
ask "why the contractors go
through the streets several
times."
"The way the constrqc-
tion is being done, because
we live on coral rock basical-
ly, is theycut a trench for the
line and backfill it until they
finish the entire length. They
come back and lay the pipe
and restore the fill on the
|- ground," she said.
Marathon has been proac-
tive in its approach to a state-


That Keys provision was
part of an omnibus water bill
that contained numerous
environmental items. It now
awaits Crist's signature.
Crist's communications
office told the Keynoter he
received the bill May 21 and
has 15 days - that would be
June 5 - to sign or veto it.
There are 293 bills from this
year's session and Crist
addresses them in the order
received.
"My only concern is if
they find something else in
the bill ... something hidden
in there we didn't know
about. I don't think that's
going to happen," said state
Rep. Ron Saunders.


mandated July 2010 deadline
to sewer to advanced waste-
water treatment standards.
During its session that just
ended, the state Legislature
approved a bill extending
that deadline until the end of
2015. It's awaiting Gov.
Charlie Crist's signature.
But Marathon's pace has
not slowed and, according to
city documents, the work
should be complete by the end
of 2011. It's broken up into
seven smaller service areas.
The first two to begin
construction were areas four
(Sombrero Beach) and six
(Coco Plum Beach).
Hemeyer said construction is
nearly 100 percent complete
in those areas and that all res-
idents have been notified to
hook up their homes to the
sewer systems. Some of
those notices were sent out
Tuesday, she said.
"The wastewater plant
went online prior to the serv-
ice area notices being sent
out so we could have all the
companies come in and test.
That plant is running really
well," she said.
The two other major areas
in Marathon, areas three and
five, are 36 percent and 88
percent complete, respective-
ly. Those areas are where
construction crews are work-
ing in U.S. 1.


He said the bill passed the
House by a 2-to-1 margin,
but a number of Republicans
and some Democrats saw
flaws in it. In particular, a
septic-tank inspection fee in
other areas of the state was
included.
"It ended up not being that
close, but until the vote we
didn't know," Saunders said.
Saunders said he's confi-
dant the governor will sign it
because he supports the dead-
line extension for the Keys,
as does state Department of
Environmental Protection
Secretary Michael Sole.
Crist "is a big supporter of
our issues," he said. Sole "was
one of our biggest proponents


The wastewater plant for
area three (from llth Street
to'39th Street) is expected to
be complete by September
and the collection system by
October.
The city's smaller areas
are not quite as far along.


for the language in the bill. He
helped me call senators that
were undecided."
One thing that didn't
make the bill: Allowing a
local referendum to let
Monroe County voters
decide if they want a 1-cent
sales tax to be dedicated to
funding sewer construction.
It lacked Republican support.
County Commissioner
George Neugent pushed the
tax believing it could raise
close to $30 million per year.
As for the $200 million,
just because it's included in
the bill doesn't mean it would
come to the Keys. That's
merely an authorization, not
an allocation.


City documents say the area
seven (Grassy Key) collec-
tion system is not under way
and that Knights Key's is just
20 percent. done. The treat-
ment plants in those areas are
not yet under construction.


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Irwin is tapped
as new president
Rita Irwin has been
named president and chief
executive officer of the
Dolphin Research Center on
Grassy Keys, replacing
Jayne Rodriguez. who died
in February.
Center co-founder and
Chief Operating Officer
Mandy Rodriguez said that
"working alongside Rita, I
know firsthand of her unfail-
ing commitment to DRC's
mission and her strong
vision for our future... Rita's
appointment as president
ensures the continuity of the
principles on which Jayne
and I founded the organiza-
tion."
Irwin joined the staff in
1989. In addition to her
work at the center, she has
long been involved in civic
activities including the
Marathon Community


Theater and the Leadership
Monroe County program.
She also chairs the Tourist
Development Council.

Village now
recycling e-waste
The trash hauler for
Islamorada, Veolia ES Solid
Waste, has contracted with
Intercon Solutions to pro-
vide electronic-waste recy-
cling to Islamorada residents
and businesses.
Islamorada residents can
drop off e-waste - comput-
ers, monitors, printers, fax
machines and the like -
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. week-
days at 86490 Overseas
Highway, on the bayside
behind Sands of the Keys.
Veolia will also collect e-
waste from homes.
Residents must call Veolia at
853-3433 to arrange for.
pick-up.


Wednesday, May 26,2010 3A



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From Homicide, 1A
run-ins with the law.
In November 2008, he
was charged with fleeing
from police, driving with-
out a license, vehicle theft
and resisting arrest. Two
months later, he was pinned
with six counts of burglary,
four counts of theft, grand
theft, criminal mischief and
dealing in stolen property.
Most recently, last June, he
was charged in relation to a
hit-and-run and driving
without a license.
The Sheriff's Office is
keeping its lips tight about
details of the case, not even
saying what kind of gun
Randleman was shot with,
although he apparently was
shot more than once. Three
of the nine pages in the ini-
tial report about the killing
are completely blacked out
to the public. Five others
are partially blacked out.
The Sheriff's Office
received a report of "shots
fired" at 4 a.m. Saturday
and responded to Seashore,
No. 5, a mobile home
owned by Randleman's
grandmother Betty Massey.
Deputies arrived, guns
drawn, to a car alarm going
off in front of the trailer.
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Deputy Jon Riggs wrote in
a report that when he
entered the house, he heard
Massey scream: "Help me
please. Save my grandson."
It was too late.
Responders checked for a
pulse and tried to resuscitate
Randleman before declar-
ing him dead on the scene.
Law enforcement recov-
ered eight items of property
reported as "miscellaneous"
that were found at the scene
and reportedly valued
together at a negligible $1.
In addition to the homi-
cide, deputies are reporting
that a burglary took place at
the trailer. She couldn't be
reach for comment but a gun-
man reportedly awoke
Massey, who was home at the
time, and demanded money.
"Detectives are follow-
ing up on numerous leads,"
Deputy Becky Herrin wrote
in a Monday e-mail, "but
are not willing to make any
comments about the
specifics of those leads, or
about any possible suspects
they might have."


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Big Coppitt man

charged in arson


He's accused
of paying teen
to torch boat
Keynoter Staff


the final payment for
repairs was due, the owner
called Kelley and told him
he had three days to drop
off the money.
That night, the boat was
torched.
Daniel Drago, 17, was


A Big Coppitt Key man charged with arson for set-
faces a felony charge of ting the fire with gasoline.
being an accessory to arson He was caught after wit-
for allegedly paying a nesses saw him and others
teenager $100 to torch a flee . the blaze. When
$30,000 boat. Deputy Evan Calhoun
David Kelley, 39, was stopped the fleeing car and
arrested on Saturday - arrested him, he reportedly
nearly a year to the day he said that Kelley offered the
was arrested for shooting bribe. Kelley also allegedly
bullets from an assault rifle told the teens not to set the
into the same boat on fire until he was at work so
Rockland Key. he would have an alibi.
Kelley was initially When Calhoun had
arrested on May 29, 2009, Drago dropped, Kelley
charged with firing a showed up - and reported-
weapon in public and crim- ly told Drago he'd give him
inal mischief. He's sched- $500 keep his mouth shut.
uled to go trial on those Sheriff's Office spokes-
charges on June 7. woman Becky Herrin said
The Monroe County Kelley and the boat owner
Sheriff's Office says the didn't know each other
vessel was at Keys Marine until Kelley was arrested
Services on Stock Island, for shooting the boat last
having the bullet holes year.
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Public forums to highlight plan


They're set
for this morning,
Thursday night
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

, A series of public meetings
this week offers Keys resi-
dents the opportunity to give
input to Monroe County offi-
cials as they work with the
owners of the 21-acre Wisteria
Island on how - and whether
- it should developed.
The first takes place today
beginning at 10 a.m., when
the county Planning Com-
mission is set to discuss plans
for the island. That session is


at the Marathon Government
Center and broadcast on
Monroe County Channel 76
on Comcast Cable.
Then at 7 p.m. Thursday at
the Harvey Government Center
in Key West, County Com-
missioner Heather Carruthers
and Growth Management
Director Christine Hurley host
a presentation from the devel-
opers and give those interested
the chance to ask questions
about their proposal.
Earlier in the day, at 3
p.m., the Key West Develop-
ment Review Committee is
set to meet at Old City Hall to
consider the matter.
Officials "aren't going to
be asked to make any deci-
sions," Carruthers said. "It's


just going to be a presenta-
tion on the development."
The plan put forward by the
Bernstein and Walsh families
calls for a 100-plus-ball, fee-
based mooring field with
shore-side accommodations.
Also on the island just off
Mallory Square would be 35
single-family, homes, five,
workforce units and 35 tran-
sient rental units with a com-
bined 85 bedrooms.,
The plan calls for the
development rights to be
transferred to the property
from the Lower Keys
Subarea, which runs from
Big Pine Key to Stock Island..
Based on that, the develop-
ment would not be subject to
the state-mandated rate-of-


growth-ordinance that ties
new building to hurricane
evacuation clearance times.
"I'm looking at it from
perhaps a slightly different
perspective," Carruthers said.
"In order for it to be devel-
oped as proposed, for the
county it would mean we
could preserve more pieces of
sensitive land in conservation.
"They would take those
properties out of circulation
and there would be no vested
development rights in those
areas. It makes a whole lot
more sense for us to put a
couple of extra cottages in
the most densely populated
place in the county, Key
West, than it does on No
Name or Big Pine Key."


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Suspended deputy's arraignment Tuesday


Ed g a r
Pineiro, 32,
a May 12 on
counts of
false impris-
onment and
witness tam-
Spering, two
third-degree
PINEIRO felonies. He


also was charged with bat-
tery, a misdemeanor.
The Monroe County State
Attorney's Office on Tuesday
filed what's called a legal
information on charges the
agency intends to prosecute.


The charges will be the
same as the ones he was
arrested on, Colleen Dunne,
lead prosecutor at the state
attorney's Phintation Key
office, said Tuesday.
"Sometimes the charges
are the same as in the initial
arrest, sometimes they will
be different," Dunne said.
Pineiro has been suspend-
ed without pay from his job
as an Upper Keys road patrol
deputy. An hiternal Affairs
investigation is ongoing.
Pineiro joined the Sheriff's
Office in January 2003.


At the 9:15 a.m. Tuesday
arraignment before Circuit
Court Judge Luis. Garcia,
Pineiro will enter a plea. He
is free on bond.
Pineiro's 22-year-old girl-
friend told deputies that an
afternoon argument at a
Windley Key bar escalated
when they got in his truck.
The woman said she was
struck in face.
Once they reached
Pineiro's home, the woman
said, she was choked and
forcibly held against her will
for about six hours.


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Navy wants public to weigh in on operations


The sessions
are set for
today, Thursday
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

The U.S. Navy is inviting
Lower Keys residents to pro-
grams today and Thursday
designed to educate them
about potential future opera-
tions at Boca Chica Field and
provide a forum for com-
ments and questions.
They can probably expect
a lot of questions about jet
noise over neighborhoods.


The goal is to generate a
scope of study for an envi-
ronmental impact statement
tentatively planned for 2015
that would look at present
and future operations at the
airfield and their impact on
surrounding residential areas.
"'The Navy is initiating the
scoping process to identify
community concerns and
local issues that will be
addressed in the EIS," Naval
Air Station Key West spokes-
woman Trice Denny wrote in
a prepared statement.
That includes the possible
introduction of the F-35C
Lightning II stealth fighter jet
as a replacement for the F/A-


18 Superhornet that is used at
the airfield now. A major
component of training is sim-
ulated aircraft carrier take-
offs and landings.
Some Lower Keys resi-
dents who have sound meas-
uring equipment have com-
plained to Monroe County
officials that they've record-
ed sound levels from planes
flying within 200 feet to
1,000 feet above their homes,
emitting noise up to 120
decibels; noise above 84
decibels is considered haz-
ardous to hearing.
Those complaints, which
reached a crescendo in May
2009 that led to a County


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Keys sign off on Race I
Thistime Monroe County is vying
This ifor $1.3 million in Phase 2
application has funding, which now amounts
to $3.5 billion, with Delaware
union support and Tennessee winning big in


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Monroe County School
District officials on Monday
submitted a signed memo of
understanding endorsing fed-
erally mandated education
reform to the state Depart-
ment of Education.
The memo is the district's
end of Florida's application
for more than $1 billion from
the Obanma Administration's
$4.35 billion Race to the Top
reform package, which tar-
gets linking student out-
comes to teacher perform-
ance pay and turning around
failing districts.

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* Candidate event,
set for Friday
A meet-and-greet for
statewide Democratic candi-
dates for office is planned for
noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday at
the Salute restaurant at Higgs
Beach in Key West.
Gubernatorial candidate
Alex Sink and attorney gen-
eral candidates Dave
-' Aronberg and Dan Gelber
will be there. State Rep. Ron


Phase 1 funding. In that
round, Florida came in
fourth, with speculation on
that placement centering on
an almost across-the-board
lack of union support.
That's not the case 'this
time around, with local
United Teachers of Monroe
President Leon Fowler and
the vast majority of his
counterparts statewide
agreeing to take part in the
process.
"The union support for
[Race to the Top] is huge,"
Superintendent Joseph Burke
told the Keynoter via e-mail.
"The state's plan and ,the
local district plan cannot be
effectively executed without



Saunders, incoming House
minority leader, will moder-
ate the presentations. Light
snacks will be available.

Last opportunity
to be counted

The U.S. Census Bureau
is beginning its last week of
door-to-door counting in the
Florida Keys, and Monroe
County Commissioner
Heather Carruthers says she's


Commission/Navy confab,
primarily come from Bay
Point, Shark Key, Tamarac
Park and Big Coppitt Key.
The public meetings are
scheduled for:
* Today at the DoubleTree
Grand Key Resort confer-
ence room, 3990 S.
Roosevelt Blvd., from 3 to 5
p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m.
* Thursday at the Tennessee
Williams Theatre at Florida
Keys Community College, 5901
College Road, Stock Island,
running at the same times.
The Navy last conducted
an environmental assessment
of it Lower Keys operations
in 2003.


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collaboration from the union."
Burke also praised Fowler
and the union for reaching out
to the national American
Federation of Teachers union.
That culminated in district
officials and union leaders
attending an AFT-hosted
symposium on using class-
room data to equitably pin-
point teacher effectiveness.
"We are also working
with the union on submission
of a Teacher Incentive Fund
grant, which would acceler-
ate our work," Burke said.
By press time on Tuesday,
38 of the state's 67 school
districts had submitted
memos of understanding to
the state; all but two, Levy
and Glades counties, includ-
ed union endorsements. State
applications are due to the
feds on June 1.




still hearing from people -
including entire neighbor-
hoods - that haven't been
counted.
"We have one more
chance." she said.
If you haven't been count-
ed, call the Census Bureau at
(866) 872-6868 to complete
the census by phone. If the
census taker claims your
address is not on file, then
contact Carruthers' office at
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Piniero charged
with striking
his girlfriend
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
A suspended Monroe
County Sheriff's Office,
deputy faces a Tuesday
arraignment on charges stem-
ming from a reported attack
on his girlfriend.
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Opinion & Editorial


EDITORIAL


Take Stock's a

great investment

Mentoring, scholarship program
brings out the best in students
who might otherwise fall behind

Thirty-five Monroe County students are hitting
milestones on Saturday at Marathon High School:
They're graduating from Take Stock in Children, one
of the most successful programs in any arena in the
Keys.
It's a milestone for the program itself, as well: It's
the 10th graduating class. Twenty of the students are
from Key West High, eight from Coral Shores, six
from Marathon - and one even from Lee County, the
Fort Myers area. That student started out as a Key
Take Stock student and transferred schools, but
remains part of the Monroe County class because
that's where his contract was signed.
Have no doubt: These kids did sign contracts, and
lived up to them to earn full four-year, in-state college
scholarships.
Here's how it works: In seventh grade, at-risk stu-
dents can sign contracts awarding them .full college
scholarships - if they behave well, maintain good
grades, stay crime- and drug-free, and attend regular
weekly meetings with a mentor through high-school
graduation. When you're young and there are temp-
tations all around, that's not an easy agreement to
live up to.
The scholarships are financed through donations
matched by the state. Currently statewide, Take Stock
has $109 million in the Florida Prepaid Foundation,
which is the fund holding prepaid college tuition.
Take Stock in Children started modestly in the
Keys, with just six graduates in its inaugural graduat-
ing class in 2001. The following year, there were three,
then five. Then the program really took off in 2004,
and it's been averaging a little more than 30 kids a
year since then.
The statewide Take Stock program says the long-
term comnunitment of the kids - and to the kids -
really pays off. This is from the program's Web site:
* Take Stock scholars' high school graduation rate is
42, percent higher than Florida's average, and 61 per-
cent higher than their at-risk peer group.
* Take Stock scholars' college enrollment rate is 45
percent higher than Florida's average - and. almost
triple than their at-risk peer group.
* Take Stock scholars' college graduation rate is 25
percent higher than Florida's average, and 140 percent
higher than their at-risk peer group.
We applaud the latest Keys students who success-
fully lived up to their contracts, and believe they have
bright futures ahead of them.
We also applaud the people who make Take Stock
run on a day-to-day basis: Coordinator Jim Hall, stu-
dent advocate Gina Hipson and mentor coordinator
Dresdin Edwards.
And let's not forget perhaps the biggest booster of
the program of all: John Padget of Key West, a former
Monroe County schools superintendent and a. current
member of the Florida Board of Education.




Leave Wisteria alone
Last Stand urges the Monroe County Planning Commission
to reject a sub-area policy and future-land-use-map designa-
tion requested by the owners of Wisteria Island.
The sub-area policy is a land-use designation requested to
change the Monroe County comprehensive plan for the bene-,
fit of the owners. Today, Wisteria Island has a land-use zoning
designation of Offshore Island that permits two housing units.
The owners have proposed 75 housing units, 55 docks and a
restaurant/bar. The owners justify the units as necessary to
support a mooring field and upland amenities. Key West resi-
dents resoundingly disapproved of a similar plan not long ago.
The development would create negative environmental
impacts to the wildlife inhabiting the island and nearby waters.
We know from the carrying-capacity study that subtracting
uninhabited land from the Florida Keys is detrimental to ani-
mal and plant life. We'know that placing a fuel-dispensing sta-
tion on this island would be detrimental to animal and plant
life. We know that doubling -the amount of sewage, water and
electricity in the pipes under the harbor, pipes installed in the
1940s by the U.S. Navy, increases the risk of a spill.
The development would also stress already overcrowded Old
Town. The owners' projections show a small increase in Key
West visitors because the assumption is. that boaters already
anchored around the island will sign up to pay monthly fees. We
believe it is more likely that the boaters will relocate and contin-
ue their environmentally unfriendly habits, We expect mooring-
field tenants would be incremental visitors, particularly during
the winter, when Old Town is most congested.
Last Stand's mission is to protect the Keys' natural environ-
ment. We are all for clean water, increased legal moorings and
enforcement of boat pump-outs. We do not agree that the benefits
from a managed mooring field are a reasonable exchange for the
wealth to be created by the sub-area policy for Wisteria Island.
Mark Songer, president
Last Stand
Key West \

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Almaguer a good hire
Monroe County Fire Rescue got
some negative press coverage a few
months ago with the hiring of a train-
ing captain, Ruben Almaguer. I wish
to give the community the union's
take of his first 60 days as a follow-up
to those articles.
We can honestly tell you that,
having had the time to review both
his credentials and his experience,
he is more than qualified, if not to
say overqualified, for his current
position. In addition, he has had
time to go around to the fire staj,
tions and introduce himself and
have numerous conversations with
many of the firefighters; I include
myself in that group.
In speaking with many of my fel-
low firefighters, we agree that his
views on training will continue to
improve Monroe County Fire
Rescue's training division and help us
increase our service to this communi-
ty and its visitors.
This was a very positive step
forward then, and has now proven
itself to be a very positive step for
the future. To have allowed some-
one of his caliber and experience to
slip away .would have slowed this
department's ability to advance. I
commend both Fire Chief James
Callahan for continuing to move
this department along and County
Administrator Roman Gastesi for
his support of that plan.
The county should be recognized
for taking advantage of both, an eco-
nomical and strategic opportunity for
this department and the community.
Jefferson Brandt, president
Professional Firefighters
of Monroe County

Support soccer kids
I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to thank the following peo-
ple and local businesses in the
community for sponsoring my son,
Marcus Quails, and the 2010
under-10 all-star American Youth
Soccer Organization team.
The kids made the group after an
intense AYSO soccer season last
year. The kids were able to collect
enough money to travel to
Wellington in Palm Beach County
in January for the state games and
to Weston for the Weston Cup
Soccer Tournament in February.
Now, the kids are gearing up to
travel one last time before the end
of the season. They will be travel-
ing to Naples during the Memorial
Day weekend.
Thanks to Katherine Mayan,
Santiago Parra. Martha Lizano, El
Siboney Restaurant. Blockbuster,
Marathon Veterinary Hospital, Keys
Insurance, Mirella, Fish Tales, Maria
and Roberto Mayan, Tucker-Inn
Oceanside Cottages, Tilden's Scuba
Center, Flowers by -J&J, Bruce
Freeman, Collectors Corner, Frank's
Grill, Joe at Frank's Grill, Glen Boe
& Associates, Overseas Outfitters,
and the Staff at S.A.L.T. Services.
And a special thank you to Coach
Arno for a wonderful and fun season.
If you wish to make a donation to
help the team travel to Naples, you
may contact Arno Silva at the
Marathon UPS Store at 743-2005.
Thank you for your support.
Odalys Mayan
Marathon

Cleanup refreshing
I am fortunate enough to live on
Sister's Creek near the Boot Key
Harbor entrance. I've been here
more than nine years. In that time,

GUEST COLUMN,


I've seen some beautiful sights -
all kinds of fish jumping and swim-
ming by, amazing boats large and
small; and sunsets that would make
you cry to be there to see them. But
the sight I saw on a recent morning
made me feel something different.
The owners of several boats,
large and small, took time out of a
great fishing, tennis, golfing, etc.,
day to clean up debris from along
the mangroves. The little boats were
going in and collecting, the larger
boats were coming to take the big
stuff from them so they could con-
tinue. I even witnessed a boat going
out of its way to chase down a beer


can floating along (I've never seen
that before, but I have watched them
thrown but not collected). And
many, many boats were going by
with bags of debris they had collect-
ed. It makes me feel proud to be a
part of such a community.
My hairdresser, Gioia Perkall, is
even saving hair to use in the cleanup
of oil, if needed. Every effort on each
person's part in the community is
helpful. Not being a boater, I will find
my part in this -in some other way.
Thank you to boaters for the cleanup
and in the time to come.
Deloris Lorenzo
Marathon


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
The letter writer says she's thankful that this area, Sister's Creek, was cleaned
up volunteers.


Pre-fund disaster cleanup
. The United States will mark the
beginning of a very active 2010 Atlantic
hurricane season on June 1. The consen-
sus among weather forecasting agencies
is that the upcoming season could have
15 to 18 named storms, a doubling of last
year's total of nine named hurricanes.
While weather forecasting is an
imprecise science, it is improving and
the message is clear: The potential of
a devastating hurricane making land-
fall along the Atlantic or Gulf coast is
as real and threatening as ever.
America has made a concerted
effort, especially since the disasters of
Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma, to
improve catastrophe readiness, prepa-
ration and protection. Those improve-
ments have occurred at every level,
from preparation at hdme all the way
to policy changes at the federal level.
More needs to be done.
Clearly, the greatest weakness in the
catastrophe safety net is not in the human
response mechanism, but rather in the
financial response system. The fact is that
the nation is exposed and vulnerable to
enormous economic consequences unless
we take steps now to prepare for the mas-
sive natural catastrophe that we know will
someday loom even larger than Katrina.
What would that catastrophe be?
Perhaps it would be a replay of the
1938 hurricane that slammed into Long
Island, N.Y., leaving 63,000 people
homeless and killing 700. Perhaps the
next time that same storm makes land-
fall it would be 30 miles to the west. In
that case, it would be known as the
storm that demolished New York City,
put Kennedy International Airport under
20 feet of water, flooded Manhattan
from the Bowery to City Hall and turned
the canyons between the city's skyscrap-
ers into supercharged wind tunnels.
Insured losses would easily climb
into the hundreds of billions of dollars;
uninsured losses are hard to compre-
hend. The capacity of insurers and


reinsurers to cover losses would quick-
ly be exhausted. Recovery efforts
would be delayed, regional economies
would be in shambles and the national
economy would be turned on its ear.
The federal government would do
its best to meet pressing public needs,
but the federal coffers would be tapped.
The current financial model for catas-
trophe recovery, which is almost entirely
a retrospective after-the-fact model, relies
on insurers arid reinsurers to cover the
first level of losses, but ultimately relies
on federal taxpayers to cover the rest.
What is needed is a privately funded
public partnership that helps to pre-fund
the financial costs of a large-scale natural
catastrophe. Such a program would facil-
itate the risk participation of the private
sector, expand the availability and sus-
tainability of the catastrophic insurance
system, and'provide potent incentives for
residential property owners to undertake
catastrophe loss-mitigation efforts. This
approach should add capacity, increase
stability and lower consumer costs.
Fortunately, legislation to accomplish
these goals was reported from the House
Financial Services Committee at the end
of April. The bill, The Homeowners' Def-
ense Act (HR 2555), has bipartisan sup-
port and was endorsed by President Oba-
ma when he was seeking the presidency.
We can only hope that the president
and the Congress come together quickly
to put this plan into effect. We've been
warned that the next catastrophe is com-
ing. We need to act today.
James Lee Witt
James M. Loy
ProtectAmerica.org
Washington, D.C.

Editor's note: Witt was director of the
Federal Emergency Management
Agency under President Clinton. Loy is a
fonner commandant of the U.S. Coast
Guard and former deputy secretary of
the U.S. Department of Homeland
Security.


Tourism is challenged due to BP oil spill


The Gulf of Mexico oil spill continues
to create concern for everyone in the
Florida Keys, but according to recent
information from the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration, it is very
possible that our marine environment
might not suffer the major impacts that
were previously projected.
Even so, until the leaking oil well in the
Gulf of Mexico is plugged, the uncertainty
continues to make long-range marketing
efforts quite challenging for the Monroe
County Tourist Development Council.
That notwithstanding, we have still been
taking action.
The TDC continues to update on a
daily basis oil spill-related communica-
tions on its Web site, www.fla-keys.com.
Since May 3, more than 55,000 page
views have been registered in a special
oil-spill page. People are going to that
site, coordinated by our public relations
agency, to get the latest and most accurate
information. Similar information is also
reaching other media venues including
broadcast, print and Internet venues.
In addition, the PR agency has facili-
tated numerous on-camera and on-air
interviews with local officials and other
credible sources to correct media and con-


a mh summer misperceptions.
The agency has also
worked diligently to
S keep Keys stakeholders
informed, transmitting
17 advisories since Ap-
ril 28. All conmmunicat-
ed infonuation related to
the oil spill is based on
reports from NOAA, the
Wheeler is U.S. Coast Guard and
director of the Monroe County Emer-
Monroe agency Management.
CountyTourist -With regard to
Development advertising:
Council. The TDC,
through its ad agency,
continues with a full spring/summer
advertising program that includes some
$2.4 million in media.
* The TDC is tagging a portion of a
series of Visit Florida's special television
ads (funded by a $25 million BP grant)
with a Keys-specific message that pro-
motes the destination's true state and
drives potential visitors to the Web site.
* Some print advertising is being
changed to promote land-based activities
including history, culture, museums, etc.
* An ad is being placed on www.usa


today.com to direct readers to the
TDC's Web site for updates and live
Webcam views of various areas in the
Keys. www.fla-keys.com has been
modified to highlight those Webcams.
* Additional electronic marketing is
being placed to communicate no
impacts at this time.
* The Key West district advisory
council is likely to add $100,000 of
advertising at its meeting today.
* Sales efforts continue to provide
accurate messages to the travel trade.
* Emphasis continues on our social
media programs such as Facebook and
Twitter to keep visitors informed.
I have had questions regarding the use
of emergency promotional funds during
this time. Again, we have a $2.4 million
media placement and we believe it is not
prudent to consider tapping into reserves
until the Gulf well leak is stopped, and
we can completely confirm the future sta-
tus of the Florida Keys environment.
We ask you to consider showing as
much flexibility as possible regarding can-
cellation penalties during these challenging
times. Doing so helps increase advance
bookings. build consumer confidence and
preserve the destination's credibility.


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the Ed3P!itor


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Wednesday, May 26,2010


Business

THE BP SPILL

Boom time for maker of booms


Orders piling up
as company tries
to meet demand

Associated Press

Nearly a mile of newly
made oil-containment boom,
which provides a final and
desperate line of defense
against an enormous slick in
the Gulf of Mexico, gets
trucked out of a small factory
in Cape Canaveral each day.
"We're maxed out," said
Sean Geary, sales manager at
American Boom & Barrier
Corp. "I've probably turned
down 300,000 feet of orders."
The company has had to
ramp up its staff from 10 to 30
to keep up with the demand.
Ever since the Deepwater Ho-

BUSINESS BRIEFS


Hospitality
group to meet

The Keys chapter of
Hospitality Sales and
Marketing Association
International meets at
11:30 p.m. June 9 at the
Sheraton Suites Key
West, 2001 S. Roosevelt
Blvd. Guest speaker is
Nancy Lucas of Isla-
morada, who does mar-
keting for several organi-
zations.
Cost is $25 for mem-
bers, $35 for others. To
make a reservation, call
(888) 792-9770.

Dunn returns to
cook at Rum Barrel,

Chef Patrick Dunn has
returned to Key West to
captain the Rum Barrel's
kitchen.
Dunn, 28, a
Philadelphia native, will
oversee the restaurant on
Front Street, cooking
everything from fresh
local seafood to Philly
cheese steaks.
Dunn previously


rizon offshore drilling rig ex-
ploded and sank more than three
weeks ago, boom manufacturers
have struggled to catch up in the
biggest boom in booms ever.
Along west Florida shores,
orange or yellow booms have
become the most visible sign of
preparedness for what is now the
nation's biggest and still-grow-
ing oil spill from an offshore rig.
The rig's blown-out oil well
has been gushiog an estimated
210,000 gallons of crude each
day into the Gulf of Mexico
about 45 miles southeast of
Louisiana. Relatively small am-
ounts of oil have fouled the
shores of that state and Alaba-
ma, and Florida is on high alert.
"It all hit really quick,"
Geary said, referring to efforts
by the well's owner, BP PLC,
and by pollution-control con-
tractors and government agen-


cooked in Iron Chef Jose
Garces' Latin-Asian
Chifa Restaurant in Phi-
ladelphia. Dunn's a 2003
graduate of the Culinary
Institute of America in
Hyde Park, N.Y. He
honed his culinary expe-
rience as chef at the
Ocean Key Resort's Hot
Tin Roof and as a sous
chef at Carmine's.
Dunn started out as a
dishwasher at a small
Philadelphia restaurant
and worked his way up to
line cook before working
beside Garces.
"I just developed a
passion and a love for
cooking at a young age,"
Dunn. said. "I enjoyed
spending time at the
[Rum] Barrel when I pre-
viously lived in Key West
and feel it's the right fit
for me. It's a great team
and I have the opportuni-
ty to take the Rum
Barrel's quality reputa-
tion to new culinary
heights."
The Rum Barrel
opened in 2006. It's
owned by former
Philadelphia 76ers
President Pat Croce.


KEY WEST

Tomlinson takes

over Key West

Business Guild


She previously
ran the theater
at the college

The Key West Business
Guild, which promotes
gay, lesbian, bisexual and
transgender tourism, has
hired Rebecca Tomlinson
as its new executive direc-
tor. She starts June 8.
"The board spent sev-
eral months redesigning
the organizational struc-
ture arid strategic goals of
the guild to better address
the challenges and oppor-
tunities that 'currently
face Key West," says
guild President Robert
Murrell. "We believe that
Rebecca's experience and
leadership skills are an
ideal match for the guild
and its new direction."
Tomlinson, a graduate of


the Uni-
versity of
Florida,
has been
involved
with Key
nonprofits
for almost
TOMLINSON e i g h t
years. She brings to the
position more than 25
years of experience in
organizational develop-
ment,. event planning,
marketing and communi-
cations, and grant writ-
ing.
She's a former execu-
tive director of the
Tennessee Williams
Theatre at Florida Keys
Community College and
has coordinated Women-
fest Key West for the past
four years on behalf of
the guild.


cies to find available boom as
quickly as possible and any-
where in the world.
The rig sank April 22, leak-
ing oil was confirmed two days
later, and by the end of the next
day, about 21,000 feet of boom
had been installed. From then
on, demand for boom has soared.
"We essentially have a very
large boom airlift under way,"
said Doug Suttles, BP's chief
operating officer. "We already
have 1.2 million feet of boom in
the water, which is by far the
largest boom deployment ever."
"We have another 400,000
feet staged at the staging loca-
tions. We have another 2.3 mil-
lion feet on order and being deli-
vered as we speak. This boom
is coming from places like Nor-
way, Brazil, Mexico and Alas-
ka," Suttles said.
That 1.2 million feet of boom

IN THE SPOTLIGHT


IBuggySuits.

BuggySuits.


Key Largo
After one mosquito bite
too many, outdoors enthusi-
ast Yvette Hernandez of Key
Largo went to work.
The result is the Buggy
Suit, a two-piece suit made
of lightweight mesh fabric
that keeps biting bugs away
and keeps the wearer cool in
the South Florida heat.
"I don't like the sticki-
ness and chemical solutions
of the bug sprays," Her-
nandez said. "I thought there
be a better way - some-
thing that would be easy to
wear and stylish in form."
"The Buggy Suit was creat-
ed to be worn as a casual gar-
ment over your summer outfit,
just as you would wear a jack-
et when it's cool," she said.
The mesh Buggy Suit fea-
tures a removable hood, a fea-
ture not found in some similar
suits, she said. "You don't have
to take off the whole suit to take
a drink," Hernandez explained.
After a successful debut
this winter at several Florida
Keys community festivals,
Hernandez went online at
www.BuggySuits.com to
sell several versions of the
suit, all costing $35.
Basic colors are white or
black mesh, with a variety of
colored or camouflage trims of
Lycra that seal for maximum
protection. Buggy Suits are
fully washable with line dry.
The Buggy Suit has been a
hit with anglers who fish near
mangroves, from Flamingo to
Crystal River, she said.
Other buyers include
"kayakers, joggers, garden-
ers - anyone who wants to
go outside without fighting
the mosquitoes and no-see-
ums," Hernandez said.
Buggy Suits are made
entirely in the U.S. Assembly
takes place in Medley using
fabric from North Carolina.


already deployed is enough to
extend from Pensacola to St.
George Island, a span that takes
in nearly all of the Panhandle's
famed sugar-sand beaches. The
2.3 million feet of boom on or-
der would cover the rest of
Florida's Gulf Coast, stopping
short of the Keys.
Mike Sole, secretary of
the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection,
said the best choice in many
cases is to have containment
boom ready rather than
anchored in waterways.
"Booms can actually
cause damage to the envi-
ronment," Sole said,
describing conditions in
which high winds rip booms
free and drag them through
sensitive ecosystems. "You
don't want to deploy boom
too early."








The Buggy Suit -
a lightweight, easy-
to-wear mesh suit
- provides
non-chemical
protection from
Florida's biting bugs,
says Key Largo
designer Yvette
Hernandez.

comr


"I hope my Buggy Suits
will comfort anyone who is
in need of a bite-free day,"
said the inventor.
Most sales are through the
www.BuggySuits.com web-
site. Orders also canbe mailed
to Buggy Suits, P.O. Box
640048, Miami, FL 33164.


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Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that will evaluate the potential environmental effects
4 associated with airfield operations at Naval Air Station Key West. Specifically, the Navy
will evaluate the potential environmental effects of supporting new aircraft and modifying
training operations as necessary to address Fleet training requirements.

The Navy is holding open house public scoping meetings to help identify environmental issues and
community concerns with respect to this proposal. There will be no formal presentations; however, Navy
representatives will be available to answer questions and provide information about the proposed action. Please
plan to attend at your convenience anytime between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm and 8:00 prm. The
open house meetings are being held on the following dates, at the following locations:
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8A Wednesday, May 26,2010


Marilou Miller
Marilou
Miller of
Big Pine
Key died
from cancer
on May 14.
She was
born and
raised in
MILLER California
and moved o the Keys in the
1970s, falling in love with
the people and the laid-back
lifestyle.
She loved to fish and was a
member of the Coconuts
"family" for about 18 years.
She was also a member of the
Ladies of the Moose and spent
many years doing for others
through that organization.
She is survived by her hus-
band Michael "M.T." Miller.
A celebration of life is
planned for Coconuts, mile
marker 30.5, on June 12
from 2 to 5 p.m.

Mae Handley
Mae Lita Ashurst
Handley, 93, formerly of
Marathon, died May 18 in
Ben Hill County, Ga.'
Mrs. Handley was born
Dec. 22, 1916, in Ben Hill
County to J.K. and Mittie
Mae Ball Ashurst. She was a
1934 graduate of Fitzgerald
High School. She operated
the Fitzgerald (Ga.) Railroad
Shops Restaurant and was a
former employee of the Abe
Kruger Department Store in
Fitzgerald and Burdine's
Department Store in Miami.
She and her husband
owned and operated
Handley's Paint Store in
Marathon before moving
back to the Fitzgerald area.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, hus-
band, E.K. Fuller and Robert
V. "Bob" Handley, and
brother Ed Ashurst.
She is survived by her
daughter and son-in-law
Sandra and Rick Roth of


Obituaries

Grassy Key; sons and daugh-
ters-in-law Kyle and Dorothy
Jean Fuller and Kenny Drew
and Carol Fuller; six grand-
children; seven great-grand-
children; two step-grandchil-
dren; four step-great grand-
children; and nephews Ted
and Ray Ashurst.
Funeral services were
planned for May 22 at the
Pine Level United Methodist
Church in Fitzgerald with
Rev. Annette Brooks offici-
ating. Interment followed in
Evergreen Cemetery.

Daniel Hillenbrand
Daniel
Anthony
Hillenbrand,
86 of Bates-
ville, Ind.,
Sand a part-
time resident
of Ocean
Reef in
HILLENBRAND North Key
Largo, died May 17.
He was born July 14,
1923, in Batesville, to Clara
and John A. Hillenbrand.
Mr. Hillenbrand graduat-

School in Prairie du Chien,
Wis., and attended Purdue
University.
He enlisted in the U.S.
Army Air Force on July 7,
1943, and served in the Fourth
Combat Cargo Unit in China,
Burma and India during World
War H. He was discharged
Dec. 28, 1945. He was award-
ed the American Theatre
Ribbon, Pacific Theatre
Ribbon, Victory Medal, Good
Conduct Medal, three Bronze
Stars, two Air Medals and the
Distinguished Flying Cross.
After the war, Mr.
Hillenbrand joined his broth-
ers in managing the Hill-Rom
Co. and Batesville Casket Co.
He assumed leadership of the
casket company in 1964 and
in 1969 was elected its presi-
dent. The Hill-Rom Company
and Batesville Casket later


merged to become
Hillenbrand Industries and in
1971 became publicly owned.
It eventually became a
Fortune 500 company when
he was chief executive officer.
He is survived by his wife
Mary, whom he married on
May 14, 1948; and numer-
ous other relatives.
Services and burial were
May 20 in Indiana.

Gordon Jones
Gordon Morrell Jones of
Orangeburg, S.C., and for-
merly the Keys died April 22.
He was born Aug. 22,
1928, to Victor Rupert Jones
and Tillie Louise Morrell.
He served in the U.S. Army
in Korea as a motor-pool
mechanic, attaining the rank
of staff sergeant.
He was a heavy-machine
operator for much of his life,
working for Peter Mitchell
Construction Co. and
Ricciardi Brothers in
Connecticut.
He and second wife
Annette and son Bill moved
from Connecticut to Big
Pine Key, then later to Key
Largo, in the 1970s. He
owned a deli in Islamorada
and, later, a bicycle shop in
Marathon.
He loved fishing, and
deer and turkey hunting.
He was preceded in death
by brothers Clarence and
Norman, and his first wife
Lois Jane Sherwood, who
died in 1971.
He is survived by his wife
of 38 years, Annette
Maffucci; daughters Cynthia
(Blake) Zizzi and Barbara
(Tim) Moloney; son William
(Debbie); grandchildren
Alexandra, Matthew, Laura,
Kelly and Olivia; and several
nieces, nephews and cousins.
Services were May 8 in
Greenwich, Conn. Burial
was at Fairfield Memorial
Park in Stamford, Conn.


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The vessels bobbing - or blundering - in Key West Harbor Sunday will bear little
resemblance to most boats found in the Keys.That's because they'll be in the Schooner
Wharf Bar's Minimal Regatta.The requirements: You have to make your own boat, and
you have to use a sheet of plywood, two 2-by-4s, a pound of fasteners and a roll of duct
tape - that's it. Entry is $20 per team. For more, call 292-3302 or 292-3773.


ELECTION 2010


Shaffer now running


By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

At the risk of being called
a flip-flopper, longtime
Middle Keys resident Larry
Shaffer has declared to run
for Marathon City Council.
Shaffer made it official
Tuesday afternoon, roughly
one week after he sent a mes-
sage to his Marathon Florida
Keys Journal e-mail list
declaring he wouldn't run for
the council. He owns the
Journal, an online publication
tracking Marathon politics.
"I put out that e-mail
because I was getting so
many calls about wanting
me to run and I was trying to
run the Journal and couldn't
handle it," he said. "I still


think 1 have another two or
three years left in me and I
want to serve the residents
of Marathon. They can call
me a flip-flopper if they
want to, but I'm going to go
ahead and run."
Shaffer said the decision
became easier after the City
Council, at its May 11, meet-
ing appointed a new
Planning commission.
Shaffer had been the chair-
man but wasn't reappointed
by any council member.
Shaffer told the Keynoter
he's not running for that rea-
son.
"Once I got that out of
the way, every day it became
clearer and clearer to me I
want to do this and provide
service to the city of


Marathon," he said. "I like
everyone that's running. I
wouldn't be upset no matter
who won so far."
* If elected, Shaffer said
the city's budget is his pri-
mary concern.
"We have to get the
employee compensation for
health care under control,"
he said, suggesting existing
employees be "grandfa-
thered in."
"Through attrition, [the
city can] have a better pro-
gram that doesn't increase
our long-term debt," Shaffer
said.
Shaffer, 59, retired from
the U.S. Navy after 25 years
in 1995 and moved to the
Keys in 1997.


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KEY WEST FOOT .*



Conchs take on Doral Friday


It concludes
spring practice
for grid team

By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Buoyed by a promising
new quarterback and two im-
posing defensive ends, the
Key West High School foot-
ball team will conclude almost
four weeks of May practice Fri-
day night when it plays Doral
Academy at Tommy Roberts
Memorial Stadium.
The annual spring game
will begin at 7.
The Conchs are six months
removed from a 48-23 victory
over Miami Ferguson that
concluded their 2009 season.
Though they again failed to
make the state playoffs, their
6-3 record was the best in five
years.
That team was led by senior
quarterback Stephen Jones, who
set two school passing records and
will soon move on to Ellsworth
Community College in Iowa.
Taking over for Jones will


be Matteo Gazzale, a 5-foot-
9, 150-pound transfer from
Germany who will be a senior
when the 2010 season begins.
"He's been somewhat im-
pressive," said coach Jerry
Hughes. "He can run and his
arm is as strong if not stronger
than Stephen's. He just needs
to gain some self-confidence."
One of Gazzale's receivers
will be speedy Clive Georges,
who, as a sophomore, led the
team last fall in catches. An-
other wide-out will be Christian
Stewart, who, at 6-foot-3, will
make an inviting target al-
though he has yet, Hughes said,
to learn how to catch the ball.
Stewart's main value like-
ly will be on defense, where
he has moved from free safe-
ty to weak-side end. "He
brings speed and athleticism
off the edge," said defensive
coordinator Paul Davis.
The other defensive end will
be Roberto Val, who has
improved greatly since last sea-
son, when he was a freshman. A
strong 200-pounder, Val is able
to "stop the run well and does a
great job of putting pressure on
the quarterback," Davis said.


The'Conchs will need that
pressure because their second-
ary, except for Devin Barber
and Michael McFadden, lacks
experience. Davis has been
impressed with linebacker St.
Pierre Anulis, who can fill
holes and run sideline to side-
line. He didn't play last season
because of grade problems.
The Conch defense has
learned this spring from new
assistant coach Paul Valero, a
former assistant at Central
Michigan and West Virginia.
"He's able to teach our linemen
techniques that are taught on
the college level," Davis said.
Key West will face Doral (1-
8 last season) without two play-
ers Hughes expects to play
major roles in the fall - two-
way lineman Houston Wynn and
two-way back Clinton McCoy,
both of whom are injured.
The Conch roster has thin-
ned since the beginning of
spring practice, but Hughes,
who is 11-8 since returning to
his alma mater in 2008,
expected that. "The guys who
weren't totally committed are
gone," he said. "The guys who
are still here are workers."


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Key West quarterback Matteo Gazzale hands off to Norman Lopez during a recent practice.


FISHING THE FLORIDA KEYS

Tarpon to go nuts this week


Palolo hatch
F sends them
into a frenzy
A phenomenon greatly anti-
M cipated by
Florida

every year
- the
Pa1Iloo
wo.rm
hatch --
is expect-
ed to
occur with
the full
Chris Johnson moon this
week.
No bigger than your index
finger, these little red worms
emerge by the millions from the
underwater coral rock each May
and make a beeline for the reef.
.On their way, the worms tend to
concentrate at the bridges, where
the tarpon cannot resist their al-
lure and feed on them with gusto.
Masses of crazed tarpon tum-
ble and roll to gulp the worms
into their bucket mouths. Their
resulting behavior is something'


Susan Silverman (center) with her brother and his wife, Larry
and Kim Rosenberg, show part of their catch from a day of
reef fishing with SeaSquared Charters. Silverman landed a
nice 12-pound gag grouper on the first cast of the day.


reminiscent of a long night at
the Brass Monkey Lounge.
Not only are the tarpon
lured by the Palolo's charm,
but all sorts of snappers join the
party. Even the groupers come
out of their holes to partake.
On the day it happens, the
hatch begins in earnest at sunset
and continues through the dark
of night. Some years, the hatch


lasts many days, while other
years it is more short-lived. The
reality is no one truly under-
stands the wonder of the Palolo
worm hatch other than to know
it elicits a fish feeding frenzy. '
To witness this spectacle, on
Thursday take a walk at duss on
the old Seven Mile Bridge from
the east end to Pigeon Key. Chan-
ces are the waters below will be


chock full of charter boats anx-
iously awaiting the sight of little
red worms dashing about.

Dolphin biting
In other fishing, the dolphin
bite remains strong. We received
reports of fish caught anywhere
from the 200-foot depths out to
the edge of the shelf at 1,000 feet
and more. Once you clear the
reef line, start looking for birds,
weed lines or floating debris.
Charter boats are returning
to the docks with very respect-
able catches of dolphin. Most
of the schoolies are a good size
-5 to 8 pounds - and there
are plenty of slammers going
20 to 40 pounds.
The blackfin tuna fishing at
the humps is also very good
these days. Most of the tuna are
being taken on butterfly jigs.
On the inshore wrecks and
artificial reefs, there are suffi-
cient mutton snapper to keep
everyone, entertained. There are
also good numbers of nice-size
grouper in the same areas. Jack
crevalle and amberjack are hang-
ing on the higher-profile wrecks,
and there are plenty of permit on
* See Fishing, 2B


RUNNING


Delray man wins the Renegade


Key West's
,Conway tops
all women

A Delray Beach man took
the overall top spot in Satur-
day's Southernmost Seminoles
Renegade 5K Run/Walk
through Key West.
Matthew Novack, 40, ran
the race in 18 minutes, 10 sec-
onds. Coming out tops among
the women was a local, Jenna
Conway of Key West, at 21:28.
The inaugural race raised
money to fund scholarships for
local students who will attend
Florida State University. It was
based at Grim's Grill.
Following are complete
results, certified by the
Southernmost Runners Club:

Female
* 9 and under: 1, Mason
Whiteside, Key West, 39:58,
* 10to 13: 1, Mariel Wiley,
Summerland Key, 44:58; 2,
Gracie Meyer, Sugarloaf Key,
50:08.


* 14 to 19: 1, Alyssa Sawyer,
Key West, 22:41; 2, Jayci Hall,
Key West, 24:28; 3, Natalia
Veana, Orlando, 26:48; 4, Rach-
el Quad, Key West, 30:50; 5,
Rebecca Basler, Key West,
32:14; 6, Victoria Fitzsimmons,
Sugarloaf Key, 32:51; 7, Lauren
Boraas, Key West, 34:06.
* 20 to 29: 1, Laila Griffin,
Key West, 24:35; 2, Brooke
Joensen, Key West, 25. 27:47;
3, Christin Tassitano, Fort
Collins, Colo., 28:46; 4,
Danielle Short, Key West,
29:33; 5, Benton Ronelyn, Key
West, 29:49; 6, Rosie Koenig,
Key West, 32:06; 7, Carly
Hach, Key West, 39:30; 8,
Halley Haack, Key West, 41:20.
* 30 to 39: 1, Rachel Bail-
largeon, Cudjoe Key, 23:46; 2,
Niki Offutt, Fort Lauderdale,
25:26; 3, Susan Levin, Coral
Springs, 26:11; 4, Krishna Lowe,
Key West, 27:27; 5, Marisol
Parks, Key West, 28:02; 6,
Rhondaores, Key West, 29:02;
7, Rachel Thieman, Ramrod
Key, 29:16; 8, Lisa Gardi, Key
West, 30:50; 9, Julie Way, Key
West, 31:01; 10, Lori Richards,


Key West, 31:02; 11, Charlene
Nguyen, Key West, 32:34; 12,
Christine Godlewski, Big Pine
Key, 33:14; 13, Tracy McDan-
iel, Big Pine Key, 33:42; 14, Kim
Wallen, Big Pine Key, 33:58;
15, Kara Kight, Key West,
34:37; 16, Amanda Antonides,
Big Pine Key, 35:13; 17, Lisa
Blatt, Key West, 36:00; 18, Cher-
yle Truhan, Key West, 39:33;
19, Jessika Rady, Sugarloaf Key,
41:13; 20, Samantha Kornely,
Little Torch Key, 41:54; 21,
Monica Allen, Key West, 43:02;
22, Nikki Wellings, Key West,
43:04; 23, Cindy Williams, Big
Pine Key, 43:51; 24, Michelle
Perez, Key West, 45:03.
* 40 to 49: 1, Camille Wiley,
Summerland Key, 25:12; 2,
Donnauharty, Big Pine Key,
28:20; 3, Loie Blackstone, Ma-
rathon, 30:51; 4, Nora Lauben-
stein, Sugarloaf Key, 33:18; 5,
Mary Kent McDaniel, Cudjoe
Key, 33:43; 6, Wendy Meyer,
Sugarloaf Key, 36:53; 7, Flor
Vargas, Summerland Key, 38:55;
8, Cynthia Buchanan, Key West,
39:08; 9, Kelly Koenig, Key
West, 55:39.


* 50 to 59: 1, Terri Labrada,
Key West, 25:11; 2, Lizzette
Ramos, Big Pine Key, 36:32;
3, Luanne Doughtry, Key
West, 38:16; 4, Jamie Olwell,
Key West, 43:17.
* 60 to 69: 1, Haley
Herriott, Key West, 26:18; 2,
Ginny Kopperl, Branchville,
N.J., 31:21.
* Walkers: 1, Samantha
Knight, Tampa, 38:19; 2, Char-
lotte Whitehead, Key West,
39:42; 3, Veronica Schill, Key
West, 39:43; 4, Katherine Ty-
coliz, Key West, 40:41; 5, Cin-
dy Montgomery, Key West,
42:08; 6, Patria McGee, Big
Pine Key, 43:28; 7, Jalyn Krause,
Key West, 43:42; 8, Jo Keamey,
Key West, 44:38; 9, Robin Beede,
Key West, 44:39; 10, Alison,
Tycoliz, Key West, 53:47; 11,
Rose Beiro, Key West, 55:38.

Male
* 9 and under: 1, Jett
Valle, Key West, 28:15.
* 10 to 13: 1, Jacob Elomina,
Key West, 23:54; 2, Patrick

* See Renegade, 2B


KEY WEST FISHING

Dolphin Masters

is on Saturday


First place
in tournament
worth $13,125

Anglers can earn more than
$13,000 in cash prizes by pur-
suing the acrobatic dolphin
during the ninth annual Yama-
ha Dolphin Masters Invitatio-
nal, scheduled for Saturday in
the waters around Key West.
First-place honors and
$13,125 await the angler
scoring the highest total
combined weight of three
dolphin catches. The cash
purse is based on participa-
tion by a field of 25 boats.
The second-place winner
is to receive a four-night
tropical fishing vacation for
four, and the third-place

ISLAMORADA FIS

Few rules 1

dolphin tou

$10,000 goes
to the winner
in Islamorada

The more who get in, the
more you win is the message
for any angler interested in
joining the second annual
Islamorada Dolphin Tourna-
ment, set for June 4 through 6.
New for 2010 is a guar-
anteed $10,000 first prize
for the largest three dolphin
weighed in by a boat team.
It's all about catching fish,
and there are just a few rules
for this boat tournament.
An unlimited number of
anglers per boat can partici-
pate in the challenge, and all
members of a boat team do
not have to fish the same
day. Only two fish can be


Co-ed softball
league forming

The Marathon Parks and
Recreation Department is start-
ing an adult co-ed softball
league for the summer. It's
open to men and women ages
18 and up.
Those interested in playing
or coaches that already have a


team is to receive prizes as
well.
The angling challenge is
headquartered at Key West's
Historic Seaport at the Conch
Republic Seafood Co., 631
Greene St.
Tournament events are to
kick off at 6 p.m. Friday
with final registration, a
captains' meeting and party.
The following morning,
fishing will begin with a
Bimini start at 7 a.m. Anglers
will weigh in their dolphin at
the Conch Republic Seafood
docks from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.,
and an awards party will com-
mence at 5 p.m. at Conch
Republic Seafood.
The entry fee is $750 per
boat. For more information,
call John Stuempfig at 304-
7674.

MHING

for

irney
weighed per day, but it takes
the three biggest fish to win.
Cash and prizes also are
to be awarded for the largest
dolphin, largest blackfin
tuna, yellowfin tuna, bonita,
wahoo and kingfish.
Kickoff and final angler
registration is scheduled for 5
to 8 p.m. June 4 at the Whale
Harbor Restaurant and Mari-
na, mile marker 83.5 ocean-
side. Fishing days are June 5
and 6. An awards ceremony fol-
lows the second day of fishing.
Entry fee is $650 per boat
if received before Tuesday.
After that, the entry fee is
$700 per boat. The fee
includes drink tickets and
five tournament T-shirts.
To register, contact Dian-
ne Harbaugh at 852-2102 or
send an e-mail to ditourna
ments@aol.com.


team roster should contact
Mehgan Heaps at heapsm@ci
.marathon.fl.us or 743-6598.
The league is tentatively
scheduled to start in mid-July
and games will be played once
or twice a week in the
evenings at the Marathon
Community Park. An organi-
zational coaches/players meet-
ing is set for 7 p.m. June 2 at
the park's main pavilion.


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Snapper comes with a shark encounter


Race a success


From Fishing, 1B

the artificial reefs. These permit
are at the peak of their run and
should stick around for at least
another month.
On the reef, the yellowtail
fishing has been excellent.
When the proper conditions ex-
ist (current and wind in the
same direction), the fishing is
even better. There are lots of
fish in the 15- to 18-inch range,
with good numbers of flags
spicing the catches. As always,
he with the most chum wins.
You will have solid grouper
action there, as well.
The mangrove snapper are
plentiful in the 30- to 40-foot
depths on the reef. This fishing
will improve as June appfoach-
es and the snapper begin to
spawn.
Mangroves can be caught
during the day by using live
pinfish on jig heads presented
on or near the bottom. But the
best action is at night, when
they will take all variety of
live or dead baits. You may
want to beef up your snapper
gear, as many of these fish are
in the 5- to 6-pound category.
The patch reefs are ren-
dering red and gag grouper,
all species of snapper and
hogfish. Shrimp is the bait of
choice, but you'll need pin-
fish for the grouper.
The nearshore wrecks


and rough spots in the Gulf
are supplying a wide variety
of panfish - grouper, snap-
per of all kinds, porgies, fair
numbers of Florida pom-
pano and a variety of other
species, such as jacks and
ladyfish.
Gulf and bay fishing is great
family fun, with loads of tasty
fillets for the table at the end of
the day.
The shark fishing in the.
shallows has been simply fan-
tastic with lots of lemons in
the 5- to 7-foot range. With
summer vacation time just
around the comer, catch-and-
release shark fishing affords a
fun, eco-friendly adventure
guaranteed to entertain anglers
of all ages and abilities.

Week's best
Here's what the charter
captains from Marathon to
Key West have been catching
this week.
Capt. Jimmy Griffith, of
Angler Management Char-
ters out of the Island Fish
Co. in Marathon, spent his
week dolphin and blackfin
tuna fishing offshore with
some wreck fishing for per-
mit and grouper thrown in.
I knew it was going to be a
good day for my charter with
Larry and Kim Rosenberg and
Susan Silverman when the
first cast of the day hooked a


12-pound gag grouper landed
by Susan. Lots of yellowtail
followed, and we kept about
20 in the 18- to 22-inch class.
We also kept a nice kingfish.
Rick and Danielle Patufka,
on their annual visit from the
Jersey shore, chose to do some
dolphin fishing with me. About
20 miles out, I spotted some
birds working the surface and
we proceeded to put a limit of
schoolie dolphin in the boat.
Lifelong friends Sandy
Joren from Watchung, N.J.,
and Jay French from West
Palm Beach met up to spend
some time in Marathon with
their wives. Sandy and Jay
took a break from the cou-
ples activities to go fishing
on the SeaSquared.
The high winds and heavy
seas led us to fish the bay. We
hit a couple of wrecks in 8- to
10-feet of water and came
back to the dock with a harvest
to be envied: Mangrove, yel-'
lowtail and mutton snapper,
hogfish and porgies. We also
released a few short grouper.
. In the Lower Keys, Capt.
Kevin Wilson, of Knee Deep
Charters out of the Geiger Key
Marina, led Glen and Phyllis
Owens, their granddaughter
Beth and her husband Dallas
Pass, from Georgia, to a limit
of yellowtail snapper spiced
with a shark encounter.
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week lead Capt. Jack Teague, of
Finatic Charters, and his tarpon
anglers into Key West Harbor.
Teague notes one of the neat
features of fishing in the harbor
is that many different -species
pass through on tidal changes.
Though the greatest num-
bers of permit are spawning
in deep water venues now, it
is not uncommon to find lone
specimens, pairs or three-
sotnes while tarpon fishing
- and they are often tankers.
Key West's Reel Lucky Capt.
Moe Mottice would like readers
to know he covered about 60 to
70 square miles of ocean around
Key West last week and saw no
signs of tar balls or oil.
He fished from Fort Zac-
hary to the Northwest Chan-
nel to the Gulf of Mexico
and caught and released tar-
pon up to 130 pounds, plus
large blacktip and hammer-
head 'sharks. Mixed in were
snapper, mackerel and bar-
racudas, all feisty and happy
to give his anglers a fantas-
tic fight. Offshore, Mottice
trolled ballyhoo and caught
nice schoolie dolphin and
blackfin tuna and had two
marlin occurrences.
Crissy and Tim needed a
change from the rolling hills
and oil fields of North
Dakota and decided Key
West was the plan. The off-
shore bite was on' target with
Capt. Marlin Scott on the
Premium Time out of the
Key West Harbour Yacht
Club. They caught all the
dolphin they wanted, plus
blackfin tuna. A gag grouper
and amberjack were re-
leased when Crissy
declared, "Too many fish
already. Let 'em go!"
As always, the waters of
the Florida Keys offer a
multitude of fishing oppor-
tunities so get out there and
enjoy it. If you have a report
you'd like to contribute,
please send us an e-mail.

Capt. Chris Johnson spe-
cializes in offshore, gulf/bay,
bottom, wreck and reef fishing
with SeaSquared Charters out
of the 7 Mile Marina in Mar-
athon. You can reach him at
743-5305, SeaSquared@bell
south.net, www.SeaSquared
Charters.corn and wi.Fishing
ReportsFloridaKevs.coin.


From Renegade, 1 B

Matysik, Key West, 25:48; 3,
Danny Kearney, Key West,
26:32; 4, Eric Whiteside, Key
West, 27:13; 5, Jared Perez,
Key West, 28:00; 6, -Finnian
Valle, Key West, 28:01; 7, Ke-
vin Coward, Key West, 28:31;
8, Frankie Arencibia, Key
West, 36:02; 9, Evan Sellers,
Sugarloaf Key, 40:38; 10,
Enrique Veana-Maurer, Orlan-
do, 43:01; 12, David Gonzal-
ez, Key West, 45:52.
* 14 to 19: 1, Jozef Ro-
man, Key West, 19:13; 2,
Cale Hartle, Key West, 21:44;
3, Dakota Messier, Sum-
merland Key, 24:36; 4, Jack
Keamey, Key West, 32:01.
*20 to 29: 1, Shaun Cissel,
Port Tobacco, Md., 9:39; 2,
Edwin Antonio Parada, 22:21;
3, George Febus, Key West,
23:14; 4, Ross Tassitano, Fort
Collins, Colo., 28:47; 5, Da-
vid Ratner, Key West, 29:34.
* 30 to 39: 1, Julio Castro,
Key West, 19:35; 2, Chad Sal-
inero, Summerland Key, 24:42;
3, Bascom Grooms, Key
West, 24:47; 4, Demetrios Ef-
stration, Key West, 28:34; 5,
Jason Levin, Coral Springs,
29:42; 6, Michael Henderson,
Fort Lauderdale, 31:01; 7,
Scott Douthit, Key West,
33:00; 8, Joshua Clearman,
Summerland Key, 34:14.
* 40 to 49: 1, Juan Mayan-
cela, Sugarloaf Key, 18:34; 2,
Mike Russo, Key West, 20:40;
3, Roy Coley, Key West,
21:08; 4, Robert Kleinmeyer,
Key West, 21:31; 5, Chris.
Knight, Tampa, 21:49; 6,



Marathon swim team
signs up swimmers

Registration for the
Marathon chapter of United
States Swimming is now
being held for the summer
session.
For information call
743-4443 or 743-4442 and
ask for information about
the Marathon swim team.

Marathon signing up
kids for the summer

Registration is now
open for the Marathon


Mayti Meneses, Cudjoe Key,
22:43; 7, Robert Valle, Key
West, 24:09; 8, Phil Klausing,
Key West, 25:16; 9, Jay Hall,
Key West, 25:17; 10, Mid
Quad, Cudjoe Key, 25:22; 11,
Matt Gardi, Key West, 26:33;
12, Rick Brown, Key West,
27:09; 13, Ed Kaiser, Key
West, 28:26; 14, Enrique Vea-
na, Orlando, 28:57; 15, Robert
Barrios, Key West, 30:38; 16,
Andy Ceberio, Key West, 31:38;
17, Tim Boraas, Key West,
34:07; 18, Fernando Caceres,
Key West, 37:53; 19, James E
Wilson, Key West, 38:05.
* 50 to 59: 1, Hugo Cortez,
Key West, 21:25; 2, Ed Healy,
Key West, 24:11; 3, Jeff Mey-
er, Little Torch Key, 26:49; 4,
Chuck Fitzsimmons, Sugar-
loaf Key, 32:57; 5, Eva Lim-
bert, Key West, 40:43.
* 60 to 69: 1, Bill
Welzien, Sugarloaf Key,
22:48; 2, Mark Whiteside,
Key West, 26:13; 3, Melvin
Thompson, Key West,
32:52; 4, Richard Breese,
Big Pine Key, 34:10.
* 70 and over: 1, Terry
Doughtry, Key West, 34:52.
* Walkers: 1, Donald Fo-
lino, Huron, Ohio, 38:14; 2,
William Tycoliz, Key West,
40:06; 3, James Knowles, Key
West, 40:07; 4, Kip Blevin,
Key West, 40:25; 5, Terry Mc-
Gee, Big Pine Key, 41:42; 6,
Bud Halldorson, Little Torch
Key, 41:49; 7, Phillip Pierce
Jr., Key West, 42:27; 8, Ham-
ilton Montgomery, Key West,
42:28; 9, John Parks, Key West,
42:43; 10, Richard Castillo,
Key West, 45:27.


Parks and Recreation
Department's summer
programs for young people
at the city's community
park. They start the week of
June 14.
Camp Adventure runs
for nine weeks. Children
can register from week to
week or attend the entire
summer. The program runs
weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to
5 p.m. Summer soccer runs
for nine weeks Tuesday and
Thursday evenings at the
Community Park Soccer
fields.
For more information,
call the park office at 743-
6598.


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PUBLIC SALE
PARADISE TOWING, INC.,
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 06/09/2010,8:30
am at 202 20TH ST. OCEAN,
MARATHON, FL 33050,
pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes.
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reserves the right to accept or
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PROPERTY, AND THE
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FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1321
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1450863
RE: 00367680-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK 10 LT 5 CRAINS SUBD OF
GRASSY KEY PB 1-51 PT
SECS24-25-26 TWP 65S R
33E G33-77-78
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
JAMES H STEIN
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN;THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
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SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16,2010.
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SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
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DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
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JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1588342
RE: 00480111-017300
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK LT 173 HAMMER POINT
PARK- KEY LARGO OR820-
513 OR1280-539 (JB),
OR1514-2457Q/C(CMS)
OR1518-363D/C(CMS)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
REBECCA JOY RUSNAK
LEITH
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD.STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
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SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
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NAMES IN WHICH ITWAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/420
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1102857
RE: 00090491-000503
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
KAWAMA YACHT CLUB OF
KEY LARGO PHASE ONE
SEC ONE BLDG E UNIT #3 &
1.662% COMMON
ELEMENTS OR700-892
OR1019-68(JB)
OR,1.158-490(VC)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
LEONARDO P MENDEZ
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
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DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1452831
RE: 00369650-000000
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PROPERTY:
BK 26 LT 10 CRAINS SUBD
OF GRASSY KEY PB 1-51 PT
SECS 24-25-26 TWP 65S R
33E OR499-1122 296-189(JB)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
YIU WEI MAK&
SO FOON FONG
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE.
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
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Living

OUR SCHOOLS


Take Stock kids graduate Saturday


They receive

four-year

scholarships

Thirty-five Take Stock in
Children seniors from Coral
Shores, Marathon and Key
West high schools will receive
their Take Stock medallions
and four-year college scholar-,
ships this Saturday at 11:30


a.m. in the Marathon High
School auditorium.
U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-
Lehtinen will address the
graduates. Luana Peixoto
from Coral Shores, along with
Jeremy Foell from Marathon
and Peralt Annulysse from
Key West, will be the featured
student speakers, continuing a
tradition of having Take Stock
seniors from each high school
share their feelings on this


important day in their lives.
The seniors in this year's
graduating class join 266
from Monroe County who
preceded them for a total of
301 scholars who have suc-
cessfully completed the Take
Stock program and are pursu-
ing their college educations.
Following these seniors
are 224 Take Stock students
in grades seven through 11
'that have signed contracts


awarding them full four-year
college scholarships if they
behave well, maintain good
grades, stay crime- and
drug-free, and attend regular
weekly meetings with their
mentors.
Parents seeking future
Take Stock scholarships,
potential mentors and donors
willing to contribute to Take
Stock should call Jim Hall at
293-1546.


UPPER.KEYS


Group of aquanauts hits Aquarius


14th NEEMO

mission ended

on Sunday

McClatchy-Tribune

After living in a 400-
square-foot lab on the ocean
floor with five other men,
Steve Chappell says expedi-
tion members hardly ever
bumped into each other in the
tiny undersea compartment.
The six members of the 14th
NASA Extreme Environment
Mission Operations Project,
known as NEEMO, quickly
became used to living in a
world that is markedly un-
friendly to human life.
"The first day or so you get
used to where everything is,


and everybody knows it's a
tight space," Chappell said of
Aquarius, -which is 62 feet
below the ocean's surface 3.5
miles off Key Largo. "When
you see someone coming, it
becomes automatic to just shift
yourself and let them pass by."
Despite being submerged in
warm tropical waters - and
the menagerie of brightly col-
ored fish that often wander by
the lab's windows - life
aboard Aquarius might not be
that different than life would
be on the surface of the moon
or even Mars.
Since 2001, NASA has
been taking advantage of the
similarities between space
and the ocean - living in
both locations requires exten-
sive planning and sophisti-
cated life-support systems -


to test prototype equipment,
including rovers and space-
suits, that might one day be
used by astronaut colonists.
On May 10, the latest group of
aquanauts, including Chappell,
arrived at Aquarius - which is
owned by the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration
and run by the University of North


Carolina-Wilmington - where
they stayed until Sunday.
The buoyancy of ocean
water allows the aquanauts
to simulate space walks out-
side of the lab. The "space-
suits" worn by the team can
be weighted to imitate how
different degrees of gravity
might feel.


I The Aquarius underwater lab off Key Largo has been used
by many astronauts for training before they headed into
space on a space shuttle.


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HOLDER OF THE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FOR A
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS.:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/521
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 20071
ALT KEY NO: 1131741
RE: 00111070-017000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
25 66 29 BIG PINE KEY PINE
KEY ACRES TRACT Q
OR795-430
OR1296-192(JMH)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
YIUWEIMAK&
SOFOONFONG
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
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16,1010.
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ASSESSED ARE AS.
FOLLOWS:.
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1353
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1452840
RE: 00369660-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK26 LT 11 RAINS SUBD
OF GRASSY KEY PB 1-51 PT
SECS 24-25-26 TWP 65S R
33E OR499-1122 296-189(JB)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
YIUWEI MAK&
SO FOON FONG
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


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FOLLOWING
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SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
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DATE OF ISSUANCE. THE
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DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/993
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1317942
RE: 00248330-000000
DESCRIPTION OF.
PROPERTY: -
BK 3 LT 31 PINE CHANNEL
EST SEC TWO BIG PINE KEY
PB6-2 OR795-2116/18
OR1164-1778(JB)
OR1316-1569/70Q/C(CMS)
OR1784-2336(CTT)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
STEVEN BAND BARBARA J
SALVADOR
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1719700
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
2010-1I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT TARPON IV LLC,THE
HOLDER OF THE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FOR A
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY. AND THE
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NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/985
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1313572
RE: 00245670-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK 8 LT25 CAHILL PINES &
PALMS BIG PINE KEY PB3-94
OR466-552-554 OR569-889 -
OR742-143 OR873-2426
OR943-744/745QC
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
FELIX GUTIERREZJR
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDERATTHE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
.THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


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CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1429
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1464236
RE: 00380540-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK 7 LT 2 DUCK KEY
CENTER ISLAND SEC-2
PART-2 TOMS HARBOR
PB5-82 OR492-1022
OR521-347-348Q
OR802-1751
OR1794-524(CTT)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
MICHAEL BIRMINGHAM
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
.April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA'
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.1722000


No. 1720100
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THAT TARPON IV LLC,THE
HOLDEROFTHE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FOR A
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, TFIE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH ITWAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'
THAT CHARLES P
ZAPOTOCKY,THE HOLDER
OF THE FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE'
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1002
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
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JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1329797
RE: 00258110-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK 8 LT 11 AMD PLAT OF BLK
8 PB5-92 BIG PINE INC BIG
PINE KEY OR563-564
OR1296-190(JB)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:-
YIUWEIMAK&
SOFOONFONG
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.1723000
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT VERONA V LLC,THE
HOLDER OF THE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBERAND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1351
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1452823
RE: 00369640-000000

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With the help of the Z Club at Marathon High School, the Marathon Parks and Recreation Department hel ad end-of-school-year dance on May 21
Park. It was for elementary-age children.


Photo by ALl ADAMS
at the Marathon Community


Refuge organizes
cleanup of shore

The National Key Deer
Refuge has put out a call for


volunteers to help clean up
beaches along Ohio Key and
Long Beach on Big Pine Key
in anticipation of the possibili-
ty that oil from the Gulf of
Mexico spill might arrive here.-


The cleanup is planned for
Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Volunteers willing to help out
need to RSVP to the refuge visi-
tor center (call 872-0774 or send
an e-mail to james_
bell@fws.gov) by the end of
Thursday.


Library's theme
is'Make a Splash'

"Make a Splash - Reaid!'
is the theme of the summer pro-
gram at the Islamorada library.
Children will explore the world
of water and water fun through
stories, songs, games and other
activities about oceans, rivers,
lakes and pools, and the crea-
tures that live in them.
The free summer reading
program is open to preschool-
ers through young adults. It
will be held Fridays from 2 to
4 p.m. June 25 through July
23 (there is no program on
July 4). An adult must accom-
pany children under 8. To
register or for more informa-
tion, call the library at 664-
4645.


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DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:

BK 26 LT 9 CRAINS SUBD OF
GRASSY KEY PB 1-51 PT
SECS 24-25-26 TWP 65S R
33E OR499-1122
OR1296-189(JB)

NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:

YIUWEIMAK&
SOFOONFONG

ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATE(S)VWILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.

DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010

DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.

PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1723700

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
2010-25

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT CHARLES P
ZAPOTOKY,THE HOLDER
OF THE FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:

CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1003
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1329827
RE: 00258140-000000

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:

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BK8LT14AMDPLATOFBLK
8 PB5-92 BIG PINE INC BIG
PINE KEY OR563-564
OR1296-190(JB)

NAME IN WHICHASSESSED:

YIUWEIMAK&
SO FOON FONG

ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDERATTHE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.

DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010

DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA.
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.

PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1927500

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

Case No.: 2010-DR-328-K

Hansell, Robin,
Petitioner

and

Younis, Waseem,
Respondent.

2nd AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: WASEEM YOUNIS
Respondent's last known
address:
124 S. LOPEZST.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against
you and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to iton ROBIN
HANSELL whose address is
1110 FLEMING ST. #4, KEY
WEST, FL 33040 on or before
JUNE 7.2010. and file the
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original with the clerk of this
Court at 500 WHITEHEAD ST.,
KEY WEST, FL 33040 before
service on Petitoner or
immediately thereafter. If you
fall to do so, a default may be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
petition.

Copies of all court
documents in this case,
including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents
upon request.

You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
-address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of
pleadings.

Dated: April 27, 2010.

CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Marislady Lopez
Deputy Clerk

Publish
May5, 12,19,26,2010.
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DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 8592710
RE: 00108040-000401

DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:

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NAME KEY PT NW 1/4 OF SW
1/4 OR844-324/325
OR937-1598/1599
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OR1457-2218/19EST(CMS)
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NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:

BRENDA M WARNER

ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.

DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF
May, 2010

DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA'
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.

PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16,2010.
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TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBERAND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
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FOLLOWS:


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ALT KEY NO: 1629383
RE: 00510060-000000

DESCRIPTION OF
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VILLAGE PB2-80 KEY LARGO
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RE:'00208190-000000

DESCRIPTION OF
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OR447-3697/940 OR819-1138
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NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:


NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: ROSCOE R KOHR


HENRY STERNLIEB
REVOCABLE TRUST DTD
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ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW,`THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.

DATED THIS 3rd.DAY OF
May, 2010

DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.

PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16, 2010.
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DATE OF ISSUANCE, T.HE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
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FOLLOWS:

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DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST. 2007
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BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDERATTHE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.

DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF
May, 2010

DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.

PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
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DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:

CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1694
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
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Wednesday, May 26,2010 5B


Church service
focuses on storms

St. Francis-in-the-Keys
Episcopal Church on Big
Pine Key is recognizing
Trinity Sunday and the
upcoming hurricane season
with a service this Sunday
featuring prayers for a
peaceful hurricane season
drawn from various sources.
Worshippers are encour-
aged to bring their keys to be
blessed as proxies for their
homes. The church will hand
out little hurricane prepara-
tion kits to all who attend.
St. Francis-in-the-Keys is
at 1600 Key Deer Blvd.

Free airplane
rides for kids

The Florida Keys chapter
of the Experimental Aircraft
Association is giving free
airplane rides to kids at Key
West International Airport
on June 5 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. as part of its Young
Eagles program. It's, open to
kids ages 8 to 17, who must
be accompanied by a parent
or guardian. Go to Island
City Flying Service just west
of the terminal.
For more information,
contact Marc Hightower at
923-0745.

Prayer vigil
addresses spill

The Marathon Church of
God, 800 74th St. oceanside,
is holding a prayer vigil at 6
p.m. Saturday asking for
help and protection from the
Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Center offers .
Spanish class

The Dallas MacDonald
Senior Center on Big Pine
Key is presenting a new con-
versational Spanish class
hosted by Gilbert Suarez.
Everyone is welcome to par-
ticipate, from beginners on
up.
The classes are held
Monday, Tuesdays and
Friday from 5:30 to '6:30
p.m. at the center, 380 Key
Deer Blvd., right behind the


firehouse. There is no
charge; instructional materi-
als will be provided at no
cost.
Call 872-3990 to sign up.


at night.
Cover to Cover Books is
in the Tavernier Towne
Shopping Center, mile
marker 91.2.


Author Cimino signs Readers group
at Cover to Cover discusses 'Guernsey'

. T. Rafael Cimino, author The Marathon Library
of "Mid Ocean," spent most Book Discussion Group
of his childhood and young meets June 4 at 10 a.m. at the
adult years living in the library to discuss "The
Upper Keys. Twenty-five Guernsey Literary and Potato
years later, he is returning Peel Pie. Society" by Mary
with his fictional drama Ann Shaffer. It's a story about
about smuggling and police how a Guernsey Island book
corruption in hand, ready to discussion group helped
answer mounting questions maintain the sanity of its
from locals who -lived the members during five years of
real-life saga that spurred his Nazi occupation. All readers
tale of fiction. are welcome.
On Saturday, Cover to
Cover books in Islamorada The Art of Racing'
will hostCimino from 1 to 5
p.m. for a book signing and is book selection
question-and-answer ses-
sions. The Key Largo Book
In "Mid Ocean," special Club meets on June 15 at 7
agent Joel Kenyon, just out p.m. at the Key Largo
of the U.S. Customs acade- library, mile marker 101.4,
my, has been assigned to the to discuss "The Art of
Keys. In a short time he Racing in the Rain" by
must adjust himself to a Garth Stein.
lifestyle of sandals, Jimmy It's "narrated" by an
Buffet and the quest for the observant, wise, well-man-
perfect frozen drink. Set in nered dog named Enzo, who
1984, "Mid Ocean" takes is part of a loving family and
readers to a Caribbean wild believes he will be.reincar-
west - a haven for divers nated as a human. He loves
and fishermen during the to watch race-car DVDs and
day, a conduit for smugglers speed around a race track
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with his owner, and listen to
his owner talk about auto
racing. The book offers
insights into how dogs might
perceive human foibles and
pain.
For further information
call 852-5756.

Cates to chair
July 4 event

Cheryl Cates, wife of
Key West Mayor Craig
Cates, has been named
chairwoman of this year's
Hospice of the Florida
Keys/Visiting Nurse Associ-
ation Fourth of July picnic at
the Wyndham Casa Marina.
Money raised will be used to
provide in-home nursing and
hospice care for those who
could not otherwise afford it.

Joint replacement
courses planned

Beginning in June, Lower
Keys Medical Center holds a
monthly class from 11 a.m.
to noon the second
Wednesday of the month for
patients who are having or


who are interested in total
joint replacement surgery.
The sessions will be held
at the dePoo Medical
Building, 1200 Kennedy
Drive, and are for patients of
doctors Robert Catana,
Donald Harrell, Robert
Loeffler and David Perry, al-
though anyone can attend.
Light lunch will be served.
Call Elizabeth at 292-5872.

Mini-golf tourney
aids scholarship

The fourth annual Charlie
Smith Memorial Miniature
Golf Open is planned for
Boondocks on Ramrod Key
Monday from 2 to 6 p.m.
The day includes mini-
golf, children's crafts, face
painting, raffles, a silent
auction and live music by
Nafe Meyer. Proceeds bene-
fit the Southernmost Hockey
Club and the Charles An-
drew Smith Memorial
Scholarship Fund.
Mini golf tickets are $10.
For more information, call
849-5593 or go to www
.remembercharliesmith
.com


AARP driving
class offered

An AARP driver-safety
class for people older than
50 is planned for 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday at Mariners
Hospital in Tavernier. Cost
is $12 for AARP members
and $14 for others.
Successful completion of
it could mean a break on
your auto insurance; ask
your agent. To sign up, call
Mary Lou at 852-1620.

Foster families
needed in Monroe

Wesley House Family
Services is planning to offer
training to prospective foster
parents in Monroe County.
Certification courses are
required for foster parents,
along with background checks
and a character screening. The
next course begins June.8, and
runs every Tuesday from 6 to 9
p.m. at Habana Plaza, 1314
Flagler Ave., Key West, through
Aug. 3.
If interested, call Molly
McAteer at 289-2677.


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PROPERTY:
OCEAN ACRES PB1-188 KEY
LARGO LOT 21 G66-569
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
PATRICIA RAGEN BROPHY
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.,
DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF
May, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1976300
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
2010-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT TARPON IV LLC, THE
HOLDER OF THE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEFEON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1276
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1438235
RE: 00356550-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
AMENDED PLAT OF
FLAMINGO ISLAND
ESTATES PB5-121 BOOT
KEY E 1/2 LOT 110 & ALL LOT'
111 BK1 OR 408-277
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OR772-577 OR934-990
OR1797-1064
OR2192-415T/C
OR2228-1264C
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
SCOTTJ KORFF
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF
May, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1976800
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
2010-32
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT TARPON IV LLC, THE
HOLDER OF THE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1796
DATE OF ISSUANCE:.
JUNE.1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1580082
RE: 00472950-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK 12 LT 32 LARGO SOUND
PARK PB3-111 KEY LARGO.
OR248-330 OR529-226D/C
OR1544-1651 (CMS)


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NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:


RODNEY D MILLER
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDERATTHE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF
May, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 1977300
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
2010-33
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT TARPON IV LLC, THE
HOLDEROFTHE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1'803
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1584185
RE: 0047741 0-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK3LT5LARGO
BEACH-KEY LARGO PB1-108
OR253-513 OR861-1063
OR1026-754D/C
OR1159-1654 R1230-31/32CT
OR1270-2249 ORi648-944
OR1883-314
OR2097-1844/51 F/J
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ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
CERTIFICATES) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF
May, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.1978600
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
2010-34
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT TARPON IV LLC, THE
HOLDEROFTHE
FOLLOWING .
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAID CERTIFICATES) FORA
TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED .
THEREON, THE
CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/2037
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1655961
RE: 00532701-040900
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK 14 LT 20 SEXTON COVE
ESTATES - RESUBDIVISION
KEY LARGO PB6-30
OR621-290 OR651-510Q
OR651-511Q
OR750-1225-1226
OR806-1594 OR821-2331
OR1000-291 (VC)
OR1164-1755(VC)
OR1174-412(CMS)
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OR1589-925(ND)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
ANN RICHARDS
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY
BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH-
CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE
REDEEMED ACCORDING TO
LAW, THE PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN SUCH
CERTIFICATES) WILL BE
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDERATTHE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS3rd DAY OF
May, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.2329100
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO:2010-CP-24-K
JUDGE:
FLORIDA BAR NO:
278297/889210
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DAVID C. HALL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(ANCILLARY
ADMINISTRATION)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
The ancillary administration of
the Estate of David C. Hall,
Deceased, File Number:
2010-CP-24-K is pending in the
Circuit Court for Monroe
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
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is 500 Whitehead Street, Key
West, Florida 33040, and the
post office address is 500
Whitehead Street, Key West,
Florida 33040. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and the
Personal Representative's
attorneys are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against the
Decedent's'estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been
served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
LATTER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE TIME OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF"
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the \
Decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS,
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) OR MORE YEARS
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is May 19,2010.
WARREN K. HALL
ANCILLARY PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
1720 COMSTOCK LANE
NORTH
PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA
55447
ATTORNEY FOR ANCILLARY
PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
HAROLD E. WOLFE, JR.,
ESQ.
HAROLD E. WOLFE, JR., P.A.
FLORIDA BAR NO. 278297
2300 PALM BEACH LAKES
BOULEVARD
EXECUTIVE CENTRE
SUITE 302
WEST PALM BEACH,
FLORIDA 33409
TELEPHONE NO:
(561) 697-4100
FACSIMILE NO:
(561)697-4101
ATTORNEY FOR ANCILLARY
PERSONAL
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KICK BUTTS


Donna Stayton, tobacco-
prevention specialist at the
Monroe County Health
Department, displays a
Students Working Against
Tobacco-sponsored billboard
during a past Kick Butts Day
at Key West High School.
Students signed the board,
promising to remain
tobacco-free and requesting
that Monroe County retailers
remove candy-flavored
tobacco products from store
shelves. World No Tobacco
Day is May 31.


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Key West PAL
hosting campers
/The Key West Police
Athletic League is hosting
its second PAL Island Life
Summer Camp starting" June
14 and ending Aug. 13.
It's for kids from
kindergarten through fifth
grade and costs $100 per
week (there is. a sibling
discount). Kids can regis-
ter for all or part of the
nine-week session.
Based at the Key West
High School campus,
planned activities include
swimming, gymnastics,
movies, sports, arts and
crafts, music, dancing,
field trips and more.
Registration forms' are
available on the Key West
city Web site, www.key-
westcity.com; by calling
Lt. Kathleen Ream at 809-
1010; or by sending an e-
mail . kwpal.summer-
camp@gmail.com.


CAMP continues
registering kids

The Educational
Coalition for Monroe
County in collaboration
with the Monroe County
School District and
Florida Keys Community
College is registering
Keys students for its
Collegiate Arts Magnet
Program, known as
CAMP, and Careers 2010,
a summer academy.
Applications are being
accepted for kids in grades
three through 12. CAMP
runs from June 12 through
July 18 at Marathon High
School. Countywide trans-
portation is 4 provided.
Public, private and home-
schooled students can par-
ticipate.
CAMP has kids training
with world-renowned
instructors in winds, per-
cussion, brass, guitar,
vocals, physical perform-


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ance, theater, rhythm,
Stomp, 'ballroom dance
and film. Music students
must have at least one year
of previous vocal or
instrumental instruction.
There are also prep cours-
es for the Scholastic
Aptitude Test, and instruc-
tion in the culinary arts,
hospitality management
and tourism.
The program costs
$625, which includes
tuition, student materials,
final- performance attire
and CAMP T-shirt.
Call 743-6215 or visit
www.campandcareers.com
to find out more.

Gant graduates
from Bryant

Tracey Gant of Key
West graduated May 22
from Bryant University in
Smithfield, R.I., with a
bachelor's degree in busi-
ness administration.


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Legal Notices
REPRESENTATIVE:
RICHARD M. KLITENICK,
ESQ.
RICHARD M. KLITENICK, P.A.
FLORIDA BAR NO. 889210
1009 SIMONTON STREET
KEY WEST, FLORIDA 33040
TELEPHONE NO:
(305) 292-4101
FACSIMILE NO:
(305) 292-4102
Publish May 19,26,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.2488000
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
OF MONROE COUNTY
ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
that on May 19, 2010 at
approximately 2:00 P.M. at
the Murray E. Nelson
Government Center, 102050
Overseas Highway, Key
Largo, Monroe County,
Florida, the Board of County
Commissioners of Monroe
County, Florida, after
unanimous vote to waive notice
of a public hearing pursuant to
F. S. 125.66(3), adopted the
following ordinance:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
MONROE COUNTY,
FLORIDA AMENDING
CHAPTER 12. OFTHE
MONROE COUNTY CODE BY
CREATING ARTICLE VI. OIL
POLLUTION COST
RECOVERY (SEC. 12-140
THROUGH SEC. 12-143);
PROVIDING FOR
IMMEDIATE ENACTMENT
AS AN EMERGENCY
ORDINANCE BY A
UNANIMOUS VOTE OF THE
BOARD PURSUANT TO F.S.
125.66(3) TO WAIVE NOTICE
OF A PUBLIC HEARING;
PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING
FORTHE REPEAL OF ALL
ORDINANCES
INCONSISTENT HEREWITH;
PROVIDING FOR
INCORPORATION INTO THE
MONROE COUNTY CODE OF
ORDINANCES; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Pursuant to Section 286.0105,
Florida Statutes, notice is given
that if a person decides to
appeal any decision made by
the Board with respect to any
matter considered at such
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Miscellaneous


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for the Key West area.
Deliver our newspaper seven days a
week between 4:30 a.m. & 7 a.m.
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Miscellaneous

TOM THUMB
FOOD STORES
Seeking
MANAGER
in Marathon
Salary based on
experience. Bonuses,
Medical, Profit Sharing,
Credit Union and
vacation.
Call Carlos at
786-295-5307




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Vacation Travel Club
TRAVEL TRAVEL TRAVEL
Ever Dream Working in the Travel Field?
Help us book our clients all over the world! Members only Travel Club relocated
from Michigan to ey argo and we need your help in different department.
If you always wanted to work in the travel field, this job is for you!
Customer Service Representative
and Travel Agent positions will go fast.
Computer and phone experience a plus.
This is not a Telemarketing position.
Please call now at 305-853-5800
M-F, 10am - 5pm to set up your interview.

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Pharmacy Technician
Surgical Technician
Registered Nurses (ER/ICU)

PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE GROUP
Clinic Nurse
Apply to: 3301 Overseas Highway * Marathlon, FL 33050
wwwVfishermelnshospital.conm
Human Resources: (305) 289.6406 * 'AX: (305) 743-3962
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hearings or meetings, he will
need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, he may need to
ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
Dated at Key West, Florida, this
20th dayof May, 2010.
DANNY L. KOLHAGE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
and ex officio Clerk of the Board
of County Commissioners of
Monroe County, Florida
Publish May 26,2010.
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EMPLOYMENT
260 * General.-
Miscellaneous
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW
BEING ACCEPTED for
General Mainenance Person.
Exp. required. Please apply at
Seacamp, 1300 Big PineAve.,
Big Pine Key. Ask for Craig or
Mike, no phone calls please.
Boat Cleaning, Maintenance.
Repair; pick-up & delivery.
Experience required. Must
have valid Driver's License.
Marathon. 305-481-7006
BOAT SALES
P/T, F/T, top commissions,
sales exp. & dependable
transportation req'd. Retirees
welcome. 305-872-3123


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Study: Online doctor reviews are tame
disgruntled patients would General Internal Medicine, leagues examined 33-physi- Lebanese restaurant,"
Some feared
h their re orations and round that the Web sites cian-rating sites that con- authors pointed out


ratings would
hurt reputations
McClatchy-Tribune
Many doctors were con-
siderably worried when
Web sites began to pop up
allowing consumers to rate
their doctors. They feared


Lr1 lllllt i .I-PL IUMON l miL
ruin their practices. Some
even ask their patients to
sign a gag order prohibiting
them from expressing their
opinions of the doctor on the
Internet.
But a new study urges
doctors to remain calm. The
study, published online this
week in the Journal of

.AT'T :-- . ..


haven't caught on in any big
way with consumers. Addi-
tionally, many of the
reviews posted online are
positive.
Dr. Tara Lagu, of Tufts
University School of
Medicine in Boston and
Baystate Medical Center in
Springfield, and her col-


trained 190 reviews for 81
doctors. They found 88 per-
cent of the reviews were
positive, 6 percent negative
and 6 percent neutral.
General practitioners and
specialists did not differ in
the types of reviews they
received.
Patients just don't appear
too interested in providing
feedback on their doctors,
the authors noted, despite
the fact that consumers gen-
erally love and use ratings
systems. In contrast to the
scarcity of doctor reviews, a
search of restaurants in
Boston's Beacon Hill area
"turned up 38 narrative
reviews for a' single


the


The American Medical
Association has expressed
concerns about such Web
sites, saying that doctors
wouldn't be able to respond
to negative patient reviews
because of patient confiden-
tiality requirements. But the
study found that many of the
negative comments were
about things like the lack of
parking and waiting too
long in the waiting room -
issues that can be addressed
without violating patient
confidentiality.
Ratings sites, of course,
are subject to manipulation.
Perhaps the most obvious
tinkering found in the study
was that several "narrative


reviews" appeared to be
written by the doctors them-
selves. The doctor rating
Web sites overall were
found to be "neither user-
friendly nor patient-cen-
tered," the authors noted.
Searching for information is
cumbersome, information is
incomplete and advertising
is prevalent.
The sites have the poten-
tial to empower patients.
And, to be sure, consumers
today are encouraged to be
smarter and more discrimi-
nating shoppers of health-
care services and products
in order to reduce costs. But
this is one Internet function
that doesn't seem to do'
patients much good or doc-
tors much harm.


The Florida Keys Elite All Star Cheer and Dance team, under the direction of Alyssa
Weaver, just marked three years of competition through the Florida Cheer & Dance
Association, Spirit Unlimited and Cheersport. The members are Anahi Ornelas, Lili
Ledesma, Naomi Ornelas, Rikilee Cope, Jamie Dillon, lyamilet Vargas and Weaver.They've
won numerous competitions.


Bay and Reef
opening up camp

The Bay and Reef Co. in
Islamorada is offering two
summer camp programs for
kids ages 8 to 13.
Bay and Reef Sea Camp is
designed for kids to engage in
structured and educational


programming while they
snorkel, fish, kayak and
explore mangrove and sea-
grass habitats. Each day will
be spent in, on and under the
water, with the goal of intro-
ducing kids to the underwater
world of the Keys. Sea Camp
will be offered June 21 to 25
and Aug. 2 to 6.
Fishing Camp is June 28


through July 2. Each day will
focus on a different habitat
while kids learn to rig rods,
tie knots, safety at sea, con-
servation concepts and correct
fish-handling procedures. The
final day will culminate in a
cook-your-catch barbecue.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call Elizabeth Jolin at 393-
0994 for more information.


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Healthcare


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Professional Professional


-A- '" ' '~^ - "
Wesley House
I I ' Family Services
Family Counselor
F/T position in the Upper Keys is responsible for
providing, two levels of in-home services client-centered
intensive preservation and stabilization services to strengthen
and preserve families by helping parents and children
manage conflict. The Counselor offers services to families
on a voluntary basis and works as part of the Wesley House
Team. Master's Degree in social services or related
human services field required.

Email resume to HR@wesleyhouse.org or stop by
S1304 Truman Ave. for an application.
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C/A SERVICE TECH
Minimum 5 years exp. Must
have basic hand tools. Please
apply in person, Windswept
A/C, 2735 O/S Hwy, Marathon.

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260 * General -
Miscellaneous
DIVE BOAT CAPTAIN
HALL'S DIVING CENTER
Marathon, FL is seeking full
time & part time Captain w/
Masters License. Must hold a
Divemaster certification or be a
certified diver whb will train to
DM level, have strong custom-
er relation skills, a professional
appearance and able to per-
form routine vessel mainte-
nance as scheduled. Contact
Bob Brayman or Randy Botteri
at 305-743-5929 to pick up
application or email; resume to
randy@hallsdiving.com.

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275
Professional


CENTENNIAL



Centennial Bank in Key West is seeking a:

COMMERCIAL LOAN OFFICER
We are seeking a lender with the experience
and knowledge to grow and oversee a
commercial loan portfolio in Key West.
The successful candidate will have at least
5 years commercial lending experience;
BS/BA degree preferred. Must have strong
analytical skills and experience with credit
analysis. Need to demonstrate excellent
customer relations and communication skills.
Please go to http://homebancshares.applicantharbor.com/
to complete an application


260 * General -
Miscellaneous

DRIVER NEEDED
Clean driving record a MUSTI
Must speak English. Apply in
person from 12-3, M-F, at Ore
Seafood, 1264 Ocean View
Ave., end of 15th St., Marathon.
Licensed property MGR.
Good customer service &
computer skills necessary.
Quickbooks & general
knowledge in bookkeeping. For
interview call 305-451-0232.,
MONROE COUNTY COORD.
TV/MULTIMEDIA TECH.
SERV; KW $41,678.24 -
$51,055.45/
40 HPW REQ: VOC/TECH
SCHOOL, CERTIFICATION,
TRAINING, OR APPREN-
TICESHIP BEYOND HS; 5-7
YRS MIN AMOUNT OF PRIOR
RELATED WORK EXP; FL DL
E.O.E. DEADLINE: 6/3/10.
292-4557;
hramonroecounty-fl.gov
NOW HIRING
Service Mgr/Parts Mgr (Com-
puter literate - QB preferred).
Equipment Op/Spotter, OB/
New Boat Sales-commis-
sioned. EXPERIENCED ONLY
w/good references need apply.
DFWP/EOE. Contact
sherry@marathonboatyard.
com, 305-743-6341
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260 * General -
Miscellaneous
OUTDOOR RESORTS
P/T Gate Attendant.
Weekends a must.
Call 305-664-4860 or 664-3046
AV LOOK!
Part Time Office Cleaning
Immediate hire. Daytime. Key
Largo, Islamorada & Layton.
MUST be reliable. Drug Free
Workplace. 743-0697 Iv msgq
SALES POSITION
Must have bait experience,
bi-lingual helpful, and have
office skills. Apply in person
from 12-3 M-F, at Ore Seafood,
1264 Ocean View Ave., end of
15th St., Marathon.
WOULD YOU LOVE TO SELL
beautiful jewelry, handbags,
shoes & clothing for men,
women & children? Busy fun,
upscale retail store looking for
flex sales person, 2-4 days/wk
who is good w/register, people
oriented & understands the
importance of exc cust service.
Start $10/hr w/raise according
to abilities. Fax resume
743-0619; email
bayshoreclothing@aol.com or
apply at store.

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Business Services

REAL ESTATE
LICENSING
COURSE
Now starting
on June 8
Tues. & Weds. from
5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
for 8 weeks.
Cost is $299 includes
all materials
To Join, call
Jose Martinez Jr.
786.287.6400
Real Estate Instructor
Keller Williams Real Estate

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Office - Clerical
CAM needed for 84 unit
condo in Middle Keys, Min
3yrs experience. Computer,
QB & P/R skills required. PTO,
Health incl. Fax Resume to
305-664-2092
MARATHON GARBAGE
SERVICE - is now hiring an
OFFICE ASSISTANT -
Computer exp. a must. Min. HS
Diploma/GED. Quick Books,
A/R, A/P experience a plus.
APPLY IN PERSON ONLY.
4290 Overseas Hwy., Mthn
OFFICE ASSISTANT- Light
duties such as answering
phones & filing, for fast paced
office position. Apply in person
from 12-3, M-F at Ore Seafood,
1264 Ocean View Ave., end of
15th St., Marathon. 743-2255
275
Professional

Monroe Assoc for Retarded
Citizens (Upper Keys) is hiring
Substitutes. Background
check, current FL DL and refs
required. Call Corinne
(305) 852-3232 EOE
280 * Restaurants-
Bars - Hotels

CLERK, GATE ATTENDANT
& HOUSEKEEPER
POSITIONS AVAILABLE
F/T. Valid DL and reliable trans-
portation required. Background
check req'd. Apply in person:
Sunshine Key RV Resort,
38801 O/S Hwy, Big Pine Key.
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Miscellaneous


100s of Beds
Factory Direct to You
4 pc. Wicker Bedroom Set $459
Queen Sleeper Sofa $369
Dinettes, Futons, Recliners
Simmons Beautyrest
www.fredsbeds.com
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Marathon � MM 54.5 - 743-7277
Big Coppitt � MM 9.5- 295-8430

280 * Restaurants-
Bars - Hotels

COOK
Nowhiring F/T Cook. Please
apply at Keys Fisheries, end of
35th St., Gulf, Marathon. Drug
free workplace. E.O.E.
FRONT DESK AGENT MM61
Must be able to work weekends
& holidays. Apply in person at
Calm Waters Spa at Hawk's
Cay Resort
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MERCHANDISE

515 * Antiques -
,Collectibles

ALL AMERICAN COINS &
CURRENCY-SILVER & GOLD
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8B Wednesday, May 26,2010


'server crossword puzzle
"It's Novel" - Solution in the May 29 Keynoter


ACROSS
1 The Tuileries, to Rene
5 Lot maps
10 Paleozoic and
Mesozoic
14 Start
19 Ersatz butter
20 Venice bridge
21 "Ofand Men"
22 Entirely
23 Novel set in Gopher
Prairie
' 25 Edith Wharton novel
27 Burn off, as turkey
feathers
28 Real thing: meta-
physics
29 Lode materials
30 Evaluate
31 Hosp. staff mems.
33 Hunt goddess
35 Graf
36 Shaw's parody of
ancient Egypt
42 Mosaic.part
43 Roman magistrate
44 North Sea tributary
. 47, Parade or rehearsal
48 Pt.of MIT
51 Sudden burst, as of
I activity
54 Full-house sign
.55 Train stop, for short
56 Metrical foot
59 First'name in detec-
tive fiction
60 like a bird
61 Madam, in Madrid


63 Samovar
65 Just so, in Bonn
67 Classic fight for a
man's soul
73 Worn away, as rock
74 Sea eagle
75 Sometimes they're pet
76 Feel sick
77 _Verde: Colorado
national park
80 Vegetable fiber used
for yarn
82 _ du pays
85 TV pioneer
86 Icon or idol
88 Hgts.
89 "Brother, can you
a dime?"
9T "La Belle Dame_
Merci"
93 Textile factory job
96 Grass used in paper-
making
98 Maugham's novel re
Paul Gauguin
103 Stringed Hebrew
instrument
104 Substance used on
violin bows
105 Short for a councilman
106 Religion of Japan
109 Aden garments
111 A tide
113 Legal, to "Fingers"
117 Steinbeck's fishing
town novel
119 Sinclair Lewis novel
,121 Passion.


122 Buffalo relative
123 Hippodrome for one
124 _fixe
125 Las Vegas night
lights, perhaps
126 " Dick"
127 "MASH" character
128 Part of a bird's
mandible

DOWN
1 Short for some small
dogs
2 Jai-_
3 Control
4 US government
branch
5 Zone in OR
6 Italian pocket
money
7 List of things to be
done
8 Movie based on
Inge's novel
9 The Concorde was
one
10 May birthstone
11 "The __of Spring":
Stravinsky
12 Interjections in
Ingolstadt
13 "The Old Man and
the "1
14 Kind of printing
press
15 Some-rhymes
16 Blackthorn fruit
17 "Desire Under the


18 Nautical ropes
24 We have five, some-
times six
26 Valley of California
29 _in a blue moon
32 Men's patriotic org.
34 "_ with Judy"
35 Unit of asparagus
36 Pt. of CPA
37 Lost
38 "Don't My
Parade"
39 Ice, in the Alps
40 Ancient pitcher
41 Agree,
42 Pts. scored by the
Bears
45 Kill
46 Helicopter system
49 Aromatic Himalayan
plant
50 Detective in "The
Maltese Falcon"
52 Dolman or raglan
53 Slangy word for per-
haps
56 Garland
57 Shiite adversary
58 Corn and pod preceder
61 Comedian Caesar
62 Type of resin
64 Katmandu country
66 Curve shape
67 Darlings
68 Genus of heath
69 Having the power of
flight.


70 Sound from Benji
71 For fear that
72 Setting for most of
Hardy's novels
78 Quality affecting taste
79 Exchange premium
81 Covers with fat
82 Beet residue
83 Comic Johnson
84 Buscaglia, author of
"Loving Each Other"
87 Evening to Burns
89 Incantations
90 Universal over an area
92 River in Yeats's and
Shaw's country
94 Rye bread seeds
95 Eve's grandson
97 Ems or Baden Baden
99 Ethyl compounds
100 Othello
101 "The Treasure of the
Madre"
102 Native
106 Read a radar screen
107 "The Tortoise and
the _"
108 __ china
109 River in Dante's country
110 Kind of tube
112 _fide
114 Author of"The
Counterfeiters"
115 Road to the Forum
116 "My country,'tis of_"
118 Sweet potato
119 River in Wyss's country
120 " and Peace"


0' YOUR HEALTH


Changes in


store for school


vending machines


The landscape

of school food

gets healthier

McClatchy-Tribune

Crispy edamame, fresh ba-
nanas, fruity organic waters
and pomegranate spiked nut
clusters could replace sweets
and sports drinks in school
vending machines thanks to a
crop of healthier products and
government initiatives.
A provision in the Child Nu-
trition Act passed by the Senate
would give the U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture authority to
regulate nutrition standards not
just for the lunchroom, but for
foods in the a la carte lines and
vending machines as well. That
bill is under consideration by
the House.
Although the department
won't detail what those stand-
ards might look -like, it has
promoted voluntary standards
through its new HealthierUS
Schools Challenge, and repre-
sentatives say it will also take
cues from states that have
already developed' standards
for these kinds of foods.
These states - most notably
New York and California -
have spurred food manufactur-
ers to develop healthier vending
items just to remain competitive


in the arena.
This spring, the Alliance for
a Healthier Generation reported
an 88 percent decrease in bever-
age calories shipped to schools
from the first half of 2004-05 to
2009-10, mostly due to calorie
reformulations and reduced
container sizes.
This growing line of health-
ier products and stricter regula-
tions could drastically change
the school snacking landscape,
and eventually the taste prefer-
ences of American school kids.
In a challenge to drink inno-
vators, the New York City Dep-
artment of Education dropped
Snapple last year and put out a
call for what seemed like an
impossible beverage. It demand-
ed a drink with no more than 25
calories per 8 ounces, no caffeine,
no artificial sweeteners and no
carbonation. .Oh, and it also had
to appeal to high school kids.
At least two manufacturers
- SoNu and Inko's - came
up with drinks that fit the bill.
Organic SoNu fruit waters ha-
ven't sold as well as Snapple
and conventional drinks did, but
representative Kara Schnabel
believes in time more school-
children will come around.
"I think it's fantastic be-
cause it's training them at'an
early age," said Schnabel.
It's also training manufac-
turers to get used to a new
reality.


The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551

545 * Yard Sales - 100 725 * Apt - Condo - 795
Flea Markets REAL ESTATE RENTALS Duplex for Rent Miscellaneous


795 895
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous


BIG BIG YARD SALE
Sat. & Sun (29th & 30th) 8-2.
Commerical Fisherman retir-
ing: fishing equip, International
rods & reels, nets, livewells,
bikes, lawnchairs, pressure
cleaners, freezers, coolers.
MM 68.2, Long Key Lake Dr.,
Layton
MARATHON YARD SALE
Island Club, 9 Sombrero Blvd,
Unit 108. Furniture & lots of
stuff! Sat, 5-22 & 5-29. 8-12.
MM 95 Oceanside
1009Snapper Ln.
Sat. 5/29
No soonerthan 7am.


Very LARGE Garage Sale
Sat. & Sun, 8-4. Furn, apple ,
collectibles, fishing gear, cloth-
ing-women's szs 6-18. Too
many items to mention! 1020
75th St. Ocean W. Marathon
1/2 Acre Nautical & Sail/Pow-
er boat yard sale. Saturday.
MM 99.3.:For list ofstuff& I
mean lots of stuff go to
floridakeysyardsale.com
575
: Pets

SHI-TZU PUPPIES
$250 each. Call Mary
317-492-7535 for info.
Located'in Marathon
590
Miscellaneous

HURRICANCE SHUTTERS,
like new Bahama style, white
steel 40"W x 57"L, 41 "W x 65"
L & 40"W x 45" L. $600for all 31
Islamorada. 314-574-3464
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watchesand Pilot
Watches. Old model Military
clocks & watches.
Call 305-743-4578
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
36" LP Gas griddle with stand.
$1200 obo'
305-743-6519
Stainless refrig., $350.
Nice wood swingset/club-
house, inflatable kayak,
inflatable jump castle, make
offer. MM 100. 305-849-0659.
TOOLS-qep 10" 2 hp tile saw;
airless paint sprayer; Coleman
5500 r6nerator, $200 ea; gas
weedeater $40; gas leaf blower
.$40,6hst freezer $35. 240-0817
WASHER (GE), large capacity
1-1/2 years old, $200. Dryer,
$100. In Marathon, 46th St.
856-536-7260or
.305-849-0507


710
Homes for Rent

AFFORDABLE MM93
2 BR, 1 BA, with office, clean.
W/D, central A/C, Irg yard,
shed, boat ramp, beach.
$995/mo F/S. 954-347-9648
Affordable Waterfront, 2/1.
Incredible location!
Furnished manufactured
home, MM63 Oceanside, 30'
dock. $1200.305-872-2750
BIG PINE KEY/ DR'S ARM
2/1, on canal! with dockage.
$1450/mo., F/ULS. Includes
utils. No pets. 305-469-0992
House for sale MM 95.
Looks new. 2/1, unfurn.
Homeowners park,
private beach.
786-427-4254.
MARATHON 4 BD, 2 BA,
2005 HOME. Washer & dryer,
unfurn, pets OK w/deposit.
$1700/mo. References
needed. F/L/S. 305-731-3938
MARATHON BEAUTIFUL
Clean 3/2.5 Townhouse, W/D,
A/C, Carport, Community Pool.
Unfurn;, $1850/mo F/L+$1000
Security. (305) 942-9711
Marathon - Flamingo Island.
Beautiful, private 3 BR, 3 BA
canal front home with dockage.
W/D, partially furn, carport.
$1900/mo. 440-503-7500
MARATHON Large Family
Home. 4 BR, 2 BA, large fen
yard with deck. $1600/mo,
poss lease option. 305-
731-4777 or 305-451-7022
712 *Mobile Homes
for Rent

MARATHON 1-2 BR, 1 BA, Fl.
room, screened atrium,lrg
shed, cable incl. $995/mo +
util. 305-587-1512, Keys RV
"MARATHON 2/1 TRAILER
Clean, Lg Lot.
Pets ok, tile floor, W/D.
$850 mo + until. 295-6432
MARATHON KEY RV
2 BR, furnished, 2 entrances.
$650/mo + deposit + 1 year
lease. Avail now. Free cable.
Call 305-360-7667
MARATHON, KEYS RV
lbr/1ba TRAILER
$600/mo, cable TV included
305-731-5042
MARATHON KEYS RV
Largest Ocean Front Lot
$350/week or $900/month.
Cable included. 305-731-3400
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


A MOVE IN NOW From $199
week. MARATHON. Weekly
or monthly. Fully furnished.
All utilities & cable included.
305-289-0800
Ample 2/1 apt. MM 98.
Concrete building. Great kitch-
en & bath. Big closets. Over
1000 sq. ft. Pets OK: $975 mo.
inci water. MUST SEE.
305-851-1577.
ANNUAL RENTAL KCB
14 Clara Blvd, 1/1 newly
remodeled, tile, W/D, A/C.
No smoking. Pets negotiable.
$950. F/L/S. 216-288-8443
BIG PINE 1 BR, 1 BA, new
carpet, on clean swimming
canal, $800/mo: + partial util.
305-872-0622 or 304-4205
BIG PINE KEY 2/1. Tile, W/D
hookup, storage, in Key Deer
Refuge, peaceful, clean.
$995, F/L/S. 706-969-9082
BIG PINE KEY Large 2/1
duplex on canal. Close to Winn
Dixie, tiled floors, W/D, fenced
yard, patio, garage. $1225/mo,
F/L/S. 305-872-2947
GRASSY KEY EFFICIENCY
Furn, inci util, cable, WiFi.
$675/mo. F/$300 dep. 305-
360-4430 or 786-325-5454
ISLAMORADA -2 BR, 1 BA
OCEAN VIEW Captain Cove
canal, beach, W/D, util. inc. *
Partially furnished. $1800/mo.
201-953-4349
ISLAMORADA Extra large
furnished 2 BR apt. $1200/mo.
& $1500 security dep. Utilities &
cable included! Yearly lease.
Avail now. 305-664-8033
ISLAMORADA MM80 312
Condo fully furn, top fir, great
privacy, highest view point in
the Keys! Avail monthly or
longer, Aprto Dec. Call Bruce
for more info 305-937-8111
KCB Half Duplex. 2 BR, 2 BA,
dockage, W/D, tiled floors,
central A/C, ceiling fans.
$1000/mo., F/L/S. 481-8254
KCB OCEANFRONTi
1/1 furnished ground level
condo, SANDY BEACH!'
$11'50/mo + util. No pets or
smoking. F/L/S. 743-5173
KEY LARGO, MM 105
1 BR, 1 BA, ground level. H/O
park & boat ramp, big yard.
Pets nego, no smoking. $800
+ until. F/L/S. 954-790-7157
LITTLE TORCH KEY- duplex,
2 BR, 1.5 BA, on canal w/40'
dockage, W/D, no pets.
$1100/mo. F/L/S. (305)
304-2786 or (305) 872-9184
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


SUMMER SPECIAL
OCEAN BREEZE RV PARK & MARINA

Several RV Sites Available
| Full Hook-Up

* $399.00 month*
SCall for details

I 305.743.6020

1 cottage available $700. month* -
*Must qualify * Limited time offer *utilities extra

1337 Ocean Breeze Ave., Marathon
* o :* I S * ,* * 1 :] * 1 * *

725 * Apt - Condo- 8 12 * Mobile Homes
Duplex for Rent for Sale


LONG KEY, MM 68.5,1/1
gorgeous, all new! Canal, patio,
dockage. W/D, A/C, cable wifi
incl. $1100 mo. 410-279-4026
Lrg. 2/1 Unfurn. second story
apt. MM 95. Pets OK.
$1040 mo.
incl. water F/S
305-453-1651.
MARATHON
10877 and 10875 6TH AVE
GULF. 3 BR. Section 8
approved. A/C. Includes
gardner. 305-743-5438
MARATHON 1/1, large
unfurnished, upstairs, A/C,
appliances, Laundry access.
MM48. $750/mo. F/L/S. Call
305-289-1150 Available today!
MARATHON
174- 26th St.Effcy.
Water incl. $560/mo + utils,
+ $560 security. Call 394-3923
MARATHON
1 BR, 1 BA, LR, DR, canal front,
with dockage, $1250/mo. F/L.
(305) 743-0404
MARATHON 1 BR, 1 BA
Unfurn apt. $675/mo incl water.
91st St.
Tenant pays electric & cable.
Call (305) 743-5624
MARATHON 1 BR in HALF
DUPLEX Quiet neighborhood.
$800/mo ALSO EFFICIENCY
$600/rno. F/L/S. 743-2300
MARATHON 1 large BR, living
room, kitchen, new laundrymat
on premises. Centrally located.
$850 mo incl water and
garbage. 305-393-9345
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


GoldCoaster
Resort
Sun Homes
Hot Summer Specials!
Move in for as little as $348.00
First Month FREE
Lease Purchase Now
2010 4/2 Approx. 1500 sq. ft.
home and site $949 per month
2010 3/2 approx. 1000 sq. ft.
home and site $899 per month
Available for qualified applicants
Expires 5/31/16
Many pre owned homes
to choose from. Immediate
occupancy available. Come
home to a beautiful gated,
community with clubhouse,
sparkling,pool, Jaccuzi
and much more.
Call for details today
1-888-249-3061
www.goldcoasterrv.com
34850 SW 187 Ave
Homestead, FL 33034 (

725 * Apt - Condo -
Duplex for Rent

Marathon 2/2 Furn or unfurn,
very clean. Quiet neighborhood
37.5' dock on clean canal.
$1550 mo. 305-731-6739


ECUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
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in this newspaper is
subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act of 1968.
As per and according to
Sec. 804. (42 U.S.C.
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and other prohibited prac-
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advertise "any preference,
limitation or discrimination
based on race, color,
religion, sex, handicap,
familial status or national
origin, or an intention
to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination"
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. ,
For more
information:
www.hud.gov
Search words:
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725 * Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent

Marathon A cute studio apt.
in Little Venice. Furnished or
unfurnished, utilities included.
$850/mo F/L. (305) 743-0404
Marathon Efficiency
Furnished, pool. Great location!
$650/mo - Deposit Negotiable.
Call 743-2857.304-9758
Marathon Large 1/1 (600 sf)
Very clean, corner unit, W/D,
parking in front of unit. $900/mo
Inci water, garbage & sewer.
305-304-8702
MARATHON small 1 bd apt,
newly remodeled, furn or
unfurn. On canal. With patio,
and laundry. No pets.
$1000/mo incl utils. F/L/S.
305-743-8330, 305-684-2190
MARATHON Small Efficiency
Unfurnished, use of washer&
dryer. No pets. $700/mo.
includes water & electric. $200
deposit. 743-7580
PORT LARGO 1 BDRM.
$525 + util. Carport, newly
remodeled. 1st and last.
305-647-4518


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Windswept A/C &
Appliances
"Shut Your Windows, Shut Your
Doors, You Ain't Gonna Be Hot No
More!"
Great Prices, Good Service, Good
People
Lic# CAC056987 (305)289-1748


ARTIC-TEMP
Residential * Commercial
Marine * Sales * Repair
Refrigeration * Ice Machines
Lic # CAC 053827. 743-5288


A/C Service & Repairs
New Systems, Electric Repairs
& Plumbing. Lic #CM 1249419
305-923-1717



Sales / Service / Installation
D'ASIGN SOURCE
305-743-7130
dasignsource.com



MERCEDES BENZ
Service & Repair
Star Motors
Call 305-289-9992, Marathon


ISLAND TECH, INC
Serving Most Foreign & Domestic
Cars
ASE Certified Master Technician
Custom Exhaust Made to Fit
305-872-0396, BPK



Kitchen Korner
Real Wood Cabinets;
Particle Board Prices
Sales 743-7277



WE SHOW UP!
ROYAL PLUS
CARPET, TILE & UPHOLSTERY
CLEANING
Water Extraction / Drying
24 Hour Emergency Service
Serving Middle.& Lower Keys
(305) 296-8083
Mention this ad for 10% Off


Wednesday, May 26,2010 9B


DICKSON TILE
CUSTOM TILE & MARBLE
INSTALLATION
Lic: SP1280 & INSURED
305-743-0971


NC TILE & CARPET
Ceramic, Porcelain, Marble, Setting
Materials
Direct Importers
Sales and Installation
(SP3562/lns'd)
289-3019,
10899 0/S Hwy, Mth n-across from
Walgreens



GEM SERVICES
Eco-Friendly Home Services
Cleaning & House Sitting Services
Comm'l & Res. (305) 289-8607



Teal Technologies, Inc.
Business/Residential Solutions
MS Certified System Engineer
Servers-PCs-networking-CCTV
Kim@TealTech.net'305-481-6981
Lic #LVSS 1278 & Insured



CONCRETE SPECIALISTS
Deco Coatings, Custom Stamping,
Staining & Sealing
Stampover Tile, Terrazzo & Asphalt
Faux Coral Columns & Concrete
Counter Tops ,
Free Est. & Recession Specials
Lic SP3136 & Insured
305-923-0654



Seawall Restoration &
Beautification
Wood Dock Replacement, Concrete
Resurfacing, Boat Lifts, De orative
Coatings
Free Est. #Eng232
Call Mark 289-7350


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SEAMARK CONSTRUCTION
CO.
New Construction
Major Renovations
Commercial * Residential
Lic # CBS 028919
395-0297 395-3316




BEACON

CONSTRUCTION

305-289-7655
Windows *, Doors * Concrete Repair
Kitchens * Baths
New Homes * Renovations *
Additions L&S 391B

E A. ; SE .l

DELIVERY BOY
Guaranteed On Time Delivery
305-395-8133
Meals * Food * Office Supplies *
Liquor
Deliveryboy-flkeys@live.com



Rhino Marine Services
Fuel & Tank Cleaning
Repair of Gas, Diesel & Outboards
305-896-7888



Gelsomino Contracting
Call Ron Teke (305) 289-8790
Baths* Kitchens* Remodeling*
.Repairs
Tile* Painting* Decks* Windows &
Doors. CGC#1513986


Mike Olness Construction
Remodeling * Kitchens * Bath * Tile
Middle Keys 305-240-0817
Lic. & Insured SP3637, SP3638


KEYS PAINTING
35 Yrs. Exp. Very Neat!
Lowest Prices. Quick.Service.
Carpentry ? Paperhanging
Pressure Cleaning. Free Est.
Lic. SP910 & Ins. 743-5918



A Fresh Look - Redecorate
I in a Day
Using Existing Furnishings *
Affordable Staging for Resale *
Move-ins * Organizing
Lybrand Redesign 305-292-2682
www.LybrandRedesign.com



NEW LIFE PAINTING
Painting * Concrete * Carpentry
Home Repairs (Lic # SP3578)
Call 849-0293 or 743-2431





THE

YARDMAN
Beautifying The Keys One
Yard at a Time
Cutting Grass, Bushes & Weeding.
Call 849-2786 KIRK WILL SHOW UP



MARATHON PLUMBING, INC
Sewer Installs * Drain Cleaning
Preventor testing * General
Plumbing
Lic #457 305-304-3055


Ernest E. Rhodes PLUMBING
Licensed CFC1427241
10700 5TH Ave, Gulf, Marathon
743-7072


A BETTER, INC.
Plumbing in the Fla. Keys
SEWER CONNECTIONS
(305)-712-8055 (Lic #CFC057223)


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Toby Pools, Inc.
Pool Remodeling/Diamond Brite
Lic. Ins. CC# SPC1500
305-289-7222 or 305-879-1618



POOLS IN PARADISE
Complete Pool Construction Company
Fiberglass & Concrete Pools
Lic#SPC1524
Office (305) 743-1966



EYE CATCHER
DISPLAY & SIGNAGE
Your Keys Sign Superstore!
Call (305) 294-0055



STUMP GRINDING
FREE Estimates
872-9877





Tiki Huts
NEW & REPAIR

305-664-0099
Lic# CYC000002
m


LANDMARK WOODWORKING
Specializing in Millwork for Marine Ind.
Call 828-712-8221
Email: landmarkww24@yahoo.com

A1 111 l ]070 11Arll ,[05

A/C Service & Repairs
New Systems, Electric Repairs
& Plumbing. Lic #CM 1249419
305-923-1717


List your business for as low
as $47.04.
Call Laura at 743-5551
Deadline: Wednesday at 3pm
for following Saturday issue.
Contractors are required to
list licenses.


725 * Apt -Condo -
Duplex for Rent

1/1 Duplex on Deep water
Canal 3 house from ocean
WMM100. Turnkey- Furn with
Dockage,' Pvt drive & entry.
:$1550 mo. utils incl. Keith
'561-718-1259 email for photos
,Kcordero911 @yahoo.com
,1/1 Furnished with Lg Kitch &
Bath & great area. $800 mo incl
iUtils. HOAw boat ramp &
'beach MM 94.. 216-347-2378
1 BR part. furn oceanside
apt. Unique. Possible
dockage. MM 103. $775 plus
util. 305-905-6867.
1BR/1BA Furn. apt. MM 75.1.
On Ocean/beach. No pets/
smoking $1200 mo incl util &
cable. 305-664-9504
740 * Roommates -
Rooms for Rent

COUCH FOR RENT
$75 per week or $250 month.
First/Last. Utilities incl.
Marathon 305-896-0612
750
Vacation Rentals
Affordable Rates
Daily-Weekly Monthly Luxury
Vacation Villas Key Largo to
Key West Call 305-853-5000
keyscaribbean.com
WANTED: VACATION
RENTAL BY OWNER May
2011 for 2 weeks. With dock for
26' boat, and fish freezer.
(239)263-2727, (239)877-2301
790 * Business
Property for Rent

FOR LEASE
Marathon Restaurant/Bar
At Banana Bay Resort
Unique Opportunity
IMA/Andrew: 305-661-0110
NEED A WAREHOUSE WITH
AN AUTO LIFT?
KO-JO in Marathon HAS ONE.
CALL 305-743-6275
U.S. 1 FRONTAGE, Marathon
Share space. Save money.
Desk/office space available for
low profile business. Call
305-731-1183,305-731-9751
VERY LARGE 1 RM OFFICE
to-share off Duval in Old Town.
Furnished office, reception &
waiting area, elevator, parking.
Used 4-6 days/mo. 296-6695
or candtkeywest aol.com


CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


800
REAL ESTATE SALES

.810
Homes for Sale

A Sellers, List for as low as
1.5% Buyers get up to $5000
rebate. keyswiderealty.com
305-745-8815
MODULAR HOME SALES,
All sizes, 150-175 MPH single
and multi family, permitting.
305-743-2169
812 * Mobile Homes
for Sale

ISLAMORADA PERMANENT
TRAILER direct ocean view,
canal front w/ avail boatslip.
Full length FL rm w/ attached
storage shed. Just redone: new
A/C, Pergo floors, fresh paint.
$15,000. Call 561-768-2682.
MARATHON - 12'x61'
2 BR, 2 BA, private fenced in
back yard with dock on canal.
Call 856-207-0822
2006 MOBILE HOME
14 X 60 2/2 LOADED!!
MUST BE MOVED
CALL 305-743-2169
825 * Condo -
Duplex for Sale
KCB 2/2 CONDO A/C, DW,
W/D Ocean view! Heated pool,
fishing pier, tennis courts, 500'
sandy beach, beautifully furn.
See @ casaclaracondo.com:
$349K FSBO. 860-478-7003
860 * Out of State
for Sale
Hendersonville NC
Hickory Acres Subdivision.
Spectacular SW vue, 1.3 ac,
3,400 ft. elev, 1/1 home, new
roof, A/C, W/D, $124,900.
828-685-1445.
880 * Lots � Acreage
for Sale
Key Largo Calusa RV lots
for sale. Financing no qualifying
or rent short or long term.
Call
786-515-7782.
2 commercial lots in
Key Largo MIM 102 w/permits.
Office on bottom, living area on
the top. Sacrifice. $115,000.
305-968-5155.
2 waterfront lots for sale
Islamorada, Plantation Key
Colony. Permits for house, pool
& dock. 50x1'20. $249,000.
954-347-3311.L
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


1390
Miscellaneous


1390
Miscellaneous


Transportation


Twin 425 hp Mercruisers, 70 MPH, dual-ram hydraulic
steering, large K-Planes, custom graphics, 240 hrs,
GPS, new upholstery, new Gaffrig gauges,
lift kept, professionally maintained.
REDUCED! $27,700.
Willing to take motorcycle, jeep or pick up truck
in partial trade.
(305) 481-1398 Marathon


890 * Business
Property for Sale
SUB SHOP FOR SALE
Located at Tradewinds Plaza
MM101 Call for details.
305-321-6535.
895
Miscellaneous

AIRCRAFT SHADE HANGER
Marathon airport.
For sale or lease.
Call 305-360-3538.
1100
MARINE

1150
Power Boats

1/2 Acre Nautical & Sail/Pow-
er boat yard sale. Saturday.
MM 99.3. For list of stuff & I
mean lots of stuff go to
floridakeysyardsale.com
17' CC Mako w/1 15hp Merc,
& trailer, GPS, loaded. Low hrs
& clean.$11,500, OBO.
305-852-7256 or email
mako2001@me.com
18' Sea Squirt 1984 w/115
Merc, approx 100 hrs, trailer &
lots of extras incl. $2600. Key
Largo. 305-395-9169.
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


1150
Power Boats

20' AQUASPORTw/115 HP
4 stroke Yamaha. Good cond.
New bottom paint. Ready to
fish! $5900. Call Randy, (305)
743-5317, Marathon
22' Triton '06 LST flats boat.
CC, color GPS &flshfinder,
t-top, 200 Honda, 4 stroke,
alum trailer. Good cond. $15K,
Islamorada 502-275-9023
23' Party Boat 1993 Rinker
Open Bow 260 HP 1.0.
$6000 obo. Shelter Bay Marina
Mrthn, 743-7008 ask for Steve
24' T-C RAFT 1978 w/2004
Johnson 175hp outboard.
Working Lobster boat. Must
Sell! Reduced, $6000. Mrthn.
305-942-3896,248-941-1241
25' HYDRA-SPORTS 2008
2500CC, twin 150 Yamahas,
70 hrs. Warranty.
$74,900. 305-304-9198
26' MAKO 1989, CC, w/trailer.
Need new twin 200 motors.
With or without SPL License for
marinelife & crawfish.
941-302-4931 or see at
Skeeter's Marine, Big Pine Key.
30' ISLAND HOPPER
LOBSTER BOAT 315HP
Cummins w/flybridge, half
tower, hydraulic puller & wash
down. $45K. 305-923-1005
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


1150
Power Boats

30' Pursuit 3000 Express '99.
Exc. cond., all options.
Telescopic, outrigger, Raydar,
gen, air, dive platform. Perfect
family & fishing boat. 1st $35K
gets it! Paid $140K, Islamora-
da, 502-275-9023. '
32' WELLCRAFT '84 Twin 7.4
It. engines w/less than 100 hrs.
Westerbeke 5 KW generator.
Exc cond! Reduced! $15K.,
305-797-8528 or 797-8570
34' MARINE TRADER
TRAWLER 1976
Double deck, can liveaboard.
$7,500 obo. 727-267-2418
39' Morgan lobster boat '81
w/1275 tags. 3208 Caterpillar.
All gear incl., forklift optional.
$120K. Adam Hill
305-522-3194.
Carolina Skiff Specialists All
sizes & models: Sea Chasers,
Bennington pontoons & Hydra-
sports. Call Ft. Myers for West
Coast pricing! 800-955-7543
1180
Dock Rentals/Sales

BOAT SLIP FOR RENT MM99
Ocean side $200 month for
30ft. No liveaboard, Water &
Electric. 942-3055
DOCKAGE AVAILABLE
Commercial/Non-Commercial
Charter. For Best Rates call
305-304-3610, Marathon
MARATHON BOAT YARD
Indoorslip avail atVaca Cut.
Free ins & outs. 10' x 33' x 9'
high. $125/mo. 630-947-4344
Marathon Liveaboard Docks
covered deck area, pvt bath
house. Free W/D for residents.
12 mo's for the price of 10.
Check with us 1st! 731-3386
Sombrero Marina "Dockside"
SUMMER RATES THRU 2010
AS LOW AS $465/MONTH
305-743-0000 Roy or Rick
1190
Miscellaneous

29' Islanderw/ Volvo diesel,
in water, roller furling, extra
sails. $2200; 22' Boston
Whaler '71,150 HP Johnson,
$6500; 13' Boston Whaler, 40
hp Yamaha, $2000. All
w/trailers. 12' alum boat $300.
MM 99 Ocean. 305-942-3055
1100 "B" LOBSTER
CERTIFICATES
$45 EACH
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Miscellaneous

AA Dave buys permits
So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark,
Sword, Tuna.
$$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869

ATTENTN oN.,'"
All types of permits for sale!!
Rock Shrimp, King Fish, S At-
lantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf 6
Pack reef & pelagic, Commer-
cial Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf Snap-
per IFQ's, Long Line Pkg. Many
other permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of per-
mits. Call before you buy or sell!
Please call for prices. Licensed
& Bonded. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer, many
references avail. John Potts Jr.
321-784-5982,321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com
Liveaboard Docks Marathon,
covered deck area, pvt bath
house. Free W/D for residents.
12 mo's for the price of 10!
Check with us 1st! 731 -3386
MTHN-Marine Storage: boats,
trailers, campers, any clean
storage OK on wheels. Best
rates in town. Check with us
first! Call Emil, 731-3386
TRAP KITS Honduras Pine
32x22xl 5, full lid, 50 per pallet,
$425. Amer pine 3.2" lath 8.75,
50 pcs. In stock. 305-896-9845
WAVERUNNERS (2) Honda
'03, F12X turbo, 4 stroke.
Exc. cond. W/covers & trailer.
Includes floating dock. $6500
Islamorada, 502-275-9023.

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TRANSPORTATION
1350
Automobiles

Autos wanted. All years.
Junk-Used. Car-Van-Truck.
Run or not. Cash $$$ Paid.
Call 305-332-0483
1370 * Trucks-
SUVs- Vans

1995 TOYOTA
LANDCRUISER
Needs some cosmetic work.
$5200 Call (305) 323-1056




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