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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon, Fla
Publication Date: 06-02-2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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been there for 50-plus years,"
and "four or five" new names
are being considered. He
declined to share them.
Tuesday marked the end of
a request-for-proposals period
set up by the community board
to gauge interest in running
the hospital. Health Manage-
ment Associates has been run-
ning it since 1986, but its lease
expires in July 2011.
Dresnick told the
Keynoter Tuesday morning
he'd received responses from
four of the eight groups that
were sent RFPs. He was
expecting replies from all.
"Everyone has expressed
to me they will have a
response," he said.
HMA, Brim Healthcare,

* See Hospital, 2A


ON THE WATER

Spearfisherman

dies in Lower Keys


And up the Keys,
two boys injured
in boat accident
By KEVIN WADLOW
Sehior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
A hectic weekend on
Florida Keys waters over the
Memorial Day weekend left
a Miami spearfisherman dead
near Bahia Honda and two
Georgia boys severely
injured in a Key Largo boat-
ing accident. *
The dead man was identi-
fied as Ignel Gonzalez, 24. He
was free diving with a compan-
ion off a private boat Monday,


trying to recover a grouper they
had speared in about 35 feet of
water off Bahia Honda in the
Lower Keys.
After the speared grouper
retreated under rocks, boat
operator Angel Fernandez,
46, of Miami told investiga-
tors, each of the two men
made "five to 10" dives in an
attempt to retrieve the fish.
Fernandez "said he saw
his friend surface and he
looked fine. The next thing'
he knew, he looked for him
and couldn't find him.
[Fernandez] found him on
the bottom."
The victim was rushed to
shore to meet an ambulance

*See Weekend, 3A


MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS

Graduate honors

going by wayside?


Valedictorian,
salutatorian
to be eliminated
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

The Vraledictorian and
salutatorian academic honors
are set to sunset after the
2011 graduations at Monroe
County's three high schools.
One Key West man, a former
valedictorian himself, is
working to change that.
Julio Barroso, who gradu-
ated first in his class at Key
West High School in 1999,
has petitioned School Board
members to have the issue re-
addressed at a workshop next
Tuesday in Key West..


"The value, I think, is that
our society is so based on
competitiveness, and it's a
good thing for the most part.
In the professional world,
you're always having to
compete. I think competition
is healthy. It helps us
improve ourselves," he said.
"In the classroom, I think
competition is a given."
He likened it to state-man-
dated assessments like the
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test.
"If you want kids to suc-
ceed on their standardized
tests, I think you'd want them
to shoot to have the best"
grade point average.
School Board members
passed on consent in 2008 an

* See Schools, 3A


From the editor
Due to a production error in Miami, the Keynoter's"
annual hurricane preparedness guide wasn't inserted
into Saturday's edition as scheduled. Readers will find it
in today's edition. It's also online at www.KeysNet.com.


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Jimenez faces
death penalty in
woman's death
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Just more than 24 hours
after finding a woman's dead
body in a parking lot, Key
West police were able to arrest


County Commissioner Mario
Di Gennaro, who has been
named by the governor to a
statewide panel to study
Florida's economic losses
from the spill.
, "Charter boat captains are
complaining about loss of
business, and hoteliers' say
they aren't getting the reserva-


a suspect on a murder charge.
Pablo Jimenez, 23, is
charged with first-degree
murder - a capital offense
- in the killing of Tracy
Leigh Heshmaty, 37, of
Stock Island. Her body was
found around 6:10 a.m.
Monday in the parking lot of
First State Bank -at 1201
Simonton St.
Police said a caller
reported seeing Heshmaty


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'Good Morning America'
weatherman Sam Champion (left)
talks to a national television audience
live on Monday in Key West. A portion
of his coverage focused on the Keys
and other Gulf coast tourism areas


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by misperceptions that the BP oil spill
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.shorelines. Up the Keys, the Sandbar
off Holiday Isle Resort in Islamorada
(above) drew the usual craziness,
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OIL SPILL THREAT


BP opens Keys claims




office, another planned


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
An office for economic
claims from the BP
Deepwater Horizon oil spill
opened its doors in Marathon
this past weekend, with a
second office expected to
open this week in Key West.
"That's extremely good
news because people are hurt-
ing down here," said Monroe


the former Waterfront Resort
Realty building near Florida
Keys Marathon Airport.
"The team is reaching out
to people in the Middle Keys
that have already initiated
the claims process and are
inviting them to meet with
one of the adjusters at the
office," BP executive
Andrew Van Chau said in an
e-mail.
* See Oil, 2A


tions they should be," Di
Gennaro said. "From there, it's
a trickle-down effect through
the rest of our economy."
The -Marathon claims
office at 7885 Overseas
Highway will be open from
8 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a
week, according to informa-
tion from BR The office is in


lying in the back parking lot
of First State. Officers
arrived at 6:16 and found her
in a large pool of blood with
no pulse.
Police didn't say what led
them to Jimenez.
"This has been an
around-the-clock, all-out
effort by the Key West
Police Department," Capt.
Frank Sauer said in a pre-
pared statement.


"From the time the victim
was discovered until 28
hours later when the suspect
was charged, we used our
full resources as well as
working closely , with the
State Attorney's Office to
solve this heinous crime."
There are unconfirmed
reports that' Heshmaty was
bludgeoned with a rock;

* See Homicide, 2A


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'Vandenberg'

The 520-foot'Vandenberg'
was scuttled a year ago, and
by all accounts, it's a success
both economically and
environmentally. Story, 2A


Hospital options


get public airings


Meetings set;
name, logo are
likely to change
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Miami-area health-care
consultant Stephen Dresnick
says management won't be
the only'thing to change at
Marathon's Fishermen's
Hospital next summer.
Dresnick is helping the
hospital's community board
with the search for new man-
agers - and says he'll recom-
mend a new name and logo
for the medical center. He says
the change would go hand in
hand with new management.
He said "that logo has


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* 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.

KEYNOTER TV

Key West reporter Sean
Kinney with Fred Johnson,
the new meteorologist in
charge of the Key West
'National Weather Service
'office, on hurricane season
'and the weather's effects
on the BP oil spill.

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Offices open


From Oil, lA


'The claims office in
Key West is expected to
open Thursday, Di
Gennaro said.
"We need to get the
word out that the Keys
don't have a problem with
oil, but the stories about
tar balls in Key West real-
ly hurt," Di Gennaro said.
Tar balls that were
found in several Keys
locations in May didn't
originate with the BP spill,
according to U.S. Coast
Guard tests.
The firm that operates
the Ripley's Believe It or
Not! attraction in Key West
has filed a federal lawsuit
over lost revenue, the South
Florida Business� Journal
reported. Earlier, Key West
Tiki Charters lodged a suit


of its own for lost business.
Several other Monroe
County businesses are con-
sulting with attorneys.
President Obama met
Tuesday with a spill task
force co-chaired by former
Florida senator and Gov.
Bob Graham.
A BP spokesman said
no county-by-county infor-
mation on claims already
filed was available. But for
information on starting the
claims process, go to
www.bp.com/claims.
Oil from the leak con-
tinues to flow into the
northern Gulf of Mexico,
six weeks after the April
22 explosion and fire that
destroyed the Deepwater
Horizon oil rig, killing 11
of its crew.
No oil has been found
in the Keys.


Suspect charged


From Homicide, 1A

police spokeswoman
Alyson Crean wouldn't
comunent on specifics, but
investigators did recover
evidence from the scene.,
she said.
Heshmaty,' who listed
her occupation as a
painter, had been arrested
in Monroe County five
times, according to
records maintained by the
county Sheriff's Office.
The most recent, from
October, is for violation of
probation. In 2005, she
was charged with felony
credit-card theft.
This was the second
homicide in the Keys in a
week - and the second in
all of 2010.
On May 22, 18-year-


old Frank Randleman was
found shot to death in his
grandmother's mobile
home on Big Pine Key.
Police say the slaying is
apparently drug-related.
The shooter hasn't been
found but investigators
have "possible suspects,"
according to Sheriff's
Office spokeswoman
Becky Herrin. "Detectives
say they have some possi-
ble suspects they have
identified," Herrin told the
Keynoter via e-mail.
"They are in the process
of methodically working
the case, issuing subpoe-
nas, processing lab work:
in general, putting together
a case. Could take days.
could take weeks, could
take months depending on
how things progress."


Meetings set


From Hospital, 1A

Quorum Health Services,
Tatum Healthcare Man-
agement Services, Baptist
Health South Florida,
Pioneer Health Services.
Mt. Sinai Medical Center
and a group of Miami-area
doctors headed by Uni-
versity of Miami Hospital
cardiologist Richard Berger
all received the RFP.
Community board
President Marv Schindler
says the hospital's next
step will be to review the
proposals and hold a series
of public meetings to share
information. ,
"I would imagine we'll
have something to work
with in the next few days.
The idea is to present these
things publicly," he said.
The community board,
which owns the hospital
itself, hired Marathon resi-
dent and public relations
and marketing consultant
Bill Scott to schedule a
series of town-hall meet-
ings.
"What they'll do is talk
about all the different pos-
sibilities there because
they are going to be
changing management ...
that's for sure. We want to


see what kind of hospital
we really do want around
here. We're trying to get
the whole community's
input," Scott said.
The meetings are
scheduled for June 15 at 3
p.m. and June 16 at 10
a.m. and 2 and 5 p.m. at
the firehouse at Florida
Keys Marathon Airport.
Among the options being
explored at Fishermen's:
* Leasing the hospital
to a full-time management
company.
* Selling it outright.
HMA has expressed inter-
est in this option.
* A partnership where
the community board runs
the hospital with another
entity. Said entity would
have a financial interest
and responsibility.
* Self-manage the hos-
pital; but hire a company
to bring in management to
handle day-to-day opera-
tions. The board would
ultimately have financial
responsibility with this
option.
* Self-manage the hos-
pital with management
hired by the community
board itself. Financial
responsibility falls to the
board with this option.


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Leal gets two years


Teen admits
luring minors
into sex acts

By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

A 19-year-old Marathon
man charged with having
sex with four different minor
girls has pleaded guilty to
several of the charges and
will be sent to state prison.
Leonard Leal, who was
17 and 18 when the crimes
occurred, admitted to eight
charges involving the girls
- ages 12, 13, 14 and 15 at
the time -of their sexual
encounters with Leal.
Seven of the guilty pleas'
are to lewd and lascivious
battery on a minor; one is for
"showing obscene material
to a minor." He allegedly
videotaped sex with a minor
and showed it to one of the
other victims.
Leal was sentenced to
two years in state prison and


13 years of
sex-offend-
er proba-
tion. He's
s r been at the
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.. County
Detention
Center on
LEAL S t o c k
Island since his arrest in
2009, the time for which
counts against his sentence.
It's not clear why he's still in
the Keys jail since he plead-
ed guilty on March 16, two
and a half months ago.
"He will have to register
as a sex offender and be sub-
ject to all of the very oner-
ous conditions thereof. He'll
be required to be electroni-
cally monitored for. that
whole time," the 13 years of
probation, Assistant State
Attorney Patrick McCullah
told the Keynoter.
Leal was originally
charged with 21 counts of
sexual battery on a minor
and one each of promoting a
sexual performance by a


MARATHON


Heritage Trail again under attack


Some fearing
the loss of
parking spots

By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Plans for the Florida Keys
Overseas Heritage Trail in
Marathon continue to come
under attack by some proper-
ty owners and elected offi-
cials in the Middle Keys city.
At last week's City
Council meeting, Middle
Keys attorney Richard
Warner once again bashed
plans for the trail, saying the
state Department of Trans-
portation refuses to budge on
beautification plans in the
two-block area from 35th to
37th streets along U.S. 1.
Warner represents the
owners of the former


Overseas Lounge 'building
and said plans to beautify the
property by eliminating park-
ing and installing landscap-
ing will devalue the property
to the point of bankruptcy.
He says it will have a similar
affect on the adjacent Stuffed
Pig Restaurant.
Vice Mayor Mike Cinque
co-owns that restaurant and
recused himself from the
conversation on May 25.
Instead, it was Councilman
Dick Ramsay who went on
the offensive. He agreed with
Warner.
"It would appear as if our
pleas to be partners with DOT
and make sure the city is well-
represented from a communi-
ty and business standpoint
may not have reached the
proper ears," he said.
When complete, the
Overseas Heritage Trail will
run from Key Largo to Stock


Island. It's designed as a
multi-use bicycle and pedes-
trian path that integrates edu-
cational kiosks, picnic areas,
scenic overlooks, fishing
piers and boat ramps.,
Much of the trail, whose
lead agency is the state
Department of Environ-
mental Protection, is already
complete in Islamorada and
the Lower Keys. Plans for it
were drawn up in 2005 using
$415,000 in federal money.
Warner requested the
council consider approving a
resolution requesting trail
plans be altered in front of
the Stuffed Pig and Overseas
Lounge building. Mayor
Ginger Snead missed the
meeting for personal reasons,
so the council put off voting
on it.
Staff will prepare a resolu-
tion calling for the change for
the June 8 council meeting.


DIVING


Keynoter photo by 5EAN KINNEY
Charges detonate on the 'Vandenberg' the day it was scuttled last year. Holes were
blown into the hull to allow water to rush in.



'Vandenberg' marks one year


Artificial reef
is hailed as
a big success

Associated Press

One year after it was scut-
tled seven miles off Key
West, a former Air Force
missile-tracking ship is not
only attracting thousands of
divers, but also more than
100 species of fish that have
taken refuge on the wreck.
The 13-year effort to sink
the 520-foot-long USS Gen.
Hoyt S. Vandenberg was
scuttled seven miles off Key
West on May 27, 2009, with


the ship settling on the bot-
tom of the ocean in less than
two minutes.
Project founder Joe
Weatherby said the artificial
reef is exceeding expecta-
tions.
"We have giant schools of
fish, there's all kinds of
invertebrate life covering the
ship, and big bait balls show
up to the point where you
can't even see the ship
through the fish sometimes,"
Weatherby said. "It's like a
big party going on."
Lad Akins of the Reef
Environmental Education
Foundation, a Key Largo-
based organization spear-
heading a multi-year fish


population study at the
Vandenberg site, confirmed
113 different species of fish
have been documented.
Marine residents include
loggerhead sea turtles,
Goliath grouper, amberjack,
Spanish mackerel and a
green moray eel living in one
of the ship's many cubby-
holes. Clouds of bait fish,
including blue runners, big-
eyed scad and round scad, fill
the ship's bridge, attracting
bigger fish that feed on them.
Economic studies estimat-
ed about 15,000 divers have
descended on the Vandenberg
via charter dive operators and
about 35 percent more in
recreational boats.


MARATHON

Sombrero getting new playground


It'll include
a trampoline,
be ADA-compliant

By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

One of Marathon's most
popular destinations will get
a much-needed facelift this
summer.
The City Council has
approved the purchase of
$75,000 worth of new play-
ground equipment to be put
in at Sombrero Beach. The
current equipment is in disre-
pair and fenced off.
City ; Manager Roger


Hernstadt said most of the
equipment is slated to be
installed prior to the city's
annual July 4 celebration at
the beach. It'll be compliant
with the Americans with
Disability Act.
The city had different
equipment picked out, but
changed its mind in order to
receive and install it from the
Korean manufactured by the
Fourth of July.
"We switched to what
they can get to us quicker. We
made those adjustments and
they have three out of the
four elements in stock, and
they'll make the fourth
immediately," Hernstadt
said. '


The equipment includes a
"modern version" of a swing,
monkey bars, slide and a
piece of equipment on which
to climb. Hernstadt says it
will "encourage physical
activity" for youngsters and
even feature a trampoline.
"It's fairly unique for
whxt you'd see in a park, and
I think it'll bring a lot of fun
to the residents and their
kids," he said. *
A Monroe County Tourist
Development Council grant
paid for $25.000 worth of the
equipment, while $25,000
each was taken from the
city's general and impact fees
funds.


child and possessing child
pornography.
McCullah was clear the
charges "are not a forcible
act," meaning they were
consensual but illegal given
Leal's and the girls' ages.
After he was arrested,
Leal told. investigators he
referred to his bedroom on
26th Street as his "love
shack." He told authorities
he was trying to make him-
self into a "player."
Two of the girls were
from Marathon and another
two from Key West. He
reportedly met the key West
girls when, he attended
Dolphin-Conch football
games. The abuse went back
to late 2007.
McCullah said multiple
parties agreed on the sentence.
"The plea that we came to
was discussed at great length
with law enforcement and
Guardian ad Litem and the
families of the victims," he
said. "The families of the
victims didn't want the girls
to go through a trial."


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Man.. faces 19 lobster counts


Man faces 19 lobster counts


FWC officers
found suspect
spearing them

Keynoter Staff

Fifteen lobster tails were
seized as evidence Monday
when state wildlife officers
arrested a St. Augustine man


spearfishing near Grassy
Key.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
officers charged Bruce L.
Beall, 39, with 19 misde-
meanor counts of conserva-
tion violations.
FWC officers checked
Beall when they saw him
spearfishing in Gulf of
Mexico waters north of


Grass Key, FWC spokesman
Bobby Dube said.
It's illegal to spear lob-
ster, and to separate tails
from the lobster body on the
water. All the tails were
undersized and taken in a
closed season, Dube said.
If the lobster had been
egg-bearing, "he'd have had
the whole set" of possible
crawfish violations, Dube


noted.
The incident was the
most serious conservation
violation reported from the
Memorial Day weekend in
the Keys, the officer said.
Lobster season is closed
from April 1 to the sport-
diving days the last
Wednesday and Thursday in
July.


Roadeath toll reaches NTY


Road-death toll reaches 12


Bradenton man
dies in wreck
on Stock Island.
Keynoter Staff

A Bradenton man died in
an early-Sunday one-car
crash on Stock Island, bring-
ing to 12 the number of peo-
ple who have died on roads
south of, Florida City this
year.
Scott Ackles, 29, was
killed when the Chrysler in
which he was traveling
northbound on U.S. 1 on
Stock Island turned right on
to MacDonald Avenue "at a
high rate of speed" and hit
the curb, the Florida
Highway Patrol says. The
car then struck a concrete
utility pole. It happened
around 4:15 a.m.
Injured and airlifted to
Ryder Trauma Center in
Miami were the driver,


Alison Bryan, 21, of Ocala;
Keith Tumolo, 29, of New
Port Richey; and Victor
Diluzio Jr., whose age and


% '"--' This is the
Chrysler after
it.slammed
into a utility
pole on Stock
Island. One
man died in
".'-'- the crash.

Photo by
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
SGT. CHARLENE
- SPRINKLE-HUFF
hometown haven't been at Ryder, said FHP Lt. Alex
determined. Annunziato. He said Diluzio
Tuesday, all remained in was in surgery on Tuesday.
serious but stable condition


IN '4E COURTS


Deputy's case transferred to Key West


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com
A suspended Monroe
County Sheriff's Office
deputy accused of attack-
ing his girlfriend will have
his case transferred to the


Lower Keys.
An arraignment sched-
uled Tuesday for defen-
dant Edgar Pineiro at the
Plantation Key courthouse
was delayed until June 10,
according to court records.
The case will be heard
before Monroe County


Circuit Judge Mark Jones
in Key West rather than
Judge Luis Garcia on
Plantation Key.
Garcia recutsed himself
from the case. With the
arraignment delayed,.
Pineiro has not yet entered
a plea.


IN THE (COURTS


Judge demands to know bail source


By Keynoter Staff

Two defendants
charged with stealing a
$100,000 boat from a Key
Largo dealership were
quizzed about the source
of their bond money dur-
ing a Tuesday court
appearance.
A court bailiff hand-
cuffed Hialeah resident
Osmel Hernandez Morffi,
24, after he didn't answer
to the satisfaction of
Monroe County Circuit
Court Judge Luis Garcia
during the session at the
Plantation Key court-
house.
Morffi, speaking
through an interpreter, at
first hesitated to respond


when Garcia asked he and
fellow defendant
Dagoberto Hernandez, 31,
how they raised the bond,
put at $28,000 each.
Morffi later said it came
from "cousins."
"Give me a name,"
Garcia demanded.
Morffi did provide a
name but then was hand-
cuffed while officers
attempted to confirm it.
Morffi's custody status
couldn't be confirmed at
press time.
Hernandez said his
bond money came from his
"girlfriend's stepfather."
The suspects were
arrested May 19 when
their pickup was spotted
traveling north trailering a


28-foot sportfishing boat
with two outboards.
The boat had its outrig-
gers extended with sales
flags still attached,
according to the Monroe
County Sheriff's Office.
The Edgwater boat was
stolen from the fenced
yard at Mocean Power
Sports, mile marker 104.
Garcia told the defen-
dants to not go anywhere
near the business.



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Lolly Siemon of Marathon, Florida passed away peacefully on Memorial
.� .. Day in her home in Marathon, surrounded by her loving family. Lolly
was born in St. Louis, Missouri and was raised in Cleveland and Atlanta.
. ,i She was a graduate of Stephens College and was married to Charles L.
Siemon of West Palm Beach, Florida in 1967. While Charlie was in
. graduate school, the Navy and law school, Charlie and Lolly lived in
Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Pensacola and back to Tallahassee. After
, Charlie graduated from law school, they moved to the Chicago area
.. where Lolly and her husband lived in Barrington, Illinois for almost 25
years. While in Barrington she was a pre-school teacher, executive
director of the Barrifigton Area Arts Council and active in community
service through the Junior League. She was awarded the Junior League
of Chicago's Outstanding Volunteer Award in 1989 and the Flo Bash
Award for outstanding service to the arts. She was also active in the
Presbyterian Church of Barrington and a member of Session.
In 1998, Lolly arid her husband moved to Marathon. A year later Lolly went to work at Fisherman's
Hospital as an assistant in human resources and then as executive assistant and medical staff coordinator.
Lolly was very active in community service in Marathon, most notably in the Middle Keys Relay
for Life. Lolly was chair of Fishermans's Hospital's Relay for Life team in 2002, 2003 and 2004,
Middle Keys Relay' for Life Co-Chairman in between 2005 and 2007, Fisherman's Relay for Life
team Co-Chair in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. Lolly was also honored as Middle Keys Relay for Life
Honorary Chair in 2007-8.
Lolly was also an active member of the Zonta Club of Marathon and served on numerous committees
including its board (2003-10) and as President. She was honored as Zontian of the Year for 2009-10.
Lolly served as Clerk of the Session of the Kirk of the Keys Presbyterian Church in Marathon and
played an important leadership role in the recent resurgence of the Kirk.
She is survived by 'her husband of 42 years, Charlie, her daughter Laura Seubert and son-in-law
Jason of St. Cloud, Florida and her daughter Lisa Ziels and son-in-law Todd of Marathon, her grand-
daughter Hannah and 3 grandsons, Dylan, Jacob and Joseph, and her brother Mark Magnuson of
Ft. Collins, Colorado. The family would be grateful for donations to be made to the Presbyterian
Kirk of the Keys in lieu of flowers.
A celebration of Lolly's life will be held at the Kirk of the Keys
Presbyterian Church at 4:00 PM on Saturday, June 5.


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Pineiro, 32, an Upper
Keys road-patrol deputy,
was arrested May 12 on
counts of false imprison-
ment and witness tamper-
ing, two third-degree
felonies. He also is
charged with battery, a
misdemeanor.
Pineiro is accused of
striking his 22-year-old
girlfriend in the face dur-
ing an argument in his
vehicle. Once they reached
Pineiro's home, the
woman said, she was
choked and forcibly held
against her will for about
six hours.
Pineiro, a seven-year
employee of the Sheriff's
Office, has been suspend-
ed without pay during the
ongoing investigation of
the incident.


Boys injured


From Weekend,1A

at Bahia Honda State Park,
but he was pronounced
dead upon arrival at
Fishermen's Hospital. An
autopsy will be conducted.
The Bahia Honda death
apparently is the fourth
scuba or free-diving death
in Keys waters in 2010.

Key Largo crash
A family from Dunwoody,
Ga., was thrown into the
waters of South Sound Creek
off Key Largo at 9 a.m.
Saturday after their 18-foot
Hewes fishing boat struck a
channel marker near the John
Pennekamp Coral Reef State
Park land base.
The boat circled back
around and struck two boys,
ages 8 and 4. Both suffered
serious propeller wounds
and were flown by helicop:-
ter to Miami Children's
Hospital, according to the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
The 8-year-old suffered
the most serious injuries,
said Officer Bobby Dube,
an FWC spokesman. Both
remained hospitalized as of
press time Tuesday.
Their parents, boat oper-
ator Andrew Koehler, 46,
and mother Lisa Koehler,
44, suffered less serious
injuries. They were treated


at Mariners Hospital.
Witnesses told FWC
accident investigators that
the Koehlers' boat was
headed through South
Sound Creek toward the
Atlantic when the boat
accelerated near a sharp
curve marked as a slpw-
speed area, Dube said. The
boat struck channel Marker
8, throwing all four aboard
into the water.
FWC officers were
called to several other boat-
ing accidents over the holi-
day weekend but they were
relatively. minor with no
reported injuries, Dube
said. Boat crashes wre
logged in Blackwater
Sound north of Key Largo,
the Whale Harbor area off
Islamorada and the Marin
Keys in the Lower Keys.
Three boaters were
charged with boating under
the influence over the
weekend. Two arrests were
made in Whale Harbor, near
the Sandbar anchorage, and
one was made off Key
Largo.
" At 8 a.m. Tuesday, two
flats-fishing charter boats
collided as they left the
Lorelei Marina ,in
Islamorada, Dube said. An
Islamorada woman, Nicole
Knowles, was transported
to Mariners Hospital.


Honors change


From Schools, 1 A

item eliminating theaca-
demic honors with the 2012
school year.
When the sunset was
adopted upon a recommen-
dation from the previous
district administration, it
was the result of a staff ini-
tiative designed to replace.
the traditional designations
with college-like honors
such as magna cum laude
and summa cum laude. The
idea was to broaden inclu-
sion by offering more than
just two accolades. .
Board member John
Dick, formerly a counselor
at Marathon High School,
said he doesn't have a
strong opinion one way or
the other but thinks the
topic should be revisited.
"I really don't trust any-
thing the previous adminis-
tration did," Dick said, ref-
erencing former Super-
intendent Randy Acevedo,
now convicted of three
counts of felony miscon-
duct related to allegations
his wife, also a former dis-
trict administrator, stole
hundreds of thousands in


district money. She's yet, to
go to trial.
"They said to us that all
the schools went through
[the change] and all that! it
sounds like most people did-
n't even know about it. Let it
be brought out to all the
three high schools, parerits,
teachers, staff, principals."
Barroso does find some
fault with the current sys-
tem, noting that students
could game the system by
taking an easy course load
and come out with the high-
est weighted GPA.
Dick, on that same ndte,
stressed clear rules: "You
really need to have strong
ground rules. We will-or
will not count these types'of
extra classes. I wouldn't
mind somehow or another
getting the SAT or ACT
[college entrance exams]
involved in it. That takes
part of the grade inflation
out of it."
The School Board meets
Tuesday beginning at .10
a.m. in the district adminis-
trative building on Trumbo
Point in Key West. It'll be
televised on Comcast Cable
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"ITORIAL


Opinion & Editorial



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Top graduates


deserve top honor

Retain valedictorian, salutatorian
designations for the students
who attain the best academic scores

Somehow two years ago, the Monroe County
,School Board decided that it would do away with
-designating the Keys high school graduates who
lalve the highest and second highest weighted grade
-pQi.nt averages as valedictorians and salutatorians,
!-e pectively.
How everyone missed this - including the
media - is anyone's guess.
But what we understand now is that under the
-administration of then-Superintendent Randy
Acevedo, those designations - going to only two
students in each of the three high schools - were to
be replaced so more students could receive honors
>-t the end of their Monroe County educations.
Replacing the current system - which is in pret-
ty much every high school in the country - would
!e somethingg akin to college honors under which,
,,spending on a student's grade point average, he or
.s3t could be designated magna cum laude or summa
cum laude. There could be several in each class.
. We understand that the competition among stu-
dents to earn the top honor in their graduating class
is intense, that students could be tempted to take
particular courses they know they will do well in so
they can inflate their GPA.
But this is not recreational youth sports, where
participation trophies are given to every player.
This is a group of people who, upon receiving their
diplomas, are considered adults. And in the adult
'world, some win and some lose- Learning and
understanding that,is part of the growth process.
"- 'We like the idea of adding the college-like hon-
'ors to the current system because in some cases,
Avho is salutatorian and who.isn't is decided by the
smallest percentage point.
-But we also say those students who earn the top
GPAs deserve special recognition of their own.

Vandenberg' scuttling a big success

We can hardly believe that May 27 marked a year
3i.ace the USS Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg was scuttled
'Iseyen miles off Key West as an artificial reef. It took
,a decade and more than $8 million to get it sunk.
SWe, like many others, were doubters over the
yearss as county money was expended and the ship,
to which the city of Key West held title, was put up
for auction when bills weren't paid to the Virginia
shipping yard where it was being cleansed of con-
taminants.
But a year later, it looks to be a resounding suc-
cess both for business and for, the environment.
Researchers say 113 different species of fish now
.call the Vandenberg their home, and dive shops
report booms in business. Their visiting divers have
'.to stay and eat somewhere, so the offshoot business
is obvious, as well.
the Vandenberg looked like a white elephant for
so6rmany years. Now, it's looking kind of golden.


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Protect red snapper
Anyone who snorkels and scuba
dives as we do understands the impor-
tance of preserving fish species.
Next week, fishery managers have
a chance to save the dwindling red
snapper. The South Atlantic Fishery
Management Council will vote on a
fishing ban and a closed ocean area to
protect places where the snapper are
often caught accidentally when fisher-
men target other species.
We have all witnessed the failure to
adequately protect and preserve frag-
ile ecosystems throughout the world.
We should learn from these missteps
and take a bold stand against repeating
them.
It is no wonder that much of the
opposition to the proposed snapper
regulations takes issue with the sci-
ence. It is complicated and seemingly
contradictory to the observed abun-
dance of red snapper. But if you look
closely, this abundance is made up of
too many -young fish that aren't the
best breeders capable of sustaining the
population.
The council must shoulder the bur-
den of stewardship and resist the polit-
ically appealing alternative to delay or
weaken proposed regulations. Our
region is counting on them to show
leadership and let science guide sound
policy-making.
Ken and Audrey Smith
Key Largo

Move on sewers
The stamina it takes to hold your
ground on a controversial issue in
Islamorada cannot be overestimated.
The temptation to yield to the
inflamed rhetoric is overwhelming. Of
course, I would be disingenuous if I-
did not acknowledge my own frustra-
tions resulting in the end of my value
as a Village Council member.
Because I am so keenly aware of


the fortitude it takes to continue fight-
ing for what is in the best in interest of
the greater good, I am compelled to
thank Vice Mayor Don Achenberg for
his doggedness to move forward with
sewer construction to ensure outside
funding - the only way this project
will be financially feasible.
Islamorada missed out on approxi-
mately $8 million this year alone
because of aversion. The current
council said we would surely be in
position to accept the grants next year.
'Now, that appears to be a calculated
falsehood.
Additionally, the re-distribution of
funds will put another $100,000 on the
colossal pile of wasted money spent
on perpetual vacillation. I could go on
and on why Vice Mayor Achenberg's
position is the only reasonable and
realistic and responsible solution to
our wastewater dilemma.
Vice Mayor Don Achenberg is too
much of a gentleman to ever say "I
told you so"; however, it should at
least be thought in his head in the not-
too-distant future. I ask those who
believe as I do that Islamorada must
move forward to not stand idle and
certainly not go backward, to join me
in thanking Don for his fact-based
determination.
At least there's one, cowboy under
those hats. I hope the other council
members will at least try them on for
size.
Cathi Hill
Islamorada

Take Stock
Your Take Stock in Children edito-
rial on May 26 was terrific. You right-
ly recognized the amazing persistence
shown over the last six years by the 35
graduating seniors.
In addition, I'd like to praise the
unselfish dedication of their mentors
- role models from our community,


GUEST COLUMN

Hard-working students


Kudos to Spider
Stand up for Animals -gives wags
and purrs to Capt. Spider Branch
and all who participated in the
Casting for Charity event. The ben-
defit raised $100 for our Stand Up for
SAnimals animals.
Linda Gottwald, director
Stand Up for Animals
Marathon

each of whom have invested an hour a
week, 35 weeks each year, for six
years.
The corps of Take Stock mentors
-- now 260 strong in our county -
works every week one on one with
their students to achieve truly trans-
formational outcomes.
With great joy, I congratulate both
our graduates and their mentors.
John Padget, president
Monroe County
Education Foundation


deserve special recognition


For the record, I am a nerd. Always ing of generations of
have been, always will be. While most tradition is under-
students who are prone to academic standable, the result-
achievement would rather avoid asso- - ant action appears to
ciation with the term, I'Ve grown to penalize students who
embrace it - and even be proud of it. . strive to be at the top
Growing up, I was never athletical- of their class.
ly gifted or competitive, although I am - I wholeheartedly
sure my penchant for air conditioning agree collegiate rank-
may have been a reason for my gravita- Julio J.arroso ings should be used to
tion to the cool confines of the library. was co- further honor those stu-
My competitive spirit revolved valedictorian dents who have pushed
around academic pursuits. Whether it for the Class of themselves academical-
was the science fair, honor roll or annu- 1999 at Key ly; however, further
al awards assembly, academics were West High inclusion of academi-
my playing field and the title of vale- Sch I cally gifted students
dictorian was the cherished trophy. oo should not . be at the
Nearly 11 years ago, I was. named and is the detriment of one of the
co-valedictorian for the Class of 1999 communications most hallowed of aca-
at Key West High School. The moment and marketing demic traditions.
my name was announced is forever coordinator Is it safe to assume
seared in my mind: The principal who for Keys Energy other high school tradi-
mispronounced my name in the excite- Services. tions will go the same
ment of the moment, my fellow class- route of the valedictori-
mates who provided a standing ova- an and salutatorian designations? Will
tion, and a mother who all but disap- athletic events just be played for fun
peared behind a flood of tears and a without winners or losers? Will a tiara be
seriously soaked handkerchief. - provided to all senior girls since merely
To say the designation as one of the one homecoming queen would not be
top students in the class was both a sur- inclusive' enough? Will all teachers be
prise and thrill would be a tremendous named teacher of the year as a collective
understatement. To think the Monroe whole - surely not one among them can
County School Board did away with be better than all the rest?
valedictorian and salutatorian designa- As a nation, we have grown accus-
tions for the Class of 2012 and beyond tomed to rewarding participation as a
is unconscionable. means to applaud effort, while often-
While the reasoning behind the end- times failing to recognize the best


among us.
While I still have much to learn, I do
believe I have lived enough to know life is
not always fair and that there will always
be winners and losers. Granted, when you
start figuring out grade point averages
above a 4.0, separated by a couple hun-
dredths of a grade point, there are no real
losers - other than a tradition that rewards
achievement and inspires excellence.
As a native of this great community,
a proud graduate of its high school, and
one of its former valedictorians, I
strongly urge the Monroe County
School Board to re-address its decision
to do away with the designations of
valedictorian and salutatorian.
A compromise can surely be
reached that honors students with stel-
lar grade point averages and still sin-
gles out the top students in each class.
I will always carry my valedictorian
experience with me, and cherish the
hard work and determination that
resulted in the ultimate prize for those
nerds among us.
It saddens me to think a similar win-
ning experience may be taken away
from students in an effort to avoid hurt
feelings and promote inclusiveness.

Editor's note: The School Board
meets for a workshop at 10 a.m.
Tuesday at district headquarters in Key
West, and the issue of not designating
valedictorians and salutatorians is
expected to be addressed.


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THANKS FOR THE HELP


.Jacksonville native Patrick Bonk. visits with Monroe
County Sheriff Bob Peryam Saturday. Bonk, 11, was
struckk by a bread truck at the Marathon end of the
eieyen Mile Bridge last June 9. He and his family
'returned to the Keys this weekend to thank the emer-
'gIncy workers who helped him that day, on which he
-;had to be airlifted to Miami Children's Hospital via the
,county's TraumaStar helicopter. -


Lolly Siemon
Lolly Siemon of
Marathon died peacefully on
Memorial Day at her home
surrounded by her family.
Mrs. Siemon was born in
St. Louis, Mo., and was
raised in Cleveland and
Atlanta. She was a graduate
of Stephens College and
married Charles L. Siemon
of West Palm Beach in 1967.
While Mr. Siemon was in
graduate school, the U.S.
Navy and law school, the
couple lived in Tallahassee,
Jacksonville, Pensacola and
then back in Tallahassee.
After he graduated from law
school, they moved to the
Chicago - area, where they
lived in Barrington, Ill., for
almost 25 years.
While in Barrington, she
was a preschool teacher,
executive director of the
Barrington Area Arts Council
and active in community
service through the Junior
League. She was awarded the
Junior League of Chicago's
Outstanding Volunteer Award
in 1989 and the Flo Bash


Award for
outstanding
service to
sn 1- the arts. She
S was also
active in the
Presbyterian
Church of
SIEMON B arrington
and a mem-
ber of Session.
In 1998, the Siemons
moved to Marathon. A year
later, Lolly went to work at
Fishermen's Hospital as an
assistant in human resources
and then as executive assistant
and medical staff coordinator.
She was very - active in
community service in
Marathon, most notably in
the Middle Keys Relay
for Life. She chaired
Fishermen's Hospital's Relay
for Life team in 2002, 2003
and 2004; was the Middle
Keys 'Relay co-chairwoman
in between 2005 and 2007;
and was team co-chair-
woman of Fisherman's Relay
team in 2007, 2008, 2009 and
2010. She was the Middle
Keys Relay honorary chair-


woman in 2007 and 2008.
Mrs. Siemon was also an
active member of the Zonta
Club of Marathon and
served on munerous com-
mittees, including its board
(2003-10) and as president.
She was honored as Zontian
of the Year for 2009-10.
She served as clerk of the
Session of the Kirk of the
Keys Presbyterian Church in
Marathon and played a lead-
ership role in the recent
resurgence of the Kirk.
She is survived by her
husband of 42 years,
Charlie; daughters Laura
(Jason) Seubert of St. Cloud
her Lisa (Todd) Ziels of
Marathon; granddaughter
Hannah; grandsons Dylan,
Jacob and Joseph; and her
brother Mark Magnuson.
Memorial donations can
be made to Presbyterian
Kirk of the Keys.
A celebration of life will
be held at Kirk of the Keys at
4 p.m. Saturday.

Richard Murray
Richard Munrty, 69, of


Big Pine Key died at his
home on May 23.
He was bom on May 3,
1941, in New York City to
Joseph and Vivian (Byrnes)
Murray. He and his "wife
Arlene moved from
Pennsylvania to the Keys in
2002, and they were mem-
bers of St. Peter Catholic
Church.
Mr. Murray spent his life
as a stockbroker at the New
York Stock Exchange, retir-
ing to Pennsylvania after 37
years.
In the Keys, he was
hooked on kayaking, and
introduced many people to it.
His parents preceded him
in death.
He is survived by his wife
of 47 years, Arlene; son R.J.
(Carrie) Murray; daughter
Brooke (Brad) Jubb; broth-
ers Peter (Peggy) and Chris
(Michelle); sister Pamela
(Jim) Galvin; grandchildren
Colin and Abby: and nieces
and nephews.
A memorial service was
held May 27 at St. Peter
Cathoic Church. W


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Wednesday, June 2, 2010 5A


Hard to imagine
business today
without system

By W.J. HENNIGAN
McClatchy-Tribune
Without it,.ATMs would
stop spitting out cash, Wall
Street could blunder billions
of dollars in stock trades and
clueless drivers would get
lost.
Most people may associ-
ate the Global Positioning
System with the navigation
devices that are becoming
standard equipment on new
cars. But GPS has become a
nerve center for the 21st
century rivaling the Internet
- enabling cargo compa-
nies to track shipments,
guiding firefighters to hot
spots and even helping peo-
ple find lost dogs.
"It's a ubiquitous utility
that everybody takes for
granted now," said Bradford
W. Parkinson.
He should know. Three
decades ago, as an Air Force
colonel just out of the
Vietnam War, Parkinson led
the Pentagon team that
developed GPS at a military
base in El Segundo, Calif.
Now, scientists and engi-
neers - including those at a
sprawling satellite-making
factory in El Segundo - are
developing an $8 billion
GPS upgrade that will make
the system more reliable,
more widespread and much
more accurate.
The new system is
designed to pinpoint a loca-
tion within an arm's length,
compared with a margin of
error of 20 feet or more
today. With that kind of pre-
S cision, a GPS-enabled
mobile phone could guide
you right to the front steps of
Starbucks, rather than some-
where on the block.
"This new system has the
potential to deliver capabili-
ties we haven't seen yet,"
said Marco Caceres, senior
space analyst for aerospace
research firm Teal Group.
"Because GPS touches so
many industries, it's hard to
imagine what industry
wouldn't be affected."
The 24 satellites that
make up the GPS constella-
tion will be replaced one by,
one. The first replacement
was scheduled to be
launched from Cape
Canaveral last weekend. The
overhaul will take a decade
and is being overseen by
engineers at Los Angeles Air
Force Base in El Segundo,
where Parkinson and his
team developed the current
system.
"We know that the world
relies on GPS," said Col.
David B. Goldstein, the
chief engineer for the
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San Diego found out
firsthand in 2007, when the
Navy accidentally jammed
GPS signals in the area,
knocking out dellphone
service and a hospital's
emergency paging system
for doctors. New York expe-
rienced a similar problem a
year later.
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ages by increasing the num-
ber of signals beamed to
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12,000 miles above. By tri-
angulating the signals from
four satellites, GPS
receivers - and there are
now more than a billion of
them - can pinpoint your
exact location on the ground.
Although "positioning" is
an obvious application of the
technology, it's also become
a crucial timekeeper for the
financial industry.
Transactions made every-
where, as varied as ATM
withdrawals and Wall Street
stock trades, are time-
stamped using precise atom-
ic clocks ticking within the
GPS satellites. The clocks
are accurate to one-billionth
of a second. It's a crucial
technology for Wall Street,
where a fraction of a second
could mean billions of dol-
lars.
Before GPS, explorers
and seafarers figured out
where they were by looking
at the sun and the stars. Even
with the advent of gyro-
scopes and radios, naviga-
tion was still imprecise, with
an average margin of error
of a mile or two.
The Cold War sparked
the Ineed for something bet-
ter.
When the Soviet Union
launched the .world's first
artificial satellite, Sputnik,
in 1957, scientists at Johns
Hopkins University scram-
bled to track it. They soon
realized they could deter-
mine Sputnik's position by
monitoring the radio waves


it emitted.
That led to a break-
through concept. If radio
waves could be used to track
a satellite from Earth, radio
waves from a satellite could
also be used to determine the
position of an object on the
ground.
The Pentagon jumped at
the idea.
In 1972 the Pentagon
tapped Parkinson to develop
a satellite-based navigation
system that had attracted
more naysayers than sup-
porters. Parkinson recalled
frequent trips to Washington
to deflect criticism from
politicians and even some
Pentagon brass that decried
the project as a waste of tax-
payers' money.
"I was told that the sys-
tem was useless and that it
had no future," said
Parkinson. 75, who is now
professor emeritus at
Stanford University. "I guess
we proved them wrong."
The first satellite was
launched in 1978 and the
system began partially oper-
ating with 21 satellites in
1993.
The Pentagon operates
and controls the GPS satel-
lite system used in every
country. Until 2000 it delib-
erately degraded the signals
that could be read by civilian
devices.
Commercial applications
soared in 2000, when
President Clinton ordered
the Pentagonto stop manip
ulating the signals.
Worried that the U.S.
could flip the' switch and
shut off GPS capability to
the test of the world, several
countries are developing
their own satellites. The
European Union, China and
Russia are spending billions
of dollars on their versions.
Commercial applications,
meanwhile, continue to mul-
tiply.
NavCom Technology Inc.
in Torrance makes a remote-


control system for tractors
that steers by GPS. The
company refines GPS sig-
nals with other ground-
based navigation devices so
that farmers can watch their
tractors plant seeds in
straight rows without over-
lapping.
The number of sub-
scribers to such services is
expected to balloon to at
least 15 million this year, up
from 100,000 six years ago,
according to Frost &
Sullivan, a San Antonio
research firm.
"That's not including the
hundreds of millions of peo-
ple who get the signals for
free on applications through
their cellphones," said
Daniel Longfield, industry
analyst with Frost &
Sullivan.
Under the $8 billion
upgrade, Boeing Co.'s Space
and Intelligence Systems in
El Segundo is building 12
satellites the size of sport-
utility vehicles, and 18 oth-
ers will be assembled by
Lockheed Martin Corp. in
Denver. Twenty-four will go
into orbit and six will be
reserved as spares.
The first phase is more
than three years 'behind
schedule, costing taxpayers
about $1 billion. Much of
the delay has been blamed
on Air Force demands for
new features, including the
ability to upgrade the satel-
lites' software while they are
in space.
The new satellites will
also triple the bandwidth
available for commercial use
and will have atomic clocks
that are even more precise
- keeping time to a fraction
of a billionth of a second.
"GPS has truly become
the lighthouse of the world,"
Parkinson said. "It's just
remarkable how the system
has evolved over the past 30
years. It'll be just as interest-
ing to see what will come in
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Former Texas Tech
coach Mike Leach (left)
congratulates Naquan
McNeill after McNeill ran
26 yards for a TD.
Leach assisted the
Conch coaching staff
during spring practice.
He moved to Key West
shortly after being fired
by Texas Tech in
December.The university
claims he mistreated a
player; he's suing the
university for damages.
On the right, Key West
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tackler as he dances
along the sideline on his
way to a touchdown
after catching a pass
Friday night.

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Conchs roll over Doral


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to judge team

By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

The final score was
impressive, the new quarter-
back showed promise, the
star receiver was unstop-
pable and the defense looked
sharp. Still, it was much to
early to judge how the 2110
Key West High School foot-


ball team will do.
"I don't know how good
a test it was," coach Jerry
Hughes said of Key West's
41-0 victory over Doral
Academy in the annual
spring game Friday night at
Tommy Roberts Memorial
Stadium. "They weren't a
real good football team. We
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The Conchs were led by
quarterback Matteo Gazzale,
a transfer from Germany
who threw four touchdown
passes, three of them to
Clive Georges, who was the


team's top receiver as a
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Georges; who had more
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pass had it not been for a
penalty.
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Conchs' first possession. On
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Doral 30 yard line, Gazzale
rolled out and, with two
defenders closing in, hit
Georges, who danced down
the sidelines for the first
touchdown.


"He has a great future,"
Hughes said of Georges,
who is also a track star. "It
looks like he's gliding but he
has another gear."
Gazzale completed eight
of 13 passes for more than
170 yards. His other TD pass
was a seven-yard toss to
Christian Stewart that
increased the lead to 20-0
with four minutes left in the
first half.
"I was impressed with
him," Hughes said of
Gazzale, adding, "He needs
to put on some weight."


Key West also showed an
effective running game with
Norman Lopez, who.rushed
for more than 60 yards, and
Naquan McNeill, who had a
26-yard touchdown run and
another burst of 44 yards.
The Key West defense
was as strong as expected,
forcing several fumbles.
"They were attacking,"
Hughes said. "That defense
is going, to win a lot of
games for us."
Added defensive coordi-
nator Paul Davis: "We did a
good job of communicating


and going to the ball."
Among the defensive stand-
outs were Roberto Val,
Brian Hughey, Scott
McKenzie, Michael
McFadden and the lanky
Stewart, whose interception
stopped a Doral scoring
threat.
"Forty-one points is a
nice confidence builder, but
it might make us too confi-
dent," said Hughes, who is
3-0 in spring games since
returning as coach in 2008.
"I would rather have played
a more competitive team."


FISHING THE FLORIDA KEYS


Palolo hatch unexpectedly postponed


Worm hatch
could happen
on June moon
Well, folks, better late than
never, I guess.
The Palolo worm hatch did-
n't take place on the full moon
last week, but we received one
report that it was going strong
Sunday night.
And the fish responded by
devouring the little red delica-
cies with gusto. For anglers
tarpon fishing at the Middle
Keys bridges, the action was
stupendous.
Several charter captains
reporting in to us say there may
be a second hatch of worms on
the new moon in June. All we
can do is wait and see.
The rest of the fishing has
less of a mystical aura to it.
The 'northwest winds that
prevailed last week pushed the
Gulf Stream very far offshore.
The stream was some 30 miles
south of Sombrero Light in
Marathon and as far as 45
miles off Key West.
These conditions really
slowed the dolphin fishing,
and we had only scattered
reports of fish caught. Fishing
for dolphin should improve as
the winds shift back to a more
seasonal southeast direction.
There remains respectable
offshore action for tuna and
wahoo, though. The tuna bite
at the humps is producing
decent-size fish, with most
caught by butterfly jigging.
Wahoo are popping up in the
offshore catches, as well.
There are good numbers of
mutton snapper holding on the
wrecks. Most average 12 to 16
pounds, but there are some
approaching 18 pounds and
better.
Amberjack and jack crev-
alle are entertaining anglers
who choose to drop live baits
such as threadfin herring or
pinfish. The majority of the
A.J.s are in the 30- to 40-
pound range, but there's the


occasional bruiser tipping the
scales at the 60-pound mark.
Kingfish are attacking live
-- baits with
abandon
on the
Je1 ,wrecks.,
This is of-
ten to the
. s dismay of
those in
pursuit of
boe tthe mut-
tons. � A
wire lead-
er will aid
Chris Johnson in pre-
venting bite-offs.
The permit are still bdunti-
ful on the artificial reefs and
higher-profile wrecks. They
will readily snatch up crabs on
a HookUp Lures jig head. I've
recently heard of some tremen-
dous fish in the 30-pound plus
bracket. Just be sure to release
most, as they are spawning.
The action on the reef has
been nothing short of spectac-
ular.
Major quantities of large to
flag-size yellowtail snapper
are making their way into fish
boxes throughout the Keys.
The 'tails will respond to a
wide variety of bait, but there's
one constant with yellowtail-
ing: The use pf copious am-
ounts of chum will out produce
a mere single block.
In a typical half-day char-
ter, I take two cases (12
blocks) of churn and expect
to go through every bit of it.
It's not a bad idea to supple-
ment your chum with oats
and glass minnows, as these
will often tempt the wary
flag 'tails. The more fish you
have feeding in your slick,
the better your chances of
catching the biggest of the
school.
Also beginning their
spawning rituals, hefty man-
grove snapper are spicing the
reef catches.
It pays to have a 20-pound
spinning rod rigged with a
HookUp Lures jig head - at
least a quarter ounce, depend-


ing on the velocity of the cur-
rent. Send a small live pinfish,
large chunk of ballyhoo or a
sardine toward the bottom to
attract the toothy mangroves.
You might just catch a mutton
snapper using the same tech-
nique.
Undoubtedly, you will have
bull sharks in your slick. But
don't despair. They often have
cobia in tow, and you can use
the same 20-pound spinning
rod to catch them. Again, any
live bait, such as pinfish,
works best.
While you're fishing the
reef, have a rig set up with a
short trace of wire to catch the
kingfish and cero mackerel. I
prefer to use small blue run-
ners or legal-size yellowtail to
entice the largest kings, but
pinfish work well for the
smaller of the mackerel.
Great numbers of black,
gag and-red grouper are being
taken on the reef using live
baits, such as pinfish, grunts
and blue runners. Make sure
your tackle has the muscle to
withstand the beatings put on
by these grouper.
The patch reefs are render-
ing their usual cornucopia of
small to mid-size yellowtail,
nice-size mangroves, plus
plenty of legal and sub-legal
grouper and hogfish. Once
again, pinfish or shrimp on a
HookUp Lures jig head is
what's needed here.

The week's best
Here's what the charter
captains from Marathon to
Key West have been catching
this week.
Capt. James Simcic reports
a large group from Alabama
chartered the Captain Hook's
dive boat for several days to do
some spearfishing off Mara-
thon. Top honors went to Dan,
who speared a 25-pound black
grouper in 85 feet of water.
Fishing on the Pip's 36 out
of Captain Pip's Hideaway and
Marina in Marathon were Tim
Kilcoyne, Bill Doherty, Bill
Henderson and John Jamerson.


Scott and Marc Kazdan from Weston landed these nice grouper and cobia over the
weekend.They fished on the'SeaSquared'out of the 7 Mile Marina.


Capt. Bob Crockett and mate
Dave Herberholz put the group
on the dolphin in 750 to 800
feet of water. They caught a
couple of nice 20-pounders
and a boatload of schoolies.
Robert and Kevin Cooke,
from Nesconset N.Y., spent
a three-day budget getaway
at Captain Pip's, which
included lodging, upgraded
boat rental, fishing guide,
fuel, ice and bait. The guys
fished multiple days on one
of Captain Pip's 22-foot
Cape Horn rental boats with
Capt. Bob Crockett. They
caught tripletail, dolphin,
yellowtail and mangrove
snapper.
More guests at Captain
Pip's Hideaway and Marina
did well fishing on their own
from their rental boats. Steve
and Bev Larsen from Chico,
Calif., caught a 39-pound wa-
hoo and a 22-pound dolphin.
Jerry and Larene Amundsen
from Casper, Wyo., caught a
26-pound dolphin. ,
Jerry and Eddie fished with
Marathon guide Capt. Dallas
Tisdale. They wanted big crit-
ters on light tackle, so Tisdale
took them to the wrecks. Every
drift produced one or two


hook-ups with big jack crev-
alle, amberjack and barracuda.
When the current changed
and the bite, slowed, they set
off for the flats to play with the
barracuda on 'cuda tubes.
What they got instead was a
60-pound tarpon. Thirty min-
utes and 10 jumps later, Eddie
had his first tarpon. Tisdale
says it was a first for him too
- a tarpon on a 'cuda tube.
Capt. Jeff Shelar, of Catch-
em-All Charters out of Captain
Pip's, spent the week tarpon
fishing multiple trips everyday.
He experienced the Palolo
worm hatch Sunday evening at
one of the Middle Keys
bridges and reports thousands
of tarpon munching away. He
used crabs and mullet to put
Rick and Jim, from Minnesota,
on the bite big time. They went
11 for 18 and exclaim they've
never had a better tarpon expe-
rience in the Keys.
The week on the Sea-
Squared started out with an-
other of our Florida Keys shark
fishing adventures. Jimmy and
Jan Tindol from Midland, Tex-
as, were here on their honey-
moon and specifically request-
ed an encounter with big,
toothy critters. I took them to


one of my favorite spots, put
the bait in the water and we
didn't have to wait long until
the sharks were swarming
around the boat. We caught
and released about 15 lemon
sharks up to seven feet long.
The Tindols will be able
to relive their adventure for
years to come. Chris Bab-
iana, owner of Florida Keys
Fish Tales Offshore Media
Services, captured their day
in photography and video.
I had one offshore trip
with the Winar group from
Brevard County. I took them
32 miles out and found the
fishing challenging. We did
manage to put a bunch of
schoolie dolphin and two
nice wahoo in the boat.
For much more of the Keys
fishing report, go to
www.KeysNet.com

Capt. Chris Johnson special-
izes in ,tsli,, . yiii''i,. bot-
tom, wreck and i, fi,.hin, with
SeaSquared Charters out of the
7 Mile Marina in Marathon.
You can reach himn at 743-5305,
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'Babies' unique, but for how long?


Film tracks

4 from birth

to first steps

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not so much a "sleeper" as
napperr."
Directed by . Thoma
Balmes, the 79-minute docu
mentary "Babies" tracks th
milestones and ordinary
moments of four children
immersed in vastly different
cultures (Namibia, Japai
Mongolia and the U.S.) front
the moment of their birt
through their halting firs
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Ponijao lives in Namibia with her family.


a Babies are cute, and it's
easy to be drawn into their sto-
as, ries - to be astonished as Na-
a- mibian Ponijao exchanges op-
ie en-mouthed kisses with a very
y tolerant dog; to wince'when
M American-bornm Hattie takes a
nt tumble during a playground
n, mishap; to share Mari's frus-
m tration at the ever-rising tide of
h educational toys in her Tokyo
st apartment; and to marvel at lit-
tle Bayar as he contentedly
munches on a roll of toilet
paper left within reach of the
tether that restricts his explo-
rations to the confines of his
family's Mongolian yurt.
But on film, as in life, the
haze of delight caused by the
amazing (and amusing) feats
achieved by babies other than
one's own eventually wears
s thin. Deep sighs and com-
pulsive eye-rolls - whether
actual or metaphoric - are
classic responses to lengthy
slide shows and bulging brag
books for good reason.
How many minutes before
the most baby-keen humans
become dulled by the unceas-
ing barrage of exquisitely com-
posed, tidily stacked, richly col-
ored images of babies present-
ed in unending succession? The
right answer is anyone's guess.
Most people have a bore-
dom saturation point. But one
baby who showed up at the
Tropic's media screening
remained transfixed through-
out the film.
Watching Bayar crawl free-
ly across a wide field of grass
beneath an enormous, cloud-
filled sky, you can't help but
wonder what, if anything,
these kids are trying to tell you.


Through Thursday
"Babies" plays at the
Tropic Cinema, 416 Eaton
St., Key West, through
Thursday.
Shpw times are 1:45,
3:45, 5:45 and 8 p.m.
Tickets for the 1:45 p.m.
matinee are $5 for Tropic
members, $7.50 for oth-
ers. For the other show
times, cost is $6 for Tropic
members, $10 for others.


Mari was born and is being raised in Toyko. She's one of
four babies followed from birth to first steps.


Hattie fusses with and eventu-
ally eats a banana. Ponijao
mouths a dirt-covered bone.
All of the babies laugh,
weep, creep and cruise toward
the same set of developmental
milestones. Politics, econom-
ics and cultural schematics
don't matter.
That's a nice sentiment,
but an easy one at best.
"Babies" is too big, too slick
and too pretty for that to be
its only message.
It's not until Mari reaches
for the house cat's tail that
you might realize the extent
to which you've been
manipulated - not by the
children, per se, but by
"Babies'" director Balmes.
The story he took two
years to sculpt from hun-
dreds of hours of footage
exposes far more about our
own cultural peccadilloes
than it does about his petite
subjects. By carefully juxta-
posing images of babies
raised in sync with the natu-
ral world, against those
raised in a postindustrial


contrived one, he gently
prods us to consider whether
the price we've paid for
creature comforts has been
worth it (regrettably, access
to advanced medical care
isn't among the issues given
great play in the film).
While not as plainly sub-
versive as his 2008 documen-
tary "Damages," which fol-
lows a group of wrongful-
death attorneys as they nego-
tiate the price of a human life,
Balmes' "Babies" is a sight to
behold and deeper than the
small metal tub in which
Bayar is set to bathe.
It's often the case that
movies aren't what they first
seem - that's part of the beau-
ty and the business of art. For-
.tunately, babies generally are.
So despite Balmes' con-
ceit of pure observation (pre-
sumably in the name of some
sort of lay anthropology),-
when the lights come up, you
might find yourself smiling
at the sudden flush of hope
about the business - and the
beauty of being human.


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Wednesday, June 2, 2010 3B


Booker stepping down


from youth program


After 5 years, -

she says it's time

for new leader "WP


On her first day on campus
at Marathon High School as
assistant principal in 2000,
Sunny Booker volunteered for
a program that would later
become the Monroe Youth
Challenge Program. Now,
after five years as its volunteer
director, she's stepping down.
"My first day, I met Judy
Greenman and worked togeth-
er with her on the first Chal-
lenge Day in the Keys," Book-
er said. "Judy was the founder
and trusted me with her baby.
Now it's time it moved on to a
paid position so it can grow
again to the next level."
Booker is also the Monroe
County School District's safe-
and healthy-schools coordina-
tor. When she steps down
from the volunteer position,
her paid district position will
have expanded duties, says
Superintendent Joseph Burke.
In 10 years, the Monroe
Youth Challenge Program,
in collaboration with the dis-
trict and Monroe County
Education Foundation, has
grown from a grassroots,
parent-driven program at
Marathon High School that
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Learn Photoshop
in the Upper Keys

The Upper Keys Mac
User Group will host a pro-
gram on the Photoshop pro-
gram and some of the
"wow" effects you can get
with it, at 7 p.m. June 10 at
the Key Largo library in
Trade Winds Plaza.
Via video, experts from all


over the country show how to
do things you've always
dreamed of being able to do
with your photos, such light-
ing effects, layer masks, text
effects, motion blurs, poster-
izing and other cool effects.
The group welcomes
both PC and Mac users. The
meeting is free and open to
the public, doesn't require
reservations, and includes
refreshments. Call 451-


4601 or go to www.ukmug
.org for more information.

Model Train Club
meets on June 9

The Key West Model
Train Club meets at 7 p.m.
June 9. All ages and skill
levels are invited. For
specifics, call Skip Fleet at
292-1009.


Sunny Booker huddles with some students involved with
the Monroe Youth Challenge Program.


brought in a qne-day event,
Challenge Day. Now it's
countywide and serves more
than 8,000 youths and adults
annually over all 12 months.
The kids create a majority of
the activities.
The program sponsors
numerous things to develop
youths as leaders and em-
power adults to help raise
safe and healthy kids, among
them Parent to Parent class-
es; classes in preventing
crime, substance abuse and
violence; life-skills classes;
and service learning and
community service projects.
Booker will help with the
leadership transition, which is
expected to take four to six
months. After the change,
Burke says, "the Monroe
County School District will be
asking Ms. Booker to take on


new and significant duties
which will directly impact our
students. MYCP programs will
be transitioned to a new leader
who can devote the time nec-
essary for continued success."
The job qualifications in-
clude being available 70
hours a month; grant writ-
ing; clerical duties and
billing; planning and attend-
ing districtwide events;
overseeing publications and
a Web site; and managing
staff and volunteers.
A committee of program
volunteers and team mem-
bers will select the new
leader. Anyone interested in
the position can contact pro-
gram board member Katrina
Wiatt at 743-3684.
Visit http://mycp.keys
schools.com to find out
more.


More nonprofits added


to Keysreuse.com


The Web site

matches groups

and donations

KeysReuse.com, a new
Web site that matches the
needs of local nonprofits
with what residents of the
Keys no longer need, has
added 11 organizations to its
roster of groups.
I- Ranging from AIDS Help
to art and music teachers at
Upper Keys schools, the site


lists groups from throughout
the island chain. It's the cre-
ation of Michael Welber of
Marathon.
Some have very simple
needs. Seacamp is looking
for donations of aquarium
supplies, while the People's
Theater of Key West hopes
to get a donation of an air
conditioner. Other requests
include a wide range of
foods, medical supplies for
wildlife rescue, and fishing
gear. The extensive list
includes more than 200 dif-


ferent things.
All of these and more
often sit in storage closets or
in boxes, ready for the trash.
Rather than storing unused
stuff or, worse yet, throwing
needed things away, resi-
dents can go to www.keys
reuse.com and see if a local
nonprofit could use what
they have.
Any nonprofit that wants
to be added to KeysReuse
.com should contact Welber
at Michael.welber@gmail
.com.


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WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
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WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED.THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
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THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
12:00 P.M.
DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
April, 2010
DANNY L. KOLHAGE
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OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
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DATED THIS 21st DAY OF
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8 PB5-92 BIG PINE INC BIG
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OR1296-190(JB)
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MONROE, STATE OF
FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH
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LAW, THE PROPERTY
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CPR, first-aid training available


They can be

key to saving

someone's life

Learning basic first aid and
cardiopulmonary resuscita-
tiQn, and learning how to use
an automated external defibril-
lator, can quite possibly mean
the difference between life and
death for someone suffering
from sudden cardiac arrest or
another medical emergency.
And the most effective
way to learn is to participate
in hands-or training courses
taught by a certified Am-
erican Red Cross instructor.
Locally, several upcoming
sessions are planned.
While quick-overview
videos and courses do help
you become familiar with
safety training, attending cer-
tification courses under the
supervision of a qualified
instructor is the best way .to
obtain the skills and confi-
dence needed to successfully
perform first aid and CPR.


. Those skills are commonly
taught to everyday people who
might be the only ones able to
respond during the crucial first
few minutes of an accident or
medical emergency.
In the Keys, there are
numerous opportunities to
get the training (some of the
CPR classes include training
to use an automated emer-
gency defibrillator):

Upper Keys
* June 12 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. at the Roth Building in
Tavernier. This is training in
adult, infant and child CPR
and first aid. Cost is $68.
More .Upper Keys sessions


will be planned throughout
the summer.

Lower Keys.
* June 7 from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m., Babysitters Plus. Cost is
$78.
e June 8 from 6 to 10 p.m.,
adult CPR. Cost is $48.
* June 9 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., CPR for the Professional
Rescuer. Cost is $82.
* June 10 from 6 to 9 p.m.,
standard first aid. Cost is $48.
* June 26 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., adult, child and infant,
CPR and first aid. Cost is $68.
* July 8 from 6 to 10 p.m.,
standard first aid. Cost is $48.
* July 13 from 6 to 10 p.m.,


adult CPR. Cost is $48.
* July 14 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., CPR for the Professional
Rescuer.-Cost is $82.
* July 24 from 9 a.m..to 6
p.m., adult, infant and child
CPR and first aid. Cost is $68.
* Aug. 10 from 6 to 10
p.m., adult CPR. Cost is $48.
o Aug. 11 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., CPR for the Professional
Rescuer. Cost is $82.
* Aug. 12 from 6 to 10 p.m.,
standard first aid. Cost is $48.
* Aug. 28 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., adult, infant and child
CPR and first aide. Cost is $68.
To remain confident and
keep skills current, the Red
Cross recommends you
attend refresher courses and
be re-certified yearly.
For more information, call
the Red Cross in the Upper
Keys at 852-9612 or in the
Lower Keys at 296-4033, or
go to www.floridakeysred
cross.org.


Rob Clift of Key
-Largo carries
his son Colby,
2, in a soft pack
during a hike.


'Baby wearing


demo planned


Learn to free

your hands with

wraps, slings

Some babies want to be
held constantly but moms -
and dads - need their hands
free for housework or other
children. Many parents use a
sling for these moments but
others just don't know how to.
Members of the Keys
Kids Playgroup in the


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Upper Keys have volun-
teered to demonstrate sever-
al types of baby slings for
use with infants up to tod-
dlers, even twins.
The public is invited to
attend the Baby Wearing
Demo on Saturday from
9:3Q to 11:30 a.m. at the Life
Pointe Church in Tavemier.
It's at 161 Pearl Ave., mile
marker 90.5 bayside.
The free workshop is
open to anyone interested in
"baby wearing." Experienced
parents plan to answer ques-
tions about where to begin
and how to use their sling.
Part of the discussion is to be
on safety and the benefits of
baby wearing such as inner
ear, balance and brain devel-
opment.
Event coordinator Leslie
Clift of Key Largo, the moth-
er to Colby, age 2, says, "We
relate to the overwhelming
choices in slings, soft packs,
wraps, pouches and hip carri-
ers. Hopefully we can help."
Several mothers plan to
demonstrate different carriers
such as the Ergo, Moby wrap,
Baby Bjom, ring sling, pouch
sling and Mei Tai wrap.
Parents can. bring any baby
carriers they have so others
attending can benefit from
seeing all of the varieties.
Infants are welcome;
child care can be arranged
for a fee. Call Clift at 509-
0057 for more information.


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DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1452823
RE: 00369640-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
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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:
YIU WEI MAK&
SOFOONFONG
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BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
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THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
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THEREON, THE
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DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
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DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1329827
RE: 00258140-000000
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BK 8 LT 14AMD PLAT OF BLK
8.PB5-92 BIG PINE INC BIG
PINE KEY OR563-564
OR1296-190(JB)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
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
BIDDER AT THE OLD
COURTHOUSE STEPS (500
WHITEHEAD STREET) ON
THE 7th DAY OF July, 2010
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OF MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
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PUBLISH: May 26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
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No.1975000
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FOR TAX DEED
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT CHARLES P
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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: 2006/511
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 8592710
RE: 00108040-000401
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
18 66 30 S66018-06.4 NO
NAME KEY PT NW 1/4 OF SW
1/4 OR844-324/325
OR937-1598/1599
OR1256-1106/08P/ R(JMH)
OR1256-1109/11 P/R(JMH)
OR1256-2276/78C(CW)
OR1457-2218/ 19EST(CMS)
OR1457-2221/47EST(CMS)
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
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


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PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16, 2010.
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No.1975400
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: 2006/1949
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1629383
RE: 00510060-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
SBK 1 LT 11 REVISED
AMENDED PLAT OF RIVIERA
VILLAGE PB2-80 KEY LARGO
OR111-496-497 OR137-549
OR2045-2071/2073P/R
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
HENRY STERNLIEB �
REVOCABLE TRUST DTD
11/18/76
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
CONTINUED IN 7IE NEXT COLUMN
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FLORIDA
BY: MITCH HEDMAN D.C.
PUBLISH: May 26, June 2,9,
16, 2010.,
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No. 1976800


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
2010-32
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT TARPON IV LLC, THE
HOLDER OF THE
FOLLpWING
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: 2006/1796
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)
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
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


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
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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 NUMBER AND
DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND THE
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/916
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1271497
RE: 00208'190-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK7 LT 11 RAMROD
SHORES RAMROD KEY
PB4-6 OR429-784/787
OR447-3697/940 OR819-1138
OR819-1139
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
ROSCOE R KOHR
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
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ME.".';: I SHlIVE CORPS


Front-line group hopes to expand


It provides
medical help
in emergencies

The Florida Keys Medical
Reserve Corps, known as the
MRC, will focus on public
health preparedness and evacu-
ating special-needs residents if
hurricanes threaten the Florida
Keys over the next six months,
and is looking for volunteers.
The Florida Keys MRC is a
branch of the national MRC,
which was created after the
Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks
to provide medical help to local


communities in times of natural
disasters like hurricanes or oth-
er types of emergencies. The Flo-
rida Keys MRC is made up of
volunteers who are medical and
public-health professionals, as
well as non-medical personnel.
This year looks to be an
especially active hurricane
season, say both hurricane
expert William Gray, profes-
sor of atmospheric science at
Colorado State University,
and the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration.
Last year, MRC volunteers
helped the Monroe County
Health Department adminis-
ter H1N1 flu shots to adults


and students at Keys schools.
"Possible hurricanes com-
bined with another busy HIN1
flu season makes the MRC an
indispensable resource for the
Keys residents," said Michael
Cunningham, chief executive
officer of the Florida Keys
Area Health Education Center,
which oversees the MRC. "In
addition, with natural disasters
and unsettled situations in
nearby countries, we need to
be prepared, for unexpected
events in Haiti or Cuba that
could result in a mass migra-
tion toward the Florida Keys."
The MRC's annual meeting
will be held June 26 at Hawks


Cay Resort on Duck Key, mile
marker 61, from 9 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. It will feature update on
the HIN1 flu season from the
Monroe County Health Dep-
artment, and a presentation by
University of Miami staff on
contingency plans in the event
of a mass migration from Cuba
or Haiti toward the Keys.
Those interested in volun-
teering for the MRC, particu-
larly those with health or med-
ical backgrounds, are encour-
aged to attend. There is no cost.
For more information, to
volunteer or to register for
the meeting, call 743-7111 or
go to www.fkahec.org.


Keys summer camps sign up kids


'Adventure' * Reef Relief is accepting
registrations for its weekly
at St. Peter summer program, Coral'
Camp, which runs out of the
on Big Pine Reef Relief Environmental
Center at 631 Greene St.,
Keynoter Staff Key West, next to the Conch
Republic Seafood Co.
The list of summer camp Coral Camp is a unique and
opportunities available to Keys fun summer learning experi-
children keeps on growing. ence for students ages 6 to 12.
* At St. Peter Catholic Campers learn all about our liv-
Church on Big Pine Key, ing coral reef through educa-
members are planning their tional and hands-on learning
annual vacation Bible school activities, guest speakers and
for June 21 to 25. The theme is state-of-the-art films at the Reef
"High Seas Expedition VBS" Relief Environmental Center.
and consists of fun scripture- They will also participate-in
themed activities. Hours are 9 interactive field trips to the
a.m. to noon. Cost is $40. Florida Keys Eco-Discovery
Older students can sign on Center, the Key West Aquari-
as volunteers to earn school- umrn, Fort Zachary Taylor State
required community service Park, the Key West Butterfly
hours. For more information, and Nature Conservancy, and
call Leslie Hughes at St. an offshore coral reef.
Peter at 872-2537. Transportation for field
* The city of Marathon trips is provided. Camp fees
hosts Camp Adventure for are $215 per child per week
kids ages 6 to 13. It gets under or $370 for two weeks.
way on June 14 and runs until Campers bring a bag lunch
'Aug. 13, and runs from 8:30 and a snack 'every day.
a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays in Limited scholarships are
weeklong sessions. available.
The program is run by Coral Camp runs Monday
trained city staff and includes through Friday from 8:30
cookouts, two out-of-town a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more
field trips weekly, games and information, call 294-3100 or
trips to Sombrero Beach. Cost send an e-mail to reef
is $80 per week. Call the city relief@gmail.com.
Parks and Recreation Depart- * The Key West Police
ment at 743-6598 for more Athletic League is hosting its
information, second PAL Island Life


Summer Camp starting June
14 and ending Aug. 13.
It's for kids from kinder-
garten through fifth grade
and costs $100 per week
(there is a sibling discount).
Kids can register 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.keywest-
city.com; by calling, Lt.
Kathleen Ream at 809-1010;
or by sending an e-mail to
kwpal.summercamp@gmail.
com.
* 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 cor-
rect fish-handling proce-
dures. The final day will cul-
minate in a cook-your-catch
barbecue.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bottled water and lunch will
be provided daily. Call
Elizabeth Jolin at 393-0994
for details and registration
information. I


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Strategic Planning Committee
Wednesday, June 9, 2010 at 2:00 P.M.
City Hall, 525 Angela Street
ADA Conference Room
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2010-31
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HOLDER OF THE
FOLLOWING
CERTIFICATES) HAS FILED
SAIIb 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: 2006/1276
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
OR772-577 0R934-990
OR1797-1064
OR2192-415T/C
OR2228-1264C


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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 ITWAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1803
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1584185
RE: 00477410-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK3LT5'LARGO
BEACH-KEY LARGO PB1-108
OR253-513 OR861-1063
OR1026-754D/C
OR1159-1654 R1230-31/32CT
OR1270-2249 OR1648-944
OR1883-314
OR2097-1844/51 F/J
OR2186-2184/86


NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: - NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:


SCOTT J 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
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
CONTINUED IN THE NEXT CO UMNW


BRIAN N BECKMANN
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: May26, June 2, 9,
16,2010.
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.1978600
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
CONTINUED IN THE NEXT COLUMN


110
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FOR TAX DEED
2010-34
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 ITWAS.
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)
OR1289-1540(BLM)
OR1589-925(ND)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
ANN RICHARDS
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


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200
EMPLOYMENT

260 * General -
Miscellaneous

BOAT SALES
P/T, F/T, top commissions,
sales exp. & dependable
transportation req'd. Retirees
welcome. 305-872-3123
C/A SERVICE TECH
Minimum 5 years exp. Must
have basic hand tools. Please
apply in person, Windswept
A/C, 2735 0/S Hwy, Marathon.
DRIVER NEEDED
Clean driving record a MUST!
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.
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
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.


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NOTICE! Effective July 1, 2009, the
intention to register a fictitious name
must be advertised at least once in a
newspaper in the county in which the
principal place of business will be located.

Call Beverly. 743-5551 x13

' I - --l _ "


260 * General - 260 * General -
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous

MlamlHerald.com


Newspaper


carrier wanted

for the Key West area.
Deliver our newspaper seven days a
week between 4:30 a.m. & 7 a.m.
This route pays approx. $400 a week.

Please Call Ted Due at

743-5551 ext. 19 1.-



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SEWER INSTALLER Full time.
Heavy eqiupment experience a
plus, for work in Marathon with
locally owned company. Valid
driver license req. 743-4245





CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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


CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


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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. Lie #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


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.


VERY COMPASSIONATE
16 Years Exp. Errands, Shopping.
Housekeeping & Caregiving.
Live-in available. 786-255-8275


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



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, Mthn-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 #LVSS1278 & 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, Decorative
Coatings
Free Est. #Eng232
Call Mark 289-7350



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



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 OIness 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
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


B FLORIDA KEYS
Di.rect-or


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.


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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
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: 2006/1276
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1438235
RE: 00356550-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
AMENDED PLATOF
FLAMINGO ISLAND
ESTATES PB5-121 BOOT
KEY E 1/2 LOT 110 & ALL LOT
111 BK1 OR408-277
OR772-577 OR934-990
OR1797-1064
OR2192-415T/I
OR2228-1264C


Th

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FOR TAX DEED
2010-33
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
NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS
ASSESSED ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
CERTIFICATE NO: 2006/1803
DATE OF ISSUANCE:
JUNE 1ST, 2007
ALT KEY NO: 1584185
RE: 00477410-000000
DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
BK3LT5LARGO
BEACH-KEY LARGO PB1-108
OR253-513 OR861-1063
OR1026-754D/C
OR1159-1654 R1230-31/32CT
OR1270-2249 OR1648-944
OR1883-314
OR2097-1844/51 F/J
OR2186-2184/86


NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: 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
BIDDERAT 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 J. 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


BRIAN N BECKMANN
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
CERTIFI6ATE(S) VWILL 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,20110 ,
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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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
NAMES IN WHICH ITWAS
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
OR65.1-511Q
OR750-1225-1226
OR806-1594 OR821-2331'
OR1000-291(VC)
OR1164-1755(VC)
OR1174-412(CMS).
OR1289-1540(BLM)
OR1589-925(ND)
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
ANN RICHARDS
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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200
EMPLOYMENT

260 * General -
Miscellaneous
BOAT SALES
P/T, F/T, top commissions,
sales exp. & dependable
transportation req'd. Retirees
welcome. 305-872-3123
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.
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.
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.
corn, 305-743-6341
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.


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must be advertised at least once in a
newspaper in the county in which the
principal place of business will be located.

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Miscellaneous Miscellaneous


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for the Key West area.
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week between 4:30 a.m. & 7 a.m.
This route pays approx. $400 a week.

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plus, for work in Marathon with
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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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Beautifying The Keys One
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Cutting Grass, Bushes & Weeding.
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MARATHON PLUMBING, INC
Sewer Installs * Drain Cleaning
Preventor testing * General
Plumbing
Lic #457 305-304-3055

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Licensed CFC1427241
10700 5TH Ave, Gulf, Marathon
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SEWER CONNECTIONS
(3'05)-712-8055 (Lic #CFC057223)



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




Tiki Huts
NEW & REPAIR

305-664-0099
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WALK IN A ,,,


Six Upper Keys residents spent a few hours walking in a
nurse's shoes during Shadow a Nurse Day, part of last
month's National Hospital Week, at Mariners Hospital.
'Here, Joan Boruszak (right), a member of the Mariners
'Hospital Founders Society, spends a few hours in the
hospital's emergency department with registered nurse
Mindy Laack. Other participants were assigned to various
departments throughout the hospital, including the oper-
ating room.


'Rocky Horror'
plays in Key Largo

The Key Largo Lions
Club .at mile marker 100
oceanside will show "The
:Rocky Horror Picture Show"
"at 8 p.m. June 18 and 19.
Pam Sante, club presi-


dent, promises a fun night.
All proceeds will benefit the
Lions Club charities. Get
your $10 tickets early by
calling Sante at 451-5880.
Only 100 tickets will be sold
each night.
Those attending must be
at least 18 or accompanied
by an adult.


S... crossword puzzle
"Standing Room Only" - Solution in the June 5 L'Attitudes


ACROSS
1 Name of five
Ottoman sultans
6 fuss: make
trouble
12 Half a dance
15 Changed a title
17 Most questionable
19 Yummy roe
20 Kind of story
21 Prepares to testify
23 Apt pupil's
response
24 Spread
26 Compass readings
27 Endure
28 Indian weight
29 Opponents of
change'
31 Dash
32 Hook's right hand
man
34 Nimble
35 Criterion
39 Take -: choose
41 Tab
42 Greek letters
43 Celebrated sign
44 Kiosk
45 Skedaddle
46 Rorschach unit,
47 Merry__
49 Won- _ soup
50 Turhi off
51 Vegetable raisers'


concerns
53 Windup
54 Was mendacious
55 Throw
56 June promise
57 R&R parts
59 Band's place
60 Kind of comic
64 Take off
65 Comedian Arnold
66 Morays'
67 Buck
68 Show off
71 New year's song
word
72 German article
73 Table _: meal
74 Posterior
75 Resident endings
76 Famous hostess of
the past
78 Kind of bread or
flour
79 Ship part
80 Exam
81 Tornado
82 Star
85 Goddess of horses
86 Memory jogger
87 "It__ Necessarily
So"
88 Represents
90 Street sign
93 "Ruler of the
Queen's __"


95 Hammer
96 Biblical pronoun
97 Sun disk
98 Longfellow "loser"
101 Incise for printing
103 Small instruments
104 Abuttal
105 Medical machine
106 Wow!
107 Halts
108 Horatian creation

DOWN
1 Former attorney
general
2 Catches on
3 Classify
4 French pal
5 Lowered
6 Shinto shrine
7 Winner : elec-
tion arrangement
8 Fideles
9 Ascends
10 Asian holidays
11 Flowering tree
12 Flicks tec
13 Performer's
desideratum
14 Tot
15 Baseball stats.
16 Stylist__ Renta
17 More uninspired
18 Certain coils and
currents


19 Get up
22 Laurel or Kenton
25 Made possible .
29 Dispatch
30 Heap
31 -Unis
33 Biped, e.g.
35 "State Fair"author
36 Eager
37 Rose group of
Cincinnati
38 _Moines
39 Wildflower of
September
40 Diamond, e.g.
42 Antelope
45 Nourish
46 Person
47 _ a wet hen:
steamed
48 Presently
50 Like some college
halls
51 Mild'
52 Boxer's quest
54 Singer Frankie
55 aloof: be unso-
cial
58 The one there..
59 One-night appear-
ance
60 City on the
Yonne
61 _a chance:is
hopeless


62 Fuse
63 Kind of code
65 Wading bird
66 Mascara site
68 Indian river landing
69 Roster
70 Cry
71 "If you can't
heat..."
73 Author Passos
75 Golfer's need
76 Scottish-born
nature writer
77 Printing.
measures
79 Abe's epithet
80 Like a milky gem-
stone
,81 Skirt addition
83 Cathedral parts
84 Fades
85 Musical exercises
88 Rana :Indian
ruler
89 Opponents
91 Dike
92 Individualist
93 Louvre treasure
94 Sheltered, at sea
95 Leo's locks
97 Florence's river
98 Kind of shot.
99 Tic- _ -toe
100 Bot.and geol.,e.g.
102 Space


The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551


265 265
Healthcare Healthcare.

Guidance/Care Center, Inc.
Helping people cope.


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Surgical Technician

Registered Nurses (ER/ICU)


PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE GROUP
Clinic Nurse

Apply to: 3301 Overseas Highway * Marathon, FL 33050
www.fishernenshospitalconi
Human Resources: (305) 289-6406 * FAX: (305) 743-3962
fE.O.E./Drug Free Workplace


265
Healthcare

Community Health of South
Florida, Inc. (CHI) pvt, non-
-profit corp., has position for:
Pharmacy Manager- Licensed
in the State of Florida, at our
Marathon Center. Competitive
salary & exc benefits. Apply in
person, e-mail or fax resume to:
CHI, 10300 SW 216 Street,
Miami, FL 33190; Phone: (305)
252-4872; Fax: (305) 254-4987
THamilton@hcnetwork.org.
Equal Opportunity Employer
270
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
_ALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


;270
Office - Clerical

Local financial advisor
looking for P/T Clerical help.
Opportunity for advancement.
Upper Keys.
305-394-8864
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

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


275
Professional


275
Professional


SWesley House
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
1304 Truman Ave. for an application.
WHFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer


330
Business Services


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

275
Professional

Monroe Assoc for Retarded
Citizens (Upper Keys) is hiring
Substitutes. Background
check, current FL DL and refs
required. Call Corinne
(305) 852-3282 EOE




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300
SERVICES.
330
Business Services

Looking for a Local
Business? Also see'
The Florida Keys Business
Directory in every issue of.the
Keynoter!.
360 * Professional
Services

Looking for a Local Service?
Also see
The Florida Keys Business
Directory in every issue of the
Keynoter!
500
MERCHANDISE

515 * Antiques-
Collectibles

ALL AMERICAN COINS &
CURRENCY-SILVER & GOLD
Private Collector Pays Top
Dollar! Old Pennies to Large
Bills. Call (305) 743-5780
590
Miscellaneous

Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and Pilot
Watches. Old model Military
clocks & watches.
Call 305-743-4578
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
36" LP Gas griddle with stand.
$1200 obo.
305-743-6519


590
Miscellaneous,



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

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 generator, $200 ea; gas
weedeater $40; gas leaf blower
$40,chst freezer $35.240-0817

100
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent

Affordable Waterfront, 2/1.
Incredible location!
Furnished manufactured
home, MM63 Oceanside, 30'
dock. $1200.305-872-2750

Big Pine Key -Tropical Bay
3/3, on canal, davits, W/D, all
appliances. $2100/mo F/L/S.
305-745-4077, ask for Denise.

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 Large Family
Home. 4 BR, 2 BA, large fen
yard with deck. $1600/mo,
poss lease option. 305-
731-4777 or 305-451-7022
Ocean Front house w/dock
2/2 plus den, tiled, high
ceilings. $2400 mo. MM 92,
232 Tarpon St.
305 251-2304

CLASSIFIED ADS 743-5551
1 -.1


710'
Homes for Rent


3/2 House MM 100 Bayside
3 yr old -Like new
W-Fence yard, W/D, F& S
305-554-4990

712 * Mobile Homes
for Rent

BIG PINE KEY 2/1, on canal,
ocean access. Completely
remod. Section 8 welcome.
$900/mo. 786-290-6879
MARATHON 1-2 BR, 1 BA, Fl.
room, screened atrium,ilrg
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 + util. 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/lba 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
725 * Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent

A MOVE IN NOW From $199
week. MARATHON. Weekly
or monthly. Fully furnished.
All utilities & cable included.
305-289-0800
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
ISLAMORADA -2 BR, 1 BA
OCEAN VIEW! Captain Cove
canal, beach, W/D, util. inc.
Partially furnished. $1800/mo.
201-953-4349

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8B Wednesday, June 2, 2010


BP has taken full responsibility for cleaning up the spill in the Gulf
of Mexico.

W e W ill Make This Right Stopping the leak will be a major step, but only a start. We know
SW ll . that our responsibility goes much further.

Our commitment to the environment.
Our job now is to prevent as much environmental damage caused
by this spill as we can. Over 1,100 boats, including local fishing
fleets, are collecting the oil by skimming and other methods. More
than two million feet of boom are in place to protect the shoreline.
Where oil has reached the shore, we are cleaning it up.

Our commitment to the people of the Gulf.
This spill and the hardships endured by Gulf families and businesses
never should have happened. The region is home to thousands of
BP employees, so we also feel the impact.

We have been paying all legitimate claims for economic loss and
will continue to do so. We will not be limited by a spending cap.
We have 18 claims, offices in operation across the Gulf. More
than 9,000 claims have been paid, including millions of dollars to
thousands of fishermen.

We've provided $170 million to support the response and
tourism in the region. And our efforts will not come at any
cost to taxpayers.

Our commitment to you.
Whether you've been affected personally or you are following this
from a distance, we understand that our responsibility includes
keeping you informed. You expect us to make this right. We will.

For the most current information, please visit the following BP and
joint U.S. Government/BP websites:

www.bp.com
www.deepwaterhorizonresponse.com

For assistance or information, please call the
following 24/7 hotlines:
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
bp




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