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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 3/14/2009
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"Che Part 1" pla\ s at the
Tropic Cinema in Ke, West.
the Original Marathon
Seafood Festn al sets up all
\weekend in the park. and
Admiral Finbar of the Conch
Republic nav- recruits! All
this and more in L'Attitudes,
starting on Page 21.


Gonsalves honored
Marc Gonsal\es the Bie
Pine Ke� man rescued last
year from the iungles of
Colombia receives the
Freedom of Defense Medal
See stor\. Page 5.

Gone to pot
A Big Pine Ke\ funeral
director tells detectives he
"found" 13 S pounds of mar-
ijuana. He might ha\e. but
the cops didn't care - he
'A as charged A ith possession
w ith intent to sell. See storn.
Page 2.

Chesney's back
Country , music star KennN
Chesne', bought and then
listed lul KeN West house in
a blink No% he's back to
perform, but not to nmo e in.
See storn. Page 12.


Bu ine'. . . . . ... .. .,. .... 16
C -asifieds , . . .. , . . . 40
L-na ..... . .
Obituories . . 15
OpJinicn . . . o
S'porls,/Outdoor. 32
Crc.s.o .v,,r 30


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Baggett's Utah
neighbor: Fugitive
called from road
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

A neighbor of 53-year-old
federal fugitive Larking Baggett
- shot twice Tuesday in
Marathon after threatening law
enforcement with an assault rifle
-- says Baggett planned to head
to the Bahamas rather than face
federal charges for dumping
chemicals into a Utah sewer sys-
tem.
"It was all in the plan. He
knew that they were going to be
closing in on him. They put him
in jail one time and he could not
stand that. He said he would


government'


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BAGGETT
when three U.S.


never ever do
that again,"
the Salt Lake
City neighbor
told the
Keynoter on
condition of.
anonymity.
T h a t
became obvi-
ous Tuesday
Environmental


Protection Agency agents and a
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
deputy attempted to serve an
arrest warrant on Baggett shortly
before 9 a.m. at a trailer he was
staying at in the old Turnkey
Marine on 11th Street bayside.
Baggett came out of the trail-
er brandishing the assault rifle.
EPA agents and deputies fired,


hitting him in the face (that bul-
let also struck his stomach) and
butt. He's in critical condition at
Ryder Trauma Center in Miami.
Baggett owns and operates
Chemical Consultants Inc. in
Utah. He's facing up to. 18 years
in prison if convicted of six
felony pollution charges alleging
he illegally treated and disposed
of hazardous waste and illegally
discharged acidic chemical
waste into sewers.
And he's now facing many
more charges because of the
weapons cache reportedly found
in his truck at Turnkey Marine
- eight automatic and semiau-
tomatic rifles and handguns,
armor-piercing bullets, banana
clips capable of holding 100 bul-
lets, and knives.


See SHOOTING / 2


Puppy

protest


on Duval

Some claim shop
in Key West sold
them sick dogs
By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

In a dramatic sidewalk
protest, a Boston couple demon-
strated outside Dogs on Dival in
Key West Thursday holding a
sign saying the dog they bought
there died a week after purchase.
It wasn't long before others
joined them to relate similar sto-
ries, although other pet owners
who bought from the shop
defended the couple that owns
Dogs on Duval. And a prominent
Keys veterinarian pointed to
breeders as a larger source of sick
puppy problems.
Lisa Kupsc and her fianc6
Dustin Burke, the protesters, said
they purchased an English bull-
dog puppy for more than $2,000
the previous Thursday, and that a
week to the day later, the dog
died of kennel cough, a highly
contagious upper respiratory dis-
ease that affects dogs.
"We brought her home,"
Kupsc said, and "by that time the
puppy was coughing." A veteri-
narian in Marathon told the cou-
ple the dog had kennel cough and
prescribed antibiotics, but the
treatment didn't work.
"It just breaks my heart," said
Kupsc, who, with Burke, is on an
extended Keys vacation.
During their protest, Ashley
Vokus, who owns two miniature
Dachshunds she says she bought
at Dogs on Duval, came high-
tailing down the street with her
own story to tell.
"They both had parasites,"
she said. One of the dogs eventu-
ally caught pneumonia, Vokus
See PUPPIES / 4


BflCRIME "J I f


Photos courtesy SHERIFF'S OFFICE
This is the weapons cache found during the search
of a federal fugitive's trailer and truck Tuesday.
Larkin Baggett, a 53-year-old Utah native wanted
on six felony counts by the Environmental
Protection Agency, was shot twice after threatening
authorities attempting to arrest him. Baggett's Utah
neighbor says he was 'anti-government.'








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Suspect: I found pot stash


Funeral home
chief charged
with intent to sell
Keynoter Staff

A director of one of the pri-
mary funeral service providers in
the Keys was jailed on
Wednesday on a felony charge of
possession of marijuana with
intent to sell.
Jeffery Dean, 50, who runs the
Dean-Lopez Funeral Home
branch on Big Pine Key, was
arrested at his house on Olivia
Street in Key West. City police
say they found 13.5 pounds of pot
there - and that Dean says he
found it on the 18-Mile Stretch in


7 Key Largo.
Police say
they obtained
a warrant to
search the
house based
on a neigh-
bor's com-
- plaint about
DEAN "an increasing
amount of
short-stay and come-and-go traf-
fic at all hours of the night." In
addition to the pot, they reported-
ly found a digital scale.
Dean didn't oppose the search,
and in fact told officers where the
pot was, in two large plastic stor-
age bins, an arrest affidavit says.
"When Jeffrey was asked


about the marijuana, he said he
found it on the side of the road.
Jeffrey was asked which road and
he said it was [U.S. 1], 18-Mile
Stretch," the affidavit says.
He "thought he would be able
to.grow it and sell it, so he kept
it," it says.
Dean's house is within 1,000
feet of the Metropolitan
Community Church, so if con-
victed, he faces more severe
penalties than just for possession
with intent to sell. He also was
charged with a misdemeanor
count of possessing paraphernalia
for the scale.
A person who answered the
phone at Dean-Lopez's Key West
branch but didn't give his name
said Dean is on leave of absence.


Neighbor: He won't be taken


SHOOTING / From I

Several of the guns had cam-
ouflage material on them and
were equipped with sniper bar-
rels and high-powered scopes.
Baggett's neighbor said it
came as no surprise he took up
arms when agents tried to arrest
him Tuesday.
She said he had a reputation
for being a recluse and generally
anti-government. The neighbor,
who claims to know Baggett for
more than 20 years, said he told
her he kept powerful weapons in
his home.
"All the weapons [found
Tuesday] were top-of-the-line,
the best you could buy..He had
tons and tons of ammo; it was
amazing how much he had,"
Ramsay said.
The EPA lists 21 fugitives as
"most wanted" on its Web site.
Baggett is the only one listed as
"may be armed and dangerous."
That stems from a large cache
found at his workplace in 2007,
when he was initially arrested.
The neighbor said despite
Baggett's penchant for weapons,
he was "a workaholic" and "a
pretty average person." However,
the neighbor added that. Baggett
could be "pretty anti-government
if he wanted."
"People in Florida maybe
thought he would just open the
door [jhen siei %e ' iih Tlie %jr-
rand], and go. % it h,'tem. biL I
kn'e\ he li %nuild r7" ;ihe'4si id


She said Baggett spoke often
about his legal problems when
released from federal custody
pending his trial, which was
scheduled to begin June 2, 2008.,
"He just felt like he could talk
with me, and he talked with sev-
eral of the other neighbors, as
well," she said. "He felt like he
wasn't guilty and there wasn't
anything that he was doing that
was illegal."
However, an arrest warrant
was issued for him in April 2008
when he apparently violated his
bond by fleeing.
The neighbor said Baggett
previously owned a horse trailer
with a bed and bath inside, differ-
ent from the one he was living in
at the marina. Baggett rode hors-
es for recreation and apparently
owned several that he kept in a
separate location from his house.
The neighbor also remembers


Keys briefs


School
suspen

Plantal
Treasurer
suspended
officials
from a scl
Peters
March 3

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Baggett having a different truck
than the silver 2006 four-door
pickup he was driving in the
Keys. Ramsay said Baggett also
had a boat on the marina proper-
ty, a 29-foot 2000 Sea Ray
Sundancer.
"He's been throwing money
around like a drunken sailor,"
Ramsay said, buying such things
as new scuba gear, spear guns
and underwater scooters.
Ramsay said it looks like
Baggett came to the Keys towing
the trailer he was living in, but it
remains unclear how he came to
live at the marina, now known as
Hog Key Marine. The EPA said it
received a tip that led to.
Baggett's location in the Keys.
Baggett's neighbor said she
called EPA, as well, in
December, after he called her
from the road to ask about his
house which was in foreclosure.


The Monroe County
Health Department tests
Keys beaches twice week-
ly for presence of enteric
bacteria from fecal pollu-
tion. There are advisories
against swimming at the
following beaches:
* Library Beach,
Islamorada.




Lucretia Hewlett's name
was misspelled in Wednes-
day's obituary for Glenn
Hewlett. Mr. Hewlett's sur-
vivors also include his son
brother, Arthur "Squeak" of
Florida City.
Also, the lawsuit that will
decide damages for Duck
Tours Seafari against the
city of Key West is in circuit,
not federal, court.




The following upcom-
ing government meetings
and events are scheduled
for broadcast on Comcast
Channel 76:
* Monday: Marathon
City Council (repeat). 5
p.m.
* Tuesday: County
Planning Commission
(repeat), 5 p.m.
* Wednesday: County
Commission. 10 a.m.


K


s treasurer sion without pay.
Principal Vanessa Strickland
ded over money said a "small amount" was
missing from the school's
tion Key School $32,000 fund, which pays for
Tabathia Peters has been after-school care for children
after School District whose parents pick them up
found money missing late or stay at the school during
iool day-care fund. early release days.
was suspended Superintendent Randy
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Saturday, March 14, 2009


Lys briefs


Convicted smuggler
facing more prison

Convicted migrant smuggler
Angel Cespedes-Osorio has
been indicted for failing to sur-


render to serve his 30-month
prison sentence.
The U.S. Attorney's Office
in Miami said Cespedes-Osorio,
now faces five more years. He
made his initial appearance in a
Miami federal court on


Wednesday.
In June 2007, Cespedes-
Osorio was interdicted about 30
miles south of Key West by the
U.S. Coast Guard aboard a ves-
sel attempting to bring 34
Cuban nationals to the United


States.
This past Dec. 22, Cespedes-
Osorio, after pleading guilty to
conspiracy to smuggle aliens,
was sentenced to 30 months and
ordered to report to prison on
Jan. 14. He didn't.


However, on Jan. 15, he was
apprehended by Canadian
authorities while attempting to
enter Canada from the United
States. He was turned over to
the U.S. Marshals Service on
Jan. 23.


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Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEY
Dustin Burke and. his fiance Lisa Kuspc say they bought a
puppy at Dogs on Duval and a week'later, it was dead.

'An industry problem'


By DAN GALLAGHER West. The building nearest the center of the photo
is the new Community Church. To the left of the
church lie the new Sue Moore School and the
In this aerial photo of part of Marathon. the Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission pumping
viewer zi looking to the southeast across the station. The mansion on Florida Bay (bottom left)
e\panse of Boot Ke) Harbor The Overseas is the Clark Estate. Date of photo is about 1949.
Highv\a\ courses from left to right toward Key Photo from Monroe County Public Library.


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* Foreclosure
numbers keep rising.
SGLEE Expo set for
March 28 in Marathon.
* Coach's corner:
Time to step back and
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PUPPIES / From 1

said. "She actually made it," but
"this is ridiculous."
Ellen Kohl said she bought a
small designer-breed dog for
$1,000 from Dogs on Duval last
year that went from having a runny
nose to having kennel cough in the
days after it was purchased.
"This has just been a horrific
experience for me," Kohl said.
"The puppy is doing better. All
they had to do is treat it. But
instead, they're so interested in
the almighty dollar, they just don't
care. It's very frightening to me."
Dogs on Duval, formerly
Faux Paws, is at 800 Duval St.
and features a large window dis-
play filled with puppies that is
often crowded with passers-by
fawning over the dogs.
Theresa and Scott Smith own
the shop. ,
"When we have a customer
purchase a puppy, we go through
extensive instructions," Theresa
told the Keynoter.
That includes an instruction
sheet outlining how a puppy
under four months old should not
be passed from person to person,
exposed to larger dogs or be
taken to parks and beaches.
Customers are also instructed
to take the puppy to a vet within 48
hours of purchase, she said. "There
are so many viruses out there,"
Smith said, and puppies can easily
contract diseases from exposure.
Smith said the dogs come
from breeders with state-mandat-
ed health certifications. "Every-
thing is done according to what
Tallahassee [the state govem-
ment] tells us to do "
SMarathon-based veterinarian


Douglas Mader told the Keynoter
that kennel cough has a seven- to
11-day period in which it may be
present in the animal but cannot
be detected.
Basically, a puppy can come
from a breeder and appear and test
healthy, and be in good shape at
the pet store, and then wind up
with kennel cough once purchased.
"I think the real problem isn't
necessarily with the pet store," he
said. "It's the whole industry."
He referred to puppy mills,
large-scale commercial breeding
facilities that contain so many
animals that chronic diseases and
temperament issues sometimes
become commonplace.
"It's kind of an issue all over the
country. It's just sad," Mader said.
The Florida puppy "lemon
law" gives the buyer 14 days
after purchase to document con-
tagious or infectious ,diseases.
The law provides for replacement
of the animal and reimbursement
for veterinary fees.
Not everyone who bought a
pup from Dogs on Duval is dis-
satisfied.
Zaira Sepulveda, who owns the
building housing Dogs on Duval,
bought a Jack Russell puppy there
about a year and a half ago.
"I can vouch for these people,"
Sepulveda said of the Smiths.
"I'm totally thrilled with my little
dog. My dog is perfectly healthy."
Brian Buckholts said he
bought a miniature Schnauzer
from Dogs on Duval more than
two years ago. "My dog had no
problems whatsoever."
Attorney Robert Goldman,
who represents the Florida Keys
Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals, said the
S.PCA is investigating..


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Saturday, March 14, 2009


Pentagon honors Gonsalves


Keys man held
five years in
Colombian jungles
Keynoter Staff

A Big Pine Key man held
hostage in the jungles of
Colombia for five years
received the Defense Depart-
ment's Defense of Freedom
Medal on Thursday.
Marc Gonsalves is qne of
just 40 people to receive the
honor since the medal was
created following the Sept. 11,
2001, terrorist attacks. The
award, the civilian equivalent
of the Purple Heart, is
designed to recognize
Pentagon or defense contrac-
tor employees killed or
injured supporting Defense
Department operations.
U.S. Navy Adm. James
Stavridis, commander of the
U.S. Southern Command, pre-
sented the award at SOUTH-
COM headquarters in Miami.
Gonsalves and colleagues
Keith Stansell and Thomas
Howes were held for 1,967
days at the hands of the
Colombian Revolutionary
Armed Forces, a narco-terror-
ist organization commonly
referred to as the FARC.
The three were taking part
in a routine aerial mission to
detect cocaine crops over
southern Colombia on Feb.
13, 2003, when an in-flight
emergency forced the pilot to
crash their aircraft. FARC
members stormed the crash
site and murdered their two
fellow crew members, one of
them the pilot and U.S. citizen
Thomas Janis, the other
Colombian Army Sgt. Luis
Alcides Cruz.
Gonsalves, Stansell and.
Howes were rescued along
with a dozen other hostages
last July 2 during a daring
Colombian military operation.
The men were transported
later that day to Brooke Army
Medical Center at Fort Sam


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U.S. Navy Adm.
James Stavridis
(left), commander
of the U.S.
Southern
Command,
congratulates
Marc Gonsalves
after presenting
him with the
Defense of
Freedom Medal
Thursday at
SOUTHCOM
headquarters
in Miami.

U.S. Army photo by
SGT. ANDRES RODRIGUEZ


Houston in San Antonio,
Texas, where they underwent
medical evaluations and
received assistance to help
them transition back into their
lives as free U.S. citizens.
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S Opinion


Lawmakers flagrant

in this money grab

In football, the move is called an end-run.
In Florida, it's called something a bit more harsh, especially
when legislators are the ones bobbling the ball.
What we're talking about here is a move to strip Florida court
clerks of their constitutional duties without bothering to ask
voters via a constitutional amendment.
Since the watchdog role of the court clerk position has been
enshrined in the state Constitution since 1885, we think that's
a pretty serious power grab, especially coming from quarters as
suspect as the Florida Legislature.
In today's Keynoter, we carry a guest column from Monroe
County's clerk of the court, Danny Kolhage. He outlines the back-
ground for the bills filed in both the Florida House and Senate.
And he's very professional about not discussing the
Legislature's dismal record when it comes to previous money
grabs.
But most of us still remember the way lawmakers sold the
Florida lottery as a way to help fund our schools. That was
before lawmakers decided lottery money could substitute for
previous state funding, freeing up millions to be spent on other
pet projects.
Even this session, some lawmakers eyed the Florida Prepaid
College Plan's reserves - an $8 billion fund - and thought it
might be a good idea to "borrow" money to offset revenue
shortfalls in the general fund.
Not a good idea, which is what both Gov. Charlie Crist and
Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink said, warning legis-
lators this week to stay away.
For the past few years, the Legislature has turned down
repeated requests for new judges and fully funding court oper-
ating costs.
So, eyeing court clerks - who generate all their operating
funds by collecting fees for services - must have been a pret-
ty tempting target.
Our own state Rep. Ron Saunders has said he'll oppose this
legislation, but he's in the minority party and Republicans in
both the House and Senate are driving this.
And here's the scary part. Even before the Legislature con-
vened last week, an Orlando judge who heads Florida's Trial
Court Budget Commission had already picked out five judicial
circuits on the initial hit list.
Monroe County is on that list.
This badly conceived and wrong-headed legislation ought to
be dumped in the trashcan, just like the idea of raiding the
Prepaid College Plan, along with other hare-brained schemes
legislators are likely to hatch in Tallahassee in coming weeks.

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Higher gas tax would be unfair burden to locals


EDITOR:
I am writing to voice my opinion about the
proposed gas tax and why it should not even, be
considered. All county commissioners should vote
no on a gas tax. Write them and tell them you do
not want to pay more tax as a local person.
I agree that money needs to be raised for the
purpose stated as to why we need this gas tax,
for roads and bridges. We need to keep up with
our roads. The roads are a complete mess now.
Now, what would I consider to be the
biggest user, abuser and/or weight on our roads
and bridges? Mostly semi trucks bringing items
to us from the mainland. Where do the truckers
that bring all the weight and goods to the Keys
buy their diesel? On the mainland. It is already
30 cents cheaper per gallon. Why would any
mainland businessman in his right mind buy
fuel in the Keys if he did not have to?
Also, right now, a beverage distribution
company sends three to five semis a day to
Rockland Key and sends two to four distribu-
tion trucks to the Upper Keys from Miami
every day. So that company sends to the Keys
five to nine trucks a day that never buy gas in
the Keys.


And while I am thinking, do you think any
of the gas trucks delivering the gas buy diesel
in the Keys? That answer is absolutely no.
And every rental car and tourist vehicle fills
up before even coming to the Keys. There is
one lost tank of gas per trip, minimum. Maybe
if we are lucky, they fill up one time.
Therefore, by the proposal of this gas tax
hike, the only people that will be paying into
.this fund will be local workers and local serv-
ice businesses like mine.
This is not fair. The mainland traffic is not
being charged any fees or taxes to use the
roads in Monroe County, and they are using the
roads more than the-locals.
Put up a toll on the new 18-Mile Stretch. Or
have something such for Sunpass, or the in-cab
pass of the trucking industry. At least the small
tax that will be placed there will be spread
among all the items in the truck, and shared by
locals and tourists alike.
Do not place the burden of all the road and
bridge repairs only on the local people, which
is what a higher gas tax would do.
Todd Niemeyer
Big Pine Key


We don't need to pay others to find money


EDITOR:
Leaders of men and women should be
guided by great souls. You cannot preach non-
violence, cooperation and ethical conduct to a
wild tiger, for he will destroy .you even before
you can expound upon your philosophy.
Although money has been used to do good,
it is also the root of all evil. It is a corrupting
influence, which has maligned and disabled
the political functioning of our democracy.
Money is the mother's milk of politicians,
providing them with the ambrosial stimulant
to access the power they crave, and frequently
lack in their personal life. These politicos are "
prone to be easily deluded, pretentious and
aroused with this power; and they hunger
for more.
Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts
absolutely. Despite the veracity contained
within this tenet, our local government wants
to hire paid lobbyists to purchase favors from
state and federal governments. Vying for serv-
ices that are already constitutionally available
to the citizenry of Monroe County, through
the employment of hired guns, begs the ques-
tion the quality of leadership that we the peo-
ple of this county are being provided with.
We cannot compete in buying off the deci-
sion makers and regulators who will decide
where the stimulus money will go. However,
brilliant ideas placed into the hands of a wise
and passionate messenger will win the day, at
no cost to the taxpayer. I am acquainted with
many accomplished individuals who are not
concerned with benefit packages and salary
increases who would find it an honor and a
privilege to actually serve their extended
community and fulfill this task simply for the
joy of giving.
Although extremely difficult, perhaps it


would be prudent for the County Commission
to vigilantly safeguard our money during
these difficult times. Reduce staff and salaries
while eliminating all redundant positions and
services. I don't think it is too much to ask of
them to spend our money as they would spend
their own.
Mismanagement of our money by the for-
mer County Commission does not entitle
them to raise our taxes. We are suffering
because of their negligence. All projects, road
work and bridge repair must be prioritized,
and as emergencies arise, these commission-
ers shall face each problem and handle it, as
would their constituents. The proposed gas
tax is an unenlightened abomination.
'John Donnelly
Key Largo




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These are the p6t bellied pigs that raced. Smaller Florida wild
pigs actually made some sport out of it, while these guys were
slow to start and finish, ambling round the track.

Silly races go to great cause


EDITOR:
The board, staff, families and
children of Grace Jones Daycare
cannot thank the Stuffed Pig
Restaurant, sponsors, volunteers
and community enough for an
amazing and incredible weekend
celebrating the 25th anniversary
of such a fabulous restaurant.
We would especially like to
thank Karen Dennis, Mayor Mike
Cinque, Sandy and John Grouten,
Blue Water Ventures, Keys Boat
Works, Marathon Garbage
Service, Marathon Liquors, TIB
Bank, Exit Realty and the Weekly
Newspaper for sponsoring the
greatest fun we have all had in a
long time.
Volunteers were many and
please understand and forgive if I
forgot to mention your name
because we know how hard they
worked putting this together. A
special thanks to Mary and
Markie, Jim, Ronnie and Bob for

Many contribute t
chicken roast's suc
EDITOR:
The 16th annual Children's
Miracle Network chicken roast
was a wonderful success and
raised $3,285 for Miami
Children's Hospital, our mira-
cle hospital. Of course, none
of this would be possible if it
weren't for the giving people
of the Keys.
A special thank you goes
out to Gemini Printing, Dave
Scott, WGMX, the Free Press,
Keith Anderson, Chris Clauss,
Rita Rose, Louise Schwenke,
J.J. Star, Lorraine Elbon,


barbecuing hamburgers and hot
dogs; Marilyn Tempest for the
silent auction, John and Colleen
Repetto for being everywhere all
of the time; and John Rao (Blue
Water Renovations), Mary
Pridemore, Jim and Jane, Mike
Puto, Clyde and Gail Burnett, the
staff from the Stuffed Pig, and
many more. The pig races are still
the talk of the town as one of the
greatest ideas anyone has had.
Grace Jones can humbly
report to everyone and especially
to the community who were a big
part of this a grand total of
$21,048. With this incredible
amount, we can continue our
mission to specifically provide a
quality education while nurturing
a child's body, mind and spirit.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Sincerely,
Iris Coe
Marathon


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Teresa Scott, the Star Fish, the
Jersey Devil and the Marathon
Shrine Club.
Of course, the benefit
would not have been possible
if it were not for the genera-.
tions donations from the Sons
of the Legion, American
Legion Auxiliary and
American Legion Post 154 in
Marathon.
We couldn't have done it
without them.
Karen Farley-Wilkinson'
Marathon


Eliminating court clerks

would end checks and balances


It has been a great honor and privilege to
serve as clerk of the Circuit Court and clerk
to the Board of County Commissioners
since 1983.
I regret to inform the citizens of Monroe
County that two bills have been filed in this
session of the Florida Legislature, HB 1121
and its companion SB3108, that would
eliminate a vital part of a system of checks
and balances on the court system by elimi-
nating the position of the elected clerk and
transferring duties and responsibilities to
appointed bureaucrats in the Office of the
State Courts Administrator in Tallahassee.
The office of the elected clerk was created
in the 1885 Constitution as a vital part of a
system of checks and balances on both the
court system and county govern-
ment.
The importance of the separa-
tion of powers was further -
demonstrated when the Florida
Legislature adopted Revision 7, '
Article V, to the state
Constitution; making the clerks a
self-sustaining entity, funded by
the fees they collect, not by any
state tax dollars. Besides creating
an independefit, sustainable
funding source, the Constitution
anticipated the clerks collecting
revenues for the state. Florida Danny
clerks collect hundreds of mil- is the
lions of dollars across this state Monro'
in filing fees, fines, court costs Circu
and other statutory fees. and e
In fact, in fiscal year 2007-08, clerk
clerks of the court statewide col- - MonroE
elected more than $885.5 million. Comr
According to current law, $406.5
million of that went to support
state and local governments.
Judges impose fines and-court costs,
which the clerk is then responsible to col-
lect, properly account for and distribute
according to Florida law. The court now
must go to the Legislature for the funding
of their budgets. In fact, the final sentence
in Section 14 of Article V states "the
Judiciary shall have no power to fix appro-
priations."
The provisions of HB 1121 will, in addi-
tion to eliminating the role of the elected
clerk of the courts, transfer hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars directly to the State Courts
Trust Fund. This will greatly diminish the
budgetary discretion of the Legislature.
Fufthermore, and most importantly, I
believe that would be totally inappropriate
and not in the best interest of the public to
place judges in the position of setting fines
and costs, being responsible for the collec-
tion and accounting for those funds, with
the full understanding that the budget for
their office, including their salaries and the
salaries of their staff, is dependent upon the


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revenue generated by those fines, fees and
costs.
Further, judges preside over cases and
courtrooms. Their actions in cases are docu-
mented in court files, through which they
are held accountable to the public. The
preservation of case files and court records
should not be handled by an employee of
the judges, but by an impartial, independent
custodian who answers to the citizens of
Florida.
The biggest objection that I have with this
effort is that the court is asking the
Legislature to amend the Constitution by
legislative act.
While it is true that the Legislature
defines the duties and responsibilities of
constitutional officers, I do not
i Ibelieve that means eliminating
them entirely. This -would in
effect make the establishment of
an elected clerk of the Circuit
Court - as it appears in the con-
stitution - meaningless.
If the court believes that the
structure of the state court system
as described in the state
Constitution should be changed,
they should propose an appropri-
ate constitutional amendment to
be put before the voters of
olhage Florida. This is an issue for con-
lerk of stitutional revision, not the
County Florida Legislature.
Court Florida clerks agree that a dedi-
,officio cated, stable, adequate funding
o the source for the judicial branch of
County government, including Florida's
mission. state attorneys and public
defenders, needs to be created.
We are committed to working
with.the Legislature, judiciary and members
of The Florida Bar to identify and establish
this funding mechanism and believe the
clerks may play an integral role through our
collection of court fees.
If passed, HB 1121 provides that up to
five judicial circuits will have elected clerk
duties and responsibilities transferred to the
state courts beginning with the 2009-10 fis-
cal year. I have been advised that the 16th
Judicial Circuit Court (Monroe County) will
be among the first five circuits.
The threat that Monroe County will lose
its elected clerk of the Circuit Court in favor
of appointed Tallahassee bureaucrats is real
and imminent.
Florida clerks are doing everything we
can to combat this bad legislation. However,
we need the people's help to put pressure on
the Legislature to remind them that our
court system is not just about judges,
lawyers and administrators. The courts, like
all government institutions, were created to
serve the people, and the people are best
served by officials they elect.


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Garcia accused
of holding up
Waffle House
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


A man charged with commit-
ting the armed robbery of the
Key Largo Waffle House in
September 2007 has been
returned to Monroe County cus-
tody.
Fernando R. Garcia, 22, for-
merly of Tavernier, remains in
the Monroe County Detention
Center in Key West.
He was arrested about a week
after the Sept. 4, 2007, robbery
at the 24-hour restaurant,
according to Monroe County
Sheriff's Office reports.
Garcia apparently was sent to
Miami-Dade County to face
other charges and was trans-
ferred back to Monroe County
this week, said Becky Herrin,
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Office.
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Saturday, March 14, 2009 9


Board members


used district cards


Griffiths, Walker,
Mathewson
confirm purchases
By DAVID BALL
dball@keysreporter.com

At least three of the five sit-
ting Monroe County School
Board members have reportedly
used their district credit cards for
personal purchases - and a for-
mer superintendent even paid his
bar tabs with his card.
Those details came from dis-
trict Finance Director Kathy
Reitzel, who on Thursday publicly
defended her department's over-
sight of credit card purchases for
the first time since -the district's
credit card policy has come under
investigation by state auditors.
"There's been this chatter out
there that we in finance have con-
doned consistent personal use of
credit cards. We don't," Reitzel
told the School Board during an
emergency workshop in Key
West. "Now does it never hap-
pen? No."
Last week, district Adult
Education Coordinator Monique
Acevedo, the wife of
Superintendent Randy Acevedo,
quit when it was revealed she had
made personal purchases with
her district-issued credit card.
Reitzel alerted state auditors
and board members to those pur-
chases, which reportedly include
plane tickets, sunglasses and other
items. Randy Acevedo said the
purchases were "accidental" and
that his wife repaid the district.
School Board members Debra
Walker, Andy Griffiths and
Duncan Mathewson confirmed
they used the cards for personal
purchases and had to repay.
Board members John Dick
said he doesn't carry his district
card and Steve Pribramsky said
he refused to accept one.
Griffiths said he paid for a
round of drinks for fellow state
school board members during a
conference in Tampa, and the
charge was put on his room,
which was paid for with the dis-
trict credit card. He said district
staff called him the next day and
he repaid the $27.
Walker said she accidentally
pulled her district card out to pay


for a book during Christmas a
few.years ago, and she repaid the
district immediately.
Mathewson said he has not
used his card for at least three
years, although there could've
been accidental personal charges
made during his first few years
on the board.
Acevedo has- said other
employees have used district
cards for personal purchases and
then reimbursed the district later
- despite clear district policy that
forbids using the cards for person-
al purchases and lists penalties for
violations, including suspension
and criminal prosecution.
Board members said they
feared employees could be trying
to avoid paying sales tax on items
by using district cards. Purchases
by schools are exempt from state
sales tax.
State auditors are now looking
over credit card records, as is
State Attorney Dennis Ward, who
said he would consider prosecut-
ing if officials acted illegally.
The board reprimanded
Randy Acevedo during a meeting
Tuesday and called Thursday's
emergency meeting to discuss
hiring outside forensic auditors
and legal counsel for the board,
among other issues.
Reitzel said with 12,000 cred-
it card purchasing transactions a
year, sometimes employees sim-
ply pull out the wrong card.
Thursday, board members
gave the go-ahead for the district
finance - department to post
monthly invoices of all credit
card activity on the district's Web
site at www.keysschools
.com/departments/finance
.asp. Records from July 2008 to
January 2009 are now posted.
The board also directed
Acevedo to pare down the list of
93 employees that has district
credit cards.
The board also gave Griffiths
authority to research and select a
forensic auditing firm by Friday.
The selection will be .ratified by
the entire board at its next meet-
ing on March 24.
Board members also decided
they will select outside legal
counsel to advise them during
any investigations.


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Keys News


City lowers housing fee


By RYAN McCARTHY
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The Marathon City Council
narrowly approved a pair of
affordable housing laws Tuesday
aimed at jumpstarting.the econo-
my by spurring tiew construction
in the city.
The ordinances de-emphasize
the need for affordable housing
in the current economy .and
encourage development or rede-
velopment of existing proper-
ties.
Vice Mayor Don Vasil and
Councilman Pete Worthington
voted against each ordinance.
The first reduced the fee to
transfer building rights between
properties from $60,000 to
$20,000. Property owners seek-
ing a transfer had been required
to pay a fee equal to 30 percent
of the estimated cost to construct
an affordable unit in the city.
That estimate is $200,000,'
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rights was $60,000. The goal
was to preserve existing and
develop a fund for new afford-
able housing projects.
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omy, it's difficult for those seek-
ing to transfer building rights to
absorb the cost of an in-lieu pay-
ment to the City's Affordable
Housing Program Fund.
City Manager Clyde Burnett
told the Keynoter that just two
cash in-lieu payments had been
made to the city in the last two
years.
The second ordinance codi-
fied a resolution the council
passed last year allowing medi-
um-sized and smaller hotels and
motels to redevelop in kind
without having to build afford-
able housing.
The first to take advantage
was the Spottswood Companies'
Holiday Inn property near mile
marker 54. The Spottswoods
plan to redevelop the 134-unit
hotel as a Holiday Inn Express.
Previously, city land develop-
ment regulations said "all hotel
or motels shall provide on- or
off-site employee housing living
space in an amount equal to a
minimum of 20 percent of the
approved floor area in guest
units." That meant for a 100-unit
hotel, at least 20 must be rede-
veloped as affordable-housing.
Vasil and Worthington said
the felt lowering the cash pay-
ment would fail to encourage
development in the city and that
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Ducks trial


under way

By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

A jury was seated and argu-
ments were under way Friday in
a trial to decide how much the
city of Key West owes Duck
Tours Seafari,
The jury in Monroe County
Circuit Court isn't deciding if
Key West is guilty of forcing
Duck Tours out of business -
that was decided in court in 2005.
Instead, it's deciding how much
money .the city has to pay.
Duck Tours Seafari ran sight-
seeing tours in 1995 and 1996.
The city's legal department
had said Duck Tours violated a
law banning sightseeing or shut-
tle services from having offices,
depots, ticket booths or passen-
ger pickup and drop-off sites
within 1,000 feet of Historic
Tours of America locations. HTA
runs the Conch Tour Train and
Old Town Trolley.
That put Duck Tours out of
business.
In May 2005, a jury decided
that Key West was liable for
$13.5 million in damages
because, chiefly, the 1,000-foot
rule kept Duck Tours from com-
peting with HTA.
The city also has a regulation
that requires franchise businesses
to pay. the city 5 percent of gross
receipts or $210,000 annually,
which the jury decided was a cost
barrier to enter the market.
The city argues the $13.5 mil-
lion in damages is too high. It
contends methodology to derive
that figure was inadequate and
appealed the decision because
the amount of money was calcu-
lated. based on business Duck
Tours says it would have generat-
ed had it stayed in business.
The current jury is charged
with recalculating.the damages.


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LOCKED UPiThe city of Marathon officially locked the draw
span of the deteriorating Boot Key Bridge in the upright
position this week and placed fencing around the span to
keep pedestrians away from the gap created. Bridge
tenders Wayne Herr, Peter Kouris, Lee Stevens and Howard
Hubbard were honored for their service to the city at
Tuesday's council meeting. The tenders all lost their job as a
result of the city's decision to dismantle the failing bridge.



5 boaters rescued


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


A 21-foot boat sank in shal-
low water five miles north of
Big Pine Key Wednesday night,
stranding five Miami residents.
All five were rescued safely
at 11:27 p.m. after a sea and air
search by the U.S. Coast Guard
and Towboat U.S. of Big Pine
Key.
The boaters "were still in the
boat, standing in water about
waist deep," said Towboat
owner Kevin Freestone. "After
they realized the boat was taking
on water, they tried to make it to
shore but didn't. The boat was
on the bottom."
The Miamians were out for a
fishing trip on the 21-foot Chris
Craft. They used a cell phone to
call for a rescue at 10:18 p.m.
The location was not clear, so'


the Coast Guard launched a boat
from the local station and dis-
patched an HH-65 helicopter
from Miami.
Freestone said he was return-
ing from another call when he
saw the search in progress. After
the helicopter spotted the
swamped vessel, Freestone used
his boat to ferry the boaters from
the shallow-water site to the
Coast Guard boat.
"They said they've been
coming down here for years and
know that area," Freestone said.
Capt. Scott Buschman, com-
mander of Coast Guard Sector
Key West, said in a statement, "I
am extremely pleased that we
were able to safely locate and
rescue these individuals and that
they were all wearing their life
jackets."


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By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

He said he was leaving, but
he's back.
Country music star Kenny
Chesney's tour bus pulled up to
the Pier House at 1 Duval St. in
Key West around 7 p.m.
Thursday.
Word on the street is that he's
planning a performance tonight at
Sloppy Joe's.
. This would not be unusual; in
March 2007, Chesney extended
his "]Keg in the Closet" tour to
include two unannounced shows
in Key West, at the Hog's Breath
Saloon and Margaritaville, and a
year later he performed to a
more-than-packed house for
nearly five hours at Sloppy Joe's.
However, it doesn't appear
that Chesney is staying in the
home he owns at 425 Caroline
St., which he bought in January.
Immediately following the
publication of a Keynoter article
giving the address, Chesney put
the house back on the. market,
where it still sits. It's listed for
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Possible sale
of Gato also
up for discussion
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Monroe County Com-
mission is scheduled to meet in
regular session Wednesday at
the Marathon Government
Center at 9 a.m. Agenda items
include:
* Two public hearings that
could affect the street mainte-
nance budgets of several Keys
municipalities.
The commission is scheduled
to consider two new gas taxes: A
5-cent constitutional gas tax col-
lected by the county and divvied
-up among itself, Marathon,
Islamorada, Key Colony Beach
and Layton according to an
interlocal agreement,. and a
ninth-cent local option motor
and special fuel tax. The former
-tax is currently 6 cents.
In addition to adopting the
new tax, the county is flirting
with the idea of not sharing the


constitutional gas tax money
with municipalities any longer,
or instead developing a new
funding formula so they receive
less. The county was never
under any obligation to share the
funds, but officials from those
cities have said they rely heavily
on them to maintain roads.
Islamorada has budgeted to
receive $160,000 in constitu-
tional gas tax money in 2009,
while Marathon has budgeted to
receive $290,000.
* A pair of commissioner's
items dealing with the Gato
Building, a county-owned office
building in Key West
Commissioners Mario Di
Gennaro and Heather Carruthers
each have items on the agenda
concerning the possible sale of
the Gato Building.
Carruthers' item includes a
presentation outlining the square
footage at the Gato Building
(36,864 total), all the current
offices there, as well as the pos-
sibility of moving other depart-
ments in. The presentation says
the county rents 11,111 square


feet of office space for Drug
Court and the Public Defender
and County Attorney's offices.
The annual cost is $398,981.
Another idea in the presenta-
tion is to sell the building and
relocate staff to another loca-
tion.
Di Gennaro says the county
should also consider selling the
Marathon Government Center.
* In other news, County
Administrator Roman Gastesi
put his strategic planning initia-
tive into action this week by
posting business and residential
surveys on the county's Web
site.
"The first, critical step in this
process is to hear directly from
members of the community
about your priorities, concerns,
and vision for the future of
Monroe County. The communi-
ty's vision will be the basis for
the Strategic Plan. The Strategic
Plan will then guide the county's
future policy and budget deci-
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in


than he paid.
When he decided to sell the
house, he issued a press statement
saying he thought he could disap-
pear in Key West but that perhaps
he was just being naive, so he
wasn't going to move in and
change the laid-back dynamic of
the Southernmost City.
Interesting statement for a guy
who arrived in town during


Kenny
Chesney's
tour bus,
-sitting
outside
of the Pier

Resort,
rolled down
S* - Duval Street

S evening.
1Keynoter photo
by SEAN KINNEY
Spring Break in a huge bus that
looks like some kind of brightly
colored Jimmy Buffett beach
scene nightmare that has embla-
zoned on the front bumper:
"Kenny Chesney, Tour 2009" -
plus a nod to corporate sponsor
Corona.
Last month, Buffett dropped
into Margaritaville on Duval
Street to play a set.






Keys News


Saturday, March 14, 2009 13


Revenue


shortfall likely


By SEAN KINNEY
skinney@keynoter.com

Key West is bracing to miss
projected revenues this fiscal
year by about $1.75 million and
the City Commission fold staff to
find new money while trying to
avoid personnel cuts.
At a finance ,workshop
Tuesday, Assistant City Manager
Mark Finigan told the commis-
sion there could be about 40 job
cuts if revenues keep going
south.
The commissioners respond-
ed by telling Finigan to find new
sources of revenue and avoid
handing out pink slips.
Commissioner Bill Verge told
the Keynoter, "I don't think
we're at the panic point right
now." He said this is just analysis
to avoid problems down the road.
"We're tracking it early so we
'don't wake up in August and say,
'Wow, we don't have any
money.'"
Back in January, at the end of
the city's first fiscal quarter for
2008-09, the financial outlook
was grim.
* The value of taxable prop-
erty dropped $114 million
between July and October 2008,
which equates to about $250,000
in tax revenue.
* Building permit revenues
are expected to be $700,000 less
than the budgeted $1.75 million.
* Half-cent sales tax revenue
is projected to drop around
$275,000 to $3.2 million.
* Parking meter money is


about $70,000 below the project-
ed $2 million.
So what could the new
sources of revenue be?
Commissioner Clayton Lopez
suggested nominal fees for city
facilities like the Martin Luther
King Jr. Community Pool and
public ball fields.
"I don't think that raises a lot
of money," Verge said, referring
to services fees. He said that an
across-the-board pay cut for city
employees could keep everyone
employed while the city goes
after federal stimulus money or
seeks cruise ship reroutes.
The city makes $10 off each
cruise ship passenger that enters
town at the Mallory Square
berth, and similar fees for those
at the Outer Mole or Pier B.
And actually, cruise ship rev-
enues were about $150,000 over
projections in January; the bud-
geted amount is $3.9 million.
Verge also said scuttling the
520-foot former military ship the
Vandenberg as an artificial reef
would help boost the local econ-
omy by bringing in more tourists.
"It couldn't come at a better
time." He estimated the earned
media exposure for Key West
alone would be between $40 mil-
lion and $60 million.
The scuttling has been in the
works for more than 12 years.
The ship, now at a Virginia ship-
yard, will be sunk 7 miles off
Key West.


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Rescue group closes on site


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.comrn

The Marine Mammal
Conservancy will keep its Key
Largo home base, group officials
reported Wednesday.
A real estate closing held in
Miami seems to end a lengthy
court battle with the former own-
ers, JPB Properties of Colorado.
"We're very happy to have
this behind us," MMC President
Robert Lingenfelser said. "We
just want to continue on with our
mission and continue to serve
stranded marine mammals in the
Florida Keys and South
Florida."
Last year, Monroe County
Circuit Court Judge Luis Garcia
ordered JPB Properties to honor
a contract to sell the bayfront site
near mile marker 102.5 to the
MMC for $458,000, a provision
in the MMC's original lease with
the former owners.
JPB, headed by John Powers,
contended the MMC had violat-
ed the lease, so the contract was
invalid. Garcia ruled that while
some lease agreements had been
violated, the sale contract must
be honored.


Powers said he always
intended the Key Largo site to
serve as a rehabilitation center
for stranded dolphins or small
whales, but that he was con-
cerned about MMC's direction
after his friend and property
agent, dolphin rescuer Rick
Trout, was forced out.
Lingenfelser declined to dis-
cuss details of financing for the
purchase. "That's nobody's busi-
ness but ours," he said.
The MMC has successfully
treated and released dolphins
from'strandings under operating
agreements with the National
Marine Fisheries Service, which
regulates protected marine mam-
mal species.
"We believe [the MMC in
Key Largo] is one of the most
important facilities of its kind in
the country," said Jack Kassewitz
' of DolphinSpeak.com, a dol-
phin-communication research
project of the nonprofit Global
Heart organization in Miami.
Kassewitz said his project.
hopes to continue its "passive
research" working with MMC
because the group treats offshore
species not often seen.


DolphinSpeak didn't con-
tribute toward the property pur-
chase, he said.
"That's a story that's going
around but it's totally inaccu-
rate," Kassewitz sad.
An all-volunteer group, the
MMC currently is caring for
Cutter, a young spotted dolphin
captured near the Key West
Coast Guard station last month.
Coast Guard officials and
other boaters worried the dol-
phin was swimming in' congest-
ed areas where it could be
injured. Other dolphin-watchers
in Key West believe the animal
was healthy enough to be left
alone.
Cutter is "doing very well,"
Lingenfelser. said. "He's still
mildly underweight, and we
still have to clean him of para-
sites. We've got a little way to
go."
The MCC has ongoing
issues with Monroe County
over building permits and code
enforcement. A county report
on the status of structures at the
site is expected to be issued
Monday.
MMC officials have charged
that the county did not handle its
building permit process correctly.


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"Mid-October- an idyllic, peaceful time in Key West.
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to relax, to enjoy the tropical atmosphere. Except for
a murder and two missing lovers..."
Thus begins the eagerly awaited sixth Alex Rutledge
book, Hawk Channel Chase, by Tom Corcoran who will
be on hand at Cover to Cover Books on Monday,
March 16 at 5 pm to read from and sign the new book.


Corcoran is also an accomplished photographer whose photographs have appeared on
seven Jimmy Buffett album covers, numerous book jackets, including those of Thomas
McGuane ("An Outside Chance"), Winston Groom ("Forrest Gump"), and Florida novelists
Les Standiford ("Black Mountain" and "Last Train to Paradise") and James f--
W. Hall ("Hot Damn"). His photography book, Key West in Black and . . .
White, will also be available the evening of the signing. I "
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Anglers hook Big Todd's note

By RYAN McCARTHY -r
riiccarthy@keynoter.com -


They were hoping for, per-
haps, a long-lost treasure map. It
ended up being a -Geraldo-
Capone vault moment.
Aside from the snapper and
mackerel they were fishing for on
Thursday, snowbirds Bob
Murphy and Chet Polk from
Somers Point, N.J., came across
an empty bottle of whiskey float-
ing off Bullard Bank, about 10
miles out on the bayside.
Contained inside was a rolled-
up paper. Once they returned to
shore in Marathon and after some
hunting for the proper tool,
Murphy opened the bottle and
pulled the note out.
It was from "Big Todd" in
Madeira Beach. He wrote that he
decided to put the note in the bot-
tle on Jan. 10 and toss it in the
ocean just to see where it would
end up.


Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHY
Bob Murphy (left) and Chet Polk are about to find out what the
note says. Turns out it was from 'Big Todd' across the state.


"Where did it land?" the note
read. It also contained the latitude
and longitude coordinates for
where it was dropped, and a
phone number.
Murphy dialed up Big Todd
but he didn't answer, so Murphy


left a message.
Madeira Beach is off the coast
of Tampa and St. Petersburg, near
Clearwater. According to Google
Maps, a trip by road is 368 miles
and would take just over six
hours to drive.


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Patricia Ann Cook
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Ann C.:o)k.
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lred , et. i13.
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Oua o, . Jack
COOK .rand Merla
' rrar.: ell l r.
onr,, .rl ard t:he second oldest
among ight il.,ricgs i.1-..:t ir her
air.:.*'n u ,- er A' r: -:pent in theo
c - ii rrni.r,. too -.r .:Ito- k...r . Ca.
.he tri e r, ent o n I. l.e in Lale
T ne e * .re e ,r...., rer i and
e rre d i, the :.r,...- nri tirn r , ri to r. tor.t-,' r er
hre v.C.rke-d -t the totutel 'g ari d
finally to Daytona Beach, .Aherre
Sshe owned and operated Molly's
-.ate
D cle llc.e pci tra.el aond: had
al.., r. hrp.leJ to I.e in evyotic
IiC0, luch D4, C.sta Rlico .:r
Ht.oroMa Se,, r, :.el t-e oa:.en
and( sailing 3nrj lked to do
c:erorr, c sre had her c.,,n rtudio
in her .ack, ard.
She v.as pre,.ceed in acorn
n, -er huost:.nd Rcger .. C ,ck
San.ri her brother Jerry CorrnpL.ell
Sne is suir.','ed t.,,, ons LD .,i J
(rano ,life Debcran). D'cnger arid
tAlles, Cook brothers Boct:.,
Ronnire i.ch Poer, Lorr, rand,
D:,ug Carmpcell gr.ndnur r-
ter- ilaz-hhor Snell , r,,d I.Roc.helle
Cok grent-grarndjaught .er-.


Amber and Jade; plus numerous
niece" r:l r,we .:.
-A rr-rn,.'riar e:-rvire will be
held on the old Seven Mile Bridge
n 1 .-lir.: h 21.

Glenn Hewlett
Mr i..-r I.ri Jl eor.l.: ec : tr ; l2rr,
rHewlett of Mar.loth or, who died
S- x -tr
M..ar..: r 5. a;re * 1 i , ni l.l.-nJr i,
at tme l.-irath..-.r u.rltnt r.letrr,o ..t
Crmmn-urit., Chur,.:h
His a.'-: will te spr'-.ad around
4 pr m Tu -d:. , at 5,.A/er k ,.
Those who want to participate
hijuld mrrtee t of the Sugariorf
Lodge .:it 3 p m-i trijt do:,

Lee Szmansky,
Les Szmansky, ' 57, of
Summeriand Key died on March 8.
He was torn on f.'lar: h 6,
1952, in Ypsilanti. Mich. After serv-
ing in Vietnam, he worked con-
:tructiun in l'lich.iagna ori.:1c n-,,-.ed c
tc trie K.e, ir, 1080 to purse his
h:t-:bie of fii;rgr motor.-.v.,cle rid-
riI ,,irnj and riunting
in the Keys, he formed Sea
Tech.
He ,.O a rnemrnbel of tr-
Sl.atjon :1 Rifle As..'c.iotiorn and the
Pig Pine r.1.o,:e since 1i'84
r.r. 7:rmonrsk IF ujr.,rved b:, l3i
"wife Robin rrmother Eloine Lafer;
father Walter children Mark,
Jo'ri (Ann) Brancjon and rF,an.
all of Big Pine Ke,. Scott (Amy) of
Ke, We:r Darnon (Carrie) and
Q.alene *i ;ters Golo (Dove) and
Kaitnh (Don) br.:,ther B.ob (Koren);
nmrier.-.us nieces and nephews;


and grandchildren JoElle, Kayla,
Nina, Sally, Jacob, EIi Joirnes
Hannah, Matthew;. Alexandria,
Laurel, Elizabeth, ..bb., Aust,.n
Sk, lor (cid r ,i L s
A eri--e rial :elebrati:,ri, ,r
pinirned for' r-l ni trdO,,' of the
,_fr,,.'n .:,: , riorre c,,:, .r.,jthr Airp.:.rt
Dri..- 'n urnrmerlon-rJ KRe,
Mer-n.:,rol .i:c'ritiori.-: cr, be
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Janice Kraft
A ,rrerorical : "er..ice Ond-I
reception is planned for March 21
for Janice K. Kraft of Marathon,
who died Dec. 30 after being air-
lifted to Baptist Hospital In Miami.
She was an artist who worked
at the K.er.re,, Stuci.) at Tuc,.r,
Square Mall. She worked In col-
ored pencil, acr,li.:.:; .'.tlercoloris
and poste-.I. Her Iate:t iriterest;
had been tiree- aTen-:,onal
do:ll,
The rnemcriacrl -er.'i.e .iched-
uled b, her partner Ilor, Whitronr
i. �.et focr il am Mlarch 21 at
tMartin Luther Crapel 12'nrd
Street bayside. . .
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'lrotih.n Gar.den Club imil.
marker 0O. imrmedr:tel/ foi.':..wna
the memorial An ao.:,ortrrient of
Kraft's arfwo'k .vilI be on r i.ipicl,'
at tre rec-.eptior,
in earln, Janucar, chr fiOrn ,
held, a.elice ir Akron Chil.o onaI
she wao buried there in a tornlv
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LOCAL DIRECTORY OF


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City of Key West

[ICE OF MEETINGS


Tuesday, March 17, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.
City Commission Chambers, Old City Hall, 510 Greene Street


CAROLINE STREET


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REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009 immediately following the City Commission Meeting, as soon as the matter
shall arise on the agenda.
NAVAL PROPERTIES LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Tuesday, March 17, 2009 immediately following the City Commission Meeting, as soon as the matter
shall arise on the agenda.
If signing, special seating, or-other accommodations are required, please call 809-3831 (TDD number 809-1111)
24 hours prior to the meeting.
Pursuant to F.S. 286.0105, notice is given that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Commission
with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, that person will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, that person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Cherly Smith, MMC, CPM
Published Keynoter 03/14/09 City Clerk


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451 52nd St. Gulf Marathon
743-6412
Sunday Worship
Holy Eucharist: 9 a.m.


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122nd STREET, GULF * 289-0700
Sunday Service 8:30 & 11:00 am
Bible Study 10:00 am
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Kirk of the Keys
Overseas Highway at 89th Street
Marathon, FL * MM 51.5
Sunday Services 11:00 am.


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- Sunday Worship Service & children'ss (hurch 10 AM
*Wednesday Night Bible Study 7 PM
* Thursday Youth Services 6:15 PM
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D KEYNOTER


e Business


briefs


BPW luncheon
in Islamorada

The Upper Keys Centurn
Business and Professional
\Women's Club in\ ies mem-
bers of the community to
join them on Wednesday at
Chili Willie's Bar & Grill in
Islamorada. Ptul Magin,
manager of lMariers
Hospital wellness center. w ll
speak on \women's fitness
and stress relief The cost is
$20 for members and $25 for
non-members and guests.
RS\P to bpw upperke\ s1@'"
gmail corn

Marathon chamber
lunch with Gastesi

The Gieater Marathon
Chamber of Commerce is
hosting Counrt Admin-
istrator Roman Gastesi as
guest speaker at its Tuesday
luncheon at Sombrero
Country. Club. Space is limit-
ed. RSTVP to Charlotte at
743-5417 or charlotte@
flondake% smarathon.com

Support group for
the unemployed

The ne\ ly formed group
Support for KeN s Lin-
employed Professionals w ill
be meeting %weekly on
Wednesday from 8-30 -
9-30 am at 615-A United
Street, Ke. West. For more
information call Adele at
294-3998 or 587-7948.


You know
the Spring
Breakers are in
town when
you see these
signs at
Smathers
Beach in Key
: .W..est. It's been
- -- hard to find a
% parking space
.- at the beach
all week, as
groups of
--.- . college-aged
kids pack it in
,l l "to sunbathe.
The economy
S-. doesn't seem
--. .to have kept
-- - them away.



2008 visitor survey shows...


Shorter stays,
and fewer gays,
but more money
By MARGARET MENGE
mmenge@keynpter.c6m

The Monroe County Tourist
Development Council announced
the results of the 2008 Visitor
Profile Survey this week, with
Jessica Bennett, director of mar-
keting research for the TDC,
addressing the full TDC board at
this week's meeting in Key West.
Here's what the survey found:
Fewer tourists are coming to the.
Keys for weddings, fewer gays


and lesbians are coming overall,
people spent more on average
during their vacation (although
spending dropped off in the
fourth quarter of 2008) and
Germany beat the U.K. for the
first time in five years on the
country-of-origin list.
The annual survey was com-
piled from the results of 3,038
interviews conducted on the
street, and at the dock in all five
regions of the Keys: Key Largo,
Islarnorada, Marathon,, Lower
Keys and Key West. At least 50
interviews were done each.
month in each district, by locals
contracted by the Stuart, Fla.-


based survey research company
Insights, Inc. ,
The surveys don't measure
the number of visitors coming in
to the Keys; instead, they pro-
duce a demographic profile of
who's coming.
According to the survey, 27.3
percent of visitors from
December 2007 to November
2008 were foreigners. The top
five countries of origin were:
Canada, Germany, Scandinavia
(Sweden, Norway, Denmark and
Finland), the United Kingdom
and Italy.
"Germany is really moving up
the rank," says Bennett, of

See TOURISM / 17


'Miami Herald' cutting jobs


McClatchy-Tribune


. David Landsberg, publisher of
The Miami Herald, announced on
Wednesday that the newspaper is
cutting 19 percent of its work-
force and reducing salaries of
remaining employees by 5 to 10
percent.
"About 175 employees will
lose their jobs as a result, and we
will eliminate another 30 vacant
positions, for a total reduction of
205," Landsberg said in an e-
mail to the staff.
The company also plans to
save newsprint by reducing the
width of a news page by one inch
and is considering combining


some sections on weekdays. The
international edition will stop
publication altogether.
The cuts are companywide,
also impacting the Keynoter
Publishing Co., wholly owned by
McClatchy Newspapers, the
Herald's parent company. The
cuts are part of a national decision
by the McClatchy Co. to reduce
costs as advertising revenue con-
tinues to decline nationally.
"The decisions about where to
reduce jobs have been extremely
difficult," Landsberg wrote to
employees. "Please know that we
have done everything possible to


minimize the impact of layoffs
by identifying alternative means
of saving expenses. . . . While
there will be tightening of news
pages on various days, we have
worked hard to maintain our
newspapers at the quality level
our readers have come to
expect."
Full-time employees will see
their pay cut from 5 to 10 percent
in the second quarter. In addition,
all McClatchy employees who
remain will be required to take
unpaid furlough days to help
reduce expenses even further.
McClatchy has downsized its
workforce by nearly one-third in
less than a year.


Motorcycle Medic staffer
Mary Lemak checks out a
custom motorcycle in
progress at. the new
Tavernier shop.

Motorcycle MIedic
91551 Overseas Highway
Tavernier

From repairs to rebuild-
ing, the new Motorcycle
Medic shop in Tavernier
does it all.
"Thius is %hat I lo\e to
do." said Goode, a profes-
sional \V-t in mechanic for
15 .tears. "Ive been %working
to open a shop in the Middle
or Upper Keys for the last
four \ears. and it finally hap-
pened."
In addition to work on
Harle\ -Da\ idson bikes, a
second in-house mechanic
specializes in metnc motor-
c'cles like the popular
Japanese lines Kawasaki,
Suzuki and Honda.
Goode also builds one-of-
a-kind custom motorc cles.
an aspect of the business he
hopes will expand. "Once we
get a couple of owu bikes out
on the high a\. I expect to
get some orders," he said.
The shop offers sent ice.,
routine repairs. rebuilding of
damaged motorc\ cles. and
restoration of % vintage motor-
cycles.
"We believe in doing
quality work," Goode said.
"That's something motorcy-
clists appreciate."
Motorcycle Medic can
pick up bikes (free'within 15
miles at a certain level of
work).
Hours are 10 a.m. to 7
p.m. Monday through
Saturday (closed
Wednesday), and 11:30 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Call 896-4121.


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Saturday, March 14, 2009 17


Shorter stays reported in Key.West


TOURISM / From 16

Germany's position as No. 2. For
the three years prior, Germany
was No. 3, ranking after the
United Kingdom for all three of
those years. The top spot, for
every quarter but one for the last
five years, has been Canada. In
2008, Canadians made up 5.5
percent of all foreign visitors to
the Keys.
The biggest year-to-year
change showed up in a survey
question first asked in 2007. In
that year, interviewees were
asked whether they were attend-
ing a wedding or commitment
ceremony as part of their Keys
vacation: 10.5 percent said
"yes." In comparison, in 2008,
just 1.4 percent said they were
going to a wedding or commit-
ment ceremony in the Keys.
"That certainly was surpris-
ing," Bennett told the Keynoter
on Thursday. "We knew that
people were having smaller
weddings. But it was surprising
that it was that much of a
decrease.
Also of note was the year-to-
year decrease in the percentage of
those who identified themselves


as gay or lesbian. Again, 2007
was the first year the question
was asked. In that year, 6.5 per-
cent of those interviewed said
they were gay, .and 4.1 percent
reported that they were lesbian:
91 percent reported that they were
heterosexual, with the remaining
1 percent declining to answer. In
2008, the numbers were down,
albeit only slightly: 5 percent in
2008 said they were gay, and 2
percent identified as lesbian.
Bennett says the TDC has not
heard from gay-oriented estab-
lishments of a drop-off in visi-
tors, but that they'll be watching
these numbers throughout this
year to see if the trend continues.
Somewhat surprisingly, the
average visitor spent more per
day while vacationing in the
Keys last year than in 2007:
$360, including $140 on accom-
modations, $26 on transporta-
tion in Monroe County, $29 on
water activities, $34 on land-
based activities, and $104 on
food and beverages. The
increase over 2007 on food and
beverage and lodging, however,
occurred in the first three quar-
ters. By the fourth quarter visitor
spending was down over the
prior year, according to the


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REAL ESTATE CO.


report. Also changing in the
fourth quarter of last year was
the average length of stay. In
Key West, the average length of
stay dropped from seven nights
to about four, with more visitors
opting for extended weekend
stays and shorter trips. In the
other folir districts in the Keys,
visitors reported a consistent
length of stay of six to seven
nights through all four quarters.
Interviews were done at
TDC-approved locations, where
surveyors were likely to find a
good number of tourists. In Key
West, tourists were interviewed
in front of the Hemingway
House and at the Historic
Seaport; in the Lower Keys at
the Winn Dixie Shopping Plaza
on Big Pine Key, at Little Duck
Key Beach, and at the public
boat ramps; in Marathon at
Curry Hammock State Park,
Sombrero Beach, Tom's Harbor
Channel, and at public boat
ramps; in Islamorada at Anne's
Beach, Cheeca Lodge, Theatre
of the Sea, and at charter boat
row at Holiday Isle; and in Key
Largo at the docks behind the
Holiday Inn, at Port
Bougainvillea, and at Shell
World.



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Living


S* briefs


Lutheran school
cooks for community

A community spaghetti
dinner March 20 at
Marathon Luther.in School.
35 122nd Si ba'.,,ide
Marathon. benefit, the
school.
Cost is $7 for adults. $5i
tor kids under III. Takeout.
\egetarian and meat-lovers
are available There is also
a silent auction. For times,
call the school at 2_'-0700.

Cervenka discusses
'Fausto's Afternoon'

Thursday's Friends of the
Marathon Librai) Books
and Coffee Series %ill fea-
ture Czechoslo% kian and
Grassy KeN author Jarda
Cervenka discussion_ aind
reading trani his recently
publiIhed "'Fausto'
Afternoon," a collection of
international stories set in
Minneapolis. Prague. \Vest
AtiIca and beyond.
Doors to the tree talk. at
St. Columba Episcopal
Church on 52nd Street in
Nrarathon. open at 1"30
p m. for coffee. tea and
cookies. The lecture begins
at 2. .

Check out the stars
over Crane Point

Crane Point Hanunock
in Marathon hosts another
Evening with the Stars on
Wednesday.
David Heeschen. who
holds a Ph.D. from
HarNard, w ill lead obserna-
tions of double stars, triple
stars, star clusters, a super-
no% a remnant, a planetary
nebula, the Orion Nebula
and the planet Venus. Those
attending should meet at
the front entrance of Crane
Point. mile marker 50 ba\ -
side, at 7:30 p.m.
Admission is $5 or free
\ ith Crane Point member-
ship. Call John at 743-3900
to reserve a spot.


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Photo courtesy NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
This is the excavation site at the fort. Through Monday, visitors have the opportunity to help out at the 1850s storehouse.



Cyu- d1Iog IN Construction of Fort
S....Jefferson, which is 70 miles
west of Key West, began in
1850s storehouse is excavated at Fort Jefferson 1846 and was planned and


Keynoter Staff


Want to help archaeologists
unearth a little piece of
American history?
Through Monday, citizen sci-
entists can help - in limited
fashion - the National Park
Service's Southeast Archaeo-
logical Center, the Florida Public
Archaeology Network and the
South Florida National Parks
Trust excavate what's believed
to be a circa-1850s storehouse in
Fort Jefferson's courtyard.
The program is a great oppor-
tunity for visitors to experience
discoveries as they happen and
learn about Fort Jefferson's
buried past..
"Part of the fun of doing
archaeology is you never really
know what you'll uncover 'til
you get in there," says the
appropriately named Melissa
Memory, chief of cultural
resources for Fort Jefferson.
While the entire fort has been


See-EXCAVATE / 19


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The massive Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas National Park is
accessible by boat or seaplane. It was initially planned as a
place to fend off pirates but was abandoned in 1874, shortly
after the end of the Civil War. -


supervised by the U.S. Armny
Corps of Engineers. The
labor force during the early
years was made up predomi-
nantly of slaves from Key
West.
Although construction
continued for some 30 years,
it was never completed
largely due to changes in
weapon technology, which
rendered it obsolete by 1862.
After the Civil War, the
fort was used as a federal
prison. Among the prisoners
kept there were several of
the so-called Lincoln assas-
sination conspirators.
Among them was Samuel
Mudd, the doctor who set
the broken leg of President
Lincoln's assassin, John
Wilkes Booth.
In 1867, during an out-
break of yellow fever, Mudd
helped prison doctors fight
the epidemic. Two years
later, his sentence was com-

See HISTORY / 19







Keys Living


Saturday, March 14, 2009 19


Keys briefs


Higgins talks to
Plant Society

The Florida Native Plant
Society's Keys chapter meets
Tuesday at the Marathon Garden
Club, mile marker 50 bayside.
Alison Higgins, land conser-
vation manager for The Nature
Conservancy in the Keys, will
speak about "Avoiding Garden
Gremlins: Plants and Products to
Keep Your Yard Island Friendly."
She will talk about how to choose
the right plants and- caring for
your garden in the most eco-
friendly manner.
Socializing and refreshments
are at 7 p.m,; the program starts at
7:30 and is followed by a raffle
for a native plant.

Classic auto show
takes place Sunday

The Florida Keys Southern-
most Car Club holds its next
monthly Show and Shine Show
Sunday at the Sugarloaf Lodge
on Sugarloaf Key. It's for lovers
of all things classic about cars
and chrome-loaded motorcycles.
If it's cool and on wheels, it'll be


there.
It runs from noon to 4 p.m.
and includes music, prizes, a
50/50 raffle, and food and bever-
ages for sale.
The club is always looking for
new members. Call Dick Moody
at 942-1758 or Curry Blackwell
at 304-2752.

Treasure hunt
on at Dockside

Are you ready for a treasure
hunt?
The Dockside Bar and Grille
in Marathon and the Pyrates of
Tortuga present their inaugural


Pyrate Treasure Hunt for 200
Pieces of Gold on March 22 at 1
p.m.
The hunt begins at Dockside,
35 Sombrero Blvd. Entry fee is
$10 per person (four or more per
crew). You can sign up now or up
until noon the day of the event.
There will be live entertain-
ment, and food and drink will be
available. There will also be a raf-
fle and 50/50 drawing, with pro-
ceeds to benefit the Monroe
County Domestic Abuse Shelter.
For more information or to
register in advance, contact Capt.
Barracuda, a.k.a Chuck Priest, at
481-1944.


Fort had short life.


HISTORY / From 18.

muted and he was released.
The Department of the
Army officially abandoned
Fort Jefferson in 1874. It was
established as Fort Jefferson
National Monument in 1935


and rededicated and renamed
Dry Tortugas National Park.
It's accessible by Key West
ferries and seaplane, and
camping is available. Go to
www.nps.gov/drto for
more.
- National Park Service


Bring the kids along


EXCAVATE / From 18

a national historic monument
since 1935 - construction on
the fort started in 1846 - the
storehouse site was uncovered
in 2004 "in a controlled
archaeological setting and
was covered until the
[National Park Service] could
dedicate staff , time and
resources to revisiting for for-
mal documentation and analy-
sis," says Linda Frier, spokes-
woman for Everglades and
Dry Tortugas national parks.
That time started on Friday
and goes through Monday.
There will be some limited


I travel over

1,000 miles

to see my
dentist. /
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N'ee YorA. New t


Even though I live
in a city with over
1,000 dentists to
choose from. I travel
to the Keys for my
dentist of choice.
From state-of-the-art
dental hygiene to
exquisite restorative
work. it's one of the


opportunities for the public to
participate in the excavation,
as some of it is must be done
carefully so as not to nega-
tively impact any of the site.
There will be screens for sift-
ing and finding small arti-
facts, in addition to activities
for children.
In addition, there are a
number of archaeologists on
site, interpreting what they
are finding at the time -
pointing out artifacts - and
talking about archaeology and
how exactly they do their
work.
March is Florida Archaeo-
logy Month.


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SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2009

10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Wilhelmina Harvey Park (Prado Circle)
Big Coppitt Key, Florida

Join the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority, Monroe County, the Florida
Department of Health and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to
gather information and learn about the Big Coppitt Wastewater Connection
Process, Septic Tank to Cistern Conversions, Good Credit Refunds and Senior
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For additional information go to www.fkaa.com or contact Julie Cheon at (305)
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LETTER FROM FINBAR: The com-
mander of the Conch Republic's
navy pens a letter to the people,
to scare up recruits for the com-
ing battle with the Northernmost
Territories. See page 26.

FIRST LADIES: Class in Key West
on First Ladies through the years!
See story on page 26.


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Last days of Che

Steven Soderbergh's "Che: Part II" starring Benicio Del Toro as Che Guevara plays the Tropic Cinema in Key West through March 19.


PURPLE ISLES:
Key Largo artists'
guild stages 43rd
annual show.
See story on page 27.


LA VIE EN ROSr:
The story of Edith
Piaf comes to the
Tropic.
See story on page 23.


FRESH CATCH!
See what you can
eat at the
Marathon
Seafood Festival.
See story on page 24.


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Movie Times


Crossword ....30



Ernesto "Che" Guevara
was a young doctor from
a well-to-do Argentine fam-
ily who met Raul Castro,
and then Fidel in Mexico
in the 1950s and became
a Marxist. He fought in the
Sierra Maestra in the late
50s, and emerged as a
hero of the Cuban
Revolution. He left Cuba in
1965 to devote himself to
worldwide Socialist revolu-
tion. He was captured and
executed in Bolivia in 1967.

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* A quiet march to the end of the road


'Che: Part II'
joins Part I at
the Tropic Cinema
"Che: Part II" is a quiet
movie. You have to be ready
for that. And like "Che: Part I,"
it starts with a map. This time,
of Bolivia. A large shape
appears on screen, and then a
dot, and the name of the
Bolivian city Catavia, in the
south, and then a star, and then
the name of the capital city, La
Paz, a little to the north, and
then another city, this one in the
east, called Nanchahuazu. And
all the while there is nothing
but the sound of bells, slow and
somber. Then Bolivia fades and
appearing on the black screen is
a map of all of South America,
and one by one, each country
appears, tagged with its name.
Bells dong, slowly.
It is simple, but powerful,


because it focuses the mind. It
forces you to think of things in'
context, of Bolivia, that most
remote of South American
countries, of its position in the
center of that continent, and of
the revolution that Ernesto Che
Guevara tried to start there - a
revolution that was to topple
every government in every
country in South America and
bring about worldwide
Socialism.
"Che: Part II" stars
American actor Benicio Del
Toro as Ernesto "Che"
Guevara, who disappeared from
public view just a few years
after the Cuban Revolution, and
resurfaced in 1966 in Bolivia as
the leader of a guerilla move-
ment seeking to overthrow the
U.S.-backed government.
The two-part feature film,
directed by Steven Soderbergh,
is based on Che's memoirs:


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In March of 1965, it was announced in Cuba that Ernesto
"Che" Guevara had renounced his Cuban citizenship. In
1966, he resurfaced in Bolivia, as the leader of a guerilla
movement seeking to overthrow the government. He never
returned to Cuba.


"Memories of the Cuban
Revolutionary War."'We see
nothing in Part I or Part II of
Havana, where Che headed the
Cuban Ministry of Industry in
the years after the Cuban
Revolution. And in Part II in *
particular, we're told very little
at all, having to piece together
from images we're shown what


might have happened to the
revolutionary hero in the years
after he took power with Fidel
and Raul Castro. As when Che,
in disguise, with a bald crown,
skunk-striped hair, glasses and
false teeth, shows up as
"Ramon" at a home where
there is a woman and a few
young children. It is the same


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woman who was with Che in
the Sierra Maestra in the late
50s, played by the "Maria Full
of Grace" actress Catalina
Sandino Moreno. He married
her, and they made a family.
The film doesn't tell you. You
just have to watch. Closely.
The opening scene in "Che:
Part II" is of
the afore-
mentioned 'Che
maps, fading
in and out on
a black
screen, but Starring Beni
before this, Tropic Cinen
on the 416 Eaton St
screen, we March 13-19
see black and Call 295-949:
white still
images of
miners in Bolivia. Their faces
are wide and flat, and though
they don't look particularly
forlorn, it is clear that these
are images meant to put the
plight of the working poor at
the center of things. It is
understood why Socialists
would do this, but it is not
clear why Soderbergh would
choose to do this, unless he
wanted us to also feel the
need in 1966 for Socialist rev-
olution in Bolivia. Perhaps
this is so. But I'm willing to
give him the benefit of the
doubt. Because it's not often
that someone is brave enough
to make a quiet movie. And I
can't really say for use if this
is a film that seeks to advance
the "cult of Che." Maybe it
does, and maybe it doesn't.
Bolivia was a complete
failure, and Che proved inef-
fective as an organizer and
military leader. But we don't
necessarily see this in the
movie. What we see is...well,
if you have ever seen Benicio
Del Toro in anything you can
well imagine that the perform-
ance delivered here shows a
man in complete control -
powerful and impassive, fear-
less, and undaunted.
We see Che going through


customs entering Bolivia, pos-
ing as a representative of the
Organization of American
States. "Let him in," says the
supervisor in the guard booth
after glancing out at the man
who looks like a mid-level
bureaucrat, with long gray
coat and hat, 60s glasses and a
briefcase in


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hand.
All is
quiet as we
watch Che,
alone in a-
hotel room,
lying on a
bed, reading
a newspaper,
taking out
his dentures,
then riding in


a white jeep on a road at the
end of a steep cliff. Ah,
Bolivia! And Che, back in
the mountains, where he loved
to be.
Men are introduced to him,
peasants, who've come to join
the cause. They have Indian
, names like Tuma. The ground
is dry, and the light through
the trees shows a deciduous
forest. Sitting around one of
those first nights, Guevara is
told that the Communist Party


See CHE / 29


Special screening:
'La Vie en Rose' (French)
March 16-23
5 p.m.
The star of the 2007 film "La
Vie En Rose," who played Edith
Piaf, was the first actress to ever
win an Oscar for a French-lan-
guage role. Don't know who
Edith Piaf was? Oh yes you do.
If you hear someone hum "La
Vie En Rose," you will know it.
It is one of the most beautiful
songs ever sung, and sung best
by one df the most tragic figures
who has ever lived.
Piaf was a cafe singer in Paris
in the 1930s and 40s. Her nick-
name was "The Little Sparrow."
"La Vie en Rose" is making a
special return to the Tropic
Cinema this month to coincide
with a concert to be performed
by Jil Aigrot, the voice of Piaf in
the movie, at the Tennessee
Williams Theatre on Monday,
March 23. For tickets to the con-
cert, go to www.keystix.com.
Monday night classic:
'Miracle in Milan'
Monday, March 16
7 p.m.


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placed into an orphanage, and Mtsensk District'
when he is 18, he begins to Wednesday, March 18
inspire shantytown squatters 7 p.m.
with his amiable and generous
nature. Directed by Vittorio De "Lady Macbeth," the opera
Sica; based on a novel by Cesare by Dmitri Shostakovich, was
Zavattini. Tickets $5. praised when it was first per-
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Tuesday, March 17 almost 30 years. This 1998 pro-
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Local filmmakers Will Florence, and won the Abbiati
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British Columbia and southern Tickets $20, or $18 for members
Louisiana. For more information of the Key West Film Society.


eys ovie Times

REGAL CINEMAS
Searstown, Key West, 294-0000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends.
* The Last House on the Left (R): 1:25, 4:20, 7:20 and 10:10 p.m.
* Race to Witch Mountain (PG): 1:05, 4:00, 7:00 and 9:45 p.m.
* Watchmen (R): 1:00, 4:25 and 9:30 p.m.
* Fired Up (PG-13)- 1:15,4:15, 7:15 and 10:00 p.m.
* Madea Goes to Jail (PG-13): 1:10,4:05. 7:05 and 10:05 p.m.
* Slumdog Millionaire (R): 1:20, 4:10, 7:10 and 9:55 p.m.

TROPIC CINEMA
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
* The Wrestler (R): 2:30, 5:00, 7:30 and 10:00 p.m.; no 7:30 show
Tuesday.
* The Reader (R): Fn-Sun 2:15,4:45, 7:15 and 9:45 p.m: Mon-
Thurs 2:15 and 8:00 p.m.
* Che - Part 1 (NR): 4:30 p.m.
* Che - Part 2 (NR): Fri, Sun, Tues, Thurs 2:00, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.;
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* La Vie En Rose (PG): Mon-Sun 5:00 p.m.

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The Marathon chapter of
the Organized Fishermen of
Florida is cooking up a feast
to feed over 10,000 hungry
people at this year's Original
Marathon Seafood Fe'stival, to
be held this weekend at the
Marathon Community Park.
Get ready.
Keys Fisheries is preparing
60 gallons of conch chowder,
20 gallons of conch ceviche,
800 pounds of stone crab,
2,000 pounds of lobster,
1,200 pounds of mahi-mahi,
500 pounds of shrimp and
1,000 pounds of soft-shell
golden crab.
"We started fishing golden
crab in the Gulf Stream about
10 years ago," says local fish-
erman Tommy Coppedge. "At
first, because it was different,
we couldn't give it away."
Coppedge and the other
fishermen who help run the
seafood festival developed a
tasty recipe of parsley, garlic
and butter, and they now run
out of golden crab every year.
Also expected on the regu-
lar make-a-plate menu are
smoked fish and. fish dip,
made from the kingfish that
roughly a dozen Middle Keys
net fishermen are licensed to
catch, as well as oysters and
clams that come from the
west coast of Florida.
Of course, it wouldn't be a
festival without sweets, and
that's where the fishermen's
wives take charge each year.


In addition to several dozen
Key lime pies prepared at
Keys Fisheries, they supply
'homemade brownies, cakes,
pies and cookies - as well as
lemonade to wash them down.
The Original Marathon
Seafood Festival is co-spon-
sored by the Greater
Marathon Chamber of


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.Commerce. Festival hours are
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday,
March.14, and 11 a.m. to 6
p.m. Sunday, March 15.
Admission is $5 per adult.
Children under 12 are admit-
ted free when accompanied
by a paying adult. Proceeds
will go towards school schol-
arships, and to local charities.


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Mermaids at the boat show!


Beauties bask
in the
Key West sun
What were all these beauti-
ful girls doing at the Key West
Boat Show? They say women
are bad luck on ships, but
these mermaids, apparently,
are a whole other thing alto-
gether. They were made adorn
the bows of beautiful boats!
The Key West Boat Show
and Nautical Market was Feb.
27, 28 and March 1 at the
Truman Waterfront in Key


West. The sun was blazing on
the heads of people wandering
from tent to tent along the pier.
You could buy books from the
only nautical bookmobile in
. America, step up into a
$59,000 cabin cruiser, or poke
your way around some relics
of a seafaring past - brass
lanterns, old hardware, and
other curiosities. But there was
no better sight that these mer-
maids, who made their tempo-
rary home in a tent just in
front of the old U.S. Navy
building.


Photos by MARGARET MENGE


S briefs


Lorian Hemingway
story contest opens
Entries are now being
accepted for the 2009 Lorian
Hemingway Short Story
Competition, which offers
$2,000 in cash prizes to writ-
ers of short fiction. The liter-
ary competition is open to all
writers whose fiction has not
appeared in a nationally dis-
tributed publication with a
circulation of 5,000 or more.
The first-place winner will
receive $1,000 in cash, while


the second- and third-place
winners will receive $500
each.
TheLorian Hemingway
.Short Story Competition is
named for Hemingway's
granddaughter. It was started
in 1981 to support and
encourage the efforts of writ-
ers who have not yet achieved
major-market success.
Complete contest guide-
lines are posted at
www.shortstorycompetition.c
om.
The entry fee is $12 for
each story postmarked by


May 1, and $17 for each story
postmarked between May 1
and May 15. Entries post-
marked after May 15 will not
be accepted. Winners will be
announced at the end of July.
All manuscripts and their
accompanying entry fees
should be addressed to the
competition at P.O. Box 993,
Key West, FL 33040.


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The Admiral


recruits!

Conch Republic prepares
for battle with the North


Following is an open letter
to-Te people of the Conch
Republic from Admiral
Finbar, who was on hand for
the first bloody battle aboard


the schooner Western Union
and now serves as command-
ing officer of the Conch
Republic Military Forces.


One score and seven
years ago, our found-
ing fathers established
the Conch Republic in
response to the actions of the
misguided zealots and
bureaucrats who placed the
border patrol roadblock at
Florida City, as if that place
were an international border.
They declared a symbolic
secession at great peril to
themselves, not knowing
what retaliation might come
down upon them.
On the day of the seces-
sion, the schooner Western
Union symbolically attacked
a United States Coast Guard
Cutter with water balloons,
Conch Fritters and stale
Cuban bread. This demon-
strated to the USA and the
rest of the world that we
were willing and able to
stand up for justice and free-
dom, which are, after all,
very real American values.
Is the Conch Republic a
real nation or a silly notion?
Real, yes...the Conch
Republic is a sovereign state
of mind. .
Silly, hell no!
True, our weapons are
harmless...they cannot hurt


anyone, and this shows that
our most important and most
effective weapon is humor. It
simply made the actions of
the U.S. government look
silly. The roadblock quietly
disappeared, and the rest, as
they say, is history.
Now, these many years
later, our great nation stands
at the brink of civil war. A
small group of business peo-
ple in Key Largo claims to
represent the Northern
Territories, and thus a bitter
dispute is brewing between
the North and the South. The
North has threatened seces-
sion and the unity of the
Republic is at stake.
I am not a politician or a
diplomat, I am merely a mil-
itary officer and my only
concern here is to defend,
protect and preserve the
honor, territory and unity of
the Conch Republic.
We know that the best
course is to fight folly with
folly. In keeping with Jhe
spirit of our Nation, the
motto of our military forces
is "A Farce to be Reckoned
With."
We are fully prepared to
go to war if that is what is


necessary to preserve our
unity. If we must go to war,
and if our battles are fought
with the same
harmless
weapons, along
with humor and
goodwill, and
with the
same spirit
as the bat-
tle that
marked
the birth
of our
nation, then
there can be
. victory with '
honor for all
sides.
Let it never be
said that our found-
ing fathers' intrepid
deeds were in vain.
Long live the Conch
Republic! Long live the
United States of America!

Admiral Finbar Gittelman
First Sea Lord and
Commanding Officer of
Conch Republic Military
Forces
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teach a course
in Key West
next month
WOODS called "First
Ladies." The course, offered
through the continuing education
program at Florida Keys
Community College, will meet on
Thursday in April at Square One
Restaurant from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The instructor will lecture on
what's often referred to as "the
world's hardest job." A reading
list will be provided and class
members will be urged to read a
selection on one of the First
Ladies and report on it. Tuition is
$64.59. For more information,
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Saturday, March 14, 2009


43rd Purple Isles show


Long-time guild
member wins for
"The Art Critic"
L'Attitudes Staff

Cris Sandifer won Best in
Show at the Purple Isles Art
Show in Key Largo on March 7
for her painting "The Art Critic."
Sandifer works as a commer-
cial artist and paints in her spare
time. She's had her own art stu-
dio, Eldorado Graphics, in Key
Largo for more than 20 years,
and is presently chairman of the
board of the Florida Keys
Council of the Arts.
The opening reception for the
Purple Isles Art Show was held
in the community room of the
Key Largo library in the
Tradewinds Plaza. The president
of the Purple Isles Art Guild,
Michael Mayer, and show chair-
woman Bonnie Fjelde presided
as awards were presented by
Bette Brown of First State Bank.
The Best in Show award was
given by'Robert DiGiorgio of
Bayside Grille. Judges were
Maggie McClellan, Thomas
Fundora and Stephen Frink.
This is the 43rd year of the
Purple Isles Art Show, and it's
not too late to see it. If you live
in the Upper Keys, or happen to
be passing through, the art will
be on exhibit through March 15,
and visitors can register their
votes for "People's Choice."
The Purple Isles Art Show
showcases the work of members
of the Purple Isles Art Guild.

Keys briefs


Key West Pre-school
Spring Fair on March 14

The Key West Preschool Co-
op is holding a 21st annual
Spring Fair on Saturday, March
14 at 2610 Flagler Ave., with an
egg hunt, sack races, bounce
houses, mini golf and a petting
zoo.
Unlimited access to all
games and events is $10 per
child. Tickets for individual
events are $1.
Proceeds go directly to the
school's operating budget, to
pay for teachers, materials and
rent.


The guild, an artist's association,
started from a workshop held by
the Miami artist and teacher
Bernice Shambaugh in the fall of
1966. Shambaugh's studio
became a meeting place for
painters to gather twice a week
at the "Gate House" on Upper
Matecumbe Key. There they
drafted a constitution in the early
1970s and the name Purple Isles


was adopted. Some of those
early members still honor the
guild with their active participa-
tion.
Throughout the years, mem-
bers of the Purple Isles Art Guild
have been meeting weekly to
paint on location, plein air. The
plein air group now meets every
Wednesday at the Bayside Grille,
at mile marker 100.


Category winners

Best watercolor: Morna Strengholt for "Keys Image"
Best acrylic: Carmen Sotolongo-Kelley for"Cockadoodle"
Best oil: Dan Lawler for "New Crew"
Best mixed media: Gloria Avner for "Still Life with Pear"
Best drawing: Kathy Giurtino for "Holding Hands"
Best photography: James Fitch for "Untitled I"
Best digital art: Carol Grayson for "Artist at work"
Best sculpture: Lee Mielke for "A Horse of Course"
Best student work: Joshua Martinez for "Car Perspective"


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Cris Sandifer'
(second from
left above) won
Best in Show.
Sandifer is the
immediate'past
president of the
Purple Isles
Art Guild.


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Mar. 21 New Orleans Hot Jazz
8 p.m. "One of the great vocalists of our time"
Tickets $30 at Door; $25 Advance:
Coral Shores H.S. Performing Arts Center
MM 89.9 Oceanside * More info 305/766-3585

Sunday, Dancing with Our Island Stars
Mar. 22 Don't Miss It! Tickets still available.
2 p.m. & Matinee $20, Evening $25.
7 p.m. Coral Shores H.S. Performing Arts Center
MM 89.9 Oceanside * Plantation Key
For tickets or more Info, call 305/393-2129

Sunday, BAY JAM 15 South Florida's Premier
Apr. 19 oBJM 1 Outdoor Music Festival
Gates open Starring the outstanding WAYBACKS!
at 11 a.m. Also David Feder, Iko Iko, Blackwater Sound,
and other great local and national musicians.
Tickets: $10 cash or check
( TIB Bank of the Keys Amphitheater
- -. Islamorada Founders Park, MM 87 Bayside
For more Information, call 305/395-6344

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up with Shannan Mitchell, owner of BabyCakes Boutique in Islamorada, for the third
annual Dancing With Our Island Stars competition at Coral Shores Performing Arts Center
on March 22. Go to www.keysice.com for more information.

Briefs


Saturday, March 21, 2009, 8PM
CORAL SHORES HIGH SCHOOL
PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
MM 89.9 OCEANSIDE
"Banu Gibson and the New Orleans Hot Jazz
are a class act from beginning to end -- great
1 musicians and a great show."
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Tickets in advance: $25 each.
At the door $30 each. (Cash or check only.)
Ticket Outlet Locations:
Islamorada Chamber of Commerce - MM 83
Key Largo Chamber of Commerce - MM 106
TIB Bank Upper Keys Branches:
Key Largo - MM 99.6 * Key Largo Bayside - MM 103
., Taveriler - MM 92 * lelamorada - MM 81
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Cultural Umbrella
Seeks New Member
The Florida Keys Council of
the Arts is accepting letters of
interest for an opening on the
Cultural Umbrella Committee of


the Tourist Development
Council. The appointee must live
within the city limits of Key
West, otherwise known as TDC
District 1. The Cultural
Umbrella is composed of five
persons representing the five
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Florida Keys Council of the
Arts. The committee works with
the TDC's advertising and public
relations agencies to promote the
keys as a cultural destination,
and makes recommendations for
the funding of cultural events.
The District 1 seat is currently
held by Dr. Shirley Freeman,
who is stepping down after serv-
ing ten years on the committee.
.Tobe eligible to serve on the
Cultural Umbrella Committee, a
person must: reside in the district
(in this case District I) for at
least two years; have demon-
strated significant support and
advocacy for art and culture or
work as an artist; demonstrate an
understanding of the prime
importance of art culture to the
economy and to the quality of
life of Monroe County citizens
and guests; and receive no
income in an administrative
capacity from an entity or indi-
vidual that was awarded Cultural
Umbrella event funding in the
past fiscal year or that applies in
the current year. Persons wishing
to be considered may send a let-
ter of interest by March 31 to
Elizabeth Young, Florida Keys
Council of the Arts, 1100
Simonton Street, Suite #2-263,
Key West, FL 33040.


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Saturday, March 14, 2009 29


Che in Bolivia


CHE / From 23

in Bolivia will not support an
armed struggle, and Che replies
that he learned in Cuba that a
popular uprising will fail if it is
not accompanied by an armed
struggle.
There is a scene here that
mirrors what we saw in "Che:
Part I." In both, Che is strug-
gling to introduce discipline,
and to inspire a small band of
guerillas. "Think it over. You
still have time to go home,"
he tells the men in Part II. "I
will be at the side of those
who stay, until victory."
The problem with movies

Keys briefs


'Willy Wonka Junior'
at Coral Shores PAS


The kids of the Upper Keys
are back this weekend for a sec-
ond round of performances of
"Willy Wonka Junior" at Coral
Shores Performing Arts Center
in Tavemier. Local kids ages 10-
17 star in this Kids' Theatre pro-
duction, based on the book
"Charlie and the Chocolate
Factory." Kids' Theatre is part of
the Educational Coalition for
Monroe County (ECMC) and
works in close collaboration
with the Monroe County School
District. Plantation Key School
middle school teacher Michele
Zofchak directs this production,
with music directed by
Plantation Key School music
teacher Suzanne Gagliardini.
Tickets are $5 and can be pur-
chased in advance at the Cover
to Cover books, or at the door
before the performances: Friday,
March 13 at 7 p.m., Saturday,
March 14 at 7 p.m. and Sunday,
March 15 at 2 p.m.


is that we usually don't have
enough information to fill out
the images. We don't have a
bigger picture. In "Che: Part
.II," we aren't reminded what
victory meant for Che - the
subjugation of the individual
to an all-powerful state -
and that the struggle over the
bottom half of our Western
Hemisphere was funded on
the right by the United States,
yes, through the Central
Intelligence Agency, yes, but
on the left by a massive
influx of money, guns and
manpower from the Soviet
Union.
See this movie, yes. See
both "Che: Part I" and "Che:
Part II," at the Tropic Cinema
through March 19, and then
crack open the pages of
books. We need both images
and information, to be able to
understand what happened,
and why it matters.


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"Lying Around" By Mark Feldman - Solution in the March 18 issue of the Keynoter


- ACROSS
1 Ref's call
5 2002 Eddie Murphy/
Owen Wilson film
9 Gets ready
14 Range
19 Biblical name of
ancient Syria
20 Desperate
21-FRFod insurance?
22 Shack
23 Plain-looking mort-
gage broker?
26 Marx Brothers setting
27 In the groove
28 Double take?
29 Test
30 Lamb piece
31 Some like it hot
33 Attack, tiger-style
35 Veneer
38 Unsubstantiated
theories?
43 Really boring Avon
lady?
47 "Same old, same old"
48-www address
49 Drives back
50 Spring time
52 Lustrous
53 Notorious Khmer
Rouge leader
56 Nevada Northern
Railway Museum
city
57 Lettuce type
58 Fragrance brand
59 Pip's romantic inter-
est in "Great
Expectations"
61 Brain cells?
63 Palace hospital


attendant?
70 "Sometimes you feel
like a nut" candy
71 Heyerdahl raft
74 Start of a boast
79 Sea key
80 Google Earth image
83 Ogle
84 "West Side Story"
love song
85 Family tree word
86 Golf ball material
88 "Strange Magic" band
89 Shrinking lake
91 Lanky boss?
94 Guys' night out?
97 Shock
98 The Desert Fox
99 His, in Honfleur
100 Wild party
104 Nanny
108 Braid
110 Actor Everett et al.
112 Shell out
113 Unfit Manhattanites?
116 "Stormy Weather"
singer
117 Spirit who served
Prospero
118 Palm Treos, e.g.: Abbr.
119 Head start
120 Computer key
121 Greek porticos
122 Tune with only four
distinct notes
123 Owner's holding
DOWN
1 Lake near Carson City
2 Mashies, e.g.
3 Half a '60s quartet
4 Green shade


5 Pastoral poem
6 Window ledge
7 Supporting
8 7-Down vote
9 Area drawing
10 Frequent patron
11 Leveling tool, e.g.
12 Group of five
13 Finalized, as plans
14 Anger manage-
ment no-no
15 CBer's acknowl-
edgment
16 CBer's "Your turn"
17 Chile neighbor
18 Pizazz
24 Trustworthy
25 Code-breaking org.
29 _ Inn ' -
31 Take potshots
32 Eschew wallpaper,
maybe
34 TiVo feature
36 _ Beach, SC
37 Wrath
38 Guys
39 With no warranties
40 Kind of film
41 Carry off
42 Roy Rogers's birth
name
43 Fool
44 God with great aim?
45 _ the good
46 Amino acid found
in protein
50 Ho Chi City
51 Irish Rose's lover
54 A pop
55 Post
57 Cricket striker
60 Intimately


62 Boxing div.
64 Misplace
65 Popular season
66 "Va va voom!"
67 French article
68 Hwy.
69 Pass6e
72 Cabbage variety
73 "Like not"
74 Mosque official
75 Siena sweetie
76 Ireland's_ Islands
77 Move (about) con-
fusedly
78 1969 biker film
81 Pool.treatment target
82 Crustacean feelers
8.6 Howl
87 Printing employee:
Abbr.
90 Get an _ effort
91 Pygmalion's statue
92 Be rude in a crowd
93 Relieved
95 Commodity from
abroad
96 Texas border city
99 Where swine dine
101 Positive terminal
102 Twilled fabric
103 Disapproved, by
the sound of it
104 U.S. Open stadium
105 "Once a Mattress"
106 Sassy
107 Sister of Prince Charles
109 Evils
110 Lose it
111 Minus
113 _de deux
114 Get off the fence
115 Pharm. watchdog


Keys briefs


Southern Keys Artists
spring show on March 20

The Key West Oldest
House Museum and Gardens
at 322 Duval St. will be the
setting for their first annual
Southern Keys Artists spring
show on Friday, March 20,
from 4-7 p.m.
The show offers an oppor-
tunity to visit the historic gar-
den and to see new works of
art by members of the
Southern Keys Artists, a
group of about ten who meet
regularly to encourage and
learn from one another.
Members of the group include
former art teachers, a nurse
and a realtor, a watercolor
instructor, a dancer and a
fund raiser. Artists with
pieces in the spring show
include Karolyn Drenth,
Nancy Henning, Judy Jones,
Helen Kordon, Aldie Laird,
Gingah Milnes, Ellen Reyher,
Suzanne Siegel, Joanne Sloan
and Ann Stewart, all of the
Lower Keys.
All are welcome to attend
the March 20 event, and bev-
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Southern Keys Artists, call
Joanne Sloan at 744-9755.

Lower Keys Reggae Fest
to star Johnny Dread

Reggae master Johnny Dread
comes to the Keys on Sunday,
April 5 to headline the first
annual Lower Keys Reggae Fest,
to take place at Camp Sawyer on
West Summerland Key.
Dread is renowned for his
unique blend of Caribbean and
world beat rhythms, Afro-Cuban
and rock sounds that reflect his
Cuban-American heritage and
Rasta spirit. A seasoned singer-.
songwriter and performer, he has
appeared at international festi-
vals and concerts with perform-
ers Lauryn Hill and Erykah
Badu.
The Lower Keys Reggae Fest
is from noon to 6 p.m. on April
5, with a strong lineup of reggae,
soca, and other Caribbean-influ-
enced musicians playing on an
oceanfront stage. Doors open at
noon, with music starting at 1:30
p.m. Ticket are $20 per person
in advance or $25 at the door.


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Concert band
plays free concert

The Keys Community
Concert Band will perform a free
outdoor Pops in the Park concert
at Founders Park, mile marker
87, on March 28 at 4 p.m. Bring
a lawn chair or blanket.

Red Ribbon Affair
returns March 22

The staff of Michaels
Restaurant will open their hearts
and the doors of the restaurant at
532 Margaret St., Key West, for
the 12th annual Red Ribbon
Affair for AIDS Help Inc. on
March 22 beginning at 11:30
a.m.
The springtime brunch will
include such fare as eggs,bene-
dict with a marchand du vin, lob-
ster benedict, cedar-planked
salmon, shrimp and squid ink
pasta, plus lots more. The will
also be mimosas, bloody Marys,
beer and wine.
This is the 12th year of .the
event. Cost is $65, with all pro-
ceeds benefiting AIDS Help. For
reservations, call AIDS Help at
296-6196.

Auxiliary has
scholarships

The Fishermen's Hospital
Auxiliary has opened its applica-
tion period for scholarships for
those interested in careers in
medicine. Deadline to apply is
May 1. To get an application,
stop by the Marathon hospital's
front desk, contact Michelle
Teller in Human Resources or
call Dolores Larson at 395-2946.

Bobson addresses
Botanical Society

Robert Bobson, owner of
Biospheric Engineering, a land-
scape and nursery business in
Homestead, is the guest speaker
when ' the Big Pine Key
Botanical Society holds its next
meeting, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
at Lord of the Seas Lutheran
Church, Key Deer Boulevard,
Big Pine Key.
His topic will be tropical
flowering trees and shrubs.
There will be plants for sale after
the meeting. Any questions, call


Maryann at 872-5782.

Marathon Masons
host Cuban night

Marathon Masonic Lodge
323 is hosting a Cuban dinner
and dance, with music by Dave
Scott, at 6:30 p.m. March 23 at
the Marathon Elks Lodge. Cost
is $18 per person. For more
information, call Dave
Ruthenberg at 743-3351.

Blume and Cabot
speak on Monday

The Friends of the Library
Lecture Series in Key West con-
tinues Monday with authors
Judy Blume and Meg Cabot pre-
senting "A Chat with Meg and
Judy - The Write Stuff." The
program begins at 6 p.m. at The
Studios of Key West, 600 White
St.
Blume has been writing fic-
tion for more than 30 years. Her
28 titles range from picture


books to novels for adults. She is
perhaps best known for her
books for young people, among
them "Are You There God? It's
Me, Margaret."
Cabot has written more than
50 novels for both adults and
teens, many of which have been
New York Times bestsellers,
most notably "The Princess
Diaries" series.

Free spay day
is on Wednesday

The Key Largo Animal
Shelter has its next free spay day
set for Wednesday. Call Marsha
at 451-0088 for an appointment.

AARP driver
class offered

An evening class in seniors'
driving skills begins this week in
Tavernier.
The AARP Driver Safety
Class will run from 6 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday. There


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Beautification Advisory Board Workshop 03/17/09 4:00pm


Land Acquisition Advisory Committee
Meeting
Beautification Advisory Board Workshop
Firefighter Pension Board Meeting
City Council-Staff Agenda Briefing and
Workshop
Beautification Advisory Board Meeting
City Council Meeting
Beautification Advisory Board Meeting
Near Shore Waters Committee


03/23/09. 11:00am

03/24/09 4:00pm
03/30/09 5:00pm
03/31/09 10:00am

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03/31/09 5:30pm
04/01/09 1:30pm
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is no test, but participants must
attend each session to receive
credit. Most insurance compa-
nies offer a discount for people
older than age 50 for completing
the course.
The class, being held at
Mariners Hospital at mike 91.5,
costs $12 for AARP members


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and $14 for others. Cost incle-es
a workbook.
At least 15 people must regis-
ter in advance for the class to be
held. Classes also can be sched-
uled for community groups. Call
instructor Mary Lou Wilkinson
at 852-1620.


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City Hall Conference Room, 9805 Overseas Hwy.

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Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.
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Edward Jones Investments, 10065 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon Gov. Center, EOC Room, 2798 Overseas Hwy.
FDOT, Conference Room, 3100 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.


To view the full City of Marathon calendar please visit: www.ci.marathonfl.us
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any mat-
ter considered at any meeting or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings and for such purposes he or she
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made; which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based. The City of Marathon complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you are a disabled per-
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Public Meetings Scheduled by and with the City of Marathon for March & April 2009

City Council Members , ,. City Manager
Michael Cinque, Mayor Clyde Burnett
Don Vasil, Vice Mayor " .. --j City Attorneys
Dick Ramsay, Councilmember ' , " Stearns Weaver Miller
Ginger Snead, Councilmember ..>- --' Weissler Alhadeff
Pete Worthington, Councilmember CITY OF MARATHON & Sitterson, PA

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Saturday, March 14, 2009
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Sports & Outdoors


- briefs


Go-cart racing
benefits lacrosse

Speed Demons, a go-cart
"tack in Florida City, is
hosting a fundraiser for the
Coral Shores High School
lacrosse'teams.
For $50, you can enter a
March 29 racing event.
Practice races start at 11
a.m., qualify ing is at 1 pn..
and heat races start at 5, fol-
lowed by a championship
race.
Participants are entitled
to a free practice race every
daN from now until the
event. Racers must be age
"'for older to participate.
More information and
entr\ packets, call Caila
Bahn at 394-18 I% or Laura
Gasser at 664-6560

Pro tennis players
stage Keys event
[To 'olld-ranked tennis.
players fior Russia stage
an exhibition for Ke\ Largo
School students March 20.
lgor Andree\, the No 22-
ranked men's player, and
Maria Kirilenko. the No.
35-ranked women's pla er.
-are scheduled to appear in
an event to promote YMCA
Tennis programs at Ke\
Largo Comnutunit Park.
They are slated to %olle� on
a special court erected
inside the g.mnasiunm
Both own , victories o% er
some of the %orid's biggest
stars, and ha'e advanced
into the late rounds of
Grand Slam tennis events.

Key West rugby
recruiting players

The Key West Rugby
Club is recruiting players of
all skill levels and abilities;
no experience required.
Practices are held Tues-
days and Thursdays at 6:30
p.m. at the fields adjacent to
Fort Zachary Taylor. For
more information, call Bill'
McDonough at 849-2753.


Conchs edge Fins


By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor


From the beginning of
Thursday evening's softball
thriller at Key West High's Back
Yard ballpark, Marathon meant
business.
The Dolphins had brought
down a contingent of fans
(including the principal and ath-


Softball game goes down to
final inning, Key West wins 5-4


letic director), and in their blue-
and-white uniforms showed they
have become a team to be reck-
oned with.
But as dusk descended, the


Coral Shores Ryan Biondoletti delivers a
visiting Bulldogs, 1-0, Wednesday.


Conchs, who had a lot more
power, just as much resiliency -
and the last at-bat - won, 5-4, on
pitcher Lauren Wells' third con-
secutive hit.
"You couldn't ask for a better
game," said Marathon coach


Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
strike against Archbishop Carroll, beating the


Biondoletti flawless


Cane pitcher
tosses complete
shutout victory
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow @ keynoter.com

To preserve a one-run mar-
gin, Coral Shores senior Ryan
Biondoletti struck out five of
the last seven Archbishop
Carroll hitters he faced
Wednesday, winning 1-0.
"Carroll's a good-hitting


team so I wanted to keep the
ball away from them," said the
left-hander. "My breaking ball
was working pretty well to keep
them off-balance."
Biondoletti (3-1) held Carroll
to three hits as logged his first
complete game of the season as
Coral Shores improved to 7-2.
He had nine strikeouts, five in
the final two innings.
"I was feeling good,"
Biondoletti said. "I did a lot of
conditioning this week."
A one-run win counts the


same as a 10-run win, said head
coach Jeff Meyers.
"We played well against a
team that always gives us a
close game," he said. "We got
the win, which is the only thing
that matters."
Coral Shores had eight hits,
with designated hitter Bobby
DePaula and shortstop Fabian
Placencia getting two each.
Catcher Jonathan Rodriguez,
hitting in the No. 9 spot, singled
in the game's only run in the
second inning.


See HURRICANES / 33


Andrea Murphy. "We never
stopped fighting. I was impressed
with every one of our players."
The Dolphins took a 2-0 first-
inning lead. Morgan Longstreth
led off with an infield hit and
scored when left fielder Sarah
Rodriguez dropped Shelby
Kuck's fly ball. Kuck later scored
See SOFTBALL / 33


Tennis


Dolphins


rout the


Sabres

Teams record
14 straight
match wins
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


It was quite a homecoming
for the Marathon High School
tennis team Wednesday, as the
boys and girls teams won 14
consecutive matches en route to
easy victories over St. Brendan
High School.
The Dolphins played their
first home match at Marathon
Community Park after begin-
ning the season with five and six
away games respectively. The
girls faced Carrollton, an all-
girls school, last Friday.
The boys team won its sec-
ond straight match and
improved to 2-3 on the year. No.
1 player John Danaher won 8-1,
while No. 2 Kerry Wonderlin (8-
0), No. -3 Weston Wiatt (8-2),
No. 4 Jonnie Lancaster (8-0) and
No. 5 Riley Durkin (forfeit)
helped the Dolphins sweep the
singles matches against the
Sabres.
Danaher and Wonderlin com-
bined to win No. 1 doubles 8-3,
while Durkin and Steve Nelson
won a close 9-7 No. 2 match to
complete the sweep.
See DOLPHINS / 34










Galvan homers for first time


SSports & Outdoors


Saturday, March 14, 2009


SOFTBALL / From 32

on a passed ball.
Marathon pitcher Alli Heller
struck out Alicia Arazzola and
Wells in the first, even though
Key West cut the lead to 2-1 on
an RBI single by Brianna
Masiello.
In the third, with two out and
runners at second and third,
Kelley Struyf grounded to short-
stop Ceci Cervantes, who threw
to third to get the runner coming
over. But Longstreth, who had
been on third, crossed the plate
before the out and Marathon was
up 3-1.
In the Key .West third, fresh-
man Kendall Galvan hit a home
run over the left-field fence,
though she didn't know it.
I thought it bounced over," she
said later through a mouth of col-
orful braces. "I stopped at second
and everyone was going crazy,
yelling, 'Go, go, go.' "
It was her first varsity home
run - "best feeling ever" - and
the Conchs' first homer of the sea-
son. And then Wells hit the second
- a liner over the fence in left-
center, and the game was sudden-


ly tied, 3-3. "That inning boosted
our confidence," Wells said.
On the mound, Heller flashed
a those-things-happen smile, then
got the third out and pitched
another scoreless inning before
giving way to Megan Gardner in
the fifth.
After the first two batters were
retired by Gardner in the fifth,
Arazzola doubled and scored on
a single by Wells.-The Conchs
maintained that 4-3 lead until the
seventh when Gardner scored on
an error. Later, with Michelle
Sardina on third and two out,
Kuck appeared to strike out. The
ball came loose and Kayla
Reams, the catcher, threw to first
to get Kuck on a close play.
The go-ahead run denied, a
Marathon fan yelled, "Come on,
Blue, you riding the Conch Train
home?" (The home-plate umpire
had actually ruled that Kuck had
struck out and the ball had been
caught by Reams.)
The Conchs wasted no time in
their seventh. Galvan reached
first base on an error. Arazzola
laid down a sacrifice bunt, and
when the throw to first was
muffed, Galvan went to third.
She then came home with the


winning run when Wells singled
to right.
"That's my daughter," an elat-
ed coach Steve Wells said after
the celebration had ebbed. Of
Marathon, he said, "Those girls
were scrappy. We earned every-
thing we got."
As the Dolphins (7-8) trooped
toward their bus, the happy
Conchs (7-3) made plans to meet
at Outback.

Fins handle Palmer
The Dolphins earned what
was their fifth consecutive victo-
ry Tuesday behind a monster
effort from Struyf.
Struyf belted two home runs
and knocked in four runs to help
the Dolphins to a 7-2 victory over
the visiting Palmer Trinity
School. Megan Gardner pitched a
complete game six-hitter with
three strikeouts.
Marathon blew the game open
with four runs in the third inning.
Samantha Rodamer singled to
score Longstreth, but Strufy pro-
vided the knockout with a three-
run homer that scored Kuck and
Rodamer to make it a 6-1 game at
the time. Struyf added another
home run in the fifth inning.


- Photo by BERT BUDDE
Key West coach Steve Wells celebrates with his daughter
Lauren, left, and Alicia Arrazola after the Conchs' 5-4 victory
over Marathon.


Hurricanes host three


HURRICANES / From 32

Travis Sebastian scored on the
one-out hit after reaching on a
walk and advancing on an infield
error.
"I was staying focused," said
Rodriguez, a sophomore. "Coach
told me to get a hit and that's
what I did."
Coral Shores played well


behind Biondoletti, said Meyers.
"Travis Sebastian made a great
play in left field to help us pre-
serve the shutout."
The Hurricanes play three
games in three days this week, all
at home. The Canes face Miami
Country Day on Monday, Lenoir
City of Tennessee on Tuesday,
and Ransom Everglades on
Wednesday. All games start at
3:30 p.m. at Founders Park.


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of Wednesday, March 18, Monday, March 23 and Monday, April 6 for bridge maintenance work.
Once the closure is lifted the bridge will reopen to traffic with weight restrictions for vehicles
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Canes win track meet


Rifftle leads
Coral Shores
with four wins
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
Bla.dlow@keynoter.corn

Darius Kittle scored four first-
place finishes to lead the Coral
Shores High School boys to a
team victory in a quad track-and-
field meet Tuesday in Tavernier.
The Hurricanes scored 86
team points to top St. Brendan's
52 and Palmer Trinity's 22.
Coral Shores' girls, with four


first-place finishes from Latrice
Johnson, took third with 66
points among four girls teams.
Kittle won the boys sprints in
the 100 meters (11.28) and 200
meters (22.98), and the long jump
at 18-9.
The boys' 4x400 team with
Andres Hortensi, Norman Dixon,
Kyle Hargis and Kittle took first
place with a 4:02 time.
Johnson won the girls 100 and
200, the high jump, and ran with
Coral Shores' winning 4x800
team.
Coral Shores travels to Belen
Jesuit on Tuesday.


The Hurricanes top finishers
Tuesday (event, finish, name,
time or distance):

Boys
* Triple jump: 1. Andres
Hortensi, 33-9; 2. Jon Kaicher,
29-4; 3. Jon Bogue, 28-0.
* Long jump: 1. Darius
Kittle, 18-9; 3. Cyle Marshall,
15-4.
* Pole vault: 1. Liam
O'Connor, 11-6; 2. Will Mulkeen,
8-0; 3. Davis Zekthi, 7-6.
* 110 hurdles: 1. Adam
Gibbs, 19.02; 2. Kyle Hargis,
19.57.
* 300 hurdles: 1. Hargis,
47.0; 2. Gibbs, 52.72.


Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
Norman Dixon takes the baton from Andres Hortensi during an
exchange by the Coral Shores winning 4x400 meter relay
team in a four-team meet Tuesday in Tavernier.


+ 3200 run: 1. Myles Turton,
11:54; 2. J. Bogue, 12:41.
* 100 sprint: 1. Kittle, 11.28.
* 200 sprint: 1. Kittle, 22.98.
* 4x400 relay: 1. Coral
Shores (Kittle, Dixon, Hortensi,
Hargis), 4:02.
* Shot put: 2. Mulkeen, 29-9.

Girls
* Pole vault: 1. Emily Hiller.
* 1600 run: 1. Joanna McCoy,


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5:17.
+ 3200 run: 1. Joanna McCoy,
11:34.
* 4x800 relay. 1. Coral
Shores (Noble, Cuppett, McCoy,
Johnson), 11:02.
* High hump: 1. Latrice
Johnson, 5-0.
* 100 sprint: 1. Johnson (time
unavailable).
* 200 sprint: 1. Johnson,
28.05.


Brossard and Farello won 8-2
in the No. 1 doubles match and
Michelle Bellevue and Marina
Kay Wiatt won the No. 2 match
8-0.
"We knew we were stronger
coming into the match, so our
girl's team focused on executing
tactics we have been working on
in practice in a match environ-
ment. I am pleased with what I
saw from the team today," coach
Chris Bull said.
Marathon was scheduled to
take on Palmer Trinity School
Friday. The Dolphins are sched-
uled to host Key West High
School at the Community Park
at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday.


Keynoter


DOLPHINS / From.32

"The boys team has shown
great improvement this season,
especially in the last two weeks.
It was great their hard work paid
off with success on game day,"
said boys coach Nicole Berger.
The girls team had an even
easier time, losing just seven of
63 games and improving to 5-1
this season.
No. I Marisa Brossard, No. 2
Angela Farello and No. 3 Kelsey
Wonderlin all notched 8-1 victo-
ries, while sisters Michelle and
Michaelle Rose Bellevue won 8-
2 and 8-0 respectively.


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Saturday, March 14, 2009 35


Lions pounce all over Eagles

ICS baseball ' --
falls to 1-4 . '
following rout
Keynoter Staff


Island Christian kept it close
through for innings Thursday,
but Westminster Academy got
its offense in gear in the late
innings for a 19-2 win.
The visiting Lions (4-3), a
Class 2A team from Broward
County, scored 13 runs in the
last two innings.
Eagle starting pitcher Phillip
Izaguirre held Westminster to
three runs through three innings,
then homered in the bottom of
the third to make a 3-2 game.
Westminster, led by former
Eagle coach Joe Shadowens,
added two runs in the fourth.
Island Christian coach Tony
Hammon went to Aaron
Izaguirre and Jordan Izaguirre in
a bid to untrack the Lions' hit-
ting spree, but it was to no avail.
Island Christian (1-4) man-
aged three hits but were largely
frustrated by Westminster senior
Patrick Nichols and reliever
Alex Buschmann.
Island Christian plays Brito
Private at Redd Park in Miami
on Monday, then travels to rival
Princeton Christian on Friday.

briefs


Friends of the Pool
plans swim-a-thon

The Islamorada Friends of
the Pool host a swim-a-thon
March 21 at the Founders Park
pool in Islamorada from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. It'll include lap swim-
ming, swim clinics, contests,
music, food, games and a
celebrity swim-off.
The swim-a-thon is a
fundraiser to support swim and
dive programs in the Upper
Keys as well as new program-
ming to include adult fitness
programs, summer teams, mas-
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camps, learn-to-swim programs,
and senior swim programs.
A local benefactor has agreed
to match dollar for dollar all
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Given leads softball Canes


Coral Shores
goes to 5-3
on the diamond
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
klvadlow@keynoter.com

Enjoying home-field advan-
tage for the first time in a month,
the Coral Shores softball Lady


Hurricanes stopped Carrollton, 6-
2, Wednesday.
Junior Holly Given limited the
Cyclones to three hits as the Canes
improved to 5-3 in fast pitch.
Second baseman Stephanie
Lietaert slapped two hits and
scored three runs for Coral
Shores.
Coral Shores rolled out to a 5-
1 lead, but struggled to score in


the late innings against Carrolton
(5-3).
"We had seven hits but hit the
ball better than that," said Paul
Grewe, co-coach with Mike
Young. "We hit line drives but
they went right at people."
Courtney Molnar, Andrea
Cockerham, Amanda Wahbe,
Michelle Sexton and Shelby
Gentes each had a single hit.
"If we can score when we put
our leadoff runner on base, we


tend to win," Grewe said. "If we
leave them there, like we did last
.week against Ransom, we lose.
This isn't rocket science."
Coral Shores played "a solid
game on defense with two errors.
Results of a Friday game


Coral Shores
pitcher Holly
Given stays on
target to beat
Carrollton, 6-2,
Wednesday.

Keynoter photo by
KEVIN WADLOW
against Palmer Trinity were
pending at press time.
The Hurricanes play home
games against Princeton Christian
on Monday, and Marathon High
School, on Wednesday. Both
games begin at 4 p.m.


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Key West High School boys
soccer coach Jason Clifford has
been awarded a sabbatical to
coach and teach at Ohio
University in Athens, but hopes
to return to lead the Conchs next
winter.
His application was approved
this week by the Monroe County
School Board.
Clifford, 35, who has been at
Key West since 1998 and the
soccer coach since 2001, said he
expects to coach Ohio U's girls
varsity soccer team in the fall.
"I will be in the graduate pro-
gram," he said. "I will also teach
a physical-education class, prob-
ably basic soccer skills."
Next spring, Clifford will
coach the school's men's club
soccer team. "They do not have
a varsity men's program, so club'
is the highest level of men's soc-


cer at the school," he said.
With his winter quarter free,
Clifford said, "I hope to come
back to Key West for the sea-
son." The Conchs, who will
have a veteran team, begin play
in early November.
The move will mean a tempo-
rary separation from his wife,
Neetu Jagasia, daughter Isabelle
and son Tyler, who are both 3
years old. Neetu Jagasia, who
was born in Mumbai (formerly
Bombay), and the children will
go to India in the fall and stay at
a family home in a Mumbai sub-
urb while Clifford, who was
born in southern Ohio and grew
up in Columbus, stays at a fami-
ly farm near Athens.
"It's going to be a difficult
shift being away from the kids,"
he said. "I am not sure how to
deal with that."
Of his new challenge, he said,
"The coaching part for me is
exciting - something new,
women's soccer - and for the
education it's a great opportuni-
ty to complete my master's
degree.".


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Lady Canes remain strong

Lacrosse team
reaches six .. ,,, .,.
" '. .;" . . . .. ....
in win column .,
By KEVIN WADLOW .T
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com -


Coral Shores' lacrosse Lady
Hurricanes notched their sixth
win of the season Thursday with
a hard-fought 9-7 decision at
Taravella.
Nine saves by goalie Dannon
Magrane helped preserve the nar-
row win in Coral Springs in
Broward County.
Scoring leader Rachel Catanio
netted eight of the nine Coral
Shores goals. Kayla Chew had a
solo goal.
Sarah Brown, Melissa Sante
and Lexi Glista each had an assist
for the Canes (6-2).
Assistant coaches Anna Noe
and Cindy Hall took over for head
coach Mark Hall, ,who could not
make the trip.
On Tuesday, the Lady


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' Coral Shores
defenders Chris
Rini (center)
and Dylan Mats
(right) work to
help goalie
Austin Armstrong
- in a 19-3 loss to
, a strong Gulliver
Prep team
Tuesday.
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. --- .--"-'= KEVIN WADLOW


Hurricanes outscored Chaminade, Magrane took some time away playoffs beginning April 1.
20-1. from the net to score a goal.
"Chaminade is a new program Coral Shores' girls visit Boys at 2-6
so we played our reserves for a Killian on Tuesday, then play the The Hurricane boys lacrosse
lot of the game," said Cindy Hall. last home game of the regular team lost twice this week but
"Several girls got to score their season at 4:30 p.m. Thursday looked good only once, said head
first varsity goal so that was good against Palmer Trinity. coach Barnaby Rich.
experience." Coral Shores hosts the district On Tuesday, the Canes (2-6)


scored moments into the game
against visiting Gulliver Prep for
a rare lead against the talented
Raiders. Gulliver went on to a 19-
3 win but the Coral Shores effort
cheered the coaching staff.
"That actually was a very pos-
itive step for us," said Rich.
"It was the first time we've
scored first against Gulliver, the
most we've ever scored on them,
and the first time we've held
them to under 20 goals - and
Gulliver wanted 20 goals," he
said. "Our defense played very
well. We met most of the goals
we set for the game."
Things were different
Thursday as the Canes slumped
in a 9-1 loss to Ransom
Everglades. Brett Berry scored
the lone Coral Shores goal.
"Sometimes there's not ngokh
good to say," said the coach. "We
have to put that one behind us and
move on."
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games at 6 p.m. Thursday against
Palmer Trinity, and American
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M IlUNCEMENTS A ESTATE SALES
110 Legal Notices 810 Homes For Sale
120 Fictitious Names 812 Mobile Homes For Sale
130 Lost & Found 825 Condo/Duplex For Sale
170 Personals
180 Fee nems 845 Other Florida For Sale
190 Miscellaneous 860 Out Of State For Sale
i AYMENT 880 Lots/Acreage For Sale
890 Business Property For Sale
260 General/Miscellaneous 895 Miscellaneous
265 Heallhcare 895 Miscellaneous
270 Office/Clerical '' IN '.NE
275 Professional 1150 Power Boats
280 Restaurants/Bars/Hotels 1160 Sailboats
285 Situations Wanted
1170 Outboard/Inboard Engines
CElS 1180 Dock Rentals/Sales
330 Business Services 1190 Miscellaneous
360 Professional Services
N ANDISE UtPORTATION
1350 Automobile
515 Antiques/Collectibles 1360 Mopeds/Motorcycles
525 Auctions
545 Yard Sale/Flea Market 1370 Trucks/SUVsNans
575 Pets 1380 Campers/Recreational Vehicles
590 Miscellaneous 1390 Miscellaneous

610 Business Opportunities
620 Money To Loan
690 Miscellaneous
MW1 ESTATE RENTALS
710 Homes For Rent
712 Mobile Homes For Rent ;.
725 Apt/Condo/Duplex For Rent .
740 Roommates/Rooms For Rent . '
745 Other Florida For Rent
750 Vacation Rentals
760 Out Of Slate For Rent
790 Business Property For Rent
795 Miscellaneous

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ANNOUNCEMENTS


Legal Notices

No. 6724300

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.
44-09-CP-037-K
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JAMES E. CONKLIN, III
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of JAMES E.
CONKLIN, III, deceased,
whose date of death was
December29th, 2008,
and whose social
security number is xxx-
xx-1947, is pending in the
Circuit Court for MON-
ROE County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 500
Whitehead Street, Key
- West, Florida 33040. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.

All creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is
required to be served
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFA COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
Continued on the
Next Column


110
Legal Notices
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is March 7, 2009.
Personal Representative
JAMES E. CONKLIN, IV
22957 Long Ben Lane
Cudjoe Key, FL 33042

RICHARD E. WARNER,
P.A.
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Telephone:
(305) 743-6022
Florida Bar No. 283134

Publish March 7,14,
2009
.Florida Keys Keynoter


No.6762500

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE16TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY
CASE NO.:
2008-CA-1369-K
CIVIL DIVISION

VALENTINA GROMICK,
Plaintiff
Vs.
MICHAEL McMAHON,
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR PUBLICATION
TO: Michael McMahon
(address and residence
unknown; last known
address is: Harbor
Place 107, #127,100
Admiral Lane, Key
West, FL, 33040),
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that a civil action for dam-
ages, Complaint regard-
ing payment of debts,
has been filed against
you. You are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to
this action on Roberta S.
Fine, Esquire, Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address
is 1075 Duval Street,
C-14, Key West, Florida
33040, on or before April
6, 2009, and file the
original with the clerk of
this court at Monroe
County Courthouse, 323
Fleming St., Key West,
Florida, 33040, eitherbe-
fore service on Petition-
er's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be en-
Continued on the i
Next Column


110
Legal Notices
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the
petition.
DATED this 2nd day of
March, 2009

CLERKOFTHE
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Riza Tabag
Deputy Clerk

Publish
March 7, 14,21,28,2009
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.6773900

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2009-CP-16-M
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ELEANOR 0.
STANDISH
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of ELEANOR 0.
STANDISH, deceased,
whose date of death was
January 13th, 2009, and
whose social security
number is xxx-xx-7444,
is pending in the Circuit
Courtfor MONROE
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 3117 Overseas
Highway, Marathon, FL
33050. The names and
addresses of the person-
al representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is
required to be served
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFACOPYOFTHIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
Continued on the
Next Column


110
Legal Notices

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first
publication of this notice
is March 7,2009.
Personal Representative
PHOEBESTANDISH
PO Box 134
Bridgewater, VT 05034

RICHARD E. WARNER,
P.A.
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Telephone:
(305) 743-6022
Florida Bar No. 283134

Publish March 7, 14,
2009
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.6893400

Invitation to Bid
Culverts &
Maintenance Dredging.

Sealed proposals for
RFP Bid # 09-001 -
Dredging and Culverts
Maintenance will be re-
ceived byTamrah Hill,
Purchasing, Florida Keys
Community College,
5901 College Road, Key
West, FL 33040. Propos-
als will be accepted until
1:30 p.m. on April 23,
2009. Bids shall be re-
ceived in sealed en-
velopes plainly marked,
BID # 09-001 Dredging
and CulVerts Mainte-
nance, name and ad-
dress of bidder, time
and date due. Any pro-
posals received after the
time and date specified
will not be considered.
The RFP information can
be obtained by contact-
ing Tamrah Hill at
305-809-3222 or visit
www.fkcc.edu, Pur-
chasing for more infor-
mation regarding the
RFP. A mandatory site
visit and pre-proposal
conference will be held at
1:30 p.m. on March 31.
Continued on the
Next Column


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
BY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, '\N ; L. KOLHAGE, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Monroe County, Florida. will, on the
25th day of MARCH 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at 500 Whitehead Street, Monroe County, in the City of Key West, Florida, offer for sale, and sell
at Public outcry to the highest and best bidder for CASH the following described property situated in Monroe County, Florida, to wit:


Part of Government Lot 1, Section 19, Township 65
South. Range 34 East, Grassy I,. .. Monroe County,
Florida. and is more particularly described as follows:

COMMENCING at the intersection of the West line of
Seet:6i 30. township 65 South, Range 34 East and the
centerline of U.S. Highway Number 1, go North 50
de-rwec 53 minutes East along tle centerline of U.S.
H. i . j, Number I a distance of 4,432.27 feet to a
point: thence South 2 degrees 32 minutes East a dis-
tance of 62.27 feet to a point on the Southeasterly
right-of-way line of U.S. Highway Number I which
point is the POINT OF BEGINNING of the tract of
land hereinafter described; thence North 50 degrees 53
minutes East along the said Southeasterly right-of-way
line a distance of 296.54 feet to a point of curve, said
curve being concave to the South, having a central
angle of 17 degrees 44 minutes and a radius of
3,769.83 feet: thence Northeasterly along said curve
and continuing along said Southeasterly right-of-way
line a distance of 1,166.79 feet to a point of tangent;
thence North 68 degrees 38 minutes East along said
Southeasterly right-of-way line a distance of 279.73
fe&-sr-a point: thence South 2 degrees 31 minutes East
a distance of 680 feet. more or less. to the shoreline of
the Straits of Florida: thence Westerly and Southerly
along the meanders of said shoreline to a point of inter-
section with a bearing of South 2 degrees 32 minutes
East through the Point of Beginning, thence North 2
degrees 32 minutes West a-distance of 1,241.10 feel,
more or less back to the Point of Beginning: containing
35.35 acres.

Also
Situated in the County of Monroe and the State of
Florida and known as being a parcel of land on Grassy
Key. in part of Government Lot 1. Section 19,
Township 65 South, Range 34 East, and being more
particularly described by metes and bounds as follows:

COMMENCING at the intersection of the Southerly
right-of-way line of U.S. Highway Number I and the
West line of Government Lot 1, bear North 51 degrees,
38 minutes, 0.00 seconds East along said Southerly
right-of-way for a distance of 715*19 feet tq the
Nosrd-aesterly corner of a tract of land conveyed to the
Development Corporation of the Florida Keys by deed
recorded in Official Record Book 643, Page 408 of
Monroe County Public Records; thence bear South I
degree, 47 minutes. 0.00 seconds East along the
Westerly line of lands so conveyed. 249.07 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING of the parcel of land here-
inafter described; from said Point of ,..i;i,,;, bear
North 51 degrees. 38 minutes, 0.00 seconds East
340.00 feet to a point on the Easterly line of land con-


vcyed to the Development Corporation of the Florida
Keys, as aforesaid: thence bear South I degrees, 47
minutes. 0.00 seconds East along the said Easterly line
of lands conveyed to the Development Corporation of
the Florida Keys. 855.34 feet thence bear South 75
degrees, 24 minutes, 2.00 seconds West 280.00 feet to
a point on the.'" . V:"t, line of lands conveyed to the
Development Corporation of the Florida Keys, as
aforesaid: thence bear North I degree. 47 minutes, 0.00
seconds'., i .i..-1 i .. ..1 Westerly line of lands con-
veyed to the Development Corporation of the Florida
Keys as aforesaid. 714.81 feet back to the Point of
Beginning and containing 4.9206 acres of land.

Also
Situated in" the County of Monroe and the State of
Florida and known as being a parcel of land on Grassy
Key in a part of Government Lot 1, Section 19,
Township 65 South, Range 34 East, and being more
. a .. l , , .. d.L..cr:. t. metes and bounds as follows:

COMMENCING at the intersection of the Southerly
right-of-way line of U.S. Highway Number I and the
West line of Government Lot I, bear North 51 degrees,
38 minutes, 0.00 seconds East along said Southerly
right-of-way line for a distance of 715.19 feet to the
Northwesterly corner of a tract of land conveyed to the
Development Corporation Qf the Florida Keys by deed
recorded in Official Record Book 643, Page 408 of
Monroe County Public Records and POINT OF
BEGINNING of the parcel of land hereinafter
described; from said Point .fr ,,,,t,,,_. *...., .I. .
ing North 51 degrees, 38 n.....i . , i,, , .... . 1 I
along said Southerly right-of-way line for a distance of'
340.00 feet to the Northeasterly corner of land con-
veyed to the Development Corporation of the Florida
Keys, as aforesaid; thence bear South I degree, 47 min-
utes, 0.00 seconds East along the Easterly line of lands
conveyed as aforesaid 249.07 feet: thence bear South
51 degrees, 38 minutes, 0.00 seconds West 340.00 feet
to a point on the Westerly line of land conveyed to the
Development Corporation of the Florida Keys. as
aforesaid; thence bear North 1 degree, 47 minutes. 0.00
seconds West along the said Westerly line of lands con-
veyed as aforesaid 249.07 feet back to the Point of
Beginning, and containing 1.561 acres of land.

Also
Situated in the County of Monroe and the State of
Florida and known as being a parcel of land on Grassy
Key in a part of Government Lot 1, Section 19,
Township 65 South, Range 34 East, and being more
particularly described by metes and bounds as follows:

COMMENCING at the intersection of the Southerly


right-of-way line of U.S. Highway Number I and the
West line of Government Lot I, bear North 51 degrees,
38 minutes. 0.00 seconds East along said Southerly
right-of-way line for a distance of 715.19 feet to the
Northwesterly comer of a tract of land conveyed to the
Development Corporation of the Florida Keys by deed
recorded in Official Record Book 643, Page 408 of
Monroe County Public Records, thence bear South I
degree, 47 minutes, 0.00 seconds East along the
Westerlyv line of lands so conveyed 963.88 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING of the parcel of land here-
inafter described; from said Point of Beginning bear
North 75 degrees, 24 minutes. 2.00 seconds East 280.00
feet to a point on the Easterly line of land conveyed to
the Development Corporation of the Florida Keys, as
aforesaid; thence bear South 1 degree. 47 minutes, 0.00
seconds East along the said Easterly line of lands con-
veyed as aforesaid 135.88 feet to a point on the shore-
line of the Straits of Florida; thence meander the shore-
line of the Straits of Florida in a Westerly direction to
the point of intersection of said shoreline with the
Westerly line of land conveyed to the Development
Corporation of the Florida Keys, as aforesaid; thence
bear North I degree, 47 minutes. 0.00 seconds West
i..- . ,;. Westerly line of land conveyed as afore'-
said 136.23 feet, more or less, back to the Point of
Beginning, and containing 1.00 acres of land above
mean high water, to be the same, riore or less, due to
accretion or erosion.

Also
A parcel of bay bottom land in the Straits of Florida,
Southeasterly of and adjacent to a part of Government
Lot 1,Section 19, i i . I . v.i,,1 I-'..,, 34 East, ont
Grassy Key, Monroe County, Florida, and being more
particularly described by metes and bounds as follows:

COMMENCING at the intersection of the West line of
Section 30, Township 65 South, Range 34 East and the
center line of U.S. I .-'.1 ,. Number 1. bear North 50
degrees, 53 minutes, 0.00 seconds East along said cen-
terline for a distance of 4, 432.21 feet to a point; thence
bear South 2 degrees. 32 minutes. 0.00 seconds East
for a distance of 1,303.47 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING on the shoreline of the Straits of Florida:
from said Point of Beginning bear South 38 degrees,
2-' ,n. 1. i,11 i.-, ,..,ml 1 .1 I,.,a distance of 640 feet
to a point which is 600 feet from the shoreline, meas-
ured at right angles from same; thence bear South 65
degrees, 08 minutes, 0.00 seconds West 280 feet, more
or less, to a point; thence bear North 38 degrees, 22
minutes. 0.00 seconds West for a distance of 640 feet,
more or less, back to the shoreline; thence meander the
shoreline in a Northeasterly direction for a distance of
280 feet, more or less, back to the Point of Beginning.


Pursuant to the DEFAI LTI FIN ML .t if iEM-1F M I OF FORECLOSURE entered in a case pending in Said Court, the style of which is:

3052 REAL ESTATE CORP., a New York Corporation
Plaintiff,
v.

AQUACULTURE CENTER OF THE FLORIDA KEYS, LLC, a Florida Limited Liability Company, 3052 WEST 21ST STREET, LLC,
a'ev York Limited Liability Company, JOSEPH BEROV and JOHN AND JANE DOE AS UNk.NI m'i N TENANTS) IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants

And the Docket Number which is Number: 08-CA-322-M


Witness my hand and the Official Seal of said-Court, this 24th day of FEBRUARY, 2009.


Danny L. Kolhage
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Monroe County, Florida


By: Tammy Marciel
Deputy Clerk
Florida Statute 45.031: Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than
theiroperty owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Published Ke


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Legal Notices
Maintenance Dredging

Sealed proposals for
RFP Bid # 09-001 -
Dredging and Culverts
Maintenance will be re-
ceived byTamrah Hill,
Purchasing, Florida Keys
Community College,
5901 College Road, Key
West, FL 33040. Propos-
als will be accepted until
1:30 p.m. on April 23,
2009. Bids shall be re-
ceived in sealed en-
velopes plainly marked,
BID # 09-001 Dredging
and Culverts Mainte-
nance, name and ad-
dress of bidder, time
and date due. Any pro-
posals received after the
time and date specified
will not be considered.

The RFP information can
be obtained by contact-
ing Tamrah Hill at
305-809-3222 or visit
www.fkcc.edu, Pur-
chasing for more infor-
mation regarding the
RFP. A mandatory site
visit and pre-proposal
conference will be held at
1:30 p.m. on March 31,
2009 in the Boardroom
located in Bldg. A on the
CollegersStock Island
Campus, located on
5901 College Road in
Key West.

Please submit all propos-
als and questions in writ-
ing toTamrah Hill, Pur-
chasing at the address
listed above. Florida
Keys Community Col-
lege reserves the right to
reject all proposals not
deemed in the best inter-
est of the College, or not
in compliance with the
specifications. The Col-
lege reserves the right to
waive any informalities
and irregularities in said
proposals.

Publish
March 7,14, 21,2009
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No.7044700

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 16TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FORAND MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION'
CASE NO:
44-09-CP-040-K
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
LEE T. MC GRADY,
Deceased

NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
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110
Legal Notices
The administration of the
Estate of Lee T. Mc-
Grady, Deceased, Case
No. 44-09-CP-040-K, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Monroe County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
500 Whitehead Street,
Key West, Florida 33040.
The name of the Person-
al Representative and
the Personal Represen-
tative's attorney are set
forth below.

All interested persons are
required to file with this
Court, WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS FROM
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST publication of this
notice: (1) all claims .
against the Estate of Lee
T. McGrady, Deceased,
and (2) any objection by
an interested person to
whom notice was mailed,
that challenges the validi-
ty of the Will, the qualifi-
cations of the Personal
Representative, venue or
jurisdiction of this Court.

ALL CLAIMS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

Dated this 9th the day of
March 2009
Jason Mc Grady
801 Pine St., Apt. 4D
Seattle, WA. 98101

As Personal Representa-
tive of the.Estate of Lee
T. McGrady, Deceased

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
CHARLES M.
MILLIGAN
Attorney at Law
420 Fleming Street
P.O. Box 1367
Key West, FL
33041-1367
(305) 294-8885
FBN: 0246948
First published on:
March 11, 2009
Publish
March 11, 14, 2009
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No.7045800

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 16TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
MONROE COUNTY .

Case #:
CAP 07 000079 9

Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company, as
Trustee for Long Beach
Mortgage Loan Trust
2006-7
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Legal Notices
Plaintiff,
-vs-
Susan E. Turner: et. al
Defendant(s).

AMENDED NOTICE OF
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order rescheduling fore-
closure sale dated Feb-
ruary 11,2009 entered in
Civil CaseNo. CAP 07
000079 9 of the Circuit
Court of the 16th Judicial
Circuit in and for Monroe
County, Florida, wherein
Deutsche Bank National
Trust company, as
Turstee for Long Beach
Mortgage Loan Trust
2006-7, Plaintiff and Su-
san E. Turner, Individual-
ly and as Personal Rep-
resentative of the Estate
of Anthony Scott Turner,
Deceased are defen-
dant(s), I will sell to the
highest and best bidder
for cash, AT THE MON-
ROE COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, 500 WHITE-
HEAD STREET, KEY
WEST, FL, 33040, AT
11:00 A.M., MARCH 18,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judge-
ment, to-wit:

A PART OF LOT 6 AND
7, OF BLOCK, OF
STRATTON'S SUBDIVI-
SION, AS RECRODED
IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
38, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF MON-
ROE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED BY METES
AND BOUNDS AS FOL-
LOWS:

COMMENCING ATTHE
SOUTH CORNER OF
LOT 7, BEAR NORTH 44
DEGREES 30 MINUTES
EAST ALONG THE
NORTHWESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF AN
UNNAMED STREET
FORA DISTANCE OF
65 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING OF THE
PARCEL OF LAND
HEREINAFTER DE-
SCRIBED; FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING
FROM A DEFLECTED
ANGLE TO THE LEFT
OF 89 DEGREES 31
MINUTES 45 SECONDS
AND BEAR NORTH 45
DEGREES 01 MINUTES
45 SECONDS WEST
FOR A DISTANCE OF
325 FEETTO A POINT;
THENCE WITH A DE-
FLECTED ANGLE TO
THE LEFT OF 56 DE-
GREES 28 MINUTES
AND BEARING SOUTH
78 DEGREES 30 MIN-
UTES 15 SECONDS
WEST FORA DIS-
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TANCE OF 108 FEET,
MORE OR LESS TO
THE SHORELINE OF
AN EXISTING CANAL;
THENCE MEANDER
THE SHORELINE IN A
SOUTHERLY, NORTH-
WESTERLY, WESTER-
LY AND SOUTHERLY
DIRECTION TO A
POINTWHICH IS 103
FEET AND BEARING
SOUTH 44 DEGREES
30 MINUTES WEST
FROM A POINT 300
FEET BEARING NORTH
45 DEGREES 01 MIN-
UTES 45 SECONDS
WEST FROM THE
POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE BEAR NORTH
44 DEGREES 30 MIN-
UTES EAST FORA DIS-
TANCE OF 88 FEET TO
A POINT; THENCE
BEAR SOUTH 45 DE-
GREES 01 MINUTE 45
SECONDS EAST FOR A
DISTANCE OF 300
FEET TO A POINT ON
THE NORTHWESTER-
LY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
SAID STREET;
THENCE BEAR NORTH
44 DEGREES 30 MIN-
UTES EAST ALONG
THE NORTHWESTER-
LY SIDEOF SAID
STREET FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 15 FEET
BACKTO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING WITH
ALL RIGHTS OF SAID
EXISTING CANAL. EX-
CEPT THE ENTRANCE
OF SAID CANAL AND A
40 FOOT STRIP OF WA-
TER WHICH IS KNOWN
AS "CHANNEL TO CA-
NAL" LEADING TO
NAVIGABLE WATER.
NO DOCKS EXCEED-
INGAWIDTH OF 2
FEET PARALLELING
THE EXISTING SHORE-
LINE ARE TO BE CON-
STRUCTED.

ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.

DATED at KEY WEST,
Florida, this 6th day of
March 2009.

DANNY L. KOLHAGE
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
Monroe County, Florida

By: RIZA TABAG
Deputy Clerk

ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
LLP
2424 North Federal High-
way. Suite 360
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Boca Raton, Florida
33431
Publish
March 11, 14, 2009
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No.7053700

CITY OF KEY COLONY
BEACH NOTICE OF
PROPOSED
ORDINANCE -

The City Commission of
the City of Key Colony
Beach, Florida, will pres-
ent the following pro-
posed ordinance for Sec-
ond Reading and Final
Passage at the Regular
City Commission Meet-
ing to be held Thursday,
March 26,2009,9:30
a.m., City Hall Auditori-
um, 600 W. Ocean Drive,
Key Colony Beach, Flori-
da.

AN ORDINANCE OF
THE CITY COMMIS-
SION OF THE CITY OF
KEY COLONY BEACH,
FLORIDA, AMENDING
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL
PROVISIONS, SEC-
TION 1-10 ORGANIZA-
TION OF CODE EN-
FORCEMENT BOARD;
APPOINTMENT OF
SPECIAL MASTER;
ADDING CHAPTER 11
OFFENSES - MISCEL-
LANEOUS, SECTION
11-4 FIRE ALARMS
AND SECTION 11-5
BURGLAR ALARMS;
REPEALING ANY CON-
FLICTING OR INCON-
SISTENT REGULA-
TIONS; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING FOR IN-
CLUSION IN THE CITY
CODE; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE

If any person decides to
appeal any decision
made by the Commission
with respect to any mat-
ter considered at the
meeting, that person will
need a record of the pro-
ceedings and for such
purpose may need to en-
sure that a verbatim re-
cord of the proceedings
is made, which record in--
cludes the testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal isto be based.

Copies of the proposed
ordinance are available
at Key Colony Beach City
Hall, 600 W. Ocean
Drive, Key Colony
Beach, Florida. Interest-
ed parties may appear at
the meeting and be heard
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110
Legal Notices
with respect to the pro-
posed ordinance.
Vickie L. Bollinger,
City Clerk

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No.7098300

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE:

ANCHOR TOWING
gives Notice of Foreclo-
sure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on
03127/2009,08:00 am at
189 US HIGHWAY 1
KEY WEST, FL
33040-5476, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes.
ANCHOR TOWING
reserves the right to
accept or reject any
and/or all bids.

1972 VOLKSWAGEN
1122032485

1996 CHRYSLER
1C3EJ56HXTN119392

2000 KIA SPORTAGE
KNDJA7233Y5636072

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No.7159200

MEETING NOTICE

The District Board of
Trustees of Florida
Keys Community Col-
lege will hold its Regular
Monthly Meeting on
Monday, March 23,
2009, at 4:0,0 P.M., in
Key West, 5901 College
Rd., on the William A.
Seeker Campus, Board
Room A-105. If a person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the
District Board of Trustees
with respect to any mat-
ter considered at that
meeting, that person may
need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the pro-
ceedings is made which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based. A copy of the
Agenda may be obtained
by writing to the Office of
the President, Florida
Keys Community
College.

Executive Secretary
District Board of Trustees
Florida Keys Community
College.

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260 * General -
Miscellaneous


260 * General -
Miscellaneous


260 * General -
Miscellaneous


Coral Reef Park Co.

John Pennekamp Division

Is seeking:


*P/T Snack Bar


* F/T Snorkel Boat Dive Master


* P/T 50/100 Ton Snorkel Boat Capt
(Dive Master Certification Required)


* P/T Glassbottom Boat Capt

(Dive Master Certification preferred,

but not required.)

* P/T Gift Shop


Benefits Available!
Paid Vacation, Health Insurance, 401K


Pickup Applications at

Ranger's Station

(305-451-6301)


Florida Keys Children's Shelter

A MULTI-PROGRAM YOUTH SERVICE AGENCY SERVING
MONROE COUNTY (FLORIDA KEYS) SEEKS QUALIFIED
APPLICANTS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS AT OUR
TAVERNIER LOCATION:
Youth Support Staff - If you are interested in a career working
with children, this could be the opportunity for you.You must be
at least 21 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent to
apply. Bachelors Degree preferred. Some nights and weekends
required. Pay rate is $10.50 to $12.50 an hour depending on_
ability and qualifications. These are Full Time positions with
benefits and part time positions. Licensure and quality assurance
standards require both male and female staff

All employees must retain a valid Florida driver's license and
receive background check and drug screening.

Please send resume via e-mail: pattiowens@fkcs.org or
fax 305-852-6902 or mail to Florida Keys Children's Shelter, Inc.
73 High Point Road Tavernier, FL 33070.

Equal Opportunity Employer








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265
Healthcare


265
Healthcare


-, REGISTERED NURSES: LOWER KEYS & KEY WEST
Registered nurses to provide direct service and case
management for a medically complex caseload of
ji,- iing Nurse Association & Hospice patients residing
in the Lower Keys and Key West. Practice within an
interdisciplinary team in a dynamic non-profit organiza-
tion, primarily making assessments and follow-up
visits using a point of care system. General computer
-rompetency and excellent communication skills are
a must. BSN and Med-Surg experience preferred.
Proven leadership skills and ability to work independ-
ently yet within a team structure required. Competitive
compensation based on experience, including on-call.
Health, dental, & 403(b) plans included in an
excellent benefits pkg.




Contact
Hospice A Visiting Nurse Association
,of the Florida Keys
1319 William Street, Key West, FI 33040
305-294-8812 Ext. 13
Fax: 305-294-9348 Email: hr@hospicevna.com
EOE Drug Free Workplace




.H HOSPITAL

Registered ER Nurse - night shifts
O.R. Surgical Tech
Part-time Pharmacy Technician
Physical Therapist
Human Resources Assistant

3301 Overseas Highway
Marathon, FL 33050 .
www.fishcrmenshospital.com
Human Resources: (305) 743-5533 ext. 5563
FAX: (305) 289-6459
Email: michele.teller@hma.com
E.O.E./Drug Free Workplace


Plantation Key
Convalescent Center
48 Highpoint Road,
Tavernier, Fl 33070


CNA's
Night Shift / Day Shift

LPN's & RN's
Night Shift / Day Shift

Data Input
Computer exp. Some Medical

305-852-3021 Ext. 3803 Kelly
DFWP/EOE



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Professional












110
Legal Notices

No. 7180200
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE:
ANCHOR TOWING
gives Notice of Foreclo-
sure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on
03/27/2009, 08:00 am at
189 US HIGHWAY 1
KEY WEST, FL
33040-5476, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes.
ANCHOR TOWING
reserves the right to
accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
1989 20 FT MAJESTIC
BOAT HIN#
RGUG12231889
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Personals
ADOPTION! Childless-
Loving Married Couple of
13 yrs is Longing To
Adopt. We Promise the
best in life & Brightest Fu-
ture. Financially Secure.
Expenses paid. Please
call Tommy & Beth
1-888-910-8926
DRIVER WANTED to
assistfdriving to NJ from
Marathon, on or about
April 9.305-743-2378

200
EMPLOYMENT

260 * General -
Miscellaneous
Cleaning Person Big
Pine/Summerland. Fri,
Sat& Mon. 3 hrs/day.
Must have car and be de-
pendable! 305-743-0697
Customer Service/
Dock Accessory Sales.
Lite Quick books entry.
Will train. MM 88.6
Atlantic Davits 853 9400


CALL
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743-5551


280 * Restaurants- 280 * Restaurants- 280 * Restaurants- 280 * Restaurants-.
Bars - Hotels Bars - Hotels Bars - Hotels Bars -Hotels


260 * General-
Miscellaneous
DOLPHIN RESEARCH
CENTER Currently has a
Plant and Equipment
Specialist: Major duties
consist of assisting in
construction projects,
electrical, plumbing and
automotive needs, plus
the maintenance of build-
ings, equipment, vehi-
cles, and boats. Must
have a clean driving re-
cord, general handyman
skills, be physically fit,
and able to work in the
Florida heat. Benefits in-
clude medical insurance,
401 (k), vacation and paid
holidays. Job descrip-
tions available at
www.dolphins.org Stop
by to fill out an application
or e-mail your resume to
drc-hr@dolphins.org
EOE
Servers needed.
Also office help P/T, must
be computer literate.
We also need an exp.
jeweler/wax model mak-
er. 453-5000.
Store Clerk, P/T week-
ends. Apply at Outdoor
Resorts, MM 65.8, Long
Key. 664-4860
265
Healthcare
Available FT/PT NURSE
Isla + Satellite offices-
Will train- Surgical skills
needed.
Pruett Dermatology
Fax Resume 664-8898
Live In Hskpr/Compan-
ion for active elderly
man. Room/Board +
Salary. Waterfront home.
Exc. Ref. and FLDL Req.
Lye msq. 305-331-4386


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270
Office - Clerical,
Available FT/PT CLERI-
CAL Isla. Will Train -
Phone, Computer.& Or-
ganization skills needed.
Pruett Dermatology
Fax resume 664-8898
Experienced Legal
Secretary, Marathon.
Must be excellent at
composition and accu-
rate typist with thorough
knowledge of Florida civil
pleadings and proce-
dure, as well as having
excellent people and
organizational skills.
Please do not apply with-
out at least these creden-
tials. Please reply to: Box
C2706, C/O Keynoter,
PO Box 500158,
Marathon, FI 33050.
OFFICE ASSIST
Office exp a MUST,
quickbooks, phone sales,
customer service. Apply
in person Ore Seafood,
1264 Ocean View Ave.
end of 15th St.
275
Professional
Chef for private estate
located in the Upper
Keys. Send resume to
caribvs@qmail.com
MONROE COUNTY
SRADMIN, ENV. RES,
MAR $51,235.42-
$64,043.32 per yr. 40
hpw. REQ: M.A. BIO or
Nat. Res. Mgmt; Trng/
Cert in Wetland Deliver-
tion prefrd; 5-7 yrs. exp.
Vet pref avail; Drugfree
wrkpl. E.O.E. Deadline:
3-23-09.292-4557;
hromonroecounty-fi.gov


275:
Professional
Part-time teaching
opportunities for the
Summer and/or Fall
Term at Florida Keys
Community College.
Instructors are needed at
our Marathon and Coral
Shores centers in the
following disciplines:
Biology and Micro Biolo-
gy, Nursing, Anatomy &
Physiology, Math,
Psychology, Spanish,
History and Fine Arts.
Master degree required.
Pay based on degree
held. Employment app
location and information
available online at
www.fkcc.edu.or call
305-809-3117.
EOE. M/F/D/V
280 * Restaurants-
Bars - Hotels
BIG PINE KEY FISHING
LODGE is looking for a
F/T hskpr, 8-3 pm, incl.
weekends. Exc. starting
pay w/benefits. 872-2351
Now Accepting Apps
New Italian Restuarant,-
Pizza cook and all posi-
tions. Email: Latitudes
sombrero@yahoo.com,
FAX: 289-9559, or apply
in person, at front desk
19 Sombrero Blvd., Mthn
SEEKING SERVERS/
BARTENDERS
with experience in fine
dining, country club or
resort. Great job with ex-
cellent compensation
package for the right indi-
vidual. Mgt. experience a
plus. Please contact
Josh at 743-2551 ext 13
or email jmothner@
sombrerocc.com.



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285
Situations Wanted
'Boat captain needs work
Dive/charter/private,
1600 ton uscg lic. dive
master. 850-449-5478
q.holcombwmchsi.com

300
SERVICES

330
Business Services
Looking for a Local
Business? See the
Florida Keys Business
Directory in every Issue
of the Keynoter!
360 * Professional
Services
Caring & Compassion-
ate. Companion/Care-
giver Days/nights.
Housekeeping, shopper,
gardener and much
more. Exc. and ref's.
305-451-2473.
Looking for a Local
Service? See the
Florida Keys Business
Directory in every Issue
of the Keynoter!

500
MERCHANDISE

545 * Yard Sales -
Flea Markets
MARATHON
Sat., 8-?
761 98th St., Ocean.
Kids stuff, tools, clothes &
misc.
Mrthn/Flamingo Island
976 Ocotillo Lane. Quali-
ty women's children'
clothing, furniture, hshold
goods. Sat., 8AM-6PM.
114 BAY VIEW DR.,
MM 74. Huge fishing
sale. Hsehold items
Saturday,
March 14,8-3 pm.


March 14, 2009


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590
Miscellaneous



100s of Beds
Factory Direct to You

4 pc. Wicker Bedroom Set $459
Queen Sleeper Sofa $369
Dinettes, Futons, Recliners
Simmons Beautyrest
www.fredsbeds.com
FINANCING AVAILABLE
, Marathon * MM 54.5 *743-7277
Big Coppitt - MM 9.5 -295-8430

590
Miscellaneous
Binoculars, Steiners,
25x80 Observers w/Van-
guard tripod. Orig $1350,
sell $990.305-393-1358
DINING RM Set, Corner
TV unit, 2 swivel/rocking
Bamboo Chair, Wht wick-
er Wall unit, $250. for all
3052023409
Furniture & Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 0/S
Hwy, Mthn. 743-6506
Ladies Trek bike hardly
used, pd $350; new cust
made queen sofa sleep-
er, micro suede tropical
pattern; new Pier One
DR table, chairs, outdoor
tbl, end tbis, house plants
Must sell! 305-240-1742
Mahogany colored
office desk with file
cabinets. Like new! $250.
MM 74.5. (305) 395-9503
Private CollectorWants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watches
Call 305-743-4578
SPA/HOT TUB Brand
new, in wrapper, seats 7,
loaded-53 jets, maint free
cabinet, hard cover, full
warranty, Retail-$7K
Sacrifice, $3300 OBO
305-764-0319

600
FINANCE

610 * Business
Opportunities
DAY SPA 2200Sq/ft.
Equipt for nails, tan, mas-
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Key West, 586-615-3559


515 * Antiques -
Collectibles


610 * Business,
Opportunities

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If interested please
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100
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent
A DUCK KEY ANNUAL
rental. Furn/unfurn. Pris-
tine, 3/2. Near Club Duck
Key. $1950/mo. Owner/
Broker 631-255-4644
ANNUAL RENTALS
2/2 Condo $1000.2/1
Canal front $1175.2/1.5
BPK, $1100 Grassy Key
3/2 $1295/mo
Call Barbara at CBSRE
305-289-6499
AVAIL NOW MM 94 3/2
Stilt. Apl, W/D, Covered-
Parking, Like New
$1600 F/S 393-8689
BEAUTIFUL UPSCALE
Lg 2/2 CBS home MM 22,
Davits, Cement Seawall,
w/d, c/a, $2000/mo+util.
Avail. 5/1 F/L/S 745-6542
BIG PINE double wide
trailer, 2/2. 31267 Ave E.
W/D, A/C, fen yard, pets
nego. $1100/mo. F/S. Avi
4/1. 305-872-2055
BIG PINE, FULLY
FURN. 3/2.5, pool, canal,
stilts, impact windows,
storage. Pet ok. $1975/m
+ util. 215-681-5868
BIG PINE KEY Lrg 2/1,
deep water canal w/
dockage. C/A, W/D, fen
yard, Eden Pines area!
$1500 mo. 305-395-0816
Big Pine Key, nice 2/2
canal-front stilt home w/
screened porch, central
air, dock, annual lease.
No dogs. $1600/mo. +
util, F/L/S. 305-304-9128
CUDJOE KEY Annual
lease, 3 BR, 2 BA, canal
home w/dock & storage
down. $1675/mo. F/L/S.
305-872-5067


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710
Homes for Rent
DUCK KEY 3/3
$2100/mo + util/yard
maint. F/L/S
Available NOW!!
Kristen 305-664-1453
EDENAIRE Tavernier
Home 3/2 up, 2/1 down,
Faces Tavernier Creek,
$1850 mo 305-213-7008
FOR RENT:Tavernier
NICE 3/2, Deck, Quiet
Neighborhood, Close to
Shopping & Hosp, $1500
F/S 304-6337, 393-1617
GRASSY KEY 2/2 furn/
unfurn, cath ceil, deck,
quiet neighborhood, yrly
lease, $1600/mo + util.
AvI 5-1. 305-923-6161
KEY LARGO-MM 104,
Ocean side, 3/1, Remod-
eled, unfurn, Section 8
ok. 786-258-2717 or
305-323-3499
KL-IMMACULATE,
LARGE 2/2 oR Penne-
kamp Park hammock.
Wood floors, vaulted,
lovely deck. Pet ok. HO
park/ramp $1685/mo
305-395-9194
Little Torch 2/2 On stilts,
swimming canal, down
from Dolphin Marina.
Also apt. 305-872-3602
or cell: 305-481-4763
LONG KEY, 2/2, on
canal, $1250/mo F/US.
Avail NOW!!!
CB Schmitt RE,
Marsha, 305-289-6522
Marathon 109th St. O/S,
3/2, Master UP, w/walk-in
closet & bath, marble firs,
& new c/ac, $1900/mo
Neg. 727-326-4759
MARATHON 1/1 Private,
very quiet, Lg. carport,
covered porch, w/d, F/S
$880/mo 724-355-8521
MARATHON; 3/2;
$1500 Unfurnished-
Longterm W/D; F/L/S
481-0367

Waterfront
Marathon 3/2 deep
water canal w/dock, W/D,
fen yard, pet ok. Unfurn,
$1995/mo. 743-5168 or
305-360-2233 long term
MARATHON 3/2
Single Family, canal front
home
$1800/mo, $1000 dep
305-731-9075



MARATHON 3/2,
TOWNHOME
Community Pool, Dry
Lot, $1650/mo, F/L/S,
Call 305-923-1209
MARATHON New 3/2
stilt home, unfurnished,
deck, yard, F/S.
$1400/mo.
(305) 872-9580
MM 100 Cute2B/1bt in
the Heart of Key Largo
$1100 + Util. Pets Wel-
come, Avail March 9th.
602-430-3729
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712 * Mobile Homes 725 * Apt - Condo - 725 * Apt- Condo-
for Rent Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent


710
Homes for Rent
MM 105 Large 4 Bed-2
bath Contractors home
on Bay-side canal.
Davits, Pool, Hottub, Tiki
bar. 3rd floor Master Suit.
Built in 2004--large lot-
private and beautiful!
$2900 mo Anual lease
F-L-S. Call 664-7328
MM 53 MARATHON,
AVAIL 4/1 Cozy Conch
Home, 1. bd, off st prk, incl
water, $875/mo F/L/S
481-5057
MM 74.5 Gulf view, pry
bch, 3br, 2 full ba, fully
furn. 6 or 12 mo Ise. Boat
dock. $2600 incl all util.
Days, 919-682-5741,
Nights 404-604-6257
MM 89 BAYVIEW LRG.
2/1.5 2000 sq. ft.
w/15'x30' Great rm, C/ac,
W/D, all tile $1400 + Util
2154998288
MM 90 B/S 1/1 on canal.
BEAUTIFUL Back Yard
Car port at door, Quiet
Clean, W/D no smk./pets.
$900mo. 305-852-6452
MM 90 Large Private 4
Rm on Canal, Dockage
up to 30', Furn, Incl. All
Util., 6 mo min. No Smkrs
or Pets. $1500
305-481-4865
MM 92 3/2 stilt, Ocean
view across from Harry
Harris Park. $1850. Call
305-962-9639
MTH-NEW HOUSE-3/2
All tile, w/d, deck,
Unfurn, Ref. Req.,
F/L/S $1575/mo + util
305-743-3516
Mthn Lg 3/2, deep canal.
7 mos @ $1600, all appis
+ utils. Unfurn, can furn.
Pets ok. 850-251-7743
PLANTATION KEY MM
90, 2/1, Nicely Furn. or
Unfurn. 160' Palm Gar-
. den Lot, Clean, Breezy,
W/D, 60' MH, fla. room.
Resdnt'l Nghbrhd $1020,-
305-393-7085
Rental hse ocn/dock
annual @ 2.5K mo, no
smk. 145 Galleon, Isla,
3/2 + loft. 852-4234.
Tavernier 2/1, pan-
oramic bayview, tile thru-
out, island kitchen, Irg.
lot. $1500/mo.
305-598-8719.
Tavernier O/S, historic
area. 4/2, AC, W/D, gran-
ite counters, SS appls.
Oceanview with water
access, 5 lots, fenced.
$2500 month. 305-453-
3086, cell 203-273-9553
712 e Mobile Homes
for Rent



A2BR/1BA
MM 95 O/S. $900 mo.-
Contact Barbara
305-972-4709

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ATTENTION
SNOWBIRDS: RV Lots
for rent. Seasonal or
yearly. Marathon FL
MM50.678-570-8057
DUCK KEY 2/2
Canal, Dockage, View!
Stilted, Furn/Unfurn, tile,
c/a, w/d, Pets OK $1800
F/L/S 305-743-0003
GRASSY KEY 3/2. On
canal. Large lot & park-
ing lot. $1450/mo, incl all
util. Call 305-216-6300
MARATHON 1bd 2 ba on
canal w/ dockage, Keys
RV Park, newly
remodeled, $900/mo
305-743-0222
MARATHON 2/1 RV
HOME Screened porch,
Ocean View, appi, a/o.
units, $900/mo F/S,
305-872-4144
MARATHON, KEYS RV
1-2 bd/1 ba w/ FL room-
Covered 30ft dock/deck,
Cable incl., $950/mo +
util. 305-587-1512
MARATHON Keys RV
Park, 1/1 on canal with
dock. $850 + util.
Call 305-481-5090
Marathon, Keys RV Prk
2BR, 1BA, furnished,
cable included. Yearly
lease. $750 mo + utils.
305-360-7666.
MM 101,2/1 Remod-
eled, tile fl., new kitch. &
bath. Fenced. 2 HO PKs.
$1100 305-552-6720.
MM 102 2/2, dock w/-
davits, private beach.
WD $1,300 mo.
(305) 896-1955
MOBILE HOME,
OCEAN FRONT, 1/1, in
newly renovated upscale
area. $750/mo + util.
F/L/S 305-509-7133
RENTAL,Trailer 2Bd/1.5
Newly Refurbished w/pri-
vate Beach, Buttonwood
Bay Area $1,085/mo.
Also AVailable 2/2 $875
PIs call 305-586-6691
RV LOT FOR RENT
Marathon Ocean Front
Park $600/mo,
305-731-5042
TRAILER 3B/2bth
Blue WaterTavernier
$700 mo F/L/S305 619
6720
725 * Apt -Condo -
Duplex for Rent
A 2/1 Apt. MM 98.
Nicely kept. Access to
beach. CBS. $1,100.
305-851-1577.
A Great Location 51 st
Gulf, Mthn, 1/1 C/A, W/D
hk up, quiet, clean, pets
OK. $900 + dep. Some
util incl. (305) 304-8702
Affordable in Marathon
Move in Now! Wkly or
monthly from $225/wk, all
util incl. Fully furn. Dock-
age avl. 305-289-0800


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ANGLERS DR., MTHN
Lg 2/3 duplex, canal, 50'
dock, unfurn, lease, no
pets or smoke. $1500/mo
F/L/S (305) 743-7135
BIG PINE, 2/1 Ground
Level Waterfront, boat
dock, w/d hk-up, MUST
SEE!! $1175/mo F/S
305-872-2952'
BIG PINE KEY 1/1
Studio on Canal. Priv.
patio, tiled thru-out, F/L/S
no pets/smoke $950/mo
603-359-0895
CHARMING Lg. Apt,
Kitchen, Living rm, 1
bdrm, Directly on BAY
w/ boat slip!! $1000/mo
+ half utils. 743-3478
COCO PLUM 1/1 Water-
front, Dockage, ramp,
pool, tennis, $1395/mo
+ elect. F/L/S
305-731-5522
Executive Bay 2/2.
Monthly $2000 4 mo min.
.or $1200 mo yrly lease.
o.b.o. 786-554-0004

Waterfront
Hawk's Cay Conch
Villa. Furn., ling term
rental avail. 4/2009.
423-791-0129.
ISLAMORADA Very Lg.
apt. on the water. Fur-
nished, year lease,
$1200/mo, F/$1500 Sec.
Util incl. 305-664-8033
Islamorada Villas. MM
82.5. New all tiled, 2BR/
1BA $1300 -$1400 mo.
plus util. 305-484-8581.
KCB HALF DUPLEX
2 BR 2 BA,W/D, Tile
floors, A/C, Dock.'
$1100/mo
Call 481-8254
KCB- HALF DUPLEX,
Furnished, 2/2, On canal,
w/d, $1400/mo F/L/S
305-849-1299
KCBNEW3BR2BTH'
150 8th St., $2200/mo
F/L/S, 305-743-5407 or
732-996-9591
KCB Ocean condo,
pool, beach, fishing, etc.
Long term. Cable & water
included. (305) 743-3538
or cell, 949-842-1142
Key Colony Beach 2/2,
For Rent or Sale pool,
tennis, beach, fishing
pier, $450,000. Call
289.1741 for details
Key Colony Beach 2/2
with loft. One half duplex,
canal front. $2200/mo,
long term. 305-389-6726
Key Colony Beach, very
clean, 2/2, patio, ample
prkng, all apple inc. W/D. 6
mo min. Pet nego. $1490/
mo. Call 330-618-4056
Key Largo MM 102 3/2
upper, furn, $1500; 1/1
furn, lower, $850, no pets
/smokers, 305-970-4344
305-904-8866


March 14, 2009


Key Largo MM99 ocean
front, lower studio,scm
prch, incl util & Indry. Sm
boat dockage on Irg prop
Remod. $1050, FLS. Avi.
4-1. 248-214-7301 owner
Layton MM 62- Half
Duplex 2 BR Waterfront.
$1200/mo F/L/S. Call
Remax Keys to the Keys
(305) 743-2300
Marathon 2/1 Condo, on
canal, walk to Sombrero
Bch. New paint,
$1100/m +util F/L/S
305-743-4536
MARATHON 2/2
DUPLEX, on canal, tile
floors, c/ac, w/d hook-up,
$1500/mo + util.
305-684-0001
MARATHON 2/3, Tile/
carpet, raised Duplex,
scrnd balcony, Deep Ca-
nal, Gulf side, $1500/mo
F/L/S 386-406-5237
MARATHON 3/1.5,
2nd floor, no pets,
$1400/mo incl. util- -
F/L/S 305-743-6359
MARATHON 3/2
Top floor, gulf view:
Furnished. $2000 mo.
F/L/S. 743-7353,
cell 330-606-4782
MARATHON duplex apt.
2/2, 1000 sf. 10834 5th
Ave. Gulf. Sturdy
construction. $1300/mo.
F/L/S. 289-1887
MARATHON EFFY
26th St., Ocean, Avail.
April 1. Water incl.
$645/mo F/L/S
Call 394-3923
Marathon Gorgeous
Bay views! Spacious 2/1
apt. Approx 1300 sf, scrd
porch, cov'd prkg, W/D
hkup, quiet mix use bldg.
$1200 & utils. F/S.-
395-6050,289-0045,
743-9437.
MARATHON
Grassy Key Efficy
Furn., incl utils & cable,
parking. $690 mo.
305-481-4301
MARATHON NICE 2/1
DUPLEX FL Room,
C a/c, w/d, $1200/mo
plus util. F/L/S Avail. 3/1
305-743-3847
Marathon One Half
Duplex on a quiet street.
1 BR, 1 BA. $900/mo.
Call Jim, 305-923-0422

IWaterrontA
Marathon Sombrero
Bch area. 2/1, on canal.
Tile thru-out, new paint, 2
car prkg, laundry hk-ups.
$1000 F/L/S. 731-9591
MARATHON Very small
studio apartment. In-
cludes W/D and utilities.
$600/mo. 797.1622
MM 100 OS TnHome 1/1
w/40' Dock, Private Yard,
Cmpl. Re-modled, $885
mo F & Sec 300 Button-
wood Cir. 305-670-2Z74
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712 * Mobile Homes
for Rent


810
Homes for Sale


810
Homes for Sale


810
Homes for Sale.


810
Homes for Sale


812 * Mobile Homes 812 * Mobile Homes
for Sale for Sale


REAL ESTATE AGENT
a II I DIRECTORY


Jo Ann Cook-Kuipers, P.A.
9141 Overseas Hwy, Marathon
(305) 360 -7968
joann@acresales.com


Toni Smith, Realtor
30368 Overseas Hwy, BPK
(305)923-7522
tonil 8@aol.com


SMO per month
Rent to Own 26i04
1 BD Mobile Hom.


on Lakefront Lot. Mor-
Pool, Clubhouoe, BRAND NEW
Fishing Dock. $329,000
- Unbelievable IN KEY LARGO $329,000
opportunity to own 3BR/2BA CBS HOME.
like new home IMPACT WINDOWS, FLOOD ZONE X,
on beautiful lot, t BUY NOW & PICK YOUR COLORS.
15 minutes to K y West |D305-394-1409 park8a )bellsouth.netd
Call Joe 305-304-6627 . . .... -


725 * Apt- Condo
Duplex for Rent
MM 102 1/1.
Furnished, utilities
included $800.
(305) 896-1955
MM 105, 1BDRM, 1BTH,
SL griv yard. sm pet ok,
Util incl. $925/mo F/S
754-224-0825
MM 109 Card Sound 3/2
w/d. central air, freshly
remodeled, pets ok,
$1250, avail, now,
305-942-7333
MM 53 MTHN 2/1 Half
Duplex, tile, fncd yd, w/d
hk-up Sec. 8 ok.
$1075/mo 481-5057
MM 95 Studio for rent
All Util Inc. $675 mo
F& S Private entr& pkg.
786-423-1449

JWaterfront
MM50 MTHN 3/2.5,
Remodeled, new kitchen,
pool, canal, also avail-
able for sale, 6 or 12 mo
lease, 561-215-8855
MM68 SPACIOUS APT
1500 sq ft, 2/2 Bay View.
$1200/mo
willbilly@aol.com
305-304-7530
MM90 2/1 on canal,
Deep water dockage
avail. $1000/mo Pets ok
772-546-5855

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725 * Apt - Condo-
Duplex for Rent
MTHN 2/1 SOMBRERO,
condo, very nice, very
clean, On canal. Water&
cable incl. $1100/mo
305-304-5965
OPEN WATER VIEW!!
Designer Half Dup, 2/1.5,
tile flrs/mrbl cntrs, stilts,
Hurr. Shutters, w/d, d/w,
$1575/mo 305-342-1167
Port Largo 1/1 water-
front. Sm. pet OK. $900
mo. incl. elec., F/L/S.
1-786-295-3232.
Port Largo duplex
MM 100 2BR/2BA, HO
park, C-A/C, 4 decks
$1100 mo. FLS neg.
917-744-9359
2/1 Upstairs.Bayviews,
MM 94, unfurn., very
nice. $1250 incl. util.
847-494-0600.
2/2 condo B/S, 2 pools,
tennis, marina, furn.,
ready to move in.
305-463-0565.


1BR/1BA ground fir.
w/boat dock/ priv ramp,
B/S. 147 Tequesta.
$850/Mo. Avail. mid
March. 970-921-6355.
740 * Roommates -
Rooms for Rent
ROOM MATE WANTED,
Share 2/2, at front of Port
Pine hgts. $750/mo plus
half util. 1 dog ok.
Ref Reg. 304 0388
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


750
Vacation Rentals
Affordable Rates
Daily-Weekly-Monthly
Luxury Vacation Villas
Key Largo to Key West
Call 305.853.5000
keyscaribbean.com
Furn duplex 4/2 on
ocean canal, dock for 25'
boat, Avail Long or Short
Term 305-852-5853 or
394-2481.
KCB-BEAUTIFUL
Recently Renov. 2/2,
Ocean Front Condo,
Priv. Sandy Bch. & Pool.
Avail Long term May 1
Call 305-743-0173
Long Key Luxury House
4/2. Dock 90' ocean side,
pets ok. $1900 mo, call
for wk rate 305-205-6964
Marathon 1st yr rental
3/3,2/2, w/ pool. Special
rate. 954-465-0145
marathongem@aol.com
MM 1053/2 Home
ca-nal, furn. davits, tiki,
avail long/short term.
$2400.786-253-6590.
MM 98 3/3 Furnished
$2400/mo. Also, 1/1 effy,
$850/mo gated priv.
comm. F/L/S Monthly
Lse 231-631-3432
Mthn/Coco Plum 2/1
Open Bay View, scrnd
porch, carport, spa, furn/
unfurn, cable, dock, spe-
cial rate! 305-289-1361
NO NAME KEY 2/2
Secluded, solar powered
home, Key Deer Refuge
Monthly. 561-736-0786
GALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


David Grego
Broker/Owner
. 1 743-8328
dgrego@bellsouth.net


750
Vacation Rentals
Tavernier 4B/2bth
House Simi puol 2 car
Gara,e Nrear H S
R ,ler Dr S.io00.m u
216-509-4400

790 * Business
Property for Rent
BPK Commercial Ware-
house/storage Unit
500 sf $400/mo; 1000 sf
$800/mo. MM31 Indus-
trial Rd. 305-522-5841
Comm/Office US 1,
Marathon Apx 1500 sf,
great prkng: 2 entrances.
Could divide. Ideal medi-
cal office. 395- 6050,
289-0045, 743-9437
Commercial Store
frontage for lease.
Approx. 500 sq. ft on
US1, MM 82 oceanside.
305-664-3662.
COMMERCIAL WARE-
HOUSE SPACE, approx.
800 sq. ft. 10701 6th Ave.
Gulf, Mthn. 743-5438

HEART of MARATHON

Office or Retail, 1000 sq
ft. next to Publix, the new.
Walgreen's & Marina.
Call 1-561-743-3745
MARATHON-RETAIL or
Service, 2100 sf. On US
1, $2000/mo, F/L/S Call
Scott 305-849-1772.
MARATHON - US-1
Prime Location. Prof Of-
fices. 270 sq ft. and 550
sq ft. Avail. Immediately
305-743-6088
MM 99. HIGHWAY
FRONTAGE SPACE
with Alarm. 1 Month free
rent. 305-394-0078

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Roberta M. Castillo
4 ' I Il ... I-I '. I d ind,
(305) 923-4668
k ,,C i . li .11 ..... h l. , uTI, i1. i


790 * Business
Property for Rent
MTHN OVERLOOKING
US1 Primr- LOC. r,.1.d
Towr,. Pr:,t Blag 270 sI.
Ample parking A~ da
Immed. 305-743-6088
PINK PLAZA CENTER
MM103 FOR LEASE
600 sq ft Furn. Office,
1000 sq ft Medical Off.
5000 sq ft Office
515244-1005
Very Nice Office Space
MM 99.1600sfw/two
baths. Furnished or Un-
furnished. Leave Mes-
sage 305-942-3334

800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale

A Sellers, List for as
low as 1.5% Buyers get
up to $5000 rebate.
keyswiderealty.com
305-745-8815
Conch Key Historical
Landmark for sale. Very
unique, one of a kind. Tile
and wood floors. New
appliances. Beautiful
waterviews from upstairs
balcony.
gbecked@aol.com
HOUSEBOAT 2/1,
Mrthn. Furnished, BBQ
area, private & quiet. Tiki
hut, low dock rent! $29K.
305-743-5218


810 1380 * Campers-
Homes for Sale Recreational Vehicles


Different from Most!
Lease to Own Cozy 312
Large Master w/jaccuzz, Wood'& Tile Floor
MM102 O)/S
Call for Details 931 307 6643


A1A STORAGE
RV's, Boats Etc.
Family Owned
Over 25 yrs.
$2.10/ft per mo. (L.T.)
8' above Sea Level
Call Paul (he lives there)
305-872-4457

825 * Condo-
Duplex for Sale



Key Largo, by owner,
1/1, 1stfl., hndcp friendly,
tile, new appliances,
clean & classy. Now
$189K. 724-321-1320.
jest4fun(bentcom.net
Marathon/Coco Plum
Townhse, Bonefish. Furn
2/2.5, carport, 50' boat
slip, direct ocean access
Pool. FSBO. Reduced!
$679K. 757-876-8080

845 * Other Florida
for Sale
Estate Home & Stables
on Intracoastal.
Ft. Meyers area.
239-770-8151. Www.
BeLLaisLesForSale.com

880 * Lots - Acreage
for Sale
CANAL LOT -
KEYS RV
Needs dock repair.
$140K OBO
305-289-1940

Waterfront
MARATHON DEEP
Big Boat Canal. Seawall,
all permits & plans. Boot
Key Harbor, Ocean Bay
access. 305-923-6215
MTHN LOT FOR SALE
or rent, 38ft x 66ft, RV,
Mobile. elec, water/sew-
er, cable, dock. WAS
$200K NOW $175K.
Poss. owner financing.
760.340.1403/574-4915
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


March 14, 2009


PET FRIENDLY!!
Probably the nicest
Mobile Home in the Keys.
Recent $100K.up-grade.
Maybe the best deal in
the Keys. 100 yds from
your own priv. bch.
Located in secure, well
kept property. With this
purchase you become a
part owner in 10 acres of
Ocean Front Property.
2 bd, 2 bth, plus nice
work-shop. Beautiful priv.
yard w/jacuzzi. Asking
$188K. Tom 849-7705
812 * Mobile Homes
for Sale
Big Pine Key, County
Rd. 3/2 on 1 1/2 lots. Lrg
yard with fruit trees.
$175K. 305-304-1593
MM 92 0/S 2BR/2BA,
W/D, 3 sheds, car cano-
py. Move in condition.
$49,500.410-459-7667.
MM 92 0/S 2BR/2BA,
W/D, 3 sheds, car cano-
py. Move in condition.
$49,500.410-459-7667.
MM 95.4,2/1 MH 4SALE
12x60 furn., adult, gated-
w/boat ramp, 43k, Lot
rent $460 (303) 489 3122
Summerland-2/1 MH for
sale, 40 ft., new appi,
W/D, $19,900 + lot rent
$650/mo. 305-360-2218
2006 14x60, 2 BR, 2BA,
many options. Central
A/C, MUST BE MOVED.
$40K obo. 305- 743-2169
33 ft PROWLER TRL
101 11th St. Ocean,
Breeze Park West. $6K
941-809-0594 or
941-756-0213- MM 47
3BR/2BA W/addition
near school on private
canal. MM 106 B/S.
$249,000. Make an
offer. 352-465-2265.



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March 14, 2009

880 * Lots - Acreage 880 * Lots - Acreage
for Sale for Sale


RV LOT FOR SALE

$65,000
6099 Overseas Highway, Marathon

- Bruce Schmitt
Broker/Associate
RE-' L IE-T4T` Cr n l
1(305) 395-2720
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"il ,i ,h..n. n . ' M_____


Mthn Stirrup Key lotw/
200 ft. con seawall, 5 ft
mlw filled. Assessed @
$470K Make reasonable
offer! 772-284-5678
**ROGO EXEMPT**
1 - bldg. right/Lower
Keys. Transferable to
your lot. 305-743-2169
890 * Business
Property for Sale
REDUCED Bank Owned
Comm Bldg. Financing
as low as 4.99%. $659K,
Clara, Chaplin RE
(305) 395-2095

1100
MARINE

1150
Power Boats
10'2" DINGY
S5hp engine, oars, trottle
ext., gas tank. Good
shape!$750.
937-417-1331
10'2" Zodiac Rib
inflat-able. 2003 9.8 hp
Tahatsu eng. (low hrs.)
folding transom. Trans-
port cover, exc. cond.
$1700 firm. Orig. owner.
305-335-4355.

SMUSTSELL
15.5' Keywest skiff '92
HP Mercury, 3 cyl, 2
stroke, runs good. $3000.
Call 305-509-2431
17.4 McKee Craft,
C.C.,bimini top, 115
Merc 4 stroke, warranty
till 2012. Inci trailer.
$10K. 305-852-0811

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


1150
Power Boats
20' -2001 PROLINE CC
T-top, Red hull & Top.
Merc 150, low hrs, w/trlr.
Blue Book $15K, sell
$11,500 305-747-0785
20' Baja speed boat
w/225 Merc.Trailer incl.
$5000, OBO.
305-797-8102.
25' Parker '03. Twin 200
hp Yam., live well, cust T-
top, dry stored, no bottom
paint. Low hrs. Too many
extras to list! $37,500
obo. Call 305-872-3922
27' 270 EXPRESS 1997
Stamas, Rigged for off-
shore, Twin '04 Yamaha,
4-strk, Full elect., new trlr.
Call 724-309-3008
27' Albemarle Express
'90, Twr W/Controls,
Twin gas I/B, Windless,
Full Electronics $25K Is-
lamorada 302-545-1032
30' BERTRAM '85 new
Twin 390 HP, gas, w/10
hrs. Windless, seadoor
outriggers. $63K.
305-743-4310
32' ARCADIA CUSTOM
315 Yanmar, dbl berth, w/
bath, A/P Garmin plotter,
VHF, Spot light, tabs.
$160K. 305-289-7315
38' CUSTOM Commer-
cial '00.525 hp Cat, 14'
beam, with electronics.
ESTATE SALE! $18K.
305-872-2750
200218' Polar Flats
Boat, Yam 60 hp., troll-
ing mtr, platform, push
pole incl. trailer, $9500
305-797-5831

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and other prohibited prac-
tices makes it illegal to
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limitation or discrimination
based on race, color,
religion, sex, handicap,
familial status or national
origin, or an intention
to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination"
This newspaper will not
knowingly. accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law.
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information:
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1150
Power Boats
CREST PONTOONS
Ever wonder where
all the Crest Pontoons
came from? Ft. Myers.
Call 800.955.7543
FREE OLDER 19'
MAKO w/ Purchase of 90
HP Yamaha. 76 Hrs on
motor. $5K 743-8212
1160
Sailboats
17' Cape Cod Catboat
'99, I/O, 2 sails, keel 23"
draft, exc. cond. $12,900.
852-2825 oremail
rsb44yaol.com
1170 * Outboard -
Inboard Engines
2001 EVINRUDE 200 HP
Outboard! Ficht injection,
2 stroke, in storage since
2005 $3900 OBO
586-703-8133
A BRAND NEW 2008
9.9 HP Mercury 4 stroke.
Never been used!
$1800. (305) 872-2750
CAT 3208
375HP 850 hours, incl
MG-507-1 transmission.
$5000. (305) 743-6405
1180
Dock Rentals/Sales
50'x 24' Boat Slip @
Bonefish in Marathon for
rent@ $450/mo.
314-757-9077
jakerberq@qmail.com
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


1190
Miscellaneous


r -- -- -- - -- --
I My health went bad,
and I had to quit
fishing.
FOR SALE:
Several hundred lbs.
I of frozen chum.
4 large 25cf freezers.
Large chum grinder I
(5 gal. in 5 min.)
Buy the freezers,
I get the chum FREE! I
All this for a very I
special price! Stop in I
and have a look at
74051 0/S Hwy.,
Islamorada, across I
From Angelos Country
Store. 664-4374
E------g----------1
1180
Dock Rentals/Sales
DOCKAGE MM 61
Up to 75'. Deep water.
$250-$500 mo, incl water
& elec. No liveaboards.
(305) 743-0003
Marathon-Live Aboard
Slips, Coco Plum Bch.
14.5 beam, $450mo +
elec. Yrly Ise, 2 free mo!
289-6505 CBSchmitt RE
MM90 DEEP WATER
Dockage, up to 60 ft. 50
amp service, $500/mo.
772-546-5855
Mrthn Liveaboard
Docks covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585. 731.3386
Up to 130 ft. Deep water
access. Quick ocean or
bay off of Tavernier
.Creek. Call Jo. 394-1737.
Possible eff. w/slip.
Up to 40'.
MM 90 O/S.
No liveaboards.
305-393-9256.
1190
Miscellaneous
8V92 735 hp, running
takeout, 300 hrs., spare
eng. for parts. $10,000,
OBO. 305-393-9256.


1190
Miscellaneous


2005 & 2006 Yamaha's
2006 Sea Doo
Good condition.
305-289-7298
AA Dave buys permits
So At] Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf reef, K/Mack, shark,
sword, tuna. $$$ in 48
hours! 904-262-2869


All types of permits for
sale!! Rock Shrimp, King
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef
& pelagic, Commercial
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Snapper IFQ's, Long
Line Pkg. Many other
permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of
permits. Call before you
buy or sell! Please call for
prices. Licensed & Bond-
ed. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer,
many references avail.
John Potts Jr. 321-784-
5982 or 321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com
Boat storage & haul
outs. 80 ton 28' w/travel
lift. Do it yourself or we do
it boat yard. Fuel allow-
ance for travel to Key
Largo from Miami and
Lower Keys. Call for
lowest prices & details.
305-852-2025. www.
boatsandtires.com
Cats 3208's. 320; 375;
435 HP, rebuilt, bored,
sleeved, 3 ring pistn, war,
gears. Buying Cat, cum-
min cores. 904-262-2869
GULF REEF
Commercial and
Charter Boat Permits.
Ready to Transfer. Call
Cptn Mike 361-356-1172
Liveaboard Docks
Mrthn, covered deck
area, new private bath-
house. Free wash/dryer
for res. $585.731-3386
MARATHON OUTSIDE
STORAGE 5000 sq ft,
boat, trailers, RV, Const.
Equip. 305-664-1286 or
305-743-2142
Mthn-Marine Storage:
boat trl, campers, any
clean storage ok on
wheels. $3 ft yr; $4 ft 6 mo
$5ft mo. Emil 731.3386


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L Showing & Selling

Transportation


March Special
Bottom painting only'$30 per foot,
including prep, haul, launch,
pressure wash and paint!
Vessels up to 30 tons.

Please call 305-664-8884
to schedule your service today.
watermarkmarinas.com


Cars /a
Trucks 5 Fr
boal ts
Carmper ,
RV5 L 1'
$39.00 For Two Runs
Saturday / Wednesday
(1 col. x 3", 2 Run Min.)
Deadline Wednesday 5:00


KEYNOTER
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1350
Automobiles



I SALES
INVENTORY*
CLEARANCE

CARS
* D
S GO-PEDS
* TRUCKS
SCOCTERS
* WHEELS-2-GO
05994 O/S HWY., MARATHON*

1190
Miscellaneous
Quality Rods & Reels
Outerbanks rod w/113H
reel $175; Outerbanks
rod w/114HWL reel $369;
custom Outerbank rod
w/9/0 reel $349; custom
rod Tackle Box Inc.
Shamano 6500 reel
$188. 305-515-0031

1300
TRANSPORTATION

1350
Automobiles
AAAA, All Tires of Mon-
roe County. Located
boats & tires. Whole sale
tires to the public. Largest
inventory. 305-852-2025.
Wanted autos all years.
Cars, vans, trucks.
Running or not.
Call 305.332.0483
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Classifieds 305-743-5551


Excellent Charter Fish/Dive a
vessel. Recreational or
Commercial. New 3126
Cats in 2003 (300 hrs. cur-
rently). Built Key West
1982. New transmissions.
Onan 7.5 KW generators.
Micro Logic Loran. Furuno
GPS, Furuno Radar. Simrad
E040 GPS. Boston Gear
700 series Elec. deep drop
reels- NEW. Large EZ
Anchor puller. In Islamorada
. - Owner selling due
' to health. See
Wellfoundvachts.com
. for full specs G-
'. Call Curt @
305-451-5385



1350
Automobiles
2003 CHEVY IMPALA
52,800 miles, Sunroof,
EXC Cond. $6000
305-743-9145 or
207-341-2192
'85 Chev Corvette
In excellent condition.
4-speed with overdrive,
$12,500.305-743-2458
1360 * Mopeds-
Motorcycles
HONDA HELIX scoter
237 cc's, water cooled,
bright red, only 8900 mi.
Runs great! $1875.
Call 305-481-1398
1380 * Campers-
Recreational Vehicles
34' Fleetwood Bounder
'95. 1 owner, 72 K mi.,
exc. cond., new awning
sideport. Ready to live in.
$10,900. 305-804-5876.

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Real Estate * Business * Lifestyle


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5 Brothers
A&B Lobster
Albertsons
Bad Boy Burrito
Bank Of America
Bank Of America
Bargain Books
Bella Salon
Blonde Giraffe
BMI Center
Boaters World
Camilles Restaurant
Centennial Bank
.Charlies Grocery
Circle K
City Hall
Conch Republic,
Conchy Joes
Dunkin Donuts
Eden House
Exit Realty
Fast Buck Freddies
' Faustos - r
Finnegans Wake
First State Bank


930 Southard
700 Front
1112 Keys Plaza
1218 Simonton
510 Southard
3200 Flagler
1028 Truman
1222 Simonton
614 Front
Keys Plaza
3022 Keys Plaza
1212 Simonton
1229 Simonton
648 William
1890 N. Roosevelt
525 Angela
631 Greene
1970 N. Roosevelt
601 Duval
1015 Fleming
1511 Truman Avenue
500 Duval
522 Fleming
320 Grinnell
1201 Simonton


First State Bank
Flora And Flipp
Gato Building
Gay And Lesbian Center
Half Shell
Harvey Government Center
Island House
Kelly's Restaurant
Key West By The Sea
KW Golf Course/Bar
Paradise Caf6
Pepes Restaurant
Rick's Bar
Senior Citizens Center
Shanna Pub
Shell Gas
Sheraton Suites
Solar Spa
.Sports Page
Tib Bank
Vanity Hair
VFW Hall
Wachovia Bank
Walgreens
Waterfront Market


3406 N. Roosevelt
811 Fleming
1100 Simonton
513 Truman
231 Margaret
Truman and White
1129 Fleming
301 Whitehead
2601 S. Roosevelt
6450 College Road
1000 Eaton
806 Caroline
208 Duval Street
1400 Kennedy
1900 Flagler
1900 N. Roosevelt
2001 S. Roosevelt.
2824 N. Roosevelt
Greene Street
3618 N. Roosevelt
1034 Truman
2220 N. Roosevelt
3131 N. Side Drive
2805 N. Roosevelt
201 William


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