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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Uniform Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Portion of title: Keynoter
Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 03-14-2012
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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .6B Living . . . . . . .3B Business . . . . . .7A Opinion . . . . . .6A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .4BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,MARCH 14,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.21 25 CENTS Reversal of fortune Both the baseball and softball Conchs of Key West High get back on a winning track. Stories, 1B Fishing the Florida Keys The winds are still kicking,keeping most anglers from offshore.So hit the bay and you'll find success.Captain's column, 2B Ferro judge warns of mistrialKey West police Detective Janeth Del-Cid Calvert received a firm admonishment from Chief Monroe County Circuit Court Judge David Audlin Tuesday during the ongoing second-degree murder trial of Nicholas Ferro. Calvert's a witness for the prosecution. Twice during responses to questions from prosecutor Breezye Telfair, she made reference to Ferro and his friends'previous encounters with police drawing quick objections from the father/son defense team of Ed O'Donnell Sr. and Ed O'Donnell Jr. The second time, Audlin excused the eight-person jury (six jurors and two alternates) from the main courtroom at the Freeman Justice Center in Key West, sternly telling Calvert that her statements were prejudicial and could result in a "mistrial." Ferro, 25, of Hollywood in Broward County, is charged with stabbing to death Key Wester Marquese Butler on Oct. 31, 2009, just off Duval Street during the annual Fantasy Fest during a large, chaotic street fight. The defense contends Ferro stabbed Butler in selfdefense. Prosecutors Telfair and Miesha Darrough say Ferro was the instigator. Attorneys from both sides weighed in on whether telling the jury to ignore Calvert's specific testimony would serve to clear the matter up or just make matters worse. "It's not enough to say disregard that testimony," O'Donnell Sr. told Audlin. He wanted Calvert's remarks stricken from the record. Said Telfair: "Bringing it back up [just] will highlight it to the jury." Audlin sided with the defense, telling jurors: "Completely disregard the last statement from this witness. It shall play no part in your deliberation." Calvert recalled that she interviewed Ferro and hisDetective testifies about defendant's past encounters with the policeBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comIN THE COURTSBACK TO THE WATERTurtle Hospital staff on Sunday release Taia,a sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle,at Sombrero Beach in Marathon.Taia was treated for a bacterial infection of the intestines that caused her to float at the top surface of the water.Her treatment included antibiotics,fluids for hydrations,vitamins,a healthy diet and rest.She was at the hospital for almost three months. Clerk might have to shut some officesMonroe County Clerk Danny Kolhage says a $30 million statewide cut the state Legislature approved Friday as part of a $70 billion budget for 2012-13 could have wide-ranging effects on his office's operations. Kolhage said he's sending Assistant Clerk Marva Green to an "emergency meeting" of all 67 Florida county clerk offices today in Tampa to discuss how the cut will impact Monroe. Kolhage's office employs 54 people. "I won't know anything for sure until that meeting," he said. "We're at the point now where services in our offices will be seriously impacted and we might even have to consider closing [offices] somewhere, furloughs, short weeks or something like that. But I can't speculate right now," Kolhage said. Three years ago, the Florida Legislature created two separate trust funds to finance the legal system and the clerk's offices. Filing fees fund them instead of each receiving money from the state's general budget. Court officials were already concerned that revenue generated from fees for various legal filings are being relied on to cover most of the clerk's $3.3 million in fiscal year 2011-12. "In 2009, we had major cuts. I eliminated 11 employees between 2009 and now. This is another very serious cut; I just don't know exactly what it will be," Kolhage said. Lawmakers cut $30 million statewideBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSTATE LEGISLATURE Cemetery takes a star turnThe idyllic 19-acre Key West Cemetery, a morbidly pleasant respite from the dense residential neighborhoods of Old Town, houses more than a dozen generations of past island denizens. On March 24, the Friends of the Historic Key West Committee will host a Cemetery Stroll, complete with guided gravesite tours and curators knowledgeable on tales of the deceased, to commemorate the burial ground's 165th anniversary. Perhaps the most famous gravesite there is a crypt that says: "I told you I was sick." But that's not the only one of note. Gravesites to be visited include those of George Adderley; Mary and Rosa Navarro; Frank Booth; Los Martires de Cuba; Sen. John Maloney Spottswood; Jesse Porter Newton; William Curry; Piedad de Ayala; Thomas Romer; and the U.S. Battleship Maine Memorial. The Maine exploded in Havana Harbor on Feb. 15, 1898, killing 260 American sailors and leading to the Spanish American War. About two dozen of those lost are interred in Key West. The monument to Los Martires de Cuba, or Cuban martyrs, honors those who died attempting to free Cuba from Spanish rule during the Ten Years War ending in 1878. The revolution was ultimately successful in 1898. Antonio Diaz y Carrasco, who served as Cuban consul from 1903 toTours opening for historic gravesitesBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WEST Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYThe Key West Cemetery has a lot of history and some funkiness.One of the gravesites marks the deceased with the following:I told you I was sick.'Another says:Devoted fan of Julio Iglesias.'County attorney is set to retireMonroe County Attorney Suzanne Hutton will retire on Oct. 31 after 22 years in the Keys and more than six years in that office's top job. "It's time for me to make a change in my life and it's probably time for the County Attorney's Office to make a change," she said. It appears that change will be seamless, as Hutton and Monroe County commissioners polled by the Keynoter voiced support for longtime Chief Assistant County Attorney Bob Shillinger to take the reins. "They won't find someone with his experience and credentials who has his wealth of knowledge [about the Keys], so I don't see how they could do any better," Hutton said. The commission is slated to discuss whether to conduct a statewide or nationwide search for her successor at the March 21 County Commission meeting in Marathon. "I figured that the agenda item would prompt the discussion. They've asked if we have to go out and do a search and there's no legal requirement for them to do that," Hutton said. Hutton, a Miami native, was appointed county attorney in May 2006. Before moving to the Keys, she worked for the city of Baltimore Department of Law for seven years and as an assistant attorney generalShillinger's Hutton's likely replacementBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTYSee Attorney,2ASee Cemetery,2ASee Ferro,2A Dead aheadFor financial lessons for his students,a Broward professor looks to the Grateful Dead. Story, 7A For sale: Luxury islandsIf you have $12 million lying around and like some privacy,how about scooping up your own island? Story, 5A

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday,March 14,2012 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W WED.8372 THURS.8372 FRI.8372 SAT.8372 Forecast: Expect partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches twice weekly for the presence of enteric bacteria.There currently are no beaches with health advisories against swimming.FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN 8756-6427,USPS# 0201-620) is published semi-weekly by Florida Keys Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158, Marathon,Florida 33050-0158. Subscription rates are $54.23 in the Keys.Your Keynoter home delivery subscription includes Keys Sunday and the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald. Keynoter mail subscriptions: $59.53 in Florida and $56.16 outof-state.Please call for all other rates,including overseas mail. Periodicals Postage Paid at Marathon,Florida and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Address changes to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO BOX 500158,MARATHON,FL 33050-0158.Upper Keys 91655 Overseas Highway Tavernier,FL 33070 Newsroom . .(305) 852-3216 Advertising . .(305) 852-3216 Fax . . . . . .(305) 853-1040 Fax . . . . . .(305) 852-0199 Marathon 3015 Overseas Highway (P.O.Box 500158) Marathon,FL 33050-0158 Newsroom . .(305) 743-5551 Advertising . .(305) 743-5551 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-6397 Fax . . . . . .(305) 743-9586 Key West 2720-A N.Roosevelt Blvd. Overseas Market Key West,FL 33040 Newsroom . .(305) 296-6989 Advertising . .(305) 296-6989 Fax . . . . . .(305) 296-1287 Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSFree rides and tows home this weekendAAAand Budweiser are again partnering for the Tow to Go program this weekend for St. Patrick's Day. Tow to Go provides a confidential ride and tow home from any bar or restaurant for free to anyone who may have had too much to drink by calling (800) 222-4357. It's funded through donations to the Auto Club South Traffic Safety Foundation. The program is designed to be used as a last resort and is offered based on the availability of AAAservice technicians and tow trucks during times of high call volume. WKYZ Florida KeysPirateRadioKeyWest.com 96.7 FM 101.7 FM Keys News on the half-hour Daily (M-F) M or nings 7:30 8:30 9:30 A f t er no ons 4:30 5:30 Tropical Springs Realty 103100 Overseas Hwy #51, Key Largo, FL 33037 5 5 CountyReal EstateTeamThe Donna Steele 305.395.0856 Sherry Fell 305.453.1770 Dreams Are Different...Everyone Dreams Differently. Some dream of being rid of their home. We can help you, we have the resources! We are your Dream Team. We sell dreams daily. Call, text, email today. in the Virgin Islands for two years. "I've got many years in working and it's time for me to do something else," she said. Shillinger has been with the county since December 2000 and been chief assistant since April 2006. He worked for the Monroe County State Attorney's Office for five years prior to that. "I'm interested in the position, but it's up to the County Commission how they want to proceed," he said. "Suzanne will definitely be missed. She's a wealth of experience and institutional memory." Com-missioner George Neugent said he'd be "shocked if the baton wasn't handed" to Shillinger. Hutton has "done an excellent job. We all get to a point where it's time to move on and I guess that she's there," he said. "I'd be very happy with [Shillinger] taking that position." Fellow commissioners agreed. "I hate it that Suzanne is leaving; think of the history that's going with her. She's a good person and a good friend," Commissioner Sylvia Murphy said, adding her endorsement for Shillinger. "I think he will quite ably fill her shoes since they've worked together several years. I think it would be a seamless transition," she said. Mayor David Rice said he doesn't expect the commission to conduct a search for Hutton's replacement. "I don't know why we wouldn't go with him," he said. Commissioner Kim Wigington stopped short of an endorsement before the board discusses it next week, but praised the camaraderie in the County Attorney's Office. "If they were choosing partners in a private practice, they'd choose one another. To bring someone new in, I would have to have some really good reasons to say we would want to go out for a nationwide search," she said. The March 21 meeting is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. at the Marathon Government Center near mile marker 48 on U.S. 1.Hutton to step downFrom Attorney,1A HUTTON1915, is buried there. The cemetery was established in 1847 in the aftermath of the disastrous hurricane of Oct. 11, 1846. Port Inspector Stephen Mallory, in archived documents, described the scene: "The effects of the hurricane were terrible. The graveyard of this town on a high sand ridge on the southern part of the island was entirely washed away, and the dead were scattered throughout the forest, many of them lodged in trees." The city purchased the land, originally platted into 100 lots, for $400.During the Cemetery Stroll, small group tours will depart from the intersection of Margaret and Angela streets every 20 minutes beginning at 9 a.m. for the 90-minute tour. A$10 donation to the Historic Florida Keys Foundation is recommended, according to city spokeswoman Alyson Crean.The last tour leaves at 10 a.m. and space is limited to just 80 people. To register, call committee member Cynthia Edwards at 294 8503. Detailed information about the tour will be sent upon confirmation of registration.Revisit the pastFrom Cemetery,1A friends Rolando Reyes and Jorge Averoff once before Butler died at Lower Keys Medical Center, around 11 a.m. on Oct. 31, seven hours after the scene in Old Town, and then again after. "He basically tells me he doesn't know how the fight started," Calvert testified. "He saw his friend [Averoff] getting kicked and punched by a lot of people." She said Ferro said the incident began "when local guys started to pick a fight." Based on her second interview and facts she had gathered in the interim, Calvert said, "It appeared Nicholas Ferro had more involvement in the fight than he initially stated." She described Reyes' demeanor as "agitated, nervous ... just not calm at all." When Calvert informed Reyes of Butler's death, she said Reyes drew a picture of the knife Ferro was carrying that night. Averoff confirmed in statements to police that he had seen Ferro with a knife at their Days Inn hotel room. Ferro is also the defendant in a civil case brought by the Butler family filed in October 2011 in Broward County Circuit Court. The trial is expected to continue for the rest of the week.Judge warns cop, juryFrom Ferro,1AMedicaid law now goes to ScottThe state House and Senate gave final approval Friday to a bill expected to cost Monroe County taxpayers an extra $800,000 per year on questionable Medicaid billing for Keys residents if Gov. Rick Scott signs it. The state Agency for Health Care Administration administers the state Medicaid program and bills counties for their portion of a patient's costs. Monroe is responsible for its own residents, but the bills often contain questionable addresses. While AHCAbelieves counties don't pay their fair share of required payments, the counties feel the billing system is severely flawed. According to the News Service of Florida, the bill (HB 530) includes a five-year plan for the state to recoup money from denied claims from previous years. An AHCAspreadsheet estimates Monroe's portion could be $2.79 million, while statewide that number is $271 million. Counties would be required to pay an estimated $70.5 million in extra payments during the 2012-13 fiscal year. The House vote was 73-36 to approve the bill, while the Senate approved it by a 23-17 vote. The Florida Association of Counties has been an outspoken opponent of the bill. Spokeswoman Cragin Mosteller told the Keynoter the group plans to send Scott a letter urging him to veto the bill. "It's more than costing the counties money. We think it's an unfunded mandate. This is an example of a policy that gives government a bad name," she said. Mosteller said FAC officials would meet with their membership Thursday to discuss the next step. "We're member-driven, so we'll take our lead from them," she said. Monroe County Social Services Director Sheryl Graham calculated the $800,000 estimate by adding up the exact number of dollars the state billed the county last year versus what it declined to pay. Monroe provided the Keynoter with numerous examples of questionable bills it denied in previous years, including bills with Miami addresses, others with post office box numbers and others with no street address at all. The bill started out in the Senate (SB 1988) before being substituted for HB 5301.If he signs it, Keys to pony up some $800,000By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSTATE LEGISLATURE Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYDuring the Cemetery Stroll,participants are sure to get a pretty good history lesson about Key West.Saunders aide considers House runIt's perhaps the oddest political relationship in the Keys: State Rep. Ron Saunders, the Democratic minority leader of the state House, and his chief legislative aide, Holly Raschein, a precinct leader with the Monroe County Republican Executive Committee. Since 2006 when Saunders basically inherited Raschein from Republican Ken Sorensen, who had term-limited out the relationship has worked well. Now, Raschein is looking to fill Saunders'shoes if, as expected, he decides against running for another term as the District 120 representative and instead goes for state Senate District 40. "I'm strongly considering going for his seat," she said. "I feel like I've been grooming myself for this." If she does, and wins, it would be a replay from 1994. That's when then-Saunders aide Debbie Horan ran for his seat when he was term-limited out his first go-around in the House. Horan, a Democrat, won and served two two-year terms. Saunders'only announced opponent for his seat is former Key West Mayor Morgan McPherson, a Republican. Raschein, 31, is a nineyear Keys resident and graduate of Florida State University, majoring in political science. She and her husband Ryan, who owns Milestone Shutters in Key Largo, recently had a baby. She says if she runs, "It's going to be something different, shifting from staff to candidate. I just feel like it's a natural fit. I feel like the timing is right." She says her contacts in Tallahassee would be a big plus for Keys residents since a state representative spends lots of time helping constituents rather than just attending the two-month legislative session every spring. "Constituent service. Sure, Tallahassee is a big part of the job but the job is also helping people navigate government, and I have a ton of contacts," she said. As for Saunders, he said Friday that "I'm probably leaning more toward [a Senate run]. Now that the court has ruled [that some newly drawn Senate maps are invalid], I know this district isn't one of the eight districts declared invalid."It's likely if lawmaker goes for SenatePOLITICSBy LARRY KAHNlkahn@keynoter.com CLASSIFIED ADS 743-5551

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Wednesday,March 14,2012 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com COME AND SEEWHAT'S NEWGREEN TAG SALEon Selected in Stock ItemsPLUS 20% Off Retail Prices On Everything Every Day3229 Flagler Ave Key West 294-6292 Florida Keys OceanFestival Florida Keys Ocean Festival Overall, lawmakers didn't do much this sessionGoing into the once-adecade redistricting session while starting it with a budget deficit, the conventional wisdom was that not much else would get done by the Florida Legislature this year. With the need to cut spending and the difficulty of redrawing political boundaries always a tough balancing act fraught with more challenge this year because of two new constitutional amendments that said it had to be done without taking party politics into account the opening of the annual session year came with the promise of acrimony, infighting and some painful lessons about who everyone's friends were. In the end, as predicted, lawmakers didn't do a whole lot during their annual session that ended Friday (a special session on redistricting starts today) that will resonate through the ages. There will be a new polytechnic university, and sooner than originally thought, which is a pretty big change. And there was a continuation of a move away from harsher penalties for drug crimes and toward more treatment, but that has been subtle and part of a running continuum of shifting thought. Hundreds of bills passed and many of them will do very important things. Some were a huge deal to particular constituencies. Insurance companies, which have wanted to reduce payouts in the personal injury protection nofault auto insurance system, were successful in finally seeing a revamp of that fraud-riddled system pass. For Gov. Rick Scott, it was a good session too though he had a modest agenda. He saw lawmakers put back some of the money they cut from the education budget last year, which he had demanded they do. And he got the PIPreform he wanted, having made saving money on car insurance his major talking point. But mostly, it was a session of declining to do big things. The biggest talk of the session early on was about the prospect for new casino gambling something that could have brought enormous and long-lasting change in the very character of the state. But in the end, what happens in Las Vegas stayed in Las Vegas (and a lot of other places these days), with lawmakers failing to pass any kind of major change in the gaming laws to let people take more chances on the turn of a wheel. The big proposal to allow resort casinos wasn't the only gambling issue that went bust. Lawmakers also rejected a Senate leadership effort to privatize a large number of prisons, including the Big Pine Road Prison, with the Senate narrowly voting against the idea after a cobbled-together coalition of Republicans with different objections joined Democrats in saying it was a bad idea. But while the conventional wisdom that few bigpicture ideas would advance was correct, the way in which a number of big items came to fail was new. Normally, if ideas don't become law, one of three things happens: They're passed but vetoed by the governor; they become law but are thrown out by the courts; or they simply quietly fade away as their backers realize there just isn't the momentum to get them done. In all three of these ways, they usually live on, quietly below the surface. Then come attempts through the years to get them done, often incrementally over time. Or they return when elections have changed the landscape a bit. They rarely flame out in high-profile floor or committee votes in which leadership is made to look like it isn't, well, leading. But that's what happened this year in the Senate. On several occasions this session, many times on particularly closely watched issues, the leaders in the Senate couldn't get their agenda passed. That wasn't how they saw it. Senate President Mike Haridopolos (RMelbourne) said on a number of occasions, that he was all about "free will" and that whatever the Senate did was the way it was going to be and that was fine with him. The weird thing about the current leaders both in the Senate and House is they've professed not to have much of an agenda, to be interested mostly in doing what the members of their respective bodies want to do. Some might argue that makes them not leaders, but followers. In addition to losing on prison privatization, Senate leaders couldn't pass a bill to make it easier for parents to change failing public schools into charter schools. There were others losses for leadership, as well including on amendments such as failing to prevent the Senate and House from watering down a bill dealing with shrinking Citizens Property Insurance Co. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Capitol, House Speaker Dean Cannon (RWinter Park) was quietly efficient. In fact, the House this year was strangely dull, while the Senate insisted on finding new ways to muck up the calendar and fight with itself. The House passed measures coming from the Senate, what few measures it received, with little of the infighting on display in the upper chamber. The House also managed to draw an election redistricting plan that the state Supreme Court said is OK, unlike the Senate, which drew a Senate map that the court found rife with problems. Hence, the special session. As for the $70 billion budget, leaving the budget to be debated on the final night of the legislative session is fairly common but deprives the public a chance to really soak up debate on the spending plan. Budget writers on both sides of the Capitol will claim victory this year because they managed to keep true to the central guiding philosophy of the Republican Party above everything else, don't raise taxes. Senate fought, House sat by for most partBy DAVID ROYSENews Service of FloridaANALYSIS:STATE LEGISLATURE My surgery. My concerns. My health. I was quite apprehensive about my surgical procedure. My concerns were conscientiously addressed by the nurses and doctor so that I felt very comfortable „ like surrounded by family. Before surgery, my surgeon explained the entire procedure. I didnt remember much the next day about instructions; neither did my husband. 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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4A Wednesday,March 14,2012 Islamorada Office Now OpenDarel D. Pruett, D.O.Board Certified Skin Cancer € Surgery of the Skin Diseases of the Skin € Microsurgery664-882882883 O/S Hwy.872-0090MM 30296-33341010 Kennedy Dr. Ste. 304 CHARLES WEITZEL, CPACERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICETAX PREPARATION & CONSULTING3 0 5 8 7 9 1 0 1 8keywestcpa@aol.com Laser & Electrolysis Hair Removal13365 Overseas Hwy. (MM 54) Marathon305-731-3228Say goodbye to your razor & enjoy Say goodbye to your razor & enjoy LASER-smooth skin!! LASER-smooth skin!! Contact Carmela Bu ganski,CMEfor all your hair removal needs Job change forGentile?If the Monroe County School Board approves a job change recommended by Superintendent Jesus Jara, Chief Internal Auditor Ken Gentile could become the district's first-ever chief of staff. Jara pitched the idea to the board at a Tuesday workshop in Key West; before it's official, there will have to be a board vote. The move comes in the wake of a lousy preliminary state audit released in February by the Florida Auditor General's Office. Jara told the board he doesn't need an auditor pointing out problems, but a dedicated employee working to fix problems. "I feel very confident that there's no fraud in this district," Jara said. "It's clear that we need somebody that's going to help us implement processes and procedures and put things in place in the district to help us move in the right direction." Gentile was brought in on a three-year, $122,000 annual contract in April 2010, to help clean up the financial mess left by former Superintendent Randy Acevedo, who was convicted on three felony counts of official misconduct and booted out of office by thenGov. Charlie Crist in 2009. His wife Monique Acevedo, a former district administrator, is serving an eight-year prison term for stealing from $400,000 the district. Jara said Gentile's immediate goal is to address the audit findings, then "start helping in support of the administration in matters that are on the job description." Among the duties described: Monitor department budgets and ensure alignment with the district strategic plan; help develop a system of compensation that will attract, retain and encourage employees; develop self assessment and internal compliance systems; act as a liaison to the advisory Audit and Finance Committee; and "other duties as assigned by the superintendent." There will be no change in Gentile's contract length or salary. State auditors reported one "material weakness" the most damning finding an audit can contain and 14 other problems, including improper financial reporting, and problems with gasoline use and food-service payments and payroll processing all repeats of findings from previous years. The material weakness had to do with the district's annual financial report, something prepared by a consultant at a cost of $14,500. "Alot of what I do is going to look and feel the same," Gentile said. "I don't want you to think there'll be this overnight transformation." Board member Robin Smith-Martin said the new job needs to bring "more elbow grease. Hopefully it's more getting in the trenches and executing than opining"Jara wants him 2nd in charge, chief of staffBy SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comMONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS Keys highway death toll now at sevenASunday crash that killed a Key West man was the seventh traffic fatality of the year in the Florida Keys. The Florida Highway Patrol says Anthony Cash, 44, was driving a 2008 Hino truck south on U.S. 1 at mile marker 10 about 7:50 a.m. He was behind a 2006 Toyota Tacoma driven by Timothy Dion, 48, of Sugarloaf Key.Cash struck the back of Dion's SUVand overturned before hitting a utility pole, and died at the scene. That wasn't the only serious auto accident the past week.On Saturday about 3 a.m., Charles Croft, 23, of Tavernier was ejected from his 2006 Yamaha after running into the back of a 2007 Acura driven by Sandra Belanger, 41, of Miami. It happened at mile marker 88.5And at 11:11 p.m. Friday, Domingo Sacixmata, 35, of Marathon was struck by a car as he walked across U.S. 1. Troopers say it happened around mile marker 47.8. Sacixmata was in a parking lot to the right of the northbound lanes of U.S. 1 and Alexander Tye, 23, of Westfield, N.Y. was traveling south in a 2009 Dodge. Sacixmata then tried to cross the highway but walked in front of Tye's car. Key Wester killed when truck flipsON U.S.1Keynoter Staff Not all Spring Breakers in the Keys are just dividing their time between the beach and Duval Street. Two days last week, volunteers from the University of Central Florida (above) joined with the Key West High School Reef Relief Club to stencil environmental messages on 67 Key West streets drains.And other UCF students spent time weeding,trimming and mulching at the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden.ALTERNATIVE SPRING BREAK NEWS BRIEFS Two admit guilt in lobster conspiracyBig Coppitt Key residents Michael Kimbler, 44, and Michael Bland, 31, pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to illegally harvest spiny lobster from artificial habitat in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, Sanctuary regulations don't allow artificial habitats to be placed in the water to lure lobsters. Kimbler and Bland entered their pleas in Key West before U.S. District Judge James Lawrence King, who set sentencing for June 19 at 1:30 p.m. Both face up to five years in prison and fines up to $250,000. The plea agreements also require the immediate surrender of the navigation equipment and location data for all their artificial habitats, along with the forfeiture of two vessels and related tackle, equipment and trailers. The two admitted they were involved in the illegal harvest of spiny lobster over a multiyear period, extending from as early as April 2007 through about September 2011.

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For a property with a $12 million price tag, you would probably expect luxury even in the pricey Florida Keys. Think again.Owner Bob Williford describes his 1.4-acre estate East Sister Rock, just off Sombrero Beach in Marathon with a three-bedroom, two-bath Bahamian style home and one-bedroom guesthouse as "a rustic vacation place where you can come and charge up your batteries. It's not fancy like staying at Trump Plaza, but it is a place where you can get away from everything."Actress Delta Burke has stayed there. Nineteen Cubans in a yellow banana boat have landed there. Visiting manatees, spiny lobsters, nurse sharks and four iguanas find it paradise.And even though the Monroe County property appraiser determined the property's total market value for 2011 was only $1,017,392, Realtor Marvin Arrieta with Century 21 Premier Elite Realty in Coral Gables said $12 million is the "right price to start on this sell." The main reason: It's a private island."The ocean is all around you," Arrieta said of East Sister Rock. "This is a very unique property. We need a unique buyer."Chris Krolow, CEO of Toronto-based Private Islands Inc., said there are only about 550 private islands for sale around the world right now, and only 60 percent of them can be purchased outright. The others are in the "leasehold category" which means a buyer purchases permission to use an island from the government."But that does not fit in with the typical island buyer who wants an island to show off," Krolow said. "This is my island."Most island buyers are entrepreneurs and Americans, Krolow said. But Patricia Delinois, CEO of Century 21 Premier Elite Realty and 2012 President of the Miami Association of Realtors, said East Sister Rock has been receiving a lot of interest internationally. Inquiries have come from people in China, India, Europe and South America.Island inventory always is at a premium. There are 1,700-plus islands that make up the Florida Keys, but most are pristine. And with today's strict environmental laws, new development permits are unlikely for most. Only 34 offshore properties have houses; nine of those have just one house, says Monroe County Property Appraiser Karl Borglum.The worldwide recession took a toll on the private island market, but a rebound is now taking place, Krolow said.In the Keys, eight private islands are now on the market. Asking prices range from $995,000 for tiny Dolphin Jump Key or even tinier Charlie's Island to $18.5 million for a property that comprises 14.5 acres on four islands in the Lower Keys. Charlie's Island, all .32 acres of it, doesn't have a house but comes with a 38foot Holiday Mansion seaworthy houseboat that sleeps four to five people. Sea Shell Key, also known as Pretty Joe Rock, is even smaller at .25 acres, but has a quaint house and is a favorite of migrating birds. It is going for $1.35 million.The 1.7-acre Fanny Key, just off Marathon, is for sale for $8 million by Thomas Palumbo, founder and CEO of Satellite Beach-based Islands International Realty. In 1987, Palumbo's New York-based real estate development company, Mascar Holding Corp., bought the island from a lobster fisherman for $500,000. A few years later, he personally paid $1 million to own it and make it his Estate createdThe main building was just a shell when Palumbo turned it into a five-bedroom, 3.5-bath home with a pool and roof deck that has 360degree views of the Gulf of Mexico. And unlike most private islands, he is hooked up to city water and electricity. He's in the process of getting hooked up to the city sewer. "If somebody came along and wrote a check for $4 million, I might take it," he said. "But I don't have to sell it. I love the place. It's my home. I've got Jet Skis and boats and a big catamaran." Alot of extra effort and logistics goes into developing an island.One man bought a $200,000 barge just to transport building supplies. Island owners tend to figure the added aggravation into their asking prices, Krolow said. "Still, at the end of the day, there are a lot of overpriced islands, he said. "But we once sold an island to a man who bought it sight unseen because it had the name of his wife. It is an interesting business."About a year ago, rumors swirled that singer Beyonce Knowles was going to get just such a gift. Rapper and record producer Jay-Z, who has a net worth of about $450 million, was said to have paid $20 million to buy the 12.5acre Hopkins Island off Big Pine Key for his wife. The sale hasn't occurred. Over the past 10 years, only eight private islands in the Keys sold for more than $1 million, Borglum said. Wednesday,March 14,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com KEY LARGO M. M. 98 1/2 Tel: 852-4515 MARATHON M. M. 50, Gulfside VillageTel: 743-5855 OPEN Mon. 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Including clearance Sportswear, Dresses, Juniors CALVIN KLEIN25% OFF!All regular priced C.K. Activewear on sale. No adjustments on prior purchases. PLUS! Our Entire Stock of Regular Priced HEALTH TOPICSfrom Mariners Hospital 91500 Overseas Highway TavernierBaptistHealth.netRegain your focus at a free seminar by ophthalmologist Zachary Segal, M.D. As with other parts of the body, the eyes undergo changes as they age. Cataracts, one of the top three aging eye issues, are a normal part of the aging process. Dr. Segal will discuss new technologies available with cataract surgery, including lens options. He also will cover the impact of diabetes on eye health. The program is free, but reservations are required. To reserve your space, call 434-3400.The Aging EyeTuesday, March 20 6-7:30 p.m. Mariners Hospital Main Conference Room Zachary Segal, M.D. Insistent Breaker lands in jailAn underage Spring Break visitor to Key West was jailed Tuesday morning after repeatedly insisting that police return the confiscated driver's license she was using to bar hop.Karson Scates, 20, of Front Royal, Va., had an ID belonging to Rachel Harr that was confiscated by a doorman at Fat Tuesday's on Duval Street, apparently because he suspected Scates wasn't Harr. It was about 1 a.m. The doorman then gave it to police Sgt. Joseph Tripp, according to a police report. Scates, assuming the identity of Harr, then approached Officer Ashlie Dean-Quiros, who reported "Harr was adamant the license belong to her," so she called Tripp over with the ID.Scates "did not know any identifying facts about the license holder" and the picture didn't look like her. Scates reportedly said the photo on the license "was taken of her when she was 16."At one point, Scates "even went as far as to have a young military man pose as her cousin in order to vouch for her identity." "I gave the female one last chance to walk away," DeanQuiros reported. She didn't and, once in handcuffs, Scates owned up to her identity, asking, "If I tell you the truth, will you let me go?" The answer: No. Scates was taken to the Monroe County Detention Center, charged with misdemeanor fraud for using an ID to impersonate another person. Scates'Facebook page says she studies psychology at George Mason University and is "in a domestic partnership" with Rachel Harr.KEY WESTKeynoter StaffF orsale: P ri v ate islands to call your v ery o w nBy CAMMY CLARKcclark@MiamiHerald.comREAL ESTATE East Sister Rock off Sombrero Beach in Marathon is one of just a handful of islands for sale.It's accessible by boat or helicopter it has a helipad.

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Opinion & EditorialWednesday,March 14,2012 Florida Keys Keynoter 6A Letters of local interest are welcome,but subject to editing and condensing.There is a 400-word limit.Letters thanking an indiv idual are welcome.Space does not permit publication of thank-you letters consisting of lists.Letters must be signed.Anonymous letters will not be published.Include a daytime phone number (which will not be published) where you may be reached if there are questions about your correspondence. Mail: Editor,Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158,Marathon,FL 33050 E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com Fax: 743-6397 Letters to the Editor Wayne Markham . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Editor Melanie Elder . . . . . . . . . . .Marketing Director Kathie Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2012 Keynoter Publishing Co. EDITORIALInsurance battle shifting gearsLETTERS TO THE EDITOR LETTERS TO THE EDITORPostal Service changingAmerica needs a financially stable U.S. Postal Service to best adapt to a changing marketplace and evolving mail needs. Toward that end, the Postal Service is taking responsible actions to preserve the long-term affordability of mail and return this organization to financial stability. The Postal Service is pursuing a significant consolidation of its national network of mail processing facilities reducing the number of facilities from 461 to fewer than 200 by the end of 2013. Declining mail volumes and a rising percentage of fixed costs dictate we take this bold action to preserve and protect the world's leading Postal Service for our customers and our employees. From 1940 to 2006, the Postal Service oversaw a continuous expansion of processing and retail facilities to meet the growing demand for mail delivery. This expanded capacity was built to handle high volumes of mail, as was the case in 2006 when volumes peaked to 213 billion pieces of mail for processing and delivery by the Postal Service. In 2011, 168 billion pieces of mail were delivered. In 2020, the Postal Service expects to deliver as few as 130 billion pieces of mail. By any standard, this is a steep percentage decline. In just the past financial quarter, the Postal Service lost $3.3 billion and is projecting steep losses for the remainder of the year. No one is to blame. Times have just changed. So must the Postal Service. The fact is the American public and businesses are relying more on electronic communications. Bills are paid online. Friends and family interact through Facebook and Twitter. Nevertheless, the demise of the Postal Service is greatly exaggerated. The Postal Service sustains a $900 billion industry that employs more than 8 million people. On any given day, we deliver to more than 151 million locations. And even in a digital world, mail remains a powerful communications, marketing and delivery channel. So to preserve the affordability of mail and to return the Postal Service to long-term financial stability, the Postal Service is taking the responsible steps of pursuing a realignment of our operational networks. As we do so, we are fully committed to ensuring a seamless transition for our employees and our customers. The realignment is contingent upon the adoption by the Postal Service of a final rule to change delivery standards. In addition, in December, the Postal Service agreed to impose a moratorium on closing or consolidating Post Offices and mail processing facilities until May 15, 2012, to give Congress and the administration the opportunity to enact an alternative plan. The steps we are taking now will put the Postal Service on a strong financial footing for decades to come. Jeffrey Becker Pembroke Pines Editor's note:The writer is district manager for the Postal Service in South Florida.Risk models take on more importance for Keys policy holders in Citizens poolOne of the final bills passed by the Florida Legislature in the waning hours of its 2012 session changes insurance assessments statewide. Dubbed the Citizens Assessment Bill, it got scant headlines. But if signed by Gov. Rick Scott, it would provide rate relief for virtually all non-Citizens Property Insurance Corp. policyholders in the state. This doesn't change current rates that Keys policyholders pay Citizens, but the bill attempts to level the playing field, according to legislative staff analysis. Instead of assessing a 6 percent reserve-fund premium across virtually all property insurance policies, the bill reduces that to 2 percent. Citizens policyholders are still subject to reserve fund assessments up to 15 percent no change from current law. With 1.5 million policies, Citizens is Florida's largest property insurer. And lawmakers worry over reserves needed to pay future claims. That's why all policyholders pay into a catastrophe fund for Citizens, which now holds $12.8 billion in reserves. Annalise Mannix, executive director of Fair Insurance Rates in Monroe (FIRM), says the state's rainy-day fund is now large enough to cover a catastrophe like Hurricane Andrew, or the back-to-back hurricanes in 2004-05 that swept Florida's midsection. She describes passage of the Citizens Assessment Bill as "good news, because it cuts people's fees a little bit." And it plays well with legislators who represent non-coastal areas in Florida (where windstorm rates are far less expensive and available from a wider pool of insurers). "When people push politicians in the middle of the state [over insurance rates)] that's a bad thing," Mannix says. With Friday's compromise bill passing, both coastal and interior county lawmakers got something. The next battle over windstorm rates for Keys property owners will come with changes to the windstorm models that insurance companies use to assess damages and set future rates. Mannix says the loss of Scott Wallace, who's led Citizens the past six years will hurt. "He was open to seeing some change and agreed to hold workshops on the flood versus wind damage assessments." On Monday, Citizens'board of governors named a Chicago head-hunting firm to search for candidates to replace Wallace. Whoever winds up in that job, it will be important for FIRM to continue pressing for more accurate models that fairly project rates based on wind damage, not flood (which is covered under the federal flood insurance program). As Mannix explains to each new risk expert she encounters from Tallahassee: "We've been using metal roofs [in the Keys] for more than 100 years. It's important they realize, we build our homes very differently than other places in Florida."Here's hoping Citizens'new president gets the message.No vending at SombreroAfter the people, Sombrero Beach is the nicest thing in Marathon. Adding a for-profit business on a pristine jewel is, in my humble opinion, the path to perdition. Allow one, there will be another hustler with a friend on the City Council or friends who used to be on the council, wanting Jet Skis, kayaks, sailboards or paddle boards or a beer stand. It could be just like public beaches in New Jersey. Frankly, the way the City Council flushes away money, the proposed $18,000, $20,000 or $25,000 would buy at most two landscaping plants for the Grassy Key sewage plant or a couple of pallets of sod for the community park. In the 30 years I was able to use the beach daily, I never once thought, man, do I want to rent something. Amazingly, people who want a chair bring a chair. Even tourists. Sombrero should be kept as the one place on the water that is free of commerce. Craig Geary The Redlands Don't widen the channelAs a grassroots, science-based organization, Reef Relief has worked for the past 25 years on the environmental impacts of the cruise industry. As a result of our work and the work of our environmental partners, we have been successful in improving cruise ship advanced wastewater treatment and setting stronger rules to improve ballast water management that prevents invasive species from entering our waters. Our work was instrumental in getting a no-discharge zone for sewage extended to federal water. Consequently, we have good reasons to be proud of our historic role in preserving and protecting the coral reefs of the Florida Keys. However, recent initiatives and discussions have raised several important questions. Is widening the shipping channel into Key West Harbor an environmentally dangerous but necessary requirement to sustain our city as a viable navigable tourist port? Is a study of the existing physical conditions a cautious and responsible procedure to establish the possible environmental impacts on our coral reefs? There are many individuals and organizations that have voiced their opinions on this subject. However, our mission is clear and driven by a singular concern. Our client is the coral reef, and only the coral reef. No study can justify the destruction of any part of our coral reef. Therefore, our position is nonnegotiable. The coral reefs in and around the Florida Keys should never be reduced to a bargaining chip. They are our true lifeblood. The reef's protection is a community responsibility, our legacy and Reef Relief's passionate mission. Mill McCleary Executive program director Reef Relief For the board Key West Vending at Higgs Beach in Key West.Protecting seagrass is in everyone's interestMarch signals spring time in Florida the longer days and warmer weather can create ideal conditions for fishing, kayaking, boating or standup paddleboarding in Florida's estuaries and other coastal waterways. It is fitting then that March is Seagrass Awareness Month because seagrass beds are such an important component of our coastal waterways. According to a recent report by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 2.2 million acres of seagrasses have been documented in Florida waters, providing ecological services worth $20 billion per year.Ecological services include habitat values that cannot be measured by a traditional economic scale, i.e., the value of providing habitat to juvenile sport fish or food for manatees and sea turtles. Seagrass beds also provide direct economic benefits to Florida through fishing charters and ecotourism businesses. The condition of Florida's seagrasses varies in different regions. Sea grasses in the Keys are believed to be stable while those in certain areas of Southwest Florida and the Panhandle are declining. Seagrasses along Florida's east coast have been showing an increasing trend, and South Florida contains nearly 60 percent of the state's seagrasses. However, great losses in seagrass abundance in Brevard County in 2011 caused by environmental factors are a reminder that these ecosystems are vulnerable. Seagrasses are found in clear and relatively shallow waters because their growth is fueled by sunlight. Their occurrence in shallow water makes them susceptible to damage by boats that may try to motor through areas without proper clearance, creating prop scars in the grass beds. A churning propeller cuts not only the blades of the grasses, but uproots and destroys the rhizomes (roots) in the sand. It can take years for the sediment to support regrowth and allow the scars to heal. To prevent prop scarring, boats should stay in marked deep-water channels while traveling. Flats boats fishing in the seagrass beds should use poles and trolling motors to move through the water to avoid damaging seagrasses with their engines. If boaters become stuck in a shallow area with seagrasses or other submerged resources, they should never use the engine to try to blast free. Instead, they should turn off the engine, shift passenger weight distribution in the boat and try to move the boat using a long pole or oar. If necessary, one or more passengers can exit the boat and push it to deeper water. Boaters should also use polarized sunglasses to reduce glare and help them see resources like seagrasses beneath the water's surface. Seagrasses are negatively affected by stormwater runoff and algae blooms that block the sun's rays since they need sunlight to grow. Stormwater runoff to coastal waters can be reduced by creating swales and retention ponds and using pervious pavement. Limiting use of fertilizers in landscapes adjacent to coastal waterways can reduce the nutrient loading that contributes to algae blooms. All of us who live and recreate in coastal areas can take steps to make our waters cleaner and protect the seagrasses that are so vitally important to our aquatic ecosystem and economy. Katie Tripp has been the Maitland-based Save the Manatee Club's science and conservation director since May 2008. She received her Ph.D. in veterinary medical sciences from the University of Florida, where she conducted research on manatee physiology.GUEST COLUMN TRIPP Solar for No Name KeyFolks who live in the solar community on No Name Key have all of the modern conveniences and live very comfortably. Over the years, we've been occasional dinner guests on No Name, so we honestly don't see what the current fuss with Keys Energy Services possibly providing commercial power is all about. When we've been on No Name, we've seen the same kind and number of electrical appliances in use that we have in our conventional on-the-grid homes. We know that our No Name friends chose the alternative solar lifestyle and they are completely happy with that decision. We applaud the solar choice that No Name provides, and we believe the island's residents should be supported and emulated. Keys Energy Services needs to understand commercial electric power has no place on No Name. Period. Richard and Doris Casey Big Pine Key North Kingstown, R.I.Community comes through for childrenThe 19th annual RE/MAX Children's Miracle Network chicken roast was a wonderful success and raised almost $2,800 for Miami Children's Hospital, our miracle hospital. Of course, none of this would be possible if it weren't for the giving people of the Keys. Aspecial thank you all the sponsors and promoters, the patrons who have been supporting this benefit over the years, and the Marathon Shrine Club members for their continued support. Of course, the benefit would not have been possible if it were not for the generous donations from the Sons of the Legion and the use of the facility from American Legion Post 154 in Marathon. We couldn't have done it without them. Thanks again. Karen Farley-Wilkinson Marathon

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Wednesday,March 14,2012 7A Keynoter KeysNet.com At Beautiful Rainbow Bend Resort€ Mile Marker 58,Grassy Key Reservations 289-1554€ Credit Cards Accepted The only thing we overlook is the ocean.ŽOpen 7 days a week € Dinner 4:30 10pm € Breakfast 7:30 10am Formal yet warm setting... Attentive ServiceŽ… LAttitudes review Feb. 1, 2002Casual,Gourmet Dining Sunset Dinner SpecialNo w only $15.95per personMust be seated by 5:15 7 nights a week (except holidays) 4:30 5:15 pm ADVERTISE IN THECall Laura at 743-5551 to place your business ad.(Contractors are required to list their license number)FOR AS LOW AS $49.28PER MONTHOver 30,000 circulation weekly from Key West to Key Largo. Publication every Wed. and Sat. and now online at www.keysnet.com EXAMPLE Choosing the correct price is a critical first step when selling your home.If your home is priced correctly,you will capture the attention of the most qualified buyers,the first month your home is listed. With the upheaval in the real estate market,pricing a home is a challenge,and especially so in the luxury home sector.It takes more information to properly price a one of a kind,multi-million dollar home even under normal market conditions.An experienced REALTOR in luxury real estate can help you strategically price your property and put your home out in front of the competition. They have firsthand knowledge of the luxury home market and know how to pinpoint your homes true value by comparing its unique features to other similar properties on the market. Serving the Florida Keys Real Estate Industry since 1980,Patti Stanley has lived,worked and played in the Keys all her life.She is presently serving as Chairman of the District Advisory Committee to the Tourist Development Council, and as a Board Member for the Mariners Hospital Foundation. Patti owns ISLAND VILLA RENTALS, the premier firm for vacation rentals and property management since 1995. She joined OCEAN SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL REALTY,as a Broker-Associate in 2011.Call her today for exceptional service and advice! Take the native tour on-line at www.Oceansir.com or www.Islandvilla.com Call Patti Stanley Today at 3 0 5 3 9 3 4 4 3 3 for Personalized Real Estate Advice!PRICING YOUR LUXURY HOME Notice is hereby given:Por este medio:Kevin NashPeterOrtiz JrOreste BlancoMichael Maxhaleau 315 Avenue A5030 5th Ave, #253812 Cindy Ave305 S Airport Dr Key West, Fl 33040Key West, Fl 33040Key West, Fl 33040Sum merland Key, Fl 33042You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are required to contact the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections, in Key West, Florida, no later than thirty (30) days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond will result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor and your name will be removed from the statewide voter registration system. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Monroe County Supervisor of Elections 530 Whitehead Street, #101 Key West, Florida 33040 305-292-3416 Se le notifica que se ha cuestionado su aptitud para votar. Usted tiene la obligacin de comunicarse con el Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe en Cayo Hueso, Florida, a ms tardar treinta (30) das despus de la fecha de esta publicacin. No responder tendr por resultado una determinacin por parte del Supervisor de la ineptitud suya para votar, por lo que se sacar su nombre del sistema de inscripciones electorales del Estado. Harry L. Sawyer, Jr. Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Monroe 530 Whitehead Street, #101 Key West, Florida 33040 305-292-3416 Published Keynoter 3-14-12 BURGER KING CORPORATION IS THE EXCLUSIVE LICENSEE OF THE BURGER KING BUN HALVES AND CRESCENT LOGO AND THE TRADEMARK IT JUST TASTES BETTERŽ AND THE REGISTERED BURGER KING TRADEMARK. 1999 BURGER KING CORPORATION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Monroe County Resident Discount Card 10% Off Any Purchase At Any Burger King In The Florida KeysPresent your Monroe County ID to cashier before ordering to receive a 10% discount on any purchase. Not combined with any other offers. BusinessNova Southeastern University Professor Barry Barnes tells his management classes on the Broward County campus the Grateful Dead can teach us a lot about business and personal finance. Barnes, 68, a former IBM and John Deere ITexecutive, followed the band for decades to learn the secrets behind the Grateful Dead's marketing genius. He recently published his findings in "Everything I Know About Business I Learned from the Grateful Dead: The Ten Most Innovative Lessons From a Long, Strange Trip." Band members managed to thumb their collective noses at the established music world and "become one of the longest-lived, most-beloved, and topgrossing acts of the late 20th Century," Barnes writes in his book, adding, "Even now, 16 years after breaking up, the Grateful Dead, remains a formidable business empire. Barnes was working at IBM in 1969 when he heard his first Grateful Dead album. But it wasn't until attending a Dead show (he's been to about 200 concerts) in Berkeley, Calif., in 1985 that he realized the band had "some important lessons to teach the business world." Barnes quit his ITcorporate job at John Deere to get a doctorate, focusing on the Grateful Dead's business acumen. "I have a passion for music, and something about the Grateful Dead really got to me. I had to understand their ability to change and their improvisation," Barnes said. Both are crucial in today's tough economic times in a rapidly changing high-tech world, he said. Three examples of Deadhead principles that can help others: Disrupt old habits. The band members didn't trust the music industry so they started what turned out to be a lucrative record company, merchandising company and mail-order ticketing business. In your personal life, get rid of bad habits, such as spending your paycheck before you have a chance to save.Embrace caution. You can be a free spirit while being careful with your money. Remember the classic Dead lyrics: "When life looks like Easy Street, there is danger at your door." Check out new investments before you actually put down money.Accept your errors but make adjustments. Don't beat yourself up if you lose money, but learn from your mistakes before going on. Early on, for example, the Grateful Dead trusted someone close to handle the band's money, but the employee ended up stealing $150,000, Barnes said. Band members learned to watch over financial details and monitor their money more carefully.Band developed finance acumen over careerMcClatchy-TribunePERSONAL FINANCE Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate Co.'s Middle Keys office hosted its annual yard sale on March 3 and it took in more than $3,400 for the Coldwell Banker Schmitt Charitable Foundation.All proceeds are distributed in Monroe County to individuals, families and nonprofit organizations whose critical needs are not being met through other means.Since its inception in April 2002,the foundation has raised more than $905,000.SUCCESSFUL SALE Consumers aren't ceding to debt collectors without a fight. Complaints about debt collectors ranked second last year among total consumer complaints to the Federal Trade Commission. Part of the problem is that "with the bad economic times, people are getting more in debt and less able to pay their bills," said Dallas attorney Frances Smith, who represents corporate creditors and debtors. But there also have been many cases of unscrupulous debt collectors using unfair or deceptive tactics to try scaring people into settling up. "I don't think the abuses are occurring at the creditor level as they are on the thirdparty debt collection level," said Smith, a lawyer at Shackelford, Melton & McKinley LLP. "It's when your debt is sold off to a third person and they're collecting it." The debt collection industry said the FTC report tells only part of the story. "We take consumer complaints seriously and agree on the significant importance of protecting consumers against businesses that engage in deceptive, unfair or abusive practices," said Pat Morris, chief executive of ACAInternational, which represents debt collectors. "However, the FTC's report doesn't explain several relevant underlying factors contributing to the increase in the number of complaints against the thirdparty debt collection industry," Morris said. For one thing, FTC complaints don't necessarily equate to bad behavior, ACAsaid. "While the FTC simply tallies consumer complaints, the agency admittedly does so without investigation into whether the complaint is actually illegal or a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act," the group said. "It therefore cannot be assumed that all complaints equate to actual bad behavior." Secondly, "The significant increase in volume of delinquent or defaulted debt during America's current recession is prompting more consumer contact (with debt collectors) than ever before," ACAsaid. "Today, more than 1 billion consumer contacts are made each year in America to collect health care, retail, credit card, student loan, government and other debt," Morris said. Debtors also get bad advice from unscrupulous businesses on how to handle their debts, said Tom Stockton, a Carrollton, Texas, debt collector who is president-elect of ACA. "We're doing everything we can to educate our members as to what is the right way to do things," said Stockton, chief executive of the CMI Group. Consumers should know their rights when it comes to dealing with debt collectors. The federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act prohibits debt collectors from using abusive, unfair or deceptive practices to collect from you. The FTC enforces that law. So know your rights. It's stressful enough to find yourself behind on bills and unable to pay your debts. You don't need to put up with abusive debt collectors, too.Some contend their actions are abusiveMcClatchy-TribuneConsumers take on debt collectorsPERSONAL FINANCEThis is the original incarnation of the Grateful Dead,with Jerry Garcia in the front and (rear from left),Bill Kreutzmann,Pigpen,Bob Weir,Mickey Hart and Phil Lesh.Prof teaches lessons learned from the Dead

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8A Wednesday,March 14,2012 Take a magic carpet ride from the Middle East to the Middle Keys and preview John Rudolphs exquisite collection of hand-woven one-of-a-kind and vintage rugs during this exclusive Nomadic Rug Event Extravaganza! Sale Ends Sunday, March 18 8345 Overseas Hwy MarathonAcross from Marathon Airport (84th Street and U.S. 1 Oceanside) John Rudolphs Nomadic Rug Extravaganza & Prince Of Persia Cocktail Party Elegant and SustainableDesign for theHome JoyceH A P P Y 1 s t A N N I V E R S A R Y ! One of many to come! Love forever, TerryYou know it  s true... because it  s in print! Its the Wicker Webs AnnualSt. Patricks Day St.PatricksDay Sale Sale One Day Only ~ March 17 March17 With 17% 17% Off Entire Inventory(Except Previous Marked Items) W W icker W icker W eb ebFax:743-8445€ 743-3696€ Est.1975Crabtree & Evelyn8917-21 Overseas Hwy.€ Marathon Home Decor & Gifts Key West Aloe Products we still know how to party.After 125 years... Enter for a chance to win at any full-service IBERIABANK branch or LikeŽ us on Facebook by April 30, 2012. Were celebrating generations of success by giving away the new generation iPad. www.iberiabank.comFind an IBERIABANK branch near you today. Win the newest Pad.Marathon: Islamorada: Servicing Monroe County since 1984 3 Ton High Efficency Indoor-Outdoor with Heat(plus the cost of the permit) € Commercial & Residential € All makes & models available € € Available for any type of service$2,900.to Replace! Ai r Condi t i oni ng R e p l a c e m e n tAir conditioning heat included Monroe Service Co. State Certified ContractorPaul 797-1123 € Phil 7973333Kohler.or.paul@gmail.com € Monroe282@gmail.com Second inmate dies at jailThe Monroe County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday identified a jail inmate who died Saturday night as Waldemar Pacheco, 52, of Key West. He'd been in the county lockup on Stock Island since January 2011 on various drug charges and had a Keys rap sheet going back to 2001. Pacheco is the second inmate to die at the jail in a week. On March 5, Aracelia Miranda, 52, was found in the jail's sick bay around 3 p.m. Adeputy performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation and, when paramedics arrived, they used a defibrillator to try to revive her but were unsuccessful. Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Becky Herrin said the cause of death appears natural. Same for Pacheco, she said. Autopsies on both were performed by the county Medical Examiner's Office. In the Pacheco case, Herrin said, "he was in sick bay in the facility due to numerous and extensive medical issues." He died just after 10 p.m. Friday; the on-duty nurse checked on him and asked the sick-bay officer to call for an ambulance due to his condition. A short time later, just before paramedics arrived, he stopped breathing. CPR was begun; when paramedics arrived, they continued CPR, transporting him to Lower Keys Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.Police say no suspicious cause foundSTOCK ISLANDKeynoter Staff D KEYSNET.COM Its the Wicker Webs AnnualSt. Patricks Day St.PatricksDay Sale Sale One Day Only ~ March 17 March17 With 17% 17% Off Entire Inventory(Except Previous Marked Items) W W icker W icker W eb ebFax:743-8445€ 743-3696€ Est.1975Crabtree & Evelyn8917-21 Overseas Hwy.€ Marathon Home Decor & Gifts Key West Aloe Products

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,MARCH 14,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 6B Careful online Speech might be free and so is Facebook,but combining the two can be dangerous. Story, 4B Woman's Hope Concert The annual Woman's Hope Concert brings together well-known Keys singers to battle cancer.Story, 3B B Sports & OutdoorsFishing CommunityLifestyle Photo by BERT BUDDEMatt Chelekis connects for a triple that scored two runs for Key West against Gulliver Prep on Saturday night.Conchs break their losing streakIt was the top of the seventh inning Saturday night at Rex Weech Field, and Gulliver Prep had just scored twice to cut the Key West High baseball team's lead to 7-6. Could the Conchs hang on and stop their six-game losing streak? There were no outs. It was up to freshman pitcher Andrew Freeman to finish the game he started. The next batter, Kris Izquierdo, lined out to shortstop Michael Abreu. Then the dangerous Chris Chinea (who has signed to play at Louisiana State) stepped to the plate. Freeman induced him to pop weakly to first baseman Hugo Valdez for the second out. But Eric Nietzel then singled, bringing up Joe Dunand, who already had two hits. Dunand took a pitch as Nietzel stole second. Then, like Chinea had done, he lifted a foul popup that Valdez caught for the final out. The streak was over and the Conchs now 4-7 had defeated a highly rated District 16-4Aopponent that it had lost to, 10-0, a week and a half earlier in Miami. The game was the latest example that Freeman has emerged, not only as the team's ace pitcher, but also as a leader. When the Conchs boarded their bus after losing to Mater Academy last week in Homestead, Freeman approached his coach. "He basically said that he wanted the ball, because he wanted to be the one to end the streak," Miguel Menendez said. Menendez said he didn't consider taking out Freeman who allowed five hits and struck out eight in the dramatic seventh. "He is very confident," the coach said. "It allows him to be successful because he trusts that his stuff is good enough to get people out and he attacks the strike zone." The Conchs took a 3-0 lead in the first, with two runs scoring on a triple by Matt Chelekis. They added a run in the second on a double by Darren Miller and a single by Chris Garcia. After Gulliver scored four runs to tie the game in the top of the third, the Conchs came back with three, thanks mostly to four walks and a wild pitch by Raiders starter Javier Lopez. The Conchs were held hitless the next four innings by lefty reliever Ivan Pelaez, who struck out six of the 11 batters he faced. "This one victory against a good opponent was huge," Menendez said. "It allows us to show these guys that if they continue to work and get better, good things can still happen for this team. Key West pulled into a tie with Gulliver in the district standings. Both teams are 22 (Gulliver is 8-3 overall) and Coral Shores is 0-3. The Conchs will play host to Royal Palm Beach at 7 tonight.Freeman holds back Gulliver in 7-6 victoryBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST BASEBALLHurricanes best Dolphins, 10-1Coral Shores High School bested Keys rival and South Florida Baseball Conference foe Marathon High School Friday, 10-3, on the Dolphins'home field. The Canes lost to Royal Palm Beach High School on Saturday, 9-3, before shutting out Miami Country Day Monday, 7-0. The team now sits at 8-4 overall, but is undefeated at 7-0 in the conference. The Dolphins defeated Ransom Everglades School on Saturday, 9-7, to improve to 5-1 in the conference and 8-4 overall. Friday's game was tight early, but the Hurricanes jumped out to a commanding lead with four runs in the top of the third inning and another five in the fourth. Apair of Dolphins errors in the third inning led to the first two runs scoring on a two-run single. Atwo-run homer later in the inning put the Canes up 5-1. Asingle and two bunt base hits loaded the bases with no outs in the top of the fourth, and a grand slam put the game out of reach early at 10-1. Marathon added two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning, but failed to close the gap any further. "We had some errors, but they hit the ball and outplayed us. I said all season you can't give good teams extra chances and we did boot it a few times. Coral Shores is a real good team," Dolphins coach Luis Leal said. The Dolphins also struggled offensively, with just four hits against the Canes. Ian Almodovar, Carlos O'Farrill, Yoniel Esquirol and Joey Gonzalez had the only hits. "You have to be able to score and we had three or four hits. You won't win like that unless you get great pitching and defense," Leal said. Coral Shores is scheduled to visit Archbishop Curley High School Thursday at 4 p.m. in its final game before Spring Break. The Dolphins are slated to visit Curley Tuesday before leaving Friday for a five-game Spring Break trip to Orlando.Both squads now holding 8-4 recordsBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comPREP BASEBALL Marathon netters split with PalmerThe Marathon High School tennis team split a pair of matches Friday against District 16 rival Palmer Trinity School. The girls team won, 6-1, while the boys fell 2-5. The girls also played a match against Archimedean Academy Thursday, losing 2-5. Except for a No. 1 singles loss from Marina Kay Wiatt, the Dolphins easily handled the Falcons on Friday. No. 2 Jackie Clairmont and No. 3 Savannah Schuhmacher each won 84, while No. 4 Regan Durkin shut out her opponent, 8-0, and No. 5 Kelsey Melton won 8-2. Wiatt and Durkin won No. 1 doubles together, 84, and the Falcons forfeited the No. 2 match. On the boys (1-3) side, No. 4 Jake Coldren and No. 5 Stevie Nelson notched the only victories for the Dolphins. Each won 8-2. "I still think the boys haven't reached their full potential. What I see during and practice and match time are still too far apart. They're getting nerves on match day," coach Chris Bull said, noting an exception in Coldren. "When it's game day and his mind is in it, he's tough to beat and he stomped his player on Friday," he said. The girls (3-3) faced a small but talented group from Archimedean Thursday and lost 0-7. Bull said the team was missing No. 3 Schuhmacher, who was out for the match. "They only have five people on the team, but all five have pros they work with and are one-sport athletes," Bull said. "If Savannah was in there it would have been ... pretty close. We don't have as much depth and when we lose a girl it puts us out of whack." Marathon was scheduled to visit Coral Shores High School Tuesday, but results weren't available at press time. The boys team is slated to host International Studies Charter School on Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Marathon Community Park. It's the last match before a two-week Spring Break.Girls easily get victory but boys fallBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON TENNISFinally, in the win column"Let's see how much you girls want to win it's up to you," Key West High softball coach Steve Wells said to his winless team as it sat in the dugout before Friday night's game against John Carroll at the little, mangrove-bordered park known as the Back Yard. As it turned out, the Conchs wanted to win a lot. In a tingling turnaround, Key West, which had begunLady Conchs win 2 after a 0-7 startBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOFTBALL See Lady Conchs,2B Photo by BERT BUDDEKey West's Rachel Quad fires a pitch as third baseman Lauren Schoneck gets set during the Conchs'game Friday night against John Carroll.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Wednesday,March 14,2012 the season 0-7, went on to defeat the Rams, 5-4, with a three-run seventh-inning rally. And then on Saturday night, in an even more thrilling fashion, the Conchs defeated the same team, 10-9. Such a change in direction seemed unlikely in the first game when Carroll pitcher Alysio Camelo blasted a three-run homer off Rachel Quad in the top of the fourth to give the Rams a 4-1 lead. That delighted the fans who had come down from Fort Pierce, and their mascot, who was dressed like a ram. "I was supposed to throw the pitch high and tight, but I got it out in her spot," Quad, who pitched a six-hitter, said later. The Conchs cut it to 4-2 in their half of the inning on an RBI infield hit by Ashlyn Katz. But Camelo looked strong in the fifth and sixth, and, with the bottom of the order coming up in the seventh and her teammates chanting, "Alysio Camelo, Alysio Camelo," she seemed on the brink of wrapping up the game. Brooke Marsden opened the seventh with a single and was forced out at second on a grounder by Caroline Talbott. Adriana Garcia singled Talbott to third, and the crowd came alive when Raquel Schoneck singled in Talbott to make it 4-3. Schoneck's twin, Lauren, then lofted an easy fly that the right fielder dropped, allowing Garcia to score from second base with the tying run. Now, Raquel was on third and Lauren was on second with one out. Kendall Galvan then hit a grounder back to Camelo, who looked briefly at Raquel before throwing to first base. Suddenly, Raquel streaked for the plate and scored when the first baseman's throw sailed wide. The losing streak was over. "When she threw the ball, I was going home," Raquel said when the celebration died down. Quad, her right arm encased in ice, said, "Finally. We are here to win, not lose." Then came Saturday night. Britney Price, who had been in a prolonged slump, hit a two-run homer to win the game in the bottom of the seventh. The Conchs had to fight back after a grand slam by Carroll's Rachel Rahal put Carroll ahead, 9-6, in the sixth. Ahomer by Devin Osterhoudt cut the lead to 9-8 and set the stage for Price's heroics. Raquel Schoneck was 4-for-4 at the plate. Key West, which defeated Coral Shores on Monday, will play a district game at 4 this afternoon at St. Brendan, and then return for weekend games against University High (6:30 p.m. Friday, noon Saturday).Conchs get comeback winFrom Lady Conchs,1BWind's still kicking so stay baysideFear not the wind, for there are many options for good fishing. For the best experience, choose a charter captain who knows the hidden spots that are holding fish right now. Most all charter captains have been taking their groups to the bay and the bridges. These areas are comfortable even on a windy day and provide some excellent rod-bending action. Everglades National Park is offering up an outstanding bite of sea trout. Captains are also picking away at redfish and snook. Choose a charter captain with a bay boat and knowledge of the area, and a group of three or four anglers will have a day on the water that's all about catching. The same holds true for the grassy flats on the bayside of Marathon. There are sea trout along with lots and lots of mangrove snapper, some yellowtails, Spanish and cero mackerel and plenty of throw-back grouper. There are lemon, blacktip and bull sharks roaming the bay banks. These toothy critters are a blast to catch and release on light spin tackle. The gulf and bay wrecks are holding Florida pompano plus mangrove snapper, grouper and some Spanish mackerel. Center-console charter boats can easily get to all of these areas, and groups up to six will happily put together a very tasty catch. As the winds continue, pick your days carefully for fishing on the Atlantic side of the islands. When you can get to the reef, the patches or Hawk Channel, the fishing is very good for yellowtail, lane and mangrove snapper. You may want to wait until things calm down before venturing further out.The week's bestCapt. Matt Bellinger of Bamboo Charters in Islamorada reports the catch for sea trout in the backcountry is off the chain and on the hook. All three of his bay boats are getting groups out for good action. Capt. Jeff Shelar, of Catch-Em-All Charters docked at Captain Pip's Marina and Hideaway in Marathon, is starting to see some nice lane snapper on the spawn inshore. His anglers caught snapper and cobia in the bay, including a 34-pound cobia landed by Billy Randolph from Pittsburgh. The SeaSquared fished in the bay and our anglers caught mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel. Several of our groups opted for catch-and-release shark fishing and had a blast landing lemon and bull sharks in the fiveto sixfoot class. We got to the reef on one trip with Whit Procter, from Beaufort N.C., and his buddy Bobby Garland, from Boca Raton. The duo caught their limit of snapper along with porgy, hogfish and small grouper. They also had a six-foot scalloped hammerhead shark give them a run for their money. With the big breeze up, Capt. Moe Mottice of Moe's Custom Charters in Key West spent the week fishing close to shore and catching tarpon, big spinner sharks, snapper and plenty of throw-back grouper. The inner Key West Harbor and areas just west of the Northwest Channel are holding fish and are the best venues for avoiding wind-whipped waves.Casting contestCapt. Spider's Casting for Charity takes place Thursday at Salty's Waterfront Grill, located at the 7 Mile Marina, mile marker 47.5 bayside in Marathon. The fun contest runs from 6 to 8 p.m. and will benefit Save-A-Turtle. Capt. Chris Johnson is a member of the Yamaha National Fishing Team and specializes in offshore, gulf/bay, reef/wreck, shark and tarpon fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of the 7 Mile Marina in Marathon. You can reach him at 743-5305, SeaSquared@bellsouth.net and www.SeaSquared Charters.com .Backcountry fishing still going strongFISHING THE FLORIDA KEYS Whit Procter and Bobby Garland show off their catch from a trip to the reef and Hawk Channel with SeaSquared Charters.Chris Johnson Captain'sColumn SPORTS BRIEFSYouth club seeks parent volunteersThe Marathon Youth Club is in search of willing parents to volunteer for the Little League board of directors this year. Youth Club board member Lynn Landry said Little League season is expected to begin no later than April 1. The Little League board helps organize team, scheduling and participation in the worldwide Little League Baseball tournament culminating with an annual tournament in Williamsport, Pa. For more information on joining the board, contact Landry at 731-4161.'Seas the Day' is top boat nameMaking the decision to buy a boat comes easy for some people. Picking a name for the boat, however, can prove to be much harder, according to Boat Owners Association of the United States, better known as BoatUS. "Aboat name reflects the life and loves of the owner," says Occoless Trotter of the BoatUS Boat Graphics Department in Alexandria, Va., which helps boaters design their own boat names "But it's hard to sum it all up with just a few words." The half-million-member boat owners group has been tallying the Top 10 list of boat names for more than two decades. The 22nd annual list of names: 1. Seas the Day 2. Nauti Buoy 3. Aquaholic 4. Dream Weave.r 5. Pegasus 6. Serenity Now 7. Second Wind 8. Liquid Asset. 9. Miss Behavin' 10. Blew ByYou .Galvan, DeRoche are all-starsKey West High School seniors Kendall Galvan and Robyn DeRoche excelled at recent all-star soccer games at the University of South Florida in Tampa. The pair were chosen to play for the South in the annual All-Star Classic by members of the Florida AthleticCoaches Association. Galvan and DeRoche, who concluded their Conch soccer careers in January, were praised by various coaches for their performances in the two games, said Key West coach Scott Paul, who led the South. Galvan who took a break from playing shortstop for the Conchs softball team was runner-up for most valuable player of the South team, an honor won by American Heritage's Haleigh Stremanos, who scored four goals in the two games. On a Friday night, the South lost, 8-2, to a North team that had representatives from three statechampion teams, and the next afternoon the South and West tied, 4-4. The two Conchs each played at least three positions.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOCCER Main Attraction wins Shell tournamentThe Main Attraction out of Key Colony Beach won the $5,500 first prize at the 14th annual Leon Shell Memorial Sailfish Tournament that ended March 4. Anglers Joe Madrick of Palm Beach and Marathon's Ed Rice, Digger Rodamer and Mike Langemi released one sail the tournament's first fish on time for the win. The teammates fished with Marathon's Marty Lewis at the helm. Second place and a $1,500 prize went to the Silent Hunter team with Capt. Bucko Platt of Marathon. He guided fellow Marathon anglers John Callion, B.J. Meyer, Ely Hernandez and Cody Darbie, whose single sailfish landed the team its runner-up slot based on time. Team Tiki led by Capt. Roy Lindback of Islamorada, was awarded third place and a $1,000 cash prize. Team anglers Craig Lindback and Seanna Lindback, both from Tavernier, captured the tournament's third sailfish, behind team Silent Hunter Mark Pairier of Londonderry, N.H., caught the tournament's largest kingfish at 25.2 pounds and largest tuna at 15.4 pounds. Pairier fished aboard the Game On. The largest dolphin was a 6.8-pounder caught by Ely Hernandez. Acheck for $15,000 was presented to Hospice of the Florida Keys/Visiting Nurse Association, the event's beneficiary. Afield of 37 anglers fished the tournament from eight boats.KCB-based team takes home $5KMARATHON FISHING

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Top it all off with raising money for a good cause, and you have the makings of the sixth annual Woman's Hope Concert, March 30, at the Tennessee Williams Cabaret Theatre. This one-of-a-kind show is produced by the Key West Woman's Club as a benefit for the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys. The Foundation provides financial help to needy patients battling cancer in the Keys. While those patients undergo chemotherapy and radiation, the Foundation lends a hand, said Kim Gordon, the Key West Woman's Club chair and event founder. Since its founding in 2007, this event has raised more than $100,000 for people in need in the Florida Keys, she said. The all-star cast for this year's concert includes Kathleen Peace, Melody Cooper, Kim Gordon, Christine Cordone, Valerie Carr, Raven Cooper, and Maj Johnson. They will be joined by special guests Ruben Navarro, Cliff Sawyer and Rich Simone. Mike Emerson on guitar, Linda Sparks on piano, Joe Dallas playing bass, Dave Parker on the drums and vibes, and an appearance by acclaimed jazz harpist Scott Marischen, round out the musical talent that will take the stage. Randy Thompson, as special guest star, will emcee the evening, which kicks off at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $45-$65 and can be purchased through Keystix.com or the Tennessee Williams Theatre box office at 2961520. The all-volunteer Cancer Foundation has provided assistance to hundreds of Florida Keys residents over the past 13 years "to help them fight this devastating disease," said Elizabeth Ignoffo, Woman's Club President. "All funds raised by the Woman's Hope Concert will assist patients receiving treatment to pay for rent and household bills. Organizers are still seeking businesses and individuals as sponsors. All donations received during the pre-concert fundraising appeal will be acknowledged in the concert program. To donate to the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys, call 745-2030.Singers bring A-game for fundraiserKEY WESTThe cast from Woman's Hope Concert belts out a big number at last year's concert. Satchmo trumpeterplays Keys March 30Troy Anderson can't be the the world's only singing bartender, but he may be the only singing, trumpet-playing bartender who turns into Louis Armstrong. Anderson, who work's at Ohara's Jazz & Blues Cafe in Broward County, will perform a concert at the Murrary E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center, mile marker 102, bayside, on March 30. Areception begins at 7 p.m. with the concert to follow at 8 p.m. Anderson will be accompanied by Doug Bickel, keyboard and musical director at the Cultural Center; Gary Thomas on bass, and Danny Burger on drums. Tickets cost $20 at the door. The event is being sponsored by the Friends of the Key Largo Cultural Center. Here's what Stu Grant, a South Florida jazz radio DJ, had to say about Anderson: "Mr. Anderson has had the pleasure of sitting in with jazz personalities such as Jesse Jones, Nicole Henry, Don Kaufman, Danny Burger, Ben Champion, Coco Rouizer, Mike Harvey, Nick Orta, Nicole Yarling, Dave Shelly, Jeff Watkins, Eric Allison, Rick Harris and Brian Murphy. "Mr. Anderson not only plays like pops, sings like pops, if you didn't know any better; well, you know where I'm going with this." The jazz trumpeter and singer began playing at age 10, growing up in a Bahamian family in New Jersey, where he played in church brass bands and later with the Bayonne Bridgemen Drum & Bugle Corps. He later spent a tour in the U.S. Army, performing in Germany where he played trumpet with German Dixieland bands. "Anderson is simply amazing as Louis Armstrong,"wrote Sean Piccoli, reviewing Anderson's performance for the SunSentinel newspaper. For more information, call Linda Kaplan at (305)396-7000, or e-mail her at: Linda@fklcc.org. Broward man cut his teeth with BridgemenKEY LARGO Troy Anderson performs at the end of the month.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,March 14,2012 Crossword solutionSolution to the March 10 puzzle.LIVING BRIEFSPigeon up for discussionWildlife biologist Tom Wilmers presents "White-Crowned Pigeons:Perils, Problems and Possibilities" when Florida Keys Audubon meets at 6:30 p.m. tonight. at the Key West Garden Club, in the West Martello Tower on Atlantic Boulevard. Wilmers will answer such questions as why the bird's nesting population remains suppressed six years after hurricane Wilma, and how you can help by planting fruit-bearing native trees.Ocean Studies has open houseThe Ocean Studies Charter School in Tavernier has an open house set for from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight. Parents and others can meet teachers and tour the school, which serves kids from kindergarten through third grade, at mile marker 92.3. To find out more, call 8527700.Doctor,two others discuss heart healthDr. Giovanni Campanile, an interventional cardiologist at Lower Keys Medical Center, hosts a free seminar on heart health today titled "Food, Energy and Detoxification." He'll be joined by Dorothea Delgado, a psychic medium and Reiki master whose topic will be "Healing Vs. Cure." And Charlie Wilson, owner of the organic Help Yourself Cafe on Fleming Street, will bringing some of her favorite organic goodies to taste before the presentation. The session is at 11 a.m. at the Tropic Cinema, 416 Eaton St. To RSVP, call 2944460.St.Patrick's Day parade March 17The folks who live and visit Key Colony Beach will be wearin'the green Saturday, March 17, for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. Atradition that has fallen by the wayside, it's coming back this year, according to organizer Jack Crowley. The American Legion Color Guard will lead the parade floats and marchers this year, with parade participants gathering at 4 p.m. at Coury Drive at 12th Street. The parade kicks off at 5 p.m. and travels down Ocean Drive West. For more information, call 289-0371.Plant clinic is SaturdayThe Marathon Garden Club hosts a plant clinic 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the club, 5270 Overseas Highway, Marathon. Monroe County Extension Service Master Gardeners will be on hand to identify plants, problems and suggest proper care. On Friday, the club's monthly meeting will tackle "Roots, Rocks and Rain: Native Trees of the Florida Keys." Robin Robinson, author, journalist and Master Gardener, will be the featured speaker at 1 p.m. The meeting is free and open to the public. For additional information, call 743-4971 orvisit: www.marathon gardenclub.org. Photo by MARTHA PAULSONThe Marathon Middle School National Junior Honor Society recently held a peanut butter,jelly and cereal drive to help replenish the Keys Area Interdenominational Resources food pantry.It's just one of the service projects the group has participated in this year.Here,society sponsor Christina Belotti (left) and society members show some of the collected items.Facebook rants carry a priceEver ranted on Facebook? Maybe posted a snide comment or two? Most of us have and never thought anything of it, either. I imagine Cincinnatibased photographer Mark Byron figured the same. He expressed anger about his pending divorce and child visitation issues in a forum he thought was private and contained. "If you are an evil, vindictive woman who wants to ruin your husband's life and take your son's father away from him completely," he wrote, "all you need to do is say you're scared of your husband or domestic partner and they'll take him away." Bad move. Though Byron had blocked his estranged wife from his Facebook page, she still learned about the post and filed a motion in court accusing him of violating an earlier protection order. Amagistrate agreed with Elizabeth Byron and issued a ruling that free speech experts say is worrisome. It should also concern the bajillions of people who use the networking site as if it were the kitchen table, a place to confess over cafecito. The magistrate's ultimatum to Byron: Go to jail for 60 days and pay a $500 fine or post an apology to the wife, written by the judge, on Facebook every day for 30 days. Byron has been apologizing since Feb. 13. But he has also told local media exactly what he thinks of the "apology," namely that it's forcing him to make false statements. He's expected back in court March 19. Many divorces end acrimoniously and this is no exception. Elizabeth Byron accused her husband of being verbally abusive and threatening her with his fist. He was exonerated of criminal allegations last year, but the judge issued a civil protective order prohibiting Byron from "causing the plaintiff or the child of the parties to suffer physical and/or mental abuse, harassment, annoyance or bodily injury." It was this order the magistrate thought Byron had violated. But the order also reads too broadly. In some relationships, almost anything a soon-to-be ex does including his very presence, as a friend once told me could be construed as annoying. Does annoyance merit jail time? Does venting on your Facebook page, one that is blocked from the wife's view, constitute harassment and abuse? More important, however, are the prickly issues of free speech that the order tramples. Cincinnati attorney Jill Meyer, who specializes in free speech and media issues, told the Associated Press that Byron's comments expressed frustration, not threats, and that Elizabeth Byron was never mentioned by name. She says the idea "that anybody can tell you what to say to your friends on Facebook should be scary to people." This case may or may not wend its way through the labyrinthine court system as a free speech issue. It may or may not be the test case that eventually determines how interaction on sites like Facebook is governed, if at all. But right now there are plenty of lessons we can take from this and every other Facebook debacle that has gotten people in trouble. Remember the human resources assistant fired for grumbling that her boss made more money than she did? The British teenager canned after posting she was bored on the job? And the Brooklyn teacher shown the door when she joked that she'd like to see her class drowned? All thought their posts were private, but these days privacy is an illusion. So before shooting off your mouth and fingers, stop. Walk away from your keyboard. If it's online, anyone can see it.By ANA VECIANASUAREZThe Miami HeraldSOCIAL NETWORK ACROSS 1Emma's creator 7One who complies14Vermont or Wisconsin20Colleague of Addison (1672-1729)21Bram's book 22What a good boy was he!23Byron's middle name24Used Sherlock's technique 25Gone up 26Himalayan peak27Golden Fleece seeker29Ousts 31Small fish 32Boone's weapon 34Adherent 35Major serve 36Bulrushes 38"___ away all!":C. Moore 39Damage 41"___ my senses in forgetfulness":W.S. 43Saucy44Anglo-Saxon money46Simpletons 48Swimming pool measure 50Clown in "Love's Labor's Lost" 54"A Nymph,a ___,or a Grace":Scott55Mother of Persephone59Failure to include 61"To beard the lion in his ___":Scott 62Free 63Ceremony 64Hits 66From cradle to ___ 68Thick slice 69Play part 70"...Love endures no ___":Dryden 71Sash 72Physicians'org. 73Cheat notes75Winnie-the-Pooh's "Pa"77See 69 Across 79Pluck 80State of solitude82Alter ego of 21 Across84Like a hare86"___ Traits":Emerson87William Rose or Stephen Vincent 89Comforts 90Pronoun 91Thickens 93Piper of myth 94O'Hara's home 97Irish poet 99Burst forth 101Author AndrŽ 105Papal scarf 107Regular course 108College cheer 109Male voice 110Jack of clubs 111English essayist 114Great watershed 116"Faerie Queene" protagonist 117"The ___":Meredith 119Chemical used for making dyes 121Verdi's forte 123Young Reagan? 124Holdings at cards 125Cylindrical 126Some reptiles 127Most jumpy 128Cowboy DOWN 1Abode of the Norse gods2Sir Thomas More work3Cross strokes 4A Kennedy5Flee to Gretna Green6Hawaiian goose7Great English essayist (1672-1719)8The Bible's first subject9Scoundrels 10Old French coin 11The "jackal"of Italy 12Describing Shelley's style 13Bases of number systems 14Talk15Tract of earth's crust16Silkworm 17Store fodder 18Sowing machine 19"Papa" 28Sass 30Grade 33See 26 Across 37Pullman accommodations 39Hindu garments 40Great quantity 41Argot42West Point beginner45Short-napped fabric47"Cowards ___ many times...":W.S. 49Soul:Fr. 50Small boat 51Greek vowel 52___ Bull 53Stupid 55Foretells 56Of the ankles 57Bunting 58Discounts 60Brads 62Tag 65Write 67Mythical bird 74A fallen angel in "Paradise Lost" 75Disordered 76German novelist (1837-1898) 77Monumental slab 78One taught in a secret system:arch. 79Farmers'lodge 81Small insect 83Conjunction 85Palm leaf (Var.) 87Fastened 88Earthenware jars 91Having a tail 92Most urbane 94Inebriates95Old kingdom of Spain96Helen Hunt Jackson novel 98Sea eagle 100Key letter 102Hardened 103Give alms 104Rubber 106Ms.Dinsmore 109Indian tent 112Sweetsop 113"The Fellowship of the ___" 114Galloping cubes 115"How ___ the little busy bee...":Watts 118Partner of 65 Down 120Medieval poem 122"___ The way": Milton Observer crossword puzzle "A Literary Quiz"Solution in the March 17 Keynoter Sharing feelings backfires in this test case STUDENT FOOD DRIVE Physical-education teacher Amy Rembisz honors top fundraisers in Plantation Key School's Jump Rope For Heart benefit for the American Heart Association.The event teaches heart-healthy living and raised $2,092 for the association.Top fundraisers include (from left) third-grader Ali Wolkanski;Seth Phair,fourth grade;R.J.Lindback, fourth;and Zachary Woltanski,kindergarten.PKS JUMPERS

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Wednesday,March 14,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Exercise without upsetting your inner couch potatoGoing to the gym is such drudgery. You have to drag your lazy butt off the couch, you need to make yourself presentable, then you have to haul yourself out the door. But what if you didn't have to leave your home? What if you didn't even have to leave your couch? That you can wear a tattered Three Stooges T-shirt and stained sweat pants is just gravy. Yes, says Selene Yeager, a certified personal trainer and author, you can get something out of a 15minute session on your couch. "People see that 15minute workout'and are skeptical," says Yeager, whose "The Women's Health Big Book of 15Minute Workouts" (Rodale) came out in October. "To those people I say, honestly, just try it. Do pushups. Are you working? You better believe it. And you can honestly do a few very effective exercises on your couch. Before you snarkily toss them aside, try them. You'll see they work." So here are five easy and beneficial exercises for you couch potatoes. And they can be done without equipment. "Don't need dumbbells in the living room," Yeager says.Roll down with knee squeeze (for abs and inner thighs). On a firm sofa, sit up with knees bent, feet flat on the couch cushion, and back straight. Place a throw pillow between your knees. Lean back, grasping back of thighs just below the knees, and tuck chin toward chest. Squeeze into the pillow as you slowly roll down one vertebrae at a time sort of a reverse sit up until your arms are straight and your head is almost on the couch behind you. Hold for four to five deep breaths. Then slowly roll back up. Repeat eight to 10 times.Bridge kick (for butt and thighs). Lie on your back with heels planted on the armrest, arms down at your sides. Squeeze glutes and lift hips so body forms a straight line. Lift the right leg, extending it as high as comfortably possible. Lower back to start, and repeat with the left leg. Do 20 total reps (10 per side).Triceps dip (for triceps, shoulders and back). Scoot to the edge of the sofa. Grasp the sofa with your hands positioned wider than shoulder-width apart. Keeping elbows slightly bent, inch your butt off the sofa, keeping your legs bent and feet flat on the floor. Straighten your arms and lift your torso upward. Bend elbows, lowering hips toward the floor until your upper arms are parallel with the floor. Straighten arms and return to start. Repeat for 10 reps.Armrest press (for chest and triceps). Kneel on the sofa and put your hands on the armrest about shoulder-width apart. Your body should form a straight line from head to knees. Bend elbows and lower chest toward armrest until elbows are in line with shoulders. Pause, then push back to starting position. Repeat eight to 12 times.Seated scissors (for thighs and core). Scoot to the edge of the sofa seat and sit straight up. Extend legs straight in front of you, feet as far off the floor as comfortably possible, about hipto shoulderwidth apart. Point your toes and turn your legs out slightly. Keeping your legs straight, cross your left ankle over the right, then your right over the left. Keep switching quickly, 30 to 40 times. Make the move harder (and add super ab work) by holding your arms out in front of you.These five are easy and not fatiguingMcClatchy-TribuneTO YOUR HEALTH The triceps dip is among the easy exercises.Do 10 reps when you do this.LIVING BRIEFSKey West Pops have big raffleThe Key West Pops Orchestra is holding what it calls a Big Bucks Raffle as a fundraiser for its 2012-13 concert season. The grand prize is $10,000, second is $3,000, third is $1,000, and there will be five fourth prizes of $200. Tickets are $100 each and only 300 will be sold. The drawing will be held March 25. Tickets may be purchased from pops board members or by calling 2966059.Scholarships are availableThe Fishermen's Community Hospital Auxiliary has scholarships available for Marathon High School seniors who plan health-care-related careers. Applications are available at the school or the hospital boutique, in the lobby at mile marker 48.5 oceanside. The deadline to apply is May 1. To find out more, call Dolores Larson at 395-2946.Club auxiliary has scholarshipMarathon High School seniors have until March 28 to apply for the Marathon Yacht Club's MYC Auxiliary Scholarship. The yacht club has adopted new guidelines for awarding its scholarship. Now, priority is given to students who have been involved in vocational programs at the school such as culinary, construction or marine mechanics, and will attend a vocational program in such an area. The scholarship money may be used for tuition, books, or room and board. Interested students should check with the school's guidance office for instructions on how to apply.Vegas-style party helps the RelayWhat's called the Rat Pack Bash, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, is planned for 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 15 at the Gardens Hotel, 526 Angela St., Key West. It's a Las Vegas-style party with dancing, food, wine, silent auction, karaoke contest and more. Tickets are $20. Call 292-4360 or send an e-mail to info@sheratonkeywest.com.Ophthalmologist talks eye healthMariners Hospital in Tavernier hosts "The Aging Eye," a seminar led by ophthalmologist Zachary Segal, on March 20. The free seminar will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the hospital's main conference room at mile marker 91.5 bayside. As with other parts of the body, the eyes undergo changes as they age. Cataracts, one of the top three aging eye issues, are a normal part of that process. Segal will discuss new technologies available with cataract surgery, including lens options. He also will cover the impact of diabetes on eye health. Reservations are required. To reserve a space, call 434-3400.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Wednesday,March 14,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A TOM THUMBFood Stores, Inc. Offers the following positions inMONROE COUNTY* Managers &ManagerTrainees Assistant Managers Store ClerksThree shifts available:6am to 2pm 2pm to 10pm 10pm to 6amTo apply please call 786-295-5307 and ask for Ken Lee We will train. No experience needed. Competitive wages and benefits. DFWP. E.O.E. A A A A A A A A A d / 6934800 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUITINANDFOR MONROECOUNTY lNOTICEOFFORECLOSURE SALEBYCLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersignedDANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, Florida,will,onthe21stdayof March,2012at11:00A.M.,at 500WhiteheadStreet,Monroe County,intheCityofKeyWest Florida,offerforsaleatpublic outcrytothehighestandbest bidderforCASH,thefollowing describedproperty,situatedin MonroeCounty,Florida,towit: PropertydescribedasUnit6, SANTAMARIARESORT CONDOMINIUM,togetherwith allappurtenancesthereto, accordingtotheDeclarationof Condominiumthereof,as recordedinOfficialRecord Book2265,Page357,ofthe PublicRecordsofMonroe County,Florida,andany amendmentsthereto. CommonlyKnownAs:1401 SimontonStreet,Unit / 6,Key West,Florida33040 PursuanttoDEFAULTFINAL JUDGMENTOF FORECLOSUREenteredina caseinsaidCourt,thestyleof whichis: IBERIABANK Plaintiff, VS. STUARTHELLER,etal Defendant A ndthedocketNumberof whichisNumber 44-2011-CA-559-K Witnessmyhandandofficial sealofsaidCourtthis15thday ofFebruary,2012 DANNYL.KOLHAGE ClerkoftheCircuitCourt,MonroeCounty,Florida By:ShontaMcLeod DeputyClerk FloridaStatute45.031:Any personclaiminganinterest inthesurplusfromthesale,if any,otherthantheproperty ownerasofthedateofthe LisPendensmustfileaclaim within60daysafterthesale PublishMarch7,142012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7447000 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE HitchKing givesnoticeof ForeclosureofLienandintent tosellthisboat onMarch28, 2012at9:00amat245 OverseasHighway,Big CoppittKey,Fl.33040, pursuanttosubsection713-78 ofFloridaStatutes,HitchKing reservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/allbids. 2004FiberglassBoat PWV06766A404 PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter No.7431500Noticeofsale RainbowTitle& Lien,Inc.willsellatPublicSale atAuctionthefollowing vehiclestosatisfylienpursuant toChapter677.209/210ofthe FloridaStatutesonApril05, 2012at10A.M. *Auctionwill occurwhereeachvehicle/ vesselislocated* 1989CUTL, VIN / HUD414820Locatedat: GallowayBayMobileHome Park1361OverseasHwy, Marathon,FL33050Owner: BarbaraGKirby(or)JerryC Kirby1361OverseasHwyofc, Marathon,FLCustomer:same asregisteredowner,Lien A mount:$17,975.00.a)Notice totheownerorlienorthathe hasarighttoahearingpriorto thescheduleddateofsaleby filingwiththeClerkoftheCourt. b)Ownerhastherightto recoverpossessionofvehicle bypostingbondinaccordance withFloridaStatutesSection 559.917.c)Proceedsfromthe saleofthevehicleafter paymentlienclaimedbylienor willbedepositedwiththeClerk oftheCourt.Anyperson(s) claiminganyinterest(s)inthe abovevehiclescontact: RainbowTitle&Lien,Inc., (954)920-6020. *Allauctions areheldwithreserve* Some ofthevehiclesmayhavebeen releasedpriortoauctionLIC / A B-0001256 PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7090100 NOTICEOFFORECLOSURE SALEBYCLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT A A Noticeisherebygiventhatthe undersigned,DANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, Florida,willonthe26thdayof March,2012at11:00oclock a.m.,at500WhiteheadStreet, MonroeCounty,inthecityof KeyWest,Florida,offerforsale andsellatpublicoutcrytothe highestandbestbidderfor CASHthefollowingdescribed propertiessituatedinMonroe County,Florida,towit: PARCELI: Lot15,Block14,TWINLAKES Subdivision,accordingtothe Platthereof,asrecordedinPlat Book3atPage160ofthe PublicRecordsofMonroe County,Florida.(VacantLand) PARCELII: Lot1,Block1,LARGOSOUND VILLAGE,accordingtotheplat thereof,asrecordedinPlat Book4,atPage92ofthePublic RecordsofMonroeCounty, Florida.(1221stStreet,Key Largo,FL33037) PursuanttotheFinalJudgment ofForeclosureenteredina casependinginsaidCourt,the styleofwhichis: NICHOLASEKONOMOU Plaintiff(s) vs 663COLSON,LLC,JAMES BURKEandMITAM.BURKE, etal Defendants(s) A ndtheDocketNumberof whichisNumberCASE NO.09CA677P WITNESSmyhandandthe OfficialSealofSaidCourt,this 22nddayofFebruary,2012 DannyLKolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt MonroeCounty,Florida By:LauraVorhes DeputyClerk FloridaStatue45.031:Any personclaiminganinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim withinsixty(60)daysafterthe sale. PublishMarch7,14,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A D / 7148800 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CASENo:2012DR55M DIVISION:FAMILY SUSANLOCHER Petitioner RICHARDESSER Respondent NOTICEOFACTIONFOR DISSOLUTIONOF MARRIAGE ToRichardEsser,105AAlynn Place,Marathon,FL.33050 YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toitonSusan Locherwhoseaddressis105A A lynnPlace,MarathonFL, 33050onorbeforeMarch29th, 2012andfiletheoriginalwith theclerkofthisCourtat3117 OverseasHighway,Marathon, FL33050beforeserviceon Petitionerorimmediately thereafter.Ifyoufailtodoso,a defaultmaybeenteredagainst youforthereliefdemandedin thepetition. Copiesofallcourtdocuments inthiscase,includingorders, areavailableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.Youmay reviewthesedocumentsupon request. YoumustkeeptheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsofficenotifiedof yourcurrentaddress.(Youmay fileNoticeofCurrentAddress, FloridaSupremeCourt A pprovedFamilyLawForm 12.915.)Futurepapersinthis lawsuitwillbemailedtothe addressonrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresultin sanctions,includingdismissal orstrikingofpleadings. DatedFebruary24th,2012 DannyKolhage CLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT By:TammyMarciel DeputyClerk PublishFebruary29,March7, March14,March212012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7177400 NOTICEOFFORECLOSURE SALEBYCLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT Noticeisherebygiventhatthe A A undersigned,DANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, Florida,will,onthe22nddayof March,2012at11:00oclock a.m.,at500WhiteheadStreet, MonroeCounty,intheCityof KeyWest,Florida,offerforsale andsellatpublicoutcrytothe highestandbestbidderfor CASHthefollowingdescribed propertiessituatedinMonroe County,Florida,towit: Unit / 408,ofMARINERS CLUB,asshownonthesite planattachedasExhibitBto theDeclarationofCovenants, ConditionsandRestrictionsfor MarinersClub,recordedin OfficialRecordBook1659, Page1981,moreparticularly describedasLot8,Block4, KEYLARGONORTH, accordingtothePlatthereof, recordedinPlatBook7,Page 22,ofthePublicRecordsof MonroeCounty,Florida,as modifiedbytheNoticeof WithdrawalofCertificateof OwnershipandDedication. a/k/a97501Overseas Highway,Unit / 408,Key Largo,FL33037 PursuanttotheFinalJudgment ofForeclosureenteredina casependinginsaidCourt,the styleofwhichis: MARINERSCLUB HOMEOWNERS A SSOCIATION,INC., aFloridanon-profitcorporation, Plaintiff, vs. JAMESHAMWAY;CAROLE HAMWAY;HSBC MORTGAGECORPORATION (USA);andJOHNDOE,AS TENANTINPOSSESSION A NDALLOTHERSIN POSSESSION, Defendants. A ndtheDocketNumberof whichisNo.:11-CA-1036-P WITNESSmyhandandthe OfficialSealofSaidCourt,this 21stdayofFebruary,2012. DannyL.Kolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt MonroeCounty,Florida By:LAURAVORHES DeputyClerk FloridaStatute45.031:Any personclaiminganinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim withinsixty(60)daysafterthe sale. PublishMarch7,14,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7423300 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.12-055 INRE:ESTATEOF JohnE.Ball Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJohnE.Ball,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasJuly 14th,2011,andwhosesocial securitynumberis xxx-xx-3251,ispendinginthe CircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHighway, Marathon,FL33050.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisMarch14,2012. PersonalRepresentative: M.SuzanneHedden 171511thSt. Coralville,IA52241 A A LAWOFFICESOFTHOMAS D.WRIGHT,CHARTERED A ttorneysforPersonal Representative P.O.Box500309 Marathon,FL33050-0309 Telephone:(305)743-8118 FloridaBarNo.92163 E-MailAddress: courtney…keysclosings.com PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7481400 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.12-CP-14-P INRE:ESTATEOF JOHNF.HISKO, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJOHNF.HISKO,deceased, whosedateofdeathwas January1,2012,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is88820OverseasHighway, PlantationKey,Florida33070. Thenamesandaddressesof thepersonalrepresentatives andthepersonal representativesattorneyare setforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisMarch14,2012. PersonalRepresentatives: JosephF.Hisko 161OceanDrive Tavernier,FL33070 JohnFrederickHisko 811AnchorDrive ForkedRiver,NJ08731 A ttorneyforPersonal Representatives: PatriciaM.Silver,Esq. Fla.BarNo.198919 TheSilverLawGroup,P.A. P.O.Box710 Islamorada,FL33036 Telephone:(305)664-3363 PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A BUSYTACKLESHOP NEEDSFTEMPLOYEE. Mustbemulti-tasker,people person,w/computerskills. Fishingknowledgehelpful. A pplyinpersonMM79.8, Bud&Marysmarina. A A CARETAKERWANTED for homeinIslamorada. FT/PT,$10-$15perhour. Mustbereliable.Call John989-714-8979 CASHIER/DOCKHAND F/T.Drugtestrequired.Apply inpersonatPanchosFuel Dock,1280OceanviewAve, Marathonorcall743-2281 COOKWANTED $12/hr.to start.MustbeStateCertified. Mustread,write&understand English.Applyinpersonat A ngelosCountryStore,MM 74.5,LowerMatecumbe. A skforMoe.305-664-1071 DolphinResearchCenter has afull-timepositionin Visual Communicationsforastaff photographer. Thisjobisfor thepersonthatenjoysworking outdoorsaroundthewater, interactingwithpeopleand watchingdolphinsatplay.Mac orWindows-basedcomputer skillsarerequired.Graphicarts skillsandfamiliaritywithdigital photographyandvideography arerequired.Knowledgeof FinalCutProandAdobe CreativeSuitesoftwareare required.Benefitsinclude medicalinsurance,401(k), vacationandpaidholidays.Job descriptionavailableat www.dolphins.org .E-mail yourresumeto drc-hr…dolphins.org .EOE DRIVERSNEEDEDFOR MARATHONTAXISERVICE. Neatappearanceandmustbe reliable.305-879-8611 EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIANNEEDED Musthavegooddrivingrecord. Call(305)743-7855,Marathon A AHOUSEKEEPERS WANTED inIslamoradaon Saturdays.$15perhour. Call989-714-8979oremail j mcginn7500…live.com AAHOUSEKEEPERS WANTED inIslamoradaon Saturdays.$15perhour. Call989-714-8979oremail jmcginn7500…live.com

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Wednesday,March 14,2012 the season 0-7, went on to defeat the Rams, 5-4, with a three-run seventh-inning rally. And then on Saturday night, in an even more thrilling fashion, the Conchs defeated the same team, 10-9. Such a change in direction seemed unlikely in the first game when Carroll pitcher Alysio Camelo blasted a three-run homer off Rachel Quad in the top of the fourth to give the Rams a 4-1 lead. That delighted the fans who had come down from Fort Pierce, and their mascot, who was dressed like a ram. "I was supposed to throw the pitch high and tight, but I got it out in her spot," Quad, who pitched a six-hitter, said later. The Conchs cut it to 4-2 in their half of the inning on an RBI infield hit by Ashlyn Katz. But Camelo looked strong in the fifth and sixth, and, with the bottom of the order coming up in the seventh and her teammates chanting, "Alysio Camelo, Alysio Camelo," she seemed on the brink of wrapping up the game. Brooke Marsden opened the seventh with a single and was forced out at second on a grounder by Caroline Talbott. Adriana Garcia singled Talbott to third, and the crowd came alive when Raquel Schoneck singled in Talbott to make it 4-3. Schoneck's twin, Lauren, then lofted an easy fly that the right fielder dropped, allowing Garcia to score from second base with the tying run. Now, Raquel was on third and Lauren was on second with one out. Kendall Galvan then hit a grounder back to Camelo, who looked briefly at Raquel before throwing to first base. Suddenly, Raquel streaked for the plate and scored when the first baseman's throw sailed wide. The losing streak was over. "When she threw the ball, I was going home," Raquel said when the celebration died down. Quad, her right arm encased in ice, said, "Finally. We are here to win, not lose." Then came Saturday night. Britney Price, who had been in a prolonged slump, hit a two-run homer to win the game in the bottom of the seventh. The Conchs had to fight back after a grand slam by Carroll's Rachel Rahal put Carroll ahead, 9-6, in the sixth. Ahomer by Devin Osterhoudt cut the lead to 9-8 and set the stage for Price's heroics. Raquel Schoneck was 4-for-4 at the plate. Key West, which defeated Coral Shores on Monday, will play a district game at 4 this afternoon at St. Brendan, and then return for weekend games against University High (6:30 p.m. Friday, noon Saturday).Conchs get comeback winFrom Lady Conchs,1BWind's still kicking so stay baysideFear not the wind, for there are many options for good fishing. For the best experience, choose a charter captain who knows the hidden spots that are holding fish right now. Most all charter captains have been taking their groups to the bay and the bridges. These areas are comfortable even on a windy day and provide some excellent rod-bending action. Everglades National Park is offering up an outstanding bite of sea trout. Captains are also picking away at redfish and snook. Choose a charter captain with a bay boat and knowledge of the area, and a group of three or four anglers will have a day on the water that's all about catching. The same holds true for the grassy flats on the bayside of Marathon. There are sea trout along with lots and lots of mangrove snapper, some yellowtails, Spanish and cero mackerel and plenty of throw-back grouper. There are lemon, blacktip and bull sharks roaming the bay banks. These toothy critters are a blast to catch and release on light spin tackle. The gulf and bay wrecks are holding Florida pompano plus mangrove snapper, grouper and some Spanish mackerel. Center-console charter boats can easily get to all of these areas, and groups up to six will happily put together a very tasty catch. As the winds continue, pick your days carefully for fishing on the Atlantic side of the islands. When you can get to the reef, the patches or Hawk Channel, the fishing is very good for yellowtail, lane and mangrove snapper. You may want to wait until things calm down before venturing further out.The week's bestCapt. Matt Bellinger of Bamboo Charters in Islamorada reports the catch for sea trout in the backcountry is off the chain and on the hook. All three of his bay boats are getting groups out for good action. Capt. Jeff Shelar, of Catch-Em-All Charters docked at Captain Pip's Marina and Hideaway in Marathon, is starting to see some nice lane snapper on the spawn inshore. His anglers caught snapper and cobia in the bay, including a 34-pound cobia landed by Billy Randolph from Pittsburgh. The SeaSquared fished in the bay and our anglers caught mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel. Several of our groups opted for catch-and-release shark fishing and had a blast landing lemon and bull sharks in the fiveto sixfoot class. We got to the reef on one trip with Whit Procter, from Beaufort N.C., and his buddy Bobby Garland, from Boca Raton. The duo caught their limit of snapper along with porgy, hogfish and small grouper. They also had a six-foot scalloped hammerhead shark give them a run for their money. With the big breeze up, Capt. Moe Mottice of Moe's Custom Charters in Key West spent the week fishing close to shore and catching tarpon, big spinner sharks, snapper and plenty of throw-back grouper. The inner Key West Harbor and areas just west of the Northwest Channel are holding fish and are the best venues for avoiding wind-whipped waves.Casting contestCapt. Spider's Casting for Charity takes place Thursday at Salty's Waterfront Grill, located at the 7 Mile Marina, mile marker 47.5 bayside in Marathon. The fun contest runs from 6 to 8 p.m. and will benefit Save-A-Turtle. Capt. Chris Johnson is a member of the Yamaha National Fishing Team and specializes in offshore, gulf/bay, reef/wreck, shark and tarpon fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of the 7 Mile Marina in Marathon. You can reach him at 743-5305, SeaSquared@bellsouth.net and www.SeaSquared Charters.com .Backcountry fishing still going strongFISHING THE FLORIDA KEYS Whit Procter and Bobby Garland show off their catch from a trip to the reef and Hawk Channel with SeaSquared Charters.Chris Johnson Captain'sColumn SPORTS BRIEFSYouth club seeks parent volunteersThe Marathon Youth Club is in search of willing parents to volunteer for the Little League board of directors this year. Youth Club board member Lynn Landry said Little League season is expected to begin no later than April 1. The Little League board helps organize team, scheduling and participation in the worldwide Little League Baseball tournament culminating with an annual tournament in Williamsport, Pa. For more information on joining the board, contact Landry at 731-4161.'Seas the Day' is top boat nameMaking the decision to buy a boat comes easy for some people. Picking a name for the boat, however, can prove to be much harder, according to Boat Owners Association of the United States, better known as BoatUS. "Aboat name reflects the life and loves of the owner," says Occoless Trotter of the BoatUS Boat Graphics Department in Alexandria, Va., which helps boaters design their own boat names "But it's hard to sum it all up with just a few words." The half-million-member boat owners group has been tallying the Top 10 list of boat names for more than two decades. The 22nd annual list of names: 1. Seas the Day 2. Nauti Buoy 3. Aquaholic 4. Dream Weave.r 5. Pegasus 6. Serenity Now 7. Second Wind 8. Liquid Asset. 9. Miss Behavin' 10. Blew ByYou .Galvan, DeRoche are all-starsKey West High School seniors Kendall Galvan and Robyn DeRoche excelled at recent all-star soccer games at the University of South Florida in Tampa. The pair were chosen to play for the South in the annual All-Star Classic by members of the Florida AthleticCoaches Association. Galvan and DeRoche, who concluded their Conch soccer careers in January, were praised by various coaches for their performances in the two games, said Key West coach Scott Paul, who led the South. Galvan who took a break from playing shortstop for the Conchs softball team was runner-up for most valuable player of the South team, an honor won by American Heritage's Haleigh Stremanos, who scored four goals in the two games. On a Friday night, the South lost, 8-2, to a North team that had representatives from three statechampion teams, and the next afternoon the South and West tied, 4-4. The two Conchs each played at least three positions.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOCCER Main Attraction wins Shell tournamentThe Main Attraction out of Key Colony Beach won the $5,500 first prize at the 14th annual Leon Shell Memorial Sailfish Tournament that ended March 4. Anglers Joe Madrick of Palm Beach and Marathon's Ed Rice, Digger Rodamer and Mike Langemi released one sail the tournament's first fish on time for the win. The teammates fished with Marathon's Marty Lewis at the helm. Second place and a $1,500 prize went to the Silent Hunter team with Capt. Bucko Platt of Marathon. He guided fellow Marathon anglers John Callion, B.J. Meyer, Ely Hernandez and Cody Darbie, whose single sailfish landed the team its runner-up slot based on time. Team Tiki led by Capt. Roy Lindback of Islamorada, was awarded third place and a $1,000 cash prize. Team anglers Craig Lindback and Seanna Lindback, both from Tavernier, captured the tournament's third sailfish, behind team Silent Hunter Mark Pairier of Londonderry, N.H., caught the tournament's largest kingfish at 25.2 pounds and largest tuna at 15.4 pounds. Pairier fished aboard the Game On. The largest dolphin was a 6.8-pounder caught by Ely Hernandez. Acheck for $15,000 was presented to Hospice of the Florida Keys/Visiting Nurse Association, the event's beneficiary. Afield of 37 anglers fished the tournament from eight boats.KCB-based team takes home $5KMARATHON FISHING

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Lic #SP3702 (305) 747-0785 LOCKSMITH A-ABLE LOCKSMITHS 743-7448 PLUMBING Ernest E.Rhodes PLUMBINGLicensed CFC1427241 10700 5TH Ave,Gulf,Marathon 743-7072 STUMP GRINDING STUMP GRINDINGFree Estimates 872-9877 SUP BOARDS $945.00 Special includes:12 ft Stand Up Paddle Board & Paddle:Call for details: 305-814-9802 TIKI HUTS Tiki HutsNEW & REPAIR 305-664-0099Lic# CYC000002 TRANSPORTATION FL KEYS EXPRESS SHUTTLE Door to door Service Comp Wi-Fi We cover the Keys,MIA/FLL airports www.floridakeysexpressshuttle.com 305-743-7454 YARD WORK THE YARDMANBeautifying the Keys,One Yard At a Time.Yard & Power Washing Services. 849-2786 KIRK WILL SHOW UP! FLORIDA KEYS G E T Y O U R B U S I N E S S N O T I C E D !For as low as $49.28. Call Laura at 743-5551 LivingWoman's Hope Concert March 30Combine a big-name cast of singers, acclaimed musicians and an entertaining emcee. Mix in a wide repertoire of music ranging from jazz to Broadway, cabaret to country. Top it all off with raising money for a good cause, and you have the makings of the sixth annual Woman's Hope Concert, March 30, at the Tennessee Williams Cabaret Theatre. This one-of-a-kind show is produced by the Key West Woman's Club as a benefit for the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys. The Foundation provides financial help to needy patients battling cancer in the Keys. While those patients undergo chemotherapy and radiation, the Foundation lends a hand, said Kim Gordon, the Key West Woman's Club chair and event founder. Since its founding in 2007, this event has raised more than $100,000 for people in need in the Florida Keys, she said. The all-star cast for this year's concert includes Kathleen Peace, Melody Cooper, Kim Gordon, Christine Cordone, Valerie Carr, Raven Cooper, and Maj Johnson. They will be joined by special guests Ruben Navarro, Cliff Sawyer and Rich Simone. Mike Emerson on guitar, Linda Sparks on piano, Joe Dallas playing bass, Dave Parker on the drums and vibes, and an appearance by acclaimed jazz harpist Scott Marischen, round out the musical talent that will take the stage. Randy Thompson, as special guest star, will emcee the evening, which kicks off at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $45-$65 and can be purchased through Keystix.com or the Tennessee Williams Theatre box office at 2961520. The all-volunteer Cancer Foundation has provided assistance to hundreds of Florida Keys residents over the past 13 years "to help them fight this devastating disease," said Elizabeth Ignoffo, Woman's Club President. "All funds raised by the Woman's Hope Concert will assist patients receiving treatment to pay for rent and household bills. Organizers are still seeking businesses and individuals as sponsors. All donations received during the pre-concert fundraising appeal will be acknowledged in the concert program. To donate to the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys, call 745-2030.Singers bring A-game for fundraiserKEY WESTThe cast from Woman's Hope Concert belts out a big number at last year's concert. Satchmo trumpeterplays Keys March 30Troy Anderson can't be the the world's only singing bartender, but he may be the only singing, trumpet-playing bartender who turns into Louis Armstrong. Anderson, who work's at Ohara's Jazz & Blues Cafe in Broward County, will perform a concert at the Murrary E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center, mile marker 102, bayside, on March 30. Areception begins at 7 p.m. with the concert to follow at 8 p.m. Anderson will be accompanied by Doug Bickel, keyboard and musical director at the Cultural Center; Gary Thomas on bass, and Danny Burger on drums. Tickets cost $20 at the door. The event is being sponsored by the Friends of the Key Largo Cultural Center. Here's what Stu Grant, a South Florida jazz radio DJ, had to say about Anderson: "Mr. Anderson has had the pleasure of sitting in with jazz personalities such as Jesse Jones, Nicole Henry, Don Kaufman, Danny Burger, Ben Champion, Coco Rouizer, Mike Harvey, Nick Orta, Nicole Yarling, Dave Shelly, Jeff Watkins, Eric Allison, Rick Harris and Brian Murphy. "Mr. Anderson not only plays like pops, sings like pops, if you didn't know any better; well, you know where I'm going with this." The jazz trumpeter and singer began playing at age 10, growing up in a Bahamian family in New Jersey, where he played in church brass bands and later with the Bayonne Bridgemen Drum & Bugle Corps. He later spent a tour in the U.S. Army, performing in Germany where he played trumpet with German Dixieland bands. "Anderson is simply amazing as Louis Armstrong,"wrote Sean Piccoli, reviewing Anderson's performance for the SunSentinel newspaper. For more information, call Linda Kaplan at (305)396-7000, or e-mail her at: Linda@fklcc.org. Broward man cut his teeth with BridgemenKEY LARGO Troy Anderson performs at the end of the month.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,March 14,2012 Crossword solutionSolution to the March 10 puzzle.LIVING BRIEFSPigeon up for discussionWildlife biologist Tom Wilmers presents "White-Crowned Pigeons:Perils, Problems and Possibilities" when Florida Keys Audubon meets at 6:30 p.m. tonight. at the Key West Garden Club, in the West Martello Tower on Atlantic Boulevard. Wilmers will answer such questions as why the bird's nesting population remains suppressed six years after hurricane Wilma, and how you can help by planting fruit-bearing native trees.Ocean Studies has open houseThe Ocean Studies Charter School in Tavernier has an open house set for from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight. Parents and others can meet teachers and tour the school, which serves kids from kindergarten through third grade, at mile marker 92.3. To find out more, call 8527700.Doctor,two others discuss heart healthDr. Giovanni Campanile, an interventional cardiologist at Lower Keys Medical Center, hosts a free seminar on heart health today titled "Food, Energy and Detoxification." He'll be joined by Dorothea Delgado, a psychic medium and Reiki master whose topic will be "Healing Vs. Cure." And Charlie Wilson, owner of the organic Help Yourself Cafe on Fleming Street, will bringing some of her favorite organic goodies to taste before the presentation. The session is at 11 a.m. at the Tropic Cinema, 416 Eaton St. To RSVP, call 2944460.St.Patrick's Day parade March 17The folks who live and visit Key Colony Beach will be wearin'the green Saturday, March 17, for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. Atradition that has fallen by the wayside, it's coming back this year, according to organizer Jack Crowley. The American Legion Color Guard will lead the parade floats and marchers this year, with parade participants gathering at 4 p.m. at Coury Drive at 12th Street. The parade kicks off at 5 p.m. and travels down Ocean Drive West. For more information, call 289-0371.Plant clinic is SaturdayThe Marathon Garden Club hosts a plant clinic 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the club, 5270 Overseas Highway, Marathon. Monroe County Extension Service Master Gardeners will be on hand to identify plants, problems and suggest proper care. On Friday, the club's monthly meeting will tackle "Roots, Rocks and Rain: Native Trees of the Florida Keys." Robin Robinson, author, journalist and Master Gardener, will be the featured speaker at 1 p.m. The meeting is free and open to the public. For additional information, call 743-4971 orvisit: www.marathon gardenclub.org. Photo by MARTHA PAULSONThe Marathon Middle School National Junior Honor Society recently held a peanut butter,jelly and cereal drive to help replenish the Keys Area Interdenominational Resources food pantry.It's just one of the service projects the group has participated in this year.Here,society sponsor Christina Belotti (left) and society members show some of the collected items.Facebook rants carry a priceEver ranted on Facebook? Maybe posted a snide comment or two? Most of us have and never thought anything of it, either. I imagine Cincinnatibased photographer Mark Byron figured the same. He expressed anger about his pending divorce and child visitation issues in a forum he thought was private and contained. "If you are an evil, vindictive woman who wants to ruin your husband's life and take your son's father away from him completely," he wrote, "all you need to do is say you're scared of your husband or domestic partner and they'll take him away." Bad move. Though Byron had blocked his estranged wife from his Facebook page, she still learned about the post and filed a motion in court accusing him of violating an earlier protection order. Amagistrate agreed with Elizabeth Byron and issued a ruling that free speech experts say is worrisome. It should also concern the bajillions of people who use the networking site as if it were the kitchen table, a place to confess over cafecito. The magistrate's ultimatum to Byron: Go to jail for 60 days and pay a $500 fine or post an apology to the wife, written by the judge, on Facebook every day for 30 days. Byron has been apologizing since Feb. 13. But he has also told local media exactly what he thinks of the "apology," namely that it's forcing him to make false statements. He's expected back in court March 19. Many divorces end acrimoniously and this is no exception. Elizabeth Byron accused her husband of being verbally abusive and threatening her with his fist. He was exonerated of criminal allegations last year, but the judge issued a civil protective order prohibiting Byron from "causing the plaintiff or the child of the parties to suffer physical and/or mental abuse, harassment, annoyance or bodily injury." It was this order the magistrate thought Byron had violated. But the order also reads too broadly. In some relationships, almost anything a soon-to-be ex does including his very presence, as a friend once told me could be construed as annoying. Does annoyance merit jail time? Does venting on your Facebook page, one that is blocked from the wife's view, constitute harassment and abuse? More important, however, are the prickly issues of free speech that the order tramples. Cincinnati attorney Jill Meyer, who specializes in free speech and media issues, told the Associated Press that Byron's comments expressed frustration, not threats, and that Elizabeth Byron was never mentioned by name. She says the idea "that anybody can tell you what to say to your friends on Facebook should be scary to people." This case may or may not wend its way through the labyrinthine court system as a free speech issue. It may or may not be the test case that eventually determines how interaction on sites like Facebook is governed, if at all. But right now there are plenty of lessons we can take from this and every other Facebook debacle that has gotten people in trouble. Remember the human resources assistant fired for grumbling that her boss made more money than she did? The British teenager canned after posting she was bored on the job? And the Brooklyn teacher shown the door when she joked that she'd like to see her class drowned? All thought their posts were private, but these days privacy is an illusion. So before shooting off your mouth and fingers, stop. Walk away from your keyboard. If it's online, anyone can see it.By ANA VECIANASUAREZThe Miami HeraldSOCIAL NETWORK ACROSS 1Emma's creator 7One who complies14Vermont or Wisconsin20Colleague of Addison (1672-1729)21Bram's book 22What a good boy was he!23Byron's middle name24Used Sherlock's technique 25Gone up 26Himalayan peak27Golden Fleece seeker29Ousts 31Small fish 32Boone's weapon 34Adherent 35Major serve 36Bulrushes 38"___ away all!":C. Moore 39Damage 41"___ my senses in forgetfulness":W.S. 43Saucy44Anglo-Saxon money46Simpletons 48Swimming pool measure 50Clown in "Love's Labor's Lost" 54"A Nymph,a ___,or a Grace":Scott55Mother of Persephone59Failure to include 61"To beard the lion in his ___":Scott 62Free 63Ceremony 64Hits 66From cradle to ___ 68Thick slice 69Play part 70"...Love endures no ___":Dryden 71Sash 72Physicians'org. 73Cheat notes75Winnie-the-Pooh's "Pa"77See 69 Across 79Pluck 80State of solitude82Alter ego of 21 Across84Like a hare86"___ Traits":Emerson87William Rose or Stephen Vincent 89Comforts 90Pronoun 91Thickens 93Piper of myth 94O'Hara's home 97Irish poet 99Burst forth 101Author AndrŽ 105Papal scarf 107Regular course 108College cheer 109Male voice 110Jack of clubs 111English essayist 114Great watershed 116"Faerie Queene" protagonist 117"The ___":Meredith 119Chemical used for making dyes 121Verdi's forte 123Young Reagan? 124Holdings at cards 125Cylindrical 126Some reptiles 127Most jumpy 128Cowboy DOWN 1Abode of the Norse gods2Sir Thomas More work3Cross strokes 4A Kennedy5Flee to Gretna Green6Hawaiian goose7Great English essayist (1672-1719)8The Bible's first subject9Scoundrels 10Old French coin 11The "jackal"of Italy 12Describing Shelley's style 13Bases of number systems 14Talk15Tract of earth's crust16Silkworm 17Store fodder 18Sowing machine 19"Papa" 28Sass 30Grade 33See 26 Across 37Pullman accommodations 39Hindu garments 40Great quantity 41Argot42West Point beginner45Short-napped fabric47"Cowards ___ many times...":W.S. 49Soul:Fr. 50Small boat 51Greek vowel 52___ Bull 53Stupid 55Foretells 56Of the ankles 57Bunting 58Discounts 60Brads 62Tag 65Write 67Mythical bird 74A fallen angel in "Paradise Lost" 75Disordered 76German novelist (1837-1898) 77Monumental slab 78One taught in a secret system:arch. 79Farmers'lodge 81Small insect 83Conjunction 85Palm leaf (Var.) 87Fastened 88Earthenware jars 91Having a tail 92Most urbane 94Inebriates95Old kingdom of Spain96Helen Hunt Jackson novel 98Sea eagle 100Key letter 102Hardened 103Give alms 104Rubber 106Ms.Dinsmore 109Indian tent 112Sweetsop 113"The Fellowship of the ___" 114Galloping cubes 115"How ___ the little busy bee...":Watts 118Partner of 65 Down 120Medieval poem 122"___ The way": Milton Observer crossword puzzle "A Literary Quiz"Solution in the March 17 Keynoter Sharing feelings backfires in this test case STUDENT FOOD DRIVE Physical-education teacher Amy Rembisz honors top fundraisers in Plantation Key School's Jump Rope For Heart benefit for the American Heart Association.The event teaches heart-healthy living and raised $2,092 for the association.Top fundraisers include (from left) third-grader Ali Wolkanski;Seth Phair,fourth grade;R.J.Lindback, fourth;and Zachary Woltanski,kindergarten.PKS JUMPERS

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Wednesday,March 14,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com Exercise without upsetting your inner couch potatoGoing to the gym is such drudgery. You have to drag your lazy butt off the couch, you need to make yourself presentable, then you have to haul yourself out the door. But what if you didn't have to leave your home? What if you didn't even have to leave your couch? That you can wear a tattered Three Stooges T-shirt and stained sweat pants is just gravy. Yes, says Selene Yeager, a certified personal trainer and author, you can get something out of a 15minute session on your couch. "People see that 15minute workout'and are skeptical," says Yeager, whose "The Women's Health Big Book of 15Minute Workouts" (Rodale) came out in October. "To those people I say, honestly, just try it. Do pushups. Are you working? You better believe it. And you can honestly do a few very effective exercises on your couch. Before you snarkily toss them aside, try them. You'll see they work." So here are five easy and beneficial exercises for you couch potatoes. And they can be done without equipment. "Don't need dumbbells in the living room," Yeager says.Roll down with knee squeeze (for abs and inner thighs). On a firm sofa, sit up with knees bent, feet flat on the couch cushion, and back straight. Place a throw pillow between your knees. Lean back, grasping back of thighs just below the knees, and tuck chin toward chest. Squeeze into the pillow as you slowly roll down one vertebrae at a time sort of a reverse sit up until your arms are straight and your head is almost on the couch behind you. Hold for four to five deep breaths. Then slowly roll back up. Repeat eight to 10 times.Bridge kick (for butt and thighs). Lie on your back with heels planted on the armrest, arms down at your sides. Squeeze glutes and lift hips so body forms a straight line. Lift the right leg, extending it as high as comfortably possible. Lower back to start, and repeat with the left leg. Do 20 total reps (10 per side).Triceps dip (for triceps, shoulders and back). Scoot to the edge of the sofa. Grasp the sofa with your hands positioned wider than shoulder-width apart. Keeping elbows slightly bent, inch your butt off the sofa, keeping your legs bent and feet flat on the floor. Straighten your arms and lift your torso upward. Bend elbows, lowering hips toward the floor until your upper arms are parallel with the floor. Straighten arms and return to start. Repeat for 10 reps.Armrest press (for chest and triceps). Kneel on the sofa and put your hands on the armrest about shoulder-width apart. Your body should form a straight line from head to knees. Bend elbows and lower chest toward armrest until elbows are in line with shoulders. Pause, then push back to starting position. Repeat eight to 12 times.Seated scissors (for thighs and core). Scoot to the edge of the sofa seat and sit straight up. Extend legs straight in front of you, feet as far off the floor as comfortably possible, about hipto shoulderwidth apart. Point your toes and turn your legs out slightly. Keeping your legs straight, cross your left ankle over the right, then your right over the left. Keep switching quickly, 30 to 40 times. Make the move harder (and add super ab work) by holding your arms out in front of you.These five are easy and not fatiguingMcClatchy-TribuneTO YOUR HEALTH The triceps dip is among the easy exercises.Do 10 reps when you do this.LIVING BRIEFSKey West Pops have big raffleThe Key West Pops Orchestra is holding what it calls a Big Bucks Raffle as a fundraiser for its 2012-13 concert season. The grand prize is $10,000, second is $3,000, third is $1,000, and there will be five fourth prizes of $200. Tickets are $100 each and only 300 will be sold. The drawing will be held March 25. Tickets may be purchased from pops board members or by calling 2966059.Scholarships are availableThe Fishermen's Community Hospital Auxiliary has scholarships available for Marathon High School seniors who plan health-care-related careers. Applications are available at the school or the hospital boutique, in the lobby at mile marker 48.5 oceanside. The deadline to apply is May 1. To find out more, call Dolores Larson at 395-2946.Club auxiliary has scholarshipMarathon High School seniors have until March 28 to apply for the Marathon Yacht Club's MYC Auxiliary Scholarship. The yacht club has adopted new guidelines for awarding its scholarship. Now, priority is given to students who have been involved in vocational programs at the school such as culinary, construction or marine mechanics, and will attend a vocational program in such an area. The scholarship money may be used for tuition, books, or room and board. Interested students should check with the school's guidance office for instructions on how to apply.Vegas-style party helps the RelayWhat's called the Rat Pack Bash, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, is planned for 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 15 at the Gardens Hotel, 526 Angela St., Key West. It's a Las Vegas-style party with dancing, food, wine, silent auction, karaoke contest and more. Tickets are $20. Call 292-4360 or send an e-mail to info@sheratonkeywest.com.Ophthalmologist talks eye healthMariners Hospital in Tavernier hosts "The Aging Eye," a seminar led by ophthalmologist Zachary Segal, on March 20. The free seminar will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the hospital's main conference room at mile marker 91.5 bayside. As with other parts of the body, the eyes undergo changes as they age. Cataracts, one of the top three aging eye issues, are a normal part of that process. Segal will discuss new technologies available with cataract surgery, including lens options. He also will cover the impact of diabetes on eye health. Reservations are required. To reserve a space, call 434-3400.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Wednesday,March 14,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 A A A A A A TOM THUMBFood Stores, Inc. Offers the following positions inMONROE COUNTY* Managers &ManagerTrainees Assistant Managers Store ClerksThree shifts available:6am to 2pm 2pm to 10pm 10pm to 6amTo apply please call 786-295-5307 and ask for Ken Lee We will train. No experience needed. Competitive wages and benefits. DFWP. E.O.E. A A A A A A A A A d / 6934800 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THESIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUITINANDFOR MONROECOUNTY lNOTICEOFFORECLOSURE SALEBYCLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersignedDANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, Florida,will,onthe21stdayof March,2012at11:00A.M.,at 500WhiteheadStreet,Monroe County,intheCityofKeyWest Florida,offerforsaleatpublic outcrytothehighestandbest bidderforCASH,thefollowing describedproperty,situatedin MonroeCounty,Florida,towit: PropertydescribedasUnit6, SANTAMARIARESORT CONDOMINIUM,togetherwith allappurtenancesthereto, accordingtotheDeclarationof Condominiumthereof,as recordedinOfficialRecord Book2265,Page357,ofthe PublicRecordsofMonroe County,Florida,andany amendmentsthereto. CommonlyKnownAs:1401 SimontonStreet,Unit / 6,Key West,Florida33040 PursuanttoDEFAULTFINAL JUDGMENTOF FORECLOSUREenteredina caseinsaidCourt,thestyleof whichis: IBERIABANK Plaintiff, VS. STUARTHELLER,etal Defendant A ndthedocketNumberof whichisNumber 44-2011-CA-559-K Witnessmyhandandofficial sealofsaidCourtthis15thday ofFebruary,2012 DANNYL.KOLHAGE ClerkoftheCircuitCourt,MonroeCounty,Florida By:ShontaMcLeod DeputyClerk FloridaStatute45.031:Any personclaiminganinterest inthesurplusfromthesale,if any,otherthantheproperty ownerasofthedateofthe LisPendensmustfileaclaim within60daysafterthesale PublishMarch7,142012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7447000 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE HitchKing givesnoticeof ForeclosureofLienandintent tosellthisboat onMarch28, 2012at9:00amat245 OverseasHighway,Big CoppittKey,Fl.33040, pursuanttosubsection713-78 ofFloridaStatutes,HitchKing reservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/allbids. 2004FiberglassBoat PWV06766A404 PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter No.7431500Noticeofsale RainbowTitle& Lien,Inc.willsellatPublicSale atAuctionthefollowing vehiclestosatisfylienpursuant toChapter677.209/210ofthe FloridaStatutesonApril05, 2012at10A.M. *Auctionwill occurwhereeachvehicle/ vesselislocated* 1989CUTL, VIN / HUD414820Locatedat: GallowayBayMobileHome Park1361OverseasHwy, Marathon,FL33050Owner: BarbaraGKirby(or)JerryC Kirby1361OverseasHwyofc, Marathon,FLCustomer:same asregisteredowner,Lien A mount:$17,975.00.a)Notice totheownerorlienorthathe hasarighttoahearingpriorto thescheduleddateofsaleby filingwiththeClerkoftheCourt. b)Ownerhastherightto recoverpossessionofvehicle bypostingbondinaccordance withFloridaStatutesSection 559.917.c)Proceedsfromthe saleofthevehicleafter paymentlienclaimedbylienor willbedepositedwiththeClerk oftheCourt.Anyperson(s) claiminganyinterest(s)inthe abovevehiclescontact: RainbowTitle&Lien,Inc., (954)920-6020. *Allauctions areheldwithreserve* Some ofthevehiclesmayhavebeen releasedpriortoauctionLIC / A B-0001256 PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7090100 NOTICEOFFORECLOSURE SALEBYCLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT A A Noticeisherebygiventhatthe undersigned,DANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, Florida,willonthe26thdayof March,2012at11:00oclock a.m.,at500WhiteheadStreet, MonroeCounty,inthecityof KeyWest,Florida,offerforsale andsellatpublicoutcrytothe highestandbestbidderfor CASHthefollowingdescribed propertiessituatedinMonroe County,Florida,towit: PARCELI: Lot15,Block14,TWINLAKES Subdivision,accordingtothe Platthereof,asrecordedinPlat Book3atPage160ofthe PublicRecordsofMonroe County,Florida.(VacantLand) PARCELII: Lot1,Block1,LARGOSOUND VILLAGE,accordingtotheplat thereof,asrecordedinPlat Book4,atPage92ofthePublic RecordsofMonroeCounty, Florida.(1221stStreet,Key Largo,FL33037) PursuanttotheFinalJudgment ofForeclosureenteredina casependinginsaidCourt,the styleofwhichis: NICHOLASEKONOMOU Plaintiff(s) vs 663COLSON,LLC,JAMES BURKEandMITAM.BURKE, etal Defendants(s) A ndtheDocketNumberof whichisNumberCASE NO.09CA677P WITNESSmyhandandthe OfficialSealofSaidCourt,this 22nddayofFebruary,2012 DannyLKolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt MonroeCounty,Florida By:LauraVorhes DeputyClerk FloridaStatue45.031:Any personclaiminganinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim withinsixty(60)daysafterthe sale. PublishMarch7,14,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A D / 7148800 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE16thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFORMONROE COUNTY,FLORIDA CASENo:2012DR55M DIVISION:FAMILY SUSANLOCHER Petitioner RICHARDESSER Respondent NOTICEOFACTIONFOR DISSOLUTIONOF MARRIAGE ToRichardEsser,105AAlynn Place,Marathon,FL.33050 YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredto serveacopyofyourwritten defenses,ifany,toitonSusan Locherwhoseaddressis105A A lynnPlace,MarathonFL, 33050onorbeforeMarch29th, 2012andfiletheoriginalwith theclerkofthisCourtat3117 OverseasHighway,Marathon, FL33050beforeserviceon Petitionerorimmediately thereafter.Ifyoufailtodoso,a defaultmaybeenteredagainst youforthereliefdemandedin thepetition. Copiesofallcourtdocuments inthiscase,includingorders, areavailableattheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsoffice.Youmay reviewthesedocumentsupon request. YoumustkeeptheClerkofthe CircuitCourtsofficenotifiedof yourcurrentaddress.(Youmay fileNoticeofCurrentAddress, FloridaSupremeCourt A pprovedFamilyLawForm 12.915.)Futurepapersinthis lawsuitwillbemailedtothe addressonrecordattheclerks office. WARNING:Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresultin sanctions,includingdismissal orstrikingofpleadings. DatedFebruary24th,2012 DannyKolhage CLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT By:TammyMarciel DeputyClerk PublishFebruary29,March7, March14,March212012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7177400 NOTICEOFFORECLOSURE SALEBYCLERKOFTHE CIRCUITCOURT Noticeisherebygiventhatthe A A undersigned,DANNYL. KOLHAGE,ClerkoftheCircuit CourtofMonroeCounty, Florida,will,onthe22nddayof March,2012at11:00oclock a.m.,at500WhiteheadStreet, MonroeCounty,intheCityof KeyWest,Florida,offerforsale andsellatpublicoutcrytothe highestandbestbidderfor CASHthefollowingdescribed propertiessituatedinMonroe County,Florida,towit: Unit / 408,ofMARINERS CLUB,asshownonthesite planattachedasExhibitBto theDeclarationofCovenants, ConditionsandRestrictionsfor MarinersClub,recordedin OfficialRecordBook1659, Page1981,moreparticularly describedasLot8,Block4, KEYLARGONORTH, accordingtothePlatthereof, recordedinPlatBook7,Page 22,ofthePublicRecordsof MonroeCounty,Florida,as modifiedbytheNoticeof WithdrawalofCertificateof OwnershipandDedication. a/k/a97501Overseas Highway,Unit / 408,Key Largo,FL33037 PursuanttotheFinalJudgment ofForeclosureenteredina casependinginsaidCourt,the styleofwhichis: MARINERSCLUB HOMEOWNERS A SSOCIATION,INC., aFloridanon-profitcorporation, Plaintiff, vs. JAMESHAMWAY;CAROLE HAMWAY;HSBC MORTGAGECORPORATION (USA);andJOHNDOE,AS TENANTINPOSSESSION A NDALLOTHERSIN POSSESSION, Defendants. A ndtheDocketNumberof whichisNo.:11-CA-1036-P WITNESSmyhandandthe OfficialSealofSaidCourt,this 21stdayofFebruary,2012. DannyL.Kolhage ClerkoftheCircuitCourt MonroeCounty,Florida By:LAURAVORHES DeputyClerk FloridaStatute45.031:Any personclaiminganinterestin thesurplusfromthesale,ifany, otherthanthepropertyowner asofthedateoftheLis Pendensmustfileaclaim withinsixty(60)daysafterthe sale. PublishMarch7,14,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7423300 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.12-055 INRE:ESTATEOF JohnE.Ball Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJohnE.Ball,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasJuly 14th,2011,andwhosesocial securitynumberis xxx-xx-3251,ispendinginthe CircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is3117OverseasHighway, Marathon,FL33050.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeand thepersonalrepresentatives attorneyaresetforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisMarch14,2012. PersonalRepresentative: M.SuzanneHedden 171511thSt. Coralville,IA52241 A A LAWOFFICESOFTHOMAS D.WRIGHT,CHARTERED A ttorneysforPersonal Representative P.O.Box500309 Marathon,FL33050-0309 Telephone:(305)743-8118 FloridaBarNo.92163 E-MailAddress: courtney…keysclosings.com PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A d / 7481400 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FORMONROECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.12-CP-14-P INRE:ESTATEOF JOHNF.HISKO, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJOHNF.HISKO,deceased, whosedateofdeathwas January1,2012,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforMonroe County,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhich is88820OverseasHighway, PlantationKey,Florida33070. Thenamesandaddressesof thepersonalrepresentatives andthepersonal representativesattorneyare setforthbelow. A llcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredto beservedmustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHINTHE LATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. A llothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestatemust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHIN3MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. A LLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODS SETFORTHINSECTION 733.702OFTHEFLORIDA PROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH A BOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisMarch14,2012. PersonalRepresentatives: JosephF.Hisko 161OceanDrive Tavernier,FL33070 JohnFrederickHisko 811AnchorDrive ForkedRiver,NJ08731 A ttorneyforPersonal Representatives: PatriciaM.Silver,Esq. Fla.BarNo.198919 TheSilverLawGroup,P.A. P.O.Box710 Islamorada,FL33036 Telephone:(305)664-3363 PublishMarch14,21,2012 FloridaKeysKeynoter A A BUSYTACKLESHOP NEEDSFTEMPLOYEE. Mustbemulti-tasker,people person,w/computerskills. Fishingknowledgehelpful. A pplyinpersonMM79.8, Bud&Marysmarina. A A CARETAKERWANTED for homeinIslamorada. FT/PT,$10-$15perhour. Mustbereliable.Call John989-714-8979 CASHIER/DOCKHAND F/T.Drugtestrequired.Apply inpersonatPanchosFuel Dock,1280OceanviewAve, Marathonorcall743-2281 COOKWANTED $12/hr.to start.MustbeStateCertified. Mustread,write&understand English.Applyinpersonat A ngelosCountryStore,MM 74.5,LowerMatecumbe. A skforMoe.305-664-1071 DolphinResearchCenter has afull-timepositionin Visual Communicationsforastaff photographer. Thisjobisfor thepersonthatenjoysworking outdoorsaroundthewater, interactingwithpeopleand watchingdolphinsatplay.Mac orWindows-basedcomputer skillsarerequired.Graphicarts skillsandfamiliaritywithdigital photographyandvideography arerequired.Knowledgeof FinalCutProandAdobe CreativeSuitesoftwareare required.Benefitsinclude medicalinsurance,401(k), vacationandpaidholidays.Job descriptionavailableat www.dolphins.org .E-mail yourresumeto drc-hr…dolphins.org .EOE DRIVERSNEEDEDFOR MARATHONTAXISERVICE. Neatappearanceandmustbe reliable.305-879-8611 EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIANNEEDED Musthavegooddrivingrecord. Call(305)743-7855,Marathon A AHOUSEKEEPERS WANTED inIslamoradaon Saturdays.$15perhour. Call989-714-8979oremail j mcginn7500…live.com AAHOUSEKEEPERS WANTED inIslamoradaon Saturdays.$15perhour. Call989-714-8979oremail jmcginn7500…live.com

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Pleaseapplyinperson,behind HolidayInnExpress,Marathon EXPERIENCEDHELPONLY€BreakfastCook€PrepCook€LineCook€Host/Hostess€Waitstaff€Bartender€BusPerson€FrontofHouseManagers A pplyinperson: SunsetGrille&RawBar,7 KnightsKeyBlvd,Marathon. FrontDesk/Reservationist Condorental.Parttime/flexible. Musthaverentalexperience, computerskills,theabilityto multi-taskandbeorganized. ContinentalInn.Emailresume toadmin…marathonresort.com FULLTIMEBREAKFAST ANDLUNCHCOOKNEEDED Willingtotrain.Apply TheStuffedPig,Marathon. HOUSEKEEPING€FRONTDESK A pplyinperson,Mon-Fri, KeyWestInn,201OceanDr, KeyLargo. HOUSEKEEPING/ LIGHTMAINTENANCE ForsmallIslamoradaresort. Musthaveexperienceandreferences. (305)664-4136. IMMEDIATEHIRING€DiningRoomCaptains withknowledgeofwine€DinnerFoodRunners HIDEAWAYCAFECall Robertat289-1554between 10am-noonforappointment. NOWHIRING:SERVERS, BARTENDERS,HOSTS, EXPEDITORS. Ifyouare professional&personable, &treatyourcustomersasif theywereyourfriends,then applyinpersonatSundowners, MM104,Bayside.DFWP. PREP/LINECOOKS A pplyinperson,Burdines ChikiTikiBar&Grill,off15th St.,Marathon.743-5317 PT/FT,Wknds,Eves. Mustbe expdandcustomerfocused. Housekeeping€Security€Maintenance€Waitstaff A pply:FiestaKeyRVResort, MM70,LongKey;M-F,9a-3p RESORTHELP Immediateopening HOUSEKEEPING Marathon797-1707 RESTAURANTMANAGER neededinKeyLargoarea forhighlysuccessful RestaurantGroup.Mustbe willingtoworknight&wknds. Salarycommensuratew/exp. Faxresumeto305-453-9661 orEmail:ap…fkrm.com TAVERNIERDAIRYQUEEN Nowacceptingapplications foraManagermustbewilling toworknights,weekends,& holidays.Salary commensuratewithexp. Pleaseemailap…fkrm.com orfaxyourresumeto 305-453-9661. A A LookingforaLocal Business? Alsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A LookingforaLocalService? A lsosee TheFloridaKeysBusiness Directory ineveryissueofthe Keynoter! A A ALLAMERICANCOINS &CURRENCY Penniesto ALL largecurrency. PrivateCollectorPays TopDollar! (305)743-5780 PRIVATECOLLECTOR SEEKINGWOODCARVINGS BYCHRISDUBE ph561-324-9778 buffet49…bellsouth.net WANTED OLDORANTIQUEGUNS KeyLargoAnglersClub. CallBobJones,305-367-2382 ext.1131 A A MARATHONFRI&SAT,8-1 3/16&17.5208DogwoodDell, off52nd,Gulf.Antiques,collect ibles,fishing,divehookah, hunting,tools,clothes&more. TREASURES&TRASH Fridayonly,7:30-3.Bargains Galore.SomethingForAll! RainorShine. 419SombreroBeachRoad. Y ARDSALESAT3/17,8AM-? Houeholditems,furniture, fishing. 21MOCKINGBIRDRD, KEYLARGO A A SHIHTZUPUPPIES 2males,9weeksold.Vet checked,1stshots.Adorable! $400ea.941-822-4577 A A A ABRANDNEW!Stillinplastic! QnszBRset,hdbrd,dresser, mirror,nightstnd,qnszmatt boxsprgs$400forall.New whitedaybed&newmattress, $200forboth.520-3609015 AABRANDNEW!Stillinplastic! QnszBRset,hdbrd,dresser, mirror,nightstnd,qnszmatt boxsprgs$400forall.New whitedaybed&newmattress, $200forboth.520-3609015 FUTON Doublesize.Likenew.Black metalwithwashabletropical floralcover.$125. Call743-7024 A A NIKOND5000w/2Lenses (AF-SNikkorDX18-55mmVR &AF-SNikkor55-200mmVR), camerabag,charger,memory chip.$850/obo. 305-394-0477 PrivateCollectorWants RolexDivewatchesandPilot Watches.OldmodelMilitary clocks&watches. Call305-743-4578 USEDAPPLIANCES& FURNITURE Webuy&sell. ByarsUsedFurniture &Appliances,2771O/SHwy, Marathon.743-6506 2DELLLAPTOP COMPUTERS Bothworkgreat!$200each OBO.Call305-394-4347 A A BIGPINEKEY3BR,2BA partiallyfurnishedhome. NestledagainstNationalKey DeerRefuge.A/C,W/D,cable incl.$1600/mo.305-872-3612 BIGPINEKEYYearlyRental. Modern2BRcanalfronthome. DirectOceanaccessatendof canal.$1795 ‚ /moF/L/S. CallCurt,215-431-4931 MM106-4BR/2.5BA KeyLargo,PetsOK, Fencedbackyard. $2000permo.F/L/S. Call305-451-4502 MM68LAYTON 2BR/2BAoncanal. A nnuallease. $1400/mo.F/L/S Call305-394-3485 MM74LowerMatecumbe Upscale3/3house.Private setting,dockage&pool. A nnual.Nosmoking.F/L/S Furn.$3500305-481-0757 SUMMERLANDKEY2/2 grnd level,completelyrefurbished, cornerlot,onwaterw/dock, niceyard,storagebldg.$1600, F/L/S.Avl3/10.305-393-1415 A A ISLAMORADAMM82unfurn Efficiency. Clean,quiet location $780monthincludes utilites.Petconsidered.$1000 sec.Yearlease.970-846-5903 KCBGolfClubCondo ,unfurn 1/1,inbeautifulKeyColony Bch!BacksideofPar3golf course,walktobeach,restaurants&shopping.Upgraded kit/ba.$980/mo.315-523-1284 A AKCBTwinplx -2615thSt, 2BR,1BA.30dockw/davits. A lltileflrs,centrA/C,ht.W/D hkup. Reduced! $1350/mo,12 mo.lease.F/L/S419-239-1046 AAKCBTwinplx -2615thSt, 2BR,1BA.30dockw/davits. Alltileflrs,centrA/C,ht.W/D hkup. Reduced! $1350/mo,12 mo.lease.F/L/S419-239-1046 KEYLARGO1BR/1BA AFFORDABLEDUPLEX. Unfurnished,W/D. $750/mo. ‚ Sec.,Utilities included.305-240-4928 KEYLARGOMM100 1BR,furnishedapt.Lower level,oncanal. Shortorlong term. 305-942-9510,lvmsg. MARATHON1BR,1BA, GROUNDLEVELDUPLEX. A pprox.600sf.$1000/mo includesutilities.423-313-5731 or423-775-5731 MARATHON2BR,1BA, upperlevel,furnorunfurn. Wooddeck,niceyard,$1350/ moinclutil.F/L/S.Extraprkng. 423-313-5731;423-775-5731 MARATHON/COCOPLUM Onthewater!1BR,1-1/2BA condoatCocoPlumTerraces. Furn,dock,tennis,pool.$1000 mo/annually.732-233-5320 MARATHON Efficiency.Tiledfloors,big yard.$600/mo ‚ utilities. 305-797-9132 A A MARATHONSTUDIOAPT. Furnished.Water&electric included.Nopets.$900/mo F/L/S.743-0404 MARTAHONEFFICIENCY OceanIslesgatedcommty. Furn,onthewater!Clubhouse w/pool,N/S,nopets.$800/mo 386-308-4071;386-467-1966 MM97.8OCEANSIDE 1BR/1BA.APT.Unfurn. Quietlocation,$850/mo. F/L/S.Inclwater&cable. Call305-852-5866 30FTLIVEABOARDBOAT Nodrugs,noanimals.$500per month.Tradesomeorallrent forwork.Inquireat2525OverseasHwy,Marathon. A A AFFORDABLERATES Daily-Weekly-MonthlyLuxury VacationVillasKeyLargoto KeyWestCall305-853-5000 keyscaribbean.com A AGulfFrontMarathonHome 2BR/2BAgroundlevelwith greatsunsets.Furnished.Nice neighborhood,$3250/mo ‚ security.Monthlymin.Avail 4/1.Nopets.800-634-7653 AAGulfFrontMarathonHome 2BR/2BAgroundlevelwith greatsunsets.Furnished.Nice neighborhood,$3250/mo ‚ security.Monthlymin.Avail 4/1.Nopets.800-634-7653 KEYLARGOMM96. Ocean side.Directoceanaccess w/Oceanviews!Furn,3br,2ba/ 2br,2ba.Seasonalorannual. Call786-258-3127 MM96OCEANVIEWHOUSE 3BR/2BAw/Dock.Completely furnishedinside/outside,pool table,grill,W/D,A/C.Nosmkng A vail.now.954-444-2417 SecludedSolarPowered 2BR2BAHomeoncanal w/DockageLocatedonNo NameKeyMonthlyRates 561-736-0786 A A HeartOfMarathonOfficeorretail.1000sqft.Next toPublix,thenewWalgreens andmarina. 561-743-3745 MARATHONCommspace 2,450sqftofficeplusstorage. 180frontfootageonUS / 1. 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Doublewidemodular 3/2,possible2family.Excellent condition.$120,000.Possible financing.305-942-3055 A A MARATHON/COCOPLUM 1/1condo.Furnished,freshly renovated,boatslipavailable. $127,500.305-395-9690; dbeach…bluegrass.net A A CudjoeGardens/CudjoeKey Lotsforsale,80,on canal.Allpermits.Readyto build.$90,000. Willfinance. 305-942-3055 A A 13FT.BOSTONWHALER 1992SuperSportLimited Fiberglassinsert.40 Yamaha,fullcover,$5000. Call305-942-9555 15BOSTONWHALERRAGE JetDrive,withT-Top.Needs somemotorwork.Asis. Withtrailer.$2,200. 305-942-3055,MM99 21COBIA2009 CC,bimini,head,150HP Yamaha4stroke,lowhrs. 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Freetogoodhome!In BootKeyHarbor,Marathon. 305-393-6621.Hasallpapers. 34CRUSADERDELRIO 3208 -Likenewcommercial Lobster&StoneCrabboat.All electricequipment,readyto fish!$49,999.(305)735-4132 AHOYMOBILEMARINE Inboards,MercCruiser,Our Specialty!WeProfessionally ServiceAllOutboards.Master CertifiedTech.305-394-4347 CarolinaSkiffSpecialists All sizes&models:SeaChasers, Benningtonpontoons&Hydrasports.CallFt.MyersforWest Coastpricing!800-955-7543 A A 30  GRAMPIANSAILBOAT Excellentcondition,great liveaboard. Reduced!$4,000. Seeat2525OverseasHwy, Marathon. A A BEAUTIFULWETSLIPMM50 Gulfside,Marathon Deepwateraccess&canal $250/mo.Noliveaboards. Waterincluded.305-923-3156 BOATSLIPFORRENT MM99OCEANSIDE $10ft.Upto40ft. Noliveaboards.Water& Electric.(305)942-3055 BOATSTORAGEIN MARATHON -wet&dryslips availimmed.40&50wetslips also36dryrackinsidestorage. 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Licensed&Bonded.Allpermits guaranteedvalidfortransfer, manyrefsavail.JohnPottsJr. 321-784-5982,321-302-3630 www.shipsusa.com AAAlltypesofpermitsforsale!! RockShrimp,KingFish,S AtlanticSnapper,Grouper,Gulf 6Packreef&pelagic, CommercialGulfReefFish, GulfSnapperIFQs,LongLine Pkg.Manyotherpermitsavail. Webuy,sell&brokeralltypes ofpermits.Callbeforeyoubuy orsell!Pleasecallforprices. Licensed&Bonded.Allpermits guaranteedvalidfortransfer, manyrefsavail.JohnPottsJr. 321-784-5982,321-302-3630 www.shipsusa.com BALLYHOOLICENSEFOR SALEORLEASE Subjecttooffer.CallNathan Webberat773-266-1073 LOBSTERCERTS540  A  $110ea.305-664-1286 MTHN-MarineStorage :boats, trailers,campers,anyclean storageOKonwheels.Best ratesintown.Checkwithus first!CallEmil,731-3386 A A Autoswanted.Allyears. Junk-Used.Car-Van-Truck. Runornot.Cashordonatefor taxwriteoff.305-332-0483 ParadiseTowingisbuyingjunkedcars. Call(305)731-6540 2008DODGERAM 1500QuadCab. 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